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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 1, 1966, Chicago, Illinois By Anne Tyson 2thur$Day, sept. 1,1966 the bulletin ladies of Park Manor i have about fifty pledge cards that Ware sent to me by mrs. Doris Saunders for the n Mac p s Quot operation give Quot so please Call your social whirl or drop in my office and pick up your pledges. All we want you to do is tag for As Many hours As you can on sept. 17th. Fill out the card and Send it into Chicago Branch a act. Perhaps you have a Friend that can give some time they need 25,000 taggers. The Quot Back to school cruise sponsored recently by the Etta Mote education and civic club for teenagers aboard the my Trinidad was a huge Success. Junior and senior students from Chicago area High schools were among the party. The Pep Tail party was the organizations Way of showing appreciation for their Scholastic efforts. Only soft drinks and food was served mrs. Effie Young of 7050 Calumet ave. Was co chairman of the event. The club is an affiliate of the Chicago and Northern District association of club women. A note reads instead of having our september meeting at a member s Home this month we have decided to have a boat ride on Beautiful Lake Michigan sounds like a swell idea so ladies get Busy and Contact your president As soon As possible or Marion Murphy the chairman of Yola g. Bowles Corr Sec. A a incidentally girls that was some yacht cruise last sunday you be heard the song Why done to we do this More often ? delicious Fried Chicken and Home made cake that melted in your Mouth boy that food tasted Good out there on the Lake. Though i missed cruise time a yachts Man was gracious enough to take me out to meet the pleasure cruise party so we changed Over in mid sea. Of it was so exciting. Reginald Bishop 7229 Langley ave. Rushed by sat urday to Tell me that his fraternity the Phalanx gave their annual summer dance last saturday at the Midland hotel. His sister Betty is one of the lady mail carriers too. Sunday was Monica Monroe a birthday so Mother choose the Martinique for a dinner theatre party for about 25 children. Shelia r. Brown was missed but she and parents were up at Wisconsin dells so Shelia left her present Early. Monica will be returning to private school. Young Proctor Wiggins the third is returning to Iowa with a b average very Good. You remember our pet student Suane Huff Well he is returning to Southen Illinois this fall As a Junior and driving his own car now. I understand now in the Tim to overhaul the Lawn sow grass seed for repairing an old Lawn or starting a new Lawn. Many perennial Flower seeds can be sown in Early fall. I m using clout to get rid of the crab grass in my Lawn i still have big Beautiful roses in Bloom thanks for a wonderful Gardener. 0 0 0 Lyric opera has offered non subscriptions single ticket sales. Lyric contributors and Guild members will be Given priority for single ticket sales until sept. 6. Dec. 4 the Woodlawn Community service Agency is presenting Shirley Verrett Mezz Soprano. Concert artist. Mrs. Ola Lee Muirhead is general chairman of the concert. A a sept. 9th. A have a heart charities will conduct their annual tag Day. 50 Agency will Benefit from this Effort. Really proud of my Friend or. Sam Berry of 7740 Wabash ave. Who has been named to the Seaway Banks Board of directors and also Dempsey j. Travis. 0 0 0. Vernon Baptist Church is raffling off a Rogers stainless steel silverware set service for eight at 653 e. 63rd St., Winner need not be present. The advisory Board of consumer league of Owens West Public relations organization will chlorate the birthday of Jessie Owens on september 12 in the Tiki room. The committee of women spearheaded by mrs. Addio Curtis mrs. Robert Thompson mrs. Mary Stewart mrs. Georgia Rowell and miss Josephine Fulton have been completing plans and preparations for a memorable birthday Celebration for or. Owens. Mrs. Grace Lee Stevens mrs. Laursa s. Hedrick mrs. Maude Tancil and mrs. Lovelyn a Evans Are hostesses mrs. Helen Bowman is president of the auxiliary. 0 0 0 free tickets Are in my store to attend a Farewell Outing at Riverview Courtesy of Riverview amusement Park. The Date is set for september 4, and each ticket is Good for six rides so kids pick up your tickets. 0 0 0 Oscar Brownjr. Plans to open a new theater on the South Side in the near future where he Hopes to write produce and direct shows and operate a theater workshop the theater has tentatively been named the a a alleys. Brown plans to Transfer his current new hit a a Joy 66�?