Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 11
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 11

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
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Economist Newspaper*. Wednesday, April 6.1377 CSR Pane l t f Fary co-sponsors aid for quake victims Rep. John G. Fary (D- 5th) is co-sponsoring in the Congress wilh Rep. Frank Annunzio (D-llth) a *20 million aid bill which would assist In reconstruction of areas hit hardest by -an earthquake in Northern Italy last September. The bill is designed to aid the Friull region "\ think it's important that we take this kind of in- itative to aid other countries, especially when those countries are in a time of extreme emergency," said Fary. The area in Italy was hit by quakes in May and September. The quake in Hay caused extensive destruction to agriculture, business, Indus try, schools and hospitals. Hospital bed facilities in the provinces of Uttine and Pordenone were reduced by 14 per cent because of damage. In Udine province, 15 per cent of the school age population found itself without classrooms. Damage to agriculture, which the region leans on for both food and income, suffered heavy losses. Ten per cent of the dairy herds were lost, 8,000 farm buildings were destroyed, another 7,000 damaged. "It's difficult to calculate the number of job losses that resulted from the first quake," Fary said. "Estimates stand at approximately 8,300 out of work because of the quake. Thousands of businesses throughout the area were completely, or partially destroyed." It has been reported that some 80,000 to 100,000 people (about 23,000 families) were left homeless by the Mav ouakp Mftro than 900 died. Congress joined with relief agencies such as the American Red Cross, Catholic Relief Services, Seventh Day Adventist World Services, Baptist World Alliance, Salvation Army and the Save the Children federal mn to rush aid to that re- gion after the May quake. Congress originally authorized $25 million to begin reconstruction of the legion. The bill Fary Is co-spwi- soring would allow tor an additional reconstruction aid. Much of this aM was made necessary by the second quake in September. Approximately 120 million would be made available during the fiscal year of 1978 for reconstruction. i 1 "With this help from the American people, t feel certain this will begin to get the region back on its feet," Fary said I Bogan students capture awards I . ,_,i _ . . ..j T, t--.,ii-u ,A. haw npntopt nn Rntnnv an nroiect on mathemi Five Bogan High school students who participated in the city public schools Science fair March 31-20 at the Museum of Science and Industry won two "outstanding" and three excellent awards as well as 21 special awards. Richard Barr, faculty advisor, said this is "a very exceptional feat" The five are. Julia Pajowski for her , project on Conservation and Environment, an outstanding award. Georgianne Kmack for her project on Botany, an outstanding award. Ernie Colantonip for his project on microbiology, an excellent award. Diane Jankowski for her project on microbiology, an excellent award. Herbert Jaresko for his project on mathematics, an' excellent award. They will represent Bo-' gan in the Illinois Junior-, academy of Sciences fair at Springfield. In addition, EM nie, Diane and G*orgtanne j are finalists for Science fairt, scholarships. Bill 'Oklahoma' at Ke//y Arthur Gerson, director of Kelly High school's of the musical "Oklahoma," meets with JoAmje Pach and Al Twombley, two rf the featured players, to discuss roles in the 13-16 show. Bill 'Oklahoma' at Kelly high Kelly High school's music department in cooperation with Kelly park, will present Rodgers and Hammer- stem'i world-famous musical,- ;'0kiahoma," April 1316. i The play describes in song! and dance the love affair between Curley, a cowboy of the Oklahoma territory of 1890, and Laurey, a beautiful farmgirl. Some of the songs Include "Surrey With the Fringe on Top," "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'," "Oklahoma," "People Wdl Say We're in Love," and many others. Playing the leads are Jo- Women hear candidates Aid Roman Puncinski and Edward Hawaiian, Hanrahan, Democratic candidates for mayor, wili speak at 7 30 p.m. next Wednesday at A Woman's place at the Women Working Together office, 320r W. 63rd St. The center is open eacn Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. for coffee and conversation. The program begins at 8, followed by refreshments. There is no admission charge, although a 25-cent donation is encouraged to cover refreshment expenses. Wednesday, April 20, there wili be a discussion on the possibility of setting up a mother's baby sitting coop. Anne Pach as Laurey and Al Towmbley as Curly. Included in the cast are Christ Krause as AunLEl- ler, Darline Zurawski as Ado Annie, Keving Connolly as All Hakim and Bob Kaminske as Will Parker The production is under the supervision of Arthur Gerson, choral music teacher and acting chairman of the school's_jnusic department Assisting Gerson are Al Pretkells, director of bands, who is preparing the music, Edmund Kantor, English teacher, who is dialogue coach, and Janet Wojclk, music teacher, who coaches the singers. Choreogrpahy is being done by.Sue CaJsabata of the' McAndrews School of Dance. The production, in full rehearsal, will be presented to the general public the nights of April 14,15 and 16 after two student matinees April 13 and M 8 Yds. 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