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Dolton Pointer (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Dolton, Illinois Press conference with gov. Ogilvie Riverdale Park dist. Will hold halloween party Riverdale Park District will hold a halloween party Friday oct. 27 at the Community Center 137th and Eggleston. All individuals must be dressed in halloween costumes. Prizes will be awarded for the most original costume. Thiere will also be games and refreshments. The party will be held in three groups. Children from 2-7 yrs., 6 . To 7 . 8-13 yrs., 7 15 . To 8 30 . 14-18 yrs., 8 45 . To 10 30 . There will be a band for dancing for the 14-18 or. Olds. Do Tom a a advertising Cinter a a Jim i i�4 ration 849-9000 65th year 48th Issue 15c per copy sunday october 22,1972 55c monthly by Carrier 28 pages in two sections Between Dolton food Chain Settle late night lighting hassle ecology reports the firs snowman Hie first snowman of the season appeared wednesday morning after the Weatherman a predictions of Light Snow flurries turned into an Early Winter scene. And while the adults were bemoaning the october Snow the children were delighted. Here Kristin Kobe seven and Nanette Steffensmeier eight pile More Snow atop this new born Winter creation. Ten students gave reports on what they had Learned at the summer conservation ecology and environmental schools they attended. The Calumet Region chapter of the Izaak Walton league had standing room Only at its october conservation meeting. Four of the in students featured were seated Barb Jansma and Theresa Dowell standing Ken Chura and Ralph of Meany. These students told about fish game soil water Forest Mineral resources and environment population problems. Anyone interested in the 1973 ecology workshop is asked to Call or. Arnold Houser conservation chairman at 331-0114. Of the circuit court in accordance with the request of attorneys for both sides who had asked for time to work out some Mutual agreement. Village prosecutor Chester Stasack said he was satisfied that an amicable agreement had been reached and would petition for a dismissal of the suit. Residents said they would be satisfied with the Light Shields As Long As the Glare was eliminated. Revenue sharing seminar the Village of Dolton will be represented at an All Day seminar on Revenue sharing set for oct. 31 at the of Hare Holiday inn trustee Wes Lane Village attorney David Dillner and Community relations director skip Sullivan will attend the seminar. Mayor Mackay who had gone on record in support of Revenue sharing Long before it became Law has written to top government officials urging their continued support of that legislation. Special education teachers attend annual convention Phe Illinois Council for exceptional children will hold its annual convention it. 26-28 at the Hyatt House Chicago. The i Csc is the professional organization for All special education teachers. Chapter 377 is the local membership group for South suburban teachers. Chapter 377 president Bernard Dowling of school District 149, will attend the convention As an official Delegate. Many teachers and administrators from the South suburban area will attend the convention teachers a ire participating in Small group meetings in areas of interest. A a behaviour modification techniques that work effective procedures used by classroom teachers will be presented by Tranziska Naughton education supervisor. Echo special education cooperative South Holland. Program will include Pat Slack and Bonnie Voorhees special education teachers from the Anna Mcdonald school Manhattan Sherry Hook and Barbara Mccutcheon teachers at Western Avenue school Flossmoor Mary Ellen Mauro learning disabilities teacher. District 148, and Mary Kelly learning disabilities teacher. District 161. A program describing procedures for establishing programs for children with la Havior disorders features Kenneth Kutlik director of special education Dolton is. Barbara Bain teacher at Washington school Riverdale. I Irry Mudron principal Westwood elementary school. Park Forest school District 163, mrs. Pat Segnor social worker Park Forest school District 163, and is. Mary cd Rede Parks school psychologist Dolton. This program will be moderated by is. Franziska Naughton Echo. Ice chapter 377 meets monthly at Hillcrest High school. Meetings feature speakers of particular interest to special educators. Those interested in More information May Call is. Fran Peterson membership chairman at 532-5500. Police urge caution for trick or Treater Dolton with the annual Observance of halloween coming this tuesday the Village Board is asking All parents of children who will be out on the streets to a trick or treat to observe the suggestions and recommendations of tile Dolton police department. Acting chief Pat Manning prepared a written list of these suggestions after Many complaints were received by the police department last year injury and illness were caused by malicious donors who put foreign objects into if children remain close to their own Homes within one or two blocks where All the youngsters probably know the residents and Are known to them it will help to keep such incidents Down. Police ask parents to take every precaution in safeguarding them. Parents Are asked to cooperate in restricting