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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 17, 1960, Chicago, Illinois Faul i thursday nov. It i960 Start first All negro Bond firm by Florence Emory bulletin staff writer two businessmen from this area have teamed up with another Well known South Side businessman to form the first negro investment firm in Illinois. The new investment firm is known As Hooper Bowers Hilliard inc., 765 a Oakwood blvd Drexel National Bank blvd and firm partner Are Nathan Bowers b635 South Park ave William h. Hilliard 7306 s. Vernon ave., and Earl Hopper Bowers is the owner of Bowers pharmacy 3800 w Ogden ave., and a member of Carter Temple me Church. He is affiliated with Chicago pharmacists. Colorado pharmaceutical and National pharmaceutical association. He is married to mrs. Roberta Bowers a clerical employee for Chicago Board of education and a music student at Roosevelt University. Hilliard is owner of Hilliard s drug store 3638 w. Ogden ave and a member of metropolitan Community Church. A member of Chicago pharmaceutical association he is a regional director of the National pharmaceutical association. He is married to mrs. Martha Hilliard who works in a supervisory capacity in the purchasing dept of the quartermaster corps. Earl Hooper is president of the newly organized firm. For the past five years Hooper was registered representative licensed securities Salesman in Chicago for Mcghee and co., of Cleveland. He resigned that position to form his own firm. The firm has received its necessary clearance from both Nash and Secretary of state Charles f. Carpenter and is equipped to offer general investment services. It plans initially to Clear its listed securities transactions through Cruttenden Podesta and co., the Chicago based member firm of the new York Stock Exchange. Churches Mark Seal Sabbath churches of All demonization in the Chicago area will Mark Christmas Seal Sabbath nov 20. On this Day announcements will be made from the pulpit reminding members of the congregations that tuberculosis still is a threat to the lives and health of americans. To took More lives in Chicago last year than traffic accidents. It is the number one contagious disease problem in the country. Letters and notices for bulletin boards have been sent to More than 2,700 churches asking their cooperation on Christmas Seal Sabbath. Churches across the nation join in this project to eliminate tuberculosis. Funds raised in the Christmas Seal Campaign which opened nov. 14, Are the sole support of the tuberculosis Institute of Chicago and Cook county. The Institute program includes Over a million free Chest a Ravs in communities and industries free tuberculin tests in schools Public and professional Educa Tion medical research and re a a by i it Ion of to patients. For fifty three years the tuberculosis association All Over tile country have spearheaded the fight against the disease pacing the steady decline of to deaths and new infectious cases. The bulletin 3ipdirul 4 Vii or is Illiam Rinir Parkway Laboratory and Parkway drive in pharmacy 108 e. Marquette re. Present Musicale Gustavus Adolphus lutheran Church women will present a Musicale at their regular monthly meeting. Tuesday nov. 22. In the Sanctuary at 7426 s. Drexel ave. At 8 . The artists featured will be mrs. Arthur boding. 3726 w. 113th St., at the Organ and mrs. Elmer e Swanson 7808 s. Colfax ave. At the piano. Election of officers will also be held. The beautifully modern Wiliams clinic Parkway laboratories and Parkway drive in pharmacy located at 408 e. Marquette rd., will hold official open House Celebration dec. 4 from 3 . To 7 . The health needs of the Community were too great to await an official open House Cerebra Ion. So the three doctors who built the new one Story Structure of reinforced steel Concrete and Brick Are receiving their patients there not. The doctors Are Jasper James and Charles Williams All Brothers and originally of Las Cruces new Mexico. Most modern in area this new Structure erected on a 180 by 125 feet lot and considered one of the most modern in the Chicago area is Able to service some 40.000 patient visits per year. The new medical facilities there offer a Ray and Laboratory facilities surgery medical doctors specialists and consultants As Well As the careful compounding of prescriptions by a registered pharmacist. The new clinic is managed by a staff of specialists or Charles Williams said some of whom will have private offices located elsewhere. The new air conditioned Structure has a spacious waiting room which looks out through Large Glass windows onto Marquette re. Its modern decor is carried through All Tho examining rooms doctors offices and throughout the carefully planned medical installation. Its equipment is the most modern to be found anywhere the clinic is designed to handle routine examinations quickly and thoroughly and As a medical group practice will be Able to provide a much needed service to patients who have health insurance. The clinic is designed to handle the acutely or the chronically ill patients and if hospitalization is required that will be arranged through specialists in the clinic who will be the patients personal physicians in the hospitals. There will be a two Way sax Ings to patients in reduced