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Harvey Tribune (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Harvey, Illinois Or. College brochure lists adult evening classes distribution of the Thornton Junior College adult education brochure begins this week in preparation for registration which will take place september 5, 6 and 7 from 7 to 9 . The brochure besides being mailed to approximately 14,000 former and prospective adult education students is included As a supplement in Home delivered and newsstand editions of the Harvey Markham and South Holland Tribune. The adult education department of the Junior College has been expanded this year to include High school credit and special interest courses for All residents of the Junior College District. As the result of recent annexations the District includes All of Thornton township High school District 205, Bremen District 228 and Thornton fractional District 215. High school credit and special interest courses will be held at Bremen Tinley Park and Hillcrest High schools in Bremen township Thornton and Thor Ridge in District 205 and Thornton fractional North and South in District 215. Registration for High school courses will be held in the Thornton township High school cafeteria 150th Street and Broadway Avenue Harvey. Mailed registrations will be received until August 30. Tuition fees in Junior College credit classes will be $6 per semester hour for residents of District 510. This will mean a substantial reduction for Bremen and Thornton fractional residents who formerly paid out of District fees. Annexation of the two districts made resident tuition available for the first time. Non resident tuition fees will be $18 per semester hour and out of state students pay $30 a semester hour. A a total of 89 Junior College courses Are offered in the evenings at four attendance centers. In addition to classes at Thornton to courses will be offered at Thor Ridge High school five at Bremen and five at Thornton fractional South. The University of Illinois will offer five Extension classes through the Junior College four to be held at the Thronton building in Harvey and one at Thor Ridge. University of Illinois tuition fees will apply the general educational development review ged course will be offered at three schools. This class is for adults who have not completed their High school requirements and would like to prepare to take the general educational development test. Application for the test must be made with the office of the county superintendent of schools in the civic Center building in Chicago. Upon the satisfactory passing of the test a High school equivalency certificate is issued by the county superintendent. The class will cover a review of English science mathematics and the Constitution of the state of Illinois and the Federal government. Tuition is $25. Ged review classes will be held monday and wednesday at Thornton township High school and on tuesday and thursday at Bremen High school 15203 Crawford Midlothian and at continued on Page 2 vol. 77�?no. 67 phone de 3-0564 published sunday and thursday at Harvey Illinois at four hour session bist. 147 Board discusses tax referendum discussion of school District 147�?Ts tax referendum slated for september 23 two school property a goofs and the requests of three teachers for release from their contracts took up most of the four hour Board meeting held monday night. Meanwhile a custodial Union to the District because of the i agreement expected by repro difficulty in securing a new sedatives of local 93 District teacher a the letter advised the Council 19 of american federa teacher of the terms of the Tion of state county and my contract and indicated the Dif Nic pal employees to be a Fultes involved because of the proved by the Board at the late resignation meeting was carried Over to Board attorney Anthony Seaman adjourn Al meeting slated for Ano sported on property a in tomorrow. The Middle of Mckinley ele Board members who were Centary school playground a presented with their copies of which had been purchased in the revised labor agreement 1965 on a delinquent tax Sale during last mondays meeting. Because of some error the tax Felt the need for time to study exemptions had apparently not the revisions. Union members been applied for and Scariano who were present at the meet advised the Board that paving indicated they had the of ment in the approximate por Tummy to read the revised amount of $350 for the tax re copy and they were ready to demotion would be less expend sign the agreement she to the District than taking the matter through court. The a to referendum ask Board unanimously approved tw0vhildren Here thursday. My for a 2 cent increase in his recommendation. Or re i Ioco the educational tax rate for the mrs. Lorraine Rogers 14822 Page Avenue. School District has been slated another recommendation. I thursday afternoon at Cook county Hospital of Burns by Wye Board for saturday made by Scariano regarding a i be suffered Early that morning september 23. This would raise Jot adjacent to Rich school be when she apparently fell asleep was notified of the incident at the present educational rate Leved owned by the school Dis a living room chair while his place of employment and strict was approved smoking a cigarette. Accompanied his wife to the the property located about her w0 chd Dre Quot a Quot a lh4v he Pital Warchol Phat re Molder six inches from the Kich school and Darr. 2. Were in the fire marshal Muai Mulder Hal Rtin is not owned he Tho apartment when the fire Start said Friday that a preliminary in increased Revenue the Dis. Fth Kroner tvs owned hut were removed from a investigation by his department let would realize if the refer erg a Rice d bedroom w window by neighbors indicated that the fire original Harvey Tribune second class postage paid at Harvey Illinois 60426, and at additional mailing offices. Publication and business offices at 15330 Center Avenue Harvey Illinois 60426 10c per copy. This Issue 24 pages with supplements sunday August 20. 