Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 7
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 7

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ICnmtiiiiisl Newspapers. Wcdncsddj. Mardi 2.1. 1!)77 CSH Hagu 7 Pucinski wants X-way funds to repair streets Aid. Roman Pucinski has called on Mayor Bilandic to pour $100 million into an emergency program of rebuilding the city's streets and curbs. Pucincki proposed that the money be diverted from the commitment Bilandic has made to the construction of the south leg of the Crosstown expressway. "The severe winter has made our streets disaster areas," Pucinski said. "We can start on rebuilding our city by first rebuilding our streets." ^ Pucinski, Democratic candidate for mayor, made his remarks at a Hanson Park Kiwanis club program. "People tend to forget that if we proceed with the mayor's proposal for building the south leg of the Crosstown, the city must put up more than $100 million of local matching funds for the 90 per cent which will come from the federal government," he said. Eyesores being removed free Homeowners are being urged by Mayor Bilandic to take advantage of the city's free program to remove dilapidated garages and sheds as a way of sprucing up neighborhoods before spring. Interested property owners are asked to call 7443420 to request a consent form. After a signed consent is returned to the city, the department of buildings will send an inspector to the site to photograph the deteriorated structure. The garage or shed will then be removed by a crew from the department of streets and sanitation. The entire process can be accomplished within 30 days, depending on the backlog of requests. Joseph F. Fitzgerald, bui- dling commissioner, said that in order to qualify for the program, structures must be located on the alley line so that they are accessible to to wrecking crews. Since June 17, 1975, when the program began, the city has removed 3,700 garages and sheds which had deteriorated past the point of usefulness and were eyesores in their neighborhood. CRT SHOW March 26th-27th 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. SPECIAL 2 DAY HOUSEHOLD PET CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW TAHTE ARLINGTON PARK CONVENTION EXPOSITION CENTER WKe Road and NerttMMt Mgfmy Mhgton Mghfe, inoii unfimiM poking CM*.. $1.00 UNCOIN STATE CAT OUB "Even if we get part of the $100 million from the state, we should still commit this money to rebuilding our local streets and our local communities." Pucinski challenged Bilandic's statement that the Crosstown would produce jobs for Chicagoans. "Our experience with the Stevenson, the Kennedy and the Dan Ryan shows us that 80 per cent of the jobs on those three projects went to suburbanites and out-of- town help imported into Chicago," Pucinski said.' "Let Bilandic tells us how he intends to assure that the jobs will go only to Chicagoans when 90 per cent of the project is financed by the federal government." Pucinski said Bilandic's announcement that he will have extra crews repairing streets by April 4 is "another Bilandic band-aid approach to a problem that needs major surgery." Finalist in competion Maryann t. Shebelski, a* senior at Maria High school," has been named a finalist in the 1977 Merit Scholarship competition. Maryann was awarded a certificate of merit for her achievement. She also become eligible for one of three different scholarships. There are a corporate- sponsored four-year Merit scholarship, a National Merit $1,000 scholarship, or a college sponsored four- year Merit scholarship. Finalists are chosen based on their performance on a National Merit scholarship qualifying test and the scholastic aptitute test. Maryann plans to-study veterinary medicine at the University of Illinois in Champaign next fall. For Any Good Reason Our "Any Good Reason Monty" policy goes beyond the usual tank thinking for tending you money. WtMim that H you think you havea good reason for wonting to borrow money, that's probably reewn enough for us to make every effort to find a way to give you a loen. W» try not to limit our thinking on loans to just the usual things like care, school tuition, appliances, etc.. because ahiiott evaiy day someone comes up with a good reason for wanting a loan that we never thought of before. Like a "new wardrobe" loan when you land a new job and have to dress *e part, or a "100m birthday" loan for a special party for your great aunt The good teeioni for lending you money are too numerous to list, so we just call them all "Any Good Reawn Money*' and let you tafl us why you need it We think our special vny of lending is a Very Good Reason for you to call or visit us the next time you need a loan. For «ny good reason at all. 1357 West103ril Street 1140 West 103rd Street Chicago. Illinois 60643 881-2200 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation St. Rita briefs The St. Rita activities program has more clubs and organizations than at any time in th'e past 15 years,according to a survey by the school newspaper. The Ritan sited various examples of the all-time high growth of activities at St. Rita. "The Knights of Augustine have increased their membership every year, the Walk-a-thon and the Candy drive were the most successful ever, and" intramural boxing is packing the gym," said moderator Don Racky. New organizations have also been formed under the leadership of the school's activities director, the Rev. Dominic Caniglia. Included are the Stamp and Coin club, the Aviation club and the Student Broadcasting society. Also among the new clubs and organizations under FT. Caniglia are "hockey marathons, film festivals and an eighth-graders day at St. Rita." While some clubs and efforts can be "partially blamed on dwindling enrollment," the success of this years' activities at St. Rita are a valid argument that enrollment has not affected the program at the school," according to Racky. VFW social to benefit cancer fund Members of Nav-Ar-Mar auxiliary to VFW post 5535, will hold a penny and nickel social at 3 p.m. next Sunday March 27 at the post hall, 2620 W. 51st st. Purpose of the social is to raise money for cancer aid and research and for the American Cancer society. Cancer chairman for the auxiliary is Gilda Cavanaugh, 5230 S. Talman. Her co-chairman is Kay Redosh, Announcing... The Opening Of A Brand New, Complete Health Care Facility. Mayflower Pavilion ,' Mayflower Pavilion has been carefully designed to meet the most exacting standards in every area of health care . .. comfort, a professional 'round the clock staff, recreation, every form of physical, occupational and rehabilitative therapy and special emphasis on safety. Mayflower is fully sprinklered and equipped with smoke detectors. Located near the University of Chicago, Mayflower is conveniently situated in one of the most culturally rich neighborhoods in Chicago. A CERTIFIED MEDICARE FACILITY 6125 South Kenwood Avenue Chicago, Illinois PHONE: 312/752-6000 "billy the kid" denim duds 4 99 799 save 50% on famous maker separates.with the slightest irregularities. So minor they won't affect looks or wear. In 100% cotton brushed denim; top stitched, metal buttons. Single breasted blazer, 3 pockets, if pert. 17.00 and 21.00 sizes 4-7 5.99; 8-16-6.99. One pocket vest, if perf. 9.25, size 8-16 only 4.99. Flare pant with tuck trim on 4 pockets, if perf. 8.75 12.50, sizes 4-7 5.99; 8-16 -6.99. Come on in and outfit your dudes in these fabulous duds for Easter. budget, boy's wear the at carsons EVERGREEN iFWSPAPFRI

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