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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 11, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday june 11, 1964 padre 9 Liau Amilca wins West Point bars Warren f. Miller jr., whose parents live at 820 Calumet was graduated june 3, from the u. S. Military Academy at West Point n. Y. Miller was commissioned a second lieutenant in the artillery and received the Bachelor of science degree. While at West Point Miller was a member of the a Taff of How to Guggenheim graduation approximately a fill Kinder Parte n students will receive their diplomas in graduation exercises to be held it the Guj Erenheim elementary school 714f> Sangamon june 17, at 10 . And 2.15 . >7pp Academy a yearbook. He or. Beatrice v. Chidekel is was a a to in Ihu French language Tho school principal. The Kin ,. Elute it at Hergarten teachers Are or. Carrie Kasley and mrs. Annie on Newman forum. If. Grubbs 1 App in cd m a he a Rieme july. Otoi Ite him it b it Stop ram Don t get look re of it1 like this 1 u vhf run f. Miller Jet. In. Carter cleaning in by Echt no hats a cleaned a blocked a rtt Ltd custom made 244 cottage gov a 7235488 shoe Shine i960. By Hep. Burrau of Hara d an army sponsored program of Iii. I. Miller was a Cadet lieu Len designed interest men in ant during his senior year. Seeking Adell Fenre it inv 1 the 21 Vear Oil lieutenant i graduated from Englewood High i school in i960. He spoke at Englewood an 1 Hirsch High schools in March in Irene s Beauty Salon you i save at of w Jav. Irene s 633 e. 71st st. T w Call a a a for \ appointment. 224-7610 4 \ Felt take to magic Slacks new a flattering to your figure co for Buek Crown Navy charcoal Kcf a attn sizes >.20 7� tie tax in Pstton sizes 3ss2 s898 86c Fox st postage Send Cheek of Money order a no 10 Days Chi via a Money Back guarantee Terri to s gift House . Box 2150 Chicago Illinois 60609 bulletin want ads pay 1111 East 87th 4646 s. Halsted Street plenty of free parking discount shopping centers pupils in recital the recent piano recital sponsored by mrs. Lonnie Chears at Harlan High \ Seh of 9632 Michigan featured some of Llie most talented pupils of the area. The program included some of the world s most famous piano compositions rail ing from Alexander s ragtime band by Irvin Berlin to Schubert s unfinished syr phony. Circling the piano for a grand finale Are left to right Jeff Anderson 711 a Maryland seated at the piano Berry Lewis 7925 Indiana Vickie Gray 71c it Drexel Marlene Price 8116 Michigan Vivian Lewis 792.� Indiana and vah Rie Chears 7844 i Angley. Mrs. Chears Valerie s Mother and sponsor of the recital taught music at Harlan in 1962 and 1963. She is now a private instructor court oks appointment of resident As magistrate the circuit court of Cook reviewing committee of the com magistrates composed of five a \ Vav. A. T a a Vav \ a i a a or it county the appoint Unity fund of Chicago. A Jud i it Ltd . Intent of Karl j. Neal 7749 Indi his wife Hyla and daughter Ana a Magis irate. Beverly both Are Chicago public1 the other negro Magis the of Neal along school teachers. A son George to ales Are Richard d. Gumbel a la that of George a. Blakey jr., a recent graduate of alien Alvin a. Turner Ernest a. Green University is employed As an in a and Maurice d. Pompey. A Ter viewing Counselor with the 4857 Green Weed boosts the number of negroes in this position to in the Job carries a salary of Cook county department of Publ j,000 a year. Both Neal and lie Aid. Blimey Are at Orneys. Magistrate Neal an Honor graduate and former athlete of Engle Wood High school received his Lav degree Irum the Chicago Law school. A Formet criminal lawyer he More recently has been enga de in the practice of civil Law. Chief judge John s. Boyle announced the naming of 23 new magistrates. Thirty two had been appointed earlier under a reorganized court system which eventually will eliminate All justices of the peace and police magistrates. Boyle said another five magistrates probably will be appointed at one time he was general coun this year and 43 in 1965. This he Sel for the Globe newspaper in said