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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 31, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Paye 6the bulletin thursday March 22, 1962 a in the political wind set Community fund drive # m Fly Albert d. Johnson registration for the april 10 in county funds duplicates the primary closed on a disappoint role of the veterans administrate note. Chicago registrants Tion. The vac is not responsible were 179.065 fewer in number to either the county or the state than in i960 according to the reps. Hachmeister and Scari Board of election commis Ano Are calling for the overhaul sinners. Thousands of voters ing of state Veteran Laws. They and prospective voters have Are also suggesting that the in disenfranchised themselves he tire state government Structure failing to Register. Many still be investigated for possible arc unaware of the necessity of duplication of operations. Re registering if they Hadnot done so since last july. The state has been in a financial crisis for Over p. Year in the suburbs where re pub but no far reaching measures lican strength is preponderant have been effected to alleviate gop political leaders expressed a the situation so far. Gov. Kerner dismay Over the thousands who has appointed a special tax stayed away. Said one disgusted commission to study ways of gop Leader Quot it makes me mad improving the a Structure of that people done to think enough the state. The commission is to of their responsibilities to Reg a report its findings to the next ister and to session of the state legislature. Yet the gop is often deriding duplication of government of the democratic rations Means that millions of Many voters on the South Side dollars Are being wasted an have told me that they Haven Paliy. Never heard of their Republican in a special letter to sen. Party workers or precinct Cap Spessard l. Holland a Fia f gains Etc. But democratic or pres. Kennedy urged the pass Gani National workers Are so age of a constitutional Amend-1 dominant in some areas that ment abolishing poll tax. Five some republicans have accused Southern states still maintain a the democrats of squelching the payment of poll taxes As a gop activities. They fail to take prerequisite for voting. Last notice that our two party such a measure was tem is competitive and that passed by the Senate but was hard work and an interesting ignored by the House. Pres program Are major factors in Kennedy said that negroes winning followers and elections.1 should be Able to at least vote in two state legislators state National elections. Representatives Albert before the amendment could Hachmeister a Chicago and become a part of our National Anthony j. Scariano a Park Constitution it must be ratified Forest have accused the state by three fourths of the 50 states. Quot its time to consider health the City. A Short film a a teach problems was the theme of ing teenagers about alcohol Quot the Harlan High a to meeting was also shown. Election of officers was held in the business meeting. Honor schools noted this month Wert Gillespie elementary 9301 s. And Lonnie Moone 7000 s. Ver non ave., following a Short business meeting and supper. Club holds bring wealth discussed in a to party and meet a Bridge contest featured entertainment in a recent meet yesterday in the school Audi ing of the Delatoba supple thorium 9652 s. Michigan ave. Klub held in the Home of or. Or Arnold j Ruhn it a Mem and mrs. Leo Dyer 818 a 88th i 0f Chicago committee t a on alcoholism and guest speak state St. And Drew elementary prizes were arc a a Ier told the group of the serious 9300 s. Princeton ave. Drinking problem in a social hour was held follow a a j ing the meeting with mrs. Harry Brazil report on a Tow Swanson and mrs. Robert Fry my a a forty million shoes an hour chairmen. Mrs. Alex Benko mrs. Georgw Franklin 9221 , in a Quot a 1 cd it a pro pm cd Lymm Indiana ave. And mrs. Kenny v c i a 88 the key country mrs. Lawrence Uebner. A to h. Price 9637 s. Prairie ave. Ass a i�5rmeipr�?o, urges up Rion to members of the club attending a u u Quot ext month�?T8 meeting were or. And mrs. Tower. A Phinij i 1 in a Lude pan#1 Dos Banks. 