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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 28, 1965, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday. January 28, 1965 Page Dichurch notes St. Stephen s lutheran Tho Luther league of St. Stephens lutheran Church will observe youth sunday Jan. 31, at 7 30 . The youths have prepared a program designed to interest members of their age group. Or. And mrs. Thomas Hughes have been named league youth advisers for 1965. The leagues Resolution to have a fruitful and challenging year is expressed in its theme a striving today for a better Church a o. Will Mark its 10th anniversary at la ., sunday Jan. 31, in the Church at 5831 Indiana. The service also will include the ordination of the Rev. John Parnell. The most Rev. G. Duncan hink son is Bishop and Rector of St. Augustine a. St. Augustine a St. Augustine s pro Cathedral to perform Robert William Ingram jr., 6420 Rhodes will be presented in a concert of songs for the Tenor voice sunday afternoon Jan. 31, Al 5 . In the Lith Street theatre. Although Ingram has appeared in Many plays and musicals including the Lead in Carousel and kiss me Kate the concert will Mark his first major Public appearance in the Chicago area. His most recent activity has been the directing of the radio television drama a sorry wrong he graduates from Wilson College this term. St. Georges slates Ball the episcopal men and women of St. Georges episcopal Church will hold their second annual Bai masque from to . To 2 ., saturday feb. 13, in the Parkway ballroom 4455 South Park. Prizes will be awarded for the most Beautiful and the most original costumes at the masquerade Ball. Co chairmen of the fund raising Benefit Are mrs. Wilhelmena Wilson and Charles Holly. Executive to speak at Wilson n career planning and jobs Richard d. Gleason will be the featured speaker at Wilson colleges new economics club meeting at 11 00 ., wednesday feb. 3. His speech will be delivered in room 311w, in the administration building of the College located at 7047 Stewart. Gleason s speech will be or. A career planning and Job the speech will be open to the Public. Sponsor of the economics club is faculty member Andrew Korim. The student president is David m. Nortanic 3419 w. 65th pm. Gleason pioneered the new Field of executive career planning and Job finding counselling. In the Early forties he served As a Leader of the new York Man marketing clinic which Bas helped More than 600,000 applicants. Founded in 1935, it is operated by the sales executives club of new York. Through the years he continued counselling As an avocation until 1954 when he founded Richard d. Gleason associates in Chicago. No Mere theorist Gleason has an a degree from the University of Michigan and has held two vice presidencies in leading companies one in employee relations administration for a general electric affiliate the other As account executive and merchandising counsel for w. L. Stensgaard and associates. New Jerusalem denied Keynoter permit to relocate Chicken dinners will Benefit a acc project funds for the Mississippi summer project of the student nonviolent coordinating committee will be sought by the Young Christian students yes of St. Columbanus Catholic Church through the Sale of Chicken dinners from i through 5 ., saturday Jan. 30. Harvey Collins owner of Collins Barbecue House Chain and Park Manor business Man has donated too chickens to the yes to help in this Effort. Orders May be placed for dinners by calling he 3-5925. Deliveries will be . Gary Holman 7042 Vernon is president of the College chapter of the Young Christian students and Deloris Robinson 7157 Langley is president of the High school i chapter. St Columbanus is located at 331 e. 71st St. Expanding athletic program More Tuan half of the funds needed to renovate the gym and expand the athletic program at St. Dorothy a roman Catholic Church 450 e. 78th St., were presented to the assistant pastor at the Church Friday evening Jan. 22. The funds were raised through the efforts of the holy name society of the Church primarily at an affair held saturday evening. Dee. 26, 1961, in the grand ballroom of the Ascot Motel Lith and Michigan. Participating