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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 24, 1966, Chicago, Illinois I by Anne Tyson mrs. George Huff and mrs. Hunter h. Adams jr., of Park Manor Are joint chairmen in charge of a door to door drive being organized in the grand crossing area for a Tow Channel i is annual Community Campaign for funds in support of education Ai television. Over 15,000 volunteers will be working in the fund drive which will be conducted throughout the Chicago area during educational television week. Mrs. Betty Moline is a Tow s director of the Community Campaign. Alexander Eddye Mae Brown Jerk Fuller leak Dorothy Bingley mrs. Worthy Ward Fullbright miss Peris cilia Thompson and members of the dress horsemen will Model. Mrs. Williiam Gray and Shirley Golden will Model from their own personal wardrobe. Desariee Pyburn is chairman of the show. Mrs. Fannie Crissett is a member of the committee. The Rev. A. Lincoln James is pastor of the Church. Anyone carrying a camera was admitted at a reduced Price. Thomas memorial Little theatre is sponsoring a $5.00 a plate Benefit banquet performance sat., april 2 at 6 . Robert and Nancy Leon Ard members of Goodman theatre acting company will give a Short dramatic performance. Final curtain is at 8 30 . Reservations Are being accepted. Ballerina Berneice Allen of the bulletin area and a member of the Chicago musical College will be one of the performers on the Christ Unity temples program. Berneice will lightly socialite composer and crossing area. During the door perform a s0i0 Ballet number mrs. Arthur Scott of Park Manor area will solicit Volun i leers for the april cancer Cru mrs. Welch Lena Mills go Sade. She is chairman of grand 2 thursday mar. 24, 1966 the bulletin Englewood s Pat group sponsors weekend tour the Parent teachers Asso St. Lawrence mrs. S. Moore elation of Englewood High first vice president 6328 St school 6201 Stewart will Spon Lawrence mrs. John Thomas. Sor the schools treble chorus on a week end tour to Kentucky state College on april 30. New officers were elected for the forthcoming term which will begin May through one year later. The above items were important development of the Pat at second vice president 625 w. 62nd Street mrs. Elizabeth Timmons recording Secretary 6432 Green mrs. Herbert Nelson corresponding Secretary 6013 Lafayette mrs. Harry Davis treasurer 6209 Langely mrs. Abner Williams Parlia musician has her own radio to door Campaign the Volun show Over Ibeh pm it on tears will Contact As Many of your dial 93.9 the weekly show i the area s residents As possible a Leanas on the spot profile and talk to them about the features top personalities from j facts of cancer control. This is 3 to 4 . Through april 6 mrs. Scotts fourth year with when the time will be 2 to 3 the crusade. Pm. On april 24, Willa Saunders Jones will present the Pas Sion play for the 24th time in Arie Crown theater. Willa is producer and author of the play. More than 100,000 persons have attended this religious spectacular. Tickets Are on Sale at Fuller s department store. Or. Arthur Douglas Gray minister of the congregational Church of Park Manor along with Rev. S. S. Morris per. Norman a. Nelson and Rev. Leon Bailey Are help ing the Woodlawn Owca in its 90th annual drive. March is new membership month. Willa a hat Salon is ready for easter. Her recent trip to Cali j Lambda i Alpha sorority fornia is the answer for the for nurses has invited business Georgou fabrics Ami colors.1 executive Langford Spraggins j visit her Salon to Day. To be guest speaker March 27 at the women s auxiliary j the 200 medical Center 200 e. Chicago Branch a act 75th St. Langford is a member of the Chicago Community fund and a director of the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce. Recently he led All Chicago agents of new York life insurance company in the a mount of insurance sold. He is a member of the speakers Bureau of the presidents commission on equal employment Opportunity. Palm sunday greater Bethesda Baptist Church will present Quot Spring blossoms Quot a fashion show at the pick con Gress hotel from i to 4 . Cleo Johnson Charolotte entitled the festival will be presented at Dunbar j auditorium april 17th at 6 . University women plan a j meeting March 26 from 2 to 4 i . In the women s univer sity club 116 s. Michigan 1 ave. Tea and a social period will follow the program. Mrs. Rudolph de Luciana or. Maria Teresa Martinez ,. Pathologist with or. Helen Button s clinic will speak on Quot filipinos in the medical Field of Chicago Quot and the i topic of miss Hideko Tamura caseworker for the Chicago child car society will a Quot japanese senior citizens in mrs. Helen Wong Jean Public relations Secretary for the chinese american civic Council will discuss Quot chinese in Chicago.,.