Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 4
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Page 4 CSR Hnmtimisl Ni-wspapi-rs, Wcdni'sdd). M a n l i ^ i , I'177 tk * ai Fi Hi 50 20 Ri ai ,h tb R th 7C tr ni st n si tt a S a fc L P ui B B ai B S( tt P to Lipinski honored by business leaders Aid. William 0. lipinski (23rd) accepts an award from the ward's business community citing "his performance in pursuing the ideals and principles of free enterprise, while reflecting credit npon merchants and businessmen of the ward." Ted Pieharz Sr. (right) of Stevens Finer Foods, and Tony Plestina, of Franklin Construction Co., present the award as Mrs. Lipinski looks on. Meyers votes for death penalty State Rep J. Theodore Meyer (R-28th) has voted to restore the death penalty in Illinois "This was a very difficult decision for me to make," Meyer said "However, the rising statistic for premeditated murders--multiple tailings, killings of policemen and firemen on duty and contract killings--clearly under- Scored a need to implement a deterrent for these crimes" The legislation, according to Meyer, would seek the death penalty for murder resulting from a contract killing, during a hijacking, and occunng in the course of a robbery, kidnapping, rape or other felony Persons convicted of murdering a peace officer or fireman in the course of official duties, an employe of a state or local correctional faility, inmates or other persons legally inside a prison, and a witness who testified or presented evi- dence against them in a previous case are also subject to this bill In addition, the death penalty could be imposed on a person who has been convicted of murdering two or more individuals and is serving or subject to a prison sentence. "I think our society has reached the point in time's where it will no longer tolerate heinous crimes," Meyer said. "I am optimistic about receiving Senate approval of this measure " Star Trek club forms at library A meeting of the new Star Trek club will be held at 7 p m Thursday at the Mt Greenwood Branch library, 10961 S. Kedzie ave Members will see the latest issues of Star Trek Monthly and other science fiction magazines, assemble kits, and see films and authentic Star Trek uniforms Plans have also been made to construct a full- scale model of the Starship Enterprise for use in exhibition and parades. The club is presided over Michael Puttkammer, a stu- dent at Moraine Valley coll- gege. Youngsters interested in Star Trek can sit in and discuss their favorite Star Trek plots and espisodes Star Trek posters and books also will be available. Information is available by calling 881-6942. Offer good davApnlZ 1977 or wfcfe supply lasts Were- Lara: one rose Of house plant per fimfy No .-TVU] orders m house p/anU ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD COU1DN T BUY THIS ROSE. ITS FREE. The American Dawn. A beautiful, creamy pink hybrid tea created exclusively for i* by Jackson Perkins Deposit S100 or more in a First Federal savings account, and it s all yours Free just order the rose at any First Federal branch, and Jackson Perkins will mail it to you at the proper planting nme Or, you can choose one of three lush green house plants instead--an aloe, an asparagus f em, or a purple passion. They're also free with a S100 deposit, and can be picked up at the First Ssderal branch nearest you. (Sony, no mail orders on house plants.) Either way, you can't lose. But don't wail too long to make up your mind. This offer ends Apnl 9. Stop in at your First Federal branch and see how easy it is to take home something beautiful. First Federal of Chicago. Illmots Largest Savings .and Loan Mam Office: Dearborn at Madison. 346-3500 Here are the ones nearest you. 47th at Wood, 927-3895 6222 S. Kedzie Ave. (Republic Federal Division), 737-9600. 4010 W. 26th Street (Western Federal Division), 521-7755. 1616 W. Pershing Road, 847-1191 Also at 14 other convenient locations ·an J^K fV*i* Shun* mi U« AwoMwn * OUOKJS VMm, fctord Hm» lev SB* mxi r«*c*Sfcwi0i«Sl«n !)»«»»· Needlepoint experts to talk at library The Rev. Robert Blackburn Jr. and Mrs. Bernadine Deneen, .needlepoint experts, will speak-in a program at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, at Scottsdale library, 4101W. 79th st. FT. Blackburn became actively involved in the design of needlepoint to supplement the need for a relaxing hobby. Since then his hobby has become a supplementary vocation, which includes writing a regular column for Needlepoint News, national magazine for needle- pointers. He also holds exhibits for a not-for-profit shop at his church FT. Blackburn is vicar of the church of Christ the King in Lansing. Mrs. Deneen, wife of a South Side fire chief, found Students to show art Children of the St Bede's oil painting class will present their first exhibit through April at the Scottsdale library, 4101 W. 79th st. The oil painting class is held at St Bede's Friday evenings as an extra curricular activity. The class is instructed by William R Miller. Among the children showing their oil paintings will be Danny Bianchi, Carol Bitten, Sandy Brehm, Ted Denneby, Nancy DomzalsM, Tom Donegan, Christine .Heffermann, Karen Kenne- dy,Pattt Ann Kennedy, Tim Lacny, Margaret McBride, Colleen McGrath, Susan McNicholas, Kim Miller, Alison Murtaugh, Barb Richter, Gail Schneider, Jo Anne Sprays and Barb Tylka. Library hours are from 9 to~9 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. 9 to 6 Fridays and 9 to 5 on " Saturdays/ " that being wife and mother also needed a relaxing moment. So, she became involved in needlepoint. Her initial training started 14 years ago under the supervision of Elizabeth Schurecht Schild, needlepoint finisher. She also received instructions from August Mayer, who was known as a master of his trade. Highlight of her career came when the American Needlepoint guild asked her to be one of the judges in Monaco at an international exhibit. Princess Grace, whom she presented with a glass case made of her own design, was also a judge. Mrs. Deneen has also participated in the United Nations Peace rugj which hangs in the United Nations building. Her most recent venture was coordinating and finish- ing a 54-piece bicentennial needlepoint rug made by 75 members for the Union League foundation for Boys' clubs in Chicago. It is on display at the Union League club. The evening's program also include a question and answer period. Refreshments will be served. The works of many well known needlepointers will be-on exhibit. Party will assist vets The auxiliary to Our Boys post 4684, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold a social at 2 p.m. Sunday in the post home, 1818. 50th st. Carolina Blazek, 4436 S Fairfield ave., president, said the parity will raise money to assist veterans at Hines hospital. Co-chairmen of the event are Ann J. Jakubowski, 5253 S. Paulina st.; Carrie Turkowski, 5039 S. Seeley ave., and Loretta Wawrzyniak, 4916 S Kolin ave. Yankee Doodle Dandy brings back Old-Fashioned Prices! Every Sunday This Month , "THE 19' _ _ ea HAMBURGER" (Limit 5 Per Customer) Good at all stores S, HARLEM 7756 S. HARLEM BRIDGEV1EW, IL 594-8222 OPEN MON. THRU THURS, 10 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. FRI. t SAT. 10A.M. to 11 P.M. SUNDAY, 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. WE SELL LOTTERY TICKETS STROM'S BEER 12-PACK 2' 12 oz. if 69 Cant GILBEY'S GIN y^HG VODKA 7* Gal J B SCOTCH 14' Vt Gal. JL. 7-UP R*g. or D»t UTER BOTTLE D«p. 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