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Park Forest South Star (Newspaper) - February 27, 1972, Park Forest, Illinois The Star a-2 sunday february 27, 1972 list Honor Roll for Blackhawk students earning Honor Roll status for their subject Marks at Blackhawk Junior High school Are april Anderson Victoria f Alk Kim Jones Joseph Macy Alicia Moore Rudy Ptak Daniel Roches Mitchell Sander. Teresa Schmittgens David Stratton Drew Williams Nancy Frutko Cathy Gusick. Jeff May Michelle Morehead Donna Schilling Mike Solo John Turner Lois Unger Reuben Vallejo Greg Wada. Gale Ellison Mike Kadisak Michelle Mellett Ellen Schroer Scott Segner. Cathy Sorrels Leonard Busch. Bart Dapkus. Shannon Freedman Neil Michaels Frank Thomas. Ernest Wissig Mike Fisher Daniel Kulakofsky. Paul , David Palfenier. Jerry Sieradzki Tom Stokes Dick Warren Thomas Zutaut Hall Shelley Lievin Siobhan Loftus Mary Mcdonnell Kathryn Napier Donna Rae Susan Retzlaff. Lynne schuster Pamela Stark Lisa Tassio Janice Wolf Torey Arnold Lisa Bixenman Sharon Christensen Montserrat Farriols Sharon Foster Jean Horvath. Kathleen Mccabe Beth Mamma Kim Poyer Holly Roberts Mary Saalman Melanie Spirn Margarita Stapleton Susan Walsh Sam Billups. Mary Gander Steve Todd Susan Sharpe. Steven Anderson Robert Carreras Linda Rawnicki Pamela Townsend Chuck Barr Robert Hammon Randy Reed Karen Weicker David Allen John Bragg Dave Broman eve Brotman Bill Carreras Jim Cartwright Mike Cherry Susan Christensen sue Collins Amy Fara Baugh. Paul filipak Erin Freedman Joel Friedman. Brian Garhammer Richard Haig Kevin Hauge Dong Hille stad David Hunter Gordon Jackson Chris Jones Chris Kakavas Morris Kharasch Linda Mackley Mary Mas Troianni Conan Mcdonald Bret Meyer Tyrone Minard Michael Morehead Barry new stat Janice 0 i it eary John Parker. Mary Perkins Juli pie sue Pohlhammer. Stuart Reynolds Jeff ribbons. Tom Giggle Nancy Rosenberg Steve Saliba Dan Schmittgens Gwynne Shapiro Kevin Shillington Carne Sorrels Mike Stokes Anna Sullivan Val Tedder Mike Tierney Mindy Trefz Anne utes Mary Jean Vuco Libby White Paul Wollam. Vicki Devitt i Aura Fern Way Kim Heath Michele Johnson Ken Kochman Mary Ann Mahin Stephanie Martin Betsy Masterson Vicki of Neill Mark Seipler Becky Sims Beth Stapleton Pat Towner Steve Wagner Cynthia Pudwell Bruce Stephen. Jeff Sutliff Scott Wheeler Robert Campbell Dave Swinn Garth lne Chris Laughlin Richard Manns Tom Mcdonnell Warren Stroud. Mary Ann Brennan Mike Burns Kathy Doorley Debbie Holt Joyce Humbert Tammie manifold and Brian Lanenga. Two More enter vote modernize water Bills by computer process new computerized procedure for water Billing is explained to Park Forest Village manager Hobart Pierce left William Tollef son director of administration and mrs. Bess Kagami of the water department by Michael Kulakofsky president of data for manage ment decisions company in Richton Park. The new system is intended to simplify the payment method for residents and provide added efficiency for the water department. Star photo second Quarter honors listed for Rich East the second Quarter Honor Roll at Rich East High school has been released. Frogman Honor students Ore pout Bibik. Deborah a Roffat Judy bother Patricia Bement. Dawn Betts. Taro Bhatia Nancy Breeh. Jet Fry both. Charlotte Brenne Maureen Brewer. Nancy Brownfield Katherine Bryant Theresa Busch. Bottina Davey. Karen Decker. Erie Dennen. Violet Dobber Kathleen Eman Daniel Fowel Mary Furman Gloria Gillespie. Cynthia Good Paster Steven Grady. Mary Green mar Larrt Gusich. Aleecia Harrison Laura Hla Var Donna Hobbs. Jill Hickey. Diane Husa. Amelia Jmst. David Kulakofsky Jacqueline Lemon Gideon Mark. Andre Meeden Judy Mitchell. Tracy Norris. Karen o Sullivan Amy Powell Frances pad key Donna Salami Nanty shift Ste yen Spayer. Hildy Stegmier. Mara us Thor Kathleen Tinq Vlaar. Dana Upshaw. Gina Wardynski. James White and Grant Williams on the Sophomore list Are John ado rant. Jeffrey badder. Paula bar toot Christine Bekemeier Michael berber. Marina Bertelli lots Beth my lame Brandt Marcia Brown John Ciompi Jerri Cohen Constance Conroy Todd Dickerson Randall Dobber Nancy pm Man Zeynab Ertan Susan Fensch Judi foes. Michael pram Joel Garbow Hugo Garcia. Michael Gaydar. Alan Gold Kenneth hair loom As Hamilton Nancy Helmich Laura Hen Inq Jill Hoel Mark Amy Hunt Robert Jensen. Juba Johnson us Tanner Kart Andrea Ledr Romr Kevin May up