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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 8, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Guaranteed High Quality no. 2 and no. 3 pet re nol the wonder additive that kits nonacs and sermons Dean and help1� pro Vint tank rust. Boulevard 8 1911 the bulletin thursday october 8, 1964 with tear new personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 212 e. 71st . 3-8932 name a a a program chairman to 1964 to Seal Campaign joining the lht4 Christmas ailments surpassed the million member of the Englewood High we a i f re Vav. 7000 Vernon club opens season opening a new season in the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Houston 7021 Vernon was the 7000 Vernon Block club. The recent meeting chaired by president j. E. Carter 7037 ver non entered around the clubs Seal Campaign team in Chicago is Rclark last year general business for the 1964-05 year. Money raised Block clubs Tea in july will be used to support Nei boyhood hub11 chairman was made by h. And Cool county. 1 rent president of the Church credit a to Olivia Jacobs 7038 Vernon club a us by Agency wij1 present its tons from Chicago designers performances of the show will re the club was Happy with fihe i?1�?o of the a h chicag0 and a Nance tue pc in test Al pm the Bells Are parents of five second annual fashion extra a j James Gould. Leroy Lloyd and be Given other locations financial Success of the Tea a said county. Grams in schools As Well As re children. Two attend Public school Ganza and dinner dance sunday Bobbie Moore. Tinan Cim Success Iuit a Wii or owls of 11 in Fhy overfill Hill loom mrs. Jacobs. She expressed. By Anne Tyson school Board acts As program John Bell 5836 Carpe or pro Bell said Quot contribution Are �ansatfons1 an event to attend will to Cyl a modelling school. Professional College. Matinees will be 3 15 Gram Chauman of the Southtown sole support of tiie Broad pro Shiloh Baptist a Rica Israel _ a Story of co models of Ward Agency will show a. And evening performances Myca. Gram of to control offered by the. 7 a a. ,.t ,. 8 30 . On All three Days. Thanks on behalf of the club for coverage of the Tea in the Bullet. Bulletin want ads pay 1 thu Jii x we div ii Puu Nve j of Quot Christmas seals Back a Multi search and educational projects j College and one son is oct. 11, in the Crystal ballroom pronged attack against tuber cd he serving with the armed forces. Of the Shoreland hotel. Miss Beatrice Young his tory teacher will instruct a seven the drama Guild of Wil a reek course an the negroes Afri for serve a Shaf zing set King Kings Standard service station Road service 8058 s. Cottage Grove 3-1221 3141 loss ail other respiratory Dis Bell is engaged in Many spheres a when you use christmas1 dignitaries from foreign coun son Junior College will present Oan culture and his role in the eases which weaken the breathing of Community activity. Currently seals a Bell said Quot you distribute tries Are expected to attend the Shakespeare s a a taming of the civil War. Title of the course is system a said Bell. Quot for in-1 the Englewood resident serves Asl Little gifts of health All around you affair which will Benefit the Agen shrew Quot oct. 14, 15 and 16 the a the history of the negro in stance the use of Chest a rays in industries and communities to detect hidden to and other lung vice president and finance chairman for the Wendell Holmes ele to friends and strangers alike. And health Quot he said a is the Centary school Pat. He is a greatest gift of i Stamps with 8 Gallons Purchase i grand prize for october automobile stereo installed free to the Lucky Winner ticket with each $1.00 Purchase this Coupon Worth double n cry 21 m 47 All our pizzas Are made fresh a baked to order sausage $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 Green Pepper 2.00 3.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 a a a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 $.00 delivered to to charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 Fri amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Wheatley Benefit Tea is headed by resident Ald. Charles Chew has or mrs. Anne p. Tucker 622 mrs. Elizabeth Lindsay Davis organized a service for Home buy-84th sit., served As general chair other club women. Mrs. Smith ers the service is designed to miss Young is Secretary treas uror of the Amistad society a group interested in negro history Hie group maintains that the multiracial character of Ameri can history should be reflected More in textbooks. Man of the annual Tea of the Phyl died in 1944. The Home was found Lis Wheatley association held sept. De to provide a Home for negro 27, in the Wheatley Home 5128 girls who come to Chicago to fur Michigan. I ther their education and to Imas a feature of the Tea. Brides pm economic status and their bridal parties were Hon in order to function properly a ored. The Home and tables were Board of directors