Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 36
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday, April 6, 1877 Ford City happenings Spring Fashion shows planned at Ford City Spring Fashion shows are the order o[ the day... and two more are rapidly ap- proaching at the Ford City shopping center, T6th and S. Cicero. There's still time Bey, ldds...there's still tine for yon to come and greet the Easter Brany before be leaves to deliver an tiut great candy and eggs on Easter monlag. He'll be waiting to see you in the center mall at the Ford City shopping center, 7«h aad S. Cicero from now tin fc3t p.m. on Satorday, April I. Yoa can even have your picture takes with mm If VM so desire, so doit miss out on tUs special Easter remembrance. And after you've visited with tin E.B., Mom aad Dad can flush their last mbnte Easter shopping at Ford City's 15$ stores. It's a great place to spend the day. Mayor's office of inquiry in Ford City On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 7, 8 and 9, the Mayor's office of Inquiry and Information will be at the Ford City shopping center, 76th and S. Cicero to listen to citizen's requests for services and to take their complaints and refer them to the right agency. If you have a neighborhood problem lifce_ decreased animals, holes in the streets; or problems with unemployment or emergency food help, Eve Evangelist!, coordinator, will be on hand to listen and help you She can also arrange for tours of City hall or he loan of a 16mm film, which lasts 25 minutes, entitled, -"Report eo the People." The booth win be manned on Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 9 pm. and on Saturday from 10:30 a m to 5 pja. This is your opportunity as a concerned citizen to leam the services your city offers you and to make the city aware of problems they might now know exist Wards has announcement Montgomery Ward announces the opening of its first professional pharmacy in Illinois at their store, 7601 S. Cicero ave., Ford City shopping center, Chicago. "Prices of all medication will be reduced drastically. We fully recognize that the cost of medication is uppermost in everyone's mind and we feel strongly that we can help reduce these costs." said Gary Billingsley, pharmacy manager. charge card can be used to purchase medication The public can call the pharmacy for their low prices at 767-HH. Store hours are Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 P m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. As an additional service, the pharmacy will mail prescriptions to you at a slight additonal mailing fee and your Montgomery Ward Celebrates 15th anniversary L Aadrew Moore, fresMe* «T Beverly baak, WSJ W. inrd sL, caapatdaftd Mrs. EmIBe Beath M »er lift aa- aivetsary wKh fte bw*. Begtaaiag as a teller with the bank, she stoned baaktej at the Aaiericaa lastitate tf Baaaklag, ctmaletiat; (he estate aUnfeg cMrse. ta lie, ske was arptWed to aenoaal ba^ag ·fficer aad i» lt» was Mined asshftnt iBvestaMal officer. Her resaoasibuV ths iachde the hTyiBg aad sefflag «f seCTtMte- ctmmim xad preferred stocks, nmaMpal nd corrante biads aad UA Treasary fasws of an types. S»e sipervtees Certin- cates «T DeyWt a»d ft* sate «f (be boars tabwdbutod «% per vewt cxpHal antes. A f reqaett pabBc speaker, she Is tbe feaUer *f fhree award* !w fwWc speaking tnm the MUwesf Devdopwnrt testitate, A reeeatiM was beM at the baak to Mrs. Beatt's h»»or aid she was gtvea a pew- ler barrfcave lamp, a remtader «f her New Eaglaad trl- jdm. Mrs, Framk Heafh, ta private Bf e, fe fcatwi to «uay Bererty BBUs resMeats ft? her active hnorremeat wBh tbe ArtCeater ocflM as weU as far fctr tawrtto btk- Evergreen Plaza events Five sculptures added to collection On Thursday, April 14 at 6:45 p m. in the Center mall another graduating class of tile Wendy Ward school will walk down the runway to display the poise and modeling techniques they have learned in the six week course, as well as the latest in Spring fashions for gab v of aU ages. The director of ' · the school is Ms... Nancy Laudando and she can be reached at 284-4800 for additional information. ^ Friday, April 15, is the date of the Extra Special Fashion snow for extra special women. If you wear a tall or half-size, be sure you don't miss this one. It will prove to you that you can be just as "in" with the latest fashions as your smaller sisters. This show will also take place in the Center mall and it will Start at 6:30 p m All the shows axe free and are guaranteed to really put "Spring" into your life. Check presentation tarty Block Is pictaretf pretertif * check I* Mr. aid Mrs. KudMi of KK bhud for HM !