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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 15, 1965, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin Tii Kudd a k l. 15, it Page 3 business skills promoted in High school programs schools supt. Benjamin c. Willis has reported to the Board of education that As of september 1964, there were 67,516 business education enrolments in Chicago Public High schools. Presently approximately 35 per cent of the population enters managerial office and distributive occupations. The school system is providing facilities to meet the demand. Business classes Are balanced among subjects pertaining to business operation within the free Enterprise system to develop skills and to prepare students to move into employment upon graduation. Included in the program of vocational education Are two cooperative work programs. Chicago boasts the largest distributive education program in the country. Some 46 programs now operate in 42 High schools. Additional programs will be opened in september. Present enrolment is Over 1,000, with students employed for Over 200 business firms. Their annual earnings Are in excess of $1 million. Distributive education prepares students for positions in Selling and merchandising which office occupations Deal with clerical and secretarial work. Rev. Don Shaw Al Park Manor the Park Manor it a will hold its regular meeting at i ., wednesday in the school auditorium 7037 Rhodes. Guest speaker will be Rev. Don Shaw of the plan parenthood association. Your convenient b. F. Goodrich stores this week Onik new wrap around tread i 0 Economy prices Long Miler 330 Nylon tires. Low prices for any car compact cars $ 16 medium cars $ 19 a oohs i Mill 7 Conj i Miu Maili s Mill Buick a cd my a Chiv it la a Cheven Chevrolet a Corvet a Godje a Falcon for jeep a Lancer a old a ply Mould rambler Studebaker a Tempe a Vegeot a vote no Money Down no additional charge for mounting beg instant credit for holders of National credit card Alf Tubeless blackmail prices plus tax soil tire off your car. Add s3.00 for Whitewall. 7 mite t Een a tans 7.10m lick a Chevrolet Corvette a Chapler a i bord a jeep Mercury a of a ii Winil i to Mikiye cd non Noiin a a a mop a Oto Uluvao larger cars 23 a my my counter a Cadillac a Mercery a me a Joettee Surilla it Walton 8249 s. Eberhart for easter Choice charge increases your buying balance is a a no Money Down a no carrying charge when you pay within 30 Days a take months to pay with Only a Smalt carrying charge Iii 3 v v it in till Tea need a m tear monthly Cering balance a p Cap cents we Lufcy $520 ii $26 of 460 m 23 i ado m 20 340 m 17 280 in 14 220 ii h 320 in a so of 5 fill out Ano a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a bring to ooh store Ham address age How Long phone. A own rent employer address _ How Long with employer Kame of your Bank stores where you have credit accounts signature v , b. I. Goodrich stores 6215 cottage Grove no 7-8500 Rianon bldg. 700 e. 87th Street 874-7400 in Chatham acc to Aid drive for policemen takes notes for tue Benefit committee of the Chicago Urban league woman a Board entertained at a press open House in the Urban league offices 4500 Michigan monday april 12, from 4 to 6 Plans for the forum a the american dilemma�?1965,�?� to be held saturday april 24, in the Arie Crown theater of Mccormick place were finalized. In photo above bulletin editor Hurley Green a journal zest As mrs. Lloyd Wheeler 7316 Evans talks of plans for the forum. Edwin c. Berry Cente executive director of the Urban league lends an enthusiastic ear. President of the woman a Board mrs. Clinton King 1235 Astor listens attentively. Participants in the coming forum will he mrs. Ronald tree United states ambassador to the United nations Lemuel b. Hunter vice president of the Inland steel company Ami chairman of the executive committee of the welfare Council of metropolitan Chicago and Whitney m. Young jr., executive director of the National Urban league. Berry strongly urged members to give this Endeavor their whole hearted support. In lower left photo shaping plans for the forum on a the american dilemma�?1965,�?� to he held april 24, in the Arie frown theater of Mccormick place Are mrs. Leonard Burgh 219 e. 70th St. And Chicago Urban league president a. S. Williams. The program is under the auspices of the woman a Hoard of the Urban league. Norman Ross Well known television commentator will serve As the forum s Moderator. The cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce one of americans Argest interracial Trade group recently announced it will assist in the police departments All out drive for new patrolmen in Chicago. The group made the announcement after police supt. O. W. Wilson made an Appeal i by 500 new recruits. In this Apical Wilson emphasized that he Topes to get a number of negroes among the recruits. Deadline for applicants is april 24. William b. Collier jr., 458 e 79th St., chairman of the Board of directors of the chamber said present plans for members do place recruiting posters in All