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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 30, 1965, Chicago, Illinois In 400 gallon lots guaranteed High Quality no. 2 and not 3 Charles t. O Brien pharmacist 701 East 79th Street phone 783-0234 Chicago Illinois 60419 Quot your health is our business Quot announcement Here at of Briens pharmacy we have recently installed a modern Taco record system to make available to you at any time a Complete record of your original prescriptions and prescription refills for each year or for any Given period. Under this system your individual record of your prescriptions will be so maintained As to qualify for income tax deduction insurance requirements or for any other purpose under which you May need or desire such a record. For instance if you were to lose or misplace your prescription and had no record of its original prescription number with which to obtain a refill it would be instantly available to you under your individual record. Or your doctor May wish to review the medication you have had Over a previous period of time this too will be instantly available to him from your personal file. A copy of your Complete record will be available to you at any time or at the end of each year and your record for each succeeding year will become a permanent part of your personal file. There is no charge for this services just a request from you and your file will by set up immediately. O Briens pharmacy Charles t. O Brien pharmacist Register now. New classes begin feb. 7, 1966 secretarial ism key punch a bus. Administration typing a shorthand Day evening end saturday classes Cortez w. Peters business College to e. 79th Street he 8-3800 shrimps one la. With sauce $2.00 Perch one la. With sauce $1.50 Fried Chicken full half with Cal Slaw. Branch j Ca Frew Brand and butter. I e3u shrimp a Lari Pirch i a pries Slaw. Braad. Ritter. A 3 Cole Slaw our own tasty i Cit pint 50 988ft 90 personalized hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur Spicia Zunft in cutting styling 212 1.71st St. St 3-8932 the bulletin Booster enjoyed a swinging Christmas party at its Home Southtown offices 730 w. 65, last week. Pictured Here getting in on the goodies Are bulletin Boos ters staff personnel. From left to right they Are Leon r. Forrest feature writer mrs. Helen Davis advertising representative Edward Lerner general manager of the economist Chain of papers and mrs. Jeanette Mckinnis and taker. 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 a Chi Igor a leading Community weekly at the following stands 63rd-Kimbark be Corner a3rd-Eberhart be Corner 63rd-Woodlawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station 63rd-Normal so Corner 63rd-Halsted be Corner 728 w. 65th St. Southtown 71st-South Park new Corner 74th-Halsted be Corner 75th-Vincennes new Corner 79th-Prairie be Corner 83rd-cottage new Corner 1716 e. 79th Southeast 87th-cottage new Corner 87th-Langley new Corner 87th-South Park new Corner 75th-cottage new Corner 79th-Langley so Corner 81st-South Park be Corner 65th-cottage be Corner 59th-state Springer drugs 8201 Ellis drug store 63rd-cottage be Corner 95th-Lafayette new Corner 639 e. 71st office 79th-Vincennes so Corner Lucky readers i nit week s winners of Lucky Reader merchandise certificates Are Doris Evans 7740 s. Vernon ave. Martha King 7359 s. Harvard St. Henderson Carter 7341 South Park three $5.00 merchandise certificates ire awarded each week to Lucky readers of the bulletin. The Lucky readers award must be claimed at the bulletin office 639 East 71st St. Before the next Date of publication. To guarantee delivery of the bulletin to your Home or place of business pay your Carrier boy the Low 25c monthly delivery charge. Complaint service if you Tail to receive your paper thursday Call St 3-1040 giving your current receipt number name and address for guaranteed delivery. Thursley dec. 30, t965 the bulletin exams for next month . Schedules clerk by Anne Tyson in spit of the a the the first Benefit of the area com Mittee of planned parenthood had a wonderful Success. More than 200 guests filled the Large lobby of the Center for continuing education 1307 e. 60th St., for cocktails and adjourned to the main dining room for dinner and entertainment at the Benefit. The co chairman mrs. Earl e. Strayhorn discovered that the busiest centers were located on the Southside but the Southside had never had a fund raising drive. So mrs. Strayhorn got Busy and organized a Cornin Ute and successfully planned a Benefit. But this is just the beginning says mrs. Strayhorn because Quot planned parenthood must rely heavily on individual donations to finance its program and the association has helped Many ladies in this area to plan their families. Or. Robert s. Stepto talked briefly about the service which planned parenthood provides to the Community. Mrs. Donna shavers of the . Staff told of Tho need for Volunteer help. Others present were or. And mrs. Edwin c. Bar by or. And mrs. Robert g. Page or. T. K. Lawless and the Rev. And mrs. Isaac Macdonald. Next week i should have a full release on the reception or. And mrs. Marco killings gave in their Home in Honor of her son dewy r. Jones who has just been admitted to the bar. The family received Over 200 guests sunday afternoon. Since your social whirl was ill and could not attend i will have to wait for a release. Yas and i missed Kin Washington when