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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 14, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Alo frills just Bil disco the Strong Central Bank of the South East Side a satisfaction guaranteed the bulletin thursday january 14, 1965 Stonewall Hospital resolve Bias dispute was Hie physician Edwards claims inadequately examined mrs. Lola Blake dec. 20, Aryl re feared her to county Hospital for further treatment is no longer a member of the Hospital staff Kunnath stated. A whether he was satisfied that St. Bernard a was now free of discriminatory practices Edwards commented a with or. Kelaris no longer sending negroes All Over the City for emergency treatment i am hopeful St. Bernard s will be the Type of Hospital we want in our Community. At any rate i have no further plans to picket the hos i ending his dispute with St Bernard a Hospital 6337 Harvard 1 Stonewall Edwards self styled a humanitarian against injustice a j sat Down with Hospital officials monday afternoon in an Effort to resolve a list of grievances and charges of race discrimination. Mondays meeting originally i scheduled Between Hospital off i a vials and the key. Carl Fuqua executive Secretary of the Chicago Branch a act was cancelled when Fuqua failed to appear. No explanation was Given for Fuquay a absence in spite of the fact he had railed the meeting. However since Stonewall and the officials were available an Impromptu meeting was held in the offices of personnel director i s. W. T. Kiszkan. A bulletin reporter sat in on the meeting attended by g. Kunnath asst administrator t. P. Staunton controller mrs. Kiszkan and Edwards. Tea delay Juwa Sale Netterville Sisters cleaners discontinued models in broken sizes hours for a Short time Only values to $17.95 the meeting covered a wide Range of subjects including the number of negroes employed at St. Bernard a 37% the hospitals hiring policy particularly in reference to negro nurses the escorting of female employees to and from the nearest bus Stop the Hospital wage scale and segregation in the Semi private rooms. Or. Demetrius Kelaris who according to Hospital records free pickup amp delivery wins inaugural invitation Illinois foot ambulatory 6448 s. Halsted to 3-1065 Bonita Simmons 7431 Perry Franklin d. Roosevelt Annie Booth 6813 Parnell Lincoln mrs. Maltis Williams Art language teacher Donna Claxton 7121 Parnell Lyndon Johnson and Cynthia of Toole 7126 Princeton Franklin d. Roosevelt. Jim will leave for Washington at 6 . Sunday morning and return thursday evening Jan. 21. An Englewood youngster is among 32 elementary school students from Lite Chicago area who have won invitations to the inauguration of president Lyndon b. Johnson wednesday Jan. 20, in Washington d. C. The area Winner is Jim Tatum 6932 Princeton an 8th Grade student at Yale upper Grade Center 7110 Princeton. Young Tatum along with the other youngsters was granted the All expenses paid trip to the nations Capitol by writing a winning essay on a the making of a each student used an american president As a Model in developing his themes. The contest was sponsored by the jewel Tea company which is defraying All costs for the trip. Tatum who wrote on president Theodore Roosevelt stated in part a my interpretation of a bigness and a great love for his country and his Fel Good president is a person with determination will Low Man. A Teddy Roosevelt had All these qualities and Many in tuesday afternoon Jan. 12, a number of Jim a fellow students who also were contestants joined their Art language teacher in wishing the Winner an enjoyable trip. Seated left to right Clifford Holloway 7036 Eggleston who wrote on Lincoln Jim Tatum and Loretta Turner 7133 Normal who wrote on Lincoln. Standing left to right service bulletin want ads pay 2 stores 8057 cottage Grove Spanish school castilian 8317 South Park ave. 846-6224 486-3811 enrol now children a classes no ago limit tuts. 6 30-8 30 . Suns. 3-5 30 . Adult s classes tuts. 7 30-9 . Suns. 3-5 30 . Also private lessons in sunday collect preparatory conversational Spanish Mario Del Rio instructor a division of the s. S. Kresge company 7830 so. Halsted at 79th open thurs. Fri., Mon. A til 9 . Sun. 12-5 1034 e. 63rd St. At Greenwood open daily 9 30 . To 5 30 . Thursday Friday saturday specials films slated at Library special prices on new heating equipment Jupiter priced values to 49c Yard the Hiram Kelly Branch Library 6151 s. Normal blvd., will present a series of films at 7 30 ., wednesday Jan. 20, in the auditorium of the Library. The theme of the series is a people places and pastimes a end the titles of the films to be shown Are a song of London and in the a song of London Well known and unknown voices sing the Many songs of London As the camera roams about the vast City. A a Yugoslavia shows Tito Ai work. The documentary camera proceeds to picture the land and the people of modern Yugoslavia. The film covers How Tito attempts to make his country a unified communist nation by controlling the three major religions influencing education and nationalizing agriculture and Industry. Admission is free and the Public is invited. 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