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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 15, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The wonder additive that keeps to v c. Quot to a t a. Oxx los and screens clean and a. A a a a. A a a a a a a a helps prevent tank rust. Boulevard 8- established 1931 personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling Pape 2 the bulletin thursday october 15, 196 name area chairmen for annual Quot March of dimes contributions help birth defects medical research by Anne Tyson 212 e. 71st St. Shoi the want ads 79th to 87th, Aryl state Street to by 87th to 95t.h, and state Street cottage Grove. I to cottage Grove. More than 3,000 persons Man of the table for Mexico guest artist. Mrs. Rudi Van Voorman Ftak a. Mrs. Elizabeth Moore 6736 pm mrs. Ii 0 Vav a r d Higgins. Era of has appointed chair Are exp cited to attend the South 9150 Wabash has been appointed Man for Tye bounded 53rd Side Community committees 8th chairman for the area bounded to 71st> and Halsted to mrs. Frank ii. Catchings state set ret annual membership a Coffee j a round the world a from 3 to great grandmother of the King of Siam will head the table for Thailand. The choir director mrs. Is of the Church Betty Jackson for service a hot zing see King Kings Standard service station Road service 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 3-8221 St 3 9165 7 ., sunday oct 25, at the Rianon ballroom 6201 cottage Grove. Area chairmen for the 1965 Chicago mothers 107 e. Marquette rd., has been my Honry Arron 6933 Green March of dimes have been named by Edward p. Kelly a St to Aret is by a to general chairman. Scheduled for Jan. 26, the March Street to cottage Grove. J71st, and Ashland to Halsted will Climax a month Long Campaign for funds to open Elizabeth Williams 21 e. Street the door of health and Hope to 73rd St., has been appointed chair mrs. Joseph Geeter 7320. Birth defects victims and pre too different kinds of birth de Prairie has been appointed chair a Lannell presentation of the oui vaccine Coho patients feels. Man for the area bounded by 71st Quot a achievements of various vaccine polio patients. 79th, and Halsted to state a Hutc c e my Kittock. Contributions help support birth Ira _ p defects special treatment Cen cf0ht$ Hoig ters As Well As research into thei causes and cures for More than t e l. J a Man for the area bounded by 71st Alt Liu Ijar cd Usu i to 79th, and state Street to cottage 1 Grove Protection mrs. John Williams 84531 a a. Supeh a i ooh sos East 67th Street grand prize for october automobile stereo installed free to the Lucky Winner ticket with each $1.00 Purchase this Coupon Worth double Stamps with 8 Gallons Purchase i i i a Man i Rhodes has been appointed chair for the area bounded by i j Harlan Pat i to discuss Rossius pizza dropouts a run 2-3 4-5 6-7 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order sausage $2.00 s3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 Green Pepper 2.00 Anchovy 2.00 garlic or onion 2.00 a a a 2.00 cheese 2.00 extra ingredients .50 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 shrimp pizza 2.50 Coney Island 3.00 Chicken boxes 20 pieces in box____4.75 to pieces in rot_____2.45 French Fries. Order.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.50 1.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 1.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 delivered to to charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 To 2 . Fri. Amp sat. 4 To 3 . Sunday 2 To 2 . Barb a baby Back ribs with col Slaw French 2 25 Cole Slaw our own tasty a cup plot 50c quart 40c Frits bread and butter. A Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French Fries bread and butter. Shrimp or Lake Perch Fries Slaw bread amp butter. Presidential elections Book Stop in for your copy today i facts free figures Csc Sterriell Federal savings a loan Assoc. 8300 cottage Grove to 4-9300 a sharing concern Over the dropout will be the subject of the meeting of the Harlan Pat at 1 15 ., wednesday oct. 21, in the social room of the school at 9652 Michigan. Henry Grant Harlan faculty member will speak on a recognizing the potential dropout and what he is the president mrs. Alex Durko will conduct the business meeting. Honor schools for the october meeting will be Fem Wood and Wacker. Refreshments will be served by mrs. John Denny social chairman and her committee. Mrs. Robert Williams membership chairman will Greet members and accept memberships. A parenthood in a free nation a a course on adolescence is being conducted every monday morning for eight weeks from 9 30 to 11 30 in the Harlan social room. This is a Pat Sion sorted adult