The Daily Calumet – indeks polskich nazwisk z roku 1939

  1. Adamczyk, Raymond, wife, newborn daughter, 8342 Burnham Ave., “It’s a Girl, Boy for Adamczyks, Dinichs” – 1939-9-25 p1
  2. Adamiak, Joseph, 32 years old, 8140 Houston Ave., “Mystery Veils Man’s Assault in Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  3. Adamowski, judge, “Free Drinks Starts Rumpus in Taverns” – 1939-9-6 p2
  4. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, picture, “Husband Freed on Spouse’s Charge” & “Presides Here” – 1939-9-12 p1
  5. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Ellegant Case Goes to Sonsteby” – 1939-9-6 p1
  6. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “New Chair Or No Court, Says Adamowski” – 1939-9-7 p1
  7. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Inebriate Given Another Chance By Judge” & “Father of Large Family Signs Peace Bond” – 1939-9-8 p1
  8. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Man Fined on Serious Charge” – 1939-9-9 p 1
  9. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Judge Takes Away Driving Privileges” – 1939-9-11 p1
  10. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Displays Tires on Sidewalk; Given Fine” & “75th Store Owner Given Summons” & “Wife Beater Given Fine of $200, Costs” & “Claims Neighbors Taunt Her; Case Continued” & “Defendant Wins Case on Technicality” – 1939-9-13 p1
  11. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Judge Orders Dog to be Examined” – 1939-9-14 p1
  12. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “John G. Ryan, State Solon, Assaulted” – 1939-9-15 p1
  13. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Thief Given Jail Term of 30 Days” & “Street Food Violator Missing” – 1939-9-16 p1
  14. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Woman Who Hit J. G. Ryan on Probation” & “Sentenced on Con Game Charge” – 1939-9-18 p1
  15. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “I. C. Engineer Doesn’t Dress For Police” & “Adamowski Has Busy Day in Court” & “Detective Grabs Four Men For Fighting” – 1939-9-19 p1
  16. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Families Hold Back Yard Battles” & “Women Fight, Then Face Judge” & “Woman Fined For Causing Disturbance” – 1939-9-20 p1
  17. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Jack Stein Requests Jury Trial” – 1939-9-21 p1
  18. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Doctor Fined; Wife Files Complaint” – 1939-9-21 p2
  19. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Window Obstructs View; Given Fine” – 1939-9-26 p1
  20. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Denies Assault; Freed By Adamowski” – 1939-9-27 p1
  21. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, wife, “Judge’s Wife Visits So. Chicago Court” & “Woman Freed on Man’s Complaint” & “Face Looks Like Mack Truck Hit It” – 1939-9-28 p1
  22. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Breaks All Records in Leaving Court” – 1939-9-30 p1
  23. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “Judge J. M. Braude to Preside at Local Court” – 1939-10-2 p1
  24. Adamowski, Stephen, judge, “To Give Clock” – 1939-11-2 p1&7
  25. Adamski, Vince, tavern owner, 2758 E. 83rd, son George,4 years old, daughter, Grace, 8 years old, “Henry Lenard, William McGrew Hurt in Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  26. Adamski, Vincent, tavern owner, “Honored Today” & “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  27. Amborski, Mrs. Frank, daughter Mrs. Frances J. Jasinski, “Visit Zacharias Summer Home” – 1939-7-26 p1
  28. Amborski, “Frank, general chairman of the South Chicago Butchers and Grocers Association, “Butchers and Grocers to Hold Picnic” – 1939-9-2 p2
  29. Amborski, Frank, wife, 3036 East 87th, daughter born to their daughter Mrs. Thaddeus Jasinski who resides at 2241 South Marshall Blvd., “Mr. – Mrs. Amborski Proud Grandparents” – 1939-11-25 p1
  30. Amborski, Frank J., treasurer of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  31. Ambrose, Peter, 32 years old, 8614 Muskegon Ave., “This Man Learns Not to Battle With Policeman” – 1939-7-24 p1
  32. Ambrose, Peter, 32 years old, 8614 Muskegon Ave., “Two Suspects Held In Park Murder Case” – 1939-8-28 p1
  33. Ambrose, Peter, 32 years old, 8614 Muskegon Ave., “Suspect Held Gives Wrong Address” – 1939-8-29 p1
  34. Ambrose, Peter, 32 years old, 8614 Muskegon Ave., “Pair Fined On Strong Arm Charge” – 1939-9-2 p1
  35. Anaszewicz, Andrew, 44 years old, 8337 Buffalo Ave., “East Side Girl Docks Safely in Hoboken” – 1939-9-8 p1
  36. Anasewicz, John, wife, daughter born Dec. 29, 1939, 7940 Brandon Ave., “Girl, Two Boys Born at So. Shore Hospital” – 1939-12-30 p1
  37. Anaszewski, Joseph, wife, daughter born Nov. 24, 1939, “Boy, Girl Presented to Local Couples” – 1939-11-24 p1
  38. Antczak, Chester, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  39. Antczak, Chester, 26 years old, 8536 Buffalo Ave., brother, mother, “Doctor Fined; Wife Files Complaint” – 1939-9-21 p2
  40. Arendziak, Al, guard of Lodge 65 of SWOC, “James Stewart elected Head of SWOC Lodge” – 1939-7-1 p1
  41. Arendziak, Albert, “James Stewart to Be Installed As CIO Chief” – 1939-7-24 p1
  42. Arndt, Charles, 28 years old, 8820 Essex Ave., “Prisoner Turns on Detective; Scratches Face” – 1939-11-6 p1
  43. Augustiniak, Chester, 24 years old, 8530 Green Bay Ave., father, “Keenan Kicked in Groin By Prisoner” – 1939-11-6 p1
  44. Augustyniak, Crester, 22 years old, 8556 Mackinaw Ave., “Sustains Head Injury After Auto Collision” – 1939-7-5 p1
  45. Babierz, Alice, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  46. Badyniak, Henry, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  47. Badyniak, Henry, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  48. Badyniak, Henry, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  49. Badzinski, Zigmund, 9347 Colfax Ave., “Two Couples Have Sons; One, Girl” – 1939-11-10 p2
  50. Baginski, Anthony & wife, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-21 p2
  51. Baginski, Anthony & wife, fourth wedding anniversary on Oct. 5, 1939, one daughter – Mary Ann, 13300 Brandon Ave., “Fourth Anniversary” – 1939-10-6 p2
  52. Balcerak, Irene, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  53. Balcerak, Irene, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  54. Balcerzak, Irene, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  55. Balesczak, Felix, 15 years old, 2800 East 83rd, “Injured” – 1939-12-11 p2
  56. Banas, Jack & William, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  57. Banaski, Raymond, 16 years old, 8612 Phillips Ave., “Man, Boy Seriously Hurt in Auto Accidents” – 1939-7-3 p1
  58. Bandurski, Valerie, 5719 S. Winchester Ave., “Win Jobs” – 1939-10-19 p1&7
  59. Baranski, Dorothy B., 8711 Exchange Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  60. Barc, Francis S., editor of the Polish Roman Catholic Union Daily, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  61. Barcik, Stephen D., bachelor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p7
  62. Barcik, Stephen D., bachelor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-14 p7
  63. Barcik, Stephen D., bachelor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-21 p7
  64. Barnas, Al, court bailiff, son Archie, “Sits with Judge” – 1939-8-9 p1
  65. Barnas, Al, court bailiff, “Bailiffs Try to Be Youthful Once Again” – 1939-8-23 p1
  66. Barnas, Bill, “Wins Watermelon Eating Contest” – 1939-7-22 p1
  67. Barnas, William, wife, “In Hospital” – 1939-9-12 p1
  68. Baron, Edna, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  69. Baron, Laurel, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  70. Barranowski, Frank, 22 years old, 8732 Exchange Ave., “Child Knocked Down by Auto” – 1939-7-7 p1
  71. Bartik, John, fireman, “Firemen Leave on Vacations; Others Return” – 1939-8-21 p1
  72. Bartkiewicz, Sylvia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-9 p3
  73. Bartkiewicz, Sylvia, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  74. Bartnik, Miss Frances, 13526 Buffalo Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-18 p2
  75. Bartnik, John, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  76. Bartz, Marion, 16 years old, 7753 Saginaw Ave., “Mrs. S. Martens Hurt in Auto Accident” – 1939-8-1 p1
  77. Barzinski, Genevieve, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  78. Basnak, Daniel, wife, newborn daughter, 10146 Ave. L, “Girl for Basnak’s” – 1939-10-11 p1
  79. Batko, Mary, 13150 Houston Ave., “East Sider’s Auto Abandoned, Set Afire” – 1939-11-16 p1
  80. Batur, Mrs. Helen, 31 years old, 8943 Houston Ave., “Women Fight, Then Face Judge” – 1939-9-20 p1
  81. Baumgart, Rev. Sylvester, picture, “Mass Opens Dedicatory Program” – 1939-7-11 p1
  82. Baumgart, Rev. Sylvester, St. Michael’s Church, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  83. Baumgart, Rev. Sylvester, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  84. Bazek, Mrs. Stanley, “Leave For Trip” – 1939-8-16 p1
  85. Beckerman, attorney, son Alexander, 10 years old, 1896-7-11 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-7-29 p2)
  86. Beckerman, attorney, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Oct. 2, 1896 – 1939-9-20 p8
  87. Beckerman, attorney, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  88. Beckerman, E. M. attorney, 1896-7-9 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-7-22 p2)
  89. Beda, Theresa, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  90. Bednarczyk, Joseph, 13347 Houston Ave., “Y College Woman Enrollment Record Broken; 822 Matriculate” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  91. Bednarek’s Hall, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  92. Bednarek’s Hall, 8513 Escanaba Ave., “Thomas R. Reed to Speak Here Tonight” – 1939-10-6 p1
  93. Bednarek’s Hall, 8513 Escanaba Ave., “Junior C of C Makes Debut Tonight” – 1939-10-9 p1
  94. Bednarek, Daniel & Norbert, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  95. Bednarek, Mrs. Thodore, 8513 Escanaba Ave., “Two Pilgrimages Being Made to Wisconsin” – 1939-8-18 p1
  96. Bednarski, Frank, 8510 Saginaw Ave., “Child Knocked Down By Car; Runs into Street” – 1939-9-26 p1
  97. Bednarski, Mrs. W., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  98. Bednarski, Walter S., “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  99. Bednarski, Walter S., attorney, vice-president of Citizens Federal Credit Union, “Credit Union Pays 5 Per Cent Dividend” – 1939-12-9 p1
  100. Bejma, Christine & Edna, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  101. Bem, Miss Genevieve, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  102. Bem, Miss Genevieve, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  103. Bendzkowski, Theodore, 12 years old, 8522 Exchange Ave., “Foot Caught in Spokes; Heel Cut” – 1939-10-2 p1
  104. Benes, Vojta, “Prepare Plans For Defense-Of-Poland Parade” – 1939-8-29 p1
  105. Beneturski, John, 8513 Buffalo Ave., “South Chicago Newsboy Drowns in Lake” – 1939-7-3 p1
  106. Benko, Anton & Alex of Stevenson & Benko wholesale grocery firm, “Home From Fishing Trip” – 1939-9-7 p7
  107. Benko, Helen, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  108. Bernat, Alex, 25 years old, 8816 Houston Ave., “Too Much Liquor Causes Lots of Excitement; Arrests Then Follow” – 1939-10-21 p1-2
  109. Bernat, Stephen, police officer, “East Sider Jailed on Auto Charge” – 1939-12-13 p1
  110. Bernatowicz, Mrs. & son, 8605 Manistee Ave., “In Momence” – 1939-7-15 p1
  111. Bernatowicz, Steve, 3011 East 87th, “Firemen Kept Busy But Pyrotechnics No Cause” – 1939-7-5 p1
  112. Betczynski, Steve, 8343 Colfax Ave., “Camera Picture Contest Victors Announced” – 1939-10-6 p1
  113. Betlejewski, Alexander, 8621 Baltimore Ave., “Notices” – 1939-9-26 p7
  114. Betlejewski, Alexander, 8621 Baltimore Ave., “Notices” – 1939-9-27 p7
  115. Betlejewski, Alexander, 8621 Baltimore Ave., “Notices” – 1939-9-28 p7
  116. Bialas, James, “Three From South Chicago Having Fine Time” – 1939-7-6 p1
  117. Bialas (Halias), James, “Western Wanderers Back in Town” – 1939-7-7 p1
  118. Bialecki, Sylvester, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  119. Biednick, Albert, 28 years old, 9229 Commercial Ave., “So. Chicago Man Taken Into Custody” – 1939-9-13 p1
  120. Biednick, Albert, 28 years old, 9229 Commercial Ave., “Sentenced on Con Game Charge” – 1939-9-18 p1
  121. Bieganska, Dorothy, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  122. Bielski, Mrs. Walter, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  123. Bilinski, Miss Genevieve, “South Chicago Lasses Return” – 1939-7-26 p1
  124. Biniecki, Joseph, 8647 Baltimore Ave., “Policeman Nabs Bandit After Chase” – 1939-9-18 p1
  125. Bis, Mary, 13236 Carondolet Ave., “East Side Gas Station Broken Into; Mary Bis Home Robbed” – 1938-8-27 p1
  126. Bishkupski, Mrs. Josephine, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  127. Biskup, John, “Legion Post to Install Officers” – 1939-8-21 p1
  128. Biskup, Margaret, “Legion Post to Install Officers” – 1939-8-21 p1
  129. Biskupski, Josephine, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  130. Blaskey, Virginia, son Bernard & daughter Angeline, 8706 Houston Ave., brother Louis Foley died in Milwaukee, “Return” – 1939-8-30 p1
  131. Blazak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “O’Connell Hands Out Many Fines” – 1939-7-18-p1
  132. Blazak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “Youths Will Face Lie Detector” – 1939-8-30 p1
  133. Blazak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “Admits Hitting Man Over Head With Pipe” – 1939-9-1 p1-2
  134. Blazak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “Fined $200 For Attempting to “Jackroll” Roll” – 1939-9-2 p2
  135. Bloch, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Bloch (sister of Gene Krupa), “Blochs, Zuchowskis On Vacation” – 1939-7-13 p1
  136. Block, Adam, Supreme Court clerk, “Supreme Court Reverses Jarecki Ruling” – 1939-12-14 p1-2
  137. Block, Eleanor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-10 p7
  138. Block, Eleanor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-13 p7
  139. Block, Eleanor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-17 p7
  140. Block, Eleanor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-24 p7
  141. Block, Eleanor, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p2
  142. Block, Evelyn, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  143. Block, Evelynne, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  144. Block, Michael, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  145. Block, Michael J., president of Old Settlers Association, “Retires” – 1939-11-8 p1-2
  146. Bloch, Michael J., 8716 Commercial Ave., real estate advertisement – 1939-11-15 p2
  147. Blozak, John, detective, “East Side Gas Station Broken Into; Mary Bis Home Robbed” – 1938-8-27 p1
  148. Blozak, John, detective, “Prisoner Returned By Police” – 1939-9-7 p1
  149. Blozak, John, detective, “Drag River for Man’s Body” – 1939-10-12 p1
  150. Blozak, John, detective, “Identify Body Found Floating in Lake” – 1939-12-12 p1
  151. Blozak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “Two Suspects Held In Park Murder Case” – 1939-8-28 p1
  152. Blozak, Sylvester, 33 years old, 8715 Colfax Ave., “Pair Deny Bessemer Pk. Murder” – 1939-8-29 p1
  153. Blyskal, Mrs. Betty, 8519 Manistee Ave., “Improving” – 1939-9-7 p1
  154. Boberly, J., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  155. Bobkiewicz, Msgr. W., “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  156. Bobrzycki, Matthew Felix, 2808 East 84th, “Y College Woman Enrollment Record Broken; 822 Matriculate” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  157. Bocian, Frank, vice-president of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  158. Bocian, Stanley, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  159. Bocian, Stanley, Commander of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  160. Bocian, Stanley, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  161. Bocian, Stanley F., “Installed” & “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  162. Bocian, Stanley F., picture, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  163. Bocian, Stanley, “Stelmaszek to Observe Armistice Day” – 1939-11-6 p1
  164. Bocian, Stanley, “Holy Hour to Invoke Peace at SS. Peter-Paul” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  165. Bocian, Stanley, “Stelmaszek to Aid Christmas Needy” – 1939-11-14 p1
  166. Bocian, Stanley, “Stelmaszek to Give Xmas Fete and Laud Press” – 1939-12-21 p1
  167. Bocian, Stanley, commander of Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  168. Boden, Mrs. B., Racine Wisconsin, sister of Mrs. Z. K. Urbanowicz & Mrs. M. H. Stankiewicz, Bandon, Oregon & Mrs. B. Boden, “Three Sisters Reunited After 49 Years” – 1939-11-17 p1
  169. Bogacz, John, bailiff, wife, 13056 Escanaba Ave., “Delegate” – 1939-9-27 p1
  170. Bogacz, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  171. Bogacz, John, court clerk, “South Chicago Court Obtains Time Piece” & “Husband Has Wife Arrested; Pleads For Her” – 1939-11-4 p1
  172. Bogacz, John, “Clerk to Be Returned Here” – 1939-12-30 p1
  173. Bogdan, Edward, 8234 Exchange Ave., Benny Bogdan, 8201 Muskegon Ave., “Trio Spending Their Vacations in Mich.” – 1939-8-11 p1
  174. Bogucki, Walter, wife, “F. J. Lewis Plays Host to Residents of the Fair Elms Estate” – 1939-12-9 p2
  175. Bojanowski, Martha, married to Joseph P. Schumann Jr., daughter born Dec. 28, 1939, 8645 Manistee Ave., “Joe and Marty Pappa and Mamma; It’s a Daughter” – 1939-12-29 p1
  176. Bojda, Stanley, 27 years old, 8450 Colfax Ave., “Crossing Street; Man Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-10-23 p1
  177. Bokowy, Mrs. Stanley, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  178. Bolasinski, Boleslaus, wife, newborn girl, 8324 Colfax Ave., “Girl for Bolasinskis” – 1939-10-2 p1
  179. Bolda, Mary, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  180. Bona, Thomas P., chancellor of the Archdiocese of Chicago, past pastor of St. Mary of Perpetual Help Church, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  181. Bonczak, Steve, “Alderman Introduces Ordinances” – 1939-10-25 p2
  182. Boniecki, Arlene, 7 months old, 8351 South Shore Drive, “Suzanne Judged Prettiest Baby; Carolyn Second” – 1939-8-12 p1
  183. Borberly, Joseph, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  184. Borkowski, Genevieve, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  185. Borkowski, Raymond, 3050 East 92nd, “Ex-Convict Arrested After Cashing Stolen Check” – 1938-8-27 p1
  186. Borowicki, Walter, owns tavern at 8701 Buffalo Ave., “Lone Bandit Robs Tavern of $35” – 1939-11-21 p1
  187. Borowiecki, Walter, 8701 Buffalo Ave., owns tavern at same address, “Two-Year-Old Trained Raccoon Which Can Do “Shimmy,” Stolen” – 1939-9-30 p1
  188. Borowiecki, Walter, 8701 Buffalo Ave., “Pet Raccoon Returns Home With Sore Feet” – 1939-10-2 p1
  189. Borowiecki, Walter, president of South Chicago Tavern Association, “Tavern Keepers Protest License Increase” – 1939-12-4 p1
  190. Borowiecki, Walter, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  191. Borowski, Genevieve, 8812 Escanaba Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  192. Borucki, Edward, 2808 East 84th, “Thinks Burglars in House; Calls Police” – 1939-9-26 p1
  193. Borucki, Edward, druggist, formerly of 87th & Burley Ave., reopened drug store at 83rd & Saginaw Ave., son of late Dr. J. Borucki, “Edward Borucki Reopens Drug Store” – 1939-11-11 p2
  194. Borucki, William, 18 years old, 8401 Kingston Ave., “Two Juveniles Found in Stupor of Drunkeness” – 1939-11-24 p1
  195. Borwiecki, Walter, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  196. Bowalski, Betty, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  197. Bozek, Rev., Michigan City, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  198. Bozskowski, Valentine, 55 years old, 8246 Burley Ave., “Lung Punctured in Automobile Accident” – 1939-8-8 p1
  199. Brafman, Stephanie, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  200. Branecki, William, 14 years old, 7818 Oglesby Ave., “Bicyclist Struck By Auto; Minor Injuries” – 1939-10-6 p1
  201. Brazowski, Virginia, 12 years old, 8512 Exchange Ave., “5-Year-Old Boy Knocked Down By Bicycle” – 1939-8-9 p1
  202. Brinskey, Mr. & Mrs., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-14 p2
  203. Briskey, Mr. & Mrs. Max, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-13 p2
  204. Brodzinski, Joseph, “South Chicagoans Home From War Zone; Witness Shooting of Nazi Plane” – 1939-9-14 p1
  205. Brodzinski, Joseph, recording secretary of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  206. Brodzinski, Stanley, secretary of Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union No. 571, “Meat Shops to Close at 6 P.M.” – 1939-11-17 p1
  207. Brokop, Arthur, 3050 East 91st, “Immanuel Church Will Hold Festival” – 1939-10-25 p1
  208. Brokop, Ernest, wife, newborn son, 9640 Houston Ave., “Son Arrives” – 1939-8-5 p2
  209. Brokop, Ted, detective, “In Wisconsin” – 1939-9-5 p1
  210. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Transom Burglar, Pal to Be Arraigned for Burglaries” – 1938-8-27 p1
  211. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Fined $100 For Selling Liquor” – 1939-8-23 p1
  212. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Detective Grabs Four Men For Fighting” – 1939-9-19 p1
  213. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Breaks All Records in Leaving Court” – 1939-9-30 p1
  214. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Crossing Street When Hit By Machine” – 1939-10-12 p1
  215. Brokop, Theodore, detective, “Privileges Taken Away for Six Months” – 1939-10-30 p1
  216. Brokop, Theodre, detective, “Not only Refuses to Pay Fare But Utilizes Two Seats; Fined” – 1939-12-11 p1
  217. Brokop, Waleda, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-7-17 p2
  218. Bronicke, Frank, 29 years old, 8323 Mackinaw Ave., “Cut Over Left Eye On Nose When Assaulted” – 1939-10-24 p1
  219. Brunski, Edgar, wife, daughter Mrs. Pauline Stua who resides at 9634 Ewing Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-8-1 p2
  220. Brunski, Frank, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  221. Brunski, Miss Helen, 7803 Creiger Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-8-2 p2
  222. Bryll, Zonia, Polish Business Women’s Association, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  223. Bryzcki, Max, wife, 8413 Luella Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-27 p7
  224. Brzezinski, Alexander S., 8307 South Shore Dr., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  225. Brzezinski, Ed, V.P. of Lodge 65 of SWOC, “James Stewart elected Head of SWOC Lodge” – 1939-7-1 p1
  226. Brzezinski, Edmund, V.P. of Lodge 65, “Plans to Be Made For Parade” – 1939-9-6 p1
  227. Brzezinski, Edmund, V.P. of S.W.O.C. Lodge 65, “SWOC’s New Home Opens Saturday” – 1939-9-12 p1
  228. Brzezinski, Edward, “James Stewart to Be Installed As CIO Chief” – 1939-7-24 p1
  229. Brzezinski, Edward, vice president of Steel Workers Organizing Committee Lodge 65, “Over 1,500 Visit SWOC Headquarters” – 1939-9-18 p1
  230. Brzezinski, Edward, “SWOC Lodge to Hold Meeting Tonight” – 1939-11-16 p1
  231. Brzozowski, W., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  232. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-1 p6
  233. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-3 p5
  234. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-5 p6
  235. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-6 p6
  236. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-7 p6
  237. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-8 p6
  238. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-10 p6
  239. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-11 p6
  240. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-12 p6
  241. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-13 p6
  242. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-14 p6
  243. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-15 p6
  244. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-17 p6
  245. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-18 p6
  246. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-19 p6
  247. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-20 p6
  248. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-21 p6
  249. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-22 p6
  250. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-24 p6
  251. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-25 p6
  252. Brzycki & Nichols heating specialists advertisement, 8802 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-26 p6
  253. Brzycki, Joseph, wife, son born Dec. 7, 1939, 8158 South Shore Drive, “Son Born” – 1939-12-8 p1
  254. Bubacz, Stephen, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  255. Bubacz, Stephen, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  256. Bubacz, Stephen, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  257. Bubacz, Steve, “Amateur Talent Show to be Held at Russell Park” – 1939-10-12 p1
  258. Buchowski, Clara, 3011 East 87th St., “Firemen Kept Busy But Pyrotechnics No Cause” – 1939-7-5 p1
  259. Buckowicz, Joe & wife, “Grocery Man Has His Day in Court” – 1939-7-24 p1
  260. Budelak, Mrs. Antoinette, 8442 Marquette Ave., “Firemen Discover New Wrinkles in Household Hints” – 1939-8-1 p1
  261. Budkiewicz, Mrs. Anna B., 8425 Exchange Ave., “Hold Events All Day At Golf Club” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  262. Budnick, Joseph, “Thousands Thrill At Festival” – 1939-8-28 p1-2
  263. Budnieski, William, 8629 Escanaba Ave., “Camera Picture Contest Victors Announced” – 1939-10-6 p1
  264. Bukowski, Joseph, 44 years old, 9036 Escanaba Ave., “Two Workmen Injured as Scaffold Falls” – 1939-10-17 p1
  265. Bukowski, Joseph, 8 years old, 2958 East 81st, “Leg Broken in Fall from Tool Box” – 1939-12-18 p1
  266. Bukowy, Stanley, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  267. Bulawski, John, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  268. Bulawski, John, Senior Vice-Commander of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  269. Bulawski, John, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  270. Bulawski, John, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  271. Bulowski, Michael, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  272. Buncik, Robert, goat herder, 10915 Calhoun Ave., “Kin Reported Missing; Found Dead” – 1939-8-18 p1
  273. Buncik, Robert, goat herder, 10915 Calhoun Ave., “Inquest Put Over; Coroner Seeks Time” – 1939-8-19 p1
  274. Burdelak, Harry, 8812 Commercial Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  275. Burzynski, John, “At Ludington” – 1939-7-21 p1
  276. Burzynski, Tillie, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  277. Buza, Miss Alice, “Bowen Group to Present Play “Skidding” – 1939-9-21 p2
  278. Buza, Miss Alice, “What is This Kiss Booth at Bowen’s Fair?” – 1939-11-18 p2
  279. Buzic, Max, “Hallowe’en Parade Route Announced by Hedges” – 1939-10-21 p1
  280. Buzik, Max, “Commander” – 1939-7-12 p1-2
  281. Buzik, Max, “Legion Post Installs Officers” – 1939-9-13 p1-2
  282. Buzik, Max, “’Cross’ Unit to Gather Clothes” – 1939-10-14 p1
  283. Buzik, Max, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  284. Buzik, Max, “Legion Honors Robert Worden and Newspaper” – 1939-12-13 p1-2
  285. Byanske, Miss Agnes, 8350 Colfax Ave., “Return” – 1939-8-1 p1
  286. Bystrazycki, Virginia, 7912 Exchange Ave., “Crowd of 250 Witnesses Switch Ceremonies” – 1939-11-25 p1
  287. Bystrzynski, Chester, 16 years old, 7912 Exchange Ave., “Cheltenham Boy Knows Horse Age Still With Us” – 1939-8-28 p1
  288. Caikomak, T., 8821 Commercial Ave., “Jinx of Water Tunnel Employees Hits Foreman; in Auto Accident” – 1939-10-11 p1
  289. Cap, Stanley & wife, 25th anniversary, 12636 Exchange Ave., children William, Frank, Joseph, Ferdinand, Stanley, Wanda, Eleanor, Frances, Mrs. Joseph Gasieski, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-21 p2
  290. Cawrysiak, Mr. & Mrs. & newborn daughter, 8237 Brandon Ave., “Daughter Born” – 1939-8-5 p2
  291. Celmer, Walter, fireman, wife, “Celmers Take 6000 Mile Trip in U.S.” – 1939-9-6 p1
  292. Celmer, Walter, wife, “Celmers Travelling” – 1939-9-21 p1
  293. Celmar, Mr. & Mrs. Harry, 8410 Essex Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-13 p2
  294. Cerovski, Barbara, 233 West 104th, “Land Jobs” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  295. Chlebowsky, Mrs. Julia, “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  296. Chlebowsky, Mrs. Julia, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  297. Chemma, Joseph, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  298. Cheselski, John, saloon keeper in Whiting, Indiana, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Nov. 27, 1896 – 1939-11-25 p2
  299. Chibicki, Robert, wife, son, 13210 Brandon Ave., “Confronted By Two Bandits; $265 Taken” – 1939-8-7 p1
  300. Chmiel, Anthony J. & Olga, “Notices” – 1939-7-28 p6
  301. Chmielewski, Alfreda, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  302. Chmura, Michael, 8542 Burnham Ave., “Pigeon Feed Taken” – 1939-11-11 p1
  303. Chmura, Norbert, 8342 Marquette Ave., “South Shore Boy Scouts Given Advancement” – 1939-11-7 p1
  304. Chrodzinski, J., 8636 Escanaba Ave., “Learns Man on Right Has Right of Way” – 1939-7-31 p1
  305. Chrzanowski, Lorraine, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  306. Chylinski, Chester, 9955 Ave. M, “Thieves Rob Automobiles at Steel Plant” – 1939-12-28 p1
  307. Ciechanowski, Dominic, 8321 Colfax Ave., “East Side Gas Station Broken Into; Mary Bis Home Robbed” – 1938-8-27 p1
  308. Ciechoracki, Marie, 13247 Exchange Ave., won divorce from husband, “3 Win Divorces on Various Charges” – 1939-11-25 p1
  309. Ciecierski, Mrs. Dora, 64 years old, 8813 Burley Ave., “South Chicago Women Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-9-22 p1
  310. Ciecierski, Joseph, wife, newborn girl, 9946 Ave. H, “New Born Sons Give World “Once Over”” – 1939-9-20 p1
  311. Cierski, Syl, 24 years old, 8613 Saginaw Ave., “Start Drive Against Errant Motorists” – 1939-11-11 p1
  312. Ciesielski, Frank & wife, son Leopold, daughters Dorothy & Mary Ann, 8929 Muskegon Ave., & their uncle Alex Zimmer of Watervliet, Michigan – 1939-7-19 p2
  313. Ciesislska, Dolores, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  314. Cieslak, Felix, wife, 8441 Burley Ave., “So. Chicago Tavern Owner and Spouse Battle in Court” – 1939-8-2 p1
  315. Cieslak, Felix, owns tavern at 8440 Burley Ave., “Puts Hand Through Window; Fined By Judge Weiss” – 1939-12-26 p1
  316. Cigan, Nick, “Three Months’ Vacation” – 1939-7-28 p1
  317. Cihoin, Wanda, 17 years old, 8626 Escanaba Ave., “Woman Killed, 3 Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  318. Ciolek, Mr. & Mrs., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  319. Ciolek, John, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  320. Ciszewski, Michael, 52 years old, 8650 Colfax Ave., “Two Injured When Scaffold Collapses” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  321. Ciupek, Joseph, 56 years old, 8853 Houston Ave., “Freed On Pigeon Charge” – 1939-7-12 p1
  322. Clubak, John, 39 years old, 8833 Escanaba Ave., “Nose, Head Cut When Struck By Auto” – 1939-10-6 p1
  323. Cmielewski, William, “Only Yesterday”, November 9, 1896, reprinted in 1939-11-6 p2
  324. Cudok, Tony, 13043 Baltimore Ave., “Escapes Death in Auto Plunge” – 1939-12-27 p1
  325. Cvaplewski, H., “Charles L. Gerds Honored On Double Celebration” – 1939-8-31 p1
  326. Cwiklinski, John, 8153 South Shore Drive, “Two Automobiles Stolen” – 1939-9-12 p1
  327. Cybarski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  328. Cypear, William, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  329. Cyrnek, Miss Stephanie, “At Paw Paw Lake” – 1939-8-10 p2
  330. Czachorski, Eugene J., attorney, 13304 Brandon Ave., picture, “Call Alumni” – 1939-11-14 p1-2
  331. Czachorski, Eugene J., “John L. Rach Named Head of Dance” – 1939-11-28 p2
  332. Czachorski, Helen Fleming, 51 years old, resides at 13304 Brandon Ave., born in Buffalo, NY, wife of Dr. John A. Czachorski, married 25 years on June 28, 1939, sons Eugene and John, “Hegewisch Mother of TwoMakes Enviable Record in Practice of Law – 1939-7-1 p1&2
  333. Czachorski, Dr. J., 13304 Baltimore Ave., “Child’s Chest Bruised in Auto Mishap” – 1939-8-24 p1
  334. Czachorski, Dr. J. A., “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  335. Czachorski, Dr. John A., wife, 13304 Brandon Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-29 p2
  336. Czajka, Alfred, 5 years old, 13420 Burley Ave., “Southeasterners Bitten By Dogs Over Weekend” – 1938-8-29 p1
  337. Czajka, Dolores, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  338. Czajka, Ed, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  339. Czajka, John, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  340. Czajkowski, Alfred, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  341. Czaplicki, Andrew, 8813 Houston Ave., “Overheated Furnace Pipe Causes Fire” – 1939-10-13 p1
  342. Czarnecki, Anthony, Chicago Daily News reporter, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  343. Czarnecki, Anthony, “Yugoslav-Americans to Honor Journalistic Work of John R. Palendech” – 1939-10-3 p1
  344. Czarnecki, Anthony, advertisement for “Yugoslav Newspaper and Radio” – 1939-10-6 p2
  345. Czarnecki, Anthony J. , Chicago Daily News reporter, “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  346. Czarnicki, Edna, 22 years old, 8451 Phillips Ave., “Nurse Sustains Bruises on Body in Auto Mishap” – 1939-11-30 p1
  347. Czarobska, Sylvia, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  348. Czarobski, Syggie, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  349. Czarobski, Zygmunt, 8801 Houston Ave., “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  350. Czarobski, Zgymunt, owner of Midwest Store located at 8808-03 Houston Ave., “South Chicagoans Home From War Zone; Witness Shooting of Nazi Plane” – 1939-9-14 p1
  351. Czaronski, Joseph, 13304 Brandon Ave., “Window Pane of Store Broken” – 1939-10-11 p1
  352. Czerniak, John, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  353. Czerniak, John, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  354. Czerniak, John, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  355. Czerniejewski, Mrs. Irene, “Stockinger Death Still Mystery” – 1939-9-23 p1
  356. Czesnakowski, Clara, 8134 South Shore Drive, sister of Mrs. Raymond Birch, “Modern Furniture Destroyed” – 1939-11-8 p1-2
  357. Czyz, Mrs. M., vice-president of P.N.A., “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  358. Czyzs, Joseph, “Four Persons Drowned, One Unidentified” – 1939-7-5 p1&2
  359. Dalewski, Barney A., 8033 South Shore Drive, “South Shore Drive Home Robbed” – 1939-12-7 p1
  360. Dambek, Anthony, 25 years old, 8848 Commercial Ave., “3 Questioned in South Chicago Burglary” – 1939-7-18 p1
  361. Dambek, Anthony, 25 years old, 8848 Commercial Ave., “Two Arraigned on Robbery Charges” – 1939-7-21 p1
  362. Dambek, Anthony, 25 years old, 8848 Commercial Ave., “Three Freed On Burglary Charges” – 1939-7-29 p1
  363. Dambrowski, Thomas, 45 years old, 8837 Exchange Ave., “Man Crossing Street Struck By Automobile” – 1939-12-2 p2
  364. Dampts, Clara, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  365. Danielewicz, Lieut. Stanley, “Woodrow Wilson to Honor Its Comrades” – 1939-11-8 p1
  366. Danielewicz, Lieut. Stanley, “War Gives Impetus to Armistice Day” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  367. Daniniak, Ann, 18 years old, 8408 Mackinaw Ave., “Woman Suffers Shock from Auto Mishap” – 1939-10-16 p1
