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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Pigs 8-wd�?z june 14,1967 the bulletin Englewood thru these eyes school is out. It would show that All Are United. Perhaps if they decide to meet and Exchange ideas some Good could really develop. These avenues could encourage Block clubs social clubs and individuals who might have something to offer. Nothing should be overlooked because we Are looking for answers. The Community needs a group of people with by Willie Pittman everyone a mind is set on the one of attitude. A persons a summer activities. In talking to Sec attitude toward other people ii Cua a a Bucu 1c Many of the people in Engle determines his actions whether percept Behest and twilling Wood i find he is a member of a youth gang Ness to take a stand St a Home people real is quite impossible. To cause few who have any answers to our Community problems. Ideas and suggestions for work with the comm u n i t y Are still being discussed. The control of violence is the main subject among some people some feel Englewood can to be overlooked. It All depends on us As individuals and organized groups of All kinds. The Basic problem of adults As Well As that of youth is Sims for r m confusion and misunderstand Hgt a. I. All Hii Mun Klinl dings in this crucial period youth gangs. All human beings tend to form groups. Serves no purpose. Or action and concerted when the adults use Intelli most. A widespread concept of gence and tact instead of yell youth who commit serious acts ing and threats for the control of their siblings then and Only then is control possible. Hard and violent attitudes toward those who do things harmful to the Community will not change their attitudes at All it Only increases their Lack of love for others As they continue to see examples. The attitude that we should reject and punish and throw in jail those who Hurt the Community does not help those persons or the Community. People who do harmful things must be treated As people not As animals. If they Are treated As animals not As people they will act like animals. I have been watching to see and hear How Many of the churches in our Community would come together before of violence is that they Are emotionally disturbed. Hence a different approach to the problem of Englewood a youth will have to be made. The mayors Call for jobs for youth will not automatically guarantee a Job for every Young person. Therefore Many will still be standing on Corners potential sources of violent actions. We do not wish to see our Community explode in rioting and violence. Who has the answer you re covered under medicare doctor Bill insurance not Only covers doctors services in the Hospital. It covers doctors services wherever they Are furnished in a nursing Home in his office or in your Home. Interest South East Bank 1180 East 63rd mme Al Terai Deposit insurance corporation Woodlawn s mos hiked about grocery there is no confusion about where to a hop for your groceries when you want the Best Best foods. Come in and visit us. Center Cut lean 7qc pork chops 0,b lean pork steaks 69u� Woodlawn food Market 6315 Woodlawn Avenue free delivery museum 4-9376 we give top Volt stomps open 24 hours Iviry Day this Happy scene was taken during the recent graduation luncheon held for students of holy Cross elementary school at teds diner 6450 cottage Grove. Having completed one step upwards on the ladder of education the students Are looking eagerly to advancing to a higher step in the fall. Wearing smiles of satisfaction the youngsters standing from left Are Sedgwick Williams. 6425 Ellis Linda Bradford 6504 Maryland Mark Graves 6836 Cre t h e bulletin Booster areas will be represented in leadership roles As Well As among the More than 1600 guests who Are expected to con tribute $56,000 during the a acpt a 1967 Freedom fund dinner june 16 in the Conrad Hilton hotel. Operator earns $329 for suggestion plan originality and Cre and later to his current Post a activity were amply rewarded lapping machine operator recently when one of our neigh married to the former Beulah Bors earned the second highest v. Redditt of Indianapolis ind., employee suggestion award he and his wife have three presentation made by automat daughters Mildred on the in electric company in North staff at Cook