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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 26, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Dont Gamble with i your Eye sight prescription Eye glasses smile is a bifocals $2.00 Mori Sun glasses Eye exam. $3.00 200 frames to choose from no appt. Necessary a optometrists or. Leonard e. Lasker or. Edward i. Lieberman includes lenses and frames 846 w. 79th St. 723-4688 other offices in Harvey Calumet City Chicago Heights by Anne Tyson Page 2-Section i May 26, 19f6 Tiff Builtin slate Chew for fair during the week Long services celebrating the seventh anniversary of or. Frank k. Sims pastorate at Ebenzer Baptist Church several noted ministers will join in the festivities. Or. Martin Luther King will deliver the main address Friday May 27th at a banquet in Mccormick place. Others Are Rev. A. Patterson Jackson Rev. John Thurston Rev. E. E. Franklin the Rev. Clarence h. Cobbs and Rev. Anderson Brown of Indianapolis ind. Mrs. Allay Green is general chairman of the anniversary. Over 1000 people attended the sixth wards annual Charles f. Armstrong memorial dinner Friday. Or. E. Franklin Jackson democratic National committeeman for the District of Columbia and National president ministers and Layman a association african methodist episcopal Zion Church was the guest speaker. The Robert h. Miller youth organization s $250.00 scholarship was presented to a 1966 High school graduate during the program. Co chairman and committee woman of the 6th. Ward mrs. William Thomas Galloway s plans were interrupted by the death of her brother in Gary Indiana. So Mother was Here from California for the banquet also. Lewis a. H. Caldwell regular democratic candidate for state representative in the 29th. Iii. Legislative District was executive chairman of the dinner. Mrs. George b. Johnson of 8418 Indiana ave., has been elected a trustee of provident Hospital and training school. Aside from her family of four children she is vice j president of her husbands firm j Johnson products inc. She is i also a member of the Board of directors of the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce. The Hospital is observing its 75th. Anniversary. Beautiful Glendale country club will Bath setting for the third annual win by City Golf club and Bridge tournaments scheduled for Juno 1st. Proceeds from this Effort will go to the Washington Park . For it s summer Camp program. Tried to make it Over to grand crossing Field House sunday to see Bill Hooks Dis-1 play and also to the Vera Shipp advisory Board meeting at j Seaway Bank but the Surprise birthday dinner party mrs. J John Grady gave for her bus j band lasted All Day and she1 demanded me to stay. However sunday evening we had a most enjoyable time at the j funeral directors wives thank you dance at the Parkway ballroom. My hostess mrs. Orville Ham right was most charming wearing Green flowing silk Chiffon Ball gown. Other guest at her table were or. And mrs. Lee Mills she in shocking Pink Short formal. Mrs. Rose Grant vice president of the leagues and still can to believe she actually won $21.00 at the Derby. Or. And mrs. William Harding or. And mrs. Otha Smith she so sad because in an Accident her foot was Hurt and she Wear her new shoes. A a boots wearing Blue print cocktail dress. Mrs. Eddie King had not returned from California and As Eddie says a a in a doing the baby sitting mrs. Adolphus Rivers in Michael Reese Hospital Langford Spraggins jr., in Billings Glenn Mcadoo in provident Hospital Buster Lofton in Michael Reese. So get out the cards. The Hyde Park Ken Wood auxiliary of the Illinois childrens Home and Aid society realized about $10,000 from the train party Well i certainly Hope the organization is pleased with their financial report because we had a Ball. We at the bulletin sure have a lot to stick out our Chest about. Our own Bull teen editor miss Angela Parker is a Deb this year and will be presented by the links at the Palmer House in june. There a quite a bit of conversation about the up to daters social and Charity clubs Benefit. June 26, at the candlelight playhouse and the stage play is a a How to succeed in business without really trying. Cocktails dinner and dancing All for $10.00. And the United negro College fund will Benefit. Mrs. Malchom Scipio is chairman and mrs. Helen Sims is president of the club. A most Showtime a a touch of Spring is the theme of the annual fashion extravaganza sponsored by the Emmanuelit club in the lower auditorium of the Emmanuel Baptist Church 6820 Emerald May 29, at 4 . Tickets for this affair can be purchased from the chairman mrs. Ruby Nichols at 483-0302. The a touch of Spring scene of the show will be carried out by Many models. The guest Model for the affair will be the honorable Alderman Charles Chew. Professional models will be Louise Baker Ruth Craig Gertrude love Rochelle Chandler and Albert a a Duke Cheeves. Fashions will also be featured from Franks depart ment store 813 w. 79th St. An added attraction will be miss Gloria Camarillo feature ing Spanish styles from Mexico City mrs. Viola Moore of the Chicago theological Seminary wives club and especially for the kiddies Grady Mccullum formerly with the Harlem globetrotters. It s graduation time at the Vera Shipp modelling and finishing school 619 e. 87th St., and