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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 1, 1964, Chicago, Illinois A new world of charcoal broiled steaks roasted Chicken phone 483-1668 and launderers inc. Chica amp of i Jurj a it Iti a cottage a Kim at Hammond Hohman a i Mic Milan the bulletin thursday. January 2, 1964 sixth Ward parly was among Yule leftovers parly s a hit kids i hoop a i up As Santa appears at Christmas party in tie Rhodes theater 538 k. 7 let St. Two parties were held by the 6th arc regular Demoe Ratie or Gani action s i Omen s auxiliary. For he Illren living North of 69th �1# festivities Here hell at the Maryland theater 815 k. 63rd St. Richard s Barb due 421 East 61st St. Hast no 7-9706 reach lest ribs it Sta food lit town just As kids like leftover Turkey they d go Back several times for another Christmas party like the one held recently at the Rhodes theater. The 6th Ward regular democratic organizations women a auxiliary feted the kids with All the trimmings Santa goodies cartoons and a popular movie. A a a the party which is an an a Nual affair of the organization hosted More than 800 children i each in i to Heaters the Maryland. 815 e 63rd St. And the Rhodes 538 a 79th St. A # i the kid were greeted at the door by old St. Nicholas himself. Santa asked the traditional questions and promised the kids everything. The movie a the time machine took the youngsters far into the future As they marvelled at the heroes adventures. Party Host. 6th Ward Aid. Robert h. Miller was joined by 17th Ward Aid. Charles Chew jr., in wishing the children a merry Christmas. The two aldermen led the kids in a resounding rendition of Jingle Bells. Then the really Good Pari came. Apples candies and Cracker jacks were passed out to each child with a big smile by Santa. A Inq Ihu a Sisun. By Job Graham 31 Art in s Quot great Quot Martin s 8, is presently being promoted by Frank Sayre 447 e. 91st St Sayre is Chicago representative for the Mckesson and Robbins import liquor division. Here he hats with mrs. Juanita Sneed sales Elerk at your Cut rate liquors 641 1 2 e. 79th St Joyce Willis is that Looker who serves you at the Fawn lounge 7313 s. Halsted St. Besides Fine liquors the Best chops and steaks Are served. Joyce doubles Over the Kitchen Range to give you that out of this world taste to your food. Mcgoy Van lounge 458 e. 61st St., was the scene of a gala party december 25, from 7 . A til 2 . Free gifts were Given to those in attendance. On Harf to serve during the party were Quot big a John Mcgowan Minnie Quot big buns Gilmore Earl Cross and Jesse Washington. Ann Hughes of the new Monte Carlo lounge 6320 s. Cottage Grove and the Chain lounge 7858 s. Cottage Grove ave., had a full House for reopening of the new Monte Carlo Joyce Willis ments and a return to our childhood with playing of games like a Sally go round the roses Quot Quot Stop the music and Many others. Green spins sounds every Friday saturday and sunday night from . A til 2 . According to Miller in leaner years the organization special hot links 52c rib tips o o co Center Cut 1 20 Small end 130 whole slab. S21� open 12 noon to 4 . Dally sch adult Quot your or be makes the people yes the Lucky folks who pit gave out More than 300 baskets invited to that dinner party Mary Harvey Butler in the Ward during the Holiday hostesses last saturday Nischt were delightfully sur season. Now. The funds go Foj Nuj hat aside from Turkey with the trim wards the parties for the children a Man go the menu also included the Champion a a soul dish As we said before if there _ is wrinkled Steak. The Holbert Davies left lounge last Friday saturday and a thursday night Mickey Tigen has sunday night. Special guests were Ier qut a a space or. Sarah Agnew and Helen vaught.1 club hosts were the double six the elite masters Quarter nets the great Rascal the elite ten the Kittens the top ten the a a Windy City Golf club Willie the Sassy seven presents Johnson Burgress Kauker and Quot of 8 alright every wednesday Grant Wilson. Hostesses were n fit at Joseph s playhouse 815 the Letona