Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 11
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 11

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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\ Economist Newspapers. Wt-dm-sday. Martha:). l!)77 CSH Pafie 11 Happenings in the suburbs Shirley Haas on Press Vets board Shirley Haas (second from right), Beverly Hills resident,' board of directors. Ms. Haas is one of three women who joins George Cullicott (left), Eleanor Steinert and Edward recently broke the association's 38-year record of male W. Baumann on the Chicago Press Veterans association leadership. Crestwood - Crestwood has authorized application for a matching funds grant of $100,000 from the Illinois Department of Conservation for the acquisition of a 10- acre park site. Midlothian - Oak Forest officials were unsuccessful in their efforts to get the Midlothian village board to reconsider its position on a proposed annexation and zoning. An attempt by the Oak Forest officials to work with Midlothian in hopes of developing guidelines for future land development was also stalled. Orland Park - The quick actions of two Westhaven men probably saved the life of an Orland Park man who resembled a human torch as he jumped from a burning van David Rauch, 20, 9850 W. 144th pi., miraculously escaped serious injury in the freak accident which occurred at about 162nd and 'Wolf rd. Using their jackets to smother the flames which engulfed Rauch as he jumped from the van and rolled on the ground were Westhaven Trustee Bill Hulien and Rod Ohlrogge. Westhaven - About 400 Westhaven property owners will soon share in a windfall as the village begins preparations to return more than $19,000 in rebates from a defunct special assessment. Bedford Park - Bedford Park's jail lockup facilities have been described as "excellent." The jail has been inspected by the state's Department of Corrections. Bridgeview - The fire prevention bureau has been awarded first place for municipalities in the 8,000 to 20,000 population class in a fire prevention contest sponsored by the Chicago 'Association of Commerce and Industry. Palos Heights - A Palos Heights r e s i d e n t has launched a write-in campaign for mayor of the city, where until this week William Bailey was unopposed for the office Worth Township - More than $1 million in surpluses in Worth township's operating funds has resulted in a projected decrease in the town tax levy of at least $204,000. Chicago Ridge - An ordinance to increase water rates in Chicago Ridge has been tabled until a letter from Oak Lawn is received stating what increase has been passed on to its customers. Burbank - A hearing has been scheduled on an appeal of the Burbank electoral board's decision which allowed the Concerned Independent Voters coalition to remain on the April 19 ballot. Dolton - Little Calumet River Basin Steering committee endorsed the Little Calumet River Flood Man- agement plan after listening to almost two-and-a-half hours of rebuttals to a report by a University of Illinois professor that the plan was inadequate. South Holland - Police are continuing their investiga lion into an apparent firebombing attempt at the home of Theordore Frazek, 17390 Thornwood ct Blue Island - Two area men were shot in Blue Island last week. Anthony Carter, 21, was brought to St. Francis hospital with a gunshot wound in the left shoulder He is in good condition. David Luigs, 21, was brought to the hospital after being shot in the chest at the Down Hill pub, 13200 Western ave. He is in stable condition in the intensive care unit. HICKORY HILLS 8201 WEST 95TH STREET OPEN THE YEAR AROUND Special for Jan. and Feb. 1978 FREE CAKE WITH ALL PARTIES f i UU Arm Up For Dinner And All Drinks PHONE 598-6460 Make Golfing Reservations Now For All 1977 Prime Times Open Open house at BAG school A student show with open doors to classrooms for interested friends of the Beverly Art center school of the ,arts is part of an open ·house program planned for ·oiext Tuesday from 7 to 10 'p.m. at the center, 2153 W. «lllth st. T Displayed work will rep- tresent the best efforts from ·students in drawing, paint- ·ing, sketching, watercolor. ceramics, photography, stained glass and canvas embroidery. Instructors who usually teach Tuesday evening classes will open their doors to interested viewers. Included on the visitors' tour will be stops to look in on Chinese brush painting and calligraphy, taught by Master Monica Lui; pottery and sculpture, a course-in hand building and wheeling throwing caramics with Karen Purucker; beginning and intermediate photo techniques with Madi Mal- dre, and tap and jazz in step with choreographer instructor Vera Jane Carroll. Members of the BAC school of the arts commit tee will host a reception table and also answer queries on the summer session, 4OCh. At 23Ch. Prices! PUBLIC NOTICE Over 60,000 Yards Of Famous Brand Carpeting Now On Sale At Wholesale Prices , Sq. Yd. Installed With Padding Carpet Values Up to S17.95 CHOOSE PROM THESE FAMOUS MILLS Sq. Yd. Alexander Smith Landmark Philadelphia Collins-Aikman Galaxy General Felt Hollytex World Majestic/Meridian Trend M M Carpet Mills Laureterest Montfcello Venture Mohawk White Crest Congoieum NO EXTRA CHARGES THE CARPET GALORE GUARANTEE 1, RRST QUALITY CARPETING 3. LIFETIME GUARANTEE INSTALLA' 2. 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Full Warranty For As Long As You Own Your Car For as long as you own your car, we wil repair or replace (at our option),freeof charge, any Lafayette Model HB-640, HB-740 or HB-940 CB which fails due to defects in material or workmanship. Simply return it to us. Our Value-Priced HB-740 40 Channel Mobile CB With Delta Tuning' Reg 15995 Cut35.95 Sale124.OO Our Top-Of-The-Line HB-940 40- Channel Mobile CB With LED Digital Readout' Reg 19995 Cut5O.95 Sole149.OO Cut 32.96 Scfe87.OO ticftt High Powered, Feature Packed--A Lafayette Exclusive We've checked the facts and our LR-3030 receiver is comparable to national brand stereo receivers costing S300 For Si 20 less you get 60 stereo watts (30 watts per channel minimum RMS both channels driven into 8 ohms from 20-20.000 Hz with no more than 0 5°o THD). PLL FM multiplex for maximum stereo separation and minimum distortior dual tape monitoring facilities and more. Get the receiver that no other major brand is even close to. the LR-3 330 al your nearest Lafayette stoie Cut 12O.OO Sole 179.95 'DOORBUSTERS Fisher XP160 Speakers Famous for sound quality, now at their biggest savings everi Reg 99 95 each Cut 112.OO Sale 2/88.OO Senturion Mobile Radar Sentry Detects radar at twice the tracking distance Not for sale in Va or Conn. Reg 79 95 Cut25.O7 Sale 54.88 CB Slide Mounting Bracket Helps prevent CB theft Reg 1495 Cut 9.O7 Sale 5. Capitol BlankS-Track Recording Cartridges Money-saving 4-pack ol high quality recording tape $p B eu f'4.49 $OHin. Reg. 4.98 90 Mm. Reg. 5.98 -J' Aulo Horn Reg 995 Sale 7.95 LirorH per person wrth this coupon 'DOORBUSTERS" 9-Voit A'l Purpose Bai- Jenes Reg 45« Lafayette, Radio Eleclronic^Shopping Centers Sale 190 ea Ljmrt 4 per person wrth Ihis coupon "DOORBUSTERS" Deluxe Backgammon ,, Sel Full Size 18V r \ 12 x2%" Reg 3995 Sale 17.88 Limit 1 per person wrth ihis coupon 'DOORBUSTERS" All-Purpose Tape UL iisied Reg 1 19 ea Sale2/88c Limit 2 C«T person with this coupon Lal8yfftleRaflio£i?ciioniCi Corporaliori 1977 OPEN SUNDAY CHICAGO in sifts(jn»»Witvt»i«n»«i*L»:«i icm«mtm»vt Si'APERf

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