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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 3, 1963, Chicago, Illinois I Al jux bulletin thursday oct. 3, 1963 Page it a a to cooperate with Community groups it a Central Council holds first meeting speaking on the topic a co pres. Mrs. Henry Shields 6444 operating with Community or South Park ave. Lewis Cham i a animations a mrs. Walker said n learn to sew end Oil now for fall classes make amp alter your own clothes a it s an adventure Call mrs. Williams i 6-8604 % Quot it is the duty of fat pres. Pl., end Mccosh 6543 s. M and school education chairmen Champlain ave., pres. to attend meetings of local com James Oliver 6556 St. Law rence it mks. Leonard Walker 6535 a Rhodes ave., organizations. Ave chairman of Community planning and conservation for a this Way the two groups can also Parker elementary 6800 ii n to r in i i. .1 4 keep abreast of problems of Stewart ave., pres. Mrs. Ray. 0 Cornin it the groups ins i act my the school and common mond Whit Field 6647 s. Yale ii j Assembly meeting. The event was hold wednesday at ave Revere 1010 e 72nd St t the o Keefe school Emfs. Merrill. I a a pres mrs. Ii f. Kanki 7116 so. I i Council pres. Mrs. Charles a Oil Colm la. Is composed Ingleside ave. Tanny a to Evans ave., pres mrs. E. B. In Bowell. Herford. 7324 s. Rhodes ave. 320 w. Englewood ave. A mrs David Pruett 314 it a the Council is Corbett 7658 s. Oglesby ave., Tor will be held in March of of 25 la local units was elected to the nominating 1964. I arca Una s include if of or new principal Kingl Wooi principal Juliet dra Loti left appears to la thoroughly enjoying proceedings at banquet held Iii his Honor last thursday night Al i lie Jehiol. Proud of the of the i a xxx Rich sponsored the affair is pres. Mrs. Abner Williams Orio s. Evans ave., and on hand to Greet Drayton is distinguished Englewood alumnus Warren in Bacon member of the Board of duration. In his address to the group Drayton asked for cooperation Between parents and teachers. Committee for District one i. 6740 g hic pres. And re to local pit units were urged mrs Ben thrills 6837 s. Calu ave. Dulles Pat president mrs. Strongly by the pres. Mrs. Met ave Dencen 7240 s. Henry Shields 6444 South Park Corbett to appear at the school Wabash avo., pres. Mrs. Ike ave., was elected her alternate issues hearing to be held by the Pitchford. The election Tor District direct Board of education on oct. 21. I Dulles Yale 7025 s. Princeton pres. Mrs. Annie m. Shaw. Or. W. Gregory Jones optometrist 7913 cottage Grove ave. Vincennes 6-2648 a it a a it a it 7256 s. Perry St. 63rd and South Park Aid to Lliran Nyimi Lions annual Candy Day j j planned to help the Blind members of the Chatham Lions club Are Busy making preparations for their big Candy Day on Friday oct. La. All contributions received in this annual fund drive go for providing special services education and rehabilitation for the Blind. The Hadley school for the Blind in Evanston. Iii., is one of the major institutions supported through this project. Local Lions clubs also provide such services in their own communities As seeing Eye dogs special typewriters and special educational for the Blind. Programs a you help us to help Tho Blind a Are the words Millard i. Robbins or. 8224 s. South Park ave., chairman of the Chatham Lions club used to describe the effectiveness of All who contribute to the Lions Candy Day fund. Bobbins went on to explain that members and friends of the Chatham Lions club will be on Corners throughout the District from Dawn till dusk on Ort. La. They will be identified by the Bright Blue and yellow Caps and bands. For each contribution received the donor will be Given a lion s Candy Roll. The entire membership of the Lions club which meets every other thursday at the Chatham Myca. 1121 e. 83rd St. Is being mobilized for this annual fund drive under the leadership of or. Irving Sims 745 e. 87th St., general chairman. B i c h a r d Cash. 9305 s. Wabash ave. Special contributions chairman and Scott Tyler. 7903 s. South Park ave., publicity chairman. Saturday typewriting hours to . To i . Tuition $3 weekly Register now ism key punch Day evening or saturday classes ism machine accounting Day or evening classes Cortez w. Peters i it business College no East 79th Street he 8-3800 Nie political action committee of the sixth Ward Young democrats with 0 he support of Ald. Robert in Miller staged a tag Day for the families of tin it our children killed in the homing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Bir Hingham. Ala. Gathered Here Al Ward Headquarters after tagging Are Ronald Lawkins talk s. Ingleside ave. Lauvenia Wilkes 7358 s. Vernon axe. Donald Hanson 7537 s. Evans axe. Hattie Harville 6502 s. Woodlawn Dorothy Hyatt 210 s. Ingleside ave. Odin Wilkes 7358 s. Vernon ave Robert weeks 7121 a Faith Park chairman Jessie Brodnax 7217 s. Woodlawn Secretary Eugene lawyer 536 e. 70th St., pres. Whatman w Ailes 6022 s. Prairie Betty Easton. 707 e. 78th St. And Milliren Hunt 1150 e. 60th pm. I7lh m d. Youth foundation to Cive free Eye exams the 17 Ward regular demo Vav. Of. Shannon Ward com cratic organization youth foun Mittleman. Said the Eye examination starting saturday oct. Nations represent just one of 112, will provide free Eye exam the Many services that the 17th i nations Lor children in the 17th Ward youth foundation intends Iward. To provide for children of the or. Sage p. Brown otome foundation Jurist will give the examinations. Or further information con the resides at 41 w. 80th St., and tact Leon Benford chairman maintains offices at 4651 s. 6740 s. Lafayette ave. State St. As another special service Vav. Martin 7404 s. Halsted will give free music lessons for All instruments monday. Wednes the examinations will be Given at the Headquarters of the 17th Ward regular democratic organization 7465 s. Vincennes ave., every saturday from la la.rn., to 12 30 . Examinations Are free to the children who Are registered with the youth foundation. Day and saturday from 4 30 to 6 30 . Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Licensed amp bonded Drivers As close As your phone meter rates he 7-5400 to 8-9100 Home buyers Are your monthly payments too High a reduce your payments a Cut your interest rate 5 /4% a get your deed now save hard earned dollars with an . Or . Refinancing loan from Sivak the Swart mortgage corporation 414 East 47th Street Chicago 53, Illinois Kenwood 6-3220 a xxv a order wills to Issue transfers continued from Page i announced that the transfers to did give the student College Hyde Park and South Shore edits As opposed to the Hon be held in abeyance at a s classes at Hirsch which a1 least until october 9. Bough they Are accelerated he cited the overcrowding in a in no College credits. The High schools and the Lack 1 of space As reasons for the plan was introduced to delay. Board of education by supt. A Illis on August 14. A subset Seco again communicated tent report was made on a ,8s displeasure with or. Willis j Hist 28 and another on septem actions. A j in a letter to Board pres. During the second week of tember eligible students Ere notified and began visiting e 24 listed receiving schools. Ii parents at Bogan High school a 39 w. 79th St., picketed in of a sit Ion to the a outsiders trans to ring the protestors longed that Bogan was already crowded. The group also demonstrated front of the Board of Educa a building 228 n. La Salle id were received in conference Ith or. Willis. U soon after the Bogan Pic a Ting and the meeting with or. Illis he reduced the number of 3 hods which might receive afters from 24 to 9 without j tying the Board. Bogan was j minuted from the receiving a tools list. move by Willis was immediately challenged by the j Mth East Community Organiza ii in Seco whose president a Alph j. Wood 8401 s. Kenwood t -e., set the following Telegram Willis a a we protest the curtailment of c Transfer plan. We deplore k is unilateral and arbitrary a i in on the part of the superin Dent and we think the Board education would share our r Eling that the Steps which have 3 a in taken towards better Edu Vowal opportunities for All j in have been seriously in a ined by or. Willis we further question the reality of the superintendents Imi Ovi. We urgently request a meeting with you and or. Rod a wig on Friday september 20. It St. After the meeting with i embers of Seco it was 3flounced that Hirsch students squid be allowed to Transfer to s de Park and South Shore High Bools. However on september 27. In us Jan a release or. Willis Rod Devig on september 29. They letter said in part. Reminded him that the Board Seco officials said the blatant had directed the superintendent Defiance of the Board by Willis to Issue transfers to honors Stu indicates the Hoard has no indents who applied for Transfer Tro Over the policies of the to Hyde Park and South Shore school system. They concluded a was a responsible citizen�?Ts.11 Hizir letter group that respects the policies a unless the Board asserts its of the Board of education we authority Here we and All other demand that you use the author Community and Parent groups of your office and that of no longer can look to the Board the Board to see that the Board As the policy making body for directives Are carried out a the the school tin. I leg. Quality Northern toilet tissue 4 is 29� Large Box tide an important South East customer we Cater to the person who sets a Little aside regularly. It does no to matter to us How much he or she saves. Its keeping at it. That a hard to do and that a what we appreciate. We know that kind of person is going somewhere and we make it our business to help him get there faster. He does no to go it alone when a Money problem arises. If you Are that kind of a Saver you have most to gain by saving with us. South East National Bank 63rd of Woolf own a Auto Bant and parking let at 6243 University a saturday banking till noon. Member Federal Deposit insurance corporation phone Dorchester 3-4000 29 Box Holsum salad dressing 39 it. Jar pet milk 7 la 99� Trottmann Chili con Carne 19 can fireside Sweet pies Doz. In 9 a pkg. Of pkg. Silver cup Cream style Corn 303 cons 10 a. American Beauty pork amp Beans 10e Oscar Mayer All meat wieners or 13-oz. Pkg. Sliced Bologna your . 29 Georgia s finest frying chickens whole 21 c la fresh sliced baby beef liver 39 c la Choice Quot aaa Quot Blade Cut pot roast a a 35 c la Buddig s smoked sliced beef Ham Turkey or ground beef Reg. 39c pkg. Value your choices special Price 29 pkg. Fancy Large fat stewing 25 c la Oscar s red band sliced Bacon 3 s1 fresh pig feet pig tails or neurones your Choice. 4lbs 50 All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order wonder foods super Murk Hoo East us is. Your Choice delicious Jonathan or Mcintosh apples 4 bag 29c new dry onions 3 it 29� Home grown tender Green Beans 10� new Colorado red potatoes amp 500 fresh Crisp collards age. Bunch to new All Green cabbage extra Large Heads to fresh washed amp cleaned spinach Mustard or turnip teas 1 o la. Wonder foods supermarket 1200 East Stet Street Sale Days . Hours 8 . To 9 . Sundays 8 . To 6 . I i i i i i f i i la �29&Quot j i i i i i i i i Reserve the right to limit quantities

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