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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 7, 1966, Chicago, Illinois A?.kl��?o.n�?~. Bible conference planned liquor License was filed by in in in Sci Sifor Jehovah s witnesses e. 71st St., according to t. Prendergast City collector. Burglar alarms Auto burglar alarms Hornblower and siran to protect tires a doors a Hood trunk. Ignition prompt intonation guaranteed Call Mcadams St 3-0192 412 East 75 Street easy term available final arrangements Are being made in preparation for the three Day Semi annual Bible conference of Jehovah a witnesses Illinois circuit no. 2, 12 w. Garfield that will be held at the International amphitheatre. 4300 Halsted july 22 through 24. The conference is under the sponsorship of the watchtower Bible and tract society of Philadelphia. Tom fiery 5830 Wabash will be the presiding minister of the convention. According to Harold e. Anderson. 7827 Woodlawn Public relations director plans include a mass baptism for new disciples on july 23. Angelo c. A net a. Or District representative from new York will offi i Catt at the baptismal. Highlight of the convention will be an address Given by Manera on july 24, at 3 . Entitled. A does god have in Woodlawn Host talked about grocery there is no confusion about where to shop for your groceries when you want the Best Best foods. Come in and visit us. 65 c la Oscar Mayer Smokie links Oscar Mayer n m it neck Bones 2 lbs Woodlawn food Market 6315 Woodlawn Avenue free delivery museum 4-9376 we give top value Stamps open 24 hours every Day Chest a Ray unit Success wherever the Mobile Chest a rav units from the tuberculosis Institute of Chicago and Cook county appeared they have draw a flock of Volunteer workers to help stimulate an interest among residents to keep a weather Eye peeled against the Onset of the dreaded disease. And when the a Ray unit made its stand at 58th and Prairie during the past week bulletin area residents joined with neighbouring Community representatives to assist in spreading the word the largest group was drawn from St. Anselm Parish. 6045 Michigan under the leadership of mrs. Ethel Owens 5720 South Park among her Volunteer Crew were mesdames addle Telier 5852 South Park Ethel b. Young 8137 Emerald Gail Willis 6154 Evans mrs. Charles Williams 5943 Indiana miss Arnett a Shedrick Washington 5930 Michigan and Joseph a. Thompson. 6909 Merrill. Fluence in the twentieth Century a a Elerby said a at assemblies like this one we gather for Advance education in Bible prophecy to be trained in Christian principles for Fellowship As Well As Field he added. A assemblies like this one affords us the Opportunity to be taught How to do this effective the Public is cordially invited to attend this important Christian Assembly. Officials maintain there will he no collection taken during the three a s session. Study Grant to area Counselor among 30 applicants chosen to attend an eight week placement counselling program at guidance Institute of Illinois state University in Normal is mrs. Monico l. Mcdaniel a placement Counselor at Wilson Junior College. 7047 Stewart. Mrs. Mcdaniel has been awarded a Grant in connection with her attending the placement Institute. 8246 cottage Grove open 5 . Amber bakery to 4-6777 we do our own baking is your Church listed it can be. At a very nominal rate with your Church events presented each week under Church notes. Cost of the bulletin Church directory is without a contract. New people Are moving into the bulletin communities every Day and most of the families look for the Church of their Faith listed in their new Community s newspaper. You could be missing new members by not listing your Church today. For More in formation phone miss Anderson St 3-1040. St. Clotilde . 8400 s. Calumet to 4-2046 Nagr. Daniel m. Cantwell pastor Rev. Kenneth Brigham asst. Pastor Rev. P. Henry Matimore asst. Sunday mass 8 . La . 12 15 . Weekday mass 7 45 . And 5 15 . In or Christ Unity Temple 8601 s. State 487-0030 Rev. Johnnie Coleman minister sunday school 10 30 a.rn.-11 30 . And 12-1 . Morning worship 10 30 . And 12-1 p in. Wednesdays a 8 . Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 8050 St. Lawrence a 3-3661 Rev. Earie t. Beck pastor sunday Bible school 9 30 . A divine worship 8 15 . And 10 45 . Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w. Englewood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 . A worship 10 45 . Prayer meeting a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . Daily 9 30 . Amp 11 33 . Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 76th St. To 4 8310 Rev. Gerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . Norman a. Nelsons pastor sunday school a Bible classes 9 30 . Worship 9 30 amp la . St. Marks evangelical lutheran Sacco s. Langley a 3-2246 Richard j. Winsor pastor service with holy communion 8 30 . Sunday school amp adult classes to . Family worship to . Mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6-3232 t. C. Lightfoot sr.,-pastor Church school 9 15 .