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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 2, 1969, Chicago, Illinois Take one by leis Marks mac1? t\ilrk>1a k by to m havin8a hard time Good buddy a in Short m by a ii 1 m 01,1 of work and bread has landlord Tom a t win 1 come up with no scratch a my problems a a pay up or p 0111 1 got pity i said in my Saddest voice. A i went Down to try to get on and and they would t even talk to me. Some cat told me if i went out to the Airport i could probably get me a gig out there but that a too Damn far to travel just to make a few Bucks a week six Banks have turned me Down for a loan a just when i need a loan in the worst Way. Now can Vou imagine that Man them Banks ainu to no Good ainu to nothing wrong with my credit not now i used to buy a whole Heap of junk on credit i bout my color to my �?T69 c Addy my sex girl friends Mink coat and about fifty thousand ars Worth of other things including some expensive rings and watches on credit a just last year along a r1 d.? y0u had a co or to and 1 vent seen Vou drive that Caddy convertible in a Long time a .�,"ih?1,s just who i m taking about when my uck go bad All them folks came to my pad and started picking up things a the to my hog my furniture my jewelry mex girls Mink a everything things got so bad i had to get me a lawyer and file bankruptcy so it give me no bad credit rating a a you filed bankruptcy a a yeah. I got tired of them folks bugging me about payments. Now they can t touch me. Tile Only Guy who a bugging me now is the lawyer i got to file for me. He a a helluva Sweet guv with lots of soul. Vou know i went in to see him yesterday and when he asked me when he was going to get the rest of his three Hundred dollars and i told him i pay him just As soon As i could get me a loan. That Man did no to say a mumbling word. He just sat there kind of still like and pretty soon water came into his eyes. I reckon he Felt real sorry for me a cause he cried for about ten minutes finally he stood up and turned his Back to me and kind of whispered a emr. Mackey. Why the hell Don t Vou get out of my Damn office before i something a you have to want to pay a Man like that his dough now if i could just get a Bank to lend me about a say thousand dollars i believe i could make it at least until sometime next year. Maybe by then my Luck will change and i could get me a Jot close to Home and get on my feet a How would you pay that big a loan Back a Man. If i get me a Good paying Job then the Banks won t be scared to lend me Money. So i just borrow from some other Bank and pay off the Bank that makes me the loan now a Quot but you Are a Quot i am also unemployed and in need of bread Quot i hey Good buddy maybe you la cosign on the loan for me i got the forms right Here. You just sign your name where the Man has marked the x and then fill out this credit he this Friend of mine a pushed the paper toward me i tried to look at the forms a $15,Ock of plus interest for two years repayable in monthly instalments of a and my vision blurred the water that had filled my eyes was beginning to drip Down my Cheeks onto the papers. Finally when the words could be controlled. I said As quietly As i could Quot Mack. Why the hell done to you get out of Here before i commit a very serious crime a area five attend meet with members of Cal when Iii for childhood association education International Asci met recently at the Midland hotel recently to hear the Story tellers of the Chicago Story league demonstrate their illustrious talents of Story song and puppetry five women from the bulletin area were among them. Mrs. Evelyn l. Edwards 7259 Michigan. President of the Chicago area Branch of aces presided at the meeting mrs. Aramentha Matthews 9322 Peoria who was program chairman for the Day is a former Story Teller and member of Chicago Story league told a Story concerning the background and purposes of the organization in addition to introducing the guests. Other area women in attendance at the meeting included mrs. Rudolph Jackson 445 e. H6 Dolores Brown 7755 Rhodes and mrs. Venona Johnson 8041 St. Lawrence. Activities at the meeting included a listening to delightful stories geared to the interest level of children from Nursery through 8th Grade and having aces members share various ideas with the Chicago Story league As to the value of storytelling As a teaching Aid. Assoc aug n f o r childhood education International aces is an organization of More than 60,000 members and 603 aces branches located in Canada Korea Republic of China. Puerto Rico and the . Purposes of the association include working for the education and Well being of children by a a promoting Wilson drama Guild casts 15 from area when Wilson Campus drama Guild of Chicago City College presented Cole porters