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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 31, 1963, Chicago, Illinois A n apply for Page 2_ 12 party the silent 12 social amp Charity Parkway ballroom sunday part. Dtta whose prexy is Fred Moree Vernon Dugan of s. Wabash t a in la pm a _ to it of 7600 Sou in Park ave., enter ii fifth is the congenial sonic la Jinor 1 1 Iti is capacity crowd at the chairman of this civic minded1 Appio Lions for 1 a nor Dpi club s thank you party in the group of follows or it. I rinses t0 be used at ohm the bulletin thursday january 31, 1963 Council Seis program on brotherhood Pian Lea Aufu Friel Naraj would you ask a beautician to repair your automobile the Days of Quot hair Quot Auto repairs Are Over today s cars demand specialized attention. And the Days of Quot sugar bowl Quot saving Are Over too a modern savers turn to the specialist in saving an association such a ours. Be modern save with us ask about our Home Loans three South Side locations were re revived last week by William t Prendergast. City collector 319-21 w. 7mh St., by Frank or Maurice Haimowitz. I Pago. 7005 s. Whipple. A Rector of human relations of 6852 Indiana ave. By Lor the Board of education will Raino Tilman Vernon. A / to 4026 s. Ashland ave. By speak in he met amry of Hub James Simmons 2101 w. 51st St. Man relations in a meeting of the South Council dist. 1. Of the Illinois Congress of parents and teachers tuesday feb. 5 at 9 . In the Luella school 9928 s Crandon ave. A skit entitled a and no one asked will be presented in Observance of brotherhood week by members of the Council Board. They Are mrs. Charles Simon 8853 s. Paxton mrs. Hyman Doscik. 8410 Coles mrs. Frank Broderick 8347 Oglesby and mrs. Wilson Frost 8458 s. Michigan ave. Mrs. Lawrence Wagner 8752 Cornell International and human relations chairman will direct the skit presentation. Mrs. Bernard Pomerantz. 9704 Van Vlissingen or. Is president of the South Council. Rossi s pizza now paying 41% on All savings accounts Chesterfield Ltd tool savings a nerf loan Assod Afioga 8300 cottage Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois phone try Angle �?-9300 a 41 i7 ail our pizzas Ark Maui fresh baked to order Sausau a $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 �ar1ic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 gift i 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.s0 3.s0 extra Lif Ridenh .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pi2za 2.s0 4.00 s.00 shrimp Pisa 2.s0 4.00 s.00 Coney Island 3.00 s.00 �.00 Chicken boxes 20 pm la loi__4.75 10 ply eds la boi___2.45 Para Csc mat. Ortfar_.2s delivered to you Hoy from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-271t open daily 4 . To 2 . Pro. It sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Planning tic eighth annual Benefit of the Chicago Urban league at 10 . Saturday feb. 2 Are members of the leagues auxiliary of the interracial civic welfare Agency. From left Are my a Bettie Jayne Everett 533 e. 33rd pi., Urban league staff consultant mrs Gladys a is 8638 s. Vernon ave. Miss Elaine Graham 121 e. 87th St. Mrs. Murial Larue 8125 s. Michigan ave mrs. Muriel Oliotti 8013 so Dobson ave. Mrs. Azalee Baber 4345 s. Michigan ave., and miss Bella Beach 614 e. 47th St. Plan to build ice rinks in City Parks noted pianist to appear a study of the feasibility of providing artificial ice skating rinks in Chicago Parks was authorized yesterday by the Chicago Park District Board. Flaherty told the Board that the t a company a proposal is to build . A Oll cd As Many Rinkis As the City de i sires at a Cost of s500.000 each. Charles Walker noted pianist Tor. Will talk on race feb. 3 a the National conference on religion and race and a open occupancy will be the themes of the Urban leagues a face it 9 radio program in february. On sunday february 3 and Ilo guest panellists will be father John Hayes pastor of St. Carthage Church 7315 s. Yale and vice chairman of the Urban leagues interracial Council of religious leaders and Rev. Don g. Morse of the Chatham United presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th Secretary treasurer of the religious Council and h. B. Law president of the Urban league. Tom Davis president or radio station Waal which makes minutes available each sunday morning at 9 30, will act As Moderator. On feb. 17 and 24, the Urban leagues guest will be John Kearney chairman of Tho United citizens commit Mee Tor Freedom of residence who will speak on the importance of a open occupancy legislation now pending before the Illinois general Assembly. In addition to Davis who will also participate on the program a face it a listeners will hear from author Warren Lehman housing specialist for the Urban league and Sherwood Ross Tho Agency a Public relations direct bar-b-9 baby Back ribs a Tab cd a a Slaw of mob o of Frits Iohd and la hip a Hejlo the City could then lease the iwil1 be presented in concert by the investigation is the result1 rinks for $80.000 a year for Aie Cal Hall artist Bureau 6531 of an offer by a private com-1 ten year period. Green St. Saturday feb. 9 at a the City a human relations problems Are compounded by the Lack of factual material on Coli Slaw oar own testy a Cipa Flot soc quart 90c is Mied Chicken Whu Cala slow Franey n Frias Brand and 1�m�?