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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 17, 1963, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday january 17, 1963 Rcw president to speak in local Church mrs. Arnetta g. Wallace 1st chairman mrs. Oreitha k. Vice president of the United Charles. 6732 s. Evans ave., won Kyung Cho. Nationally Church women of greater Chi program chairman and mrs. Famed korean dancer will Cago will be guest speaker in Annie l. Dames president of bring his program of korean the annual missionary Day of the missionary society. The. Avance at Woodlawn e. Rev. Jonathan a. Dame is Pas and Folk dancers Usan noted korean dancer editorial to appear at Wilson Church 6456 58 s. Evans ave., Tor. Sunday. Jan. 27 at la . Twice named woman of the year by the City of Knoxville. Tenn., mrs. Wallace is the wife of the Rev. Robert c. Wallace. Executive Dean of the Chicago Baptist Institute. Other participants in the Spe Jane Neil a to to Honor graduates authentic music and costumes to the Wilson or. College auditorium on wednesday Jan. 30 at 9 45 . The Public is invited to attend the dance attraction and As part of its Community service Wilson will make no charge for the event and All outside a. Neil school. 8555 s. A May attend free. �?orv�n., Mon a Michigan ave. Will Honor seven Cho is a a classical korean x a graduates a1 commencement sex dancer having graduated and excises on Jan. 23. At to a in. Received his master s degree in Assembly Hall of the school from Monsei University in 1955. The pupils All from the Phy for the five years following this sic ally handicapped division Are he was an assistant professor Alleane Sharon Miller president Rob and instructor in korean Lan Ert Tail ant vice president Pat judge and literature at Monsei by Chear. Sandra Giertych. Al University. He also taught dance i leg nor Harris. Maria Martinez at Tewha women s University and Alpha Busby. During this time in Seoul. The Public is cordially invited he has at Carnegie to attend the commencement sex Woodlawn Church. They Are mrs. Ora t. Bell. 546 e. 89th St. Mrs. Beatrice Haley 7819 South Park ave. Mrs. Johnnie Gordon. 6233 s. Champlain ave. Mrs. Williams 6819 s. Evans ave. Others Are mrs. Othur by Smith. 7524 s. Kenwood ave. Mrs. Roberta Wright 4646 s Champlain ave. And mrs. Claude Lee. 6328 s. Rhodes ave. Y won Kyung Cho hired at the Seattle worlds fair last summer. This will be his second tour Hall in new York and was Fea in this country. A smorgasbord luncheon will excises. The a to will have a be held following the morning reception for the graduates in service. Mrs. Azalee Toliver the Neil lounge of the school 6410 s. Rhodes ave. Is luncheon following the program. Englewood a to slates panel Day or evening . Machine accounting a wiring data processing a tabulating next class begins january 19th, 1963 Low tuition a terms weekly available Cortez w. Peters business College to East 79th St. He 8-3800 the Englewood High school Coppin Chapel .e. Church a to 6201 s. Stewart ave. Will 56th St. And s. Michigan ave. Hold the first meeting of a the a social hour will follow the new year today at i . In meeting according to mrs. John the auditorium of the school. Johnson 6808 s. St. Lawrence a panel of Englewood alumni. Ave., program chairman. Mrs. Representing various colleges a1on crat it a a or 62nd a will discuss the theme Quot parents take action to keep informed on the Ever changing College requirements. Selections will be Given by the Englewood concert band under the direction of r. Kober. Invocation will be Given by the Rev. S. S. Morris jr., pastor of a to president. Major motor Supply save 35% to 50% during our Fine Landlady in code suit Ionia Wright 6122 s. Champlain ave., the owner of a building at 541-43 e. 49th St., was found guilty this week in municipal housing court of building violations. Judge Eugene Wachowski tendered a $100 Fine against the defendant for illegal installation of electrical wiring. Police Iurii Talili a Freedom can exist Only where the citizen is assured that his person is secure against bondage Lawless violence and arbitrary arrest and punishment. Moreover to be free men must be subject to discipline by society Only for commission of offences clearly defined by Law