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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 1, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Page 2tkf pc i Etith a spa j be i. 1961 Duke s Salon coif Feur socializing in tinting a cutting styling 212 i. 71 it St. Stalwart 2-8922 pastor Money troubles be free of Bill worry with one lower payment that fits your income get immediate Relief one place to pay no co signers no red tape no limit same Day service Short time on Job of we can help you pay these Bills Auto Hospital to amp i i tuition doctor credit Union furniture clothing jewelry appliances Loans mortgage bring in your payment books we will do the rest family credit adjustment co. 7434 s. Cottage Grove a 4-440 under state regulation residents gel Depaul decrees thirteen area resident will receive degrees at Depaul University a 63rd annual convocation at 2 . June 7 in alumni Hall iou w. Balden ave. Receiving degrees Are Louis j. Barnes 7629 s. Evans ave., . Frances Brown. 8110 s. Indiana ave., m a education Ida Welch Canada. 7249 s. Prairie me. Helen Chronos 457 w. 79th St., m e. John e. Clair 7803 s. Caunter St., lip Maurice e. Daniher jr., 8008 s. Avalon ave. B a psychology Gilbert s. Derr 7654 s. Calumet ave. Specialist education. John Patrick Halligan 8052 s. Avalon ave., bsc., accounting Charles Kraut 1135 e. 63rd St., Patricia a. Mcglinn. 8352 s. Blackstone ave. M a., education. And Wiley Moore 8222 s. Langley ave., b.s.c., accounting Andrew o. Nwanji 6107 s. Dorchester ave. A. Economics James j. Salchert 78u1 s. Emerald ave s.c., accounting. Gerald m. Walsh 7322 s. Peoria St., b.s.c., accounting. R Sargent Shriver jr., director of the peace corps will speak at the convocation. Albert Cardinal Meyer. Catholic archbishop of Chicago will pre Ide at the ceremony Ai 528 education committee. Mrs. W. Students accept degrees from Gorja Williams principal of the very Rev. Comet Ford j. Brownell elementary school o Mailer. C a Depaul uni i a up a Ijes plan to conduct an sity president. Extensive program for All worn Shriver a Depaul Lay trustee Man can err film mein Bere making plans for flip extrusive ran err program Arr from left mrs. John Simmons mrs. Frank heed mrs. \ in rail Wilson. Mrs. Box sir Shorter Ami mrs. Shirley Jias Smith executive Secretary of the South Central Branch of flip Ater Iran cancer society. The associated ladies in voluntary efforts have accepted the Opportunity to participate in a life saving Mission As volunteers for the Public education committee of the South Central Branch of the american cancer society it was announced re cent in. Under the leadership of the chairman of the Branch Public will receive an honorary doctor of Laws degree. Honorary doctor of Laws will also be conferred upon the most Rev. Cletus f. O Donnell auxiliary Bishop of Chicago and col. Henry Crown chairman of the material service division of general dynamics corp and a member of Depaul Board of Lay trustees. First recipient of a special new award will be David m. Sharer who retired last summer after 34 years at Depaul As teacher and administrator. The award entitled a via salience Way of Wisdom recognizes lengthy service to the institution and obvious dedication to the purposes for which the University stands. The award derives its name from Depaulos motto. Via salience Mon Strabo Tibi gibe was of Wisdom i will show you. Animal welfare league Bene fit the annual Spring Benefit party for the animal welfare league will be held Friday May 26. At St Judes league Hall 221 w. Madison St. A Bazaar held in conjunction with this Benefit will begin at 4 ., in St. Judes Hall. Many Fine items can be purchased at this Bazaar including Home baked goods costume jewelry novelties greeting cards and hand made Merchan Chise for those who desire a snack Coffee sandwiches and cake will be available. Cards and bunco will be played for entertainment. All funds derived from this Benefit Are used by the animal welfare league 6224 s. Wabash axe., to continue with the work of caring for unwanted Home less lost and injured dogs cats or other creatures rescuing animals in distress investigate cruelty complaints and performing the Many varied duties necessary to alleviate suffering among animals. Resides Mobile Rescue equipment the league operates a Fleet of six animal ambulances to make pick in Chicago and surrounding suburbs. The animal welfare league is a Cha table organization chartered by the state of Illinois for the prevention of cruelty to Ani Mals. In by promoting film showing of a time and two women Quot and a a a s mrs. Williams stated that the films will be used to inform and motivate women of their a it or Sonal responsibility in the prob Lem of cancer and to encourage them to have an annual health Check up including the cytology method. The goal of the volunteers mrs. Williams said is to help reduce the cancer rate in Chicago by educating and urging More women to seek medical care in time to be cured. Thirty five . Members Are also busily engaged in plans for a fashion show and luncheon at the Sherman hotel june 18. Which will Benefit the cancer program. The theme of the affair this year presented by the ladies will be a a greek classic and will bring to life All the Beauty Grace and culture on ancient Greece it was also announced. Joint negro Appeal Hegins neighbourhood walk jul hosts Friendship pageant a the american Friendship club in its program to promote Friendship Between various National groups in our City has announced that it will hold an american festival of Friendship saturday night june 3 at the amalgamated meat cutters Union building 3801 s. Sangamon St., from 8 30 until. A pageant created by Caney Foster 6108 s. Eberhart ave. My coordinated by mrs. Irving King 4810 s. Drexel blvd. Will be the highlight of the evening. According to its creator the pageant will Center around humanity s search Tor brotherhood and Friendship. It will include americans of All origins american Indian african latin american japanese India european and others. Mrs. Harold w. Bradley. 