would bring the total to 103. Chicago. He also was general under the reorganization plan one counsel and organizer of the Royal magistrate will be named for each circe insure Nee company and 35,500 of population president of Elind enterprises. The latest group of 23 mag magistrate Neal served eight 1st rates named were chosen from years As juvenile officer for the More than 200 persons who were bored of Edi action and during screened by the committee on Earl j. Neal raise fluids for Library a it rid War ii he was District com Nader of g in defense for the South area Chicago. He is a me Nebr of Alpha Psi fraternity. The student government organi student government indicated no a w be Evelyn is a Public nation at Wilson College 70471�?othe faculty and administration school cached. Their son Earl l. Stewart has been working to raise of Wilson College were pleased Neal is an assistant corporation funds to help i h the construction that the student Are interested in a of the John f. Kennedy memorial Public service projects of this counsel. Blakey an assistant at Library. The students have accepted any a Twomey general of Illinois is a amount of Money. All people who graduate of the Howard Undver-1 contributed were allowed to sign sity Law school a 32nd degree their names on special sheets Mason and a former trustee of which will be bound and kept per congregational Church of Park Manenty in the Library. The Manor where he served As chair-1 Library is to be built on the Cam rom of the organizing commit use pus of Harvard University in a the present Church. Especially Active in that drive he i a former president of was Walter Chopulis 2548 w. 67th blur i chapter Phi Beta Sigma st., who is the treasurer of the frat. And also has served As student government organization a both member of the Woodlawn also participating in this drive boys club lower North comm were Ralph Nielson 6426 fair nity Center and Mckinley House Field Elaine pet is 3812 w. 55th he served 10 years on the exec st. Cora Lewis 6203 Princeton live committee of the boy scouts and Greer Duke 8330 Ingleside. Of America and two terms on the Frank Hayashida sponsor of Tihe he further stated that it appeared the drive would come to a successful conclusion. Borman s More a a a boasting yes continued from Page 1 i cause it respects the Homes it enters. It has Impact j because its editorial comments Are mature though a meet Lowell Berman a Gressie responsible though Independent. And Liis it Fine fellow a Good neighbor and entire package comes in the most modern format. Ithe genial proprietor of Bermant no wonder the bulletin has approximately 75,000 department store 523 e. 7ist st. Steady readers Between 60th and 95th streets cottagel11�311, a Long t�?o�5 member Grove and Ashland avenues a More than any other business Community hav negro based newspaper circulates throughout the City. Same Iwason lors a past ten.,. Years. His personal approach to oops i guess i have stopped speaking and started sales distinguishes Tho so Ore from preaching a a out the bulletin. So i will drop the matter the Ordinary. features and Promise hot to Deumite another column to it in thu a Complete in of men s an us a future Lilly i do Hope this hit of boasting will i Tor tree encourage you to let tas Prois a of your Copi Munith news h 1 a a a a paper As Vou Are of your Community. The two go to l c Dlin a has rat j a i l4/x. Or Ltd we n a a department Vul Gether like exciting and on larget. Of an a Lhorty. Aug varied entertainment and Channel 2b. A Good newspaper in he scene a. Berman s is a is an asset to any Community and vice versa a Well known neighbor Ralph a Woods 7045 Eberhart Woods 15 meanwhile. I the Inorg coordinator our Reg. Amp 4� dresses now just when you need them most Cool colourful comfortable. A vast array of Summers most wanted fashions. Priced to please everyone. Come in today hrs. Petites misses half sizes of 4 a re a a a a i a nv>4 111 Eciel pm <1646 s. Palsied Street plenty of free parking open daily 10 to 10 sunday 10 to 8 Community a a a a a a a a a a him if i i 1 Ali a i a

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