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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 9, 1964, Chicago, Illinois 6mm the bulletin thursday april 9, 1964 11 s s Heady for grand Finali outstanding civil rights Leader joined hand with a. A. Rayner jr., candidate for Congress from the 1st District in a pledge to a Light a civil rights fire so hot during the final week of the Campaign that Dawson will he forced to flee for Liis political life a the pledge was taken monday evening april 6, at a Rayner rally held in the auditorium of the disable High school 4900 s. State st. Rayner who is the leading challenger for the congressional seat held by the Veteran William l. Dawson has won the support of countless civic business and religious leaders from throughout the South Side. The militant mor Ticiano a candidacy is sponsored by protest at the polls the political uiting of the Chicago civil rights movement. Ready to Battle around the clock until the polls open on tuesday april 14, Are left to right Charles Chew 17tli Ward Alderman Frank l. Mingo candidate for 17tli Ward democratic committeeman Oliea Rick z. Lumpkin 8000 Champlain Dick Gregory famed comedian and civil rights Leader an unidentified supporter of Ravner candidate Rayner Lawrence Landry school Boycott Leader Nahaz Rogers 7858 Rhodes and a daddy cd a Daylie Well known Raido personality and Waal disc jockey. League of women voters to staff information Booths the league of women voters of Chicago will staff 14 neighbourhood voter information Booths be i fore the april 14, primary elec Tion. Two of these Booths will be opened in locations convenient to the Chatham area one at the Chesterfield Federal savings and loan association 8300 s. Cottage j Grove on saturday april 11, from 9 . To noon the other at Sears Roebuck and company 1334 e. 79th st., on the same Day from 9 30 . To 5 30 . The Booth at the Chesterfield political advertisement first congressional District race boils continued from Page 1 a Munill activity As hip Way to1 president Kennedy. School superintendent on the a i ing. Public works and Public Wel a develop and maintain a Good gov Meeks declares that he is for lot so the people can vote of fare Quot pitifully inadequate and in whio11 no .1p people putting a he Quot position of Public whom they a slake Quot consequently self defeating. Charles m. Skyles mov Drayner declared that present fnl0 fac fim of Holt Ctm programs Are subject to an in in. No line upon Dawson in tire Complex of overlapping. from the race in his overburdened Over a pigeonholed Envor commissions committees and 4lti. T a a. 1 j. Bureaucracies a n a tvs Quot Quot up he of Quot a lib pointing up the glaring Riis rep 0 of r it Psi if angles during this Quot age of Hun Vai ,1i<�?~ Par y Unity he preserved Rayner stated that a p 001 to it guaranteed annual Intonte would voters or not be wholly a save generations of our Vnhorn roster said children and grandchildren from Skyle it further railed upon the poverty and deprivation and Al five negro aldermen Whoso Low them to develop to their full wards Are tot All v or partially in potential As Cly ens of a dem the 1st congressional District to socratic switch their a up it Ort from Daw son to Ivr meanwhile Dawson be a a renewed Confidence in Ymir came More actively involved in own leadership can be attained at the Campaign by making whirl tide time by swinging your sup wind appearances at two Ward port to me in the upcoming Pri Headquarters and scheduling and Marv election a he said Dit ional Ward appearances for the of you ass nmormor1i Arr coming week Well acquainted with my record at the 21st Ward democratic of Militancy in the civil rights Headquarters Dawson urged Quot uni Aroa. Several years ago when to of action and Unity of purpose civil right it was fairly unpopular in the fight for equal opportune among laymen and almost in ties.0 he urged All citizens to heard of among lawmen. T took a Quot make the City of Chicago and form the nation a better place in which i to live a by forgetting hatreds and Herman a. Meeks contends a differences. I hit he is Quot the Only qualified at the 8th Ward democratic democratic candidate on the bal Headquarters. Dawson also de lot a stations that he has Organ eloped the theme of Unity and i7cd a new Frontier democratic participation in politics and com organization in Honor of the la a Chevrolet owners save Money with this and Drexel Chevrolet service Best Friend your Chevy Ever had 4615 co tag Grov a a. Be 8-4600 fast fast fast service savings Muffler replaced .$14.95 parts amp labor brakes adjusted.$1.19 Complete Chassis lubrication. 98c offer Good for Chevrolet car Only with this and thru May 15, 1964 savings and loan will be staffed a Public learn about voting pro by Avalon South Shore unit 64 Cedres and the meaning of the of the league. The location at a Sears will be staffed by members primary. Of mar Nook Avalon Chatham voters also will be Able to get unit 63. Information about the november league members who staff the at Large election for state repro 1 Booths Are prepared to help the a Senta Tives. Political jute plumbing Servici Industrial residential commercial 1647 East 5 5th Street my 4-0700 Kitchen amp bathroom remodelling we do the Complete Job repair work a furnish and inst All water Heaters a sewer work licensed bonded insured Bank financing and Cha advertisement political advertisement put an end to Plantation politics in Chicago forever vote for Democrat Congress pull lever i4b 1st District Freedom jobs endorsed by Independent voters of Illinois protest at the polls better government association voters for peace citizens for Rayner vote tuesday april 14 education a housing peace sponsoring committee partial list Dick Gregory Charles Chew Leon m. Despres Nahaz Rogers 6425 s. Cottage Timuel d. Black Lawrence Landry Al Benson Milton Davis Albert Raby William cousins Rev. Lynward Stevenson by 3-1800

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