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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 18, 1963, Chicago, Illinois F. Ala \ .9 Ipi a a of ,1 a a a a it v a it it a a a. Itic 2 a the bulletin thursday july 18. 1963 Rossius pizza meet com be he Iii Watt a a. Of Sirott Al 41 4-7 All Oua pizzas a Matt Mish 4 iaitk0 of Otott a usant $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 a min Weir 2.00 3.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 onion 2 00 3.00 4.00 i a a 2.00 3.00 4.00 Choc i 2.00 2.so 3.so a a Fra l., .50 1.00 1.00 i Tironi pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 conic Island 3.00 5.00 0.00 Chicken boxes m in boxmm4.7s i we Eti in bov_245 proud Mai order-25 Quot Coli Slaw Oer own Tel Tyr Cipy hat if mar for delivered h-0-t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th Foiw St 3-27h Opin daily 4 . The 1 . Pro. A Sof. 4 . To 3 , sunday 2 . To 2 . Barb a baby Back ribs a Wuh cat slew French 9 9c Frei if told and if for. I mud Chi Kim Wuh col Slaw pried Frei treed end Huffar. Shrimp a Laki pc sch Fher slow freed a Laffar j 1.50 1.25 car tires can be important Salesman sets rugged Pace by Connie seals if you Cipr had a blow out or a cold or Rainy in jilt you know How important automobile tires Are. Though it is hoped that you have never had such an experience you May like to meet the first negro tire Salesman Hirl in f Quot of we live poultry dressed free to order fresh eggs right from the farm Small eggs i ticked did no to i want it Job. Said yes and War Chicago Fie i Armour Lee Carter of 74ox s. Vernon ave. Carter the Only negro sales this Quot jobs was to become Man with his company is on the first negro tire Salesman rail to customers 24 hours a in Oak Park a new Challenge Day. Seem strange perhaps to for Carter some but not to one in whose life tires Are very important. "1 did no to go there As a no the rugged schedule jts trying to prove myself and Carter sets for himself is not 8�?T�od. But rather As a new one. He a used to being oppose planned Multi dwellings or a 3< w a a a a a Ltd. A it 3 dozen 79c stowing hens29c la. Live fryers.39c la. Fresh fish we also carry a full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours Dolly s 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 . Closed All Doy monday Sabels products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 on Call ready to move when Opportunity knocks. This is a was of life for him. Salesman determined to make Money. I knew i Wasny to wanted out there but i closed my mind to All such thoughts. Armour Carter he wan born in Columbus a the comp by ent me to a customer is always i fit. Go a a and received i. Education a Rainin school of three week. A i have the same conc in Birmingham Ala. Acho Olu. For eight years in Memphis tenn., he worked As a Bell hop w a i t e a Pullman Porter and i read Tome uplifting books More than 200 South siders appeared at hearings held Friday by the City Council committee on buildings and zoning to a request for a change in be stations of every customer. Zoning for property on halted i t sound trite but the Street Between 92nd and 93rd its. Concern for customers that doctors have for finally he got his first Selling. Job 1 Nee to a. Wit jewelry s Small appliance store. Like a the Power of positive patients. In be never had an thinking by Norman Vincent emergency a tire Sale Call yet Peale and a How to raise but if i do you can be cer your salary by Dale car Tain ill be these Are the views and achievements of another bul tires in Oak Park. He sold them for three years before going to his present position. Carter lives at the Park a one of my friends told me there was a Job available and i bad been wanting to bet. Ter my condition so i dropped Manor add Ess i is Wie everything and went right an so a Cal Ca a Public h�.01 j teacher and his son cons owners of the property Arcole land company intend to erect three 3-Story multiple dwelling buildings on the site. Besides the 200 residents appearing to protest were Aid. Samuel Yaksic 21st Jim Norris chairman of the zoning com Over. I applied for the Job and was accepted. I did t feel that i had any particular calling As a Salesman at that time. I just wanted teacher a better Job. Cartei however after coming in Contact with people and facing the Challenge of meeting each customer s needs t was fascinated with Selling. # Gopher 19, a student at Wilson Junior College. Chris Hopes to be it history is a councilman at Salem lutheran Church 7400 s. Mittee of the organization of Letin area neighbor. Meet a South West communities John another neighbor next s. Schleyer representing the week. Longwood Manor civic Assoc Cree inquiry set on school hiring Calumet ave. # regarding his songs future an investigation into complaints of discrimination by that he was against any request aspirations Carter said a i try the Board of education against teachers and supervisory01 multiple dwellings in his to help my son by showing of the Chicago Public schools is being under arc a there Are 325 Miles of respect which he in turn shows taken by the Chicago committee for equal education v 2 family residences i Cree. It i i the a it Carter came to Chicago Itle 1 encourage him to read books that will give him incentive 1 o move toward his goal. A there a so much i Don to bulletin want ads pay in 1950 and began working for e