was formed Aid prospective Home buyers in Englewood. The Agency also provides Legal counsel an appraisal service and other assistance. You should Chews country estate several members of the Chicken boxes 20 places in box_4.75 10 pieces in rox_2.45 French Frits ord�r_.25 bar-b-9 bait Back ribs with cold Slaw French 2 25 Fries fir a of and Buffer Cole Slaw own tasty re Elp. Pint 50e 9�art focus Fried Chicken with cola Slaw franc 1 a Frio bread and Buher. I shrimp or Lake Perch 1 Frias Slaw Braad or by Horn i a scientific Brake service 9015 South Ashland established business since 7927 233533031 Brake reuning specials 20% off on All Brake relies easy time payments we 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 9 other cars 14 20 years after High school members of the june 1944 disable graduating class Are Busy completing plans for their 20th anniversary reunion Celebration to be held the Parkway ital room 45th and South Park Friday evening oct. 23. If the response which has Lieen received so far is an indication the Success of the affair is assured. Classmates from throughout the country have announced their intention to tend. Among those present a recent planning meeting were left to right seated Cornelius Hudson 207 e. 68th . Mrs. Shirley Davis Robinson 8016 Ingleside mrs. Edith Stroud Edington 7939 Evans and mrs. Eua Mae Hamby Walker 12 e. 91st . Standing left to rights Ray Francis 6017 Calumet Alvin Robinson 8016 Ingleside and George Moore 424 e. 66th . Interested classmates Are urged to Contact mrs. Edington he 31610, or attend the next meeting the Washingon Park Field House 5531 South Park Friday oct. 16, 8 . Decorated in a fashion typical under the name of the Phyllis ii a to Cine Nonh will an. Of weddings. Wheatley association. The Board daters Ial c us Wol a. Mrs. Tucker was assisted by operates and maintains the Home a sensor a by Thomas members Oil a Whitley Tard a a a a a a i . Of directors m preparing for the a we a aimed cultus Al 611 be held in the Rianon ballroom Tea. Guests and residents of the Nch ment. Theme for a revue Home attended. Funds raised from the Tea Are a a the terrier wrap of leap year the Phyllis Wheatley Home was used to support the program of the1 y0u now 9 established in 1908 by the late Home. ,. Serving on the advisory committee Are mrs. John Johnson mrs. John Sengstacke mrs Claude Barnett mrs. Walter l. I jowl Walter Worriz Warren Bacon Norman Ross and mar shall Bynum. Proceeds from the revue will be used to rebuild the Church which was destroyed by fire. Wilson enrolment up extra teachers added miss Cynthia Daniels 9241 Union and e. Carleton Fisher 7626 Drexel Are among 18 new teachers added to the faculty those students wishing a terminal two year College education. Another big Factor in the in the seventh annual Ebony fashion fair will feature creations from Spanish Couturier. A Brilliant collection will be wisc a Tanta 70/17 a and ceased enrolment. Kalk said Micun. Thu Cuenun w Wilson Junior College 7047 and a fac that students May . Brought to cwcag0 from mor9 the school for a nominal than 50 of the world s most Emi fee depending on the number of nent fashion designers. The show will be held 8 ., Friday nov. 13, in the Arie Crown Thea courses carried. Wilson also has established a new child care curriculum which or Mccormick place. Is in response to the rapidly a grow # nine of Ebony Magazine s Beau ing need for workers in Nursery Tifful professional models will a ballroom classes Are open May afr Academy of Fina arts 754 e. 76th i 6-8181 v a a &.& $41, All for specs adj Good with shh and Only or. W. Gregory a �?1 Jones onto Mefret 7913 cottage Grove ave. Vincennes 62648 1 a a Tew a. A . A a a congratulations mrs. Agatha g. Horn i of 4756 Greenwood w Orthy grand Matron of the Eureka Grank chapter order of the Eastern Star congratulates or and mrs Oliver w. Harper upon their 23th wedding anniversary. The beautifully staged affair took place the Home of the harpers 7600 Calumet on saturday evening sept. 19. A Host of friends and guests joined in the Celebration. Miss Cynthia Daniels 6800 Stewart. Miss Daniels who received her masters degree from Northwestern University Evanston will teach in the business department. Fisher will teach mathematics. Most of the new teachers Are replacements for faculty members who either retired or resigned last Spring. The next term Wilson will begin in january 1965. Applications now Are being accepted for the Winter term. Students May enrol by writing to the registrar or by applying in person the College. Approximately 4,300 students already Are enrolled for the current term. Titis is an increase from last Falls student enrolment said assistant Dean Herbert i Kalk. Kalk said the enrolment increase represents some of the overflow from both state and private colleges and universities which Are overcrowded this fall. M Wilson College currently is offering More than 560 courses and 60 different curricula. These courses