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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 28, 1964, Chicago, Illinois A a a institutional ame to stage 2 women a Day programs it a \ i High and dry a boating mishap could leave you Quot High and dry Quot financially and spoil your fun this season. An if Etna casualty a fall risks4 pleasure boat policy provides coverage for Many costly perils including fire theft collision and windstorm. Check with us. Richard e. Jones insurance Agency 7905 a cottage Grove suite 209 a 4-3739 Miu casualty my san tar conf for a Mem annual women a Day will be held at greater institutional ame Church 7800 Indiana at ii . Anri 4 pm. Sunday May 31. Or. Margaret Smith Field rep recent Active of the Baptist foreign Mission Bureau will be the guest speaker for the morning worship miss Edna Williams Lyric Soprano and recipient of the John Hay Whitney Fellowship award and other awards and miss Melva Williams dramatic Reader who halt performed in the Lead role of a a medea at Roosevelt University and recently played the Lead role a women a chorus under in a the Blacks,�?T1 will appear in tin a lir Rcman of mrs. Juanita Heg concert at 4 . F Wood will be featured. Mrs. Yvon a chairmen for this occasion Are be dolby Lindsey will appear As mrs Vivien Cornelius and mrs. Guest organi�4. And mrs Queenie Evelyn l. Miller. Or. Roy l. Dav it a a it in Miller a it pastor. Register now summer term classes begin on june 22, 1964 secretarial a business administration data processing teenage typewriting classes begin on july 6, 1964 comfortably air conditioned Cortez w. Peters business College 110 East 79th Street he 8-3800 i Church notes bulletin want ads pay bulletin want ads pay Tiene tit huddle ticks a Volf \ members of the 6th Ward regular Deni or ratio organization met recently at the Ward Headquarters 6342 cottage Grove to plan for the organization forthcoming annual Tea which will he held at the grand ballroom 6351 cottage Grove on sunday afternoon june 14, 3 to 7 . The affair entitled Tea internationale will raise funds for a Christmas party for children of the Ward. Each table will represent a different country. Twenty three countries will he represented at the Tea. Discussing plans Are left to right mrs. Julia Ross 6740 Calumet co chairman mrs Annie Bennett 6315 Champlain chairman and mrs. Margarel Clay 7341 Vernon fashion coordinator. Chatham Fields lutheran Church Chatham Fields lutheran Church 81st and st. Lawrence will hear its pastor Rev. La Nance a Boseck preach the Sermon. A youth driving toward the Heights a on this sunday at both worship services 8 15 . And 10 45 . The churches sunday Bible school meets every sunday in the year Ait 9 30 .�?with classes for Little ones for older children and for adults. J begin mime with its a festival banquet on sunday june 7, the congregation of Chatham Fields will keep the sacred Days of its a Silver anniversary.�?T4 there Wijt be an a anniversary choir concert on wednesday june 10, at 7 45 . The a anniversary worship hours will take place on sunday june 14. The Rev. Or. Bert win l. Frey president of the English District in the lutheran Church Missouri Synod will be the festival preacher both at 8 15 . And Ait 10 45 . Service for the scholars of Tihe Church s sunday Bible school is service for which fit is Hood scheduled for 9 30 at 7 45 . On the 14th, a amp Tor Boseck will Lead a special worship former members will return to that Bhe present members of he Church can meet and Greet them. Serm0nette gods self revelation Hod reveals himself in the Bible As one god yet three persons father son. And holy ghost. Two things need Clear ing a Way first if Man could fit god into his Little mind then Man s mind would be greater than god second god did not reveal himself merely to give self styled intellectuals a subject for pompous discussion. Only the naive could imagine that Man could Ever wrap god up in philosophical tissue paper and tie him up with ribbons of trite though High sounding pronouncements. By gods self revelation in the Bible he shows himself As one god in three persons. The deep and divine purpose is to hold before honest men the wonder of divine love. Man is to Sec this divine love clearly therefore it is shown to him in terms of the love of god the father Christma the love of god the son Good Friday and the love of god the holy ghost Pentecost. More than that Man is to understand divine love not in its essence but to the Point of recognizing that this love of god is altogether sufficient for Man s Hopo and salvation is precisely what Man needs for his sin shackled condition. The three persons father son and holy ghost Are not three gods but Only one. Even so there Are not three loves of god but Only one one total Exive of god by which sinners Are welcomed As redeemed children and Given the precious gift of eternal life beginning now. In mrs Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8100 st. Lawrence a 3-2660 Rev. Laurance a. Bosecke minister sunday Bible school 9 30 .-divine worship 8 15 . And 10 45 . Eph Phatha deaf congregation worship 11 . Rev. Leroy w. Mason Antioch Mission iry of Loti to 415 w. Engel Wood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 . A worship 10 45 . Prayer meeting a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . Daily 9 30 . Amp 11 33 . Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 76th to 4-8310 Oswald p. Bronson minister Sun. School 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . Kelly methodist 4953 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . A a a a a Maryland ave. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3-0 77 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . And 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd he 3-3635 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 .-worship 10 55 Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet st 3-7776 Norman a. Nelsons Paster sunday school amp Bible classes 9 3b ., worship 9 30 a 11 . St. Augustine s pro Cathedral . S831 s. Indiana no 7-8055 a. Duncan Hinkson. sunday school a 9 30 . Low mass a 8 . High mass a 11 . A a a a a Emerald Avenue presbyterian 6701 s. Emerald he 7-0223 Rev. Clyde Allison pastor Rev. Harvey v. Praniang asst pastor Church school 9 30 .�?morning worship 11 . A a a a a st. Mark s evangelical lutheran my s. Langley a 3-8 3. Ray l. Forstrom pastor sunday school 9 30 .�?family worship 9 30 amp 11 . A a a a a Bray Temple me 7300 s. Greenwood 324-0445 o. L. Naylor pastor Church school 9 30 .�?worship 11 . Prayer meeting thursday s . A a a a a mount Carmel . 4159 s. Ada st. I 6-3232 t. C. Ugh foot sr., Church school 9 15 .�?worship 11 . Prayer meeting wednesdays 7 45 . St. Peter lutheran Church amp elementary school 7400 s. Michigan to 4-0840 Howard a. Foard pastor a education for time amp eternity Quot sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . Counselling by appointment it it it it it Shiloh seventh Day adventist 7002 s. Michigan a 4-7700 elder s. D. Meyers Sabbath school 9 30 . Morning service 11 . A a a a a st. John .e. 6201 s. Throop a 5-3705 David e. Readye minister Sun. School 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . A a a a a st. Stephen s evangelical lutheran 8500 s. Maryland a 3-5792 Harry s. Andersen pastor sunday school 9 30 . Morning worship 10 45 . St. Stephen s lutheran 910 w. 65th to 3-5871 Edgar r. Pflugk pastor Sun. School 9 15 . Morning worship 10 30 . A a a a a Bethlehem covenant presbyterian Church 7300 s. Maryland he 3-2359 Rev. Lynward Stevenson pastor sunday school 9 30 . Morning worship 11 . Attended Nursery during worship a a a a a Emmanuel Community 7158 s. Champlain no 7-5992 Rev. Damon v. Seabrooks pastor sunday school 10 30 . Worship 11 15 . In god u-6 put our rust. In Ihu Community give our service Elk a i by riving to Mill humanity spirit Billy and morally it it to it Commonwealth Community 4 local flu Menacof Felho Phlp Quot 140 we 81 of 173.2077 Dorthy l Sutton Branch Church school 9 30 .�?divine worship 11 . Junior it senior Church a simultaneously sunday Vesper a s . A 4 . Meditation i Fellowship a Fri. 7 . All Welcome st. George episcopal 847 e. 76th st 3-3641 Rev. William w. Bali father Church school 9 30 . Sunday masses b . By 10 . Sung Vincent methodist 657 e. 91st place i 6-6020 Rev. Phillip i. Saunders pastor Rev. Bruce Christie asst Paster Church school 9 4s . Worship 11 . Nursery facilities available it it it it it our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3.5566 Bev. Mil on gun Dekman pastor sunday school 9 30 . Warship 10.4 . Holy Angel spiritual 6507 s. Hoisted 783-9219 Rev. James Jordan Quot Paster sunday school 10 .�?worship 11 . Sunday evening worship 8 . Bible class wednesday. 8 . Candle Light services Friday 8 . Chatham Fields lutheran Marks 25th anniversary a it ii ii Iii Miksen to Day Camp a special event marking the 25th anniversary of Chatham Fields lutheran Church will to staged at Chatham Myca 1021 e.63rd sunday june 7 at 4 . The pastor Rev. Laurence to Iseck will also be honoured for his 25 years of service at the institution. The Rev. Boseck has been the Only pastor since the Church was founded in a store front june 13. 1939. A graduate of Concordia College at Milwaukee wis., and con Cordia Seminary st. Louis mo., the minister has achieved an outstanding record of service to the Community bringing the Church and its membership from an Humble beginning to a Beautiful Structure which is the Pride of the area. The Rev. And mrs. Boseck and their daughter Joan reside in the parsonage at 8100 st. Lawrence next to the Church. The anniversary event is expected to attract a Large gathering Travis praises Robbins As a Cinderella suburbs to pay respects to the beloved pastor who has Given continuous outstanding service. A charter member of the institution said a Prev. Boseck is an Humble dedicated Man of god who practices what he preaches. Hades will not get Many men with whom he has had Contact. His spirit is Felt outside of the Church. He is a Good Chatham Fields conducts an in Teresing Community program with it special emphasis on youth. 