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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 24, 1965, Chicago, Illinois A broader View a a hone talk with Young militant Twenty from area to get . Degrees Gilbert by Zack Gilbert the voice was warm but intense. It came by one the other night a midwestern accented voice tured but not effeminate deep with concern. A a in a e to speak to or. Zack Gilbert a a a in be been Reading your column a broader new and in spite of your verbal t Tuo sity. I am unimpressed. Art is ight in its place but i always be be in first things first. Why done to u write something about the Ead and butter issues there Are by pertinent issues at Large and Annot see Why you remain aloof iting about something the masses re Little or nothing i explained to him the Best i uld that this was my assignment e purpose of my column. There e other competent writers with e bulletin who express themselves quite Ade lately on these other things of importance. My re urse is to remain faithful to my format music erasure Art the theatre Etc. A Bull a he said his voice hot with passion. I am ined a dark militant face twisted with anger dark own eyes ablaze. A Why should you be the escapist e evader of fact. People would like to hear How you and on these things pertinent like the recent Boycott in occupancy Benjamin Willis Daley the White wer Structure that a obvious i told him. In be never been known a conservative. I done to think there Are Many of rant sensitive negroes around who Are not suppers of the most extreme elements of the civil rights movement. Regardless of what the phony White liberals d the upper Middle class negro compromises say out pushing this thing too hard and too fast ill go Ong with anything Active the real participants Are ing and that includes the recent school Boycott. Al Ough the results were More psychological than fac Al the Over All effects were Good and meaningful anything to dramatize and focus attention on these Ings that Are in need of change. To be perfectly Frank id rather for my readers know that the likes of mrs. Green is a tool for mayor Aley Ben Willis and the White Power Structure than know the difference Between an ode and an epigram d also rather for them to know that congressman Awson during All of his Long tenure has actually done is than Charles Chew to help alleviate our Peoples Rable conditions than to know the difference be Een a Goya and a Picasso. Sure i wholeheartedly ree with you that the arts Are unimportant when the it is unpaid and the family needs food. As you say St things first the conversation went on and on and after almost hour of kicking the verbal Gong around in Many was of importance the Young Man finally said a a in mad you Are one of us. Of course i had my doubts at St but now i know where you stand and i am glad. A Are no compromised. I be surprised to quote you out there with Dick Gregory one Day. In fact would like i promised him that any Day now he May see me it there with the doers. Alone i Felt Small inadequate in my present role a writer. I thought of the poem of tribute to mrs. Iola Gregg Liuzzo id written for the june Issue of euro digest. I thought of the Many times around ars and at parties How i had expounded about these Ocial injustices that Are malignant in our society. As irs. Liuzzo said a there were just too Many people who Are just sitting around As the Young any said what we need Are doers. How about you ? Road to Victory 99 Twenty area students received degrees last saturday from the University of Illinois Urbana in annual commencement exercises held in the Assembly Hall of the downstate Campus. The 20 were among 3,586 students who participated in the ceremonies. Of that number 2,569 received bachelors degrees and 1,016 received and Vance degrees. Guest speaker for the commencement was or. Leland j. Haworth director of the National science foundation Washington . Honorary degrees were presented to Haworth Herman Krannert chairman of the Board of the Inland Container corp., Indianapolis Harold Lasswell professor of Law and political science Yale University and Joseph Tykociner research professor of electrical engineering emeritus at the school. Zillini achievement awards association were presented to William Karnes president of a Chicago food company and George Halas owner coach of the Chicago bears football team. Among those area residents receiving degrees were june Ann Jordan 6050 Champlain master of social work Valerie Francis Baker 8415 Michigan Bachelor of arts Raoul Jeffrey Davion 7634 Calumet Bachelor of science Ronald Eugene Kennedy 723 e. 90th pl., Bachelor of arts Henry Lynn Mcdowell 9406 St. Lawrence Bachelor of science Eugene Brendon Moriarty 708 e. 88th St., Bachelor of arts John Edward Sullivan 8600 Wabash Bachelor of arts Russell Glenn Deyoung 8056 Ada Bachelor of Fine arts Ronald Fletcher gee 8009 Princeton master of social work James Joseph Hopkins 8329 Elizabeth Bachelor of science Michael William Manning 8851 