education class. All parents Are invited to attend these discussion groups. Grant Abo a Counselor at har continued from Page i come More closely associated with the police in a protective observed Wiley. The police officer supplemented his talk with Lively material and a simply written and illustrated let describing dangers that particularly menace children. Other business conducted at this meeting included a report from the Pat s ways and Means committee headed by mrs. C. E. Hobson 84.58 Ingleside. The report described the final plans for a fun fair and Baz Zar scheduled for oct. 23, in the school auditorium at 6 An open House will be held the same Date from 6 30 to 7 30 Mrs. George Engram 846 e. 88t.h St., presided at the meeting. Sbarboro principal Joseph Linehan presented a school Progress report. Mrs. Doris pack Nett 8607 Maryland is the Sbar Baro Pat president. Dus ahle reunion Celebration nears going into a final week members of the 1944-�?T45 graduating classes of disable High school issued a final Call to alumni to attend a 20-year reunion Celebration. The affair will be held at the Parkway ballroom 45th and South Park Friday evening oct. J 23. Classmates who have scattered the participation this year of Many foreign consulates has stimulated great activity in the Street. I committee Board member and mrs. Nilon Johnson. 7240 pm assistant to the publisher of the Erald. Has been appointed chair Cal Cash Tribune and miss Josie Man for the area bounded by 71st Lbrown Are in charge of the to 79th, and Ashland to Halsted Many different groups. Street. Mrs. Vera Rockhold is chair a number of Thailand hostesses a fact a member at Cal will be present. Mrs. Theima Pratt Jackson is general chairman of the Coffee sip. Mrs. Almeta Robinson is executive director of the Agency and Louis a. Of. Caldwell is chairman of the Board of directors. A a the congregational Church of Park Manor will present its 12th annual concert at 4 30 ., sunday oct. 25, in Dunbar school auditorium. Sharon Alves 15, will be the planning night of stars these members of the 6lh Ward democratic organization Are hopeful that this year s a Nile of stars a annually sponsored he the group will turn out to he highly successful. The affair will he held thursday evening oct. 29, at the Arie Crown theatre in Mccormick place and will feature numerous Well known entertainers. Displaying copies of the a unite of stars a program brochure Are left to right mrs. Ola Muirhead 6804 Michigan mrs. Margaret Clay 7341 Vernon state rep. Charles Armstrong 6942 Prairie and mrs. Idell Galloway 7234 Eberhart. Kelly Library an. Conducts these cons and is to other parts of the country will present assisted by mrs. William Bates Parent education chairman. Of v a v v a it v v a it v v v v v a it a it a it v a t i a a it or. W. Gregory i Jones optometrist j i 7913 cottage Grove ave. Films on War have announced their intentions to attend the affair. A previous re-1 Union held in 1954, was highly successful. Interested classmates Are urged to Contact a steering committee a a attack tile Battle for new chairman. Mrs. Edith Stroud de Britain and a toys on a Field ins ton 7939 Evans or Call her at of Bike it Are th2 titles of the he 3-1610. I a or i a das., meeting Wilt be held Hal wj1 shown m he Keuy oct. 16. At the Washington Park Branch Library auditorium at 7 30 Fiek House 5531 South Park at ., wednesday oct. 21. Vincennes 6-2648 Church slates voting clinic a toys on a Field of blues is an anti War film about an old Man alone and broken in spirit who watches children playing War games and remembers his experiences in world War i. A attack the Battle for new imm warning the Only place you can buy Tiger paws is in a Tiger Paw store. We know. We re an official . Royal Tiger Paw store. Any other Lind of dealer might sell you something a just As Quot just As Good Quot that is until you notice that your new tires Are it living up to the claims made for them. Here show different Tiger paws Are from Ordinary tires besides has ing a red Circle they were tested at 120 Miles an hour. For a Hundred Miles without a Stop. Without a failure. They went 19,000 Miles at a sustained Speed of 90 Miles an hour. For 16 hours a Day without a failure. And at that Speed tread wears out More than twice As fast As it does at fifty sure footed Tiger paws handle beautifully at High speeds. And tigers. Want Ems remember we re an official . Royal Tiger Paw store. Any other Lind of store can Only give you Quot just As and if there Arr tires just As Good these a be Tiger paws. they Royal Al s tire amp Supply co.8104 cottage Grove he 3-8585 immediate credit easy terms Low monthly payments. Tile Public is invited to attend a voting machine clinic to be held. A a.,. In Fellowship Hall of Ingleside Brita n is an authentic account of Whitfield methodist Church 76th tile attacks on the japanese Island and Ingleside ave., oot. 15. 