312 e. 60th St. And mrs. I a n m Cussion on Quot teenage Alice Jones 9425 s. Forest ave. March a �8.30 . On cd or Tiju in ntiv6ns1 cancer series on a Tow is Andrj tactic a series of six pro mrs Alonzo e Walker cd Grams designed to dispel Somp mrs. Alonzo e Walker and of the mistaken Deag about mrs. Jame. Williams 9407 s. Cancer flu telecast on a us u a a Tow Channel 11 beginning in u ? Al sunday March 25 at 10 . Meeting in the Home of mrs. A Alice Jones. Mrs. Louise Moone ii president of the group. Dance school Over 200 Volunteer chairmen for he 1962 Community Campaign gathered at the television studios of Channel 11 for a briefing session in preparation for the fund drives which they will organize in the residential communities. In addition to the hard work of planning a Campaign the chairmen met some of the television personalities appearing on Channel 11. Arkie the Wood chopper Sec Ond from left and chief White Eagle who appear on it two a totem club Are shown above with three area chairmen. From left Are mrs. Rubye Harlan 6834 s. Cornell ave. Mrs. Ernest l. Richie 5815 s. Perry ave., and mrs. Cor inne Clardy 5817 s. Perry ave. Mrs. Harlan is co chairman of the Parkside school area. Mrs. Richie and mrs. Clardy Are co chairmen of the Carter school area. Of duplication in administering most Southern states would be a to /4q tv1 its veterans Laws. They also sex expected to vote against Ratifi-9 j. Vil Fth to or pressed belief that duplication exists throughout state governmental machinery. Both lawmakers charged that the veterans assistance commission which receives an annual appropriation of $150,000 cation. Incidentally the City s negroes had the largest number of sch Al juniors and seniors will voters and potential voters who be presented by the Theta failed to Register or preregister. Omega and Beta chapters of a career conference for High guidance science and Industry health and medical and Don t forget the Power of the vote and your right to use it. A it a t v v m. Ltd a Viv svy so Quot i by Anne Tyson the wins Mettes social and daily stunning in a Maurice Charity club have sold out All Rentner original with the new of the $25.00 tickets. You know this is the organizations 25th anniversary. Mrs. Count Basie 4iam shape. Artie chose for herself an elongated Aig Tibetts growing wild picture hat of net plus the Bon Bon club of Newi Black plus cosmetics of the York will be presented in a Fash Alpha Kappa Alpha sororities saturday March 31 from 1 to 4 . In the South Park Center of the Owca 436 e. 39th St keynote speaker will be mrs. Russell Wilkinson chief Counselor at the Southside office of the Illinois state employment service. A eng accepted now by Chi counselling sessions in theft i Jago High school principals lowing career areas will be held after the program. Finance scholarship and set registration for league Public service. Registration for the a1 Smith the conference presented in,1# not Yew taken cooperation with the chief or boy age Yar the ban league youth guidance pro. ,. .11headquarters of the Chatham Jet will serve to inform Young women of available careers other than teaching and social work and to stimulate increased interest in the annual aka scholarship award. Applications for the $500 Grant Amba to show movies the Woodlawn business menus association will present a free movie for All children in the Woodlawn area april 7 at 10 . At the Maryland theater 63rd and Maryland. Tickets May be obtained from any member of the association in the 63rd Street shopping area. Co chairmen of the movie Day Are Sam Mallin and Max Bomstein. Further information on the big easter program planned for the Community by the Woodlawn business men will appear in the big april 4 edition