Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 21
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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II Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 CSR Section II Page 3 I I 14 [faster gifts for handicapped ·; Wfflam Siutw, llMt S. HamHi, gives u Easter basket, coloring book and crayons to #aratha Sdttvaa, a haadteapped student at CasseU school, 11314 S. Spaulding. Staaton ""-'-tbrted the Easter gifts Thursday at Cassell, Mt. Greenwood school, 1(841 S. Ho, art Dttty school, 1IMS S. Avers. Givtag Easter gifts to the handicapped is a pro- I started eight yean ago by StanUM aid Terry Costello, owner of Terry's Parkwood , MM W. Ill* st Costello has a jug behind the bar in his inn which patrons fill with ' for the handicapped. jljCalumetKigh grads to hold reunion , k Men ~and women who raduated from Calumet school in the summer ! will join with gradu- of the, classes of 1941 11943 at a reunion Satiir- ay, May 21, at the .Chateau C^Bu-scne, -115th st. and Cice- £SJB ave., Alsip. . ·* V *b: ! -A cocktail hour'at 6:30 Zf^m. will be followed by a «'-(Hnner and dancing. Mrs. ·jttfary Slattery Boner, 10310 S. Mayfield ave., Oak period." Lawn, is chairman. She said the committee - Calumet's June, 1942, . seeks ~ information on the class held reunions in 1962, whereabouts of former stu- 1967 and 1973. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of their graduation, Mrs. Boner said, members are extending invitations to the June and January graduates of 1941, 1912 and 1943 and "anyone else who was lucky enough to attend Cal during that ganee class at Marquette '^Registration for ballroom -- '-dance classes will be from 9 C-to 10 p H .m. April 18 at the -v Marquette park fleldhouse, "" 6708 S. Kedrie ave. Late registration for the , class will be April 26, from . 7 to 7:30 p.m., a half hour ' before the class begins, if !"· there are still openings. · Space is limited and early - registration is advised. Classes consist of eight Tuesdays of beginner, basic steps in the fox trot, waltz, tango, rumba, cha cha and jitterbug, with a few variations in each. The cost is $10 a couple, and registration is by couple only. The instructors are Rich and Val Jurgaitis. , I X 100 REFUND DIRECT FROMBVCTORY Fedders will send you a S100 00" check il you have this 48 000 Blu FlerhermelTC II centra! air conditioning system installed in your home after March 15 1977 and before April 30 1977 Not only will this super-efficient Fedders system bnng delightful comfort to all your family but will increase the value of your home FEDDERS ROTARY POWERED CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING dents of the school. Interested persons are asked to call Dolores Ryan Hart, Oak Lawn, 424-6916; Rosemary Bevignani Weil, Downers Grove, 852-2131, or Sophie Novak Tamason, Blue Island, ,385-1934. Mrs. Boner's number is 499-2885 Graduates have attended previous reunions from all parts of the country. SUMMIT FURNITURE OUTLtl NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SUPER BARGAINS CHEAPEST PRICES SHOW ROOM SAMPLES UNCLAIMED LAY WAYS ODD CHESTS Z V 5100 -00 1*1 you* *i3-e wit! e SVT to you by F-fraa*ts once you *va»-c iTSaVfl "*v» f c u r *rddJ*T«; an conOdcnma cie^ has The $-npm omotcssoT 7*115 TemariiSb!