  368. Debrowski, William, 43 years old, wife, 8601 Kingston Ave., “Ex-Employee Fined &25 For Assault” – 1939-10-18 p1
  369. Debski, Dr. Henry T., “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  370. Delinsky, Mr. & Mrs. A. & daughter Joan, 4 years old, 10537 Calhoun Ave., “So. Deering Doings” – 1939-7-19 p2
  371. Dembowski, A., & J. Dembowski, (picture), “Sons of the American Legion Blaze Busy Trail – 1939-7-13 p1
  372. Dembrouski, Arthur, “South Chicago Squadron Will Induct Sunday” – 1939-10-14 p1
  373. Dembrouski, Arthur, “South Chicago Squadron Inducts” – 1939-10-23 p2
  374. Dennewitz, Fred, “Two Gunmen Hold Up South Shore Drive Hotel” – 1939-7-18-p1
  375. Depta, Stanley, 36 East 117th, owner of fruit & vegetable store at 2820 East 79th St., “Woman Bogus Check Passer Bounces Up” – 1939-12-14 p1
  376. Derucki, Frank & Louis, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  377. Dobiecki, Ronald, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  378. Dolata, Henry, “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  379. Dolata, Henry, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  380. Dolinksi, John, 34 years old, 8461 Mackinaw Ave., “Fined $100 For Selling Liquor” – 1939-8-23 p1
  381. Dolniak, Julia, “Return” – 1939-9-6 p2
  382. Dombrowski, Warren, 10638 Ave. F, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-7-7 p2
  383. Dominiak, Mathew, “James Stewart to Be Installed As CIO Chief” – 1939-7-24 p1
  384. Domzalski, Alice, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  385. Dorscheid, Matt, “Only Yesterday”, November 3, 1896, reprinted in 1939-11-6 p2
  386. Dorscheid, Matt, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  387. Dorwalski, John, “SWOC Signs Lease For New Hall” – 1939-8-1 p1
  388. Dorwalski, John, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  389. Dorwalski, John, “Resolutions Adopted at War Meeting” – 1939-9-11 p1
  390. Dovick, E. A., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  391. Dowiniak, Mat, financial secretary of Lodge 65 of SWOC, “James Stewart elected Head of SWOC Lodge” – 1939-7-1 p1
  392. Drodz, Andrew, 53 years old, 13406 Houston Ave., “Hit and Run Victim Taken to Hospital” – 1939-8-12 p1
  393. Droski, Barbara Ann, 8022 Brandon Ave., cousin Gilbert Droski, 7944 Brandon Ave., “Convalescing” – 1939-7-25 p1
  394. Drozba, Herbert, 5 years old, 8347 Yates Ave., “Child Knocked Down While Crossing Street” – 1939-10-7 p1
  395. Drozd, George, 9723 Escanaba Ave., “To Investigate East Side Blaze” – 1939-10-7 p1-2
  396. Drozda, Andrew, 19 years old, 8533 Mackinaw Ave., “Transom Burglar, Pal to Be Arraigned for Burglaries” – 1938-8-27 p1
  397. Drozda, Andy, 47 years old, wife, 8521 Mackinaw Ave., “Tavern Hostess Causes Arrest of Trio” – 1939-11-28 p1-2
  398. Dryjanski, Miss Ann, “Leave For Twin Cities” – 1939-8-11 p2
  399. Drymalski, Paul, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  400. Dubiel, Mrs. K., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  401. Dubowski, William, 8601 Kingston Ave., estranged wife Tessie, 8424 Exchange Ave., “Judge Continues Non-Support Charge” – 1939-7-26 p1
  402. Dubowski, William, 8601 Kingston Ave., “Fined $25 For Violating Zoning Law” – 1939-10-26 p1
  403. Dubronek, Frank, 8957 Buffalo Ave., “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  404. Dudeck, Richard, “Boy Scout Troop to be Given U.S. Flag” – 1939-7-27 p1
  405. Dudek, Henry, 14 years old, 2556 East 106th, “Both Legs Fractured in 2-Story Fall” – 1939-11-15 p1
  406. Dudek, Joseph, wife, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 16, 1896 – 1939-12-26 p5
  407. Dudek, Stanislaus and Joseph, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  408. Dudek, Theodore, 8147 Manistee Ave., “Burglars Busy Over Week-End” – 1939-8-14 p1
  409. Dudek, Walter, 8749 Muskegon Ave., “Family Includes 3 Policemen” – 1939-12-8 p1
  410. Duszynski, John, wife, “Only Yesterday”, reprint of Nov. 2, 1896 – 1939-10-28 p8
  411. Dwornczek, Frank, 21 years old, “Escapes Death in Auto Plunge” – 1939-12-27 p1
  412. Dwornikowski, Joseph, “2 Polish Vets Enter Hospital at Hines” – 1939-7-20 p1
  413. Dwornikowski, Mrs. Joseph, 8524 Burley Ave., “Convalescing” – 1939-9-7 p7
  414. Dwortz, Lillian, 8019 Exchange Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  415. Dybalski, Martin, wife, daughter Virginia, 9135 Houston Ave., “Were in North Woods” – 1939-8-23 p2
  416. Dybiec, Anthony, “Schlaeger Night” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  417. Dybiec, Anton, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  418. Dybolski, Martin & daughter Virginia, 6 years old, 9135 Houston Ave., & Virginia’s Aunt Florence Wascelewski, “Spending Vacation on the North Side” – 1939-7-1 p1
  419. Dykowski, Anthony, policeman, “Here’s Fighter For Some Manager” – 1939-7-24 p1
  420. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Police Have Bike; Await Its Owner” – 1939-8-15 p1
  421. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Prisoner Returned By Police” – 1939-9-7 p1
  422. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Drag River for Man’s Body” – 1939-10-12 p1
  423. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Hold Hegewisch Woman on Confidence Charge” – 1939-11-25 p1
  424. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Trace Hit-Run Motorist to Roby, Ind.” – 1939-12-9 p1
  425. Dykowski, Anthony, detective, “Identify Body Found Floating in Lake” – 1939-12-12 p1
  426. Dyrek, Frank, 13400 Burley Ave., “Seek Playground at 96th and Constance; Covers 22 Acres of Land” – 1938-8-27 p1-2
  427. Dyrek, Sigmund E., 3150 East 133rd, “Seek Playground at 96th and Constance; Covers 22 Acres of Land” – 1938-8-27 p1-2
  428. Dyrek, Mrs. Sophie, 24 years old, & husband, 27 years old, 13400 Burley Ave., “Woman’s Knee Hurt in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-17 p1
  429. Dziadan, John, 28 years old, 14025 Green Bay Ave., “Two Injured in Hegewisch Auto Mishap” – 1939-12-22 p1
  430. Egnatz, Mrs. C. F. & son of Hammond, Indian, “In Wisconsin” – 1939-7-24 p1
  431. Falat, Ray, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  432. Falat, Ray, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  433. Falat, Ray, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  434. Falda, Mrs. Helen, “Struck By Automobile on Sidewalk” – 1939-10-17 p1-2
  435. Faron, Mrs. Agnes, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  436. Faron, James, James Faron Jr., 2 months old, mother, 3021 East 83rd, “Father Saves Life of Son By Quick Action” – 1939-10-9 p1
  437. Figas, Lorraine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  438. Filety, Stephen, 13312 Ave. K, “Boy Shot in Shoulder Hunting” – 1939-9-30 p1
  439. Filipiak, John, 8432 Saginaw Ave., “Newsboy’s Knees Bruised as Bike Auto Collide” – 1939-8-19 p1
  440. Filipiak, Paul, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  441. Filmanowicz, Stanley, 2602 East 87th St., “Three Make ‘Haul’ at Dry Goods Store” – 1939-12-22 p1
  442. Firanek, Ted, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  443. Firanek, Theodore, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  444. Firanek, Theodore, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  445. Fitkowski, William, wife, son born Aug. 27, 1938, 8639 Manistee Ave., “9 Babies Born to Happy Parents” – 1938-8-29 p1
  446. Flens, Stanley E., 8331 Saginaw Ave., “Two Injured in Automobile Mishaps” – 1939-7-17 p1
  447. Flens, Walter, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  448. Flens, Mrs. Walter, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  449. Flens, Walter, “Bands to Take Part in Hallowe’en Parade” – 1939-10-20 p1
  450. Flens, Walter, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  451. Flens, Walter, “Muny Court Fight Wins BM Backing” – 1939-12-9 p1-2
  452. Flicek, W., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  453. Fligiel, Adrienne, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  454. Fligiel, Mrs. Katherine, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  455. Forman, Lorraine, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  456. Frankiewicz, Adeline, 8550 Commercial Ave., “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” & “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  457. Frankiewicz, Sylvia, 8500 Commercial Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  458. Freska, August, 1896-12-15, reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-12-16 p8
  459. Freszko, Hattie, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  460. Fronczak, Eugene J., “Man Jailed For Trying to Cheat Job Insurance” – 1939-9-26 p2
  461. Fryza, Mr. & Mrs., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  462. Fulara, Karoline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-14 p7
  463. Fulara, Karoline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-27 p7
  464. Fulara, Karoline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-28 p7
  465. Furman, Bud, “Age Show Heels to Youth in Amateur Tilt” – 1939-11-30 p2
  466. Furman, Bud, “Lone Woman to Battle 8 Men in Show Tilt” – 1939-12-12 p1
  467. Furman, Edwin, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  468. Furman, Edwin M., “Asks Help of All Residents in Districts” – 1939-11-29 p1-2
  469. Furman, Dr. J., 8739 Commercial Ave., “Man Injured in Truck and Bus Crash” – 1939-8-18 p1
  470. Furman, Dr. J., “Policeman Seized with Heart Attack” – 1939-8-19 p1
  471. Furman, Dr. J. M., office at 8714 Commercial Ave. above Pietrusinski Drugstore advertisement – 1939-9-30 p2
  472. Furman, Dr. J. M., office at 8714 Commercial Ave. above Pietrusinski Drugstore advertisement – 1939-10-2 p2
  473. Furman, Dr. Jerome, 8714 Commercial Ave., “Struck Over Head With Bat in In-Law Argument” – 1939-10-9 p1
  474. Furman, Lorraine, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  475. Furman, Dr. M. S., 8714 Commercial Ave., “Cut Over Left Eye On Nose When Assaulted” – 1939-10-24 p1
  476. Furman, M. S., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  477. Furman, Martin, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  478. Furmen, Florence, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  479. Furtak, J., “Youngstown CIO Lodge to Meet Tonight” – 1939-7-11 p1
  480. Furtek, Peter, 41 years old, 7823 Colfax Ave., “Ankle Sprained” – 1939-10-16 p1
  481. Fwitak, James, vice-president of Youngstown CIO Lodge, “Youngstown CIO Lodge to Meet Tonight” – 1939-7-11 p1
  482. Gabrysiak, I., 8050 Brandon Ave., “Back in Town” – 1939-9-7 p1
  483. Galayda, Mike, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  484. Galazda, John, 8358 Green Bay Ave., “Adult, Three Children Hit By Machines” – 1939-8-21 p1
  485. Galinski, Walter, 8532 Burley Ave., “Find Woman in B. and O. Box Car” – 1939-7-6 p1
  486. Garboska, Sylvia, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  487. Gas, John, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  488. Gasieski, Mrs. Joseph & parents, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Cap, Stanley & wife who reside at 12636 Exchange Ave., siblings, William, Frank, Joseph, Ferdinand, Stanley, Wanda, Eleanor, Frances, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-21 p2
  489. Gasior, Michael, 13420 Houston Ave., “Can’t Blame This On His Friend Wife” – 1939-8-24 p2
  490. Gawronski, W., Polish Consulate, “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  491. Gawronski, Dr. Waclaw, Polish consul, “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1-7
  492. Gawronski, Dr. Waclaw, Polish consul, “Gawronski to be Replaced in Office” – 1939-11-14 p2
  493. Gendek, Mildred, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  494. Gendek, Mildred, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  495. Gerka, Mrs. W., 10503 Ave. M., “East Side Women Fight; One Hit with Umbrella” – 1939-12-13 p1
  496. Gerwatowski, Mrs. Pearl, 8931 Muskegon Ave., “Loses $10; To Be Used For Groceries” – 1939-9-5 p1
  497. Gerwatowski, Stanley, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-10 p7
  498. Gerwatowski, Stanley, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-13 p7
  499. Gerwatowski, Stanley, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-17 p7
  500. Gerwatowski, Stanley, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-24 p7
  501. Gerwatowski, Stanley, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p2
  502. Giba, Steve, 8707 Buffalo Ave., “Breaks into Smoke House; Hams Stolen” – 1939-12-18 p1
  503. Giertych, Edna, 8421 Marquette Ave., cousin in New Jersey, “Back East” – 1939-7-22 p1
  504. Giertych, Edna, 8421 Marquette Ave., “Return” – 1939-8-1 p1
  505. Giewalski, John, 36 years old, 13416 Mackinaw Ave., “Two Injured in Hegewisch Auto Mishap” – 1939-12-22 p1
  506. Gilinsky, Gertrude, “Announce Committees For Bowen Graduating Class of February, 1940” – 1939-9-20 p1
  507. Ginalski’s Hall, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  508. Ginalski’s Hall, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  509. Ginalski, Stanley & Rose, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-7 p6
  510. Ginalski, Stanley & Rose, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-11 p2
  511. Ginalski, Stanley & Rose, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-14 p6
  512. Glon, Andrew, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  513. Glon, Andrew, Finance Officer of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  514. Glon, Andrew, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  515. Glon, Andrew, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  516. Glow, Sylvester, 23 years old, 8627 Baltimore Ave., “Man Who Threw Switch Given Freedom” – 1939-7-27 p1
  517. Glowacki, Edward, 45 years old, 8631 Essex Ave., “Three Persons Walk Into Sides of Automobiles” – 1939-12-26 p1
  518. Glowczewski, Sylvester, 8627 Baltimore Ave., “Case of Boy Who Threw Switch to be Heard July 13” – 1939-7-7 p1
  519. Glowczewski, Sylvester, “Case of Youth Who Derailed R.R. to be Heard” – 1939-7-14 p1
  520. Gobreski, Matt, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  521. Gobreski, Matthew, “Junior C of C Makes Debut Tonight” – 1939-10-9 p1
  522. Gobreski, Matthew, “Over 50 Attend Junior Chamber Meeting” – 1939-10-10 p1
  523. Gobrewski, Reynold, 8518 Essex Ave., “South Shore Boy Scouts Given Advancement” – 1939-11-7 p1
  524. Godzinski, Felix, wife, son born Dec. 15, 1939, 8522 Exchange Ave., “Son for Godzinskis” – 1939-12-16 p1
  525. Gojowski, Kasimir, wife Malaria, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Nov. 30, 1896 – 1939-11-25 p2
  526. Gojowski, Kasimir, wife Waleria, wife’s parents, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Dec. 3, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  527. Golkowski, Severn, South Chicago YMCA camp director, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  528. Golkowski, Severn, “Festival to Be Held at Bessemer” – 1939-7-25 p1
  529. Golkowski, Severn, “Boy Scout Troop to be Given U.S. Flag” – 1939-7-27 p1
  530. Golkowski, Severn, “Contest Closes Next Saturday; Big Votes Deadline Tonight” – 1939-7-29 p1-2
  531. Golkowski, Severn, “Severn Golkowski Writes From Camp” – 1939-8-5 p1
  532. Golkowski, Severn, “Women Best Men in Big ‘Sub’ Race” – 1939-8-7 p1-2
  533. Golkowski, Severn, 3039 East 91st, “Dan Martino Made Red Cross Chairman” – 1939-8-10 p1
  534. Golkowski, Severn, “Southeastern Chicago Music Festival to Be Colorful” – 1939-8-17 p1
  535. Golkowski, Severn, picture, “Chairman” – 1939-8-22 p1-2
  536. Golkowski, Severn, “Arrangements Made to Accommodate 10,000 at Festival” – 1939-8-23 p1-2
  537. Golkowski, Severn, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  538. Golkowski, Severn, “Thousands Thrill At Festival” – 1939-8-28 p1-2
  539. Golkowski, Severn, “Cadet Drum & Bugle Corps to Celebrate Anniversary Saturday Night” – 1939-9-14 p1
  540. Golkowski, Severn, “Southeasterners Answer Call of Red Cross” – 1939-9-16 p1-2
  541. Golkowski, Severn, “Gives Speech Before C of C Meeting” – 1939-9-22 p1-2
  542. Golkowski, Severn, “Six Secretaries Added to South Chicago “Y” Staff” – 1939-10-4 p1-2
  543. Golkowski, Severn, “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  544. Golkowski, Severn, “’Cross’ Unit to Gather Clothes” – 1939-10-14 p1
  545. Golkowski, Severn, “School Boy Patrols to Meet Sat.” – 1939-10-18 p1
  546. Golkowski, Severn, “Break All Records in Big Plans” – 1939-10-19 p1
  547. Golkowski, Severn, “Bands to Take Part in Hallowe’en Parade” – 1939-10-20 p1
  548. Golkowski, Severn, “Hallowe’en Parade Route Announced by Hedges” – 1939-10-21 p1
  549. Golkowski, Severn, “200 Prizes to be Given Children” & “Tells Patrol Boys How to Stop Mishaps” – 1939-10-23 p1&2
  550. Golkowski, Severn, picture, “Invites” – 1939-10-24 p1-2
  551. Golkowski, Severn, “Council to Concentrate on Project” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  552. Golkowski, Severn, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  553. Golkowski, Severn, “Civic Units Take Action; Back Healy” – 1939-11-3 p1-2
  554. Golkowski, Severn, “Martino Appeals for Red Cross Members” – 1939-11-7 p1
  555. Golkowski, Severn, “Chamber to Decorate Streets” – 1939-11-10 p1
  556. Golkowski, Severn, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  557. Golkowski, Severn D., “Chamber Hears Parking Meter Proposals” – 1939-12-14 p1-2
  558. Golkowski, Severn, “And the Angels Sing” & “Carols to Peal Forth” – 1939-12-15 p2
  559. Golkowski, Severn, “We Shall Have Music” – 1939-12-18 p1
  560. Golkowski, Severn, “Shoppers to Hear Carols” & “South Chicago Y Christmas Program for Two Weeks Begins Tonight” – 1939-12-18 p2
  561. Golkowski, Severn, “Children Carol” – 1939-12-19 p2
  562. Golkowski, Severn, “Boys to Voice Songs” – 1939-12-21 p1-2
  563. Golla, Ignatius P., wife Elizabeth C., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-10 p7
  564. Golla, Ignatius P., wife Elizabeth C., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-13 p7
  565. Golla, Ignatius P., wife Elizabeth C., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-17 p7
  566. Golla, Ignatius P., wife Elizabeth C., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-24 p7
  567. Golla, Ignatius P., wife Elizabeth C., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p2
  568. Golnowski, John, wife, son Henry, 30 years old, “Son Beats His Mother, Father, Gets 14 Days” – 1939-8-2 p1
  569. Grobieski, Matt, “Judge Jarecki to Speak Here Tonight” – 1939-12-12 p1
  570. Gronkowski, Eleanor, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  571. Gonsior, Florence, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  572. Gonski Bros. Clothier store, “Record-Breaking Crowd Expected at Dollar Sale” – 1939-8-9 p1
  573. Gonski Bros. Clothier store, “Dollar Day Buyers Come Out Strong” – 1939-8-10 p1
  574. Gonski Bros. store, 9011 Commercial Ave., “Shop and Save at Gonski Bros.” – 1939-10-31 p2
  575. Gonsky Bros., “Edison Company to Open New Store Sat.” – 1939-9-7 p7
  576. Gospodarek, Joseph, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  577. Gozdecki, Walter, 8437 Exchange Ave., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  578. Gozdecki, Walter, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  579. Grabowski, Capt. Stanley, “Woodrow Wilson to Honor Its Comrades” – 1939-11-8 p1
  580. Grabowski, Capt. Stanley, “War Gives Impetus to Armistice Day” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  581. Grabowski, Miss Stella, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  582. Grabowski, Stella, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  583. Grabski, Evelyn, 8614 Baltimore Ave., “Dollar Day in District is Success” – 1938-8-26 p1-2
  584. Grabski, Evelyn, 19 years old, Miss South Chicago, mother Charlotte, 8614 Baltimore Ave., sisters Mrs. Charles Boger, 9741 Ave. H, Mrs. Marie Ryan, 7202 Michigan Ave., brothers Wally and Buddy who reside at 8614 Baltimore Ave. – “Misses So. Chicago and So. Deering” – 1938-8-29 p2
  585. Graczyk, James, 8813 Buffalo Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  586. Graczyk, William B., 8732 Saginaw Ave., “Gets Heat Relief But Relieved of Wallet” – 1939-9-15 p1
  587. Gralewski, Dorothy, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  588. Granewicz, Fred, 8920 Muskegon Ave., “Only Yesterday”, reprint of 1896-10-12, – 1939-10-17 p8
  589. Grembowicz, A., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  590. Grembowicz, Charles A., wife, daughter Betty, 8137 Manistee Ave., “Cheltenhamites Out of Tall Corn” – 1939-8-14 p1
  591. Grembowicz, Charles A., wife, son Eugene, 8137 Manistee Ave., relatives in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. & Mrs. S. Borowiec, “Makes Extended Tour of East” – 1939-8-18 p1
  592. Grembowicz, Charles A., wife, 8137 Manistee Ave., “Cheltenhamites’ Guests Depart” – 1939-10-3 p1
  593. Grenda, Chester, 8733 Houston Ave., “Scoutleaders to Take Trip” – 1939-10-19 p1
  594. Grenda, Chester J., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  595. Grochowski, Fr. Sigmund, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  596. Gronkski, Rev. Casimir, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  597. Gruchwal, Vincent, wife, son Aloysius, “Motor to Pennsylvania” – 1939-8-17 p1
  598. Grudzinski, Geane, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  599. Grupka, Thomas, 28 years old, 8936 Baltimore Ave., “Cashier Forced to Give $600” – 1939-8-31 p1
  600. Grusczeczka, Paul, 13356 Brandon Ave., “Home Again” – 1939-9-5 p2
  601. Gruszecka, Chester, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-9-6 p2
  602. Gryndzinski, Victor, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  603. Grzelak, Virginia, “Sullivan School Graduates 42 at Exercise” – 1939-7-6 p6
  604. Grzesiak, Richard, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  605. Grzesiak, Zenon, “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  606. Grzetie, Mrs. George, 3103 East 92nd, sister-in-law Mrs. Frank Radocay, “Mr. – Mrs. Radocay Entertain Kin” – 1939-7-14 p1
  607. Grzywinski, Harry, wife, “F. J. Lewis Plays Host to Residents of the Fair Elms Estate” – 1939-12-9 p2
  608. Guba, Philip M., (picture), “Steel Officials Step Up Peg” – 1939-8-1 p1
  609. Guch, Dorothy, 3234 East 92nd, “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  610. Guch, Marian, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  611. Guch, Marion, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  612. Gulick, John, 9126 Burley Ave., “Rudolph Albores Named Senior Patrol Leader” – 1939-8-21 p1
  613. Guminski, Loretta, 8621 Saginaw Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  614. Guminski, Joseph, “To Be Honored” – 1939-8-24 p1
  615. Gurczewski, Virginia, 26 years old, 8331 Burley Ave., “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  616. Gurezewski, David Lawrence, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  617. Gutkowski, Edward, 29 years old, 8453 Manistee Ave., sister Mrs. Alice Rozycki, 8443 Exchange Ave., “Admits to Police Entering Sister’s Home” – 1939-10-3 p1
  618. Gutkowski, Edward, 29 years old, 8453 Manistee Ave., sister Mrs. Alice Rozycki, 8443 Exchange Ave., “Sentenced For Entering His Sister’s Home” – 1939-10-6 p1
  619. Guzik, Dr. Thomas J., wife, “In Paw Paw” – 1939-8-3 p2
  620. Guzinski, Carol, 9 months old, 8422 Brandon Ave., “Suzanne Judged Prettiest Baby; Carolyn Second” – 1939-8-12 p1
  621. Guzowski, Frank, 21 years old, 8439 Marquette Ave., “O’Connell Hands Out Many Fines” – 1939-7-18-p1
  622. Gwidalski, C. B., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  623. Gwizdalski, Dolores, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  624. Gwizdalski, Esther, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  625. Gwizdalksi, Mary Ann, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  626. Gwizdalski, Stanley, “South Chicagoans Home From War Zone; Witness Shooting of Nazi Plane” – 1939-9-14 p1
  627. Halecki, James, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-31, reprinted in 1939-8-29 p8
  628. Halick, Stanley A., state treasurer, Jakubiec, Fr. Joseph, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  629. Halicky, Mrs. Harry, 8901 Escanaba Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-11 -4 p2
  630. Handziel, Rev. Louis, picture, “Mass Opens Dedicatory Program” – 1939-7-11 p1
  631. Haraburda, Dr. Stanley & wife, “South Chicago Doctors Leave for Trip” – 1939-7-8 p1
  632. Haraburda, Dr. Stanley & wife, “Send Card” – 1939-7-17 p2
  633. Haraburda, Dr. Stanley & wife, “In Bermuda” – 1939-7-25 p1
  634. Haraburda, Dr. Stanley & wife, office at 9138 Commercial Ave., “Doctors Return from Extended Trip” – 1939-8-19 p1
  635. Harcinski, Chester, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  636. Helmick, Allen, 30 years old, 7438 East End Ave., “Tries to Separate Cats; Arm Bitten” – 1939-9-9 p1
  637. Helminski, Mrs. H. M., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  638. Helminski, W., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  639. Hermanski, Lucille, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  640. Hetman, Wenzel F., “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  641. Hojnacki, Ziggie, 26 years old, 8016 Brandon Ave., “Adamowski Has Busy Day in Court” – 1939-9-19 p1
  642. Hojson, Ann, 8902 Burley Ave., “Woman Fights Off Attempts at Purse Snatching” – 1939-12-12 p1
  643. Homa, Rodney, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  644. Hulak, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  645. Hurycz, George, “Mardi Gras” – 1939-11-16 p1-2
  646. Hybza, H., 8611 Essex Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  647. Hyzy, Joseph, wife & children Joseph Jr., Donald & Loretta, 3045 East 87th, – 1939-7-21 p1
  648. Hyzy, Theodore, “Sullivan School Graduates 42 at Exercise” – 1939-7-6 p6
  649. Igleski, Miss Eleanor, “Announce Committees For Bowen Graduating Class of February, 1940” – 1939-9-20 p1
  650. Ignaski, Clarence, “1940 Bowenite Staff is Named By Miss Fleming” – 1939-10-5 p1
  651. Ignowski, Mrs. C., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  652. Ignowski, Mrs. Cecilia, daughter Adele, 8339 Exchange Ave., “Spend Vacation in West” – 1939-8-16 p1
  653. Ignowski, Mrs. Cecelia, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  654. Ignowski, Felix, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  655. Ignowski, Mrs. Felix, 8823 Commercial Ave., “St. Jude to be Rummage Site Next Week” – 1939-11-21 p1
  656. Ignowski, Selia, “Plight of Refugees Told” – 1939-10-28 p2
  657. Ingeski, Dorothy, “East Side Grade Schools Display Art Work at Calumet Park” – 1939-11-22 p1
  658. Iwinski, Edward, 21 years old, 2748 East 84th, “Thrown Against Windshield; Nose Cut” – 1939-10-23 p1
  659. Iwinski, Eugene, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  660. Iwinski, Frank, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  661. Iwinski, Frank, Junior Vice-Commander of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  662. Iwinski, Frank, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  663. Iwinski, Frank, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  664. Iwinski, Joseph, wife, newborn daughter, 8508 Exchange Ave., “Girl Arrives at Iwinski Home” – 1939-12-14 p2
  665. Iwinski, Frank, “Stelmaszek to Give Xmas Fete and Laud Press” – 1939-12-21 p1
  666. Iwinski, Frank, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  667. Jabczinski, Dr. Hilmer, “Slips on Floor and Sustains Cut on Head” – 1939-11-24 p2
  668. Jabcznski, James, “Camera Contest, Feature of Bus Opening Ceremony, Arousing Interest” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  669. Jabczynski, Dr. Hilbert, wife, newborn girl, 9039 Muskegon Ave., “It’s a Girl for Jabczynski’s” – 1939-10-12 p1
  670. Jabczynski, James, precinct captain, son Eddie, minor league baseball player, “Camera Fans Have Chance to Show Skill at 83rd Bus Opening” – 1939-9-9 p1
  671. Jabczynski, James, “Sexton and Hodes to be Present” – 1939-9-15 p1
  672. Jabczynski, James, “Camera Picture Contest Victors Announced” – 1939-10-6 p1
  673. Jacek, George, 13255 Green Bay Ave., “Auto Strikes Cart; Man’s Leg Broken” – 1939-10-12 p1
  674. Jachim, Virginia, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  675. Jachymczyk, Konstantin, 73 years old, 8435 Burley Ave., “Heart Trouble” – 1939-7-21 p2
  676. Jackowski, Mrs. Lena, 3050 East 80th, “Mrs. Jackowski is Vacationing in Wis.” – 1939-8-25 p2
  677. Jacoski, J., “Youngstown CIO Lodge to Meet Tonight” – 1939-7-11 p1
  678. Jachochike, Wladislaw, “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-8 p5
  679. Jacunski, Harry, “Toastmaster” – 1939-8-25 p2
  680. Jaczynski, Dr. Hilmer, 9204 Commercial Ave., “Steel Employee Claims He Was Chased By Accident Victim” – 1939-12-4 p1
  681. Jakubiec, Fr. Joseph, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  682. Jakubowski, Edward, 23 years old, 8620 Marquette Ave., “Two Injured as Auto Overturns in Hegewisch” – 1939-12-18 p1
  683. Jakubowski, Henryetta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  684. Jakubowski, Henryetta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  685. Jakubowski, Henryetta, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  686. Jakubowski, Mary, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-12-5 p2
  687. Jakubowski, Misses Virginia & Mary, “Leave for West” – 1939-10-31 p1
  688. Jaminski, Catherine, “East Side Grade Schools Display Art Work at Calumet Park” – 1939-11-22 p1
  689. Janiak, John, 8348 Essex Ave., “Bandits Rob So. Shore Pharmacy” – 1939-7-10 p1
  690. Janicki, R., column 5 – 1939-9-23 p5
  691. Jankowski, Boleslaus, fireman, wife, “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  692. Jankowski, Boleslaus, fireman, “Firemen Leave on Vacations; Others Return” – 1939-8-21 p1
  693. Jankowski, Eleanore, daughter of Lt. Jankowski of Engine Co. 46, “Bike Thievery Victims” – 1938-8-29 p1
  694. Jankowski, Michael, 64 years old, 8544 Kingston Ave., “Jinx Follows East Side Man; Involved in Two Auto Mishaps” – 1939-12-29 p1
  695. Janughowski, John 21 years old, 8752 Houston Ave., “Taken to Hospital” – 1939-9-25 p2
  696. Japchinski, Leonard & Irene, “Girl Graduate Honored at Gay Dinner” – 1939-7-1 p2
  697. Japchinski, Sylvia, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Japchinski, 8318 Phillips Ave., “Girl Graduate Honored at Gay Dinner” – 1939-7-1 p2
  698. Jaranski, Joseph, wife, newborn daughter, 8531 Burnham Ave., “Boy and Girl for Steel Employe Families” – 1939-12-18 p1
  699. Jarecki, Edmund, county judge, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  700. Jarecki, Edmund J., judge, “Prepare Plans For Defense-Of-Poland Parade” – 1939-8-29 p1
  701. Jarecki, Edmund K., county judge, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  702. Jarecki, Edmund K., county judge, “Judge Jarecki to Speak Here Tonight” – 1939-12-12 p1
  703. Jarecki, Edmund K., county judge, “Judge Jarecki Attacks Voting Machines” – 1939-12-13 p1
  704. Jarecki, Edmund K., county judge, picture, “Supreme Court Reverses Jarecki Ruling” – 1939-12-14 p1-2
  705. Jarmuszka, Mrs. Theresa, 8558 Colfax Ave., “Fined $25 For Violating Zoning Law” – 1939-10-26 p1
  706. Jaronski, Mrs. Joseph, 2632 East 83rd, “Burglar Flees Before Police Arrive” – 1939-12-5 p1
  707. Jaros, Stanley, wife, newborn daughter born July 24, 1939, “Daughter For Jaroses” – 1939-7-26 p1
  708. Jaroszewski, Chester, “Employees On Floor as Bandits Rob Store” – 1939-7-15 p1
  709. Jarzemski, Mr. & Mrs. Leon, “East Siders Attend Charity Festival” – 1939-7-14 p1
  710. Jasieniecki, Paul, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  711. Jasieniecki, Paul Sergt.-at-arms of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  712. Jasieniecki, Paul, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  713. Jasieniecki, Paul, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  714. Jasieniecki, Sgt. Paul, “Stelmaszek to Observe Armistice Day” – 1939-11-6 p1
  715. Jasieniecki, Sgt. Paul, “War Gives Impetus to Armistice Day” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  716. Jasinski, Mrs. Francis J., mother Amborski, Mrs. Frank, “Visit Zacharias Summer Home” – 1939-7-26 p1
  717. Jasinski, Miss Leona, “Bowen Group to Present Play “Skidding” – 1939-9-21 p2
  718. Jasinski, Dr. Thaddeus, wife, newborn daughter, 2241 South Marshall Blvd., parents of Mrs. Jasinski are Mr. & Mrs. Frank Amborski, Frank who reside at 3036 East 87th St., “Mr. – Mrs. Amborski Proud Grandparents” – 1939-11-25 p1
  719. Jaskula, Alex, 8232 Burley Ave., “Two Windows Broken in District” – 1939-11-11 p2
  720. Jastrebowski, Irwin, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  721. Jastrzebowski, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph, daughter Maxine, 7 years old, 7826 Manistee Ave., “Tonsils Out” – 1939-10-23 p1
  722. Jatczak, Isadore, 21 years old, 8339 Mackinaw Ave., “Not only Refuses to Pay Fare But Utilizes Two Seats; Fined” – 1939-12-11 p1
  723. Jerdrazkieweicz, Phyllis, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  724. Jordan, Joseph, 8110 Brandon Ave., “Cut Over Left Eye On Nose When Assaulted” – 1939-10-24 p1
  725. Jordan, Kasmer, wife, originally printed Oct. 5, 1896, reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-10-8 p8
  726. Josniecki, Paul, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  727. Jurek, Earl, wife, newborn son, 7959 Coles Ave., “Son for Jureks” – 1939-9-8 p1
  728. Jurek, Eugene, “Sullivan School Graduates 42 at Exercise” – 1939-7-6 p6
  729. Jurek, Frank, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  730. Helen, Mrs. Helen, 10532 Maryland Ave., “Woman Gives Wrong Name to Police” – 1939-11-4 p1
  731. Jurek, Jean, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  732. Jurek, Miss Jean, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  733. Jurek, Jean, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  734. Jurek, Jerry, wife, newborn son, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-27 p7
  735. Juszewski, Frank, 28 years old, 8407 Escanaba Ave., “Forehead and Eyes Injured in Falls” – 1939-12-2 p1
  736. Kachnowski, Rev. Felix, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  737. Kacprzak, Joseph, 8122 Exchange Ave., “Burglars Have No Xmas Spirit” – 1939-12-26 p1
  738. Kacykowski, Conrad, 1896-7-22 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-15 p8)
  739. Kaczala, E. P., proprietor of Central Tire and Battery Service, 8713 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-6 p2
  740. Kaczala, E. P., proprietor of Central Tire and Battery Service, 8713 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-13 p2
  741. Kaczala, E. P., proprietor of Central Tire and Battery Service, 8713 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-20 p2
  742. Kaczala, E. P., proprietor of Central Tire and Battery Service, 8713 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-10 p2
  743. Kaczala, E. P., proprietor of Central Tire and Battery Service, 8713 Commercial Ave. “Business News” – 1939-8-10 p2
  744. Kaczala, Robert, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  745. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 26 years old, 8626 Manistee Ave., “Two Suspects Held In Park Murder Case” – 1939-8-28 p1
  746. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 26 years old, 8626 Manistee Ave., “Pair Deny Bessemer Pk. Murder” – 1939-8-29 p1
  747. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 26 years old, 8626 Manistee Ave., “Youths Will Face Lie Detector” – 1939-8-30 p1
  748. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 26 years old, 8626 Manistee Ave., “Admits Hitting Man Over Head With Pipe” – 1939-9-1 p1-2
  749. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 8626 Manistee Ave. and 8036 Marquette Ave., “Man Held in Murder Gives 2nd Address” – 1939-9-2 p1
  750. Kaczmarek, Anthony, 26 years old, 8036 Marquette Ave., “Fined $200 For Attempting to “Jackroll” Roll” – 1939-9-2 p2
