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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 1, 1960, Chicago, Illinois L4t or a % / a thursday Dee. I it the bulletin u of c plan new unit for surgery new in area carnival will in fashion show i bulletin an Antii floor devoted to the care of heat and lung surgery patients will be constructed at the University of Chicago medical Center 950 e. 59th St., it was announced yesterday. To be completed in about six months the thoracic surgery unit will have 22 Beds. It represents a departure from the a progressive patient care units conc ept of moving patients by stages from one Hospital unit to Ano her during convalescence. To get special care a we belive that patients should be Given the Benefit of every bit of specialization that we can concentrate in their treatment a said Ray Brown superintendent of the University of Chicago clinics. Brown said the practice of Medicine the Field of nursing and medical equipment All have become More highly specialized were approved for two new. In recent Vears. Sou hide schools and two a we believe that the equip additions by the Chicago Board ment and the specialists who education among them the use it should All be brought to new John t. Pirie elementary Geller to give the patient the school and the Joshua d. Ker Best Chance for recovery he Shaw elementary addition Gaich the John t. Pirie elementary own treatment room school will be located at e. 85th the thoracic surgery unit will 1st. And s. Langley ave. With 20 have its own treatment rooms classrooms and two Kindergan triple oxygen outlets and vac tens accommodating children in urn outlets will be next to each grades kindergarten through bed and there will be an inter sixth. Com system Between each bed special features of the Pirie Side and the nursing station. School Are folding partitions both children and adults will that will make it possible to be assigned to the new floor open All rooms on any Grade Brown said. Level into one Large room year two years ago a he University a round air conditioning in All of Chicago opened a special areas and electric heating. The neurosurgery unit the first step in the direction of such specialization. Pirie school e. 85th is. And s. Langley ave Kershaw school addition w. St. And s. Lowe ave. Final plans and specifications design of the building with minimum window areas and extra insulation permits Economy in the original and operating costs of the air conditioning. Cost of the Pine school is estimated at $750,000. The addition to the Joshua d. Kershaw elementary school s. Lowe ave. And w. 65th St., will contain 22 classrooms two kindergarten an Assembly room a Multi purpose room a health room an administrative suite a faculty lounge a combination faculty dining to o m with Kitchen and a Book storage room adjoining the lunchroom for use As a Library. The Kershaw addition is estimated to Cost $825,000. Area Man talks to top students Herbert b. Lassiter 203 e. 70th St., an instructor in the training division of the Interna-1 tonal business machines Cor fit til political wind be held in Chatham a by a the Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St., will hold its Holiday Western carnival saturday dec. 3. There will be continuous games fun and prize for All who attend. The theme of the carnival will be a Roundup time the hours Are from 2 . Until 10 pm. According to executive Secre tary Richard Forkner the carnival will have Many door prices which will Appeal to the parents and kids alike. Local merchants have contributed Many prizes ranging in value from $3 to Over $30. Frank Orwin president of Monroe wholesale co., donated a Complete camera outfit As one of the prizes. It will be Given away during one of the six prize drawings. The event is being sponsored and conducted by Myca youth the Board of directors the Chatham y staff and volunteers. The purpose is to raise funds needed o balance the 1960 budget. Urchie Ellis chairman of the program committee said a part of the proceeds will go to the Myca world service to help those less fortunate than ourselves on the morning of the carnival Booths will be constructed in the gym and the clubroom. The locker rooms and offices will be used for the concessions. A if All goes Well said Norman Anderson a Board Mem her a we Hope to make this an annual food will be served Western style at the of Chuck Wagon with Prairie dogs prospector Beans and a red