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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 8, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday july 2, 1964 record Freedom March protests current Mississippi racial crisis continued from Page 9 Andrew Goodman 20, and and _ a a miss. James were lynched last week in Mississippi while investigating a reported bombing of negro Church in Neshoba county. Gregory borrowed $25,000 from Hugh Hefner millionaire head of the Playboy it As a Lou House radio newscaster Aud Dice Rock cd and Grav were negro from Meridian disc jockey and Gray Ere James Cha by 22, apparently among those serving As parade1 marshalls. The a a Freedom song Trad shifted to one of More jubilant determination one verse which was a the Chicago jails Are Chilly and cold they chill my body but not enterprises and posted my soul keep your eyes on the Reward in the Case plow hold on a mayor Daley and other bombings and numerous school supt. Willis were also re threats and assaults on civil right baked in song. Erg in Mississippi by racists and Law enforcement officials have at 2 12 . The marchers been reported since More than 250 turned the Comer of Clark and members of a special summer Adams streets and exhibited a project arrived. The project Spon Brief frenzy of achievement at sorted jointly by Core a acc their destination. They had demonstrated in the most exhausting manner they knew How in the most militant Way they had been asked to display their concern Over the race crisis in Mississippi. There were three Whites in the final count of 273. Three Freedom fighters two Whites from new York a act and Sulc seeks to promote voter registration and Cul Tural and educational centers among negroes in that a a unreconstructed state. Except for assisting in investigation of the probable triple Lynch ing the Federal government claims it is without authority in the matter. This crisis provoked the predawn protest which began in the Freedom March these three Young unidentified mothers were among tile 273 persons who took part in the longest protest March in Chicago a history last sunday night and Early monday morning. The March which grew out of a a Salute to Freedom rally called by act militant civil rights organization started at St. Anselm Parish Center 210 e. 61st St., and ended up More than three hours later on the Steps of the Federal courthouse 219 s. Clark St. Protesting inadequate government intervention in the disappearance of three civil rights fighters in Mississippi the marchers increased in numbers along the 7% mile trek. Woodlawn Owca to conduct Day Camp currency Exchange Money orders safer 3 ways 1 replaced fast and free if lost destroyed stolen or cashed by the wrong person. 2 not sold in Blanks fully filled in with your name and to whom you Are paying. 2 you always get a receipt to keep your own records straight. In addition your currency Exchange records provide further proof of payment. You can to lose your Money with a currency Exchange Money order. So economical and easy to buy there a a currency Exchange near you hours convenient for you. Money orders issued each Day of the week including saturday. Tor extra safety rely on a currency Exchange displaying the Golden a the Myca of Chicago Woodlawn Center 1170 e. 63rd St., is offering a Day Camp program to help fill the Long Days that children have in the summer months. Beginning july 13 through 31, a three Day program will be offered monday through Friday at Salem lutheran Church 7356 Calumet. A two fold program serving different age groups will be available. The morning program which is from 9 . Until 12 noon is for girls and boys 6 through la years old. Program activities for the morning program include music arts and crafts Story telling and dramatics and sports and recreation including swimming lessons. Day Camp opens with a a get acquainted splash party and the first swimming lesson july 6. A special trip All Day at Riverview will be the closing event. The afternoon program which is from i . Until 5 ., is for teen age girls 12 through 15 years old. Program activities for the afternoon program include arts and crafts music Charm and personality development dramatics and trips including a trip to the Art Institute and luncheon in the Loop fun dip in the Pool and luncheon at Mccormick Owca and an All Day trip registration still on for Park Camp registrations still Are being accepted for the summer Day Camp at West Chatham Park 8223 Princeton. The Day Camp will run july 6 to aug. 14. There is a fee of $10 for the six week period. Hours Are from 9 30 . To 4 30 ., five Days a week. Youngsters May Register from 9 30 . To 9 . At the Park. Mrs. Esther of Neal is Day Camp director. To Riverview. On july 8, the teens will go on a bake hike and picnic at Jackson Park As the opening event far Day Camp. Both programs will include Day Camp insurance for everyone enrolled plus a Owca membership for the year around program. Teen agers 13 and older will serve As Volunteer leaders with the Day Camp program under the direction of miss Bonnie Harris director of the Day Camp. Mrs. Exie Watson Jones Woodlawn Center director feels that a program designed to allow teenagers to share their skills and satisfaction of serving others also will help them to acquire meaningful references for use in applying for paid employment get experience in a Job situation and give them an Opportunity to expand their own abilities and add new skills. There will be a training program for All volunteers prior to opening of Day Camp. Registrations Are being taken for Day Camp participants and teen volunteers at Woodlawn Cen bulletin area. Its end a the Only difference be tween Chicago and Mississippi is a How is it possible to Send 700 troops All the Way to Viet Nam indeed if present signs grow and not be Able to do anything the temperature and length of this about Mississippi a Gregory had summer in Chicago could rival asked at the earlier rally at St. Some such seasons in Mississippi. Anselm. The Long. Hot summer has begun. A Elf anyone thinks i will accept Young giants walk the Earth a private a pay of $90 a month in place of $8,000 per week to fight to secure for foreigners rights my own daughter cannot enjoy in this country they had better have another thought coming. I would rather go to in the name of act Gregory called for i a Boycott of the november presidential election 2 a Boycott of schools in september 3 a Boycott of merchants at Christmas time and 4 a demonstration in san Francisco at the Republican National convention july 13, against the possible Nomi nation of Pennsylvania gov. William w. Scranton. Scranton has become a target of act since according to Brandle Scranton a state police were a was brutal As any in the South in their treatment of demonstrators supporting a recent school Boycott in Chester. At the downtown rally standing atop erne of the Green Metal trash boxes used in the Loop area by the City placed near the curb Gregory added a if wars Haven to Hurt americans cause How can demonstrations Hurt he threatened to tie up traffic by organizing a March i Down the Dan Ryan expressway next time. Rogers who served As master of ceremonies at both rallies quipped As the later one neared Carl Dixon i aaa t. 7 Atli St. Chicle mph. Phone 71 4173 tailors to gun Tomoo end ladies custom dry cleaning >t33z Ter. Xii Pius play Craft Day Camp boys and girls Ages 5 to 12 i to 8 weeks of fun june 22nd thru aug. 22nd a 8 weeks All transportation including pickup and delivery of children indoor swimming with instruction qualified adult supervision interesting trips and Tours for Complete information Call he 8-3085 calling All ice Cream lovers in the 79th area flavor town 531 e. 79th St. Ice Cream get acquainted free offer with Coupon Only Coupon for Good boys and girls Only Between Ages 2-102 save 12c save 12c Good Only july 2nd amp 3rd buy i-12c ice Cream Cone and get the 2nd scoop free so Sec hand packed ice Cream tastes better Over 30 flavors to choose from Here Are but a few Vanilla chocolate Coconut Choc. Chip banana Peppermint Spumoni neapolitan new York . Cherry Choc. Marble Raspberry Marble butterscotch butter Pecan Black Walnut Strawberry Rocky Road Pistachio Black Cherry peach Maple nut mint Choc. Chip to flavors of sherbet a i. Ii. 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