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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 8, 1965, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday april 8, 1965 police All waiver of premiums for veterans for 500 new candidates a i Sim a for sorrier one of the most Complete remodelling jobs in the history of retail food merchandising in Chicago was recently completed by big Jim a food amp liquor Mart inc., 6659 cottage Grove at a Cost of i million dollars. Featured Are the most modern and up to Date meat and liquor display counters in the area. The store is open 19 hours daily from 7 to 2 . The 24 employees Are All residents of Woodlawn and nearby communities. Free parking is available. Pictured above Are some of the proud employees Owen Wallace 6032 Stony Island Butcher mrs. Katherine Altendorf 7752 Drexel cashier Joseph Fitzpatrick 4720 Evans Stock clerk Melvin Thompson 1411 e. 67th pl., Stock clerk Patrick Hurst 3411 w. Wilson meat consultant Lloyd Moses 6530 Greenwood Stock manager mrs. Rochelle Storey 1648 e. 68th St., head cashier John Young 7353 Morgan manager of grocery department big Jim Nickolaow 6659 cottage Grove proprietor and James Katsonas 6659 cottage Grove manager of liquor department. As of Jan. I 1s65, veterans of world War ii and the korean conflict Are entitled to waiver of premiums on their National service life insurance if they applications Are being taken become totally disabled for in by the Chicago police depart insurance purposes prior to their ment for persons who nurture165th birthday. Secret desire to pursue a this waiver privilege had career in Law enforcement. Previously terminated on the according to supt. 0. W. Wil i 60th birthday stated Edward son there Are openings for 500 b. Akin administrator Illinois policemen. Applications Are veterans commission available at All District stations at 1121 state St. Lobby information desk and at the civil service commission. City Hall. Starting pay is $5,688, going up As High As $6,840 after 42 months of service. Closing Date for applications is april 24. Prospective patrolmen must be . Citizens and residents of Cook county for at least one year preceding the Date of the examination and of Good moral character. They must have reached their 21st birthday by the closing Date for applications but not reached their 31st birthday. Veterans however who have not yet reached their 35th birthday also Are eligible. Candidates must be 5 feet 8 inches to 6 feet 6 inches tall weigh Between 145 to 190 pounds depending on their height corrected vision in both eyes combined must be 20/20 uncorrected vision in each Eye must be at least 20/40. All candidates must possess a valid Illinois Drivers License at time of certification. However such a waiver does not become operative until the veterans administration has approved it. This Means that Premium payments must be continued until the applicant has been officially notified. Policy holders of the United states government life insurance already have a valuable disability without age limit. Further information about the waiver plan and other Nesli matters May be had by contacting Jesse b. Gunn service officer Illinois veterans commission 417 e. 47th St. Office hours Are 8 30 . To 5 . Monday through Friday. New thees Low temperature Root damage to newly planted Trees say Pur due University Extension horticulturists can be prevented by applying several inches of mulch around the base of the trunks. To registration set the West Park Manor babe Ruth league will begin registration april 17, in Hamilton Park fieldhouse 72nd and Normal. Anthony Overstreet 6734 s. Perry president of the league said a fall boys Between the Ages of 13 and 18 Are eligible to take part in the leagues All boys who apply for registration in the program must be accompanied by an adult. Time of the registration will be from i . To 5 . Ordinances allowing apartments zoning ordinances allowing apartment structures of locations in the bulletin area will be among applications Given hearing at to . Thursday april 15 before the City councils committee on building and zoning. A zoning change for the South Side of 79th Street Between Lafayette and Lasalle so apartments May be built at 117-25 w. 79th St., is asked by Harold Richter 3005 e. 92nd St. He Leon m. Despres will present asks cl-2 restricted Commer the ordinance for consideration Cial instead of cl-1 restricted in place of Ald. Charles Chew commercial. The apartment site or. Is