-yesterday and the dinner and fashion show held recently Al Lake Meadows restaurant by the dashing Hayes Mayes jr., and his wife j featured Fine elegant mohair in suits and luxurious spor Coats for the ladies dramatic Straw hats and magnificent sunday was camera Day at originals by mrs. Mayes her the 8th Chicago world Flower self. The couple were hosts for and Garden show in Mccoy Over 300 guests. The Beautiful Mick place and that accounted and delicious food was pre for More than 4000 Novice and pared and served by the Cater commercial photographers ing service of mrs. Elizabeth among the thousands of color w Marshall and mrs. Beatrice Ful and captivating blooms i Robinson. Not a a debian amen tarian 6823 Evans mrs. Cecilia Guice 6535 Evans. The following student organizations also performed Brief demonstrations for the Benefit of the Pat audience a Capella chorus band drama club and French club. Mistress of ceremonies during the meeting was miss Laur Adell Wright Public relations member of the student Council. During the reception honouring the Many guest stars who participated in the Chicago Freedom festival two Chatham Resi dents mrs. Ozell Greene 8326 Indiana left and mrs. Ralph Warren 8534 Prairie posed for a picture with the matinee idol of the american Cinema Sidney Poitier. The festival held at the International amphitheatre earlier this month honoured or. Martin Luther King. Scholarship committee sets criterion for it a 66 award will be hostess sunday april 3 during the auxiliary s 26th annual Benefit Tea at Mccormick place according to miss Josephine Fulton Auxin Ary president and member of the advisory Board. Adding their support Are mrs. Earl b. Dickerson mrs. Walter Johnson mrs. Cecil Par tee and mrs. Rachel Ridley. District one scholarship bean elementary or secondary Lection committee met recently Public school in Illinois for one at Bowen High school 2710 e. I semester for each of the $250 89th St., to select the Winner of 1 received the amount Given per the Golden Jubilee $1,000 schol-1 year for each of four years. Last year a a Raven High a slip school student Leslie Simon in order to qualify for the was awarded the scholarship. Parent teacher scholarship a the scholarship selection student must be i n the top committee will consist of Twenty per cent of his or her or. Charles Monroe Dean class must score highest in i Wilson College or. Clara Ber leadership character health must have a love of children and a great desire to teach. This not a scholarship of need. The Only requirement is that the scholarship Winner teach in g h o e f e a Counselor Illinois teachers College or. Curtis Melnick superintendent District 14 Thomas Coffey principal Washington High school Manfor Byrd principal Englewood High school or. Marie of Brien principal Bowen High school mrs. Edward Morris president. Central Council mrs. Frank Sulewski president South Council mrs. John Mcmurtry president Lake front Council mrs. Lawrence Wagner District one program and publicity assistant mrs. Louis Kolokoff District one Secretary mrs. Samuel d. Overstreet director District one and mrs. Roy Syler scholarship assistant District one. Its regular meeting last week Centarian 23 Evans mrs. At the Englewood High school. New officers Are mrs. Johnson president 6808 Park sets Heap big Indian show the Hamilton Park Ceramic and drama departments will present an Indian show april 4, in the Park fieldhouse 7200 Normal. The show will Start at 8 . A Ceramic and Indian Craft exhibit will be presented and Indian dances with an Indian skit will also be seen. Admission is free. Gilbert Lee Geeding who will play the role of chief laughing Bear will be the master of ceremonies. Geeding directed ten previous indian1 shows. Quot because of the Large num-1 Ber of boy scouts participating in the show i expect this show to be one of the Best the Park has produced he reported. Hamilton Parks Ceramic instructor Geeding will be assisted by Leroy Whitfield. The Hamilton Park supervisor j. H grand pre will be in charge of the production. With year new \ a 4 personal izod hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur spice Alizine in tinting cutting style inf 212 i. 71st St. St 3-8932 hopping Good. Inherit the wind on Wilson dramatic group s show Bill the drama Guild. And drama at Wilson College National dramatics will produce the play. Reserved seats Are $1.00 and Wilson both Are members of Theta Al colleges producing Organiza Pha Phi Tion has announced that its j fraternity next production will be inherit the wind set for wednes the Young teacher who was i College Quot Quot or Quot they May be Pur Day thursday and Friday brought to trial in Tennessee i chased just before each perform March 30 and 31 and april 1st for teaching his science class Mance. The auditorium is to inherit the wind tells of Are on ale and a Raj file cured by calling or writing the about Darwin a origin of the at 6800 Stewart. At 3 15 and 8 30 . Based on the famous Quot Scopes species. It was an historical Monkey trial in Tennessee event because it brought two of the play will feature a cast of i a it Quot is. Ia"�?