costs of medical and surgical care because of the group sharing o expenses and office facilities under one roof and Shorte stays in hospitals we Hen hospitalization is necessary because of More definitive care during initial visits. Special equipment the clinic contains such special equipment As a Culp scope an Ultra sound unit Collins re spirometer and a respiratory treatment unit including helium and intermittent positive pressure breathing and resuscitation unit. Special features of the clinic include a minor surgery operating room medical Laboratory emergency Industrial facilities parking lot and a High Fidelity sound system. The atmosphere of Williams clinic is Friendly Domestic and so intimate that it puts the patients at ease and keeps their needs and comforts uppermost in mind. The Parkway laboratories whose objective is the maximum service at the minimum Cost is staffed to perform chemical biological and a Ray services in its own quarters. It specializes in those tests which May be critical factors in confirming important Riisag est time consistent with accurate performance of the tests. Basic fees Basic fees Are presented. However the patients economic circumstances must be considered occasionally. Without the Aid of Laboratory tests Many patients condition would be misdiagnosed and therapy instituted ineffectively. This results in unnecessary prolongation of illness inability to earn a living not to mention misery All of which prove More expensive than Laboratory tests. Examples of some medical diseases in we hich Laboratory work is indispensable in their recognition Are mild diabetes mild hyper and hypothyroidism Early duodenal ulcer ear a cancer of the digestive tract tuberculosis syphilis pernicious anaemia and worm and amoeba infestations. Allx Ray and specialist work is done under the supervision of Board certified specialists. Inquiries concerning methods and references Are welcomed. I the Parkway drive in pharmacy is dedicated to compounding prescriptions with the utmost accuracy from the fresh est of highest Quality drugs sanctioned by the pure food and drug it act end at the least practicable Cost. This is an important Aid to a physicians management of an illness. The pharmacy offers also such sick room needs As rub Ber goods pharmaceuticals and biological. Just drive by and without leaving your car leave your prescription wait or re turn when it is convenient or the pharmacy will pick up your prescription and deliver the medication when it is prepared. It features prompt courteous service As its goal. I avoid death to Christmas parcels mail there is nothing sadder than death of a Christmas parcel. Returning life to a dead parcels Quot is a difficult postal duty and Success is realized in Only a very Small per cent of the cases. The death of a parcel May be caused by one of several things or a combination of them. One of the leading causes of parcel fatality is improper packaging. This is when a parcel does not have enough cushioning material to protect the gift inside or the Carton is not Strong enough and is crushed by the weight of other mail. Another cause of death to a parcel is unreadable addresses or return addresses. Although most experienced postal workers Are deciphering experts Itei ally thousands of parcels cannot be delivered because of illegible handwriting. During the year 1959 a total of 277,176 parcels were buried by the Chicago Post office through its auctions. Even More astonishing is the number of letters which Are interned in the dead letter Section. In 1959 a total of 3,190,597 letters never reached their destination. Why be Caus of illegible hand writing incorrect addresses and no return addresses. Area foil Siny ors to Valti Clia Buffington Ted Johnson Martin Yarbrough of 6214 s. Champlain ave., and Ella Jenkins of 727 e. 60th St., left to right As they appeared on it two Channel 11�?Ts totem Chih last Veek in a performance of International Folk songs. Totem Chih Channel i i s popular children s educational program is seen daily at 5 . Spotlight on Chatham shutter bugs can see Best photo enthusiasts will get in Opportunity to View the years outstanding camera achieve ment of Many of the leading photographers of 26 foreign countries As Well As the United states at the 58th annual Chicago International exhibition of photography at the museum of science and Industry extending throng nov. 27. The exposition which is being conducted by the Chicago area camera clubs association will include 277 photo prints selected As the Best from among the j.393 original entries. Featuring the display will be the photos that won the to Gold medals awarded annually at the show and the Farrington Silver medal a special award instituted to Honor the produced of the most unusual camera shot. The entries for this years exhibition were the greatest in its More than half Century of com petition. Prints were submitted by 223 photographers in 29 of the nation s 50 states and by 153 photographers living in 26 foreign countries. Admission to museum and the exhibition which is recognized at one of the 12 top photo salons held annually throughout the world is free. To make certain that your letters Christmas cards and parcels do not find their Way to the Post office s dead letter Section follow these rules. 