of the Booster. Good used car save 50% see Superior Chevrolet 6943 s. Halsted i t a Council 7623 South Park ave., Between the hours of 2 and 5 . Boundaries of the league Are West at state St. North at 79th St. South at 83rd St. To Burnside and East to Euis ave. Clarence Bryant president of the league said each boy must be accompanied by an adults. The lessons that last a lifetime wherever she goes whatever she does a dance school will mean much to your Little girl always. For Here she begins to really discover herself a. A be comes aware of music of Art. Achieves new Grace new poise new confidences these Are lasting lessons that will appear one Day in the cultured Charm of a Lovely Young woman. Do enrol her now. In one of our new Spring classes a Ballet a tap a acrobatic a modern jazz a Baton special comb Natlee classes for pupils from Afa 4 be 4, speech and drama music piano Voicik Ortan i it Fth South Slot i Polnett Smi Mayfair Academy Fine arts 754 e. 76th St. I 6-8111 p.5. We Hava classes far adults Tael Englewood store 63rd Halsted Honor Blind a world health Day apr. 7 Ion show. There Are still plenty of $10.00 seats however. Your social whirl has been Maeguerite Ward Beauty prod win be dedicated to the prob acts special blend for the hats., a i u i i Lem of blindness by the world another Eye Catcher was Pink. Bali wide Straw mushroom in health organization. A Public a sked to pour during Saint crusted entirely with Sweet peas. Education program mrs. James Shaw i wonder on of it a. 7 and run for several Why i done to get the bulletin months Therea Iier. Included some of her a a yesteryear hats that Artie had de 79th St. Store 1334 e. 79th Street Only Sears Marks Church wide Tea sunday afternoon March 25, in the Fellowship Hall 8441 s. St. Lawrence ave. A in orbit is the to Kurck and co committee of the As. Socrates Are serving Brunch theme and you la find me at six Ned for her. Spotted were from j . To 5 ., sunday. Mars Quot table and miss Audrey a mrs. Ephrim person mrs. Doro March 25 mrs Theresa Yancey Hinton says she will be at Quot Mer thy Bowser mrs. Marlon Camp is president of the auxiliary Cury table. Miss Callie Brox Field. Mrs. Millard j. Hicls j Willa a hat shop cordially Inton is general chairman and mrs. Ethel Jones mrs. Maurice i vat leg u t attend its a a private her goal is $6,000 that s a Nice a Dixon mrs. Larry Walson,i0f original hats Sun goal. Or. Maceo Pembroke mrs. C. Haynes mrs. Annie March 25 from 3 . To is . Mrs. Charles Wash 9 a her Salon 520 e 71st Sharp invites Are in the mail in a Tony is Erestine Bee and St featured models Are Rosa announcing the Chicago Idle s Marshall and of yes i be Union of St. Louis mo., and Wilders. Inc. Quot a gala night in Osborne Tyson. A rare selection Alice Leach of it. Wayne. Ind. A in Al 10 Pound electric clothes dryer 98�� Sali Mici Idlewild Quot and a a thank Maycle purchased at the teenagers of the. Church Mae a dress Sho of the Good Shepherd 5700 s. Prairie ave., will have a Gigantic rummage Sale in the base three Lovely creations will be Given away and Champagne will mrs. Edward Clayton dropped flow plentifully by to Tell me the Chicago music a a primary election amp thank association is presenting Hor you dance will be held Satur ment of the Church on saturday tense love Soprano in an after Day March 24 in the grand March 24 from 8 until 4 . Noon song. John a. Martin ballroom. The dance sponsored this Sale will be unusual be accompanist sunday april 1,1 by the 6th Ward Young demo cause of the great variety and 1 Mccormick place Little crafts will be in Honor of mrs. Overall High Quality of the Mert eater. Christine Chandler and George Chandise. Mrs. Charles q. Run-1 miss Betty Gross director of Hurley a King and Queen of the Ner tells me there will also be nurses at provident Hospital put ,6th Ward. Robert h. Miller is clothing for All members of the not be mail to remind me Alderman of the 6th Ward family some new others Only provident