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Lansing Star Newspaper Archives May 6 1990, Page 5

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Lansing Star (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Lansing, Illinois The Star sunday May 6, 1990 a a a-5 winning musicians reap rewards four Lansing and Lynwood band students won new instruments in a recent Solo Competition hosted by heritage Middle school and sponsored by Puzone a music store in that Community. From left Are Rocky Diaz 12, of Lynwood on trumpet Elizabeth Saia 11, of Lansing on clarinet Star photo by Jollyn Simmon Julie Puzon 11, of Lansing on clarinet Jamie Johnson 10, of Lansing on trombone. Contest judges were Karol l. Carlson of North High school band director and Matt Barmore Lake Central High school band director. Students from Dyer ind. Also competed. College sets Short term computer classes South suburban College is offering a variety of Short term computer courses. A introduction to the personal computer offers a Basic introduction to the computer for the beginner. The nine hour course provides an introduction to Lotus 1-2-3, base Iii plus and word perfect. The three session class is scheduled from 7-10 . Monday through wednesday at the College 15800 s. State St., South Holland. A Day course is also slated from 9 . To 2 30 ., May 29-30. Course fee if $76. The disk operating system and its Utility commands will be the focus of the beginning course a a ism Dos and a Sci a course will cover rules of the Road topic of area driving courses rules of the Road review courses Are designed to give Drivers the knowledge and Confidence needed to successfully pass the Drivers License renewal examination. The course is free to everyone any age who wishes to attend. Courses assist Drivers in overcoming the fear and apprehension of taking the vision written and driving ability examinations. Also it serves As an informative reminder for people whose Drivers licenses Are not expiring in the near future. Drivers Are provided with an update on Laws and signs. The course is taught by employees of the Secretary of states office and by Volunteer instructors trained and certified by the Secretary of state. It is offered 2,500 times a year at 450 locations throughout the state. Courses will be offered a wednesday 9 30 to noon at Bloom township Center 450 Halsted St., Chicago Heights. A thursday 1-3 . At Calumet City Public Library 660 Manistee. A Friday 9-11 30 . At Eastern will county senior Center 26 n. Chestnut St., Monee a May 14 9-11 30 . At Thornton township human services 333 e. 162nd St South Holland. A May 14 9 30 . To noon at Garden House 69 Park Road Park Forest. A May 16 1-3 30 . At Grande Prairie Public Library 3479 w. 183rd St., Hazel Crest. A May 17 9 30 to noon at Dolton Public Library 14037 Lincoln ave. A May 17 1-3 30 . At Biela Center 4545 Midlothian Turnpike Crestwood. A May 18 1-3 30 . At Robbins Public Library 13822 Cental Park ave. A May 21 9 30 to noon at Ceda Friendship Center 15643 s. Wood St., Harvey. A May 21 1-3 30 . At Acorn Public Library 15624 Central ave., Oak Forest. A May 22 1-3 30 . At Rich township Center 22013 governors Highway Richton Park. Utility aids such As Fred for editing and Side kick for automatic phone dealing appointment scheduling and on screen calculating. Class will be offered from 9 . To 2 30 ., May 16-17. The fee is $76. A Dos advanced will cover tools to automate the computer including creation and modification of Batch files and organizing files across subdirectories. The nine hour advanced course is scheduled from 9 . To 2 30 ., May 23-24. Fee is $76. Automatic referencing document comparison text integrated graphics laser printing and other new features of version 5.0 will be covered in the 18-hour a word perfect class which is scheduled from 7 to to . May 29-31 and june 5-7. The fee is $153. In the six hour a word perfect 4.2-5.1 revisions class new features and revisions to earlier versions will be covered. The class will be offered from 9 . To noon May 31 and june 4. Course fee is $51. Text columns graphics math functions prompted merging and file management will be Learned in the nine hour a word perfect advanced class. The course is scheduled from 9 . To 2 30 ., May 14-15. Fee is $76. A Lotus 1-2-3 release 2.01�?� will cover changes in the disk operating system compatibility memory management system support and directory Access. In addition the 18-hour course will include information on electronic filing and spreadsheet for analysis forecasting. The course is scheduled from 9 . To 4 . Monday through wednesday. In addition an evening class is scheduled from 7-10 . May 14-16 and 21-23. Fee is $153. Finally Calendar text editing word processing database and spreadsheet programs will be available in the a free software class which is scheduled from 6-10 . May 24. The fee is $25. Information about computer classes at South suburban College May be obtained by telephoning 596-2000, ext. 233. 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Britannica / learning centers Lansing �?16751 Torrence Avenue a 474-8444 11990 american Learng corporation report of condition consolidating Domestic subsidiaries of the first National Bank in Harvey in the state of Illinois at the close of business on March 31, 1990, published in response to Call made by comptroller of the currency under title 12, United states code Section 161. Charter number 14372, comptroller of the currency seventh Federal Reserve District. Assets Cash and balances due from depository institutions no interest bearing balances and currency and Coin. Interest bearing balances. Securities. Federal funds sold. Securities purchased under agreements to resell. Loans and lease financing receivables Loans and leases net of unearned income.29,956 less allowance for loan and lease losses. 395 less allocated Transfer risk Reserve. 0 Loans and leases net of unearned income allowance and Reserve. Assets held in trading accounts. Premises and fixed assets including capitalized leases. Other real estate owned. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies. Customers liability to this Bank on acceptances outstanding intangible assets. Other assets. Total assets. I Susan at Mort 7,969 20,536 53,360 2,500 0 29,561 0 1,447 0 0 0 0 3,584 18,957 liabilities deposits in Domestic offices. 105,802 7,433 interest-bearing.88,369 Federal funds purchased. Securities sold under agreements to repurchase demand notes issued to the . Treasury. Other borrowed Money. Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases. Bank s liability on acceptances executed and outstanding notes and debentures subordinated to deposits. Other liabilities. Total liabilities. Limited life preferred Stock. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,205 107,007 0 equity capital perpetual preferred Stock. A a common Stock. 1,671 surplus. 1,716 undivided profits and capital reserves. 8,563 less net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities. 0 total equity capital. 11,950 total liabilities limited life preferred Stock and equity capital 118,957 Donald g. King Dennis j. Irvin Mark p. Burns directors i Paulette m. O Brien accounting officer of the above named Bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is True and Correct to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Snowflake introduction scheduled at of South an introductory meeting about Snowflake a drug prevention program for seventh and eighth graders is scheduled for june 2 from 9 . To 5 . At Thornton fractional South High school in Lansing. Deadline to Register is May 18. Snowflake is a positive youth development program that specializes in the prevention of substance abuse How to to Cope with negative peer pressure and How to express oneself in a sharing and caring manner. Snowflake is sponsored by operation snowballs keeping it going club of Thornton fractional High school District 215. Other sponsors Are Calumet City youth and family services department and Thornton township. Part of the funding for the Day Long program comes from a min Grant from a local Community grassroots organization touch the future. Touch the future received Grant Money from the Illinois department of children and family services. Snowflake is open to All seventh and eighth Grade students in Lansing Lynwood Calumet City and Burnham. A $5 participation fee will pay for breakfast lunch registration and a to shirt for All participants. Persons wishing to Register May Telephone Thornton township offices at 596-6040, ext. 64, to receive a registration form. Deadline for registration is May 18. Ponderosa 4/30/90 a Paulette m. 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