· groceries la a ntMlkly drawiag ipttJorol by the Balabvw store it Evergreen Park. - QOQOOOQOQOOOOOOOOQOOOQQOQOPQQQOOOt Business and Shopping Nancy Becker to visit Concordia Have a Happy Easter! So that all of its many friends and employes can observe Easter Sunday in a happy holy way, the Ford City shopping center, 76th and S Cicero is pleased to announce that it will be closed all day Enjoy this holiday with family and friends, eating and worshiping in the church of your choice and know that everyone at Ford city wishes you a happy Easter. Monday morning, promptly at 10 a.m, 155 stores wifl be ready, willing and able to serve you. Don't be an April Fool when it comes to your cancer education. On Friday evening, April 22, Concordia Federal Savings, with offices in Evergreen Plaza, Ford City and suburban Alsip, and the American Cancer Society will co-sponsor a 'program on cancer prevention and early detection at Concordla's Ford City branch office, T6th and Eostner, between 6:30-9:30 pjn. Nancy Becker, TV anchorwoman, has received a number of awards from the- American Cancer Society for her contributions to educating the public in cancer detection techniques. She will visit Concordia April 22 to share her award-winning series on breast self-exam. Nancy, who grew ap in Southwest Chicago and at- tended Luther High School South, will he returning "home" for her visit with Concordia's customers and guests. Ms. Becker looks forward to presenting the series vid ' eo-tape and background information to Southwest side "neighbors" during her visit to Concordia's Ford City branch, April 22,8-9:30 p.m. She wfll coordinate her Cancer Prevention materials with Dr. Maxwell Westerman, M.D., head of the oncology department of Mt Sinai hospital) who will begin the program at 6:30 p.m. with information on early detection techniques and warning signals. Refreshments will be available. For additional Information, can Gate Kiesel at 499-2200. Wieboldt's present Formby techniques Here's good news for afl people who have seen Homer Formby, third genera- tion master antique restorer, on television and in person , F o r m b y * s representative, Beverly de Julio, Chicago's own "Mrs. Fixtt," will be at Wle- boidt's-Ford dry on Thursday, April 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. In the paint department, to transmit the Formby story with a one- hour film plus a one hour question and answer period. Film viewers will learn how to properly refnlsh furniture, remove stains and cigarette burns, and repair veneer. Other techniques, such as cleaning silver and brass, are also covered in the film. Mrs. de Julio Is ' qualified to answer any questions about the film and other reftnishmg problems. Kallman appointed Tops in her field Naacy K*ss aad her andel are aktared after wfcaaja* top ·MOTS latotolfriato to the ·rlgbul grid traafcy cmpeti- OM held at the Midwest Bair shew. Ste caatamd * to* spat la the erealag aad day hNk cattgacy. She abw Bade aa adatirabfc shnthu to the las Veai tmftWim. Her nest try win be thefhrid Saanm caaiert hi New Ytffc. Naacy b the director* Hair Fetate tor ~ * Highlighting a renown collection of bronze sculptures. Evergreen Plaza, 95th and S. Western ave., is proud to announce the addition, of five important bronze sculptures to the Arthur Rubloff Bronze Collection at Evergreen Plaza. AU five bronze additions, "Chief Washakie," "Appeal to the Great Spirit," "Me* cine Man," "Paul Revere" and "Massasoit," were modeled by Cyrus £. Daltin (1861-19*4), a renown sculptor of historical Indian figures. "Chief Washakie" is a peace sign sculpture in honor of the Indian who befriended the Mormon Pioneers: The Chief is shown astride a horse with the forked fingers of his raised hand in the shape of a V, not unlike the contemporary band gesture symbolizing peace. "Appeal to the Great SpUir' is Dailin's most famous bronze'. A life-size version of it stands in front of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts This sculpture ln- The lafiimmint ef Matt KalnuavNewYMtdenart- ·ent store encMtve, as «t- ecaflve Tke general ager »t Venn* Stores, tot, fte dUtiant atore dM- dan ft The May Denul- Stores' Alsip bank "plays it safe 1 Safety first! If yva*ve erer beat stranded wttt a dbaJMed car--especially «n * smarted traveled read, jwn'B a*der- siaad btw vataaWe « "Highway Bawneacy BT en be. The kits c*ftiaia fire exflajrtther, flat raw, rinta*, trw- Me fight, flares, HELP $ha and starter cables, atoa# wKh a bMktet «T htete m btw to "get gatog." Erery Marbl tfMdd htve«*e, tarry Shaab*, amtetoM vice yrcrideit of Alstp Bank, tells «y ttngh tf Oe baak's fata dtinttMrt. 