Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 20
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 20

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
Page 20
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Koonomist N.-wypaiK-rs. Wodm-sday. March at. I!I77 . Mooselnemorial rites slated for April 3 Chicago Southwest lodge 44 and Women of the Moose, .chapter 110, will conduct memorial services for departed members at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 3, in lodge headquarters, 4500 W. . 87th st. · ; I Thomas E. Donovan, 4441? Lisa In., Oak Forest, gover nor, and Natalie Koetzle. 104 Southwest hgwy., senior regent, will be an charge of arrangements. David P. Maroz, 6154 S. Whipple St., pilgrim past governor, will preside at the service and will be assisted by the Rev: Joseph A. Hickey, of St. David's church, 3210 S. Union ave., and John 3~. Donovan, 7851 S. Lorel ave.; William M. Foster, 11148 S. Sawyer ave.; Edward A. Holtam, 9100 S. 77th st.; Richard J. Schweitzer, 3848 W. 84th St., and John J. Waldron, 5859 W. 63rd st. Also assisting will be the chapter's college of regents: Mrs. Melvin Cree, 4120 W. 70th st.; Mrs. Sam Ferone, 4737 S. Kostner ave.; Mrs. James Peary, 257 PinVln.; Mrs. Edward Rulis, 7152 S. Artesian aye.; Mrs. Eileen Tobin, 6128 S. Major ave., and Mrs. John J. Waldron, 5859 W. 63rd st. Edward C. Rulis, 7152 S. Artesian ave., pilgrim past governor, will recite his and the Moose rendition of the "Vacant Chair," and the memorial heart will be in charge of Athony Rogala, 1427 W. 49th st., legionnaire; John Cody, 10612 S. Sawyer aye., fellow, and Edmon Rainwaters, 10417 S. 81st ct., past governor. The choir, .made up of Women of the Moose under the direction direction of Joseph Parfuss, 9600 S. Maplewood ave., with Mrs. Dorothy Daniels, 38 S. Waiela, at ' the piano, includes Mrs. Janell Barfuss, 9600 S. Maplewood; Mrs; Rose Bernard/, 6050 W. 79th st.; Mrs. Maryann Burian, 5518 S. Oakley ave.; Mrs. Stephanie · Cart son, 5245 S. Kedzie ave., and Mrs. Willmetta Hawker, 12551 S. Maple. Also, Mrs. Margaret Janiczak, 11025 S. Lombard; Mrs. Natalie Koetzle, 104th Southwest hgwy.; Miss Claire Kuzminski, 2120 W. 54th st.; Miss Carol Leben- sorgar, 11836 S. Karlov; Mrs.. Kay Marose, 6154 S. Whipple; Mrs. Millie Man zella, 8016 S., Xripp; Mrs. Dorothy Mayer, 3359 S: . Lowe, and Mrs. Anne Nutter, 6459 S. Tripp. Also, Mrs. Ella Schweit- zer, 3848 W. 84th st.; Mrs. Jeannette Smurawski, 5024 S. Justine; Mrs. Rose Sis- kus, 8542 S. Kilbourn; Mrs. Lillian Naglis, 6727 S. Maplewood; Mrs. Elaine Kinsey, 6824 ; S. Kildare; Mrs. Ann Williams, 10157 S. Utica, andiMrs.'Alice Winsky, 7117 S: Rockwell. : The flag presentation will be in charge of William Miller, 4602 S. Mozart, and Russ Wamsley, 3908 W. 78th st., legionnaires. In attendance will be past governors Stephen Blackwood, 7358 S. Seeley ave.; Ralph Cassidy, 15239 S. Colina; James Crilly,/7905 S. CentralPark; Joseph Eul, 2556 W. 79th; St.; Joseph Golab, 448 W. Root st.; Albert --Kara, 17772 S. LaVerne; Nicholas Mayer 3 10908 S. Millard; Elmer Peterseh, 8737 S. Wallace; Donald Warren, 3436 W. 63rd st; James Hourigan, 3807 w. 60th pi.; Joseph RoHnek, 3752 W. 68th pi.,' and John Smith,M4422 Ridge ave. Otter members in attendance will be Fred Berndl, 5539 S. Francisco; Thomas Borowiaki 1736 W. Cermak; Dan Bowman, 5552 S. Meade; Larry Fornero, 4149 W. 79th"st.; Norman Foster, 5116 W.. Winnemac; John Gorman, 3618 W. 107th St.; Ray Hausfeld, 11750 S. Homan; Dan Lamsarges, 10437 S. Natoma-, Art Larkin, 4621 W. 88th st.; Edward Los*, 8910 S. Francisco, and Joseph Lesniewski, 7937 S- Kolin. -^ : ' : ^:·:·': , ,, ' Also, Roeco: Panharalla, 5732 S. Bernard; Ray Rogers, 3938 W. 84th st.; Edward Rudzinski, 10121 AUce ct; Alex Sautters, 4125 W. 79th st. Plan museum award banquet DiscBsslig arrangements for the Balzekas museum's award banquet March 27 at the Ambassador West hotel are (from left) Dr. Ctsimir K. BobeUs, Roman Mankns, ban- qiet chairman, Al Brazis, Metropolitan