Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 6
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 10, 1977
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Page 6 CSR Economist NcwsHapeo.. Wednesday. March 9.1977 Honor Ruesing for civic work Mrs. Emelyn Ruesing, a past president of the Garfield Ridge Council of Organizations, will be honored for her community work at the council's installation of officers dinner March 25. Mrs Ruuesing, a former Garfield Ridge resident, will be presented a plaque for her years of service to the area Dinner is planned for 7 p m. March 25 in the Polonia Grove Banquet hall, 4604 S. Archer. Tickets may be obtained from outgoing president Frank Rockaitis, 586-9077, or newly-elected president Mary Voss, 5825030 Donation is $5.50. Other new officers are Rita Novak, vice president, Rose White, treasurer, Mickey Choda, secretary; Phillip Bianco Jr, corresponding secretary, Earl Krause, sergeant-at-arms, and Al Douglas, Rockaitis, Marius Gallagher and Gene Schaefer, directors. Rooney in electronics Peter J. Rooney, 3347 W 66th pi, has joined GTE Automatic Electric in Northlake, as an audio-visual specialist in the training de- p a r t m e n t o f t e telecommunications equip ment manufacturing company. Wont you join us on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. MARCH 19,1977 to hear an Inspiring talk by CHARLES W. FERRIS of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship , entitled "The Spiritual Basis of Health" m First Church of Christ, Scientist 12654 South Maple Avenue Blue Island, Illinois CHllDCAREPROVIMD FREE ADMISSION Mahoney to attend ,, ^ Washington seminar Comedian at benefit Comedian Eddie Shields will perform at a "Gala Polka Spectacular" honoring Aid. Roman C. Pocinski (41st), Democratic mayoral candidate, Sunday at Johnny Hyzny's Personality lodge, M49 S. Archer ave. Richard Mahoney, a senior at Kennedy High school, has been awarded the Congressional Seminar scholarship from the Union Carbide Corporation Films- Packing division in Summit. Richard wil! attend the 10th annual Washington Congressional seminar in the nation's capital March 27 to April 3. "We believe that this program offers us the opportunity to give a studdent a firsthand look at government in action," siad N. T LaPlaca, manager of the films-packaging plant "We're pleased to be part of this experience." ^ The workshop is a nationally-recognized program d signed to give outstanding high school students the opportunity to observe the operations of national government. Seminar sessions include meetings with congressmen, senators, cabinet members and various other government officials. Students also attend select committee meetings and House and Senate chamber sessions Richard has been an active participant of Key club, a member of the National Honor society, the school band and orchestra, a guidance counselor aide and was vice president of the junior class. He also is captain of the basketball team and a member of the tennis team and bowling league. A committee from Ttenne- dy set up criteria for the selection of the scholarship winner. Requirements included: A minimum of a B average; a high level of interest in government; leadership in student government and service organizations, and be of good character. "When you're interest in government, there's no bet- Fashion show aids family Bogan High school's club will sponsor a benefit fashion show at 7:45 tonight at Himmel and Sons furriers, 2201 W. 95th st. Proceeds will be given to the Ruane children. Tickets are S2 each. The Ruane children reside in St Bede parish and have been parentless since the death of their father last October. " ter place to learn about it than Washington," Richard said "I'm really looking forward to meeting the people who are part of it." Sparks serves '· · r ' on submarine ]"» Navy Radioman Third V"} Class Paul S. Sparks, son of