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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 27, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Pm tre 2 the bulletin thursday August 27, 1964 a a 4 a it it a a i everything to make tour child s party a Suee Ess 1,000 party favors Only genuine iar8ie amp Ken mix match clothing half this and jj2z x 1708-10 e. \ 79� strict 4-4510 is 5-mm r 4 a it is a a is is to fashion designer Marian Williams a graduate of the Chicago Art Institute recently held a kick off party for the models who will present her originals in a fashion flair around the world a a fashion show and a a fam s a i 5025 s. Wabash ave. Chicago 15, Iii. Drexel 3-4470 239-0386 Louis f. Materre metropolitan insurance consultant Quot free insurance advice when you want i Quot metropolitan life insurance co. Headquarters new York . It s Worth a trip to ch�oc3go to see thrills danger suspense the to Voici Post office chorus Imler lie direction of its organizer s. Wellington Martin 7627 Champlain perform at the annual Post office christinas party 1963. The choristers headlined a Host of stars that included Mahalia Jackson Jin Imey Durante and Eddie Jackson Singer Parohl Ward and the four step Brothers. Martin a Long time Chathan Park Manor resident is a re i red army officer now employed with the Post office. The horus Well known locally has Hen invited to appear at the a it new York world pair. 70-voice Post office choir directed by area resident by Hurley Green to a of i 0 Sci a be we incl it i i Vyp in Quot Lon Martin 7 �27 Chain. Motion to organize a choral group Plain. Martin a Long time postal a let there be music might. A a. Have been he order of the Day in the first and Only Choice for employee and a retired army offi january 1963 when the Chicago organizer of such a group was s. Car lists an impressive list of credentials in the Field of music. Uno urn left 1011 Sive engagement ? premieres july 8th in Chicago tickets k matinees available at any daily at 2 00 currency Exchange Ltd except sat. Amp Sun. Any Sears store or at 1 00 amp 4 45 Blackhawk rest it a i ? Eves. 8 30 m if Pimin a Hathaway i Omsk Mcvickers 0105030 Madison near state Chicago 2. Ill. Phone 782 8230 Rossius pizza following h i s hospitalization from wounds received in world 2-3 4-5 4-7 All our pizzas Are made fresh 6 8aked 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 i amp i 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra Ingry Ditnes .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 6.00 Chicken boxes 20 Piccari in bex_____4.75 10 pitas in rox.-2.45 Franck Fiat ord.r_.25 delivered to to charge 25c from 10231.79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . War ii Martin directed the ,ie<1 the mass of cold arising a 1503131 employee. The Martini Manor Ray funeral Quot Home a i. Cd huh a a i _ t a. By Anne Tyson the performance on of these agencies. Since these Brook is president of the Auxilio sept. 15, of a take her she a groups Are engaged in projects1 Ary Mutie Quot starring Forrest Tucker which help needy Young persons at Drury Lane theater will proceeds from the Benefit will Benefit the joint negro Appeal. Provide an Opportunity to invest the event is being sponsored by in human lives the women a auxiliary of Jna. I among the agencies which will joint negro Appeal helps to be beneficiaries Are the Chicago maintain programs of social in a youth centers Parkway com pro vement for 16 different neigh Muni i v House Newberry Avenue Horh Nood agencies. Support of the centers Southside Community Benefit performance will help Commito. And Hen a Booth greatly in strengthening the work House. Mrs. Gwendolyn Miner a luncheon at 12 30 . Sunday oct. 11. Of Fth Del Prado hot i. Director and coordinator of the show is mrs. Wilma Wilson. Music for the show will be provided by Willie Randall. Guests will be entertained by the ballroom dancing of the incomparable dancing of Gloria Stevens and Charles Anderson. An added attraction will be the first showing of Willa s fall