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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 3, 1959, Chicago, Illinois F it a t a a f a v a a Quot a % a v a. Mfg # a Topazi 4 thursday december i 1#8# the bulletin it n a key club distributes canned food scores of baskets filled with canned food were distributed last week by the boys of the Parker High school key club to needy families in the Englewood area. The canned food had been collected by the boys As part of the nationwide key club can drive an annual event. Members taking part in the collection and distribution of the food included Constantine Carri Gan 6612 Normal vice president John Carrigan 6612 Normal Secretary Raoul Davion 7634 Calumet Clarence Ellis 6749 Indiana Carl Glenn 7211 Prairie Wendell Haynes 7530 Stewart and Wesley Hannus 665 w. 65th at. Also Phillip Jackson 7201 Prairie Ulysses Johnson 8659 Wabash Dwight Lobbins 217 e. 69th St. Fred Loewinsohn 1523 e. 67th pm George Mooney 7200 Princeton Maurice Scott 7652 Calumet and John Sullivan 7036 Indiana also Glenn Washington 7156 Calumet Frank Walker 6711 Prairie Timothy Williams 6930 Yale and Robert Wilson 7221 Prairie. The drive was conducted under the auspices of or. James j. Ahern faculty sponsor and or. Benedict Amar principal of Parker High school. In citywide y1 meeting City wants receivership the City has asked Superior court to appoint a receiver for a four Story apartment building in Woodlawn that houses about j50 persons. The building at 6235-41 Kenwood contains 81 dwelling units. Defendants Are the la Salle National Bank and the cosmopolitan National Bank trustees and Norman Garfinkel 6235-41 Kenwood. The suit asks that the receiver be Given the Power to administer the business of the building and collect All rents and use them to bring the Structure up to the minimum standards of City ordinances. City officials during an inspection found violations of a even City ordinances. Four on Honor Roll four students from Park Manor and Woodlawn areas were named to the Honor Roll at de Lasalle Institute Foi Scholastic achievement during the first marking period according to brother i. Conrad f.s.c., principal. Mentioned for the honors were Theodore Drew 7011 South Park 86.4 Terry Patch 6149 Rhodes 95.0 Woodrow Dolphin 6147 Indiana 87.2, and John m. Worthy 6658 Wabash 90.4 Only students with a general average of 85 per cent in All subjects including citizenship and religion Are eligible for recognition. A Mark below 75 per cent in any subject disqualifies a student from mention on the Honor Roll regardless of his general average brother Conrad said. Jewel Rogers to talk Here on woman s Day the Chancel choir of St. Mark methodist Church 8441 St. Lawrence will present its Annua performance of handels Messiah on sunday dec. 20 at i . In the main auditorium of the Church. A Essa Sirajuddin Consul general of the United Arab Republic and five members of his staff will be guests of Honor dec. 13 at 6 . In the islamic Center 1002 e. 75th St. Jewel s. Rogers former assistant us District attorney and member of the Illinois advisory committee to the Federal civil rights commission will address the Christian women a Fellowship of Park Manor Christian Church 600 e. 73rd St., on a How faithful is our witness a sunday at 10 45 in the Church auditorium. The special program is being held As part of worldwide a a woman a Day a sponsored by disciples of Christ denomination. Mrs. Sybel Thomas 8241 Michigan president of the Fellowship will be in the chair. She will be assisted by two past presidents mrs. Rubye Washington 7227 St. Lawrence and mrs. Lesly Smith 7156 Langley. A 20-voice women a chorus will sing a How Lovely Are the messengers a by i. Mendelssohn. Mrs. Goldie Guy Martin 8219 South Park who will direct the women a chorus is also general chairman of the program. For the first time in the history of the Parish a class of students at St Dorothy Sparer Chial school 78th St. And Eber Hart received first communion on thanksgiving Day. One of the churches seven sacraments the communion usually is received for the first time on a sunday. Last thursdays class totalling 100 youngsters about eight years old took part in the ceremony during a High mass at 9 . It was celebrated by the Rev. Thomas j. Raftery assistant pastor. A it is significant that you Are receiving the holy eucharist for the first time on this great american Holiday a the priest told the youngsters a because the greek word a eucharist itself Means a among the new officers of the lutheran human relations associations Chicago chapter elected sunday Are Robert Washington 121 e. 71st St., treasurer and the Rev. Robert h. King 6231 Eberhart pastoral adviser. The association was organized on a National level in 1953 at Valparaiso Indiana and i of has some 23 chapters. The local group was the first to organize for the purpose of creating a greater awareness of the organized lutheran churches and their memberships to the Chris youths smash car Tian approach to better understanding in relations with All minority groups. A a temptation is the title of the Sermon to be preached sunday at 9 30 . In the Chatham United presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th St., by the Rev. Don g. Morse. The Church provides a Nursery during the services. A ministers dinner sponsored by the Church of god 62nd St. And Langley was held last sunday in the Home of mrs. Laura Pitts 6758 Calumet. Guests from this area included the Rev. And mrs. E. L. Barclay 7120 Langley the Rev. J. Armstead 214 e. 68th St. The Rev. S. Glover 513 w. 61st i. Alberta Davis 850 e. 64th i. E. Pugh 6202 Langley g. Bryant 6147 Rhodes d. Jack son 6200 Langley Seal Davis 710 e. 62nd St and Earl Wiley 6548 University. Local youngsters will represent two my can a in a citywide conference on the theme a Are be Abie a slated for this sunday in the Sherman