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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 27, 1963, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday March 21, 1963 Page 3 Englewood group sets meeting a Lection of officers will be held in a meeting of the Hal sted Morgan Community association saturday mar. 23 at 8 . In the Christ methodist Church 6401 s. Sangamon ave. The meeting will also have the appointment of a program committee and a report by the ways and Means committee of plans for the annual Spring Tea. Henry Wilson 6508 s. Sangamon ave., president said that the group will discuss current controversial issues including conservation the 17th Ward Al germanic election and organizational Structure and purposes. All members and interested persons Are asked to attend the meeting. Club set Centennial Tea 1 4 m n Fysz a Jvn amp amp a i amp Ltd a it 9 h u1 Kings Standard service station taking service a no on me spot Battery charting caul it no mop. In so s. Cottage go voc St 3.8331 St mu5 Al sax Tim co s a 5 n m o o the Rev. J. Earl Simmons assistant minister of the Lebanon Baptist cd Nirali 72 0 s. Wentworth ave. Reviews plans for an emancipation Centennial Tea sunday mar. 24 from 3s30 to 7 . In the Church. Members of the leh Anairis women s club sponsors of the affair Are from left mrs. Esther Chism hostess chairman mrs. Virginia Hubbard president of the leh Naids and mrs. Ella Davidson general Tea chairman. Mrs. Irene Mccoy Gaines National president of the women s auxiliaries negro Centennial committee will be guest speaker. Group sets card party for Owca a Bridge and whist party will be sponsored by the mid South Side Owca membership Camp a i g n committee thursday contributing members May Call the Woodlawn Owca 1170 e. 63rd St. For further information. Committee members include mar. 28 at 7 30 . In theirs. Janet Bragg 7330 s. Indi packing House workers Center Ana ave. Mrs. James Clardy 4859 s. Wabash ave. 8345 s. Vernon ave. Mrs. Oneida Woodard. 4860 s. Kimbark ave. Area chairman area committee members in t a a a by Anne Tyson i mentioned Iasi week the Cormick place mar. 24 at 4 i he Parkway ballroom from 10 drive to raise funds for ., donations Are $2 00. To 2, those area members Are Chicago s educational television explaining to me about fhe Bill Ewing Malchom Scipo station. Perhaps i should have jewish charities and their cur Eddie Ragland and others explained a Little More Thor front drive was Rose Berman the royalties social and _ Oughty just what the purpose is owner of Berman department Charity club Are deep in plans if you re tired of Gaudy com store. She added a we for the easter Parade and Fash Merciall on television and their have everything for the family Jon on easter sunday at j noisy advertising then Don t Dis for easter Mccormick place. The models courage these trying to help a a press preview party was this condition by slamming the the world Flower and Garden sunday. Terry Springer is guest door in their face especially show opened at Mccormick Model. The Young set in a confident j place however the largest in have Vou read the a trials of bulletin land will come through try in the show will be he being v bachelors a by Jessie Chicago Park District s Trade Mann in the april Issue of president Kennedy will be in Lional Southern Garden. Jas Ebony Magazine if you Haven tour great City March 23rd to mine Camillas and blossoming please do. Help mayor Daley dedicate Magnolia Trees draped with -.--0 of Hare Airport. Speaking of Spanish Moss will be part of grads set dance a a Sci a a to a 3? hot to a of f a in i re ular 1995 Valu i Date for Alderman in the 17th America is a a Garden grows from Wells High school in 1948 Ward told a group of people in with the three identical be urged to Contact mrs. On a a meeting a the would maintain Cal Garden areas will be ar-jj16 Barch Luisch 49 w. A Mobile office in the Ward and ranged in different manner to Wolfram for a dinner Danoe o give his salary Back to the fit the activities of a Young a in e Lasalle he can afford this family a family with teen agers hotel and i believe he will because and a couple whose children Are Chew is an honest and sincere grown. The horticultural society Man is one of the sponsors of the Reune with genuine Wagner linings ? 