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by Luther W. Reddus Chen Yu Girls, one of Chica go’s up and. coming social clubs ■wh0 is now going to town with their annual membership drive MISS PAULINE BARNES Business Manager of Chen Yu Girls Club election of officers, and the years program which include a, number of social and civic activities. The members elected to office were; Miss Cle)o Watson- president, whe succeeded Mrs. June Ter rell, past president; Miss Vir ginia! Haymon, vice president Miss Marjorie Jackson recording secretary; Mrs. Mattie McGee financial secretary; Mrs- Merit Duke, treasurer; M,rs. Marj Mason, chaplain; Miss Paulint W. Barnes, business manager; Miss McCullum- reporter; Mi’s Johnella Maymon, hostess, ant Miss Julia? Taylor, a young lady i who an eye for the future, by ! hitching her wagon to a star, a ; star club that is. The Chen Yu I Girls of which Miss Taylor is | now a member. So watch this i column for this and other clubs ; activities. _ , I Mr. Bill Hill, Station W; L. E. Y’s famous Disc Jtockey, heard every Friday evening spinn ing the wax some of which is on continental “Ziggie’s” show. Bill Hill and Lenox Labels is doing a great job with his talent' shows as well, which are given at the Caldonia Lounge- located on Roosevelt Rload in the 3100 block, and the Dew Drop Inn on went worth, speaking of station W. L. E. Y. to is the Chicago World station, for some real good en joyment, tune your radio to sta tion W. L. E)< Y., your FM sta tion every Friday p.m. i Rumors are fying- and F don’t mean the song, these rumors are concerning Joe’s DeLuxe Club. ; i Tha rumor that Joe’s was clos ing for good was quite disturb ing; to many that mentioned it s | tb me, so I consulted the man-1 ager Regarding this rumor and his reply was that the club would not close, it would continue the , present policies, bpen four nights [ a week, Friday Saturday, Sun JOE “ZIGGIE” JOHNSON day and Mlonday, which is Cele brity night. The great Joe “Zig igie” Johnson is still holding them spellbound with his specta cular show, consisting of the most lovely group of chorus girls you ever feasted your eyes upon. The beautiful cherping by a very captable cherper, the song bird’ Miss Lurlean Hunter, who hag cut a lot' a lot of nice waxing for the Lireck Recording Go, i which is headed by Mr. John GETAN j ELECTRIC SHEET * _ _ Enjoy personalized sleeping comfort! Get a West inghouse Electric Sheet... and use your favorite top cover. Simply spread the pretty peach-colored Electric Sheet over the regular top sheet... then any one blanket, quilt or comforter you now have. Your Electric Sheet can travel with you, too... it fits compactly into a briefcase or over night bag. And when Spring comes, thanks to your Elec tric Sheet you’ll have just one blanket to store for each bed. Of course, an Electric Sheet washes like a dream . . . just swish it through sudsy water and hang it over a line. 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McF*lll Scoutmaster Qf the troop discus - cussed plans with his board of strategy to raise funds to be used to ireci'uit additional members It was agreed and passed that each prospective member who has filed out his application and received the consent of his par. ents and who does not have the regular fifty..cents joining fee, they would raise the revenue by selling copies of The Chicago. World furnished to them weekly by te Scoutmaster, h Mr. MrFall outlined a plan whereby the youngsters will have distribution offices in the Center under the direction of the Rev. Father Brown. Business men and w'omen as well as residents in the vicinity of Garfield Boule vard, Indiana and Michigan will be contactted by the youngsters selling newspapers to earn money to join Troop 576 of the Ameri can Boy Scouts. When this operation is com pleted the iboys will continue to serve the community by bringing the latest newspapers t0 readers with the object in mind of raising | money to purchase full Boy Scout uniforms, flags and Scout Tomorrow morning’s fresh bread, green vegetables from Florida and California, penicillin for the local hospital, parts for your car or dozens of other items may make up the loads on the trucks that roll over the highway day and night. The driver is