Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 5
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 CSR Page 5 f! De La Salle sets freshman event "Terzich, Lipinski meet seniors '.;;St»te Rep. Robert Tenkh (D-25th) and Aid. William 0. U- r piiski (23rd) meet with setter citizens cmb represeata- ' .fives to discuss the weed for ai education! program to hv "form seniors of available services. Meeting at Archer Park were (left ef table) Mary Voss, «58 W. 55th st; J»- ! da PaMak, 4911 S. Tripp; Joseph PimW, 5135 S. Massak soil; Joseph Strava, 4853 S. Lamon; and (standing, from ior citizen housing, the need for more local clubs and bow to inform seniors of advantages such as tax relief and Chicago Transit authority and Regional Transportation authority passes. . It was gnerally agreed that some type of educational program be enacted throughout the ward so ·.".'State Rep. Robert Terzich ; =)1 ([p-25th) and Aid. William ._, Ov Lipinski (23rd) met with TM representatives of senior ;,,,,cj(tizens organizations to dis- .LCUSS a. plan of cooperation .;.-among seniors and their ,,, ..clubs in the 23rd ward. -i LPiscussed were the city -r nutrition program and how -,.,.M, might be expanded, sen- Renewal rites at ilteformecl church second in a series of [^Christian renewal Lenten ^ services will be held at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday at the Mt. Greenwood Reformed : -' 'Church 3MB W. lllth st. u^-irhe RCV. John Maasen, "''"field secretary of the Chicago synod of the Reformed church, will speak on "Oaks of Righteousness," based on Isaiah 61:3-5. Pastor Maasen attended : ~ Hope college, and Western ''"Theological seminary in !;; Holland, Mich. """'He helped start Calvary r '"" Reformed church io Des- 0 -"Moines and also served ·· ·* churches in Hingham, Wis.; 'T'Kalamazoo; Palmyra, N. .^i 22. - ;.-- . ·· .- - -" - : rr».r, ¥., and Holland. He works out of the Re-formed church's midwest regional office in Lansing. Music for the services will be presented by the Faith Singers, which include Robert Piersma, Lockport; Betty Mooi, Martin Deblecourt, and Janet Huizenga, all of Alsip, and Barbara and Harry Dyke, of Oak Forest. JoAnn Bebe- lecourt is their accompanist Robert Piersma will lead the opening song service, with Clarica Piersma at the organ and Sue Toppen at the piano. %oth Clarica and Sue are from Alsip. ^Chamber concert .,, ,,._ Music of two Polish com- ^.r^ oosers will be featured in a J- free Chicago Chamber or- ."^jchestra concert at 3:30 p.m. 'I'.March 20 in the Museum of ;«^Science and Industry, 57th .'", st. and S. Lake Shore dr. ",Mi,J "Dance Preludes" by Wi; ;tpld Lutoslawski and "Di'. "Itxertiments" by Feliks Jan.;, 3pcwicz wffl be heard in the second half of the concert .'_" Juring the first half, Dieter Kober will conduct the orchestra in Mozart's "Fantasy for a Musical Clock," K608, and the "Brandenburg concerto No. 1 in F major" by Johann Sebastian Bach. The museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekends and holidays. I6oco£oco 9 s · SUPPER CLUB in the : CONDESA DEL MAR ··olu ; 2-foM DINNERS · AND SHOW · ANY TIME 7 P.M. TO 2 A.M. j SUN., TUES., WED., THURS. A Order from Special Menu And Stay 0 For The Show · No Cover Charge · NOW PLAYING- · THRU APRIL 3 ' ; FREDDIE BELL · OPENING APRIL S THRU APRIL 10 · AL MORGAN · All IN COCO LOCO'S SUPPER CLUB ^B* jm * m _ * *. - -' ·4 BOB HOPE "WoHd't No. 1 Crf»*n" DiNNBt A SHOW $25 up «4r I*-I7-f« Co// for Reservations '»U#« .-ltfi. · · · t 371- BANQUETS from *6.95 CICERO AVE. at I22nd left) Edward Nepyjoda, Upinski's ward senior cittzei rep- reseitative; Seymour Samson, ward special service officer; Kay McDomaW, ward program chairman; Llpiaski uri Tenich. Seated to right of table are Mrs. a»d Mr. Edward Sleichert, Wentworth Park Senior Citizens; and Ciar- ewe Betan, 5»tt W. 3rd pi.. "The Sacraments of the Church" is the theme of the third annual freshman day of recollection Friday at De La Salle institute, 3455 S. Wabash ave.. This event marks the only day of the year devoted exclusively to freshmen and their projects. Bro. Richard Kelly, F.S.C., coordinator of the day, announced that more projects would be presented than ever before, with a record number of students, faculty, staff and administrators participating. Three hundred twenty freshmen will present proects concerning the sacramental life of the Christian church. Presentations will take place from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m., and a para-liturgical service will conclude the morning's activities at noon. Bro. Amedy Kelly, F.S.C., religion department chair- more seniors, especially those not belonging to clubs, be advised how to take advantage of services offered. Another meeting is slated to enlarge on the proposals where Lipinski will offer a plan to reach out to all sen- iors, especially shut-ins and 'those without transportation. Two members of the Rhine post VFW spoke to the group concerning benefits available to veterans and agreed to- work with seniors on that issue. man, has invited the students' parents to join them for the day's activities in the main gymnasium. The religion department of the institute hopes to foster a greater understanding of today's church in the post-councilar world through the cooperation of young and old. The first of these events was held three years ago under the supervision of Bro. Joseph Boggio, F.S.C., who now serves as director of formation, Central States Province of the Christian Brothers. Church sets up library Walt Disney, Dr. Seuss, space, sports and Bible stories are some of the types of books available at the Children's Memorial library of Bethany Union church, 1750 W. 103rd st. 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