Josh Mark David meteor Robert Meyer. Thomas Miler Holly Norman Victoria Oberheim William Patsko. Christine Schmidt Marqaret sillier. Dousias Smith Wayne Stark Nan Stem Auer. Lynn Steinhauser. Lynn Stephen George Suca Doris Waqner David Way Janet Wicks Mark Wiedelman Robert we her. Judith wont Karen Wolfson Maureen Wolke and Phillip Wollenhaupt juniors earning Honor Roll status Are Paula Anderson Karen att. Erie Bach Tell Robert Barry. Diane Baxter. Linda Bedrosian Steve Bour. Shelley Braska. Betsy Braun Sheila Brown Scott Bryant Theresa Carnes Barry Chester. Susan Coe David Davis Jamie Edwards Nancy Emmel. Cathy Etzkorn Deborah Freudenberg. Howard garb. Janet Gebhardt Gail Geddins. Kathleen Gibson. Paul Gray. Catherine Gunderson Malone haul a. Patricia he labor studies program approved for College Illinois first Junior College labor studies program was approved thursday night by the Prairie state College Board of trustees the proposed curriculum developed in co operation with an advisory committee of labor leaders will be offered next september if the course offerings Are approved by the Illinois Junior College Board. Students May concentrate entirely on the labor curriculum for one year of full time study to receive a certificate in labor studies. Or they May Complete a two year 60-hour curriculum including general studies and receive an associate degree. Specialized labor courses to be offered include Union leadership collective bargaining mediation and arbitration Union organization and Structure function labor and politics labor Law labor management problems Industrial and labor management relations and Trade unionism. In presenting the program. Nebo Petersanti. Dean of occupational services said that the Illinois Board of higher education and the Illinois Junior College Board have placed a High priority on education in the area of Lahore Inan gement relations. The curriculum has been developed in co operation with the Chicago Circle Campus of the University of Illinois which has a four year program in the Field. The College has been working for five months with an advisory committee of labor leaders to sketch out the goals and Content of the curriculum. Members of the advisory committee include Lawrence Keller United steelworkers of America chairman Thomas Beagle International brotherhood of electrical workers Frank Bryant brotherhood of painters decorators and paperhangers of America Peter Calacci Lake Porter counties Central i Bor Union. Elaine Chisolm Illinois federation of teachers Francis Hurlbut United Auto workers i. Janusik carpenters local 272 Stanley Johnson Illinois Al Cio Helmuth Kern. Amalgamated meat cutters Wallace Massey. Chemical Union Thomas Nayder Chicago building trades Council. Helga Nisbet communications workers of America Samuel e. Perish United steel workers of America Dominick Pleschia textile workers Union of America Stanley Rosen Chicago labor education program. University of Illinois and Albert towers Chicago Al Cio. Robert Voss United Auto workers Richard Willett. Teamsters Union Charles William International association of machinists Addie Wyatt packing House division of amalgamated meat cutters and Anne Zimmerman Illinois nurses association. Prairie state College staff members on the committee include Roger Atz chairman business department n. Franklin Hurt Dean of continuing education Petersanti Larry Prouty director of the mental health aides program and Raymond Stark director of business and office occupations. Filing ends for Crete petitions assessment gripes after a first Dav flurry of school Board political activity wednesday during which More than 30 persons filed for candidacies. Only two More sets of petitions have been filed since. In Crete Monee unit District no 201-u, mrs. Virginia Whipple an incumbent serving the Crete fractional Section of the District filed petitions for reelection. The other entrant was mrs. Flora Ciarlo incumbent who filed to run in Steger District no 194. She is the first candidate to file in the District where three year vacancies Are available. No candidacies in addition to those filed wednesday were registered in the Bloom High school District no. 206, the Prairie state College District Chicago Heights District no. 170, Flossmoor District no. 161, the Homewood Flossmoor High school District Glenwood District no. 167, Matteson District no. 162, Park Forest