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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 4, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Fax the bulletin thursday june 4, 1964 a Spring festival begins today the annual Quot Spring festival a chairman of the music Harlan High school was announced department. Three performances today by a. Bankston Owens will be Given in the school Audi 1 r n p w a or a of re in req Elf Chlup the wonder inn featuring talented entertainment exotic drinks Horl Cox prop. 7519 cottage Grove charcoal broiled steaks roasted Chicken 616 e. 71st st. A Mon 483-1 668 thorium 9652 Michigan at 1 45 pm today and at 7 30 ., Friday and saturday. A varied program of musical entertainment will to offered by he training chorus mixed chorus girls chorus and concert band. The last three groups All received Superior ratings in die recent Public school festival Competition. Miv Lena Mclin us director of a he girls chorus. Owens directs the training and mixed chorus and Charles Lindahl is director of bands. To to Are available from Pov formers and a limited Supply will l e sold at the door. A display of Scholastic Art award paintings recently exhibited in new York City will be shown Moyts Garden a i Ita m goes Ascot Call my 3-1177 and schedule next affair dance party Tea and Etc. I chinese restaurant cantonese amp american food Call 873-7746 for fast take out service on s to his Kim mini May 23, members of the Chatham Village Assoc a lion sponsored a gala Spring dance Al the Ascot House 1100 a Michigan the affair turned out to he one of he most successful of the Spring season after the dance ended and the festivities subsided the principals got together for a few parting Morris. Left to right mrs. Geneva Bell 346 k. 89th pi., Secretary mrs. Juanita Talor 201 k. 90th st activities committee member mrs. Louise Llo Marri 327 k. 0th st., chairman activities committee John g. Butler 322 a 90th st president mrs Louise Hugh a 308 k. 90th st treasurer and mrs. Dorothy Vaughn 211 k. 89th pi., Secretary of Board. _ food or to of if 1/ r grand ballroom 6351 cottage or. J menu Quot schedule your affair 5, pro a j rec a a crosses Call my 311. Shrimp egg for Young Pepper beef shrimp lobster sauce beef chop suey cantonese Fried Chicken restaurant delicious steaks chops and Chicken Home cooked food daily or. And mrs. E. Cross proprietors visit our dining room parties amp banquets invited 402 e. 79th st. 84d4 Vry Fried jumbo shrimp special beef Rice open $1.25 $1.25 $1.50 $1.90 $1.45 $1.50 $1.40 $1.50 the 1 islander 1 zoning Board to hear conversion petition a a i a of j mon.12 noon-10 1 tues., wed. To Thuri. 11 . -3 00 . Fri., Sot. 11 00 . A 4.00 . J sun.12 noon -3 00 . 722 w. 63rd st. featuring exotic entertainment tropical cocktails 533 e. 75th st. The zoning Board of appeals on june 9 will hear an application by w. C. Vonder Heide to convert the 3-Story, store and apartment building at 435 w. 75th st. Vonder Heide intends to remove the first floor store and replace it with dwellings. The Board also will hear an Appeal by James and Marion Smith for a permit to erect a 2-Storv single family residence at 6726 s. Wabash. The office of the zoning administrator refused to Issue the permit because construction would f be made on a lot which is alleged ? not to be of Legal size. Hearings will be in room 208, City Hall starting at 1 In-,1 Terestea parties and objectors Are invited to testify according to b. Emmett Hartnett chairman of the Board. Y a 7&Quot Block club installation a t �k0� red Label Sweet peas or Cream Corn 303 can v. I a the 7300-South Park Block club will hold its installation dinner june 10, at 8 The affair will be held in the Blue dining room of the Parkway ballroom 45th Street and South Parkway. Judge Richard a. Harewood a Farmer trustee of the University of Illinois will install the following officers mrs. Lovelyn j. Evans chairman mrs. Earl daily vice chairman mrs. Howard Morfis recording Secretary mrs. Alice Meyers corresponding Secretary mrs. Walter Morrissette treasurer mrs. Mary Scott chaplain and attorney Truman Larrey Legal advisor. Mrs. Nelson c. Jefferson 7309 South Park is the dinner chairman mrs. Mazzarene Carter 7341 South Park is co chairman and mesdames Howard Morris Nathaniel Dunagin and Walter Morrissette Are committee members. Carnation milk fresh dressed stewing chickens perfect for stewing u. S. Choice sirloin Steak neck Bones Snowdrift shortening Contadino Tomato paste1 red Label Salt 10�?~ Quaker Riceland Short Corn meal / Rice round Steak red Label Domino new team joins Hamilton league through the efforts of Thomas Washington 532 w. �5th st., a Little league team called the Falcons now roosts in Hamilton Park 72nd and Normal. At the present Over 20 boys have received uniforms and equipment to participate in the newly formed team. The Falcons will meet other teams in Hamilton Parks Little league. A tournament will Start the last week in june. Trophies will be awarded to the first and second place teams. There is no entry fee and any team interested in joining the tournament May Call Thomas Washington at 487-9091 or Hu-7-3958, Potpourri a weekly newspaper headlines Aid. Claude Holman a non love for the Chi defender. So what else is new. Members of the Sec dish diplomatic corps will he hosted at a recept on in Chatham on the evening of june 12. Sponsors arc the sub area 5 Between 85th and r7th South Park to state st. With