a women a Board j condolences go to the family slightly used. Some new items annual Tea april 1, in the pack \ of Mary Cardwell Dawson of have been donated by an out House Center 4859 s. Wabash Washington d.c., who died last standing 63rd St. Women a dress amp be tuesday. She was the founder shop also furniture household Millard Jefferson Hicks of the National negro opera items jewelry books and rec 8018 s. Rhodes ave., and her foundation ords. Proceeds from the Sale Admiral 4 Speed Coupon at the Bottom of the Page is Worth $5.00 to you on appliances Ovar $100.00 listed below. Present this Coupon to your appliance Salesman select the appliance you desire. He will deduct $5.00 from the Sele Price of the item you have selected. Easy enough in t it fully automatic Washer 148�� 24"�?i la. Save another $5.00 Sali Mici re. $229.95 10 la. Deluxe Auto. Washer $ 209 88 Savi another $5.00 will be used to finance an extensive teenager program at Good Shepherd it was wonderful to see so Many Many of my friends out to greater Bethesda a annual Spring hat revue and Tea. I did no to know until the next Day there was standing room Only throughout the ladies lounge parlor and Vestibule. Artie creations were Superb. Of yes. Most of the hats were sold and yes i resist the last one i modelled ditto for mrs. A. Lincoln James and mrs. Albert Spaulding who were get be 24 or. Nursing care $5.00 por Day ctn Ltd a approved by City amp St to ambulatory a by a Ridden Ruhr to it riot accepted. Located near Midway Kimbark nursing Home �132 s. Kimbark museum 43077 automatic portable phonograph Pill s e Roll about stand a 24 popular stuff o 45 rpm spindle re. $109.95 9-lb. Wringer Washer 11 cd. It. Refrigerator Sali Mici. Savi another $5.00 $ 98 $ 179 95 phonograph. Roll about stand pack of Pap record inti. .11.7 Admiral 4s-rpm spindle. 1.7s total value $75.41 our Prici Only a a save 2i.s3 1.00 down�?1.00 weekly 19 cd. It. Refrigerator it new diff re nil the Coldi of Frt or mat Oil i a do Al for e Home with a Fri a or. A m a a Sali mint. Pm m m Rig. $219.95 13 cd. It. Chest Freezer Sali Prici 199�?o Savi another 10 cd. It. Upright Freezer Sali Prici Reg. $229.95 23&Quot to console Sali Prici 198 00 189�?T5 Savi another Reg. $199.95 air conditioner 7vi amps. 6.900 Btu s Savi another $169 88 Reg. $217.77 automatic Zig Zag sewing machine console Sali Prici i vow Savi another 88 Sav. Another s5.0� Reg. $159.95 19&Quot portable to Savi another Sali prior Reg. $79.95 portable stereo phonograph n 69�?� Reg. $179.95 30&Quot Gas Range Sali Prici 148�� Reg. $789.95 36&Quot ca#000 Gas Range a amp 168 Savi another res. $189.95 30&Quot electric Range 16o Savi another Rio. S49.00 2 Spud Rug scr Ziino floor polisher 48�?o Riv Olvins Irish vacuum cleaner a Inmom 2-Spicd automatic Washer 3 washing cyclt�?3 water Ftp Tafur Choice a a built in filtar�?10 la. Capacity. Sali Prici a a a a Savi another $5.00 Reg. $33t.ts a 14 it. A i i a i i i Vaa m78 a go. Ï4it.7j. I it. 0 a Aap refrigerator hqo95 . A inn m m # Englewood 63rd-Halsted 79th Street 1334 e. 79th St. Uso our easy cry Dit Han a no Money Down a easy tort 59�?o to 3-4400 a 11700 fros Tiest a Sali Frici a a Savi another Inta Misi record of Soma spied. Wonderful sound Ftp of diction with Spiriti Toni ind Volunta control. Ruschy my Kredit jewellers i Reg. $359.00 m cd. It refrigerator $ a restless Sal Price Savi another 299 88 Good for $5.00 on appliances of 100.00 or More value at Sears �3rd a Hamud or our 79th St. Storo at 1334 e. 79th strut Only Spring Home appliance Sale Coupon Good until March 29. 1962 lion stick a Fortl _ Rit flit. Xvi a stints to. Mom 32 a Adams St. Hush Oun ims s. Halides St. 1184 Sherman sex rate. Thuis 4 he Ivis. 8260 Law Coli in. In Iao away coir of miss Ofin . Lamar Tutu Zamft. A Tunis. Ivos. 12 cubic foot refrigerator Savi another $219� Good for $5.00 on appliances of 5100.00 or he re Vauzie t Coupon for Appl Lanc. 5 t

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