Eye Quot cola. The whole family is invited to the carnival. The Concession Booths will feature pistol shooting at lighted a candles Fortune telling Dart throwing Western Telegraph service pitch and toss spook House fishing and Many other fun filled games. I Forkner asserted that everyone is invited to take part in the carnival. Tickets will be sold Freddie a. Reid 7550 s. Michigan ave., participated in a fashion show held recently in the grand ballroom 6335 cottage a Rove. The affair Mas a Benefit for the disabled negro children of Chicago. Rev. Watkins Obj installed by presbytery on sunday in the service of worship to be conducted at 4 . Sunday dec. 4, in the Sanctuary of the Crerar memorial presbyterian Church 8100 s. Calumet ave., the Rev. William d. Watkins will be installed by the presbytery of Chicago As the pastor of the Church. The Rev. Or. Watkins succeeds the Rev. Warren g. Stu Der who in july was called by the presbytery of los Angeles to organize a new United presbyterian Church in Costa Mesa. Calif. The Rev. Or. Watkins Home was originally in Joplin. At the door for 10 cents each or to. After serving in the Navy new Paster. The Rev. Robert Christ pastor of the seventh presbyterian Church will also assist in the service. Following the service a reception honouring the Rev. And mrs. Watkins will be held in the Church s social Hall. Mrs. Watkins Home was in Cincinnati. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and the Mccormick theological Seminary. They reside with their two children Carol sue four years old and David ten months old at 8420 s. Kenwood ave. Dolls Appeal to area girls the Bride and Glamor girl tan dolls being offered bulletin subscribers have received the most critical appraisal by Little girls of the Community since their arrival at the bulletin office 439 e. 71st. What seems to Appeal to them most is the removable clothing and hair that can be washed and set with hair Spray and curlers. These children have investigated every feature from the movable head and sleeping Eves to manicured toes and fingernails. They take off the Glamor girls magic Mink stole Pearl earrings and the Cluster of Flowers in her hair. And just like girls of All Ages talk about changing the models off the shoulder formal and what else they have at Home to Wear. These Little mamas have been looking the Bride doll Over with the comparative skill of a Mother of the Bride examining the Satin gown its net trim and the Satin gown its net trim and the tulle veil. The tiny wrist Corsage of lilies of the Valley also comes in for minute appraisal. Both dolls Are 20 inches High and have ail Vinyl soft like skin bodies. They Are a $6 re Tail value and Are available for $3 upon showing a carriers receipt or upon subscription. Owca to hold Xmas program the annual banging of the greens program will be held at Woodlawn Owca 1170 e. 63rd St., thursday dec. 15 at 7 . According to miss Nancy Stevens 7854 s. Ellis ave., program chairman. Using this theme a a musical Christmas teen agers an adults will engage in competitive decoration of the various club rooms and offices of the entire building during the traditional Owca program. The pro Gram is based on the legendary a preparation for the coming of he Christ child it is in Thi spirit that members and Friend of the Owca will Combine their efforts to beautify the Owca for the Christmas season. From 7 to 8 . Groups will use original Christmas Orna ments and will dress up the Owca Center for the yuletide season. At 8 to 9 . A Christ Mas play entitled a a merry christmas0 will be presented by a teens and adult club group and will be followed by a social hour. The Public is cordially invited. A a a a a a new supermarket a full scale d amp s supermarket is being constructed at 8341 s. Cottage grove.ave., the association of Commerce and Industry announced. A a a a a a a Sammy Dyer school of the theater 3447 so Michigan blvd. A 491 it i climb no Ballet. Arrogate i tap j dancing and Proff Sunn staging studio opt Quot daily for a and a a 3 00 . A very Richardson secy 1 a i a a i a i by Albert d. Johnson by mrs. Obannon a said mrs. Cummings. Two of mrs. Oban non a friends whose names were not in the Binder were Given her Okay to vote without being challenged. Quot Arthur Marks name appeared on neither the polling Sheet nor the Binder. Nina Hunts name was not in the Binder but was on the a disqualified list according to mrs Cummings. In authorizing these