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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 3, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Do you have an ambitious Hoy who would like to have a business of his own there Are bulletin routes available in your neighbourhood. Your boy can earn his own Money and gain valuable business experience that will be a big help to him As he gets older. Of for the circulation depart Moat or apply in person at 39 e. 71st St. Anytime up to 5 30 . Daily ii Nom saturday and launderers inc. Chicago 2702 e 83rd St �?T259 s. Cottage Grove ave. Hammond Hohman a Chian profess local Phy cleaning cower a shirts the links debutant committee received the Debs and a heir escorts sunday for a Glamor session featuring their talented Post Debs who have been asked to carry out mrs. . Howard s Quot Deb ensemble advisory Post Quot in Millard Jefferson Hicks will be the caterer in charge when the mens club of Emmanuel Baptist Church have their Lith banquet March 19 at the Church. Rev. . Davis is pastor. Be # the Paris designs Billie Webb of Josephs silo Salon her current illness at which sh0wed during the dinner party Werc present or Berry 0. Be time miss Jacqueline Barrow "62&Quot, now a professional hair stylist showed the very latest in hair coiffure and wigs. Gingiss Bro s sent a representative to show the Young escorts How to look their Best. Wing leaders have not been selected As yet. Deb teas supper dances luncheons breakfast parties rehearsals will keep the Debs Busy until june the biggest party of them All the link cotillion. Members of the link who Are responsible for staging this important party Are mrs. Oneida Cocrell mrs. T. R. M. Howard mrs. Portia Searcy and executive chairman of the 1966 cotillion is mrs. Frances maalox. The new Law firm Cook and Watt 29 s. Lasalle Street suite 434, with an association of Richard Newhouse and James b. Lockhart is proving itself in the business and professional world. Mrs. Alonzo l. Payees telling friends of Hubby s Merit employment Over the past dynamic decade with the Bell Telephone co. They Are the parents of two children and have their own Home. Mrs. Payees is a registered nurse. Of the women a auxiliary of guess Langford Spraggins Cook county physicians Assn William l. Hooks Harold were out of this world. Dinner Pierce and Byron minor and was in the palatial South Shore of course their wives were Home of or. And mrs. Walter there. Mrs. Lowell m. Zollar Johnson. Mrs. Murry b. Davis was at mrs. Howards Side the is National president of the entire evening the bulletin 2 thursday mar. 3, 1966 fete ducats go on Sale i Chatham though mrs. . Howard arca residents who plan to was unable to mingle with the attend the spectacular free guest they threw a fabulous Dom festival featuring Harry wild game dinner party in i b c i a f o n t a Dick Gregory their spacious Lake Meadows George Kirby and Sidney Poi-�?o600�?� apartment of which the tier at the International am Quot in crowd was invited. The j Phi theatre on sunday March 12, Hunters club members who a urged to order their tickets at the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council offices teens attend Lively careers confab auxiliary. The capable and charming wife of the candidate for the Senate mrs. Cecil a. Partee will serve As one of the co chairmen of the 26 a act Tea sponsored by the women s auxiliary of the Chicago Branch a act. Sunday april 3 at Mccormick place. A dinner meeting the later part of March at the surf and Surrey will be chaired by mrs. Eugene Washington who is program chairman of the organization. An expected crowd of 12,-ooo people will be on hand for the Chicago festival co sponsored by the Southern Christian leadership conference and the coordinating Council of Community organization. The festival s proceeds will be used to support Martin Luther King s fight to end slums and segregation in Chicago. Mahalia Jackson Harry Belfonte and Sammy Davis or. Are some of the celebrities who will make up the entertainment. 7923 South Park. According to Herbert h. Fisher president of the Council a Council offices will be open at least from to . To 2 . On sundays 9 . To 12 noon on tuesdays to . To 2 . On wednesdays. 