owned by John f. Of Sullivan 8219 s. Ashland ave., who purchased it last july. A classification of b5-2 general service District for the East Side of Lowe Between 64th and 65th streets will be asked. The present zoning is ml-1 restricted manufacturing District. Ald. William f. Mcgaughey and Thomas e. Hunter both of 8044 cottage Grove will seek an r4 general residence District zoning for the Southwest Corner of 74th and St. Lawrence an area now zoned r3 general residence the site extends to the Alley lines West of St. Lawrence and South of 74th. Wilson student meets spacemen Harry Defourneau 921 w. 59th St., an area student had the distinction of rubbing Shoul Ders and chatting with the gemini twins a Virgil Gus Grissom and John w. Young when the astronauts a descended upon Chicago tuesday March 30, for a special midwestern Type Welcome in their Honor. As the Wilson Junior col lege representative Defourneau joined fellow outstanding students throughout the City in attendance at the reception Given the two forerunners to the outer space travellers of the future. An Honor student who has made the Deans list consistently Defourneau is primed for graduation in june. Special easter offer a i f a stuffed toys convert from Oil to Gas Lieut now savings average $60 to Over 200 a year in fact Gas costs less than any other fully automatic heat in the average 2 to 6-Flat apartment building. That a Why Gas heat is installed in More Small apartments every week than any other Type of heat. So convert to Gas heat now. It can often be done in a Day for surprisingly Little Cost. Tenants like it because ifs clean and dependable. You a like it because its economical and there a virtually no maintenance. Call your heating contractor or Peoples Gas-431-4000. Compare these yearly heating costs for apartment buildings Gas no. I fuel Oil 2-rat $252.35 $321.60 3-Fiat 345.67 454.40 4-Flat 433.09 579.20 5-Flat 512.75. 700.00 6-Flat 589.51 817.60 the above data has been prepared by an Independent consulting engineering firm. A costs Are based on estimates of annual usage in typical apartment buildings in Chicago and include applicable taxes and Cash discounts where offered. The differences in costs shown reflect the savings which can be made under these conditions if with s5.00 incoming cleaning order limited offer. While Supply lasts Bel Aire cleaners n. E. Corner 81st and hoisted St. Rhodes cleaners 514 e. 79th St. Between Rhodes and Eberhart Auburn Park gleaners 408 w. 79th St. At Vincennes 75 e. 79th St. At Michigan 1208 w. 79th St. At Racine wonder food super Market 1427 East 67th St. 1200 East 61st St. Light and Peoples Gas offices 122 South Michigan Avenue a 4829 South Ashland Avenue a 4839 Irving Park Road 4201 West Madison Street a 846 West 63rd Street a 1620 Milwaukee Avenue a 11257 South Michigan Avenue Gas does the big jobs better for less soft Fluffy toilet tissue ia59= come to oui Cut rate liquor dept. Headquarters for All your liquor and Beer needs at Money saving values a 67th Street store Only produce cleaned amp washed Mustard or turnip tops 2 lbs 25c Miller High 12-os. Otic life Beer o cans 07 Pepsi cola 8 or 59 plus Deposit Boones farm Concord grape wine #7 fifth House of Stuart a 98 blended scotch j fifth new Texas Green cabbage 5c la. Domino pure Cane sugar 5 it 49 colonel Lee Kentucky $098 straight Bourbon whiskey. L fifth meats new dry onions 3 bag 13c Borden s Grade a milk 39c v Gal. Georgia s finest frying chickens Only 19c la. Whole a 2 bag limit Jonathan apples 3 lbs 25c All meat sliced Bologna All meat Franks 3 lbs. Your Choice yellow cling peaches 4 amp $1�� Florida juice oranges 39c dozen Streak of lean Salt pork smoked Ham Hocks 3 lbs. 79 your Choice Jack Mackerel c tall $,00 cans i meats Choice aaa tender Boneless beef Stew 69c la. Carnation milk 7 cd �?oi00 Thompson farm sugar cured slab Bacon 35c la. A piece Only Golden Grain elb0 Macaroni or Spaghetti 3 boxes 25c Choice aaa round Bone pot roast 49c u fresh meaty neck Bones pig feet pig tails Lamb for Stew your Choice 4 lbs. 50� Choice aaa Blade Cut pot roast 29c la wonder s Grade a Large eggs 39� dozen Choice aaa tender Etc Chuck Steak 97 la. All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order Mabel Ford 7731 s. Wabash j wonder food super Market i 4etreorjr i my South Side s 2 most modern super marts featuring self service 1427 East 67th St.-1200 East 61st St. I serve Thi right to limit quantities

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