county Hospital Lake 111. Marie a Secretary for a Chica Tony h. Ferguson 7143 peo so fire a Anco a Wand a a Ria a machine operator at a silent at cd Ane Public High somatic electric company sc2i? has been awarded Ferg sons also have $329 by the firms employee a Sony Arthur who is employed suggestion award committee. By an electrical appliance Man i Ferguson s idea helps to hobbies include recover for future use. Baseball football and Bowling scrapped parts which a Lap a Dri press operator was a. Ping machine in the Telephone Vance a my Jing position Drill tap Mill and Miscella k a nexus machine department rejects. A warped receiver Frame castings a he explained a which Are finished by machinery in most instances came from holds bearing irregularities. I suggested a method of coming a Long Way up salvaging a greater percentage through the ranks is John o. Of scrapped parts by repairing Wilson 1425 e. Marquette who those irregularities by hand has recently been appointed As thereby substantially reducing Distant District food supervisor the rejects a said Ferguson for Walgreen drug stores three who has been with the Tele Southside districts. About 26 phone and control system Man stores with restaurant units Are a facture almost 12 years. Located within the Southside Dis Ferguson born reared and tricks. Wilson began his career educated in Greenville missis with Walgreen in 1962 As a Grill Sippi is a member of the com-1 Man. Advanced to assistant Unity action league an or-1 Grill manager shortly thereof a animation formed by the pm Ter he was promoted in 1965 to Plo yees of automatic electric j Grill room manager of the com Cardinal elect John p. Cody just As frightening to negro to help needy High school and Panyk a restaurant at 3405 South Raymond schoessling and or. Businessmen As it is to Whites College students from Chicago a Parkway. Wilson was enrolled graduation luncheon Gier Gabrielle Griffin Roh Sangamon and Mark Barnes 6459 Drexel. Sitting from left Are mrs. Lucyle Hall 6449 Evans mrs. Magnolia Laing 843 e. 65th St. Rev. James d. Charme holy Cross school sister Mary Leah Biller b.v.m., principal holy Cross school sister Mary Matilda b.v.m., Rev. Gregory sulgit holy Cross Church and sister Mary Helen. . Asst. Food supervisor bulletin Booster leaders Sparks a act fund dinner Theodore k. Lawless. Assisting Bynum As co chairmen from the bulletin Booster areas Are City treasurer Marshall Korshak 1508 e. 53rd George Johnson Bynum added. Arc holds member meet Al u. Of Chi. I n an illuminating speech june la during the Chicago association for retarded children a annual membership num 7350 cottage Grove. Master Quot Henry Quot w. Mcgee 5043 meeting or. William j. Pieper the dinner will Honor and Dorchester Langford Spray chief child psychiatry Section to. Lai e. Stevenson Iii state gins 8156 Champlain or. Har presbyterian. Luke s no Spital win visited by Mobile units your area this summer treasurer and also will a old Thatcher Rev. Clarence h. A Are Assem a age from the tuberculosis Institute he stressed knowledge the work of out Cobbs pastor first Church of new he Rlyons in be a a chjcag0 and Cook county to i a you can get a free Chest Johnson products co., 7936 cot this was the opinion Early Tage Grove John h. Johnson this week of the civil rights Din Johnson publishing co., a. R. Ner chairman Marshall f. By leak 7810 cottage Grove Post Low income families. I in Walgreen a District food us he started with automat per visor training program last in electric in january 1956, As year. Mobile units to make a Ray Check up easy two Southside locations the a Ray service moving into standing a act volunteers of deliverance the past year. So Jabor it Victor j. Failla the meeting was held at 7 june 16-20 offer free Chest a rays Between x Ray at any Mobile unit you a acpt a Broad support is re Harold Feldstein professional p a at the Center for Contin wish so make it a Point to Stop sponsored by the Institute i at the first unit you see a that sealed by the backgrounds of and Quot business Quot leaders Lucian s. A in c at he a and the municipal tuberculosis Way you wont be in danger of this years dinner leaders by Kapp William a. Lee or. Mel r 1 a a sanitarium in an Effort to un-1 forgetting this important health num added. Vin Maclin 6253 Ellis William elect on of officer was cover to