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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 8, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Thursday dec. 8,19663 the bulletin shifting scenes continued from Page j position As Alderman or committeeman without getting an interested hearing. I like to think of Miller As the iting though he has often been included with the term a the silent six a Miller has quietly gone about doing his Job and doing it Well. As committeeman he has provided jobs and favors for an uncountable number of Ward residents. Miller has fought for every thing needed for the Ward from unsatisfactory zoning regulations to Street sweeping. He has been an extremely Active Alderman. In the area of civil rights Miller has without fanfare made a continuous contribution to the Advance i ment of negro rights. When i stepped off the plane in Montgomery last year in the company of Leon Depres and Charles Chew Bob Miller was already there. When James Meredith was felled in Mississippi Bob Miller was one of the March finishers. He has been Sil i ent primarily because he has been too Busy working. I am sure the voters Are aware of these facts. Bob Miller is tested proven official who can Only be an asset to the sixth Ward in the City Council. Other entries in the sixth Ward race can Only serve to negate that strength that Rayner built up Over a period of years. The sixth Ward is fortunate in having two candidates of this Caliper. Gershwin boasts works of Art the proudest school in the area is the George Gershwin elementary school 6206 Racine which now has its foyer and corridors lined with repro a cleaning up the eighth a beaming confidently possibly because they scent the Quot Sweet smell of Success Quot just months away in the forthcoming eighth Ward Aldermani elections Are the chief figures in the citizens for cousins group in front of Campaign Headquarters at 8026 cottage Grove. The occasion dec. 4, was an Quot open House Quot sponsored by the group. From left Are Milton Lamb Campaign manager 8241 Vernon candidate atty. William cousins 1745 e. 83rd pm. And mrs. Jane Sims 7957 Rhodes. Englewood service Center now open mon., thurt., Friday sat. 9 30-9 00 tues., wed. 9 30-8 00 Sears <7 k and of k automotive special front end alignment 95 quiz candidates Sears Low in it a Price most can 7 have your car Sears serviced while you shop a charge toe in and toe out adjustment parts if needed extra Call to 3-4600 for an appointment free wheel alignment Check no Money Down on Sean revolving charge account Aldermani hopefuls in the 21st Ward Are getting a Chance to make their bids for support from among members of the Maple Park Home owners association which meets on the fourth Friday of the month at the Ada Park Field House 11250 Ada. The november guest was atty. James d. Montgomery 9117 union34-year-old former . Attorney and associate with Paul Zuber of new York in the historic Webb versus Chicago Board of education suit. Montgomery will be followed each month thereafter until elections by other candidates. Typical scene of the Quot quiz candidates Quot meeting is the moderating table which lists association officials from left James Thigpen vice president 11606 Throop Thomas h. Howery president and mrs. Leathia Robinson recording Secretary. Seek new girl scouts three Community residents Are members of the girl scouts recruitment task Force that will help conduct a program in four City colleges during november and december to stimulate student Volunteer participation in the girl scout organization. Recruiting task Force members Are mrs. James Howard 538 w. 62nd St. Mrs. Juanita Pate 9328 Parnell and mrs. Thelma Stevenson 5938 South Parkway. Colleges scheduled to be visited by the girl scouts recruiters include Loop City College november 17-18 Crane City College november 21-23 Wilson City College november 28 december 2 and Wright City College december 5-9. Hours of the interviews will be posted in the colleges administrative offices so that students May sign up ahead of time. The recruiters will stress to students the Many types of Volunteer jobs that Are open to them in personnel Public relations finance program and camping. They will try to fit each student to a Job according to his major interests program of study and time commit ments. According to mrs. Howard Hackel chairman of the recruitment task Force Quot with 32,000 girl scouts in the City of Chicago and thousands of girls waiting to become girl scouts there is a desperate need for Volunteer manpower to staff the she emphasized Quot we not Only need troop Lead cars and committee consultants we need people who will Type make Telephone Calls or help with transportation. The Small jobs must be taken care