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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Chicago, Illinois Commander addresses a Macc a a it the Park Manor neighbors Community met monday oct. 4 to share thoughts and ideas with its featured speaker police commander Therlon Simons who was just recently appointed chief of the 3rd police District. The commander said that he was genuinely interested in the Community and that he was in a period of reorganizing the District. Simons said Quot Ibe main thrust our activity will be against the wave of burglaries that have been sweeping the area. We intend to maximize our efforts in this area and ascertain if there is a pattern to the Simons was responding to a question from a citizen regarding the wave of burglaries which has plagued the area around 72nd and Michigan this summer. Another citizen criticized the commander about the Community service sergeant who is assigned to the District. The citizen said a the Community relations sergeant who came to talk with us before did t know any thing about the Community he did no to even know where Deneen school was. Simon responded that the sergeant was learning the Community and had even been to the Deneen school where he found a group of Young boys making zip guns. In general the commander was Well received and even praised for improved police Protection during his Short tenure. After Simon s talk atty. Zedrick t. Braden president of the Council warned the members of the Community that Quot the Park Manor Community will suffer the same Fate As the Woodlawn area if we do not take care of our property. The City and big business Are just waiting for an excuse to condemn our property and turn the area into another waste land. It can happen Here the building codes of the City Are discriminatory and encourage abandonment of property by forcing owners to make extensive repairs that they cannot in his formal message to the Council Braden Quot the state legislators will meet in october. Among the important matters to be considered is school financing. The Chicago Public schools Are still Short $29,000,000. This is the amount needed to keep existing programs at the current level. The Money could be found by transferring Money appropriated to Paro Chaid a which cannot be spent because the Law does not meet constitutional standards. Welcome mrs. Ethel Kharasch Mchale formerly of Chicago now of Kansas City mo., talks with a Jon of Thailand at opening of new foreign student lounge which she donated to the University s Herman Crown Center As Robert l. Franklin 7210 St. Lawrence ave., director of student Aid looks on. The meeting took place at the recent dedication of Herman Crown Center a $6.2 million 17-Story dormitory and student Union adjoining the University s main building. is a resident of the dormitory. Drama classes registration is now open for drama groups for children teenagers and adults announced Ruth Schwartz. Drama supervisor for the Chicago Park District. All classes Are free qualified drama instructors offer interesting training in All phases of theatre Art. Contact your local Park for Date time and Type of drama class offered bulletin drama class locations tentative Are grand crossing. 76th ii Ingleside a 3-3262 Rosenblum so Shore h s7647 Constance. Is 5-3468 Ada. 113th amp Ada. 264 7680 Graver. 1518 w 102nd St., 425-5771 Harlan. 9652 Michigan in 8 2411 Sulev 90th amp St. Lawrence. 723 0150 Foster 83rd amp Loomis. St 3-7619 i. Vernon. 10540 s. Morgan 874-1156 Hamilton. 72nd a Normal blvd., St 3-5657 and Ogden. 6700 s Racine. To 3-1038 i i discussion group for the recently bereaved the family service Bureau of United charities of Chicago is conducting a series. Of group discussions for adults who have recently experienced the death of a family member and Are finding the adjustment difficult. A the Road Back Quot a series of Small group discussions will assist the bereaved in understanding their grief and provide Comfort in a shared experience. Sessions will be held once a week each for an hour and a half. At the stockyards District office of the family service Bureau 734 w. 47th Street. The time and Date will be decided after applications Are received and the convenience of the majority can be determined. The service will be free. The series will be conducted by mrs. Charlie Simpson 7961 Prairie a social worker trained in individual and group counselling according to mrs Simpson a following the loss of a loved one