  751. Kaczmarek, Estelle, daughter, 8835 Commercial Ave., “Judge Orders Dog to be Examined” – 1939-9-14 p1
  752. Kaczmarek, Lillian, 8122 Exchange Ave., “So. Chicago Woman Enjoys Experience on Jury” – 1939-9-20 p1
  753. Kaczmarski, Chester, 22 years old, 8341 Saginaw Ave., “Child Struck By Auto Crossing Street” – 1939-12-18 p1
  754. Kaiser, Mr., originally printed Oct. 6, 1896, reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-10-8 p8
  755. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Notices” – 1939-7-24 p6
  756. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Old Settlers Notice” – 1939-7-29 p6
  757. Kaiser, Charles, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  758. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Notices” – 1939-9-27 p7
  759. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Notice Old Settlers” – 1939-10-24 p7
  760. Kaiser, Charles F., secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Old Settlers to Observe 53rd Meeting” – 1939-10-30 p1
  761. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old settlers Association, “Retires” – 1939-11-8 p1-2
  762. Kaiser, Charles, secretary of Old Settlers Association, “Notices” – 1939-11-24 p7
  763. Kaiser, Mrs. Edward, 10153 Ave. L, sister Mrs. Catherine Rowan, “25 Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1939 p2
  764. Kaiser, Mrs. Louise, niece, Mrs. Leslie D. Stair of Collingswood, N. J., “Leaves for N. J.” – 1939-12-20 p2
  765. Kalendek, Elizabeth, 8728 Commercial Ave., estranged husband Oliver Kalendek, “John G. Ryan, State Solon, Assaulted” – 1939-9-15 p1
  766. Kalendek, Mrs. Elizabeth, “Woman Who Hit Ryan Goes to Trial Monday” – 1939-9-16 p1
  767. Kalendek, Mrs. Elizabeth, 23 years old, 8728 Commercial Ave., “Woman Who Hit J. G. Ryan on Probation” – 1939-9-18 p1
  768. Kalendek, Oliver, 10016 Ave. L, “Notices” – 1939-10-9 p7
  769. Kalendek, Oliver, 10016 Ave. L, “Notices” – 1939-10-10 p7
  770. Kalinowski, Stanley, 8528 Exchange Ave., “Winter Nears; 2 Fur Coats Stolen” – 1939-10-23 p2
  771. Kaliszewski, Frank J., wife, son, brother-in-law Walter Rybowiak, “10 Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1939-8-5 p2
  772. Kalwasinski, Frank, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  773. Kalzananski, Marie, “Legion Post Gives Awards to Children” – 1939-7-3 p2
  774. Kaminski, Edward, wife, son born Dec. 7, 1939, 8805 Exchange Ave., “It’s a Boy” – 1939-12-7 p2
  775. Kaminski, Joseph, 9143 Phillips Ave. – 1939-7-7 p1
  776. Kamraczewski, Edward & Antone, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  777. Kamraeczewski, Anthony, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  778. Kamraczewski, Anton & Charlotte, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-17 p7
  779. Kamraczewski, Anton & Charlotte, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-21 p7
  780. Kamraczewski, Anton & Charlotte, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-24 p2
  781. Kamraczewski, Anton & Charlotte, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-28 p7
  782. Kamraczewski, Anton & Charlotte, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-11 p7
  783. Kandyba, Alexander, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  784. Kania, Joseph, president of Polish Roman Catholic Union, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  785. Kapczynski, Dorothy, 19 months old, 10620 Yates Ave. – 1939-10-17 p1
  786. Kapelinski, Alexander, 8817 Buffalo Ave., “Over 150 Boy Scouts Leave for Camp” – 1939-7-7 p1-2
  787. Kapelinski, Alexander, “Troop 707 Leads All Units for Three Months” – 1939-11-30 p1
  788. Kapinski, John J., relatives in St. Joseph, Missouri, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Dec. 7, 1896 – 1939-12-9 p8
  789. Kapinski, Joseph, parents reside in St. Joseph, Missouri, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Nov. 27, 1896 – 1939-11-25 p2
  790. Kaprowski, Laurence, 2822 East 83rd, “Vandals Take Auto Owned By Kaprowski” – 1939-12-12 p2
  791. Kaptur, Genevieve, “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  792. Karalski, Della, 8509 Brandon Ave., “Doctor Fined; Wife Files Complaint” – 1939-9-21 p2
  793. Karkosik, Mrs. Sophie, 2536 East 86th, “Fined $25 For Violating Zoning Law” – 1939-10-26 p1
  794. Karos, Alex, 8649 Baltimore Ave., owner of gas station at 8887 South Chicago Ave., “Burglars Break Into Gas Station” – 1939-8-23 p1
  795. Karp, Al, owns gas station located at 8887 South Chicago Ave., “Gas Station Entered” – 1939-10-24 p2
  796. Karpinski, Bertha, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  797. Karpinski, Bertha, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  798. Karpinski, Bertha, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  799. Karpinski, Virginia B., 8827 Escanaba Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  800. Karpinskj, Czarlotte, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  801. Karponski, Marion, 12 years old, 8368 Baker Ave., “12-Year-Old Girl Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-10-19 p1
  802. Karwatka, Teddy, John, Edward, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-8-25 p2
  803. Karzeniewski, Felix, 8637 Muskegon Ave., “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  804. Kasparsynski, Walenty, 13428 Ave. N, “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  805. Kassmier, Henry, 4531 N. Rockwell St., “Six Persons Injured in Auto Crash” – 1939-7-10 p1
  806. Kawka, John, 8805 Muskegon Ave., “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  807. Kazmierczak, J., board of directors of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  808. Kazmierczak, Joseph, “Stelmaszek to Give Xmas Fete and Laud Press” – 1939-12-21 p1
  809. Kegowicz, Miss Eugenia, “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  810. Kegowicz, Miss Eugenia, “What is This Kiss Booth at Bowen’s Fair?” – 1939-11-18 p2
  811. Kegowicz, Miss Eugenia, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  812. Kelma, Stanley, “So. Chicago Post to Pick Officers” – 1939-7-8 p1
  813. Kempa, Frank J., “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  814. Kenprowski, Casimir, 37 years old, Cedar Lake, Indiana, “14 Persons Hurt in Automobile Accidents” – 1939-7-3 p1
  815. Kercheski, C. W., 7049 Chappel Ave., “Lusson Store Threatened By Blaze” – 1939-8-31 p1
  816. Kielar, Mrs. Rose, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  817. Kieliszewski, Geraldine, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  818. Kielma, Stanley J., “Commander” – 1939-7-12 p1-2
  819. Kielma, Stanley F., “South Chicago Post to Gather Tonight” – 1939-8-8 p1
  820. Kielma, Stanley, “Legion Post Installs Officers” – 1939-9-13 p1-2
  821. Kieltyka, Bernice, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  822. Kieltyka, Bernice, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  823. Kieltyka, Bernice, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  824. Kieltyka, Bernice, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  825. Kil, Irene, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-9 p3
  826. Kil, Irene, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  827. Kil, Miss Irene, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  828. Kil, Walter, wife, son Henry, 8414 Burley Ave., “At Champaign” – 1939-9-18 p1
  829. Kil, Zigmund, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  830. Kita, Rev. Cyril I, pastor of St. Bronislava Church, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  831. Klamecki, Virgina K, 8711 Exchange Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  832. Klarkowski, Stanley, judge, “Dr. Mioduski and Lawyer Meet Today to Determine Next Move” & “Edward Moore Starts Republican Drive” – 1938-8-26 p1
  833. Klarkowski, Stanley, judge, “No Demo. Representation in Fall-Silbert” – 1938-8-29 p1
  834. Klawan’s Pharmacy, “Circulate 75th Shopper in So. Shore” – 1939-9-6 p1
  835. Klawan’s Leslie, “Gishwiller Plea Denied By Master” – 1939-9-22 p1
  836. Klawitter, Mrs. A., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  837. Klawitter, Mrs. Agnes, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  838. Klawitter, Ralph, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  839. Kleineak, Virginia, 19 years old, father, brother, 8920 Commercial Ave., “Father Hits Daughter With Chair” – 1939-9-5 p2
  840. Kleimcak, Virginia, 19 years old, father, 8920 Commercial Ave., “Claims Father Did Not Hit Her With Chair” – 1939-9-6 p1
  841. Klimowski, Casimir J., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  842. Klinoski, Sabina, 23 years old, 8314 Manistee Ave., “So. Deeringite Jailed on Charge of Larceny” – 1939-11-8 p1
  843. Klosowski, Clarence, “Three Persons Walk Into Sides of Automobiles” – 1939-12-26 p1
  844. Kmak, Evelyn, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  845. Kmak, Marcella, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  846. Kneuszka, Miss Violet, 17 years old, 8617 Houston Ave., “4 Bowen Students Injured in Auto Crash” – 1939-12-9 p1
  847. Kniaz, Edward, 21 years old, 8532 Saginaw Ave., “Start Drive Against Errant Motorists” – 1939-11-11 p1
  848. Kobza, Laurence, grandfather of newborn infant named also named Laurence, son of Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Savage, Gene Kobza, aunt of infant Laurence, “Cage Star for Stephensons; It’s a Girl” – 1939-9-19 p1
  849. Kochal, Mr., “Toastmaster” – 1939-8-25 p2
  850. Kochanski, Casimer, wife, 13426 Brandon Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-12-21 p6
  851. Kochanski, Walter, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  852. Kocinski, Casey, 8500 Buffalo Ave., “South Chicago Newsboy Drowns in Lake” – 1939-7-3 p1
  853. Kocinski, Larry, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  854. Kocinski, Larry M., “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  855. Koepke, Mr. & Mrs. John, 10500 Ave. L, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-7-17 p2
  856. Kolanowski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  857. Kolodziej, Bernice, entered convent in Des Plaines, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  858. Kolodziej, Casimir, picture, “Mass Opens Dedicatory Program” – 1939-7-11 p1
  859. Kolza, John, “Bowen Arrow Editorial, Business Staffs Announced” – 1939-9-12 p1
  860. Komorski, Raymond, 9 years old, 9918 Exchange Ave., “Dog Bites Begin to Amount Again” – 1938-8-27 p1
  861. Konetzki, William, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  862. Konfederak, Miss Pearl, “Vacationing” – 1939-7-24 p1
  863. Konieczny, Lorraine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  864. Konieczny, Marion, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  865. Konieczyny, Lorraine & Marianne, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  866. Konkol, George, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  867. Konopka, Joseph, 8601 Baltimore Ave., “Hold Events All Day At Golf Club” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  868. Konopka, Joseph, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  869. Konopka, Joseph, “Thomas R. Reed to Speak Here Tonight” – 1939-10-6 p1
  870. Konopka, Joseph, “Junior C of C Makes Debut Tonight” – 1939-10-9 p1
  871. Konopka, Joseph, “Over 50 Attend Junior Chamber Meeting” – 1939-10-10 p1
  872. Konopka, Joseph, “2nd Seeks Opening of 87th Street” – 1939-10-17 p1
  873. Konopka, Joseph, “Council to Concentrate on Project” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  874. Konopka, Joseph, “Chamber to Hold New Switch Ceremony Next Friday” – 1939-11-18 p1-2
  875. Konopka, Joseph, “Capt. Brady to Speak at Switch Dedication” – 1939-11-21 p1
  876. Konopka, Joseph, “Asks Help of All Residents in Districts” – 1939-11-29 p1-2
  877. Konopka, Joseph, “Daley and Chamber to Play Santa” – 1939-12-21 p1&6
  878. Konopka, Joseph, “Santa Claus, Huge Cake Feature Patients’ Xmas Party” – 1939-12-23 p2
  879. Konopka, Sabina, 25 years old, 8622 Marquette Ave., “Six Hurt in Auto Accident at 87th, Jeffrey Ave. – 1939-9-25 p1
  880. Konzul, Mrs. Rose, 26 years old, 4949 Justine St., “Pair Freed on Disorderly Charges” – 1939-12-8 p1
  881. Kopchak, George, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  882. Kopec, Miss Jean, “Vacationing” – 1939-7-24 p1
  883. Kopec, Roman, editor of newspaper Polonia, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  884. Kopec, Roman, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  885. Kopec, Roman, “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  886. Kopec, Roman, “Stelmaszek to Give Xmas Fete and Laud Press” – 1939-12-21 p1
  887. Kopyszka, Officer Phillip, “At Ludington” – 1939-7-21 p1
  888. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1938-8-26 p7
  889. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1938-8-27 p7
  890. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1938-8-29 p7
  891. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-8-7 p2
  892. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-3 p2
  893. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-4 p2
  894. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-5 p2
  895. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-6 p2
  896. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-11 p2
  897. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-12 p2
  898. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-18 p2
  899. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-10-28 p7
  900. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-8 p2
  901. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-9 p2
  902. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-10 p2
  903. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-16 p7
  904. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-17 p7
  905. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-22 p2
  906. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-24 p2
  907. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-25 p2
  908. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-29 p2
  909. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-11-30 p2
  910. Kordecki Coal Co., 3002 East 82nd, advertisement – 1939-12-8 p7
  911. Korpalski, Mrs. Mary, 47 years old, 8519 Burley Ave., “2 Arrested on Liquor Charges” – 1939-7-20 p1
  912. Korpalski, Mary, 37 years old, 8519 Burley Ave., “Defendant Wins Case on Technicality” – 1939-9-13 p1
  913. Korpalski, Mary, 37 years old, 8519 Burley Ave., “Woman Who Sold Liquor Given Fine of $50” – 1939-9-20 p1
  914. Korvalski, A., 8301 Burley Ave., “Someone is Always Taking the Joy Out of Life” – 1939-7-31 p1
  915. Kosak building, 3641 ½ East 106th, “Durable Hosiery is Offered at Spearman’s” – 1939-9-15 p2
  916. Kosak building, 3641 ½ East 106th St., “Latest in Women’s Hosiery at Spearman’s” – 1939-9-28 p7
  917. Koseka, James, “Notice” – 1939-7-8 p6
  918. Koseka, James, column 5 – 1939-7-10 p6
  919. Koseka, James, column 5 – 1939-7-11 p6
  920. Kosicek, Mrs., “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-24, reprinted in 1939-8-19 p3
  921. Kosiczynski, John, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  922. Kosmella, Miss Clara, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-10-17, reprinted in 1939-10-24 p5
  923. Kosmella, Mrs. J. P., celebrated 50th birthday July 28, 1896, 9940 Ave., J, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-29, reprinted in 1939-8-29 p8
  924. Kostanczyk, Wanda, 20 years old, 13406 Brandon Ave., resides with the Young family, father resides at 13326 Ave. K, “Hold Hegewisch Woman on Confidence Charge” – 1939-11-25 p1
  925. Kostanczyk, Wanda, 20 years old, 13406 Brandon Ave., parents, “Hegewisch Woman Must Be Examined” – 1939-11-28 p1
  926. Kostanski, Eugene, 3 years old, 8717 Houston Ave., “Man Injured in Truck and Bus Crash” – 1939-8-18 p1
  927. Kostelanetz, Andre & wife Lily Pons, “Women’s Band to Entertain Southeasterners Sunday” – 1939-7-18-p1
  928. Kostelanetz, Andre & wife Lily Pons, “To Appear” – 1939-7-19 p1
  929. Kotas, Frances, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  930. Kotas, Frances, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  931. Kotas, Frances, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  932. Kotnalski, Edward, “Summer School Exercises to be Held Tonight” – 1939-8-9 p1-2
  933. Koval, Joseph G. Sr., “Return From East” – 1939-7-18 p2
  934. Koval, Michael, “Any Big Ones” – 1939-7-18 p1
  935. Kowalczyk, Richard, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  936. Kowalczyk, Stanley, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  937. Kowalczyk, Stanley, trustee of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  938. Kowalczyk, Stanley, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  939. Kowalczyk, Vincent F., “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  940. Kowaleski, Delphine, “Bowen Arrow Editorial, Business Staffs Announced” – 1939-9-12 p1
  941. Kowalski, Delphine, “Southeastern Chicago Chairmen Chosen For Press Assn. Meet” – 1939-11-2 p1-2
  942. Kowalski, Dorothy, “Announce Committees For Bowen Graduating Class of February, 1940” – 1939-9-20 p1
  943. Kowalski, Eugene, 14 years old, 8117 Manistee Ave., “Boy is Casualty in Ping Pong War” – 1939-8-12 p2
  944. Kowalski, Mack, 8721 Muskegon Ave., “Copper Wire, Torch Stolen from Garage” – 1939-11-13 p1
  945. Kowalzcich, Vincent, wife, newborn twin daughters, 8528 Kingston Ave., “Twin Daughters Born to So. Chicagoans” – 1939-9-29 p1
  946. Kowinski, Eleanore, “Sullivan School Graduates 42 at Exercise” – 1939-7-6 p6
  947. Kozak, Mrs. Clement, 7855 Escanaba Ave., son William Kozak, 8918Escanaba Ave., & mother Mrs. Andrew Smotrilla, “Escanabaites Leave For West” – 1939-7-17 p1
  948. Kozak, Clem, “Sox Must Win!” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  949. Kozak, Ed, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  950. Kozak, Edward J., “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  951. Kozak, Edward J., “Co-Ed Group Holds Annual Christmas Party Tonight” – 1939-12-19 p1
  952. Kozak, Mrs. Helen, “Medium Certificates to be Given at Meet” – 1939-11-4 p2
  953. Kozak, Henry, “Boy Scout Troop to be Given U.S. Flag” – 1939-7-27 p1
  954. Kozak, Henry, 8833 Manistee Ave., “Big Scoutcraft Rally Booked for Oct. 20” – 1939-10-10 p1
  955. Kozak, Henry, “Scoutleaders to Take Trip” – 1939-10-19 p1
  956. Kozak, Henry, “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  957. Kozak, Henry, “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  958. Kozak, Henry, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  959. Kozakiewicz, Mrs. Ignatius, “Mrs. Jackowski is Vacationing in Wis.” – 1939-8-25 p2
  960. Kozial, Miss Genevieve, 10642 Calhoun Ave., “Appendectomy” – 1939-9-21 p1
  961. Koziarski, Jane, 8348 Burnham Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  962. Kozicinski, Beatrice, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  963. Kozinski, Frances, sister of Mrs. Marie Plesha, 8828 Escanaba Ave., “Stockinger Death Still Mystery” – 1939-9-23 p1
  964. Kozka, Frank, 67 years old, “Tavern Hostess Causes Arrest of Trio” – 1939-11-28 p1-2
  965. Kozlowski, Albert, wife, newborn son, 8837 Muskegon Ave., “Youngstown Steel Gets New Employee” – 1939-12 -15 p1
  966. Kozlowski, Arthur, “Groups of Boys Enjoy Outings on Estate” – 1939-7-27 p2
  967. Kozlowski, Dorothy, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  968. Kozlowski, George, 8657 Manistee Ave., “Two Suspects Held In Park Murder Case” – 1939-8-28 p1
  969. Kozlowski, George, 8657 Manistee Ave., “Pair Fined On Strong Arm Charge” – 1939-9-2 p1
  970. Kozlowski, Msgr. John, “Catholic Churches Affected By Priest Changes” – 1939-7-8 p1
  971. Kozlowski, Kathleen, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  972. Kozlowski, Leo, 4 years old, 8947 Escanaba Ave., “Child, Running Into Street, Hit By Truck” – 1939-7-20 p1
  973. Kozlowski, Miss Margaret G., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-20 p7
  974. Kozlowski, Miss Margaret G., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-27 p7
  975. Kozlowski, Miss Margaret G., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-11-3 p7
  976. Kozlowski, Ray, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  977. Kozmisczak, Joseph, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  978. Kozul, John, 3265 East 92nd, “4 Men Drive Away After Breaking Tavern Window” – 1939-9-13p p1
  979. Kozul, John, tavern proprietor located at 3265 East 92nd & tug boat owner, “One Drowns, 2 Saved as Tug Sinks” – 1939-11-8 p1
  980. Kozul, Matthew, 9521 Escanaba Ave., “Struck By Auto; Hip Dislocated” – 1939-10-2 p1
  981. Kozy, Adrian, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  982. Kozy, Helen, 8348 Burnham Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  983. Krajewska, Mary, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  984. Krajewski Groc., 8601 Houston Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  985. Krajewski, Henry, “Santa Claus, Huge Cake Feature Patients’ Xmas Party” – 1939-12-23 p2
  986. Kralikowski, Vincenty “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-8 p5
  987. Krasinski, Harry, 27 years old, 8351 Burnham Ave., “Back Sprained as He Stumbles to Ground” – 1939-7-10 p1
  988. Krask, Miss Margaret, 2943 East 96th, “Toy Pistol Bandit Robs Woman” – 1939-12-15 p1
  989. Kravecz, John, “Mrs. Frank Bock May Return Home Today” – 1939-7-8 p1
  990. Kravecz, John, 21 years old, 2919 East 138th Place, “To Investigate Before Bond is Returned” – 1939-7-18 p1
  991. Krencicki, Patricia, 4 years old, 8236 Manistee Ave., “Child Run Down By Auto; Cheek Fractured” – 1939-9-16 p1
  992. Krencicki, Stanley, 34 years old, 8427 Brandon Ave., “Falls From Attic; Leg, Arm Injured” – 1939-9-18 p2
  993. Kreuszka, Violet, 17 years old, 8617 Houston Ave., “Bowen High Student Fined” – 1939-12-23 p1
  994. Krivokucki, Michael, 10261 Ave. M, “Firemen Kept Busy Over Week-End” – 1939-11-6 p1
  995. Krolak, Frank, “Schweitzer Officers to be Installed” – 1939-8-9 p1
  996. Krolick, Fr. Edmund, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  997. Krolik, Miss Clara, “Vacationing” – 1939-7-24 p1
  998. Krupa, Gene, & sister Mrs. Michael Bloch, “Blochs, Zuchowskis On Vacation” – 1939-7-13 p1
  999. Krupa, Gene, “East Side Theater advertisement – 1939-8-5 p2
  1000. Krupa, Gene, “Calls Meeting” – 1939-8-24 p1
  1001. Krupa, Gene, advertisement – 1939-11-4 p2
  1002. Krupa, Gene, advertisement – 1939-11-6 p2
  1003. Krupa, Peter, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1004. Krupa, Stephen, 13359 Ave. M, “Boy Shot in Shoulder Hunting” – 1939-9-30 p1
  1005. Krupa, Walter, 19 years old, 13512 Ave. N, “3 Injured in East Side Auto Accident” – 1939-9-13 p1
  1006. Krupa, Walter, 25 years old, 13521 Ave. N, “Finds Revolver and Puts Three Under Arrest” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1007. Krupa, Walter, 25 years old, 13521 Ave. N, “Jailed for Carrying Weapons” – 1939-12-28 p1
  1008. Kruska, Miss Violet, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  1009. Kruswicki, Stanley, wife, daughter born Dec. 5, 1939, 8227 Commercial Ave., “Kruswickis Rejoice” – 1939-12-6 p2
  1010. Kruswicki, Stanley, wife, newborn son, 8227 Commercial Ave., “Baby Arrives” – 1939-12-7 p2
  1011. Kruszka, Mrs. Clara, 8817 Houston Ave., “Man Found Slumped in Hallway” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1012. Kruszka, Ed, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  1013. Kruszka, Ed, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  1014. Kruszka, Martin, 46 years old, 8817 Houston Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-29 p2
  1015. Kruszka, Michael & wife, son Harold, twin daughters Marsha & Marion, “Vacationing” – 1939-7-19 p2
  1016. Kruszka, Violet, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1017. Kruszka, Miss Violet, “Cadet Drum & Bugle Corps to Celebrate Anniversary Saturday Night” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1018. Kruszynski, Richard, 6 years old, 8347 Burley Ave., “Six-Year-Old Boy Struck By Automobile” – 1939-11-15 p1
  1019. Kruzynski, Edward, 9324 Muskegon Ave., “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1020. Krynicki, Evelyn & Vivian, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1021. Krywowiaz, Tom & wife Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-17 p7
  1022. Krywowiaz, Tom & wife Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-24 p7
  1023. Krywowiaz, Tom & wife Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p2
  1024. Krzeminski, Anton, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  1025. Krzeminski, Anton, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-8 p6
  1026. Krzeminski, Anton, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  1027. Krzenien, Mrs. Catherine, 65 years old, 13442 Baltimore Ave., “Hegewischite Hit Crossing Street” – 1939-10-27 p1
  1028. Krzyanowski, Stanley, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1029. Krzyanowski, Stanley, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1030. Ksigzarczyk, Edna, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1031. Kubaszak, Mr. & Mrs., “Surprise East Side Residents on the Occasion of Their Silver Wedding; Mock Ceremony” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1032. Kubiak, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1033. Kubiak, Adelaine, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1034. Kubiak, Felix, 14 years old, 8349 Essex Ave., “Boy Knocked Down By Automobile” – 1939-12-4 p1
  1035. Kubiak, Sigmund, wife, daughter born Sept. 11, 1939, “Daughter Arrives” – 1939-9-12 p1
  1036. Kubiak, Stephen Kubiak, wife, newborn son, 8512 Colfax Ave., “Son For Kubiaks” – 1939-9-21 p1
  1037. Kucewicz, Theodore, assistant state’s attorney, “Fined for Having No Certificate of Title” – 1939-10-7 p1
  1038. Kucharski, Frank, 6 years old, 8135 Coles Ave., “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  1039. Kucharski, Joseph, 8008 South Shore Dr., “Cheltenham Man Cut in Auto Crash” – 1939-7-8 p1
  1040. Kuchurik, John, 8816 Buffalo Ave., “Over 150 Boy Scouts Leave for Camp” – 1939-7-7 p1-2
  1041. Kuchurik, John, 8841 Buffalo Ave., “Boy Scouts to Hold Parents’ Night Friday” – 1939-9-27 p2
  1042. Kuchta, Henrietta, 14 years old, 8212 Escanaba Ave., & brother Matthew, 8434 Buffalo Ave., “World’s Fair Said to Have Lured Girl Away From Home” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1043. Kuczkowski, John, 31 years old, 1434 Augusta Boulevard, “Child Knocked Down By Auto; Leg Fractured” – 1939-10-16 p1
  1044. Kudlo, Ed, “Summer Fair Being Held At YMCA” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1045. Kujawa, Anne, 8300 Mackinaw Ave., “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  1046. Kuklinski, Fr. Francis, pastor of St. Florian Church, “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  1047. Kukulski, Ruphin, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1048. Kukulski, Zigmund, “New Police Order Affects District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1049. Kula, Victor, judge, “Friday, 13th Proves Lucky for H. Gass” & “Tavern License Goes to Anna, Pigs to George” & “Judge V. A. Kula Presides Here” – 1939-10-13 p1
  1050. Kulczyk, Ben, Calumet City police officer, “Gun Battle Follows Robbery” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1051. Kulczyk, Ben, Calumet City police officer, “Policeman in Serious Condition” – 1939-9-26 p1
  1052. Kulczyk, Ben, Calumet City police officer, “Bandit Hit By Bullets Improving” – 1939-9-17 p1
  1053. Kulik, Clara & Eugene, 8829 Exchange Ave., “Children Find Murderer – of Sparrow” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1054. Kulik, Ernest, “Boy Scout Troop Holds Hallowe’en Display” – 1939-10-28 p1
  1055. Kulik, Leonard, “Report Abe Fox Hitch-Hiking; Auto Stolen” – 1939-7-29 p1
  1056. Kulinski, Rev. Francis A., pastor of St. Florian Church, “Invocation to be Given by Priest” – 1939-9-9 p1
  1057. Kulinski, Rev. Francis, pastor of St. Florian Church, “Resolutions Adopted at War Meeting” – 1939-9-11 p1
  1058. Kulinski, Rev. Francis A., pastor of St. Florian Church, “Hegewisch C. of C. Aiding in Staging Xmas Party at James R. Mann Park” – 1939-12-20 p1-2
  1059. Kulinski, Rev. Francis, pastor of St. Florian Church, “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1060. Kulinski, Irving, 14 years old, 8638 Houston Ave., “Car Hitchers Injured When Screen Loosens” – 1939-10-26 p1
  1061. Kupski, Harry, wife, newborn son on Aug. 1, 1939, “Another Kupski” – 1939-8-1 p1
  1062. Kupsik, Wallace, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1063. Kupski, Wallace, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1064. Kupsk, Wallace, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1065. Kuraszkiewicz, Raymond, “Notices” – 1939-12-5 p7
  1066. Kuraszkiewicz, Raymond, “Notices” – 1939-12-6 p7
  1067. Kuraszkiewicz, Raymond, “Notices” – 1939-12-7 p7
  1068. Kurek, Stanley, 13537 Baltimore Ave., “Brooks Reports $103,050 Worth of Property Sold” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  1069. Kurnik, Jack, 13200 Houston Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-8-15 p2
  1070. Kurnik, John, 57 years old, 13528 Burley Ave., “Arthritis” – 1939-9-18 p2
  1071. Kurowski, Joe, policeman, “South Chicagoans Home From War Zone; Witness Shooting of Nazi Plane” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1072. Kurowski, Joseph, president of Calumet Federal Savings and Loan Association of South Chicago, “Calumet Fed Paying 4% Dividend” – 1939-12-30 p1
  1073. Kurowski, Mr. & Mrs. Robert & newborn daughter Roberta, 8556 Exchange Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-15 p2
  1074. Kurz, Miss J., “Classes Being Taught at Library” – 1939-10-2 p1
  1075. Kus, Mr. & Mrs., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-21 p7
  1076. Kus, Albert, wife, 13501 Buffalo Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-4 p4
  1077. Kuzanek, Officer, “Police Quiet Family Row in South Chicago” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1078. Kuzanek, Officer, “Officer Erred in Giving Row Address” – 1939-8-4 p1
  1079. Kuzanek, Louis, police officer, “Adamowski Has Busy Day in Court” – 1939-9-19 p1
  1080. Kuzanek, Louis, police officer, “Out-of-State License; Driver Arrested” – 1939-11-1 p1
  1081. Kuzanek, Louis, police officer, “Driver Loses Privileges for One Year” – 1939-12-28 p1
  1082. Kuzanek, Louis, police officer, “Jinx Follows East Side Man; Involved in Two Auto Mishaps” – 1939-12-29 p1
  1083. Kuzniar, Esther, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  1084. Kuzniar, Esther, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1085. Kuzniar, F., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1086. Kuzniar, Frank, Kuzniar undertaking parlor, 83rd St. & South Shore Drive, “Man Found Slumped in Hallway” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1087. Kuzniar, Tadeusz, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1088. Kuznik, Joseph, 2800 East 93rd, “Brooks Reports $103,050 Worth of Property Sold” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  1089. Kwiatkowski, Alex, advertisement for Alex & Mack’s Auto Repairs, 2936 East 87th – 1938-8-26 p7
  1090. Kwiatkowski, Alex, advertisement for Alex & Mack’s Auto Repairs, 2936 East 87th – 1938-8-27 p7
  1091. Kwiatkowski, Alex, advertisement for Alex & Mack’s Auto Repairs, 2936 East 87th – 1938-8-29 p7
  1092. Kwiatkowski, Bartek, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  1093. Kwiatkowski, Beatrice, Loretta & Sally, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1094. Kwiatkowski, Walter, 8010 Saginaw Ave., “”Phantom ‘Still” Raided By Federal Men” – 1938-8-27 p1
  1095. Labadz, Michael, 53 years old, 13408 Baltimore Ave., “Stuck By Auto on Highway” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1096. Lachacko, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1097. Laczkowski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1098. Laczynski, Loretta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1099. Laczynski, Loretta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1100. Laczynski, Loretta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1101. Laczynski, Loretta, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1102. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-3 p5
  1103. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-5 p6
  1104. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-10 p6
  1105. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-12 p6
  1106. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-14 p6
  1107. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-17 p6
  1108. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-19 p6
  1109. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-21 p6
  1110. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-24 p6
  1111. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-26 p6
  1112. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-28 p6
  1113. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-7-31 p6
  1114. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-2 p6
  1115. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-4 p6
  1116. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-7 p6
  1117. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-9 p6
  1118. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-11 p6
  1119. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-14 p6
  1120. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-16 p6
  1121. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-18 p6
  1122. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-21 p6
  1123. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-23 p7
  1124. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-25 p7
  1125. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-28 p7
  1126. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-8-30 p7
  1127. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-1 p7
  1128. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-5 p7
  1129. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-6 p7
  1130. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-8 p7
  1131. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-11 p7
  1132. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-13 p7
  1133. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-15 p7
  1134. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-18 p7
  1135. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-20 p7
  1136. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-22 p7
  1137. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-25 p7
  1138. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-27 p7
  1139. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-9-29 p7
  1140. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-2 p7
  1141. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-4 p7
  1142. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-6 p7
  1143. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-9 p7
  1144. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-11 p7
  1145. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-13 p7
  1146. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-16 p7
  1147. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-18 p7
  1148. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-20 p7
  1149. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-23 p7
  1150. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-25 p7
  1151. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-27 p7
  1152. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-10-30 p7
  1153. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-1 p7
  1154. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-3 p7
  1155. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-6 p7
  1156. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-8 p7
  1157. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-10 p7
