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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 25, 1971, Chicago, Illinois Turf i a Vii i h. Of cd k90e Nety non i family it s Good to be Back. What on Earth would i do without such wonderful friends a As one of my guest columnists Bernadine Washington put it a the Only Way to have friends is to be Connie mrs. Jack seals and Frances Matlock also guests columnist you were just precious the Chicago Urban league s annual luncheon meeting in the International ballroom of the Conrad Hilton was a very interesting and informative meeting. This year the annual Man of the year award goes to Brooks Mccormick who is president of the league s powerful advisory Council. He is also president and chief executive officer of International Harvester co. We on a vice president Bernadine Washington was selected As one of the leagues Beautiful people and presented on award. Board member to and f r. Executive Sid. Ordower is heading the 1971 membership drive. Sid says the magic number is 15,000 the Campaign is from feb. To through april 19. Send the league a Check now for membership. Laplois Ashford executive director of Cul. Gave his report he told the Large throng of luncheon guests Chicago has a great inventory of the stuff it takes to move ahead but still not awakened stimulated organized for action. The William Hilliards served Gumbo at Home in Beautiful Park Manor. The Crosby garretts just barely made it you see Quot Adelle a Quot club the Towne and country girls held a special meeting and Lucheon in the Camelia House of the Drake hotel. The 1971 cancer crusade kick off luncheon is Mardi 3rd. In the grand ballroom of the Lasalle hotel at 12 noon. Mrs. Edward Brown will be there mrs. Edward Barnes of Pittsburgh and miss Hattie Russell of Charlotte were both House guests of or. And mrs. Lowell Zollar. They were Here for the Chicago moles red and White formal dinner dance in the Skyline room of the Sherman House. Or. And mrs. J. Oscar Lee gave a breakfast party in the ladies Honor. A luncheon that monday by their hostess mrs. Zollar at the Beverly Woods the Crystal room at which time mrs. Roy English won first prize at Bridge and mrs. James Harris second. The prizes were fabulous such As Wool blankets leather designer pockets Gold silverware set and Etc. Mrs. James Oscar Lee was Chic wearing All Black and Gaucho hat. Mrs. Paul Patterson and mrs. Howard Morris in striking Grey suits. Mrs. William Harvey was pretty party at Chez Paul on Rush Street. Or. And mrs. Melvin Maclin opened their doors to 6th. Warders for a Champagne party honouring committeeman Eugene Sawyer. Bern of the won Bern club says she has been queried Many times about the club which is one of her favorite subjects because of the full filament so Many Jorv Atli Thrift store emerges 2 convenient locations a accept Ned stomp ism South Chicago ave. 6630 s Ashland Ava. 374-5111 434-5300 a merchandise at reduced prices mortgage Protection so your family will always have a roof Over their Heads investigate new York life s mortgage Protection insurance. Kennith Lewis Hilo untie Weiter a Umnus and personal in sur Anci planning 164 w. Jackson blvd Boom Soo bus. Wabash 2-7171 Ris. 651-3651 new York life insurance company life insurance a group insurance annuities a health insurance pension plans to Stirt Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w Englewood to 3-4433 Rev w. N Daniel so pastor sunday Hurch school 9 . Worship to 45 . Prayer meeting wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . 9 30 . Amp 11 30 . Christ Unity Temple 8601 s. State 487-0030 Rev. Johnnie Coleman a minister sunday school to to . I 30 . And 12-1 . Morning worship to 30 . And 12-1 . Wednesdays �?8 people have received. The won Bern Auh has been an inspiration for Many females. For the teenager free counselling in the prerequisites of the modelling profession by Carl Scott. The excitement of travelling to far off lands which does much to bolster the morale and fond memories in the aftermath. The ladies have enjoyed the culture of Nassau in the Bahamas British West indies Mexico and Bermuda in the Virgin Isles. This year Sites will be Hawaii. However the ladies loved their first trip to Washington the club is now adding to their scholarship fund announcement of the winners will be on june 19th. Culminating with a banquet at the Sherman House. A conference on Quot consumer class actions Quot will be held Friday february 28, at the University of Chicago Law school ii