Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 8
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 10, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 9.1977 i**NEXT WEEK'S ** HOROSCOPE By Clm R. Pollan FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 14,1977 · your birthday occurs this week . . . jpu are daring, courageous, adventurous, dashing. Your vitality and pace impress people greatly. You draw to you talented persons who are compatible. Fish suffocate in winter's cold fftAriMI Mor. 21-Apr. 19 | Pluto © | \oa will get many chances this week to use your creative talents. There will be some unexpected opportunities in the financial field if you are prepared to assert your originality. Excellent time to dispose of property, trading or selling. Be alert, aggressive. Hj|a{Taurus I Apr. 20-May 20 ! Venus 9 | Good aspects indicate profit from short trips and changes of surroundings. New ideas and people will Hay an important role in the week's events. You should listen to the advice of others. Home improvement and construction will be given added energy. ' May 21-Junt20 I Mtrcury tf I opportunities will abound this week. There wiu be some strange events surrounding a love affair. The accent is on your personal magnetism. You should find yourself the center of attraction at parties. The op- poaife sei will go out of the way to please you. I riR CaiKir ! June 21 · July 22 i Moonig J Your social life will pick up at this time. Your luck will take a turn for the better, both socially and financially. Distant affairs may need attention, it's better to phone long distance than write. Express your feelings frankly. Don't be afraid of resentment. i July 23-Aug. 22 ! Sun Q I ,, You may profit financially from this week's activities, i It can be easy to get what you want if you show industn- f ous ways and a serious attitude. Use caution if travel-i. mg. An old offender might show up. Ideal time for re- J tatning legal assistance of accountant's advice. « 1 Jc Virgo Aug. 23 · S»pt. 22 | Mtrcury tf | * An accident prone week. You need much care to avoid ~ mishaps. You can be injured by something falling or * losingyour own grip and falling from an awkward posi- j. tion. Be kind to someone who is trying to aid you in v -adjustments that you need in your life. I fafe libra i Seot. 23 - Oct. 2 2 H V « n u » 5! ! * Consolidate things this week. Bring together loose *-4 ends. Tighten your budget. Pay bills promptly and col- t» lect what's owed you. Give any si -'.- careful attention. Read between the lines and don't t v the fine print. Visit a neighbor or friend who's ill. £ I *«g Scorpio i Oct. 23 · Nov. 21 [ Mara i \ *! Moon signs coincide now with significant changes in 5- your feelings and attitudes. You could fall maoly in *" love. Young persons figure prominently. Whatever * occurs, you wffl go all the way or nothing. Many eyes f ] are on you and your work. Work hard. Keep busy. * | ^Sagittarius' Nov. 22· Dtc. 21 I Jupiter H | * More persons become aware of your efforts and abili- v ties now. Pressures are relieved and you concentrate * more intensely. Keep all lines of communication open. ; Be willing to let go the paast. Delve beneath the surface. You could strike pay dirt. Get priorities in order. The record cold weather this winter has caused fish suffocation in the lakes and ponds of the Forest Preserve district of Cook county. The extended cold produced an unheard of ice thickness of over 30 inches in the north and up to 25 inches in the south sections of the county. "The record ice thickness combined.with a snow covering prevented light from penetrating to the microscopic plant life which produces life-sustaining oxygen for fish survival," said George W. Dunne, president of the district's board of commissioners. "In the deeper lakes there is sufficient oxygen retained from late fall to maintain the fish until spring thaw." Another contributing factor to the fish suffocation was the lack of fall and early winter rains. As a consequence the water levels of many lakes and ponds were up to two feet below overflow at the time they froze' over. Saganashkee slough, as an example, with a maximum depth of only nine feet when it is completely full, was 14 inches low at freeze- up. With 25 .inches of ice there was only 5-feet 8 inches of water left at the deepest point. Due to its overall natural -shallowness approximately 55 per cent of the total area was frown to the/bottom. * Studies this week hive' shown that a high percentage of game fishes in Saga- nashkee slough have suffocated. The only species not observed dead have been the northern pike and the 1 "trash" species such as carp, goldfish and bullheads. The full extent of the kill will not be completely analyzed until the lake has thawed and electro fishing and netting can be carried out. This information will determine future management programs to be initiated. Other lakes, ponds "and sloughs that have had fish suffocation are Belly Deep slough, Papoose lake, Tuma lake, the Tampier marshes north of 131st St., Joe's pond, McGinnis slough, Sag Quarry 'iWest), Schiller pond and all shallow marshes associated with lakes or wildlife refuges. Some of the lakes had a complete fish kill, while others had only a few game fishes suffocate. The most hardy fishes are the bull' heads and goldfish followed in rank of decreasing hardiness by the carp, northern 'pike, crappie, sunfishes and bass. Tax double check can save money ** t. