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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 23, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 213 e. 71st St. St 3-8932 restaurant amp lounge the piano tuesday one blk. East of Dan Ryan expressway free parking phone 874-0160 this is Wmk w Alliene Lovely ladies will look this sunday afternoon .1 00 to 7 00 ., at the Kmin Anuel Community Church 7158 Champlain when they participate Iii the by ii annual fashion and Tea of the Church. Left to right mrs. Allene Jordan 7220 South Park mrs. Rita Dotson 123 k. 71st St. M is. Delia h Bishop 7203 Champlain chairman mrs. Ethel a. Yarbrough 65 l. 60th St. And Ethel c. Yarbrough 65 e. 69th St. The Rev. David v. Seabrook is pastor of Emmanuel Community Church. When you need loan to buy a Home see Chesterfield for the Best terms if you want to buy a Home or refinance your present Home see Chesterfield. We will work out the details and save you Money a come in. Let us show you How simple it is now paying 41% on All savings accounts hours mon., Fri. 9 to 4 30 tues., thurs. 9-8 sat. 9-12. Closed wed. Chesterfield moral savings and loan Asse Toiba 8300 cottage Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois phoner mangle 4-9300 photography Hank Martin Call he 8-1428 when residents of Holland mich., put on wooden shoes and get out brooms for Street washing you know its Tulip festival time. This annual Spring event takes place when tulips reach the Peak 1 Bloom along the eight mile stretch of Tulip lanes that wind through the town. This May when Holland goes dutch for four Days will i Mark the 35th year of the Celebration. Each Day during the Observance dancers in Klompen wooden shoes perform in the Street Wash ing event. A a mrs. Mattie s. Jackson. Widow of the late Charles s. Jackson died in her Home at 5244 Michigan. _ r 44444444 40 # a a a compute selection of live turkeys geese ducks Capone amp chickens at reasonable prices dressed free to order eggs 3doi 99 ii hours daily 8 30 until 7 Open sunday until 3 Farm products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A 3-4161 Sabels meet Yolk \ Filiti Hoh in to Leader is Busy a woman on the go by Anne Tyson my husband and i were so men like Elliott Donnelley Sidney at the summer Camp in Michi Ern University. The yen for activity a Strong however and she became a Volunteer political worker. Bulletin ads pay pay mrs. Overstreet supervises Over too District i ptas u Timnit a it ii i ii commenting on her info Educ Tihoi in she has never been a teacher she Tallinn Pat a 1qrft i Ilie Jii on to la 1950, when she indeed a Parent of the highest order so read the became a member of the Willard credentials of this week s neighbor mrs. Samuel Over fat. Mrs. Overstreet said i Street 453 e. 88th pm. Starting with membership in i the Willard school Pat in 1950.----------- _ _ mrs. Overstreet now is the direct As director she supervises the Felt that the fat was a Way to i Street students at Narian Ana i each time i have the of Cyc. Pictures were shown de Tor of District no. I of the ii ptas of some Ion schools in the j do it. I forefront of a attend a unction of peeing conditions in slum neigh Congress of parents and District. J also the or rvs restive Baptist us i the Chicago youth centers cacs Bor hoods. It was revealed How Rogres. Ive to up. Children. U something new and Morel such conditions gnaw away at __i1c met ,. Interesting. This was True during youths who must struggle in order this smiling Ady is indeed the recent annual report meeting to become useful and productive mrs. Overstreet Overstreet jr., 338 w. 801 h St. Impressed with Meharry alumni Epstein. James e. Stamps and i auxiliary a theatre party at Drury Lewis w. Reich who have Given Lane that we gathered up the thousands of Dollers to charitable nieces and nephews and took them j causes pushed themselves in the sunday to Drury Lane to see the background. Instead they pro children a stage play and dinner j ejected the program of the Chicago j of my did they love it thanks i youth centers. To Meharry alumni for a Lovely mrs. David b. Wallerstein Cyc evening at Drury Lane theatre. Treasurer gave a Brief but com where we saw a Roar like a ppe pensive statement of income never a Dull moment expenditures. Mrs. Daniel l. Gai borne is Prest Quot i Felt that there were things i Willis it Overstreet �7t ferret Gavle but top o7�?ov��?��d that needed to a done and a Ville Cornell and Mae Over ,. Go a to j no teachers the urbanite proudly present Jack de Johnette. Vocalist at Scotty Holt on Bass appearing nightly except monday a p f to urbanite Primrose r wednesday thru sunday prior to her election to this Post. Church 3658 Wentworth needed a rite was both buried and finance racier and spiritual advisor. Chairman and District Secretary of the state group. Mrs. Overstreet accepted the Post. A major wheel in the Progress of and luncheon in the Grad ballroom Illinois Pat. She is most Happy 0f the Standard club. A a a a r work with Willard was when discussing the formation of wag no _ the beginning of a series of Pia new Pat groups. Event avoided having several per mrss. Overstreet is a Posi associations. These included for bulletin Salute to your sons being honoured a a practice five believer in the Mission of the 1�v�?z. Nor he bum neighbor at 453 e. 88th pm. She which often is time consuming care about themselves and Chi Pat. J Awe Harlan Montefiore and Mose exempt a fees that motherhood is not also there were no Long speeches Cago. Nearly 1.000 boys have a a every Parent in Lii ago should schools the end of service to the comm with persons praising each other Chance to experience the Joy and citizens. Through a variety of services the Gyc shows boys that it cares about them and wants to help them. In turn the boys learn to get acquainted Sale year round ladies hand bags 50 limited Supply v s u exclusive shop 7402 cottage Grove a a. Mrs. Overstreet has a special nity. Lake a membership in Ita. Even a a Prol pm a though they Are unable to attend a anyone working for the welfare the meetings a she said. A a die of children should devote More i to needs support in All time to problem schools than to mrs. Overstreet a duties Are Ushers she believes numerous and she constantly is j in the past she has been treason i he go. Her appointment Book user of Montefiore school Pat. Reads like a Telephone directory. And chairman of the Home arts she works Long and hard for too committee of Moseley Pat. Per cent participation in Pat. I i noticed How such dedicated excitement of living out of doors All set for sunday Rossius pizza serve 2-3 4-s 6-7 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order sausage $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 Green Pepper 2.00 3.