Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 3
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. April 13,1977 SR Page 3 Hynes opens search Hunt clues for scholar's grants State Sen. Thomas C. Hynes (D-28th) has announced that his scholarship advisory committee is accepting applications for General Assembly scholarship awards. Each member of the General Assembly is entitled to designate annually two residents of the district as recipients of full tutipn scholarships to state universities and colleges. Since he was elected, Hynes has awarded his scholarships to applicants selected by the advisory committee which is composed of community leaders in the 28th district. The committee reviews applications and after the finalists have been person- ·ally interviewed, the recipients for the scholarships are selected. The awards are made primarily on the basis of the applicant's needs financially, scholastic achievement and potential. Members of the committee are James L. Cunningham, 11204 S. Western ave.; Elves D. Bakkers, 29 E. 115th st.; Mrs. Elmer Casey, 10612 S. Prospect ave.; Peter C. Cunningham, 10727 S. Millard ave.; Mrs. Beulah Schulte, 12917 Page St., Blue Island; Charles E. Johnson, 11611 S. Ada St., and Fred O'Reilly, 2625 W. 106th pi. Recipients of the scholarships must be residents of the 28th district. Persons wishing to oe considered for a scholarship award should send their request for an application to Sen. Thomas C. Hynes, c/o scholarship advisory committee, 10231 S. Western ave., Chicago 60643. Applications must be received by June 15. in slaying Police still have no clues as to the slayer of a janitor at Simeon Vocational High school, who was found dead in his car at 8200 S. Stewart Monday morning. According to Area 2 Homicide Sgt. William Boreczky, a construction worked discovered the body of George Rankin, 58, 7834 S. Ellis in his Volkswagen, which was parked down the street from the school. Boreczky said that Ranking incurred one gun-shot wound in the head, an apparent victim of a robbery, due to the fact that his pockets were turned inside o u t . Candidates, civic group at dedication . H»-«JfVrightwood Improvement association officers are shown i.* pKith two of the : six 18tb ward aldermanic canidates at the dedication of the Hayes Park fieldhouse, 2J29 W. 83rd st. They are (from' left) candidate Walter Kiltz, Republican jrnward commiUeeman; Cathy Connors, association secre- "! tary; Vince Vece, association president; independent ;« Democratic candidate Andrew McGann and Jerry Craven, association director. A third aldermanic candidate present at the dedication, Robert T. Kellam, was invited to be in the picture, but declined. According to the association board, "it is not the policy" of the organization "to endorse any of the candidates,"'but that its officers and members "wish all the candidates well in the election." Open appeal to fund BAG art fair prizes j,' 1 ^' A small bore of Beverly "'·fund raisers, headed by "~I"Slarcella Meyer and assist"^ ed by Thehna Ablan, Judy ·-^Burke, Joanne Prazel and "' Sara Nash, are seeking v cash contributions from 2 -''community business and ^professional people and in- ^"JKviduals fo underwrite the ·^ -awards for winning artists 10 "at the second annual Beverly Art center Art fair and ' · ^festival in June. The committee, which is conducting a direct mail Art festival ;g$et ^Sunday 35S a ser j es O f irk district festival of arts be held at 2 p.m. unda* at West Pullman jrkrl23rd st. and Stewart 'Out Kind of Town" is titeme of the fashion f artcraft, needlework,, pottery and dress- makiifg. Demonstrations will be given in ceramics, ma- crante, painting, quilting and silk flower making. Participating parks include Bogan, Brainerd, Durkin, Euclid, Foster, Higgins, Mt. vQreenwood, Mt Vernon, Oakdale, Ridge and -West Pullman. campaign, welcomes modest donations as well as large contributions to reach its goal of $3,000 before April 30. Donors will be listed as art patrons in the printed fair and festival program brochure. "The BAC sponsored fair and festival, calendared for the weekend of June 17 through 19, is designed not only to bring artistic pleasure to the residents of Chicago and the south suburbs, but just as importantly it serves as a vehicle for exhibiting the talents of many fine and aspiring artists," Marcella Meyer explains in her campaign letter. She also asks the potential donor to consider the excitement in knowing "you had a part in helping a future Caulder, Chagall or Pi-" casso." More than 100 local and midwestern artists are expected to participate in the outdoor show and sale on the center mall, 2153 W. lllth st., opening at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 18, and continuing through dusk Sunday, June 19. Three awards in each of eight media catagories, with a first prize of $150, a second place of $100, and a third award of $50, will be presented on the last fair day to the winner artists. The juried work will represent a wide range of media such as ceramics, fiber, painting, graphics, jewelry, photography, sculpture and others. A distinguished panel of experienced and accomplished art educators and administrators, artists and critics a newspaper film critic, a city filmmaker, poet and classical musician. Special children's entertainment will feature live drama, magic, mime and vaudeville. Ruth Vorwaller is general chairman of the festival Contributions for the art prize fund should be made payabe to the Beverly Art center and mailed to 2153 W. lllth st. are serving as jurors .and judges. Five entrance' jurors who will critique the entries this month include Don Bulucos, chairman, art department, Mundelein college, Janet Cooling, artist and educational director, Artemisia gallery; Dolores Fortuna, ceramics instructor, St. Xavier college; Josh Kind, art historian, Northern Illinois university, and Vicky Lewis, fiber artist. Judging the fair artists will be Edward Barry, noted art critic and retired art editor of the Chicago Tribune; Judith Kirshner, curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Victor Sorell, chairman, art department, Chicago State university and member of the Chicago Council of Fine Arts. Officially scheduled to open Friday, June at 11 a.m., the festival program will also have artisans and craftsmen in demonstrations and workshops, performances by baroque and folk musicians, a German lieder concert, modern dance ballet, Second City, a production of Scott Joplin's ragtime folk opera. 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