9 . To 2 . On the Capo Leader also stated that whenever the Council offices Are closed residents May leave their Telephone numbers in the mail Slot in the Council office door and they will be called for their ticket orders. The Rev. Or. Martin Luther King jr., is expected to give a major address on the War to end slums and segregation in Chicago. Remembering the grand old Tivoli fifty two Junior and senior students attending the feb. 26 career conference sponsored by the women in Industry department of the Chicago and Northern District association of club women Learned from a panel of experts about the opportunities and futures unlimited in the world of business Industry and the professions. They came Early and gave their undivided attention to the speakers and the films which showed negroes working with Success in the various Fields of i employment from clerks supervisors and managerial positions to places of importance in the professions. They asked questions and sought information from the panellists in an orderly sincere and intelligent manner. Miss Jessie Williams inter j viewer for the Illinois Bell Telephone company explained in detail the Many opportunities offered by her company. Fred Barnes special staff officer in the jewel Tea company personnel told of the Many jobs j available with a Chance to earn a scholarship in that company. Miss Carolyn Brown 7342 so. Park stewardess with the unit cd air lines created great in i Terest when she related her experience going to interesting places meeting interesting people gaining interesting knowledge and acquiring an interesting new look. Miss Alphild Larson instructor in practical nursing and conferring on the future fifty Junior and senior High school girls from 12 schools on the Southside area were the guests of the women in Industry department of the Coda in their Headquarters 4441 Drexel blvd. On saturday feb. 26, from to . To 2 . They were Given first hand information about opportunities in the business Industrial and practical nursing Fields. Pictured her from left to right Diantha Douglass 5319 Woodlawn from Hyde Park High school Caro Lyn j. Brown United airlines stewardess Harriett Foster 734 w. 60th pl., Englewood Linda Newsome 8017 Eberhart Hirsch High school. By Leon r. Forrest Sonal stage of gone but not for those Days Are gone now. Gotten memories. And As Leadbelly once warned i As the demolition workers his audience about the passage Start next week tearing up the of deep love with that charac glory of that once a Fine Brown Teristi Wisdom implicit in the Frame ill stand there watch blues it is with sure terror and Melan a a she a gone. She a gone Choly As the huge Ball far and my crying ainu to Gonna More terrible than any bomb bring her Back. She a gone floes violence to the glorious further on up the track. House where i saw some of the born feb. 16. 1921. Died a outer limits of the cinematic Stop in Smiths drug store of a a heart attack. Feeling and say hello to my Friend people did no to care anymore and Annh Rufu Eves Tommy Marshall. That she had lost her youth. And those Wom Kofu eyes sept. 19, 1963. She lived and or on the gun Lange with ran dear friends mrs. James died at 6329-49 cottage Grove Dolph Scott and those worn or Salter is very ill at provident 225 feet in frontage and her fun it of by urns Rhc pc Ltd ii a parents were Balaban and what to meant to be a witness Katz to darkness As i watched she was fabulous once. In an a Home of the Brave. Era of great Glamour she was As the demolition workers one of the few hostesses of Start next week i la stand there cinematic culture who Fea thinking Back to that time i turd the a big name stage Ost a whole solid dime under shows. The seat in the Balcony and that wonderful lady Friend of get any Popcorn for the great Southside who once my girl Friend on my first Date projected Beautiful and Gro on a 7th graders budget. And Tesque images of life upon the 1 11 recall Ben Bluett stopping screens of her mind who was me and my partners from slip once livid with Bright and Ping into that Side door. And re a Public modern dance con lightning like sounds upon her ill recall screaming out loud Cert at the College. Mrs. Janet grand stage of a heart is with terrible terror and wicked Boeh specialist in dance at dead and Only the wonder of pain during the very Climax of 1wu directed the Odresis per our memories can resurrect a High Noonan a Chuck of a Mormance. Her Corpse upon our own per a pay Day my favorite Candy Hospital in room 422. Mrs. Harry Smith has taken up quarters at provident husband had surgery and is in room 423. Ulysses Mcadoo is still in Michael Reese. Mrs. Lillian Hatcher is Happy to be Home from Billings after a terrible experience that sent or to the Hospital. Miss Mirian