Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 12
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. March 23, 1977 Northern grants bachelor degrees Northern Illinois university has awarded 814 bachelor degrees to students who completed requirements in December. Local recipients are: Linda C. Cloyd, 11915 S Lawndale, Alsip; Robert W. Crown, 8240 W. Central ave., Burbank. In Chicago, Daniel A. Amedio, 11320 S Kedzie; Diane M. Bocian, 5600 S. Narragansett; Vincent T. Boyce, 4673 W. 84th pi.; Kenneth T Buckley, 4725 S. Springfield. Brian J. Buksa, 5646 S. Neenah; John P. Callaghan, 10114 S. Oakley; William M. Foran, 11223 S. Artesian; Gary F. Hattan, 10856 S Lawndale; Barbara R. Majer, 5236 Trumbull. Robert Pultorak, 6027 S. N a r r a g a n s e t t ; Barry Quane, 2114 W. 112th St., Michael C. Shay, 2814 W. 83rd St.; Dennis E Sobota, 2345 Springfield; Jay W. Terry, 3501 W 115th pi. In Country Club Hills, Patricia J. Dignan, 4161 W. 190th pi.; Regina M. Fee, 17640 Larkin In. In Evergreen Park, Laura 4 locals pledge Four students from the Southwest Suburbs are among 494 women who have pledged sororities at Purdue university, West Lafayette, Ind. The local women are. From Evergreen Park, Joan Gambia, 10249 S. Trumbull, Alpha Gamma Delta, Lisa Olivieri, 9007 S. Richmond, Phi Mu, and Dawn Schumacher, 9249 Clifton Park, Phi Mu. Also, from Orland Park, Sandra MacNeal, 7820 McIntosh dr., Gamma Phi Beta. Lions donate equipment for handicapped The Orland Park Lions club recently donated an illuminator to the Orland Park school system to be used by two students in the junior high physically handicapped class. An illuminator is a device which can be clamped to a desk to provide both addi- , tional light and magnification of printed material. The donation was made in the memory of Lion George Flonder St., who passed away last December. Flonder was the chairman of the Sight Conservation committee of the Orland Park club. Both of the students who will use the illuminator have cerebral palsy. One of the students cannot read small print due to the weakened condition of his optic muscles. The other student has visual perception problems which affect the manner in which he perceives shapes of letters. L. Armstrong, 9601 S. California; Marguerite M. Falloon, 9543 Central Park; Thomas E. Miller, 10105 S. Trumbull. David M. Heniff Jr., 17016 Magnolia dr., Hazel Crest; John B. Borre, 7813 91st st, Hickory Hills. From Oak Lawn, Mane T. Bettucci, 10340 S. Ked- vale; Patricia A Culver, 9925 Kilpatrick; Patrick L. Glenn, 9212 Massasoit; Mary Kay Kassel, 10632 S. Lockwood Kenneth E. Farrell, 10333 S. 81st ct., Palos Hills, and Loren D Jahn, 8903 W. 121st st., Palos Park. MAGIGWORB HOW TO PLAY: Read the list of words. Look at the puzzle. You'll find these words in all directions horizontally, vertically, diagonally, backwards. Draw a circle around each letter of a word found in the puzzle then strike it off list Circling it will show a letter has been used but will leave it visible should it also form part of another word. Find the big words first. When letters of all listed words are circled, you'll have the given number of letters left over. They'll spell out your MAGICWORD. HAPPY EASTER Sol.: 12 letters CLUES A-Avenue; B-Basket, Bonnet, Bulbs, Bunnies; C--Card, Chicks, Children, Choir, Christ, Church, Color; D-Design, Dinner; E-Eggs; F-Families, Flowers; G-Glory, Goddess, Grass; H-Happy, Hat, Holiday, Holy, Hunt; J-Joyous; L-Lawn, Lilies, Lamb; M-Mary, Mass, Moon; P-Palms, Pascal: R--Rabbit; S-Saxon, Search, Services, Song, Spring ANSWER NEXT WEEK Last Week's Answer: DESCRIPTIVE 255 Copyright McNaught Syndicate A F L R V C A H E B O B B L U I I N T O N S A I E Y E C I S I N Y V U I R H 0 E J B S F A O -W E R S H U R C H D R A C G N R E G M S U S B S E G E S H A L L G N R O S A U C R R S C H Y U S H L O H A R Y R A M I M O O N S U L B S T M I L I E S A E L A R A P A N G T 0 S E R P R S A C A 0 N N W S K S T N 8 B P A L S D I I K G E L O S I D I E X 0 G Y P R K E C T H A O H I 0 R D L L L D G S E N D S R I S E N O T N P M I C E S H R H C C N-0 B A L C I E N WET BASEMENTS PERMANENTLY WATERPROOFED OVER 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE Our method effectively seals from the outside MO DAMAGE TO LAWNS \ ALL WORK GUARANTEED, , 499-1090 DC QUA CUICI n For Fre * Estimate r CnmH'wniCLU Basement Water Proofing 9428 S. 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