District no 163, the Rich High school District no. 227 East Chicago Heights districts no. 169, or Sauk Village District no. 168. The school elections will be held on april 8 h or thorough informed sports coverage read the Star Semi week in saturday morning was the last Day that residents of Crete township had to Register their complaints regarding the new assessment figures placed on their property by the township assessor Glen Wilner. A three Man Board of review from the supervisor of assessments office in Joliet was on hand five Days last week to hear complaints of residents who said the assessed value of their properties had increased in some instances As much As 30ft per cent. Assessor liner defended his actions by stating that All 15,000 parcels of land have been assessed Quot fairly and he cites the Law of Supply and demand As leading to an increase in property values in the Southern suburbs particularly in will county. Wieners figures were fortified and approved by Orin Pomeroy jr., supervisor of assessments in will county before being printed in a Legal publication on february 17. A surprisingly most of the people took the news intelligently a Pomeroy said in his office Friday. Those whom i talked to appear in favor of this program of equity Many thought it was Long overdue. This does t mean they were Happy. Many people were confused. But most of them see the fairness of Pomeroy said that Many Crete township residents Are aggravated because neighbors have not been sharing the Burden equally. A new homeowners Are paying higher taxes than those with older Homes a Pomeroy says. Quot yet in proportion the older Homes Are just As valuable. With the new assessment sche Dule everybody will finally accept their fair Pomeroy is hopeful that residents will now begin to take a greater interest in local governments Quot where the tax levies originate a and express themselves More actively during election time. Pomeroy indicated that the Board of review is now investigating the complaints that were filed. Quot by Law i cannot change the assessment figures until the Hoard has made its he stated. To consolidate a human relations human relations groups within the Crete Monee District 201-u school District Are preparing for a meeting thursday at 7 30 . At Crete Monee High school at which they Hope to consolidate the efforts of All groups in the District interested in improving human relations. The meeting was planned by a group of District 201-u staff that has been working with human relations in the schools. A report on what has been done in the school and plans for expansion of their work in the whole Community will be Given. Groups which have expressed an interest in human relations Are being invited to attend the meeting. Candidate to be speaker Alan Howie candidate for District governor of the Lions dubs will l e the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Lions club in Park Forest at 7 pin. Thursday at Savoian a restaurant in Chicago Heights. Lions members May bring guests to this meeting. Kerdavid Hellier Miriam Joe lion Joyce Johnson Susan Jones. Gloria Jung Mindy Kaplan Larry Kaster Ira Kha it Rasch Tova Kletck Kathy Laipple Deborah Lake Robert Landwehr. Debra Larsen Christopher Layne Michele lip sit i Dousias Maior Diane Malito. Thorn As Michels Jeanne Mullen Charles Nel son. Joan Norikane Jane o Connor Joseph Orris Maureen o Sullivan. Nancy Parker. Roberta Rehberg. David Retzlaff Kalb Ryn Roberson Lauren Rozensky Joy Savides Lisa Scherr Beth Schlecht. Bran Don Schlenker Debra Seaver Stephen Simmons. Joanna Sklan Ralph Skoh Mary Spencer Keith Spurgeon Barbette Stanley Jane Thompson David Warner Richard Warner. Jena than Warren. Scot Witt Craig Wood. Jena than Wyland and Geri Zunkel seniors honoured Are Richard Anderson. Donna Ashbaugh Louise Barr. Beverly Berk Janet Boven Kerk. Barry Brunt a. Dennis Cashman Barb clears. Howard Cohen. Valerie Cribbs. Terry cull. Patricia Decker. Cynthia Denton Kathie Derrix Mark Dia mend. Rebecca Dick Constance Driscoll Kathleen Dunbar. Marla Ferquson. Patricia finn Gary Fraser. Kerry freed Man Gerry Furgason Peter Gray. David Kustavson. Laura Guthneck Gayle Guth Rte. Robert Holman. Susan Kapost. Judith Lamb lots Lobar Tim Lenahan. Deborah Martin Cynthia Martynowicz Peter Masolo Sites Patricia Mcgrady William Miner Micahel Molloy Ronald Morns. Thomas Mulhall. Eileen Nazumo. Janet