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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 24, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Saye a pretty Penny shop we deliver 356 e. 51� Street daily 8 of am. To s of pm sunday 800 . To 2 of p. The bulletin thursday. October 24, 1963 l Orn pal Al i disapproves of dances i by Albert Cunningham Iii dear Al i i am a Mother who disapproves of the dancing being done. I think it is vulgar and show immaturity. Of course my kids Isay i m just not what do you t i not a a hip it in dear not consider myself a ship to the Quot i believe that the majority of dances ii in Are far from being vulgar. Besides in a 111 certain you did dancing which was similar when you were a child. If you Pipp pm have Ever seen the mashed a it lathes n i \ you la notice it strongly resembles the a dances done in your time. Your pal Al dear Al my father spoils my sister and beats me. I need you help. What shall i do a a beaten dear a a beaten in i deeply sympathize with you talk to dad about this. Give Jour reasons for your opinions. I think he will understand. Dear of in a always being treated dirty. When my brother starts something i always get blamed. My smaller brother always bothers me and when i hit him i get a whipping. What can i do a a mistreated dear a a mistreated have you tried making locks for your doors and telling mom find dad also done to let brother Start anything walk away and do something else pick Bailey aniline for Obez Post Young exuberant William Rill Bailey has for the second time been chosen to work who Obez radio station of the Board of education. Bill is a student of Calumet High school. He has been a member of the stage Crew for some time he has local radio broadcasting experience and was a Winner in the science fair in the Field of electronics. Some of his duties Are making spot announcements writing scripts and presenting shows. The workshop members meet on tuesdays at which time assignments Are Given. Bill considers this experience advantageous to his desired career As a disc jockey. He plans to attend the University of Illinois. Hiresh Kaffir Isa vhf executive Seck Kathy flip Rev. Carl i Aqua joins a Lii a nigh school filing pals in a free Horn rally held in Park across the Street from the be Hoot 77 in s. Ingleside ave., 1a�t Meek. Alleged threats by some members of the Kirsch faculty against Pupil participating in the october 22 Boycott caused uproar among both students and their parents. Parents were later informed that no reprisals would he taken. Editor Irene s Beauty Salon 633 e. 71 St St. V for n appointment 4 Call a Uip i 224-7610 you \ i f save at j Irene s it \ k Milton Thornton our Bulle teen editor is hip son of or. And mrs. Robert Thornton. 6235 s. Green. Ile is a senior at Englewood High school where he is a member of the science club. Milton is also a member of the civil air patrol and is currently working for his restricted operators radio License. He a looking Forward to College where he will major in some Branch of science. Among his hobbies Are playing the piano records and dancing. Like All Young men he a a sports enthusiast and loves football baseball swimming. Last hut not least he a a Good editor and a Nice Guy to work for. E Home by 10 30 . Police supt. O. W. Wilson yesterday reminded youngsters who Ere out a trick and treating on halloween night thursday oct. J 31, that they will have to be of the streets by 10 30 . This is the Normal curfew requirement for boys and Giris under 17 years unless accompanied by adults and All youngsters found on the Street after frat time will be picked up by ice patrols Wilson added. I the superintendent said that commanding officers of All districts and task Force areas and units have been instructed to order their personnel to strictly enforce the curfew. The police department will have its top complement of men j assigned to duty during the busiest watches from 4 00 . To 8 00 . And All Day off time due privileges for officers will be cancelled for the halloween period. Task Force units and the task Force canine unit will be assigned to locations in various districts known from past experience to be a trouble spots j on halloween supplementing regular District beats. Special attention will also be Given Public schools to guard against vandalism and to Over j passes by beat cars during the halloween period Wilson Sal a adding a pranksters causing damage to property will be dealt with at the same time Wilson cautioned motorists to be care a oui when driving on halloween. He said a there will be More children on the streets than usual after j dark on halloween night. Drive with extra caution. Children have a habit of darting across streets and from behind cars without warning. And of course on halloween they May be wearing masks which will hamper their vision or costumes which May make them difficult to Wilson made the following suggestions to parents 1. Plan Community parties to keep teenagers indoors and supervise the activity. 2. Arrange trick and treat visits for younger children. Be i sure that a a Rick and to eaters i Are accompanied by older children or parents to prevent child j molestation. 3. Caution children not to enter dark areas and instruct them to remain outside the apartment or Home door when a making visits for treats. 4. Notifying tile police department immediately should you observe anyone loitering in a suspicious manner in your neighbourhood or committing any i unusual or unlawful act is ad-1 Vised. 5. Be sure that All youngsters Are off the City streets by 10 30 i . Unless accompanied by an adult. Wilson concluded a help keep halloween a Good fun time without depredation or take for service that zing see King Kings Standard service station 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 3-8221 St 3-9165 in sour. Students audition for radio Sale items for weekend october 24, 25. 26 Richland Rice sex. Long Grain 2-lbs. 29c 5 for 49c 3 for 29 c 3 for 89c strained baby food i c pineapple Grapefruit drink 4. American Beauty Corn Happy Vale peas Wilson s White Corn meal 5-lb. Bag Sweet 16 Margarine Jiffy yellow cake mix Jiffy White cake mix Jiffy Choc. Fudge cake Jiffy spice cake mix your Choice fab. 4c off pkg. With Purchase 4 for $1.00 poly Pak toilet tissue .8 Rolls 39c country fresh eggs.3 Doz. 89c coming Ibi to film 1123 East kill 95thstreet meat specials fresh pigs feet. Pigs tails. Neck Bones. Sliced Bacon ends amp pieces Wilson downed by Wright 25-6 the bed raiders of Wilson Junior College suffered a 25 to 6 setback at the hands of Wright in an Illinois Junior College conference Gridiron title played in Hanson Park. Wilson tied the score 6 to 6, at the half when Bill chillies caught an eight Yard flip from quarterback Sutor but the Host eleven scored one touchdown in the third period and added to Quot it More in the final Quarter. Between Stoney Island amp cottage Grove Swift s Premium beef livers. Swift s Premium slab Bacon by the piece Swift Sweet rasher Bacon Steak Sale rec round of Steak Boneless Bic beef of Stew. Look for this new sign at 1123 East 95th Street you can have All the step saving convenience of an Extension for Only pennies a Day. Ask your Telephone Man or else Call your Illinois Bell business office. Do it today. Between Stony Island amp cottage Grove transmission trouble now you can receive a prompt and reliable inspection of your cards transmission by factory trained technicians. In a Borg Warner owned and operated transmission Center you can be sure of getting the straight facts Tipper t0 Jack Salmon now Borg Warner automotive service centers offer you Complete Brake service front end alignment wheel balancing Shock absorbers Auto air conditioning As wed As Standard and automatic transmission service. Repairs will be recommended Only if needed. You will receive an honest appraisal and a fair Deal. Borg Warner automotive service Center factory owned and operated Plota q a. A. 1123 East 95lh Street Richie 0/4&Quot of jul Illinois Bell a i Telephone be4 site shooter the National Rifle association

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