1 swimming cookouts Croft Volley Boll Etc. Trip Day museum zoo beginning june 29th 8 big weeks children Ages 4-7 for information 779-0722 Call .11 a 1i1iii11iiim Robbins 111.,has become the Cinderella suburb of metropolitan Chicago according to real-,1 list Dempsey j. Travis. Founded in 1892, the Community a history began during 1917 at the time of the first worlds War. For the next 23 years the Village was thought of As a a Shack city1 by Many of those j who visited Robbins Only for the purpose of being entertained at the old Apex Nuht spot or the Golden Lily fair grounds. J today Robbins can boast of some of the Best housing in the country occupied by negroes. In 1956, it gained the distinction of becoming the first Community in the United states to be designated As an Urban renewal area. Since that time Robbins has built 425 new Homes in the pc pc i a. Ltd a Lincoln Manor development 60j in Maxey court and 173 in. J a st., is a former president of the Dearborn real estate Board and the Chicago Branch a act. He resides at 8001 Champlain. Fancy decorated cakes wedding cakes Amber bakery 8246 cottage Grove to 4-6777 open 5 . At confab summer amp fall registration now being accepted summer session begins june 29th, 1964 ends August 21st, 1964 fall term begins sept. 18th, 1964 mrs. Madora Marshall director Chatham Avalon Nursery school amp kindergarten Quot dedicated to parents who care Quot 26 East 79th st. St 3-2357 m. My a a 5? Robbins Park. There Are also 258 new duplexes 47 single dwellings and 100 Public housing units in the area. Its Pou lation is 12,000. Prices of new housing Range from $11,000 to a Quarter of a million dollars for single occupied residence. According to Travis a the Crown of the Cinderella suburb is the new Golden acres estates which will when completed have Over 125 deluxe Homes ranging in Price from $18,000 to $70,000. It is already 50 per cent completed with Hometown u a ers from Prairie shores Lake la of Fig i Laip Meadows Chatham Park Man v,11vu or and various other sections rt1 o a t a of the mid South Side. 1 o 5111 j11110 d or. T. Manuel Smith above 9256 Michigan was among the More than 500 Myca leaders who attended the recent annual meeting of they a National Council in Detroit. Mich. Or. Smith a member of the metropolitan Chicago Board of managers is also a vice president of the National Council. The income Range per family is from $8,000 to $45,000� their occupations Range from artists to air line pilots from Public school teachers to principals and from a i cultural engineers _ a a to chemical specialists and of w0 flu offer a vane p1-0&Quot skilled workers. I Gram of spirituals sacred and Travis is president of the popular music. Travis realty co., 414 e. 47th wil1 be the first Spring Quot Park Manor Christian concert of recent3y opened is your child a poor Reader the Advance Reading clinic s summer school classes can and will raise Levels and provide instruction in Reading comprehension Roto it Speed tests phonics word attack word moaning arithmetic Basie facts All skills word problems 1st 10h grades spelling vocabulary composition dictionary skills other skills English Oral skills better study habits the choir of the Dulles elementary school will be presented in concert at 7 30 ., Friday june 5, in the school auditorium 6311 Calumet. A Large mixed choir composed 9 years experience a we get results a Board of education teachers a very Small classes 10 per teacher a very Low tuition a payment plan free standardized Reading and arithmetic testing for information i after Call a 3-7794 5 . A Salt a 1-1 a a accepted school locations registration limited a Call today 809 e. 42nd i. Leroy l. Johnson director judge Mark e. Jones will be the guest speaker at Park Manor Christian Church 600 e. 73rd st., Dulles school. The event is being sponsored to Foster cultural development among pupils and to present a phase of the educational june 5, at 8 . The Christian program to the Community. Menus Fellowship is attempting to raise funds to Send ten or More boys and girls to a Chi rho Camp. Youngsters attending the affair will receive autographs of White sex Ball players. Ellis l. Jordan 9335 Eberhart Edward Manley choir director said a the months of hard work spent in preparing for a Beautiful and varied program were Well Worth the the children in the choir represent the area near Dulles school president of the Fellowship an Manley said a and their Enthus bounced Quot fathers and sons will Siam is shown in their Fine co certainly want to share this event i operation in the Many hours of each father is invited to bring Earnest practice. His 60n or a relatives or Megji Bov it Block party set Jordan added a your guest 0 in a speaker is Well qualified to Point 101 7t>rcl�?1 <0110 out the Way to a better family life., 73rd and Peoria Block his work in family court is presenting its first annual Superb Tea and fashion show sunday. Tickets to this event May be i june 7 at 3 30 . In the 7300 secured at the Church of lice 600 Block of Peoria. E. 73rd st. From Harvey r president of the organization is Thomas 8241 Michigan and from Albert Simmons general chair Ellis l. Jordan 9335 Eberhart Man is mrs. Carrie Duncan and the donation Tor do i is $1 50, and publicity chairman mrs. Ruth Tor Junior $1 a. Thompson. Sonny s snack shop open undo new manage mint 522 e. 71st st. . Open daily 7 . Midnight food favourites half Chicken q with Colt Slaw amp French Fries w 5c 21 shrimps in the Basket with Cole Slaw amp French Fries $ 09 vex club Steak with lettuce and Tomato. �?zu.8 5c French Fries Small Large i0c15� hamburgers 2 in afternoon special Golden Orange juice drink 10

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