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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 2, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Page 6the bulletin. Thursday july 2, 1964 a bad i it a a 1 ask artists to display artists who wish to place their area of 81st and Vincennes july work before the Public will get an Opportunity to do so in to in South Side Art fair to be held in the Char con or Oliph sep riles Broostom Chick fun .�T�616 e. 71st st a Mon 4ft3 166� bulletin wont ads pay crosses delicious steaks chops and Chicken Home cooked food daily or. And mrs. E. Crass proprietors visit our dining doom parties t banquets invited 402 e. 79th st. 846-1131 delivery 24-26. Sponsored by the South Side fair committee 8106 Vincennes the exhibit will be open to the Public and is designed to give local artists a Chance to show of their work. There is no entry fee and Art of All types is accepted. No deadline has As yet been Sot. Artists wishing to enter Scheir work Are urged to Contact the committee at the Lucky a inn at the Vincennes address. The fair is an outgrowth of the locality fair presented in the area several years ago. Moyts Garden chinese restaurant cantons a american food Call 8737746 rat fast Taki out service just what Chicago needs the fabulous two ii restaurant amp lounge the South Side s finest dining room and lounge serving Only . Choice meats Chicago s finest integrated restaurant 1629-31 e. 79th st. 734-9721 food w0 to go amps student Benefit affair scholarships for a to Norving students and help to encourage dropouts to return to school was the double theme of saturday evening s Benefit sponsored her the Etta Kloten civic and educational club at the t. K. Room 62 e. 24th st. According to officials of the club the determination of students who need help will be made by local , principals and teachers. Applauding spirited remarks by one of the guest speakers Are left to right mrs. Connie Lachapelle 7011 Calumet treasurer mrs. Viola Lelm 7251 Calumet general chairman mrs. Fannie Carter 7436 Langley mrs. Estherline decks 7148 Wabash mrs. Thelma Bruce 7237 Indiana and mrs. Dollie m. Nelson 7547 Michigan Ajlill Mir he tits i a a a ii Khz m it to la i la the islander menu shrimp Fried Rich $1.25 shrimp egg fou Young $1.25 Peppar Baa $1.50 shrimp Lobita Sousa $1.90 Baa chop suey $1.45 Canto Nasa Fried Chicken $1.50 Fried jumbo shrimp $1.40 special beef Rice $1.50 Western electric employees retire open mob.12 n�en10 . Tue so a wed. Tours. .11 . A 3 00 . Fri., sat. 11 00 . A 4.00 . Sun.12 noon-3 00 am. 722 w. 63rd st. featuring exotic entertainment tropical cocktails 533 e. 75th st. A a a a i two area women with a total of 53 years As employees of the Western electric company Shaw a Thorne works will retire on aug. ? 1 and will take leisurely Tours to the new York worlds fair the West indies and the West coast before settling Down to enjoy their retirement the company an i bounced. They Are miss Clara Naber i 7410 May who is retiring after j 37 years of service in the loading i Section of the Coil manufacturing f shops and mrs. Vera c. Wilson i a widow of 7650 s. Morgan who is ending 21 years employment at i Hawthorne. She works in the re Lay and capacitor shops. Both have been praised for creditable service with the com Pany where miss Naber also is Active in the Hawthorne travel club a social educational Anc recreational organization for the company a 20,000 employees. Miss Naber will tour the West coast immediately after retirement while mrs. Wilson who has three children and five grandchildren will visit the fair and travel to the West indies. The two women also have interesting hobbies to occupy them during retirement. Miss Nabers Hobby is gardening while mrs. Wilson likes to sew and fish. Approve plan for building a plan for the development of the area bounded by West 84th Street Parnell West 86th Street and Vincennes to accommodate a total of 156 dwelling units in three Story apartments was approved by the Chicago plan commission last week. The proposal which already has been approved by the department of City planning in consultation with the department of streets and sanitation the technical advisory committee on traffic and the department of water and sewers and the fire department now goes to the City Council for final approval. The development plan covers an area of 5.25 acres with two bedroom apartments which will rent for from $115 to $129 per month. The development plan also includes controls and regulations based on proper City planning requirements with