  1158. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-13 p7
  1159. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-15 p7
  1160. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-17 p7
  1161. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-22 p7
  1162. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-24 p7
  1163. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-27 p7
  1164. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-11-29 p7
  1165. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-1 p7
  1166. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-4 p7
  1167. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-6 p7
  1168. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-8 p7
  1169. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-11 p7
  1170. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-13 p11
  1171. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-15 p7
  1172. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-18 p7
  1173. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-20 p7
  1174. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-22 p7
  1175. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-26 p7
  1176. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-27 p7
  1177. Ladowski Florist advertisement, 8910 Commercial Ave., 1939-12-29 p7
  1178. Ladowski, Edward, wife, newborn girl, 8747 Houston Ave., “Two Girls Born at So. Chicago Hospital” – 1939-9-28 p1
  1179. Ladowski, Patricia Antoinette, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  1180. Ladowski, Philip, 8910 Exchange Ave., “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1181. Lagodny, Chester, 33 years old, 2300 South Kostner Ave., “Adamowski Has Busy Day in Court” – 1939-9-19 p1
  1182. Lahajczak, Stanley, 8159 South Shore Drive, “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  1183. Lakomski Groc., 8558 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  1184. Lakowski, Joseph A., “Dollar Day in District is Success” – 1938-8-26 p1-2
  1185. Lamparski, D., “Plans Tonight’ – 1939-11-6 p1-2
  1186. Lamparski, Dorothy & Irene, 9218 Manistee Ave., aunt & uncle Mr. & Mrs. Paul Wicks of Youngstown, Ohio, “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  1187. Lamparski, “Dot”, “In Delevan Lake” – 1939-8-11 p1
  1188. Lamparski, Mrs. J., “To Receive” – 1939-11-11 p1-2
  1189. Lange, Camp, “Camp Lange Dedication Picnic Plans Near Completion” – 1939-7-1 p1
  1190. Lange, Camp, “So. Deering, East Side to Put on a Show” – 1939-7-3 p1
  1191. Lange, Camp, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1192. Lange, Rev. John M., Camp Lange named after him, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1193. Lange, Rev. John, Camp Lange named after him, “Mass Opens Dedicatory Program” – 1939-7-11 p1
  1194. Lange, Rev. John M., “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1195. Langwinski, Bruno, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1196. Lask, Frank, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  1197. Lask, Frank, proprietor of the Gay Paree, “To Attend” – 1939-11-9 p2
  1198. Lask, Jack, “Jack Lask and Chas. Kaub Return” – 1939-8-4 p2
  1199. Lask, Nicholas, president of South Chicago Tavern Owners Association, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  1200. Lask, Nicholas, president of South Chicago Tavern Owners Association, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  1201. Laski, John & Tillie, “Notice” – 1939-7-8 p6
  1202. Laskowski, Ben, 40 years old, 8456 Escanaba Ave., “One Injured in Automobile Accident” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1203. Lasocki, Paul, wife, daughter Miss Loretta, 8312 Green Bay Ave., “Convalescing” – 1939-11-24 p1
  1204. Latkowski, Frank, 25 years old, policeman, Wachowski, Aunt Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, nephew of John Wachowski, “Police Officer Wants Hearing on Loot Case’ – 1939-7-28 p1
  1205. Latowski, Frank, policeman, nephew of John Wachowski & wife Isabelle (estranged), 8407 Crandon Ave., “Police Officer Linked in ‘Meanest’ Man” – 1939-7-25 p1
  1206. Latowski, Frank, policeman, nephew of John Wachowski, wife Isabelle Wachowski (estranged), 8407 Crandon Ave., “Case Involving Policeman to be Heard Here” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1207. Leibner, Dolores, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1208. Leidner, Eugene, wife, 8157 Dante Ave., newborn son, “New Born Sons Give World “Once Over”” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1209. Lek, Andrew, 8227 Saginaw Ave., “Strong-armed” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1210. Lekki, Mr. & Mrs. & newborn son & 2 daughters, 2948 E. 81st, Mrs. Lekki’s mother resides at 2949 E. 80th St. – 1939-7-1 p2
  1211. Lelli, Fr. Lucian, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  1212. Lenard Mrs. Agnes, born Sept. 3, son Henry born Sept. 23, son George born Sept. 13, “Do You Know –“ – 1939-7-20 p1
  1213. Lenard, Henry M., “Coming Events” – 1938-8-27 p7
  1214. Lenard, Henry M., “Coming Events” – 1938-8-29 p4
  1215. Lenard, Henry, bailiff, “Henry Lenard, William McGrew Hurt in Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1216. Lenard, Henry, bailiff, “Judge Green Sits at Local Court” – 1939-8-18 p1
  1217. Lenard, Henry, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1218. Lenard, Henry, bailiff, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  1219. Lenard, Henry M., bailiff, (picture), “Ald. Thomas J. Daley Cuts Ribbon to Open Bus Service” & “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  1220. Lenckas, Miss Effie, engaged to marry Stanley Banna, 13118 Houston Ave., daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George Lenckas, 13108 Houston Ave., sister Janet, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-26 p2
  1221. Lencki, Mrs. Eleanore, “Visit Zacharias Summer Home” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1222. Lenczynski, A., 8410 Burley Ave., “Two Illuminated Signs to Be Erected in 7th” – 1939-10-16 p1
  1223. Lenczynski, A., 8410 Burley Ave., “Daley Obtains Signs for District” – 1939-10-26 p1
  1224. Lens, Al, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1225. Lentowski, Stanley, 8457 Mackinaw Ave., “Dog Doesn’t Bite Man; Man Snaps at Officer” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1226. Lepczynski, Irene, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1227. Leshaski, Geo., 63 years old, 8326 Burley Ave., “S. Chicagoan First to be Booked on New Charge” – 1939-10-11 p1
  1228. Lesiecki, Frank, 13226 Baltimore Ave., “Schweitzer to Install Officers” – 1939-9-11 p1
  1229. Lesiecki, Louis, commander of Polish Veterans of the American Legion” – 1939-12-21 p2
  1230. Lesinski, Edward, “Chief Host” – 1939-8-10 p2
  1231. Leski, Arthur, 8828 Commercial Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1232. Lesniak, Mrs. C., “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  1233. Lesniak, Catherine, “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1234. Lew, Christine, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1235. Lewandowski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1236. Lewandowski, B., “Only Yesterday”, reprint of Nov. 2, 1896 – 1939-10-28 p8
  1237. Lewandowski, Casimir, 25 years old, 8839 Exchange Ave., “O’Connell Hands Out Many Fines” – 1939-7-18-p1
  1238. Lewandowski, Edmund, 9 years old, 8615 Marquette Ave., “Two Small Boys Knocked Down by Auto, Truck” – 1939-9-15 p1
  1239. Lewandowski, Felix, 15 years old, 8738 Houston Ave., “Three Boys Sent to St. Charles “School”” – 1939-7-3 p1
  1240. Lewandowski, Frank, 45 years old, 8754 Manistee Ave., “Falls Backwards Down Stairs; Head Injured” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1241. Lewandowski, Joseph, 8236 Houston Ave., “Auto Stolen” – 1939-8-17 p1
  1242. Lewandowski, Leo, 22 years old, 8641 Manistee Ave., “One Injured in 79th – Yates Ave. Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1243. Lewandowski, Stephen, wife, & newborn boy born August 4, 1939, 9026 Exchange Ave. – 1939-8-7 p2
  1244. Lewandowski, Officer, “Girl Knows How to Rid Flirters On Way Home” – 1939-8-2 p1
  1245. Lewandowski, Officer, “Police Quiet Family Row in South Chicago” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1246. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Three Boys Sent to St. Charles “School” – 1939-7-3 p1
  1247. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Sentenced to Dwight State Hospital” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1248. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Driver Fined For Having Faulty License Plates” & “3 Questioned in South Chicago Burglary” – 1939-7-18 p1
  1249. Lewandowski, Vincent, police officer, “Unidentified Man’s Death Remains Mystery” – 1939-8-1 p1
  1250. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Bogus Check Passer Caught” – 1939-8-7 p1
  1251. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “EJ&E Railroad Man Admits Shooting” – 1939-10-9 p1
  1252. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Keenan Kicked in Groin By Prisoner” – 1939-11-6 p1
  1253. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Steel Employee Claims He Was Chased By Accident Victim” – 1939-12-4 p1
  1254. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Man Taken Into Custody on Girl’s Complaint” – 1939-12-6 p1
  1255. Lewandowski, Vincent, detective, “Puts Hand Through Window; Fined By Judge Weiss” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1256. Lewandowski, Virginia, “Sullivan School Graduates 42 at Exercise” – 1939-7-6 p6
  1257. Lewantowski, Edward, 8543 Buffalo Ave., “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  1258. Lichnerowicz, Alvin, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  1259. Liebner, Walter, owns tavern located at 87th & Marquette Ave., “Farewell” – 1939-10-14 p1-2
  1260. Liketa, Joe, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-7 p6
  1261. Liketa, Joe, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-11 p2
  1262. Liketa, Joe, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-14 p6
  1263. Lipowski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1264. Lisek, Joe, “Leaves for Arkansas” – 1939-10-17 p2
  1265. Lisek, Joseph, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1266. Lisowska, Mrs. Mary, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  1267. Lisowski, Mrs., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  1268. Lisowski, Stephen, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1269. Lisowski, Stephen, secretary of Citizens Federal Credit Union, “Credit Union Pays 5 Per Cent Dividend” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1270. Loferski, Mrs. Katherine, 8411 Marquette Ave., 25th birthday on Nov. 25, 1939 “To Observe Birthday” – 1939-11-17 p1
  1271. Lorenz, William G., 502 Houston Ave., Muskegon Michigan, former resident of South Chicago, nephew Charles Kronhite / Cronkhite, “Seeks Nephew Here” – 1938-8-26 p1
  1272. Lorenzen, Peter, “Peter Lorenzen Recuperating” – 1939-12-15 p1
  1273. Losiniecke, Frank, 8725 Marquette Ave., “Orders Presented By Rowan Passed in Council” – 1939-7-8 p1
  1274. Lotko, Mrs. Esther, 7819 Essex Ave., “Burglars Try to Enter Home” – 1939-12-19 p1
  1275. Lotkowski, Officer Frank, 25 years old, nephew of John Wachowski, his estranged wife Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, “White Feather Shown; Doesn’t Appear” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1276. Lotowski, Offier Frank, 25 years old, 8523 Oglesby Ave., nephew of John Wachowski alias Walters & estranged wife Isabelle Wachowski, 8407 Crandon Ave., “Missing Clothes of Policeman Returned” – 1939-8-5 p2
  1277. Lowski, Merlen, Marion, Indiana, “Neck Strained in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-13 p1
  1278. Lubawy, Jacob, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1279. Ludwicki, John, “Polish Legion Convention to Be August 5” – 1939-8-5 p1
  1280. Ludwicki, John, “Y Glee Club Appears at Conference” – 1939-11-9 p2
  1281. Lulinski, Adam, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1282. Lulinski, Carolyn, 8301 Brandon Ave., father Anton, “Undergoes Surgery” – 1939-9-6 p1
  1283. Lulinski, Carolyn, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Anton Powalski, 8301 Burley Ave., “Major Surgery” – 1939-9-9 p1
  1284. Lulinski, J. P., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1285. Lulinski, Sylvester, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1286. Lulinski, Sylvester, 8324 Burley Ave., “Y College Woman Enrollment Record Broken; 822 Matriculate” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  1287. Lupinski, John, 8607 Houston Ave., “Steelworker Commits Suicide” – 1939-12-29 p1
  1288. Lustig, John, vice-president of Lodge 1029, SWOC of the Valley Iron and Mould Corp., “SWOS Lodge 1209 Installs Thursday” – 1939-7-12 p1
  1289. Machalski, Joseph, 29 years old, 2323 W. Madison Ave., “Continue Case of Bogus Check Passer” – 1939-8-9 p1
  1290. Machalski, Joseph, 29 years old, 2323 W. Madison Ave., “Judge Orders Capias For Check Passer” – 1939-8-15 p1
  1291. Machilaski, Joseph, 29 years old, 2323 W. Madison Ave., “Bogus Check Passer Caught” – 1939-8-7 p1
  1292. Machura, Tony, 27 years old, 8236 Mackinaw Ave., brother Martin Machura, “Injuries Result from Fist Fights” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1293. Maciejewski, Raymond, 3058 East 87th, “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1294. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th, “3 Questioned in South Chicago Burglary” – 1939-7-18 p1
  1295. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th, “2 Arrested on Liquor Charges” – 1939-7-20 p1
  1296. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th, “Two Arraigned on Robbery Charges” – 1939-7-21 p1
  1297. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th St., “Three Freed On Burglary Charges” – 1939-7-29 p1
  1298. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th, “Woman Who Sold Liquor Given Fine of $50” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1299. Maciejewski, Walter, 23 years old, 3058 East 87th St., “Two Fined on Disorderly Counts” – 1939-11-1 p2
  1300. Mackowiak, Ignatius, 14101 Mackinaw Ave., Burnham, Illinios, “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  1301. Macudzinski, Virginia, 18 years old, 9009 Commercial Ave., “Chest Wounded in Attempted Suicide” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1302. Macudzinski, Virgina, 18 years old, 9009 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-12 p1
  1303. Madacjewski, Fred, 15 years old, 13339 Ave. M, “Boy Shot in Shoulder Hunting” – 1939-9-30 p1
  1304. Madaj, Elizabeth, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1305. Maday, Arthur, 2809 East 83rd, “South Chicago Newsboy Drowns in Lake” – 1939-7-3 p1
  1306. Madura’s Danceland, Sheffield Ave. & Indianapolis Ave., “Burke-O’Malley Will Observe Armistice Day” – 1939-11-7 p1
  1307. Madura’s Danceland, Sheffield Ave. & Indianapolis Ave., “Holy Hour to Invoke Peace at SS. Peter-Paul” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  1308. Majcherski, Louis, wife, daughter Emily, 8006 Coles Ave., “Leave For Twin Cities” – 1939-8-11 p2
  1309. Majda, Rudolph G., “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1310. Majewski, Eddie “Bubbles”, birthday on Oct. 22, “”Bubbles” Celebrating” – 1939-10-21 p1
  1311. Majewski, Eddie, “Sends Greetings” – 1939-12-20 p1
  1312. Majka, Frank, 37 years old, 13437 Ave. O, “Finds Revolver and Puts Three Under Arrest” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1313. Majka, Frank, 37 years old, 13437 Ave. O, “Jailed for Carrying Weapons” – 1939-12-28 p1
  1314. Majolonski, Helen, 47 years old, “Three Women Hurt in Auto Accident” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1315. Majorczyk, Mrs. Laura, 8315 Colfax Ave., “Vacationing” – 1939-9-26 p1
  1316. Malak, Carl, police officer, “Two Moucners Arrested; One Fined” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1317. Malecki, Helen, 2809 East 93rd, “Vacationing” – 1939-8-10 p1
  1318. Malecki, Helen, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1319. Malenki, Stanley, 24 years old, 13506 Ave. N, “Finds Revolver and Puts Three Under Arrest” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1320. Malenski, Stanley, 24 years old, 13506 Ave. N, “Jailed for Carrying Weapons” – 1939-12-28 p1
  1321. Malewski, Roy, 8723 Manistee Ave., “Large Crowd Attends GOP Picnic” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1322. Maliga, Henry, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  1323. Maliszewski, Jean, 14 years old, 13335 Buffalo Ave., “Ribs of One Person Broken” – 1939-9-28 p1
  1324. Maloblocki, Mr. & Mrs., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  1325. Maloblocki, Benny, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1326. Maloblocki, Ben, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1327. Maloblocki, Bernard, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1328. Maloblocki, Bernard, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1329. Maloblocki, Emily, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1330. Maloblocki, Walter, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1331. Maloblocki, Walter, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1332. Maminski, Mrs. Stella & Clarence, 50 years old, 2941 East 96th, “Seven Hurt in Head-On Collision” – 1939-8-28 p1-2
  1333. Maniszewski, Edward, “Building, Loan Men Huddle to Mark Progress” – 1939-7-21 p1
  1334. Mankowski, W., 8816 Marquette Ave., “Three Report Their Cars Missing” – 1939-11-30 p1
  1335. Marcelak, Stanley, aka Buck, wife, Buck Jr., son born Aug. 29, 1938, 10808 Bensley Ave., “9 Babies Born to Happy Parents” – 1938-8-29 p1
  1336. Marcelak, Stanley, wife, son born Oct. 30, 1939, 10630 Bensley Ave., “Son for Marcelaks” – 1939-10-31 p2
  1337. Marcelak, Stanley, wife – “Teddy”, newborn son Theodore, sons Stanley Jr., 8 years old & James 18 months, 10630 Bensley Ave., “Third Child Born to Stanley Marcelaks” – 1939-11-8 p1
  1338. Marciniak, Dr. J. B., “5-Year-Old Boy Knocked Down By Bicycle” – 1939-8-9 p1
  1339. Marciniak, Dr. Jerome B., “Child Falls to Cement Floor; Goes to Bed; Found Dead” – 1939-8-26 p1
  1340. Marciniak, Dr. Jerome B., “Foot Caught in Track; Heel Deeply Cut” – 1939-9-21 p1
  1341. Marciniak, Dr. Jerome B., “Foot Caught in Spokes; Heel Cut” – 1939-10-2 p1
  1342. Marciniak, Dr. Jerome B., 8800 Commercial Ave., “Leg Burned; Sparks Ignite Alcohol” – 1939-10-30 p1
  1343. Marciniak, Dr. Jerome B., “Nurse Sustains Bruises on Body in Auto Mishap” – 1939-11-30 p1
  1344. Marciniak, Lorraine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1345. Marciniak, Robert, 2 & ½ years old, 8550 Saginaw Ave., “Child Knocked Down By Car; Runs into Street” – 1939-9-26 p1
  1346. Marczak, Adam, 32 years old, 8554 Escanaba Ave., “Man Crossing Street Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-9-11 p1
  1347. Marczewski, Miss Alice, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1348. Marczewski, Isabel, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1349. Marek, Shirley, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1350. Marinek, Michael, 11701 Burley Ave., “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  1351. Markowski, Henry, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  1352. Marnocha, Peter, “2 Polish Vets Enter Hospital at Hines” – 1939-7-20 p1
  1353. Marnocha, Peter, sister Mrs. W. Fanning & her daughter Marie, 8713 Buffalo Ave., “Receives Transfer” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1354. Marski, Miss A., 8711 Manistee Ave., “Sees Chicago” – 1939-8-8 p1-2
  1355. Marski, Miss Lucille, reprint from Aug. 29, 1913, “Twenty-Five Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1938-8-29 p4
  1356. Matayko, Theresa, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1357. Matela, John, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1358. Matela, John, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1359. Materialski, Miss Emily, “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  1360. Matejko, Theresa, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1361. Mateyko, Josephine, 17 years old, 8109 South Shore Drive, “Hallowe’en Pranks Keep Police on the Move” – 1939-11-1 p1-2
  1362. Matlowski, Walter, “To Give Medals” – 1939-12-18 p1-2
  1363. Matushek, John & Paul, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  1364. Matushek, Mrs. Paul, 7822 Burnham Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-11-3 p2
  1365. Matushek, Miss Margaret, 7718 Burnham Ave., aunt & uncle Mr. & Mrs. L. Ruck of Wilmette, Illinois, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-8 p2
  1366. Matushek, Paul Jr. & John Frederick Matushek, 7822 Burnham Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-27 p2
  1367. Matushek, Paul and John, sister Mrs. Van Wycislo, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-8-14 p2
  1368. Matushek, Paul, wife, sons Paul Jr., Jack, 7822 Burnham Ave., “Week End Trip” – 1939-8-15 p2
  1369. Matushek, Paul Jr., 7822 Burnham Ave., “Kollege Kwips” – 1939-9-23 p5
  1370. Matushek, Paul, owns hardware store at 7917 Exchange Ave., “Homes, Store and Garage Broken Into” – 1939-11-6 p1
  1371. Matushek, Paul, owns hardware store at 7917 Exchange Ave., “Capt. Brady to Speak at Switch Dedication” – 1939-11-21 p1
  1372. Matushek, Paul, wife, 7818 Burnham Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-11-28 p2
  1373. Maurawski, Alex, “Twenty-Five Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1938-8-26 p4
  1374. Mauski, Beatrice, 2941 East 96th, “Large Crowd Attends GOP Picnic” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1375. Mayday, Rudolph, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-21 p2
  1376. Mayszak, Anton, 8621 Phillips Ave., “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1377. Mazgay, Peter, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1378. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-1 p6
  1379. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-3 p5
  1380. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-5 p6
  1381. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-6 p6
  1382. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-7 p6
  1383. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-8 p6
  1384. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-10 p6
  1385. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-11 p6
  1386. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-12 p6
  1387. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-13 p6
  1388. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-14 p6
  1389. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-15 p6
  1390. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-17 p6
  1391. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-18 p6
  1392. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-19 p6
  1393. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-20 p6
  1394. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-21 p6
  1395. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-22 p6
  1396. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-24 p6
  1397. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-25 p6
  1398. Mazur, advertisement of Volk, Newberg & Mazur public accountants, 9152 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-26 p6
  1399. Mazur, of Volk, Newberg & Mazur, “37 Groups to Participate in South Chicago Hallowe’en Party” – 1939-10-28 p1-2
  1400. Mazurek, Clara, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1401. Mazurek, Steve, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1402. Mazurkiewicz, Eugene, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1403. Mazurkiewicz, William J., 27 years old, 8827 Exchange Ave., “Girls on Bike, One Atop Handle Bars Floored” – 1939-10-9 p1
  1404. Mazurowski, Alexandra, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1405. Melcarek, Joseph, “Notices” – 1939-8-4 p6
  1406. Menclewicz, L., “James A. Hyland to Be Honored Guest Tonight at Farewell Banquet” – 1939-12-11 p1-2
  1407. Menclewicz, L., “Heap Praise on J. Hyland for Service” – 1939-12-12 p1-2
  1408. Merkiewicz, Xavier, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1409. Mezydlo, Catherine, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1410. Mezydlo, Elmer, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1411. Mezydlo Mrs. Frances, 8550 Manistee Ave., “Improving” – 1939-9-1 p2
  1412. Mezydlo, Norman, 8357 Buffalo Ave., “Second Year” – 1939-9-12 p1
  1413. Mezydlo, S. L., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1414. Mezydlo, Steve, “Employes Assn. to Install Officers” – 1939-9-26 p1
  1415. Michalak, Frank W., attorney, picture, “Vice-Chairman” – 1939-8-9 p2
  1416. Michalak, Frank W., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  1417. Michalak, Frank, attorney, “Carlstrom Speaks Before 10th Ward Republican Meet” – 1939-11-24 p2
  1418. Michalak, Frank, “Life for GOP Begins in ’40, Timm Declares” – 1939-12-7 p1-2
  1419. Michalak, Frank, treasurer of South Chicago Bar Association, “Heads Bar Again” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  1420. Michalak, Ron, “Co-Ed Group Holds Annual Christmas Party Tonight” – 1939-12-19 p1
  1421. Michalik, Tom, wife, 2 sons, from Detroit, Michigan, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-29 p2
  1422. Michalowski, Stefan, picture, “Calls Meeting” – 1939-8-24 p1
  1423. Michalowski, Stephen, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  1424. Michalski, Christine, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1425. Michalski, Frank, 37 years old, 9219 Brandon Ave., “Puts Hand Through Window; Fined By Judge Weiss” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1426. Michalski, Miss Jane, 21 years old, & William Michalski, 8446 Saginaw Ave., “Five Persons Injured in 2 Accidents” – 1939-11-18 p1
  1427. Michna, Andrew M., 13519 Burley Ave., “Schweitzer Officers to be Installed” – 1939-8-9 p1
  1428. Michniewicz, Joseph, 54 years old, 8352 Buffalo Ave., “Spine Fractured When Man Falls” – 1939-8-10 p2
  1429. Michowicz, Jos., legal announcement – 1939-11-10 p7
  1430. Michowicz, Jos., legal announcement – 1939-11-11 p7
  1431. Mielerowski, Mrs. Pearl, 24 years old, 8607 Muskegon Ave., daughter Elaine, “Woman Falls Two Stories When Bannister Breaks” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1432. Mikolajczak, Elizabeth, 8154 Burnham Ave., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  1433. Mikolajczak, Elizabeth, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1434. Mikolajczak, Mrs. Martha, 64 years old, 8838 Exchange Ave., “Six Persons Become Ill Eating Ham” – 1939-8-31 p1
  1435. Mikolajczak, Mrs. Victor, 8253 Escanaba Ave., “Hold Events All Day At Golf Club” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  1436. Mikolejczyk, Joseph, 21 years old, 8306 Mackinaw Ave., “Woman Killed, 3 Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1437. Mikulski, Helen, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1438. Mikulski, Miss Helen, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1439. Mikulski, Helen, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1440. Milcarek, Clem, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1441. Minsky, Helen, 1950 East 71st, “10 Bandits Invade Southeastern Chicago” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1442. Mintek, Rosalie, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1443. Mintek, S. J., South Chicago YMCA camp physician, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  1444. Mintek, Dr. S. J., “Chairmanship at Y Given to J. Ahlberg” – 1939-9-29 p1
  1445. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-29 p2
  1446. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., “Two Injured in Automobile Mishaps” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1447. Mintek, Dr. Stanley, “Cheltenham Boy Knows Horse Age Still With Us” – 1939-8-28 p1
  1448. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., “Six Persons Become Ill Eating Ham” – 1939-8-31 p1
  1449. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., “Man Found Slumped in Hallway” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1450. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., “Father Shot While Playing With Son” – 1939-10-16 p1
  1451. Mintek, Dr. Stanley J., 8715 Commercial Ave., 2748 East 84th St., “Thrown Against Windshield; Nose Cut” – 1939-10-23 p1
  1452. Mintek, Dr. Stanley, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  1453. Mioducki, Chester, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1454. Mioduski, Dr. A. S., “Dr. Mioduski and Lawyer Meet Today to Determine Next Move” – 1938-8-26 p1
  1455. Mioduski, Dr. A. S., “No Demo. Representation in Fall-Silbert” – 1938-8-29 p1
  1456. Mioduski, A. S., state senator, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  1457. Mioduski, A. S., “State Solons to be Present at Bus Opening” – 1939-9-16 p1
  1458. Mioduski, A. S., state representative, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  1459. Mioduski, A. S., “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  1460. Mioduski, A. S., state legislator, “Civic Units Take Action; Back Healy” – 1939-11-3 p1-2
  1461. Mioduski, A. S., “Reception” – 1939-12-8 p 1-2
  1462. Mioduski, Dr. Adam, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1463. Mioduski, Adam S., “Building, Loan Men Huddle to Mark Progress” – 1939-7-21 p1
  1464. Mioduski, Adam, S., state representative, “A. S. Mioduski’s Name Inadvertently Left Out” – 1939-8-30 p1
  1465. Mioduski, Adam S., state representative, picture, “Guest At Picnic” – 1939-8-31 p1-2
  1466. Mioduski, Adam S., state representative, “State Solons Invited to Assn. Meet” & “Sexton and Hodes to be Present” – 1939-9-15 p1
  1467. Mioduski, Adam S., state representative, “Chamber to Hold New Switch Ceremony Next Friday” – 1939-11-18 p1-2
  1468. Mioduski, Adam S., state representative, “Crowd of 250 Witnesses Switch Ceremonies” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1469. Mioduski, Adam S., state representative, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1470. Mioduski, Chester, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1471. Mioduski, Chester, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1472. Mioduski, Chester, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1473. Misch Bros., 102 155th Place, Calumet City, Illinois, advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  1474. Missal, Theresa, 8811 Commercial Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  1475. Miszewski, J., (picture), “Sons of the American Legion Blaze Busy Trail – 1939-7-13 p1
  1476. Miszewski, Joseph, “South Chicago Squadron Will Induct Sunday” – 1939-10-14 p1
  1477. Miszewski, Joseoph, “South Chicago Squadron Inducts” – 1939-10-23 p2
  1478. Mizia, John, 8221 Escanaba Ave., “Trio Spending Their Vacations in Mich.” – 1939-8-11 p1
  1479. Moldrowski, Felix, 12 years old, 9287 Anthony Ave., “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Nov. 25, 1896 – 1939-11-25 p2
  1480. Moleski, Stephen, “Masonic Ring, Apron, Jewel Presented to W. MacBain at Triluminar Ceremonies” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1481. Molezki, Dolores, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1482. Molkowski, Walter, 32 years old, 8154 Escanaba Ave., “East Side Girl Docks Safely in Hoboken” – 1939-9-8 p1
  1483. Monlichinski, Mrs., 2 children, 3 years old and 1 year old, 8719 Houston Ave., “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-25, reprinted in 1939-8-19 p3
  1484. Morolewski, Bruno, born Oct. 14, 1903, 8323 South Shore Drive, father Joseph fought for the Polish Army in the war of 1904 and is retired from Carnegie Steel, mother deceased, “Said To Be First In City” – 1939-9-1 p1-2
  1485. Morolewski, Bruno, 8323 South Shore Drive, “Ready for War” & “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  1486. Mosiej, Dorothy A., 9244 Saginaw Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  1487. Motkiewicz, Charles, wife, reside in Washington D. C., grandparents of Charles Podgorney who resides with his mother Mrs. Josephine Podgorney at 13314 Carondolet Ave., “Hegewisch Woman Off for Washington” – 1939-9-29 p1
  1488. Mozak, Jimmy, “Bowen Arrow Show to Be Held Thurs.” – 1939-9-19 p1
  1489. Mozer, Stanley, 8854 Escanaba Ave., “Boy Scouts Begin Another Period in Camps” – 1939-7-17 p1-2
  1490. Mozur, Gertrude, 8261 Burley Ave., “Y College Woman Enrollment Record Broken; 822 Matriculate” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  1491. Mrozinski, Fr. Francis, “Wojtalewicz is Given Praise on Golden Jubilee” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1492. Murawski, Isobel, “Twenty-Five Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1938-8-26 p4
  1493. Musial, Joseph, 27 years old, 11614 Calhoun Ave., “So. Deeringite Escapes Death in Auto Crash” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1494. Musialkiewicz, L., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1495. Myrtko, Dorothy, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1496. Myslewski, Mrs. James J., 8311 Manistee Ave., “Brings Back Imported Bird to Teach Canary Class Art of Song” – 1939-9-28 p1
  1497. Myslewski, James, wife, 8311 Manistee Ave., “Southeastern Chicagoan Wins Everything But Bldg. in Bird, Canary Show” – 1939-11-14 p1
  1498. Myslewski, Mrs. Mary, “Women Miss Neighbor; Find Him Dead in Home and $2, 227.25 Back of Chair” – 1939-11-16 p1
  1499. Mysocki, Alex, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1500. Naglewski, Walter, 45 years old, 1408 West 51st, “Pair Freed on Disorderly Charges” – 1939-12-8 p1
  1501. Nagy, John, 24 years old, wife, Jessie 10643 Bensley Ave., “Crossing Street When Hit By Machine” – 1939-10-12 p1
  1502. Nagy, John, 24 years old, wife, 10643 Bensley Ave., “Driver Freed By Jury in Auto Death” – 1939-10-13 p1
  1503. Nagy, John, 24 years old, 10643 Bensley Ave., “Continue Case of Driver; Leaves Scene of Mishap” – 1939-10-14 p2
  1504. Nagy, Joseph, 24 years old, wife, 10643 Bensley Ave., “Privileges Taken Away for Six Months” – 1939-10-30 p1
  1505. Naminski, Edward, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  1506. Naminski, Edward, “Overflow Crowd Greets H. J. Samuel” – 1939-11-30 p1
  1507. Naminski, Isabelle, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1508. Naperowski, Virginia, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1509. Napieralski, Miss Emily, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  1510. Nasarzewska, Misses Lillian and Elvira, 8419 Escanaba Ave., “Motoring West” – 1939-7-18 p2
  1511. Natywa, M., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1512. Nawrocki, Bernard, 10 years old, 8346 Brandon Ave., “Aged Man, Child Struck By Cars Crossing Street” – 1939-8-28 p1
  1513. Nenza, Martin, fought in WWI, uncle of John Serafin who was born June 24, 1904 and lives at 8322 Baker Ave. whose parents were born in Poland & father John died 17 years ago and was a member of the Polish army, John’s uncles, Andrew & Theodore Serafin each fought in WWI, “Said To Be First In City” – 1939-9-1 p1-2
  1514. Niedzwiecki, Pauline, widow, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-28 p2
  1515. Niedzwiecki, Pauline, widow, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  1516. Niedzwiecki, Pauline, widow, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-4 p6
  1517. Niedzwiecki, Pauline, widow, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-11 p6
  1518. Niedzwiecki, Pauline, widow, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-18 p6
  1519. Nieleubowski, Alex, business representative of the Meat Cutters Union of South Chicago, wife, two daughters, son & relatives in Elizabeth, New Jersey, “Alex Nieleubowski on Vacation” – 1939-7-21 p1
