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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 27, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Page to out on a limb if an Accident or illness kept you out of work for a prolonged period would you be a out on a limb financially an Tea life income Protection plan provides you with needed income if you Are totally disabled by an Accident or illness. Richard e. Jones insurance Agency 7905 s. Cottage Grove suite 209 a 4-3739 casualty and mirth comr and Hartford. Com it Kot bulletin want ads pay Sermonetti Laws Light it is not the function of a a Law to solve problems or to make men Good. It cannot do that. Its function is to be a burning Light shining on problems and evils insisting that these be recognized. Unprincipled men probably will go a a underground with the evil principled Folk will work to replace the evil with something worthy. Men of character and honorable Ness will work at keeping the Law. However no Law can create character and honorable Ness. This applies to Man made Laws and to gods Law the ten commandments. A a Law adds nothing new. For example a civil rights belong to every american under the Constitution. The a civil rights legislation is not an addition it is a burning Light shining on the shame and Sham in human dignity which is a festering sore on the nation s body. This festering sore of slavery by invisible chains if it remains hidden under piles of sophistry double talk and covered viciousness must Lead to gangrene and to death How badly the nation needs this burning Light gods Law has that function precisely As the Bible indicates galatians 3 19 the Law a was added because of this divine Light needs to Shine for All of us to make us honest about ourselves before god honest about by passing Iodus Law we so easily delude ourselves. We imagine that nothing about us is really sin. Iodus Law will make us honest not comfortable and we ought to treasure it. For no Man can receive the gospel of mercy in Christ if he is not honestly aware of needing it. No Man can find forgiveness of sin if he does not recognize the facts of sin in himself. The a civil rights legislation will cause men of character and Honor to work at Healing the sore on the body of America. Iodus Law will cause honest and honorable men to seek personal Healing from god in Jesus Christ in sin forgiving divine mercy. The bulletin thursday August 27, 1964 St. Columbanus seeking funds for Church gym Franks does it again the Home school group of St. Columbanus Church 333 e. 71st St., is conducting a drive to raise funds for the improvement of the educational and athletic facilities at the Church and to Institute programs for Young adults find youths of the Community. Mortimer Sweeney chairman of the project said the Parish is endeavouring to do its part in the drive to raise funds. He said the Home school group is seeking to improve available facilities and to develop activities that will combat juvenile delinquency. Initially the St. Columbanus group wants to rebuild the Church gymnasium. Sweeney said that St. Columbanus is eager to help in youth organization and adult programs throughout the City. He said additional education athletic and Community projects would help to bring youths off the streets. A such projects also would help adults to understand the problems in the communities and to make this a better Community As a whole a Sweeney said. Sweeney added it is hoped that the project will have far reaching benefits. A Marl Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8100 St. Lawrence a 3-2660 Rev. Laurance a. Bosecke Minier sunday Bible school 9 30 worship 8 15 . And 10 45 . Eph Phatha deaf congregation worship 11 . Rev. Leroy w. Mason a a a a a Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w. In Elwood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 . A worship 10 45 . Prayer meeting a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . Daily 9 30 . Amp 11 33 . A a a a a Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 76th to 4-8310 Rev. Jerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . Kelly methodist 6953 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . Maryland ave. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3-0677 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . And 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd he 3-3635 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 .�?worship 10 55 a a a a a Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 Norman a. Nelsons pastor sunday school amp Bible classes 9 30 ., worship 8 30 amp la . St. Augustine pro Cathedral. . S831 s. Indiana no 7-8055 g. Duncan Hinkson. sunday school a 9 30 . Low mass a 8 . High mass a 11 . Emerald Avenue presbyterian 6701 s. Emerald he 7-0223 Rev. Clyde Allison pastor Rev. Harvey v. Praniang asst pastor Church school 9 30 .�?morning worship la . St. Mark s evangelical lutheran 8800 s. Langley a 3-8630 Ray l. Forstrom pastor summer schedule sunday school 9 30 .�?family worship 10 15 . Bray Temple me 7300 s. Greenwood 324-0445 o. L. Naylor pastor Church school 9 30 .�?worship la . Prayer meeting thursday 8 . Mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6-3232 t. C. Lightfoot sr.,�?pastor Church school 9 15 .