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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 19, 1964, Chicago, Illinois A tide a a v personalized hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 212 e. 71st St. St 3-8932 last seasons highly successful wedding of culture and entertainment a to make a poet Black a has been booked for nov. 21 performances in Roberts Penthouse 6632 South Park. The Arthur Dixon Pat will present the professional cast in two showings one at 8 30 . And another at Midnight. Credit for the virtually new wrist goes to Conrad Kent Rivers poet writer and Milton Lamb actor. The show s title comes from coun tee Cullen a poem. A yet do i critics have hailed a to make a poet. Blacks As a a skillful interweave of negro poetry and the show employs the simplest of settings and will be performed in cabaret theater style. Tile words of negro poets punctuated and underscored by the Folk songs provide the emotional Impact. The role of Reader la so handled by both Terri Turner and Louise Jenkins last season will be performed by Louise Pruitt Dumetz an experienced actress. Miss Dumetz like her predecessors has a Rich background in theater. She has performed with such personalities As Lucky Cordell Sid Mccoy Oscar Brown. Jr., and Broadway actor Fred a the Blacks Pinkard among others. A Long time performer with the old sky loft players miss Dumetz reunites with former sky Lofter Lamb in this show. During the heyday of the sky loft players the two won several Jabberwocky awards for their performances together. A Rivers is not Only the principal writer and originator of the show but he is a featured Reader. I he is Well known among negro in it etry fans As a frequent con to National magazines and anthologies. He recently was cited by time Magazine As one of the leading new poets. Folksong Are handled by Waller Mcconner who joined the cast last Winter. His Mastery of the guitar and effective punctual lion and underscoring in song Are vital ingredients. Aside from i Many starring roles with the sky loft players Lamb has been a radio announcer film narrator and vocalist. He considers his role As la. Brett Charles in the widely acclaimed summer theater production of a deep Are the roots his favorite portrayal. A newcomer to the cast. Is Jerry Jackson. Jackson is a former member of Milwaukee a summer Little theater workshop. Primarily serving in an a capacity with the cast he will be spotlighted in several selections. I be been thinking and in a not so sure that Friday the 13th was t a bad Luck Day. I talked with Many persons who were very scary that the 10th annual poetry Day Celebration and Ebony Falchion fair were held on the same evening. Anyway five great poets read from their own works at orchestra Hall Friday with a reception and supper afterwards in the Casino. Among the honoured ports were Park Manors Gwendolyn Brooks mrs. Henry i Lakley. Sponsored by poetry Magazine the occasion represented a distinguished chapter in the history of literary events. As one writer said poetry has a restricted audience and does not reach everyone directly a but it influences the people who matter the ones who shape another writer said a novels generally reach i a bigger audience but so often influence the wrong people whereas poetry has clearly in i Luen cd great world meanwhile Crown theatre Over a and the Rossius pizza. So re a i All our Madi fresh amp sausage mushroom Green Perper Anchovy garlic or onion a amp a cheese extra ingredient Pepperoni Patti shrimp pizza Coney Island Chicken boxes to places in box___4.75 to pieces in Box 2.45 French Fries. Order.,25 delivered h o 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 . Barb a Raby Back ribs with Cole Slaw French o of Fries. Breed and 2-j 41 4-7 pizzas Are baked to order $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3 of 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 4 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 2.50 3.50 .50 1.00 1.00 a 2.50 4.00 5.