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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 7, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Freedom fighters receive Aid from area croup by Sam Washington hoping to add impetus to the civil rights struggle in the South a Chicago fraternal organization this week received visitors from Bogalusa Louisiana and contributed $500 to the funds being solicited by the six member Bogalusa team. Lavernon Cornelius 7458 Michigan. Worshipful master of Olive Branch masonic Lodge no. 94, Prince Hall 809 e. 42nd pl., presented the $500 Check to the civil rights party in his Home monday night and reported to the bulletin that a fall 126 members of the Lodge have voiced their support of the civil rights program being carried out in the civil rights six gathered in the Home of Cornelius and told a bulletin reporter that the need for Money was the consequence of heavy fines levied against Bogalusa citizens who revolted against the Power structures anti negro measures. According to a spokesman for the group mrs. Gayle Jenkins. The a policies reached its Zenith last october when 90 negro school children were arrested during a protest March on the City a school superintendents office. A ten demands had been submitted to the mrs. Gayle asserted a asking for better books and other additions to the woefully inadequate program in the negro schools in thursday april 7, 19663 the bulletin amyl an ii ass i. 63rd its Ati held Over for i week starting Friday april 8th Sidney Poitier Anne Bancroft in Quot the slender thread a plus a James Coburn Gila go of and Lee j. Cobb in Quot our in Flint starting Friday april 15th Sidney Poitier Elizabeth Hartman in a a Patch of Blue Quot a plus a "7 slaves against the world Quot mrs. Jenkins revealed that i the brutality shown the youngsters was the outgrowth of the successful organization of her group the Bogalusa voter league and another the deacons of Justice and defense. A the league was formed to get More voters registered so they could take part in the where to fore limited democratic processes in Bogalusa a said mrs. Jenkins. Since the school childrens walkout and demonstration the racial situation in Bogalusa deteriorated to the almost daily occur Ance of racial incidents and brought about the creation of the deacons of Justice and defense. According to Sam Barnes an original member of the group the deacons were formed to give added Protection to negro citizens of the City. We done to think of ourselves As being doers of violence a asserted Barnes a neither do we plan to take the Law into our own hands. Our Only objective is to preserve peace to the Best of our abilities and in the interest of the citizens of the Bogalusa delegation Hopes to raise enough Money to replenish their Freedom fighting Treasury. Some of the Money raised by the group will be used to defend the marching kids tomorrow april 8. A Many of the civil rights groups working in the area will be on hand to give their help and support at the trial Friday a commented the delegates. A with the funds we have received in Chicago and other cities we have a much better Chance of financing a winning court fight. If we can win that the chances of getting More equal rights for negroes in Bogalusa will be increased Freedom fighters deacons of Justice and defense a Bogalusa Louisiana based group came into town this week and met with the worshipful master of Olive Branch masonic Lodge no. 94 Prince Hall love non Cornelius 7458 Michigan. The fraternity organization presented the deacons with a $500 Check to Aid their Campaign. Sam Washington assistant editor of the bulletin Sam Barnes mrs. Mary Williams mrs. Gail Jenkins Royan Burris and Lavernon Cornelius worshipful master of the Olive Branch masonic Lodge presents Check to Sam Barnes an original member of the deacons. 700 e. 87th St. Phone 8 /a/\�?z3 state labor head reports area unemployed decrease everything to make your Chilli party in Success 1,000 party 4 Fig favors ohly in leotards it Ballet shoes All new go Joi clothes Mattel toy Headquarters toys hobbies \ juvenile furniture 1708-1710 East 79th St. Re 4-4510 is 5-9664 state director of labor John e. Cullerton this week reported a decrease in the number of individuals claiming benefits under the Illinois unemployment compensation program in the bulletin area during the week ended March 12. The director stated that a decline in the number of workers affected by layoffs and an increase in the number of claimants who returned to construction work due to an improvement in the weather contributed substantially to the decrease in the number of persons filing claims. The number of local individuals claiming Illinois unemployment benefits decreased to 776 in the week Long period. There