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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 1, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Civil rights Leader caught in Middle of Boycott fight w imm by Charles Ellis Gaines Kornik who slates that three lotion to this problem would of operation breadbasket a de have patrons of Collins stores Ernest t. Collins vice mands could not be acted upon one at 79th and Calumet and president and one of the Lound-1 mainly because of the Compa the other at 87th and South ers of the Seaway National by its cooperative Structure Park merely refrain from Pur Bank who contributes heavily we Jap would prohibit such a chasing certified Brand prod to All civil rights and commune As i favouring negro nets such As country Delight to organizations owns two queers 2 favouring certain i Dairy and bakery products and stores that buy through the cer Nanc Jal institutions and 3 that Raggedy Ann canned goods tidied cooperative buying negroes be put on their Board Etc. However like Many others rams is in the Middle in the erectors. I strongly urge the d k s and Collins along with his a Quot a boycotted since All Brothers and sister developed it it eaves a be comma the a bar b q House Chain of eateries featuring a mum boy another possible Solu sauce before expanding into the lion would be for certified grocery business. Shareholders to elect Ernest t. It appears that Collins Lead j Hollins to their Board of direct a ship in the Community and in 0i,s an l open up accounts at the development of first class Independence and Seaway places of business owned and Banks and follow Collins Micro iterated by Black folks would Cha dising practices of stocking entitle him to an exemption negro produced products in All current tug of War Between Sci cd a operation breadbasket and certified a general manager. Robert Kornik. A to thee we sing expert stylist or. Cindy cans chateau is ust in thu 8-2750 irom the Boycott against All certified stores. A equitable so poised ant ready to fill the air with masculine Harmony the Chicago laymen a chorus awaits the downbeat for their tenth annual concert which will be Beld at the Dunbar High school auditorium 8000 so. Parkway. Sunday nov. 5 at 4 30 pm. Windrow Moore noted Soprano will be the guest artist. Organized a Little Over to years ago to represent the laymen from the Southside of Chicago at the worldwide conference of laymen the laymen a attention businesses Complete advertising Pertum specially Avaunt he Wiy gifts. Letter Hup lushes necessities lioness Carp. Calendars Hunters a resister firms off cilia calendars ask about Coupon calendars ask about 5% discount Mack 874 9473 after 5 pm 224-3699 certified stores. In a quite sure that if All certified owners in the negro areas would band together and urge the adoption of the a operation breadbasket requests and also supported Ernest Collins for a member of their Board of directors this whole ties have been confined mainly ing entertainment. A hippies to frolic a a a boosters the hippies whose Active As other unique and scintilla Ballard 8534 Ingleside mrs. Problem could be solved. Of to the East and West coasts so Yvonne Offord 6844 Jeffrey i Allcan Donato 7205 Rhodes course this solution is too Sim its said will take Over the chairman of the dance urges mrs. Gloria Grant 6807 Chap pie and proper to be followed Southside Friday night nov. 3, All to dress As they feel Pell. Chatter by Josie Garth Barnes thursday. Ott. 26, will go terrific. Lined up to Wood Down in my memory Book not Lawn ave., two a breast a a she Only As the Day of the first said with enthusiasm. �?o60 sen snowfall of the season but also for citizens from Altgeld tiaras the Pancake Day at Dens were Here today As guests Woodlawn Chicago boys of mrs. Mabel Tillman super club 6331 University. Visor of that District. They were Pancake Day at this club dressed in White with Gold is like no other such event in badges. You should have seen this City them. They made a pretty Pic this delightful discovery was lure a she concluded made the minute i stepped into from the place cards on tattle dining Hall decorated with mss i verified that groups from the Wadsworth. Scott. Mccosh and Beale schools South East National Bank commission on youth welfare to name a few had really Given support and Many others were literally pouring in the 3rd District police dept can rest assured that they were More than adequately represented by officers Melvin Phillips no. 8574 and Richard a. Rochowicz no. 12701. I lost gleaming lights at any moment count of the number of plates of amid the Golden autumn leaves Feather Light circlets of Batter. On each table covered with cooked Golden Brown drizzled snowy White cloth were smaller taste tempting syrup and horns with plentiful realistic butter garnished with Perfec looking goodies spilling out. Tion seasoned sausages they a where is mrs. Theima consumed. Clarke a i asked of mesdames no wonder two boys who sat Bess Cade 6347 Eberhart mrs. Virginia Marshall 6627 St. Law next to me. Darnell James. 