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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 6, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Be Iii Mimmy Page 6 the bulletin thursday june 6. 1963 picket Beale school Bermand principal s item Oral Dren humanely and we will work in Harmony with demand principals ouster the shades were drawn and the windows closed Mhz. Jackson who so Bool no satisfactory solution to their problem. For Community action took action to demonstrate their demand that Willard a. J Johnston be ousted As principal meet and negotiate with administrators. A communications Are charges of hatred and six of the Pace members met a Josef. S d rpm Davjd physical abuse of Beale Cie with Michael fort Ion. Supern Road it president of Acca ind Man tar school pupils con pendent of school District 21, pastor o greater St. John Bap Tain Cri in a petition circulated May 28. Rev. Jackson spoke for list Church by Pace was related in the the Beale parents. According to Rev. Reade he bulletins May 2 Issue. A we do not want Johnston As ried lose up an Appon Manl according to the Rev. Leon principal of this so h o o i any o so for Jno . Jackson. Pace chairman the longer. We want the Board of up of dec cd o men a on of decision to picket came alter education to appoint another or a Ombres of our am numerous frustrated attempts to principal who will treat our Chil Zajf hot Wou of am my about the when Rev. Readye did not hear from Tortino. He called his office again. Fortinos Secretary said that been made to see the Beale protest group according to Rev. Reade. Acc a youth co meet at rust memorial the youth Englewood committee Tor Community action will meet on ill Mii nos re 4-4510 commission of the thursday june 6. At 7 30 at the rust memorial Church 59th and Carpenter. J leading the picket lines the Rev. John Porter youth were the Jacksons Rev. Commission chairman said Reade mrs. Marion Henley there Are several a important 7030 s. Stewart ave., Leader of items for our consideration to the Parker school parents who be discussed at the meeting. Last year protested the use of these items he said involve Mobile units and the Rev. John for the most part the area of r. Porter. 6409 s. Sangamon the Oliver Wendell Holmes ave., pastor of Christ methodist school at 55th and Morgan Church. They Are 1 police Protection for students and other residents of the immediate area 2 apprehension of persons everything to make your child s party a Success 1,000 party i favors. A v 108-10 l y 79th Strei Street is 5-9664 Rev. Porter who recently participated in Freedom demonstrations in Alabama instructed the picketers in the Art of non violent demonstrating at a rally smallest hearing Aid we be Ever made worn entirely in the earn no Cord a nothing worn anywhere else. Monotone 1824 e. 79th Street a 1-1018 batteries for All makes disturbances in causing area 3 coordination of efforts with the Englewood office of the youth commission the commission on human relations and the a act and 4 formation of a biracial committee of area residents to help combat the problems there. Porter called the fourth item a most he sunday night. Rev. Ready e announced that a mass meeting is planned for Friday. 7 ., at the Church of the living god 6000 s. Union ave. A a we re going to have to plan More drastic action to show that we mean b ii s i n e s a Saiof Reade. A in the meantime Accord the youth commission chair ing to Rev. Porter the pickets Man urged members to attend will continue their March the meeting. Around the school. Grand opening special Concord station 71st amp Indiana this Coupon Worth 25 on 8 Gal. Tor More parents picket tue Beale school 6000 s. Peoria Iii an Effort to Rem of tile principal Maul a. Johnston. Picketers Are members of Pace Parent association for child education and eco Ca Englewood committee for Community action. Rev. And mrs. Econ Jackson co chairmen of the Pace group said that negotiations with school administrators have failed. A mass meeting is planned for Friday at the Church of the living cod 600 1 s. I Ilion ave., 7 Purchase of gasoline grease or Oil change offer void Attar i All Dailey s pharmacy mrs. G. A. I 532 East 79th St. I a a i i 6-5431 inc. Robt d. Brown prop. I j i descriptions Isip Complete line of cosmetics package goods magazines and babies needs free fast pickup and delivery taxi Driver wanted Day or night shifts full time or weekends excellent earnings apply Abernathy taxi ass n 4510 cottage Grove ave. Any Day 9 . To 6 30 Of 4-4800 a bulletin want Reading clinics of secretarial training Fotioo Day Campis your child a poor Reader or a a o n i 1 l0w grades 9 weak skills i c v Cli i it failures a poor study habit Advance Reading clinic Call today after 5 Summer school classes june 25 to aug. 12, at 809 e. 42nd place classes held . 