Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 15
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 CSR Page IS 3 Daley alums serve in advisory posts Motivation course offered I Three men who have ·earned degrees or certificates in transportation studies from Daley college, 7500 S. Pulaski rd., sit on the college's transportation industry advisory board, according to Joseph G. Young, transportation coordinator and assistant professor of transportation at Daley. They are Robert Carter, assistant shop manager for Consolidated Freightways, Inc., 7101 S. Cicero ave.; Gilbert Green, traffic manager for Midas Muffler, 4101 W. 42nd pi., and Hichard Marek, transportation manager for Intercraft Industries, 1840 N. Clybourn st. Offer credit courses to servicemen Navy personnel aboard the helicopter carrier the USS Inchon will be able to enroll in two college credit business courses starting the week of April 18 that will be offered by the City Colleges of Chicago The Navy selected the city colleges to participate in PACE--Program for Afloat College Education--a program of vocational studies for naval personnel who are homeported, aboard ship or ashore. Chancellor Oscar E. Sha- bat in a report to the board of trustees said the business classes will be offered through the overseas program operated by the Chicago City Wide college. Navy personnel pay tuition for the course and the entire program is self-sustaining, the chancellor noted. Dr. Salvatore G. Rotella, president of city wide college, said similar programs have been offered for several years to military and civilian employes of the U.S. Department of Defense and their dependents overseas. Program on human rights "Human Rights" is the subject of the first of four Firing Line programs which will be aired by WBEZ-FM at 1 p.m. Sunday and 8 p.m. April 2. William P. Buckley Jr. is joined by Allard Lowen. stein, attorney and former New York congressman who was recently appointed by President Carter to , serve on the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva Greek and Marek specialize in advising college transportation faculty and students on industrial traffic management and private fleet operation. Carter's primary Interest is motor fleet maintenance. "It's important for those of us who train students for careers in the transportation industry to constantly be updated on what's happening in the business world," Young explained. "Our transportation industry advisory board meets regularly to evaluate proposed courses, update material offered in current courses, set up special workshops for people in the industry and on campus, and seek out scholarship funds for students who plan careers in transportation but can't afford to carry the whole load of tuition." Other members of ihe board are: James E. Bald, senior editor of the trade publication Fleet Owner, 330 Franklin St., Barrington. Al Baumgartner Jr., sales r e p r e s e n t a t i v e , IML FreiguVInc, 6833 W. 75th st. Wes Bridwell, regional director, bureau of motor carrier safety, U.S. Department of Transportation, 18209 S. Dixie hwy., Homewood. Ambrose Cullen, safety and management consultant, 10048 S. California ave., Evergreen Park. Thomas J. Doyle, account executive, Transport Indemnity company, 15 Spin- ning Wheel rd., Hinsdale. Robert J. Esposito, mid- west manager, Transper- sonnel, Inc, 4604 S. Pulaski rd. Robert Ferrin, fleet director, Fernstrom Storage and Van company, 5600 N. River rd., Rosemont. Ken Giessner, labor relations specialist, 2114 S. 47th ave., Cicero. Clyde Knoppe, president, Metropolitan Transport Services, 2 Salt Creek In., Hinsdale. Jay Lumb, manager of field operations, Continental Can company, 5745 E. River rd., Park Ridge. Burny Melton, manager, Illinois Trucking association, 15 Spinning Wheel rd., Hinsdale. i Pat Moody, regional manager, Yellow Freight Systems, 4950 W. 39th St., Cicero. Hugo Neumuth, regional manager, Chippewa-McClain Motor Freight company, 7526 S. State rd., Oak Lawn. Don Overby, director, American Truck Driving schools, 7750 S. Cicero ave. Ray Stuart, director for safety and personnel, Dohrn Transfer, 6636 W. 75th st. Kurt Teichert, director of agency services, Allied Van Lines, 25th and Roosevelt rd., Broadview. Board members represent various aspects of the transportation industry, including management, sales, maintenance, safety, government, labor relations, personnel and industrial traffic management. "Adventures in Creative Thinking," a course in motivation, will be conducted under auspices of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 1 and June 2 at Prudential Life Insurance company auditorium at Prudential plaza on E. Randolph st. v Thomas Coulter, chief executive officer, of the association, Mike Vance, program leader, is "a nationally recognized people and idea developer." He put together the "Creative Thinking short-course during the past 14 years, seven of which he spent as bead of organizational development for Walt Disney Plan benefit concert for Fernly Harris Three events for Pernly Harris school for retarded children, 6008 S. Pulaski, are planned for April. A film entitled "Strength of Caring," will be shown at the Parents' club meeting at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The movie is about a former student. A benefit concert for the school will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday in Grace church, 5954 S. Albany Tickets are $2 for adults, and $1 for children and senior citizens. For tickets, call Mrs. Jean Mills at 4344251. The Mothers' club will meet at 9:45 a.m. April 20 in the school. PLASTIC SLIP COVERS Factory To You. Custom Fitted Plastic Cover In 8 fGauge 6** ch*$S.50 **««* $12.50 also available 8 10 12 Gauge Permaetor Vmyl. Pastel rotor see thru tints, separate cushions. double tack stitch seams Delivered and Installed Samples brougit to home day Dura Fab £r Cloth Slipcovers productions. Divided into two three- hour sessions, the presentation covers a number of major topics: Why most motivation programs fail and what will work; factors' 1 that favor creativity, the vital element in any successful company, and those that curtail it; the storyboard system of communication, allowing "hook-ups without hang- ups;" employe incompetence as a result of managers who "unknowingly sanction it;" how to ignite a sales force and why most sales training fails to provide the spark; a new creative approach to leadership, and how to get the creative juices flowing. Information on tickets for "Adventures in Creative Thinking" may be obtained by contacting the CACI's office at 29-886S. Ridge swim team second Portage park's swimming team won the park district's 31st annual indoor swimming club championship at Eckhart park April 2, pulling ahead of a highly competitive Ridge park team to take the title 1619 to 1107. 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