Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 12
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March 10, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 12

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 9, J977 Twelve Purdue pupils honored Twelve local students sre among 3,779 Purdue university students who have received distinguished-student ranking for the first semester of the 1976-77 school year. The local residents are: Paul Edward Susz, 3820. W. 57th pi., Chicago; Janice Sue Foca, 6256 W. 64th pi., Chicago; Timothy Casimir Kasper, 10139 S. Turner, Evergreen Park; Loralei Ann Zwitt, 9222 Mozart, Evergreen Park; Debra J. Bums, 9756 S. Winchester, Chicago; Peter Fahrenwald, 10700 S. Seeley ave., Chicago, Linda Therese Romano, 10330 S. Seeley, Chicago. Joseph Gerald Franzone, 4107 W. 82nd St., Chicago; John Andrew Luta, 7938 S. Troy, Chicago; James Francis Becka, 3958 W. 109th st, Chicago; and John Basil. Enjoy the journey FEDDERS IFLEXHERMETIC ii INTRODUCING. By UN M. CHAPMAN, MINISTER , (Morgu Park Baptist dmrch, Chicago), The other day-1 was speaking with a young man who had achieved prominence in his profession. In the course of our conversation he spoke of his determination to make more money and to become a-greater success. Then, with a tinge of sadness in his voice, he said, "In fact, if I do not make more money, my wife will reject me." For a moment I was hesitant to intrude into the pain ot that statement. It was as if he were saying, "unless I perform and produce, I will be dismissed." Such a mood permeates our society. The great god of American life is usefulness. Unless a building has current value, it is torn down. History is of little consequence. Whenever a person reaches 65 years of age, he is put out to pasture. He has lived beyond bis prime. It is not surprising that a deep sense of anxiety saturates American life. We never know from one moment to the next when we will become unnecessary and unwanted. '·Given our society's estimate of our worth, it is difficult r for us to accept God's evaluation of our lives. We fully expect our Heavenly Father to be as judgmental and punitive as the society of which we are a part. But that is not the case. God's love for each one of us is not determined by how well we perform or to what extent we achieve. Rather, it Is based upon what God is and who we are. z Karl Earth, a European theologian, was asked what ESP Irene Model #CKCO25B7A 24.500 B.T.U. E.E.R. rating of 8.6 other models up to 60,000 BTU'S ...the modern, reliable way to keep comfortably cool all ·summer long ...at lower cost for every home CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE ESTAB. "1946" GUY HEATING SERVICE 599-8866 SUBURBS OR 735-2343 CHICAGO Now that we're getting some mild days between the storms and cold, we can begin our plans for spring- summer. Spring will be somewhat hot--so in late March and eaily April we'll have some hot days--but violent storms at the end of April and May. Governments across the world are in dramatic changing patterns. In my Sept. 23, 1976, column I mentioned trouble would break out in Tanzania. It has. There'll be many other government rulers in jeopardy and great difficulty personally this year--West Germany's leader; Park Dung Hee of South Korea; Suharto of Indonesia; Marcos of the Philippines, who will probably lose in any election this year; Hirihito of Japan will, I predict be in physical danger in the. fall and will exit from power. About the same time, I predict Gen. Augusto Pino- chet Ugarte of Chile will flee for his life. It's my psychic' impression that attempts on the lives of Markarios of Greece and Fidel-Castro this year will happen, and, I have already predicted that ' Castro will be replaced with someone else. x Letters "How true is it that there will be great waves in Lake Michigan this year? 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However, I wouldn't worry about it. was the most important truth be had ever learned. This scholarly man, whose abilities and achievements were monumental, replied, "When I was in Sunday school, I learned the song, 'Jesus loves me! this I know, For the Bible-tells me so.' That's the most important thing I ever learned." , t To live with the assurance that we are loved by God is the most important truth any one of us can learn. It can set us free from those forces which make us less than we are. It can liberate us to become what we desire. A young mother was stung and hurt when her little girl angrily shouted, "I don't love you anymore!" The mother groped for the right answer. "Never mind," she said simply, "I love you enough for both of us." This seemed to take care of the situation at the time, but she did not realize how well until the day when her younger child cried, "I don't love you, Mommy." At this the big sister spoke quickly. "Never'mind. Mommy has love enough for everybody. She will fill you up again." , Such is the size and the quality of God's love. He loves us even when we don't love ourselves and can't love others. He loves us even when we feel unwanted and unacceptable. He loves us and fills us up when we feel empty. It is when we'accept the love of God into the depths of our being that we can become our best selves. Jesus once told of a man who was possessed by a demon. As time passed, he got rid of the demon and gloried in his newfound freedom. But then seven demons entered Ms life and placed him under a new bondage! Jesus' point was simple. You and I will be filled "with something. As nature abhors a vac- cum, so does toe human soul. We cannot remain empty. Either we will be filled with the good things of life or we will be captivated by evil. Do you want to be free from the negative forces of life? Focus on God's love for you. Do you desire freedom from the destructive powers which surround you? Trust God's unconditional acceptance of you. Do you wish to become your best self? Let God love you. paper lace i 3M1 W. tSth SL SPAPLRJTJ SM-1MC around? With no car it was hard to get around. Now, with an RTA Transfer, Sheila and I can go anywhere for 6W each. The park, shopping, the suburbs. We get around. Thanks, RTA. I play these guys out in the suburbs. After school, Saturday, you know. Well, with an RTA Transfer, I just pay once. For 60? I get to the game, play, and come home. And my ma doesn't have to i drive me. Thanks, RTA. Now you can really get around. The RTA Transfer is good in the city and suburbs. It brings together suburban bus companies throughout RTA land with the CTA. You can ride on Suburban Transit, NOR- TRAN, West Towns and South Suburban Safeway Lines. You can travel in Aurora, Joliet, Elgin, Waukegan,*Wilrnette, Des Raines, Park Ridge, plus other local systems and all CTA trains and buses. And you can trade your RTA Transfer for a CTA transfer and vice-versa. How the RTA Transfer can save you money. You pay one fere instead of two, three or more. For 60?* you can ride on any RTA line whether it's the Chicago "L" or a suburbani»us. There's no distance limit. Only a rime limit of a few hours. Be sure and get your transfer when you pay your basic fare. 1 "VC'nh Jhc cvccpmTn « certain prwrawm fare Jjncs Fwicn«votiwrns diilJren, Jhc handKarrcd and Mwdem«. with appr»v3 R PA idcnHficatn'in, Jll few. arc !WCT. This RTA Transfer's great. Used to cost me tvvoTares to get to my job. Now I pay my 60f and change buses as often as I need to. I really get around. Thanks, RTA. A free booklet to tell you more. A booklet that explains the RTA Transfer in detail is yours free. Just call 836-7000 (Chicago). Suburbs call toll-free: 800-972-7000. Or write RTA Transfer Booklet, 300 N. State St., Chicago 60610. We're getting there. 't S J lEWSPAPKRJ

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