once again the school is wrapped in plans for their annual graduation Benefit and dance review fashion extravaganza. This year the affair will swing on june 12 at the Ascot Motel Hoo Michigan ave., beginning at 5 . The exciting ladies in the above photo booming by telling the world about the annual affair Are from left mrs. Venita Varnado 7028 Eberhart ave. Mrs. Violet James of 3150 w. 19th pm. Proprietress Vera Shipp 619 e. 87th St. Mrs. Gloria Bernal 421 Marshall Gary Rachael Berry also of Gary mrs. Theasel Varnado 6712 Wabash Sidney re so 619 e. 87th St. And mrs. George Brockmond 5300 Lake Park ave. Pm Manor neighbor Council in annual award ceremony the Park Manor neighbors Community Council will present its 1st annual awards dinner at the elegant vinzants 936 e. 87th St., june 19. The theme of the occasion is to Honor those dedicated persons and institutions which have rendered extraordinary services to the Community. Duplicate awards will be Given to the bulletin paper for their outstanding contribution in news presentation and communication in the Community. Churches in the Community Roosevelt u. To offer june computer classes a Day to remember the historic Salem lutheran Church held its annual luncheon for women of the Church at 7400 Calumet May 21. It was truly a Day to remember As the weather blossomed finally temperatures soared to a 85 degree Zenith Over the week end. Pictured Here from left to right enjoying the fete Are mrs. Ore Crawford 4911 Greenwood Emma Brodbeck 7930 w. 129th, Palos Park Hazel Glover 6142 Eberhart mrs. Philip Williams 4929 Greenwood luncheon chairman and mrs. Alan Christian 4259 Wabash. Water safety tips could save a life this summer six a life preservers a Are rec a Long distance swimming have commended for hundreds of someone in a boat accompany thousands of Chicago area you. Families expected to take part in water sports this summer. The swimming and boating season opens for most people on memorial Day weekend. Eur i Lan Kortage chairman of water safety services for the mid America chapter american red Cross offers these Lif Esav j ing tips 1. Learn to swim of you can 1 swim a Little learn to swim better. Red Cross will offer swim classes at 300 Chicago land pools in june and july. 2. Never swim alone. For 3. Swim where there Are lifeguards or where the water is posted a Safe for 4. Before diving make sure the water is deep enough and that there Are no hidden objects under the surface. 5. Don t depend on an inner tube or inflated toy to hold you up. 6. Of you Haven to been swimming since last summer take it easy at first. Wait an hour after eating before going into the water. Kortge said red Cross re new mergers county clerk Edward j. Bar rett last week issued marriage licenses to the following connies Luther Norton 8825 Wabash and Bernie Horne 1264 74th pm Lucius r. Johnson. 4418 Pra Irie and Diane Davis 7705 Langley Thomas j. Miles jr., 8055 Avalon and evonne Harvey 8726 Michigan Roosevelt Wilder 4511 Champlain. And Catherine Tyler 6031 Dorchester Willie e. Daniel 959 w. 72nd St., and Dorothy Dolton 6736 Hals Ted Joseph c. Curtis 6125 Drexel and Daisy s. Ball. 6125 Drexel Cornell m. Ready 6500 Sangamon. And dossier r. Whitworth. 6911 Emerald Roy Robinson 727 e. 60th St., and june f. Price 6016 Indiana Herman Glenn 6546 Kim bark and Dixie Bee Lee 6546 Kim bark Ernest Lee Macklin. 938 e. 81st St., and Lydia m. Charleston 423 Homan Bennie Pittman 7011 Laflin and Anne Thigpen 7011 Laflin. Cords show 80 persons died in j water sports accidents in Chi j Eagland last summer. He said 12 drowned in swimming and boating accidents Over one j weekend a june 26-27. Quot sixty of the 80 fatalities occurred because the victims did t know How to swim overestimated their ability or used poor judgement when an Accident occurred a stated Kortge. One Hundred fifty thousand Chicago Atul residents Are expected to enrol in the 1966 massive a learn to swim program offered by red Cross Chicago Park District Chicago Board of education and scores of suburban agencies. Last year Over 40,000 persons were awarded certificates showing they had mastered swimming skills. A a there a no excuse for people going into the water and not knowing How to swim or not wearing a life jacket a de dared Kortge. He said red Cross has a Booklet for parents a teaching Johnny to its available for Twenty five cents from the red Cross at 43 e. Ohio. There Are no special educational requirements for courses in computer technology that will be held this summer at Roosevelt University according to or. Lucy Ann Marx director of the division of continuing education. While open to All the Roosevelt University program in computer technology also offers courses for those already in the Field seeking advancement and for business executives who need to understand computer concepts or. Marx added. The six a e e k summer courses meet twice a week during the evenings 6 9 ., or saturdays 9 . 