East 60th Street. Class actions Are suits brought by one or More persons but representing a much larger group with a common interest in the question under litigation. The conference which will include a morning and afternoon session will give interested people an Opportunity to explore various aspects of class actions for Consumers. Philip Schrag consumer advocate in the new York City office of consumer affairs will open the morning sea lion 9 30 . To 11 30 ., with a speech entitled Quot class actions the need for additional Arnold Shure Chicago attorney and a University of Chicago Law school alumnus will ask Quot is the experience in stockholder actions relevant Quot the conference will resume in the afternoon 2 . To 5 ., with a speech by Ferdinand Zeni associate general counsel Montgomery Ward and company Chicago on Quot Consumo class actions experience of defense Arthur a. Leff. Professor of Law in the Yale Law school will speak on Quot consumer class actions an among the several controversial issues to be considered will be the recent legislative proposals to authorize consumer oriented cases within the Liberal class actions provision of the Federal rules of civil procedure. Proponents of this new legislation feel that consumer class actions on a National level Are necessary to Correct the economic imbalance which has existed Between the individual consumer and Large marketing organizations. Although agreeing with the goals of such legislation the Nixon administration has voiced reservations regarding the Lack of procedural safeguards in the proposals. Beautiful people award the Chicago Urban league s annual luncheon meeting held Friday february in honoured the Quot Beautiful people Quot of Chicago. These Are the Folk who walk the Quot extra mile a who give of their time their talents their skills. In addition to serving wherever they Are whenever they Are they perform a particularly former convict addict saves souls As evangelist preacher valuable service to the Urban league. Awards were Given to Bernadine c. Washington Clara Day Dorothy Middlebrook Leotis k. Frazier and Norman Rubin. Urban league executive director Lakie Ashford right applauds the awardees. Beauty care for the past 21 years an important part of the National Beauty Salon week this year february 14-20, has been the institutional welfare program. During this week members of the Chicago 6 Illinois Hairdresser association form work groups called Beauty Angels Quot and go to local sanitarium hospitals Homes for the aged orphanages and othe. Institutions to Fumihi free Beauty services to the Many Leas fortunate residents. Latest style hair does haircuts hair colouring and any other hair care is Given. Representing and providing the feeling that somebody cares these dedicated professional workers who receive Only gratification and Delight for their services at the safari House 140 West 62nd Street Chicago Illinois will be the Volunteer hairdressers in charge is Diana Brantley of the Golden comb 1727 East 87th Street Chicago Illinois. They will visit the Home on february 15th, 10 30 . Until they finial. Arnold j. Vander Meulen former convict drunkard and dope addict who turned his Back on his old life to become an evangelist will speak sunday feb. 28th at la ., at Israel Church 7620 cottage Grove. Vander Meulen who terms himself an Quot a convict saved by god s Grace Quot will Tell of his conversion to Christ in Chicago a famed Pacific Garden Mission where such men As Mel Trotter and Billy sunday both widely known evangelists of earlier years began new lives. Shortly after he turned his Back on crime Vander Meulen surrendered to the Fri and was sentenced to Southern Michigan prison at Jackson Michigan on old felony charges. It was in this prison that he decided to enter the ministry. In prison he supervised the prison Bible school which grew from a handful of inmates to More than 700 men studying the Bible behind prison Walls. Vander Meulen was paroled after having served Only two years of his Long sentence and almost immediately began his evangelistic career. In this meeting he will share his experiences behind prison Walls and on the skid rows of America. He will Alto describe his present Day ministry of prison evangelism and Rescue missions. He has founded 9 Rescue missions located in the skid Row districts of some of America s major cities. These missions minister annually to tens of thousands of derelicts Vander meulens prison and jail work has taken him into penal institutions in every