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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 19, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Fife i the bulletin thursday december 19, 1963 a Complete selection of live turkeys geese ducks Capone amp chickens at reasonable prices dressed free to order leaders lash school list continued from Page i Ali. Charles Chew of the in flour and or. Bacon can t do mayoral polity or. Lyden 17th declared vigorously we a a a a his a Quot Wilde a socialite who has been want Soma negroes on that school i Board Only lw0 Are an Active fund Raider for medical j Board. You know some Coly who ent y held by negroes mrs. Win is going to show up with Black Dell Green find Warren Bacon skin. Mrs. Green has been severity a mrs. Green has been bathing criticized by civil hights groups. Causes or. Daniel Pachman pc a patrician at an Illinois Central Hospital Don Hrnack 35, a Republican find a member of the Law firm. Morse Dixon. Knouff and Holmes and Harry m. Oliver jr., insurance broker. By Anne Tyson bulletin now on newsstand lbs. Chancellor Jones eggs shaped like tulips with ten concessioner for Bungalow inn Der Green onions for the stems. Did her Holiday entertaining Early mrs. John Hughes is president with a smorgasbord party tues of the club and guests included Ali. Hobert Miller of l00k As \ new service to the sixth Ward a member of the our readers the bulletin is now City councils schools committee in Saje a selected Newsstands which must approve the mayors throughout our arca. You can now appointments to the b 0 a r a buy an extra copy of a a Chicago set at Chi leading Community weekly a at a the slate ought to be sent following stands Back and the committee take an 3rri an Oberhart be Corner other look. I done to know any of and Harvard l ablation these names that i could Vole for. We an Normal blvd. It pure murder a Comer 63rd and Woodlawn 63rd and Kimbark 71th and i la Isle 83rd and cottage 79th and Vincennes 87th and South of a Arkway 95th and South Parkway 87th and Langley 8012 South Parkway Nav. Alley i 7 the and Ellis ave. His committee miss Josie l. Brown and Truman k. Gibson or. One of the toastmasters greatest eggs 3 99 c x i Rossius pizza. Sabels hours daily 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 . Farm i products i wholesale amp retail j 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A 3-4161 shop bulletin want ads and save Servo 2-3 45 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 i a it 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 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.c0 5.00 4.00 delivered h o t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Tri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Chicken boxes 20 Pieta in Bai 4.7s to placet in Box 2.45 French Fries order.,25 Barb a baby Back ribs with col slow brooch 2 25 to Broad and butter Cole Slaw Oor owl Talty Rodeo pint 50c quart 90c a Fried Chicken with Colo Slaw preach to Broad and butter. Shrimp or Lake Pirch Bra Slaw Broad a Bihar. Num and new vice president of j.n.a., who served As toastmaster of the banquet was careful to thank the immediate members of Day in her son s gorgeous new mrs. Wilma Mcclure the Harry Home. Her son William Harris Fields and his sister Nina rus and his wife Millicent live at 654 sell Samuel Miller the Theodore e. 80th St. Morton from California Kath-1 admirers was his fourteen year mrs. Jones Bridge club a the Erine Bell mrs. Marguerite Rich old daughter Marsha. Sylvester sub Rossa girls played Bridge Ardson the Leonard aliens or. White who Pinch fitted for invited the Early it Art of the evening and and mrs. Harold Pierce atty guest speaker senator Paul h. About sixty guests came later. And mrs. Harold Washington and Douglas credited himself Adenir Florence served a very colourful the Fred Jones. Ably As an Impromptu speaker. Bowling assortment of vegetable and fruit holds potato salad and Maca tue seventh annual Roni casserole with sea food. One negro Appeal dinner was labelled or it gave an eloquent response to a of her close friends As the most successful of All. An the More than 750 in attendance. Taylor studied food preparation in overwhelming attendance was of Paris France and was responsible very enthusiastic Over the annual Matthew Webb was re for the artistic touches on the report of the treasurer. Young i acted for a second term a table. There were hard boiled executive Marshall Francis by the honoree odes Nicholson a joint j prominent lawyer and civic Lead personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 213 e. 71 St St. St 3-8932 organize new fat at heed elementary a second term As president of Chicago Idle Wilders inc. Nixola Perry is again treasurer and Pearl Blac j Well fills the Post of financial Sec. An installation party was Given for members and their guests. The Winso Metts have a new president this year mrs. Angus Morris a quiet very charming and ardent Church woman. Mrs. Morris member of St. Edmund a episcopal Church has been a member of the win a Vav a to has been formed and membership chairman Lare through the action of an organic j lha Robinson 439 w. 63rd St. Ing committee at the newly built also hospitality committee mrs. Smetts club several years. Walter Reed elementary school. Najm Lih Liehn. Ests Shirley Puckett dropped a note the school at 64th and Stewart i Harvard and is Frances that she and Audrey Smith had ave., was built to relieve Over non. 6455 s. Eggleston. Lviv a wire the ohm for the Man who does no to Shirley who said the show crowding at Lewis champon 320 members present for the organi is a read Reat described it As w. Englewood ave. Parker 68 h action meeting were mrs. Betty warm it touching funny s. Stewart ave. And Kershaw Wilkins 6458 s. Eggleston mrs. And bursting at the seams with 6450 s. Lowe. E. N. Hanson 2o9 w. 64th St. Gospel mrs. G. J. Boyd 6436 s. Normal acting a to officers Are blvd. Mrs. Mary Higgs 6515 s. The Christmas doll design president mrs. Charles Baker Harvard mrs. Velma l. Harris contest being sponsored by wigs 6437 s. Normal blvd. Vice presi 6432 s. Eggleston and internationale will be dec. 20th Dent mrs. Tariena Wilkins 6408 Mae Mcdonald. 