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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 30, 1967, Chicago, Illinois A aug. 30, 1967 the bulletin Cul two join hands for a jobs five Hundred on the Job training positions will be made available for Young men in the Woodlawn organizations youth project As the result of a contract signed by the Chicago Urban league and two Alvin j. Prejean league Deputy director announced Early this week. Two a executive director the Rev. Arthur Brazier stated a in our combined efforts to serve the Young people of Woodlawn two will operate a program of Basic preparation for employment and the league will develop Job openings to enable these Young men to earn Money while they learn new the league will set up an office at 1133 e. 63rd to carry on its work of interviewing referring and placing the Young people to the on the Job training positions which it has developed. According to Prejean the office will open on september i under the direction of William Harmon. A a Harmony a experience As director of the leagues on the Job training project for the past two years should prove valuable to him in this new in addition to the promotions and new staff assignments Prejean announced that four new employees have recently joined the employment and guidance staff. They Are Dudley Emmons Don Malden James pleasant and Lynn Steele. Emmons a former associate director of Community resources for the Dayton Urban league will be assigned to the Woodlawn project. Also experienced in Urban league work is Steele who came to Chicago from the St. Louis Urban league. Steele will work in the youth guidance project. Maiden was employed by the Federal aviation authority before joining the league to work in the Talent and skills Bank. Pleasant a former teacher of High school chemistry will serve As a coach in the apprenticeship project. The programs and operations of the 54-member employment and guidance department Are directed by Hampton Mckinney. The department works to create equal opportunities and equal results for negroes in employment. Keet Between Jeffery and Stony unforgettable moment. He a not going a Aback to school a he a setting off for the very first time. And Mother is going to let the camera record this giant step. In Many families such photos Are an annual tradition like birthday parties and Christmas reunions. Mom knows she can to miss she a using an instant loading camera with self adjusting Lens. I by appointment Houri daily to to 5 Mon. Amp Thun. 11 to 8 closed wed. End Sot. Afternoon or. Aaron a. Schonfeld optometrist Contact lenses phone a 1-2060 of no answer Call re 4-7719 1906 e. 87th St. To relieve that Stuffy feeling try plaid Slacks. Many will be tried on and bought for Back to school. The traditional Glen plaid boldly hued will top the Choice of Slacks for Wear with All but particularly with the Ever popular solid color Blazer of solid Tweed hop sack sport coat. Styled Here in the a a classic Model in an All Wool worsted fabric. f 1719 25 year Man recipient of an engraved watch and a Gold Emblem is Albert Walker. 504 e. 74th St. Who recently celebrated 25 years of continuous service with Walgreen drug stores. Walker is employed in the drug concerns ice Cream Plant 4425 w. Addison. Start off right there a excitement a plenty on that first Day Back to school for mom there a the morning Rush to pack lunch boxes for the older children the familiar anticipation of another school year. For the Little tyke just starting his new adventures however there May be some anxiety. This is the time to show extra thoughtfulness for i its important that he get off to a Good Start. Be sure he gets his nutrients in a Well balanced lunch advise the nutritionists at the Lipton kitchens. Sandwiches Are Fine. Make his a hefty one and keep it fresh in one of those new double Wall quilted plastic bags. Include a vegetable hell like and be sure to eat such As coleslaw make your own by shredding cabbage and carrots then tossing with a bottled creamy onion dressing for tasty flavor and pack it in a Small wide Mouth insulated or Wax Container. A a sets the Pace in these Quot up to the minute design renderings for Quot Young Fry a by Street la conclave of Hosl serving As co Host during the 6th annual deliverance convention of the Christ deliverance churches convening sept. I at the Church 6240 Kimbark is the Rev. Winston c. Hodges co pastor. The convention which will continue through sept. To will attract delegates from As far off As Jamaica and new York. Toh 1. 8805 his Bil Ker. Night driving two things to consider during night driving says the Chicago motor club aaa Are your eyes and your car lights practically everything depends on one of these factors or both. Many nighttime accidents Are caused by Over driving your lights. By the time a Driver sees that he must make an emergency move he is beyond the Point and. Of course at Max Berger shoe City you can always be sure that your child will be properly fitted for proper foot growth during those important growing years not to mention the Large selection for the whole family you la always find at Max Berger we Honor All Midwest Bank charge cards. Open mondays and thursdays till 9 30 sundays 10 00 Jib until 5 00 pin. Back to school values budget priced accessories handbags to hang and to hold. From shoulder or wrist. Handbags in every Grain and texture. See ours smart gloves. All sizes fabrics shades. Sarles 87tli 1645 e. 87th St. 721-2929 a smashed Many test their capacity at the bar but few have sense enough to watch the gauge.

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