�?worship la . Prayer meeting wednesdays 7 45 . St. John .e. 6201 s. Throop a 5-3705 David e. Readye minister Sun. School 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . St. George episcopal Kelly methodist 847 e. 76th St 3-3641 6950 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . Maryland . 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 483-3115 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 .�?worship 10 55 . Christian doctrine . 1042 e. 79th 488-9323 Rev. Herman Billingsly a pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship la a.rn.-12 noon fridays 7 00 .�?prayer meeting 7 30 .�?Bible class father Bolin pastor Low mass 8 . Sung mass to . Sunday school for children amp adults 9 . Our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Milton Gunderman a pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship la . St. Phillip s lutheran 6232 s. Eberhart a 4-5216 Rev. R. H. King b.d., m.ed., pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 11 . Normal Park Baptist 6950 s. Stewart to 4-7657 a. Alfred Watts m.a., th.d., pastor Grace Lockwood choir director Harold Hardesty organist sunday school 9 30 . Worship la . Wed. Prayer 7 45 . . Sundays 5 . Ribbon tells tale the dangling ribbon next to the placard at the Edge of the Wood paper montage held by this foursome tells the results of too hours of work which girl scout troop 37 put in to win the Junior division first prize in the annual City wide Post display Competition at the recent Chicago world Flower and Garden show in Mccormick place. Proudly holding the Dis play Are Allison Grant 9049 Yale left and Flossie Winston 333 w. 91st St., right assisted by their troop leaders mesdames Samella Thompson 9336 Harvard and Vadie Drish 9046 Princeton a training instructor in Illinois Bell Telephone company s marketing department. I 10thursday, july 7, 1966 the bulletin Cha obtains approved land the Chicago housing authority recently obtained approval of the Chicago plan commission to acquire land on Dorchester Between 67th pm. And 68th St., to build High Rise i structures of 105 units and at the Northwest and Northeast Corners of 70th St. And Harper av., to build walk up apartments three stories. The latter would contain a total of 48 units. The two proposals Are among a grouping of 12 Sites proposed for land acquisition which would result dwellings for 1,312 families the commission was i told by the . Represent i Tives. For the 68th and Dorchester j location a total of 1.40 acres so involved. The site now contain about to severely deteriorates buildings the report states and the surrounding area is predominantly residential and has r-4 and r-5 general residence zoning. For the 70th and Harper area the report describes it As partly vacant and partly built up with deteriorated buildings. The site is opposite the Fermi elementary school. 1415 e. 70th St., which is currently being expanded. Area unemployed continues to drop says labor director state director of labor John e. Cullerton today reported a decrease in the number of per-1 sons claiming benefits under j the Illinois unemployment compensation program during the week ended june 25, 1966. The director noted that this was t h e eighteenth consecutive week in which there has been a decrease and that this week s figure is the lowest statewide i total for any one week period in Over Twenty years. The number of individuals1 claiming Illinois unemployment1 benefits decreased to 32,275 in the week ended june 25, 1966. There were 2.1 percent fewer than in the preceding week 32,-970 and 35 percent fewer than in the comparable week one permits issued by City dept. Among several construction permits recently issued by the City building department Are two for single family Orcsi Donees located at 9556 and 9544 Princeton at a combined Cost of $25,000. Normich builders. 