� out there. Training Range keys Parker evening school showing perfect form americans Aren t the Only ones who know How to Bandi a Chicken leg a Naturel. Though surrounded by Well maning helpers Sweden s Exchange visitor in the education for life program 18-y#ar-old miss Kerstin Kag lius demonstrates so needs no prompting or coaching during a cookout Given in her Honor in the Back Yard of the Antonio m. Gordon residence 548 e. 89th St. Flanked by Rosetta left Bobby Stone her hosts 4947 Federal Kerstin is the Center of All eyes As she proceeds to enjoy a portion of the Chicken. Among the watchers Are Verdie and Parnell Burks both of 4947 Federal Antonio Marie Gail and Tony Gordon All of 548 e. 89th St. Pamela Williams 8419 Indiana and Laura Miller 8445 South Park. Fund drive to combat lung disease launched starting monday aug. 29, and extending through sept. To a concerted annual drive has again been launched throughout the metropolitan area to raise funds to combat the serious lung and digestive disease known As of a cystic fibrosis. Monitoring the bulletin area Campaign Are or. And mrs. Thomas Casey 7001 Ada. They will be in charge of scores of volunteers who will be making the door to door trek to seek funds for research and treatment of the affliction which hits one out of every 1,-000 children. The 1966 goal is $150,000, and the Campaign slogan is a a give a child the breath of the Campaign is being conducted by 15,00 volunteers throughout Cook do Page will Mchenry Kane and Lake counties and the Northern part of Indiana including Gary and Hammond All areas served by the Chicago chapter National cystic fibrosis research foundation. 400 w. Madison St. Of is now considered one of the most common chronic serious diseases of childhood. Its Little victims Are under constant 24-hour-a-Day treatment and medication which is a Sev win Cash pay your bulletin news boy get your sweepstakes receipt. No obligation see Page i for details Ere Drain on the average family physically psychologically and financially. The Chicago chapter sponsor of the of Campaign helps greatly to relieve the Burden on these unfortunate families with Home care equipment and Low Cost drugs. It established and supports the of clinic at children a memorial Hospital and works closely with other medical centers. Jet set Ordinary walks of life Appeal to few people today because they re looking for speedways. Lip service preaching goes without practice because some people feel that preaching is performance. Of Castor actions copies of family picture4 expiry photography since 1890 Dodge Hepburn studios 6550 Stio St idea pays off the veterans administration May hav launched a new trend in rewarding services above and beyond the Norm when it selected Melvin j. Wilson 8116 Yale As it Quot suggested of the month Quot for his Gem of an idea which provides a systematic and More economical Way of identifying and correcting errors in veterans Benefit payments. Wilson an account technician with the regional a office since 1947, and a Veteran of world War la won $50 Cash and a certificate for his Quot improvement Quot idea. Or. W. Gregory Jones optometrist 7913 cottage Grove ave. 783-8200 cite drop in jobless benefits state director of labor John e. Cullerton today reported a seasonal decrease in the number of persons claiming benefits under the Illinois unemployment compensation program during the week ended August 13. The number of individuals claiming Illinois unemployment benefits decreased to 37,710 during the week ended August 13. There were 3.9 percent fewer than in the preceding week 40,261 and 24 percent fewer than in the comparable week last year 51,120. Included in the statewide total were 5,713 persons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 24 percent less than the 7,-558 in the preceding week and 29 percent less than the 8,091 in the comparable week last year. The number of claimants in Cook and Dupage counties decreased to 20,275. There were 0.3 percent fewer than in the preceding week 20,336 and 29 percent fewer than in the comparable week last year 28,-677. The total for Cook and Dupage counties included 2,747 persons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 7.1 percent less than the 2,-957 in the preceding week and 34 percent less than the 4,141 in the comparable week one year ago. Samuel c. Bernstein employment Security administrator reported layoffs affect Council members View Quot Raisin Quot the advisory Council members of the Englewood Urban Progress Center 839 w. 64th St., were Given a dramatic a feast Quot last week in the form of a special performance of Lorraine Hansberry a celebrated play a a Rasin in the the production was under the direction of John Whitaker and featured members of the up cast summer theatre troupe. Everyone who attended described the performance As a worthwhile Effort by the theatre troupe. Ing 452 workers in construction 427 workers in miscellaneous manufacturing 277 workers in electrical machinery 148 workers in apparel 115 workers in Trade and smaller numbers in other industries. Everything from foreign Lan gauges to vocational training courses will be offered at Parker evening school 6800 Stewart in the fall term with full accreditation. Registration begins september 7, from 6 45 to 9 45 . Members of the Parent Council of District 20 and its superintendent or. Harold Korey who Are credited with the realization of this new program Are mrs. Mattie Wilson 7336 Perry mrs. Idarae Brown 6659 state Cleveland Giles 7010 Princeton mrs. Esther Dixon j 7551 Stewart mrs. Eugene h. Danzy 511 w. Marquette and mrs. Michiko Lambert 511 w. Marquette. The schools opening brings the Community residents within walking