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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 29, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Guaranteed High Quality no. 2 and no. 3 Gai. Lots the wonder keeps Ionics and screens clean and helps prevent tank rust i if Boulevard 8-3000 the Gene Frankel production of Fin Andello s with a professional off Broadwey West Paul Powell democratic pertaining o the office including exhibition Center despite criticism candidate for Illinois Secretary of Laws relative to Highway safety from those who failed to recognize , a it seeking to gain support strengthening Drivers License that this project could help the by voters in the nov. 3 election on the basis of his record during Laws the financial liability act. Economy of the entire state. 30 years of Public service. The corporation and securities acts Powell has sponsored and has a native of Vienna. Iu., Powell Ancl the seen enacted into Law. Legislation served six years As a member it Jow serving his fifteenth con beneficial to labor Industry the of the Ionna High school Board secu4jve in the general As professions retail merchants the and was serving As that cites ,. ,. Mayor a Vern first fleeced to the set a by Powell represents the 59th cadets apiculture and Illinois legislature in 1934. Legislative District. He has served Turai fars As downstate director of the Quot Quot Quot minority whip. Minority Leader he iks been a consistent sup democratic state committee from 2945 to 1953, he organized and led the downstate drive credited with Paul Powell carrying Illinois for president Harry Truman in 1948. In i960, he carried the Banner of John f. Kennedy and subsequently espoused the philosophy of tile late president with regard to improving living conditions for citizens in both Large Urban areas and in Rural communities. Powell has. Gained practical knowledge of the Secretary of states office through preparation for sponsorship committee study and floor discussion of a a a Quot 11. Mick ii theater in fair sessions of the general Porter of East tree of merest War veterans including Assembly and was elected speak Hose who served world War or of the House in 1949, 1959, and j and the korean conflict. 1961. A a a a a a the candidate for Secretary since 1945, the Candida e has 0f state has played a leading role i been a member of Hie Illinois i in establishment of a new mental budgetary commission a probably health department thus placing the most important commission in Illinois ahead of other states in Illinois government. Powell also in care and treatment of mental i i nit nitty homily has been a member since its creation in 1957 of the legislative audit commission a a watchdog of millions of dollars of state funds. By ill and handicapped persons. Powell has actively supported and sponsored legislation providing for construction of the rapidly As speaker of the House pow expanding network of Modem Ellis services received Praise from highways. At the same time the Chicago a newest legitimate theater opens nov. 5th Iii a slav morning Ort. 22, pc As the Day these Community leaders sat Down at the Headquarters of the Englewood Community organization 73364th St., to map the roles of their organizations in an a operation thanksgiving baskets project for the Englewood Community. Their goal is at least 300 baskets to be distributed to i lie needy prior to thanksgiving Day nov. 26. Seated left to right airs. Virginia Poore 6310 Emerald Leo Secretary Robert l. Jack 6442 alter Deco City department of Public Aid tile Rev. David e. Readye president of Leo i and mrs. Phyllis Jackson 201 e. 70th St., Leo staff worker. Standing left to members of both parties in Addi matter of Highway safety has been right Joseph samples commission on youth welfare mrs. Edna Taylor 6434 Hon to others Well acquainted with a major consideration of the can Emerald ked co chairman and mrs. Emma Green 6434 Peoria Leo staff state government. Demonstrating dilate. Worker his ability As an administrator he a _�1 Zola to off Vic re i77 in a in the area of education pow coordinated the efforts of by leg a stators oho handled thousands of a a. Has he a us stoned and do or pieces legislation on the g. By voting for taxes to provide funds to meet school financial needs. A a a l during Powell a campaigns a through committees with Public hearings and with conflicting debate and parliamentary entanglements. Powell has gained a vast knowledge of state government in All its phases through Active participation As a member of various committees and commissions including the state personnel administrative commission commission to study state government legislative Council cooperation commission state Revenue Laws commission and municipal Revenue commission. A a a he was a key sponsor of legislation that created Mccormick place Chicago a lakefront tear get a choirs to sing american Folk son a mass for election As a legislator he has received endorsements from Many and vane organizations which indicated their Confidence in his fairness. His strongest endorse merits have come from labor. Rowel was educated in Vienna Public schools and Vienna High school. He worked with his father n a drug store and later operated his own retail and service establishments. He lives with his wife. Daisy in tire House in Vienna where he was bom. Will lie Sung by the combined Chicago said a father Mitchell choirs of St. Georges episcopal. Mass is a significant of pres starring Alvin Epstein product Len d a a i a n David Ballou Box office of tick., now open m on Tai. Nov. 5th a Doc. 5th three Complete 13-11 eel police training program s performances weekly a Only 300 teat capacity each Porf Ormaca tuesday wednesday l thursday Eves $3.00 Friday Eves $3.90 to sit. 6 30 . I 10 15 . $3.90 sunday matinee $2.30 sunday eve $3.30 ii croup rates available. Mail i orders accepted %. I 5238 8. Harper Chillo 60815 a k enclose stamped Seif Addra eted envelope a % Call by a-1717 for information. Completion of a 13-week training program at the Chicago police Academy 720 w. Of Brien St., in which the rookies were taught Law department orders rules and regulations judo firearms first Aid hit men relations. And other three residents were among 22 new Chicago patrolmen and six officers from other Poloe departments who received diplomas from supt. O. W. Wilson in Gradu-1 ceremonies held Friday. Receiving their diplomas in the 5th floor aur orium of Central related police subject. Headquarters Annex