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Chicago Heights Star (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Chicago Heights, Illinois People in Commerce and Industry chemical firm promotes two local residents the Star a-3 sunday july 28,1968 a resident of Park Forest and one of Chicago Heights have been promoted by Swift chemical company. William v. Graskowiak has been appointed manager of the company a Plant in Hammond ind., and Jack a. Griffin has been named director o f transportation. Graskowiak whose previous position was assistant general manager of swifts chemicals for Industry department lives at 124 Willow Park Forest. He was graduated from the University of Omaha with a is degree in engineering in 1951 and started his business career with Swift the same year at Omaha. He has held various sales and administrative positions i n Omaha Des Moines and Chicago. He has been Active in masonic work 4-h advisory Council and the chamber of Commerce in Hammond. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. He and his wife Elinor have two daughters Bonni Louise and Penni sue. Griffin who resides at 325 Sandra Lane Chicago Heights is a native of Des Moines Iowa and a graduate of Drake University. He started his career with Swift in Des Moines in 1932 and most recently was in swifts general transportation department in Chicago. He is a member of the National Plant food Institute and the knights of Columbus. He and his wife Ruby have three daughters and two sons. Edward d. Dionne 20331 Harding Avenue Olympia Fields has been named publications editor of the Perkins and will partnership. For the last i years Dionne has been publications director of the pre stressed Concrete Institute. For the to years prior to William Graskowiak that he served As a promotion writer with the Portland Cement association. A graduate of the University of Illinois school of journalism he also served As news reporter and editor with the Rockford morning Star the Lasalle news Tribune and the Wall Street journal in the Midwest offices. Area artists to exhibit at Chicago fair six area residents Are among 540 artists accepted to exhibit in the Lith annual Gold coast Art fair according to Joseph Zim Merman general chairman o the event. The fair dedicated to the Illinois sesquicentennial will be held Between noon and to August 9 through la along Rush Street and adjacent streets Between Chicago Avenue Anc Cedar Street in Chicago. Scheduled to display their work Are Lyle Button 824 Brookwood drive Olympia Fields Lois Thayer 1930 vol Mer Road Flossmoor Dulcie a Tracy 17531 Mulberry country club Hills. A a also Joyce Labuda 365 Oswego Anne Freeland 108 Well Street and g. E. Olsen 421 Neosho All of Park Forest. Proceeds from the fair sponsored by the near North news and the Gold coast association will be donated to the near North juniors Center of the infant welfare society. Noted As the worlds largest Art fair the Gold coast fair is free to the Public. Read the hot Corner twice each week in the Star. Real estate residential commercial Industrial buy sell Trade Mikos 755-1010 Multi re listing service of or Mikos realty moving do not miss a single Issue of the Star just give us a Call and Well Transfer Home delivery of your Star to your new address whenever you say. And ask for circulation dept. Dill so 5-6161 or by 8-6161 Sam g. Van sickle jr., of 20331 Achilles drive Olympia Fields has been promoted to advertising manager of american Oil company effective August. Van sickle joined the company in 1948 at Indianapolis where he became advertising and Public relations representative. He was transferred in 1960 to the Chicago general office where he became manager of reseller advertising and then made District manager at Evansville in 1963. He returned to the Chicago general office As manager of customer service in 1965, and since 1967 has been manager of Motorist merchandising. A native of Hammond ind., he attended Kokomo ind., schools Indiana University and University of Chicago management seminars. Lee r. Kundtz 36, o f Flossmoor has been named assistant to the president for greyhound Van lines the household goods moving subsidiary of Chicago based greyhound corporation. Kundtz will be responsible for corporate planning and special projects. Prior to joining greyhound Van lines Kundtz was with the Slick corporation for six years the past three years As assistant to the president. He also was associated with Slick s airways division in san Francisco where he was involved in marketing Slicks air freight capabilities. Previous to his association with Slick he was for six years general manager of product packaging inc., in Cleveland Ohio. Kundtz is a graduate of Georgetown University Washington d. C., and did graduate work in marketing at Western Reserve University Cleveland. He and his family presently reside at 2916 Scott Crescent. Robert t. Crosby of Tulsa okla., formerly of Park Forest has returned to Chicago As a supervisor of