Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 9
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 9

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 un nge Happenings in the suburbs Cheer squads via Saturday [A lam - School dis- tft 12J Supt. Douglas C. IrGugan was given a $MN pay increase by the Mol board one week after * successful passage of a K hike by voters in a ref- jendum. McGugan and tool officials have defend- d!tbe raise. x 1 fliomas V. Powell won he endorsement of the Oak U'wn police union in the ta£e for Oak Lawn mayor. Powell and his opponents, Village Clerk Ernest Kolb land Trustee Harold Bacon; appeared before the union to! answer questions and impromptu inquiries from the i membership. ftirbaik - Martin F. Krett, deputy fire chief of Buibank since 1962, was sworn in Wednesday night at the city's new fire chief, succeeding Andrew Kartell, who died last week. lEvergnea Park - Mayoral 1 challenger E. Jack Schuster has issued a challenge for a public debate witt Us opponent, Mayor Antony Vacco. ' The village board voted 42 U send a letter to eighth district state legislators asking for an investigation tat» the proper duties of the Northeastern Illinois Plan commission. Village officials want the state legislature to spell out the duties of me, which they feel is overstepping its bounds. BmetMra - The village hai agreed to enter into a proposed suit challenging a tl per cent water rate in- cnase imposed on suburbs by Chicago. · ibtp - Members of the Aliip Park board have been Shirply criticized by six candidates who are seeking pc ts on the board. The in- tumbents have been . cbuged with political bicker Bg and poor administrator ; MM HfflB - The possibility of Palos Hills receiving feieral assistance for the construction of a civil de- febe emergency operations Citer is "on again," ac- coding to Civil Defense Co- o^inator John Jordan. ; Iitttee - Two firemen re- sionding to a call that arned out to be a false alarm were injured when their fire truck was struck broadside by an automibile at the intersection of Archer and Cork aves. Bridgevtew - Charles Phelan, an independent candidate for the clerk's office in Bridgeview, will challenge a village ordinance that bans the use of political signs. Savunit - A Summit club where two persons were arrested on prostitution charges last month has apparently closed down. The owner of the building, which housed the Beaver Palace, 7442 S. Archer ave., said that the operators of the club have apparently taken their business elsewhere. Hickory Hills After arguing for two months over the · idea of having a city manager and getting nowhere.^ Mayor Stephen Flowers and the Hickory Hills aldermen are now caught in a battle over two proposals dealing with the city's water service. Oak Forest - A summer school program for students in Arbor Park School district 145 may be in jeopardy this year because of new guidelines set by the state under the Title I program grant. OrUad Park i - Orland Park fire district trustees have chosen not to deviate from previous plans to acquire a one-acre site at 151st st. and 80th ave for a firehouse. Homewood - Citizens told their village board again that they object to a takeover of the Homewood bus service operation by the Regional Transportation Authority. Eighty feet of sand has already been cleared from the bottom of the well, located near the Thornton public works garage, and the well will be extended with wrought iron casing 50 feet deeper. Calumet City - Two Hammond men were being held for questioning in connection with armed robberies in Calumet City, Hammond and Munster. Bine Island - A committee to review salaries for elected officials was formed by the city council. Mayor Richard Withers said the committee would be charged with the responsibility of reviewing the salaries and fringe benefits of the mayor, city clerk, city treasurer and aldermen. Midlothian - Some 25 concerned citizens appeared before the Midlothian Village board to protest the board's proceedings on a pre-annexation agreement for 12 and a half acres west of the village. Tinley Park - Construction is expected to begin this summer on a 1,000-car parking lot and a commuter shelter for users of the Rock Island railroad. Country Club Hills The Country Club Hills/Hazel- Crest Library board has been informed the city intends to purchase the district's Civic center property. Mayor Bilandic has announced that 210 teams, representing 2,500 students from the city's public, parochial and private schools, will participate in the Mayor Daley Memorial cheerleading