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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 3, 1964, Chicago, Illinois U i i a it f to Page 2 now 1 a the bulletin thursday december 3, 1q64 1 f i a i i l % a at the Ebo a cocktail Par Mormance is set for saturday choirs of different churches a to mrs. Leonnrd Burch and miss Dee. 5, at 8 At Lane tech geared. By Anne Tyson Long after Miclar a Ulver crying tempera tires right Lig Lils still flood Ilio Ilau Terl Street Prono looking Soili front 76tli Street Neon signs Marie Severa of Filo Lileks Reese Lional far lilies and a reial Lioti Jorli Feriv Persona were afoot Ilir Nighan Fesl Vilies nere Piti Quot Fidi last insidi1 Quot Pumie hot a spots on a cold night along Halsted Gwendolyn King of 8800 South auditorium. Chicago Beach drive we Lii told i Mary Koens Many appearances me their Mother or. Omega As soloist for civic Community and professional organizations always has brought Praise and return engagements. Among participating Gro r it were the choirs of Mour it pm i Community Church the Rev v a Odore Richardson pastor in Raj i Baptist Church the Rev. C ire. Bradshaw pastor and the Park Manor congregational chuch. Mrs. Betty Jackson Kink director and the Rev. Arthur d. Gray pastor. King famous musician and director of the Chicago negro opera Guild is ill at Home. She has been advised by her doctor to it take More rest and give up some the principal speaker for of her activities. A joint negro Appeal will be the or. Kim halt made an Ivalu up witted critic of racial and a religious , columnist Quot a Ivun i Piv anal Thi no Altor editor Harr a Golden. The december 6, the a men in and Vanir of Unis City a in the a. In a i a. N u i i. Lio-1 inc Dan tall has five do or meetin8 Lii be dec 13, Friendship club will hold its lev a Iril in the pick Congress hotel. Tenth Quot human dinner fort Quot v rep. Cecil a. Partee pick Cong res hotel Ai 7 states in his announcement the ., in Honor of Marian Ander a childhood dream comes dinner in a $25-a-Piate Benefit for a son. The world renowned concert Rossius pizza server 2-3 4s 47 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 i amp i/2 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 5hrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 s.00 6.00 Chicken boxes 20 pieces in boxm_4.75 10 pieces in rox2.4s French Fries. Order.25 Cou Slaw our own tasty Reip pint soc quart 90c delivered to to 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 . Bar-b-9 baby Back ribs with cold Slaw French a Frits Brood and butter. I Fried Chicken with col slew Frond v a Fri Oso Brood and butter Law shrimp or Lake Perch 1 9c Fries Slaw Brood or Bottor. I by Hurley Green a cold stiff wind whipped up the 18-degree temperature As i began a saturday night tour of Halsted Street in the 70�?Ts. For a few moments i watched the blasts of wind Chase pieces of paper Down the almost deserted Street. The stroke of Midnight had pushed me into the cold and toward my first Stop. The taverns name sounded like heat and color. Other persons dashed across the Street into a huge brightly lighted package goods store to Purchase twisting to unwind my coat from about my legs i pushed into the pleasantly lit lounge. Its Semi darkness was warmed by coloured hanging lights. There was one vacant seat at the jammed a a la shaped bar while the Booths were Only half full two barmaids were on the go continuously. In a few minutes the outside cold was forgotten. Suddenly without preamble the Well proportioned woman on my left launched a sheaf of four letter words towards one of the barmaids. The barmaid responded in Triplicate a follow up on the threats would have made world War ii look like a Mere Street fight. Not waiting to partake of the other entertainment i downed my drink and made for the safety of the cold. Hurrying along Halsted i barely noticed the now deserted daytime businesses and the vacant storefronts of onetime businesses. Then a glowing Neon sign promised jazz and blues. Inside a record spinning team a Man and a woman played to a Dull House. A dozing special policeman kept the peace Over three or four listless couples. The wide circular bar was empty except for a Lone female customer who chatted with the owner. Package goods and cigarette sales were also slow. However the music lived up to its Billing in variety and Tempo. A barbeque House diagonally across the Street attracted my attention by its a steam clouded windows. Lale Comers hurried to waiting cars with their Greasy packages. Further along a the Street a a string of frosty Light bulbs outlined a deserted used car lot. Shimmering Waves of cold arose from the tired and lonesome automobiles. Two super markets in the Block had shelved Competition for the night. Two lounges directly across the continued on Page 6 it reality when Soprano Mary 16 social welfare agencies in the mrs. Edward Koen Clayton a City. Park Manor resident makes her also he properly notes we Are professional How As an opera fortunate to have this warmly Singer. Mary Koen Chicago born a human anti segregationist As our and trained will step into the guest speaker Lead role of Aida in the master italian composer Verdi s Immor be miss or. John a. Green Tal opera. Here in Park Manor. St. Luke the american opera Compa Church where he now is the min by under the general manage j ister in charge began a week Niento of my. Anna Del Prado Long anniversary Celebration is promoting the event. Tie per-1 nov. 22. During the Celebration artist will perform her Farewell m concert that Day at 3 30 orchestra Hall. Miss Anderson will receive Tho Friendship clubs highest award. Mrs. Fred Josephine Walker is founder and president of Tho acc. A # of mercy i la be in serious trouble if i done to mention the grand opening of Harvey Collins packaged beverage super Mart at 422-424 e. 71st St. And listen girls Mimi Harold Johnson a sister is a permanent