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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 29, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Ape 4 Section 2thf. Bulletin thursday october 29, 1984 saving this space for watch Opportunity centers opens Englewood area Extension shop the wani1 ads Opportunity centers this week is opening an Extension of the 746 e. 63rd St. Center in the Englewood area. The Extension is located at 6308 Peoria. A senior citizens group mothers club sewing class and Basic education class Are scheduled. Teachers for the Cia sos arc provided by the Chicago Board of education. Mrs. Shirley Coleman. Opportunity centers program director will have charge of the group work. She will be assisted by volunteers. 5�/o discount on All millinery supplies to millinery school students millinery Hobby classes a monday .9 am. La am. A tuesday .7 . 9 . A Complete line of millinery supplies Iii hives hats 8613 cottage Grove 783-5155 i ii Ort club fetes members of tile trim Evans Avenue Block club were among guests on hand to congratulate a. R. Leak renter prominent mortician on the occasion of his 31 St anniversary in the funeral Industry. Month Long Observance is taking place on Liis weekly radio program a a its time truth Speaks broadcast live each sunday morning Over w non i 150 i rom tin a. Ii leak colonial Chape Toth cottage Grove. Members of the Block club Are seated mrs. Borine Robinson Secretary toll Evans and mrs. E. T. Johnson 7gj2 Evans. Standing left to right Are mrs. Rosie Moman d>19 Evans miss Nancy Bridges it Evans Aud mrs. Mary manna financial Secretary 7�l>.� Evans. Mrs. A. Ii. Leak Wile of political advertisement political advertisement political advertisement peace a Prosperity leadership for the . For Illinois for Justice the Englewood office of the Chicago commission on youth welfare headed by mrs. Rachel Ridley As Well As several individuals had asked that a Center be established in the area. Tile 1964 budget of Opportunity centers does not have any item for such expansion. However mrs. Ridley and mrs. Juliette Buford associate director of of i por Unity centers were Able to obtain an offer of free quarters from Immanuel United Brethren Church 66th Street and Peoria. The Rev. Victor Mccartney offered space in the Church owned building on Peoria Street. The Structure is Sou a of the Church edifice. # the slaving class taught by mrs. Dorohy Griffin and a Basic education class opened oct. 20. The mothers club and senior citizens group will be formed later. For the present the entire renter program will be offered in the afternoon and evening on tuesdays and thursdays. Classes and groups Are free. Mrs. Buford will be in the office at 6808 Peoria every tuesday and thursday afternoon and evening. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Normal 7-1189 or or 3-4414. In in in the Rev. Mil Mccartney in addition of providing space in the Church building also told the Story of Opportunity centers to his congregation at both the morning and afternoon services on sunday of. 19. Miss Jane prior executive director of Opportunity centers spoke at la . Service and then Pinch hit in the afternoon service for mrs. Buford. Frank Ardito also spoke in the afternoon. He explained the need for a neighbourhood Center and the interest of the commission on youth welfare in establishing such a Community service. The Rev. Or. Mccartney and mrs. Mccartney welcomed the centers to Englewood As did Hoe visiting clergy Bishop Epp the Rev. Christian Reiner Clark former pastor Sherman Craven and the Rev. Vam to Donbaugh who were officiating at the 77,h anniversary of Immanuel Church. Opportunity centers is a nonprofit organization that maintains a neighbourhood Center and office at 746 e. 63rd St., 513 i e. 47th St., and the new Extension of the 63rd Street Center in Englewood. J. Willard Tyler executive vice president and controller of Chicago metropolitan Assurance company is president of the Board of directors. In in in t officers of Opportunity centers Are t. K. Gibson mrs. Laird Bell Edwin j. Faster. Arthur b. Knight John j. Mchugh Nelson Brown mrs. Eleanor r. Patera. In addition to miss prior. Mrs. Buford and mrs. Coleman 25 other directors from business Industry and the social groups assist the organization in its program. Postmaster offers advice on sending gifts overseas postmaster Harry h. Semrow has announced that oct. 21 to nov. To has been designated by the Post office As the period when Christmas packages to members of the armed forces should be mailed. The term a armed forces overseas includes personnel of our armed forces members of their families and authorized United states civilians employed overseas who receive their mail through an Apo new York n. Y. San Francisco Calif. Or Seattle or Fleet Post office new York n. Y. Or san Francisco Calif. Or Navy Lyndon b. Johnson for president Otto Kerner for governor Daniel p. Ward for state s attorney dedicated to Rente Prosperity and Justin for All protect your future vote democratic insurance to o prominent Chatham Avalon Park insurance executives were at the speakers table at the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce annual banquet at Mccormick place last week. George s. Harris left 9327 s. Michigan president Chicago metropolitan Mutual Assurance company and past chairman of the