contest beginning Saturday at Whitney Young park, 210 S. Loomis st. The contest will continue Sunday and March 26-27 and April 2-3 at thespark, starting at 10 a.m. each day. In announcing that 160 elementary and 50 high school teams will compete in the first six days of the contest, Bilandic said that "this tremendous response to the first citywide cheerleading contest is another illustration of Mayor Da- ley's deep understanding of the recreational needs of the youth of our city. "This new program was conceived by him shortly before his death to provide Chicago youngsters with the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and enthusiasm as cheerleaders." The sectional competition for the elementary schools will open Saturday with north side teams and continue with central section competition Sunday, southeast section March 26 and Southwest March 27. The championship contest will take place April 2 and the elementary finals April 3. ~"_ Southwest section teams include Assumption BVM, 12242 S. Parnell ave.; St. Barnabas, 10121 Longwood dr.; St. Bede the Venerable, 4420 W. 83rd st.; Blair, 6751 W. 63rd pi.; Bond, 7050 S. May st., and Bunche, 6515 S. Ashland ave. Also, St. Cajetan, 1445 W. 112th st.; St. Catherine of Genoa, 11756 S. Lowe ave.; Cook, 8150 S. Bishop st.; Copernicus, 6010 S. Throop st.; Gompers, 12302 S. State st.; Jackson, 917 W. 88th st.; Joplin, 7931 S. Honore st; St. Killian elementary, 8748 S. Aberdeen st., and St Mary's, 137th and Leyden. Also, St. Mary Star of the Sea, 6424 S. Kenneth ave.; Morgan, 8407 S. Kerfoot ave.; St. Nicholas of Tolen- tine, 3731 W. 62nd St.; Sts. Pete and Paul. 12231 S. Em- erald ave.; Queen of Martyrs, 3550 W. 103rd st., and Queen of Universe, 7130 S. Hamlin ave. Area schools competing in the Central section in- clude.St. Jane De Chantal, 5201 S. McVicker ave.; St. Joseph's, 4818 S. Paulina ave.; St. Michael's 1949 W. 48th st.; Nightingale, 5250 S Rockwell st. Area high school teams include Began, 3*39 W. 79th st.; Curie, 4959 S. Archer ave.; Gage Park, 5630 S. Rockwell st.; Harper, 6520 S. Wood st.; Hubbard, 6200 S. Hamlin ave.; Kelly, 4136 S. California ave.; Kennedy, 6325 W. 56th st.; Luther High school South, 3130 W. 87th st.; , and Maria, 6727 S. California ave. Morgan Park. 1744 W. Pryor ave. A r.ii Villag YOUR PROMOTIONAL DEPARTMENT STORE SAVING ·V- ··· f . EE1 mmmSmm Most merchandise at reduced prices. Some special purchases; some regular prices. - The village board is expected to address a petition entered in ' 1976 for the annexation of some 55 acres of farmland adjacent to the southeast side of the village. Flossmoor - A re-organization of ranks in the Flossmoor volunteer fire department was approved by the village board. Thornton - The village will have to pay $9,688 to restore to working order one of its two usable wells. tylarist mothers fashion show Bringing a "Gypsy Cara- vm" to Marist High school, » W. 115th st, is the goal the general chairwoman and committee members the Marlst Mothers club, ito gathered recently to coordinate ideas and final- tor their annual and fashion show. "Gypsy Caravan" will be sented at the school 19 at noon. A buffet will be catered by D'Masti's. This will be Mowed by a fashion show by Fashion Post n, of Orland Park, and I. Himmel and Sons Furriers featuring Marist moms as models. Decorations will also create the gypsy mood. The grand awards include $150, cash and luggage, a 12-inch television set, an oil painting, a liquor basket, $50 cash and other prizps. GoRdesa del Mar presents PnCM DHMMfS 2 for ML K.CM4IBS 24*1 SWHXSH MEATBALLS 24*1 1MB) SWISS STEAK 24*1 CHOPPED SIRLOIN STiAK 24*1 QKXENKIEV 24*1 BAKE) SHOUT OS 24*1 CHEFS CHOICE; StUcfien of Two of the Abovv Knows on ·och of Two Nionti, TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS AND SALADBAR IS INCLUDED IN MAIN DINING ROOM Includes FASHION SHOW On Tutsdoys and Thursdays 7 p.m. Reservations Required 995-1000 NOW THRU APRIL 3 FREDDIE BELL hi Coco lace's Suppar Club BOB HOPE WILL BE HWE MAY 16-17-18 Dinner Show *25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. Save $3 16.99 Reg 1999 Proctor-Silex Toaster . Makes 4 slices of perfect toast 1 Chrome finish #T538W Small Appliance Dept ORTHO GARDEN FOODS 19.88 Spec/a/ Value! AM/FM/CB Portable Radio Receives 40 CB channels' L.E D tuning indicator #1935 Audio Dept Save $3 18.99 Reg. 21.99 Waring 7-Speed Blender 8 convenient pushbuttons 5-cup pitcher White gold #411 Small Appliance Dept Super Value! 15% OFF Regular Prices Aluminum Step Ladder . 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