Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 4
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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*-* Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 Seven area men, women are \ -^ nominated for Hall of Farpe Bogan students science winners Five Bogu High school students were winners in the City Sde»ce fair, capturing 21 special awards. They are (from left) Errie CelaaUmto, who received an "Ontstudiig" for bis project OB microbiology; Julia PajowsH, an "O»t- studiBg" for her conservation and environment project; Dine Jankowski, an "Excellent" for a microbiology exhibit; Herbert Jaresko, an "Excellent" in mathematics; Cites savings in plate savings Illinois taxpayers will save $21 million over a fi- veyear penod if the Senate passes multi-year license plate legislation this session, according to State Rep. Walter S. Kozubowski (D-23rd). The bill, co-sponsored by Kozubowski and passed by the House by a 154 to 4 vote, would require motorists to purchase registration decals each year and attach them to their license plates, instead of replacing the entire plates. "Costs to manufacture the plates will double during the first year, because of the heavier duty metal needed for a multi-year plate," Kozubowski explained. "In later years, however, the costs will drop below the present level. The secretary of state would determine the number of years the plates would be used." Residents would be able to purchase the annual tags from banks and currency exchanges just like the presently used yearly license plates. Requests for special numbers and the same number would also be allowed under the new arrangement Kozubowski said that if passed, the law would call for the new system to be Initiated in 1978. "Illinois is only of only nine states which still usue annual plates," he said. Library sets contest Wrightwood library, 2519 W. 79th st,, will celebrate National Library week April 17 through April 23 with a library information game. Through that week, any child may draw a catalog card from a box in the library, and answer questions that will test his knowledge about the information on the card. Correct answers will be rewarded with a special bookmark. The regularly scheduled movie will be presented Friday, April 22. at 3:45 p ra- in addition, there will be a skit given by the girls of Group 91 of the Adventurers of the Campfire Girls of Chicago, under the direction of Mrs. Ellen Statkus, their leader The skit, "Down in the Dumps," is a humorous look at recycling, and will be performed by Ann Labuda, Christine Mitrick, Carol Naponiello, Patti Ryan, Vicki Statkus and Lynn Tobin. Information may be obtained by calling the library at 471-2696 Robert -, 7 . 11 Hair, Village Triaminic® Expectorant 1.99 Oecongestant For relief of coughs and nasaJ congestion. 4-oz sue fi^nc-j - -- -~***t-^ Triaminic® «--^5L'"**** t -- , £ Syrup 1.59 Oral nasal deconges- Janl for sluffed and runny noses' 4-oz size BURBANK PLAZA BURBANK, ILLINOIS 79TH ST. AND CICERO AVE. and Georgianne Kmack, "Outstanding" for botany. Students who received "Outstanding" awards will represent Bogan IB the Illinois Junior Academy of Sciences Fair in SpriagfieU this month. Colantonto, Jankowski and Kmack are finalists in the science fair scholarship competition. (Staff photo by Larry Rnehl) Seven Southwest Siders have been nominated to be considered for election to the Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped 1977 senior citizens Hall of Fame. South region nominees will be honored April 28 at l p.m. at the South Shore Country club, 7059 South Shore dr. The nominating deadline extends through tomorrow. Ceremonies conducted by Bruce Trinz, chairman of the citizens committee, will include a statement of appreciation for community Church sets dedication Bishop Paul Washburn of the Chicago Area Northern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist church, will dedicate the educational wing of Mt. Greenwood United Methodist church, 110th st. and St. Louis ave., at 10:30a.m. May 22. Joining Bishop Washburn will be the Rev. BUI Bryan, district superintendent of the Chicago southern region Former pastors and members alro are to have a part in the dedication After the dedication a noon meal will be served. serv'ce, an introduction of nominees, the awarding of certificates of recognition and refreshments and entertainment. The area nominees and the community organization nominating them are Lorimer N. Clymo, 7353 S. Kedzie, Holy Cross hospital; Mrs. Viola A Grening, 6600 S. Keating, West Lawn Memorial AMVETS post 192. Also, Ellsworth L. Lacey, 5709 S. Tripp, West Lawn Chamber of Commerce* and Sparkle Food center, Mrs. Lillian C. Pawlisz, 6324 S. Kolin, St. Mary Star of the Sea Senior Citizens club; Mrs. Martin Studenroth, 6516 S. Maplewood, Woman's Auxiliary of Christ hospital; Mrs. Emily SurweB, 5601 S. Monitor, Ford City VIP Senior Citizens club and Patrick A. Murphy, 3425 W. 60th St., St. Nicholas of Tolentine, Senior Citizens club. The Hall of Fame has been sponsored annually since 1962 by the Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens and Handicapped. It, is Wage's way of honoring men tnd women 62 and older who have responded to the challenges of their retirement years by enriching the lives of others and making significant contributions to the social, cultural and 'business life of the metropolitan area Fifty members, chosen from the more than 250 .nominees who are being .honored at regional receptions, will be,, inducted into the hall at a/ ceremony in the council chambers of city hall Wednesday, May 18. Job fair slated for I 2 days at Ford City A job fair for person's who are looking for work, interested in changing jobs, or entering new career fields, will be held by Daley college Tuesday, April 19, and Wednesday, April 20, at the Ford City Shopping, center, 7500 S Cicero ave. The fair is opeN to the public free of charge. "The two-day Job fair will be held in the enclosed mall at Ford City from noon to 9 p.m. both days. Twenty-nine metropolitan area firms and agencies will talk to job applicants at booths set up in the mall and will make appointments for interviews. The Job fair is sponsored by the counseling and cooperative education departments of Daley college, 7500 S. Pulaski rd George Schutna, counselor, and Joe Clam, coordinator of cooperative education at the college, will offer fairgoers information on educational programs de- signed for career preparation by Daley college. 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