1» gd detaSs «· iXa ·* any tan efficer at AfcJ» Baak, at llM spired countless poets and painters and a song entitled "Appeal to the Great Spirit," which was dedicated to President Hoover. "Medicine Man" was the second in Dallin's sculptures of an Indian theme, the statue won silver medals at the International'Ex- position in Paris in 1900 and at the Pan American Expo at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1901. "Paul Revere" was executed when DalUn returned from Paris in 1899, By this time his reputation as' a sculptor bad been firmly established. This model was formally approved by the Boston Ait Commission, it was exhibited at Dallin's studio and important officials were invited to view it. After lengthy debates, endless correspondences, and exasperating delays, Dallin's heroic size bronze equestrian statue of Paul Revere was at last unveiled on Sunday, Sept 22, 1940, fifty seven years of work completed at last. In November of 1620, the Pilgrims arrived at Plym- outh and possessed for themselves a portion of the country belonging to Massasoit, the great Wampanoagj Sachem (Chief) and his peovQ pie. For many years, Jris ^| extensive dominion had ex- vt isted in qualities belonging " to only a few -- that he could hold together so many tribes without constant warring. ^ In honor of Massasoit, th£$ great Wampanoag Sachenvf the sculpture was cast by*£ DalUn in 1920, This is one of five statues cast in the edition. Another overlooks Plymouth Bay, Plymouth", Mass. The entire collection was personally purchased by Mr. Arthur Rubloff, owner and developer of Evergreen Plaza. Hie exhibit is believed to be the largest col- · lection of masterpiece statues ever assembled for public viewing outside of an art institute or museum. ; The 19 sculptures included in the collection are located throughout Evergreen Pla-- za, and are open to the public, during all mall hours, free of charge. Fettst fern, Gtem Una* preside* «f the Eterneo ""»·«*«·'** c«cfl thv BaftM r, «mer aid devetoaer «f Evergreen Pttia aid the Bronze CeUecthw, staad- tagwtthuVMassasfitlBdteB, 'Flight Through Time' to show at the Plaza A fast-paced, audiovisual show concerning the history of aviation, and the United States Air Force, entitled '.'Flight Through Time" wOl be presented at Evergreen Plaza, 95th aad Western ave., April 8-9 from 11 ajn. to 5 p.m. The program,shown in a 36-seat mobile theater, features a ffltdti- image presentation and a stereo sound system. Gsing artwork, photographs and numerous sound effects, the show fflnstiates the progress of aviation from Leonardo da Vinci's dream of manned flight to man's landing on the moon. Primary emphasis throughout ibe snow is on the Air Force's contributions to America. Visitors to the theater simultaneously view five screens which cover a horizontal distance of 20 feet Fifteen slide projectors use more than 900 visuals during the 20-minule show. "FUgbt Through Time" received the grid medal for best multimedia doonnen- tary at the 1975 International FUm and TV Festival in NewYoA. Tbe exhibit 1$ sponsored by the Evergreen Park Chamber of Commerce and the Evergreen Plaza Merchants coundl in cooperation with the Air Force recruiting office 10735 S. Cicero ave.. Oak Lawn. Air Force personnel will be present to assist visitors and answer questions concerning the snow. For more Information call the Air Force Recruiting office, 42S- 4932. Lndegard, fmMeat »f has beei tiaimaB aid chief execute «fncer «f Glaibels New Y*rk. The pMttMa «t exeotire vice ·raMevt at Vewttn* has ·at bcea fffled far aereiaj yean. VcMve it a dhWai *f The May UtawtBinl Stores c»»n*y, secnA largest de*artaiewt store ckahi to UK US. Temtare ·penJes 24 dhcaaa* stores 5ftn* stain ncMng 11 to ft* SI LMfe area, «tx hi fe Kawn Or? am aai The ta the CWcag* area. Veafttre headquarters are at fS Nartbwtrt Ptoa, St. Lavs, Riding in comfort Dtrf*hy 9MM«, Le»a fawna, Apws Dwyer, Mary Brkkhffl, Itager Srifh, Barbara Stack were aanag the flwl i««s «· fte »ew Grcrgm* SPArFR

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