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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 22, 1969, Chicago, Illinois Black students urged to enter business Fields Tiik world of business and the College Campus will join forces in a new program to encourage Black students to prepare for the increasing opportunities opening in business the National Urban league announced Early this week. Called the Quot floating faculty project Blacks currently employed in top management jobs by some of this country a major corporations will spend a minimum of two consecutive Days a week on loan to a negro College Campus teaching students the techniques and skills necessary to succeed in a business career. Bask i their own Job look loom miss Lee s 99 soul special one soul meal every Day for 99 every Day also try our new Cooks Speri Alty a new Orleans Gumbo Quot and Quot mexican Chiu Quot Chili dogs and Chil burgers 749 l 75th St. Tight off cottage at the Cornet the Alley then 497-9329 experience these Young executives from Industrial institutions such As Bristol Myers ism Ford motor company and u. S. Steel will help Structure the course with a practical Eye towards the demands and responsibilities of business today. The course will carry full credits and the visiting instructor full professional status. Nancy Lane. Who created this project said a this is actually an Extension of the league s four year old summer Fellowship program where we bring professors from Black College campuses into Industry for a summer project in a Field related to their speciality. A a Wmk reverse approach will give students a unique Opportunity to study with and get first hand information from Black men who Are a a making it Quot in Industry today. Quot and the Beauty of this program is it will Cost neither the student nor the College once cent. Industry will pick up the miss Lane is director of the Nul s summer Fellowship program. The program opens feb 6 at two predominantly Black col Leges Atlanta University in Atlanta ga., and Howard University Washington i. C. Area set for girl scout meet sugar cookies Corn meal and Oats were determined to be three favorite mouse foods in a study at Southern Illinois University working on Best ingredients of commercial mouse killers tuesday january 28. 1969 Woodlawn Booster coat clearance up to i 40% off Beautiful fur trimmed and untrimmed Coats at our smartest prices. Come Early for Best selection. Starting today 3 Day end of month special take an additional 10% off the already reduced Sale Price a furs Labe de w the country of v n bulletin Booster areas will have wide representation during the annual senior conference for the Chicago girl scout Council when it convenes in february at George Williams College Camp Williams Bay Wise. Nearly 375 senior scouts of High school age Are expected to attend the three Day Parley feb. 28, March i and 2. Area senior scouts will be spokesmen for the 192 girl scouts in four districts. A hear me i m calling a a is the theme for the conference mrs. Kathleen smythe. Director of the department of Public relations advised District 12 will be represented by the neighbourhood University Woodlawn a senior troups 1197 and i486 South town neighbourhood also in District 12, has no senior troops but Englewood senior troop 436 will be represented District 14, chalet neighbourhood senior troop 433 District 15, Austin senior troop j 470, Brainerd Foster s troops 200 and 1122, a sex pee Ted to be repress i mrs. Smythe said. Reph esk station eludes District 16 s j troops 12, 147, and 736 you re in Good hands with Allstate Auto life sick Poy commercial homeowners firm for rates Call Ralph Williams reticence a 4-4837 off. 734.2664 All state insurance company founded by Sears a Black entrepreneurship the metropolitan life insurance co. Has displayed its Confidence in Quot Black entrepreneurship Quot and in the ability of Millard Robbins by signing a loan contract with the Robbins mortgage co. Shown Here Are seated c. R. Mackenzie. Metropolitan life Millard Robbins jr., president Robbins mortgage co. Standing Harvey Coats. Metropolitan life mrs. Millard Robbins or. And David Collymore. Treasurer Robbins mortgage co. Robbins is the first Black mortgage correspondent for metropolitan life in the area. The Robbins family resides at 8417 Prairie. Robbins also is president of Robbins insurance co., 8224 King or. The place for particular people two Beautiful locutions to serve you qualm Ort Cima City Bank w announces earnings the Chicago City Bank and Trust company held it s annual meeting of stockholders tuesday morning. Jan. 21., in the Bank at 63rd and hoisted and from All appearances there were smiles All around. W nor Bort Engles. Chairman and Chiel executive officer announced that 1968 earnings increased to $1,578,659 or $19.73 per share compared with $1,507,670 and $18 85 respectively a year ago. A a these increased profits Quot said Engles Quot resulted from an increased volume of activity in almost every Bank department. Stockholders elected the following directors of the Bank for the ensuing year Floyd h Abramson. Partner in the Law firm of Moses Mccarr Gib Bons Abramson amp Fox Sam Beber honorary chairman Chicago City Bank amp Trust co. Clyde e. Borman president of Chicago City Bank and Trust co. W Norbert Engles chairman and chief executive Juicer of Chicago City Bank and Trust co. Ivan Himmel owner of Mimir jul engineering co. Jerald l. Katleman. President of Park Forest Homes inc. Chester w Kulp. Partner in the Law firm of Kathie Kulp. Sabel amp Sullivan mrs. Charlane m a i req list registered representative and assistant vice president of Mccormick amp co., incorporated Steven r. M a i Runqui is registered representative of Blunt Ellis amp Simmons Robert j Mcandrews registered representative of Mccormick amp co., incorporated William h. Mcdonnell. Retired publisher James p. Mchugh vice president of Mchugh construction co. Walter p. Murphy senior partner of the Law firm of Murphy and Pearson Clair m Roddewig president of the Asse nation of Western railways Bernard n. Sack partner sack realty co. Charles l. Schrager. President of Charles l. Schrager and co Harry l. Vixens consultant George Hollenbach co. And Victor e. It Ter Berg. Executive vice president of Chicago City Bank and Trust co. Howard 6359 so. Hoisted a a a a a a a a a a a boys wanted routes available in Park Manor Chatham Englewood k i i do you have an ambitious boy who would like to have a business of his own there Are bulletin routes available in your neighbourhood. Your boy can earn his own Money and gain valuable business experience that willbe a big help to him As he gets older. Ark tor Tho circulation Dopa moot or apply in Parson at South Side office 633 e 71 St. Englewood office 728 w 65 St anytime or i 5 30 . 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