Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 7
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March 17, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 7

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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 CSR Page 7 Fire safety observed Fire safety is being observed at Holy Cross hospital, 2791 W. 68th st. The purpose of the safety program is to insure that quality patient care is accomplished with minimum risk, injury or loss to patient, employes or property. The program is being im- plemented through the safety committee 1 and safety security department. Informational meetings on safety topics are held each month for hospital em- ployes to familiarize them with the safety rules and regulations of the hospital and of general safety precautions. City, countyofficials hail Pulaski day , state A delegation of city, county aid state dietaries led by Aid. William 0. Liptaski (23rd), AW. John Madrzyk (13th) and Theodore Swtaur- sU, 12th ward Democratic comltteeman, were m haad when Mayor Bi- Uuriic profeaimed March 7 "Casimir Pultski day" i» the city. Atteadug the ceremonies were (from left) Upheld, Aid. Robert WiliuU (2MB), AW. Vita Manullo (25th); Hworable Ed Nedza (31st); AM. Terry Gabta- sti (32«d); AM. Stanley Zydlo (2Mb); State Rep. Walter Konibowski (D- 23rd); Bishop Alfred Abramowtez; State Sen. LeRoy Lemke (D-25th); State Sen. Norbert Koslnski (D-14th); Mayor Bilandic; AM. George Kwak (12th); SwinarsU; Ed Bogus, Archer-Brighton Park conservation council; AM. Casimir LaskowsU (35th), vice mayor; County Commissioner Matthew Kopa, Bernard PuchalsU, Ironworkers mdon official; Madrzyk; AM. Frank D. Stembeck (22nd); County Commissioner Matthew Biesczat, Polish-American Democratic organization. Lemke and KoslnsU sponsored legislation in the 78th General Assembly to designate the first Monday in March as a commemorative holiday honoring Revolutionary war hero Gen. Casimir PnlasU, a native of Poland, who saved Gen. George Washington at the Battle of Brandywine. Gurie corner Curie is proud to announce that Jill Pribyl and Ralph Scotese were portfolio key finalists in the national Hallmark Art contest. *** Root studio photographers will be at the school today for senior retakes. These portraits are lot personal use and are not for the yearbook. Interested seniors can make an appointment in room 246. Mrs. Joan Pintozzi, sponsor of the Italian club, has announced tickets are on sale for the club's concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the boys' gyms. The band will be MR Rush. Tickets, at $2.50 a person, can be purchased in the math office, or at the door. Applications are available from /senior counselors for the Mayor Daley Youth foundation scholarship. The deadline for submitting completed application is 2 p.m. Friday, March 25. *** Oscar McBeen, History club sponsor, is asking that students who have signed for or are interested in the Washington-Maryland-New York tour during the spring break meet with him for final instructions, information and confirmation. *** Congratulations to Juul Bartholomew and his chess team which has qualified for a playoff spot for the fourth consecutive time. Dr. John P. Gelsomino, assistant principal, has announced announced Curie will present,the TUNED-IN program Friday in conjunction, with the Pepsi-Cola company. HocW 3300 461 q m coating aria bg J230 ModlKOOO 702 19 n. cooking area bg {360 Ouhloer cooking i§ a gat with a Chormglow grttt MoMlOOO ss.- mo look 01 *·*· BTHI kehlftl · BroJ foau boc bwl-v« oil y9V · IV iradwm lo. tCal cocnolM Inol · HigMew bvrtwr dcwgn for M" htoiing · Wtaltor oroot no-rv*» eon eluitwium · Un "OWol or bpd proem m M tiw $MO 25% How's Your Hearing? Chicago, 111.--A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced b\ Bel- tone. A non-operatinp model of the smallest Beltone aid of its kind will be pheii absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Send for this non-oper- tmp model, put it on anil uear it in the |ri\ac\ of vour own home. ^Rhilo mam people with a liear- inp los.* will not recenr an\ significant benefit from anv hearin;; aid. thi- non-Morkiii}! model will ··how \ou how tin\ hearing help can be. and it 1 * \ours to keep, free. The actual aid weigh* less than a third of an ounce, ami it's all at ear level, in one unit. These models are free, so we suggest vou write for \oiirs now. Again, \ve repeat, there is no cost, and certainlv no obligation. Thousands have al- readv been mailed, so write today to Dept.2387 Beltone Electronics Corp., . 310 S. 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Over 150 pairs of draperies made up from our - made .to measure and custom fabric in-stock collection. Assorted sizes and fabrics including f. solid tones and patterns. Bring your measure- jments. Measure width of rod plus 12" for total , width: top of rod down to desired length. Shop V. early for best selection. ASSORTED MARTEX FASHION SHEETS AT 40% TO 50% SAVINGS! All first quality no-iron percales, ISO-count Dacron* polyester and cotton blend. Pillowcases, package of 2 were 7.50 to 8.50, 3.99. Twin size were 8.00 to 9.00, 3.99. Full size were 9.50 to 10.50, 5.99. Queen size were 14.00 to 15.00, 8.99. King size were 17.00 to 19.00, 10.99. TOWELS, TOWELS AND MORE TOWELS AT 50% SAVINGS! If you missed our Warehouse Sale, here's another chance to save 50% on towels: face, hand, bath, even some bath sheets. Many patterns and colors. Sale also on bed and bath rugs. Good selection of sizes and shapes. Savings on bath accessories, too! Soap dish, tumbler, toothbrush holder. ASSORTED WASHABLE BEDSPREADS AT 30% TO 50% SAVINGS! By Martex, Whiting and Heritage and all at substantial savings. Machine washable fabrics. Twin size were 31,00 to 45.00, 19.99. Full size were 35.00 to 57.00, 24,99. Queen size were 45.00 to 69.00, 29.99, King size were 55.00 to 82.00, 34.99. Great selection. Shop early. ,**·!· · EWSPAPKKI

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