7 was 8 30 . To 12 30 Fern Roc in 19k 9 Reodis ,1 9 specking a phonic a spoiling uranus i by i am a Arith. A penmanship a eng. J. Composition special Speed Reading grades 4th through 12thl a Only registered Board of education teachers used a Small classes 8-10 pupils per teacher free Reading and arithmetic test a no obligation showing Grad Levels Call a 3 7794 Leroy l. Johnson director give your child the Chance he needs. We get result potential Reading clinic 6103 cottage Grove 324-5936 a remedial and corrective Reading instruction in a clinical setting for children in grades i through 12. A Complete read Loci diagnosis Given to Fach student with reports to parents. Reports will be sent to schools upon request. A clinicians Are graduates of the University of Chicago a Depari ment of education and Are Reading specialists. All teachers Are Board of education employees a summer classes Are geared for intensive tutoring in language arts and corrective instruction in mathematics. A corrective speech therapy is Given to each student w Hen needed As part of our pro Gram for increasing language facility. A summer session a june 24th through August 9th, 196 5 seven weeks class periods a 8 00 to 10 50 . And 9 00 to 11 50 . A counselling service provided for Chii Oren and adults. A registrar Ion Blu i is saturday june i 196 5. Ramona o. Fogerty director area resident receives Jones commercial diploma miss Lavorne Maria Page of 7058 s. Rhodes ave., a stenography major at the Jones commercial High school will receive her diploma Friday evening. June 14, at the schools 48th Semi annual commencement. A a business in the space age will be the theme of exercises which will be held in the Lane auditorium at the school 607 s. Plymouth it. Aaron d. Cushman president Aaron d. Cushman and associates will be the commencement speaker. Clarence b. Carey director of Jones will present diplomas to 192 girls and two boys James Janicki and Dennis waiver. Awards to graduates will be presented by the Union league Post american legion Ameri can legion auxiliary second District. Kraft foods Aldens incorporated. Sears Roebuck and company american National Bank and Trust company Jones business advisory Council. And Hobart h. Sommers regional director United states office of education. Montgomery Ward and company also participates in a pre graduation award program. The valedictory will be delivered by Lynne Loquist. Patricia 1 Matsdorf class president is the salutatorian. The topic will be a a Secretary a place in Jones is Chicago a Only Al commercial Public High school. Located in the downtown area i All graduates will have completed successful Job apprenticeships and will continue in their j jobs after commencement. Chatham Avalon Nursery school City and state licensed permit 36 Register now for summer session term begins june 24th, 1963 classes 8 . To 4 Registration open now Quot dedicated to parents who care Quot Chatham Avalon medical arts bldg.20-26 East 79th St. St 3-2357 mrs. Madora Marshall director ten ways to insure your children s Success in school. A provide qualified by. Of de teachers a improve study habits a a build self Confidence a use modern methods materials and techniques a provide individual attention a raise Reading and arithmetic skills a improve spelling speech and English a raise school grades a use an effective summer study program a enrol your children in our summer program recommended by teachers and principals Chatham tutoring service2400 w. Madison St.7343 s. Cottage Grove annual summer tutoring program june 24 a aug. 3 Reading arithmetic spelling phonics English handwriting grades 1-12 enrolment june 8 by appt. The Bell peals for summer school classes in an air conditioned building secretarial a clerk typist ism key punch Tab and wiring teenage typewriting classes begin june 24, 1963 Register now Cortez w. Peters business college110 East 79th Street he 8-3800 a a a marriage licenses were issued last week to the following area couples Fred h. Spenst ii 8207 s. Ellis ave., and Bernice Bryant is n. Cleveland ave. Alphonse Harding 6136 s. Eberhart ave., and Betty j. Dudley 6034 s. Rhodes ave. Charles Wells 8454 s. Drexel ave., and Arvetta thrash 2222 s. State St. Abraham Rodgers 5722 s Prairie ave., and Clara Mcmil Ier 1408 e. 72nd pm. David Lee Barlow. 11834 s. Wolcott and Emma j. Ross 1424 e. 69th St. Eugene Sanders 1307 e. 7lst St., and addle l. Walker 1307 e. 71st St. J olm m. Jackson 7948 s. Dob son ave., and Delores e. Riddle. 9118 s. Evans ave. Kenneth j. Miller. 240 w. 118th St., and Juan a. O Hara 9020 s. Jeffery ave. Lias Herron 544 e. 88th pl., and Jessie l. Sudduth 544 e. 88th pm. Arthur d. Alexander 6628 s. Laflin ave., and Beatrice l. Nepal 6431 s. Harper ave. Are n. Mcmillan 1432 e. 72nd pl., and Gertrude Lois Jones 6459 cottage Grove ave. Harold Wasserman 1630 e. 85th St., and Arlene Feinstein. Igor n. Dearborn. Harry Owens 1456 a a 69th St., and Delores d. Deity 1456 e. 69th St. Eugene Harris 1526 e. 68ih ut., and Viola e. Page 1526 e. 68th St. A a Laww play Craft Day Camp boys and girls Ages 5 to 12i to 8 weeks of fun june 24 a August 16all transportation including pickup and delivery of children indoor swimming with instruction qualified adult supervision interesting trips and Tours for Complete information Call he 8-3086 member of the american camping association a bul latin want Aci s pay a

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