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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 20, 1963, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday june 20, 1963 annul plan to convert to school continued from Page 1 March that Chicago teachers College or Wilson College both less than four Block away coiffed use the building to ease overcrowding in their facilities. At that time mrs. Simpson pointed out Quot there is a possibility that this could be done since adults could adjust them elves better to the noise of trains racing past the school. With Small children the noise is Apt to disrupt classes a contacted this week by the bulletin mrs. Simpson reemphasized her previous position. Quot we did suggest the possibility that it be used As a part of Wilson since College students have the right to enrol in any school they desire Quot she said adding a there would not be the segregated pattern that exists in elementary mrs. Simpson reiterated that the parents group also Felt that adults could better adjust to the location and its Busy surrounding. A we can see a real Victory at this Point which we did not feel when the school first closed. At one time we thought we would have to Start fighting again in september.0 mrs. Simpson said the group did not expect to win when it began the fight a but we wanted the Board to know that we did not agree with this segregated pattern of a if they change their minds and decide upon putting an elementary school there we will continue our fight a she declared. The chairman of 71st and Stewart committee reported last Spring that parents visited the school after it was shutdown to a see for themselves How much renovation has taken place and to discuss the school curriculum with the temporary principal John a after touring the first and second floors we Are still not satisfied with the building/1 she reported at that time a the rooms done to look like classrooms and there is still the danger arising from the Railroad being so close to the school. A sixth War in fashion Mil Clit Page 7, to improve local schools bids totalling nearly $45,0001 rd., was awarded Capitol a for work at the Low Yale ment company which bid Denton and Peck elementary schools were approved last week by the Board of education. At Yale school 7025 a Prince $2,695 for the Job. Yard improvements in connection with construction of a new school building at Deneen ton ave., a luncheon Kitchen school 7240 s. Wabash ave., and serving area is to be con iwas awarded Carlson Asphalt Struc fed at a Cost of $17,037. A company which bid $7,688. Play Low bidder for the work was ground equipment fences and Illinois Range company. A related material will be pro paving a new Alley behind video by Lane Stewart com Low school w. Marquette Pany at a Cost of $1.577. Mayfair Academy of Fine arts Annun Ltd to summer workshop dance a music a drama starting july 8, 1963 thru August 2, 1963 2 class per week a special summer rate 10 Complete Register your child new or summer dance fun Mayfair Academy of Fine arts 754 e. 76th i �-81 1 >fcfcfc�9d/�ii4i flout Quot a a Salute to Progress will be the theme of the fifth annual Tea hell by the sixth Ward democratic organizations women a auxiliary sunday 3 ., in the grand ballroom 6331 s. Cottage Grove ave. Each of 22 tables will be decorated in Honor of an out standing official of the City state county or Federal government. Highlighting the afternoon activities will be a fashion show. Smiling Here Are some of the models who will participate. Seated left to right mrs. Veronica Mcmahan 7213 s. Evans mrs. Lavenia Wilkes 7543 s. Langley miss Joan Green 6157 1/2 s. Indiana mrs. Mary Maddox 6333 so Kim bark mrs. Barbara Larriu 6849 s. Dorchester mrs. Margaret Clay fashion director 7341 Vernon. Standing left to right mrs. Lorraine Gaston 7231 s. Langley mrs. Bar Bara Sylvain 7518 s. Ingleside mrs. Juanita height 938 Elt 76th St. Mrs. Ethlyn Tenort 7129 s. St. Lawrence mrs. Rosie Anderson 7445 s. Langley and mrs. Charlene Cox 7123 s. St. Lawrence. Mrs. Ola Muirhead is president of the women a auxiliary and mrs. Virginia Garrett is general chairman of the Tea. Also deferred at the wednesdays meeting was the recommendation that the use of eight classrooms at Tilden technical High school 4747 s. Union ave., for a daytime Branch of Wilson Junior College be Dis a continued. Deferred for a second time was supt. Willis recommendation to authorize adjustments of High school facilities. Willis reported to the Board that the adjustments were needed to pro a vide for the estimated increase of 19.000 students from septem Ber 1962 to 1963. Drum Ait id Bugle if valuable Coupon 1 Dupont Lucite Wall paint �88 a Gay. 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Automatically Kodak i instamatic 100 camera the boys will soon be blowing their bugles and beating the Drums because of the efforts of the cent Trai Englewood youth services drum and Bugle corp committee. The group held a Benefit Tea to Purchase More equipment for the boys last sunday shown Here Are left to right Willie l. Pittman 6530 s. Green St., president of the Central Engle Wood youth service James Mitchell 6522 s. Green St., Tea chairman mrs. Daisy Picquett 6437 s. Sangamon committee president and mrs. Artra Nell Mosley 6601 s. Racine recording Secretary. Testa you fully against this. Your name and the receivers name Are always listed. You always get a receipt. Your currency Exchange keeps All this information on file. 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Naomi Hughes Best 8158 s. Eberhart president of the Dixon school a to will pre j Side at a teachers luncheon today in St. Stephens lutheran Church 8500 s. Maryland. This will be mrs. Bests last official duty Asp to president. Two Dixon teachers miss Mary o Connor 8th Grade and miss Grace Hall 1st Grade will be presented with certificates of Merit. Dixon a new president will be mrs Burion Brooks 447 e. 79th St. Grand opening special Concord station 71st amp Indiana this Coupon Worth a a a a he More Purchase of gasoline grease or Oil change Ofir void after i i o a it hear clearly again with discriminator introductory Price 20 hear but not understand the discriminatory ear Mold by Monotone could be the answer to your problem. Even if you Are presently wearing a hearing Aid the new discriminator May increase the clarity of sounds and speech. Clinical tests prove that a common Type of nerve loss needs extra hearing help to separate a a lows sounds from a High Quot sounds. 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