Subarea chairman Harold Jefferson handling the details. Barbecue sales a a both raw and prepared a on memorial Day were phenomenal pits puffing everywhere. And orders to take out making Cah regi Ter ring like incr by so swing on the Star who druther be a in cases like these Oscar Brownsr. A my son s a it Merki folksinger will be feted and awarded at an Al Gelar Nursery inn Cheon Bash on saturday afternoon. Community leadership awardees will get the Coffee and treat ment from this paper Friday evening in the South Touti y. Hunh fruit paddlers along 75th st. Are going to catch it from two sides if they persist from the North they la catch it from the Park Manor neighbors a and from the South the arrest order will come from the Chat Ham Avalon Park Community Council. A tight and barfly uncomfortable squeeze lunching with Sci us a account exec. Lou Fitzgerald in the Bamboo inn the other noontime was most interesting. Lou revealed that the Hullabaloo Over his stations determination to rerun the old Amos int Andy to series is most confusing. Some say do. Some say Don t. The station has said will personally wac can t get very excited either Way. A see we Don t own an Ultra High frequency to set swingers every one folks Are still saying a Beautiful. Beautiful a in Praise of the Basie bands winging Lopahs at else a last week. The crowd was Only slightly less than so. Memo to ptas and others we came across the Case of a youngster who really needs help. Because his parents own property they re buying on contract he s ineligible for Public assistance. But this youngster is skidded to graduate from grammar school in one of the allegedly wealthier neighbourhoods this month and his parents cannot afford to buy this kid a pair of decent shoes or other clothes for graduation. The other kids far More fortunate Are crushing this youngsters spirits by making fun of his shabby clothing. What they do not know is that the boy s father suffered a heart attack. Perhaps it might be a Good idea for Pat groups Fecto maintain a vigilance for such similar cases a and be prepared to assist such youngsters. We Are not asking donations for this particular kid this Case we will handle but How Many others Are there like him How Many have been so ashamed because of their unavoidable Shab Biness that they have become boxes on our society ? the problem we think is not just the problem of Pat groups alone. We think the entire Community ought to become involved in assisting in cases like this. A dialog in Englewood a Street Corner preacher Wras shouting to All and sundry a Jesus loves me. Jesus loves me a a drunk staggered up to him. Listened patiently. A Jesus loves me a the preacher coh tinted time and again. A Okay a the drunk yelled a Okay. I m impressed. So a a publisher of year u. S. Choice sugar 1 Sonny s roast Cut up frying chickens tender shoulder roast California Sweet Juicy oranges snack shop open a astr new Maneja Tiit 522 e. 71st st. Manday him saturday open doily 7 a mind Tom school special s 3 15 A Chick in with French Fries 35 sol a begins t tuesday j in 2nd Sale ends saturday june 13th 1310 e. 63rd s 859 e. 63rd str 510 e 79th st-4735 South Par the a i go to limit Tooni Tifi Vii of sugar cured 7 shrimps in the Basket with French Fries 35 pish sandwiches 25s3 v its Shank half but1 half country Delight bread hot tamsics 10 Hami uksts 21 in �41 loaf French Fries 10 15 __a_mfmjn_r_0p_th6_c0sm0pqlitan chamber of Commerce Vito a employs fair labor practices malts amp milk shakes 21 Bruce Sagan left publisher of the economist news papers was proclaimed publisher of the year at the annual convention of the accredited Home news papers of America in new Orleans last week. Present ing the award is Martin Mintz of the Leader publications of new Jersey. The bulletin is a member of the economist group. Red Cross on the Job at two area blazes minutes after an explosion flew the roof from a Home at 6741 Indiana monday May 18, the occupants were receiving Aid from the Chicago chapter american National red Cross. According to Jordan Mastrofsky again Mastrofsky was at the scene. He said the families wer it brought to a temporary shelter in the basement of st. Theodore s Church at 65th and Harvard. I there victims were registered and interviewed to determine �025 s. Cregler red Cross supers. A Tance needed to b. Visor at the explosion scene the Arance needed to be roof was torn from the Home and Given. Blown onto an adjoining residence Mastrofsky said two families at a a Indiana both Homes were were provided with temporai7 rendered uninhabitable by the red cams he using blast and red Cross disaster workers aided two families total ins nine persons to obtain temporary shelter nearby. Families with emergency quantities of food baby supplies and cots and Blancata. In addition both families were three Story. Apartment a a _____., building was severely damaged provided with emergency supplies m the rear suffered Exon Ive water and Glass breakage a Hunt v and damage through the remainder of shortly Afler a noon fire let Prifer at 220-222 w 65th st. Drove five Ine in Eilora families totalling 24 persons from nine of the building s 12 apart their three Story apartment Home ments were occupied but four the same week they too were. Families were Able to move Back receiving assistance from the i into the front of the building and j red in a. Take care of their own needs

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