Bulletin Newspaper Archives Jul 23 1964, Page 10

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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 23, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Astronauts lose on errors in i Addy-0 softball league for service Tho zing a a King Kings Standard service station Road service 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 3-8221 St 3-911 open 9 . Until 7 tuesday thru saturday contributions for jobless pay due next week attention tensile done to let your Ziy Wear you. Let it help you to rear it. Where discriminating women go in for. Fabulous wigs exclusive make up amp personality hair styles the boxes first game flashes c. Starlyn of 4 4 4 e. Mclaughlin is 4 0 3 Twenty three continuous years open sunday to to West Woodlawn women a Community club celebrated its 23rd annual Laun and Garden party on sunday july 19, from 5 00 . To 7 00 ., on the Lawn of the Home of mrs. Oneida Washington 6831 Evans. Sundays affair honoured past presidents of the organization and climaxed the years activities until the next meeting which will be held the 2nd monday in september. Award certificates were presented to persons with the most attractive lawns and gardens. Past presidents front Row left to right mrs. Rebeeca m. Young 555 e. 33rd pl., founder and 1st president who at that time lived in West Woodlawn mrs. Ruth s. Mcgowan 8336 Langley mrs. Mamie g. Dill 6432 Rhodes and mrs. W Wilhelmina planks 1146 Hyde Park. Rear left to right mrs. Agnes m. Jones 6632 Greenwood mrs. Edythe Ward 6527 Eberli Art mrs. Grace Lee Steven 6547 St. Lawrence mrs. Earlene Dailey 6508 Eberli Art mrs. Anna Herron 6349 St. Lawrence and mrs. Grace Smith 750 e. 69th pl., the present president. Taxi Drivers wanted full or part time Day or Nite excellent earnings 7911 cottage Grove phone 723-9514 apply at either location Abernathy taxi Assn inc. 8000 s. Parkway 33rd amp s. Parkway he 7-5400 a 6-4000 any Day 9 00 . To 6 30 . I ick panthers for softball w orld series the panthers who retained their first place standing after defeating the Abernathy Astro-1 nauts 8-7, in the Nightcap of a daddy-0 Daylie softball league doubleheader monday night will represent the league in the first world series of softball to be held in Chicago sept. 17-18. The announcement was made by Daylie himself who was on hand for this weeks doubleheader at Weverling Park 72nd and South Parkway. In the first game the Lake Meadows flashes upset the Chicago whips 12-10. The panthers were selected for the series play on the basis of their performance and record. The slugging team had lost Only one game a to the crusaders a through monday. Come to our women in the Complete league stand Ings follow w l pct panthers 9 i Ooi boosters 5 i .831 crusaders 7 2 .77 whips 5 4 .55 astronauts 3 7 .301 flashes 3 9 .251 Commonwealth Community Church 140 a. 81st St., was the scene of a highly successful women a Day program sunday afternoon july 19. Linier the theme of a a heroines of Modem paths a the program presented outstanding women of the Community paying tribute to outstanding women of history. Some of the principals who helped to make the affair memorable were front Row left to right mrs. Alice Richardson 310 e. 42ml St. Mrs. Thelma Foster 135 w. 81st St. Mrs. Felicia Coleman 7030 Stewart and mrs. Gloria Bryant 8014 Harvard. Rear left to right mrs. Mali Ala Evans 3310 a. Douglas blvd., mistress of ceremonies the Rev. Yvette w Alker 1018 e. 75th St. Mrs. Ollie Marr Coffey 710 e. 69th St., who gave dramatic readings and or. Dorothy l. Sutton Branch pastor of Commonwealth. Low e Avenue club to hold annual event i fold up suspect s hot three limes the 7300 and 7400 Lowe Avenue Block club will hold its third annual Tea and fashion revue from 3 to 6 ., sunday july 26, in the 7300 Block on Lowe. Proceeds from the Tea Are used to finance a children a panic to be held in August. Guest speaker for the program will be Roland e. James Community business Man. Mrs. Connie Sanders is chairman of the Tea. Walter Vinson is i club president. Sam Robinson service station 7100 South Park ave. A policeman shot and seriously pointed out the fleeing suspect., George Hospital for emergency wounded an Englewood resident White followed the Man Down treatment and then transferred within minutes after the robbery cottage Grove until he jumped to Cook county Hospital where he1 of a Gas station at 77th and cot into a car and drove West on 78th is under police guard Tage Grove july 18. The wound Street. Officer Wii on fired Sev White stated that the alleged de suspect identified As Charles eral shots at the speeding car. Robber had taken $25.00 in the Douglas 27, 352 w. 72, was shot when the car crashed into a saturday night Holdup. Money be As he apparently attempted a parked Auto at 80 and Eberhart lived to be part of the loot and getaway by car and on foot. Douglas continued his flight on a German Luger were found in according to patrolman Sid foot and refused to halt when or j the car driven by Douglas Yesney Wii on of the 5th District dered to do so by Wii on. Wii on cording to police. Grand crossing the Chase be then fired three shots hitting Gan when Les White an attendant Douglas in the Chest right leg if from the Gas station shouted and head. A of Lull that he had been robbed and Douglas was taken to St. I Seh Laos House wiring Check up chances Are 4-1 that you Are wasting electricity due to inadequate wiring. Homes wired before 1950 were not wired to handle the appliances of the 1960s. Visit us whenever you need dependable and courteous service Low a a House Power inadequate wiring will result in poor performance of your modern appliances and can Cut the life Span of these appliances up to 50%. Each year electrical fires Are the cause of the largest Dollar value loss in the United states. Serving the South Side for 31 years Sam Robinson service station 7100 South Park Avenue phone St 3-9581 Call he 3-5511 and have your wiring checked free or mail Coupon phone pm 2-3300 the bulletin thursday july 23, 1964 Page 5

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