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19 I Saturn f I A week to finish rather than begin. Round oat projects and explore their full potential. Be firm in decisions but don't bum any bridges. Realize that you're planting seeds that will blossom into opportunity in the future. Self-esteem is more important than usual. I fft, Aquarius ! Jan. 20-Fob. 18 ! UranusV \ Prevailing moon signs affect your nature and feelings strangely. Your mind turns to romance and unorthodox equations. The key is to see what is actually happening, not what you wish could occur. Revise some of your plans and keep within the realm of reality. ISFueM i Feb. 19.Mar. 20 ' Self-discipline is more necessary th_ past. Hold tight to your high princi your rights. Realize that you get not! Basic security, home requirements areas which are accented.Don't sell MCNtight Syndic** 3f. ^jf-^f-i^lf in the recent and protect for nothing. ' are You might save time and money by double checking the entries on your Illinois .income tax return before you file it. Officers of the Illinois Department of Revenue, say the department each year finds thousands of dollars in overpaid taxes? most of them the result of simple math .errors. "We can correct the obvious mistakes, and when they work 10 the taxpayer's advantage, he will get credit or a" refund of any overpaid taxes we find," a department spokesman said. "But the best way for the taxpayer-to insure he has not paid more in taxes than he has to is to review his return before it's filed." The department suggests taxpayers understand the types of income to include on the return as additions and subtractions. Specific instructions on them are contained in the 1976 Illinois income tax booklet. Additions, which are entered on lines 2a through 2d of the IL-1040, the state tax return, include income not taxed by the federal government but which is taxed by Illinois. 3 Additions include: i · Income from state and municipal bonds and other ' interest not included in federal adjusted gross income. »X»6*K i ! r SAVE MARY'S SHRINE RATUJCIE JEJ SANKTUARIUM Built in 1966 by the Pauline Fathers in commemoration of Poland's millenium of Christianity, the Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, is a sister shrine to Poland's Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa. CRISIS , Because of inflation, recession, administrative failure and other factors, the American Czestochowa is now in dire financial straits with a debt of $5,000,000.00 which has to be paid almost immediately if foreclosure is to be avoided. CRUSADE As part of the National Czestochowa Trust Appeal, led by John Cardinal Krol, the Chicagoland Crusade with Bishop Alfred L Abramowicz as National Co- Chairman and Father Joseph F, Mytych as Archdiocesan Coordinator appeals for your aid -- generous aid -- sacrificing aid. Hap Save Mary's Shrine! Offer a gift now! Join thousands of other devotees of the Mother of God who have already given with sacrifice and generosity. Save the Shrine for Mary, for her children today, for coming generations tomorrow. Your generosity today will Itve for ever. Suggested Gift Plans Your Gift Donor Trustee Patron Friend Down Payment $50.00 36.00 24.00 1ZOO 36 Monthly Payments $1250 9.00 6.00 ' 3.00 Total Gift $500.00 360.00 240.00 120.00 Present your gift to your pansh priest or send to (checks payable to) -- The National Czestochowa Trust Appeal, Chicagoland Crusade, Most Rev. Alfred L Abramowicz, 4327 S. Richmond St, Chicago, !L 60632. For descriptive brochure and other information contact the Rev. Joseph F. Mytych, Archdiocesan Coordinator, 3745 S. Paulina St, Chicago, 1L 60609 (523-3410) Announcing... The Opening Of A Brand New, Complete Health Care Facility. Mayflower Pavilion Mayflower Pavilion has been carefully designed to meet the most exacting standards in every area of health care . . . comfort, a professional 'round the clock staff, recreation, every form of physical, occupational and rehabilitative therapy and special emphasis on safety. Mayflower is fully sprinklered and equipped with smoke detectors. Located near the University of Chicago, Mayflower is conveniently situated in one of th.e most culturally rich neighborhoods in Chicago. A CERTIFIED MEDICARE FACILITY 6125 South Kenwood Avenue Chicago, Illinois PHONE: 312/752-6000 consumer'information! '*-, YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND TALMAN'S CONSUMER INFORMATION PROGRAMS In order to help you with some of the important financial decisions which you may face, Talman Federal Savings and Loan Association is pleased to sponsor this series of workshops on the following significant topics. Each session is complete in itself. If you can't attend one, you may be able to attend another. HOW TO FUND A COLLEGE EDUCATION MONDAY, MARCH 21 7:00 to 9:00 PM MONDAY, APRIL 4 7'00 to 9:00 PM where to look for both private and governmental scholarships and loans... how to obtain them. HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT CONDOMINIUM MONDAY, APRIL 18 7:00 to 9:00 PM MONDAY, MAY 16 730 to 9:00 PM the pros and cons of mult-family dwellings... choosing a condominium to suit your needs. . -~ v HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR FIRST HOME MONDAY, MAY 2 7:00 to 9:00 PM MONDAY, MAY 23 730 to 9:00 PM pitfalls to avoid before you purchase... the role of the buyer, seller, and broker. All sessions will be held at the home office of Talman Federal Savings and Loan Association, 5501 South Kedzie Avenue. Each session win feature experts in these various fields who wai discuss the featured subjects and answer related questions which you might have. HOW YOU MAY ATTEND There will be no charge to attend these programs, and no reservations are necessary. Just come to Talman on the date of your choice. For additional inf oimation call Rose Sweeney at 434-3322. Home off it* SS01 S Kedzie Chicago. «. ©Q629/-«3'l-3322 TALMAN Federal Savings* Loan Association ·WSP4PER1 ·WSPAPFld

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