Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 30
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 30

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
Page 30
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. March 23.1!)77 Illinois Bell's John E. Lake (center) holds the General Manager's Award of Excellence presented to him at a luncheon earlier this month by Clyde C. Bojlls (right), general ' manager for Illinois Bell's operations on Chicago's south side. With them is Frank J. Cunningham, business representative, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 134. 'Good Samaritan' John E. Lake, 9520 S Kildare. Oak Lawn, has been honored by Illinois Bell for noteworthy public service. Clyde C. Boylls, general manager of Illinois Bell operations on Chicago's South Side, presented a General Manager's Award of Excellence certificate to Lake who is a foreman at the company's Prospect office at 3605 W 63rd st Lake was recognized for performing a good S Samaritan act involving a woman who fell and broke her leg. He was driving by the woman's neighborhood last summer when he noticed her in distress Lake helped the woman, and the two small children who were with here, get home. And once he got the woman home, he helped the woman's sister get her inside. Since 1973, when Boylls established the General Manager's Award of Excellence on the South Side, 18 awards, including Lake's, have been presented. One of these awards was given to a non-employe who provided aid in a lifesaving act Course in Hypnosis offered at college A course in the application of self-hypnosis will be held April 15 at Richard J Daley college, 7500 S. Pulaski rd. Registration will be March 28. Purpose of the course will be to erase the negative views and misconceptions held by the pubb'c in regard to hypnosis. Course instructor will be Richard D. Powlick, clinical .hypnotist. It will be Powl; ick's seventh year at the collge. The course will consist of five consecutive Fridays from 6:30 to 9.10. Information is available from Daniel Racich, director of adult education and community service, 7353000. Subjects are: Class 1--Orientation, explanation of the permission system and the proper language and timing for suggestions and post hypnotic suggestions. First test for ESP Class 2-v-Explanation of the pendulum technique in conjunction with selp hypnosis techniques. Second test for ESP; first test of autoKir.ot'c phenomenon without suggestions. Class 3--Explantion the bio-rhythm chart. Demonstration of Braille technique MIRACLE HEALING SERVICES EVANGELIST JOSEPH PAWLAK EVERY Friday Evening 7:30 PM Oolton Bridge Club 14800 Chicago Road Dolton, Illinois EVERY Sunday Afternoon 2:00 P-M MASONIC TEMPLE 14130 INDIANA RIVERDALE. ILL. PRAYER LINE * INFORMATION 862-8945 FRANK SHIREY SHOW SPECIAL! BRAM) NEW 1977 CADILLAC COUPE DE VfllE AaunMtM- Grant* Control. SKd Bdied R«Jal wta* W«D Tins, Stonxn Sp«« TSre. Soft Rty Gax, Power Door Locks. $ Wjy Driver POBTT Scat*. Hifft Encro Ipntion. Diptal *Oodt. Fwdom Bat- scy. Ijcnp Momto^. Cmncnnj: LafSits. Aatomvbc TVanRiniiKinn. Power Stpermc. Tw«r ^Trodown. Dad fa*vt Baits. AM/FM JUiio. Ccpdwl Flow Matt From 4 Rear. R«aole Control MBTOT Rajjit Uft Sides. Fol WnnJ CO;-BS, front and Reur Sort Fold Dotm Cento- Ar» fesftn, Dtw Edge Gourd*. · Arjolinlc on » baaei iaata an 5ht JaDeminr olenor colws. Cotillion White, Grotpjro Sflvw, Saffron Vrilow, Denfti»» Brown, Swomrt Green. Sonora Tan, M« AaraMisroon. Frank Shirey wants you to compare the Auto Show cars to a Frank Shiny Cadillac Our special price $8395 FRANKSHIREY 636-6600 Making Cadillac Affordable for you 10125 S. CICERO AVE., OAK LAY/tf, ILL. 108th and CENTRAL - USED CAR DEPT. Mraz blasts opponent's innuendoes Wayne Mraz, Orland town clerk and candidate for township supervisor, yesterday challenged his opponent to substaniate his "innuendoes and general statements." Mraz invited Richard Durkin, his opponent, to visit the Orland township office to read the guidelines for general assistance eligibility, which he said cover over 500 pages. "My opponent has been on record as being opposed to the township form of government," said Mraz. "His unfounded statements and innuendoes are an attempt to create irrelevant issues." Mraz said two township booklets were sent to every mailing