a club. A 69,h do a pries a nce contests and admission is free. Murf i Nir it i Nii wait tic w everyone is Welcome members the big d lounge 416 w. C79th St., opened their newest Addi in Doris no in vice a lion sunday night december 29., Rebara Ford a Sec or known As he Boom Boom room pm. The party there was something to Robertson. Presi behold with standing room Only j Dent Billie Jackson business it would appear that West a Man Ger and Marilyn Johnson any leftover the kids Are available. Club affair cocktail party Tea or dance at the child injury spurs suit a a grand ballroom 6351 cottage or. Call my 3-1177 Jov Ial Santa at Christmas party for 6th hard youths held at the Rhodes theater is Janies c. Dockery 1315 e. 72nd i. Here a Quot a Santa gets last minute plea from Lisa Niton Regina Walton and Lloyd a Ison All of 7735 s. Indiana ave. The women s auxiliary of the 6th Ward regular Demoe Ratie organization sponsored the annual party in the theater located at �538 e. 79th St. Free candies and apples were Given to the children and they were treated to a cartoon show. A til 4 . J baby doll i 7309 s. Vincennes St 3-9757 Chicago 21, ill visit us. Club he 7-9307 a 4-3513 the Tiger lounge amp Steak House Fine to in imported and Domestic 636 East 79th Street 10 . Till 4 . Chicago 19, Illinois the cold cold clime of the nations Capitol to Holiday in Chatham with the Vernon Crombie Only to find the same old frigid weather. J. W. Conners of Macks brr shop spent the holidays in Arkansas with his family. Bulletin circulation manager John poin a Nunn j m air a Dexter a Holiday plans had to be a $20,000 suit was filed in cir., % Cuit court recently on behalf of changed because of the sudden ill two year old child who suffered Ness of his Mother in Detroit. Fractured leg when he fell the George Cridelle Are pm Mark through a window screen at 6715 counting the Days until the big move from Chatham s. Perry ave. The injury occurred Village to mar Nook. Some folks we know Are still on june 15 of this year. Snickering and whooshing a statement made on the i according to it the by air Anes sunday morning by a Well known a a sociologist i Foj of or a or Tom Eland expert on juvenile when asked by an child Quinton Myers son of mrs. R a a. A Iflora Myers a Tenan in the build enl Emelei what he would suggest to parents inter 1. 1ui it Lovci ? cd Illi nil ill Lilc j 1 Al 11 a j j a 1 1 ii 11 Ling was injured due to the neg ested in the school me situation he answered Well a licence of the owners or managers a join the Pat. And take it holy hoses in not providing reinforced Homer. We make it but we hear that screens. The party tossed for the cast of a Black nativity at the the suit was filed against me Southside Art Center Friday night was a swinger key and Poague inc. And the Shore Wood realty co. A retr0spect. This is the time of the year when new Folk look Back on the past 365 Days and try to evaluate its Impact on history. There were Days of Triumph in Unity like Freedom Day there were Days of new ebbs in civilized shame like the Birmingham bombings the assassination of Medgar Evers and then of president John f. Kennedy. It was a year in which a nations conscience was aroused As it had never been before. For who is there so obdurate that he could not be moved by the peaceful protest of hundreds of thousands of americans in one mass rally who so deaf As not to hear the masterful plea to the human heart made by Martin Luther King at that Mammoth rally and who so cold As could feel no warmth when Black and White hands joined in Unity to declare Ini song a we shall overcome a Street is coming in to its own with All the affairs being Given in a few Block area. A Julia a lounge. 