ii s. State this is the sixth class to be St., were Cosie la s. Swain 7611 graduated from tile Academy Green Larry c. Williams 65451during 1964, bringing the total of Union and James h. Wilson 8624 Rookie policemen to Complete the Indiana. I training to 295. The graduation marked the1 tile american Folk song mass Rev. G. Francis Burrill. Bishop of adds a new contemporary Dimen Oti to our worship. After All the proclamation of the gospel is a yous action and All thus Joy is Nasi properly expressed through Ublia worship of the people of the newly formed boys choir my youth choir Wall sing far a regular service for the first time his sunday. Their Youthful vitality will furrier add to the exciting Quality of the Folk mass said the Rev. Or. Boh. Miss june Ferguson organist my choir director will sing a Soprani Solo. Quot Jerusalem my Happy at the offertory. Pis Al o will be a traditional Folk Melody As Wall the prelude postlude and other music. Church at to . On All saints Day sunday nov. I. This musical setting of the wards of the mass is an original composition of the Rev. Ian Douglass Mitchell formerly a priest of die diocese of i Imago. Instead of the usual Organ accompaniment the vigorous strumming of guitar and Banjo will provide the Back ground music. Sion of a deep need within the Church to express her worship ii contemporary Hie Rector of St. Georges the Rev. William w. Bola. Points of that this use of the mass is important because it is not just concert or demonstration no her it is being used As a part of tin regular worship of tile Parish. A stills concept a he said Quot a in his endorsement the it. Exciting first rate musically an scouting units i manned by Quot Hurches in District seven churches in the area tile churches already planning served by the South Shore District q Farr scout units and the int to of tile Chicago area Council head Are he Rcv h an scouts of America Are planning the fall growth i Sony Auie paen s Lut Terai to participate in program of the Council. Halloween show in mini ii it Phee Candy free sponsored by the tile purpose of the program is to make scouting available to More boys in the South Shore District which is composed of South Shore Chatham grand crossing Windsor Park Avalon Park and _ Park Manor neighbourhoods said 8210 Cornell the Rev. Malmgren i Edmund v. Boland of Naperville. Gustavus Adolphus lutheran Church 7426 Drexel the Rev. Church 8509 Maryland the Rev. Ii. Crawford Israel methodic Church 7620 cottage Grove rabbi Sajowitz South Shore Temple 7211 Jeffery the Rev. N. B. Carpenter. Cornell Avenue Baptist Church bulletin Chicago s leading Community weekly amp the Kim theatre 6219 so. Halsted St. Boland assistant to the president coca cola bottling company 7 e. 73rd St., and local chairman of tile scout growth committee reported the participation of the churches. Parks plan halloween continued from Page i sponsor a halloween party for its area youths. There will be dancing for teenagers in the boys gym and a judging of costumes and prizes in the girls gym. The youngsters will also be shown a program of movies and cartoons. Festivities will get under Way at 7 . And last until to . Frank Sayre 447 e. 9lst St., is tile Council president and j olm Brooks is the Park supervisor. Far West at Ogden Park a Community program is planned for All area youths up to and including 15 years of age. Tile program will include a full hour of technicolor cartoons Novelly contests and a full round of refreshments. Tile doors will open at 7 . Tile program will be held in the Park fieldhouse 6500 Throop. Edu wry will rip is i or Nark Aliner Stephenson Bethlehem covenant presbyterian Church 7300 Maryland and the Rev. M. K. Hargens St. Paul evangelical lutheran Church 7619 Dorchester. At present 1,906 South Shore boys Ara participating in scouting As members of 72 packs troops or jux Sis. There Are to Steps involved in organizing a scout unit Boland said. Tile first three of Steps primarily Ara devoted to gaining the sponsoring institutions agreement to organize units he added. Hirsch Downs usable 7-6 a fourth i it period touchdown on Hayward Mckerson a pass to Jose Scales followed by an All important extra Point in by Ragland Cooper enabled Kirsch High to Edge disable 7 to 6, last saturday. Tile panthers had taken a 6 to 0 Lead in the second period on a six Yard pass play from Beal to Borders. Hirsch will be seeking its fourth Blue division Victory against one loss and a tie when it Battles Harlan High at Gately stadium this afternoon. Park standings City league red division i. W vocational 4 0 Morgan pm. 2 2 2 Dunbar 2 Fenger 2 2 Englewood 0 White division Bogan 4 0 Calumet 2 Tilden tech it i Harper to Phillips to i Kelly 0 Blue division a Bowen 4 o a Harlan 2 a Hirsch t i a South shr. I disable 3 2 Hyde pm. I Gage Park 3 2 Parker 0 Ali of Osif problem saturday morning oct. 31, 1964 to a. M. Bring this and with you for your special admission Price of 25c plus free Candy. Free passes to the youngsters with the most unusual costumes. Recd your bulletin regularly for All outstanding Community events. Board proves equipment for Hinton school a contract bid of $28,601. For Metal wardrobes casework and equipment for the Hinton elementary school 644 w. 71st St., was awarded by the Chicago Board of education in a recent session. The successful bidder was Art Metal products company. The firm was selected from a a Field of 33 companies from which bids were solicited. The 43 sets of wardrobes and other equipment will provide storage for the outer garments and miscellany of pupils and i teachers. The equipment will be i installed in classrooms kindergartens offices and special use i rooms. Tue Harlan High school . Met wednesday afternoon. Oft. 21, Iii the social room of the school 9632 Michigan. The theme of the meeting was a a recognizing the potential drop out and hat he is principal speaker for the occasion was Henry Grant 8014 Calumet a Counselor at Harlan. According to Grant some of the traits shown by girls having a tendency toward leaving school Are excessive Legal absence cutting and truancy poor work habits fighting and aggressive behaviour and non conforming attitudes and behaviour. Getting together after the meeting Are left to right mrs. Alex Durko 10030 Union . President mrs. Isaac person 9336 Forest and a Lerv Grant. The bulletin. Thursday october 29. 1964 Paul Powell seeks election on Public servant record Section 2 Page 9 visor

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