hotel. Patricia Campbell 967 e. 61st St., of the Hyde Park a by a above is on the planning committee. Representing the Chat Park Manor neighbors elect officers monday Park Manor neighbors will elect their officers for the 1960-�?T61 term at a meeting monday at 8 . In St. Peters lutheran Church 7400 Michigan. Two representatives from each of the 90 affiliated Block clubs Are entitled to vote in this election. Plans for the groups annual Christmas decorating contest will be completed As the other Block clubs try to end the two year championship of the 7500 Evans club under president Simon Fiur Rell 7520 Evans. Problems of area conservation arising out of new reports of attempted illegal conversions and rezoning also will be on the Agenda. In addition president Ashby g. Smith 6918 Calumet will report on the recent meeting of the association of Community councils with which the neighbors Are affiliated. Sixth Ward politicians stirring. Ham a by a will be Rosalyn Kennedy 8039 Calumet. All 900 participants expected will take part in a four hour discussion session beginning at 2 . The four Basic areas for Exchange will be a teen delinquency a a dating to marriage a a current events a and a teen age futures a at 6 . The teenagers will gather for dinner in the grand ballroom for committee reports and a speech by the Rev. Robert Richards olympic pole vault and decathlon Champion. Gets master s degree Robert s. Kittaka 6142 Ellis has been awarded the degree of master of science by the University of Illinois this month. R a xxv Ltd v it Gay / a it Ora Green skilled hair week inc. Hair weaving is weaving human hair to the growing hair. If your hair is 12" Long you can get a weave. Bald spots also covered any style any color a budget if necessary. Open mondays by appointment hours 9 . To . 9404 s. Wallace he. 8-4967 the sixth Ward Young demo Banner against sen Paul cratic club will launch a drive tomorrow night to Register All Young people 111 the Ward who Are old enough to vote according to William Bowman 7202 Michigan president of the club. The club will meet at 8 . Tomorrow in the wards regular democratic Headquarters at 6542 cottage Grove. Bowman expects More than 200 members and visitors to attend the meeting. Representing the sixth Ward regular democratic organization will be Aid. Robert Miller 7238 South Park and state rep. Charles f. Armstrong 6942 Prairie. Rep. Armstrong is sponsor of the club and Heads its executive committee. He is also president of the sixth Ward regular democratic organization of which Miller is the committeeman. Members of the Woodlawn democratic club an affiliate of the democratic federation of Illinois with members in the fifth and sixth wards Are interviewing Woodlawn Church and labor Union officials in order to find a candidate for Delegate to the 1960 democratic National convention. William h. Rentschler a Candy manufacturer has been endorsed for us senator by the sixth Ward Young republicans. The clubs endorsement Resolution called Rentschler a a Young vigorous articulate Able and deeply dedicated Man who would be a an excellent candidate to carry the Republican Douglas in the 1960 election. By making the endorsement the club went on record As opposing gov. William Stratton a Choice for the senatorial nomination. Stratton a Republican is supporting Samuel w. Witwer an attorney in Riverside 111. Army amp Lou s restaurant lounge 42022 East 75th St. Hudson 3-6550 two so parfait room for your convenience full course Home cooked meals Alto Speel Allting in fish shrimp a Gumbo lobster Tail Steak Chick on it chops a beef pork imparted and wines liquors Start cocktails Tho original army amp Loo so known Tor Fino foods after a workshop on membership and program at sixth Ward regular Republican Headquarters 6657 cottage Grove keynote speaker Frank Beckwith is congratulated by from left mrs. Jack Daniels 710 e. 68th St. Mrs. Suzie Evans 6731 Langley and mrs. Grace Lee Stevens 6547 St. Lawrence All members of the Ward s Republican women s club. Beckwith is an Indianapolis lawyer Graham photo the car belonging to Louis Thompson 6122 Kimbark was literally wrapped around the tree trunk visible in the background after it crashed head on into another Auto at nearly 100 Miles per hour. It was stolen monday morning from behind Hyde Park High school by three teenage boys. Two of them As Well As the Driver of the other cer were in the Illinois Central Hospital in serious condition. The mashup at 56th St. And Blackstone ended an eight Block Day or night Day of night the Home improvement service general contractor Carpenter work plumbing catch basins sewers drains. Brick siding roofing porches. Rooms added floors levelled electric work basement apartments chimneys and garages. We repair All heating systems 423 East 69th St. A. 4-4152 these after the youths Ware spot ted by stolen Auto Section detectives near the school. Goldman photo skeets lounge 539 East 79th St. Radcliffe 3-9496 kill that Roach Stop wasting your Money chasing Roaches mice Etc when it costs so very very Little Tor effective a Tei m i n a t i n 9 Cali he. 8-4327 estimate Call he. 8-4327 completely guaranteed a same Day service King exterminators 7am to 7 no sign on cars get acquainted photo offer 4 Waunet size $�00 f photos. I 1 3 Post card $�00 size. I 1 is of i Larch s 7 .1 All 3 ours$7s for a will Toko table. Children or adults when yes went a photog Repher Fer any purpose weddings Home portraits outdoor affairs parties dances Church groups Van Hardy photographers 858 East 63rd St.�?2nd floor a us a a my a Mill a ind ii Plua .11� boys wanted living in the area of 59th to 67th St. State to cottage age 10 to 16 to Dlliver the bulletin apply�?439 e. 71st St. Or Call St. 3-1040 a that electrician in the want ads located our trouble you forgot to pay to Light Bill i

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