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Happiness Is Hallowe’en Party
At Wm. Penn Day Care Center
HARRY TRUESDALE, son of the
Harry Truesdales of 420 Habersham
WENDELL ALSBROOKS, JR., son of the
Wendell Alsbrooks of 702 Habersham Road.
Right, CAROL SNUGGS, daughter of the
Robert Hayes of 610 Habersham Road; cen
ter, PURNELL CHADMAN, son of the Frank
R. Chadmans of 502 Habersham; and left,
ALEXANDER LYTCH, son of the Alexander
Lytches of 216-A Windley Street.
TRACY BYERS, daughter
of the Theodore Byers of 2511
Twenty-six pre-schoolers at William
Penn School had a spook-tacular time
Like kids all over the city, they
celebrated the holiday of witches and
goblins with a party.
Their party was the trick and treat
of the women’s service circle number
8 of First Presbyterian Church.
William Penn has one of five cen
ters in operation by Developmental
Day Care, Inc., a Model Cities agen
cy and a division of the Fore-See
(Comprehensive Community Child
The others are located at St. Steph
ens AME Zion Church, Brooks Me
morial Methodist Church, Beddington
Methodist Mission, and First United
Methodist Church. A sixth center, at
St. Paul Presbyterian Church on Four
th Street, is being renovated to be
brought up to fire department code.
A total of 120 youngsters age 3 to
6 are enrolled in Developmental Dayj
Care. Director Johanne Biggerstaff
says the agency has a waiting list of^
145 applicants to fill the slots.
When the St. Paul PresbyteriamW
Center is reopened, an additional 30
children can be accommodated.
Parents may apply at the Fore-See
Agency office in the basement of the
Arcade Building, 329 N. Main Street,
or through their case worker from
Social Services. The Department of
Social Services, who sponsors the
federal funding of the child care?
agency, screens all applicants and de
termines their eligibility.
This procedure is difi^erent from that
in the past, Ms. Biggerstaff points out.
Developmental Day Care is a school
readiness program offered free to res
idents of the Model Neighborhood,
and at a low cost to others in the com
SHERMAN BROWN, son of the
Thurman Browns of 704 Brentwood
At left, JUAN JOHNSON, son of the Henry K. Johnsons of
302-A Anaheim Street. Above, TAMMY LYTCH, daughter of
the Alexander Lytches of 216-A Windley Street, and FULICIA
LIVINGSTON, daughter of Ms. Margaret Livingston of 601-D
Kent Street. At right, ALFRED BALDWIN, son of the Alfred
D. Baldwins of 1704 Fern Street.