8245 s. Maplewood axe executive director of acc and chairman of the food committee said foods from South America and India will be served. A Surprise filled treasure Hunt will be directed by mrs. Julia Fairfax 3538 w. Douglas bad. And mrs. Naomi Mccomb 9314 South Park axe. L. D. Jones Agency director for Chicago Mutual Assurance co. Announced that on saturday. June 17, Between the hours of to a m. And i . 20,000 Westside and Southside families will be visited in their Homes by two person teams wearing Blue annd White identification tags of the joint negro Appeal. The Appeal provides funds to help maintain needed recreation facilities at Community centers and social welfare agencies that serve without racial distinction. The neighbourhood walk represents a new Type of fund raising activity for Jna. For the past several years it has concentrated on larger gifts from businesses and Well to do individuals. According to atty. Odas Nich Olson. President of the Appeal the new plan was undertaken for two reasons. A first the need of the member agencies require More Money than we have been Able to raise by other methods a miss Nicholson said a and secondly the negro Community has dem castrated that it can and will support legitimate causes at the grass roots in addition to miss Nicholson and l. D. Jones officers of the joint negro Apical Are or. Mack Cturner vice president Charles a. Davis Secretary Truman k. Gibson or. Treasurer and Willard m. Payne sr., assistant treasurer. Board members include George s. Harris atty. Earl b. Dickerson Theodore a. Jones j. Willard Tyler general Richard l. Jones judge Sidney a. Jones or. Ald. Ralph Metcalfe Jesse Owens or. David Johnson mrs. Cora Carroll and rep. Cecil a. Partee. Member agencies of the joint negro Appeal include Chicago youth centers american boys Commonwealth. Boys brotherhood Republic and Elliot Donnelley youth Cente Abraham Lincoln Center 700 e. Oakwood blvd. Parkway Community House 500 e. 67th St., Firman House 235 w. 53rd St. Trumbull Park Community Center. 2415 e. 107th St., Alt Geld Nursery school 941 e. 132nd St., Southside Community committee. 6156 s. Cottage Grove ave amp Reinberg Palatine 111., Newberry Center 1335 s. Newberry ave Hyde Park neighbourhood club 5480 s. Kenwood ave Woodlawn boys club 6331 s. University ave., Randall House 4745 s. Ellis ave., near West Side Community Council 1220 w. Roosevelt re. And Henry Booth House 2328 s. Dearborn St. The joint negro Appeal was founded in 1955 As a not for profit organization by Truman k. Gibson sr., atty. Sidney p. Brown James e. Stamps or t. K. Lawless and Howard d. Gould. In recent years it has Given a testimonial to an outstanding supporter of social welfare programs at an annual $25 a plate dinner. The purpose of the testimonial according to miss Nicholson. Is to put a High value on charitable giving and Volunteer service. Hope Chest to help diseased ten area women a contributing their service in the door to door Campaign to raise funds to wipe out multiple sclerosis it was announced to Day by Lee Phillip. Marchers in the Hope Chest fund raising drive Are miss Katherine Hoskins 6139 s. Kimbark ave., mrs. V. Leidberg 6441 s. Kimbark ave., mrs. G. Pickney 6037 s. Eberhart ave., or. G. Lighons 6115 s. Ingleside ave., mrs p. S. Burkett 6826 s. Anthony ave. Mrs. B. Olsen. 7747 s. Avalon ave., or. J. Smith 7701 s. Blackstone aver. E. Schall 7113 s. Calumet ave., or. O. Price 7812 s. Maryland ave., mrs. H. Dillart 9311 s. Rhodes ave. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic crippling disease which disables Young adults during what should lie their most productive years. When is strikes its victims have it for life. It is the nations number one prime of life crippler. The goal of the door to door Campaign is $150,000. Funds obtained from the drive will be used by the Chicago chapter of the National multiple sclerosis society to further the National research program to provide information to is patients the medical and professional world and the Lay Public and to increase local service to is patients through support of the multiple sclerosis clinics at. Presbyterian St. Luke Hospital. It is estimated that 500.000 people suffer from this disease in the u.s., 5.000 of these cases Are in the Chicago area. The Campaign will close on father Day june 18. Englewood choir Iii concert the Englewood a Capella choir of Englewood High school 6201 s. Stewart ave., was presented in concert at Woodlawn a m e. Church 6456 s. Evans ave. Recently. Davis Arnold baritone Grad uate of Englewood where he was president and student conductor of the a Capella choir was guest soloist. The choir rendered favorite classical and religious selections. Of special note was a Medley of songs by Stephen Foster in a commemoration symphony. Piano