Are especially designed to tie in with Chicago area colleges and universities for those students desiring to go on for a four year degree and also for schools and other institutions for pre school children. A there Are More than 200 child care centers in Chicago and the need for trained assistants aids is very great Kalk said. The new curriculum offered by Wilson will provide both the academic and practical experience needed to obtain a Job in this Field. Pear in the fashion fair. From its inception the event has been the major fund raising Effort of the Chicago women a division of the United negro col lege fund Unco. The fair has contributed substantially toward this City a quota. Chicago s quota for this year is 190,000. The National goal is 3 million dollars. Mrs. Walter l. Lowe is chairman. Co chairmen Are mrs. Clyde l. Reynolds and mrs. Leonard Evans or. Other members of the committee Are mrs. Arthurd Gray mrs. Earl b. Dickerson mrs. Percy l. Julian mrs. Albert Spaulding and mrs. Jack e. Casselberry. M a in town for Park Manor Christian churches fashion revue the Sheraton Blackstone hotel were mrs. Oliver b. Mitchell honorary Guild member and her Hubby. They live in los Angeles. Hirsch High school Pat will a special feature of the show hold its second fall term meeting were Georgeous French Velora 1 . Thursday oct. 15 in the hats designed by Willia of East a classroom Tob topic for Hirsch Hirsch social a room 7740 Ingleside. 71st Street. A Short business session pre Well girls the big rum sided Over by Pat president mrs. Mage Sale is under Way. Shoppers William Bowman will open the be coming from various parts meeting. 0f the country to Christ Church featured event of the afternoon in Winnetka today thursday. The doors open 7 ., although met any Are in line As Early As 4 . On Sale will be Mink Coats antique furniture Silver paint will be a panel discussion entitled a in the Hie Rev. Wilbur n. Daniel pastor of Antioch Baptist Church and Republican congressional candidate. Four faculty members will make Ings jewelry costumes China up the panel. Hats formal attire for men books a question and answer period and designers dresses from Milan will follow the panel discussion. Italy. The Sale includes almost mrs. Robert Strickland Mem everything you can think of. Be ship chairman will enrol new last year the Sale grossed parents and interested citizens of $42,000, and profits went to the episcopal Church its missionaries and missions. A a a Turkey raffle for Christmas decorations will be held in the Home of or. And mrs. R. Goode of Park Manor. The Community. 4 4 you can help your child grow in the Freedom dignity and responsibility a through your membership in your advised mrs. James Post Eli publicity chairman. Bulletin now on Newsstands mrs. M. Lynch of 7655 Michigan recently passed away. Warning the Only place you can buy Tiger paws is in a Tiger Paw store. Look As a new service to our readers the bulletin is now on Sale selected Newsstands throughout our area. You can now buy an extra copy of a a Chicago a leading Community weekly the following stands 63rd-Kimbark be Corner 63rd-Eberbart be Corner 63rd�woodlawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station 63rdnormal so Corner 69th-Normal new Corner 71st-so. Park new Corner 74th-Halsted be Corner 79th-Vincennes so Corner 79th-Prairie . Corner 83rdcottage new Corner 87th-Langley new Corner 87th-so, Park new Corner 75th-cottage new Comer 79th-Langley so Corner 8lst-so. Park be Comer 65thcottage be Corner 59th-state Springer drugs 8201 Ellis drug store 63rd-cottage be Corner fifty thousand solicitors Are taking part in the 1964 crusade of mercy the annual fund raising Campaign for the com. Muni Ity fund and the red Cross. The drive started sept. 28. The red Cross formerly con ducted its own annual Appeal. However now the campaigns have been consolidated. Approximately 80 per cent of funds raised will go to 138 Community fund agencies and 20 per cent to the red Cross. Workers in the Effort give Many hours of service without pay. We 1mow, we re in of Ficili . Royt Tiger raw a Tore. Any Oiher kind of astr n i sell you iome thing a just is Jusi Good a that is until you notice that Mlong up to the claim Jud or hem he a How diff rom Tiger Paw a re from Ordinary tires besides having a red Circle they were tested 120 nulls an hour fora Hundred Miles without a Stop. Without a failure. They went 19.000 Miles a sustained Speed of 90 Miles an hour. For 10 hours a Day. Without a failure. And that Speed dead wean out More Man twice As fast As docs fifty sure fooled a or a adj handle beautifully Feigh speeds. And Tiger. W ant Mem remember we re an official . Royal Tiger Paw store. Any other kind of store can on give you a just is Good and if there m tire just Ai Good they d a Lige Pawa. Would that a a a Royal Al tire amp Supply 8104 cottage Grove co. He 3-8585 Immy Diat credit easy to Low Montry

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