~?,.1,t08etiher. For. The first time. William Jennings Over 30 people and will be i 3ryant Anco Clarence Darrow. Reded by Bill Lattin of the Wil these will be the roles played son speech department. Special settings have been fancy decorated cakes. Delicious German chocolate cakes lambs easter eggs Etc. We do our own baking order Early a to 4-6777 Amber bakery 8246 cottage Grove ave. Open 5 . By Long and Ingram. H. Adrian Rehner chairman Par excellence the linesmen Golf club is holding its 4th annual dance at the Parkway ballroom 45th South Parkway saturday april 2, la . To 2 . The members Are planning an elaborate fashion show displaying the latest in golfing attire. The modelling will be done by the club members. The linesmen feel that Many people have never visited a Golf course and have never seen some of the Beautiful attire that some golfers Wear while hacking around the course. Advance enthusiasm being shown by the friends and acquaintances of the linesmen indicate that the affair will be a tremendous Success. Business manager for the group is Otis Lynch 7320 Rhodes. Some of the officers of the linesmen Are left to right William Franklin 8727 Michigan entertainment chairman Eugene l. Porter sr., presi Dent Walter Davis 909 e. 61st-, recording Secretary Jessie Jeffries Board member. Created by technical director1 of the department of speech James Highland 9131 Houston j and sound for the play will be managed by Kevin Burnson 3539 w. 62nd pm and lights will be handled by Bill Gresko 3754 w. 54th pm. The setting features an Interior court room scene created in an impressionistic manner. Taking the Lead parts in the powerful drama will be Thom As Long 5222 s. Blackstone and Robert Ingram or. Of 6420 Rhodes. Both have performed in plays for Wilson a drama Guild. Long played the title role this year in Richard i the third and preacher hag Ler in the recent production of dark of the Moon. Ingram was seen As Othello and in the King and i. This years musical production. New store hours effective april 1,1966 e. G. Woods. Inc. Professional pharmacist 8200 South Park Avenue Triangle 4-3414 weekdays 9 30 . 10 00 . Except wednesdays 10 00 .-6 00 . Closed sundays and major holidays free pick up and delivery posses pizza. All our pizzas Are made fresh a baked to order for 2 for 3 for 4 for 5 fam. Sausage 1.50 2.00 3 of 4.00 5.00 mushroom 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 500 Green Pepper 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 500 anchovies. 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 onion or garlic 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 500 tuna or Olive. I 50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5 00 cheese. 1.25 2.00 2.50 3.50 4.00 extra ingredients .50 .50 i of i of i of Pepperoni. 2.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 6 00 shrimp 2 of 2.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 Bacon 2 00 2.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 Coney Island 2 50 3.00 5.00 600 7.00 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 . Chicken boxes 20 pieces in Box. $4.75 16 pcs. $3.75 to pct. $2.43 barbecued add 25 to 50c barbecued Back ribs with Cole Slaw French Fries a of bread and butter. 43 French Fries order 25c shrimps i la. With sauce $2.25 Perch i la. With sauce $1.75 Fried Chicken half Cole Slaw Fries bread butter $1.50 shrimp dinner $1.50 Perch dinner $1.35 Cole Siaw of. .50c it. .90c musical treat Church will at area Church hold annual fashion fete music lovers and area Resi dents Are invited to a musical treat on March 27, at 4 ., when the merchandise Mart choir performs the Quot seven last words a under the direction of Francis Gregory at Ingleside methodist Parish Hall 929 e. 76th St. Mrs. Gertrude Taylor is the i accompanist for the group. The program is being sponsored by the commission on missions of the Church. Rev. Gerald h. Brantford is minister of Ingleside methodist Church. The Public is invited to this 1 musical extravaganza. There is1 no charge. Featuring hair styles jewelry and the latest styles in dresses the second annual fashion show and Tea of care Baptist Church will be held in the churches auditorium 7941 Halsted on March 27, at 3 . The musical part of the program will feature Franz Tyson pianist Byron Hooks concert artist and the progressive souls a gospel quartet. Also featured will be mrs. Sarah Mckinnon beautician and her models mrs. Lina Smith a designer of hats and jewelry miss Ann Brown a dress designer and Model and models. Valerie Shipp Yvonne Gilliard and Lorraine Cole. Bulletin now on Newsstands look As a new service to our readers the bulletin is now on Sale at selected Newsstands throughout our area. You can now buy an extra copy of a a Chicago a leading Community weekly at the following stands 63rd-Kimbark be Corner �3rd-Eberhart be Corner 63rd-Woodlawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station a3rd-Normal so Corner 63rd-hal$ted be Corner 728 w. 65th St. Southtown 7lst-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 a a a a a a a a a a 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c boys wanted routes available in Park Manor Chatham Englewood do Yon have an ambition boy who would like to have a business of his own there Are bulletin r Oates available in your neighbourhood. 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