state of the . In 5 Canadian provinces into Mexico and puerto Rico. He preaches to thousands of inmates annually. Trophies and Valentines the physical education department at the Revere elementary school 1010 e. 72nd St. Held its first annual sweethearts Ball on feb. 18, at 1 00 . In the school gymnasium. Among the Many events to take place were the crowning of Revere sweetheart of 1971, miss Sharon Hill 202 and the awarding of trophies to players who participated in the first annual Revere intramural basketball tournament won by eighth Grade rooms 104, mrs. Euen Hardy sponsor and 104, mrs. Mirian a sponsor and seventh Grade room 103, or. Tom Brown sponsor. Among the Many guests invited were District superintendent Byron minor the p.t.a., faculty and staff of Revere school. Inglewood service Conter now open mon., thunhi., 9.30-9.00 tv., wed 9 30-9 00 sat., 9 30-5 30 automotive special Complete Brake service Piru Mai Loor for mom Ort 59 95 Hove your car Sears serviced while you shop no what a do o install it of tire lining a torn Dawn All four Brake drum a rebuild Oil four wheel cylinders o flush refill Hydraulic a Stem o ref ack front wheel hearing o Call to 3 400 far a appointment a charge it in no Monty Down in Sears revolting c Barge account to Sears Englewood j teen family clinic set words to Cook by during the lenten season fid and shellfish will be found often on Many tables but this versatile gift from the sea can be a Welcome change from meat any time of the year. Highly nutritious seafood provide protein Vitamin a and b Complex and some minerals a All necessary to Good health. Although the food values vary somewhat depending on the kind of fish and where they Are caught generally seafood Are excellent for elderly people invalids children and those trying to , too. If you Are selecting a whole fresh fish be sure you look for Bright Clear bulging eyes Reddish Pink Gills and fins firm elastic flesh Springs Back when pressed and Scales cling to flesh. If fillets Are next on your menu you might enjoy the easy tasty recipe below. Oven Fried fish 2 pounds fish fillets i Tablespoon Salt i cup milk i cup bread crumbs 4 Tablespoons Margarine or other fat melted Cut fillets into serving pieces. Add Salt to milk dip fish in milk and Roll in crumbs place fish in Well greased shallow baking pan. Pour melted fat Over fish. Place pan on shelf near the top of a very hot oven 500 degrees and bake to to 12 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested with a Fork. Serve immediately on a hot Platter Plain or with any fish sauce. Serves 6. Stuffed eggplant i medium eggplant a cup chopped onion 3 Tablespoons butter Lac cup bread crumbs by cups com canned whole Kernel or fresh Salt and Pepper to taste dash of Tabasco Cut eggplant in half Lengthwise. Cover with boiling water and Par boil for about to minutes. Drain. Scoop out centers and chop Ane. Saute onion until soft mix with eggplant bread crumbs Corn and seasonings. Stuff the eggplant shells Dot with butter and bake in 425 degree oven for about 20 minutes. Serves 4. Quick Orange bread makes i loaf grated Rind of i Large Orange it a cup water �4 Teaspoon Salt la cup sugar milk 1 egg beaten 2 Tablespoons melted shortening 2 cup sifted All purpose flour 3 Teaspoons baking powder Combine Orange Rind water Salt and sugar in a Saucepan Cook gently for to minutes or until Rind is tender. Cool and add enough milk to the mixture to make i or cups liquid. Add beaten egg melted shortening and then the flour sifted with the baking powder. Pour into a greased loaf pan and bake in a 350 degree oven for 50 to 60 minutes. Remove from pan and Cool on rack. The Public is invited to attend a talk on family planning and the teen clinic of the planned parenthood association on thursday february 25, at i . In room 200c at Chicago state College 6800 South Stewart Avenue. Byron Swayer a Field representative with the planned parenthood association will discuss family planning methods of contraception infertility abortion and the services of Bettye Johnson food editor the bulletin 728 West 65th Street Chicago Illinois 60621 the planned parenthood association. A movie Quot to plan your family Quot will also be shown. Door pm my opening mitc we thru Peb. 2& Chicago s famous Xiv pizza a our Rizz at Madi Frish a Sarko to Ord i famous pizza pies delivered oven to to phone Fop delivery or carryout a 1-8200 8720 Stony Island special treats Chaa on All Par t Par i Poi 4 Par pain. 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