two people to vote mrs. Oban non allegedly said a go ahead eleven for one Dollar. Gop voting abuses while Chicago Republican portion last week spoke before i leaders were crying a foul and a gathering of some of Chicago a charging City and Cook county top High school students. Democrats with a stealing the Lassiter advised the students election a a Many Republican that proper communication is election skulduggery is were be an absolute necessity to a sue ung obscured by the strident Cess Ful career. He also gave the protests. Students some suggestions on perhaps the most flagrant choosing a College and planning Buse of election regulations in a career after College is finished. Solving the republicans of Lassiter is a graduate of the cur rec in the 57th precinct of University of Illinois which he the 6th Ward. Mrs. Ruth cum attended on an oratorical schol Mingsu 6521 s. Minerva ave.,t ,. Warship. He is a past president of democratic precinct Captain and vote we Dor lose the toastmasters club. Charged mrs. Laura Obannon our a a cd republicans. In his final statements to the 5590 s. Kimbark ave., a re pub violates election rules students gathered for the an mean election judge with main violation of election rules Nual Honor students award pro-mci0us obstruction of voting pro and regulations is. Obannon Gram of the Sigma Gamma Cec ures on election Day. Mrs. Was accused by mrs. Cummings rho sorority Lassiter listed Cummings said that mrs. Oban of entering a closed election Booth several times to offer a a assistance to a voter on How a to manipulate the voting machine. According to election rules one democratic and one Republican judge Are to assist incapacitated voters when necessary and they must do so in full View of other voters and election officials. Mrs. Obannon again flouted regulations according to mrs. Cummings when she absented herself from the premises on election Day for about thirty minutes. Her reason was that she had to go Home. The Law forbids an election judge from leaving his or her polling station during an election. Goes to voters Home mrs. Daisy Moore 6500 Kimbark later showed up at the polling place and accused mrs. Obannon of having been to her Home in an Effort to dissuade her from voting said mrs. Cummings. Mrs. Moore was ill and took a cab to the polling place but had to wait about an hour and a half before she could vote continued mrs. Cummings. Mrs. Moore was a registered Democrat. Two other judges who witnessed the antics of mrs. Obannon filed a joint complaint with the Chicago Board of election the judges Are mrs Bertha Johnson 6523 Woodlawn a Republican judge and mrs. Frances Amos 6541 Woodlawn a democratic judge. According to mrs. Cummings record Only 90 republicans in the 57th precinct were eligible to vote but 121 Republican votes were cast in her precinct on election Day. These three essentials to a successful career a working hard Good health and the Choice of the proper the program was held in Thorne Hall on the Northwestern University Campus and also feat or a mrs. Martha s. Luck assistant Dean at Northwestern 1 , mrs. Frank m. Gre go chairman of the Honor student program and Alvin j. Prejean youth guidance project specialist of the Chicago Urban league. A the woman of the year award was presented to miss s. Dolores Branch who is project director for the research and development department of science research associates. Many students also received awards for maintaining High Scholastic standing. Among them was Sharye Garmony 6617 s. Minerva ave., who was in the court of the state Street Council s Star Queen. Sharye is a senior at Englewood High school. Other students who were lauded for their Scholastic achievement were from Englewood Lillie Benjamin Keith Bledsoe Helen Bush Joan Cox Lawrence Johnson Regina Jones Carol Simmons Dorothy Walton Nathaniel Walton John Williams and Marie Yarb Brough. From Parker High school Edythe Ellis Bailey Forest Wendell Haynes Beverly Kincaid Diane Kinnard John Sullivan and Oscar Turner. From Lourdes High school Joanne Buck Mary Ann bunds Rita Denk Joyce Gawrysh Joanne Kearney Melanie Kos Malla Alice Milosovic Lucretia Perrino Ruth Pouliot Marjorie Sugrue Mary Anne Wojcil Pamela Sesniak. From Hyde Park High school Richard Grant Harriet Gour Dine Sandra Johnson Diane Robinson and Robert Scott. The program is sponsored annually by the sorority in cooperation with the youth guidance project of the Urban league. Member