Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 11
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 11

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
Page 11
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 CSK S v 4 § 1 i } Pucinski pledges end to patronage abuses Needlepoint- work exhibited Needlepoint art will be on exhibit at the Scottsdale library, 4101 W. 79th St., to April 30. Head librarian Alyce M. Douglas (left) show exhibitors Bemadine Deneen and the Rev. Robert E. Blackburn, Jr. how the needlepoint works have been arranged for the exhibit. Other exhlb- Executives rally in ··, ». f ·* support of Bilandic Mayor Bilandic met Monday with a non-partisan executive committee supporting his candidacy in next week's primary,' ; The Non-PaVtisan Committee to Elect Mayor Bilandic has beeni re-estab lished by many of the busi ness and civic leaders who had organized similar efforts in the past in support of Mayor Daley. Roger E. Anderson, chairman, told Bilandic on behalf of the committee"We are here to pledge our support for your election and continued best efforts on behalf of all of Chicago's people, and all that Chicago serves.' Bilandic invited members of the executive committee itors are Betty Berry, Nettie SUwa, Lorraine Deneen, Sharon Dieringer, Dr. Irwin Willger, Marianne Minor, Norma Schenke, Irene Stempien, Sue Clark Moniez, Diane LeerJan Fuller, Diane Wolfe, Betty Driscoll, Pam Minor and Dorothy Lachmanu. Tilden alums slate dinner The third annual dinner- dance sponsored by the Tilden Tech Alumni association wili be held April 22 at 7.30 p.m. in the Burbank Manor, 6345 W. 79th st. Cocktails will be served until 8:30 p.m.. Dance music will be provided by Danny Escodido and his band. Tickets are $15 per adult, with reservations to be made by calling 922-2750. MIRACLE HEALING SERVICES EVANGELIST JOSEPH PAWLAK EVERY Friday Evening 7:30 PM Dolton Bridge Club 14800 Chicago Road Dolton. Illinois EVER Y Sunday Afternoon 2:00 P.M" MASONIC TEMPLE 14130 INDIANA RIVERDALE. ILL. PRAYER LINE INFORMATION 862-8945 to his city hall office to thank them for their support Anderson, chairman of the board of Continental D- hnois National Bank and Trust company, said: ' "As political action committees go, this one is unusual, if not unique.* "We don't qualify as politicians, although I think it is fair to say that .we are all interested in politics "Many of us are not members of your party. Some of us probably are not even members of the other one. Our association in this committee is-non-partisan... "We are comitted to civic betterment, and we look to you to continue ito provide the leadership that has so distinguished Chicago's city government... * _ "We admire and apprei- cate what you have done and are doing for Chicago. That is what brings us together in this committee to support your election. "Our interest may may be unusual in an ordinary political sense, but our effort reflects a sense of community which is truly uncommon for so large a city as Chicago." Aid. Roman Pucinski, candidate for Democratic nomination for mayor in next Tuesday's primary, has reiterated his pledge to blanket all city employes under a revitalized civic sen-ice system, to replace the current personnel code and "to end patronage abuses being waged against city employes " "The practice of naming employes as 'temporary' for as long as 20 years--to keep that employe under the thumb of a ward committeeman--is a disgrace and should be stopped," he said. "I have pledged that all city employes who have worked for the city longer than,six months will come under civil service protec- Mayoral candidates at Xavier Candidates in the April 19 mayoral primary are appearing in a e series of informational sessions at St Xavier's McGuire hall, 3700 W. 103rd st. Harold Washington, candidate for the Democratic nomination, appeared yesterday. Anthony Martin Tngone, also a candidate for the Democratic nomination, is scheduled to speak at 11:15 a.m today Dennis Block, candidate for the Republican nomination, will appear at 9 a.m. tomorrow Edward Hanrahan, candidate for the Democratic nomination, will speak at 11.30 a.m. Friday. tion starting as soon as I take office. "In my career as a committeeman, I have never fired anyone ?or not working a precinct, nor have I ever required precinct workers to pay dues to our organization or forced them to buy tickets to our fundraising events "I consider the practice of holding a man or woman hostage to his or her job a disgrace, and will put an end to such policies immediately upon taking office "No city employe will be fired for working in politics in his free time for any candidate. No city employe will be threatened, coerced or harrassed "To do any of these things is unconscionable, and I will not tolerate it. I will maintain special office hours to.see employes who have job-related difficulties, and I will investigate any cases of abuse." In addition, Pucinski reaffirmed his desire to establish a police and fire department contract and to give police and firemen collective bargaining, with binding arbitration and a no-strike clause. "From the first moment of my administrative city workers will be treated with respect and dignity, and as human beings; not as machines," he said. 8 Yds, Rich Heavy Top Soil '35 CENTURY TOPSOIL 594-7330 SOFTEN UP CONCRETE! in stock · No waiting SIZES 6-16 WIDTHS AAA-EEEE We Stock Safety Shoes REDWING SHOE STOKE ; 3701 W. 95th ST. EVERGREEN PARK NEW HOURS MON. - THURS. 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. FRf. 10-6 SAT. 9:30 - 5 P.M. 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