Field services in Jack Griffin the american Oil company employee and Public relations department. He was with the company before going to Tulsa in 1966 As supervisor of Public relations fro Tuiloma Gas products company. Tuiloma has been merged into american Oil. Glenwood Sam Van sickle ladies auxiliary wins trophy in tournament by mrs. Willard Larcher or. Telephone 755-2862 the ladies auxiliary of the Glenwood fire department recently competed in a water Ball contest at the Park Forest South carnival and won third place. Members of the team were Debbie Campbell mrs. James Kirk mrs. William Miller and mrs. Layle Irwin. E a e the Glenwood unit of the Cook county homemakers Extension association will hold its annual picnic August 13 in North Glenwood Woods. This will be a potluck affair beginning at to . A persons wishing to put items in the Glenwood column May Telephone 755-0962 until August la. I i i i i i i lib i i i monday tuesday wednesday july 29,30 amp 31 Park Forest amp Canterbury specials Good Sun. Clip and save to White rain Coupon Coupon i i i i i i i i i Quot a i regular brands Chicago Heights it Markham Only cigarettes $0841 ijumit2ctnll j i hair Spray 100�?Ts $2.97 99c 13-0z. Can Reg. $1.27 Chicago Heights amp Park Forast stores Only. One Pound bag marshmallows Chicago Heights Only 16 Coupon a in Reg. 29c Coupon polish sausage with Sauer Kraut 43c 1 now Only 141/2-oz. Can Coupon plastic assortment 2 for 88 baskets pitchers bowls in pans dusters buckets i i i i e i c i i i a i Quot i i i i i i i i 1 r scope mouthwash c 66 Large size Reg. 83c Coupon panty Hose c i i i one Pound bag Korn urls 38� Reg. 48c Coupon a 3 i Quot to 99 Reg. $1.34 Coupon 7-piece Avocado Tea set $ 66 Reg. $2.77 Coupon plastic tote bags place Mats pack of too Shower thongs child a. 28� 3 ladies. 28� Markham Heights Park Forest store wide enneus la As a Cidot in Iai it a always first Quality downtown Chicago Heights Penneys super swimwear takes a plunge in Price orig. 8.98, now $ 5 orig. 11.98, now $ 7 bathing beauties you be been eyeing All season now at hard to believe Penney Low prices choose from classic tank suits Novelty trimmed one pieces Bare bikinis boy look two porters and More in the quickest drying fabrics under the Sun. Plenty of Perky prints and Sun lit solids with flattering built in bras. Treat yourself to More than one and save dollars sizes for misses and juniors. Complete Stock reduced summer dresses orig. 5.00 a 6.00 now$4 orig. Is a Sio now a orig. 11 of to 13.00 now a Dressy or casual styles in season s latest fabrics and colors. All smartly styled. Clearance priced. Or. Misses a half sizes. Reduced to Clear women s Denim jeans 2/5 a Rig. 3.98 now Cotton and Nylon stretch jeans with adjustable elastic Tab Back. White and fashion colors. Sizes 8 to 16. Petite average Tail drastic reductions women s better shells orig. 3.98 orig. 4.98 and 5.98 now i Quot now 2&Quot sleeve or sleeveless styles in season s most wanted colors. Buy several and save. 32 to 38. Misses reduced coordinated sportswear orig. 2.98 egg now i reduced to Clear misses Western Cut offs orig. 2.98 up now i 100% Cotton Sanford Zed with tapered styling Zipper Fly front. Sizes 8 to 16. Ass t fashion colors. Dan River Cotton checks in Pink Blue Green. Easy care sleeveless blouses with Matching Jamaica shorts. Sizes 8 to 16. Reduced girls swimwear orig. 4.98 7 7 now Al sizes 3 to 6x Only. One and two piece styles. Solids or prints. Reduced to Clear women a shorts Jamaica orig. 2.98 m up now i Cotton and Nylon stretchable in fashion colors Penn Prest finish. Never needs ironing. Sizes 8 to 16. Girls sleeveless blouses orig. 1.98 orig. 2.98 now99c now 144 100% Cotton tops or 100% Nylon shells with Matching headbands. Fashion colors. S m i. Women a clearance table 188 shells blouses knit tops shorts Jamaica a All at drastic reduction. Broken sizes colors. Reduced to Clear girls Denim shorts orig 1.98 amp 2.98 Mac now up solid or Tattersal in 75% Cotton 25% Nylon with Side Zipper. Assorted colors. Sizes 3 to 14. Reduced wet look Hose orig. $1.00 of a q now jul seamless sheers in season s newest fashion shades. 100% Nylon. 8v2 to 11. Reduced reduced girls Denim Slacks orig. 1.98 orig. 2.98 now pc 3.6x now in 7.14 Cotton and Nylon stretchable Slacks in fashion colors. Side Zipper. Women a reduced sleeveless shells orig. 2.98 a up now i 100% Nylon shells with Turtle neck easy care fashion colors. So a. Reduced to Clear men s dress shirts orig. 3.98 m 77 now i Short or Long sleeve in broken sizes. White dress or plaids. Reduced reduced misses fashion sweatshirts orig. 3.98 App now i 100% Crest and acrylic in new fashion stripes. Short sleeve Crew neck in assorted colors. Sizes so a. Complete Stock reduced menus walk shorts orig. 3.98 orig 4.98-5.98 now2&Quot now3&Quot solids plaids or checks in belted models. Never Iron Penn pres finish. Sizes 29 to 38. Shop 9 30 . To 5 30 . Mon., thurs. And Fri. A til 9

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