-------t�? i �9u shrimp a Lake Perch m Frias slow Brand i la hard a i �9 Pany to build the rinks. Elong under terms of the lease 8.30 . In the eleventh Street the Ross said. A the i with snack bars and shelter hts rpt in income from healer 72 e Lith so Urban league attaches High Buu dings in Chicago Parks and operation o a he rinks which graduating from a Chicago priority to bringing the facts to then lease them Back to the City for ten years. According to the company a estimates. Could More than equal High school in 1953, Walker entered de Paul University where Raggedy Ann Sweet peas Cream Corn tomatoes a 2 jumbo offers in specially Maikeo Quaker Oats pack docs q inflatable a jumbo a�4r#f&Quot cry Cus my m quake 200 count Box i 0frh movie ticket a in us Eit a amp my arks or a Iti m s m s Mut circus tvs ice Klyk the Public. The a face it program provides a valuable forum in which human relations sub general superintendent Daniel rental Chat the end a May be discussed and the of ten years the could buy to a Madame Ming facts made known. Mashed potatoes i Gravy muffin mix yellow cake mix strained baby food hot sauce 6 0z. Maine Oil sardines grits the rinks for $10.000 each. The company estimates that Chicago could have a five per cent return on its investment according to Flaherty. Many other Large cities have begun building artificial rinks said Flaherty and report satisfaction with their operation. Tcherepnin. In his Junior year at de Paul. He was elected president of the Beta i my music fraternity and became the first negro to head a fraternity at the University. He was also elected to the Blue key. A National Honor Fra file suit on Ada St. A Park District study of Chi eternity it he holds both the Bacht it 1 _1 a a a Cagos weather for the last ten dior a and master s degrees years revealed that there was from Depaul University. At pres \ a a an average of Only seven skating Days a year according to Vernon Hernlund director of recreation. A Many nights our ent he is coaching with or. Re the build King Ait 6016 s. Ada Dolph Ganz. Walker s innate musicality is winning the Praise of musicians men work All night preparing j and critics alike wherever he a rink a he said a and then performs. When the temperature goes up he has had two very Success to 40 degrees in the morning i Ful performances with the de was 58 per Celt it depreciated All we have is swimming symphony orchestra. He fhe suit asked that the owners was asked to be demolished by the City in a suit filed in Superior court monday. The City charged that the building was vacant and open had suffered fire damage and Park District president James t was chosen by the Dean of de a. Gately directed Flaherty to Paul a music school to perform investigate other cities exp on the opening night of a week Rienche with the artificial rinks Long festival celebrating the re a repair the building or face demolition. Listed in the suit As owners Are James Blake Fred Brown and report Back to the Board opening of Kimball Hall As the 3 Green Steven a. Schultz Richard s Barb que 6453 cottage Grove 421 e. 61st St. No 7-9706 the Best in Barb que ribs chickens rib tips hot links amp polish sausage a sea food Catfish shrimps amp Buffalo open daily 12 noon to 4 . Orders to take out sat. Amp Sun. Till s . Open sundays amp holidays Depaul Centre theater. Walker recently returned from Paris France where he studied piano with Magda Tagliaferro. During his study in Europe he performed in Germany at the fondation Des stats Unis Paris and did broadcasts for the a French government radio. Walker will offer the following program saturday night Baches Partite no. 2 beet in oven a sonata opus 109 Pourlen piano of Debussy Chopin s Noc a and the Atlantic municipal corporation. Another building at 6113 s. Carpenters get. Was ordered demolished Friday by Superior court judge Julian Wilamoski. Judge Wilamoski said that the building was in an unsafe condition and was a danger to the neighbourhood. However the owners of the building were Given a a amp a of execution until february 21 to free 25 King v nil Stamps with each Purchase Woodbury lotion brooms Black Flag Roach and ant Spray Armour s Star chitterling 5 lbs. 1 lean beef Stew feet tails neck Bones pan sausage Turkey wings Turkey necks 3 lbs. Fresh gr0uhd beef lbs. $ a i pork butt roast a lean meaty la. Tube tomatoes 14 ounces Sweet Grapefruit italian or country style sausage Georgia fresh frying chickens Eit get Heit twist Ere Whilt term link a kites it feb 1 King t Stamps Are now also avaiia8u at Harry a thick slice Acon Only # at your nearby currency Exchange can Vou Oer Vou 1963 Turne opus 15 no. 1 Nocturne i determine if permits for repairs opus 48 and Liszt a fun Railles. Were issued and repair work a started. The writ of demolition in this Case is held in effect until repairs Are made and then withdrawn. Listed As owners of the building Are Alex Nixon Annie May Nixon and the Midland savings and loan association. Doors open 6 pm-0penin6 Nite Auto so fast my a to s. 1310 e. 63rd Street 359 e. 63rd Street 510 e. 79th Street 4735 South Parkway a of shoe Center 947 e. 63rd. us any fun Ichaso a Oscar Mayer pork links free Stamps i Tut in Fofar to Kim a Kif with this Coupon / adults Only one to a family / Cut this out present at Harry s r kindle is ? extra lean Bacon to mice Kotc o i v no forms to fill out jus sign your name the ass Tusti mi#8t Way to Frt your �?T63 plate and City a ticker just a top in at your nearby currency Exchange and a Ign a License application. That Sall there it to it a your currency exch Oga will do Tea rest get your plate and sticker in most Casas within 24 hours this year join the tens of thousands of Chicago area Drivers who let their currency Exchange do the work Chicago currency Exchange association amphitheatre Hai Stid a 47nd is

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