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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 8, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Ald. Shannon sponsors youth awards nov. To wednesday nov. 8,1967 the Buu tin Twenty one youngsters will Adrian Bradd Virgil Clark Alfred Cathy Michael Delaney Holmes and Bruce enjoy some precious moments in the limelight on Friday nov. Rodney to 7 30 ., when they Are j Lonie. Given special awards at Ogden i also Ranson Mitchell Ricky Park 6500 Throop under the Moore George Meadows an sponsorship of 17th Ward Alder-1 Thony Porter Bobbie Ruth Man William h. Shannon 7465 James Ruth Edward Sowell Michael Simmons Edward Hington Alfred Webster and Vincennes. The youths members of Chicago Cardinal will be honoured at a banquet for Englewood a tournament of champions. The tournament was held labor Day weekend at Ogden Park where eight baseball teams participated. Special guest third baseman by Williams of the Chicago cubs and Alderman Shannon. Members of the w inning team to be honoured Are Neville Brown Alius Brown Roderick Brown Jesse Baines Alexander Webster. Coaches of the team include Tom Washington and Al Cathy. Rev. R. C. Parnelle will deliver the invocation. Special invited guests who Are said to have contributed to a ill to activities of a e baseball 1 tournament Are Jerry Graybill of the City Bank or. Charles Monroe Dean of Wilson City College Chester a. Podosek of Henry a drive in and Al Traugott manager Sears 63rd and hoisted store. Area residents at Midwest Union meet Chath mites Here a some Welcome news irs District office changes phone Here san invitation few bulletin readers will be unable to resist. Your Chatham Walgreen advises a win a thanksgiving Turkey a anyone can enter his name for one of these big plump thanksgiving turkeys to be Given away every Day for to Days starting nov. 9 at 87th and cottage Grove. A a there a nothing to buy a Richard r. Schneider told the Southside bulletin. A shoppers merely sign free entry Blanks any time they re in the Walgreen store and done to have to be present at drawings to drawings will be held daily from nov. 9 through nov. The Chicago internal Revenue service District office in no. Dearborn now have new 18, and a Turkey will be award a Telephone numbers e. C. Coyle de every Day it was further i jr., District director informed disclosed. The Walgreen stores will Post it Seripap it is Carly two week winners name after each daily e changeover is part of a drawing. Names will remain up program to have All govern until All winners Are posted ment agencies in the downtown posted entrants Are urged to Stop in often to see if they re a Winner and to sign up again. In a on one Exchange. The internal Revenue service District office Exchange �?o222�?� has been converted to �?o353�?�. A the More often shoppers the numbers most reenter the greater their chances fluently called by taxpayers Are to win a Schneider pointed out t a x p a y e r service now a these High Quality turkeys 353-3200 tax a forms now will weigh from 18 to 20 pounds 8533163 and tax audit now and can be picked up by Tho Winner at his or her convenience a he added. Chatha mites shop at Walgreen at 87th and cottage. You might Trot Home with a free thanksgiving Turkey a like Young a like Fine seven bulletin area residents were among 14 Southside Union representatives who attended a two Day Midwest conference of the office and professional workers Union at the Knickerbocker hotel oct. 28-29. They were mrs. Ann Ellington 7238 Calumet mrs. Carrie blown 8105 state miss Elizabeth Smith 1521 w. 62nd St. Mrs. Marilyn merchant 8105 state mrs. Magdalen mibs 9740 Woodlawn mrs. Audrey Harris 8252 Bernart mrs. Host University acted As the unit. According to miss Carolyn Combs Secretary treasurer of local 391, the sessions were a working learning educational two Day meeting. A Farmers All was the consensus of the guests who attended the annual fashion fair sponsored by just �?o4�?� social club at Lake Meadows club saturday oct. 14. Besides modelling their fabulous fashion wares these Young ladies displayed their natural Charm to great advantage. Models from left Are miss Cynthia Carelle 5925 Justine miss Deborah Cole 7438 Michigan mrs. Be gunday Brown. 