in last fridays presentation were left to right Rudolph Comeaux 7605 Oberhart who sold the highest number of tickets Nick Niehof son 7754 Rhodes publicity director Adam Zimmerman 7614 Champlain treasurer Emmett Brown 9110 Emerald program chairman and the Rev. George Clements assistant pastor. The Cheek was for si500. According to father Clements the total amount needed to renovate the gym is s2500. Three area residents begin terms As directors of Chatham i Mca Quot dedicated to parents who care Quot Chatham Avalon Nursery school and kindergarten fall registrations now being accepted mrs. Medora Marshall director 26 East 79th Street St 3-2357 beginning their terms this month As members of the Board of directors of the Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St., Are mrs. Tommie Haynes 8033 Rhodes the Rev. Norman Nelson 7352 Calumet and Leonard Grady 8246 Forest. Mrs. Haynes is a nurse the Rev. Or. Nelson is minister of Salem lutheran Church and Grady is owner of Home Oil service. The Chatham a a a currently is seeking funds for the 1965 program. The new Board members whose terms began Jan. I Are engaged in this Effort by helping to obtain contributions in the area. Or. John Lewis 752 e. 83rd St., reported that the Cha than Myca has reached the $5,30 Mark in its special gifts drive for $8,000 during january. Or. I wis is general chairman of the Effort which is seeking $14,-R&Gt&Lth during january and february. The immediate goal is for larger gifts from businesses and Century club members $100 or More annually. Frank m. Hagerty chairman of the a by a Board of directors said a Cdr. Lewis has done a tremendous Job in getting our Campaign under Way and we Are Well ahead of last the Myca must secure a por Tion of its budget each year i through local contributions. These funds Are used to subsidize the added costs not paid by the boys and girls. Or. Lewis urged All arca residents to assist with the drive by either contributing or campaigning and said a the Myca is a Community Center operated directly by Lay leaders in our for further information about the Myca program Call Richard g. Forkner executive Secretary at Hudson 8-3133. John o. Root general Secretary of the Chicago Myca will be the keynote speaker at the Chatham my can a 22nd annual meeting Friday evening Jan. 29. Program demonstrations will be held at 6 . Prior to the dinner. Included in the program will be judo paddle Ball trampoline and dancing. The City s zoning Board of appeals refused to Grant a special use permit to the Rev. Timothy Lee pastor of the new Jerusalem missionary Baptist Church for the building at 1316-18 w. 63rd St. The Rev. Or. Lee had sought the location As new quarters for the Church. The one Story Brick building located in a cl-2 restricted commercial District is within 200 feet of a new service station. A representative of the station who appeared at the hearing objected to the proposal and charged that the proximity of the i Church would constitute a Public health and safety problem. Wade Perkins owner of the lot at 122 e. 63rd at., was granted a special use permit allowing establishment of an Auto laundry at the 63rd Street site. The site is zoned c2-3 general commercial. A special use permit was granted allowing the construction of a two Story 24-unit apartment building in a b4-3 restricted service District at 1834-44 w. 79th St. The site ownership is in a Trust of the american National Bank and Trust company. Fresh from our ovens Amber bakery 8246 cottage Grove to 4-6777 open 5 Good news when Newt touches your life an Auto Accident fir in your Home a theft then especially is it comforting to hear the a Good news of our p. service. A up. ii the extra attention and help you get from our Agency whenever you need it. Richard e. Jones insurance Agency 7905 s. Cottage Grove suite 209 a 4-3739 Raqi a Tiu casualty item to warn company Mim Mumm. Con Mencer items on Sale january 28, 29, 50, 31. Fresh meat on Sale january 28, 29, 30. We Reserve the right to limit quantities. Open sunday 12 to 5 . Shop monday thursday and Friday 9 30 to 9 00 other Days 9 30 to 5 30 country fresh Grade a frying chickens 50 extra i a we tamps More liquor r fam a 1905. Rets to doom this