respect to land use number of dwelling units and other factors. People ring aiding in Roberts air conditioned Penthouse for the Peem sunday showing of a to make a poet Blacks were a. A. A a Sammy Rayner and his Alice and guests. Two s Squire Lance actor de Brown Sharboro parents councils Shirley Hobson Brown amp Bigelow a Benny Cassels triangles Clipper and Shear Man Ronald Wright were also among the celebs. Bartender for special $ occasions Napoleon Allen came this close to getting his Femme mixed. The Conrad Kent Rivers Are f honeymooning in Mexico a for a who Ole month. Sights not often seen Ernie Banks his Eloise and the youngsters chatting with neighbors who pass their East 82nd Street manse while two teenage youngsters use muscle grease on the Lawn and windows. Typical family folks. Pm Mark who next the a act has turned thumbs Down on Barry Goldwater a prexy ambitions. Core recently lambasted lbs. Now act has let it be known that it plans to say yet to Scranton a Hopes. What a helluva Hess this Biz in. To those civil fighters ? who Are talking about a a stall in to prevent Scranton from reaching convention Headquarters next month we offer this one observation the easiest Way to lose friends and influence enemies is to stall in a even when its an Accident. A a speck of history did a Ever Stop to think of the fantastic similarities Between Lincoln a death and president Kennedy a both were concerned with the Issue of civil rights. Both were elected in the year ending in 60 1860 and 1960. They were both slain on Friday and their wives were present. Kennedy s successor As you know was Johnson and so was Lincoln Sandrew Johnson. Both of the successors were Southern democrats. The two Johnsons had another thing in common. Both served in the u. S. Senate. Andrew was born in 1808, while lbs was bom in 1908. But if that sounds eerie Lincoln a murderer was born in 1839, while Lee Oswald was Bora in 1939. Both assassins were murdered before trial could be arranged. Lincoln s Secretary whose name was Kennedy reportedly had advised him not to go to the theater and president Kennedy a Secretary mrs. Lincoln had suggested that he not go to Dallas. An who doubts that history has a strange Way of repeating ? esp a Friend who claims to have extra sensory perception called our attention to a monstrously fat woman preparing to Board a cat bus the other Rush hour. A poor lady a our esp Friend remarked. A How come a poor lady a we How corned. A that lady just had a sad thought. She thought a i must lose weight if in a Gonna contine to ride these packed buses and she really wants to. Now she a thinking about a big dinner including lots of mashed potatoes pork chops peas creamed Corn biscuits and a dish of Cool ice Cream a we agreed a poor lady a stay out of a and away from fireworks speeding cars and other hazards for a Safe fourth and a live fifth. Baritone to appear in recital at Harlan Cook vegetables Only until tender in just enough water to prevent scorching advise Purdue University food specialists. Cover the pan with a tight fitting lid. Richard Suliman promising Young Bass baritone will be presented in a song recital concert at Harlan High school auditorium on sunday july 12, under the sponsorship of the Richard full Man concert committee 725 East 90th place. A regular soloist at the Church of the Good Shepherd 5700 Prairie Suliman will sing an ambitious program which will include the works of such great composers As Handel Schubert and Wolf. His repertoire will also a elude an aria from Verdi so Trigo Letto Quot As Well As old american songs and negro spirituals arranged by the great Tenor Roland Hayes. Suliman has been in demand to sing at civil rights rallies recently and has travelled Exten sively with a group called the Robinson ians. He will be accompanied during the concert by pianist Yvonna Lindsey. Mercury liquors Cut i rate 560 e. 71st st. Phone a 4-9422 featuring finest liquors. Groceries. And sundries the store that brought Cut rate shopping to Park Manor again smashes the Price Barrier English Market Gin $q59 a full quart of. Mtg a a la new Only 10 transistor am pm personal radio 2395 men s and women s Sun glasses now 49c values to $1.98 t Volt transistor radio batteries in Pabst Beer 19 Case of 24 cans $969 imported Napoleon Brandy 369 4/5 it. Finest Quality new York state Champagne 79 men s s1kaw hats Reg. $1.95imported Kino James scotch $4 39 Vij it. 349 4/5 9�. Large a Ottle $169 old forester -�?100 proof Bourbon bottled in Bond $j89 a a

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