7146 Vernon and miss Marie Homer 954 e. 84th pl., former teen writer for the bulletin. Photo by i. Twine Hirsch proves its involvement plan Early Success to promote Harriett Clark 7936 Ingleside. I. Local 391. Representing 0f. Cultivation of intelligence Floe employees of roosevelt1 is one of the tenets in the Philo Ike the Man from Mississippi says Quot its just Good eating Quot special this week succulent the1 Sophy of education at Hirsch ment program at Hirsch arc High school 7740 Ingleside. In Avalon Park Cornell Dixon keeping with this philosophy an Madison Park Manor Revere exciting program has been in i Ruggles and Sbarbaro. Plemen Ted at Hirsch the bul a eth a is a new and exciting Lehn has been informed. Quality program particularly late in september 50 Young j pointed at qualified eighth sters who Are High achievers i Grade students. These Ambi and currently eighth graders in Titus youngsters go to Hirsch Hirschy so a feeder schools were for an Early class on their own recommenced for beginning time and return to their respect classes in latin or algebra for live schools for a full Day a a a which they will receive High spokesman for Hirsch recount Squirrel dinners a Choice of two vegetables a dessert two great locations 414 East 61st St. -415 East 79th St. School credit. In addition to receiving High school credit for the course pupils will gain More flexibility in their High school programs when they enrol next year. The latin student May continue with latin ii or elect another language if he desires. The algebra student will have an Opportunity of taking a total of five years of High school mathematics or choosing other electives to fit his needs. Elementary schools in District number 27 Are participating in the Early involve Beauty care today la misty today lots of exotic things Are being done with coloured Eye shadows. They can be applied in layers. This Quot layered look can be very effective if done properly. What Are some color combinations you can use Brush on Blue cake Shadow from Center lid to brow. Now use Pink Shadow under the Blue Center Patch. Extend the Pink to Eye Corners. Dot Bottom lid and line the upper lid with Blue liner. Try this look. Put yellow just under the brow. Apply Green Cream Shadow where the lid creases. Use Emerald powder Shadow on the lid itself. Use an Olive liquid Eye liner. Suggestion Don t forget to apply these Shadow combinations lightly. They Are to compliment the Eye not draw attention away from it. Watch next week for Brunette make up tips. Beauty Rama International welcomes you to our full service Solon we spec Olive in International coif Feur creations for the finest service on wigs wiglets Falls Ond mens hair pieces a come to Beauty Rama International 2231 East 71st Street Telephone 752 1919 Foi your appointment Podoyl cd. The program is designed to hold and attract the Best students and to ensure the Hirsch graduate Quality preparation for College Entrance. William j. Kelleher. Hirsch High principal along with the latin and algebra teachers engaged in this Early involvement program is extremely pleased with the results achieved so far. The program also has met with enthusiasm and wide Community acceptance. Gayety to reign at St. Joachim a gala camaraderie will reign sunday nov. 12 when the altar and Rosary society of St. Joachim Church 700 e. 91st, plays Host during a cabaret dance for the Church at the Dorchester inn 155th and Harper 155th South and 1500 East. The society the bulletin was informed is leaving a no Stone unturned a in its efforts to provide a colourful and Gay evening for the Large number of guests it expects to attract to this a gala gala for St. Joachim. A this affair which we Hope will be one Long remembered by our friends promises to be a stupendous spectacular entertainment Wise As Well a mrs. Adele b. Duncan 360 e. 85th pl., publicity chairman re j sealed. A this is a Chance for All of us to get better acquainted and to socialize with parishioners. But most important in so doing we re helping the Parish mrs. Julia Eva Moore 9318 South Park the new president and mrs. Sue Helm 437 e. 91st pl., general chairman Are lavish in their Praise of the a Lovely cooperative group of ladies assisting the altar and Rosary society to make this gala affair an elaborate Kershaw second graders to take the spotlight second graders at Ker it develops that already the i Shaw elementary school 6420 Chesterfield Community and St Joachim a parishioners and friends have indicated that the cabaret dance will be