he was in town while he was Here. Or. And mrs. Harry Smith welcomed the royalties and Thair friends in their Home for Tho annual yuletide party Tho Louis goons the Gilbert Longs and the Prince spencers were Soma of Tho guests. Kin was visiting from California. Well in one of my recent columns i made a few off the Wall suggestions and one of them was California. Well mrs. G. Sylvester you know her As a a Willa a hats. There is a precious new grand baby out there too anyway lets Hope she has time to take a boat and have a close look at the Gray whales migrating from the Arctic to Baja California. A a a Havo you tried Tho Quot african look Quot this is an exclusive shop on East 55th St. They have custom made garments with an african flavor jewelry Ebony carvings Acca Sorias and imports from Africa very interesting re say. Or. And mrs. A. M. Mercer held open House in their House to Honor mrs. Rachel Riddley who currently serves As director of the Englewood Urban Progress Center under the Chicago committee on Urban opportunities. Over 125 guests attended the affair to Honor her. To mention few of the guests the John h. Song Stackes or. And mrs. Ozel Green mrs. Thelma Jackson and or. And mrs. Marciniak. So we have a Rose bowl Queen Clarece English daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence o. English was chosen for the regal Honor from among 12 candidates during a Coronation Ball in the International hotel Quot a world of culture Quot depicting contributions to the musical arts. The committee was founded by mrs. Gertrude Matson Mother of football Star Oil Matson. Happy new year. Mayfair Cadamy Junior members of the Mayfair Ballet company 1025 e. 79th St., perform in Quot the Nutcracker Quot at the aria Crown theater Mccormick place december 26, through january 2, 1966. At left Lynette Hawkes 206 w. 93rd St., Phoebe Redmond 9909 Michigan la and Jenifer Phillips 7517 Cornell la left were the Lucky Young dancers who were selected in an audition of Over 500 children from almost every dance school in the entire City and suburbs. Out of these auditions forty children were personally selected by miss Ruth Page choreographer for Quot the Nutcracker Quot to perform in one of the most lavish Ballet productions to be presented in our City. Mayfair sent Only six children to the auditions of this six three were picked so this makes us believe that we have a pretty Good batting oops we mean dancing average which proves that regardless of what ethnic group a child is raised with the proper training motivation and Opportunity they that can successfully compete and qualify in a y Field and become an integral part of our society the management of Mccormick piece Hee announced plans to present Quot the Nutcracker Quot annually As a Christmas gift to All the children of the Chicago area. South Shore College adds second semester studies postmaster Harry h. Sem Row announced today that beginning january 4, 1966 and continuing until further notice applications will be accepted for the next written test for clerk or Carrier positions with the Chicago Post office. There Are Many substitute clerk vacancies to be filled with assignments to be made in the main Post office building. Van Buren and canal streets and also at the postal installation located at the of Harc International Airport. The substitute Carrier positions to be filled Are at various delivery stations throughout the Chicago area. The starting salary for these positions is $2.57 per hour. Annual increases Are Given. Post office employment is an important Public service which offers Job Security. Other important advantages Are regular salary increases 13 to 26 Days vacation per year 13 Days sick leave which is accumulative uniform allowances Cash incentive awards Low rate life insurance maximum health Benefit plans and a Liberal retirement system. There is no maximum age limit for these positions there is a minimum age limit of 18, however the minimum age requirement is waived for High school graduates. They May be appointed when they reach their 16th birthday provided local child labor Laws permit. Ered for appointment ahead of those who file later. A copy of announcement ch-76-1 66which gives full particulars May be obtained at the office of the Board of u. S. Civil service examiners room 312, main Post office building 433 w. Van Buren or any Post office station located in Chicago. _ Farewell. Continued from Page i strings Are like living eyes blinking merrily nodding the tree now in Scarlet now Turquoise Gold and a merry Fountain of winking dancing hues. It is time to hush their Bright clamor time to silence and Darken their Gay reign. Come now unplug them. Just a touch of the hand. And As you reluctantly reach out you bid the tree Good by Quot its been wonderful Hasni to it Why its the very Best Christmas we be Ever had a baskets of cheer the 17th Ward was All a go go december 23. Generosity and Sweet yuletide spirit made the charitable activities a Rich Shannon 7465 Vincennes and mrs. Alice Mccleverty 6440 Emerald Check out a Christmas toy with Little Gregory Skinner 7219 Perry. Xmas Seal drive gets unprecedented response while Snow flurries last week Ferris White jr., Campaign chairman for Chicago and Cook county said this week. Insured a Quot White Christmas for the area a flurry of contributions to Christmas seals has insured a healthier new year for everyone in Chicago and the suburbs. Quot