9030 Phillips will construct the new buildings. A Rea Reacher a arrested in Fri Kidnap probe a barged Voith kidnapping a six week old baby in Green vill. South Carolina last May 31 an arca resident is now under arrest while the Federal Bureau of investigation proceeds to wrap up details in an j attempt to Nail the a strange cases a against her. Mrs. Helen Lucille Isaac 8200 Ellis a physical education teacher at Farragut High school 2345 Christiana in whose Home the baby was found with a Babysitter claims the baby was born to her with the help of a midwife on May i i. The infant Kenneth Bryson was identified and reclaimed by his Mother at St. Vincent a infant Hospital last week who flew Here at the expense of the . In their investigation of i the kidnapping Case. According to mrs. Isaac a attorney Thomas w. Sherard his client is separated from her husband who lives in Greenville. No Date has been set for the hearing. Board approves 3 area repairs the zoning Hoard of appeals handed Down several decisions last week that will alter the existence of several buildings that Are situated within the Booster locale. For the building located at 633 w. 64th St., the Board directed owner Nora Birdsong to provide an additional exit and to make repairs to the two Story five apartment building. A at 337-343 w. 65th St., David Zimberoff was instructed to acquire permits to reconvert the three Story building from 56 to 46 units and also to make necessary repairs. Max Gutman was ordered to reconvert the three Story building at 426-428 Vav. 66th St., from 27 to 23 units. Council set for meeting some 75 Parent delegates from the various schools in District 20 Are scheduled to get together for the first meeting of the districts Parent Council to be held thursday at 7 . In the Kershaw elementary school 6450 Lowe . The delegates had previously been elected to membership on the Council meetings of each Stool in the District. Ten members of the Council will be selected to represent the parents on the District education Council. Purpose of the Parent Council is to make the group an Active Force for the betterment of schools in the District. Year ago 49,333. The statewide total included 4,027 per j sons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 4.1 percent less than the 5,136 in the preceding week and 30 percent less than the 7,073 in the j comparable week last year. The number of claimants in Cook and Dupage counties decreased to 16,739. There were 2.2 percent fewer than in the preceding week 17,112 and 39 percent fewer than in the com i parable week one year ago 27,-j 533. Included in the total for Cook and Dupage counties were 2,098 persons who filed their first claims following a Layoff. This was 3.8 percent More than the 2,022 in the preceding week but 33 percent less than the 3,112 in the comparable week last year. Samuel c. Bernstein employment Security administrator reported layoffs affect ing 426 workers in miscellany i Ous manufacturing 396 workers in construction 252 workers in fabricated metals 151 workers in service industries 146 workers in leather products 102 workers in transportation equipment and smaller numbers in other industries. Painting masonry when painting masonry floors decks porches or patios any rubber base floor and deck enamels or catalysed coatings May be used. Paint May not adhere Well to a smooth Tro weled finish. Before painting new floors etch them with diluted hydrochloric Muri Atic acid followed by thorough water rinsing. Wear rubber gloves and goggles to avoid acid Burns. Men a women look your Best have unwanted hair removed permanently r Lyl up consultation pair p demonstration no obligation James Ryan electrologist 1608 e. 85tb pm yes 5 5454 file liquor application a local resident has applied for a retail liquor License As a pre requisite to opening a business establishment according to the records of William t. Prendergast City collector. Alyce Marshall 9238 cottage is the applicant and her place of business is indicated As 1906 e. 71st. Irene s Beauty Salon you save at Irene s 633 i. 71 it St. Call for appointment 224-7610 wig s de co tune Hoe donned shaped and styled Terne available with this and wheel alignment and balance 2 wheels a and r service 7359 s. State St. St 3-2724 Kenty Gadson prop. Steven Gray mgr. $ 2 Sells your car the bulletin-b00ster newspaper guarantees to sell your car for Only $2.00 no gimmicks no hitches you place your want and Only once. And pay Only $2.00 for advertising until your car is sold its easy to do when you place your $2 of want and and pay for it Vve will publish your want and for a full month or until your car is sold if you have not sold your car after the first month Call us and Tell us and we will continue to print your and free until your car is sold. We guarantee to sell your car for Only $2 Cove in now to Start your and 639 e. 71st or Call an a taker at St 3-1040 Chatham tutoring service 8157 South cottage Grove the largest class we Ever had at Chatham tutoring service annual summer program june 27 August 13 grades m2 Reading arithmetic new math and chances Are Good that your Childs class will be even smaller doubles Reading Speed increases comprehension improves phonics raises Reading vocabulary better grades prepares child for new math improves Arith. Understanding builds study habits Radcliffe 3-4555 Low weekly Cost a to insure a placement enrol Early a a we provide the individual attention no classroom teacher can afford a

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