1. Address mail fully and clearly. Write legibly or print plainly and avoid abbreviations. 2. Use the 4c letter rate on Christmas cards. Be certain a return address is printed in the upper left Corner of both Christmas cards and parcels. 3. Do not enclose coins or hard objects of any kind in letters or cards. Cancelling machines often damage such letters and their contents. 4. Make certain that parcels Are Well packed and securely wrapped in Strong containers. The Carton should be wrapped in heavy paper and securely tied with Strong twine. 5. Gifts of a delicate nature such As Glass China electrical appliances radios musical instruments should be marked foodstuffs should be marked 6. Parcels should be insured and letters of real value should be registered. Where proof Only of delivery is required for letters of no intrinsic value certified mail should be used. Any postal station will furnish upon request and without charge a copy of the pamphlet a packaging and wrapping parcels for answers to questions regarding the postal service Are available by calling Wabash 2-9200, ext. 409. By Marcia Vespa a striking new development of intense interest to All Chatham is the High level working relationship Between the police and the c a. Pcc., evolved by Louis Fitzgerald 8211 s. Michigan ave., inter Council Liaison chairman through a series of discussions with capt. Lovell of the Burnside police station. One of the most troublesome problems in our area and one that of course faces most Urban communities at this time is the increase in juvenile mischief and crime. Capt. Lovell has solemnly promised to cooperate wholeheartedly with the Council in enforcing the curfew an accepted method of reducing opportunities for trouble on the part of our Young people. The Community too will extend itself to assist in every Way through the positive recreational plans of the youth services committee and through a drive to gain parental support for the curfew Law. A it is recognized a Fitzgerald said a that it is a parental responsibility to enforce the curfew in the individual co operation in every phase phase of Law enforcement can be anticipated according to Fitzgerald. Typical police responsiveness was the recent apprehension of a burglary suspect in a record 80 minutes routine investigation of Pool Halls and other places a off limits for adolescents is further service of our police department. Mass meeting in Park Manor a Gigantic rally and mass meeting to map a Community program against a social ills a in Park Manor Community is slated for St. Columbanus school auditorium 7120 s. Calumet ave., at 3 30 ., nov. 30. The rally is sponsored by Park Manor neighbors organization. Frank Ferlic first assistant states attorney of Chok county will be the principal speaker. Problems of improved police Protection inadequate Street lighting housing and zoning code violations shoddy City services robbery purse snatching sexual attacks Etc. Will be discussed. Ferlic will discuss pressing Community problems and offer suggestions in helping to map a vigorous program to combat area crime. Entertainment will follow Hie meeting and free prizes will be Given. Englewood a to second meeting the a to of Englewood High school 6201 s. Stewart ave., will hold its second meeting of the year in the school auditorium tonight at 7 30 of clock. The theme for the evening is a better living through Home management business and family life will be discussed by members of the faculty. Benjamin scrutchions and mrs. Alpha White assistant principal likewise who Are Active in the school a to membership Campaign urge area parents to attend the meeting j. M. Of Rouke is principal and mrs. Katherine Garmony 6617 s. Minerva ave., is acting a to president. Annual meeting the Chicago heart association members will hold the an Nual meeting nov. It in the Morrison hotel at 10 15 . The Public is invited to attend. Or. John a Thomas jr., 7931 s. Calumet represented the Chicago City plan commission at the Chicago Urban league dinner and annual meeting for 1960. Or. Thomas sub area in chairman was one of several Chatham residents who reviewed the leagues activities for the past year at the Palmer House grand ballroom at 12 noon on tuesday nov. 15, i960 in succeeding weeks this column will report on a series of important activities within the Council which affect the entire Community and in some cases relate to broader state or National problems. Tentative plans Are afoot at this time for a mass meeting to gain Community expression on the Freedom of residence movement in Illinois. Each sub area has also planned to work with other City groups in exploring such issues As the a Wade in movement school segregation and other political social and cultural aspects of our broader environment which Are the proper concern of a Large Community organization. Expansion of the Council in terms of interests not territory will parallel efforts by the budget and finance committee to obtain necessary funds and we ill provide a fascinating series of stories As these activities unfold. A a t John j. Thomas �?Ts sub area in meeting tuesday nov. 8, in Crerar memorial Church also devoted time to plans for the school population Survey As did William Richie a sub area Iii planning committee meeting and or. Georges Reeds a meeting in miniature Friday