unmatched in conviviality and Gayety. A a we re providing for our guests a program which includes the incomparable sunny Pepper a comedy team and miss Paula Greer a very talented Singer. A and when one says Morris Ellis and his orchestra one can be assured of the most scintillating of music for dancing and for our show a mrs. Duncan added. She emphasized Lowe will have a their Day on nov. 15 when school Community representatives turn the spotlight on them during a afternoon with the sharing the hostess role will be second Grade teachers mrs. Camille Presswood 6650 Peoria school reporter revealed. A a we re putting our second graders in the forefront this Day so that parents May become aware of their children a Progress a mrs. Press Wood added. Sale 643-2603 Sale rugs need cleaning 2 rooms 600 so. It 0nly.c> on Why pay More fill 45 our work personalized to meet your requirements your carpet pile is vacuumed and raised before and after proper shampooing. Upholstered furniture cleaning clean fabrics last longer mime shop cleaners 1425 e. 67th place three phones three 483-4122 643-2603 874-8273 thanksgiving decorations Horn a store a school Turkey a Horn of plenty. Soil loaves artificial fruit and Flowers Dietz Oist. Co. S036 s. Ashland he 3-r353 hours t 30-5 . Sat. Till noon fall cleaning special 69 a Ach pants shirts Slacks skirts jackets sweaters suits amp Plain dresses $ 13s Coats 165 up i Lite cleaners St laundry 753 e. 75th St. Hour 7 . To 7 Or Quality cleaning phone 723-9851 free pickup amp delivery w. Thompson prop n la Hart of Ingwood with Inglewood in of Hart �?�91 la i in but Rill Soma wag one said Quot thar a tire Way to comm vital o in age Phon telegraph�?111 o woman Quot he could Alto Odd Quot toll o Mon Quot thu Uil Ihori that people a we communicate whether in a Tord action or attitude. This ii because we Are mad Quot in the image of god Quot god must communicate for he it the Quot speaking he must have that Fellowship created by communication. In fact he it a Fellowship he it a divine he it father son Ond holy spirit communicating with each other and fellow shipping together in a shared love. You see Quot god is Sot this love it not reserved just for the Trinity god wants you to get in on this love. He yearns to communicate hit love to you. Tor Quot god so loved Tho he gave. The salvation Amy Englewood Carp 6312 a he ital he Tim Msty official contest rules Quot Why i read the bulletin newspapers Quot 1. In 50 words or less write Why i read the bulletin newspapers Quot and mail to the bulletin newspaper 639 e. 71st Street Chicago Illinois 60619. 2. A winning entry will be selected each week for a four week period beginning october 25, 1967. 3. Each weekly Winner will receive a $25.00 Cash prize. 4. All entries will receive a three month subscription to the bulletin. 5. A grand prize Winner will be chosen at the end of the four week period the grand prize will be a weekend trip to Las vegas for two All expenses paid. Hurley Green editor will accompany As Host grand prize Winner will be announced in bulletin anniversary Issue december 6th 6. There is no limit to the number of letters that May be submitted. 7. The weekly wieners will make up the eligible for the grand prize. 8. Judging will be done by an impartial panel of residents selected from the Community. 9. Letters will be chosen for sincerity and knowledge of the papers past publications. To. Employees of the economist newspapers inc. Are not eligible and All letters will become the property of the bulletin newspaper. Name. entry form address. Phone. Additional entry forms May be obtained at the following participating firms Lincoln store for men state farm insurance Daley pharmacy Bob Nelson amp Ernie Banks Ford Sapstein Bros pharmacy Roberts jewelry amp Home furnishings Sams athletic Wear inc. Chesterfield Federal Independence Bank bermans men amp women Wear concept restaurant amp ballroom Charles amp Evelyn Fine apparel Travis realty sportsman Center inc. Glidden faints Chicago City Lank 533 e. 79th St 622 e. 79th St 532 e. 79th St 7600 Stony Island 83rd at Cottle Grove 6317 cottage Grove 7521 cottage Grove 8300 cottage Grove 7936 cottage Grove 529-31 e 71st St 7919-21 s. Hasted St 746 e. 79th St 840 e 87 St 755 e 87th St 209 e 79th St 63rd amp hoisted St Kean Oil amp amp to 8-3000 same management for Over 35 years i

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