Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 8
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 8

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
Page 8
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Economist Newspaper*, Wednesday. April B, 1877 Happenings in suburbs School district 143 will hire 10 em- ployes due to a $110,000 grant received under the federally-funded Comprehensive Employment Training act Cwralry Clrt Hltb - Members of the Country Club Hills Athletic association have learned that vandals extensively damaged a ball field at 187th and Baker this winter. Orlaad Park - The village board has approved the payment of the last $1,2K of legal tees in Fernway subdivision's successful fight against Citizens Utilities rate increases. Wiley Park - Finance chairman Kenneth Fulton and the village board have begun work on the annual budget, which they hope will keep expenses low and stfll provide ongoing services. tfesthaven - A 19-acre parcel of land at 165th st. and 18th ave was recommended for annexation to Westhtven for single-family homes dak UWM - Faced with a 57 per cent increase in workmen's compensation premiums, village officials have decided to set up their own coverage program, a move expected to save up to $40,000. Oak Lawn businessman Davis Boyd accused mayoral candidate Thomas Powell of trying to "take the credit for work done by the Chamber of Commerce," when Powell proposed formation of a business development commission In the village. AJslp - Alsip Park Board President Kathryn Esposlto reported that results of lie detector tests have shown no connections between commissioners and em- ployes of the park district and three thefts from district offices' Chicago Htdge - Although they are running with no opposition in the upcoming municipal election, the Chicago Ridge Performance party candidates, led by incumbent Mayor Eugene Siege), are seeking a "vote of SIZZLING SOFA SALE Your "Dream" sofa can now become a room glorifying reality Walk through our store see if our sofas don't stop you m your tracks They re dramatic. Gorgeous Josephine can help you with the room decor Just pick out your favorite design and let Jcwphine do the planning for whatever else you need Draperies and carpeting can be co-ordinated to give your home the professional look. Anybody can have a sale . why not get the help you need to take every advantage of your super sofa buy. Our stock has never been greater. The selection is fantastic Every sofa is on sale If you like what you see, we can deliver immediately Or we can special order the labnc of your choice Come in today meet Josephine meet Mr. Broderick If we don t treat you better than any furniture company in Chicago, we do not deserve your business-this is the truth. Ato charge ol ceurse- for any service confidence" from village residents, MerriMtette - In an effort to suit- a shopping center planned for llHh st and Kedzfe ave., Chicago's Mt. Greenwood! Community council wil! seek a federal environmental impact study. ' Jistfce - A Justice man has been indicted on 10 counts of violation of II- iloins income tax and state and federal motor fuel tax laws. Palos Heights - Three Chicago men have been charged with armed robbery and aggravated battery in connection with an Incident last week In which a 21-year-old man was dragged from bis car and beaten. Lyons Township - The outcome of the guess as Democrats have split into two tickets and Republicans have received endorsements from several prominent Republicans, including U.S. Rep Ed Derwinski. Worth - A public hearing will be held later this month to determine how to finance a proposed $690,000 two-story addition to the Worth Public library. At its final meeting before the election, the township board of auditors approved salary bikes for all elected officials. Rtverdale - Three Chicago men were arrested and charged with criminal trespass to a vehicle and attempted theft by Riverdale police. According to Pete Sanders, Riverdale police chief, the Ustry Taylor, Willie Miggins and Henry L. Thompson of Chicago, were apprehended by police as they allegedly attepted to steal a radiator from a car parked near 138th st. and Illinois ave. Police also arrested Andre Ltadsey, 130 E I44ra st., Harvey, after Liodsey allegedly tried to enter an apartment at 13707 Stewart He was charged with attempted burglary. * DoUoa - The big job of street repairs to potholes and erosion will begin as soon as the hot-patch plants open and material for permanent repair is available. Trustee Waiter Nelson said crews have been using cold patch, the only available, type at this season. This does not last long, but fills the bill as a temporary repair, be said. Ltuntg - Mayor Jack McNary and members of the Dedicated party reiterated their support of two campaign Issues, la light of opposition statements regarding village growth and die airport acquisition. Two Lansing youths were arrested and charged with felony arson after an alleged fire setting spree through the Halsted st. shopping district in Homewood. Dale Evers, 19, 17433 Burnham ave.and Dave , lorenz, 18, 18371 West st, are accused of setting shopping displays on fire in the woolco, Osco and Jewels stores on the west side of Halsted st, then crossed to the Robert Hall store where they ignited a smoke bomb and were apprehended by security guards. Louis LaMourie, an Independent candidate for mayor, said he is "sick and tired of machine politics". Jill Dircks wins PTA scholarship Bogu High seta! stotat Jill Hrcks fwrlh from Ml), 3544 W. nth st, b (he redpteit of the fl,M* G*Un JiMIee scboUrsto offered by District K of the ffliaob Omgress of Pareits aid Teachers. Presemtiig fee sdral Jill Dircks, a student at Bogan High school, has been awarded the (1,000 Golden Jubilee scholarship aishlp is Mrs. George Pagels of District JS Schett, Bogaa High's principal; Mis. Robert scholarship competition first runer-ap Carolyn offered by District 25 of the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers. Miss Dircks, 3544 W. 87th st, received the scholarship at the 10th annual District 25 awards luncheon Friday. The 11,000 is payable over four years. There are no re- strictions on the use of the money, but the recipient must either teach one semester In an Illinois school for each year she receives the scholarship, or work in another field at an Illinois school, such as school nurse or psychologist. Miss Dircks,-who plans to specialize in elementary education, is the fourth Bogan student in as many years to as (tram left) WiUlam J. Wrcks, Jill's mother, and WtnUnson kMk M. receive the Golden Jubilee scholarship. She was selected by a committee of PTA members and educators from among applicants from nine high schools. K3-19U f Bring the Coupon Below And receive 25c off when purchasing Corn Fed Beef Sandwich vvvvvvwvvvvvvvuvvvuvvuwvvvvvvvvvuvvvvvvvv TOWARD PURCHASE OF Cal's Corn Fed Beef Sandwich only at 8231 South Cicero Ave. - Chicago Offer Expires April 21,1977 ONE COUPON PER PERSON Fed Beef 8231 S. Cicero Av*. Chieogo Home Of Great Sandwiches Dine In -Carry -Oat Future home owners: It's time we got together When the clock strikes half past April, we know that the house-hunting season is in full swing. But do you know that right now is an especially good time to buy? Chesterfield has plenty of money for all qualified mortgage loan applicants, mortgage interest rates are down considerably, and the price of homes is as sure to rise as tomorrow's sun. Here's what you can expect from a Chesterfield home loan: competitive rates, no discounts and no red tape. Also prompt, courteous service, prompt commitments and prompt closings. And a; here are valuable extras that you may not expect, but they're automatically a part of every Chesterfield home loan: the skip-payment provision, the open-end clause and a wide-open prepayment privilege. So if you've made the smart decision to invest in a home now, come in and talk to one of our home loan experts. Hell Rive you all the details and show you why a Chesterfield-financed home is never a financial burden. No obligation, of course. All you stand to lose is your rent receipts. sflvmes ADD icon association 10801 SWwwnAw., OiiW9o.TM 60M3, Phon*!39-«»0 10)35 HobCTwawfl, WlwWlte.»l SOWS, Hwnt430-S$« W*tch for »*t owning of oar FrarAfwl H»r»r*flh in fn«J 1977

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