Nicholson. Steven Nord Patty Parker Joyce Plum Ley. Anne Racher Susan Reynolds. Jill ribbons. Gael Rort Nau Beth rom. Herbert Sakalaucks Howard Samuels Elzabeth Schmidt. Sherry Schodrof. Joseph Schroeder. Joan Simms Anne Simpson Cathy Simpson Michael Sloane. Kimberly Smith Alan so Low Glen Strauss Robert Swee. Sharon Wada Lisa Wardynski. David Wilson and Dan a Taos will mail newsletter to parents mrs. Virginia Whipple chairman of the communications committee of the District no. 201-u school Board reported recently that a District wide newsletter will soon be mailed to parents of All District 201-u students. Mrs. Whipple said that the newsletter intercom will report information of District wide interest. All residents of the District Are eligible to receive the newsletter whether or not they have children in school. Residents without children in school Are requested to Call 672-7215 and give their names and addresses. Parents of children attending District 201-u school will receive the newsletter automatically. Faith choir to perform on to sunday the senior choir of Faith United protestant Church Park Forest will be featured on the television show Quot our heritage of Faith a to be broadcast Over win to Channel 9 sunday from 9 to 9 30 . During the program Moderator or. Kenneth Hildebrand will interview four High school students who Are Active in Faith Church s youth program. They Are Amelia Jingst Heather my i of Debi Merriman and Ted Hensold. The choir will be directed by Robert f. Speaker minister of music at Faith Church. Recreation Board to meet on tuesday the Park Forest recreation Board regular february meeting has been rescheduled for tuesday at 8 . At the Village Hall. The regular March 28 meeting will include a Public hearing on the recreation budget for the 1972-73 fiscal year. Drive carefully. The Village of Park Forest last week mailed the first of its new computerized quarterly water Bills to a portion of the Village s residents. William Tollefson the Park Forest Village governments director of administration said that the new system simplifies the payment method for residents and provides added efficiency for the Village water department staff. The computer operation is handled for the Village by data for management decisions a data processing and management science company in Richton Park. Michael Kulakofsky of Park Forest the company a president said that a general automation computer a one of the fastest a provides a a very sophisticated residents receive a self contained mailing package and the remittance is inserted into an envelope which is part of the package. The Bill becomes a permanent record for the resident. Tollefson said that the remittance May be mailed or brought to the water department at the Village Hall. He requested that residents who pay their Bills in person bring the envelope portion of the form with them at the time of payment. The face of the envelope is imprinted with computerized information needed by the water department. He added that the new system makes information More readily available provides easier documentation of payment and combines All information previously separated. A eventually a Tollefson said a the new system will make it easier to provide estimated Bills. The computer will make it possible to even out quarterly Bills for those Resi dents who were not at Home when the meter Reader the new method retains quarterly Billing but the Billing Date will be changed for two thirds of the villages households. One third of the Village residents will receive a Bill during a different month of each Quarter thereby covering the entire Village throughout each three month period. Those who received a Bill last week were charged Only for january water use. Their next Bill in May will be for a full Quarter. The second Billing Date will be in March. Villagers who receive a Bill in that month will be charged for two months use. Their next Bill will be sent in june when they will be charged for a full Quarter. The third Billing Date will be in april when Bills will cover the full first Quarter. Service for a fractional part of a Quarter will be prorated. Demands trustee response people in Richton Park done to know a who or what to this is the dilemma expressed Friday by Harold alte mus 4214 Greenbriar Lane a resident of Richton Hills in a Public letter demanding the resignation of either Richton