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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 17, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Ii Buu Etc Quot. Iwo Shaw. October 17. 10rs Page 5 my Calumet Englewood Harlan Hirsch reassign airman airman Michael c. Brown son of . And mrs. Wally Krumplewski 1400 e. 85th St. Is being reassigned to Sheppard fab tex., for technical train ing As a United states air Parker Westcott Force aircraft maintenance Spe a Calist. For service that zing be King Kings Standard service station 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 3-8221 St 1-9145 by boosters says College preparation is important Endeavor Are you planning to attend Many students have found the you have to work hard in order College in Many publications College too Large too Small. Talt a Entrance examinations. There Are articles on colleges find out about advanced i Ace of wants students with1 and careers. If you Are going ment courses and about taking to College and have not seens. A. T. Scholastic aptitude a re is it re just articles of this Type this one test and achievement tests Are not enough teachers to should help prospective College then apply to the College of waste on students who Are not students. Your first Choice. Prepared to work. Also work freshmen plan your pro seniors this year you and learn outside of school and Gram to include various Fields should take More tests and com join several extracurricular vouch As languages Lathema plete applications. The final de Tivi ties. During the summer tics sciences and history As elision should be made by now. You should go to summer ? Well As English. In this year throughout your school years school work. You hould become acquainted i with your Counselor advisor and sponsor. Sophomores read numer Ous College guides and then Send for Cata logs of the colleges in which you Are interested. Find out Entrance requirements and learn How to in Oart ment will be sold at auction Type use references and Libra _ a a pc Anco individually to licensed Auto cars being auctioned two Hundred abandoned Andrw. Grand ave., continuing at unclaimed automobiles recon 4615 w. Division St., on get. 17. Ered by the Chicago police de i the automobiles will be sold that Parker House taste a so Ingino Aff Viky after tying 141 the Loose ends for their annual fundraising activity a a swinging affair Quot set for saturday evening Ort. 19. In tin j Parkway ballroom 45th St. At s. Parkway two member of the boosters of the Washington Park Myca examine and Lake inventory of Barbell set which they donated to the y s gym with proceeds from last year s affair. Thru Are i. To a mrs. Mean Donato 7205 s. Bodes and mrs. Myrtle Sham 9655 s. Lasalle. The Barbell set is one of several pieces of valuable gym equipment which they Boot have donated to the Washington Park dept. Students Call for Leon lip on 71st Street ask help nos if you Don t already know on. How to use than thursday oct. 17. Wreckers and junk dealers and juniors now is the time for the auction will Start at iou certificate will be issued Jcj All Good students to act ask arn., at 650 Vav. 83rd St. Continue the successful bidder bidders i your Counselor about colleges ing at 3000 s. California ave. On for wreck it eng and junking Pur Parker House sausage j you May want to attend. Visit jct. 16 and at to a.m., at 2555 11heir campuses and see if the a general atmosphere would suit i you. This is More important than you might think because t the senior High youth of the congregational Church of Park Manor Are very concerned about the gradual deterioration of 71st Street. They Are particular interested in having the landlords not Only take Money from the property but put Money into the property As Well says the it. Rev. Giles associate minister if your Telephone rings Here of the Church. This neighbourhood like most neighbourhoods is judged by its appearance and action inaction of residents. The Bulle Teon salutes the following teens Clarence Bell Cheryl Smith Roxanne Daniels Verlilian cop Leand Pat Parsons James Booker and co chairmen Charles Jackson and Jean Thornton. An interview with miss Thornton revealed the future plans to continue this crusade with picketing and petitioning these landlords and business men who do not put Forth any Effort to improve their properties. The senior High group Are planning to carry out similar plans on other streets. Ears boil of tin week and you Are Here Al Bonitos to present play nov. I j the Al Bonitos will pre sent a second City beatnik on Friday nov. I at the Woodlawn a 1170 e. 63rd St. The Kinsmen gave a Lively one at the Hamilton hotel. Some of those who made it were Nancy Byrd Janet Sledge George Huff Booker Palmer and Sonya Frank. Sonya Banks editor of the Parker press attended a workshop conference saturday Given by the Tribune at Mccormick place. The editors some from As far As Indiana and Wisconsin attended conferences on editorial writing