01 d m o o i show. When i received the word that Lyric opera had signed Grace the Chicago Idle Wilders Bumbry i remembered myi Quot thank you dance is april 5 in conversation with mrs. Rebecca Irvin of Chatham who attended graces concert at the Stude ave. And mrs. Mattie Sykes 8758 s. Wabash ave. For the membership Campaign t said the party is held to Welcome contributing members and new contributors. Bonus Points totalling 500 will be Given to persons arriving on j a hat and jewelry Sale will be or before 7 30 . In addition sponsored by the Nursery Moth there will be game prizes for Jers Circle of Normal Park meth winning scores according to Odist Church 71st and s. Union mothers to hold hat and jewelry Sale at Normal pm. Elude mrs. Janel Bragg 7330 s. Baker that gave her a devoted Indiana ave. Mrs. James Clar pubic following. Grace will by 8345 s. Vernon ave. Mrs. Make her Lyric debut As the a. K. Johnson 7704 South Park Venus that caused Wieland Wagner to choose her As the first negro Singer in Bayreuth festival history. At the civic opera House during the eight week season opening oct. 4, in a sure Many of us will be going i suggest making Early Contact for your reservations. A mrs. Woodard. Persons who wish to become need fuel Oil phone to 4-2927 Chatham fuel Oil co. For 24 or. Service need Money ready Cash $50 to $800 Loans up to 24 mos. Investors commercial corp. Small leans division under state supervision 180 w. Randolph St. For fast courteous service Telephone an 37135 7. Lang Earle Robinson ave., saturday mar. 23 from 1 to 4 . In the Church Hall. The latest fashions in Spring hats and jewelry of All kinds will be on display. Committee members of the event Are mrs. Anna James 6400 s. Justine chairman mrs. Willie Mae Raines 7127 s. Carpenter St. Mrs. Evelyn Poe 7141 s. Eggleston ave. Mrs. Shelby Hickman 6512 s. Union 1 ave. And mrs. Christine Smith St. Mrs. Ethel Settle 704 w. Marquette re. And mrs. Connie the All time great Marian Anderson in concert orchestra Hall sat., May 11 the tickets at 54244 Abernathy taxi assn., inc. la Drivers As Closi As your Thoni meter rates he 7-5400 to 8-9100 o o my this week Only 1795 most cars Wiki this and buy now done to wait for prices to go up no Money Down a a si.50 per week t . Oy4l amp Oceo mrs. Colvin Roberts piano arts is pushing tickets for the Stevenson. 7215 s. Morgan ave.13rd annual cultural program the Rev. Morgan Mcleland for the trustee Board of the Rossius pizza is pastor of Normal Park methodist Church. Prominent Mother Dies Tennessee e. Clark memorial Community Center inc. In a Benefit recital featuring Lois Winrow Mezzo Soprano in me unique Beauty school i 936 w. 63rd St. Dailey s pharmacy inc. Prop. Mrs. G. A. Dailey 532 East 79th St. I 6-5431 Hobt. D. Irown prop. Prescriptions Complete Une of cosmetics package goods magazines and babies needs free fast pickup and delivery mrs. Emmie c. Reynolds Mainor 71, Mother of three Aberdeen ave., program �hjcag0 school teachers and a i a other wembers of the Circle Pitman passed away March Are mrs. Lawrence Martin 7325 after a Brief illness. She res. Emerald ave. Mrs. Emma sided at 6042 Loomis blvd. Cox 7324 s. Emerald ave. Mrs. J mrs. Mainor had been a Chi Alene Gathing 7027 s. Green Cago resident since 1928 and had resided in the Englewood com Ujj Unity since 1934. Before making her Home in Chicago she had lived in Detroit Hartford conn., and Brooklyn n. Y. She was born in Cuthbert judge Julian p. Wilamoski ga., in 1893 and was graduated ordered that the building at 7343 j from Americus Institute Amer a. Vincennes ave. Be Demol icus ga., in 1914. She taught shed immediately. The judge held that the building is a nuisance to the neigh shampoo press and hair style children under 12 \ Day eve. Amp part time classes it terms to suit your budget a phone. Or 8-8110 clinic work i serves 2-3 4s 4-7 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order 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 oar ii or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 it it i 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.s0 3.s0 extra Liq re dlr Nti .