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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 17, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Spectrum of health studied at confab with perhaps your doctor will not a problems keeping regular office hours rom february 27 through March 2 because 4000 Physi-., a a a a a air a a _ j i be the annual Grubbe lecture clans from Chicago and several Nef ichor he pmj1 a a a conference highlight will radio Iso will enjoy the program. It is also an outstanding example of Chicago a leadership As the worlds medical established by Emil h. Grubbe. M d., a Pioneer in xray work Cal practices to participate in in the Chical a area having end a i i dared Over 90 operations during neighbouring states will take time out from their Busy M.D. the 22nd annual clinical conf a it nce of the Chicago medical society being held at the Palmer House. Parking in Snow can be problem his life time on his hands and face due to x Ray Burn. Doctor Grubbe has been termed a Martyr sacrificed to Progress the four Day program will in radiologic science include the presentation of a a is year s lecture will be by Oad spectrum of health prob slivered by Eugene p. Pen no Lams including sym Posia on grass. M a. Emerita. Proi arse drug reactions Gen Fessor 0 research disorders and sex Educa University of Pennsylvania and As usual he has brought school of Medicine. His topic is More of a Aamy old a some considerations concern s1n0,? Street and a i Zor suck highways and pave Winter is Here peek a boo tip in and the physical. Examples of specific lectures include a drugs and the new ing cancer of the a the president of the Chicago and the physician and a kid medical society Noe g Shaw Ney transplantation. M.d., states a the annual Clin thursday feb. 17, 19665 the bulletin bad Battery can cause unnecessary car woes the automobile Battery the i which indicates the condition of heart of a cards ignition and your Battery. Starting system requires regular care to insure efficient starting during Winter months according to the Chicago motor club. For this reason car owners Are urged to have their Bat teries inspected at least once 4. Corrosion around the Battery terminals is a common cause of resistance to the flow of Battery current. Use sandpaper to clean Battery terminal posts at least three times a year. 5. Check your Volage Regula each month and for maximum Tor for Battery overcharging Battery efficiency the motor an overcharged Battery will club suggests the following buckle its cover and the sides checklist will bulge. Your Battery is i. Water and electro byte should cover Battery plates at color television of medical subjects will be broadcast from ical conference is the largest regional clinical meeting in the West suburban Hospital and country. It gives physicians in will feature clinics on such top a the Chicago area and neighbor is As a should my Cross eyed ing states the Opportunity to child have surgery a a my keep abreast of the rapid baby swallowed Poison what i changes occurring in Medicine should i a a the pills and and surgery. Your own doctor ments. Luckily the Chicago motor club offers the following suggestions to All motorists who live within the bulletin area so As to help them pulling in and getting out of Snow clogged parking places. Top cop issues warnings on persons posing As policemen new Post i All times. 2. Your Battery must be charged to avoid freezing in acid weather. 3. Have your Battery Hydro have to add More than two Juncos of water a month. 8. When you take your car for a lubrication have the service Man clean the Battery Case and vented breather Caps. Dirt and corrosion around the superintendent o. W. Wilson today warned Chicago citizens to beware of persons who pose negro history club prexy lectures at St. Edmunds the episcopal men and boy Frank London Brown history of St. Edmunds episcopal Church 6105 Michigan featured a guest speaker following the holy communion last sunday february 6, at 8 15 . In the churches Parish Hall. Frank Petty a Public school teacher and president of the club spoke on negro history. The affair sponsored by the episcopal men of St. Edmunds headed by Samuel r. Berry William m. Jones jr., Walter t. Blanks William h. Finch and or. Leonard Burroughs. I. Whenever possible Back As a it cers of us enforce mint he 7-9431 he 7-9841 pm to Tabu v 856 w. 63rd St. In the heart of Englewood a to serve you a Otis Sarah a Juanita and Ray Billy Taylor prop. Ray Burgo mgr. Also relax in the unique atmosphere of the Black Orchid 443 w. 59th Street you la Haye fun galore out of a parking space in your own tracks. 2. Do not turn your wheels sharply either in backing out or pulling Forward in heavy Snow. 3. Make sure your transmission is in Low gear. Rapid acceleration in a High gear will More than Likely result Only in spinning wheels and no Forward Progress. 4. For better traction in Snow or on icy pavements throw a paid of old skid chains beneath your rear wheels before attempting to pull out. If you not have any skid chains available a bucket of cinders or any abrasive that will provide Good traction would also be of value. 