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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 16, 1961, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin. Thursday. Marcia Ira Ioni is St. Jude a police hold triple fete the Chicago policy Branch of St Jude league will hold a Triplicate Celebration March 17, 8 ., in St. Jude Hall 221 w Madison St. The occasion will he the 29th anniversary party of the found ing of the St. Jude police Branch. Officers for the coming year will be installed a Large birthday cake Cut and a St. Patrick a Day party with a special program of Irish entertainment will by held. The St. Jude police Branch is a member of the Chicago archdiocesan Council of Catholic men recently formed by Albert Cardinal Meyer archbishop of Chicago. South owners to be installed is vice presidents Are capt. Frank Reynolds. Stockyards police District capt. Michael Delaney 8030 s. Constance five capt Kinzie Blueitt 8410 s. Indiana ave. And capt. Joseph Ganev. 9416 s Bell ave. Dot. William of Brien. 11317 s. Indiana ave., will be installed Fis treasurer l t. Michael Leahy 7548 s. Lowe ave., As recording Secretary. On the entertainment committee for the anniversary party Are sgt. Edmund j. A win 643 w. 43rd pm. Fannie Cavanaugh 7746 s. Luella ave. And sgt. John Burke 7755 s. Sangamon to. On the executive committee a re capt. William Ryan 8122 s. Wood St it. John l. Sullivan 8532 s. Justine St sgt. John Boreczky 2827 w. 84th St. Sgt. Thomas Zang. 9410 s. Throop St. Sgt. Vincent Burke 11342 s. Avenue a and det. Martin Walsh 8009 s. May St Thomas f. Mclnerney. 6557 s. Laflin St. Is in charge of Public relations. Rev. Patrick j. Me Olin f. Of the immaculate of Mary Church 45th St. And e. Ashland ave., is chaplain. Cd Homor Winn thug mrs. Thelma Carrier 8012 s. Prairie ave., accepts 9x12 Rug she won Iti a raffle saturday. Ronnie Shlifka. Manager left foreground and Harry Bloom left background owner of pretty Penny super Mart 303 e. 79th si., present Rug. Pretty Penny clerks look on. Cadet awarded efficiency Honor sgt James Carter. Civil air patrol Cadet in Washington Park Squadron was recently awarded an efficiency certificate during a special ceremony in Ogden Park fieldhouse 6500 s. Racine ave. According to major Theodore Ford Squadron commander. 7515 s Yale ave., Carter is the second negro Cadet in the history of Cap to be Given such High honors. It col Harold Tauffner of the civil air patrol division presented the Honor. Last Vear similar award was made to sgt Alexander Box 6125 s. Ellis ave. Carter a senior in Corpus Christ High school was required to Complete seven training manuals which included subject matter on Cap and aah military Courtesy discipline of the air age. Problems of air Power meteorology and navigation education or for the International Cadet Exchange program take top award % % schedule Isett courses for . To College series nine courses will be included in Chicago teachers College Spring to College series Tele Vised Over facilities of a Tow Channel 11. They Are Elemen tary French history of the american people from 1865 Shakespeare physical science social science descriptive astronomy fundamentals of account ing the american Public school and overview of human relations Chicago teachers College be pulitzer poetess recites on radio miss Gwendolyn Brooks 7428 s. Evans ave., author and 1950 pulitzer prize Winner appeared recently on the a Wax museum a fat pm which featured her poetic works. Miss Brroks was interviewed by studs Terkel. Who discussed selections from her prize winning Book a Annie and her publications. A a Sti get in and the a bean eaters Quot set Good Friday bakery Sale on Good Friday the Ada f. Mckinley Guild will have a Benefit bakery Sale at Stephens pharmacy 503 e. 61st St. Home baked goods including hot Cross buns will be available from 10 . Until 5 Free Coffee will be Given to customers who Purchase More than one Dollar Worth of merchandise. For orders or information Call at 5-5142. Proceeds from the Sale will be donated to the Ada f. Mckinley Community House require wait on Security benefits a claimant usually is required to wait a reasonable length of time before receiving his first social Secu Ity Check says mar Jan p Staniec. District manager of the social Security officer at 8800 s. Stony Island ave. Individuals filing for old age and survivors insurance benefits must expect the social Security office to take a minimum amount of time to pay the initial claim. Staniec said his office frequently makes awards which Over a period time May total $30 000 or More in benefits. When such Large sums Are involved the social Security administration must be thorough in assuring individuals Are entitled to payments. Claimants can help considerably to reduce the waiting period if they inquire in Advance of filing and bring the evidence required to establish the claim. Appointment Louis. Schwartz jr., 8220 s. Maryland ave., recently was appointed career foreign service officer by the state department Schwartz will prepare for his i overseas assignment in the foreign service Institute Arlington. A. Graduated from it. Carmel High school in 1952, he received a masters degree from Loyola last Vear. Ban in the fall of i960 to offer an education course on to College to its students since then enrolment jumped some 599 students and 652 course registrations. A total of 2,517 students Are taking 3,628 courses in the cur rent Junior College television serie As compared with 1,320 students enrolled in 2,138 courses during the Spring semester of a year ago. This is a full time equivalent of 742 students. Enrolment figures of to College the television Branch of the Chicago Junior College show an increase of 91 in individual registration and a 41 or course increase Over the Spring enrolment of 1960, or. Beniamin c. Willis general superintendent of schools reported. This is the first year students with credits beyond the Junior College level have been Able to take advantage of the television courses for credit. Sgt. James Carter right. Civil air patrol Cadet in Washington Park Squadron accepts Cap efficiency award from col. Harold Tauffner Center of Cap As Squadron commander major Theodore Ford witnesses recent care Mon. The revolutionary new air conditioned Auto seat featuring the powerful circulate Blower fits cars and trucks plug into lighter no installation need scary operates on 6 or 12 Volt batteries Only 19 95 keeps you Cool Ano dry when driving Days St 3-195s nights he 3-5017 with two weeks As a Goodwill ambassador. Award possible As a civilian car Ter is now eligible for a $1,000 having attained the highest scholarship toward a College bulletin want ads pay m pretty Penny super Market 303 East 79th St. Corner Prairie ave. Hours Mon., tuts., w�d., Sot 9-9 thurs., fri., Sun. F-1 fresh frying chickens c la. Domino sugar 5-lb. Bag what will this change buy White potatoes this change ran buy the Down payment on the beginning of a brighter More secure future for you How put aside it our Small change every a it. Then each week or so Deposit it in an earning fully insured savings account Here. It it a it Ursa risks 4 col to isow now paying 41% on All savings accounts Carnation milk Chesterfield Ltd tool i Agueci Etino .8300 collage Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois phone Triangle 4-9300 Iva Pomti milk sat Ric Ricardo at our store ail Day sat., March 1c with free records announcing the opening of Salon originals the new exclusive shoe Salon featuring the finest footwear for discriminating men and Tomen. Crisp new exciting originals by the worlds outstanding stylists. Come visit our fabulous new store. And also see our distinctive collection of Spring accessories March 16tli, 17th and 18th you Are it invited to join us in the opening Celebration at 6410 South Halsted Street our new Englewood Salon featuring a the most fabulous footwear in the world99 a for women prices from. $15 to $125 a for the men prices from a $18 to $75 a costume jewelry a hand bugs a gloves a perfumes a hosiery now to addresses 6110 Soith Halsted Street �25 East 63rd St

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