were 5.1 percent fewer than in the preceding week 799 and 27 percent fewer than in the comparable week one year ago 1013. The statewide total included 6,646 persons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 16 percent less than the 7,949 in the preceding week and 35 percent less than the ,-175 in the comparable week last year. The number of claimants in Cook and Dusage counties decreased to 30,470. There were 3.8 percent fewer than in the preceding week 31,685 and 31 percent fewer than in the comparable week one year ago 44,-410. Included in the total for Cook and Dupage counties were 3.029 persons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 9.4 percent less than the 3.343 in the preceding week and 40 percent less than the 5,005 in the comparable week last year. Samuel c. Bernstein employment Security adminis Trator reported layoffs affecting 1,102 workers in construction 643 workers in miscellaneous manufacturing 208 workers in service industries 177 workers in Trade 169 workers in food products 128 workers in apparel and smaller numbers in other industries. Woodlawn most talked about grocery there is no confusion about where to shop for your groceries when you want the Best Best foods. Come in and visit us. Oscar Mayer Smokie links Oscar Mayer starting $ u3wak match jul neck Bones 2 lbs 4tjc Xai i c j a i i. Stars under Par Woodlawn food Market wh1te i re Friday april 8th for big Days Holdover Quot our Man Flint Quot starring James Coburn Lee j. Cobb a and Gila Golan flus 2nd big hit doors open at 5 30 . Weekdays sat. And Sun. 1 30 . St 3-8995 79th 4 Rhodes brakes shocks a mufflers a alignment Winter weather amps of Tbs _ in Don t take chances repair now at your service Center Good a a a 18�� better brakes refined Drums turned w brakes refined Drums turned wheel cylinders rebuilt a most amen ran cars. Add $7 so Tor heavy duty Bewig. A no Money Down Reg 2 4. S a e 5 Clear plastic seat covers Chanty most cars installed tree a heavy 14 gauge Clear Vinyl a polished on both sides for maximum clearness to let Beauty of original car upholstery show through in j a All seams welted with a continuous Vinyl for Long Wear 6315 Woodlawn Avenue free delivery museum 4-9376 we give Gold Bell Stamps open 24 hours every Day Lonzo White 1966 club Champion of the Chicago executive Golf club not Only won the championship but also captured the year s Low net award. Mrs. Mattie White shares the loot with her Hubby. The couple resides at 7812 St. Lawrence. The executives announced their Spring dance april 16th, at the Parkway ballroom to be followed by their annual tournament june Lith and 12th, at the fabulous Vernon Hills country club . Sanctioned affair. Capitol 79th amp Halsted starting Friday april 8th the lamp in the to endow the earlier Days of american pharmacy was the lighted lamp in the drugstore window. Ail through the night it glowed a Beacon of Hope in Symbol of unselfish service. Although the historic lamp is now practically extinct the fundamentals of pharmaceutical practice have changed but Little. The responsibilities of the pharmacist Are greater today than Ever before a he is a vital Factor in medical care. Your patronage is invited. Seek recessing of cottage Grove recently asking that the land Between 85th and 87th on cottage Grove and East and West of St. Lawrence be reclassified from b5-2 general service to less intensive b5-1 general service were Victoria Davis 8642 Champlain and William l. Smith 8637 Champlain. The application which is signed by the two bulletin area residents will be heard As a part of the april 15 session of the City councils committee on building and zoning. Smith is a District director of the Chatham Avalon Park Community organization. I a a week a Only a c by James Stewart a in a Quot rare Breed a a a and _ Catherine Deneuve a Quot repulsion free bicycle raffle saturday april 9th g matinee 1 30 . A drawing 2 00 . Winner must be present it drawing. A Doon open s 30 . # week Days a sat. It Sun. 1 30 . A see Hes tire bargains Nylon commander As j a Nylon Cord construction for extra strength a exclusive super syn rubber for longer tread life 3 oms Only io45 win j Buck other Low prices Sligo $14oo so Foo i m a Money Down 6.70-15 7.75-14,6.70-15 7.75-14,6.70-15 a bite tube Type Black Tubeless White Tubeless All prices plus tax and tire from your car. I. S s it is Raser 701 e. 79th St. Chicago. Illinois i o n phone s3 -02 3 4 door checks repaired or replaced work guaranteed new and rebuilt door checks a keys made for All locks a new locks installed saws sharpened ind Sei John Donath amp son 6235 Dorchester ave. Phone Dorchester 3-2817 budget account invited instant credit 55.c3 per month Goodrich 700 e. 67th St. Phone 874-7400

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