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Irish Getting All Set For THAT Day Friday is THE a for thousands of West Side Irish. If more need be said let it just be mentioned that it's St. Patrick's day. It will be a two-day celebration for some this year, as the Loop parade, which originated on the West Side, will not be held until Saturday. Scores of West Side groups will march in it.
A large group of West Siders will be celebrating Friday night at the Embassy ballroom, 3940 Fullerton, where shamrocks flown direct from Ireland will be to the ballroom in an Irish jaunting car. The shamrocks will represent every county in Ireland. THERE'LL be I i and American dancing, i an abundance of flutes, fiddles and pipes to provide a nostalgic Irish atmosphere. Pat Roche will be master of ceremonies. P.
J. Concannon, Irish announcer, is chairman of the celebration. Others on the committee are James Sullivan, Jimmy O'Neill, Dennis O'Shea, Jerry Ringe, Dan Russell, John Tully, Terry Teahan, John Reidy, Garrett Fleming, Ted Sullivan, Charles Traverse. Pat Staunton, Dan Ryan, Gene Devine and Bill O'Brien. They'll Be Wearin' Green HIBERNIANS WILL HONOR MSGR.
WOLFE The 87st annual celebration set for 7 p.m. Friday sponsored by the Ancient Order o'f Hiber- nians and Ladies auxiliary of Cook county will honor Msgr. Richard F. Wolfe, pastor of Visitation church. A beef dinner will be served in Patrick's church hall, Adams and Desplaines.
Advance reservations a be made with Auxiliary President Mrs. Edward Mannion, 1532 N. Linder, ME 7-0838. West 'Side residents on committees are Margaret Kinsella, 4941 Potomac; Stasia Colfer, 876 N. Sacramento; John Moriarty, 4926 Congress; Michael Fogarty, 5829 Ohio; a Murphy, 1633 N.
Linder; John McTigue, 4321 Gladys; a Clyne, 5456 Augusta; Wischoffery 233 N. Keystone; Luke Salmon, 4240 Maypole; Mary McClellan, 4139 Maypole; John Harrold, 4925 Congress and Pat Shields, 1516 N. Long. Leading the West Side Irish when they set out to celebrate St. Patrick's -day Friday will be Lily Fitzpatrick, a sen- uine Irish lass who just arrived from Ireland and Jack Barrett.
Both are staying at the Midwest hotel but come Thursday nisrht Miss Fitzpatrick will be singing and Barrett playing the accordion at the Embassy ballroom, 3949 Fullerton. (Staff Photo) YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Women Victims Mar. 15, 1961 --Page 36 of Purse Thieves Two women were the target of purse snatchers Wednesday night, within several blocks of Members of 44 Hundred club watch two Irish youngsters go through their paces in preparation for the club's St. Patrick's day dance, March 17, at 9 p.m. in F.O.E.
hall, 7511 Madison, Forest Park. The children are Danny Donoghue, 4350 Jackson and Joan Kiordan, 4632 Jackson. Left to right, Jack Spehn, 4524 Madison and Fran Gonsidine sit in foreground, with Tom Conroy, Dom Cannon and Bob Dolan watching from rear. (Staff Photo) An Irish jig by Marjie Bart- schall and her Irish dancers will set the pace for the St. Patrick's dance to be given by the 44 Hundred club "at 9 p.m.
Friday, March 17 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles hall, 7311 Madison, Forest Park. The dance will be the 14th annual St. Patrick's affair held by the club. The club is now located at 4524 Madison. This year's officers are Freen Considine, Tom Canroy, treasurer; Dom Cannon, secretary.
'Cold- Water' Flats To End Next Jan. I The era of the "cold-water flat" in Chicago will officially die Jan. 1 of next year. Its undertaker is the Chicago building department. All plumbing and housing inspectors, according to Building Commissioner George L.
Ramsey, have been directed to issue warning notices to owners of all buildings not equipped with hot water heating facilities. The warning stems from an ordinance enacted in January, 1957, by the CHy council which requires hot water lines and water heating facilities for all dwelling units. The council set Jan. 1, 1962 as the deadline for installation. Under provisions of the ordinance, water from every required outlet must be heated to not less than 120 degrees fahrenheit.
Ramsey said that compliance with the hot water ordinance has been pretty good. "Usually," said the commissioner, "the only buildings which do not have hot water lines running to all dwelling units are the old structures which a been stove-heated." each other. Mary Ann Cunneen, 18, of 4307 VVilcox, told police she was on her way home from the Leglcr library, Wilcox and Pulaski, shortly after 8 p.m. when a youth rushed at her and grabbed her purse. It contained $1.
Mary 48, of 4251 Monroe," told police she was walking with a friend in the 4200 block of Monroe at 10 p.m. when a man snatched her purse, containing $90, after knocking her and the friend to the ground. Slips on Ice Annie Lindquist was taken to Suburban hospital Wednesday with fractured left hip suffered in a fall on the ice on the front porch of her home. Tower Store Open Thursday and Friday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
A 20,00.0 To Solicit For Easter Seals The Easter seal parade, with door-to-door solicitation for funds will take place in the North and Northwest area Sunday, from 1 to 5 p.m. More than 20,000 volunteers will canvass suburban and Chicago neighborhoods on behalf of the Chicago Metropolitan unit of the Illinois Association for the Crippled. Hyman Palles, 4437 Jackson, Garfield Park chairman, plans to canvass homes in the area, until Easter Sunday. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO BIG 3 DAY TOWER PAINT SALE-BEGINS WEDNESDAY! Buy 2 Gallons. Decor-eze Latex Flat Paint! Jf 5-Ft.
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