Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 6
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April 14, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 6

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PageCCSR Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. April 13.1977 Happenings in the suburbs 'Oklahoma!' on Kelly bill Cast members of the Kelly High school production of the Rodgers aid Hammersteii musical "Oklahoma!" get set Kelly High school's mus- Love" and many more, tic department in coopera- Playing the leaders are tion with Kelly park, will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "Oklahoma!" at 7:30 p m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. A cast of Kelly singers, dancers and musicians has spent several months in preparation of the production, which will be presented in the high school's auditorium, 4136 S California ave. Highlights incluse such memorable tunes as "Surrey With the Fringe on Top," "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornta'," "Oklahoma'" "People Will Say We're in McGann offers tax, legal help Andrew 3. McGann, 18th ward aldermanic candidate, has promised to offer free income tax advice and emergency legal counseling through his office if he is elected. McGann said he has received commitments from accountants and lawyers to volunteer their services. In addition, free real estate tax advice for senior citizens will be offered, according to McGann's campaign office. McGann faces five opponents in the'Tuesday election. Lourdes club meets tonight Lourde's Mothers' club will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the school cafeteria. After the business session, a live plant demonstration will be given by a representative of the Linder Garden shop JoAnne Pach, Al Twombley, Ed Wolynia, Chris Krause, Darline Zurawski, Kevin Connolly and Bob Kaminske. Tickets are $2 and may be purchased at the door. The production is under the supervision of Arthur Gerson, choral music teacher and acting chairman of Don't Name your age for poor hearing Chicago, HI.--A free offer of special interest to those who hear'but do not understand words has been announced by Bel* tone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid of its kind will be given absolutely free to anone answering this advertisement. True, all hearing problems are not alike... and some cannot be helped, but many am. Send for this non-operating model now. 'Wear it in the privacy of your own home to see how tiny hearing help can be. It's yours to keep, free. Tbe actual aid weighs less than a third of an ounce; and jt's 'all at ear level, in one unit. _ These models are free, to we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost,. «nd certainly no obligation. Thousands have already been mailed, so write today to Dept. 2388 BeltoM Electronics Ctrp., 311 S. Adams Spriigf ieW, HI. S27«l Gowdesa del Map for Fine Dining on Any Occasion in our Coffee Shop and in our Main Dining Rooms Reservations Invited 995-1000 371-7000 Plan To Dine Here On Mother's Day. May 8. Please Reserve Early CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. for evening performances tomorrow, Friday and Saturday in the school auditorium, 413 S. California. the music department mund Kantor, English Assisting him are Al Pret- teacher, and Janet Wojcik, kehs, director of bands, Ed- music teacher Oak Lawn - Mayor Fred Dumke cannot be retried on federal charges stemming from the Venture store rezoning because of a U.S. Supreme court decision handed down last week, according to Dumke's lawyer. Mayoral candidate Ernest Kolb proposed creation of a Youth Service bureau in the village police" department, and pledged to seek additional commuter train service from the Norfolk and Western railroad. Burbaik - While the three mayoral candidates debate whether to establish a police 'force in Burbank, six independent candidates have announced what they feel are the important campaign issues. Although Mayor John Fitzgerald said that any discussion of establishing the city's own police force should come after the municipal election, his two opponents in the race for mayor used a candidates' forum to strongly advocate their views on the subject. Alsip - The utility tax and the new village hall were two of the/! issues used by the Alsip .Concerned Taxpayers slate against the United People's party in a debate sponsored by the Alsip Homeowners association. :. Evergreei Park - Evergreen, Park candidates made 'campaign pitches and waded through dozens of questions-to try to capture police union support. Chicago 'Ridge - Water rates in the village have been increased from $l*to $1.20 per 1,000 gallons. The new rate will be retroactive to Jan. 1. * Worth Township - Township Republican committeeman Ronald Larson said GOP leaders will probably file a suit, asking to void township election results and hold a new election. Brldgeview - Inclusion of stop lights and pedestrian crossings in plans for widening Harlem ave. through Bridgeview are being stressed by village businessmen and industrialists. Westhavea - Attorneys for, Westhaven are scheduled to file a complaint with the Illinois Commerce commission charging Citizens Utilities Co. with providing the village with poor quality water. Bedford Park - Bedford Park will start condemnation proceedings on two buildings if the owners to not repair or demolish them by April 15 The buildings, 5811 W. 66th st. and 5901 W. 66th., are in a trust and real estate taxes for 1976 have been paid on both buildings. Justice - Responding to the Lyons club pledge to renovate the field behind the village hall at 7800 Archer rd., the village board has appropriated $3,000 for athletic equipment. Orland Park - The Orland Historical society has begun the preservation and resto- ration of a 120-year-old log cabin by retaining an historical .resource architect to oversee the venture. * Midlothian - The ^president of the board of education of Midlothian Elementary school district 143 has announced his resignation from the', board, effective yesterdays * Tinley Park - District^ voters will be asked to-cast their ballots again on.the $1.6 million 1 referendum which was defeated by 129 votes last month." ·. Country Club Hills - A move bv the Country Club Hills/Hazel fCresfLibraTy board to purchase a library site in Hazel Crest has been defeated. Calumet Park - Tension slowly gave way to exultation at Calumet Park Democratic Organization headquarters as precinct totals filtered m to proclaim victory for the Concerned Citizens party. x T^t , Village YOUR PROMOTIONAL DEPARTMENT STORE Alberto V05 Hair Spray U11U I Special Purchase Straw C*ch* Pot* Favorite. Candy Bar* twstte. 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