nov. La in institutional .e. Church e. 78th St. And s. Indiana ave. The Survey will be a major project for All the Council territory during november according to or. George Reed schools chairman. The Survey described More thoroughly elsewhere in the bulletin will supplement other materials pertaining to schools gathered by a to presidents or school education chairmen at Ruggles Cornell Dixon Burnside Jane Neil Hookway and Deneen schools or painstakingly gathered by the Council sub area schools chairmen. Continued on Page 7 Wall seepage Waterproof paints Are effective in stopping seepage if properly mixed and applied. The Walls must first be scraped thoroughly with a Brush to remove Loose particles then washed Down and holes and cracks filled with mortar. Walls must be Damp when the special paint is applied. Best results usually Are obtained when paint is scrubbed into the masonry with a stiff Brush. Avoid application during or after a rain when we Ater is actively seeping through. James f. Tyler James f. Tyler son of or. And mrs. Ezrafield f. Tyler 7037 Lowe ave., recently was promoted to private first class while serving with the 2nd Marine division at Cample Jeune n. C. Tyler is attached to the 2nd regiment which concentrates on developing the latest tactics of modern warfare through the use of helicopters and armoured Landing Craft. Buy retail of wholesale prices except fair Trad Tam wide saltation of Slid and moult electric Eye a a zoom cameras and tape recorders Welcome shoppers charge a make photostatic Copia Seel photo Iii plastic 7829 s. Hoisted a. 3-3222 this Coupon Worth a 5 on any Purchase Over 50c fresh farm products 7 Oaks produce 7109 so. State St. T amp a fish we specialize in sea foods free delivery service i . J. Jones and Junior Powell 59191 s. Hoisted St. He 7-9453 Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Two stands isi�?4335 South pork Ava. Sr2�?4510 cottage Grove Ava. 24-Honr radio dispatched taxi cab licensed is bonded Driver meter rate to. 8-9100 prompt dependable a outre omit a1, close a your phone thanksgiving Day services noses enabling your physician will be held in Gustavus Adolphus lutheran Church 7426 s Drexel caveat to ., the Rev. Or. Edwin c. Munson presenting the Sermon a what we have received from to meet More fully the demands of his patients. Prompt attention is Given to specimens received by mail and the reports Are returned to the i patients physicians in the Short Bath amp kitchens remodeler to jobs too Small licensed bonded insured plumbing heating sewerage time payments i. B. Johnson plumbing and heating 407 East 79th St. Stewart 3-7290 Lompre these fresh ground hamburger. O $100 lbs. Smoked picnics. In 29 pork liver. 0 m 01 a bulk pork sausage links i 29 it 47 smoked Ham country style 45 by Center Cut pork chops 69 Pound pork liver in 25 Tbone 90 la. Steaks round 65 in. Sirloin 79 in. Baby pigs for roasting we Cut and wrap for Freezer orders. Free drawing for roasting pig each saturday. Weight about to lbs. Eddie s meats inc. 6320 s. Harlem ave., Argo glob 8-0941 parking in front a Roar boys wanted living in the Are a of 79th to 83rd St. State to cottage age la to 15 years to deliver the bulletin apply�?439 e. 71 St St. Or Call St. 3-1040 teen topics by Judy amp Joanne Judy Joanne i before you do your Homework or after which Ever you prefer we would like to Tell you some of the things that happened Over the week end. Needless to say this week As All others everyone had a swinging time. A sort of a Spur of the moment set was Given saturday by Joanne Gardner. Even though it Wasny to planned week in Advance a Good time was had by All present. Some of the people seen sitting on cushions and concentrating on the jazz that was playing were Carolyn Adams Wendell Haynes Sara Mcwright Raoul Davion Dianne Kennard John Sullivan Renee Brown Carl Glenn and John Gardner. Some of the future a card Sharks Quot of the world got together saturday at a card party Given by the Lambda omegas. Of course those who did no to play cards enjoyed themselves also. The evening began with playing cards and advanced to a really swinging session. Quot Wato Osie Quot or Quot Slop anyone a few of the combination Quot card Sharks Quot and dancers who enjoyed themselves were Rita Cotton Joyce Cornelius Dorothy Davis Cheryl Govia Phyllis Cook Gloria Palmer Karen Scott Ingrid Spaulding. Carol Teague Carol and Pat Young fro Linda Hendricks Brenda Kimball Marsha Koen Lillian and Barbara Mathis Alice Leonard and Mary Jane Hall. The pins were really falling this week end. Where at the Delta Taus Bowling party of course. Marilyn Thomas Eveyln Macdonald Beverly Means Diane Gipson and Dianne Kennard were a few of the future champions present. Another Choice affair was Given thursday nov. To. 1960 by Nancy Byrd. Everyone danced ate laughed talked and just Plain had a Good time. A few of the merry makers present were Brbara Martin William Hull Renee Stephens Phillip Brown and Carmen Cartman. Congratulations to Hirsch High for making Blue division playoffs and doing As Well As they have so far. Keep up the Good work boys Well now that we have either interrupted your Homework or spoiled the feeling of satisfaction you had at finishing it we will close. Bye for now Judy and Joanne

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