staffer mrs. Harvey Vera erstwhile Dorf Aston Over 600 negro col famous Model Collins is working Ege graduates were United negro col q by 18 major companies. Over 200lpun j Young negroes were placed. Here is your big Chance a iwo Day Quot Opportunity Center will open in Chicago dec. 18 and 19, at the Conrad Hilton hotel 720 s. Michigan ave. The purpose of the Center is to help a the astonishing thing about a Jug Mary e. Bright serv find jobs for Young negro College the overwhelming Success of this pc Tjuk was entertained at the graduates. Conducting the Job clinic will be Richard Clarke associates of new York City which has already won National Fame and White House commendation for his successful a Opportunity centers1 in other cities. At the a Opportunity Center held in june at new Yorkus Wal particular Quot Opportunity Center said Clarke a was its being held Long after the College recruiting program was Clarkes record would seem to Home of mrs. Bernice Teer its vice president at 9405 s. Howard St. A delicious repast was served by the hostess. After reports and. I u plans for a Christmas party the indicate he knows his Way dub addressed and mailed card around the employment Market. He has already placed the phenomenal number of 6,000 negroes to shut ins of the Community. Also the dub is planning to a crowd gave rapt attention to this smart Young and the old ogled and danced the night floor show and social club introductions at away. The outside cold was dispelled by a hot a popular ballroom in the blossoming 7600 hot show Block on South Halsted Street. Here the in american Industry As Well As Che it a a l in overseas jobs. See a at the cose of ule Busi Ness meeting games were played. Mrs. Lois b. Miller is president and mrs. Gladys Dailey is reporter. Lovely fashion models of Chicago All members of the mannequin Guild previewed plans for their third annual Black tie a mannequin Ball on the eleventh of december in the Draka hotel. There will be cocktails at 7 In the French room and dinner at 9 In the Gold coast room. Profits from the Ball will Benefit the rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Parties of the John r. Cagney the Robert h. Phases the Jack c. Kuhns and the James a. Knights will precede the a presidents Rall a dec. 5. The Ball sponsored by the Board of governors of the Hinsdale Community House will be held at the group3 Headquarters. Bulletin now on Newsstands look As a new service to our readers the bulletin is now on Sale at selected Newsstands throughout our area. You can now buy an extra copy of Chicago a leading Community weekly a at the following stands 63rd-Kimbark be Corner 63rd-Eberhart be Corner 63rd-Woodawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station 63rd-Normal so Corner 69th-Normal new Corner 71st-so. Park new Corner 74th-Halsted be Corner 79th-Vincennes so Corner 79th-Prairie . Corner 83rd-cottage new Corner 87th-Langley new Corner 87th-so. Park new Corner 75th-cottage new Corner 79th-Langley so Corner 81st-so. Park be Corner 65th-cottage be Corner 59th-state Springer drugs 8201 Ellis drug store 63rd-cottage be Corner Roberts Holiday gift value spectacular urge Public to help reduce nationwide Coin shortage a extra Liberal terms arranged to fit your budget 1�?~hixokss Quot Saddle lace. 99 ass a a a a automatic 4-Speed phonograph with space saving drop Down record changer a takes up minimum space on shelf of table changer conveniently drops Down for playing. A lightweight tone . A flip Over Cartridge with dual Sapphire Needles. A front mounted Al co speaker for full Range room filling sound. A individual volume and tone controls. A built in Cord storage compartment. Westingh0use i i record player 1 $4988 $4.00 per month sophisticated perforations with hand lacing a a a on Saddle cowhide. French Ftp use 95 plus tax Moil ing pieces from j2 95 fashion co ors. Part of tiie sounds of Halsted Street emanate from 4fclive�?� record spinners. Here spinner owner Leonard Singleton displays equipment and part of a Well rounded record collection which provides musical entertainment in his 73rd Street spot for your Holiday dinner. A Fine selection of Livo turkeys ducks a Vhiere is a Coin shortage and everyone can help break it Hiis is the advice from the Illinois retail merchants association and Illinois Bankers association two of Many City and state organizations working to solve the shortage problem. A Public information program is being launched this week in Chicago and throughout the state to enlist Public support to help solve the shortage which covers the entire country. It is suggested that the Public can help solve the Coin shortage by simply searching out every the increase in automated coi operated machines of All kinds parking meters and toll roads. Nationally the two United states mints in Philadelphia and Denver Are on a seven Day a week around the clock production schedule. They expect to turn out a record 4,500,000,000 coins in 1964. A new u. S. Mint has been authorized for construction in Philadelphia but will not be ready for operation for two years. Short Cut if you need a narrow strip of. Building paper or roofing Felt in name Bank a childrens piss a a a a a a a Vej. the family a cookie Jar Stead of tedl0usly measuring and shoe boxes and any other family Coin saving containers. The Public is urged to take the coins to any store Bank or savings and loan association and turn the coins in for paper Money. Coins of ail denominations Are in Short Supply. Causes of the Short Asje include cutting the length of the strip building specialists at Allied chemicals Barrett division advise that you simply unroll the required length Cut it off and Roll is up again. Then measure the Width needed and saw through the entire Roll. Geese Capon r j i Len o u fryers. Dressed free. Also fresh fish dressed to order. Vegetables amp or scenes. 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