Stewart of this area was one of the 23 Illinois Wesleyan students who present got stuck up in my Teeth. And ill recall too with some tears no doubt a first Darling lost seated somewhere amid the 3500 seats that now face demise at the old Tivoli theater a decade and a half ago. And i shall never again hear on that stage big Joe Williams wailing on Down with a everyday i have the blues As i pass the House that a not a Hejne anymore. But Only an empty lot of bricks torn up tickets Popcorn program announcement pay Day and baby Ruth wrappers. Walking on South of six tray pass the spot where the big Tivoli once had great cultural meaning and Good time significance i will always Bear i am certain in my most secret heart to the rustling chord changes of the Windy world recalling memories of my teens. And i will hear Joe Williams warning me once More like Leadbelly about too much Loving anything As i look for the grand old Tivoli a everyday i have the blues a cause Vou know its you baby you i hate to lose. A Hospital operating technicians title 0f the Merit employment Norwood Carver Ethel Clay George Valerie Bailey Park a ont the future it inthe health a u Bonva Ora Justice Sadie mos or Billy Tamer Adrienne Tho about the future in the health he 52 starry eyed Happy Mas pc Rev Mimer Juanita occupations and presented two and hopeful Young students sex by Al Ara awl so a Weston Regina Williams Mary charming students in uniform pressed their sincere a Precia vocational Elaine Lucitt ave Wioletta Allen Jessica Jeanetta Brown in the Crisp Tion for the conference and Beverly Burton Helen Johnson Martin Phillips Mary Diggs White practical nurse uniform urged that it be held annually j Bertha Lampkin do Sable j0an Dobbs velvet Lyles and Karen Scott in an aural they left with High Hopes and Rita Dominguez Olivia Davis Diane Johnson Verlene Smith Tive Wylte and Gray uniform determination to take Adan Mary Ann Beach Jer can Simoen vocational. Registrars worm by operating room tech Tage of the opportunities of Stamps Englewood Rosalyn Joele c. Evans University of Nicias feed in their respective High Chandler Harlan Cynthia Chicago and Sheralyn Morris schools to prepare for futures Gibbs Joane Glover Linda Sette Calumet. Mrs. Daisy unlimited. Hunt Linda Newsome Hirsch Grisham club president mrs. Those who attended the con Renee Bradford Birdie Davis Etta Carter department chair Eon speaker and she stressed Ference were Patricia Nathan Diantha Douglas Brenda Jon Man mrs. Levelyn Evans cog the importance of completing Arvy Simmons Adele Tyson rings Hyde Park Janis Black sultans. Education and qualifying for Pat Gammage Calumet High the opportunities now available school Claudia Breland Boni in these changing times the i to Hargis Joan new Deborah or. Virginia f. Lewis assistant superintendent of Chicago Public schools was the lunch Man Cynthia Jarrell Detra Smith Gloria Tolbert Lind Blom Daphne Alston Betty Englewood Pat slates slates hat show joint choir Musicale on March 13, from 4 to 7 ., a hat and fashion show will be presented in the venetian room of the South Moor hotel 6646 Stony Island As a Bene f i t presentation for the a act. The Englewood Parent teacher be used to award scholarships Civiss it lug be twist Quot association sponsors the j to the june �?T66 graduates of turd on the show. Schools choirs in a combined Englewood High school and to a concert on March 4, at 8 . He it a def the exposes of the treble choir on its trip to Ken a music unlimited will fill Money needed to carry out its the Englewood High school a 1966 Dit orium 6201 Stewart when1 funds from the program will featured on the program will be the a Cappella choir under the direction of George Williams the treble choir directed by mrs. Jean Sheppard boys choir under the direction of Thomas Smith. According to mrs. Cecelia Guice 6535 Evans executive member of the Parent teacher association a no o be should miss the Chance to hear these outstanding choirs and at the same time help the . Raise the Lucky state College. The funds will also be used to finance Many other projects outlined by the . Tickets Are 75 cents in Advance and $1.00 at the door. All choir members and members of the . Have tickets for Sale. Millinery magic ready to give old Man Winter the High hit these ladies from the Halsted Morgan organization Hay been preparing beautifully trimmed hats like Spring is just around the Corner and summer is just on the horizon. Their millinery Art and efforts Are All ready for