�?worship la . Prayer meeting wednesdays 7 45 . Southwestern Baptist 8640 s. Michigan a 4-2973 Rev. Eugene Dillard pastor sunday school 9 30 ., worship la . Btu sundays 6 . A a a a a St. Peter lutheran Church amp elementary school 7400 s. Michigan to 4 0840 Howard a. Foard pastor Quot education for time amp eternity Quot sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . Counselling by appointment a a a a a St. John .e. 620 s. Throop a 5-3705 David e. Readye minister Sun. School 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . A a a a a St. Stephen s lutheran 910 w. 65th to 3-5871 Edgar r. Pflugk pastor Sun. School 9 15 . Morning worship 10 30 . A a a a a Bethlehem covenant presbyterian Church 7300 s. Maryland he 3-2359 Rev. Lynward Stevenson pastor sunday school 9 30 . Morning worship la . Attended Nursery during worship a a a a a St. Stephens Baptist 658 e. 92nd St. 488-4541 Rev. F. L. Porter sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . Sunday evening services 7 30 . . Sunday 6 30 . Prayer meeting wednesday 7 30 a a a a a Commonwealth Community 140 w. 81st a local ecumenical Fellowship Quot 873-2077 Dorthy l. Sutton Branch Church school 9 30 worship la . Junior amp senior Church a simultaneously sunday Vesper 5 . A . Meditation amp Fellowship Fri. 7 . All Are Welcome a a a a a a St. George episcopal 847 e. 76th St 3-3641 father William w. To in Rector sunday masses 9 . Sung a a a a a Vincent methodist 657 e. 91st place i 6-6020 Rev. Phillip e. Saunders pastor Rev. Bruce d. Christie asst pastor Church school 9 45 . Worship la . Nursery facilities available Arar Are a our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Mildon Gundermann pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . A a a car Carey .e. Temple 7157 Greenwood 324-7766 Rev. Leon Bailey pastor Church school 9 30 . Or. Worship 10 15 . Senior worship 11 00 . Communion of prayer service wednesday 7 30 . Chatham Fields lutheran the Rev. La trance a. Boseck pastor of Chatham Fields lutheran Church St. Lawrence Avenue and 81st Street will preach the Sermon a driven by drives in both the 8 15 . And 10 35 . Worship services sunday aug. 30. The sunday Bible school of the Church meets every sunday at 9 30 ., with classes for Little ones older children and Loc adults. A labor Day sunday sept. 6th can bring divine possibility to All who take it seriously a says pastor Boseck explaining that a there is great need for All to be consciously related to Jesus Christ in every area of life particularly also in daily tasks and duties sometimes exciting and challenging but mostly a Mast Dull registration for the pastors classes toward confirming the Faith will take place at Chatham Fields Church on sept. 12 and 13 saturday and sunday both Days at 2 15 . Three such classes will be formed for 7th graders for 8th graders and for High schooners. Shortly thereafter the i membership class for adults will begin its la weekly sessions. A underlying All these classes is a said pastor Boseck Quot the urgent conviction that god has intended his mercies for you also whoever you Are and whatever you Are. A a St. Stephens Baptist St. Stephens Baptist Church will present its 20th annual Tea aug. 30, from 3 to 7 30 ., in the churches Porter Hall 658 e. 92nd St. Proceeds from the Tea will be used for the Church building fund. Guest soloist will be mrs. Pearl Randle. Rev. F. L. Porter. Sr., pastor extends a Welcome to the Public. Missionary Institute is planned the fall missionary Institute of the Chicago conference Branch of the women s missionary society will be held tuesday sept. 8, at St. John ame Church 6201 Throop St. Mrs. Cabaries Macdonald member of the general Board of the Church federation of. Greater Chicago will be the keynote speaker for the Home theme a Spanish keynote speaker for the foreign theme a the churches Mission among new nations a will be mrs. Myrle Rush chairman of the 4th episcopal District. Registration for the Institute will be held at 9 30 ., tuesday sept. 8, followed by meditations led by mrs. Bessie Taylor at 9 50 . The opening address will be Given at to . Movies on the themes will be shown at 12 noon. Morning classes on Home Mission and world Mission themes will be held As follows a the Church and its Mission in race relations a mrs. Rush a christians in the National struggle in new nations a mrs. Ruth Davis a program planning How to do it a mrs. Lucille Thomas a How to present missions to Young people a mrs. Esther Mitchell and a planning a Model worship a mrs. Jessie James. Chairman of the Institute committee is mrs. Mamie Gross Ley. Vice chairmen Are mrs. Frances Shumpert and mrs. Alberta ready. Mrs. Oreitha k. Charles is Cli airman of publicity other committee members Are mrs. Hazel Carey mrs. Portia Bailey and mrs. Ermine Morris. Each Church in the conference is urged to Send four or More persons to foe Institute. Registrations should be sent to mrs. Marian Higginbothan 1614 Greenwood. 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Jobs for w Omen crossing guards the Chicago police department is seeking women who would like to work As guards for school Crossings supt. O. W. Wilson announced today. A we have Many vacancies for school crossing guards throughout the City particularly on Chicago a North and Northwest sides a he said. The closing Date for applications will be oct. 3, with the civil service examination scheduled for oct. To. Crossing guards work four to six hours per Day at times when children travel to and from schools. Salaries Range from $2.05 to $2.38 per hour. Candidates must have reached their 21st birthday they must be citizens of the United states and must have lived in Chicago for the entire year preceding the Date of the examination. Applications Tor crossing guard positions can be obtained at any of the 21 District police stations or tile civil service commission i room 208, City Hall. 100% All Wool menus suits and topcoats your Choice regular $55 a 100% Virgin Wool a sizes 35 to 46 a Reg. 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