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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 2, 1966, Chicago, Illinois By Anne Tyson the bulletin 2 thurs Day Jun 2, 1966 Library adds new tides Ravi in a s concert schedule for this season is Eila Fitzgerald Nancy Wilson Ramsey Lewis Carmen my Rae Amanda Ambrose Dave Brubeck quartet Julian Quot Cannonball Quot Adderley quintet and folks Singer Miriam Makeba. So now you have a Choice. A if june 12 is the Choice play Hoy Penthouse the second annual installation dinner dance of local 6491, United federation of postal facility will attract postal playboys and their guests from throughout the City. Vice president John held will double As master of Cere monies proceeds from the dinner and raffle will go into the Union welfare funds. The birthday club leaders of Park Manor Christian Church 73rd amp St. Lawrence resents a Tea at the Parkway ballroom 45th and s. Parkway sunday june 12 from 3 to 7 . The enthusiasm Delight and pleasure of the 1966 links Debutante rail is just that. This week the Debs their parents escorts and friends will be entertained on the Well manicured lawns of mrs. William Bartons Michigan estate in Honor of her granddaughter miss Antiontte Gayle Carlisle. If june la Over at Mccormick pl., Roosevelt University s alumni association will have a Homecoming Celebration for Erie Sevareid popular television commentator who will be Back from Viet Nam and will give a report of his trip. A reception at 6 . And dinner at 7. Warren Bacon Alonzo Crim and mrs. J. Cowan Are members of the committee. Judge Mark Jones is president of the association. Invitations arc in the mail for the 1966 fight for j Freedom dinner of the Chicago i Branch a act. June 26 in the International ballroom of the i Conrad Hilton hotel. An and i dress by Harry Golden editor of the Carolina israelite in oh-1 Servance of the 12th Annivera j sary of the . Supreme court 1 decision on school segregation will highlight the occasion. Serving on the committee is atty. Odas Nicholson mrs. I James Burleson mrs. Maxwell i Bai Bour mrs. Ruby Holloway Henry Mcgee Hon. Cecil a. Partee mrs. Ethel b. Robertson Alderman 17 Charles Chew Marshall Bynum and James Kemp is general chairman of the committee. A speaking of Alderman Charles Chew the Independent candidate for state senator from the 29th District Why not spend a Day at Riverview with him on june la. Children accompanied by parents Are admitted free Quot a Salute to Laursa Snelson Hedrick was the theme of a gala dinner honouring the prominent Chicago club and civic women at the Tiki room. The dinner paid tribute to the honoree As a club woman and Church woman. Program participants included Jessie Owens Rev. Robert Thomas jr., Lonnie Simmons mrs. Eloise Johnson mrs. Elizabeth Williams i. Lucille Thomas mrs. Grace Lee Stevens and mrs. Robert Thompson. Mrs. Hedrick is the wife of Rev. B. C. Hedrick and the Mother of mrs. Samuel Smith and Banius c. Hedrick. A announcement of the appointment was mad regarding Anthony Walton 17 year old member of a Chicago youth Center s neighbourhood Center who was Given his letter of appointment by rep. Sidney Yates. Anthony is the son of or. And mrs. John Watson. He is an Honor student and has been associated with the . S since 1958. Or. And mrs. George w. Taylor of Park Manor have announced the engagement of their daughter Florence Winifred Walters to Roger Stuart Watson son of or. And mrs. Hosea w Atson of Chatham. Florence is a former student of Roosevelt University. She is now a senior attending provident Hospital school of nursing. Roger is a graduate of Southern Illinois school of dental technology. The couple will be married on saturday june 25. At the first universalist Church 83rd St. And Ingleside ave. Mcdade a fair Mcdade school 8801 Indiana ave. Had an Art fair. It was a swell fair Replete with pictures and montages and collages and All the other great things kids can do with Art materials. Mrs. Marian Nicholas the second Grade teacher seen pointing out the merits of some of the work directed Tours through the displays. Here she shows works to her second Grade class of Art connoisseurs. It was a truly grand display. Book lovers and chair detectives will be delighted to know that several interesting new books have recently been added to the Book shelf collect Tion at the Chatham Branch Library 822 e. 79th St. New books Are j Bennett Jack the Hawk alone is the tale of an aging safari Hunter who is forced to face the encroaching changes in Central Africa. Christie Agatha a Caribbean mystery is the Jane mar detective Femme who goes to work with her usual Success while on vacation at St. Honore Island. Gerson Noel Yankee Doodle Dandy is an historical novel about the wealthy Boston merchant who wished life and Fortune for the american revolutionary cause. Grant Ozro f. Kick the dog gently is the Story of three Young children a amusing adventures when their family buys an old mortgage Ridden hotel in Oklahoma. Greene Graham the comedians is a Rich fascination a pm cd set in Haiti that conc a soft a rootless hotel proprietor caught in police state terrorism. Student Speaks at Tilden dinner a bulletin area student spoke last week on such traits As intellect character and citizenship at the achievement dinner of Tilden High school j 4747 Union. Ivory Day 6128 Michigan was among several students who described the Virtues for Embla zoning the traditional shield Buckler and sword of the school. School Community join hands in Farewell tribute to sister Noreen for the past six years Saint Carthage school 7316 Yale has been under the Capa Hie administration of sister Patrick Noreen. On june 4, the friends and alumni of sister Patrick Noreen will gather at a Farewell dinner