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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 7, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Up of by Anne Tyson Vav we Vav a though we have just j partner seen Chicago s storm in history land annual shaping up awl vow in the architects worst Snow the Chicago Flower show is the Date is March la thru the 19th, at the amphitheatre. The Chicago horticultural society is sponsor of the exhibit and i. A. Colburn a trustee is president of the Flower show corporation. Yes. We had some of the City s finest speakers on hand at the Quot Salute to Bob Miller Quot cocktail party it the Queen of the sea 7611 Stony Island Avenue. But the Over flow of guests were having so much fun chatting sipping and eating plus enjoying the swinging music of the Lonnie Simmons Trio that mrs. William Galloway committee woman for the 6th Ward strikingly attired Quot in her favorite color Black decided w4 would save the Good speaking until another Date. Dimpled mrs. Barbara Jones chairman of the hostesses committee wearing a red two piece pleated dress was kept Busy with her committee. Mrs. Charles Montgomery and mrs. Charles Brooks registered the crowd. But on the serious Side of things we already know Bob Millers service to not Only the 6th Ward but to the City of Chicago itself Ai our Alderman. Have you Ever picked up the phone and called his office for service i suggest you do we know How he has helped charities civic and religious groups and his wife is Ever Active in her Church plus Bob is a successful businessman and a Happy family Man. A exhibit chairman mrs. Emory Williams was pleased with the financial response when the special showing of the Vincent Price collection of Fine arts Mas held wednesday at Christ Church. The Art included and offered sketches lithographs oils and water colors for Sale. A contribution of rummage also Mas asked for tile shop. # two residents of the bulletin area were elected to the Board of trustees of provident Hospital and training school. They Are Norman g. Kerr jr., ph.d., residing at 8237 South Michigan Avenue and John w. Moutoussamy 361 East 89th place who is a in engineering firm of Dubin Black and Moutoussamy. Clyde Reynolds is executive director of provident Hospital. I have read and listened quite abit about the new York congressman Adam Clayton Powell. One of the articles that impressed my most was a Sameri Ca is a strange and unpredictable land. The action of his fellow congressmen Mere unwise As Moll As dangerous because the american negro voters arc asking what Chance they have of becoming an effective part of the american Power Structure. Tho presence of Edward Brooke in the Senate is a hopeful sign but the exclusion of congressman Powell cancelled out that sign and raises doubts in the minds of Many negroes who have never cared for his character or moods or style but care about him now As a victim. Personally i think president Johnson could have stopped the whole thing. Chairmanship of the a acpt a 1967 Tea. In 1963, she was general chairman and the Tea was recorded As one of the most successful financial efforts. Yes Margaret i shall be glad to attend some of your meetings. The planned cocktail party sponsored by the citizens committee for the prominent and wealthy realtor Leslie n. Bland democratic organization candidate for Alderman of the 8th Ward was postponed because of the weather from january 29th to february 1? at vinzants 936 East 87th Street from 4 to 7 . 2tuesday, feb. 7,1967 the bulletin begin lenten lectures feb. Sat Crerar Church proposing to offer a new perspective on the relation to Man and god a series of six lectures will be Given during the lenten season at Crerar memorial presbyterian Church 8100 Calumet beginning with the first lecture on Ash wednesday feb. 8. The series will continue on successive wednesday nights thereafter feb. 15-22, March i 8, and 15, beginning at 8 pm. A a boy a club c former area nun in Golden jubilee1 theme of the series is Quot a new shape of Faith in an exploding world a which will be presented by or. Thomas d. Parker of Mccormick theological Seminary. The series will cover Layman theology the meaning of Faith and relevance of the Bible to the secular world. Special reference will also be made to the a death of god concept and the new morality to Christian ethics. A far from the smoke filled room As one critic put it