Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 14
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
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(·«wiirml Open wide..., Byn» Efemtiuiy sdMOl flnt-grader JacqMHae Pen* eijcys a tot lunch IB Ike MW Inchreon of Uw wtol, 1W Paw* Tucker cMb rf (he scb*ol, S3!* S, Oak Park, worfcetf for four yean I* gel Ike fodHly, uid Elate Matz rf ike PTC. Be* Inches were wtfUbfe for the tint tine for the stafarts whea (fce luchroom opened abe«l two weeks ap. Before that One, stnteals had to eat Much at their desks. Had also credited Stale Re*. Itobert Terdch (IMStt) for Ms assistance in gettteg the (Staff phot* by DOB Weinieri) Seniors off to Hawaii South Suburban and Chicago high school seniors will invade Hawaii this weekend. Starting tomorrow night there'll be a mass exodus of teens headed for a Spring vacation in Hawaii. All told, about 1,100 students are scheduted to oo from eight schools. The largest group will m- clud 259 senior girls from Mother McCauley High school and 300 seniors from Reavls High school who will share a chartered 747 for the flight Other groups of seniors " from Queen of Peace, Kennedy, Bogan, Richards, St Laurence and Rich Central are also going to Hawaii. For Reavis it will be the llth annual senior trip, Egg hunt Saturday East Beverly association will sponsor its annual Easter egg hunt for children at 10 a.m. Saturday in Graver park, 1512 W. 102ml pt Children through the sixth .grade are, eligible to vie in the bunt. Participants .also will be given candy. or canon otter at wramt mnnonera Itmly No ma! osaers an Ajtue (Jails Parents to hear speaker April 15 "Vocational Help for the Learning Disabled" is the subject of a meeting of the Chicago Association for Children With Learning Disabilities, at 7 30 p.m. Friday, April 15, at Quigley seminary, 7740 S. Western ave Mrs M. Bourgeois of the city's public schools will discuss the cooperative work training program for disabled high school pupils. The program ta in progress at the Low Incidence Handicap center. Mrs. Angeles Omo and Phillip Moreley from the state's division of rehabilitation wit) describe that program. Moretey will explain the procedures used in accepting a person for rehabilitation, what the client is supposed to achieve and tell about some cases which are completed. Mrs Omo will explain the tests needed and present some description of what the test results caa show. ·The association is a not for profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the educational and general welfare ot children and youth of normal and potentially, normal intelligence who have learning disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual or coordinatlve nature or related problems. BUYING FURNITURE? COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY!! The American Dawn. 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