0f new Britain during world War through oct. 18, beginning at 7 30 Jas considered to be p la Ere will be demonstrations one of 1116 test documentaries of regarding its use and operation the War the clinic is sponsored by the admission is free and the Public commission on Christian social concerns. Is invited. Teachers wed the scene and Date of this wedding was the i Ood Lawn .e. Church 65th and Evans saturday afternoon oct. To. Principals were the former Virginia Gloria Nelson the daughter of or. Anil mrs. Elliot Nelson 6752 Champlain and James Quot Wilder 6945 Chappe tile son of mrs. Arzelia w Ilder 7557 ent Worth. The Bride is a teacher at Donoghue elementary school and the Groom is a teacher at dus ahle upper Grade Center. Cago music College and Roosevelt University. Or. Arthur d. Gray pastor of the Church urges the general Public to attend the concert. The super Mart now under construction at 53rd and state streets is the project of Samuel Berry. The super Mart is expected to Cost a Quarter million dollars. In addition to his role As an executive in the business world he is president of the menus organization at St. Edmonds Church. If you should see a Little autumn Gold tempest Breeze by it belongs to mrs. Jack Connie seals Community relations director of the Chicago Urban league. The car is a birthday gift from her husband. The Young democrats of Cook county presented a political education forum saturday in the Center for continuing education on the University of Chicago Campus. Discussed during the forum were Aldermani duties obligations of the Alderman to citizens canvassing a precinct preserving and enforcing voting rights and functions of Congress and the City Council. Panel participants were Eugene Sawyer Frank Belmonte Frank Martin and Thomas Cawley. Mayor Richard j. Daley was honorary chairman. William Harris of Chatham is chairman of the Young democrats of Cook county. Sidney served As j. Sexner chairman of the political education forum and Richard j. Erod is chairman of the executive committee. Mrs. Flenoy Anthony was hostess for a Champagne sip at her Lovely Home a to tie up Loose ends for the Ballet Box revue and luncheon of the friends club of Good Shepherd. The event will be held at 5 ., sunday oct. 25, in the Gold room of the pick Congress hotel. Barbara Schultz is a member of the committee and Utopia Morsell Simmons Are production chairmen. Edith Bartley and Belzora Eden Are chairmen of the Model committee. The Rev. Joseph Evans is minister of the Church. # a Cleo Johnson and her mannequins will appear in a Benefit luncheon and fashion show from i to 6 ., sunday oct. 18, in the Chicago room of Mccormick place. Among guest models will be Barry Banton and Venola Barnes. Millinery by Aileen will be shown by members of her modelling Guild. Furs will be shown by Irving Penner. Sponsors of the affair Are the youth and inspirational choirs of the new covenant b a p t i St Church. Mrs. Devella Norton tuck is general chairman of the show. Mrs. Aileen Curtis and Maryanne Hurst Are producer directors of the presentation. Mrs. Sandra Pearson will be commentator for the show. The Rev. Elijah Thurston is pastor of new covenant. Proceeds from the luncheon and fashion show will Benefit the Rev. John Thurston scholarship fund. Money from the fund is used to Send youths of the Church to College or other schools for advanced training. In be often wondered Why the churches done to do More of this far their youths bulletin now on newsstand 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 follow ing stands 63rd and Eberhart be Corner 63rd and Harvard l station 69th and Normal blvd. . Alley 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 79th and Ellis ave. The Chatham Lions club largest integrated Lions club in the area participated in the Illinois Lions club Candy Day for the Blind oct. 9. Scott Tyler served As chairman of the Candy Day project. The too Lions clubs in the Chica Goland area participated in the Benefit. All Cotton the luxury look and feel of suede leather is now available in 100% Cotton sportswear. A new a Doe suede fabric looks enough like suede to fool the Deere but is much More practical than a a real leather. This a a suede is suds Safe and can be repeatedly washed and dried by Drivers wanted full or part Tims Ray or nit excellent earning apply at either location Abernathy taxi ass n inc. 8000 s. Parkway 33rd amp s. Parkway he 7-5400 a 6-4000any Day 9 00 . To 6 30

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