company. Was strange How i got Job. I actually went to the1 know to much we All Don t know i feel that employment office with a Friend of mine and the personnel manager looked Over at me and or discount i was if mde a would Advance my my next weeks i never make advances to my i Steno Raphers a a amp Oje. % in changing children Are these times parents and All learning to Geth or. It a everybody approves of the was Weis hardware do business. Because th6v guarantee satisfaction. President William Williams 9237 s. Forest said a Many negro teachers and other negro employees of the Chicago school system have contacted our organization alleging that or. Willis and his staff Are practising racial discrimination in recruiting hiring transfers and promotions with the full knowl promotions with tile Lull knowl a a 1 t Fri _ Edge of the Board of education jul oils a Sci w1j. A g3 a when we asked How this could be True since Willis has a Weis special a a a a a a a a House Broom this is in kind to William cousins week i Weis hu.82060 a Toi hardware housewares plumbing amp a us trial Supples tool r a Gap Dan Suppi a f a Glass a paint 218 East 79 St Carter gives this advice to Young people contemplating a Selling career a they should get its much education As possible. However the most important thing is a frequently announced that no real respect for people a �11 records of the race of an pm kinds of people. Loyee Are maintained by his each sales delivery must be office several have answered geared to the particular sex that records Are kept and except for a few negroes who have been mistakenly recorded As a caucasian without the error be ing detected., the assignment and location of every negro employee is known. Many were asked Why they did not file charges with the Illi Innis fair employment commission Williams continued. A they stated that this would be the same As a committing suicide because nothing would be done about it even if their cases were proven and that they would be on Willis a Black list Williams concluded a your organization is investigating and compiling information on this matter. As soon As our investigation is completed we i Are planning to release it to congressman Dent chairman of by Anne Tyson the Chicago music Assoc a chairman and mrs. Marshall and Union invited a few friends Tiona a invites Are in the mail for Stith is your hostess. Directions in 0 meet and have cocktails their annual outdoor concert Are Congress expressway a a a a featuring Walter by efts concert a a Independence exit an imme in her and my Alexander p. Band sunday july 21 from 5 to Diate right turn will bring you Tumas rom Atlanta Georgia 8 . With performances at 6 on Hamlin blvd. Theodore although the Yard was Beauty . The address is 344 s. Ham Charles Stone is president of the1 Ful with coloured lights us Iino pc a _ j. Association. Brella topped tables and All it olat1 # was too Chilly so Daisey served Man mrs. Marie Carey social the Erdis Jimerson of 05th her guests in the very pleasant atmosphere of their rumpus Doorn. Other guests were or. And mrs. William Osborne of Chatham and or. And mrs. Leroy Gentry of Park Manor. A i enjoy Reading the bulletin so much says Valeria. Alexander p. Dumas is an insurance executive with the North Carolina Mutual life insurance co., and will be in the City for business meetings for several Days. The Junior service league of provident Hospital received their guests in the Knickerbocker hotel saturday. The occasion was a a mid summer night s dream and a Midnight Buffet supper. The members wore dinner gowns of White silk Chiffon and the new crepe columns that Are superbly elegant. Since the league s inception they have made Many outstanding contributions to the Hospital. However the proceeds from this Effort will Complete the payments for the overhead lights for the surgical rooms. The jul members Are Evelina Keeling Constance Hutchinson Eda Travis Louise Quarles Helen Anderson vice president and Eloise Lee president and Clyde Reynolds is executive director of the Hospital. And i want you to know miss. Mary Ann Fook is in the contest. For a miss Centennial a for the a Century of negro Progress exhibition at Mccormick place aug. 15 thru sept. 2. Mary Ann is a Junior at Bethune Cookman College and the granddaughter of or. Marjorie Stewart Joyner. A Echos from the a act a 54th convention Are s t i 11 talking about the Beautiful and talented Dorothy Dandrige who assisted mrs. W. Sylvester White president of the woman s auxiliary with the presentations of the awards to several women affiliated with a act. Id like to add a few More names to the list of women who have Laboured Down thru the years with the a act such As atty. Jewel Straford Lafon tante mrs. Oscar Brownsr. Mrs. Catherine Lesure mrs. Action Anna Thomas represent ing the Longwood school Community committee and other residents. Norris spokesman for the objectors said that a unscrupulous real estate dealers in the past trying to make a fast Buck have attempted to build these slum like dwellings in the neighbourhood. We wont let among the most frequent objections made was that the construction of the multiple dwelling buildings would Lead to congestion traffic problems a transient Type people a and property devaluation. When applicants attorney Edward w. Gedman asked that the matter be deferred the crowd shouted a no no a a Norris complained to