valuable Coupon 50 extras amp a i with a Purchase of $5 Oft excluding the Sale of Beer wine and cigarettes. Limit i Coupon Peny. I is Oner expires Jan. 31, Wieboldt super food a 50 extra we Ioc a to excl Dir a it it and cig of. A a it a 141 str Wiel too extra Kiowa ibis valuable Coupon for extras amp is a a Purchase of Sio or More la the Sale of Beer wine liquor Arette. Limit i Coupon per fam 55 is Oifer expires Jan. 31, 1965. Jolt s super food markets to fms too extra or nos fed to perfection to give you plump Juicy tender Birds. Every one government inspected and Grade whole a. Cut up la. 31c country fresh Chicken ports legs la. 45 breasts la. 55 wings in. 29 leg. 2 for 65c Del Monte a eaches. Can leg. 33c Del Monte drink leg. 39c Del Monte a Ruit cocktail. Leg. 2 for 39c Lei Monte Corn. Leg. 2 for 39c Al Monte Catsup leg. $1.49 Folger s of fee. No. 2 a can Calo Chi 46 of. To Ai o go. 2vz s 4 v cans a no. 303 a cans 35 14 of. A bottles 29 9 la $139 i y 13/4 in. Jar of co o tasty roasting chickens in. 39 flavorful Long Island duckling in. 39 Scott Peterson slice Pak Bologna y0uj. C,0jce Cotta Salami spiced luncheon a. Filc minced luncheon pkg. 3 Job hygrade hot or mild i in. Pork sausage Roll of hygrade Ball Park Franks pkg. I in. R a 59 from Sweet Cream lightly salted land o Hakes butter 69 c la a Brown preserves leg. 99c vegetable shortening q in. "7q0 Risco Calv Wisconsin aged Swiss cheese in. 55 berber s strained a3y food. 10 i a i Iii ii . Plus you gets amp a Green Stamps a Iii Iii i Iii Iii Iii i it Berret Frozen meat pies from Rich danish dough Pecan heart Coffee cake a beef a Chicken a Turkey always plenty of store Side parking 69 a for delicious warm Parker House Rolls Doz. 49 delightful dessert Boston Cream pie a. 69 63rd near Halsted Hudson 8-6200 Enterprise 4140 toll fro from most suburbs to mrs Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8100 St. Lawrence a 3-2660 sunday Bible school 9 30 �?divine worship 8 15 And 10 45 Eph Phatha deaf congregation worship 11 Rev. Leroy w. Mason Antioch monary Baptist 415 w. In Elwood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 A worship 10 45 Prayer meeting a wednesday v . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 Daily 9 30 Amp 11 33 A Quot a Quot Arar in Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 76th to 4-8310 Rev. Gerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 �?worship 10 45 Kelly methodist 6953 South Park he 3-3530 Rev s. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 �?worship 10 45 Maryland ave. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3-0677 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 Worship 10 45 And 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd he 3-3635 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 �?worship 10 55 Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 Norman a. Nelsons pastor sunday school amp Bible classes 9 30 ., worship 9 30 amp la Car it Quot a a St. Mark s evangelical lutheran 8800 s. Langley a 3-8630 Ray l. Forstrom pastor summer schedule sunday school 9 30 �?family worship 9 30 a la Mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6-3232 t. C. Lightfoot sr., Church school 9 15 �?worship la Prayer meeting wednesdays 7 45 . Southwestern Baptist 8640 s. Michigan a 4-2973 Rev. Eugene m. Dillard pastor sunday school 9 30 ., worship la Btu sundays 6 . A a a a a St. John e. 6201 s. Throop a 5-3705 David i. Readye minister Sun. School 9 30 Worship 10 45 A a a a a Bethlehem covenant presbyterian Church 7300 s. Maryland he 3-2359 Rev. Lynward Stevenson pastor sunday school 9 30 Morning worship la Attended Nursery during worship St. George episcopal 847 e. 76th St 3-3641 Low mass 8 A Sung mass to Sunday school for children amp adults 9 Our re Deemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Milton Gundermann pastor sunday school y 30 Worship 10 45 St. Phillip s lutheran 6232 s. Eberhart a 4-5216 Rev. R. H. King b.d., m.ed., pastor sunday school 9 30 Worship la A a a a a St. Augustine s Cathedral a.0. 5831 s. Indiana no 7-8055 g. Duncan Hinkson m.d., sunday school a 9 30 Low mass a 8 . High mass ill Mid week mass a wed. 8 . It

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