Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 24
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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p »Kt 8 Section U Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 2:5, 1977 'Peter Pan' on tap at Beverly center Speaks at church Dean Blakeney will demonstrate Rung Fu Karate at a father and son banq:uet at «30 p.m. Friday at Ashbum Bapt- ish church, 3647 W. 83rd si. Karate expert dinner speaker "Peter Pan,": that nighty adventurer, stiars to new musical heights,, iyith a lively band of Pitt;'players on wing to Never-Never-Land for four stage performances at the Beverly-Art center, 2153 W. lllth sti : j,at 8 p.m. Friday, April 1J|;*2 p.m and 8 p.m. Saturday^ April 16, and 1 p.m. Sundafy, April 17. James M. Barfie's storybook boy who '''won't grow up" leads a trio of Darling; children--Wendy, Michael and John--off oh a magic flight of fancy to ;meet Tinker Bell, the twinkling fairy; Tiger Lily, the beautfiful Indian princess, and, course, that slimey, .blimey, wicked pirate, Captain Hook. Pastor Webb on telecast . Pastor Randall Webb of Bethlehem L u t h e r a n church, 9401 S. Oakley ave., and the church's Youth choir will be featured on a, Chicagoland Church Hour telecast at 8:30 a.m. Sunday on WGN-TV. A television will be set up in the church for those attending 9 a.m... worship services, who would normally be traveling to church during the TV service time. Gloria Pitt is directir the triple cast of 90 players, with the Peters shared by BAG school of the arts drama students Maureen Flynn on Friday, Kathy Pitt in both matinees and Krissy Lewis in Saturday evening's performance. Kevin Truell, Joe McGrath and Robert Hall will take role turns with Captain Hook. ".'·' , Musical accompanist is Nancy Oriente and dance sequences are choreographed by Vera Carroll. BUYING FURNITURE? COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY!! Don't loose YOU r coolant over a little bit of hose ; , Don't gamble'on radiator hose. You could be a big loser with hose that is over -age, cracked, swollen, brittle, or .too soft.You could lose expensive coolant. Worse yet--with rapid loss of coolant and continued driving, you could burnbut your engine. We have the Goodyear hose you need for every application. Hose clamps, too.. In stock and ready to install. · v * · ' ~ , ·' Goodyear hose is made to give you long service life, even under today's high engine, temperatures. Don't take a chance with your automobile engine. Make sure-you can depend on your hose: GOOD/YEAR Fan Belts Radiator Hose Stop In For FREE Check Today TIRE AUTO SERVICENTER 12742 S. Western Ave. Blue Island 389-3135 ii \ t'p Rung ;FU karate expert Dean Blakeney will appear at the: Ashburn Baptist church, !3647 W. 83rd St., at 6:30 p.m. Friday, for the : annual father/and son banquet. " · ' · ; ' · ' . ' Blakeney is; an expert in Kung Fu karate and weaponry: Japanese Samurai sword, ."the" Turkish Kukrie knife, the Filipino Bolo knife and Viet Namese sword. · ' · · ' . - / : He has broken 1,000 pounds .of ice with one blow ' using a technique with the open hand, the "iron palm." Blindfolded; he severs a watermelon from a man's stomach with a Samurai, sword, breaks a foot of concrete with one hand and has 50 pounds of concrete . smashed from his stomach with a sledge hammer while lying on a bed of spikes. As unusual as these feats may be, Blakeney uses his strength to illustrate the message of the Bible. When asked, "Why the strange combination of karate and the Bible?" Blakeney replies, "I compare my sword to the Bible, the sword of the Lord. Though I cut* fruit from a man's neck, the Word of God cuts into a man's heart. The bricks I break are an illustration of people's attitudes toward God when they reject Him. "Karate certainly is an 'attention getter'," Blake- ney said, "but my main purpose is to communicate the joy one can experience in life by yielding to the power of God." Tickets are available by phoning 735-6205. ,,, Uraham' Sate! tw, 20% 'Come In and Save $$$ During This Sale On Our Specially Selected 1977 WALLCOVERINGS Only fresh, 1977 fashionable wallcoverings in this sale. " ,,«,, /##·* r a h o m s 2245 WEST 95ih ST. 233-8282 "-irking adjoining lo ,i;/ ^.^. o ' -'.-.-·- nd Tburfdoy intil 8:C-O P.M. NOW THRU APRH. 3 IN OUR COCO LOCO'S SUPPER ClUB: FREDDIE BELL 2-for-1 Dinner Show SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY Coming April 5 thru 70 AL MORGAN In Coco Loco's Supper Club BOB HOPE MAY 16-17-18 DINNER t SHOW $25 up In Columbian Supper Club: ST RAUL FEDERAL OFFERS A WITH A SELECT SAVINGS GIFT! .: YOUR CHOICE FREE OR ATA REDUCED PRICE We're atJding our personal touch to the joy of Spring with St. Paul Federal's widest selection of desirable gifts for saving. 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