Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 9
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 9

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
Page 9
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rs, Wednesday, April 13.1977 EMPEHInewS ByKENMASSON Morgan Park High school will be host April 18 to a student human relations institute sponsored by the Chicago District Sutdent Council association. Main purpose of the meeting is to discuss and plan the student's role in formulating the public school's student desegregation plan. Three students will be represented on the 40-member committeee, which is to design the city's plan for desegregation. A citywide student advisory council has also been formed. Specific tasks of this group include proposing mini-courses and career guidance courses, preparing SIZZLING SOFA SALE v Your "Dream" sofa can now become a room glorifying reality Walk through our store see if our sofas don't stop you in your tracks They re dramatic. Gorgeous Josephine can help you with the room decor Just pick out your favorite design and let Josephine 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 fabric of your choice Come, in today meet Josephine meet Mr Brodenck If we don't treat you better than any furniture company in Chicago, we do not deserve your business-this is the truth No charge of murse- For any service Of Btftrlf Hills 2315 W. 95th BE 3-1900 Hon., Thin*., Fit. 9:30 to 9:00, nm., Ww. S»t. 9:30 to S:30, OpMt Suntor 13 to 9 human relations a recommendations a .. enting other ideas aac plans in connection with! desegregation. The desegregation committee structure anf' regation process wil plained to student representatives by EMP- EHI student Kyle Gftwold. Regina Lyons, prssident of Morgan Park Unitd Students, and ThomaJ3urke, principal, will be onjland to welcome the visiting students. , j After a group sessun, the students will break jip into smaller groups to Discuss various aspects of tie students' role in the sdnol desegregation process! In the afternoon, Hilda Raisner, a metnbei of the steering committee.of the Committpe Against tacism, will address studenu The last matterJon the agenda is small gjcup discussions on how to achieve better human reUtons in the high schools. \ It is noted that tit deseg- SR Pages regation plan wil implemented until of 1978. So far, in additio not be .he fall to Morgan, Kelly,- Harlah Julia, Phillips, Jones Comnencal, King St Francis BeSales, Good Counsel and it Thomas Aquinas Highi'schools have indicated (hey will sent student repre tntatives to the institute Mrs. Marietta u-micha el, EMPEHI huian relations coordinator *d executive secretary of e Chicago District Studelt Council association, is coordinating the institute. I *** i Morgan Park is proud of its student represtitation at the citywide scieAe fair at the Museum of Sflence and Industry. Sue Staszuk's .. Steiner-Lehmus eoject on theorem was judged "ou sanding," She -will be amoi£ a select number of studfls representing Chicago ; t the state science fair at* rbana in May Sue was also awarded tours of Argonne National laboratories an Sherwin- Williams Co. pla ts Receiving ' awards" were students Glona a project on mefeuring performance, for a project'on holography and Janet Stutz 'or a project on ecosystei s Mentzer was awarded tours at the Illinas Institute of Technology, E«search in stitute and Johison and Johnson Co \ Gloria was gmn tours of Sherwin-Willianr and the Veterans Admiiistration hospital. The later exhibit excellent EMPEHI Intake for test Metzer Vow (Honey Tblk/Lou35 ol A/pen 11*09011. Aspen convinces you that it's o much bigger wagon than ft really is. With a size all its own. A smooth ride. Phis plenty of cargo room and passenger comfort. 'Manufacturer's suggested retail price for base six-cylinder Aspen wagon, excluding destination charges, taxes, and title fees. Wheel covers and white DodtJG sidewall tires $71 extra cost. *»Vf* GtWPtMmtMi Office students to give show "Rhythm 'N' Rags," sixth annual fashion presentation by office occupation students of Simeon Vocational High school, is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday at Percy Julian High school auditorium, 10335 S. Elizabeth st The show conceived and written by the students who are specializing in business office skills' under direction of Mrs. Regina Waters is in its final rehearsals "Rhythm 'N 1 Rags" uses comic, glamorous, exotic and dramatic skits with a background of live music to point up good grooming for young people about to enter the business world Included among the featured numbers are the Misters, demonstrating attire for young male executives, a mad wedding, disco and casual clothes, a comparison between old fashioned and modern office wear, glamorous formal attire and exciting dance numbers. The class has 28 girls and one boy who put the show on annually to underwite the employer-employe banquet, a thank you gesture to executives who provided internships for the students during the year. Homeowners fete Martin The Mt. Greenwood Homeowners association board of directors honored Joe Martin (left), public relations director, for outstanding service to the Mt, Greenwood community at their annual dinner at Tiffany's restaurant in Oak Forest. Martin also presented a citation to Joe Ty Konrath right), president of the Mt. Greenwood Homeowners association, citing him as the "Most Outstanding Arm Twister of the Universe." Morgan FUley, clerk of the circuit court, was also cited for outstanding service to citizens of Cook county. was also given the American Speech and Hearing association award. Receiving honorable mention were Jennifer Conley for a project showing the effects of alcohol on human tissue and Najma Murur for a project on blood testing. The Truck, Inc., repotory touring' company specializing in Shakespeare, will perform at Morgan Park High school April 21 10:30 AM To 3P.M. S CHARM ROOM I 11915 S. Western Ave. S!?,P1 LUXE 15/ SALAD BAR AND SV YEET TABLE AND OUR OWN SPECIAL FRUIT FILLED CREPE PLUS A HOT BUFFET YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE INCLUDING: SPECIAL LEAN SUGAR BAKED HAM AND" KOURDrOF BHF CARVED TO ORDER Friday Night Buffet Of Sea Food 4:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. We promise a choice of 7 or 8 varieties of Sea Food With Hot Table and Salad Bar Prefer A Kitchen Menu Is Available ' Starting April 19th, we are temporarily discontinuing our luncheon* Tuesday thru Friday, 11 to 2:30. Announcing new store hours beginning April 19th Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday pick up on advance orders only Friday 9 to 7 Saturday 9 to 6 ^Sunday 1030 to 4 ^ 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 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. He'll give 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. ano Loan flssocipmon 10B01 S Western Ave , Chicago, 31). 60643, Phone 239-6000 10135 Roberts Road, Palos HiUs, 111 60465, Phone 430-2662 Waich for the opening o1 our Frankfort branch in niid-1977 LENDER

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