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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 11, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Job conference to open sunday at St. Carthage representatives from three Only become effective when the government agencies will be on i people who meet discrimination hand to answer questions on Dis Start to act by filing com Crim nation in employment feb 14, in the first of two Confer the conference is being Spon fences to be held at St. Car g0recl by the St. Carthage Parish Thiago Church 7315 Yale ave., in with the Engle from 2 30 to 4 . Wood unit of the mayor s com the purpose of the conferences Mission on youth welfare. Is to inform residents of the com Jamss Means 215 w. 72nd St., Unity How to com is conference chairman plaints when faced with Dis Crimi i _ Calory practises in employment a Quot March a a a for of up cd ,. To Ference on Job opportunities and i he panel of experts from the ijol3 upgrading will be held. At i three agencies the Illinois fair St Carthage to explain the employment practice commis Many oppor, pc t0 be Sion the Chicago commission on employ mint. Human relations and the Ilii i cops admit filing phony1 injury claims against . Nois state employment. Service i will give detailed talks on How each Agency responds when issues of discrimination arise. Following the three Short talks will be a one hour discussion period. Walter Ducey of the Illinois fair employment practices commission Robert Squires of the Chicago commission on human relations and Lucien Watson of the Illinois state employment service will make up the panel. Extending an open invitation to the Public monsignor John i. Hayes pastor of St. Carthage said a the Illinois Fec will adult millinery in classes opened a on night a Weck millinery class to adults was launched i cd. 5, at the Charles s. Deneen social Center 7240 Wabash ave., As an adult Community project by the Board of education e. J. O Brien director. Purpose of the class held each Friday night from 7 to to ., is to teach adult students to make frames and design hats a la american italian and French Mode. Class instructor is mrs. Louise pleasant 7239 Rhodes ave. The class which began feb. 5, will run through the month of april. Set history j speech at fat meet Russell l. Adams editor of a volume on negroes entitled a famous negroes past and present a is the guest speaker at the general meeting of the Mcdade Pat which is beg held in the James e. Mcdade school 8801 Indiana ave. Thursday evening. At 8 00. Adam a candidate for the doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Chicago is presently engaged in completing a dissertation on voluntary associations in the South prior to 1900. A former interviewer for the social research inc., and a research assistant in the ooh Leal science department of the Chicago educational institution of higher learning he is the recipient of Many honors and awards. Among these Are a four year scholarship granted by peps cola company a Davella Miles foundation and a Rockefeller Grant. He resides in Chicago with i wife and six year old daughter president of the Mcdade it contingent is mrs. James sum mers 451 e. 88th pm. Library Marie might on wednesday a Eising feb. 3, the bulletin went to a movie Ami the feature a both entertaining and educational la was shown at the Kelly Brandi of the Chicago Public Library 6151 Normal As a segment of their a people places and pastimes a series. Entitled the a american profile a the movie took viewers on a journey along . Highway #1, from Northern Maine to key West Florida. The scenery was wonderful the description poetic and informative and the viewers were not restless idling things in order left to right mrs. Leila Lowe 8346 Langley senior assistant Tielen Mack 550englewood Maudesta Wilson 653 w. 60tii St. James Barrow 7358 Lafayette and mrs. Naomi Qusenberry 744 5 Vernon chief assistant. Incidentally movies at Library Are free. The next one is scheduled for wednesday evening feb. I 7. Commentator to speak in methodist program falsify report of 1963 postal truck collision two City policemen admitted submitting phony Accident claims to the Federal government in Federal court last week before u. S. District judge Abraham l. Marovitz. According to testimony the two Norwood Smith 8401 s. Wabash and William a. Wilson 531 e. 91st pl., entered two falsified injury claims against the Post office department following Accident in 1963. The claims involved vision Between a Nail truck and not in the car at the time. Smith s car driven by his part of they confessed after postal in Ner. Wilson at 8516 South Park while off duty. According to asst. U. S. Attorney Barry j. Freeman the two policemen falsely filed administrative claims for $2,450 for injuries Wilson for a knee injury which was athletic in origin and Smith despite the fact he was spectres had noted some inconsistencies in their version of the Accident. Both have been suspended As policemen pending the out come of the criminal easel judge Marovitz ordered pre sentence investigations and Sei March 19 for sentencing. An License plates financed Liberty will lend you Cash a on just your name to Purchase your 1965 License plate and City sticker select the amount you want from this Chart. Then Stop at the Liberty office nearest your Home or work today. Hank Martin for Quality photography Call he 8-1428 a Cotts people on the i promote better relations Between Isis of african background missing pages in american his the races and will take an offertory will be the theme of the ing for 12 methodist related col main address sunday feb. It. Leges and a Christian student at Christ methodist Church 6401 Center that have been historically Sangamon. Operated