of the sorority work regularly with the league to encourage Young people to stay in school and get training for better jobs then they would get without being properly trained. Duke s Salon coif he a pm Causno m to Taniai a Catt of it Yalof til 1.71a m. It Tuth Mill non also maliciously interfered with registration proceedings last october 11th. Both women have filed complaints with the Chicago Board of election commissioners. Dem voters cards missing a the Day before election a said mrs. Cummings a mrs. Obannon told me that the names of my newly registered voters would not be in the precinct 3inder.m on election Day when he Binder was opened about 268 voters cards were missing she continued. According to Law an election judge is not allowed Access to he precinct Binder before arriving at a polling place. Mrs. Cummings said that the 57th Prev inc is one of the most heavily democratic precincts in he 6th Ward. She said that she lad registered Over 300 prospective voters. A every newly registered voter who appeared at the Poling place to cast his vote was challenged by mrs. Obannon and another Republican judge mrs. Faye Brown a continued mrs. Cummings. Because of being challenged each new voter had o file an affidavit. Mrs. Oban non reportedly became abusive and tried to Block such procedure. Unsuccessful in her efforts mrs. Obannon warned that he completed affidavits would be destroyed. Some were actually torn up and thrown in the waste Basket by the irate mrs. Obannon according to mrs. Cummings. Other judges and workers witnessed this she said. Mrs. Obannon allegedly charged that the newly registered persons were ghost voters and that mrs. Cummings did no to know them. However she could not explain How she knew before hand that the names of Fri. Cummings new registrants would be missing from the precinct Binder. Mrs. Cummings said that mrs Obannon boasted that she knew what a he was doing because states attorney Benjamin Adamow kit a office was backing her a Many would by voters left in disgust without voting after being abused and unduly stalled Woodlawn Yew can a 1st carnival the teen age department at the Woodlawn Center Owca is sponsoring its first a Winter carnival Friday dec. 9 from 6 00-11 00 . In the Center 1170 e. 63rd St. According to an announcement from they teen inter club Council the purpose of the carnival is to raise funds to Send teen agers to the Owca National convention which will be held in Denver Colorado in May 1961. The carnival plans Are for an event featuring Fortune telling a House of horrors ring toss lock up fishing Pond Dart game a shoot the Candle a what a in a name Telegram Etc. A Concession stand with traditional carnival food fare will also be included in the carnival. For the adult carnival goers there will be a Sale of african modern Art it bakery goods White elephant items and Christmas cards. The carnival is to become an annual event for fund raising to Send teen age representatives to future Owca conferences and conventions. Eschew makes Taylor chairman four years he was graduated from the College of Wooster in Ohio and the Mccormick Theo logical Seminary in Chicago. He was pastor of the seventh presbyterian Church of Chicago w. 86th i. And s. Sanaa Mon St., from 1951 to 1954. When he was called this year to the Crerar memorial pres-1 or. Welton i. Taylor president j biter Ian Church he was com of the Chatham Avalon Park a plating As associate pastor six Lymph i these Idem prices lard 2 lbs. For 25 fresh ground 9 $ 100 hamburger. Lbs. Smoked picnics. .29s pork liver. ,�?z25�?~ and i half years of service at the Webster Groves presbyterian Church near St. Louis to. Or. Harrison Ray Anderson pastor of the fourth presbyterian Church s. Michigan ave. At Delaware will preach the Sermon in the service next sunday afternoon. His Sermon theme will be a on having a place of the Rev. Ulysses b. Blakeley one of the vice moderators of the Presby come ninety Council was elected monday nov. 21, in St. James Parish Hall 666 n. Rush St., to the Post of permanent chairman of screw the episcopal Sci % Ety for cultural and racial Unity. Or. Taylor who resides in Chatham at 7621 s. Prairie ave., was one of a handful of episcopalians who helped organize the Chicago chapter of screw. He had served As chairman pro Tery of Chicago will ask the tem re its organizations constitutional questions of the Rev. Or. Watkins and the congregation in the service of installation. The