Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 25
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 16,1977 CSRPagea Magic, music, dance programs at schools Plan jobs for" 86,000 youth ·· · The Chicago Moving company, a dance repertory 'company, will perform at '"12:30 and 1:15 p.m. next "- Wednesday at Morgan Park 1 High school, 1744 W. Pryor ave. The company is dedicated to performing works of American choreographers. tyana Solbrig, director, is ^-,'also director of faculty at *l the Chicago Dance center 'and teaches at the Colum- ;)ia college Dance center. · Mark Rogovin, a leader in ithe Chicago mural move- V-ment, leads students at -S'Clissold, 2350 W. 110th pi., ; -Jn the production of their "'-own mural beginning at £^."9:30 a.m. Thursday, March S.' Rogovin is director of the Public Art workshop, a mural workshop and resource center. He worked as. assistant to the Mexican muralist, David Siqueiros, on his "March of Humanity," the largest mural in the world. The next day, a team of young musicians, the Mag- istics % bring the hirtory of magic to Clissold school in 9:15 and 10:50 a.m. performances. Kevin Connolly and William Coss base their show on the feats and illusions developed by 19th century magicians. The Magistics will repeat- their performance at 1:30 p.m. for Beale Upper Grade gg decorating blass offered - The Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, 4012 "Archer ave., will hold its ·-rJannual classes in the art of v f-Easter egg decorating April '^" Classes will be held from -"-10 a.m. to noon and from 1 ^h»to 3 p.m. As in the past, :j'they will be conducted by · i v Ursula Astras of Grand ;; Rapids, Mich. J f ' Persons attending are J-. tasked to bring four hard^S-;boiled eggs which have tHbeen prepared as Mows: ^H Soak several handfuls of ^--Oonion skins in cold water ^-'overnight. Add eggs to " °~"' T, along with some salt, and bring to a boil. Simmer 10-15 minutes. The longer the heating period or the more onion skins, the darker the eggs will be. Small eggs, are stronger; larger eggs are more fragile but lend themselves better to a more elaborate design. Children and adults are invited to come and learn how to practice this folk art. Reservations may be made by calling the museum, 847-2441, between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. A for nominal fee sketching and etching supplies witt be charged. M*» * ·*·' ~£"~! Ww PALOS PARK CITGO QUIK-MART 12301 S. 80th AVINUE PALOS PARK, ILLINOIS 60464 Hours: 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Daily Regular Gas 54 9/10 Coke 64 Oz. Low Fat Milk 5-J24 6 Pock Coke $|19 Cigarettes 48^ All Sixes 'Nabisco *Frito Lay 'Farm Fresh Eggs 'Wonder Bread 'Hostess 'Cigars 'Cigarettes 'Meats 'Planters Peanuts 'Pampers 'Wig center, 6M3 S. Sangamon. The Ken Chancy Jazz ensemble traces the development of America's own music, jazz, from Africian rhythms through field calls, the blues and contemporary Jazz rack at 1:10 and 2:10 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, at Vanderpoel school, 9510 S. Prospect. The quartet--Ken Chaney on piano, Al Criado on acoustic bass and electric bass guitar, Marvin Sparks on drums and Ben Faraan- dis doing vocals--comines , historical and musical anecdotes with a lively concert. The programs will be presented under auspices of Urban Gateways which has developed programs to expose students to the works of professional-artists and to stimulate awareness of the students cultural heritage and their own creative potential. Funding for these programs is made possible through grants from the Illinois Arts council, the National Endowment for the Arts and private contributions. 106 inducted into Began Honor society Seventy Bogan High school seniors were initiated and 36 probationary junior members took the pledge at the annual National Honor society induction ceremony, March 10 in the school auditorium , 3939 W. 79th st. Participating in the can- dlelighting ceremony were NHS officers Peggy Doheny, president; Paul Werner, vice president; Maria Dimas, treasurer, and Mary Lou Minardi, secretary. Other student participants included Emanual Banakis,' Angela Oetjen, William Carlson, Andrea Lark, Carole Nicholson, Browning Mitchell and Mary Ellen Rulek. Certificates were presented by Cornelius F. Ryan, assistant principal. Miss Eileen Wild, science consultant to the board of education's bureau of curriculum and a former member of the Bogan physics department, was guest speaker. William J. Scheid, principal, also addressed the students and their parents. Miss Janet Calkins is the school's faculty sponsor for the National Honor society. : Gonftesa i del Map presents SpecwRy Pricii 2 for ML UMstl* Z K.C.M4MS · 2*f-1 I SWffitSH MEATBALLS 2-fcr-1 · BAKE) SWISS STEAK 24*4 · CHOffffiSilOW STEAK 2%-1 · OKKENKfV 24*1 · lAKEOSHOHTMS 24*1 S CHEFS CHOKE: Stttcfion of Two of fht Z Abov* Dinmn on «oeh of Two NtghH, Z TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS { AND SALADBAR IS KKLUDED · IN MAIN DINING ROOM · Includes FASHION SHOW £ On Tvtsdoys and Thursdays 7 p.m. · Reservations Required 9190Q · NOW THRU APRIL 3 : FREDDIE BELL · in Coco Loco's Suppor dub BOB HOPE WILL BE HERE MAY 16-17-18 Dinner «V Show *25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. · Mayor Bilandic has announced the city, working with business and labor leaders, plans to arrange employment opportunities (or 86,000 young people in a summer program. The mayor made the -announcement at a news conference following a breakfast attended by 75 business and labor leaders who are members of the Mayor's Summer Jobs for Youth committee, headed by Morgan F. Murphy, former officer and director of Commonwealth Edison, and Thomas J. Nayder, secretary-treasurer of the Chicago Building Trades council. At the breakfast, the committee accepted the mayor's challenge to equal the 43,000 summer jobs for youth which the federal government will fund this year through the Mayor's Office of Manpower. The campign by the committee will be organized along industry lines, with 11 industry chairmen assisted by 00 other corporate executives. In addition, the Chicago Junior Association of Commerce and Industry will canvass small neighborhor- hood businesses and community organisations to obtain their participation. The mayor said "the need for summer jobs has never breen greater. I am confident that with the improved economic climate, the business community will cooperated completely with this program." This will be the 12th year that this committee has assisted in providing summer employment for youths in Chicago. The program also has the support of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, the Chicago Alliance for Businessmen and the Chicago Building Trades council. 4 complete training Four area men have completed recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot, San Diego. The are Pfcs. James P. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Dunn, 3313 W. 66th St., Brian K. Hutchinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Hutchinson, 5916 S. Hermitage; Douglas A. Pringle, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pringle, 5519 S. Nottingham, and Thomas J. Rusinak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rusinak, 6344 W. pi. MIRACLE HEALING SERVICES EVANGELIST JOSEPH PAWLAK EVERY Friday Evening 7:30 PM Dolton Bridge Club 14800 Chicago Road Dolton. Illinois EVERY Sunday Afternoon 2 0 0 P . 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