1967 77th year of publication sixth this year woman Dies from injuries suffered in fire thursday neighbors save her 2 children fire claimed the life of a 20-year old Mother of from $1.21 to $1 42. A statement issued to Board members by District superintendent John Krumeich stated the Brendum is passed would be $97. He school District has Dames Cobb 14832 Page ave de in the living room chair and 636. Since 1964-65 school year the District has beetles to Borjo a value of r000 on Row a total of $565,000 for the educational fund and $70,000 for the building fund further discussion on precinct boundaries methods of explaining the District tax problems to taxpayers and tile appointment of a steering committee will be items on the Agenda at tomorrow s meeting. Reading the requests from three District teachers for release from their contracts Bro Memic teachers received a a threatening a letter from the assistant administrator it Dean Poling Hud the property appraised and. It a a a Quot �?zku8ers. A a a a cigarette f k j up brother in Law of the victim. He said that the fire was who lived upstairs. I not severe but that the apart of a a 11, a. Orient was full of deadly smoke Scariano recommended the another upstairs resident. Men arrived tie fire District allocate the sum of Frank Craig told police offi marshal estimated the damage $200 for court fees to continue cers that he was awakened by to Tho apartment at less than condemnation proceedings his wife who told him that she Gnu smelled smoke or. And mrs j a the lot the in other action the Board Craig called the fire depart-1 Harvey this year approved a recommendation to ment and then alerted other am a sex deaths have been caused directly or indirectly by careless smoking habits. And then alerted other advertise for bids for trans residents in the two Story apart por tation of special education ment building students in the District. The Craig and Rogers said they single bid from Harvey a a saw flames coming from Marti. Off it commends1 from Board company of $1 20 Stu a tilt Rogers first floor apartment t i i v Dav was held Over until when Thev ran outside both Myers As to Why one of the. A i fwd a the a. A Biz a announce District 147 schedule the bids Are opened at the a men opened windows and threw gust 21 meeting water on the fire until fire a recommendation by the trucks arrived superintendent that mrs. Ander a firemen received the Call of son be assigned to a supervised fire at 2 29 , and two my principal position at Gar engine companies and the lad Field school with Poling As con Der company responded. When school District 147 has announce Cain Dale Elenteny and Mer sultans was passed by a 5 to firemen arrived at the scene de the following schedule for cedes Goodwin. Requests were j vote of Board members most 0f the fire had been sex school openings Board member Sylvester we to anguished firemen found mrs. I All pupils except Kindergan asking release from their contracts were Ocevia my the superintendents office of Thornton band awarded hams who cast the dissenting Rogers King on the floor near ten students will Lepoint Foi f hit James Davis vote voiced his opinion tint a a a in the troll room registration 101 s i Ropley aah Crim granted by unanimous approval of the Board. Board member stated he Felt it unnecessary to full time principal be appoint-1 a a Quot a Quot tember 6, at 8 50 . School Send a letter to mrs. Mccain de at this time. A i feel the suf was rushed to Ingalls Tju be in session the first Day and asked that the letter be children Are being memorial Hospital by ambulance until 10 30 kindergarten read at the meeting. Krumeich Williams stated a i think every and was later transferred to the pupils will report for the first explained that resignations of school should have an adminis intensive Burn unit at the coun time thursday september 7. Ter july i Are a detrimental Trator doors open september 5 to Hospital her husband David. Pupils entering school for the the direction off rank Derrick leaders of the jazzmen first time must present birth1 jr., noted professional Musi certificates and completed Phy Dan has again brought state in Calls rail plan meeting the general solicitor of the Illinois Central Railroad John w. Foster has called for a meeting August 24. Representatives of South suburban communities and state legislators with officials of the Railroad will discuss Progress that has been made toward the formation of a South suburban mass transit authority. The South suburban transit authority which was made possible by the recent passage of a Bill by the Illinois