4 . They run from june 13 through july ?3. Enrolment May be for individual courses or in a five course certificate program Entrance to the certificate program requires the approval of the division of continuing education. All courses Are taught in Roosevelt University a computer Center by members of the staff. Students will have the Opportunity to actually use the computers according to the Center s director Mathias j. Jenovai. Two sessions of a Survey of ism data processing machines will be held. One meets monday and wednesday evenings the other saturdays. Offered on tuesday and thursday evenings and again on saturdays Are introduction to Basic ism 1401 programming and on advanced seminar in programming the ism 1401 computer. Other courses offered Are one in programming the recently introduced ism system 360, which meets monday and wednesday evenings one in systems and procedures tuesday and thursday evenings and programming the ism 1620 computer on saturdays. Application May be made immediately through the division of continuing education Roosevelt University 430 s. Michigan ave. Additional information is available from the University a office of educational information a 2-3580, ext. 319. Namely St. Columbanus greater institutional ., new covenant missionary Baptist St. Peters lutheran St. Marks Zion Salem lutheran Martin Temple Zion Kelly methodist Park Manor congregational Ingleside Whitfield methodist Park Manor Christian and Shiloh 7th Day adventist will be presented awards for unselfishly making their physical facilities such As auditoriums available to the pm no a Community organization. Individuals will receive awards by nomination from their respective Block clubs and screening by an awards committee. Judge Sidney a. Jones or. Of the circuit court of Cook coun i to will make the awards pre i sensation. Tickets Are now available at the Ponc office 7105 South Park ave., St 3-2850 or obtained from Block club representatives in the Community. Atty. Zedrick Brodenjr. Is the Council president. Mason Alired hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 212 i. 71it St. St 3-8932 Sells your car the bulletin Booster newspaper guarantees to sell your car for Only $2.00 no gimmicks no hitches you place your want ads Only one. And pay Only $2.00 for advertising until your car it Soldi it s easy to do when you place your $2.00 want and and pay for it we will publish your want and for a full month or until your car is told. If you have not Solo your car after the first month Call us and Tell us and we will continue to print your and free until your car is sold. We guarantee to sell your car for Only $2 come in now to Start your and 639 e. 71st or Call an a taker at St 3-1040 restorations copies of family pictures expert photography since 1890 Dodge Hepburn studios jr550 s Hai St d St Roo a new lease on life for your furniture we re expertly qualified to rebuild your furniture from the Frame out. Free estimates. Brooks upholstery 1524 West 63rd St. Phone 925-4525 a Book can take you anywhere you want to go in time and space. Through its pages you la meet great men and women. Visit strange lands and take part in historical events. Recapture the feeling of adventure by Reading Good books. The Chicago Public Library invites you to begin now beaming prettily in her new american airlines stewardess uniform is Joanne Scott daughter of or. And mrs. Maurice Scott of 7027 Bennett ave. Miss Scott was recently awarded her Silver wings after completing a seven week training course at the american flight stewardess College in fort Worth Texas. She is a graduate of Parker High school and a former Art student at Howard University. She is assigned to flight duty at o Hare International Airport. Her hobbies Are painting and sketching. She has sold some of work. Rossi s pizza All our pizzas Are made fresh is baked to order for 2 for 3 for 4 sausage. 1.50 2.00 3.00 mushroom. 1.50 2.00 3.00 Green Pepper .1.50 2.00 3 00 anchovies. 1.50 2.00 3.00 onion or garlic. 1.50 2.00 3.00 tuna or Olive 1.50 2.00 3.00 cheese. 1.25 2.00 2.50 extra ingredients.50 .50 1.00 Pepperoni. 2.00 2.50 4.00 shrimp. 2.00 2.50 4.00 Bacon. 2.00 2.50 4.00 Coney Island .2.50 3.00 5 00 for 5 Farn. 4.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 1.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 Soo Soo Soo Soo 4.00 1.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 7.00 delivered h-0-t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. A sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Chicken boxes 20 pieces in Box .$4.75 16 to. $375 to to. $245 barbecued add 25 to 50c barbecued Back ribs with Cole Slaw French Fries of bread and butter French Fries order shrimps i la. With sauce Perch i la. With sauce Fried Chicken half Cole Slaw Fries bread butter $1.50 shrimp dinner $1.50 Perch dinner $1.35 Cole Slaw of. ,50c it. .90c conscientiously yours the prescription your doctor writes May Call for numerous ingredients. These must be compounded precisely a measured weighed powdered sometime heated sometimes chilled and ultimately blended into a Medicine. Your pharmacist must be exactly right with his Grams cubic centimetres percentage and other scientific guideposts. During the process to the exclusion of All else we Are in every Way a conscientiously your servant. 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 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 74th Halsted be Corner 71st-South Park new Corner s a 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 win Cash pay your bulletin news boy get your sweepstakes receipt. No obligation see Page i for details sen 701 e. 79th St. Chicago. Illinois Lien ions phone 783-0234

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