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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 30, 1959, Chicago, Illinois K .5 �1 r 1 tax . Pavc 4 thursday april 30, test he bulletin. Gillum put off Force a grand crossing policeman was suspended monday by commissioner Timothy of Connor for leaving his motorcycle ungraded for two hours saturday morning. Marcus Gillum was put off his Southside Force pending a hearing before the Trail Board. The policeman is charged with leaving his motorcycle at the rear of a Gas station at 83rd and a Evans Gillum according to of Connor had gone to the Home of a relative mrs. Marion Bankston at 8255 Evans. Mrs. Bankston reportedly had received threats from her estranged husband. Grand crossing police received the report that a policeman a i motorcycle was parked at the rear of the Gas station. Two policemen sent out from the Sta or Tion to investigate said they \ out 11 cml found the Bike Early saturday but were unable to locate Gillum. The person who refuses to they took the motorcycle to Wear a hearing Aid is very much the station. Gillum returned later like an Ostrich who hides his shot to death sat. In Quot sin Corner Quot fight Clynell Tyner 24, of 6150 Carpenter was shot to death Early saturday in a quarrel with three Young men at Woodlawn a famous a sin Corner a 63rd and cottage Grove. Edward Thomas 27, of 6508 Rhodes told policy he saw Tyner and the three youths and ran towards them when Tyner shouted for help. As he did Thomas said one youth Drew a gun and shot Tyner above the heart. A on . Park enters Myca or contest Washington Park Myca 5000 Indiana will compete with 30 other Chicago a by a so in the coming Dale Cox memorial Public relations awards contest. The Dale Cox award will be presented for the first time this year. It was inaugurated in the memory of Dale Cox organizer and for 20 years chairman of the metropolitan Public relations committee of the Chicago Myca. Cox died in May 1958. James Purgeson 8359 Indiana Public relations committee chairman at the Washington Park Myca announced his departments plans for participation. He said the purpose of the award is to encourage each local 4iym to maintain and develop High standards of Public relations. A permanent plaque will be located at the Myca Headquarters 19 s. Lasalle with the winners named engraved on it each year. Mothers will attend u of i fraternity Day nine area / mothers will be guests of their ions this weekend for the University of Illinois Campus mothers Day. Among the local mothers who will attend the festivities Spon gored by the University a inter fraternity group will be mrs. Bert Frasin 191 e. 74th. She will be guest of her son Irwin Frasin who is a member of Phi Sigma Delta. Other mothers their sons and fraternities Are mrs. E. T. Swanson 8019 Blackstone Tom Swanson Kappa Sigma mrs. A. J. Linden 8130 Evans Ron Linden Zeta Phi mrs. Irene Murray 8323 Langley John Scott Murray Zeta Psi mrs. Sadella Bernard 8239 Rhodes Gordon Schlifke Bernard Phi Sigma Delta mrs. Ruth de Cook 8246 Maryland Gordon de Cook Phi Sigma Delta and mrs. Etta Schmool 8246 Champlain Jacques Schmoll Phi Sigma memorial in the Loving memory of Roy Carney jr., our husband father and son who departed this life april 18, 1959. In our hearts your memory lingers always tender fond and True there is not a Day dear Roy that we do not think of you. Your Loving wife Carol your children Roy 3rd and Gloria. Your Mother and father or. Amp mrs. Roy Carney or. Residence looted Bui Glass stole a Lawn Mower and an electric Drill from the Home of b. F. Barton 7730 Michigan he told police monday. Head in the Sand. Neither gains anything from the action. A hearing Aid is no More unattractive these Days than the wearing of glasses. Some 40 years ago when the ear trumpet made its appearance persons using it were frequently subjected to mock laughter. Today however hearing devices Are so compact and Small that they Are hardly noticeable and people accustomed to seeing them usually pay no attention. Perhaps the refusal to Wear a hearing Aid rests in the psychology of the person needing one. To be seen with one is an admission of deafness. Rather than admit that some persons go along definitely pretending to be Able to hear. That is bad from every standpoint persons with severe deafness do not hear the sounds or voices about them. Consequently they Are not taking an Active part in either work or play. There is a tendency to remain alone. Persons who do not hear Well develop a sort of Blank mask or facial expression that could be avoided if a hearing device were used. Sound Waves or vibrations Are directed by the Shell of the outer ear into its canal. They travel to the drumhead of the Middle ear whence they Are carried by three tiny Bones called the Hammer Anvil and Stirrup to a a mail Oval window in the inner ear. The Oval window connects the Middle ear which contains air with the inner ear which contains fluid. Vibrations transmitted through the air and the fluid Are changed into nerve impulses which Are carried along the auditory nerve to the brain. Sounds Are actually heard by the brain and not by the ear. Thus if the mechanics of transmission Are interfered with either through injury or disease hearing is impaired. The truly deaf or persons who do not have any hearing Are in the minority. The majority of persons however with varying degrees of deafness can be helped through one of the Many hearing devices that Are now available. Every person who has some hearing difficulty and this is True of one out of every ten persons should consult a physician to determine the cause of the deafness first of All and to prevent if possible the condition from growing worse. For Prie and services. 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