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Chicago Heights Star (Newspaper) - April 5, 1990, Chicago Heights, Illinois News briefs pc players plan Spring production Prairie state College players will present a the zoo Story and a a Graceland its their Spring production. One performance a for Stu dents and staff a is scheduled for noon Friday in the staff dining room of the College 202 s. Halsted St., Chicago Heights. Another performance a for the Public a is scheduled for 8 . Friday. A the zoo Story is a play written by Edward Albee and has become a Staple of the american and european stage. A a Graceland is a comedy written by Ellen Byron and was hailed in its production by the actors theatre of Louisville after its production at the festival of new plays admission is $2.50 and tickets Are available at the colleges information Center and will be available at the door. For information Contact Richard Peterson at 709-3742.historic Harvey takes to screen the South suburban historical society will present a historic View of Harvey at 2 . Saturday at the original Harvey City Hall 154 e. 154th St. Clay Krueger president of the Blue Island historical society will present a slide show and a discussion of Harvey. A graduate of the University of Illinois Krueger is a member of a Blue Island family with roots in the Community going Back to 1951. His family has operated the Krueger funeral Home Blue Island for Many years. Members of the Public Are invited to attend the free group seeking advisors literacy volunteers a South suburban is in the process of forming an advisory Board and is looking for Community leaders to fill the positions. The group has Given 24 years of service to South suburban communities providing free one on one tutoring to adults and teens who Are below a 5.9 Reading level. Also it provides instructors for foreign born adults and teens who need improvement in English. Functions of the new advisory Board will be to set policies for the executive Board act As a bastion Between the organization and the Community and promote the importance of improving literacy in the South suburbs. The Board will meet three to four times a year for three hours each session. To Volunteer or for details Call Linda Woodbury at 672-4266. Retired teachers Warfe chapter group to meet the South suburban Illinois retired teachers association will meet 11 45 ., april 18 at Carlos restaurant 560 West 14th Street Chicago Heights. A program will follow the luncheon. All educators Are Welcome. Irta offers complimentary membership to 1990 retirees. Nick Mannos Region Iii membership chairman will inform retirees and Active educators about the advantages and services offered by the Illinois retired teachers association. Reservations Are necessary. To make a reservation Call Evelyn at 708 799-5979 or Mildred at 708 474-7614 four Days in Advance of the meeting fat plans comm de session Susan Decker a Commonwealth Edison co. Representative will be on hand to answer questions at the Steger Parent teacher association meeting at 7 . Tuesday at Central Junior High school. Students who won the reflection contest will also be recognized during the meeting the next meeting of National association of retired Federal employees Michael c. Nave chapter 1344, will be at 11 30 Tuesday at Surmas restaurant 175th Street and Dixie Highway Homewood. After a social gathering a business meeting will be conducted at 12 15 ., followed by a luncheon. Reservations for the luncheon should be made by calling 339-8683. Pat Rogers Field representative of the social Security administration will discuss health care financing and the medicare program As it applies to seniors and update information resulting from recent legislative action. Government employees retirees and guests Are invited to attend. Prizes will be correction one of the assistance centers where people can get help filling out 1990 census forms was left off a list provided to the Star for a Story published sunday. Help is available at the Illinois migrant workers Council 220 e. 22nd Street Chicago Heights. In addition people who have not received a census form May obtain one by calling 1-800-999-1990. Dress up for easter. 515 w. Lincoln Hwy. Precious moments for girls 4 to 14 unbeatable savings on Holiday be swear now 14.99 to 26.99 Reg. $20. To $40. Easter s just around the Corner and we have a egg act Lye what kids want. Charming pastel dresses with full skirts trimmed in lace. Nautical dresses with Button and Button trim in bold Bright colors. One and two piece outfits to Delight any Little girl All from famous makers. Peaches in Cream Bull Frog Byer too a Bonnie Jean a Jet set a Minnie world a is lets hear it for the boys. A boys 4 to 7 suits and spor Coats now 14.99 to 26.99 Reg. $20. To $40. Little boys like to dress up too one and two piece shirt and pants sets knickers and suits. Charming styles for that Little Guy a in Bright and soft Spring color. Come in and select an outfit from famous makers Good lad Tom Sawyer Bruxton and san Pablo. Boys 8 to 20 Spring suits and spor Coats now 59.99 to 119.99 Reg. $78. To $150. Handsome suits and spor Coats from famous makers in solids and patterns. Single and double breasted styles. Boys 8 to 20 dress shirts now 8.25 to 11.25 Reg. $ 11. To $ 15. Button Down and spread Collar in pastel and strikes it Rich in recent competitions Hillcrest High school students received a number of awards in various recent competitions. Two students from the country club Hills school won the first level of Competition in the Optimist oratorical speech contest. John Purnell of country club Hills was a first place Winner at the Sophomore level. At the freshman level the first place Winner was Touta Xiong also of country club Hills. Both presented a four minute speech on the theme a keeping the dream they now Advance to the zone level of Competition. Three seniors won medals in the South inter conference association science Competition. Lanelle ownes of Markham won for chemistry Sam Hung also of Markham for titration and Sam Hung and Becky Smith both of country club Hills for the environmental bowl Theresa Smith of country club Hills was the first place Winner in the business professionals of America state Competition. Smith will now Advance to National Competition april 27 in Minneapolis. Charles Harvey of Hazel Crest has been named a recipient of the sons of the american revolution Good citizenship award. Harvey was selected for demonstrating High ideals of character and citizenship dependability cooperation leadership and patriotism according to award presenters. Is217 just arrived from Spain 1990 see the latest editions of porcelain figurines by a Laird. Always a timeless gift. Libels Kry Stonias Crystal frames Marble etchings wedding gifts Belleek and porcelain sculptures 3490 w. Vollmer Olympia Square Corner of Vollmer amp governors Hwy 708 481-6996 8074 w. 111th Street Palos Hills 708 974-3636 amp a Moedl suf 3andm announces a new shop with a difference ties now 6.37 to 13.87 Reg. $8.50 to $20.00 prints solids and stripes a drive thru a fresh. Delicious Candy a a convenient Way to shop i grand opening april 6th 1001 East 161st Street South Holland phone number 708 331-7999 a infant toddler a girls 4 to 14 boys 4 to 20 Spring outerwear 30% off now 16.80 to 45.50 Keg. $24. To $65. Pastels and Brights. Accessories Foh kids. Socks Glo is Bals and More now .�?~5.75 to 10.50 Keg. $5. To $14. Weekdays 10 00 to 9 00 saturday 9 30 to 5 30 a sunday 11 00 to 5 00 a vey Uever been hailed one Iyow Amo everyone enjoys a sincere compliment air a word of encouragement. Being praised is easy to take. Living with insult is another matter. I hurtful words can devastate the human spirit. Jesus Christ knew the biting reality of being put Down by hateful men. What a More they added injury to insult. But he Uzik it. For you Palm sunday is a Celebration of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem that Day he got the Praise. A xxi afterwards was a different Story. What happened to him is relevant to you lets rediscover the meaning together Deer Creek Christian Church 425 Exchange Street University Park ii 60466 for information phone672651services 8 00,9 15, to 40 each sunday a where your family can grow with our family Quot

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