*- DO** tias lewr -movmci oafl*. ts lest 3o WCSP tess ID ao swona SAVE Which mtMt mocWI GEC060D7A and Feddm r cofl or cvojX»rcrtor titewer ore tikgibte fer Te?wnd of ort»roe»0rt are ncft titigpble for Ttfond wded «tec3r«rf $yt*m, dwXntt, Tcgutera, gnltw and furnoce , 15 teet Tefngero* iiAmg fuoponflor rt"l 'j. · 1) ton i u^cn condeiituig m* GUY HEATING SERVICE 6701 W. 87th Place Oak lawn 599-8866 Chkogo 735-2343 "Enabfohed in 1946" ODD CHAIRS ODD BEDS MATTRESSES ODD TABLES .AMPS BEDROOM S E T S $44 $148 7-pc uv t 1 on RM SETS 3 I OO ODD DRESSERS W MIRRORS BUNK BEDS K.TCHFN SETS S A V E ' REMNANT RU$S /)O ASST SIZES ' * JLf FAST E-Z CREDIT BAMK AMEBICARD MASTFB CHANGE HOURS: MON -THUR -FRI 9 » 0 8 30 TUES -WED -SAT 9 to 5 30 SUNDAY 11 » 0 4 30 SUMMIT FURNITURE OUTLET 7604 W 63rd ST S.UMIM" lUIMOIt 594-1020 147 teachers, face assaults at schools Kellys appear before boosters One hundred and thirty- two pupils, nine outsiders and seven parents assaulted 147 teachers in Chicago's public schools during January. The charges resulted in 54 suspensions and 19 reprimands, according to a report on assaults sent to members of the board of education by Dr. Joseph P. Hannon, general superintendent of schools. Also, charges were preferred against 63 assailants, while 12 offenders escaped. The report, which contained the names of several area schools, included a summary of each assault. At Kennedy High school, 6325 W. 56th St., a female teacher was assaulted at 11 a.m. Jan. 26 by a male student who was arrested. Physical contact was made in the assault, though no treatment for injuries was required. At Gage Park High school, 5630 S. Rockwell st., a female student threatened a female teacher at 1:40 pm. Jan. 12. The student was suspended. A male student at Hearst Elementary school, 4640 S. Lamon ave., was reprimanded for threatening a female teacher at 12:40 p.m. Jan. 6. A male student at Mt. Vernon Elementary school, 10540 S. Morgan st., was suspended for assaulting a female teacher at 2:30 p.m. Jan. 25. St. Rita High school Band Boosters association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, in the Tech building, 63rd st. and Oakleyave. Entertainment will be presented by the Kelly brothers, Kevin and Keith, 6543 S. Artesian. Kevin, a 1975 graduate of St. Rita, will perform many magic illusions and tricks as "The Great Confuso " Keith, a senior at St. Rita and the band librarian, will present a special demonstration of his ventriloquis- tic skills, aided by Herbie, his assistant. The Kelly brothers have performed at many local events t h r o u g h o u t the Southwest Side during the past four years of their professional career. They look forward to performing before the band boosters since it is a family group of which they are members. After the business meeting, refreshments will be served Fresh Toasted NUT SALE Party Mix A fresh toasted assortment of pecans, cashews, Brazil, hickory and peanuts. Reg. $2.59 Lb NOW 1 99 Ib. Giant Mix A delicious assortment of cashew, Brazil and pecan nuts All fresh roasted. Reg. $3.89 Lb NOW 2 99 Ib. Blanched Peanuts Reg. $1.57 Lb. NOW 99 Ib. Colossal Cashews Reg. $3.89 Lb. 2 NOW 99 Ib. Red Pistachios Reg. $4.89 Lb. NOW 3 99 Dry Roasted Peanuts Reg. $1.99 Lb. NOW -149 I Ib. Spanish Peanuts Reg. $1.49 Lb. NOW 99 Ib. Assorted Selection GUM SALE Includes Beeman's Gum, Chicklets Gum, Adams Sour Gum, Trident Gum, Freedent Gum, Carefree Sugarless Gum, Beech-nut Gum, Dentyne Gum and Wrigley's Gum. Box of 12 ^20 Box of 20 Reg. 1.80 . Now 1 «r Box of 24 Reg. 3.00 .. Now £. Reg. 3.60 . Now O40 Reg. 15 C Ea. NOW 10 Assorted Wrapped CANDY SALE Includes Certs, Sour Bites, Trident Mints, and Life Savers o° XO Iln u 120 Box of 20 $o Box of 24 Reg. 1.80 . Now I Reg. 3.00 .. Now £. Reg. 3,60 . Now 140 Reg. 15 C Ea. .^^--^ NOW I \J JCPenney HOURS: Charge rt at Penney*, Ford City Shopping Center. Open 1O to 9:30 Monday thru Friday. Saturday 9:30 to 5:30. Sunday 12:00 to 5:00. Pkg, 'SP4PERI

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