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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 24, 1963, Chicago, Illinois It the bulletin thursday january 24, 1963 Speaks today the Rev. A. R Howard. Jf.,. 0ver radio Ita fint Watn governmental faints pastor of Harl la methodist on time to reflect a a Riel an a to a Church 6229 s Langley ave. Of inspirational message Oft be ii cd v/1 will be heard today at 11-55 half of All faiths. Chicagoan int i a fed in learn hold or Nares m voting graduate permit to Ivi a v to a a chicagoan interested in learn ing he fact behind he vital issues fact Yilit Ibi government will have an unprecedented of Rel port unit y of do so when vat to i �1cv 1 Channel 11 telecasts Ornaf a cd a it decisions 1xw�? an eight-Ppo-1 american tag company v v ram National educational Tele was riven permission tuesday a \ feh Ruaro 4 a would you ask a Milkman to deliver your letters it t usually very easy to know who specialities in the service you want. But when it conies to saving and borrowing to buy a Home do you know who is the specialist we Are savings accounts and Home Loans Are our Only business we re the ones to see. I now paying 41% on All savings accounts Sion series seen from 8 30 to 0 Jehu old a portion of a Burnt 4 mondays he gifting out building at 6200-20 s. Wabash ave. At earlier hearings a Rehfelt in native of the Chicago housing authority told the Board that the authority would object if permission was Given to accommodate a garage for the yellow cab co. Before the building burned Down it had been used As a cab garage. Edmund Sadowski. Representing the housing authority said he would strongly protest such a use. A the Cha has a housing development immediately across the Street with a sizable parking lot. The cabs pulling in and out of the garage created a Hazard. Quot under present zoning the building could again be put to such a use. However representatives of the company said no plans had been made As to who the tenant would be. Rossius pizza a i a i Ruji Immiti Yam a i Chesterfield Federal savings mme a loan and axiom .8300 collage Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois phone Triangle 49300 sri i Ltd a All our pizzas arc made fresh i baked to order sausage $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 of then Pepper 2.00 3.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 Vilt rvs 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.s0 3.s0 extra Ingr tent .50 t.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.s0 4.00 $.00 shrimp pizza 2.s0 4.00 $.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 $.00 delivered to you hot from 10231.79th Phon St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. It Sot. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Attending tie 2nd annual Progress report dinner meeting last saturday sponsored by the Halsted Morgan com thinly association Are from left mrs. A. J. Cole 6629 s. Green St. Member of fee Green Street association mrs. Willie Aldridge 6118 s. Peoria St., of the 64th amp Peoria Hlozek Eluh mrs. Raymond Duncan 6341 s. Morgan St., of the c amp m improvement association mrs. L. Sydnor 6137 s. Green St., member of lie Halsted Morgan association Ami mrs. Emma Green 6431 s. Peoria St., Secretary of the halted Morgan association and mistress of ceremonies at the dinner affair which Freij lured a special recognition of Block club presidents. Urge Unity among Englewood Block clubs Chicken boxes 20 pieces 1� bet�?-4.75 10 pieces in bos�?2.4$ French pries. Order25 coi Slaw oar own to Sty a Dpi flit 50c quart 90c Barb of baby Back ribs with cd it Stow French Frisi Irsfeld and Itter. 2.25 braved a freezing Snow storm to attend the meeting held in St. Stephens Parish Hall 65th St. I pried Chicken with cels Slaw frs Neh % a frus Brose �?4 i a shrimp or Uuk Pirch Frist slow i Sarf amp butter. Unity among Block clubs in Englewood was urged last saturday night in the 2nd annual Progress report dinner meeting land s. Peoria St. Of Block clubs sponsored by the Halsted Morgan Community association. Henry p. Wilson 6508 s. Sangamon St., president of the Halsted Morgan Community Assoc area and citywide organizations 93 at Englewood n some a3 graduates of the Englewood High evening school 6201 s. Stewart ave., were awarded diplomas at the 80th commencement exercises at the school. Speaker for the exercises was Willoughby Abner National vice president of the negro american labor Council and director committee on political education of the United Auto workers other participants were lath it Rop c. Burgin class president and salutatorian Sylvia Daniels valedictorian musical select tons by Betty Mcmichael and Polly Jones accompanied by Clyde Winkfield administrative assistant. Other officers of the graduate ing class include Donald till Man. Vice president Mabel a Black Secretary and Ruth a White treasurer. Those awarded diploma were Asendio Sharyl j. Barnes mar Yarotta Black Mabel e. Blyt Bessie Budges Marjorie Ann Bryn ant face Tina Burgin lath Roji g. Cute. Franklin d Daniels Sylvia. Davis. Toys sell. Diggs. Or Coy Downey. Charles Edwards Georgia. Foster Elizabeth c. Old wire. Willolo. Hagan. Beatrice Harris. Herbert Harris Shirley Henderson Golden g. Higginbothom William Hill Ines Hines Helen Hunter Dwight e. Hunter will Johnson Minnie e. Kimmons Katheiina t Langham Charles m. Lindsey. Katie Mae love Grant love. John h Lyke Shirley a Para san Arieno z Pomykola Ronald s Powell Finley n. Red mond Josyln m Rhyne Irma a Roberson Theodosia Roth Ira Shuckelford Marlene Sims Henry Smith. Albert Smith Laura Mae Stiggers Dorothy a. Taylor Grade l. Thompson Cynthia Tillman Donald. Tyson Buena Wells Eirlean White Ruth m White some 90 Englewood residents action stated that