the age limit of tricksters to 12 and under. They also Are asked to accompany children b Larni a a Amin a in confining children to neighbourhood areas and cautioning them not to eat their treats until they return Home is also recommended. People Are asked to turn on porch lights if they have treats for children motorists Are asked to travel with extreme caution in areas where children might be crossing streets excited and hurrying to their next Call. The announced time for trick or treating is from 6 . To 8 . On tuesday evening get. 31 Only. Dolton mayor Norman Mackay announced tuesday night that a satisfactory settlement had been reached on the late night lighting problem at the jewel food store on 144th St. The agreement was reached after an executive session Between Village trustees and eight representatives of the jewel Osco Chain during the regular oct. 17 Board meeting at the Village Hall. Review the goodies their youngsters bring Home ii fore the foods Are consumed. Acc players to present la Mancha the Thornton Community College players will present the musical a Man of la Mancha Quot on oct. 26-29 at 8 15 . In building 21 on the interim Campus 50 w. 162nd St. The production will employ a thrust stage with the audience on three sides of the stage a first for the College theater. Tod Booth Dolton director of the play said that the acc players will use the same Armor worn in the Broadway production the new stage design has taken several weeks to build and includes a stairway that can be raised or lowered into the Dungeon. The set represents the catacombs of a Spanish prison a 14-piece orchestra will be accompanying the cast of the musical. The orchestra is under the direction of Donald Kramer. Tickets go on Sale oct. 23 from i to 5 in building 21 for $1.75 tickets May also to ordered by mail addressed to a men of la Manchau Thornton Community College. 50 Vav. 162nd St., South Holland jewel representatives said it was a matter of interpretation of the agreement the controversy began when nearby residents objected to the lights being on so late. I the Village contended the jewel was in violation of the ordinance and a suit was filed several months ago but postponed twice at the request of attorneys Early in october judge Thomas Walsh set dec. 12 for a hearing in the Harvey Branch set adult theology courses the Center for adult learning will sponsor an adult religious education series in cooperation with Elizalu the Seton High school. 159th Ami the Calumet expressway. Series consists of four Distant courses and is scheduled to begin tuesday let. 24, from 8 to series runs for seven consecutive weeks. Registration is $10 per person or $15 per couple. Preregistration is required to Register or for further information Contact the Center for adult learning 1025 Vav Fry St. Chicago at 243-3700 breakthrough for Billy the camera glimpses one of the Many new retarded children he has shown considerable breakthroughs in the life of five year old Billy improvement. The school is one of the numerous Vonthaden As he and therapist Linda Olson human care agencies supported by the share a warm moment. Billy is mentally metropolitan crusade of mercy. Billy and mrs. Retarded but in one Short year As a student at Olson Are featured in the crusaders Campaign Southeast school of the Chicago association for movie for 1972. Children to get halloween a loot bags from Jaycees representatives of the food Chain have agreed that the parking lot lights will be shielded to eliminate the Glare to nearby neighbors and the Village will Amend their ordinance eliminating the stipulation that the lights be extinguished after la . The Village ordinance adopted at the time of the rezoning for the food store did not provide for the lights to be on at such a late hour. Since that time the policy of the jewel changed to open until Midnight and Village officials contend that the store did not apply to extend their night lighting hours. School children in this area will again receive the brightly coloured halloween loot bags with safety reflective labels As a result of the Dolton Riverdale Jaycees halloween safety program. The bags were purchased by the profits of Jaycee sponsored projects such As the Coupon Book and the recent oktoberfest and will lie distributed free to the students through their schools. The purpose of this project is to provide children with some margin of safety while crossing the streets during the evening hours on halloween. A we believe that the children will be More easily seen because of the reflective labels applied to the bags children on halloween night have a tendency to hurriedly Cross streets As they run from House to House the loot flags Are very colourful and i am sure the kids will be excited just to receive them said Jerry Flaherty the committee chairman. The Jaycees endorse the Dolton and Riverdale mayors in their proposed curfew for october 31st. We feel As they do the hours on halloween night will provide our children with sufficient time to enjoy this Holiday. As part of the halloween safety program the Jaycees ask residents to Light their porches and driveways so the children May see More easily. It is also recommended that the parents of the youngsters trick or treating

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