Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 8

Chicago, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 17, 1977
Page 8
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

Page 8 CSR Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 JERRY F. MAGOLD PATRICK A. MULKA PATRICK MURPHY JAY SLATTERY Honor area Eagle Scouts Friday Twenty-six area Eagle Scouts will be among 150 of the city's outstanding teenagers honored FHiday at a luncheon at the Conrad Hilton hotel for having earned scouting's highest award. The Chicago Area council, Boy Scouts of America, will honor the Eagle Scouts at its annual recognition luncheon. The area Eagles are: Kevin C. Benes, 5414 S. Nottingham; Richard A. Bieser, 6150 S. Mozart Jeffery S. Brambora, 5340 S. Mobile; Jeffery J. Burger, 3400 W. 72nd st.; Jim F. Byron Jr., 5724 S. Mayfield, and Larry Cekal, 5121 S. Oak Park. Also, Russell K. Cernick, 5807 W. 59th St.; David J. Dinovo, 5815 S. 59th st.;- Gene Evans, 8541 S. Keating; Patrick Foley, 6153 S. Natoma, and Dan GunneH, 11230 S. Throop. Also, John D. Healey, 6337 S. Kilbourn; David F. Hoogland, 9928 S. Hoyne; John A. Jurcenko Jr., 1945 W. 48th st; Joseph Kipka, 3845 S. Damen, and Ricky E. Lawrence, 10440 S. Lawndale. Also, Jerry F. Magold, 3740 W. 87th st; Richard C. Marback, 4619 S. Komensky; . Patrick A. Mulka, 12539 S. Princeton; Patrick Murphy, 8525 S. Kolin, and Robert F. Nemec Jr., 4936 S: Winchester. Also, Ronald R. Payne, 4415 S. Francisco; Terrence Petry, 3758 W. 82nd St.; Mark Shadrick, 5468 S. Ridgewood; Jay Slattery, 8547 S. Kilpatrick, and Troy A. Smith, 8642 S. Kilpatrick. William Fetridge, vice president of the Boy Scouts of America and chairman of the board, the Dartnell corporation, will deliver the challenge to the class. Each boy being honored for earning his Eaele award has been active in scouting for m re than two years. He has earned at least 24. merit 'badges his dedicated duty to. God, to his country and to his community. ' ; ' . '· · The Eagle Scout also will meet with .Mayor Bilandic in his city hall office;' . IN OUT FOOD 4 LIQUOR STORE 63rd oak park (6754 West) 586-0546 OPEN 6:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. 991 $599 RC COLA 8-16 Oz. Btl. RetumableBtl.' OLD STYLE SOLO BY CASE ONLY 24-12 Oz. Cans SCHLITZ 24-12 Oz. Cans SOLD BY CASE ONLY ......... ^S 29 BUDWEISER 24-12 Oz. Cans -SOLD BY CASE ONLY *5 W SCOn PETERSEN MINCE MEAT M» lb KRAKUS POLISH HAM v . . . MILK Reg. Homog. or 2% SALE WED. 16th to SUN. 2Oth Gal. Be 3t Ever So :#: Yes,wehave mortgage money-but there is a limit to the size home well Iinaiiee.You understand, of course. We don't really expect too many requests for financing the type ; home shown here, but with today's mortgage rates favoring the [ buyer we do anticipate being of service to many of our neighbors.''*;; At Evergreen Savings our home mortgage experts will be most ; happy to discuss ypur new home loan needs, or your financial requirements for home improvements. So, if you are planning to build, buy or remodel your own Taj Mahal, give our mortgage department a call... p^ stop in at T either our Evergreen Park or Country ClubHills,; full service offices B^ERGREEN E3 S/MNGS FnU-Service Facilities · '{· . 9950 South Ktdzie Avwiue, EvwgrMfl Park, Minols-Ttt. 424-2800 18130 South Crawford Avenut. Country Chib Hillt, mnota-Tcl. 957-1050 Mon. Fri. SAM to SPM-Tues. Thurs. 9AM to 4PM Sat. 9AM to 1PM-Wed. No Business Transacted ^ :. Drive-up/Walk-np Facilities _' ·IffV 10200 South Kwlzfe, Brtrgrttn Park Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri. 9AM to 8PM Wed. Sat 9AM to 3PM 18130 South Crawford, Country Club Hills Mon. Fri. 9AM to SPM-Tues. Thurs. 9AM to 7PM Wed. 9AM to 3PM-Sat. 9AM to 1PM SPIEGEL 10:30-5*1 TUES, WED, SAT.; 10:30-730 THUR, FRI. CLOSED SUN, MON. 1105 W. 35THST. (IN THE HEART \OFBRIDGEPORT) CLOSEOUT PRICES ON FASHIONS! HOME FURNISHINGS! CATALOG OVERSTOCKS APPLIANCES! AUTO ACCESSORIES! SAVE 40% AND MORE! SAVE t u S 49% No-Iron Throw Style BEDSPREADS Brown or Blue Counlry Morning PrinS TWIN FULL SAVE TU S 43% s?rv 65* Terry Uned TRAINING PANTS WAS^tf Gtrte Cotton Combed BRIEFS WAS 50 C {LIMIT 6~OA CUSTOMER) LIMITED QUANTITIES SAVE S 4.50 ^ DAYS ONLYf WED. THRU SAT. MAR. 19th SAVE TU S 60% on Famous Name Brand SHEETS by PACIFIC.BURLINGTONUPEPPERELL percales/muslin, flats fitted assorted colors, solids, stripes prints. UP SAVE TU S 49% WRANGLER MEN'S WESTERN CUT Taoered tegs. 5 oocKet DENIM JEANS ! 8 MENSNOIRONPOPUN With soil-release WORKPANTS WASA9T WORK SHIRTS WASJktT YOU/? CHOICE UP SAVE TO 72% i»v »A SAVE S 9.98 TWIN FULL QUEEN IKING Values to 4.99 6.49 8.99 11.99 NOW! $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 LADIES SHOES VALUES T014.93 S 5 VALUES TO 24.99 S 7 ·PILLOWCASES PKG. of 2 NOWJ , [REGULAR V '*«* T ° 4.39 $1.50« .KING v "»« 7 » 4,98 $2,00] Ladies JUMPSUITS Red or White/Green WASJ+9* SAVE $ 59.00 MAN'S DELUXE GENUINE LEATHER COAT WAS14MKT S 90 SAVE $1.99 Big Girts, sizes 7-1 4. pink or preen SAVE $1.98 7 PC. Blue Auto Shaped CORDIAL SET WAS9T «2 SAVE $2.98 3 PC. Wooden PLAQUE SET WAS4*9f $2 SAVE $2:98 2 % Q! Wood Look Plastic ICE BUCKET WAS*9f*2 SAVE $11 .95 2 PC. Authentic Earty ATnerican Solid Brass HURICANE LAMP SET (UM/T1) WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMTT QUANTITIES · ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE * CASH AND CARRY SALES ONLY- AT THESE LOW CLOSEOUT PRICES WE CAN ACCEPT NO CREDIT OR BANK CARD SALES. WE WILL TAKE NO CHECKS OR ACCEPT LAYAWAYS. NO TELEPHONE OR MAIL ORDERS. I 4 -5 3 iWSPAPEEl

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page