opera star who will perform, and Stanley Balzekas Jr. W. Clement Stone will be honored as American of the Year. Tickets are available at the museum, 4U2 S. Archer, or by telephone at 847-2441 between 9 a.m. and 3:38 p.m. What to do when a -a'' ·;- I tornado approaches When a tornado approaches, your immediate action may mean life or death. The U.S. Environmental Science Services administration has issued the following instructions: If you learn that a tornado is approaching and you are at home, open some windows (but stay away from them); take shelter in the basement or under heavy furniture in the center area of the house. In schools, move quickly (following advance plans) ,to shelter areas or. to an interior hallway on the lowest floor. In office buildings, go to an interior hallway on the lowest floor. In factories, move quickly (following advance plans) to shelter areas. Post a look-out, if this can be done safely], . . In open country, move '.away from the tornado's path at a right angle. If there is no time, lie flat in the nearest depression with your hands shielding your head. Be alert for flash floods. Tornados are spawned by severe thunderstorms, and Police explorer post set in Chicago Ridge ~. : An Explorer training pro- ;gbun sponsored by the Chicago Ridge Police department began last week and will continue through June ~8. The program is open to high school students who are interested in furthering their career in police work. Registration is still open. : The program will be taught by Youth Officer Robert Vanucci, Det. Ed,ward Jackimac, Ofc, John' Sauerbier and Ofc. Dennis Davis, all of the Chicago Ridge Police department The program includes the history of law enforcement and police department administration. department function, · evidence,, traffic law and criminal law, criminal law and procedures, juvenile law, firearms training, administration of justice and courts, patrol procedures and review and visits to local courtrooms. How's Your Hearing? Chicago. 111. --A free offer of |ccial interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Bel- tone. A non-operatinji model of the smallest Beltonr aid of its kind will be siven absolutely frv J-. ,imow answering this advcrtiM-mcnt. Send for lilts iion-n|«rr- Irn2 model. jinl it on and tvoar it in jho privjo of \rntr «««« home. While mam ]«Hij)]e with .« hear- mc In*- \\i\l not rrceixr .inv t;nifiMjiJ hencfil from .inv hrjrin: ,iL lhi» non-workiji;: moilel will «ho« you how linv hear- in*;. lirlji ran he. and it"* yours to kroji. frr--. Tlje jrtn^l -aid wrich- le*i jh.ui a ihinl nf ,111 OIIIMT. and il"« ^11 ^' * - J' li-iel. in «,tie unit. Thcw modek are free, o we Mija:*^* you wriie fwr yours no-. Apjin, »·· wpcat, ihere is no -o».t, ami rtrtainly no obligation. Thousand?, have al- rc*«lv hern mailed, so wrilc today to lVpl.2387 For' further information on registration and time schedules, call the Chicago Ridge Police department at . 425-7700. After completion of the program, certificates wiH be given to -students who successfully complete the program. are only one of the thunderstorm's hazards. Lightning is the worst killer. Sfayl iffdoors and away from electrical appliances while the storm is overhead. If lightning catches you . outside, keep yourself lower than and a safe distance from the nearest high, conducive object Thunderstorm rains may cause flash floods. Be careful where you lake shelter. During a severe; thunderstorm or tornado emergency, listen for radio and television broadcasts of latest weather bureau bulletins. "Tornado watch" means tornadoes may develop; "tornado warning" means a tornado has: been detected and you should take shelter. REUNION - The graduating class of 1952 of St. Mary of Perpetual Help Grammar school, 32nd and Aberdeen sts., will hold a 25-year reunion Sept. 24. Information is available by calling Donna Mae (Kennedy) Arvesen at 448:2067. umoouciNQ.. FEDDERS FLEXHERMlTICl n 310 S. Adam. 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