doing a job to serve i America. It is not a pleasure jaunt, through rain and sleet, fog and! snow. Trucks have brought progress to America, necessities and lux-. uries right to the door of every neighborhood in the country. Moreover ' they pay more than their share in gas tax, weight taxes and license fees as the tags plainly show. Safety and courtesy have top priority in trucking. When you need help look to the truck driver. He always j has time. A “WHIRLWIND” type ruffled doily is an absolute “must” in yoi» t*- home. Millions of women are getting real pleasure making them an< rou, too, can create this delicate member of the “Doily Family.” If yot sant to join in the national feminine crochet pastime, send a stamped elf-addressed envelope to the Home Sewing Department of this new* aper asking for pattern D-118. mannuels. T«be boys are realty- ready and rearing to go. Wbrkers from Troop 575 will seek1 donations from business folks for the Scouts during a fund raising campaign headed by Dr. M- I. Fox, Op tometrist with offices at 55th and Indiana Avei, For all donations received a receipt will be given stating the amount. This amount is deductable in filing income tax returns and is so stated on your American Boy Scout receipt. Among those present at the last meeting were: Edmund Saunders* age 12 of 369 East 55th Place; Clifton Woods, 13, 5657 South Indiana Avenue; William Miller 13, 213 East '56th Street; Guy Hobbs- 11, 338 East 56th Street; Gebrge Weatherall, 12 5620 So. Indiana Avenue and Freddy Jones 11, 338 lElast 56th Street. Boxing instruction and trainning is now available at the Youth Center under the direction of “Sonny Wallace,” one of Chicago’s most able trainers. “Sonny” has a swell gym including shoers and the la test in training equipment- row ing machines, pulleys, three racks , for speed-bags and two sandbags. - The gym is open from 3 p. m. to 9 p* m. daily. j Trulove Sentenced to Electric Chair Willard Trulove 31, a recent resident of 1849 W. 13th street, who stabbed to death a west side snatch her purse near her home at 923 S- Damen avenue. October 26 was sentenced to die in the electric chair on May 12 for his; crimev The death penalty was fixed by a jury of six men and six wiomen on Jan. 14 for the slaying of Mrs. Mary Lo Chirco, 26 year old mother of two hoys. ~ Trulove was captured after he had freed a colored girl to ac’ company him to his room where he raped her shortly after the killing. 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Follow label directions. << / Jjjduc£.0>(fitiihcumk> VEGETABLE COMPOUND To Date or ^ot To Date is Church. Forum Question Greater Bethesda Baptist Ybuth Fellowship will hold a forum on a highly debatable question as to whether high schofol students should be taught about dating. The forum will be hefuYrt 109 E. 53rd street 'on Sunday Feb. 5 after which the fellowship ves pers will follow. The Rev. Char les H. Long will "preach). Services are from 6 to 7 P. M. and the general public is invited to at tend. ■Rev. H.* S. Preston is publicity director. CHARLES B. McMINN Director1 Un-excelled Service We except All Kinds of POLICIES 3834 South Indiana Ave. Boul. 8-6836-7 Statistics Show Crime Decreasing In \ Bronzeville Area By H. J. McFALL As the first month of the new year comes to a close, the Fifth police district often called the ‘‘busiest police station in the World,” summarizes its records of crimes and the dispositions of property confiscated in arrests The Wabash Avenue station un der the command of Acting Cap tain Kenzie Blueitt- received the plaudits of numerous citizens throughout the city for the no table decrease shown in the an nual crime report of the Wabash station. During the past year 15,493 per sons tried in our courts on various charges ranging from petty lar ceny to homicide, in the Juvenile division, sixty..fcwo youngsters were taken into custody. Their charges ranged from petty lar ceny to murder. Records show that a total of Two.hundred dope peddlers were taken into custody which is the highest number of narcotic ped dlers arrested in <auy district of “Two..Gun Pete” Washington and Ernest Williams are credit ed with cleaning up much of the dope traffic in the Wabash area. 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