musical comedy a out of this world a at the auditorium at 69th and Stewart March 26, 27 and 28, 15 area students had leading roles. Five performances of the musical were scheduled beginning wednesday March 26at 3 15 ., and for 3 15 And 8 30 On thursday and Friday March 27-28. Student leads from bulletin areas included Shaun Bryant 7421 Prairie As Choloe Fernand Larrieu 7002 Rhodes alternating As Joe Judy earner 9052 May As Diana David Murray 9305 Emerald As Apollo. Among others residing in the area in the cast Are Jennifer Avery 9150 Wallace Roosevelt Baker 7428 Champlain Saundra Benton 1545 w. 61st Vivian Doss 8144 har Vard Hilda Harris 443 e. 70th Karon Moore 8945 Blackstone Marcia Peterson 6828 Ada Jean Pinkston 6507 Kimbark Deborah Thompson 6004 Bishop Michael Waltonen 6815 Parnell and Julius Williams 6833 Langley. The Cole Porter production was under the direction of h. Adrian Rehner professor of speach at the Wilson Campus 7047 Stewart. Desirable conditions programs and practices in the schools Nursery through elementary grades it raising the Standard of preparation and encouraging continued professional growth of teachers and leaders in this Field a a bringing into Active cooperation All groups concerned with children in school the Home and the Community and finally informing the Public of the needs of children and How the school must be adjusted to fit those needs a a aces is a non profit organization supported by dues and Sale of publications and books. Annual dues including a subscription to a monthly bulletin Are $10. Wednesday april 2, 19699 thi bulletin program plans set registration and open House for a project you sponsored by Park Manor Chatham decentralized y we a., will be held wednesday april 2. And thursday. April 3. On wednesday the millinery class which meets from 7 to 9 pm will present a revue of hats created during the past eight weeks. Interested persons May attend the open House at 7 00 pm at 548 e 86th pm. Those interested in taking advanced millinery instruction May Register for the Spring term after students Are awarded their certificates. Thursday evening from 7 to 9 pm at Park Manor congregational Church 7000 King ., students in the dressmaking class and the slim trim class taught by miss Beverly Hunter will present open House. Garments completed by the dressmaking class under the supervision of mrs. Oree t. Easier will be on display. Two other activities will also be a part of a project you this Spring. Mrs. Ardella Wilkinson teacher of beginning catering and fancy cooking stated that her students would learn the secrets of baking bread and cakes How to make holds and desserts techniques on menu planning and preparation of main dishes. There will be a special lesson on setting a Beautiful Tea table and making hours oeuvres which will be a a a must for ladies who like to give a attend teas. The second new activity for a project you is make up and Charm. Miss Roxie Lee the Charm teacher stated that the course will be divided into sessions on Basic skin care Basic and corrective make up Eye make up with or without false eyelashes wardrobe planning How to acquire a Graceful walk and other social graces. Persons interested in any of the thursday evening activities should attend open House and registration at Park Manor Church 7000 King or. April 3 from 7-9 pm or Call the y w c a at by 3-8781. New at Roberts see the Simmons sleep shop choose any headboard when choose the Simmons design a bed ensemble with the firmness that Hest suits your needs medium firm extra firm or regular firm plus a sturdy Metal Frame. Then select at no extra Cost any one of the 9 attractive decorator headboards. The one you like Hest of these Fine Wood brass and plastic designs. You buy a Quality Simmons set ii brass i Walnut gleaming brass danish style Wood now Only Whit provincial Wood Long wearing Woven Stripe cover a Sani Seal protected cover. Guards against bacteria odor and mildew a smooth top. No buttons no Tufts sturdy Metal Frame with casters s250 per week for the regular firm washable plastic everything is included. There is no Mikin Bice Blu mounted rame Sprng headboard and rolling Caster Rich Maple Immons Honey Maple finish handsome velveteen r decorator plastic i i m i my Ftp try 608 closed Friday april 4th in respect to the memory of or. Martin Luther King we Are proud to introduce the Quot Madiera Quot by Dolly Madison. Mediterranean Wood Grain finish on tempered hardboard. The Mirror like Luster of the hand rubbed top you la treasure forever. Drawers Are guaranteed never to stick. Panel bed 5 drawer Chest Dresser framed Mirror night stand extra $19.95 yours for Only $300 a week jewelry and Home furnishings 6317 cottage Grove ave. By 3-5800 free parking across the Street

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