with an unprecedented $60,-000 response to do it Day appeals december 14, we have surged Way Over the three fourths Mark in our drive a h. The second semester of classes at South Shore evening College will open on january 4 and 5, 1966. Classes will begin january la and 12. The first semester saw a registration of 230 students. Burton Mendelson the director of this program expects a higher registration. In anticipation of this increased interest several courses have been added. New courses Are effective Oral communication income tax planning the modern Community problems and Promise the negro in America the new mathematics and practical investing. Some courses will meet on tuesday e venings and some on wednesday evenings instead of All on wednesday As was the Case last semester. Mandelson says the South Ana University and has taught at Syracuse University. Teaching income tax planning will be Dan Mason. Or. Mason is a practising tax attorney and received his . Degree from Northwestern University. Julian Klugman executive director of the South Shore commission will teach the modern Urban Community problems and Promise. Klugman is an ., committee on human development University of Chicago. Henry Simmons will teach the negro in America. Simmons has a masters degree in american history from Miami University Oxford and is currently working towards his . From the University of Chicago. He new math will be taught As classroom space is limited. Registration will take place on january 4 and 5, 1066, in room 304 of the South Shore High school building 7627 Constance Chicago. Anyone desiring further information May Contact Mendelson at re. 1-0281, Extension 42. Shore evening College Macula by Ralph Mansfield Mansfield rijll.0t.in Quot our goal of $925,000 is now within reach a White said. Quot so far $701,844. Has been contributed. A if this rate of increase in the Campaign continues we will set a record for contributions this year a he concluded. The tuberculosis Institute of Chicago and Cook county the Christmas Seal Agency fights to and respiratory diseases in the area through free Chest a rays education research and tuberculin testing for school children. White urged Chicago and suburban residents who have not Given to Quot take the time during this Busy Holiday season for an investment in the health and happiness of ourselves and our is tops in training experience and enthusiasm. Teaching the classes in Art workshop Are George Markwart and Lawrence Shrago. The course guide to music will be taught by mrs. Pamela Sokolak. Mrs. Sokolak plays the Harp and received her masters of music degree on that instrument from the Cleveland Institute of music. She is currently the principle harpist in the Kalamazoo symphony orchestra. The husband and wife team of Earle and Marvita Eley will be teaching dynamic Reading and creative writing. A speech therapist for the Chicago Public High school system Donn Bailey will teach effective Oral communication. Baily received the Degree in speech pathology from Indi Delasalle sets registration Days registration for in coming freshman september 1966 will be held at de la Salle Institute 3455 s. Wabash on saturday january 8, at 9 . Courses offered for the fall term Are honors course Colie g e preparatory business course technical course and general course. For further information Call i 2-7355. Persons interested in career appointments with the Chicago Post office and who Are available to accept an offer of employment within the next 30 Days should file their application for examination before january 12, 1966. These applicants will be scheduled for examination and May be consid is chairman of the department of mathematics at Wright Junior College. The two instructors in personal typing Are Lilly Morrison and Katherine Howard. Mrs. Morrison holds the Degree in business education from Northwestern University. Mrs. Howard has her masters degree and recently by the invitation of the government of Nigeria headed the College of secretarial studies at the University of Nigeria at Nukka. Charles Evans an In English from new York University will teach theatre workshop. Evans has previously taught at Columbia University Loyola University and Chicago teachers College and is currently on the staff at Dunbar High school in Chicago. Mendelson suggests that people come Early for registration Rossi s pizza a oui pizzas am Madi Frish a Baho to orm i do not Maki Frohn pizzas a a i m in sausage $1.0# $4.00 mushroom 2.00 1.00 4.00 Grein Feffer 2.00 2.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 it it it 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.s0 Sjo extra Lagreid edits to 1.00 1.00 Feffe Roni pizza 2.10 4.00 1.00 shrimp pizza 2.10 4.00 Sjo Coney Island Sjo Sjo 4.00 doll Rord to to of Cerf 2se from 1023 l 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Pm. 4 Sot. 4 p. Ai. To 3 . Sunday 2 to. To 2 . Chicken ones a car Ltd Ait Sci Uisu i 2.25 20 pieces to rex__4.7l 14 pieces to Box 3.7s to pieces to Rex is who Cole slew prank resell pries order i thanking those who have Given White asserted a once again the generosity and concern of people in the Chicago and Cook county area have been proven by the remarkable response we have received in the last few the tuberculosis Institute cooperates with All official health agencies in Chicago and the suburbs toward the eradication of to

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