Goodwill among. T j Thomas Lee. Whitside Eloise was told such As the to Mobile Wolfe. Fannie Bell Woods Rochelle units a act tag Day Central Job a Wyo or Florence m. A Yvo to a tit. Englewood evening school Englewood youth services end 0 a a a n graduates a a s l c education Glenwood committee for com in Mummy action and Southtown aflame it Lon a. . Myca. Trude in la James Bonlon Roste a 1 Mae Blakely. Lawrence Bradley according to the reports a Sewillar Brown Rosie Lee Brown 1.25 within the area of 63rd to 69th neighbors is a very necessary War against illegal zoning. Chi ,th<davfs0�lur. Its. And Halsted to Morgan t001 for harmonious living and Legal conversion of apartments Civie. A Derrick Samoura Doddy urged residents to join in help paddlers and Wanton destruction Rosetta Gaines Dot a grayer. J j t r i a i ii i. Jimmie Green Bay Jimmie Hal my to uphold the standards of of property is still being waged Frank Hammond Earlee Hamp it Vito i if Lamb Sale leg of Lamb whole la. The Community. In keeping with the purpose in the Community. Ton Jeffie Holmes Nellie Johnson. Alma Jones Louis Kings a summary of items consid i Bury Nettie Lee Charlotte Northern. Lillie Owens Mamie Pinkney Shank or Rump leg roast cd Mir cd nit shoulder Lamb roast rib Cut Lamb chops 101n Cut Lamb chops Lamb breast Lamb Shanks i Hills Coffee a 9tv ins 2 la. Can of Monte sliced peaches a Lucio piach1 Mic d 21/ 2 can us inc free pot cleaner with each i gallon liquid detergent legs or breast Heads off cleaned scaled Silver Bass 45 la. Jack Salmon 5 ibs i Boneless Perch Miracle whip pmm0uvi 01 Cashmere i0uquet a a 1251 soap Grade a Large eggs dozen Durkee Coconut Salerno inn cookies Coconut chocolate chips packages 4 of. Size leu i j King r Stamps Are now also ava1labl at Harry a shoe Center 947 e. I to St. / to a. 12t4 Sii Iii. Nik 13 0 e. 43rd stunt 159 e. Mr4 stat 510 e. 79tk strut 4735 Fitti Parkway a j free Stamps / i with this Coupon / 7 adults Only one to a family / Cut this out present at Harry s a Milfs january 27im i i of the annual affair Block clubs a ered in development of propos Lodena Riley i aude seals Luia reported Active participation in1 als for the 63rd and Halsted Mae Schafer. Lena a Smith or. Neighbourhood projects geared shopping area was distributed a Charles Suddath Lam toward the Upkeep and Preser-1 among the audience. A Doris White Winston Young vation of the Community. The proposals come under Theja special projects for children heading of the Urban renewal i a i a a j plan designed for the Englewood �1 v70lt alg area millinery course of the Block were reported by most of the Block clubs. Junior and intermediate clubs have been formed girl and boy youth activities Frank Ardito staff member of the commission commended the clubs on promoting interest among the youth and affording them an Opportunity to learn firsthand of com Fred Henderson executive director of the Southtown plan-1 Golf and millinery courses Are scout troops organized and a Njong association 733 w. 64th slated for the Chatham Myca Tive youth participation in civic commended the clubs on j1021 e. 83rc in february it projects encouraged. Their interest in Block Conser was announced recently. Support of youth activities vation and urged that they1 six week course in Golf will has been encouraged by the end keep up the Good begin thursday feb. 14 from 9 Glenwood unit. Commission on a trophy was presented to Ted youth welfare. Speaking to the Vooht former Field Secretary t i j instructor will be. A a a a. Sec. Joe Midiero Golf pro from the of the Ecca for civic achieve Hickory Hills country club ment in the Englewood area. The course is designed to special guests included Joe a beginners and to improve Seph Evans Field represent score 0f experienced players Tive Englewood project of the Anc is 0pgn to both men and Urban renewal department Worsen according to Norman Mummy development. Robert Atwood executive i veal of the a by a staff. While most blocks cited Prog j Rector Ecca and Raymond pee for course is $8 for Ress during the past year All Johnson first negro accepted j a by a members and $13 for no expressed Hope that Many More for management training at i members. Registrations Are now accomplishments will be achieved this year. Participation in projects of Richard s Barb que �453 cottage Grove 421 e. ¿1st St. No 7-9704 the Best lit Lorl que ribs chickens rib tips hot links t polish sausage a sea food cat fish shrimps amp Buffalo open daily 12 noon to 4 . Orders to take out sat. Amp Sun. Till 5 . Open sundays amp holidays Sears amp Roebuck co., 63rd and Halsted its. Others were John Bell and or. Being accepted at the beginning monday feb. 11 millinery classes will be held e. M. Michaels of the Southtown from 7 to 8 30 . On mondays Myca 6545 s. Union ave. from 1 30 to 3 . On Stan Matthews of Matthews Cladwell and Ballard Public relations firm. Tuesdays. Doris Knapp will serve As instructor. The fundamentals of hat Mak musical selections were of-1 ing will be taught in the course feed by mrs. Eula Maxwell and such As molding fitting and daughter Holle a recent Grad fashioning materials. Uate of Parker High school 6800 is. Stewart ave. New fashion ideas will be discussed and tried out. Course representatives were present a fee is $11 for a by a members from the following Block clubs land $16 for non members. Green St. Association 65th and Green 68th and Green 67th and Peoria 66th and Peoria 64th and Peoria 64th and registrations Are now being accepted at the Sangamon 65th and Sangamon 66th and Sangamon 67th and Sangamon 68th and Sangamon and the c amp m property owners improvement association. Doors open 6 pm opening Nite Chiu Priff Impi theatre Mai Irto a 4 4nd ii i

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