is the gorgeous intimate nit club of Lurlean s on 75th Street. We were Lucky enough to catch Lurlean herself be she knew me right away and was she fabulous wearing a Long Black column designed gown with an out of sight Tuxcedo front Gold jacket and did she sing. The place was jumping with live music and of Sootoo Beautiful. Mrs. Fred j. Smith called and during our Little visit on the phone she informed me of her i had lunch and a very interesting conversation with William Bill cousins attorney at Law the other Day. Bill is also running As an Independent for Alderman in the 8th Ward. Jealous jealous jealous. A card from or. And mrs. Lowell Zollar vacationing in Miami Beach Quot stopping at the lavish Deauville hotel really enjoying this Quot fun in the Sun City Quot. Bought a Gold lame Bikini so i can get like All the rest leaving tomorrow for the my my my during the bachelors and Benedicts annual formal the vice president accepted a life membership plaque for the organization from Edward Mcclellan the Chicago Branch a acpt a executive director. Among the eight employees of the Washington Park Myca honoured for 5 years or More of service was mrs. Elsie Hud Yseth Young of 8010 South Langley. To celebrate its 29th year of serving the Community during which time it has provided Hope inspiration and varied instruction to hundreds of youngsters the Woodlawn boys club recently held its annual Dinnar at the Windermere hotel 56th and South Shore. Dur ing the dinner judge George n. Leighton was Given an award for his efforts in teaching chess to the boys at the club. From left Are mayor Richard j. Daley judge Leighton Daniel Swope club director and Richard b. Truit president emeritus. Churches set lenten services after having delivered 50,000 babies during her 40 years supervisor of the obstetrical department of St. Bernard Hospital 6337 Harvard sister m. Ellen Griffin r.h.s.j., now retired recently celebrated her Golden Jubilee in the religious life dec. 3 in Ontario Canada. I by Edith Thompson Frost forms a milk chains in record Snow storm Ash wednesday feb. 8, marking the opening of the traditional 40 Days of Lent leading to easter March 26, will be observed with the distribution of ashes in All Catholic churches and special services in Many of the protestant churches in the area. Used for february in the lenten series at South Shore presbyterian Are judge George a. Rooney a the Legal trials of Christ a feb. 15 and Bill Neal a the work of Firman neighbourhood House a feb. 22. This year Marks an unusually Early Ash wednesday since the Date is determined by the Early easter. Easter Falls on the first sunday after the first full Moon following the Spring Equinox March 21. This was set Many centuries ago so that pilgrims could travel by Bright Moonlight in the Cool of the night to Jerusalem the Mediterranean countries always being hot during the Day. Gustavus Adolphus lutheran Church 7426 s. Drexel ave., with the Rev. Gerald Molgren As pastor will open its lenten mid week series Ash wednesday at 8 . When holy communion will be offered. Look at god in View of the Radical a death of god theology a in lenten mid week service series opening Ash wednesday at 8 . Or. Thomas d. Parker of Mccormick theological Seminary will present the series on the theme a a new shape of Faith in an exploding restorations copies of 4 f \ family / j pictures expert photographers since 1890 Dodge Hepburn studios 6550 s. Hoisted Street we it maw Personalise Ham Mil Duke s Salon co Pihur me Iain in to kiting pm tags Sty i inf 212 1.71a St. St 3-s912 parents View negro exhibit at it a meet giving parents an exp tended Opportunity to View a negro exhibit which was on Dis-1 play Iii the school Library the 1 fat shifted its regular monthly meeting to monday Jan. 23, at j Dixon elementary school 8306 St. Lawrence. Mrs june Finch 8215 St. Lawrence a teacher at Dixon was the guest speaker who spoke about the a Madison a which is an enrichment program to tilt Basic mathematics Yipu or icel i in being taught in the Public elementary schools she a demonstrated How the program worked and explained the beneficial aspect of its adoption to the current curriculum in the sch Lutu. Mrs. Ha7el Magee 8225 St. Lawrence program chairman. Encouraged parents of Dixon students to become More involve in th6 enrichment pro Gram refreshments were served lifter the meeting. Charles Keenan is principal Olathe