of As Well As the big ones otherwise the program for All Chicago girls cannot auctions of famous paintings All made possible by another Gershwin Ira of Beverly Hills Calif. If the name has a familiar sound to it there a a Good reason. Ira is the brother of the late George Gershwin world famous popular composer musician after whom the school was named. In memory of his brother Ira Gershwin donated $500 to Purchase the reproductions for the 1,400-Pupil school which opened its door March 1, 1965, which Community leaders and parents will be invited. The paintings were scoured from the Chicago Public school Art society of the Art Institute by mrs. Laura s. Ward school principal and mrs. Robert Poliak society director. Mrs. Pollak is the wife of the music and drama critic for the Chain of neighbourhood newspapers published by Bruce Sagan a which also numbers the bulletin and Woodlawn Booster. Poliak delivered the a formal showing of dedicatory address at the for the paintings is tentatively Mal ceremonies held for the scheduled for february at i school last May 6. Capo makes awards continued from Page i de in his he said Quot we now have a school administration willing to give some thought to fresh ideas. Or. Redmond asked some probing questions which showed that he was very familiar with the problems of our or. Harry Strasburg superintendent dist. No. 27, was also present at the conference. Ward by Ward Street cleaning the Lack of. It was brought out that there is Only one Street sweeper to service the 8th, 21st and 6th wards respectively. Several requests for Street cleaning schedules were sent to the Ward superintendents and aldermen of these wards but the response was negative. Invitations to the aldermen of the three wards to attend the december meet met with Little an inquiry about Snow removal brought out the fact that the policy is to remove Snow on business streets Only and residential. There Are no immediate plans. ,., to have or. Redmond speak at Success for first band inform a Capac meeting a bulletin to on representative was informed. Among the other important announcements and reports made by Fisher included a statement to the effect that he will not be a candidate for reelection but he will appoint the committee for nomination of 1967 officers. This is about two and one half months earlier than previously done. Concern for area cleanliness led to a detailed discussion of a i to Mill ii hair District 20 presents cultural program a Misc amp Oruc amp Aho a. Englewood 718 w. 64th St. To 3-4600 District 20 s cultural enrichment program in conjunction with parents of pupils at Guggenheim elementary school 7146 Sangamon has scheduled a teen age panel discussion at new Friendship Baptist Church 848 w. 71st St., dec. 13, at 7 schools Are cast in the role of panel members. The students drawn from Serin Harper and Parker High schools will be discussing such topics As discipline education curfew Laws. Special guest and Moder . Students from three High Ator will be Roy Wood commentator of radio station won. Gathered about him will be Anita Gathings and Louise Foster Senn Jeannette Jeffrey Harper and Paulette Williams Ronald Davis Charles Corley and Leon Butts All of Parker. Congratulations the South Shore club of Queen Vashti chapter no. 121 Oes was co hosted by mrs. Laura Christmon 7024 Calumet and mrs. Pearl Lee Jackson 6600 Ingleside saturday evening at mrs. Christmond a Home. The occasion was the regular monthly meeting but it turned out to be a rather festive affair. The hostesses prepared a pal ate tempting menu which was enjoyed by guests along with interesting conversation and efficient handling of the important business at hand. Hica a Tow Modo so ode Shade recovered we repair amp remodel lamp Interior decor Shoppe 2342 e. 71t St. My 44x41 duly 9 30-4t mom. 0 Hurt. I 9 Irene s Beauty Salon you Savi at Irene s 6331. 71 it St. Call for appointment 224-7610 wig s baked goods Amber 8246 cottage Grove open 5 a m. A we do our own baking bakery to 4-6777 you Are cordially invited to attend the Brand opening of grand of Cohn amp Stern exclusive men s fashions8233 cottage Grove Chicago Progress please Stop by and get acquainted sign our Register during opening week and you May win absolutely free one of ten valuable prizes a Petrocelli suit 1-Eagle suit 1-Wales coat i Oleg Cassini sweater 1-Don Loper sport shirt 1-Box of no Iron shirts 1-Prince Ferrari shirt 1-Swank old. Bracelet watch 1-Jaymar Quot sans Abelt Quot Slacks 1-Knox hat no Purchase necessary this contest limited to adults 18 years of age and older a Only one entry per person winners names will be drawn on saturday december 10th Ai 6 .winner need not be present i i

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