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 6.00 Cole Slaw our own tatty recipe pie 50e quart toc a Fried Chicken with Cole slew French it Fries bread end butter i .3 j shrimp or Lak Pirch f Fries Slaw Braad a butter i Adarie Ebony muskets for needy with Only to per Emetil of i lie amount needed already eol jetted the in pie Wood Goni Unity organization this week stepped up its Campaign to secure funds for t thanksgiving Basket for needy families of the area. Entitled a Quot operation. Thanksgiving Gasket Moo officials estimated that approximately 82000 is needed to make the program a Success. The Rev. David m. Ready Meo president and pastor of greater St John methodist Church 6201 Throop stated that food contributions for the project should he brought to the Church and that Cash donations should he taken to Mfd Headquarters 733 a. 61th St. Getting their publicity Campaign into High gear Aion Clay evening nov. 16, Are left to right mrs. Edna Taylor 6438 Emerald co chairman of the drive mrs. Emma Green 6131 Leona chairman t he Rev. David e. Readye Joseph samples 733 w. 64th St., commission on youth welfare Robert l. Jack 6123 daisies gook county Public Aid Aud airs. A Irginia Poore 6319 Emerald ego Secretary. Eco prepares 500 food baskets for thanksgiving i dub. Five Hundred baskets of contributors to the pro Edna Taylor. 6438 Emerald Rob two other sororities on the food will be distributed wednes Gram include the Englewood bus-1 Ert l Tiack fair habited and Northern Illinois Campus Alpha welfare iness menus association in add three at Niu pledge a a three area residents were among seven co eds at Northern Illinois University Dekalb 111., who have been pledged by Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. They Are Linda Joy Collins 6418 Carpenter Leslie l. Collins 7105 Michigan and Veronica Hall. 6933 South Chicago. The pledge organization is called the Ivy Leaf Day nov. Committee to by the of the Englewood Hon Joseph samples 733 Ai. 64th St. Dubs. I tile Rev. David e. Readye coordinating the efforts of Par pastor St. John e. Church tic Pating groups Are mrs. Vir eco. To area churches and Block Community organization to needy families in the Englewood area. For the fourth successive year eco in cooperation with the Ginia Poore. 6519 Emerald mrs. Cook county department of pub lie Aid and the Englewood com by a g Ihm a ass Wal far 18 zoning Board hears mrs. Emma Green. 6434 Peoria chairman of Tho welfare commit tee says a realizing we have better than 4.000 people on welfare in the Englewood area it might seem insignificant to give away Delta i and Alpha Sigma Alpha also accepted pledges bringing the total to 15. The 15 Are in addition to those 6201 Throop is the president of announced earlier said or. Ruth 4 Englewood appeals the zoning Board of a Thom 500 baskets but with the help of Beld Public hearings tues mits tile i ubic Aid department and., the youth commission families i Day on appllcat�?~0ns involve for. Arditi will be carefully screened for the More needy ones. Jka4smdl w to a ill31-? i a let in Simi in of w imn Mhz it. Oak i Awn our greatest portrait offer to Days of v nov. 23 dim nuv.2h 8 x to portraits Are taken at Franks by nationally advertised Alice in co Lorland in photographing children. 8"x Ion Oil coloured c finished in Beautiful genuine Oil tints he professional artists. Delicately applied oils so pleasing for childrens portraits to match your Childs hair eyes Aud complexion clothing excluded. Plus 50 handling wrapping insurance both stores 813 w. 79th a Corner Green 4832 w. 95th a just West of Cicero ctn do a or Mon thru Fri 9 30 of 9 store hours tues. Wed. 930 to 5 30 . Sat. 9 30 to 6 . Closed thanksgiving Day thurs., Noy. 26th the zoning Board of a Thomas. He is seeking repair per and a permit allowing an ional exit. I zoning changes in Englewood the permits had been denied neighbourhoods. By the zoning administrator. The James and Ralph non ton premises Are in an r3 general owners of a 3-Story Brick apart residence District ment building at 6400 Harvard and 335-39 w. 64th St., requested Board approval to reconvert from 48 to 37 units. Tile building is in an r4 general residence District. The applicants earlier were denied the permits. A 2-Sto by Frame building containing three apartments at 327 w. 59th St., was subject of an Appeal by owner George radio amp to tubes Serviceman s tube Center Complete stocks All types and any tube Sjo a Dot Electron tube co. 10655 Wentworth ave. No i 10a.m.