to pay Well deserved tribute for Sisters outstanding accomplishments in the Field of elementary education. The children and parents of the Community arc deeply appreciative for the Many unique innovations introduced into the school curriculum during this term of office. Among the first educational endeavours initiated by sister and later adapted by the neighbouring schools was the attempt to instruct children at their own achievement level and thus avoid failure and Lack of interest. Sister further implemented this leveling with special tutoring once a week to better reach the child and thus give him insight into his own ability. To meet the needs of the High achiever a great books program was conducted in the Junior High dept. This provided the children with much ease and Confidence in discussion which enabled them to meet other students on a real intellectual basis. Under the direction of the speech teacher the eighth graders met the students of a Large suburban school in Glenview 111., where they exchanged views and ideas. In keeping with this philosophy of teaching the whole child the faculty became involved in another a a first a a school psychologist meet with the faculty regularly and instructs them in recognizing the patterns of child behaviour and development. This has been most beneficial in keeping closer ties with Home and school. Knowing full Well the importance of the cooperation of both these units sister developed an Active Home and school Assoc. This group of parents has met with tremendous Success in its role of providing up to Date speakers on contemporary issues in education and Community life. A Well shelved Library is of great Pride to this group who also furnished it most adequately. The cultural background has been embellished through Active participation of the Urban gateways program which provided entertainment for All Levels a Ballet opera concerts and plays. The Parish extend their sincere thanks for the Effort and interest sister Patrick Noreen has shown to our children. Personalized hair Styli Duke s Salon coif Feur incl Allin in tinting cutting styling 212 l 71st St. St 3-8932 Sells your car the bulletin Booster newspaper guarantees to sell your car for Only $2.00 no gimmicks no hitches you place your want and Only once. And pay Only $200 for advancing until your car is Soldi it s easy to do when you place your $2.00 want and and pay for it we will publish your want and Tor a full month or until your car is Solo. 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 come in now to Start your and 639 e. 71st or Call an a taker at St 3-1040 . Choir is headed for area Church concert panel discussion Quot the child of today s culture Quot was the enlightened topic of conversation for five panellists at Christian doctrine Baptist Church 1042 e. 79th St., last sunday. The discussion was Well attended and the discussion received enthusiastic response from the audience. On hand were from left or. Charles Manney 4720 Greenwood ave. Fay s. Lewis 8320 Ellis Rev. Harman Billingsly pastor 8131 Luel la ave. Bernice e. Robinson 916 e. 84th St. Otell Bomers 6143 Justine Lawrence Thomas 6456 Dante and mrs. Eleanor Billingsly. Parker High acrobats to play Benefit show a first class acrobatic group director Theodore Richardson of students from Parker High is minister of metropolitan school 6800 Stewart headed Community Church. By their teacher Vernon Dun tickets Mav be obtained can the Well known choreographer promises to sparkle and enliven the annual Benefit program of the service Guild of metropolitan Community Church on june to at 8 30 pm. With the theme a Showtime imm at Iouale a this year. The show will be held at Dunbar High school 3000 South Park Aud will attempt to give viewers a Jaunt around the world in less than 80 Davs. Simulated Wilson or. Rolls Rise in 1966 assistant Dean James Jean from members of the Church i Guenat registrar of Wilson at the door of Dunbar on the j College 7047 Stewart has just evening of the program or j released the enrolment figures from the Church 4100 South i for the third trimester at Wil Park. Area schools to get face lift two Southside schools within the bulletin area May receive a face lifting provided ten son. With 2,108 students in the Day time and 934 students in the Evi Ning program the total of 3,-086 is considerably higher than last years total of 2,859. This is the largest Spring in i Rollent in the history of the College and or. Jeanguenat in one is Beale elementary school 6006 Peoria that is scheduled for exterior painting at a Cost of $2,167. Of Hara decorating service is believed to be the lowest bidder for the Job. The other is Bass elements unusually Large number of male students currently enrol i cd. Wilson College is one of the travels will visit such faraway �?z11m ii. Uca a curl la. Places As Austria. Mexico a it it ? plans arc approved by j us catch that the Lar Gbor unroll. Spain France. Hawaii Temh a of Hoard of education at its ment was probably due to Hie gala Welcome upon the return u 1 a Gulai session. To America. Assisting Iii the program will1 be mrs. Romolo James one of the great choreographers in the no West Joseph la Rue assist ant music director of metropolitan Community Church will direct a choral ensemble in song by school 6554 May where a variations baritone John me contract for $2,800 to paint the i Cann will sing a a Granada and exterior of the building will j other famous numbers c. V. Presumably be awarded to 0�?