distance of free courses in English mathematics and history. They May also take commercial courses such As typing and shorthand. Residents interested in technical subjects will have Many shop courses to choose from As Well As non credit courses in Job upgrading Community affairs and theater workshop. A further Benefit of the program is the inclusion of an elementary division which will enable those persons wishing an elementary certificate the Chance to Complete the requirements for it. Council members have been eagerly at work passing out literature in their immediate neighbourhoods concerning the opening of the evening school. They Are also informing parents that the school will offer any course they can find 20 persons interested in taking therefore if homemaking Good speech Beauty culture or Flower arranging gain enough participants such courses would be offered. It is hoped that Parker will become a meeting place for the neighbourhood. Then it can serve As an inspiration for greater school Community involvement in the educative pro Cess for All of its members. Any adult interested in his educational development in encouraged to attend Parker evening school. There is no tuition for residents of Chicago. Students can Register for one two or three classes for a $7.50 registration fee and a $1 activities fee. Both fees Are Good for two consecutive semesters. Principals new plans announced in preparation for the Long arduous school year that lies ahead several important announcements that will involve the school and the Community have been made on the eve of the opening of classes Early this month. On september i an orientation meeting for new teachers will be held at John t. Pirie school 650 e. 85th St., beginning at 9 am when Coffee and Rolls will be served. An Agenda dealing with teaching and Community matters has been tentatively drawn up for discussion at the meeting. District superintendent Harry Strasbourg will be the principal at the orientation meeting. Also three new principals have been announced at the following schools Charles Keenan Arthur Dixon elementary school 8306 St. Lawrence Nina Lemester Jones Avalon Park school 8045 Kenwood and Henry c. Springs Park Manor 7037 Rhodes. Approximately 45 new teachers Are being assigned to District 27. Jerome Glickman human relations and Adeline p. Washington Parent coordinator Are the two new coordinators. Chair recovery 24 or. Service bring them in save Money thousands of Vinyl patterns to choose Froh breakfast Nook made to fit your dining area a Large selection of naugahyde patterns to choose from a amp a Dinette and chair co. Showroom a factory Csc s. Ashland of a daily 9 . To 7 is . A 5-4923 Rossi s famous pizza pies delivered oven to to phone for delivery or carry out Box of Chicken extra Larga Box 20 Pinacas Golden Brown $4.75 a Barbacoa a 50c extra Largo Box 16 pc$3.75 a barbecued 35c extra a to pc., $2.45 a barbecued 25c extra Cole Slaw our own the to recipe pint 50c a quart 90c a French fria 25c pizza a baked to order fora for for 5 fam. All our pizzas made fresh cheese on All pizza for 2 sausage .1.50 mushroom .1.50 Green Pepper .1.50 anchovies .1.50 onion or garlic 1.50 tuna or Olive .1.50 cheese .1.25 extra ingredients each. .50 Pepperoni pizza .2.00 shrimp .2.00 Bacon .2.00 sausage mushroom Green peppers Coney Island pizza .2.50 3.00 soft drinks Spumoni 85c pt., canola 25c each. Sandwiches beef sausage or meet Ball. Tossed salad garlic dressing35c a col Slaw 35c last order taken it hour Bosforo closing Tim prices subject to 2.00 200 2 00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 50 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.00 3.00 3 00 3 00 3.00 3.00 2.50 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4 00 4.00 400 4.00 4 00 3.50 1.00 5.00 5 00 5 of 5.00 5.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 500 4 00 1.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 6 00 7.00 change without notice open daily 4 . Fri., sat., to 3 Sun. Special treats bar que ribs .2 25 a Fried Chicken .1.50 barbecued a 10c extra shrimp dinner .1.50 Perch dinner. 135 above dinners served with Cole Slaw French Fries bread Eft butter Spaghetti or mosta Coli .90 with Maat balls or sausage .1.25 Ravioli with Maat or of with Maat balls or sausage .1-3$ mushroom Sauca a 50c extra v2 of. Fried Green peppers a sauce so i la. Shrimp a Sauca 2.25 a lb., 1.25 i la. Perch a Sauca .1.75 a lb., 1.00 .60c a Sweet peppers. ,10e extra a franch Frias 25c a garlic bread 15c St 3-2711 1023 e. 79th to 2 . 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See your family physician. Should he prescribe Medicine our fully stocked prescription department is your Assurance of prompt courteous service. With your Purchase of $150 of Back to school clothing a Fine Quality heavy duty fiber Footlocker is yours free. Actual retail value is Over $16 r e s c r 701 e 79th St. Chicago. Illinois Dew ions phone 783-0234 the store for men of amp rvs tall haunt Aith Campus of tap 1502 East 55th Street Hyde Fark Shortino Center Telephone 752-8100 open thurs. Amp Fri. 9 to 9 inc i

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