6566 s. Ross ave. At 53 a Walton at 5 30 . Champagne and a Buffet style organizing oi1 my or was luncheon Are part of the program. Central Council president mrs. Immediately after the judging All Charles Corbett 7658 s. Oglesby. Dous in the contest will be presented to salvation army Christ s. Eggleston treasurer Willie Reynolds 6448 s. Normal blvd. For the Best heating Oil and Burner service in town Call to 4-2927 24 hrs. Service Chatham fuel Oil co. Negro owned and operated 705j East 75th St. Plan Gary service Al for mrs. Johnson a memorial service for mrs. Mamie Johnson Mother of an area resident will be held sunday dec. 22, at la . At mount Moriah Baptist Church. 735 e. 20th St., Gary ind. Mrs. Johnson was the Mother com my tee of mrs. Mildred Pettiford 7239 s. Children s Mas workers who will in turn present the dolls to Little girls who would otherwise find no doll under their tree this year. After a a Holiday crush Mike Tom and Ron of wigs internationale will have other affairs of interest to our Public. A mrs. P. F. Randolph of 7214 Wabash has been named to a endorsing the Illinois Home and Aid Socie tended an to attend the service. When you need a loan to buy a Home Calumet ave., a professional it a s 80th annual Xmas stocking manicurist. Mrs. Pettiford has of the traditional a Little red invitation to her friends stocking will be mailed this week to local residents urging r them to share their Xmas Happi Ness with boys and girls who have i lost their Homes. I contributions to this Effort pro vide Christmas presents and year i around care for nearly 500 Chil i Dren for w Hom the Agency is re i Spon sible. Established in 1883 the j society is privately supported and cares fur children of All races and i religions. See Chesterfield for the Best terms everything 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 i Park Manor ii j lady aids Yule drive now paying 41% on All savings accounts done to let this get around but one of Santa a biggest helpers is Howard clothes. Matter of fact Howard a line of gifts goes from elegant and luxurious to most practical and very inexpensive. Here Are just a few things that Are sure to be under some very merry Christmas Trees. Hours mon., fri., 9 to 4 30 tues., thurs. 9-8 sat. 9-12. Closed wed. Above to smoking jacket solid color red Corduroy. Fully lined and trimmed in Black Satin. Shawl Collar wrap around Sash cuffs. $15.95. Chesterfield Federal savings and loan association 8300 College Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois phones or tangle 49300 sport shirts a the favored and famous authentic Ivy Button Down sport shirts. Woven Cotton Oxford in muted striping of Blue red Gold Oliver Only $4.98. B very new the very masculine shirt Jac. Spread Collar Multi color panels fitted Back. Black with panel Grey red White red with panel Black Grey White Blue with panel Black Blue White at $3.98. A Park Manor woman has been i named to a committee endorsing the Illinois children a Home and Aid society a 80th annual Christ Mas stocking Appeal. She is mrs. P. F. Randolph 7214 s. Wabash ave. The traditional a Little red stockings will be mailed this week urging local residents to share their Christmas happiness with boys and girls who have lost their own Homes. Contributions to the Christmas stocking Appeal provide Christmas presents and year a round care for nearly 500 children for i whom the Illinois children a Home i and Aid society is responsible. I one of the oldest and largest a child welfare agencies in the i state the Illinois children a Home and Aid society provides adoption placement service Foster family care residential treat-1 ment for youngsters with serious i emotional problems and counselling help for children and families. I established in 1883, the society is a privately supported and cares for a children of All races and religions. Or ,1 dress shirts c Semi spread Collar luxurious imported 2x2 Pima Cotton. French cuffs�?white�?$3.98. 3/11. 75. D smartly Woven Cotton Oxford stripes a authentic Ivy Button Down Collar Plaquet sleeves striping of Blue Grey Burgundy �?$3.98. 3/$11.75. Also available in White Blue Maize Pink. E sophisticated Tab Collar Woven shirting stripes Blue Grey red. Also available in White Blue and Corn. $3.98. 3/$11.75. We will repair any . Set you bring into our shop for Only. Yes Only 16.9 limited time Only includes All parts amp labor except picture tube sweaters f casual link stitch Cardigan �?100% orlon with contrasting vertical striping in graduating Width. Colors Black red Blue Gold beige Green priced at $9.98. So a Al. G 100% Fine Lambswool Cardigan with pockets a classic look of soft elegance in charcoal Light Grey Camel. So a Al and Only $9.98. Radio to parts and service discount stores 8640 s. Cottage Grove e phone to 3-6600 hours la .-9 . Saturday 10-6 sunday 11-3

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