  1520. Nielubowski, Alex, business representative of Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union No. 571, “Meat Shops to Close at 6 P.M.” – 1939-11-17 p1
  1521. Niepokojczyk, Frank, 8622 Muskegon Ave., “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  1522. Nieptupski, Stanley, police officer, “Police Transfer Order Affects District” – 1939-11-1 p1
  1523. Nitzkorski, Evelyn, 8700 Baltimore Ave., “Has Tonsils Removed” – 1939-8-1 p2
  1524. Nitzkorski, Phyllis, 8700 Baltimore Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1525. Nomicki, Fred, 20 years old, 8209 South Shore Drive, “Child Knocked Down While Crossing Street” – 1939-10-7 p1
  1526. Norka, Mrs. J., 8127 Burnham Ave., “Doggie, Quit Your Barking; Persons Need Sleep” – 1939-8-1 p1
  1527. Norka, John, wife, newborn daughter (3rd daughter), 8127 Burnham Ave., “Daughter Born” – 1939-12-2 p2
  1528. Norwick, Mrs. C., “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  1529. Norwick, Mrs. Constance, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1530. Novacky, Ann, “Week’s Vacation” – 1939-8-5 p2
  1531. Novaczyk, Andy, 7947 South Shore Drive, “Fisherman” – 1939-7-14 p2
  1532. Novak, Albert, 6828 South Whipple St., “Fireman Hit By Auto; Proves Fatal” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1533. Novak, Anton, 8318 Houston Ave., “Burglars Break Into Garage; Take Radio” – 1939-11-10 p1
  1534. Novak, Barney, 13521 Ave. O, “Many Persons Hurt in Auto Accidents” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  1535. Novak, Bob, 1855 East 81st, “Hitching While on Way Home” – 1939-11-9 p1
  1536. Novak, Miss Charlotte, 10536 Ave. N, “Christmas Display Shown in E. S. Window” – 1939-12-16 p2
  1537. Novak, Elaine, 9831 Exchange Ave., & cousin Miss Charlotte Novak, 10534 Ave. N, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-7-17 p2
  1538. Novak, Frank, 2 ½ years old, 13438 Mackinaw Ave., “Child Knocked Down by Auto” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1539. Novak, Frank, “State of Illinois, County of Cook – ss.” – 1939-11-24 p7
  1540. Novak, Frank, “State of Illinois, County of Cook – ss.” – 1939-11-25 p7
  1541. Novak, Frank, 21 years old, 8301 Buffalo Ave., “One Injured in Automobile Accident” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1542. Novak, Fred, 20 years old, 8621 Kingston Ave., “Victim Holds So. Chicago Youth” – 1939-12-7 p1-2
  1543. Novak, Fred, 20 years old, 8621 Kingston Ave., “Garage Burglar Has Police Record” – 1939-12-8 p1
  1544. Novak, Fred, 20 years old, 8621 Kingston Ave., “Garage Thief Held in Bonds of $10,000” – 1939-12-14 p1
  1545. Novak, Fred, 20 years old, 8621 Kingston Ave., “Assigns Criminal Cases” – 1939-12-23 p1
  1546. Novak, George, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  1547. Novak, Miss Harriet, “Bowen Group to Present Play “Skidding” – 1939-9-21 p2
  1548. Novak, Harry, 8830 Houston Ave., “Two Injured in Auto Accidents; East Siders Unhurt in Crash” – 1938-8-27 p1
  1549. Novak, Jerry, wife, daughter Louise, 9116 Buffalo Ave., “South Chicagoans Home” – 1939-9-9 p1
  1550. Novak, John, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  1551. Novak, John R., 8451 Manistee Ave., “Automobiles Stolen” – 1939-10-17 p1
  1552. Novak, Joseph, wife, newborn girl, 9950 Ave. M, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-9-15 p2
  1553. Novak, Joseph, 3215 East 91st St., “E. J. & E. RR. Man Nabbed For Shooting” – 1939-10-7 p1
  1554. Novak, Joseph, 56 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “EJ&E Railroad Man Admits Shooting” – 1939-10-9 p1
  1555. Novak, Joseph, 56 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “Shooting Fray Case Continued to October 20” – 1939-10-10 p1
  1556. Novak, Joseph, 56 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “Assault Case Continued to October 31” – 1939-10-23 p1
  1557. Novak, Joseph, 56 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “Fear Suicide By Railroad Employee” – 1939-11-1 p1
  1558. Novak, Joseph, 3215 East 91st St., “Railroad Man Freed on Gun Charge” – 1939-12-5 p1
  1559. Novak, Mrs. Martha, 7938 Brandon Ave., “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-12-5 p2
  1560. Novak, Martin, 8439 Exchange Ave., “Boy Scouts Begin Another Period in Camps” – 1939-7-17 p1-2
  1561. Novak, Otto, 56 years old, 7100 Stony Island Ave., owner of Claremont Inn at that location, “Novak’s Wrist Cut When Knife Slips” – 1939-7-10 p1
  1562. Novak, Otto J., wife, daughter Eda June, “Hanberg’s Sojourn Over” – 1939-9-13 p2
  1563. Novak, Robert, 8011 Marquette Ave., “15-Year Old Son Sought By Father” – 1939-12-11 p1
  1564. Novak, Rudolph, “East Side Grade Schools Display Art Work at Calumet Park” – 1939-11-22 p1
  1565. Novak, Stanislaus, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-24, reprinted in 1939-8-19 p3
  1566. Novak, Stanislaus, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-7-28 (the month of June is a mistake for July), reprinted in 1939-8-29 p8
  1567. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-1 p7
  1568. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-8 p7
  1569. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-12 p7
  1570. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-13 p11
  1571. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-15 p7
  1572. Novak, Stanley J. & wife Laura W., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-12-22 p7
  1573. Novak, Walter J., wife, daughter born Nov. 8, 1939, “Novaks Parents of Girl” – 1939-11-8 p2
  1574. Novak, Miss Wanda, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  1575. Novak, Miss Wanda, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  1576. Nowacki, Eugene, “Greenwold Made Cadet Major of ROTC at Bowen” – 1939-10-5 p1
  1577. Nowacki, Eugene, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  1578. Nowacki, Eugene, ROTC Second Lieutenant, 17 years old, 8550 Saginaw Ave., “4 Bowen Students Injured in Auto Crash” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1579. Nowacki, Eugene, ROTC Second Lieutenant, 17 years old, 8550 Saginaw Ave., “Bowen High Student Fined” – 1939-12-23 p1
  1580. Nowaczyk, Lillian, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1581. Nowak, Adam & John Nowak, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  1582. Nowak, Adam, Chaplain of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  1583. Nowak, Adam, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  1584. Nowak, Adam, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  1585. Nowak, Bartholomae, killed in a fight, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-8-4&5 reprinted – 1939-9-9 p2
  1586. Nowak, Emily, 8219 Escanaba Ave., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  1587. Nowak, Emily, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1588. Nowak, Ernest, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1589. Nowak, John, Historian of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  1590. Nowak, John, “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  1591. Nowak, Richard & wife Josephine, expectant mother, 8355 Buffalo Ave., “Steel-Mill Husband to Tell Story in Court” – 1939-7-27 p1
  1592. Nowak, Richard, wife Josephine, 8355 Buffalo Ave., “Husband, Wife Walk Out of Court Happy” – 1939-8-1 p1
  1593. Nowak, Shirley, 7 months old, 8339 Mackinaw Ave., “Suzanne Judged Prettiest Baby; Carolyn Second” – 1939-8-12 p1
  1594. Nowak, Virginia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1595. Nowak, Miss Virginia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1596. Nowak, Miss Virginia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1597. Nowak, Miss Virginia, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1598. Nowakowski, Natalie, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1599. Nowicki, Mrs. Carrie & family, Dolly, Jean, Fred, Irvin and Bobby, 8209 South Shore Drive, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-13 p2
  1600. Nowicki, Miss Helen, 7931 South Shore Drive, “South Shore Woman Enters Dog in Canine Show to be November 25 and 26” – 1939-11-3 p2
  1601. Nowicki, Miss Helen, 7931 South Shore Drive, “All Districts to be Represented at Dog Show on November 25, 26” – 1939-11-4 p2
  1602. Nowosielska, Geraldine, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1603. Nowowiejski, Edward, 19 years old, 9033 Burley Ave., “Transom Burglar, Pal to Be Arraigned for Burglaries” – 1938-8-27 p1
  1604. Nufpolski, Martin, “Only Yesterday”, reprint of Oct. 31, 1896 – 1939-10-28 p8
  1605. Obajtek, Mrs. Stella, 30 years old, 13439 Ave. L, “Taken to Hospital” – 1939-9-14 p2
  1606. Obarski, Mrs. B. J., 8840 Escanaba Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1607. Obarski, Clement, 8207 Luella Ave., “Driveway Requests Granted” – 1939-12-1 p1
  1608. O’Barski, Leo, “C. of C. Votes Against Rezoning” – 1939-10-4 p1-2
  1609. O’Barski, Leo, “Hallowe’en Party” – 1939-10-5 p1
  1610. O’Barski, Leo, “Co-Chief” – 1939-10-25 p1
  1611. O’Barski, Leo, Salute Herman Zimmerman at East Side Meeting” – 1939-11-8 p1-2
  1612. O’Barski, Leo, “Pay Tribute to Memory of C. Griesel” – 1939-12-6 p2
  1613. Obarski, Miss Victoria, 8207 Luella Ave., “Vacationing” – 1939-8-5 p2
  1614. Obarski, W. W., electrical contractor, 1733 East 87th, advertisement – 1938-8-26 p 7
  1615. Obarski, W. W., electrical contractor, 1733 East 87th, advertisement – 1938-8-27 p 7
  1616. Obarski, W. W., electrical contractor, 1733 East 87th, advertisement – 1938-8-29 p 7
  1617. Obarski, W. W., electrical contractor, “Edison Company to Open New Store Sat.” – 1939-9-7 p1-2
  1618. Ochota, J., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  1619. Ochota, Joe, financial secretary of Lodge 1029, SWOC of the Valley Iron and Mould Corp., “SWOS Lodge 1209 Installs Thursday” – 1939-7-12 p1
  1620. Ochota, Joseph, “South Chicago Y Christmas Program for Two Weeks Begins Tonight” – 1939-12-18 p2
  1621. Ochwat, Walter, 21 years old, 8458 Mackinaw Ave., “Not only Refuses to Pay Fare But Utilizes Two Seats; Fined” – 1939-12-11 p1
  1622. Ogrodowicz, Miss Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  1623. Ogrodowicz, Miss Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1624. Ogrodowicz, Miss Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1625. Ogrodowicz, Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  1626. Ogrodowicz, Miss Marie, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1627. Okonierski, Edw., financial secretary of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1628. Olczyk, Martin, 8140 Muskegon Ave., “Chief Sweeney, Firemen Save Church” – 1939-10-30 p7
  1629. Olejniczak, Miss Benigne, 8233 Commercial Ave., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1630. Olejniczak, Harry, 18 years old, 8505 Brandon Ave., “Two Caught Syhoning Gasoline” – 1939-8-30 p1
  1631. Olejniczak, Harry, 18 years old, 8505 Brandon Ave., “State’s Atty’s Office to Quiz Two Youths” – 1939-8-31 p1
  1632. Olejnik, Cyril, 8614 Marquette Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  1633. Olesek, Andrew, 21 years old, 12942 Carondolet Ave., “This Sailor Should Seek Louis’ Title” – 1939-8-18 p1
  1634. Olinski, Josephine, “High School Art Work Displayed” – 1939-11-29 p1
  1635. Olinski, Josephine, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1636. Olkowski, Miss Mary, 8521 Saginaw Ave., cousin ‘Babe’ Dwyer resides in New York, “Back from N.Y.” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1637. Olowecki, Jack & Ed, co-owners of Wakeford Hardware store, 7419-23 Cottage Grove Ave., “Wakeford Hardware Stresses Efficiency, Beauty” – 1939-7-14 p2
  1638. Olszewski, Phillips, 9332 Colfax Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  1639. Osika, Harriet, “Immaculate is the Site of Wedding” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1640. Osika, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley & daughter Irene, 16 years old, “Police Seek Jitter-Bug Pigeon and Find Mourning Dove” – 1939-7-13 p1
  1641. Osinski, Bernard, 31 years old, wife, 10 year old child, 8537 Buffalo Ave., “Judge Gives Husband Chance” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1642. Oskerko, Rose Mary, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  1643. Oskierko, Evelyn, 8506 Baltimore Ave., “Winners of Contest Announced” – 1939-12-9 p2
  1644. Ospalako, Loretto, 16 years old, 8409 Baker Ave., “Bicycle, Auto Collide; Two Injured” – 1939-8-14 p1
  1645. Opasik, Frank, 3038 East 87th, “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  1646. Ostrokol, Joe, 2800 East 83rd, “Boy Scouts Begin Another Period in Camps” – 1939-7-17 p1
  1647. Ostrokol, Joseph, 2800 East 83rd St., “South Shore Boy Scouts Given Advancement” – 1939-11-7 p1
  1648. Ostrowski, Attorney, “Harriet Skiba Obtains Separate Maintenance” – 1939-73 p2
  1649. Ostrowski, Elizabeth, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1650. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “2 Burned By Firecrackers; Owner Freed” – 1939-7-3 p2
  1651. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “South Chicago Woman Given Divorce” & “Freed On Pigeon Charge” – 1939-7-12 p1
  1652. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, & wife & son Michael Jr., daughter Dolores, Mrs. Mary Templin, mother of Michael Ostrowski, 7250 Oglesby Ave., “Mrs. M. Ostrowski on Vacation” – 1939-7-19 p1
  1653. Ostrowski, Michael V., attorney, “White Feather Shown; Doesn’t Appear” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1654. Ostrowski, Michael V., attorney, 2827 East 88th, “Missing Clothes of Policeman Returned” – 1939-8-5 p2
  1655. Ostrowski, Michael V., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  1656. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “Husband Freed on Spouse’s Charge” – 1939-9-12 p1
  1657. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “Defendant Wins Case on Technicality” – 1939-9-13 p1
  1658. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “Ex-Employee Fined &25 For Assault” – 1939-10-18 p1
  1659. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, 3215 East 91st St., “Fear Suicide By Railroad Employee” – 1939-11-1 p1
  1660. Ostrowski, Michael, attorney, “East Side Woman First to Sit on “Death” Jury” – 1939-11-17 p1
  1661. Ostrowski, Michael V., attorney, “Railroad Man Freed on Gun Charge” – 1939-12-5 p1
  1662. Pachinski, Mrs. Louis, “Plight of Refugees Told” – 1939-10-28 p2
  1663. Pachynski, L. J., “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  1664. Pachynski, L. V., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1665. Pachynski, Louis, “Chamber to Start Off Tomorrow” – 1939-9-20 p1-2
  1666. Pachynski, Louis, “River Men Score at Hearing” – 1939-9-21 p1-2
  1667. Pachynski, Louis, “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  1668. Pachynski, Louis, “Break All Records in Big Plans” – 1939-10-19 p1
  1669. Pachynski, Louis, “200 Prizes to be Given Children” – 1939-10-23 p1
  1670. Pachynski, Louis, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1671. Pachynski, Matthew, manager of Continental Shoe Store, “Dollar Day Goes Over With Bang” – 1939-8-12 p1-2
  1672. Paderewski, Ignace, “Wojtalewicz is Given Praise on Golden Jubilee” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1673. Pagorek, John, 8139 Bennett Ave., “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  1674. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “Mrs. Eva Bell of East Side Victim of Purse Snatcher” – 1938-8-26 p1
  1675. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “Police Find Bicycle; Seek Owner” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1676. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “So. Chicago Man Taken Into Custody” – 1939-9-13 p1
  1677. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “Bogus Check Passer Caught By Police” – 1939-9-18 p1
  1678. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “Sentenced on Con Game Charge” – 1939-9-21 p1
  1679. Pajkowski, Stanley, detective, “Abandon $30,000 Jewelry Robbery Auto Here” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1680. Pakowski, Stanley and Elizabeth, 2821 East 88th, granted divorce, “South Chicago Woman Given Divorce” – 1939-7-12 p1
  1681. Palat, Evelyn, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1682. Palecka, Floyd, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1683. Palicki, Romaine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1684. Palicki, Romaine, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1685. Palka, Frank, 56 years old, 8509 Saginaw Ave., “Ulcers” – 1939-12-2 p1
  1686. Palkowski, Stanley, resides in Hammond, Indiana, “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  1687. Palusiak, Alberta, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1688. Pana, Tom, “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  1689. Pana, Tom, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1690. Panek, Johnny, “Fought By Firemen for 5 Hours” – 1939-10-19 p1-2
  1691. Panfil, Mrs. Mary, 48 years old, 8211 Houston Ave., “Man and Woman Knocked Down By Automobiles” – 1939-10-5 p1
  1692. Paniski, Miss Helen, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1693. Papok, Joseph Jr., “Auto Blaze Brings Out Firemen” – 1939-9-2 p2
  1694. Paprocki, Casimer, wife who operates a grocery store, 8254 Houston Ave., “Wealthiest Prisoner Jailed” – 1939-11-2 p1
  1695. Paruszkiewicz, Ann, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1696. Paruszkiewicz, Walter, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1697. Paruszkiewicz, Walter, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1698. Paschke, Rev. W. J., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1699. Pasternak, Thomas, wife, daughter Ann, “Nurse Returns” – 1939-8-5 p1
  1700. Pasterski, Louis, 11 years old, 8834 Marquette Ave., “Nab Juvenile for Taking Automobile” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1701. Pastorski, Louis, 8834 Marquette Ave., “To File Charges Against Alleged Auto Thief” – 1939-8-9 p2
  1702. Pasymowski, Genevieve, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  1703. Pasymowski, Genevieve, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1704. Pasymowski, Genevieve, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1705. Pasymowski, Miss Genevieve, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1706. Pasymowski, Katherine, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1707. Patajczak, Andrew, 9324 Phillips Ave., “Thieves Enter Home of Patajczak” – 1939-7-24 p1
  1708. Patchen, Dr. P. J., Lulinski, Adam, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1709. Pavlak, August, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1710. Pavloski, Jerry, “Claims Firm Locked Out Employees” – 1939-11-1 p1
  1711. Pawelski, Ted, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1712. Pawelski, Ted, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1713. Pawlak, Frank, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1714. Pawlak, Leo, 40 years old, wife Vernie, 3 children, 8847 Houston Ave., “Father of Three Ordered to Be Examined” – 1939-8-17 p1
  1715. Pawlak, Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  1716. Pawlak, Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “Alluring” – 1939-7-26 p1-2
  1717. Pawlak, Miss Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “Alluring” – 1939-7-29 p1
  1718. Pawlak, Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “Easy On the Eyes” – 1939-8-4 p1-2
  1719. Pawlak, Miss Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “In Finals” – 1939-8-7 p2
  1720. Pawlak, Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “Tonight” – 1939-8-8 p1-2
  1721. Pawlak, Martha, 8351 Burley Ave., “East Side Lass Choice of Three Judges for Beauty Queen Crown” – 1939-8-10 p2
  1722. Pawlicki, Adele C., 2919-21 East 83rd, “Brooks Reports $103,050 Worth of Property Sold” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  1723. Pawlicki, Jacob & Thomas, 84th & Superior Ave., “Only Yesterday”, November 9, 1896, reprinted in 1939-11-6 p2
  1724. Pawlowski, Henry, “Mayor Kelly Proclaims November 12-18th as City Book Week” – 1939-10-31 p1
  1725. Pawlowski, Henry, “Open House Will Mark Library Wk.” – 1939-11-11 p1-2
  1726. Penkala, Marian J., 3021 East 83rd, estranged husband John, “Mrs. M. J. Penkala Doesn’t Know Good Whiskey; Takes Bleaching Fluid” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1727. Pericka, John, 65 years old, 13326 Commercial Ave., “Ankle Broken in Fall on Sidewalk” – 1939-12-29 p1
  1728. Perlinski, Anthony, “Polish Legion Convention to Be August 5” – 1939-8-5 p1
  1729. Perlinski, Anton E., “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1730. Perlinski, Donald, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  1731. Perz, John, wife, son John Jr., 8227 Houston Ave., “Perzes Leave For Kentucky” – 1939-8-25 p1
  1732. Perz, John, “South Chicago Woman Trapped in Poland” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1733. Perz, Miss Margie, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  1734. Petlak, Carl & Edward, 13300 Carondolet Ave., “Schweitzer to Install Officers” – 1939-9-11 p1
  1735. Petrowski, Anton, “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-8 p5
  1736. Phillipowski, Bernard, 8819 Houston Ave., “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  1737. Piasecki, John, 2502 East 93rd, “Hit By Train; Collar Bone Broken” – 1939-8-23 p1
  1738. Piasecki, John, wife, 2502 East 97th, celebrate 20th wedding anniversary, “Piaseckis to be Honored Tonight” – 1939-9-23 p1
  1739. Piasecki, John B., bailiff at South Chicago Court, 43rd birthday on Dec. 12, 1939, “Observe Birthdays” – 1939-12-13 p2
  1740. Piatek, Thomas, wife, 8840 Baker Ave., daughter born Dec. 3, 1939, “It’s a Girl” – 1939-12-4 p1
  1741. Piatkiewicz, Karol, editor of Polish Daily News & Weekly Zgoda, “Editor Sees End of War in 6 Months” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  1742. Piecul, John, 8710 Houston Ave., “Two Injured While Pushing Automobile” – 1939-11-6 p1
  1743. Piecul, Mrs. Mary, son Alex, 10010 Commercial Ave., “Cuts Head in Fall From Bannister” – 1939-7-28 p1
  1744. Piekorski, Walter, 14 years old, 8358 “Buffalo Ave., “Bicyclist Knocked Down By Autoist” – 1939-11-3 p1
  1745. Pienta, Andrew, 8546 Buffalo Ave., “Woman Injured When Cars Collide” – 1939-8-23 p1
  1746. Pierczalski, J. auditor of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  1747. Pieczinski, Edward, 8556 Manistee Ave., “Ill At Home” – 1939-11-9 p1
  1748. Piecznski, Raymond, 8728 Marquette Ave., “At Home” – 1939-9-7 p1
  1749. Pieczur, Anthony, 26 years old, 8818 Escanaba Ave., “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  1750. Pieczynski, John, 8728 Marquette Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-29 p2
  1751. Pieczynski, Mrs. John, 8728 Marquette Ave., son Raymond, 16 years old – 1930-7-1 p1
  1752. Pieczynski, Joseph, 42 years old, wife Lucy, 34 years old, children Richard, 8 years old, Gerald, 5 years old, Thomas, 2 ½ years old, 8838 Exchange Ave., “Six Persons Become Ill Eating Ham” – 1939-8-31 p1
  1753. Pieczynski, William J., “Tonight is the Night for 10th Warders” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  1754. Pienta, Dolores, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1755. Pienta, Martin, wife, 2 children, 8448 Buffalo Ave., “Jailed 45 Days for Non-Support” – 1939-11-18 p1
  1756. Pientka, Eugene, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1757. Pierzynski, Casimer, 37 years old, 8408 Burley Ave., father-in-law John Rydzinski, 8408 Burley Ave., “Struck Over Head With Bat in In-Law Argument” – 1939-10-9 p1
  1758. Pieszczewicz, Casimir, 8706 Commercial Ave., “Firemen Kept Busy But Pyrotechnics No Cause” – 1939-7-5 p1
  1759. Pietka, Adam, 8523 Essex Ave., “Garage on East Side Broken Into” – 1939-11-27 p1
  1760. Pietraszek, Alice, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1761. Pietraszewska, Florence, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1762. Pietraszewski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1763. Pietraszewski, Evelyn, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1764. Pietraszewski, Frank, wife, 8336 Burley Ave., “At Paw Paw” – 1939-8-17 p1
  1765. Pietraszewski, Frank, wife, son Frank Jr. 8336 Burley Ave., “At Champaign” – 1939-9-18 p1
  1766. Pietrusinski Drugstore located at 8714 Commercial Ave. advertisement – 1939-9-30 p2
  1767. Pietrusinski Drugstore located at 8714 Commercial Ave. advertisement – 1939-10-2 p2
  1768. Pietrusyka, Stanley, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1769. Pietrzak, Edward, 8548 Exchange Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1770. Pikul, Steffanie, 13 years old, 13230 Commercial Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-8 p2
  1771. Pilarczyk, Irving, 14 years old, 8231 Crandon Ave., “Car Hitchers Injured When Screen Loosens” – 1939-10-26 p1
  1772. Pilarski, Veronica, 9248 Anthony Ave., “Recovering” – 1939-7-6 p1
  1773. Pinkaczi, Steve, 16 years old, 8809 Buffalo Ave., “Missing From Home” – 1939-9-13 p1
  1774. Pinske, Stanley M., “Chairman” – 1939-8-22 p1-2
  1775. Pinski, Sabina, 8306 Buffalo Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1776. Pinski, Sabina Pabina, 8308 Buffalo Ave., “Bowen Freshmen Girls to Be Welcomed at Party on Wednesday, Oct. 25” – 1939-10-17 p1
  1777. Pinski, Stanley M., “Arrangements Made to Accommodate 10,000 at Festival” – 1939-8-23 p1-2
  1778. Pinski, Stanley M., picture, “Director” – 1939-8-24 p2
  1779. Pinski, Stanley M., “Parade to Open So. Chicago Music Festival” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  1780. Pinski, Stanley M., “Thousands Thrill At Festival” – 1939-8-28 p1-2
  1781. Pinski, Stanley M., “Cadet Drum & Bugle Corps to Celebrate Anniversary Saturday Night” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1782. Pinski, Stanley M., “South Chicago to be Represented at Veteran Parade” – 1939-9-23 p1
  1783. Pinski, Stanley, “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  1784. Pinski, Stanley M., “Bands to Take Part in Hallowe’en Parade” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1785. Pinski, Stanley M., “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1786. Pinta, Lucy, 9001 Brandon Ave., “Window Broken” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1787. Piontkiewicz, Joe, “Bowen Arrow Editorial, Business Staffs Announced” – 1939-9-12 p1
  1788. Piontkiewicz, Joe, “Announce Committees For Bowen Graduating Class of February, 1940” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1789. Piontkiewicz, Joe, “Bowen Group to Present Play “Skidding” – 1939-9-21 p2
  1790. Piontkiewicz, Joe, “Southeastern Chicago Chairmen Chosen For Press Assn. Meet” – 1939-11-2 p1-2
  1791. Piorek, Mrs. Anton, resides in Poznan, Poland, sister of Mrs. Frank Sokolowski, who resides at 8550 Houston Ave., “Registered Letter Lands in Poland” – 1939-12-1 p1
  1792. Piorek, Wozefa, who lives in Chelmno, Pomorze, Poland, address – 8 Kakowa, sister of Mrs. Constance Sakolowski (husband Joseph), naturalized American citizen, 8550 Houston Ave., three children – “South Chicago Woman Trapped in Poland” – 1939-9-14 p1
  1793. Piotrowski, A., (picture), “South Works Piles Up Millions Hours in Safety” – 1939-7-6 p1
  1794. Piotrowski, Miss Evelyn, “At Paw Paw Lake” – 1939-8-10 p2
  1795. Piotrowski, Miss Evelyn P., 8432 Baltimore Ave., “Hold Events All Day At Golf Club” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  1796. Piotrowski, Helen, 2427 East 87th, “Dog Bites Begin to Amount Again” – 1938-8-27 p1
  1797. Pisarski, Frank, 8354 Muskegon Ave., “Announce June Advancements of South Shore Boy Scouts” – 1939-7-24 p1
  1798. Pisarski, Frank, “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  1799. Pisinski, John, sergeant at arms of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1800. Plaski, Annette, 10 years old, 8453 Manistee Ave., “Elbow Fractured When Girl Falls” – 1939-10-30 p1
  1801. Plaszaj, Stanley, wife, newborn son, 8240 Exchange Ave., “Boy for Platszajs” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1802. Plaszynski, Albert, 77 years old, 1526 East 72nd Place, “Aged Man, Child Struck By Cars Crossing Street” – 1939-8-28 p1
  1803. Pleska, Mary, 9100 Geenbay Ave., owner of Ann’s Tavern at that location, “Throws Chair At Fleeing Burglars” – 1939-9-19 p1
  1804. Plewa, Carl, “Calumet Singing Society in Concert Sunday Looks Back to Growing Up Here S. C.” – 1939-11-13 p1&7
  1805. Ploczay, Mr. & Mrs. V. J., 10414 Ave. F., “In Wisconsin” – 1939-7-24 p1
  1806. Plucinski, Edward, 8846 Escanaba Ave., “Two Injured in Auto Accidents; East Siders Unhurt in Crash” – 1938-8-27 p1
  1807. Plucinski, Stanley, officer, “Gun Battle Follows Robbery” – 1939-9-25 p1
  1808. Pocernek, Matthew, fireman, “Fire Attacks East Side Bakery” – 1939-8-10 p1
  1809. Podbielska, Miss Agnes, “Visit Zacharias Summer Home” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1810. Podbielski, Agnes, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1811. Podbielski, Ben, wife, newborn son, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-27 p7
  1812. Podgorney, Mrs. Josephine, son Charles, 13314 Carondolet Ave., grandparents of Charles – Mr. & Mrs. Charles Motkiewicz who live in Washington D. C., “Hegewisch Woman Off for Washington” – 1939-9-29 p1
  1813. Podlasinski, Joanna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  1814. Podlasinski, Joanna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-8 p6
  1815. Podlasinski, Joanna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  1816. Podlecki, William, 24 years old, 545 East 89th, “Head Cut After Automobile Hits Cement Post” – 1939-9-26 p1
  1817. Pokropinski, Leo, 8 years old, 8426 Baltimore Ave., “Child Struck By Auto Crossing Street” – 1939-12-18 p1
  1818. Pokropinski, Thos., 8606 Baltimore Ave., “Brooks Reports $103,050 Worth of Property Sold” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  1819. Polarek, Richard, “Boy Scout Troop to be Given U.S. Flag” – 1939-7-27 p1
  1820. Polecki, Robert, 3022 East 79th Place, “Second Child Victimized By Con Man” – 1939-12-11 p1
  1821. Polichnowski, Ted, 24 years old, “Stuck By Auto on Highway” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1822. Polichnowski (misspelled as Plichnowski), Ted, 24 years old, “Continue Inquest of Hegewischite” – 1939-11-15 p1
  1823. Polichnoyski, Ted, 24 years old, “Becomes 33rd Victim in District” – 1939-11-14 p1
  1824. Polichnoyski, Ted, 24 years old, “Continue Inquest, Verdict Given in Another” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1825. Polinski, John, 9160 Harbor Ave., “Report Made on Stone Quarry” – 1939-7-6 p1-2
  1826. Polinski, John, “Association Still Irked Over Quarry” – 1939-8-2 p2
  1827. Polinski, John, 9162 Harbor Ave., “To Sound Quarry to Determine Whether Abyss” – 1939-8-3 p1
  1828. Polinski, John, 9162 Harbor Ave., “Large Crowd Expected at Stone Quarry” – 1939-8-4 p4
  1829. Polinski, John, manager of South Chicago Boat and Bait Line” – 1939-8-7 p1-2
  1830. Polinski, John, 9162 Harbor Ave., picture, “Sounding Stone Quarry” – 1939-8-9 p1
  1831. Polinski, John, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  1832. Polinski, John, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  1833. Poniatowski, Leonard Joseph, newly baptized infant, “Babies Baptized at SS. Peter-Paul Church” – 1939-10-9 p1
  1834. Poninski, Chester R., “Notices” – 1938-8-26 p7
  1835. Poninski, Chester R., “Notices” – 1938-8-26 p7
  1836. Pons, Lily, & husband Andre Kostelanetz, “Women’s Band to Entertain Southeasterners Sunday” – 1939-7-18-p1
  1837. Pons, Lily, & husband Andre Kostelanetz, “To Appear Here” – 1939-7-19 p1
  1838. Posinski, Bernard, 5634 Ada St., “Shaken Up in Auto Accident” – 1939-11-27 p1
  1839. Postelanczyk, M., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1840. Potasnik, Mary, 8558 Mackinaw Ave., “Here’s One Way Girl’s Allowance Money Goes” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1841. Potocki, Count George, Polish ambassador to Washington, “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1-7
  1842. Potulney, Mary, saloon keeper, originally printed Oct. 3, 1896, reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-10-8 p8
  1843. Potulny, Joseph, 36 years old, 8700 Manistee Ave., “Adult, Three Children Hit By Machines” – 1939-8-21 p1
  1844. Poturalski, Stanley, 8418 Brandon Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-6 p7
  1845. Poturalski, Stanley, 8418 Brandon Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-7 p7
  1846. Poturalski, Stanley, 8418 Brandon Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-9 p7
  1847. Powalski, Anton, wife, daughter Antoinette, 5 years old, 8301 Brandon Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  1848. Powalski, Anton, daughter Carolyn Lulinski who lives at 8301 Brandon Ave., “Undergoes Surgery” – 1939-9-6 p1
  1849. Powalski, Anton, wife, daughter Carolyn Lulinski, 8301 Burley Ave., “Major Surgery” – 1939-9-9 p1
  1850. Powalski, Auton, owns tavern at 8301 Burley Ave., “Bits of News” – 1938-8-26 p2
  1851. Powalski, Betty, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1852. Poznanin, Frank, wife, newborn girl, 11715 Burley Ave., “Two Girls Born at So. Chicago Hospital” – 1939-9-28 p1
  1853. Predenkiewicz, Clarice, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1854. Prekwas, Frank Jr. 8 years old, 9134 Saginaw Ave., Aunt Mrs. J. J. Lynch of Lake Geneva, father police Sgt. Frank Prekwas, “Bits of News” – 1938-8-27 p2
  1855. Presko, Mrs. Jadwiga, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  1856. Preyss, Miss Adeline, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1857. Primozik, Rudolph, wife, son born Aug. 25, 1938, 8711 Manistee Ave., “Two Boys, One Girl for Primoziks, Palkos and Mustards” – 1938-8-26 p2
  1858. Prindras, Frank, 32 years old, 8357 Baltimore Ave., “Police Track Down Steel Employee As Burglar” – 1939-8-26 p1
  1859. Prindras, Frank, 32 years old, 8357 Baltimore Ave., mother & family, “Freed on Charge of Stealing Articles” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1860. Prominski, Mrs. G. M., 1001 West 32nd, “Festival of Music Held Tonight” – 1939-8-12 p1-2
  1861. Propopy, Oscar, 29 years old, 8941 Brandon Ave., “Two Moucners Arrested; One Fined” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1862. Prozakorat, George, “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-8 p5
  1863. Prystalski, John, judge, “So. Chicago Woman Enjoys Experience on Jury” – 1939-9-20 p1
  1864. Prystalski, John, chief justice of criminal court, “Bandit Enters “Not Guilty” Plea for Murders” – 1939-10-2 p1
  1865. Prystalski, John, chief justice of criminal court, “Steel Supt. Enters Plea of Not Guilty” – 1939-10-24 p1
  1866. Prystalski, John, chief justice, “Assaulter Enters Plea” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1867. Prystalski, John, chief justice, “Assigns Criminal Cases” – 1939-12-23 p1
  1868. Prystalski, John, chief justice, “Must Serve 1-20 Years in Jail” & “Judge Weiss Asks Report to Be Expunged” – 1939-12-29 p1
  1869. Prystalski, John, chief justice, “2 Arraigned on Robbery Charges” – 1939-12-30 p 2
  1870. Przekora, George, “Only Yesterday”, November 9, 1896, reprinted in 1939-11-6 p2
  1871. Przeracki, Mrs. P., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  1872. Przybla, Geraldine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1873. Przybla, Norman, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1874. Przybyla, Edward J., 8752 Escanaba Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-19 p7
  1875. Przybyla, Edward J., 8752 Escanaba Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-20 p7
  1876. Przybyla, Edward J., 8752 Escanaba Ave., “Notices” – 1939-10-21 p7
  1877. Przybyla, Martin, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1878. Przybylinski, Jack, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  1879. Przybylinski, Jack, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1880. Przybylinski, Jack, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  1881. Przybylinski, Sylvia, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1882. Przybysz, Harry, 8715 Saginaw Ave., “Notices” – 1939-8-26 p7
