Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 5
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 5

Freeport, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1968
Page 5
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Summer Antipoverty Programs Reviewed By ELISABETH YAGER Journal-Standard Reporter Summer activities of the antipoverty program for Stephenson and Jo Daviess counties were reviewed this week by Director Martin B. Olsen. Olsen took over full-time supervision of the Northwestern Illinois Community Action Agency on June 10, after completing MISS RUTH E. GOOD was graduated from Greenville College in Greenville. She received her B.A. degree with majors in mathematics and physical education. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Good, 1605 Meadowbrook Lane, completed her academic work in January and has been teaching physical education and mathematics at Cowden High School the past semester. She will continue there for the 1968-69 term. CORRECTION Lawrence Bobb was installed as chaplain of Evergreen Lodge It was reported that Larry Rosi was installed as chaplain. training course at the Uni- ersity of Wisconsin. He succeeded A. R. Schilling, who resigned to return to full- ime work in education, but con- inued as part-time director un- il replaced. Schilling is e m - )loyed this summer by the Illi- ois State Employment Service lere. One new application in the ealth and housing field has ieen filed with the Office of Economic Opportunity, Olsen re wrted. 50 Slots Neighborhood Youth Corps obs for 50 students aged 16 o 21 who will return to school n the fall were offered to the AP agency and all but a half- dozen have been filled. NYC workers must be members of amilies in low-income brackets. Nonprofit agencies offering to supervise NYC summer workers include Freeport Park Dis- rict, School District 145, St. Vincent's Children's Home, Aquin lentral Catholic High School ;he Martin Luther King Center the Galena Art and Recreation ienter, the CAP office and armed forces recruiting of fices. Joe Dickens, 1968 Freepor High School graduate, was em ployed to fill these jobs, which pay $1.25 an hour for 26 hours a week and 10 weeks. Dickens, a letterman in athlet ics at Freeport High Schoo who has worked summers a Structo and in construction, ant has taken part in the art am drama program at th King Center, is working out o the King Center supervising th NYC workers, Olsen said. Homemaking Worker Homemaker classes conducts this spring have ended for th present, but a part-time horn economist, Mrs. Eula Mae Willi ams, has been added to the Out reach staff. She is available to help ind arrying on the Outreach family ervice counseling under Mrs. luth Fritz, supervisor, to put amilies in touch with needed ocial services. Mrs. Erma Cole s on leave from Mrs. Fritz's taff while teaching in Head Start. Recreation Program Pat Norman and Phillip Haris, both juniors in college next all who are majoring in physical education, have been added o the CAP staff members assigned to the King Center. iduals and groups in meal plan- ing, food and household buying, nd household equipment and rganlzation. There is a new Outrach so- ial worker, Paul Hayden, suc- eeding Mrs. Lucile Ross who esigned to join her husband in nterlng the grocery business, )lsen said. Hayden, Jack ilrs. Earnestine Jordan Norman and are Miss Norman, whose employment was reported previously, s conducting recreational activities for girls and women at the center. Harris is in charge of day- camp activities at the Lloyd Gitchel farm. A two-year graduate of Jolict Junior College, he took part in basketball, football, A Cappella Choir, Scouting and the YMCA physical fitness program in Joliet. Also At King Center Mrs. Jean Farrar continues as a CAP employe assigned to do secretarial work at the King Center for Gather Taylor Jr., director, and the expanded center staff. Willie Carroll, job coordinator who is reporting additional placements of the unemployed in Freeport business and industries, also works out of the King Center, one of the CAP additions to its program. MIS. ijuunc iduiin; nrucnicr, R.N., counsels individuals, fami- ies and groups on health prob- ems and family planning, re- crring medical needs to the family physician, and following up these referrals. New Application As a result of this health program, the NICAA filed a new application for a $15,000 grant in the field of health and housing, Olsen said. The dual purpose is to identify medical and dental needs, help community families and organizations to "fix up, paint up" homes, and help relocate families now in substandard housing, reporting such housing to local city and welfare agencies with a view to securing its im- improvement. Also, the application includes dll cJIIUL-UUUIl U> plflVIUU U1C .JO Daviess County mental health >rogram with a full-time counse- or and one day a month of professional case consultation with a psychiatrist. The NICAA previously operated a one-day-a-week mental icalth center in Jo Daviess County, staffed by a psychiatric social worker from Rock- Ford. The service was discontinued when the one-year demonstration of a mental health program in Stephenson County ended and the Freeport center was turned over to the New Stephenson County Mental Health Board in the fall of 1967. Head Start Report Head Start reported Tuesday that 165 preschool children are taking part in the special summer school to prepare them for umuiiug sunoui, ana /u moi >laccs are available to childn n disadvantaged families. There is a waiting list of ot er children: 10 per cent of t ;olal enrollment under OE rules may be children who a not from disadvantaged fan lies but will benefit from t preschool training. Olsen on July 2 attended one-day workshop for directe on OEO accounting practic held at Urbana. He is continuing to commi from Rockford, where he w a Presbyterian minister and executive of the Presbytery t til he accepted the NICAA p here. He is seeking housing his family in Freeport and troducing himself to social a civic agencies in Stephenson a Jo Daviess counties. EASY WAY IN BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nutting occupy an apartment on the third floor of a house and the stairway is narrow. So when the Nuttings bought the largest refrigerator Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Fri., July 5, 1968 PQ. 5 in slock, the store a crane to deliver it. a window. rented through the SAVE MONEY WEEKEND SPECIAL PARTY SCOOPS Reg. $1.80 For Ptrfict Partits ., . Party Scoops, Ice Cream Pies, Ice Cream Fudge Brownies, Cake 'N Ice Cream Rolls, three sizes all ice cream cakes, six sizes Cake 'N Ice Cream cakes and melon molds. Sale Ends Sunday, July 7 BASKIN- ROBBINS ICE CREAM STORE All 31 Flovori Hand Packed! Over 600 Storei Coatt-To-Coait 1200 W. Galena-Phone 233-9404 (Next to lee'i Market) Open Daily and Sunday 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. Free Punch Samples Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Designed for You... and for your budget, too... diamond bridal ensembles matching his 'n hers sets Trio-engagement and wedding ring for her... wedding ring for him. Duo—matching wedding bands. 14K white or yellow gold. Open Monday and Friday Nights. 6 East Stephenson Street CONVENIENT T E R M S A R R A N G E D SOL LEVY INC. 26 W. STEPHENSON St. SOL LEVY INC. Now In Progress Freeport 233-2713 Shoe Salon 26 W. STEPHENSON St. SOL LEVY INC. 26 W. STEPHENSON St. SOL LEVY INC. 26 W. STEPHENSON St. SOL LEVY INC. SAVE 20", ON HART SCHAFFHER & MARX CLOTHING AND OTHER NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS REGULAR PRICE TAGS HAVE NOT BEEN CHANGED. JUST DEDUCT THE FULL 20% FROM MARKED PRICE REGULAR PRICE TAGS HAVE NOT BEEN CHANGED JUST DEDUCT THE FULL 20% FROM MARKED PRICE Shop Monday and Friday Until 9P.M. THIS is the summer clearance men wait for! And a glance at the partial list of famous Hart Schaffner& Marx and our other fine clothing values will quickly tell you why. Not our entire stock, of course, and not every item in every size and color, but a vast assortment of hard-to-beat bargains - every one from our regular stock. It's our biggest sale in many years. Stop in for the fine clothing you need — at savings too good to miss. (Naturally, the earlier you shop, the greater the selection.) Regularly $52.50 *42 Save $10.50 Regularly $89.95 $7195 Save $18 Regularly $59.95 S/1795 47 Save $12 Regularly $100 $ 80 Save $20 Regularly $69.95 $CC95 55 Save $14 Regularly $110 $ 88 Save $22 Regularly $79.95 SC095 Save $16 Regularly $125 $ 100 Save $25 OTHER SUITS AND COATS PROPORTIONALLY REDUCED. FAIR TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED SPORT COATS Large Selection Reg. Save Sale Price 20% Price $45 $9 $36.00 $55 $n $44.00 $69.95 $14 $55.95 $85 $17 $68.00 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MEN'S SLACKS Dacrons—Worsteds Reg. Price Save 20% Sale Price $12 $2.40 $9.60 $16 $3.20 $12.80 $19.95 $4 $15.95 $25 $5 $20.00 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS Short and Long Sleeves Reg. Save Sale Price 20% Price $5 $1 $4.00 $6 $1.20 $4.80 $7 $1.40 $5.60 $8 $1.60 $6.40 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED STRAW HATS SWIM WEAR RCR. Save Sale Price 20% Price $5 $1 $4.00 $5.95 $1.20 $4.75 $6.95 $1.40 *5.55 $8.95 $1.80 $7.15 PARK FREE AT CENTRAL LOT WHILE YOU SHOP AT SOL LEVY'S ALLIGATOR ALL WEATHER COATS Reg. Price $18.00 $29.95 $37.50 $45.00 Save 20% $3.60 $6 $7.50 $9 Sale Price $14.40 $23.95 $30.00 $36.00 Save $10 — New Fall Topcoats — $10 Off sol Lew Inc. Freeport's Finest Men's Store ARROW SHIRTS 26 W. Stephenson St. DOBBS HATS

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