~-Blackman, Well known drama Hara decorating service also. In coach will direct a mock trial. In moslem countries the officials responsible for plan equivalent of our red Cross is Ning the program Are mrs. A red Crescent on a White Rosalie Henry president of the Field. In Iran. It is a red lion Church Guild Luvesta Apper and Sun on a White Field. All son program chairman and Cli the nations of the world recon Ractor of show mrs. Ilia Don Cize these As symbols of non Aldson. Co chairman and cast trility. Bulletin now on Newsstands the Allen University choir of Columbia South Carolina under the direction of John Wesley Hunter will appear in concert at the greater institutional . Church 7800 Indiana on june 6, at 8 00 . The choir is composed of the men s glee club the women s ensemble and the University choral group. The Allen University choirs itinerary embraces the Southeastern midwestern and Northern areas of the United states. The choir has appeared on radio and television periodically and its schedule last year included a last accredited colleges which charges no tuition and is open to All residents of the City of Chicago. Students outside of the City May attend but there is a Small charge for instruction. There will be a summer term available at Wilson which is especially valuable to students from Chicago who Are Home from other schools. The term is scheduled to begin with registration on june 27th, and applications for admission May be secured by writing to the registrar of Wilson College. Students who have not yet taken the . Examination Are reminded that they must request an application permit by june 4. And the actual test will be held on june 25, 1966. Pea Rances at the worlds fair and Nassau Bahamas. Concerts Are Given in an attempt to broaden the student s knowledge of music and Rendi j tons vary from the baroque period to the modern period. Invitations Are made at least three months in Advance of j presentation. The director John w. Hun j Ter received the . Degree from Allen University the . Degree and the . Degree from Columbia University new York City n.y., and a diploma from the Julliard school of music. Hunter studied under the instruction of Robert Shaw and Fred Waring. This concert is sponsored by the r. L. Miller Guild miss Ann Vaughn president and Theodore Strickland chairman. For further information Contact Vernon c. Bond St 3-2157 win Cash pay your bulletin news boy get your sweepstakes receipt. No obligation see Page i for details is your child a Pooh Reader the Advance Reading oink summer school classes it vac and provide Liri Chw in Reading compar Brioc rot sp�o4 Temh phonics word attack word Moon hug arithmetic spelling other Skuli Basic fact vocabulary Catanta a Sun Compert Tea Oral bar word problem in Iota it a Todd dictionary skill a wit Simf habit 9 Yam experience a we get results a Board of education vouchers a very Small Classen to per teacher i a very Low tuition a payment Hen frs standardized Reading and Aritt Atefi tatting for information Vot Vot it Fiji. In Mofal j n9�,qwm a vol we Ftp Balistr aria us had cad today Leroy l Johnson director Call a 3-7794 school Loc Ariot 809 l 42a4 pm restorations copies of family pictures expert photography since 1890 Dodge he Burri studios 6550 s. Halsted Stre a secrets like Money Are a Good unless placed in circulation. Rossi s pizza All our pizzas Are made fresh a baked to order for 2 for 3 for 4 for 5 fam. Sausage. 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 mushroom. 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Green Pepper .1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 anchovies. 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 onion or garlic. 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5 00 tuna or Olive .1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 cheese. 1.25 2.00 2.50 3.50 4.00 extra ingredient.50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni. 2.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 shrimp. 2 00 2.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 Bacon. 2.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 Coney Island 2.50 3 00 5.00 6.00 7.00 delivered to to charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Chicken boxes 20 piece in Box. $4.75 16 pet. $3.75 to pc. $2.45 barbecued add 25 to 50c barbecued Back ribs with Cole Slaw French Fries o of bread and butter. French Fries order shrimps i la. With Sesuca $2.25 Perch i la. With sauce $1.75 Fried Chicken half Cole Slaw Fries bread butter $1.50 shrimp dinner $1.50 Perch dinner $1.35 Coli Slaw it. .50c it. .90c look As a new service to our readers the bulletin is now on Sale at selected Newsstands throughout our area. You can now buy an extra copy of a a Chicago a leading Community weekly at the following stands 43rd-Kimbark so Corner 63rd-Eb�rhrt be Corner 63rd-Woodlawn be Corner 63rd-Harvard l station 63rd-Normal so Corner 63rd-Halsted be Corner 728 w. 65th St. Southtown 74th hoisted be Corner 71st-Suth Park new Corner 75th-Vincennes new Corner 79th-Prairie be Corner 83rd-cottage new Corner 1716 e.79th Southeast 87th-cottage new Corner 87th-Langley new Corner 87th-South Park new Corner 75th-cottage new Corner 79th-Langley so Corner 81st-South Park be Corner 65th-cottage be Corner 59th-state Springer drugs 8201 Ellis drug store 63rd-cottage be Corner 95th-Lafayette new Corner 639 e. 71 St office 79th-Vincennes so Corner talk the of town free free new car Trade in s two foot tall stuffed doll of you bring in this and or say too read it in the bulletin. Limited Quantity 63 cad. Fleetwood air conditioned. Alabaster White $2195 64 Buick Lesa re Auto transmission 4 or. 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And too he a a fellow townsman a taxpayer a neighbor a one who has a personal concern for the health and welfare of your family. A ave table w adv met Tor Sao a a Oast \ Aga had Omrami Cru teb r e r 701 e. 79th St. Chicago. Illinois left i o its phone 783-0234

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