general Assembly allowing suburbs to set up their own transit Dis a tricks Hopes to provide double my decked conditioned Cornic ? Muter cars for the Railroad by obtaining two thirds of the Money needed for the equipment from the government and then leasing the cars to the Illinois Central. The remaining amount would be raised by the issuance Frank Derrick jr., left noted professional musician and director of the Thorto Neer jazz band Bonds by the transit District. Looks on with Pride As the beaming co leaders of the band. C Harles Kasha and Frank Derrick Iii j supporters of the plan contend the director compos item Arranger s son hold the governors trophy awarded to the group for the Liat a be rental monies would r b r pay off the Bonds and that no taxes would be levied. A referendum would be necessary in any event to use tax Money for the transit District. Tile 70 new cars proposed for Purchase by the District would replace the 40-year-old equipment now being used. The Illinois Central has indicated that it is possible to use the double by Rick Willis directors son Drums and per moved to Reed instruments j decked commuter cars in the Thornton High schools jazz Cussion. Charles Kasha and i saxophone clarinet Etc. His Randolph Street station band the Thornto neers under Frank Derrick Iii Are both co main instrument now is Alto those invited to the meeting saxophone. \ Are second consecutive year in the annual stage band contest in Springfield last week. Back to school info for children in District 151 Sical and dental examination forms at the time of registration. All pupils entering the fifth Grade Are required to present newly completed physical and dental examination forms. In District Isi schools open the 1967-68 school term tuesday september 5, for pupils in grades one through eight Book rental fees for the various grades Are As follows kindergarten $2.50 first Grade. Will years old on or before Deceron in addition to or Charles second Grade $6.25 third Ber i 1967 and first graders Watts who replaced retiring Grade. $6.25 fourth Grade $7.25 must be six years old before George Kingsland As super that Date. Pendent of schools. July i two parents Are requested to pay new principals have been pm hours on the first Day of their children a textbook fees played Hugh Crarey at Cool school will be from 9 to 11 30 of $8 per child at the school Edge school and Richard Ain. Every Day thereafter will the children will attend on Schmidt at Madison school. Be a full Day from 9 . To wednesday August 30, from 9 Crarey. A resident of Chicago noon and from i to 3 30 . A m. To 3 . Fat volunteers has taught most recently in kindergarten will Start will be stationed in the school Chicago Heights. Wednesday september 6, and children will attend the morning or afternoon session to which they have been assigned. Parents of kindergarten children will be notified later about attendance schedules. A bus service schedules for payment. Taft school will be the same As j they were last year unless Noti a pre school newsletter boat Ion is made. Direct com has been mailed to parents Mun cation is planned with Par whose children were enrolled in ends of children scheduled to tile District last year. Inform attend special education Tion about the opening of school fifth Grade $7.25 sixth Grade $7.25 seventh Grade $9.50 and eighth Grade $9.50. Crash kills Harvey girl wide Honor to the school the 18-piece aggregation retained its championship in the annual stage band contest at Springfield As the band was awarded the governors trophy last week for the second consecutive year. The jazzmen who Are also members of the regular Thornton marching and concert band scored within two Points of being absolutely perfect in every phase of the musical contest. Derrick said the Bondsmen competed against 18 other bands vying for the coveted trophy. Derrick was a member of the Young Derrick is also a j Duke Ellington band for two 1967 Thornton graduate and plans to attend Mcgill univer Kenneth Clark Village years and later played with the president of Richton Park b Earl fatha Hines band. In and Cunnigham prudent it sity in Montreal where he will edition to arranging composition Park Forest Vav c. Edmisten also major in music. Another j for the Thornto neers and work-111. A re a h Olympia Thornto Neer lost to graduation i eng with the High school group. Lems a a a Ferys this year is trombone player he is a member of won staff of res Dent of Diteso a a member Donner is band that Gardner mayor of Markham Andrew Mccutcheon of after playing the required was recently a guest on the p i l i three numbers for Competition. Mike Douglas show in Muske Riverdale w. T a Anar Lithe Thornto neers were asked to g0n, mich., and has a band of Lage president of Homewood play other numbers to satisfy j his own the Frank Derrick or Ralph , president the enthusiasm displayed by Chestra which makes frequent 2,f. Rast Hazel rest a aunn0 the jazz Loving audience. The i engagements. Richton mayor of Chicago Richton Heights w. Of Robert selections played were a a Sion. Derrick s wife is the former Mavor 0f Flossmoor Pye a a i should care. I resistant hand Leader of Doy Rossmoor a the a Pale blues 1 rain esi mayor of Harvey and Riggs James and a in a Mellow tone Sable High school. Chicago. Gymnasiums to accept payment a traffic