6404 chorus is now one of the most outstanding male choral groups. They have performed All Over Iii. And in other sections of the country. The membership of approximately 30 is composed of laymen from churches of All denominations through the Southside. The bulletin Booster area is aptly represented by Thomas b. Scott pres., 6228 Langley Henry Peoples exec. Sec. James t. Campbell chaplain. 6442 so. Park and Prince Marshall Dir. Horns of Peri to y hanging from the ceiling like chandeliers the grapes among the other Artif i c i a i fruits looked so real and with a Little imagination one expected them Barnes to burst into but it could work if tried. Our Woodlawn most talked about grocery there is no confusion about where to shop for your groceries when you want the Best Best foods. Come in and visit us. Center Cut lean Etc pork chops 1 g la lean pork steaks 69 c la Woodlawn food Market 6315 Woodlawn Avenue free delivery a my Stum 49376 we give top Volvo Stamps Orin 24 hours Ivery Day so i urge the exemption of Black brother Ernest t. Collins from the Boycott of the certified stores. Life is a tug of War today and outgo wins Over income. A a wednesday nov. I 1967 the bulletin during the a by a boosters annual psychedelic or hippie and in cabaret dance in Parkway Ball Joy the fun. The boosters Are holding the event to raise funds for the Washington Park Myca youth program which they have supported for a number of years. The group has raised Over $12,000 for the program according to Walter f. Worrill execute Secretary. A donations Are $2,�?� mrs. Ford revealed. A if you re late room. Event which promises to take guests a out of this world in fun and conviviality will carry a a psychedelic theme with a prize for the Best hippie. The a by a boosters invite guests to a take a a trip a with them and enjoy the moving sounds by the 7-8 notes As Well also mrs. Alva Hayden 9420 Forrest mrs. Eve Lyn Horton 750 e. 84th mrs. Regina Knight 500 by 33rd rence Bessie m. Parker 8600 Rhodes she set up the s. Leroy Emanuel Library at the club in memory of her son Martina Rosseau 6144 Loomis and Mac Fratman of the same address All of whom Are Greenwood and Calvin punchers 1140 e. 64th St., were on their 4th and 3rd Servings respectively. I agreed with them that a this food is Good a j. B. Scavenger service door checks repaired or replaced work guaranteed new and rebuilt door checks keys made for All Locka a new locks installed urn sharpened and set John Donath amp son 623s Dorchester ave. Phone Dorchester 3-2817 in or Christ Unity Temple 8601 s. State 487-0030 Rev. Johnnie Coleman minister sunday school 10 30 a rn.-11 30 . And 12-1 . Morning worship 10 30 a in and 12-1 . Wednesdays a 8 . A a Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8050 St. Lawrence a 3-3661 Rev. Richard c. Dickinson sunday Bible school 9 30 . Divine worship 1 15 . And 10 45 . A a a Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w. Englewood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 a in. A worship 10 45 . Prayer meeting a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 daily 9 30 . 4 11 30 . A a a a a Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 76th St. 483-7040 Rev. Gerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 a in. A worship 10.45 . Kelly methodist 6950 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 . A worship 10.45 . A a a a Maryland ave. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3 0677 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 . A worship to 45 . 6 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . A a a a a Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 Norman a. Nelsons pastor sunday school and Bible Classet 9 30 . Worship 9 30 amp la . St. Mark s evangelical lutheran 8800 s. Langley a 3-2246 Paul k. Hanson pastor service with holy communion 8 30 . Sunday school and adult last 9 30 . Family worship it . A a if it a mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6 3232 t. C. Lightfoot or a pastor Church school 9 15 . A worship la . Prayer meeting a wednesdays 7 45 . A a if a a St. John .e. 6201 s. Throop a 5-3705 David e. Readye minister sunday school 9 30 . A worship 10 45 . It it if it it our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Muon Gundermann pastor sunday school 9 30 . A worship la . A a a aaa St. Phillips lutheran 6232 s. Eberhart Rev. Simon Bodley or. Temple of divine science 1326 e. 63rd do 3-7232 Rev. L. M. Williams minister sunday school 9 45 a in. A worship la . 