  1883. Przybysz, Harry, 8715 Saginaw Ave., “Notices” – 1939-8-28 p7
  1884. Przybysz, Harry, 8715 Saginaw Ave., “Notices” – 1939-8-29 p7
  1885. Przyszny, Rev. Father Aloysius, “Catholic Churches Affected By Priest Changes” – 1939-7-8 p1
  1886. Ptacek, Edward & wife, 2823 East 95th, “At Lake Geneva, Ill. – 1939-9-1 p1
  1887. Ptacek, Margaret, 2915 East 91st, uncle Francis Cassidy, “Ten Years Ago” – 1938-8-27 p4
  1888. Pukowski, Zachari, from Gary, Indiana, “Indiana Driver Learns Lesson Cheaply” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1889. Puszcewicz, Gaspar, 52 years old, 8708 Houston Ave., “Cancer Victim” – 1939-7-20 p1
  1890. Pyrka, Miss Helen, 13356 Brandon Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-8 p2
  1891. Pyrka, Miss Helen, 13346 Brandon Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-21 p2
  1892. Pyrka, Helen, “Every Vote Needed to Win $1000 or $500” – 1939-7-25 p1
  1893. Pyrka, Miss Helen, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-29 p2
  1894. Pyrka, Miss Helen, 13356 Brandon Ave., “Thanks” & “Women Best Men in Big ‘Sub’ Race” – 1939-8-7 p1-2
  1895. Pyrka, John & wife, 13356 Brandon Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-7-29 p2
  1896. Pyrka, John & wife, 13356 Brandon Ave., “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-9-6 p2
  1897. Pyrka, John & wife, 13356 Brandon Ave., 25th anniversary  on Oct. 7, 1939, Miss Helen Pyrka, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  1898. Pyrkowski, Eugene, 12 years old, 8338 Mackinaw Ave., “Motor Bus Wheel Fractures Foot” – 1939-10-4 p1
  1899. Raclaw, Stan, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1900. Raczkowicz, Dr., president of Poland, “Gawronski to be Replaced in Office” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1901. Raczkowski, Miss Sylvia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1902. Raczkowski, Miss Sylvia, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  1903. Radyniak, Henry, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1904. Rajkiewicz, Stanley, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  1905. Rak, Michael, “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  1906. Rak, Michael, “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  1907. Rak, Michael, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1908. Rak, Mike, 13437 Brandon Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  1909. Rakowski, Miss Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  1910. Rakowski, Miss Marie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  1911. Rakowski, Marie, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1912. Rakowski, Peter, 8420 Burnham Ave., “Thief Robs Auto, Runs Into Pole, Abandons It” – 1939-10-30 p1
  1913. Rapacki, Theodore, wife, son born Dec. 29, 1939, 8355 Baltimore Ave., “Girl, Two Boys Born at So. Shore Hospital” – 1939-12-30 p1
  1914. Raskowski, Conrad, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  1915. Ratajzak, Rosemary Appolonia, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  1916. Ratke, Miss Frances, picture, “To Stage Rally” – 1939-11-13 p1
  1917. Relinski, Robert, wife, infant daughter born Aug. 8, 1939, “Daughter Born” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1918. Renko, Jeanette, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1919. Renkowiecki, Frank, 58 years old, 8133 Escanaba Ave., “Struck By Auto But Tells Driver to Drive On” – 1939-8-31 p2
  1920. Repinski, Miss Rae, & Mr. & Mrs. Alex Repinski & daughter Vicki, 8053 South Shore Drive, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-15 p2
  1921. Repke, Mrs. Millie, 1952 East 72nd, “Purses Taken From Three Women” – 1939-12-4 p1
  1922. Retys, Charles, 8749 Saginaw Ave., “Veterans of S. Chgo. Enter Institutions” – 1939-8-8 p1
  1923. Rewers, John J., wife, daughter born Nov. 19, 1939, “Girl for Rewers” – 1939-11-21 p1
  1924. Rewers, Mrs. Marie, “Visit Zacharias Summer Home” – 1939-7-26 p1
  1925. Rhode, Bishop Paul, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  1926. Ripa, Dr. Karol, Polish consul, “Gawronski to be Replaced in Office” – 1939-11-14 p2
  1927. Ripa, Karol, Polish consul, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  1928. Rochminski, Theodore, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  1929. Rolewicz, Anthony, 52 years old, wife, 2844 East 89th, “Wife Claims Her Man is Champion of All Drinkers” – 1939-8-4 p2
  1930. Rolewicz, Harry J. real estate operator located at 2855 East 82nd, “3 Pieces of Real Estate Sold Here” – 1939-11-2 p1
  1931. Romaszkiewicz, J., president of Polish National Alliance, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  1932. Ronkowski, Barney, advertisement for Barney’s Tavern, 8316 Muskegon Ave. – 1938-8-26 p2
  1933. Ronkowski, Barney, advertisement for Barney’s Tavern, 8316 Muskegon Ave. – 1938-8-27 p2
  1934. Ronkowski, Sophie, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  1935. Ronkowski, Sophie, 3001 East 83rd, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  1936. Ronkowski, Sophie, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  1937. Roscowicz, Frances, “Hegewisch C. of C. Aiding in Staging Xmas Party at James R. Mann Park” – 1939-12-20 p1-2
  1938. Rosowicz, Edward S., 13339 Commercial Ave., “Schweitzer Officers to be Installed” – 1939-8-9 p1
  1939. Rosowicz, Edward S., “Hegewisch C. of C. Aiding in Staging Xmas Party at James R. Mann Park” – 1939-12-20 p1-2
  1940. Rosowicz, Edward S., “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1941. Rosowicz, Frances, “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  1942. Rozmarek, T. K., president of P.N.A., “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1943. Roszyk, Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-10 p7
  1944. Roszyk, Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-13 p7
  1945. Roszyk, Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-17 p7
  1946. Roszyk, Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-24 p7
  1947. Roszyk, Mary, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-10-31 p2
  1948. Rozak School of Dancing, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1949. Rozak School of Dancing, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  1950. Rozak, Miss L., manager of Rozak Dancing School, “Southeasterners Choose Queen in Indiana” – 1939-8-7 p1
  1951. Rozycki, Mrs. Alice, 8443 Exchange Ave., brother Edward Gutkowski, 29 years old, 8453 Manistee Ave., “Admits to Police Entering Sister’s Home” – 1939-10-3 p1
  1952. Rozycki, Mrs. Alice, 8443 Exchange Ave., brother Edward Gutkowski, 29 years old, 8453 Manistee Ave., “Sentenced For Entering His Sister’s Home” – 1939-10-6 p1
  1953. Rozynek, Barney, 1896-12-14, reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-12-16 p8
  1954. Rozynek, Barney, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 16, 1896 – 1939-12-26 p5
  1955. Rozynek, Clerk, 1896-7-14 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-7-29 p2)
  1956. Rozynek, Clerk, 1896-7-22 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-15 p8)
  1957. Rozynek, Clerk, “Only Yesterday”, reprint of Nov. 3, 1896 – 1939-10-28 p8
  1958. Rozynek, John, wife, son Barney Rozynek & wife, “Only Yesterday”, reprinted from Aug. 11, 1896 – 1939-9-23 p5
  1959. Rozynek, Kate, “Only Yesterday”, November 9, 1896, reprinted in 1939-11-6 p2
  1960. Rucinski, Evelyn, 8528 Marquette Ave., “Student Nurse Returns to Jackson Park” – 1939-9-2 p2
  1961. Rucinski, Mrs. Walter, 8606 Saginaw Ave., “Two Pilgrimages Being Made to Wisconsin” – 1939-8-18 p1
  1962. Rucinski, Wladyslaw, 60 years old, 8443 Colfax Ave., son Ted, 20 years old, “Collar Bone Broken in Mishap” – 1939-10-26 p1
  1963. Ruczynski, Matthew, 8637 Muskegon Ave., “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  1964. Rudnicki, Ed, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  1965. Rudnicki, Edward, “Amateur Talent Show to be Held at Russell Park” – 1939-10-12 p1
  1966. Rudnicki, Edward, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  1967. Rusin, A., 8800 Buffalo Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  1968. Rusin, Syl, 14 years old, 8426 Baltimore Ave., “Southeasterners Bitten By Dogs Over Weekend” – 1938-8-29 p1-2
  1969. Rusnak, John 19 years old, 8242 South Shore Drive, “Start Drive Against Errant Motorists” – 1939-11-11 p1
  1970. Ruszkiewicz, Gene, 2822 East 79th, “Fleecer of Merchants Sentenced” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  1971. Rutkowski, Mrs. Frank, 8910 Escanaba Ave., “Mothers to Have Say-So on Radio About Schools” – 1939-10-14 p1
  1972. Ryba, Walter, 8606 Escanaba Ave., “Fire Department Active Again; Makes Three Runs” – 1939-8-4 p1
  1973. Rybicki, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  1974. Rybicki, Mrs. Charlotte, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  1975. Rybicki, Edward, “Illiana “Sons” to Install Officers” – 1939-11-16 p1
  1976. Rybicki, Edward, “Lionhood to Head Head Illiana Squadron” – 1939-11-21 p1
  1977. Rybicki, Evelyn, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  1978. Rybicki, Francis, “Lionhood to Head Head Illiana Squadron” – 1939-11-21 p1
  1979. Rybicki, John J., 8307 Buffalo Ave., “Camera Picture Contest Victors Announced” – 1939-10-6 p1
  1980. Rybicki, Mrs. W., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  1981. Rybowiak, Walter, brother-in-law Frank J. Kaliszewsk & Mrs. Kaliszewski & their son, “10 Years Ago in The Daily Calumet” – 1939-8-5 p2
  1982. Rychlewski, Genevieve, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  1983. Rydz, Czeslaw, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  1984. Rydz, Czeslaw, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-8 p6
  1985. Rydz, Czeslaw, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  1986. Rydzewski, Eddie, “Vacation in Michigan” – 1939-7-5 p1
  1987. Rydzewski, Frank G., “Polish Legion Convention to Be August 5” – 1939-8-5 p1
  1988. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Commander” – 1939-7-12 p1-2
  1989. Rydzewski, Frank X., (picture), “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p1-2
  1990. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Depression of I.C. Tracks to Be Studied” – 1939-8-4 p1-2
  1991. Rydzewski, Frank, “Legionnaires Here Give Honors” & “Examine New Safety Folder”, picture – 1939-8-24 p1
  1992. Rydzewski, Frank, “83rd Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  1993. Rydzewski, Frank X., (picture), “To New York” – 1939-9-1 p2
  1994. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Polish Legion Convention to be Held Here” & “East Side Girl Docks Safely in Hoboken” – 1939-9-8 p1
  1995. Ryzdewski, Frank X., “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  1996. Rydzewski, Frank X., (picture), “Elected For Third Term” – 1939-9-22 p1-2
  1997. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  1998. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Civic Units Take Action; Back Healy” – 1939-11-3 p1-2
  1999. Rydzewski, Frank X. Jr., 7830 South Shore Drive, “Y Glee Club Appears at Conference” & “New Plan Commission Advisory Board to Meet Tomorrow” – 1939-11-9 p2
  2000. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Russell Square Association to Meet Wednesday” – 1939-11-10 p2
  2001. Rydzewsky, Frank X., “Will Extend Over B&O Tracks” – 1939-10-31 p1
  2002. Rydzewski, Frank, X., “Three Appointed to Advisory Board Committee” – 1939-11-11 p2
  2003. Rydzewski, Frank X., “Signals for 95th & Jeffery Are Ordered” – 1939-12-19 p1-2
  2004. Rydzewski, Frank X., picture, “13th Time” & “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  2005. Rydzewski, Maureen, 8210 Muskegon Ave., “Two Sessions of Cooking School Packed By First Nighters” – 1939-11-15 p1
  2006. Rydzewski, Maureen, 8210 Muskegon Ave., “Ends 3-Day Show With Fanfare” – 1939-11-17 p1
  2007. Rydzinski, John, 8408 Burley Ave., father-in-law of Casimier Pierzynski, 37 years old, 8408 Burley Ave., “Struck Over Head With Bat in In-Law Argument” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2008. Rzasa, Frank & Mary, 43 years old, 9053 Muskegon Ave., Woman Hit in Abdomen By Husband” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2009. Rzyski, Elizabeth, “Leaving for Baraboo” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2010. Rzyski, Steve, wife, newborn son born July 25, 1939, 8319 Brandon Ave., “Son For Ryskis” – 1939-7-26 p2
  2011. Sadowski, E. J., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2012. Sadowski, Ed. J., “Schlaeger Night” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2013. Sadowski, Edmund J., national director of the Polish Roman Catholic Union, “PRCU Night to be Observed at Carnival Tonight” – 1939-8-24 p1
  2014. Sadowski, Edward, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2015. Sadowski, M., “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2016. Sadowski, Margie, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2017. Sadowski, Roman, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2018. Salamowicz, Leonard, 8723 Houston Ave., “Officer Erred in Giving Row Address” – 1939-8-4 p1
  2019. Salata, John, fireman, “On Western Tour” – 1939-9-9 p1
  2020. Saltyz, Eleanor, “Purse Containing $35 Taken From Hulbronn Home” – 1939-8-3 p1
  2021. Sanocki, Anton, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2022. Sarnak, Jennie, 8706 Commercial Ave., “Firemen Kept Busy But Pyrotechnics No Cause” – 1939-7-5 p1
  2023. Sartansky, John, “Waits For Driver; Robber Comes; Takes Truck” – 1939-7-31 p1
  2024. Sasek, Dan, 9737 Ave. M, “East Side Man AFL Member, Held Up” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2025. Sasiak, Miss Alfreda, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  2026. Sawicki, Stanley, 63 years old, 8486 Baker Ave., “Three Persons Walk Into Sides of Automobiles” – 1939-12-26 p1
  2027. Scesney, Violet, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2028. Scesny, Chester, “Employees On Floor as Bandits Rob Store” – 1939-7-15 p1
  2029. Scesny, Eddie, “Western Wanderers Back in Town” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2030. Scesny, Edward, “Celebrates Birthday; Won’t Divulge Age” – 1939-9-7 p1
  2031. Scesny, Frank, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  2032. Scezny, Eddie, “Three From South Chicago Having Fine Time” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2033. Schlaeger, Mrs. V. L., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2034. Schlaeger, Victor, Clerk of the Superior Court, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2035. Schlaeger, Victor L., born in South Chicago Dec. 12, 1896, real estate and insurance business at 3004 East 88th, resides with wife and daughter Grace Louise at 8834 Saginaw Ave., “South Chicago Boy Made Good in High Position as Choice of People” – 1939-8-12 p1-2
  2036. Schlaeger, Victor L., “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2037. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Parade to Open Church Carnival Tonight” – 1939-8-18 p1
  2038. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Schlaeger Night” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2039. Schlaeger, Victor L., wife, daughter, “Schlaegers Vacationing” – 1939-8-24 p1
  2040. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, picture, “Guest Judge” – 1939-9-1 p1
  2041. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “South Deering Turns Out Enmasse For Big Picnic” – 1939-9-5 p1
  2042. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  2043. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Elected For Third Term” – 1939-9-22 p1-2
  2044. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, 8834 Saginaw Ave., “Represents Mayor” – 1939-9-25 p1
  2045. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Ft. Dearborn Cops Schlaeger Trophy” – 1939-9-29 p1
  2046. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Chairman” & “Victor L. Schlaeger Speaks at Bar Ass’n. Meeting” – 1939-10-14 p1
  2047. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  2048. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2049. Schlaeger, Victor L., “37 Groups to Participate in South Chicago Hallowe’en Party” – 1939-10-28 p1-2
  2050. Schlaeger, Victor L., picture, “All Box Seat Sold for Dance Sponsored By 10th Demo Group; To Be Held Nov. 22” – 1939-11-16 p1-2
  2051. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Tonight is the Night for 10th Warders” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  2052. Schlaeger, Victor L., “Reception” – 1939-12-8 p 1-2
  2053. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2054. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, picture, “Chairman” – 1939-12-23 p1
  2055. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2056. Schlaeger, Victor L., clerk of Superior Court, “Wojtalewicz is Given Praise on Golden Jubilee” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  2057. Schlak family, 9136 Colfax Ave., “Entertain Ohioans” – 1939-7-12 p1
  2058. Schlifke, Louis, “Acclaim Elmer For Governor” – 1939-12-1 p1-2
  2059. Schmigel, Joseph, 27 years old, 8840 Escanaba Ave., “Jailed on Petty Larceny Charge” – 1939-12-22 p1
  2060. Schwaba, Peter H., Superior Court judge, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2061. Sczepanski, Celia, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2062. Sedlak, Mr. & Mrs. Edward & 3 children, 8714 Exchange Ave., “Mother of 3 Children Sends Spouse to Jail” – 1939-7-24 p1
  2063. Sedlak, Edward, resides with parents at 3605 East 102nd, estranged wife Virginia, 25 years old, 3 children, 8714 Exchange Ave., “3 Children Given Away By Mother” – 1939-8-5 p1
  2064. Semrau, Eugene, 8216 Brandon Ave., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  2065. Semrau, Eugene, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2066. Semrau, John, 3 years old, 10730 Bensley Ave., “Child Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-10-11 p1
  2067. Semrau, Sigmund, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2068. Semrau, Sigmund, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2069. Semrau, Ziggy, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2070. Serafin, John, 8322 Baker Ave., born June 24, 1904, parents born in Poland, father John died 17 years ago and was a member of the Polish army, uncles, Andrew & Theodore Serafin and Martin Nenza all fought in WWI, “Said To Be First In City” – 1939-9-1 p1-2
  2071. Serafin, John, 8322 Baker Ave., picture, “Ready for War” & “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  2072. Serefin, Edward, 16 years old, 8338 Essex Ave., “Two Juveniles Found in Stupor of Drunkeness” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2073. Shepka, Ignatz, 48 years old, 8746 Houston Ave., “Sustains Epileptic Fit on Sidewalk” – 1939-11-2 p2
  2074. Shroczynski, Joseph, wife, daughter Caroline, 2014 East 87th, “Bits of News” – 1938-8-29 p2
  2075. Shupryt, T. A., “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  2076. Shupryt, T. A., board of directors of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  2077. Sicinksi, Barbara Ellen, newly baptized infant, “Babies Baptized at SS. Peter-Paul Church” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2078. Sieckowski, Joseph, 3053 East 79th Place, “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2079. Sieczko, Christine, 11 months old, 8401 Escanaba Ave., “Suzanne Judged Prettiest Baby; Carolyn Second” – 1939-8-12 p1
  2080. Siedecki, Edward, “Only Two Shopping Days ‘till Christmas” – 1939-12-21 p1-2
  2081. Siek, Tomasz, 58 years old, 13320 Commercial Ave., “Apoplexy” – 1939-8-9 p1
  2082. Siemianowski, Mrs. Aurelius & children Odeon & Eunice, 8459 Oglesby Ave., “Siemianowskis Leave” – 1939-7-15 p2
  2083. Siemkiewicz, Joseph, 8600 Muskegon Ave., “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  2084. Sienkiewicz, Thadius, 36 years old, 8713 Exchange Ave., “Rheumatism” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2085. Sierzega, Fred, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  2086. Sikora, John, 1311 East 93rd, “Firemen Fight Blaze for 2 Hours” – 1939-11-27 p1
  2087. Sikorski, Steve, “Woman’s Tooth Broken in Accident” – 1939-11-11 p1
  2088. Sikorski, Sylvester, “Clerk to Be Returned Here” – 1939-12-30 p1
  2089. Sikorski, Thomas, detective, wife, “At Detroit” – 1939-8-7 p1
  2090. Simplicia, Sister, picture “Receiving $250 Contest Prize” – 1939-8-9 p1
  2091. Sinowski, Edward, 13 years old, 626 East 87th, “Two Juveniles Found in Stupor of Drunkeness” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2092. Skarbek, Joseph, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2093. Skiba, Harriet, 8702 Commercial Ave., husband Alex living separately for 8 years and currently at 3036 East 79th, Helen Skiba, sister of Alex, “Harriet Skiba Obtains Separate Maintenance” – 1939-73 p2
  2094. Skibinski, Edward, 16 years old, 8848 Exchange Ave., “Three Boys Sent to St. Charles “School”” – 1939-7-3 p1
  2095. Skorcki, Cecilia, 20 years old, 5925 Washtinaw Ave., “Checker Cab, Auto Collide in South Shore” – 1939-7-10 p1
  2096. Skowczelas, Frank, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2097. Skowronski, Joseph, 13528 Brandon Ave., “One Subdued Only After 1 ½ Hours” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2098. Skowronski, Frank, “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  2099. Skowronski, Frank, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2100. Skowronski, Frank, “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  2101. Skowronski, Frank, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2102. Skyba, Officer, 1896-7-9 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-7-22 p2)
  2103. Skyba, Officer, 1896-7-11 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-7-29 p2)
  2104. Skyba, Officer, 1896-7-18 (reprinted in “Only Yesterday” – 1939-8-8 p5)
  2105. Skyba, Officer, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 18, 1896 – 1939-12-26 p5
  2106. Sliza, Walter, wife, newborn boy, 8719 Commercial Ave., “Two Boys Born at So. Chicago Hospital” – 1939-10-4 p1
  2107. Slotkowski, M., “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2108. Smentek, Joseph, 15 years old, 13424 Ave. L, “Bowen Student Hurt in Fall From Auto” – 1939-7-8 p1
  2109. Smiejek, Mrs. M., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2110. Smietanka, Julius F., “Happy New Year From Vincent L. Knaus” – 1939-12-30 p2
  2111. Smitko, Joseph, wife, son born Dec. 6, 1939, 8813 Manistee Ave., “Smitkos Have Heir” – 1939-12-7 p1
  2112. Smitkowski, Sophie, 10 years old, 9914 Ewing Ave., “East Side Girl Struck By Auto Crossing Street” – 1939-8-22 p1
  2113. Smolinski, Raymond, 8349 Buffalo Ave., “Hoodlums Strong-Arm So. Chicago Man” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2114. Smolinski, Theresa, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  2115. Smyrock, Zigmund, Hammond, Indiana, “Woman’s Knee Hurt in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2116. Smzkowski, Orville, 8816 Exchange Ave., wife, daughter born Aug. 27, 1938, “9 Babies Born to Happy Parents” – 1938-8-29 p1
  2117. Snitkowski, Izzy, 18 years old, 9914 Ewing Ave., “Atty. Finnigan Bitten, Not By Political Bug But By Dog on Right Leg” – 1939-9-2 p1
  2118. Sobeljak, Jean, “In Delevan Lake” – 1939-8-11 p1
  2119. Sobiczak, George, 13443 Ave. M, “Calling Each Other Names Costs Money” – 1939-8-9 p1
  2120. Sobieski, Erwin, 25 years old, 8727 Colfax Ave., “Two Injured in Mishap at 91st-Burley” – 1939-12-4 p1
  2121. Sobieski, John, 8727 Colfax Ave., “This Thief Will Be Supplied With Sox” – 1939-10-16 p1
  2122. Sobieski, John, constable in West Hammond, Illinois, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Oct. 1, 1896 – 1939-9-20 p8
  2123. Sobieski, Joseph, 22 years old, 8727 Colfax Ave., “Sustains Brain Concussion in Truck Crash” – 1939-9-5 p1
  2124. Sobocinski, Emily, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2125. Sobucki, Bernard, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2126. Sokolowski, Adolph, 8314 Manistee Ave., “Comfort is Theme of This Thief” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2127. Sokolowski (misspelled as Sakolowski), Constance, naturalized American citizen, husband Joseph, 8550 Houston Ave., three children, sister Wozefo Piorek who lives in Chelmno, Pomorze, Poland, address – 8 Kakowa – “South Chicago Woman Trapped in Poland” & “South Chicagoans Home From War Zone; Witness Shooting of Nazi Plane” – 1939-9-14 p1
  2128. Sokolowski, Constance, husband Frank, both American citizens, 8 children, 8558 Houston Ave., “No Word Received as to Safety of Mrs. Sokolowski” – 1939-9-15 p1
  2129. Sokolowski (misspelled as Sakolowski), Mrs. Frank, (picture), 8550 Houston Ave., “In War Zone” – 1939-9-19 p1
  2130. Sokolowski (misspelled as Sakolowski), Mrs. Frank, (picture), 8550 Houston Ave., “Take Part in Rescue Work” – 1939-9-20 p1
  2131. Sokolowski, Mrs. Frank, 8550 Houston Ave., “Safety Still Unknown For Resident Here” – 1939-9-27 p1
  2132. Sokolowski, Mrs. Frank, 8550 Houston Ave., “Whereabouts of So. Chicagoan Unknown” – 1939-10-3 p1
  2133. Sokolowski, Frank, 8850 Houston Ave., “Thief Robs Auto, Runs Into Pole, Abandons It” – 1939-10-30 p1
  2134. Sokolowski, Mrs. Frank, 8550 Houston Ave., sister Mrs. Anton Piorek who resides in Poznan, Poland, “Registered Letter Lands in Poland” – 1939-12-1 p1
  2135. Sokolowski, Mrs. Frank, 8 children, 8550 Houston Ave., family in Chelmno, Poland, “South Chicago Woman Found Safe in Poland” – 1939-12-20 p1
  2136. Sokolowski, Miss Irene, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Sokolowski, 8550 Houston Ave., married Robert J. McClanahan, Marian Sokolowski was the maid of honor, Harriet Osika was the bridesmaid, “Immaculate is the Site of Wedding” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2137. Solanowicz, Edwin, wife, son born Oct. 25, 1939, 8722 Houston Ave., “Son for Solanowiczes” – 1939-10-26 p1
  2138. Soltysinski, Walter, “Y Lay Staff Will Hold Conference” – 1939-11-29 p1
  2139. Soltysinski, Walter, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  2140. Soska, A., “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  2141. Sosnowski, Edward & wife, 8553 Houston Ave., son born July 22, 1939, “Son for Sosnowskis” – 1939-7-24 p1
  2142. Sosnowski, Henry, 8011 Escanaba Ave., “3 Boys Burned in Explosion While Playing” – 1939-9-29 p1
  2143. Sowa, Ann, “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  2144. Sowa, Anna, “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2145. Sowa, Anna, “Hegewisch C. of C. Aiding in Staging Xmas Party at James R. Mann Park” – 1939-12-20 p1-2
  2146. Sowa, Frank S., 13355 Burley Ave., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Seek Playground at 96th and Constance; Covers 22 Acres of Land” – 1938-8-27 p1-2
  2147. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Odd Fellows in Hegewisch Ring Up 50th Year” – 1939-7-21 p1
  2148. Sowa, Frank S., 13355 Burley Ave., “Dan Martino Made Red Cross Chairman” – 1939-8-10 p1
  2149. Sowa, Frank S., (picture), president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch Swimming Beach Still Open” & “Dedicatory Parade to be Held” – 1939-9-14 p1
  2150. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Announces Parade” – 1939-9-15 p1
  2151. Sowa, Frank, S., “Southeasterners Answer Call of Red Cross” – 1939-9-16 p1-2
  2152. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Want to Hear From Those Who Will Put Floats in Parade” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2153. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, office at 13127 Buffalo Ave., “Those Interested in Wolf Lake to Meet Tonight” – 1939-10-6 p1
  2154. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch Will Stage Parade Next Saturday” – 1939-10-7 p1
  2155. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Ald. Rowan Will Cut Ribbon” & “Invites Everyone”, picture – 1939-10-13 p1
  2156. Sowa, Frank S., “’Cross’ Unit to Gather Clothes” & “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  2157. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-14 p2
  2158. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch Turns Out En Masse for Dedicatory Ceremonies” – 1939-10-16 p1-2
  2159. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch C of C to Sponsor Hallowe’en Party” – 1939-10-18 p1
  2160. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Council to Concentrate on Project” & “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  2161. Sowa, Frank S., picture, “Will Extend Over B&O Tracks” & “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2162. Sowa, Frank S., 13335 Burley Ave., “Red Cross Chairmen for District Announced” – 1939-11-7 p2
  2163. Sowa, Frank S., “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2164. Sowa, Frank S., “Tickets, Please!” – 1939-12-4 p1-2
  2165. Sowa, Frank, S., picture, president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Re-elected” – 1939-12-19 p1
  2166. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch C. of C. Aiding in Staging Xmas Party at James R. Mann Park” – 1939-12-20 p1-2
  2167. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Make Great Stride for Progress” – 1939-12-23 p1-2
  2168. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “To Speak” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  2169. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Hegewisch Xmas Party to be Tonite” – 1939-12-28 p1
  2170. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Natatorium Proposed For Mann Park” – 1939-12-30 p1
  2171. Sowa, Frank S., president of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce, “Happy New Year From” – 1939-12-30 p7
  2172. Sowa, Joseph S., “Lake Calumet Harbor Work Started” – 1939-10-5 p1-2
  2173. Sowa, Joseph S., picture, “Officials Look On as Pile Driver Starts Work” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2174. Sowa, Joseph S., “Hegewisch Hallowe’en Parade Line of March Given” – 1939-10-27 p1-2
  2175. Sowa, Joseph S., “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2176. Sowa, Martin, wife, daughter Arlene, 1 year old on Sept. 2, 1939, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-9-6 p2
  2177. Sowa, Martin, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2178. Sowfski, A., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  2179. Spajer, Frank C., wife, son Carl, 8633 Exchange Ave., “Spajers Fish Out Three Lakes and Return Home” – 1939-9-7 p1
  2180. Spajer, Sophie, 8348 Burnham Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2181. Sparaga, Sylvia, 14 years old, & sister Adeline Sparaga, 9 years old, 8326 Baltimore Ave., “Girls on Bike, One Atop Handle Bars Floored” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2182. Spbacz, Stephen, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2183. Specal, Tony, 8553 Houston Ave., “Veterans of S. Chgo. Enter Institutions” – 1939-8-8 p1
  2184. Spiewak, Betty, “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2185. Spinder, Anton, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  2186. Spirzka, Marion, 21 years old, 9100 Green Bay Ave., “Ruptured Appendix” – 1939-11-13 p1
  2187. Spisak, Mrs. Mary, “Woman Hit By Auto; Left Arm Fractured” – 1939-9-11 p2
  2188. Spisak, Peter, sports director of Youngstown CIO Lodge, “Youngstown CIO Lodge to Meet Tonight” – 1939-7-11 p1
  2189. Sporna, Lorraline, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2190. Sporny, Mr., St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  2191. Sporny, Mrs. Frances, 40 years old, 8520 Houston Ave., “Wrist Fractured in Trip Over Chain” – 1939-7-27 p1
  2192. Sporny, Thad., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  2193. Sporny, Thad, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2194. Sporny, Thaddeus, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  2195. Sporny, Thaddeus J., picture, “Emcee” – 1939-10-17 p1
  2196. Srocjynski, Eugene, “Wins Watermelon Eating Contest” – 1939-7-22 p1
  2197. Stagowski, Mr. & Mrs. Edward, newborn child Cecilia & children Dorothy & Margaret, 8925 Escanaba Ave. – 1939-7-12 p1
  2198. Stajkowski, Alice, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2199. Stancik, Miss Irene, “Walther League to Observe ‘Night’ Friday” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2200. Stancik, Martin, “Hegewisch Hits” – 1939-10-30 p2
  2201. Stancik, Mary Lou, 6 years old, 7816 Burnham Ave., “East Side Salutes” – 1939-10-4 p2
  2202. Stanek, Charles & wife Annie, “Only Yesterday”, reprint from Nov. 28, 1896 – 1939-11-25 p2
  2203. Stanick, Theresa, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  2204. Stankowski, Laurence, 8725 Houston Ave., “Bench Taken” – 1939-10-10 p1
  2205. Stanoch, John, 80 years old, 8315 Colfax Ave., “South Chicago Man Sees Again After Five Years” – 1939-7-28 p1
  2206. Stankiewicz, Edward, 1135 East 82nd, “Gas Station Window Broken; No Loot” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2207. Stankiewicz, Mrs. M. H., Bandon, Oregon, sister of Mrs. Z. K. Urbanowicz, 8007 Commercial Ave. & Mrs. B. Boden, Racine, Wisconsin, “Three Sisters Reunited After 49 Years” – 1939-11-17 p1
  2208. Starybrat, Casmir, wife, first child (son) born Dec. 19, 1939, owner of tavern at 84th & Buffalo Ave., “A Boy for Xmas” – 1939-12-21 p1
  2209. Stasiak, Mrs. Victoria, 63 years old, 8328 Mackinaw Ave., “Taken to Hospital” – 1939-10-30 p1
  2210. Stasiewicz, Marie, 43 years old, 8416 Escanaba Ave., “Child on Trike Knocked to Ground” – 1939-9-9 p1
  2211. Stasjewski, Joseph, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2212. Staszewski, Joseph, 8426 Escanaba Ave., “East Side Man Identified as Kidnapper” – 1939-7-1 p1
  2213. Stefanski, Hattie, 3035 East 103rd, restaurant operator, “2 Arrested on Liquor Charges” – 1939-7-20 p1
  2214. Stefanski, Dr. Jos., 8309 South Shore Drive, “Find Woman in B. and O. Box Car” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2215. Stefanski, Dr. Joseph, “Daughter Born to Evangeluses” – 1939-7-12 p1
  2216. Stefanski, Dr. Joseph, 8309 South Shore Drive, “Bicycle, Auto Collide; Two Injured” & “3 Children, One Adult Hit By Cars” – 1939-8-14 p1
  2217. Stefanski, Dr. Joseph, 8309 South Shore Drive, “Aged Man, Child Struck By Cars Crossing Street” – 1939-8-28 p1
  2218. Stefanski, Dr. Joseph, 8309 South Shore Drive, “Man and Woman Knocked Down By Automobiles” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2219. Stefanski, Dr. Joseph, “Display of Skills to Be Presented at Y Open House” – 1939-12-29 p1-2
  2220. Stelmaczak, Francis, 3049 East 79th Place, mother, “Confidence Game “Worked” on Child” – 1939-11-30 p1
  2221. Stelmasyek, E., & C. Stelmasyek, (picture), “Sons of the American Legion Blaze Busy Trail – 1939-7-13 p1
  2222. Stelmaszek, Walter, Post No. 792, American Legion, “Coming Events” – 1938-8-29 p4
  2223. Stelmaszek, Carl, assistant recording secretary of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2224. Stelmaszek, Edward, “South Chicago Squadron Will Induct Sunday” – 1939-10-14 p1
  2225. Stelmaszek, Edward, “South Chicago Squadron Inducts” – 1939-10-23 p2
  2226. Stelmaszek, Mrs. Mother of Walter Stelmaszek, killed in action, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  2227. Stelmaszek Post, “South Shore Post to Lead Parade” – 1938-8-26 p1
  2228. Stelmaszek Post, “South Chicago Woman Trapped in Poland” – 1939-9-14 p1
  2229. Stelmaszek, Roman, 8505 Kingston Ave., “Home from Hospital” – 1939-11-7 p1
  2230. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, American Legion, “Coming Evens” – 1939-8-26 p4
  2231. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  2232. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  2233. Stemaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Installed” & “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  2234. Stelmaszek, Walter Squadron No. 792, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2235. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Stelmaszek to Observe Armistice Day” – 1939-11-6 p1