-7p.m. Up 5-6190 5loied< wed. Amp Sun. Mcfarland a. B r a g a owner of the apartment building at 5341 Eggleston appealed the zoning Admi Strator a refusal of repair permits. Tile i12 Story Structure containing three apartments is in an r3 general residence District. Charlie Smith owner of the 2 i Story Frame apartment building at 516 w. Englewood appealed the zoning administrators refusal of a permit to build an additional exit in the building. The Structure contains four apartments and is in an r3 general residence District. Parking prohibition a parking prohibition to apply at All times on the North Side of 77th Street from Yale Avenue to the first Alley West was approve monday by the City Council. Westlund assistant Dean of women. Upon completion of their pledge period the 15 will become sorority members. Fashion fair i Don t think there was a vacant seat if so it was probably paid for. A glittering event it was Replete with Many. A a oohs and a nah Hsy As the Marine quins promenade. Noticed mrs. Ruby Washington in the audience mrs. Dewey Jones and mrs. S. Proctor Wiggins jr., mrs. Thelma Pratt Jackson wore an Oyster White beaded theatre suit that did much for her complexion. Mrs. Alfonzo Smith said her Mink coat Felt Good on the Way Back Home. Mrs. James Harris Lovely colouring was set off by a White silk Satin Pill Box hat and White Fox shrug on her shoulders. Mrs. Walter l. Lowe was general chairman of the society spectacular and Benefit. In her party of sponsorships $25 per were mrs. Lair Bell Joseph l. Block mrs. Percy Julian the Clinton Kings mrs. Glen l. Lloyd Fowler Mccormick and the George a. Poole s. E services were held for the late Ernest j. Wilkens wife and for John Flowers at the Raynert a funeral Home last week. A the Grace Lee Stevens civic and Charity club will present its 5th annual Tea sunday nov. 22, at 2 . In the it. Pisgah Center 46fh and South Park. With the theme a yesteryear today and tomorrow a a the affair will feature a Bevy of beauties displaying the latest in fashions. Commentating the show will be Katherine King. Florence Harris is president of the club. Ald. Charles Chew 17th Ward will be special guest. Aaa the Rev. Hermes Zimmerman celebrated his 77th birthday in the beautifully appealed Home of mrs. Mildred Mcaurthur Hatcher. Among the guests were miss Lajoye Gardner instructor of dancing at the Parkway Owca mrs. Margaret Allen mrs. Jean Richardson and mrs. James gored. Rev. Zimmerman received Many Lovely gifts. The advisory Beard of the Owens West Consumers league held their third annual awards dinner yesterday in the Beautiful Tiki room at 61 e. 24lh St. Member firms of a luncheon at the 24�?� were cited for a Fine Job in the Chicago area. Mrs. Myrtle Mckenzie is president of the Consumers league. A the american Friendship club invites you to attend their 7th annual human rights dinner observing the 16th anniversary of the Universal declaration of human rights by the United nations. Guest of Honor is Marion Anderson americans great artist on her Farewell concert tour. Or. Anna Arnold Hedgeman of new York City will be guest speaker. Site of the affair is the pick Congress hotel. A reception is scheduled for 6 . Dinner at 7 . Will be followed by a program at 8 15 . Reservations per plate Are $7.50. A the Chicago Urban league is making preparations for its third Golden Fellowship dinner Danoe set for this Friday nov 20. This yearly event is expected to attract some 1,500 persons. The league Hopes to raise $60,000 toward liquidating the debt on its new office building at 4500 s. Michigan ave. Those who Purchase $50 tickets will have a Chance to win As a grand door prize a 1965 Pontiac donated by Al Abrams. Defer zoning change request Tine City councils committee on build no and zoning Lias deferred for further study the application of James Sampley for a zoning change for lots at 6101-03 Peoria. Stampley has asked for an r4 general residence classification to allow four 4-room apartments and two 5-room apartments. The site is now zoned r3 general residence District. Thank Iriny tue grand grossing Field House 76th and Ingleside was the scene of All out preparation for thanksgiving on Friday afternoon nov. 13. There was nothing unlucky about the creations of these children As they displayed their Talent Iii paper Craft. Giving thanks in Art Are Jodi Terry <800 Ellis la re nil a Bonner 7707 Maryland Elizabeth Hatcher huh e. 76th St Joan Perkins. 839 e. It oth St Larry Winfield 7632 Drexel and Brenda Felton 7401 Maryland. _ Back on to Bishop t Sheen every tuesday night a Tow for your thanksgiving dinner. A Fine selection of live turkeys ducks geese Capone hens amp fryers. Dressed free. Also fresh fish dressed to order. Vegetables amp groceries. Right from the farm Sabens farm products 7227 so. Wentworth ave. 7232 so. Vincennes a 3-4161 open sundays until 2 . Presented thru the Courtesy of by <jhag9kis1 carpet Rug amp custom drapery sales division bulletin want ads pay pm turf 2 the bulletin thursday november 19, 1964 Dixon Pat will present a to in Lake a poet Blacks

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