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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 26, 1967, Chicago, Illinois 6wednesday, july 26, i �6/ the bulletin afro american exhibits set parents and friends Are cordially invited to tour a afro american land at Mccosh special summer school 6543 Champlain every Friday morning at to . For the parents who work a special tour of afro american land a has been set up in the j Community on thursday even-1 Ings at the Lincoln memorial congregational Church 6454 Champlain at 7 30 . The parents will have an Opportunity to visit exhibits and displays prepared by the pupils and teachers who arc studying the contributions made by afro americans to the american Way of life. Serving As chairman of the a afro americas tour land Quot is the Parent coordinator mrs. Lauretta p. Naylor. James i. Burke is the principal of Mccosh special summer school. Jamming in the Park to the Delight of Many jazz fans the jazz concerts Given at Jackson Park fieldhouse 6400 Stony Island by Philip Cohran and his artistic heritage ensemble arc a Many persons enjoy the Strong upbeat afro rhythms and Cohran s blending of musical Idi oms with themes taken from african Folk songs. There is a free concert each Friday beginning at 6 ., and sunday afternoon at 3 . The general Public is invited to these Well planned musical treats featuring dancing and executing the latest rhythms. Important Industry. A a. Farming is a most important Industry. Today a Farmer grows enough to feed himself and 38 others. People in common sense and a sense of this country As a result of this humor always pays dividends fact Are the Best fed and the Best clothed in the world. There toxic agent found by u. Of c. Professor o of a Van Ger service Are eight Lillion farm per b. Scan Cnutek St Vic. 24 hour dependable t service 18039 Dobson St 3-0524 discovery of the toxic agent Are occasionally found in the tors arid farm hands and an and responsible for a human fungus Southern United states and in Dit ional six million people who disease prevalent in tropical South and Centra America provide services to the farms countries was reported by John Selling them $5.6 billion Worth Vav. Nippon assistant professor of merchandise a year. Thirty of dermatology at the univer per cent of the entire United sity of Chicago. States working Force in private toxic agent was found to employment works either i foe an enzyme called a Collagen restly in agriculture or in jobs ase a which destroys the pro providing service and goods to Tern Collagen a structural Garnett Kan. Material of Bone and tissue review. Toques unique Beauty Salon personal hair styles by or. Jinn turn weekend special All permanents Only 1000 373 e. 61st St Telephone 684-2267 door checks repaired or replaced work guaranteed new and rebuilt door checks keys made for All locks a new locks installed saws sharpened and set John Donath amp son 6235 Dorchester ave. Phone Dorchester 32817 Nippon said. His findings indicate the fungus produces the enzyme which then causes the severe hone and tissue damage found in humans infected with the Gus. Rippon spoke at the 116th annual convention of the american medical association which is being held in Atlantic City. The fungus Strep Tomyce Maduras causes the disease known As Madura Mycosis or a Madura spores of the fungus usually enter the body through a wound in Trie Root and infection slowly spreads up the leg. The disease is difficult to combat and in Many cases amputation is necessary. Madura Mycosis is common in parts of Africa and Asia. Cases away with Bulky radiators now when the heating contractor is not swamped with emergency Calls is the time to modernize your Home heating system. Replacing old Bulky radiators with slim Wall hugging baseboard units is one of the More popular heat remodelling chores. Rippons report is believed to be the first in which a specific enzyme has been definitely shown to be responsible for the toxic effects of a microorganism. Other scientists have suggest cd that enzymes produced by fungi or bacteria might act in this Way but definite evidence supporting their suggestions1 has not been found. In his research Rippon pre-1 pared a number of mutant strains of the fungus some of j which did not produce the Enzy me. When he tested the mutant j strains in mice. Rippon found a i correlation Between their Abib to to synthesize the enzyme and their ability to cause the disease in mice. To produce the mutant strains Rippon exposed samples of the fungus to a chemical called Nitros Guanidine which is known to cause mutations in wide variety of organisms. He then tested the different mutant strains for their ability to synthesize collage Nase. . Has solution a within the United nations lies the potential solution to Many of the pressing world problems. We have become convinced in recent months however that the United na-1 to ions As an International political entity will be useless unless it is r e s t r u c-1 , pa., Telegraph. To the Star spangled american Boss and others who deserve it for doing a favor that you might not have thought about hats off to the Many presidents and managers of companies who helped build Hie payroll savings plan into what it is today one of the most popular and easy ways to save Money. These business leaders provided the facilities and manpower necessary to operate the plan plus their own enthusiastic endorsement and never stopped to count hours or pennies. Thanks to them Over 8 million americans their employees arc building Security and helping their country through this automatic savings plan. There arc others who have helped other millions of americans own a share of their country. Volunteers in every walk of life. Folks in radio and to movies and the theater. Newspaper and Magazine and billboard folks. And Bond a a salesmen in thousands of Banks and savings institutions. Buy Bonds at your Bank or on the payroll savings plan where you work and you la see what a Good idea it is. And file next time you see your Boss who helped make a so easy for you to save a thank him. He deserves it from All 190 million of us. Now paying 4.15% when held to maturity j buy u. S. Savings Bonds the . Government does not yay for this advertisement. It is presented As a Public service to cooperation with the Treasury Depar Lmont and the advertising Council trim Ihm Dou Only dramatic scatter Rug scoop j a a $�?�>00 my huf 1.59 each 100% Rayon or Cotton non skid Back rugs Brilliant array of colors to choose from machine washable suitable for bedroom or bathroom White Black colors. Women s sizes 5 to to children a ll1,a to 3 women Send children s Canvas oxfords and $2.99 clearance special Purchase amp Sale women s popular summer Nylon knit shells regular $2.49 Sellors it a real Low for thursday Only never before a value such As this. Special Selling of washable Nylon knit in an assortment of sleeveless styles and pastel shades. Also White. Choose from an assortment of Collar styles scoop a by Quot and Crew neck save with zip Back. Sizes 32 to 40. Ladies shorts Reg. $1.59 washable Cotton pastel colors. Sale sizes 10-16. Clearance ladies summer shoes values to $6.99 beautifully Bare Well calculated to capture Cool breezes a a Pancake Flat in White or Blue textured Ganges. Sling backed Cut out at the Shank and Over the toes for comport. Sizes 6 to to. Boys to shirts 79 a 3 for Sixes 6 to 16 s3l6 a asst. Collars clearance values to $2.99 ladies purses Mony styles and colors to choose from in this special Sale. Clearance Sale menus $088 Slacks Mumpar ass t. Colors sizes 30 to 38 out they go train cases orig. $5.00 reduced to get pm while Only 25 last. Choice of colors. Menus sport shirts Short or Long sleeves for Quick clearance $1 Only 67 Welcome Here boys boxers with Zipper Fly Good values sizes 8 to 12 for this Sale Only $147 we accept add welfare clothing orders \

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