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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 19, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin. Thursday. November 19. 1964 Page 3 second and third quadrant confab held in Englewood residents seek program to combat y Outh problems recreation session assisted by As consultants. Each of the con Maurice Wiggins of Letic direct fences is designed to formulate Tor of Antioch Baptist Church and >0rramfk to youth pro Lerris in the four sections of Engle Edward Mitchell supervisor in w Kex the Myca detached worker pro Gram. 1 of Munhui and youth ii Thi Englewood immunity organization and the Chicago commission \ out i welfare joined forces to sponsor a conference on youth problems entitled a a a Community responsibility for youth a saturday nov. I i 9 30 . To 3 30 ,iii., at the sacred heart roman Catholic Church. Tot i and Aberdeen. The con Vorence has broken Down into the following workshops Street gangs recreational opportunities family difficulties improving children s human relations and improving Reading and math skills for youth. The keynote speaker was Benjamin scrip Chions from the Bureau of human relations of the Chicago Board of education. Standing around the speakers podium during a break in the proceedings vere left to right mrs. Rita Daly 7006 Throop Altgeld . Henry Wilson 6508 Sangamon chairman of conservation committee of eco mrs. Wanda Simmons 6628 Bishop representing the 6600 Bishop Block club Frank Ardito jr., director of neighbourhood unit commission on youth welfare mrs. Bachel rid by 733 w. 64th St., d ire Etor of Englewood unit commission on youth welfare and mrs. Suherda Bailey 7127 Sangamon president of 7100 sans Mon Block club. The second and third Englewood quadrant con John Bradley Chicago Ferencek were held for Northeast and Southwest Engle youth welfare commission was Wood residents last weekend. On Friday evening Resi consultant for the conference and dents of tile area bounded by Halsted state 65th, and John o sol Allown Myca. 63rd streets met at Antioch bap.,. Tis Church 413 w eng Elwood was conference chairman. The Southwest conference was cd pave 4_ plans for future Aroa fat arc is held at the sacred heart roman re Latch but a z Donald Poole. Catholic Church 7020 Aberdeen in Eltwood views manager of the Englewood office saturday. It involved residents of of Chicago metropolitan Mutual the area bounded by Halsted Assurance company at a closing Ashland 63rd and 75th streets. For service Tho zing tee King Kings Standard service station Road service 8058 s. Cottage Grove St 38221 St 3-9145 Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Licensed ii bonded Drivers As close As your phone meter rates he 7-5400 a 6-4000 bulletin columnist Community Leader mrs. Marion Henley keynote the Northeast confab discussing a the need for Community action participants were asked to sell and a a a constructive help to the Community and to become committees of one to promote recreational facilities. Discussion leaders for the Tutor Mcnair Grant principal of in �?o8 session were miss Betty Lewood High school. 6201 Stewart Schnieder Counselor at Engle addressed the group on. A the i his school sister m. Julin plenary session. The Southwest conference a daytime session was keynote by Benjamin scrutchins Board of education official who spoke on the a Community responsibility for youth. Henry Wilson. 6508 Sangamon eco conservation committee Englewood it a to hear Urban league specialist Curtis a. Brooks 630 e. 83rd pl., employment and guidance specialist with the Chicago Urban league will address the Englewood High school Pat faculty members and guests at 9 ., a teacher in the Chicago Public school system. The Englewood school and the Pat will be holding open House beginning at 6 15 On the same Day of the address by Friday nov. 20, in the school at Brooks. Parents have been asked 6201 Stewart. To visit their children a class Brooks topic will be a your big rooms. Gest Hope for True integration the negro a social hour will be held after the tour of classrooms. Refresh the Urban league staff Mem ments prepared by students in Ber recently was honoured by the the Home economics classes will Chicago Junior chamber of com to served. Renerce As one of the ten out j president of the Pat is mrs. Standing Young men of the year. Ner william8, 6819 Evans. ,., mrs. Silas Green. 6434 Peona is Brooks who received his Bach program chairman. Elor of arts degree from Morgan state College Baltimore md., is a consultant to the citizens committee for manpower development a participant in the committee on apprenticeship training for minority groups a member of the National association of inter group relations officials and the Chatham Avalon Park youth Council. His wife Ellen is Curtis a. Brooks school As a part of the following mrs. Henley stalk the conference separated into two workshop sessions. One group considered the need for a tutoring program in the Northeast quadrant while the other group discussed plans for an expanded recreational program for the area. O in the tutoring session problems of availability of tutors and space for classes were discussed. Following the formation of a standing committee recommendations were made to 1 determine exactly How Many children in the area would need tutoring and the subjects in which tutoring is desired 2 Survey the area to find out exactly what tutoring possibilities Are available 3 find out what churches and schools have available space for such a program and 4 decide upon someone to coordinate the groups and centers. The recreation session set As its objective planning and promoting a a Well rounded constructive program involving adults As Well As youths of the area. A at St. Martins school and chairman served As general father William Hogan at St. Martins r. C. Church. Mrs. Rose Pierce supervisor at Sherwood playground led the chairman of this event. Following an opening