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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 12, 1969, Chicago, Illinois A Lillie something extra Quot demonstrating his pledge to give the Hest in service and a a Little extra Austin Magee proved both wednesday March 12, when he initiated a wednesday special a double stamp Day a at austins Standard service sit ii a cottage Grove st3-9053. Magee and his Wile Hazel Are partners at the station and have won Many friends and influenced Manx More to a expect More from Standard and you get exempting this is his wednesday a double Stamps innovation which Magee declares he will continue each wednesday As Long As his customers justify it. Pile first wednesdays tryout was most Gratifying As attested to by his Broad smile As an eager customer reaches for his double Stamps Magee estimated that upwards to 500 customers went away Happy with double Stamps from to books Loon to a Book Given away last wednesday. Customers expressed themselves equally gratified by Magee so a Little something extra a at Austin s Standard located strategically at the Northeast Corner Al Sti ii and cottage. Children choir Tours to spark enrichment programs \ Chicago a mime is choir concert team of boys and girls aged to to 15 recruited from diverse economic cultural and racial backgrounds will tour the mid Atlantic states from Friday March 21 to Friday Mardi 28 the team. Directed by musical director Christopher Moore of the first unitarian Church 5650 Woodlawn and two assistant directors or. Ivy Beard and or. Mona id Isaac will sing concerts for the Benefit of fair housing programs in Morristown and Summit and concerts in new Haven. Conn to help provide impetus tor the establishment of a cultural enrichment program for new Haven inner City schools. T11k choir is jointly sponsored by the first a Nita in Church it Chicago and by Urban gateways a citizen s corporation that offers cultural enrichment programs this highly liquid Bank is a Haven for people who like yourself seek the safest possible place for your savings dollars South for some fifty inner City schools. Urban gateways receives major support from the Chicago committee on Urban Opportunity. Its choral program provides training for youngsters in seven schools in three neighbourhoods including Woodlawn. The most promising voices from these units receive appointments to hic concert choir where they join with other youngsters from tic first unitarian Church and the Hyde Park Kenwood Community to form the Hundred voice Chicago children a choir there Are 350 boys and girls in training units of the choir. Chabus Burns now assistant manager of the new Haven symphony orchestra hut in 1962 one of several chicagoan who founded the Urban gateways program has arranged tor the choirs appearance in new Haven to help in the establishment of a similar project in that town. The choir will sing for audiences of school children and in formal concert Iii Sprague Hall on the Yale Campus on tuesday. March 25. Other scheduled concerts on the tour Are in Trenton. N. J. And Iii Bridgeport and Hartford Conn the youngsters will relax from their concert schedule by sightseeing in new York particularly at the United nations and at the reconstructed ship building and sailing town of Mystic seaport Conn. His most it Kuk it a pea ranges Iii Chicago of concert teams from the Chicago children s choir have Ihmi on a Chicago festival program for a Tow on Christmas ave 1968, and As the Gingerbread children in the St. Paul opera associations production of Hansel and Gretel at the auditorium theatre. December 19-22. Their next concert appearance Here w ill be on March 30at 5 30 pm when they sing the Palm sunday concert for metropolitan Community Church 4100 Martin Luther King drive. They Are children s choir by Louh Chicago symphony orchestra. Shout Mem bars making the mid Atlantic states tour form a new concert team of the choir Many of whom have never toured before. Concert Tours provide a valuable seasoning experience for the youngsters in which they mature personally As Well As musical la. Wmk Iii Bosch academic huskies a Loleta Booker Darryl Depriest Theodore seals and Kathleen Rice who met Tinley Park High school in a recent prep Bow l on Channel 32 will return for a re match in april. The time and the Date Are to be announced later mrs. T. J. Williams sponsor a this month at Hiresh a told the bulletin. The huskies who made a Fine showing earlier this month were backed up in a close decision by Many Hirsch sympathizers w to Felt that they should have been declared the Winner. However one of their questions was disallowed by the judges. After a review of the i amp i n specials a % permanents f tints streaking i $2<>o off i National Bank 1180 e. 63rd / Call 363-4000 member i c. I with this Coupon i miss Murray i operator f i hair weave i covers baldness on male or female 10% discount with Coupon Wiss Bill prop. Princess Beauty Salon 1017 East 63rd St phone 752-9311 Hirsch to upturn to to bowl tapes their coach mrs. Nellie Anderson and the members of the team agreed to accept the decision of the judges As one must do in the world of Good sportsmanship even when it hurts. But potential challengers watch out is their rallying cry this time. The huskies have had a Little experience not to mention badly wounded Pride. They say there won t be any doubts next time. Dark Manor has Center for skills cd in Progress at the congregational Church of Park Manor 7000 King dr., is the Park Manor Center for skills under the sponsorship of the Urban crisis commission. Additional training will be available to those who successfully Complete the first training project. There is no tuition charge. All tools and equipment will be provided for the trainees who must be 16 years of age and older. Some adults will be included the instructor Everett m. Renfroe advised. Those desiring further information May Call Renfroe up 5-0075 or Rev. Ronald Roberts at the Church office a 4-4700. A bring this and with you wig King saves you priced wholesale to Public tues. March 18, 1969 Woodlawn Booster sell tvs Call up a a wiglets s650 amp up Falls 37% also visit our free Beauty Center while you shop All Beauty masque amp make up free no one beats our prices limited Opfer while they last 24 hour phoned 6310 so Kimbark ave. My 4-2188j pc dec a a a a a sounding out a Call for volunteers the Southside parents of the mentally handicapped headquartered at 548 e. 89 Are presently making plans Lur their first easter egg Hunt for mentally handicapped children youth and adults. 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