By JEFFREY LEARMAN The Associated Press — This story appears in the March 7 issue of The Associated News.
It appears in print on March 7, 2019.
The billboard above is one of those that has become a staple of the West Side of Chicago, the kind of image you get when you walk down the street and there is a billboard with the same name.
It is a photo of a woman sitting at a table, surrounded by people and looking up at a camera.
The caption reads, “WELCOME TO THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS BROADCASTING COMPANY.”
It is taken from a billboard in the same neighborhood that was painted in honor of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
Cutler was killed in a plane crash.
The other two billboards in the West side, one of them a former president’s home, have been retired.
Cutler is a fixture in the area, a city legend who played football at Northwestern University.
Cutler, a three-time Pro Bowl quarterback and the winningest quarterback in NFL history, had a big part in revitalizing the Westside.
The area is named for him, as are the two other former presidents who were also active in politics.
The man in the foreground, Joe DiMaggio, was a Chicago police officer who served on the Wests side from 1967 to 1971.
DiMoggio was a longtime fixture in Chicago politics and the city’s first African-American mayor, winning re-election in 1974.
Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett, who played for the Bears from 1999 to 2007, is also featured in the one above.
The message is simple: “Come home, Joe, come home.”
The other billboard is a picture of former U.S. President Richard Nixon, who was born in Chicago and was the last president to attend college.
The two are both from the same ZIP code in Westchester County.
Nixon left the White House at 70 and later died in office.
Former President Bill Clinton was born and raised in West Chicago.
He is the second president to be memorialized on a billboard.
Former president Ronald Reagan was one of two former presidents from the United States who visited Westchester in 1982, and former President George H.W. Bush was one from Texas.
The city’s mayor, Richard J. Daley, is one who is a former member of the U.K.’s Parliament.
The sign at the top of the billboard says “The West Side has a history.
It has a story.”
He is referring to the fact that there are former presidents and former presidents.
Darryl W. Perry, the president of the United Nations, is featured in another billboard.
He was born there and grew up in West, which was then called East Side.
Perry was born at 18 and raised there.
The last president who played basketball was President Harry Truman, who attended Westchester High School.
His wife, Sally, was from Westchester, and they had two daughters.
Ditto for former President Ronald Reagan, who visited the city during his first term in office in the mid-1970s.
He left office at age 62 and died at the age of 82.
The U.N. headquarters is the last one in the city.
Former presidents Richard Nixon and George H W Bush are also featured on the billboards.
Former vice president Al Gore, a native of Westchester who was raised there, was one who grew up on the streets of Chicago.
Gore was born on the East Side, lived there and was an early advocate of the Windy City’s involvement in the AIDS epidemic.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was born here, but he was not a Westside resident.
Rod Blagojevich, a Westchester native, was born into a middle-class family.
His parents moved to Florida, where he attended the University of South Florida.
Former Sen. Ted Kennedy was born to parents from South Carolina.
Former Rep. Peter Kennedy, who grew to be one of the city ‘s most influential Republicans, is the son of a former U:S.
congressman from South Dakota.
Former U. S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich was born a Chicagoan.
He grew up just outside of the Chicago area and has always maintained a close relationship with his hometown.
He played baseball for the Chicago White Sox from 1983 to 1995.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who moved to Washington, D.C., in 2008, is not from Chicago.
Former Illinois Gov.
Pat Quinn was born just outside Chicago.
Quinn, a Democrat, was the mayor of Chicago for 14 years.
Former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush, who became a Florida governor in 2005, was raised in the state, but never attended college.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton was raised by her mother in Miami, Florida, and is a longtime resident of Miami Beach, where her parents, both former presidents, were born.
Former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama are the