Carpenter Bachelor of science Russell James Maxwell 9052 Loomis Bachelor of science James Deloyd Mcghee 9311 Perry Bachelor of science Pamela Ayres Milchrist 8921 Justine Bachelor of science Dale Edward Page 9401 Laflin Bachelor of science and Thomas l. Mcleary 131 e. 59th St., Bachelor of science. Others who received degrees were Betty Ann Bolden 6838 area three graduate cop school three area residents were among 21 Chicago patrolmen to graduate from the Chicago police Academy last Friday. Homer Palmer 8111 Peoria Earl Nevels 7133 Champlain and Anderson Yancy jr., 6132 Bishop received their graduating certificates from police superintendent o. W. Wilson. The ceremony was held in the fifth floor Annex auditorium at 1111 state St. It marked the completion of a 13-week training program at the police Academy. This was the third recruit patrolman class to graduate this year. Moth roofing on everything we cum Rhodes cleaners 514 e. 79th St. Ret Rhodes 4 Eberhert bulletin want ads pay the Berkley furniture company at 65 34 Ila lated has a Winner on its hand. The Winner is a team of Young men known to All As the Berkley phils. Although they Are not in the big league other teams recognize the phils As they sport a record of 2-0. The phils play their next game tomorrow. They will play the West Lawn jets at Lindplom Park 59th and Damen at 3 . Saturday they will tangle with the cards on the same Field. Sporting their new uniforms Are from left to right seated Michael rates and John Stewart. Second Row William Lane Samuel Davis Gleen Steward Earl Gordon and James Brown. Third Row Jim Peterson manager Lawrence Goodman team manager Marvin w Inston Paul Herron. I aude Baker Roscoe Wilson jr., Nathaniel Momon Jim Taylor youth detach worker Lenzy Battle coach Oliver Gleason asst. Mgr. Back Row Larry Stovall Samuel Kennedy and Charles Jenkins. Wig Sale planned for Wieboldt Smorris Heiberg of Wieboldt to department store w. 63rd and s. Green sts., welcomes the arrival of or. Sturkie the internationally famous wig stylist from Sweden. Or. Sturkie an outstanding stylist of fashion Tress wigs will be at the local fashion and fantasy styling is styling to the person is of utmost importance. With the tendencies of hair styles going soft and casual he especially likes to style in this fashion although for those second wigs and special occasions he feels that store on july 2 and july 3, in conjunction with a fabulous fashion Tress promotion. Or. Sturkie has won numerous trophies and travels extensively throughout the country bringing his fashionable styling to countless women. He particularly stresses the fact that wigs should be in a very natural mood and feels that fitting the Lowe Bachelor of arts Raymond Donald Fullman 447 w. 60th pl., Bachelor of science George William Grider 443 w. 62nd St., Bachelor of science Diane Marie Kinnard 158 w. 74th St., Bachelor of science Charles Roy Lawson 5609 Green Bachelor of science and Joseph a Nett Smith 6940 Peoria master of science. Fine. The week of june 28 through july 3 Marks the week of fashion promotion with a Beautiful assortment of pre styled wigs personally styled by or. Sturkie. A color and on fashion Tress wigs will appear in life Magazine. Ads will also be in Vogue harpers Bazaar and Ebony. Many wigs will be on display in the millinery department on the second floor at Wieboldt a store. For this event the fashion Tress wigs will be specially Sun. Priced at $149 with lighter shades slightly higher. This Wil include the personalized styling of or. Sturkie and a wig Case and Block. The pre styled wigs will be on display starting june 28 and remain through saturday july 3, with or. Sturkie in person on july 2 and 3 to assist All customers who want his advice. Miss Emma Wieboldt a regular stylist is available at All times and will personally fit All of the pre styled wigs. Your doctor recommends us your friends recommend us our contemporaries recommend us our competitors recommend us Why because we Hove the medicines because we have the service because we have the Square Deal try us and you will recommend us too Charles t. O Brien pharmacy 701 East 79th St. Phone 783-0234 your health is our business watch your heart the heart works harder in hot humid weather to keep body temperatures Normal the Chicago heart association reminds you. Ease its work by avoiding exercise or exertion in the hot know your child s Reading ability professional diagnostic Reading service remedial Reading Albert Pratt or. Amp associates 210s i. 71st St. 667-3915 or do 3-5092 evenings mondays tuesdays thursdays fridays 5-9 . Saturdays to a.m.-2 . Other hours by appointment play Craft Day Camp boys and girls. Ages 5 to 12 i to 8 weeks of fun june 28th thru aug. 20th a 8 weeks All 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 both our parking lots have uniformed attendants the one on Woodlawn and the one at 6243 University. Both Are directly connected with the Bank. Park and walk in. 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