  2236. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Holy Hour to Invoke Peace at SS. Peter-Paul” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  2237. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Stelmaszek to Aid Christmas Needy” – 1939-11-14 p1
  2238. Stelmaszek, Walter Post No. 792, “Stelmaszek to Give Xmas Fete and Laud Press” – 1939-12-21 p1
  2239. Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  2240. Stofko, A., delegate of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  2241. Stofko, Adalbert J., “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2242. Stroski, Frank, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-13 p2
  2243. Strych, Eugene, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-9 p3
  2244. Strych, Evelyn, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2245. Studmarz, Bernice, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  2246. Studzinski, Albin, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2247. Studzinski, Allen, “Leaders to Discuss Their Job at Confab” – 1939-11-15 p1
  2248. Stuk, Richard, “Bowen Junior Hi-Y Club to Admit Members” – 1939-10-16 p2
  2249. Stupek, Frank, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2250. Stupka, James, 31 years old, 7511 Ridgeland Ave., “One Injured When Cars Collide” – 1939-12-8 p1
  2251. Strygarcek, Frank T., “In Wisconsin” – 1939-8-24 p1
  2252. Styburki, Stanley, aka Popeye, 26 years old, 8513 Muskegon Ave., “Robber Shot, Held for Police” – 1939-11-24 p1-2
  2253. Styburski, Stanley, aka Popeye, 26 years old, 8313 Muskegon Ave., “Leg of Bandit Shot in Knee Amputated” – 1939-11-28 p1
  2254. Suchilla Mrs. John, 8853 Houston Ave., “East Side Salutes” – 1939-8-12 p2
  2255. Suheski, W., “Youngstown CIO Lodge to Meet Tonight” – 1939-7-11 p1
  2256. Sulkowski, Carolyn, 11 months old, 8354 Muskegon Ave, “Suzanne Judged Prettiest Baby; Carolyn Second” – 1939-8-12 p1
  2257. Sulski, Beatrice, Clementine & Grace, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2258. Sulski, Billy, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  2259. Sulski, Daisy, “What is This Kiss Booth at Bowen’s Fair?” – 1939-11-18 p2
  2260. Sulski, P., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2261. Sulski, Peter, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2262. Sulski, Peter, “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2263. Supinski, Charles, 27 years old, 8549 Escanaba Ave., “Many Persons Hurt in Auto Accidents” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2264. Supinski, Charles, 27 years old, 8549 Escanaba Ave., “Driver Loses Privileges for One Year” – 1939-12-28 p1
  2265. Sutkowski, W., 8805 Muskegon Ave., “Brooks Sells Many Pieces of Property” – 1939-9-12 p1-2
  2266. Suwalski, Edward T., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-28 p2
  2267. Suwalski, Edward T., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  2268. Suwalski, Edward T., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-4 p6
  2269. Suwalski, Edward T., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-11 p6
  2270. Suwalski, Edward T., “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-18 p6
  2271. Swarkowski, Ernest & Clarence, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-9-27 p7
  2272. Swed, Joseph, 17 years old, 8433 Brandon Ave., “Boy Jailed On Bike Charge” – 1939-9-2 p1
  2273. Swiatkowski, John, 7 years old, 8344 Baltimore Ave., “Pneumonia” – 1939-9-7 p1
  2274. Swick, John, 8 years old, 8019 Coles Ave., “Child Hits Bullet With Iron; Piece Strikes Eye” – 1939-12-13 p1
  2275. Swick, Mrs. Sophie, 2911 East 81st, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-12-16 p1
  2276. Swiecekowski, P., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2277. Swieiczynski, Frank, column 8 – 1939-9-23 p5
  2278. Swietlik, J., “Prepare Plans For Defense-Of-Poland Parade” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2279. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Ex-Convict Arrested After Cashing Stolen Check” – 1938-8-27 p1
  2280. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Child Falls to Cement Floor; Goes to Bed; Found Dead” – 1939-8-26 p1
  2281. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “O’Connell Hands Out Many Fines” – 1939-7-18-p1
  2282. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “One Woman Shot in Tavern Brawl” – 1939-8-22 p1
  2283. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Police Track Down Steel Employee As Burglar” – 1939-8-26 p1
  2284. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Continue Case of Automobile Tamperer” – 1939-10-11 p1
  2285. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Sentenced For Tampering with Auto” – 1939-10-24 p1
  2286. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Relieved of Rings and Jewelry” – 1939-12-1 p1
  2287. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Miss Capturing Bandit By Seconds” – 1939-12-11 p1
  2288. Swircz, Stanley, detective, “Toy Pistol Bandit Robs Woman” – 1939-12-15 p1
  2289. Symanski, Ignatius, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2290. Symczak, Ed, trustee of Lodge 65 of SWOC, “James Stewart elected Head of SWOC Lodge” – 1939-7-1 p1
  2291. Sypucinski, Frank, 8707 Houston Ave., “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  2292. Szablewski, Adam Stanley, 8554 Houston Ave., “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  2293. Szafranski, Albin, 8522 Buffalo Ave., “Three Autos Reported Stolen” – 1938-8-27 p1
  2294. Szajkowski, Matt, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-9 p3
  2295. Szalanski, Miss, “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2296. Szalbierz, Geraldine, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2297. Szarkowski, Mrs. C., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2298. Szatanski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2299. Szczepankiewicz, Miss Edna, 8326 Marquette Ave., “Trio Leaves for Two Weeks’ Vacation” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2300. Szczepanowski, Josef, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  2301. Szczepanowski, Josef, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-8 p6
  2302. Szczepanowski, Josef, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  2303. Szczepanski, John, 8546 Burley Ave., “Four Charter Members Return Armistice Day” – 1939-11-11 p1
  2304. Szczesniak, Walter, wife, daughter born Dec. 5, 1939, 2641 East 89th, “New Arrival” – 1939-12-6 p1
  2305. Szczodrowski, Rose, 8545 Essex Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2306. Szeckowski, Theodore, “Card of Thanks” – 1939-7-17 p6
  2307. Szelangowski, Vivian & Dolores, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2308. Szelung, Chester, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2309. Szerlag, Peter, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-7 p6
  2310. Szerlag, Peter, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-11 p2
  2311. Szerlag, Peter, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-7-14 p6
  2312. Szerlag, Peter, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2313. Szewczynski, Chester & Florence, 8410 Manistee Ave., “Eight Injured in 6 Automobile Accidents” – 1939-8-14 p1
  2314. Szpajer, Adeline, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-30 p2
  2315. Szpajer, Adeline, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  2316. Szpajer, Adeline, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  2317. Szpajer, Adeline, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2318. Szpajer, Miss Daisy, “In the East” – 1939-8-8 p1
  2319. Szpajer, Michael, 8348 Baltimore Ave., “Child Run Down By Auto; Cheek Fractured” – 1939-9-16 p1
  2320. Szpyrka, John, 46 years old, 8421 Baker Ave., “Child Knocked Down By Automobile” – 1939-12-13 p1
  2321. Szpyrka, John, 52 years old, wife Anna, 8421 Baker Ave., “Many Persons Hurt in Auto Accidents” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2322. Szromba, Gertrude, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  2323. Szromba, Jean, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  2324. Szromba, Jeanne, “Press Given Pat on Back By Stelmaszek” – 1939-12-26 p1
  2325. Szrubka, Caroline, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  2326. Sztuba, Edward, 8247 Burley Ave., “Man Injured in Truck and Bus Crash” – 1939-8-18 p1
  2327. Szuberla, Guy Alan, “Baptisms at SS. Peter-Paul Announced” – 1939-11-14 p1
  2328. Szuberla, John, wife, newborn boy, 2859 East 96th, “Two Boys Born at So. Chicago Hospital” – 1939-10-4 p1
  2329. Szubka, Cornelia, “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2330. Szumnarski, John A., “Motorists Advised of Testing Cars” – 1939-9-25 p1
  2331. Szymanski, Al., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  2332. Szymanski, Alex, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  2333. Szymanski, C., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  2334. Szymanski, Casimer, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2335. Szymanski, Casimir, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  2336. Szymanski, Casimir, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  2337. Szymanski, Casimir, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  2338. Szymanski, Dolores, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2339. Szymanski, Donald, 8404 Oglesby Ave., “Trio Spending Their Vacations in Mich.” – 1939-8-11 p1
  2340. Szymanski, J., “Commander” – 1939-7-12 p1-2
  2341. Szymanski, John, “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2342. Szymanski, Stanley, officer, “East Side Store Robbed of Shoes” – 1939-9-6 p1
  2343. Szymanski, Stanley, detective, “Gun Battle Follows Robbery” – 1939-9-25 p1
  2344. Szymanski, Tony, 26 years old, 9160 Harbor Ave., “Ex-Employee Fined &25 For Assault” – 1939-10-18 p1
  2345. Szymanski, W. A., “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2346. Szymanski, Zigmund, “A. S. Mioduski’s Name Inadvertently Left Out” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2347. Szymanski, Zygmund, “Assn. Seeks Stop-Go Lights” – 1939-12-21 p1
  2348. Szymborski, Mrs. Emily, 25 years old, husband, 8837 Muskegon Ave., “Woman Hurt in Automobile Accident” – 1939-9-25 p2
  2349. Szymczak, Edward, “James Stewart to Be Installed As CIO Chief” – 1939-7-24 p1
  2350. Szymczak, Joseph, wife, 8419 Escanaba Ave., “Motoring West” – 1939-7-18 p2
  2351. Szymczak, Joseph, 8419 Escanaba Ave., “Camera Stolen” – 1939-9-27 p1
  2352. Szyperski, Frank, 38 years old, businessman in Gdynia, Poland, brother of Mrs. Lillian Wysocki, wife of Albert Wysocki, 8659 Manistee Ave., owners of Wysocki Bakery, same address, nieces Misses Irene and Jean Wysocki, “Prominent Pole Visits Sister in District” – 1939-8-19 p1
  2353. Szytenbach family, 8242 Mackinaw Ave., “Defective Fire Place Causes Blaze” – 1939-11-13 p1
  2354. Tabaka, Lorraine, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2355. Tadra, Mrs. Frances, “Judge’s Wife Visits So. Chicago Court” – 1939-9-28 p1
  2356. Tanski, Leo, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  2357. Tanski, Mrs. V., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2358. Tanski, Mrs. Vera, 8319 Colfax Ave., “Vacationing” – 1939-9-26 p1
  2359. Tekelia, Mrs. Jacob, 8127 South Shore Drive, 49th birthday, & Miss Melanie Yolonnde Tekelia, “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2360. Tekiela, John S., wife & newborn daughter Judith Joyce, 8127 South Shore Drive, “Daughter Born to John Tekielas” – 1939-7-25 p1
  2361. Templin, John, “Wins Watermelon Eating Contest” – 1939-7-22 p1
  2362. Templin, Miss Mary & W. Walkowiak married at Immaculate Conception Nov. 11, 1896, “Only Yesterday” – 1939-11-18 p7
  2363. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “East Side Man Assaulted By Two” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2364. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “East Side Man Takes Quantity of Iodine” – 1939-7-18 p1
  2365. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “East Side Girl Struck By Auto Crossing Street” – 1939-8-22 p1
  2366. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “Stops Auto in Tracks; Hit By Street Car” – 1939-9-13 p1
  2367. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “Mrs. R. E. Casey Undergoes Operation” – 1939-9-29 p1
  2368. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “Struck Over Head in In-Law Argument” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2369. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “Children Hit Walking Between Cars” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2370. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “St. George Church to Hold Bazaar” – 1939-11-18 p1
  2371. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., “Extra! Kind Words Spoken For Press as Certificate is Awarded to Daily Calumet” – 1939-12-2 p1-2
  2372. Timm, Dr. H. E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “Man, Bike Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-12-8 p1
  2373. Timm, Harry E. L., “First “Vice”” – 1938-8-27 p2
  2374. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “10th Ward GOP Group to Meet Tomorrow Nite” – 1939-9-12 p1
  2375. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Over-Flow Crowd Attends 10th Ward GOP Meeting” – 1939-9-14 p1
  2376. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “10th Ward Republican Meeting Wed. Night” – 1939-10-10 p1
  2377. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “Has Ailment in Ohio, Recovering in Local Hospital” & “Dr. Timm to Shoot Works Tonight” – 1939-10-11 p1
  2378. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “All Precincts Represented at Timm Meeting” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2379. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Senator Glenn Speaks Tonite 10th GOP Meet” & “Dr. I. S. Cutter Tells of Faults” – 1939-10-25 p1
  2380. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Glenn Steams Up 10th Ward GOP Meeting” – 1939-10-26 p1-2
  2381. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Carlstrom to Speak at GOP Meeting” – 1939-11-8 p1
  2382. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Mardi Gras” – 1939-11-16 p1-2
  2383. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Carlstrom Speaks Before 10th Ward Republican Meet” – 1939-11-24 p2
  2384. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “10th Ward GOP to Gather Tonight; Hear Barrett” – 1939-12-6 p1
  2385. Timm, Harry E. L. Jr., “Claude E. Griesel, Mortician, Drops Dead” – 1939-11-29 p1
  2386. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., 9901 Ewing Ave., “Life for GOP Begins in ’40, Timm Declares” & Nine Merchants Join C of C on East Side” – 1939-12-7 p1-2
  2387. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Capacity Crowd Expected to Attend Benefit Affair of Legion Post” – 1939-12-15 p1
  2388. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., picture, Christmas greetings – 1939-12-23 p2
  2389. Timm, Dr. Harry E. L., “Joe and Marty Pappa and Mamma; It’s a Daughter” – 1939-12-29 p1
  2390. Timm, Jack Bill, 9901 Ewing Ave., “Y College Woman Enrollment Record Broken; 822 Matriculate” – 1939-11-10 p1-2
  2391. Tobacka, Lorraine, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  2392. Tobinski, Henry J., 5 years old, 8528 Exchange Ave., “5-Year-Old Boy Knocked Down By Bicycle” – 1939-8-9 p1
  2393. Tomasek, Anton J., “3,000,000 Acres of Land Remain Idle” – 1939-8-24 p2
  2394. Tomasik, J., 2601 East 106th, advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  2395. Tomaszewski Hall, 8801 Commercial Ave., “Polish Legion of Women to Hold Meeting” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2396. Tomaszewski, Joseph, wife & family, 9713 Commercial Ave., “In Wisconsin” – 1939-7-19 p1
  2397. Tomaszewski, Lucille, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  2398. Tomaszewski, Lucille, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  2399. Tomaszewski, Miss Lucille, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  2400. Tomaszewski, Lucille, “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2401. Tomczak, Mrs. Frieda B., mother of Dick and Art, “Roof Dressed Up” – 1939-12-23 p2
  2402. Tomczak, Jimmy, owner of South Shore Coal & Ice Co. located at 8228 Muskegon Ave., “Roof Dressed Up” – 1939-12-23 p2
  2403. Tomczak, Joseph & wife Anna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-1 p6
  2404. Tomczak, Joseph & wife Anna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-8 p6
  2405. Tomczak, Joseph & wife Anna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  2406. Tomczak, Joseph & wife Anna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-18 p6
  2407. Tomczak, Joseph & wife Anna, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-22 p6
  2408. Tomczak, Joseph L., president of South Shore Coal & Ice Co., 8228 Muskegon Ave., “Happy New Year From” – 1939-12-30 p7
  2409. Tomczak, Mrs. Lorraine, husband, baby, 8709 Escanaba Ave., “Con Men and Woman Gyp Resident” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2410. Tomczak, Richard, 24 years old, 8228 Muskegon Ave., “Hit-Run Motorist Takes Along License Plate” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2411. Tomczak, Sonia, “Vacationing” – 1939-8-10 p1
  2412. Tomczak, Stanley, “Legion Honors Robert Worden and Newspaper” – 1939-12-13 p1-2
  2413. Towarzis, Gloria, 12 years old, 13246 Mackinaw Ave., “Ribs of One Person Broken” – 1939-9-28 p1
  2414. Trafka, Peter, president of Commercial Cab Co. located at 2935 East 95th, “One Subdued Only After 1 ½ Hours” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2415. Trembacki, Miss Irene, “At Paw Paw Lake” – 1939-8-10 p2
  2416. Trojanowski, Mrs. P., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2417. Trzeciak, Frank, 46 years old, wife Lillian, 10 children ages 4 to 23 years old, 8714 Commercial Ave., “Father of Large Family Signs Peace Bond” – 1939-9-8 p1
  2418. Tuchocki, Frank, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2419. Tuchocki, Frank, “Claims For Rebate on Water Rates” – 1939-10-26 p1
  2420. Tuhocki, Louis P., 8823 Muskegon Ave., “Hit By Street Car; Bounces 100 Feet” – 1939-8-4 p1
  2421. Tuhocki, Louis P., 8823 Muskegon Ave., “Chest, Shoulder Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-9-5 p1
  2422. Tumas, Joseph L., 7010 Yates Ave., “3 Injured in Auto Mishaps; One Car Overturns” – 1939-8-17 p1
  2423. Turowski, Madalene, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2424. Twardowski, Louis J., “Gen. Chairman” – 1939-8-23 p2
  2425. Twardowski, Louis T., “Charles Gerds Day Will Be Tomorrow” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2426. Twardowski, Louis, “Acclaim Elmer For Governor” – 1939-12-1 p1-2
  2427. Tyienak, Roman, 26 years old, 13019 Carondolet Ave., “Two Injured in Hegewisch Auto Mishap” – 1939-12-22 p1
  2428. Tylenda, Edwin, 8321 Kingston Ave., “Boy Scouts Begin Another Period in Camps” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2429. Tyma, A. S., “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  2430. Tyma, Donald, 6 years old, 8245 Brandon Ave., “Six-Year-Old Girl Struck By Auto Crossing Street” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2431. Ulanowski, M., 8657 Saginaw Ave., “Inebriate Falls Against Window; Pane Broken” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2432. Ulanowski, Stephen, “James Stewart to Be Installed As CIO Chief” – 1939-7-24 p1
  2433. Ulanowski, Steve, treasurer of Lodge 65 of SWOC, “James Stewart elected Head of SWOC Lodge” – 1939-7-1 p1
  2434. Ulaszek, Robert, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2435. Ulalowska, Teresa, “61 Children to Receive Awards in Contests” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2436. Ulatowski, Jack, 8832 Exchange Ave., “Children Find Murderer – of Sparrow” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2437. Ulatowski, Mr. & Mrs. K., used to operate a feed & coal store at 89th & Baltimore Ave., “W. C. Ritchie Co. Buys Additional Property” – 1939-7-21 p1
  2438. Umanski, Harry, 7716 Constance Ave., “3 South Shore Residents Held Up” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2439. Urban, Alvina, 8401 Baltimore Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2440. Urbanek, Adam B., publisher of Polonia newspaper, “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2441. Urbanek, Adam, “Southeastern Democrats to Honor Gov. Horner” – 1939-8-16 p1
  2442. Urbanek, Adam, 8610 Exchange Ave., “Papers Missing” – 1939-9-16 p1
  2443. Urbanek, Adam B., publisher of newspaper Polonia, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  2444. Urbanek, Adam, “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  2445. Urbanek, Adam, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2446. Urbanek, Adam, “Tonight is the Night for 10th Warders” – 1939-11-22 p1-2
  2447. Urbanek, Adam B., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2448. Urbanek, Casimir, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2449. Urbanek, Fredinand, 8725 Escanaba Ave., “Two Injured in Auto Accidents; East Siders Unhurt in Crash” – 1938-8-27 p1
  2450. Urbanek, James, deputy sheriff, “East Side Man Taken into Custody” – 1939-10-24 p1
  2451. Urbanek, John & sisters Phillis & Theresa, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2452. Urbanek, Lucille, 2954 East 89th, “Two Gunmen Hold Up South Shore Drive Hotel” – 1939-7-18-p1
  2453. Urbanek, Ted E., manager of Campbell Jewelers, 9203 Commercial Ave., “Dollar Day Goes Over With Bang” – 1939-8-12 p1-2
  2454. Urbanek, Ted, “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  2455. Urbanek, Ted, “Break All Records in Big Plans” & “CC Hits Red Lights and Peddlers” – 1939-10-19 p1
  2456. Urbanek, Ted, “200 Prizes to be Given Children” – 1939-10-23 p1
  2457. Urbanek, Ted, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2458. Urbanek, Ted, “Burn Witch in View of Thousands” – 1939-11-1 p1-2
  2459. Urbanek, Theodore, jeweler, “Name Eight to Untangle Car Parking” – 1939-12-16 p1
  2460. Urbaniak, C. S., “Parade to Open Church Carnival Tonight” – 1939-8-18 p1
  2461. Urbaniak, C. S., “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2462. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “Chairmanship at Y Given to J. Ahlberg” – 1939-9-29 p1
  2463. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “D. Martino Named Head By Stanley, 1939-10-11 p1-2
  2464. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “So. Chicago Group Takes Action” – 1939-10-16 p1
  2465. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “Bands to Take Part in Hallowe’en Parade” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2466. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2467. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “Hardships of Trips Told to Committee” – 1939-11-24 p1-2
  2468. Urbanowicz, Dr. H. J., “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  2469. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., president of Central Council of Polish Organizations of South Chicago, “Civic Group Seeks Action on Buses” – 1939-7-5 p1
  2470. Urbanowicz, Henry, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  2471. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry, “83rd St. Bus Service To Start Sept. 18” – 1939-8-29 p1
  2472. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., president of Central Council of Polish Organizations, “Editor Sees End of War in 6 Months” – 1939-9-5 p1-2
  2473. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., wife, “Large Crowd Attends Ceremonies” – 1939-9-18 p1-2
  2474. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., “Points Out Need for Library in So. Chicago” – 1939-10-10 p1
  2475. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., “500 Would Land Jobs, Estimated” – 1939-10-30 p1-2
  2476. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., “Legion Vets Vote Band Protest” – 1939-11-16 p1
  2477. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry W., “Judge Jarecki to Speak Here Tonight” – 1939-12-12 p1
  2478. Urbanowicz, Henry, “South Chicago Y Christmas Program for Two Weeks Begins Tonight” – 1939-12-18 p2
  2479. Urbanowicz, Dr. Henry J., “Heads YMCA” – 1939-12-22 p1-2
  2480. Urbanowicz, Henry, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2481. Urbanowicz, Jeanne, “Legion Post Gives Awards to Children” – 1939-7-3 p2
  2482. Urbanowicz, Mrs. L., “Polish Council Red Cross Unit Organized” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2483. Urbanowicz, Mrs. Z. K, founder of Urbanowicz Studio 8907 Commercial Ave., sister of Mrs. M. H. Stankiewicz, Bandon, Oregon & Mrs. B. Boden, Racine, Wisconsin, “Three Sisters Reunited After 49 Years” – 1939-11-17 p1
  2484. Urbanowski, P., “Alderman Daley Introduces Orders in City Council For Benefit of People” – 1938-8-27 p1
  2485. Urbanski, John, 32 years old, 8226 Brandon Ave., “Walks Into Side of Automobile; Ribs Fractured” – 1939-7-10 p1
  2486. Urbanski, Josephine, 8455 Escanaba Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2487. Volak Stanley, 7 years old, 8256 Houston Ave., “Knocked Down By Truck; Hip, Cheek Injured” – 1939-9-2 p1
  2488. Wachowski, Rev. Father Henry E., “Catholic Churches Affected By Priest Changes” – 1939-7-8 p1
  2489. Wachowski, Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband, “Meanest Man in So. Chicago Discovered” – 1939-7-24 p1
  2490. Wachowski, Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, Officer Frank Latowski, nephew of John Wachowski, “Police Officer Linked in ‘Meanest’ Man” – 1939-7-25 p1
  2491. Wachowski, Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, Officer Frank Latkowski, 25 years old, nephew of John Wachowski, “Police Officer Wants Hearing on Loot Case’ – 1939-7-28 p1
  2492. Wachowski, Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, Officer Frank Lotkowski, 25 years old, nephew of John Wachowski, “White Feather Shown; Doesn’t Appear” – 1939-8-3 p1
  2493. Wachowski, Isabelle, 8407 Crandon Ave., estranged husband John Wachowski, Officer Frank Lotowski, 25 years old, 8523 Oglesby Ave., nephew of John Wachowski alias Walters, “Missing Clothes of Policeman Returned” – 1939-8-5 p2
  2494. Wachowski, Mrs. Jennie, “Women Miss Neighbor; Find Him Dead in Home and $2, 227.25 Back of Chair” – 1939-11-16 p1
  2495. Wadarczyk, Laverne, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2496. Wadas, Mary A., 8661 Baltimore Ave., “First Bathing Beauties Crack Ice at Gayety” – 1939-7-10 p2
  2497. Wagilowski, Mrs. Theresa, 57 years old, 8834 Muskegon Ave., “Woman Struck By Hit and Run Motorist” – 1939-12-11 p2
  2498. Wagner, Ignatz, 8414 Buffalo Ave., “Only Yesterday”, reprint of 1896-10-14, – 1939-10-17 p8
  2499. Wajanski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  2500. Walas, George, 7807 South Shore Drive, “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2501. Walas, Mrs. George, 7808 South Shore Drive, “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  2502. Walczak, Casimir, president of Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union No. 571, “Meat Shops to Close at 6 P.M.” – 1939-11-17 p1
  2503. Walczak, Edward, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2504. Walczak, Joseph, secretary-treasurer of Calumet Federal Savings and Loan Association of South Chicago, “Calumet Fed Paying 4% Dividend” – 1939-12-30 p1
  2505. Walenza, James, father, 13331 Baltimore Ave., “Father Told of Son’s Act with Rifle” – 1939-10-6 p1
  2506. Walkowiak, Betty, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2507. Walkowiak, Cecilia, “Legion Aux. to Act as Escort” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2508. Walkowiak, Lawrence, “Fear Suicide By Railroad Employee” – 1939-11-1 p1
  2509. Walkowiak, Lawrence, “Railroad Man Freed on Gun Charge” – 1939-12-5 p1
  2510. Walkowiak, Martha, 7741 Euclid Ave., owner of Walkowiak dry goods store at 2602 East 87th, “Three Make ‘Haul’ at Dry Goods Store” – 1939-12-22 p1
  2511. Walski, Frank, 24 years old, 8206 Saginaw Ave., “Five Persons Injured in 2 Accidents” – 1939-11-18 p1
  2512. Warrahoy, George, 64 years old, 3215 East 91st, “E. J. & E. RR. Man Nabbed For Shooting” – 1939-10-7 p1
  2513. Warrahoy, George, 64 years old, East 91st St., “EJ&E Railroad Man Admits Shooting” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2514. Warrahoy, George, 64 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “Shooting Fray Case Continued to October 20” – 1939-10-10 p1
  2515. Warrahoy, George, 64 years old, East 91st St., “Assault Case Continued to October 31” – 1939-10-23 p1
  2516. Warrahoy, George, 64 years old, 3215 East 91st St., “Fear Suicide By Railroad Employee” – 1939-11-1 p1
  2517. Warrahoy, George, 3215 East 91st St., “Railroad Man Freed on Gun Charge” – 1939-12-5 p1
  2518. Warzniak, Wiaorzyk, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 4, 1896 – 1939-11-29 p5
  2519. Wascelewski, Florence, aunt of Virginia Dybolski, 6 years old, who resides with her father Martin Dybolski at 9135 Houston Ave., “Spending Vacation on the North Side” – 1939-7-1 p1
  2520. Wasik, Joseph, president of Butchers and Grocers Association, “Joseph Wasik Elected Head of Grocers” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2521. Wasik, Ted, 1509 Shields Ave., “Six Hurt in Auto Accident at 87th, Jeffrey Ave. – 1939-9-25 p1
  2522. Wasik, Ted, 1509 Shields Ave., “Driver Jailed on Automobile Charges” – 1939-9-26 p1
  2523. Wasielowski, Veronica, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  2524. Wasmarek, Russ K., “1940 Bowenite Staff is Named By Miss Fleming” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2525. Watroba, Evelyn, “Boys, Girls to Stage Show Tonite” – 1939-10-25 p1-2
  2526. Watta, Michael, wife, newborn boy, 10457 Bensley Ave., “Another Steel Man” – 1939-9-28 p1
  2527. Watta, Nellie, 20 years old, 10632 Hoxie Ave., “Two Injured in Mishap at 91st-Burley” – 1939-12-4 p1
  2528. Wawrzyniak, Miss Henryetta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-10-30 p2
  2529. Wawrzyniak, Miss Henryetta, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-4 p2
  2530. Weskwowski, Elmer, 6 years old, 10434 Ave. N, “Burn Witch in View of Thousands” – 1939-11-1 p1-2
  2531. Wesolowski, Anna, 52 years old, 8410 Colfax Ave., “Hemorrhages” – 1939-7-15 p2
  2532. Wiatucki, Dorothy, 17 years old, 8621 Marquette Ave., “Five Persons Injured in 2 Accidents” – 1939-11-18 p1
  2533. Wiazewski, Frank, 8386 Baker Ave., “No License Obtained For Tavern Where So. Shore Woman Was Killed” – 1939-7-22 p1
  2534. Wicinski, Frank, “Lodge Will Celebrate Jubilee” – 1939-10-20 p1
  2535. Wieczorek, Caroline, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  2536. Wieczorek, Miss Caroline, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-27 p2
  2537. Wieczorek, J. A., “American Flag, Open-Air Mass Mark Ceremonies at Camp Lange” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2538. Wieczorek, John, “Democrats, Republicans Join to Pay Tribute to Judge Thomas A. Green” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2539. Wieczorek, Joseph, “Plans to Be Made For Parade” – 1939-9-6 p1
  2540. Wieklinski, Henry, Calumet City police captain, “Bandit Hit By Bullets Improving” – 1939-9-17 p1
  2541. Wielgot, Margaret, “Hirsch Staff Puts Out First Paper For Semester” – 1939-9-23 p2
  2542. Wielosinski, Joseph A., 8709 Exchange Ave., “Misspelled Word Contest Brings Out 50 Winners” – 1939-8-26 p1-2
  2543. Wilczinski, Joseph, 1529 East 93rd, “Firemen Fight Shed Blaze in 45 Minutes” – 1939-8-9 p1
  2544. Winclawski, Walter, 48 years old, 8401 Baker Ave., “Child Cut On Forehead When Hit By Auto” – 1939-7-13 p1
  2545. Winiecki, Adam, 8609 Colfax Ave., “Groceries Taken from Automobile” – 1939-12-23 p1
  2546. Winiewicz, John, “Only Yesterday” – 1896-8-1 reprinted – 1939-9-9 p2
  2547. Wiora, Martin former alderman of South Chicago, & son Tom, postmaster of Wild Rose, Wisconsin, “Zenskas Return From Vacation” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2548. Wiskowski, Mary Ann, 10434 Ave. N, “East Side Salutes” – 1939-7-17 p2
  2549. Wisniewska, Mary Lou, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  2550. Wisniewska, Mrs. Stella, 8434 Colfax Ave., “Turn Thumbs Down on All Volunteers” – 1939-9-7 p1&7
  2551. Wisniewski, Adam S., 8355 Buffalo Ave., “Notices” – 1938-8-26 p7
  2552. Wisniewski, Adam S., 8355 Buffalo Ave., “Notices” – 1938-8-27 p7
  2553. Wisniewski, Mrs. Cecelia, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  2554. Wisniewski, Edward & Joseph, “Junior Assn. for District Adopts Slogan” – 1939-9-25 p1
  2555. Wisniewski, John, “To Be Honored” – 1939-8-24 p1
  2556. Wisniewski, Joseph M., “Asks Help of All Residents in Districts” – 1939-11-29 p1-2
  2557. Wisniewski, Norine, 12 years old, 13513 Brandon Ave., “Southeasterners Bitten By Dogs Over Weekend” – 1938-8-29 p1
  2558. Wisniewski, Mrs. Rose, 8729 Commercial Ave., “Southeasterners Minus $40; Homes Robbed” – 1939-7-8 p1
  2559. Wisniewski, Stanley, 13513 Brandon Ave., “Southeasterners Bitten By Dogs Over Weekend” – 1938-8-29 p1
  2560. Wisniewski, Tommy, “St. Michael Boys’ Club to Hold Second Talent Show” – 1939-12-29 p2
  2561. Wisniewski, Vincent, 8953 Muskegon Ave., “23 Southeastern Chicagoans to Be Retired With Pensions” – 1939-12-28 p1-2
  2562. Witecki, Ludwik, “Commune No. 23 Elects Seven Delegates” – 1939-8-2 p1
  2563. Witkowski, Charles, “Only Yesterday” reprint from Dec. 16, 1896 – 1939-12-26 p5
  2564. Witkowski, Edward, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1-2
  2565. Witkowski, Edward, “Members of Committees Announced for GOP Picnic Tomorrow” – 1939-8-19 p1
  2566. Witkowski, Miss Lillian, 3320 East 88th St., “In New York” – 1939-8-16 p2
  2567. Witkowski, S., 8657 Saginaw Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-12 p5
  2568. Witkowski, S. S., 8657 Saginaw Ave., “Auto Stolen” – 1939-11-13 p1
  2569. Witowski, Edward, owner of pool hall at 8520 Burnham Ave., “Cigars, Radio Stolen From Pool Hall” – 1939-8-5 p1
  2570. Witulski, Mrs. Francis, 59 years old, 10507 Torrence Ave., “Woman’s Scalp Cut When She Falls” – 1939-10-28 p1
  2571. Wloch, Joe, owns fruit store at 13304 Baltimore Ave., “Hold Hegewisch Woman on Confidence Charge” – 1939-11-25 p1
  2572. Wocjek, Gene A., 9015 Houston Ave., “Large Crowd Attends GOP Picnic” – 1939-8-21 p1
  2573. Wojciechowski, Theodore, police officer, wife, daughter born Dec. 15, 1939, 8606 Saginaw Ave., “Policeman Rejoices at New Arrival” – 1939-12-16 p1
  2574. Wojciechowski, V. J., Golden Star Inn advertisement – 1939-7-21 p2
  2575. Wojcik, 24 years old, 8411 Manistee Ave., “Man, Bike Knocked Down By Auto” – 1939-12-8 p1
  2576. Wojnowski, Joyce, 9104 Green Bay Ave., “Robber Shot, Held for Police” – 1939-11-24 p1-2
  2577. Wojtalewicz, Rev., “Only Yesterday” – 1939-11-18 p7
  2578. Wojtalewicz, Rev. Francis M., picture, “Polish Priest to Observe Fiftieth Anniversary” – 1939-12-9 p1
  2579. Wojtalewicz, Rev. Francis M., “Chairman” – 1939-12-23 p1
  2580. Wojtalewicz, Rev. Francis M., picture, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, “Pastor to Be Feted Tonight By Friends” – 1939-12-26 p1-2
  2581. Wojtalewicz, Rev. Francis M., picture, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, “Wojtalewicz is Given Praise on Golden Jubilee” – 1939-12-27 p1-2
  2582. Wojtecki, Jack, “At Ludington” – 1939-7-21 p1
  2583. Wojtyski, Benny, 30 years old, 9003 Commercial Ave., “Policeman Nabs Bandit After Chase” – 1939-9-18 p1
  2584. Wolak, Robert, 6 years old, 8433 Burley Ave., “So. Chicagoan Hit By Auto on East Side” – 1939-12-14 p1
  2585. Wolcek, Fred, 16 years old, 8256 Houston Ave., sister Virginia, uncle lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, “South Chicago Boy, So. Shore Man Missing” – 1939-9-7 p1
  2586. Wolniak, Joseph, wife, 5030 South Bishop St., newborn daughter born Nov. 13, 1939 – 1939-11-17 p1