feature stories and copy Reading. The 406 representatives attended a luncheon where they were addressed by h. Hutchins and Paul h. Hubbard members of the Tribune staff. Of. _ pretty Penny Jim s pretty Penny 356 e. 51st St., features Parker House sausage Iii the meat department. Here Handy Harris right 3757 s. Ellis Cheeks meat inventory with help of Cleveland Simmons 727 e. 60th St. Poses Only. Cars must be removed from the pounds within seven Days after that time a $1 a Day per oar storage fee will be charged to the buyer. All sales Are for Cash Only however certified checks will be accepted. All automobiles Are sold on an As is basis. Fresh pork sausage. Why wait till morning True sausage lovers give Parker House main meal honors lunch dinner at Well As breakfast. And Why not thai Parker House taste is sheer Delight any time. Its country fresh Premium Quality flavor from the choicest most pampered pork lavished with Hearty spices. Serve it often serve it proudly. Get some today. The Bell peals for. Marriage licenses were issued this week to the following couples major Griffin 1508 e. 71st pl., and Donna Sawyer 1503 e. 72nd. Raymond Gard. 7105 s. Stony Island ave., and Helen Potocnik. 7906 Luella. Charles Robinson 4 4 3 2 s. Berkeley and Mattie b. Malone 740 e. 68th St. Marcellus c. Saxton 6358 s. South Park ave., and Rhoda Golston. 6456 s. South Park ave. Ronald Taylor. 7038 s. Vernon ave., is the bulletin a newsboy of the a Sophomore at Chicago vocational High school 15 year old Ronald is majoring in electronics. He is a sgt. In the Roth and sings in the boys chorus. Among his favorite shorts Are basketball baseball and swimming. Not Only does Ronald find time to handle two bulletin routes efficiently he is an assistant instructor at Cortez Peters business College he has been attending the College for three and a half years and types 85 words per minute. For his future plans Ronald Hopes to get a scholarship to West Point military Academy. Ronald a nomination As bulletin a newsboy of the week a ushered in National newspaper week this week. October 21 is National newsboy Day. Cut o you need an Extension phone and you can have All the step saving convenience of an Extension for Only pennies a Day. Ask your Telephone Man Call your Illinois Bell business office. Illinois Bell in Telephone Southtown Quot a Quot to teach dancing the Southtown Myca 6545 s. Union ave., has announced that adult ballroom classes will begin thursday evening nov. 14. Two classes will be offered a american style ballroom at 7 30 ., featuring foxtrot swing twist Waltz and the Bird and latin american dances at 8 30 ., featuring Cha Cha and Mambo. Classes Are open to everyone a by a members non members single adults and couples. The new social dance classes will meet for eight consecutive weeks and will offer students the Opportunity of meeting new friends and having fun learning the latest ballroom dances. Miss Doris Humphries dance instructor for the new courses is Well known As an expert in her Field. She has taught for the Penthouse and Jimmy Payne dance studios the Chicago health club and Yew and my cars. Among other credits she also made a movie with Louis Jourdan Gale storm and Phil Regan. One May Register by calling John Bell at the Southtown Myca to 3-7300. Ernie Banks popular cub Star child guidance enthusiast cordially invites a. I ii Ernie Banks All youngsters and their parents to attend the grand opening Celebration of the american radio amp . Laboratories inc. At the 53rd-Kimbark Plaza saturday october 19th, 2 to 4 Pm in free service certificates i i autographed by Ernie Banksjr ii.fm.? Kinin it in win Piew Wiyu a Ftp Ninny Mem min we a it 1300 e. 53rd i 3-9111 24 hour service members of the y.m.c.a., All neighbourhood clubs b of scouts and girl scouts. This Means you too Sale items for weekend of oct. 27, 28. 29 Maine keyless , 1 Stu you 2 29 pure Black Pepper. 1 we a a a 2 red Cross Macaroni x 1 we Quot of 3 a 29 red Cross Spaghetti. X i # 4 30 Maxwell House Coffee. 1 i 65 Maxwell House Coffee. Drip 1 a 65 progressive flour. 5� 39 Southern Pride biscuits 8 of. Home style each . Southern Pride biscuits 5� 8 of. Buttermilk a limit to adult shoppers each Happy Vale peas. Amp 7 $1�� american Beauty Corn. 7 7 z $100 Ivory soap personal size bar. 4 it 25 fab. Rte a 25 Hyde Park spinach a to. Frozen food specials Booth fish Fried potatoes. 2 ,.r 25 a a a 29 meats sugar cured Swift s Premium hams Shank portion la. Butt portion la. Center Cut roast la. 33� 43c 79c Swift s Premium picnic Ham. Olb $1 i 89 fresh fryers sold whole. O a to n i i chitterling to pm l98 o. M. Bacon. 3 la. Thick a pc to sliced 90 pkg Trottman real Chili con Carne to 5 amp 149 just add water and heat Swift s Premium slab Bacon by the piece 39 eating apples produce 5c 11 . No. I la. Ii Sweet p potatoes. 5c,b. We deliver Naif to hum the 11 set to uht Quant i 11 is Ani to connect nnin1in0 Anas \

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