Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 13
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 13

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 16.1977 fCinderella' to open -,»*·*»- · . ' ,-. 16 at Xavier are underway :«· St. Xavier college, 3700 'Wr ! 103rd st., for a spring presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderel- lir:to be presented by the jtnsic department and the Theater n Drama guild. ,. The musical fairy tale :;wffl'be, performed April 16, .-17;-22 and 23 in McGuire Kail; There will be evening /.performances at 8:15 p.m. on these four nights. Mati- iowes will be held at 2 p.m. 'SSCApril 16 and 22. "^Staging the lead roles will -*e: Christy Kohs, Oak For- ·j*Jf8ti-; as Cinderella; Terry Stefan, Ashburn, prince; ^Maurice McNicholas, Bev- ££fjy; king; Julie Sadlick, La £Brange, /and Mary Beth l^pjite, Portia and joy, the ^stepsisters. jjii^lso, Anna Ortigara, .Tin- ^ler.Park, queen; Sue Blsz- v-eJtski,"Ashburn, Plume Lady (Fairy. Godmother); Dave Adamonis, Oak Lawn, herald; Bill Crowley, Oak Lawn, chamberlain; Karl Krueger, Oak Lawn, steward; Tom Tumino, Merrionette Park,/chef, and Mark Peterson, Oak Lawn, courtier. Appearing as townspeople and singing in the. chorus will be: Barb Buba, Debbie Wagers, Bob Pikula, all of Chicago's Ashburn area; Sue Elliott and Joe Collins, Beverly; Robbie and Laurie Poe, Morgan Park; Barb Daily and Kathy Michaels, Bridgeport; Karen Lathem, Blue Island; Florence Herrera, Posen; Janeen Feldner, Tinley Park; Mike Schifferdecker, Sharon and Colleen Gregory, Oak Lawn, and Nancy and Joyce Po- chinskas, Midlothian. Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" corn- bines the magic of the classic fairy tale with a touch of comedy and songs. Many of the melodies will be recognized by those who have seen the television story of "Cinderella" including "Do I Love You Because you're Wonderful," and "In My Own Little Corner, In My Own Little Chair." The stage version differs from the televised "Cinderella" by giving the king, queen and stepsisters comic roles. Tickets for the presentation may be purchased at the college bookstore, 3700 W. 103rd st. Further information may be obtained by calling 779-3300, ext. 221. For matinee performances, all seats will be . $1.50. For the evening performances,'tickets will be $2 for students and senior citizens and $2.50 for adults. -ups on at Xavier ministry program Registration is being ac- rtedfor "Continuity in nistry," a four-week which will be held to 29 at St. Xavier _ _e, 3700 W, 103rd st. _lJ6esigned for religious and fel»» persons involved in min- ||Tistry or-teaching, the pro- i^gram wili;focus on the psy- «^CBological and theological slS development of the minister Rev; Robert Loftus lead a workshop on p- "The Maturing Personality g;. in the Framework in Jungi- 1^-^iB, Psychology." This p-qntorse,, from July 5 to 8, y will deal with, the changes that are experienced as one moves through the stages of life's development. Rev. Loftus, a priest of the Chicago archdiocese holds a doctorate in clinical counseling psychology from the University of Notre Dame. "The Church Today" wiU be studied from July 11 to 15 under the direction of Fr. Lawrence Gorman. Fr Gorman is the program director of the Arcbdtocesan Lay Deacon program. · · From July 18 to 29, Fr. Robert Perry, O.P., will discuss "The Christian Minister in Prayer: A Journey and a Journal." Participants will learn to use the Intensive Journal developed by Ira Progoff as a method- Spring fashion footwork flattery in exquisitely detailed shoes from George Sanz. In buttery soft .·^kidskinorgleaming patent to add flairto your spring ward robe. Kid laci ng accents a covered instep sling with expandable side panels for easy on and off. Choose it in tobacco kidskin with bone trim and puma and amber lace.-Or. black patentwith grey trim and charcoal and white lace. The closed slip-on with delicate front interest trim with expandable side panels for quick put-on, comes in bone kid with'amber trim. Evergreen Plaza. Evergreen Park · Harlem-Irving Plaza. Chicago · Golf Mill Center. Niles 720 Broadway. Gary -Village Shopping Center, Gary · Southlake Mall. Merrillville 1^.,^ RTA publishes railroad guide .'· The Regional Transportation autnorityjhd published a 'commuter rai| guide designed to help residents of Northeastem -Illinois get ilfiund by train!' -Uttcd "The'JCoinmuter's Guide: to Chicago Railroads, or, a little'Knowledge Can frrys A Long Way,',' the multi- ·il- tolored RTA brochure fea- an of the commuter -routes operated by the seven railroads with which RTA has financial agree-' " map is suitable for framing or folds into a 4-by- Mnch booklet that can be easily in a purse or pocket. Included in the brochure is information on areas the commuter trains serve, the special advantages of train travel, where to get schedule information and downtown Chicago bus connections. Copies of the rail guide can be obtained by calling RTA's Travel Information center at 836-7000, in Chicago or toll-free at 800472-7000 from the suburbs. Additional copies will be available at many railroad stations and by writing or Visiting RTA headquarters, room 903, 300 N. State st., Chicago. -· $50, $75, $100 Cash Refunds Direct From General - 48.000 to ,**' f|omin*l Unit Capicity 36.000 to 42.000 BTU/H 24.000 to _ 30.000 8TU/H Refund Amount $100 $ 75 $ 50 Offer valid from '.Febmary 1 to April 30.1977, Equipment must be ".installed before JVpril 30. J977. WHEN YOU BUY AGE DELUXE CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER. Pick out one of our DeLuxe models early and pick up a cash refund direct from GE. 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