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 a it a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.so 3.so extra ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.so 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 6.00 delivered h-0-t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 To 2 . Fri. A sat. 4 To 3 . Sunday 2 To 2 . Chicken boxes 20 pieces in Box---4.75 to pieces in Box 2.45 French Fries order.25 i Cole Slaw oar own tasty recipe pint 50c quart 90c mrs. Overstreet a career started in Baton Rouge la., where she attended Mckinley High school. Her life As homemaker began with her marriage to Samuel Overstreet. Dissatisfied with the routine of rearing children mrs. Overstreet formed several groups in Baton Rouge Parrish. One such group was a welfare organization that provided transportation to hospitals for older persons. She organized another group to help train qualified voters for voter registration. Needless to say Tho voter registration drive was Cess Ful. A the civil rights movement was in its infancy at that time but i Felt that i wanted to do something to help people who were liable to help themselves a asserted mrs. Overstreet. Mrs. Overstreet a desire for participation began to grow in Earnest. Barb a baby Back ribs wok col slow French o of Fries bread and Buffer 4>,a3 a Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French w i a Erie bread and shrimp or Lake Perch or Fried Slaw bread a Buffer i ,3 mrs. Overstreet is most proud of the role played by the Pat statewide in the presenting and passing of the Armstrong Bill in 1963. She is also pleased with the recent Hauser report As submitted to the Board of education. Her Only criticism of the report is that no time table was set up for its implementation. She is one of two negroes on the fat state Board. The state Board meets four times each year in Springfield to determine policy for the various districts. There Are four districts in Chicago. Mrs. Overstreet has Board plans for the future of the Pat. A every child is entitled to equal education and the object of fat is to make every Opportunity available to every child a she sex palais. A in 1940, the growing Overstreet family seeking bigger and better opportunities moved to Chicago. The War years with their Many restrictions curtailed mrs. Over streets activities while her husband taught mechanics at South mrs. Overstreet s duties involve considerable travel in Many neighbourhoods. She has experienced and solved Many problems in race relations including physical violence. She has five children cheering from the sidelines mrs. Mae husband 453 e. 88th pm. Samuel to owners of 2-and 3-Flat apartments ran some 700 persons attended the luncheon meeting. Delicious prime rib of roast beef was served. Am i tried to make the reception and press conference for William Warfield in the Tiki room last Friday evening. I wanted to hear and talk with the celebrated Bass baritone. He will sing at 3 30 ., sunday May 3, in orchestra Hall. The affair will Benefit the Alt Geld Nursery school. I love to hear him sing of. These birthday dubs Are on the Ball. They give members stacks of Lovely gifts and serve plenty of Champagne. Naomi Clayton a birthday was celebrated by her club in the Home of mrs. James Agnes Lewis. The Home is such a Lovely place Naomi a club members and a few guests played a Little a remember when game with Agness older daughter Sandra. It seemingly provided so much fun. Agnes served hawaiian Chicken and sauce with curried Rice. A birthday cake with six candles was brought into he room. Just before we left we toasted the guest of Honor with Champagne. The january and june 1944 classes of Englewood High school will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their graduation with a reunion and dinner dance to be Given june 27. In the Chicago room of Mccormick place. An alumni meeting to Complete plans will be held sunday april 26, in the Home of d. L. Minter 421 e. R9th St. Aaa the businessmen a forum of Chicago will hold its installation and benevolent banquet at 8 ., april 25, in the Crystal room of the Sherman House. The Rev. Wilbur n. Daniel pastor of Antioch Baptist Church 415 w. Englewood St., will be the Princi pal speaker. The a act will Benefit from the program. I attended the life membership luncheon of the a act at Kings Holm a scandinavian restaurant last saturday. After lunch we saw highlights in miniature of the Faust opera by Charles Gounod Sung in French. Among the organizations having lunch in the restaurant were the Friendship club the up to Date is. Links inc., and Good shepherds service league. Aaa the Board of directors of the Owca of Chicago will hold its 88th annual meeting tuesday May 5, in the bal Tamarin room of the Sherman House. A reception will be held at 6 ., followed by dinner at 6 30 Guest speaker will be mrs. George w. Beadle wife of the Chancellor of the University of Chicago. Reservations Are $5 per this is the easy economical Way to get the House Policer you need for air conditioning clothes drying and water heating All of which you will probably want to install later. This free wiring offer applies to a Standard wiring installation for electric ranges in any 2 or 3-Flat building that is now being served by Commonwealth Edison or Public service company. Offer also applies to single family dwellings when new electric ranges Are installed. C Commonwealth Edison $ c. E. Co. A a a a age i the bulletin thursday april 23, 1964 person. 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