1034 w. 69th director. John s. Mcdonald one of the youngest undertakers in the St., has their fall program in full City has established a Fine record swing monday night. Beatrice for himself with services to fam Porter will be serving the refresh-1 Hes in bereavement. With Ove one Hundred cases handled in less a year. Having been in bus iness for than three year this is indeed a record. The attraction for the Algiers lounge 359 e. 69th during the Christmas season was Jimmy Grissom vocalist formerly with the Duke Ellington a band Jimmy appeared there thru new years eve. Music was handled by the John Young Trio. Miss Jean Carroll with Duke Groner Trio during the musical chores also appeared new years eve with Jimmy Grissom. Miss John Mcdonald crosses restaurant delicious steaks chops and Chicken Home cooked food daily or. And mrs. E. Cross proprietors 402 e. 79th St. St0e3,� not oily Vor kids the a Man in command of the situation As 6th Nard Aid. Robert h. Miller left and 17th Ward Aid. Charles it hew or. Play Friendly lug of War. A Salila la or the 6th Ward regular democratic organization a Christmas part it last week was James c. Doekery 1315 k. 72nd ply bulletin now on newsstand Royal 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 j 63rd and Eberhart be Corner 63rd and Woodlawn 63rd and Kimbark 74th and Halsted 83rd and cottage 79th and Vincennes 87th and South Parkway 95th and South Parkway 87th and Langley 8012 South Parkway Bowling Standard 63rd and Harvard Ltd station 69th and Normal blvd. . Alley Corner 79th and Ellis ave. Car Wash Friday Nite special 6 . A. 9 . Naa a Pas Waltee s Beauty Salon this Coupon Worth $3.00 shampoo press curl flub monday thursday it my 8 . To 2 . Vii 231 East 69th Street a phone St 3-9580 almost four centuries ago English poet and diviner John Donne observed that a no Man is an Island entire unto himself. We Are All involved in the Wisdom of that observation makes us know with even firmer conviction that the old Way of life with its manifestations of hate and bigotry cannot endure. Sadly we must note change does not come easily to a people steeled against it. Change is the offspring of conflict. Many a inhumanity to Man must be mirrored for him to see. And As he sees the savagery of that image he must be made aware of the very real conflict that exists Between the Creed a Liberty and Justice for ally a and the deed. He must be made to know that no More Birmingham Are needed on this Earth. One is quite too Many we who Are denied must Mirror our image too. We must face our faults realistically and change them. We must strive with All that is in us to be better than we Are. We must be prepared to give of ourselves individually in order to help ourselves collectively. Thus 1964 offers great Challenge to us All How we face it will be recorded in history books for generations yet to come. What history records will depend entirely on How we react to the reflection of ourselves As Well As How we interact with others. May you walk with proud and tilted Chin thru All the Days of this new year International cocktails served in an elegant setting air conditioned John Young Trio thursday thru sunday Algiers lounge 359 e. Fifth St. A 723-8849 Chicago in. Hazels honeycomb Bakory birthday $?50 i wedding $1 c00 cakes up cakes to up open sundays hours 6 .-10 . 725 w. 63rd St. Phon 723-2861 free delivery the Bell peals for. Marriage licenses were issued Curtis Stephens 7436 Kenwood to the following couples this week and Janet z. Rogers 7308 Indiana. Charles l. Clark 8135 St. Lawr Robert c. Murray 6319 s. Ken once and Shirley Jones 608 e. Wood and Catherine m. Lawson 80th St. 16132 s. Kenwood. Fred r. L. Wingard. 517 e. 80th Herb it a Sha it �046 s or m. And Evelyn l. Miles 5343 non and Valene g Roers 7221 thu 8-3590 a the formal Wear shop Tuxedo so evening gowns rental 7116 cottage Grove Quot see us when your appearance counts most Wentworth. S. Aberdeen. I Jap surus 6231 e. University with any Gas fillup 24 hour w l g f c r e in Stamps Gas service 644 e. 87th Street us Fly a shop bulletin want ads and save Rubin Wacker 9251 South Park and Dora b. Burks. 1511 e. 60th and Cleo Harmon 6911 s. Perry. St. Errol Mathews. 712 e. 91st pm Calvin Moats or. 550 e. 88th and Mary Schaeffer 712 e. 90th St it and Billie j. Jackson 737 e. P1 �84th pm. F 5 8144 cottage Grove open now air conditioned for your Comfort Sec Quot like Young Quot by Toni Ernst for details

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