Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 34
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March 17, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 34

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i. Page 8 Section II CSR Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 16,1977 Foot care screening offered for seniors In a continuing six-month p o d i a t r i c h e a l t h care screening program co-sponsored by the Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped and the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, senior citizens throughout the city are having the condition of their feet evaluated free of charge. The program is being Conducted through the Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped 70 Golden Diners club nutrition sites. It began Sept. 20 and will continue through March. During the program's first seven weeks more than 500 elderly Chicagoans were examined. The goal of the screening program is to determine if the persons being examined have foot problems that need further evaluation and treatment, explained Dr. Philip R. Brachman, president of the Illinois college. The examinations are being conducted by a team of student doctors from the college under the supervision of licensed podiatrists. A significant aspect of the program is that those persons found to be in need of further examination and treatment will have the option of visiting the college's Flea market camera sale Ridge Camera club will present a photographic flea market March 30 at 7 p.m. in Ridge park fieldhouse, 96th st. and Longwood dr. "If you have a piece of photo gear that you don't use or have no plans for, here is an opportunity to get rid of it," said Stanley Day, Camera club representative. "Your sale of an item at the flea market will help Ridge Camera club and your budget, and put that treasure in the hands of a fellow photog who always dreamed of having one.". Sellers may also be buyers. Arrangements have been made to have,someone DAV to seat John Hannan Anthony Loomis, national junior vice commander, Disabled American Veterans, will speak at the inaugural banquet of the organization's Cook county council March 19. Harold Blechman is chairman of the affair, which will be held in the garden room of the Martinique restaurant, 2500 W. 95th st. Your "Dream" sofa can now become a room glorifying reality. Walk through our store .. see if our sofas don't stop you in your tracks. They're dramatic. Gorgeous Josephine can help you with the room decor ...Just pick out your favorite design and let Josephine do the planning for whatever else you need. Drapenes and carpeting can be co-ordinated to give your home the professional look. Anybody can have a sale ...why not get the help you need to lake every advantage of your super sofa buy Our stock has never been greater. The selection is fantastic. Every sofa is on sale. If you like what you see, we can deliver immediately. Or we can special order the fabric of your choice. Come m today.. meet Josephine ...meet Mr. Brodenck. 11 we don I treat you better than any furniture company in Chicago, we do not deserve your busmess-Jhis is Ihe truth. No charge of courss- for any serves Fuiwte C Of Btterl) Hills 2315 W. 95th BE 3-1900 Sfft * ,30-to i 35 nonprofit foot clinic for treatment The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped will provide transportation to the clinic for those who wish to avail themselves of those service. The clinic, located at 1001 N. Dearborn st., is operated on a low fee basis and coop-, erates with the patient in-^ surance plan. The largest such facility in the world, it is open regularly Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for all types of podiatric treatment. The screening consists of a thorough but brief --- 5 to 10 minute -- examination of foot skin and nail condition, foot structure, foof and leg posture and wear of footgear for any irregularities. Kennedy students awards Karen Dwewianski GirJ awarded scholarship Karen Derewianski, a senior at Luther High High school South, has been awarded a Presidential scholarship to Valparaiso university, where she will be enrolled in the college of of business administration. She has been a member of the speech team, drama club, Girls' Athletic association and choir. Thirty students at Kennedy High school were among those who won gold key, and merit awards-.at the recent National Scholastic Aft contest sponsored by Scholastic magazine and Wieboldt's store at Ford City, it was announced'- by Principal Daniel J. Trahey. Among the 30 winners were three finalists, Robert Solava, Jennie McPherson and Chris Radtke, whose- work has been submitted to the nationwide contest' in New York city. In addition to the three finalists, the following stu- dents were gold key and merit award winners: Anthony Crnkovich; Linda DeVito, Nadine Dumas, David Dyrda, Joann Ferguson, Sue Fudala, Donna Glyda, Keith Kolb, Nancy Kosiba, James Lacey, Cheryl Lave, Jen Mader and Thomas McCarthy. Also, James McKinley, Rosemary Orsi, Laura Pastorek, Rosemary Polakow- std, -Richard Schmitz, Ken Slowinski, Sharon Sweeney, Jeffrey Thompson, Maria Trabka, Jane Trabka, Mary Ukinski, Cathy Valentine, James Wojtowicz and Mary care for their 'merchandise while they inspect the tables of goodies and make their own deals. Each item presented must be in working condition, or else be indicated as non-working or "as-is." Sellers and buyers will negotiate their own prices on individual items, with sales being consummated" through the club treasurer who will handle all cash and checks. Members of Ridge club will be charged 10 per cent of sale price for the privilege of selling, and sellers from outside the club will be charged 15 per cent. All accounts and records of the sales will be totalled and balanced by the treasurer and his assistants, with settlements being made to sellers at the end of the evening's activities. Pancake breakfast A pancake breakfast, featuring sausage, orange, juice, coffee, milk and pancakes, will be held from 7 a.m to 1 p.m. Sunday at 6118 S. Kenneth ave. LOOK FOR THE LYTTON LOOK COMETOLYTTON'S GRAND OPENING , 10AM - MARCH 24 ORLAND SQUARE Won't you join us on Saturday evening at ftp.m. MARCH 19,1977 to hear an inspiring talk by CHARLES W. 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