  2587. Wolowska, Mrs. L. president of the Polish Women’s Alliance, “Polish Vets Meet” – 1939-7-20 p2
  2588. Wolski, Carl, florist shop & home located at 9502 Commercial Ave., “Two Homes And Two Stores Broken Into” – 1939-8-28 p1
  2589. Wolski, Eugene, “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2590. Wolski, M. A. Commander and delegate to state convention of American Legion Walter Stelmaszek Post No. 792, “Stanley Bocian Elected Head of Stelmaszek Post” – 1939-7-28 p1
  2591. Wolski, M. A., “Stelmaszek Squadron to Install” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2592. Wolski, Marion A., “Two Vie For Legion Head Job Tonight” – 1939-7-27 p1
  2593. Wolski, Marion A., “Stelmaszek to Install Officers” – 1939-10-5 p1
  2594. Wolski, Marion, “Bocian Takes Over Helm at Stelmaszek” – 1939-10-9 p1&3
  2595. Wolski, Marion, “South Deering, East Side Also to Stage Parties” – 1939-10-31 p1-2
  2596. Wosczynski, John 64 years old, 10246 Commercial Ave., “Leg Burned; Sparks Ignite Alcohol” – 1939-10-30 p1
  2597. Wozniak, John, 52 years old, 8641 Commercial Ave., “Two Injured When Scaffold Collapses” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  2598. Wozniak, John, 8152 Luella Ave., baby, “Burglars Rob Two Homes in District” – 1939-10-13 p1
  2599. Wozniak, Leo, secretary of South Chicago Tavern Owners Association, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  2600. Wozniak, Leo, secretary of South Chicago Tavern Owners Association, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  2601. Woznowski, Charlotte, 7752 Kingston Ave., “Purses Taken From Three Women” – 1939-12-4 p1
  2602. Wroblewski, Rev. Edward, 41 years old, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church in East Chicago, Indiana, “Struck By Automobile on Sidewalk” – 1939-10-17 p1-2
  2603. Wroblewski, Rev. Edward, 41 years old, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church in East Chicago, Indiana, “Daughter Unable to Attend” – 1939-10-18 p1
  2604. Wroblewski, Rev. Edward, 41 years old, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church in East Chicago, Indiana, “Woman’s Death Held By Jury to Be Accidental” – 1939-11-22 p1
  2605. Wroblewski, Henry, 25 years old, resided in East Chicago, Indiana, “Blinded By Lights, Driver Runs Into Post” – 1939-10-25 p1
  2606. Wronski, William, 26 years old, 8800 Mackinaw Ave., “Knifed in Mystery Assault” – 1939-8-28 p1
  2607. Wujek, F., “Scout Troop, Sponsored By St. Patrick Church, Wins High Honors at Calumet Park” – 1939-10-24 p1
  2608. Wujek, Richard & Joe, “BGM’s Will Observe 13th Anniversary” – 1939-12-1 p1
  2609. Wycislo, Rev. A., “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-11-14 p2
  2610. Wycisla, Rev. A. J., “Hold “Open House” at St. Michael’s” – 1939-12-9 p7
  2611. Wycislo, Rev. Al., spiritual director of St. Michael’s Study Club, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-9-16 p2
  2612. Wycislo, Rev. Aloysius, “St. Michael’s Study Club” – 1939-12-2 p2
  2613. Wycislo, Mrs. Van, sister of Paul and John Matushek, aunt of Father Wycislo, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-8-14 p2
  2614. Wyrobek, Robert, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  2615. Wysmienska, Ray, 8116 Coles Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  2616. Wysock, Mildred, “Vacationing” – 1939-7-6 p1
  2617. Wysocki, Mr., “Toastmaster” – 1939-8-25 p2
  2618. Wysocki, Albert Bakery, 8654 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-7-18 p8
  2619. Wysocki, Albert Bakery, 8654 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-8 p5
  2620. Wysocki, Albert Bakery, 8654 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-15 p8
  2621. Wysocki, Albert Bakery, 8654 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-17 p8
  2622. Wysocki, Albert, wife Lillian, 8659 Manistee Ave., owners of Wysocki Bakery, same address, daughters Misses Irene and Jean, Lillian’s brother Frank Szyperski, 38 years old, businessman in Gdynia, Poland, “Prominent Pole Visits Sister in District” – 1939-8-19 p1
  2623. Wysocki, Albert Bakery, 8654 Manistee Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-29 p8
  2624. Wysocki, Alex, owner of Commercial Bakery, in commercial bakery business for 25 years at 8458 Commercial Ave., business founded by late Anton Wysocki, “Alex Wysocki to Receive Baker Degree” – 1939-12-15 p2
  2625. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1939-7-18 p8
  2626. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-8 p5
  2627. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-15 p8
  2628. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1939-8-29 p8
  2629. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1939-10-17 p8
  2630. Wyszynski, W. H. pharmacy, 8759 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-28 p8
  2631. Wyzneer, Edmond, 8116 Coles Ave., “Gayety Theater Passes Being Mailed” – 1939-10-26 p2
  2632. Yopchinski, Frances, “Only Yesterday”, reprinted from Aug. 11, 1896 – 1939-9-23 p5
  2633. Zabka, Clifton, Clifford, George & Stanley, “Name Tonight’s Warblers” – 1939-12-20 p2
  2634. Zabka, Frank, 9526 Commercial Ave., “Defeat of Sox Weakens Fan; Dies in Hospital” – 1939-8-23 p1
  2635. Zabka, Stanley & George, “South Chicago Y Quota for Camp Nearly Reached” – 1939-7-21 p1-2
  2636. Zaborowski, Mrs. K., “Red Cross Unit in Hegewisch Starts Drive” – 1939-11-24 p1
  2637. Zabrowski, Mildred, 29 years old, 9958 Ave. M, “East Side Woman Driver Fined $25” – 1939-9-7 p1
  2638. Zagoczewski, Joseph, 28 years old, 8407 Escanaba Ave., “Too Much Liquor Causes Lots of Excitement; Arrests Then Follow” – 1939-10-21 p1-2
  2639. Zahrewski, Walter, 20 years old, 8727 Burley Ave.., “South Chicago Women Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-9-22 p1
  2640. Zalaszewski, Mrs. Anna, 67 years old, 8538 Essex Ave., “Slips on Floor and Sustains Cut on Head” – 1939-11-24 p2
  2641. Zale, Miss Helen, 8749 Manistee Ave., “Back From Paw Paw” – 1939-8-5 p1
  2642. Zalenski, Stanley, 47 years old, 8726 Exchange Ave., “Fractures Leg When He Falls From Ladder” – 1939-9-18 p1
  2643. Zalewski, William, “Rubbish Fire, Wind Damage 2 Buildings” – 1939-10-6 p1
  2644. Zaluski, Stanley, “South Shore Men Found Dead; One, Suicide” – 1938-8-29 p1
  2645. Zaokopny Accordion School, 32 East 119th, advertisement – 1939-12-8 p2
  2646. Zaokopny Accordion School, 32 East 119th, advertisement – 1939-12-15 p2
  2647. Zaokopny, Steve T., owner of music schools at 32 East 1119th & 900 West 79th St., “Accordion Instruction” – 1939-12-21 p6
  2648. Zarek, M. F., & J. Zarek, “Paul Kohnke Elected Head of Legion Post” – 1939-8-7 p1
  2649. Zarek, M. F., picture, “Navy Day” – 1939-10-26 p1
  2650. Zarek, Mary Eileen, “Sons of Legion to Install Officers” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2651. Zarek, Michael, “Over 5,000 Attend South Deering Celebration” – 1939-7-5 p2
  2652. Zarek, Michael, “East Side “Up in Arms” Over Fire Ruin Smell” – 1939-7-22 p1-2
  2653. Zarek, Michael F., Joseph Zarek & Mrs. Cyrilla Zarek, “Legion Units to Install Officers” – 1939-9-23 p1
  2654. Zarek, Michael F., Joseph Zarek & Mrs. Cyrilla Zarek, “Policeman to be Given Heroism Medal at Legion Installation Ceremony” – 1939-9-29 p2
  2655. Zarek, Michael F., Joseph Zarek, Cyrilla Zarek, “Capacity Crowd Attends Installation Ceremony of Burke-O’Malley Post” – 1939-9-30 p1-2
  2656. Zarek, Michael, “Extra! Kind Words Spoken For Press as Certificate is Awarded to Daily Calumet” – 1939-12-2 p1-2
  2657. Zarek, Michael F., “Capacity Crowd Expected to Attend Benefit Affair of Legion Post” – 1939-12-15 p1
  2658. Zarek, Patrick, “Sons of Legion to Install Officers” – 1939-10-12 p1
  2659. Zarek, Victor, 9925 Exchange Ave., “Ankle Sprained When Struck By Auto” – 1939-11-21 p1
  2660. Zaremba, Anthony, 8701 Exchange Ave., “Learns Man on Right Has Right of Way” – 1939-7-31 p1
  2661. Zawacki, Geraldine & Ruth, “Girl Graduate Honored at Gay Dinner” – 1939-7-1 p2
  2662. Zawacki, Mark Stanley, newly baptized infant, “Babies Baptized at SS. Peter-Paul Church” – 1939-10-9 p1
  2663. Zawistawski, Walter, 8428 Green Bay Ave., “10 Bandits Invade Southeastern Chicago” – 1939-8-21 p1
  2664. Zawistowski, J., 8717 Manistee Ave., “Sixteen Pieces of Real Estate Sold in District” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2665. Zbenk, Stephen, 25 years old, 8247 Burley Ave., “Girl, Boy Injured in Auto Mishaps” – 1939-7-14 p1
  2666. Zbieranek, Dr. A., chiropractor, 9139 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1938-8-26 p7
  2667. Zbieranek, Dr. A., office at 9139 Commercial Ave., “Ten Years Ago” – 1938-8-27 p4
  2668. Zbieranek, Dr. A., chiropractor, 9139 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1938-8-27 p7
  2669. Zbieranek, Dr. A., chiropractor, 9139 Commercial Ave., advertisement – 1938-8-29 p7
  2670. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-1 p6
  2671. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-3 p5
  2672. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-5 p6
  2673. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-6 p6
  2674. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-7 p6
  2675. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-8 p6
  2676. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-10 p6
  2677. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-11 p6
  2678. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-12 p6
  2679. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-13 p6
  2680. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-14 p6
  2681. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-15 p6
  2682. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-17 p6
  2683. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-18 p6
  2684. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-19 p6
  2685. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-20 p6
  2686. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-21 p6
  2687. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-22 p6
  2688. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-24 p6
  2689. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-25 p6
  2690. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-26 p6
  2691. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-27 p6
  2692. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-28 p6
  2693. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-29 p6
  2694. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-31 p6
  2695. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-1 p6
  2696. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-2 p6
  2697. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-3 p6
  2698. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-4 p6
  2699. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-5 p6
  2700. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-7 p6
  2701. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-8 p6
  2702. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-9 p6
  2703. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-10 p6
  2704. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-11 p6
  2705. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-12 p6
  2706. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-14 p6
  2707. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-15 p6
  2708. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-16 p6
  2709. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-17 p6
  2710. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-18 p6
  2711. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-19 p6
  2712. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-21 p6
  2713. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-22 p6
  2714. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-23 p7
  2715. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-24 p7
  2716. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-25 p7
  2717. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-26 p7
  2718. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-28 p7
  2719. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-29 p7
  2720. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-30 p7
  2721. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-31 p7
  2722. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-1 p7
  2723. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-2 p7
  2724. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-5 p7
  2725. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-6 p7
  2726. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-7 p7
  2727. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-8 p7
  2728. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-9 p7
  2729. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-11 p7
  2730. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-12 p7
  2731. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-13 p7
  2732. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-14 p7
  2733. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-15 p7
  2734. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-16 p7
  2735. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-18 p7
  2736. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-19 p7
  2737. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-20 p7
  2738. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-22 p7
  2739. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-23 p7
  2740. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-25 p7
  2741. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-26 p7
  2742. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-27 p7
  2743. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-28 p7
  2744. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-29 p7
  2745. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-30 p7
  2746. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-2 p7
  2747. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-3 p7
  2748. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-4 p7
  2749. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-5 p7
  2750. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-6 p7
  2751. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-7 p7
  2752. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-9 p7
  2753. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-10 p7
  2754. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-11 p7
  2755. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-12 p7
  2756. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-13 p7
  2757. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-14 p7
  2758. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-16 p7
  2759. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-17 p7
  2760. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-18 p7
  2761. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-18 p7
  2762. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-20 p7
  2763. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-21 p7
  2764. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-23 p7
  2765. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-24 p7
  2766. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-25 p7
  2767. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-26 p7
  2768. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-27 p7
  2769. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-28 p7
  2770. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-30 p7
  2771. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-31 p7
  2772. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-1 p7
  2773. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-2 p7
  2774. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-3 p7
  2775. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-4 p7
  2776. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-6 p7
  2777. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-7 p7
  2778. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-8 p7
  2779. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-9 p7
  2780. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-10 p7
  2781. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-11 p7
  2782. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-13 p7
  2783. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-14 p7
  2784. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-15 p7
  2785. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-16 p7
  2786. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-17 p7
  2787. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-18 p7
  2788. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-21 p7
  2789. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-22 p7
  2790. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-24 p7
  2791. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-25 p7
  2792. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-27 p7
  2793. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-28 p7
  2794. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-29 p7
  2795. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-30 p7
  2796. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-1 p7
  2797. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-2 p7
  2798. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-4 p7
  2799. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-5 p7
  2800. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-6 p7
  2801. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-7 p7
  2802. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-8 p7
  2803. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-9 p7
  2804. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-11 p7
  2805. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-12 p7
  2806. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-13 p11
  2807. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-14 p7
  2808. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-15 p7
  2809. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-16 p7
  2810. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-18 p7
  2811. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-19 p7
  2812. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-20 p7
  2813. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-21 p7
  2814. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-22 p7
  2815. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-23 p7
  2816. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-26 p7
  2817. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-27 p7
  2818. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-28 p7
  2819. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-29 p7
  2820. Zbieranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-30 p7
  2821. Zbur, Michael, 15 years old, 8509 Mackinaw Ave., “Boy Seriously Injured By I. C. Train” – 1939-8-7 p1
  2822. Zdrojeski, Mrs. Al, daughter Elaine, 8455 Crandon Ave., “To Return Thursday” – 1939-8-8 p1
  2823. Zdrojewski, Edwin, 34 years old, 8249 Escanaba Ave., “One Injured in Automobile Accident” – 1939-12-21 p1
  2824. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-1 p6
  2825. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-3 p5
  2826. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-5 p6
  2827. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-6 p6
  2828. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-7 p6
  2829. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-8 p6
  2830. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-10 p6
  2831. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-11 p6
  2832. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-12 p6
  2833. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-13 p6
  2834. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-14 p6
  2835. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-15 p6
  2836. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-17 p6
  2837. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-18 p6
  2838. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-19 p6
  2839. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-20 p6
  2840. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-21 p6
  2841. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-22 p6
  2842. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-24 p6
  2843. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-25 p6
  2844. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-26 p6
  2845. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-27 p6
  2846. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-28 p6
  2847. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-29 p6
  2848. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-7-31 p6
  2849. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-1 p6
  2850. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-2 p6
  2851. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-3 p6
  2852. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-4 p6
  2853. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-5 p6
  2854. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-7 p6
  2855. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-8 p6
  2856. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-9 p6
  2857. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-10 p6
  2858. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-11 p6
  2859. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-12 p6
  2860. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-14 p6
  2861. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-15 p6
  2862. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-16 p6
  2863. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-17 p6
  2864. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-18 p6
  2865. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-19 p6
  2866. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-21 p6
  2867. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-22 p6
  2868. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-23 p7
  2869. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-24 p7
  2870. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-25 p7
  2871. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-26 p7
  2872. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-28 p7
  2873. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-29 p7
  2874. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-30 p7
  2875. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-8-31 p7
  2876. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-1 p7
  2877. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-2 p7
  2878. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-5 p7
  2879. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-6 p7
  2880. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-7 p7
  2881. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-8 p7
  2882. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-9 p7
  2883. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-11 p7
  2884. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-12 p7
  2885. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-13 p7
  2886. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-14 p7
  2887. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-15 p7
  2888. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-16 p7
  2889. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-18 p7
  2890. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-19 p7
  2891. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-20 p7
  2892. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-22 p7
  2893. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-23 p7
  2894. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-25 p7
  2895. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-26 p7
  2896. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-27 p7
  2897. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-28 p7
  2898. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-29 p7
  2899. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-9-30 p7
  2900. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-2 p7
  2901. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-3 p7
  2902. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-4 p7
  2903. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-5 p7
  2904. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-6 p7
  2905. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-7 p7
  2906. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-9 p7
  2907. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-10 p7
  2908. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-11 p7
  2909. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-12 p7
  2910. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-13 p7
  2911. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-14 p7
  2912. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-16 p7
  2913. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-17 p7
  2914. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-18 p7
  2915. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-19 p7
  2916. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-20 p7
  2917. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-21 p7
  2918. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-23 p7
  2919. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-24 p7
  2920. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-25 p7
  2921. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-26 p7
  2922. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-27 p7
  2923. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-28 p7
  2924. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-30 p7
  2925. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-10-31 p7
  2926. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-1 p7
  2927. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-2 p7
  2928. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-3 p7
  2929. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-4 p7
  2930. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-6 p7
  2931. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-7 p7
  2932. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-8 p7
  2933. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-9 p7
  2934. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-10 p7
  2935. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-11 p7
  2936. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-13 p7
  2937. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-14 p7
  2938. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-15 p7
  2939. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-16 p7
  2940. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-17 p7
  2941. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-18 p7
  2942. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-21 p7
  2943. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-22 p7
  2944. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-24 p7
  2945. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-25 p7
  2946. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-27 p7
  2947. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-28 p7
  2948. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-29 p7
  2949. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-11-30 p7
  2950. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-1 p7
  2951. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-2 p7
  2952. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-4 p7
  2953. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-5 p7
  2954. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-6 p7
  2955. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-7 p7
  2956. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-8 p7
  2957. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-9 p7
  2958. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-11 p7
  2959. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-12 p7
  2960. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-13 p11
  2961. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-14 p7
  2962. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-15 p7
  2963. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-16 p7
  2964. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-18 p7
  2965. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-19 p7
  2966. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-20 p7
  2967. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-21 p7
  2968. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-22 p7
  2969. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-23 p7
  2970. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-26 p7
  2971. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-27 p7
  2972. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-28 p7
  2973. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-29 p7
  2974. Zebranek, Dr., of Drs. Zbieranek & Zebranek advertisement, 9139 Commercial Ave. – 1939-12-30 p7
  2975. Zebranek, Dr. Eugene, wife, “Zebraneks in Florida” – 1939-8-14 p1
  2976. Ze Branek, Dr. Eugene, wife, office at 9139 Commercial Ave., “Ze Braneks Return” – 1939-9-6 p1
  2977. Zebranek, Dr. Eugene, 9139 Commercial Ave., “Guards Stolen” – 1939-12-19 p1
  2978. Zelasny, Dr. A., “Ankle Broken in Fall on Sidewalk” – 1939-12-29 p1
  2979. Zelazny, Dr. A., 13256 Baltimore Ave., “Expectant Mother Seriously Injured in Automobile Accident” & “Southeasterners Bitten By Dogs Over Weekend” – 1938-8-29 p1-2
  2980. Zelazny, Dr. A., 13256 Baltimore Ave., “Child Knocked Down by Auto” – 1939-7-7 p1
  2981. Zelazny, Dr. A., “Automobiles Collide in Hegewisch” – 1939-9-6 p1
  2982. Zelazny, Mrs. Anthony, “500 Friends Pay Tribute to Hegewisch Man on Birthday Anniversary” – 1939-12-20 p1
  2983. Zelinka, Hugh, 7133 Yates Ave., “Automobiles Tampered With Over Week End” – 1939-12-11 p1
  2984. Zembzuski, Mrs. Charlotte, 8014 Coles Ave., “Name Prize Winners at Commonwealth Ed.” – 1939-9-18 p1
  2985. Zemke, Gordon, 10637 Champlain Ave., “South Shore Boy Hurt in Auto Mishap” – 1939-9-16 p1
  2986. Zemma, Rudolph, 12 years old, “Girl Wears Arm in Sling; Result of Fall” – 1939-7-28 p2
  2987. Zencka, Mrs. Angelia, 25 years old, 8839 Houston Ave., “Woman Poisoned By Food; Bun to be Examined” – 1939-9-16 p1
  2988. Zencka, Henry, “So. Shore Squibs” – 1939-7-31 p2
  2989. Zenska, Peter J., & sons Robert & Peter Jr., 8535 Exchange Ave., “Zenskas Return From Vacation” – 1939-7-17 p1
  2990. Zenska, Raymond, “School Day Marks Library Week Today” – 1939-11-17 p2
  2991. Zerajeski, J., 40 years old, 8455 Crandon Ave., “Bicyclist Knocked Down By Autoist” – 1939-11-3 p1
  2992. Zerebing, Michael, 23 years old, 8323 Mackinaw Ave., “Woman Killed, 3 Injured in Auto Accident” – 1939-7-10 p1
  2993. Ziak, Joseph, owns store at 8426 Mackinaw Ave., “Milk Store in District Being Picketed” – 1939-11-17 p1
  2994. Zienkiewicz, William, 19 years old, 8242 Mackinaw Ave., “Two Caught Syhoning Gasoline” – 1939-8-30 p1
  2995. Zienkiewicz, William, 19 years old, 8242 Mackinaw Ave., “State’s Atty’s Office to Quiz Two Youths” – 1939-8-31 p1
  2996. Zielinski, Constantine, “Tavern Owners to Install Officers” – 1939-12-30 p1
  2997. Zielinski, Joseph, owns meat market at 13248 Baltimore Ave., “Hold Hegewisch Woman on Confidence Charge” – 1939-11-25 p1
  2998. Zielinski, Konstanty, “Vote Against License Increase” – 1939-12-15 p1
  2999. Zielinski, Ms., “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  3000. Zielinski, Stanley, “Toast Tendered By Candlelight in South Shore” – 1939-12-5 p3
  3001. Zilke, Rudolph Jr., 16 years old, 8500 Crandon Ave., “Hose Cuts Nose of Boy in Argument” – 1939-8-24 p1
  3002. Zinski, Richard, 16 years old, 1610 East 82nd, “4 Unidentified Men Assault 16-Year-Old Boy” – 1939-10-9 p1
  3003. Zintek, Anthony, chief clerk of South Chicago Court, “Chief Clerk Here” – 1939-7-19 p2
  3004. Zintek, Anthony R., “South Chicago Court Obtains Time Piece” – 1939-11-4 p1
  3005. Ziolkowski, Edward, 8749 Manistee Ave., “Confined to Bed” – 1939-11-4 p1
  3006. Ziolkowski, Felix, wife, 8757 Baltimore Ave., “At Paw Paw” – 1939-8-17 p1
  3007. Ziolkowski, Felix, “Over-Flow Crowd Attends 10th Ward GOP Meeting” – 1939-9-14 p1
  3008. Ziolkowski, Felix J., wife Lillian, “At South Shore Hospital” – 1939-12-6 p1
  3009. Ziolkowski, Felix, “Life for GOP Begins in ’40, Timm Declares” – 1939-12-7 p1-2
  3010. Ziolkowski, Joseph, 8739 Manistee Ave., “Window Broken” – 1939-9-18 p2
  3011. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-5 p1
  3012. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-6 p1-2
  3013. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-7 p1
  3014. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-10 p1
  3015. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-11 p1
  3016. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-12 p1
  3017. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-13 p1
  3018. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-14 p1
  3019. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-15 p1
  3020. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-17 p1
  3021. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-18 p1
  3022. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-19 p1
  3023. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-20 p1
  3024. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-21 p1
  3025. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-22 p1
  3026. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-24 p1
  3027. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-26 p1
  3028. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-27 p1
  3029. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-28 p1
  3030. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-29 p1
  3031. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-31 p1
  3032. Ziolkowski, Mrs. L., “St. Michael Carnival to Open Tonight” – 1939-8-3 p1
  3033. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian, “Daily Honor Roll” – 1939-7-8 p1
  3034. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian, “Every Vote Needed to Win $1000 or $500” – 1939-7-25 p1
  3035. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian, “Workers Meet For St. Michael Carnival” – 1939-7-29 p2
  3036. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian, (picture), 8701 Baltimore Ave., “Thanks”, “Here’s First Four Prize Winners” & “Women Best Men in Big ‘Sub’ Race” – 1939-8-7 p1-2
  3037. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian, picture “Receiving $250 Contest Prize” – 1939-8-9 p1
  3038. Ziolkowski, Mrs. Lillian E., “Notice” – 1939-8-15 p2
  3039. Zmigrodzki, Stanley, “Hitler to Be Burned in Effigy” – 1939-10-14 p1
  3040. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-11 p6
  3041. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-15 p6
  3042. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-18 p6
  3043. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-22 p6
  3044. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-25 p7
  3045. Zolecki, Kazimier, wife Caroline, “Registration of Land Title” – 1939-8-29 p7
  3046. Zuchowski, Joseph P., (picture), “Ald. Thomas J. Daley Cuts Ribbon to Open Bus Service” – 1939-9-18 p1
  3047. Zuchowski, Mrs. Louis, & Miss Helen, both of 8018 Brandon Ave., “Blochs, Zuchowskis On Vacation” – 1939-7-13 p1
  3048. Zulaski, Joseph, 22 years old, 13412 Mackinaw Ave., “Thru Stop Light” – 193-9-1 p1
  3049. Zurek, Vera, 28 years old, 8611 Saginaw Ave., “Six Hurt in Auto Accident at 87th, Jeffrey Ave. – 1939-9-25 p1
  3050. Zurowski, Edward, 8349 Mackinaw Ave., “Woman Hurt in Automobile Accident” – 1939-9-25 p2
  3051. Zwierzchowski, Stanley, “Red Cross Relief Show to Be Given” – 1939-11-25 p1
  3052. Zwierzynski, Edwin, wife, newborn daughter, 8608 Houston Ave., “New Born Sons Give World “Once Over”” – 1939-9-20 p1