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 Chicken boxes 20 pm Titi in lex.__4.75 10 Pic a in box_____2.45 franch pria ,25 delivered h-0-t Chorea 25e Fram 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-271t open daily 4 . To 2 . Pri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Back Ai Joie Typ tic 20yal Fras. Do Ger of for cd thru i the Rel Ai or a Ryn Evv x0�v�, 0n. A no ii. Our tie. Do such a four f and a cues. Ciet o 0\ x it v All si7fs in Blackwall East amp Whitewall available terms a Quot Low profile Quot is . Rubber co s tide Mirk for lower wider shape tires. Of m h a o of baby Back ribs with Cole slow French of pries Breed end better.,.ea9 Eta ii Ltd Iaan Eier a Alae a Coli Slaw oar owe testy recipe plat 50c 9rt foe a it pried Chicken with Cele slow French Fries Breed and better. Shrimp or Laki Firch Fries Slaw bread a better. 1.50 1.25 orders building demolished Al sax tire co. 6052 cottage Grove Dorchester 355>4 hours weekly 8 30 6 sat. 8 30 5 easy credit terms Al sax the co. Bulletin want ads pay j food special boyhood and is dangerous. The owner of the building the Exchange National Bank was ordered to pay the Cost of the demolition. Judge Wilamoski retained jurisdiction of the Case and ordered a hearing set for april 25, to determine if the City has car ried out the demolition. School for two years in Alabama and Georgia. Mrs. Mainor is survived by i her husband Nelson a. Mainor a retired government employee j three daughters and a son mrs. I Martha Wilkerson a teacher at. Fuller school mrs. Antoinette Olive a teacher at Raymond a school miss Ethelyn Mainor a teacher at Willard school and Nelson a. Mainor jr., a policeman at grand crossing station. The deceased also leaves two Sisters two Brothers and four grand children. They Are mrs. Nathaniel p. Tillman mrs. Ethel Reddick and Herman Reynolds of Atlanta ga., and Samuel Reynolds of Tampa Fla. Or. And mrs. Horace Lee of Broomfield conn., and two nephews of Chicago messes. Charles and Henry Mitchell. The funeral will be held today at 2 . At Hope presbyterian Church 61st and Loomis blvd. Rev. Herbert Jones pastor of the Church will officiate. I wonder foods super Market 1200 East 61st St. First Grade White chunk tuna Large fancy 3 cans 69 roasting chickens Golden Yam Sweet potatoes Only fancy Long Grain Rice 25 la. 10 c la. 2 la. Of bag Small lean pork shoulder roast Ripe yellow bananas Holsum salad dressing 25 11 c la. La. It. Car 35 Armour s campfire thick sliced Bacon words can to Tell How Good it is. A Ali so Revisa a i Opin a Loc a Check account with us a and write personalized checks for Only o dime Ach. That s o lot less than Money orders and you Don t have to tote Cash around. It s easier on your feet since you pay All your Bills at your Mailbox. We also provide Standard checking accounts. Come in Well recommend the account that s Thrift est for your needs. South East National Bank 43rd at Woodlawn Auto 8onk and forking Loi of 6243 univ triply a saturday bonking jew no in member it Duro it Pojta a a a who if 3-4qq0 Parker House pure pork sausage buy a Pound today Quaker White Corn meal la. Pkg. 79 5� 29 Choice aaa Blade Cut pot roast cello carrots 8c pkg. Pascal celery la. Stalk Domino pure Cane sugar 39 10 c a. La. 5 a 49c Silver cup yellow cling peaches Rath s Black Hawk luncheon meat 3-lb. Con Georgia s finest frying chickens whole 4cons 89c 21 c la Choice aaa round Steak new Green cabbage 5 c la. 69 c la Oscar Mayer s new twin pack cheese smokes 12 of. Pkg. All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order fully cooked Hoot amp lot 55 wonder foods Sale Days . Supermarket hours 8 . To 9 . Sundays 8 . To 6 . 1200 East 61st Street we Risi Ivi Thi right to limit 9uaniitiii

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