5. In the evening not Park in the same area in which you were stuck in the morning without first thoroughly salting or sanding the space. Agencies. The superintendent commenting on the subject at a tuesday morning press conference said too men who posed As police officers were arrested by Chicago police in the period Between june 1964 and december 30, 1965. Some wearing uniforms similar to those of Chicago police were arrested for shaking Down traffic violators for bribes. Some in full uniform solicited gifts from homeowners for the a police others robbed and raped women victims after invading their victims Homes after posing As police officers. Still others posing As Fri agents flashed phony police stars and told their victims they had counterfeit Money in their Possession and had to confiscate it thus a a conning them out of Large sums of Money most of the time the victims life savings. Superintendent Wilson emphasized a before admitting any Stran Ger who claims to be a Chicago police officer or any Law enforcement officer a into your Home demand to see and Check his identification. All Chicago police officers carry an identification card for the year. The color of the card is White with a Green Border. The 1966 imprint and police Emblem on the card Are in Green. The card contains the officers photograph and vital statistics such As his Date of birth weight height color of hair and eyes and his signature. A in addition if the policeman is in plainclothes dress detectives task Force officers undercover men Etc they Are required to carry their police Star. Check the Star and be sure it is authentic. Sam j. Dennis. 439 e. 80 has resigned As assistant director meter tested about every 1.000 bakery hamper its efficiency Miles. 7. Slow City driving with the hydrometer measures i lights radio and Heater in use the strength of Battery acids can a lot to weaken a Battery. If most of your driving is in the City use an approved Battery Charger for Home use to keep your Battery fully charged. Excellent food spurs expansion due to the magnificent re for Community services of j a a Thom the Catholic interracial Council Chicken 863 e 63rd the of Chicago to join the staff of 1 restaurant has extended our the Community relations services for the convenience of apartment of the . Confer i our wonderful customers. Ence of mayors. He will work out of the conferences head quarters in Washington. Dc., beginning monday february 28, 1966. Now Woodlawn has Thomas Chicken House no. 2, located at 1376 e. 63rd St. We have a larger selection of hot and cold sandwiches. Both Dennis has made a great restaurants Are open 7 Days a contribution to c1c and will be prompt delivery Normal 7-8107 Butterfield 8-6818 on All brands of ice cold Beers liquors wines a soft drinks free ice with orders Hyde Park liquors amp tap room 1352 East 63rd Street sorely missed said John a. Mcdermott cd cd a executive director. A the is militant in the cause of Justice but he has also risen above bitterness. He has been an articulate and personable Champion in the cause of racial Justice for thousands of chicagoan negro and White Catholic and non Catho lick. Week from 10 00 . To 2 00 . Week Days to 4 00 . Saturdays. Eta formerly club Dellsa 5521-23 s. State opening Friday february 18th 3 Days Only Little Milton his band amp his revue reservations 684-3020 attendant parking we now deliver Call my 4-4436 or my 4-0800 keep this and near your Telephone Zebra lounge and liquor store 1346-48 East 63rd Street cold cuts sandwiches milk Richards Barb que special this week Only rib tips .,.$1.00 Small end. .$1.45 Center or age. $1.35 whole slab. .$2.25 421 e. 61 St St. I meet Yolk Prien Dichard Younge amp liquor All a drinks package goods amp cold Beer phone 288-9362 233 Street Alto visit Richards Barb que number 2 231 i. Als Street Mil by a. N it a Mil a Rny in Sre in a Itz gone in . Choice at . . Choice Corn King sliced Bacon armours Star Snow White chitterling m la _ pail �?T269 y Agars kit tilings government inspected. Whole not Frozen frying chickens legs or breast Domino pure Cane sugar a Maxwell House Coffee la can with any Purchase Sav a Day Spray starch 69c Valley Gem Sweet peas can Simonize floor Wax Kraft Macaroni dinner special can red Label rout t _ Flo us Box Vito a farm fresh frying chickens Frish beep oxtail a Obliss Rump roast 9 inst 0 eat j 4735 sooth partway la in did m Lair Imaal fancy government inspected fryers lbs fresh pork sausage polish 2 la i sausage 0/4 1 no by All meat o i 1 Bologna lbs Turkey neck fresh Chicken / i a i in lbs i livers certified 699 noodles a Quot Contadino Toff loto Post q com a St Coupon values 5 Heinz vinegar pm. Bottle Coupon expires feb. 28 Coupon Good Only at Vito a i req. Price 23d bottle w a the this Coupon _ charming toilet tissue ski in a Sago Rolls Kraft grape Jelly 3 jars j Quot red Label tomatoes amp Sweet peas Oji q i Chicken necks Mitnit steaks 18 i Kern. U i 19 Dio Lait 63rd Street is int 63rd Street Sio it to Street 4735 sort Fatwa we redeem Federal food Stamps . #1 red or White potatoes 10il fancy dry Anions

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