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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 5, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Roebuck and co the bulletin thursday March a 1964 i or. W. Gregory i i Jones % i j a it optometrist 7913 cottage Grove i % ave. Isears Englewood open Mon. Thru Iri. 9 30 . To 9 . Saturday til 5 30 by Anne Tyson congressman William l. Dawson derm 1st diet and pulitzer prize winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks were among 23 chicagoan cited for to Tver contributions to the City by the Southside Community committee sunday afternoon. Mrs. Brooks received an Oil painting of herself. The others received Large framed litre drawings. Each received a portrait of the Agency s 23rd annual Blue ribbon Tea of the Elsid Rianon ballroom 6201 cottage Grove. Vincennes 6-2648 personalized hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 213 e. 71st St. St 3-8932 tables were decorated in accordance with the theme of the affair a pages from negro this main fund raising event of the Agency remained packed from 3 to 7 ., though the crowd was transient. Mrs. Almita Robinson director of Sec called the affair twice As successful As any previous one. Retired millionaire Dyer clothing Industry Man Leon Tiechner and his new Bride just returned from a belated honeymoon trip to California and Hawaii. Materre Bros. Paint and wallpaper co. Will be leaving 71st. They have purchased their new location at 516 e. 75th St. Open House was monday. For service that zing see King Kings Standard service station Road service 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 3-8221 St 3-Tll bulletin want ads pay the program featured readings by mrs. Brooks and miss Val Gray a demonstrator for the wonder bread co. Plus a spiritual selection by Princess Steward Star of the Langston Hughes musical a Black nativity and models from the Margarita Ward Agency. The reason for the Tea s theme was stated in a printed program a the Agency seeks to provide youth those visions of greatness which Are so essential to lifting of their sights above and beyond the disabling confines of the High and thick Wall of separation and j mrs. Ola Muirhead 6804 Michigan served As general chairman of the Tea committee. So sorry mrs. Thomas Fleming has been quite ill but reportedly recovering nicely at Home now. And while we re on the subject mrs. Charles Sullivan met with a serious car Accident in route to her country estate and is now in South Chicago Community Hospital. Check with Hubby. In Well gee it seemed every Mack Houston 440 w. 60th body was in Flordia mrs. Louis pl., recently retired from Al Goens sent card a please come Dens inc., after 35 years of Down we re having a but continuous service. He was pm dear i just received my Anni played As a warehouse Man and Ersary present that was pretty acted As Union Steward for sizable and i did no to have the local #743 where he served on nerve to ask my husband a do the advisory Board and credit you mind if i go a however jes Tynion committee. Houston is a Sie says or. And mrs. Quincey Mason and is a a dyed in the Stevens or. And mrs. Harry Wool a baseball fan Able to quote Smith or. And mrs. Albert up to the minute statistics on All Spaulding and or. And mrs. Wil a the teams and individual play Ham Gray Are enjoying them ers. A Long time Englewood selves resident he has lived for the past 12 years at the above and with a cast of 250 the Only dress with his wife. Mabel and j passion play produced in Chi sons Mack or. Ami Carlyle. Cago will be april 3 in Mccoy Rossius pizza 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 . Siren 2-3 4-5 67 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order sausage s2.00 s3.00 $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 a in a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra 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 5.00 . Indicts policemen in fake claims two Chicago patrolmen r. J Norwood Smith 44, of 8401 s. J Wabash ave., and William a. Wilson 37, of 531 e. 91st pl., have been indicted by a Federal grand jury for alleged conspiracy to file false personal injury claims against the Post office department. Col. Minor Wilson admins native aide to supt. O. W. Wilson said both men were suspended feb. 27. Both worked out of the Wabash ave. Station 4802 a Wabash ave. Barry Freeman an assistant . Attorney said that the men filed separate claims of $2,500 for injuries claimed As a result of a collision with a postal truck at 8516 South Park ave., on Jan. 22, 1963. Freeman said that a instal inspector discovered that Smith was in his Home several blocks away when the collision occurred. He added that Wilson was driving Smiths car. Freeman said that Wilson apparently suffered a neck injury but he charged that investigation revealed that a knee disablement claimed by Smith actually was suffered years ago in a High school basketball game. Smith was a member of the department since 1952, and Wilson since 1946. Chicken boxes 20 pieces in box.4.75 to pieces in rox.2.45 French Fries ,25 Barb a baby Back ribs with Colt slow French Fries bread and butter dim in raise funds for adoption Center is Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French Fries bread and butter. Shrimp or Lake Perch Fries Slaw bread amp butter. Cole Slaw our own tasty recipe pint 50c quart 90c Wash Wear. Chiton Novelty dusters a Complete selection of live turkeys. Geese ducks Capone amp chickens at reasonable prices dressed free to order Arian hours daily 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 .Cndiri c far a a bold products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A 3-4161 a a a a a a a a a of. A How Al jut literature will be i the theme for Deneen a tags regular Assembly meeting March la 1 30 . In the school auditorium 7340 Wabash. Librarian at the Kelly Branch mrs. Ellyn Hill will be the speaker she will be accompanied by children a librarian mrs. Elizabeth t. Taylor. Mrs. Bennie Owens 7148 Wabash will present the nominating committees report and there will be an election of officers. Mrs. Ike Pitchford 7256 Perry is president. Mrs. Mac Newton. 7237 Michigan is program chairman and mrs. Edward Morris. 7004 Indiana is publicity chairman. Irs. You Leaf it right i mud is h our Price Ami these pamper free dusters come in Muir Chile of styles Ami prints. Vii full Cut for comforts Carli a till Dainty Collar Button front set in sleeves and deep Patch pocket. Scoop up several for yourself and gifts but shop Early from the past performance. Get know they la sol i last sizes Small medium will repair any . Set you bring into our shop for Only. Yes Only pm limited includes All parts m a time amp labor except we in Only picture tube solos fish Market Mon.-tues.-wed., mar. 10-11-12 White Buffalo u acetate Tricot briefs in your Choice of White Pink Blue or Maize. Sizes so a Buffalo Sears Englewood 63rd and waisted Trish fish daily 6553 so. Halsted

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