Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 10
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April 14, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 10

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V" \r Suburbanite Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April' 13,1*77 'Cinderella' set by SXC this weekend Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" will be, presented at St. Xavier college, 3700 W. 103rd St., this month by the SXC Music department and the Theater II Drama guild. This magical musical fairy tale will be performed Saturday, April IS, Sunday, April 17, Friday, April 22, and Saturday, April 23,'in the College's McGuire hall. There will be evening performances at 8:15 p.m. on these four nights. Matinees are scheduled at 2 p.m. on both Saturdays -- April 16 and 23. Tickets for the SXC presentation may be purchased at the college bookstore, 3700 W. 103rd st. Admission for matinees will be $2 for adults; $1.50 for children, students and senior citizens. For evening performances, tickets will be $2.50 for adults: J2 far and senior citizens. Further information may be obtained by calling 77»-3300, ext. 221. "Cinderella" wiU be directed by Ben Furlno with musical direction by Gregory Schmitz. Singing the lead roles will be: Christy Kohs, Oak Forest, as Cinderella; Terry Solan, Ashburn, as the prince; Maurice McNicholas, Beverly, as the King; Julie Sadlick, LaGrange, and Mary Beth White, as Portia and Joy, the stepsisters. Also, Anna Ortigara, Tinley Park, as the Queen; Sue BiszewsH, Ashburn, as the Plume Lady (Fairy Godmother); Dave Adamonis, Oak Lawn, as the herald; Bill Crowley, 'Oak Lawn, cheamberlain; Karl Krueger, Oak Lawn, steward; Tom Tumino, Merrionette Park, chef; and Mark Peterson. Oak Lawn. fourUer. Appearing as townspeople and singing in ine chorus will be: Barb Buba, Debbie Wagers, Bob Pikula, all of Chicago's Ashburn area; Sue Elliott and Joe Collins, Beverly; Robbie and Laurie Poe, Morgan Park; Barb Daily and Kathy Michaels, Bridgeport; Karen Latham, Blue bland; Florence Herrera, Posen; Janeen Feldner. Tinley Park: Dave Gil- ,bert, Mike Schifferdecker, Sharon, Kathy, and Colleen Gregory, Oak Lawn; Nancy and Joyce Pochinskas, Midlothian; and Karen Gramza, South Holland. Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" combines the magic of the classic fairy tale with a touch of comedy and marvelous songs. Many of the medlo- dies will be recognized by those who have seen the television story of "Cinderella," including "Do I Love You Because You're Wonderful," and "In My Own Uttle Comer, In My Own Little Chair." The stage version differs from the televised "Cinderella" by Hiving the king, queen ind stepsisters comic roles. OL high teachers get back to basics Court personnel in alcohol confab .. --._. _ .,,. ..__,,,. ^.,,_^ ,,,,»_....-.._....... Prtace Chamiig, played by Terry Sola., wte the heart of Christy Kohs, Oak Forest, who stags the lead Ut "Cinderella." Matbwes of the delightful Mtsfcal will be presented at 2 p.m. m two Saturdays, April if aid 23, by St. Xavier college. Oak Lawn Community High school i teachers^ Tom Reiter and; Leslie Luka recently spoke at the Fifteenth Annual Conference on English · Education in Knoxville, Tenn. Reiter is English dept. chairman. Luka is a reading specialist. The conference, held March 24-26, attracted participants from over the en- tire country to discuss and explore topics ranging from the back to basics movement to the implications of multi-cultural literature. Specifically aimed at Curriculum directors and university professors who prepare future English teachers, the three day conference brought over 1,000 educators together at the Hyatt Regency Knox- ville for thirty separate ses- "sions. The Relter-Luka session marked a dramatic departure from the usual examination of the back to basics movement by challenging the presently held concept of education. Their address called for a concentrated effort to reorganize the school system. A day-long conference last Thursday offered personnel of the Fifth district of the Circuit court of Cook county an opportunity to learn the contents of the Alcohol Safety Education program that has proved 93.5 per cent effective in keeping motorists apprehended for driving while intoxicated from repeating that offense. Judge Irving Eiserman. presiding Judge of the Fifth district, arranged the meeting in cooperation with Central States Institute of Addiction, the agency of Catholic Charities that operates the driver education program. Attending the session at Fifth district Court House, 5240 W., James st, in Oak Lawn, included representatives from the States Attorney's office, Sheriffs department, County Clerk's office and the office of the public defender. Thomas O'Shea, education and referral counsellor, and Jean Perkins, education director, of Central States Institute, presented the program, touching on alcohol and ocher chemical abuse and the effect these substances have on che human brain and behavior. The Rev. Msgr. Ignatius McDermott is chairman and founder of Central States Institute, which undertook the Alcohol Safety Education program in 1973, in order to provide education in alcohol use/abuse for Cook county motorists who were apprehended for driving while intoxicated, referred to Central Scates Institute of Addiction by the six districts of the Circuit court of Cook county. Among drivers who completed the program in its first two years, half of whom had been arrested previously for alcohol-related offenses, only 6.5 per cent have been apprehended again for DWI offenses, a 93.5 per cent record of success To fete school The 10 year anniversary of the Northwest school in Evergreen Park will be celebrated with a potluck dinner for parents, students and teachers on April 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the school gym. The PTA board will furnish the meat and attending families are asked to bring salads and desserts. There will be no admission charge but persons will be asked to make small contributions to the scholar ship fund. Attendance is limited be- |, cause ol fire regulations , and reservations will be ac- , cepted on a first come, first serve basis. Entertainment will be provided by the school chorus and a skit by the PTA board. 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