millinery creations from her Salon at 520 e. 71st St. A Benefit performance of Quot a Salute to Freedom will be sponsored by the Congress of racial Equality Core sept. 15, in the civic opera House. Featured will be Dick Gregory outstanding comedian and civil rights advocate Len Chandler Folk Singer and Leo Gooden s five a jazz group. Charles Smith is chairman of Chicago Core. 0 Louis laudable owner of Maxim s in Paris invited guests for a Midnight supper last wednesday at the local maxims after the Chicago opening of a a funny thing happened on the Way to the forum. The cast of the Broadway musical were the honoured guests at the invitational affair. A a a most depressing informal on was the death of mrs. William Harrison Pitts of Park s. Wellington Martin Nown 374th army band in Europe. For his outstanding musical accomplishments Martin received a commendation from the commanding general fort Lee va., As director of music 1961-62. From the stadium ice. Instead of family is rounded off with three Robes the choir performed in sons and a daughter. Their overcoats warmth came Only from thundering applause. The boys George 24, Tony Anthony 21, and Gerald 19, were was in charge of arrangements. Services were held in St. Elizabeth Church. 0 mrs. M. Thomas of House since that first appearance the former bulletin newsboys. Now grocery accompanied by two of choir has appeared at the negro Are carr>in2 the family name her children Michael and Janice have returned from a trip to Gainesville a. While there they exposition Mccormick place in new honors. A Bass baritone soloist of october 1963 the 20th annual geor0e is an assistant professor. J0�necj Celebration of the no a Martin is former Chor Dorrie Miller commemoration pro University of Illinois wedding anniversary of master at St. Edmund a Church,1 Gram at orchestra Hall july 28, soon rec be doctorate in or. And mrs. Earle Strickland 6105 Michigan. Barb a baby Back ribs with col Slaw French 2 25 Frei bread and butter. 1963 the postmasters Conven aeronautical engineering. Tony parents of mrs. Thomas. Cole Slaw our own tasty recipe plat 50c a uart foe 1/2 Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French a a Frlj a bread and butter shrimp or Lake Perch Fries Slaw bread amp Buffer. He has studied at cited univer Tion hew at the pick Congress Anthony a member of the armed a of wit Sam a 1963 a a to a school of music the Sherwood regional directors testimonial Germany and is stationed at fort Waiking their five grandchild school of music and under a. Dinner at the Conrad Hilton to Sheridan 111. Ydren. Mrs. Thomas George Wim 1.25 Tel october �9cj. Brown amp Meyer sons summer specials Gerald also a member of the Berly the Wilson a oldest Daugh d a a a amed forces is stationed at the tend spent the so recently uie group appeared on t Mer Here. Bemine and her Hus to Channel 2�?Ts, a wonderful ded missile school Redstone band Thomas formerly lived in world program. An invitation Arsenal Ala. The youngest men a Hawaii where he was stationed when postmaster Harry has been extended to the Grove Ber of the Martin family Gerald with the marines. Thomas a number of private tutors. He is a member of the american Guild of choirmaster. Phone 224-3827 503 e. 75th St. Large tide o limit 3 do 1 5�?~ Home pack _ ice Cream Ai a it i gallon. U Armour Star fryers 2 5� fresh stewing Chicke ns.2 3�?~ fresh Chicken breasts.4 9� legs. .3 Jas wings. .2 9> sole Days wed., aug. 26-tues., sept. 1 Domino sugar la 49c Quaker White Corn meal Maxwell House Coffee 2clo�$119 Pillsbury s cake mixes Riceland Rice 5_ bog 49? Del Monte Pink Salmon a 59� new red potatoes lbs. 39 h. Semrow broached Martin with appear new York world be a at the Hirsch the idea of forming a choral 196 school group the postmaster was merely born in the West indies mar tin moved to Chicago some 39 a the organization of the sergeant has been transferred to los Angeles. Our Jackie mrs. John f. Kennedy is Back and the Deau Only would make an appearance in Atlantic today thursday but will attend the