and Only after trial by due process of Law. Where a society permits private and arbitrary violence to be done to its members its own integrity is inevitably corrupted Quot to secure these rights report of the presidents committee on civil rights Washington 1947. It seems impossible that such a statement made some 15 years ago needs to be repeated today in our Community. And yet anyone who has read the Story of the brutal Violet inexplicable beating of Eddie Jackson saturday night january 5, by some Englewood policemen must see How far away we Are from achieving the objective so clearly stated by this committee. That a group of men dedicated to the Protection of All citizens regardless of their circumstances present or past should suddenly become the agents of fear and violence alarms us beyond our most horrible imaginings. And yet it happened. What frightens the most is will it happen again for such an invasion upon the citizen s right to be protected even from those who Wear the badge of protectors corrodes the very roots of our system. Does Freedom have any meaning when the enforcers of the Law become the forces of lawlessness Freedom is at stake Here. Our whole society is on trial. The mayor of this City the superintendent of police the commander of Englewood police station this entire Community. The question is firmly before All of us Are we a society which permits private and arbitrary violence to be done to its members if so then our own integrity has already been Park Manor night meeting the regular meeting of the Park Manor a to will be held on Friday Jan. 18 in the school 7049 s. Rhodes ave. The meeting will be a a to Quot night meeting and will begin at 7 15 . Mrs. A. L. Davenport president of the organization said that All parents and friends Are invited to attend. A annual january Nook mat Zambom prices slashed below any discount level you have Ever. Seen 7 every Colora every style a Ftp / to match All cars i the program according to mrs. Jethro Jeffers publicity chairman will be entered around the fifth graders who will present dances and other i entertainment. She said that Herbert Shiff principal will be the official speaker with a question and i answer period following. Sale for thurs., Jan. 17 thru sat., Jan. 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One piece rear mat $3.18 2-piece form fit Auto rugs Reg. $8.75 protect car floor and toe boards. Made of Fine Quality heavy rubber with built in Heel reinforcements under accelerator. Diagonal Ridge design makes cleaning easy. 7 popular colors Reg. $3.75 form fit Sav a mat hog. $1.19 Diamond de luxe Utility mat Reg. $2.50 18"x20&Quot discount Price 8 two tone colors yell car and homa Utility mat Reg. $1.50 discount Price 18"x20&Quot 7 colors heavy rubber Low Cost mat Protection covers worn spots in Mats form fits under Ped als. Available in Black Only. Wilson a chitterling cleaned 4 a to. 4 79 i split in pail i Center Cut acc pork chops bulb. F Rath a Blackhawk thick sliced o 4 09 Bacon. To lbs. I sugar cured Coli la. % Choice Blade Cut a pc pot roast owl. Sea pass 7q a breaded shrimp i w Box \ Folger s Coffee Reg. Or drip 59 la. Country fresh eggs med. Grade Quot a Quot 2 Dot. 89 in Carnation milk 7 4 of tall cans i Bresler a ice Cream 79 a Gal. Campbells Tomato soup 3 can 29 Premium saltines 23s la. Box Morton s Rock Salt 1 0 la. Bag 3sc Kitchen treat pies Cherry peach pumpkin 3 22 of Okas. 89 bargains % you get everything at major discount credit service main store 1000 w. 63rd St. Daily 1 30 am. To 6 a in. Monday thursday and Friday til 9.00 . Open sundays 9 to 7 . Chicago s original automotive discount stores Roseland 11021 Michigan ave. 8 to am to 6 pm. Monday thurs and Friday til 9 of a in. South 958 w. 79th St. 8 30 a in. To 6 . Monday and thursday til 9 00 Southeast 9003 s. Commercial 8 30 a in. To 6 monday and thursday til 9 00 o m of. Pkg. State Way a own Golden Harvest bread 5 4 00 i /4 la. Loaves Canadian Ace Beer 4 qts. 95p,s Dep Seagram 7 Crown whiskey a29 fifth House of lords scotch 549 fifth store hours daily 9 . To to . Sundays 9 . To 6 . Take one by Lee Marks How a bout that and other such impertinence eighth Ward Alderman James condone puff licit Crew finally got the noose papers to publish a ii get of his Quot accomplishments