for negroes. The address will be delivered _. A a to Loa House radio and Tele Tho so Al concerns cominis vision personality in con Lune a a a. Numbers of hits. Ion with a race relations Sraj Church Wal present House a con Tov at the Church. N tin a quoth race relations Sun i Day and the Observance of a a Ornee relations sunday will tonal negro history week. Feb. 52 observed by methodist 7.14 a hurdles across the nation. On. This Day. Members will seek to the new . Goodrich store in Chatham uneven your tires to come in aligned at this Low >5 now and get your Price. Our experts will Check All alignment angles for accuracy and balanced operation e adjust to factory specifications for Biko new performance a adjust steering system for better faster response special Low Price this week Only negro history week was founded in 1915 by Carter g. Woodson who formed the association for the study of negro life Ani history in the . This year will Mark the 40th anniversary. House is a native of St. Paul Minn. He received his Bachelor of arts degree from macalester College St. Paul. House has done extensive research on the history of the american negro in music. His vast collection of recordings con sound Early negro religious gospel and work songs the spirituals and the blues. He will relate in his address some of his recent experiences in the Laurel Mississippi summer project and his fight with the a a klansmen and members of the White citizens Council who destroyed his recording equipment when he attempted to gather news information concerning negroes seeking to assert their rights As citizens. Be .111 a millinery enrol now for Spring Hobby classes Call today 783-5155 mon9 30, la 30 a rn., 7, 9 p a tues. 7, 9 pm. Only thurs9 30, 11 30 arn7, 9 p a a complot lint of millinery supplies Ruby s millinery supplies 8613 cottage Grove amount 6 monthly payments $ 27.09 $ 5.00 43.34 8.00 54.17 10.00 86.68 16.00 108.34 20.00 above payments include principal and All charges if repaid on schedule. Life and Accident health insurance Protection at group rate is available on All Loans. Larger amounts available a Liberty loan corporation 419 East 79th St. Aberdeen 4-3500 open Friday until 8 . Able transmission service transmission Over haul Small cars. $100.00 \ no Jet a Way and others $125.00money seals All cars. $ 33.00 Down i year guarantee prices include Ell parts a labor a Oil a guarantee car ready and running. 6315 South University phone 684-7720 15 years experience in the Field free free free stainless steel Steak with $3.00 incoming cleaning order no limit Rhodes cleaners Between Rhodes and Eberhart 514 e. 79th Street a 3-9745 plan founder s Day Observance other services to keep your car Ronning smoothly i Brake relining e remove shoe and clean plates e replace linings and Cam grind new linings a free and lubricate anchors and adjusting cams e Check Brake shoes 2495 Alai a any car Bie Goodrich Brake adjustment a adjust Brake shoes a carefully test brakes a inspect Brake lining a inspect Hydraulic system c 88 any car r your convenient budget accounts invited your convenient . Goodrich store too e. 87th 874-7400 founders Day will be observed by the Harlan Pat in the social room of the John Marshall Harlan High school 9652 Michigan ave., at 1 15 . Feb. 17. The Pat will be paying tribute to its past presidents. The Honoreen Are mrs. Andrew mrva one of the Harlan Pat organizers who is currently president of the Chicago Region mrs. Lawrence Uebner and mrs. Alex Benko. I9 a style show featuring outfits in de and modelled by students of the Home economics department under the direction of mrs t Pope will be a feature of the a Days program. The nominating i committee will give a report 7 and refreshments will he served by the social commit tee under \ the chairmanship of mrs. John 4 Denny. Feeder schools that have j been invited to attend the meet-1 ing Are Bennet and Gillespie. ? i i i i wonder food super Market 1427 East 67th St. 1200 East 61st St. You dont have to go to Florida you can enjoy True Comfort at Home with Csc the Only control system that will automatically adjust your present Furnace for every slight change in the weather. Eisimi Ujiie these Dischof sets cold floors cold rooms hot blasts cold drafts noisy Furnace plus inst. Racine heating co. 8030 s. Racine furnaces boilers a 3-1300 Gas heating equipment water Heaters air conditioning Borden s Grad a milk a 39 come to our Cut rate liquor dept. Headquarters for All your liquor and Beer needs at Money saving it us a 67th Street store Only produce a firm tube tomatoes 3 a 89= moses1 Kosher wine full quart 59 Riceland extra Long Grain Rice 2 Bact 25� to. Michigan Jonathan apples a 4 by 29c x name brands your Choice Gin Vodka or whiskey 269 fifth Meadow Gold Creamery butter in quarters 2 lbs. Tac limit la. 1 Quot a a a extra fancy collard greens Large 4 do Bunch in meats Georgia s finest frying chickens 2 bag a limit la. Whole cleaned and washed Mustar or turnip tops 10c la Quaker White Corn meal 5 bag 29 . Choice Steak Sale sirloin . 89c Tbone . 99c Boneless rolled Rump roast. La. 79c ground round . 69c puerto rican yellow Sweet potatoes 10c la Domino pure Cane sugar 5 a,49 Large peppers car each wonder fresh Grade Quot a Quot Large eggs 39�?~ swifts Premium sliced Bacon 1 a thick ode pkg. He 2-lb. Pkg. 07 meats special Cut Short steaks Only 49� la. Fresh meaty neck Bones pigs feet pigs tails 4 for Quot 50c name Brand facial tissues 400 count #1 a la Box 17 All Sale i tvs must accompany regular Purchase order a i a i a i wonder food super Market South Side s 2 most modern super marts featuring self service 1427 East 67th St.-1200 East 61st St. I Reserve Thi right to limit quantities

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