memorial tribute to her late husband in the convention Hall. She also is interested in a group of employ party. A a years Quot ago he served inthe Post office is a Milestone vice hotel has reserved rooms the group performed so Well army from 1941 to 1946 he was in my life a says choir master to her Iri Atlanta it is sex that it began to grow and grow awarded the purple heart for Martin. He singled out soloists until it now stands at 70 Mem w funds received in action. For special Praise Bers. The first rehearsal was held the korean action foun j Avtar Calvin c Mcadory w. 77th pi., in the Martin Home and consisted again recalled to service. This assistant director Bass baritone of 35 partly interested persons. T served from 950 unt James d. Lipscomb 6832 Cornell choral participation was purely 1954. Martin was recalled a third Tenor mrs. Araette Boling 8108 expected to attend a party for voluntary and Long hours of re time in 1961, following the Berlin Ellis Soprano and William l. 13,000, including delegates alter hearsay required the equivalent of crisis. Robinson 749 e. 69th pi., baritone f nates and their wives a Days work without pay. A also mrs. Elizabeth Williams a of Ion 7 1 quo u i 943 w. 67th St., contralto a letter from or. And a close on in e Ruth Lewis 3942 South Parkway. Mrs. Samuel Proctor Wiggins after 3�.ieaf� c1ledit Soprano Alvoid Lane 6931 War. And son Samuel i Indi service wih the rank of Bash a episcopal i Cates they have just returned he a a of warrant a Mcern band mass Church choir director Tenor and from Vienna. The letter says Vienna should be olt a the itinerary of every european tour. We have just returned from today a 70 members rehearse appearance of the newly formed Ter. Group was at the 1962 Post office Christmas party held at the Chicago stadium. Sharing her husbands inter mrs. Lela m. Of Neal 3323 w. Grenshaw contralto. Mrs. Blanche Smith Walton is ests mrs. Sophia Martin is a chorus accompanist and Charles a tour of the Schoenbrunn Palace Martin shivered when he re member of the chorus As Well As g. Kendrick is guest organist. Inter part review new onions extra a. A a lbs extra fancy or apr or plums. La. Sun. A Mon. Amp tuesday Only Bowman s milk v2 gallon a a a it Star food Center a 503 e. 75th St. Phone 224-3827 w Eilt Silay August 19, with a a loads of free Rel re sements for the kids. Getting together after the a successful affair to review highlights Are left to right mrs Esther Merrett 7441 Langley party chairman mrs Gertrude Knight 7445 Langle was and Means chairman it or it Jean Miller 7434 Langley Secretary mrs. Mary Greer 7439 Langley treasurer mrs Fannie Carter 7436 Langley president. And places frequented by my favorite musical idols and come posers Brahms Beethoven Mon Zart and others. The hotel is an atmosphere of Friendly personnel and Rose and Gold decor the letter further says a i Hope i will be Able to show you pictures. Yes and i want to see the pictures. The Wiggins stopped in the hotel ambassador Wien Vienna. A 0 because Chicago is a the Ater deserving , r a v i n 1 a would like to pack the House night after night for our own pleasure but also to demonstrate that a Chicago is deserving of great theater.1 Ravinia makes it possible for theater goers to thrill to shake Speare in the great tradition. Performances of Henry v. Twelfth night and Hamlet will continue through sept. 27. Matin Nee performances Are held at 3 ., evening shows begin at 8 . The cast includes 25 distinguished actors direct from London. Robert Hardy stars As Henry v and Hamlet. The productions Are directed by Peter Dews. For Telephone reservations Call 273-3500. I know the John Gradys have reservations for the family. The Marco killings invited my husband and me to go in their party. You too should select a party and go to Ravinia the Rev. And mrs. Maceo a Pembroke Are the proud parents of 8 Pound 11 ounce baby boy bom sunday afternoon. The Eftev. Or. Pembroke is pastor of St. Mark methodist Church 8441 St. Lawrence

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