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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Page 4 Section 2 the bulletin thursday june to 196s up ski cd Ooster to sell your House c 89 that pay. A a broader View a a discordant Day in june a Lovely month by Zack Gilbert on that Uncertain morning you awake it is june that Beautiful month cupid loves most that wonderful month when Young menus fancy supposedly turns to love. But you Are not moved. For some unexplainable reason you Are in the Depths. To raise yourself from this pit of loneliness you turn on the radio and listen to your favorite disc jockey. Everything he plays strikes a discordant note. For you today there is Only gloom. You go to the window and watch the few Trees about swaying in Lustrous greenery. From somewhere closely a Bird chirps to the flowering morning. You Are still inane Static. This is not your Day. Then suddenly As magic is you feel it All coming stirring in you like the reality of birth overflowing flooding freely and you struggle to write it All Down. Gilbert purposeful meeting on some unwanted dawns on some unwanted dawns sometimes we who love life the most arise to mornings stretched like tombs across our tired Day. There is no flow of Sun no sweep of air the blood Lay Low like droughts within the veins. The circulation slows the spirit ebbs away. We laugh a Grunt a frown is All we smile there is a discontent for us in children a play. We turn away Back to our private tombs tall Graves Are ours exclusively today. And you look up from your typewriter and again As magic is the gloom is suddenly gone. There is laughter singing from deep inside of you. You skip out into the open air. This creation has been your therapy. You Are free. National views professor William Mccord of Stanford University i says of his recent Book Mississippi the Long hot summer Norton $4.50. A aft has been written 17th wards War on dirt was declared Over a month ago. Last saturday Block club members from the 17th Ward met at St. Paul Church 6954 Union and Community and civic Pride. Main speaker at the program was Ell Walsh Bureau of sanitation. Other speakers left to right Are mrs. Hattie Ivory 714 w. 68th St., and mrs. Elizabeth Shannon 144 e. 74th, chairman of the War on dirt program. With a degree of passion and personal involvement. I Hope the Reader will forgive this scholarly lapse the human meaning of the Mississippi revolt cannot be adequately conveyed in a textbook manner. It would do injustice to those who have been killed and to those who carry on the Battle to treat them As sociological data rather than As individual human this is quite a tribute to the civil right activists who risk their lives daily for the cause. Local views the swaps literary writing club inaugurates its summer session thursday july i at Ida Noyes 1212 e. 59th Street with lecturer Thomas Higganbottom instructor at Wendell Phillips school presenting a souls of Black Folk by w. E. B. Dubois. On july 6th, noted writer and bulletin staffer Leon Forrest will use As his topic a reportage straight new and on thursday july 8th, David Llorens associate editor Woodlawn Booster will speak on a the journalist looks at Chicago a political Power Structure and the these lectures by Many Well known educators and writers will continue through july and August concluding sept. 4th. Ten let us prove that the fastest Way to sell your Home or apartment building is with a Low Cost bulletin Booster want and list your Home or apartment building in the want and Section. The $10 Price entitles you to an and that is Large enough to accurately describe the property you want to sell. Your advertisement should include the address of your property the Type of building features lot size Price and the Telephone number or other Means of contacting the owner or agent for the property. The bulletin Booster will publish your and every edition until your property is sold All you pay is $1.0, no More you can order your and by phone or Send it to our office at 639 e. 71sl Street with your Check or Money order. The bulletin Booster will Bill you if you have established credit. Property fas your Call t0friendly Adt arms ohs of 3-1040 or Send your and _ 8,-r?sth1 if Joffre 16 thit Hilgh 21, Here a your Chanhc Tab be somebody join Job corps of you re 16 through 21 years old out of school and can t find a Joba acan t get into the armed forces and sometimes think you have no future Job corps May be the answer. Just fill out the Coupon below Send it in and you la soon find out. Of you re accepted you la live in a Job corps Center with others your age. You la eat Good food. 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