chamber a Hoard of directors and Langford Spray gins 8156 Champlain Ace Salesman with new York life insurance co. Spraggins was director of the chamber a experimental membership Campaign for 1964. For president of the United states Lyndon b. Johnson for vice president of the United states Hubert h. Humphrey for governor of the state of Illinois Otto Kerner for lieutenant governor of Testate of Illinois Samuel h. Shapiro for Secretary of state of the state of Illinois Paul Powell for auditor of Public accounts of the state of Illinois Michael j. Howlett for attorney general of the state of Illinois William g. Clark for state s attorney of the county of Cook Illinois Daniel p. Ward for recorder of deeds of the county of Cook Illinois Sidney r. Olsen for clerk of the circuit court of the county of Cook Illinois Joseph j. Mcdonough for Coroner of the county of Cook Illinois Andrew j. Toman . For trustee of the metropolitan sanitary District of greater Chicago Valentine Janicki a Earl e. Strayhorn Vincent d. Garrity pull levers a and d you too can help build the great society to help. You must vote. Elect Johnson. Kerner. Ward be sure to vote democratic for state representatives on the Orange ballot vote democratic nov. 3rd a memorial album John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963 hear the Rich stirring voice that moved a nation to action. A voice that when silenced moved a nation to tears. Hear the notable speeches of our late president presenting the ideals of a Man and the philosophy of a nation. Listen to the distinguished leaders of the world pay tribute to the memory of a Man whose actions and beliefs truly portrayed a democracy. Side one pre election speech of senator Kennedy a oath of office for presidency by Jpn a inaugural address by Jpn a presidential press conference a Juk speech on space flight a Jpn speech on cuban crises. Side two Jpn speech in Houston Texas a assassination a comments by ambassador Adlai Stevenson sen. Barry Coldwater. Cen. Eisenhower prime min. Hume. His holiness Pope Paul i and president l. B. Johnson. The color photograph on the cover of the album is suitable for framing. Post office co paymaster Seattle Wash. Postmaster Semrow offered the following data to guide the mailing of packages parcels to be handled by surface mail should be sent Between oct. 21 and nov. To. Packages sent by air mail should be mailed dec. I to dec. To. The maximum weight is 70 pounds except that a limit of 50 pounds applies to certain overseas destinations addressed through new York n. Y. One Hundred inches in length and Girth combined is the maximum size except that smaller limitations apply to certain overseas destinations addressed through new York n. Y. Boxes for overseas mailing must be of Strong construction because of the great distance these parcels must be transported and the handling and storage they must undergo. It is necessary that All articles for overseas delivery be packed in boxes of Wood Metal solid fibreboard or Strong double faced corrugated fibreboard. It also is desirable to have All corrugated and fibreboard Cartons securely wrapped with heavy Waterproof paper which materially strengthens the package. Each Box should be Well tied with Strong Cord. Customs declaration on form 2966 or 2976-a completed by foe senders Are required on parcels addressed through Apo a and no s. In addition to the usual articles normally prohibited in the mails matches of All kinds and lighter fluid cannot be mailed to overseas military addresses. Cigarettes other tobacco products and Coffee Are prohibited in parcels addressed to certain military Post offices. The Domestic rates of postage Are applicable and postage must be fully prepaid. When fourth class parcel Post rates Are applicable the zone rate from the Post office when mailed t othe Post office through which the parcel is addressed will be charged. Air mail weighing 8 ounces or less costs 8 cents per ounce or fraction of an ounce and those articles weighing Over 8 ounces Are charged at the eighth zone rate or 88 cents for each Pound and 80 cents for each additional Pound or fraction thereof. For additional information regarding overseas mailing Contact your local Post office. Chicago a newest mail this Coupon Southtown economist 728 w. 65th St. Chicago enclosed in Scheck Money order Cash if Check is enclosed please make Pas Ahi to South toss a economist inc please Send. Albums at each. Print name _ or briny it in now i economist newspapers a 728 w. 65th St. A 9818 s. Western ave. A 1716 e. 79th St. A 639 e. 71st St. A 5240 s. Harper opens nov. 5th is sex the Gene Frankel production of Pirandello s Enrico with a professional off Broadway cast is a i u is ii democratic party of Cook county # address i City. State and zone _ pirate allow Ioda to for delivery of mail order Foj a a i h a a b a a a As a in in i Box office a ticket now open m on Sal. J of c nov. 5th ii a ass Siwwi dec. 5th re St s performances weekly a Only 300 seat a Waelty z Tach performance f tuesday wednesday a. Thursday s3.oo w Friday Eves $3.90 a 5 sit. 6 30 . A 10 1$ . $3,90 a sunday matinee $2.50 a j sunday eve s3.30 i croup rates a mailable mail i orders accepted ,. 6 5238 s. Harper 60615 a enclose stamped self add Messod envelope 5 Call by 8-1717 for information. C. I Quot a i a w a

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