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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 CSR Page 13 nik-TempdlglM fever detector Venture pharmacy special. Safe, reusable thermometer sticks directly to face, where body temperature produces an accurate digital readout. Medically tested, it's ideal for infants and children. (Not available at Roeland Park or Vivion Road stores.) ultra dry ROLL-Of ANTI- PCRSPtRANT BRECK S H A M P O O fur the millions who should not take aspirin TYLENOL SALE Ultra Ban roll-on anti-perspirant Regular or unscented, 1.5oz. 1.49 SALE. Stayfree absorbent mini pads. Economy sized 48 count box. SALE. Breck shampoo or creme rinse. Your choice. Unbreakable 15 oz. bottles. 4Â«r1. SALE. Pepsodenttoothbrushes or 4.6 02. toothpaste. Your choice. 1C SALE. Maybelline Ultra Big Ultra Lash Mascara. Remover at no extra charge. 0 SALE.Tylenol. The non-aspirin pain reliever. 100 count bottle. QliekCurirolHis SALE Quick Curl rollers. Sets your hair in minutes. SALE Men's over the calf tube socks. Fits 10 to 13. 1.27 SALE 4"x5" pictures. Assorted pnnjs under glass. 2.99 SALE 1ST? Road Atias. Road Alias... $1-49 SALE Satin pillowcases. Machine washable; colors. SALE Men's pocket tee shirt Poly-cotton. S-XL 3.99 Parsons table. Not at Roeland Park or Crystal Cily. SALE. NestleÂ® Quik. Choco late mix. 2 Ib can. SALE. Clear glass soup set Six plates and cups. SALE Boxed all occasion cards. Assorted sbemes. 5.29 SALE Rand McNalry 1977 Campground, Trailer Guide. SALE. Current hit 45's. AllvdlJT iTurnilc-.TtliVt's SALE. Starburst Fruit Chews 12oz."bag. 4 IK 1.00 SALE 4" clay pots or saucers. Your choice. SIM-1.00 SALE 15 hour votive candles. Many fragrances. SALE Soma 8 track or cassette cases. Holds 12 z venture Prices good now through Saturday. April 16th MT JUST MOTHER DISCOURT STORE MOUNT PROSWCT EMtWrtl M **le I*. 63} Oemptfr. - CAlWMf COY 159 * ?owtÂ« Â«Â«W Oak* W * -*"- * ^ 30 * Oc "Â° Lines up her putt pat Kelly lines up a pott while practicing for the 1977 golf season at park district courses. Five park golf courses opened Five park district golf courses opened Saturday. Gen. Supt. Edmund L. Kelly said the greens fees are $3 at the nine-hole Marquette, Columbus, Waveland and South Shore Country club courses and $4 at the 18-hole Jackson park layout Twilight play at the latter course will be $3. Senior citizens, 65 years of age and over, and juniors, 16 years of age or younger, with permits, may play for half-price during specific days and hours. The locations of the courses are Jackson park, two blocks east of Stony Island ave. at 6300 south; Columbus park, 5800 west on Jackson blvd.; Marquette park, 6700 south at Kedzie ave.; the Waveland course in Lincoln park, 3600 north at Lake Michigan, and the South Shore Country club park course, 7059 S. South Shore dr. Band to give PTA program Dawes school concert band will provide the program when the Dawes-Michelson PTA meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, in the Dawes auditorium, 3810 W. 81st pi. Refreshments will be served after the program. The PTA's annual Friendship luncheon is to be an event of Tuesday, May 24, at 1 p.m. at the Holiday inn, 95th st. and Pulaski rd., Oak Lawn. Tickets, at $4.75 each, are available from members of the board. Entertainment at the luncheon will be a spirited 1920s musical revue. A driving range and miniature golf course at Lake Shore dr. and Diversey pkwy. opened April 1. Both of these attractions operate from 18 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. daily. Â· Golfers may rent a bucket of balls for $1.75 or a small bucket for $1. The miniature golf course fee is $1. Special group rates may be arranged through the pro shop. Library week contest for children National Library week, April 17 to 23, will be cele-. brated at the Garfield Ridge library, 6322 S. Archer, with a book-related contest for children. For the contest, the youngest children up through third graders will get a question sheet that can be answered by coloring in the correct answers. The questions will help the youngsters learn their way around the library. Older youngsters will be asked to answer questions dealing with the card catalogue and finding books in the library. The concluding event of library week will be a showing of cartoons at 2 p.m. April 23, at which prizes will be awarded. All children who have correctly filled out a contest question sheet will be eligible to have their names drawn for the prizes. For information, call the library at 582-6094. paper lace WALLCOVERING STUOJO i 10932 S. WESTERN 881-3226 'if rST-APERJ SPAPER!