Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 15
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 15

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 23,1977 CSR Page 15 Student leaders feted at Maria m 1 Student-leaders were hon, ored at a President's day /luncheon last Thursday at ' Maria High school. President's day was cele- brited as part of the Student-council's Spring Fever week. March 14-18. , Micki Sanocki, .council president, said students wanted to recognize their classmates "who have given ?so much of their time and,enthusiasm for the benefit: of the whole school. - "The purpose of President's day," said Sister Gettrginne and Ms. Audrey Kies, faculty moderators of the council, "is to honor the girls who as leaders of the classes' and clubs are responsible, along with their moderators, for most of the extra-curricular activities of the'School year.". Class presidents honored are .Katie Fahey, senior; Lynn Bos, junior; Ruth Maksymowicz, sophomore, and Lisa Franco, freshmen. Club officers are Michi Sanocki, Student council; Nancy Girzaitis, National Honor society; Maria Nie- dos, Christian Action corps; Diane Pajor, Sodality; Sally Flaherty, French club; Lisa Gudelis, German; Lisa Pryes, Latin; Pat Powers, · Spanish; Irene Prankevi- cius, Ruta, and Diane Donate, Italian.^ Also, Michele Richardson, Afro-American; Margaret Jerak, Choralettes; Sharon Gerlikas, Orchestra; Kathy Korzen, Visual Aides; Barbara Svec, Athletic; Linda Fendler, Science; Pauline Hayes, Library; Janice Foley and Michele Rosiek, Maria Herald; Sue Kezon and Karen DeSanto, yearbook, and Janet McDermitt and Mary Redd, Serendipity magazine. SCC attends House hearing THE BLACKHAWKS WILL BE ATBERTUCCI'S ON THURS. 24th 6:30 P.M. 7 BLACKHAWK PLAYERS WILL BE AT BERTUCCI'S 6424 S. PULASKI RD. ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24th AT 6:30 P.M. TO SIGN AUTOGRAPHS FOR THEIR MANY LOYAL FANS Plan band festival at St. Rita St. Rita High school bud officers take time out from pluming their May 1 spring festival. Boys who have been busy soliciting ads for the festival's program book Include Frank Morgan (front left), 121 W. 32nd St., second vice president; Steve Roeske, CMS S. Claremont, president; lack Osvarek, 5159 S. Francisco, first vice president; Mike Baron (middle left), 8122 S. Campbell ave., assistant librarian; Donald Cyz, 3C37 S. Seeley, junior class representative; Tom Pastorek, 4*29 S. Kilpatrick, sophomore class representative; Chris Komis, 4754 S. Harding, treasurer; Larry Naselli (back left), 2444 W. Marquette rd., secretary; Keith Kelly, 1543 S. Artesian, librarian, and George Dominlak, 8325 S. Karlov, -freshman class representative. Grant park concerts will begin June 25 An area community · organization attended an Illinois House committee hearing at which a bill to define real estate "non-solicitation" areas was defeated. The Southwest Community .congress attended the meeting of the House Veterans Affairs, Registration and Regulation committee which defeated House bill 57. The bill, sponsored by State Rep. Harry (Bus) Yourell, would have allowed residents' of a precinct to decide whether they want to prohibit real estate solicitation in that area. HB 57 stated that if enough signatures are obtained on petitions, then the state Department of Registration would declare the s precinct a non-solicitation" The 1977 season of Grant park concerts at the James C. Petriilo Music shell will feature eight guest conductors, four of whom will be making their music shell debuts. Robert Wilklns, concert manager for the park district, announced the free concerts will begin Saturday, June 25,. and conclude Sunday, Aug. 28. , Leonard Slatkuv former principal conductor of Grant park concerts and principal guest conductor of the -Minneapolis and' St. Louis Symphony orchestras, will return for the opening pair and final two weeks of concerts. ' Mitch Miller will conduct a week of concerts .which will include his popular sing-a-longs. David Zinman, who made his music shell debut to high praise last summer, will return to conduct three weeks of concerts. Zinman is music director of the Rochester, N.Y., Philharmonic and the Netherlands Chamber orchestra. Thomas Peck, director of the highly-acclaimed Grant park Symphony chorus and choral director for the St. Louis and Cincinnati Symphony orchestra, will conduct a pair of concerts. Peck made his Grant park /on all c r y s t a l chandeliers V, A Our entire stock of richly sculptured crystal light fixtures are on sale.Choose from a variety of sizes, styles ^and f inishes-Decorate yourhome"withcrystal jchandeliers.swags and sconces.We'll even f custom swag crystal fixtures to produce unique junusual decorating ef fects.There couldn't ^be a better time to purchase an elegant [crystal chandelier at savings of 50% I off the regular retail price. Of course Master Charge, I Bankamericard, American Express and all major credit cards are accepted. CKYSTAl IY: Kenrojr-HokoliJe- ^* Crystal Mori Ugtaolier-Weiss 85hel Jer-Sohonbeli Mojeslk- IfiierconlinentaMomp fxjshion J 597-4220 j LIGHTING 134OOS. Cicero Ave. concerts conducting debut in 1973. Making their Grant park concerts debuts will be Walter Susskind, music director emeritus of the St. Louis Symphony orchestra and the Toronto symphony; Norman Leyden, associate. conductor of the Oregon symphony and noted arranger for the Boston "Pops" orchestra; John Nelson, music director of the Indianapolis symphony, and Denis de Coteau, music director of the San Francisco Ballet orchestra. Scholarships are offered .The Mayor Daley Youth foundation has announced it will again offer $500 scholarships to graduating seniors in each public and parochial high school in the city. Over the past 21 years, 2,222 scholarships with a value of $1,111,000 have been awarded by the foundation, i The selection, of the students will be made by each school based on academic achievement and need. / Any graduating senior who is interested in applying for the scholarship should contact his/her counselor, at school. area. According to SCC, community organizations testified in favor of it and Robert Cook of the Illinois Association of Realtors against it. Southwest Side representatives on the committee are Walter (Babe) McAvoy (R-25th), John Wall (R- 23rd) and John-Vttek (D- 23rd). McAvoy, who underwent surgery recently, was replaced by a Western Springs representative, according to SCC. Vitek left the hearing before the vote because of dizziness and Wall voted against the bill, the group added. , "Again the real estate industry prevails over the people," said SCC member Emily Thomas, 6918 S. Ma- plewood. "We can understand not having as much influence as the real estate lobby with legislators from rural areas, but representatives of our own community did not support us," Thomas said. "it's in situations like this that one can see which elected officials are for neighborhood people or against us. "It's important, especially for Wall's constituents to let him know how they feel about his nay vote. "We'll be deciding what steps to take next on this and related legislation. Interested persons should call SCC, 436-6150, to get involved." Motorola can give you a pager- But they can't make it work. When you get a pager from Motorola you have to use an independent radio common carrier. That's because Motorola has no transmitting facilities. But when you get a pager from Radio Relay, you get an integrated company providing equipment, maintenance and service. And our rates are the lowest in Chicagoland. . Wouldn't you rather deal with one company? For a demonstration, call (312) 889-7480. 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