in Chicago the Loca j checkup. Honorary chairmen Are May l. Mcfetridge. Chicago daily tons to be visited Date and or Richard a Daley governor defender and Gus Zappas. Otto Kerner senator Charles Bynum said a ii response a Yonh 7458 Langley infant wet Percy 4 pm a one of the important reasons the Federal government needs to adopt a greater sense the Chicago association Mir it Arp. For retarded children is a us u a Bynum said Early response City wide planning and service. T Cucus to Kuopi a greater sense archbishop from x Jabor organizations and Agency for Chicago a retarded fare ratio Friday june 16, 9 f fiscal responsibility in curb Quot Quot businessmen has already guar children and their families. The am 4 pm ing excessive spending and anted Over half the goal. He Booster area Agency in 79th amp Halsted monday holding Down the Burden of tax said this year Marks a greater Southeast school is located at june i9 1-8 pm. Also tuesday Ationo is that state and local involvement by negro business 5039 Greenwood. June 20, to am 5 pm. Governments also must look to men who support a act s another Agency in areas according to John e. Egdorf the same citizens for support of strategy of Progress without served by the Booster executive director of the to their operations a noted Walter disorder. Bulletin is operated out of Bercu Losis Institute of Chicago Rogers former . Represented spectre of looted Husi vocational training Center Anc co county Active from Texas. A when a in of Christ Unity Temple 8601 s. State 487-0030 Rev. Johnnie Coleman minister sunday school 10.30 em.-11 30 a in and 12-1 . Morning worship 10 30 a in. And 12-1 p in. Wednesdays a 8 pm a a in a a Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8050 St. Lawrence a 3-3661 Rev. Richard c. Dickinson sunday Bibl school 9 30 . Divina worship 8 15 . And 10 45 a in. Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w. Englewood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 . A worship 10 45 . Prayer Mealing a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . Daily 9 30 . Amp 11 30 a in. Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 75th St. 483-7010 Rev. Gerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 a worship 10 45 . Kelly methodist 6950 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 . A worship 10 45 a in. Maryland ave Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3 0677 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 . A worship 10 45 . Amp 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . The new example Baptist 7526-28 s. Halsted St 3-3250 Rev. Roosevelt a. Baker m a., b.d., sunday school 9 15 . A worship 10 30 a in. Amp 7 . Prayer meeting and Bible hour wednesday 7 . Choir rehearsal saturday 6 . Counselling monday and thursday 7 . By appt. Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 Norman a. Nelsons pastor sunday school and Bible classes 9 30 . Worship 9 30 amp la . Southwest Baptist Church 8640 s. Michigan a 4-8880 Rev. We. H. Conley pastor sunday school 9 30 a worship 10.45 . Midweek prayer service 7 . St. Mark s evangelical Luteran 8800 s. Langley a 3-2246 Richard j. Winsor pastor service with holy communion 8 30 sunday school and adult classes 9 30 . Family worship la . Mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6-3232 t. C. Lightfoot or a pastor Church school 9 13 am. A worship la . Prayer meeting a wednesdays 7 45 . St. John . 6201 s. Throop a 5-3705 David e. Readye minister sunday school 9 30 . A worship 10 45 . Our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Miton Gundermann pastor sunday school 9 30 . A worship la . St. Phillips lutheran 6232 s. Eberhart a 4-5216 Rev. R. H. King b.d., m.ed. sunday school 9 30 am. A worship la am. Temple of divine science 1326 e. 63rd do 3-7232 Rev. L. M. Williams minister sunday school 9 43 . A worship la . Amp 8 30 pm help and bless tuesday 12-8 . Prayer band Friday evening 8 . Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd 483-3115 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 . A worship 10 55 . A a Tat a a apostolic Little Rock Church 5923 s. Wentworth 776 5958 elder a. W. Moyers Paster Sun. School to . A worship services 11 30 . Amp 7 30 . Young people Sarv. 1st a 3rd Sun. A . A missionary serv. 2nd Sun. 6 . A tarrying serv. Wed. 7 30 . Missionary Pray 7 30 . Tues. A Bible class 7 30 . Fri. St sundays building fund 6 . Cathedral a love. B. Church 360 East 75th Street 846 7961 Rev. C. S. Flanagan pastor sunday school 9 30 . A morning worship 10 45 . B t u. 6 00 . Nesses and burning property is 7811 Stony Island. St. Columbanus plans for a fun in the Sun summer will be fun time two snacks and a hot lunch Are for youngsters in Park Manor included in the $10 per week for a program of varied Active tuition fee. Ties has been planned for their the Cyd vacation Center recreation and entertainment will provide a full Day Camp through the auspices of St. Col program beginning at to . Urbanus Church 331 e. 71st. And continuing to 4 . A the St. Columbanus this week an children will have close Friendly bounced that it will sponsor two supervision with two Counse programs which a will be open lors assigned to every group of to All youngsters of Park Man 15 children a Rev. Mccahey or a the bulletin was in further advised formed. A special feature of the Vaca one is a a play school for Center will be frequent tots Ages 3 to 5 the other a roller skating parties and Les co vacation Center for sons at the St. Columbanus youngsters 6 through 13. These roller rink. The tuition for the programs will commence june week period is $10 per 26, according to Rev. Eugene child. Mccahey pastor of St. Columbanus. The play school open from 8 30 . To 4 30 ., will provide a variety of activities designed to give the kiddies a a fun summer As Well As an interesting one Rev. Mccahey said. There will be one instructor for every to to 12 children. A the Busy executive a Clear delineation is lost As to the Busy housewife a the Stu the proper role of Federal Dent or teacher winding up a s to t a and local full school year a the truck governments. A Clear Deline Driver a the Moon lighter a Tion is also lost As to sources of whoever you May be you will Revenue each level should rely appreciate the convenience of those desiring further information May Call the Saint Columbanus rectory a 4-1022. Anal this and paid for by a Friend shop and save at you Goodwill industries retail store at Good Willy Good Willy 6840 s. Stony Island 9027 s. Commercial summer fashions Ai Low Low prices Beys girl infants Waar .30c a up ladies rats sportswear .$1.00 a up Lariat hats bags Shoat. 35c a up Ladias fashion suits skirts big Sala Tien. $1.00 a to ladies summer Coats jackets .$1.50 a up men s Spring clothing. $1.50 a up boys a girls Ceste jackets. 75c a up new lots daily of reconditioned furniture and appliances at Low Low prices shop daily 9 30 to 5 30 monday thursday and Friday nites til 9 pm. Summertime plans for youth oked an eight week summer program worked out brought the Chicago committee on Urban Opportunity to be supervised by the Park Side Urban Progress Center 1530 e. 69th, has been approved by the Board of directors of the Park Manor youth Council. The boards approval was announced his week by Rev. James e. Kohls director of the Council. The program will begin june 26 and the Center will be open at least 12 hours daily according to Lemmie Branch 6211 Champlain. Branch added a we will serve youth from 8 to 19 years of age. The younger ones we will program in the Early part of the Day and the older in the seventeen of the areas teenagers will be employed through the neighbourhood youth corps to help with the program t. C. Samuel 7208 Vernon revealed. Samuel said four adults will be involved in the direct operation of the program. Looking Forward to a a very Fine summer miss Sheilah Clay 646 e. 73rd, said particulars of the program must still be worked out particularly weekly bus trips. Branch also reported that Job applications Are available at the Center for jewel food stores. Kidd town amusement Park 1711 East 95th Street come where the fun and games Are fun in the Sun for All the family now open monday thru Friday 6 30 . Saturday amp sunday 1 00 . 15 exciting rides. Go carts. Baseball. Etc for fire truck birthday parties. Graduation parties or fund raising for your Church or favorite Charity Call 375-6006 attention subscribers Southeast economist bulletin Booster Hyde Park Herald free free free receive 8 More free rides when purchasing 8 rides for $1.00 you will receive 8 extra rides free by turning in your paid newspaper receipt

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