session the conference was divided into workshops on Street gangs family difficulties recreational opportunities improving Reading and math skills and improving children s human relations. A most interest was shown in the workshop dealing with making Reading and arithmetic easier to learn. Mrs. Elizabeth Buford 6436 mrs. Dorothy Strong teacher at Peoria died nov. I at the age upper Grade Center 838 w. Of 88. She was the Mother of Marquette rd., led the math ses mrs. Marion Williamson presi Sions. While fellow teacher. Mrs. Dent of the 6400 Peoria improve Dorothy Raven directed the Reading group. A novel approach to the study mrs. Buford Dies was Mother of Block club head pastel wig amp Perm Salon 749 e. 87th St. Phon 487-9468 dear neighbor we arc delighted to be a part of your neighbourhood. We Hope to have the pleasure of meeting you. We think you la enjoy our Salon a its Friendly atmosphere and courteous efficient staff. Complete Beauty service wig service included plus a Complete line of wigs. You Are Welcome to use any of our three Complete plans Cash Lay air a or budget with Little Down payment or no Down payment. Home or Salon consultation. Do drop in and toy hello and in sped our Well appointed Salon. We want it to become your Beauty Headquarters. Cordially Ahlma Robinson and Chris Arrington ment Block club mrs. Buford was a resident of Chicago for More than 67 years. She came to Chicago from Quincy iu., where she was born. She is survived by three daughters three sons 13 grandchildren 32 great grandchildren and Many other relatives. Funeral services were held nov. 5, at Unity funeral parlor. Of Reading and arithmetic was introduced through educational toys on display. Too co chairman for thus conference was mrs. Rita Daley 7006 Throop. John Bell Smithtown Myca adult program director and Frank Ardito of the commission on youth welfare served three residents helping i n work for league dinner mrs. Warren Bacon 316 a is the party of the year the Cago metropolitan area who is St Augustine a pro Cathedral the patriarch of the african orthodox Church will pay his first visit to Chicago at St. Augustine a pro Cathedral a. O. Church 5831 Indiana sunday nov. 22. A cordial invitation is extended to All to worship at a Union service at 4 The Rev. G. Duncan Hinkson is the Church Bishop. E. 89th pm. Mrs. Leonard Evans 9323 Michigan ave. And mrs. Lloyd Wheeler 7316 Evans ave., enjoy the luxury of millinery at lavish savings millinery 2 stores 1306 e. 81st St. Delightful annual get together of interested in racial Progress the friends of the Chicago Urban Harmony and brotherhood to sup league. This will be an evening port this civic function. Of Good company and Good fun Are assisting in plans for the nothing else. No speeches no interested persons can third annual Golden Fellowship problems but plenty of entertain Contact mrs. Betsy Berry at the dinner and dance of the Chicago ment by the Best. League offices 4500 Michigan Urban league. The event will be Edwinc. Quot a a a executive ave Alan tic 5-5800. _ Rector of toe Urban league is the $50 donation is tax de Al 7 ., fonday nov. 20, in he edging every resident of the Chi-1 ductile. Grand ballroom of the Palmer House. The three area residents who Are members of the leagues women a Board arc among the 1,500 persons expected to turn out in support of the non profit interracial Agency which works to help negroes obtain equal opportunities in employment education. Housing labor unions and medical care. Contributors to the $50 a plate affair will have a Chance at winning the grand door prize a 1965 Pontiac donated by the dinner chairman Sherman r a resident Al Abrams motor sales Hio e. 47th St. A. W. Williams president of the Agency a Board of directors said the Urban league Hopes to raise $60,000, much of which would be used for expansion of its employment and guidance department engaged in helping employers find qualified negroes for positions in business and Industry. The dinner said Sherm Abrams league vice president country fresh old world flavor Parker House polish sausage Rig and Juicy. An authentic old world recipes made even tastier the special Parker House Way. Ask for Mem the tastiest meals at your House. Begin at Parker House Ahu missed by i Mem i of it of j agric it Turi 349. Scientific Brake service 9015 South Ashland established business since 1927 233-5330-31 Brake relining specials 20% off on All Brake relies easy time payments we install mufflers and tailpipes pick up and deliver cars front wheel align specials chess a Fords align front end a balance front wheels a repack front wheel bearings $q95. $1a95 9 other cars i All for spacial goad with this and Only special on new heating equipment a of e Stoker no Money Down take up to 5 years to pay 1st payment in 6 months Call a 3-1300 take advantage of these Low Low prices Call now Racine heating Nite and Dat service 8030 s. 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Cons 98c_ Boone s Concord grape wine 79c Large bottle Gordon s Gin $4.49 full quart free wine sampling on saturday meats Georgia s finest frying chickens 1 la. 2 bag limit whole fancy Young Hen turkeys Only 29c fresh Small pork shoulder roast Only 25c smoked sugar cured Cali hams Home made pork sausage hot or mild 4 lbs. $1�� fresh Small meaty spare ribs Only 35c_ Wilson s split amp cleaned chitterling 10 la Poi 189 All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order wonder food super Market 1427 East 67th St. 1200 East 61st St. Produce puerto rican no. I Sweet potatoes 9c la. Colorado a finest red potatoes 10 la. Bag 49c Michigan Jonathan apples la. Cello bag 25c Mustard or turnip tops inc la Florida juice oranges Large size 39c dozen emperor red grapes 15c la. I wonder food super Market i South Side s 2 most modern super marts featuring self service 1427 East 67th St.-1200 East 61st St. I Reserve the right to limit quantities

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