Ji: Janet W. Sparks, 5309 S. ' ' Newland ave., is serving as. *·' a crewmember aboard the ''C'i submarine tender USS Pro- 'J*J teus. l! '*n* His ship, a 57Mt. "float- t-?9t ing repair shop," is home- f"" 1 * ported in Apra harbor, «=»» Guam " FLORIDA HOME SEMINAR QUESTION ANSWER SESSION The Deltona Corporation is sponsoring this important seminar on Florida Mackle built housing- Qualifications for financing, living costs, and other pertinent details of home or condominium ownership will be discussed Valuable information for deeded lot owners in Deltona Commons SUNDAY, MARCH 13 FIELDS RESTAURANT 10352 S. WESTERN AVE. CHICAGO, ILL. Free Refreshments Served BY RESERVATION ONLY PtorM* Haekl* tro*., Inc. 7294 W. North Aw. ·Imwood tok, M. ' A "Gala Polka Spectacular" honoring Aid. Roman C. Pucinski .(41st), candidate for the Democratic mayoral nomination, will take place from S to 11 p.m. Sunday in the Personality DltTMIVTOK F0« /CHEMETRONJ Bring in this od for a FREE SPARK UGHTER NCG INDUSTRIAL GASiS , CARDOX «SPECIALITIES RESISTANCE *£!£" REGO GAS APPARATUS I MANIFOLDS WELDING GRADE CO CHfWeIRON UtC'rlOIJfS P E T E R S O N WELDING SUPPLY CO. INC. · WlSriN(,HOUil WL1DINC. MtODUCIS . WCIDINC, MACHINIS " SIMI AUTOMMIC MMTHISLS · WIRl IIICIROOIS · \ICMIR WUDIM, KJlflPMlNI · WUIMNI »«.*HIY ftriS«)Rll . SHI vMIDINl 111". \\IIUIN BW"EVERYTHING FOR THE WELDER' 10427 TORRENCE 374-9021 2102 W. 35th ST. 376-5812 lodge, 6649 S. Archer ave. Tickets may be purchased at Pucinski headquarters, 5098 S. Archer, or by calling 767-2484. Polka bands will provide music for dancing and tile candidate will meet with those attending. In addition, comedian Eddie Shields will perform. Shields began his entertainment career while in the Army during World War H. Shields, who" entertained'- GIs hi England and France, g said, "It was a lot of fun* and it broke up the monoto- JS' ny for the boys and my-" self." Since then Shields has performed for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion and Lions clubs He has helped raise money for organizations such as LaRabida Children's hospital. all you aces- before vou put up your new CD antenna, look up. Heading for the backyard to put up that antenna for your base unit? Watch out for power lines, good buddy. Most power lines are twenty feet off the ground, but the ones to your house may be as low as 10 feet. So don't take any chances. When installing your CB antenna (or a new TV antenna), avoid putting it anywhere in the vicinity of any overhead lines. And provide enough space around it to prevent the wind horn, blowing it into the lines later. If you look up and steer clear, you can look forward to a sweet 10-2. althCdU Working for TOM. , MIRACLE HEALING SERVICES EVANGELIST JOSEPH PAWLAK EVERY Friday Evening 7:30 PM Dolton Bridge Club 14800 Chicago Road Dolton, Illinois EVERY Sunday Afternoon 2:00 P.M MASONIC TEMPLE 14130 INDIANA RIVERDALE. ILL. PRAYER LINE « INFORMATION H62-8945 NOW THRU SUN., MAR. 13 3,000 Good Stan At Showthn* 1 S MM 5 13--10-30 AJ*. MAR 8 9.10--730PM. ·OKP«f -- Mtzunbw 1976 OLYMPIC and WORLD CHAMPIONS HtTELY TUES. thru SAT.-7:30 SAT. MATS. 10:30 A.M. £30 P.M. SUNDAYS 1:3015:30 P.M. TICKETS AT STADIUM A TKKETRON Mt,on»«MO* p CHICAGO STADIUM 1IM W. MAMSON KW12 733-5300 Mercury Couga With all these features: · Opera windows · Paint stripes · Steel-belted WSW radiats · Deluxe wheel covers · 302-2VV-8 engine · Select-Shin automatic transmission · Power steering · Power brakes--front disc $. For about mi BRING IN THIS AD AND COMPARE IT TO THE STICKER PRICE. *TWs is trie average til prices Abased on an independent stooping survey ot 33% crt tfl Chicago area Unooln-Mercury dealers, January 17 and 19. Some prices were higher, some Dower. Trtte and totes exba. See your Uncoln- MeTcury dealer Jor Ws price and (terms On display at your Lincoln-Mercury dealer

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