Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 13
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March 10, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 13

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·"-·a-' 1 *'/,».*»£·',, Economist Newspapers. Wednesday, March 9,1977 CSR Page 13 I i t Happenings in the suburbs Palos - Police discovered the body of a man burned If yond recognition in a car perked near 121st and Wolf rjl , Thursday morning. Medical examiners were checking dental charts in an ajtempt to establish his identity i Bedford Park - A firefighters union will not be recognized by Bedford Park, according to action taken at a village board Meeting. · Worth - Officials are considering the updating of an djd village ordinance concerning the sale and control ot firearms. jWesthaven - Officials have given their approval for the village's application for community block devel- Curtain club.* sets comedy SLeonard Wibberley's comedy, "The Mouse That Roared" will be presented by the Empehi Curtain club March 11 and 12 in Blackwelder hall of Morgan Park ffigh school, 1744 W. Pryor ave .Starring Laura Jackson as Glonana the Twelfth and Ed Prendergast as Tully Bascom, the play is produced and directed by Peggy Jackson; a member of the English faculty, who also serves as advisor to the Empehi News. A special benefit performance at 7 30 p.m. Sunday, March 13, will be presente for hhe Nursuit of Exeel- lence Fund which is administered by the Morgan Park High school community council. Curtain time Friday and Saturday nights is at 8. | Tickets are $2.50 and may be purchased at the school, or from cast members. Benefit performance tickets, in return for a $7.50 contribution to the hPursuit of Excellence Fund may be obtained by contacting Doris Moulton (239-2377), Beth Jensen (779-1006), Arlene Zielke (2337553) or Sue Delves (445-5806) Parents meet opment grants for a community center and park, following an informal public hearing. Oak Lawn - A representative of the federal mediation service has contacted Oak Lawn firefighters and Village Manager Richard O'Neill, offering the agency's services to a vert-a strike set for Friday. · A lawsuit which seeks to force officials to fssue building permits for a K Mart shopping center at 95th and Pulaski rd. was continued to March 30. Bnrbank - Facing the possibility of having the objec- 'tioiis to his slate's nominating petitions upheld, Aid. Gordon Driscoll is considering the possibility of run- ning for mayor of Burbank as a write-in candidate Alsip - Officials from the Alsip Park district will meet with investigators from the state's attorney's office to discuss three thefts from the district's offices which occurred during the last month and-a-half Crestwood Mayor Ches ter Stranczek has asked the fire department to take steps to reduce false "box" fire alarms, following a report that showed nearly half of the calls responded to last month were false alarms Tinley Park - Officials have instituted a crackdown on two areas of fire safety hazards within the village Jeff Tock, director of community development, resigned Monday Effective Aug l, Tock says he will leave his responsibilities in the village's building department to attend the Chicago Kent Law school full- time Orland Park - A battle for local say so concerning landfill sites is once again brewing in Springfield, with landfill opponents optimistic over the outcome Country Club Hills The district 1 160 school board has voted to hold a special election for an $800,000 bond referendum for school additions. Slated for May 21, the bond issue will ask residents to approve $800,000 of an estimated $1.1 million needed for construction of additions to all three district schools. As the result of concern expressed by residents over the safety of children walking to district 160 schools, the city council has agreed to pay for an addition crossing guard Dolton - Because Chicago has boosted water rates to suburban communities by 21 per cent, Dolton property owners will have to accept a hike in their water rates in the near future. Fete Leo's Jerry Lyne at dinner March 18 Jerry Lyne, a former high school and college basketball star and head coach at Loyola university, will be honored along with 20 youngsters at the park district's annual Junior Citizen banquet at 6:30 p.m Fn day, March 18, in the Conrad Hilton hotel The 20 youngsters are winners of area Junior Citizen contests and are seeking the title of park district "Junior Citizen of the Year " One boy and one girl, ail high school juniors and seniors, will be chosen. Lyne, a native Chicagoan and a product of the park- system, is being honored as the district's "Athlete of the Year." Lyne played for Little Flower Grammar school and Leo High school and Loyola university, and was captain of the 1955-56 Rambler team Lyne returned to Loyola after graduation' and received a master's degree in education in 1971. He is ac- tive each summer in the park district youth programs. The 20 youngsters seekjng the Junior Citizen title have won local and area contests since Dec. 1. The two winners will each receive a $100 U.S. Savings bond. They will represent the park district against winners of other youth agencies for the title "Chi cago Junior Citizen of the year" and a $2,000 scholarship. " $75, Cash Refunds Direct From General ~ Electric STORES POLAROID L*HP C*ME*U POLAROID SUPER-SHOOTER LAND 1Q99 CAMERA IT T wi^m.; at Byrne Byrne Parents and Teachers' club will meet at 1.15 pm. Thursday, March 17, in the school auditorium, 5329 S. Oak Park ave. Miss Camille Fudala from Merle Norman in Ford City will display and demonstrate products. She will select a person from the audience to demonstrate the correct way to apply makeup. After the program the social committee will serve refreshments, and a door prize will be awarded. 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