chairman of the committee Paul t. Corcoran 37th that the residents had taken off from work to appear and deserved the Opportunity to be heard. Corcoran agreed and refused the request for deferment. Aid. Yaksic told the committee the special sub committee of the House of representatives committee on labor and education. We will request that he include Chicago on the list of Large cities in which his sub committee is planning to hold hearings on such practices. Of in this Ward and Only one mile of r-4 multiple dwellings. This is a single family Ward and will remain one if i have any say so. The 6600 Aberdeen Block club will hold a a get acquainted1 Tea on sunday july 21, at 4 ., on the Lawn at 6624 s. Aberdeen St. Walter Nash 6616 s. Aberdeen St., president and mrs. George Gray 6614 s. Aberdeen St., Tea chairman said proceeds from the Tea will be used for at a later Date the entertainment of youngsters in the Block. David Brown attorney for Arcole said that under the present zoning multiple dwelling was already permitted As Long As each unit was under 1650 Square feet. A fall we re asking for is permission to construct at a ratio of 900 Square feet per unit a he declared. Brown said that the total units would be 110, for the three buildings. As each objector finished his statement the crowd vigorously applauded. The attorneys for the land company spoke to Stony silence. The committee took the Case Marco killings and mrs. John under advisement for decision Ford. Headquarters for the Contention was the Morrison hotel. Engaged a amp a w.-. A a a to a a f no. We Ara not Selling women s bathing apparel a we have values in men s clothing and furnishings that will catch your Eye Semi annual clearance Sale or. And mrs. Alex Williams 7038 s. St. Lawrence ave., have announced the engagement of their daughter Jeanette Ellen to William James Mckinnis Iii son of or. And mrs. William James Mckinnis jr., 865 e. Pershing re. Jeanette is an . Key punch trainee. Her Fiancee is playground director at the Park Manor elementary school 7037 s. Rhodes ave. A act head turns about completely annihilate those practices or injustices wherever they May be found. A i want this made Clear. I i will not be soft. I will not Back continued from Page 1 rebuttal to anything said by other invited guests. His remarks were not in order at that Daniel continued a the people up an who demonstrated on july 4 had something to say and they had found no place else to say it. We might feel that they were not in the Best taste for saying it there but they had to say it where they could. This is what the Young people did on the 4th of Don Sykes another Nao spokesman said that the group had accomplished its Mission. Their intent was to inform Daniel of their feelings about his recent acts and remarks. Sykes said they were satisfied with Daniels Promise of a Strong stand on civil rights issues in Nao members also critic the future sized Daniel s support of the Sil Sykes also added the Demon ent six aldermen who according stration was in no Way intended to their leaflet Quot have not pro to reflect upon Rev. Daniels posed nor fought for the afro congregation. American Community As much _ ,.As a certain White Alderman. Concluding remarks regardless of his sol a a Daniel defended his meeting 1&Quot efforts but not infallible with the six negro aldermen last wednesday by saying a they to of Toca were invited because they have i Oiesel not done All they Large selection of nationally advertised famous Brand hand tailored clothes 20% and i0re off regular prices terrific values in men s furnishings and shoes ii Iii a each Vnti Orlu a Etc. of Rose Marie Reid s 1944 n the air we la in 101.9 every wed. I the a a to Zzz pm the store for men from parking for 1.000 it hrs for this Sociol event opt monday. July Alstn h a . Or Joy to mix my Campus in the new Hyde Park shopping Center 1502-06 e. 55th St. Phone 752 Sion yrs it a a Yyi j wedding announcements $y50 per Hundred business cards shoo per v thousand plu6gers $�50 por thousand d amp up the Rhodan press 234 w. 69th St. He 3-4790 continued from Page 1 ,. Assist the residents in having _ Daniel said again that he Structure removed. Of was glad the picketers had a a u j a a. Demonstrated however he stated that the demonstrated. Residents main complaint it has Given me an oppor should be with the building de 1 Ltd i Unity to throw some Light on 1 the position i have. I want to a make that position very Strong. I a they Felt my position was a weak one. All my life i have been harassed with certain in a justices which negroes have known and lived with. I am ready to say i am tired. I am ready to say i am impatient. I Jam ready to do whatever i can with whatever forces Are set up. To do away with to destroy and apartment since they issued the permit. He said he did not puff it through in the form of a motion in the City Council and brought recent Council minutes into the bulletin office to substantiate this. A i will be very glad to meet with a delegation from the Park Manor neighbors As Well As pastor Meyers and try to reach a workable solution a a Miller said. Taxi Drivers wanted Day or night shifts full time or weekends excellent earnings apply Abernathy taxi ass7n 4510 cottage Grove ave. Any Oay 9 . To 4 30 . Of 44800 y .1 l Juu i v j is a r h u Iii r. A Iff a i if r u if

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