school. Last week s crippling Snow storm hit the three far South communities of Maple Park. Princeton Park and Morgan Park in the Well known a breadbasket a with a real hunger Wallop. Following a Twenty three Inch plus Snow fall residents in these 21st Ward communities were forced to Send out an sos for a replenishment of their retail stores milk supplies which had been totally depleted by i Community a Stock up the urgent need to provide this Basic Staple for the More than 30,000 children of these communities was reported to 21st Ward Aldermani candidate Wilson Frost. Deeply concerned with the welfare of the Community As Well As its younger residents the candidate immediately set up planning sessions with area residents As Well As democratic precinct captains. As a result Over the Stormy week end some 50,000 quarts of milk were made available at retail costs to thousands of families isolated by the storm. Playing a leading part in the hastily drawn plans was 21st Ward committeeman Joseph Robichaux who is also assistant to Wanzer Dairy a president. It was through Robi Chaux a efforts that the quantities of milk were quickly consigned for delivery. Frost matched Robichaux a efforts in arranging vital transportation from the Dairy to the distribution Points within the three snowbound communities. One 21st Ward resident James Crossley whose pick by truck carried most of the milk and whose Home was used As a gathering Point for other workers said of Frost a the saw that something had to be done for the people and he did other a an gels in the Maple Park area included Arthur Davis and Wilfred Banks while in Princeton Park Clarence Woodson spearheaded a captains committee composed of Harvey Walker Beulah fair Iva Stovall. Vernell nailing Harold Robinson Thomas Vaughn and Robert Dean. Ashes will be distributed in Many of the regular masses throughout feb. 8 in Catholic churches. Each Parish sets its own time for the penitential Observance. Among protestant churches in the area holding Ash wednesday services Many of which Are the first in a series of mid week lenten services arc the following South Shore presbyterian Church. South Shore or. At e. 76th St., will open its wednesday night lenten series feb. 8 at 7 45 . When the Rev. W. David Moffatt pastor Speaks on a the meaning of among guest speakers sched Avalon Park Community Church e. 81st St. And s. Dante ave., with the Rev. Hilmer Grunwald As pastor will offer a series of mid week lenten services on a the worlds great first will be held Ash wednesday at 7 30 . Crerar memorial presbyterian Church e. 81st St. And s. Calumet ave., a will take a new lots i caftan Audi shed a Shade recovered be repair amp a Model lamps lat Arlar Fror ss42 e. 71 at St. My 4-4.141 duty 9 io�?T4t if. 0 to til 9 Rossi s famous pizza pies delivered oven to to phone for delivery or carry out sox of Chicken extra Larga sax 20 Pacat Golden Brown $4.75 a barbecued 50c extra targe Box ii pea$3.75 a barbecued 35c extra a to pea $2.45 a barbecued 25c extra Cole Slaw our own tatty recipe pint 50e a quart 40c a French fria 25c pizza special treats All our pizzas made Frish a baked to order Cha Eta on All fillet per j for 3 per 4 for s Fem. Sausage .1.50 mushroom .1.50 .1.50 .1.50 1.50 .1.50 .1 25. .50 .2.00 .2.00 .2 00 Grein Pepper. Anchovies. Onion or garlic tuna or Olive. Cheese it. Extra ingredient each Pepperoni pizza. Shrimp. Bacon. Seui age mushroom Green Poppert 2 of 200 2 00 200 2 00 2 00 2 00 50 2 50 2 so 2 so 3.00 3.00 3.00 300 300 3.00 2 50 i of 4 00 400 400 400 4.00 4.00 400 4.00 400 3 50 i of 5 00 Soo 5 00 5.00 500 5 of 500 500 5 of 4 of i of 6 of 600 6 00 500 600 7.00 Barb oui ribs 2 25 a Fried Chicken i so barbecued a 10c Exira shrimp dinner 1.10 Pirch dinner i is above dinners served with Cole Slaw French Fries bread do butter Spaghetti a m05tacc0u .90 with meat Bellear Seui age 1-2$ Ravioli a with meat a with meet Baile a Santaga Lee Muth Reem saute a 50c extra a of. Fried Green Pepper a sauce so i la. Shrimp a sauce 2.25 it lh., is i la. Perch a sauce 1.75 a lb., too .60c a Sweet Pepper. 10c extra Coney Island pizza. 2.50 3 00 soft drinks Spumoni 85c it. Canoll 25c each. Sandwiches a beef Seui age or meat Ball. Touted salad garlic drafting35c a Cole slew 35c a French fria 2sc a garlic Breed sic Lait order taken a hour before doting time i open daily 4 . To i a m Fri to Sun. 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