address in the township in 1974 and 1976 to explain what township government is and what it does. He said 9,000 copies of the last booklet, 20 pages in length, were issued. "My opponent is charging that Orland township gov- ernment is 'cloistered,' and he wants to bring it out of the back rooms," continued Mraz. "He has never attended a scheduled meeting of the board of auditors even though they meet twice a month. My opponent has never reviewed the budgets and reports that are conveniently displayed at the township office and are available to any interested citizen or group." Mraz said the incumbent officials are seeking re-election on their record of the last four years and their plans for the future of Or- land township. Services they wduld like to see continued include: Orland Township Youth commission; Family and Mental Health programs and services; convenient voter registration; efficient highway and road maintai- nance; Cook county vehicle tag sales; Circuit Breaker and Homestead exemption assistance. Future township plans in- clude: , Full implementation of the Youth Study committee; exploration of economical ways to develop a health clinic; maintain and increase the open lines of communication with the villages of Orland Park, Westhaven and Tinley Park to plan cooperative programs with federal revenue sharing funds; scheduled accountability reports to homeowner groups, civic clubs and other taxing bodies and distribution of a Supervisor's Bulletin to all organizations and clubs to include scheduled township activities. "Check the record," said Mraz. "M\ the incumbents have worked hard to expand the role of township government throughout the community. The voters will not be influenced by inflammatory statements." Mraz insisted that township government has made steady progress in Orland in the last four years. Shaw to attend parley John W. Shaw, 5159 S. Newland, a U.S. General Services administration em- ploye, has been selected to attend the 1977 Symposium for Professional Personnel- ists in Williamsburg, Va., March 21-25. "This is indeed an honor," said Jack R. Williams, director of public services for the GSA's Region Five. "Only TOjederal employes in the country are asked to participate. A great majority of these are from Washington, D.C. "This is the first time a GSA employe has been selected from Chicago," he said. A first lieutenant in the army during ^he Vietnam war, Shaw began his personnel management career in 1970 as an employment specialist with the Illinois State Employment service. He entered federal service in 1973 with an appointment as a personnel staffing specialist at the Region 5 office of the GSA. Since then, he has competitively advanced to his pos- ition of personnel management specialist. He holds a B.A. from the University of Illinois, and is pursuing an M.A. at DePaul university. "Since coming to GSA, Shaw has consistently demonstrated, through his performance, unusual leadership ability and understanding of the management process," Williams said. "He has a high degree of innovation and creativity, and an acute analytical insight into the solution of personnel management problems." . Sears CATALOG A SURPLUS QUANTITIES AND ASSORTMENT LIMITED HURRY IN WHILE THEY LAST [MIDWAY STORE ONLY. MONSTER DAY SATURDAY, MARCH 26 7l2,000.00 Worth Of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Musical Instruments. Radios, Portable Radios, Multi-Band Radios, Clock Radios, Stereos, Phonographs Many One Of A Kind Items r ~ 50% Off Catalog Prices Your Favorite .MONSTER! Here in Person... 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Drawing on Monster Day Every Half 15 Prizes to be Awarded. Winner need not be present MEN'S UNDERWEAR Assorted Styles t Sizes Was**99te ·tJOOPacttate White 400 Ust J^ $099 Men's Sport-! CALENDAR WATCN Was '19.99 NOW JUNIOR BLOUSES Assorted Styles. Sixes i Colors $250 Was "5*8 to ·11.99 While 100 last Lawn Mowers 20" Rotary Mower 2 Cyde, 20:1 Fuel Ratio Was V9JOO While 20 Ust *59 99 5555 So. Archer (4 Blocks West of Cicero) »ears i^SHOP SEARS CATALOG SURPLUS '^1 STORE REGULARLY FOR THOUSANDS i HW ITEMS 10% to 0% BELOW CATLOG PRICES CATALOG SURPLUS STORE HOURS SATISFACTION GUAIANTfEO OK TOU« MONET 1ACK FREE PARKING * .FWSPAPFKi

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