Accident last sunday Iii currency or by Check of other school principal afternoon claimed the life of a payment is by Check Only one assignments for 1967-68 Are mrs. Vacationing Harvey Ite in Scotts is necessary for a1 the school Audrey Byrd at Kennedy Hen Boro ala., it was Learned Fri children in a family. Personal by f Ord at Roosevelt Eugene Day. Checks should be made out to Hamilton at Eisenhower and school District 151. A receipt Dale Kewitz at Taft. Princi will be issued at the time of pals officially begin work a the victim was Janice Fay Henshaw 14, daughter of or. And mrs. Lois Henshaw of 14532 gust 21 with All school offices Halsted. The Henshaw family opening August 22. Had just begun a two week a to Complete the roster of j cation saturday when their new personnel a total of 22 daughter was killed in a head classes. Children who will be attending District 151 schools for the first time should be pre registered. School offices will be open from tuesday August 22, from 9 . To 3 30 . Birth certificates should be presented for children entering kindergarten or first Grade. Kindergarten children must be five has been outlined in detail. Additional copies of the newsletter May be received at the District Isi administrative office at 1025 East 162nd Street South Holland or at any of the school offices starting August 22. New teachers and principals along with other personnel changes Herald the opening of school doors. Teachers who Are new to District 151 will begin their orientation and preparation work on August 28. Of the 22 new teachers la had previous teaching experience whereas la will be entering the classroom on a full time basis for the first time. A few teacher vacancies still exist and anyone interested in applying is urged to Call James Mcgovern assistant superintendent at 339-1516. On collision according to a re Active. Reports say the vehicle in which the girl died instantly was travelling West on Highway 72 near Scottsboro when it collided with an East bound vehicle. Two other persons both from Scottsboro were reported killed in the Accident. Miss Henshaw was buried in Scottsboro tuesday. Besides the girls parents she is survived by a sister Bonnie Lou la. The of r. M. Wilkins Village president a jul trained at the Chicago music h i rest numbers were All arranged by part Nipoa Alen he k nov a my a Aan Findt i in Al Honor was director Derrick or judges a it \ from the general Assembly an individual Nonor was ii Rector in Ruth or Mages Sec a instruments teacher. The Niin Winfry Hnyp a pin asked bestowed upon one member of for the contest were from the.,.tou owing Navy been asked the group when string Bass staff of Down beat Magazine. A former school Board Mem to attend senators Frank m. Player Darryn Neil was award band director Derrick a Naber in District 152. Harvey. Mrs. Catinga Arthur r. Gottschalk de a scholarship to the one live chicagoan who has led the Der Nick c a lows the a and Terrel e. Clarke and rep week jazz clinic at Indiana uni Thornto neers to their wealth of jh00&Quot a Quot a resent Tives Ralph a Beezhold verify in Bloomington. Lad. For i Honor has a portfolio that runs Harr Ita a or Down a tip mph excellent the Gamut from study at the pan Lynhart a Jhn t a k r a Quot 7 Neil. Hie son of or. And mrs. Chicago music College to work their recent Tnp t0 i Scariano George m Burditt Earmer Neil 16241 South Wol ing for some of the top named pin Moore and Leland h. Cott Markham is a 1967 Grade bands in the nation. I u a i Kayson ate of Thornton High school. I a in teaching music he plans to attend Jamestown he is a member of the col Thiago born musician was a pc a member of the Walter Dyett it to la cd 5 University at Jamestown . Beginning in september where he will major in music. Other members of the band Gary Gonlag Eugene Are Graddy Larry Hasemann Dennis Luehrs and Charles Kasha Umbria broadcasting company lbs where he is assigned to the broadcast studio and works on musical promotions for the network. Band. Dyett who. Prior to form # ing his own band was director incl Tilto of the disable High school111 1 band. He can boast of such Charles Ripplinger son of or. Past students As Dorothy Doni-1 and mrs. Edwin Ripplinger the first instrument the 8an Rennie Green and Gene 319 East 147th place Harvey All members of the trumpet band Leader played according Anions. Who graduated from Northern Section Jeff Sachs Joe Abbott Jim Sullivan and Andrew Mccutcheon trombone players Gary Kosek Ozella Wooley Dave Allen de Pajor and Charles Gomez saxophonists. Also Eddie Beard piano Frank Derrick Iii who is the is to his wife mrs. Geraldene Derrick who will instruct an Illinois University in june Derrick was the violin. A the j adult evening music class at j studying German at the Metil played the violin when he was nine years old a mrs. Derrick herself a music teacher said. A i guess that where he got his ear for other instruments a she commented. From violin he Thornton Junior College this j Institute in Schwabish Hall fall said the Thornto neers Are j West Germany. Planning to enter the Springfield Competition again next year. The derricks reside at 16125 Marshfield Harvey. The Institute specializes in intensive language training for foreigners who wish to obtain a fluent knowledge of German

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