Children and teenagers, 5 through 15 are eligible to enroll. A variety of weekly one-hour recreation programs also are available. For information call Norm Podrazik at or The association is composed of 2, band directors of secondary, elementary, professional and military bands throughout the nation. The convention will hold clinics, panel discussions, concerts and exhibits on the theme. Thursday in the C. Stephens Auditorium in hte Iowa State Center and the Wheeling band will march in the football stadium at 6: Williamson was selected by a governing board of 40 bandmasters associated with the First Chair of America, Inc.
The award is p: A MAC recipient also must be an inspiration to students, constantly strive for perfection and be a first-rate teacher. He received the S50 award for his ability to show a chemistry concept in a photograph.
James' photographic technique involved a triple-negative photo. U heeling High School recently selected 36 girls out of 90 who tried out for Orchesis. Audry Sommerfeld and Nancy Thomas. Freshmen chosen are Maggie Bain. Carol Mitchell and Jean Proszek. Kim Bailey, a junior, will be president of the group for Sponsor and director is Barb Rubin.
Animal World, Northwestern Stables, nature walks and ball games. For information, call or Friday on a nationally televised program of music to be syndicated by the Public Broadcasting System and broadcast on channel The hour long television special, "Echoes Bright and Clear: A Discovery of American Music," is a musical tribute to America's first years. Seven of the university's nationally famous musical organizations and choral groups will perform on the program. Teachers in High School Dist.
The purpose of the program was to provide basic information on the economic system so it could be used in classroom activites. The Elk Ctrove Assn. The course helped the 37 area teachers involved to implement? One of the most important aspects of the curriculum is community involvement. Jewel Foods; Jeff Schrader, vice president of A.
If you have not been contacted please call ; , or , or write Doug Fulford, N. Richard Sloan, chief of the Cook County Forest Preserve Police, said, however, thai as far as he is concerned, the problems have been solved. I think they've gone someplace else. There are a Few kids hanging around, but they're not bothering anybody.
Now, he said, it is up to the courts to uphold the arrests. Sloan said that with the problems over with, he does not kndw what the meeting today will entail. Jenkins, who was unavailable for comment Monday. Sloan expects that a plan for emergency situations will be formulated.
Elk Grove, Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg police departments are most often called to assist in emergencies.
A crackdown on rowdy youths at Busse Woods came after many complaints of open drug sale and harassment of families there. The harassment became so bad that families began avoiding the forest preserve. Youths have used Busse Woods as an open-air market for traffic in stolen goods and illicit drugs, said Martin Conroy, Schaumburg police chief. Conroy said Schaumburg youth officers have learned drugs ranging from marijuana and amphetamines to cocaine and heroin have changed hands in the forest preserve.
Busse Woods reportedly also has been a haven for teen-age drinking, sex and rowdiness directed at picnickers and rangers. Sloan said Busse Woods'is an area notorious for youth problems.
Before the crackdown, there was an average of 60 to 70 arrests per week there, including traffic arrests, he said. After the crackdown began, youths were arrested in a seven-day period. Last week there were 80 arrests, an indication the situation was quieting down, Sloan said.
In comparison, Deer Grove Forest Preserve northwest of Palatine averages a dozen arrests a week, Sloan said, and forest officials consider it under control.
However, one forest preserve official said a lack of village-sponsored activities for youths and the year- old drinking law has caused the trouble at Busse Woods. James Maltson, division superintendent of the Northwest section of the forest preserve district, said construction of new subdivisions has brought more youths into the area, but villages have failed to provide a place for them. Matlson said youths have only the forest preserves where they may socialize and drink. They're noisy, they're obnoxious, they stand in the road.
Robert Taylor, assistant director of the Metropolitan Enforcement Group MEG , a special unit formed to fight drug traffic in the Cook County suburbs, said that the recent crackdown by law enforcement agencies against the drug traffic in Busse Woods will force at least some of it back to Deer Grove, where drugs are-being marketed even now.
While a forest preserve official said the drug problem was not the main cause of the complaints, Taylor said the trafficking was "very blatant" at Busse Woods. They're dealing in several thousands of dollars a day. The people i n Deer Grove use Doberman pinschers and German shepherds to guard their operations They also use CB radios to warn of suspicious cars or persons entering the area. He said the dealers, buyers and then- friends are not afraid to attack law enforcement officials or to try to rescue someone -who has been arrested.
They kids will just put two cars abreast and talk; they'll walk across the road The only time I didn't have any trouble was when I had my Doberman Pinscher with me. They throw baseballs at our planes, trying to knock them down. We're harassed by these punks. I don't mind them doing their thing if we could do ouis '' Cops probing weekend burglaries Arlington Heights police are investigating a flurry of burglaries that took place in the village during the weekend, including two break-ins at one school.
James Junior High School, N. Thieves reportedly broke into the school late Friday night or Saturday morning, and stole a movie screen and television. In the second break-in, sometime between 4 and Sunday, burglars cut a hole in a library window at the school to gain entry -- and then stole a telephone. Margie Platcher of Rogersville, Mo. Police reportedly found no signs of forced entry.
Burglars broke into the apartment of Cynthia A. Police said they found no signs of forced entry. Burglars invaded the home of Jay Brautgam, E. Dobbins, Mayfair Rd. Burglars apparently slit a rear screen door and pried open an inner door to gain entry, police said. Police Monday were waiting for a list of items stolen from the Dobbins house. Continued from page 1 and lawyers cannot light up in the court room, and scientists find it hard to shake their ashes around the laboratory.
Industrial panel to meet tonight Village Mgr. Hanson will discuss past efforts to bring industry to Arlington Heights when the industrial and commercial development commission m'eets at 7: The commission also will discuss what type of industry it hopes to attract to the village, said Raymond H. It is the commission's second meeting. Dietsch said that he has a hunch a couple of women, purportedly buying snuff for their husbands, may be trying a pinch or two themselves.
There is one rule of thumb for all chewers, but Sault Ste. The city fathers there found it necessary to pass an ordinance prohibiting spitting into the wind.
July 4 service planned by clergy A villagewide prayer service, sponsored by the Arlington Heights Clergy Fellowship, will be held July 4 at Recreation Park to commemorate the Bicentennial. The service will be at A box lunch picnic will follow the service.
Gordon Palmer, music director of the First Presbyterian Church, is directing the mixed choir.