4 1 30 pm. Help and bless tuesday 12-8 . Prayer band Friday evening 8 . It it if in it Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd 483-3115 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 a in. A worship 10 55 . It it if it it Cathedral of love m. B. Church 360 East 75th Street 846-7961 Rev. C. S. Flanagan pastor sunday school 9 30 . A morning worship 10 45 . . 4 00 . We re counting on widespread. Support from our friends in i those areas As Well As the legions who be supported our of mrs. Myrle Shands 9655 la volunteers or members of the Salle miss Leola Sturgis 7205 woman a auxiliary. And so Rhodes and mrs. Mildred Wil Busy taking tickets keeping the Liams 3420 cottage. Lines moving giving out plates a because most of our Mem Etc. Hers Are residents of the com no one had to answer my in to n i t i e s the bulletin question for mrs. Clarke i Booster newspapers serve j Rector of the Board of manag other boosters giving their chairman enthusiastic assistance Are mrs Glenda Gwynn p r e s i de n to mrs. Dorothea Brown 8624 Prairie mrs. Ann ers saw my and came Over with a warm greeting. A the crowd has been 24 hour dependable service 8039 Dobson St 3-0524 forts so beautifully through the a cars a mrs. Offord added. Area resident is member of r. U. Committee a amp a alumni take trek to Alma mater an enthusiastic group representing the membership of an Englewood resident is As the Chicago chapter of assisting with the planning of an Bania a amp m College alumni a open House tour of the a gathered recently in the Home Mous historic and recently of alumni Secretary mrs. Aud re opened auditorium theater of Ria Simpson where plans were Roosevelt University. Finalized for a trek to their mrs. Morris m. Banks 6333 Alma mater. Carpenter is a member of the the group left oct. 20 aboard women a scholarship Assoria Tion of the University which will launch a tour of the auditorium by parents of the freshman and Junior classes on wednesday nov. 8, at 7 30 . A chartered bus for Huntsville ala., where they swelled the crowd routing for a amp m bulldogs to win Over the Bethune Cookman wildcats of Daytona Beach fla., oct. 21. Let us Gean your rugs carpets and upholstery the Safe Way Ste tit Cak Pkt and Kilt it cleaners Quot personal touch Quot cleaning service no soaking no scrubbing no upset House colors come alive fibres revived. Dry in a few hours. A to j of you have a physical Handicap that interferes with your use of the Telephone please let us know. It a in we want to help. Part of our Job is making sure that All our customers have full and unhindered use of their Telephone. Sometimes we have to do something a Little special to bring phone service in line with a person s restricted abilities. For example we be developed services to help people who Are Blind hard of hearing or have impaired vocal cords. And we be priced them with no intent to profit. Some regular services such As speakerphones or automatic dealers a May help people who Are paralysed or be fast. In addition we be designed special equipment for individual needs. But there Are a lot of problems we done to even know about. If you have any trouble using your phone wed like to hear from you. Or if you have a handicapped Friend who cannot Contact us himself we would appreciate it if you would Call us for him. Give us a Call or drop us a line and Well be glad to come out and discuss your particular problem and do our Best to solve it for you. The solution May be right on the shelf in our warehouse. If not Well be glad to suggest an original combination of services. There a no obligation of course. By sharing your particular problem with us you la also help All our other customers with a difficulty similar to yours. Please feel free to discuss your phoning difficulties with our personal service specialist. Call 727-4421. From the suburbs Call collect. Or write . Box 5995, Chicago 111. 60606. Or Send for our free Booklet Telephone communication for the handicapped. Just fill in the Coupon below and Send to Illinois Bell Telephone. A Illinois Bell Telephone 1 p. O. Box 5995 1 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 i name. Chicago Illinois 60606 please Send me your free Booklet Telephone communication for the handicapped. 1 1 i address. I i i i i i i w. City. State. Zip. Illinois Bell Telephone part of the nationwide Bell system a w

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