display. Halsted Morgan ladies Are All a go a go. How about old Man weather Pic tured Here from left to right mrs. Lula m. Allen 6506 Morgan mrs. Alice Wright 6416 Peoria mrs. Mary f. Hopkins 6638 Sangamon mrs. Lusella Knox 908 w. 67th St., mrs. Louisa Jordan 6844 Sangamon and mrs. Mary l. Washington 6335 Morgan instructor for millinery. Ladies Ara shown a typical meeting at St Stephen s Parish Hall 6445 Peoria. New director Warren h. Bacon 316 e. 89, has been elected to the Board of directors of the welfare Council of metropolitan Chicago. Bacon is vice president administrative services for the supreme life insurance company of America. He serves on the Board of education of the City of Chicago is vice president of the Chicago Council boy scouts of Ameri Ca and a trustee of Seabury card party interest is at a High Peak in the annual Bridge and whist party set for Washington Park Myca at 5000 Indiana saturday March 5. The event sponsored by mrs. Marie Foreman and mrs. Frances Roger will be held in the gymnasium. The sponsors Are noted for hosting exciting and unusual social affairs. The party will Start at 7 . With a list of attractive prizes for the winning competitors. The event usually attracts some of the Best Bridge and whist Talent in the area. Western theological Seminary. The welfare Council is the Central coordinating and planning body for 263 member social agencies serving the Chicago Rossius pizza All our pizzas Ari Madi Frish a baked to order serve 2-3 4-5 4-t sausage $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 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 it amp a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 Exira ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 4.00 these prices subject to change delivered h-0-t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Shrimps one la. With sauce $2.00 Perch one la. With sauce $1.50 Fried Chicken full half with col Slaw French i a fria bread and Buher. I 311 shrimp or Umi perch1 21-Fries, Slaw bread butter. 143 Chicken boxes a is by Aby Back bibs 2.25 20 pieces i bex_.4.75 16 pieces in Box 3.75 to pieces i Rex 2.45 with Cole Slaw French Fries bread and butter. French pries order_.25 Cole Slaw Ouk own tasty Bec i to 50�?~ 90 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a grand opening slated by Chew announced candidate for the 29th District state senatorial seat 17th Ward Alderman Charles Chew will entertain the Public at the grand opening of his Campaign Headquarters at 8026 cottage Grove sunday March 6, from 3 to 6 . At this important opening Chew will launch a petition drive for greater ballot participation. In extending an invitation to Hie Public to View his new of flees the 17th Ward Alderman stated a we Are still in need of volunteers and we seek the Aid of All who share our political bulletin now on Newsstands look As a new service to our readers the bulletin is now on Sale at selected Newsstands throughout our area. You can now buy an extra copy of a a Chicago a leading Community weekly at the following a lands 63rd-Kimbark be Corner 63rd-Eberhart be Corner 63rd-Woodlawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station 63rd-Normal so Corner 63rd-Halsted be Corner 728 w. 65th St. Southtown 71st-South Park new Corner 74th-Halsted be Corner 75th-Vincennes new Corner 79th-Prairie be Corner 83rd-cottage new Corner 1716 e. 79th Southeast 87th-cottage new Corner 87th-Langley new Corner 87th-South Park new Corner 75th-cottage new Corner 79th-Langley so Corner 81st-South Park be Corner 65th-cottage be Corner 59th-state Springer drugs 8201 Ellis drug store 63rd-cottage be Corner 95th-Lafayette new Corner 639 e. 71st office 79th-Vincennes so Corner Lucky readers this week s winners of $5.00 Lucky Reader merchandise certificates Are Irene Chambers 6202 s. Eberhart ave. Glady s Dailey 7426 s. Indiana ave. James Dockery 9401 South Park three $5.00 merchandise certificates ire awarded each week to Lucky readers of the bulletin. The Lucky readers award must be claimed at the bulletin office 639 East 71st St. Before the next Date of publication. To guarantee delivery of the bulletin to your Home or place of business pay your Carrier boy the Low 25c monthly delivery charge. Complaint service of you fail to receive your paper thursday Call St 3-1040 giving your current receipt number name and address Tor guaranteed delivery. A a boys wanted routes available in Park Manor Chatham Englewood $

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