windows of their establishments. Members will also make appeals to youth in the my can a Joys clubs and other places. A we Are proud to be associated in this Effort to improve i he police department and Lope that this and other programs assisting the police and fire departments will Bear Collier told the bulletin. Collier pointed out that a the City of Chicago needs to increase its ability to fight crime. An All out War against the evils of crime can be realistically declared Only when the police Force is adequately staffed and equipped. These same facets of Community service apply to the fire department department of education and Deneen to hold fat fun fair the Deneen school Pat is sponsoring a fun fair at the school 7240 Wabash april 22, j and the Public is invited. Mrs. Ike Pitchford 7256 Perry Pat president stated that the fund raising affair will provide fun and games for both students and parents who attend. Mrs. Robert Brunson 62 w. 74th Street is chairman of the fun fair committee. Other members of the committee Are mrs. Sammie Lane 6955 Michigan mrs. Octavia Nelson 7251 Michigan mrs. Willie Ingram 7341 Perry mrs. Leroy Wilson 7236 Perry mrs. Curtis Bonds 7211 Michigan and mrs. Fred Riggins 7210 Perry. At their regular meeting april 21, the Pat will discuss a physical fitness and our it will be an open Assembly and All parents Are invited to attend. Bulletin want ads pay or. W. 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The committee which met for i the sixth time released a statement saying a the executive committee has considered the matter for several weeks and has come to the conclusion that no action should be taken at i this it will be recalled that judge Leighton a decision in a Case criticism from a great Many areas including police Organ nations and officials who claimed that the police had a right to use any Force necessary in the arrest of two puerto Picans. Judge Leighton had defend ers too. The Harvard Law record a publication of har Yard University Law school declared that there was no grounds for challenging the integrity of the judge. Informed of the circuit court executive committees state involving two off duty Policeto. ,. Men Thomas a. Sutter and Meni judge Leighton said Only Raymond Howard received 1 a i have no comment to mayors committee watches credit abuse in an Effort to remedy some i of the abuses of credit Regula a tons the mayors committee on i new residents this week announced its six recommendations for new credit legislation. The recommendations Call for the outlawing of referrals sales i new defense for buyers Maxi Wood business association after being told of the recommendations stated that a any legislation that will help to Correct abuses of credit regulations can go a Long Way in easing some of the problems we face currently. The Englewood businessman a Assoc a Pillsbury enriched flour 5 la. Ode bag Domino pure Cane sugar 5 bag 49s Pillsbury or Ballard biscuits 4 cans 29� wonder s Grade Quot a Quot Large eggs 39 dozen Borden s Grade Quot a milk half 39 gallon mum limits on finance charges Tion is greatly in favor of see outlawing of deficiency judgments increasing the minimum wages that would be exempt i from wage attachments and establishing a Cooling off period for some contracts. Ing the recommendations come the recommendations came in the Wake of a Public hearing on reports of abuses in the area of consumer credit. Some Alcoa heavy duty aluminium foil 49 Large Roll Lawrence j. Bernstein sex i 37 persons testified at the hear ecu Tive director of the Engle-1 ing. Libby s yellow cling sliced peaches 4 a in a weddin candid Wolk camera Quot your wedding will live forever color or Black and White prints specializing in color movies Call to 3-8837 lil. Wolk Englewood camera 6438 s. Hoisted for appointment open Mon. Amp thurs. To 8 Wonders salad dressing 39 Ltd. Silver cup butter i la. Csc print come to our Cut rate liquor dept. Headquarters for All your liquor and Beer needs at Money saving values a 67th Street store Only Hamm s Ball Park Beer 6 12 of. Mac cans 07 name Brand Gin or Vodka 2&Quot Firth italian Swiss wine 98c port Sherry or. Meats Georgia a finest frying chickens 19�?T la. Whole 2 bag limit Armour s campfire thick sliced Bacon 2 pit 89 Patrick Cudahy Boneless cooked ready to eat canned picnic hams la. Can $79 la. Can $279 fancy Grade a supreme Hen turkeys 29 Only la. Rath s Blackhawk smoked sugar cured hams Shank cd butt acc portion �9 la. Portion Center slices #7 la. La. All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order produce puerto rican Sweet potatoes 10 la. Firm Ripe tube tomatoes 19 tub. Cleaned and washed Mustard or turnip tops 10 la. Golden Ripe bananas 10 la. Green tender pole Beans 2 us 29 my Ais Choice aaa round or Swiss Steak Only 69 la. Boneless rolled Rump roast 79 u. Corn King canned Ham cooked ready to eat 0�?z, 2�?� la. Wonder South sides 2 most modern super marts featuring self service 1427 East 67th St.-1200 East 61st St. A i i risky the Richt to limit quantities

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