Park mayor Kenneth j. Clark or trustee Dean Beery his most outspoken critic. Altemus wrote Clark and the six trustees to Tell them that people in the Village have very Little Confidence in their elected officials due to renewed Public disclosures of a possibly criminal acts by mayor Clark and continuing silence regarding the resignation of police chief Jerry Peters and two members of the police Force. Altemus made it Clear that his letter was written As a private citizen and not in his official capacity As chairman of the villages Parks and recreation Board. A Many Village residents did not raise their voices in protest at tuesday night s Village Board meeting because they Felt the elected trustees had All the facts and that the full truth would come out a Altemus wrote. A a the obvious collective silence on the part of All trustees was incomprehensible under the circumstances. A in the vacuum that Beery referred to it is time to let the chips fall where they May. Either Beery or Clark should resign a Altemus continued. A if Law enforcement officials Don t act shortly a citizens Board should be set up to determine the Validity of the charges and counter charges. If Beery a charges Are Correct Clark should resign. If they Are incorrect Beery should Altemus suggested that the Structure of a citizens Board to investigate Beery a charges against Clark should include the presidents of three Home owners organizations in the Village plus a resident of the East Side. A i make this suggestion since apparently the Board of trustees does not plan to pursue the Clark matter publicly a Altemus continued. A deception closed meetings and political jockeying at the expense of the Public cannot be tolerated any More. The residents of our Village deserve expect and demand a full documented in his letter Altemus referred to Berry a charges that Clark Abd traded in a a a junk Richton Park squad car on a new car he purchased from a Peotone Auto dealer without authorization from the Village Board. Clark tuesday night admitted his action but claimed it was a a Good Deal for the Village since the police department received $400 from him for the car instead of approximately Hoo he said was offered by two junk dealers. He claimed that he paid $529 for a new motor and $150 for a paint Job on the squad car a total of $1,079. He received $2,044 in Trade for the old Buick a a net of $965 on the Trade. Cark insists this amount is no More than the new car discount he could have received without a Trade. When Beery first revealed the details of the Auto a a Trade to the Village trustees last july All six signed a formal demand for Clarks resignation. Clark yielded temporarily but reneged at the next Village Board meeting. Need volunteers for health poll the health department in the Village of Park Forest needs 84 volunteers each of whom would talk to to families. In order to Complete its health study. The department needs information on health from to per cent of Park forests residents or 834 families. Questionnaires have been prepared for the interviewers. Purpose of the Survey is to determine the present and future health needs of the citizens. The two Basic phases of the study will be problem identification and problem solving. Volunteers Are needed for april and May. Interview training will be conducted in late March. Persons who would like to Volunteer May Telephone or. Frank Hostetler coordinator of the health Survey at the Village Hall 748-1112, from i until 5 . Monday or March 6. The health study will also include information about the Community population Village government health resources health manpower and specific areas such As environmental control and Industrial health and safety programs. Information on the problems and strengths in the present health Sei vices will be determined by agencies serving the Village demands by persons for health services professional consultant Date aimed at an Ideal Community program and specific health problems listed by health personnel. Troop braves Polar Camp nine boys of boy scout troop 106, sponsored by St. Irenaeus Church went on a Polar Bear Camp out last week end. Troop meetings Are held each monday evening at 7 30 at the Church. Order now to insure delivery and avoid shortages Jit a a. Park Forest Haza it re amp to h a. Rom i in Park Forest Plaza. A

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