selections were Given by Joyce Wright president of the a Capella choir. The choir has received Quot Superior rating at the annual High school choral Competition for four consecutive years 1957-1960, under the Superb leadership of Irving Bunton conductor. Bunton is chairman of the music department of Englewood High school. The concert was sponsored jointly by the altar Circle and senior choir of Woodlawn Church. Mrs. Izetta Dorsey and miss Helen Dixon were chairmen of the affair. Following the program a reception was held in the lower auditorium. Rev. Jonathan a. Dame is student social Security application rate mounts Quot with summer approaching and the close of school near High school students Are applying for social Security numbers at the rate of Over 100 per week a Marjan p. Staniec said today. The District manager of the social Security office at 8800 s Stony Island ave., commented that applications for new numbers will reach a Peak in june when the students be j Gin Job Hunting in Earnest. Ini the last four weeks his office received 424 requests for new numbers and 340 requests for replacement of lost cards and name changes. Quot this Spring members of my staff have discussed the social Security program with students at the local High schools in con j Section with their civic and american history studies Quot Staniec said. Representatives of the office Are available to talk to any group requesting in i formation about social Security. He added he cautioned that social Sej purity cards Are not to be used As identification for cashing checks. Quot the proper use of the card is to identify your earn Ings on our records Quot he concluded. The card should a presented to an employer at the time you Start work of that your number can be correctly entered in his records for use ill reporting your us Alcot Omil a it a Jet Hilj let us restore your watch to accurate service repair or restyle your jewelry. Top craftsmanship modest charges. Paul Davey jeweler of Indiana Diamond specialist gemologist jewelry designer 8256 cottage Grove Aberdeen 41249 vitamins calories vitamins and nutrients will get top Billing in a now Tolex Ision series food for life Twenty two programs of helpful information Tor dirt conscious viewers to be televised on a Tow Channel la beginning wednesday May 31 at 9 . Banquet held by area masons Henry g. Fort 33 degree Mason and grand director of the Junior craftsmen youth organization of the Price Hall masons announced today that the youth group held its fifth annual banquet on monday May 29 at 7 . In the Prince Hall masonic Temple 809 e. 42nd pm. The proceeds from the banquet will be used to augment the Camp program of the organize Tion which is extended free to boys from 12 to 20 year of age. The principal speaker at the. Banquet was grand master Carl Wilson who flew from Ohio for the appearance. Traditional awards were Given this year to mrs. Hazel Stillwell . Of Illinois As the a citizen of the year and to Thomas Kelley 33 degree As the blazon of the year. O. E. Vanderburg is the grand master of Illinois Prince Hall masons. Yale a to holds Bakeless Sale the Yale fat will hold a a cake less Quot bake Sale on Friday june 9, at the school 7026 s. Princeton ave., from 9 a m. To 3 . The a to is asking for the Price of a cake instead of a cake being donated and sold. Money May be left at the school office. Mrs. Shirley Hamilton. 7106 s. Eggleston ave., president is chairman of the Sale. Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Two stands it in Atis South pork a. 2�?4s10 cottage Grove ave. 24-hour radio dispatched Tati Caba licensed a bonded Driver meter rate to. 8-9100 prompt a dependable courteous _ a Clee a your phone Mem families from All Over Cal Caroland save at East South because does More for Saver live poultry dressed free to order ready Supply of ice cubes there ii allays a ready Tuppy of ice Rube for Cooling Drinka in a at Rammer months when there is Tho a refrigerator with the atm Litif in maker i the Horn. Wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 Small eggs o 70, strictly fresh i w 1 live stewing hens. 291b live fryers 35 fresh fish we also carry c full line of South East savers be earn More prosperous sooner be cause our Bankers help folks set up practical savings goals they can meet. We show people easier ways to budget their salaries without skimping. Help families finance their cars and Home improvements it lower expense. Advise them on stocks and real estate investments and help them solve any Money problems they May encounter on their Way up. Service like that has made us o family banking Center. Dollar for Dollar South East is one of the strongest Banks in America for your hard earned savings. Our 3% interest is Bank interest the safest there is. We d like very much to have you save with us. Of you re Busy during the week come in saturday mornings or save by mail. Well pay the postage both ways of you have smart children use our drive up Bank and save without leaving your Cor. The drive up is in our free parking lot. Ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hour Delly 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until i . Cd id All Day monday Sabel Sfa Quot products 63rd and Woodlawn Mimbs Homsi of posit insurance con0atlo� South East National phone Dorchester 3-4000 parking lot to of to Reva it Tapir at 9743 upts Artof

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