Rev. Or. Blakeley is one of the co pastors of the first presbyterian Church e. 64th St. And s. Kimbark ave. The charge to the congregation will be Given by the Rev. Bryant George director of the inner City unit of the Chicago presbytery a Board of Church Extension. The Rev. Donald g. Morse pastor of the Chatham United presbyterian 741 e. 84th St. Will give the charge to the birth. More than 50 persons Are now Active. Or. Taylor reported after the recent meeting. The group has been asked to serve As Host next september when members from All Over the country attend the National screw rally in Detroit. A j dedicated to establishing total participation in the Church without regard to race class or National origin at Parish Levels and throughout the Community at Large. Or. Taylor envisions an i important role for screw in j Chicago in the coming years. Bulk pork sausage. Links. A. 29 1.47 a by a. Smoked Nam Quot fit country style 45< sin a til in. Center Cut pork chop pork liver in. 25 steaks Tione i round i sirloin 90c,b 1 65v179.b. Baby pigs for roasting we Cut and wrap for Freezer orders. Free drawing for roasting Fig each saturday. Weight about so Lis. Eddie s meats. Inc. 6320 s. Harlem ave., Argo Globo 8-0941 parking in front it Tor teen topics by Judy a Joanne a pm new play lot at 70th-Dante one of the 12 new play lots recently built by the City and turned Over to the Park District for operation is located at e. 70th St. And s. Dante ave. The lots Are similar in design with Multi coloured Asphalt paving and unique play equipment. Bill snipe amp sons bakery spa Clalla Lnu in wedding Ceke a homemade pastries 5916 s. Holsted a 4-7763 Bath amp kitchens remodeler no jobs too Small licensed bonded insured plumbing heating sewerage time payments w. B. Johnson plumbing a \ a a it by. Vex i ask Judy Joann i and heating 407 East 79th St. Stewart 3-7290 up a w buy retail at wholesale prices Etc tit fair Trade Ltd it but so us tip no of slide anti my Vlf Llu a talc Tkv a Quot Zumr a a Amintas a Itaf Taft Teclof Tofts Welcome site Peri of ctr own Miki Phi Fohy tilt c9im Smi photo in Plum no Money Down 1 Bois c foil Era no carry in Chargi 7129 s. Hoisted a. 3-3222 Lilno this and with you for a Miami discount on any new car or truck ask for Skyes Max Moss automobiles 2700 s. Michigan Harvey Collins original Barb a House serving you indoor cooking with outdoor flavor delicious a world s finest ribs Chicken fish and shrimp with tasty Mambo sauce two stores for your Conven ence 352 East 61st Street 414 East 71st Street hours daily 4 . To 4 . Hours daily 3 . To 4 . Saturday only�?1 . To s . Saturday only�?12 noon to 5 , Culosio All Day monday by now we suppose everyone has digested the lest of the Turkey we bet Thot you Are wondering How you will Ever menage to look at a Turkey again until next time that is. Of Well on to the happenings of last week. A real swinging disable student was Given e Surprise birthday party last saturday night. Her name is Sandra Whorton and believe it or not she was really surprised. Among the people there were Judy Whorton Lamonte Boston Renee Brown Eddie Hill John Gardner Gaila Smith and Edward Robinson. Everyone had a real swinging time. The Alpha Epsilon trip his club gave a party for the Lambda Omega s and the Delta Taus. We Learned a new Way to run a pair of stockings hop around in a sack. Ever want to test your memory Well look up a subject in the encyclopedia and memorise three new things about it All in one minute. I did it so you can too. There was also a very inspiring talk on the Junior red Cross. Some of the people present were Carolyn Adams Marsha Koen Diane Gipson Dorothy Davis Evelyn Macdonald Sandra Jefferson Alicia Griffin Marilyn Thomas Cherly Govia and Many Many others to say the least we had a Good time. The Sigma Chi deltas gae a party for their pledges last saturday. All we can sat is pledges prepare the Hgt de Park . Had a a Karen Al lat Friday and saturday some of the people there were Beverl it Matthews i Asalle Matthews and Michael brawn. Of course there were Many others present but we Are sort of hazy when it comes to last names. An Gay everyone enjoyed themselves. Football season is gone for most of our High schools and basketball season is just beginning. It looks As though there will be a lot of Competition and Many an exciting game. Good Luck to All the High schools Judy and Joanne

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