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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 1, 1964, Chicago, Illinois F Tanner Pat on 3iove the initial meeting of the Pat of Tanner elementary school 7350 Evans was held tuesday afternoon sept. 29, in the school. Officials and members of the group discussed and formulated school activities for the fall Winter semester. Highlight of the meeting was a description of the school s continuous development program by the Youthful principal Robert a. Murphy. Taking part in an after meeting discussion were left to right atty. Zedrick t. Braden 7331 St. Lawrence mrs. Vivian Strickland 7103 St. Lawrence a mrs. Elda b. Wilerford 7324 Rhodes Pat president and Robert a. Murphy principal. The bulletin thursday october 1.j964 _ _ Tanner Pat opens year with varied activities the Nev school year Al Grams. Min our programs Chil the musical a Precia 7324 Rhodes president of the Taft ready is in full swing at Tanner Dren perform under conditions ton program instituted last year Ner Pat praised Murphy and elementary school 7350 Evans closely resembling a real Thea will be continued. A series of his efforts to promote the school. In a meeting held tuesday morn iter Quot he said. A pedal musical concerts are1 a the Community is fortunate to ing in the office of principal Rob \ a in this Way children soon lose planned for fifth and sixth Grade have a principal of or. Murphy Sert a. Murphy member of the any fears of group activity a he students at Orch Sofra Hall. she said. A the Tanner Pat discussed and forum added. A this also prepare a child the highlight of the fall semen Bers of the Tanner Pat have Al lated school activities for the fall to react in a the Rater environment Ter will he the open House and ways found or. Murphy co opera Winter semesters. I where he might he a an annual Hook a r to he held Tive and willing to assist in any opened in i9f>2, Tanner has an emphasis is placed on negro his the work of nov. To. Murphy said worthy enrolment of some 850 students tory and culture. Last years Book fair was highly Jitu Mhz Viseh flip Sacsha 12 less than last years total. The first Assembly program of successful. Saying a Tanner school is a Fine the Vear wlj1 Tell oct. 7, school Nelv because its a Toff is Murphy described t h e at 9 15 ., in the school Audi at the close of the informal 1m. A a schools monthly Assembly pm a orium. I meeting. Mrs. Emna b. 7 extremely proud of my staff/1 members of the Pat in attendance included mrs. Elda b. Herford 7324 Rhodes atty. Zedrick t. Braden jr., 7331 St. Lawrence and mrs. Vivian Strickland 7403 St. Lawrence. Page 3 a it Abernathy taxi assn., inc. 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Tuesday.7 9 A Complete line of millinery supplies Ruby a Mats 8613 cottage Grove we now accommodate custom service to millinery shops Brake relining specials for our old and new customers 20% off on All Brake relies install mufflers and tailpipes pick up and deliver cars front wheel align specials chess a Fords align front end a balance front wheels a repack front wheel bearings sq95 $1495 v other cars 14 All for special goad with this and Only food special r wonder food super Market 1427 East 47hi St. 1200 East �1st St. On rent strike line Stonewall Edwards right who is leading a rent strike in the building located at 340-42 w. 64th St. Because of the failure of the owner to Correct alleged building violations spearheaded another strike this week in the building across the Street at 349-51 w. 64th St. Standing with Edwards on the rent strike line is Jeffery Carter who lives in the latter building. According to Carter conditions in the building in which he lives Are As had As those in the building which kicked off Edwards Englewood crusade. A when i came Home from work the other night a Carter said a my wife had turned off the lights and went to bed. When i turned on the lights the Walls and floors were covered with Edwards self styled a humanitarian against injustice a who moved into the area approximately two months ago got the first rent strike started on thursday sept. 17. Prior to and since that time lie has carried on a running Battle with the building owner Johanna Rowley 9032 Chappel. Both miss Rowley and Edwards have been arrested since the fight started Edwards for alleged a a threats against the owner Ami miss Rowley for failure to appear in court to answer building violation charges. In both cases court action has been delayed Liv a number of continuances. Fast Charmin toilet tissue 4 Roll pack 27� a liquor a delivery dial Ita 3-5900 supreme liquors 504 e. 71s St. A pure Cane sugar 5 bog 49c Kelloggs Corn flakes come to our Cut rate liquor dept. Headquarters for All your liquor and Beer needs at Money Sav it ing values a 67th Street store Only Schlitz pop top Beer 6 half 9�. $419 cans produce . No. 1 red potatoes la. Bag 10 39c 8 of. Pkg. 15c Kraft parkay Oleo 17c a a 100% Apple wine.39c pint Guggenheimer or Hanhah amp Hogg 2.98 fifth a meats a fancy lean Center Cut pork 59c la. Popular brands sliced Bacon cleaned and washed Mustard or turnip tops Only 10c la. New Sweet potatoes Only 9e la. Pat stresses membership Arthur Dixon elementary school Pat members placed emphasis on membership in their Erst fall meeting held Iasi week in the schools auditorium 8310 St. Lawrence. A drive to gain the largest membership yet was launched at the meeting with an added stress on More Parent participation. Newly elected officers were also revealed at the session. A the 1964-65 officers include mrs. Herbert Fisher 8343 St. Lawrence president mrs. Burion Brooks 450 e. 79th St., first vice president mrs. James Miller 8123 St. Lawrence second vice president mrs. Otis Moore 8244 Eberhart recording Secretary and mrs. Nodie Sampson 8128 Langley treasurer. Dixon principal Norval Rapp highlighted the meeting with a talk on school policy and operations. Wolk Englewood camera used camera specials a Leica Iii with summicr0n s91q95 50 . F.2 Lens. 1 a Leica in body Only.5995 a Polaroid 100 camera.7995 a Polaroid 566 camera.55995 a Miranda . With f.19 Lens.$8995 a r0lleic0rd with f3.5 75 . Lens $1995 Wolk Englewood camera 4433 s. Halsted a to 3-8s37 open Mon. And thurs. Nights Swift Ning shortening 3 49c Grade Quot a Quot fresh Large Only 39c a. 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