Over the past four years. Summary there Are Many new Street lights for which he is responsible. You la find practically All of them was Down East of the tracks. Now lets hear it for Jim what did you say. There was a top secret meeting to which All the sepia candidates for the 21st Ward were invited last sunday in a 79th and cottage pub. Meeting was called by an insurance purpose to listen to a skillful Appeal from a noted Chicago attorney to withdraw in favor of big hitch candidate James Bradbury not Only refused to attend but made his a no thank you Clear As Crystal. Now what was that about drop outs. St Ward candidate Ernie Banks for reasons Hest known to him decided to get outta town rather than stick around to a discuss with the people some of the problems facing the it is now official that the local rept ibs have said a no hacking or. Blk. Meanwhile Coleman t. Holt seems to stand a very Good Chance of being Able to put a Dent in condone aspirations a and indications Are he a heard the Gong and is All set to come out fighting people places and other data those two pairs of soup spoons that a geor just George carries around with him ainu to for eating soup. Besides his chores at the Triangle Barbershop he makes Finger snapping i sic with Mem. He a a drummer As Well. Or. James a. Jones o.d., does t need a memory Jogger to recall his office phone number. Illinois Bell gave him 363-6326, the last four digits being the Street address of his office on cottage Grove. Incidentally he a preparing an eve opening piece on Quot Opportunity in optometry.�?�. Clyde James tile drugs its Legalo w. A and sundries Man who opens a new store out at 115th Street holds the Post of county jail pharmacist. One of his customers there was the celebrated Paul Quot Burn. Killer. Burn Crump. There a one word to describe Folk Singer Terry Calli Erk treatment of Oscar Brown. Ups Quot rags and Iron ditto Terry fic. Unworn the Chatham chamber of Commerce or one of the leaders thereof is soon unhappy with the Milton lamp proposal which would apply Quot economic pressure again get pm plovers who practice racial discrimination so what a the a bugs overheard at Tempo lounge Quot i remember the Day i left Mississippi. This big bulldog looking Guy came up to me and said a what Yoxall Reading boy a t looked him dead in the Eye and said Quot Lincoln a emancipation proclamation mister. And that makes me a Man a a touche its Only Money the Park District is All set to spend nearly $30,000 of your Money and mine to build a one game room one Story Structure on the Park site at 85th Street and South Park Quot woefully inadequate a cries from the Community pleas to the 21st Ward committeeman to 8th Ward Alderman and to 6th Ward Alderman to act in the Community a behalf to alter the plan and provide More realistic indoor facilities got no response from the 21st and 8th wards Quot and i Tell you. Citizens i have done. Bosh final take its no longer the its now called the Quot chiropractors begin leaders course there will be a leadership training school for members of the churches of the South Chica Goland District Illinois Synod of the new lutheran Church in America. This school will be held at atonement evangelical lutheran Church 70th and Laflin on the Friday evenings of january and february 1963. Classes began Friday january la at 7 30 . The Aims of the school Are to help Church school teachers become better teachers and to help train laymen for responsible service at All Levels in the new lutheran Church in America. The courses will include Basic Christian beliefs the Church and teen agers teaching methods and problems. Churchman ship introduction to the new Long Range program in Parish education. Missions and Benevolence activities in the lutheran Church in America. This school is being planned by laymen of the churches of the District to meet their needs As they see them. On the planning committee Are Harry Meyer. 5131 s. Rockwell St., Charles Kaden 3849 w. 80th pl., Martha Zieger 6424 s. Seeley ave., or. And mrs. George Swanson 6454 s. Damen ave., mrs. Annie Atkinson. 7925 s. Evans ave., mrs. Robb in Skyles. 8342 s. Prairie ave., mrs. Evelynne Stringer 7025 s. Ashland ave., Charles Moniak. 9832 s. 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