a the Road backs to life is not easy. Grief is unfamiliar and often misunderstood. Without help in this new experience the distance Back can be exceeding Long. Likewise unhealthy behaviour patterns such As escape denial and bitterness can cause one to make a wrong turn. A the response usually Given to the grief stricken it takes time a is a comforting Only for the moment. It does not provide the understanding or help for the various changes in feeling and mrs. Simpson said. A difficult reactions to death of a loved one a she continued a Are not necessarily linked with ones religious Faith but sometimes occur in spite of one s deep religious the family service Bureau of United charities of Chicago provides counselling West indies Day coming West indies Day an ecumenical gathering of people in Chicago who come from the Caribbean area will be celebrated at a. Edmund s episcopal Church 4 30 ., sunday october to. Honoured guest and pontificating at the solemn High mass in the Church will be the i. Rev. George Cuthbert Manning Woodroffe Bishop of the anglican diocese of the Windward islands. All persons of West Indian origin Jamaica Barbados the Bahamas and the Windward and Leeward islands living in the it Imago area have been invited to join in the worship service and in the reception which is to follow at St. Edmund s Church. Bishop Woodroffe will preach the Sermon bringing greetings from the islands to Chicago. Celebrant of the mass will be the Rev. Raymond s. Mitchell Rector of St. Edmund s Church me Deacon will be the Rev. William s. Taylor episcopal Church of the Messiah Chicago and sub Deacon of the mass will be the Rev. Spencer e. Thiel Rector of St. Joseph s Church Chicago. The very Rev James a. Edden. D.d., Dean of the Chicago South Deanery will be master of ceremonies. The service will be preceded by a solemn procession consisting of the clergy honoured guests and the flags and banners of the neighbourhood churches. And will March from the rectory to the Church proper prior to his consecration As Bishop of the Windward islands. Bishop Woodroffe a native of Barbados served in several parishes throughout the Caribbean he received both his academic and divinity degrees from Codrington College. Barbados Institute for living cosmopolitan Community Church in a continuing Effort to fulfil its Christian and civic responsibility has planned its annual a Institute for the lecture will begin at 7 30p.m. Each wednesday in october in the Community House 5259 s. Wabash Avenue. Admission is free. And guidance on family and personal problems through eight neighbourhood offices the department of group services headed by Donald Yohe. Carries on a program of education and treatment geared to help people avoid or Deal with personal crises this series on bereavement is a part of the group services program. All those interested in participating in one of a the Road backs discussion groups should Contact mrs. Simpson at the family service Bureau 268-5410 weekdays Between 9 00 a m. And 5 00 Those interested should Contact mrs. Simpson before october 15, 1971 for the fall group inquiries for later groups Are invited at any time. It it issues uni la Tsi september graduates named at Roosevelt University undergraduate and graduate degrees were awarded to approximately 331 students by Roosevelt University at the close of Roosevelt a summer session it was announced by Charles Simmons associate Dean of admissions and records. Of the total approximately 208 were bachelors degrees and 123 were masters degrees. Students receiving degrees were honoured at a special reception on thursday sept. 16, in the University a new Herman Crown Center. Bulletin area graduates Are Sarah b. Debbs 7415 Vincennes a Lynn Fields 1342 w. 82nd St Baba Garland f. Frazier 9635 Genoa bus Juanita Hill 8529 Morgan bus Dorothy b. Holley 877 e. 87th plugs Barbara j. Maxon 6411 Morgan a Charlotte r. Moore 7248 King or Baba Glenn Morris 6449 Langley a theordore Randall 7647 Eggleston a Robert h. Robinson 9530 Calumet bus Shirley Warren 7943 Evans ave a Birdie j. Williams 638 w. 64th St a Robert a. Williams 9519 Indiana bus Helen l. Alexander 8501 Maryland a Otis l. Branch 6116 Loomis my Walter Cunningham 7534 Eberhart a Lavonne Hampton 9240 Aberdeen a Marion t. Hill 8413 Morgan a Daniel w. Swope 9020 King or. A. Or. Pepper Sleak restaurant and chinese food specialities 432 Hast 87th Street chop Siev luncheon dinner and a s Ca Tom psf foods a me Rica is dishes to carry of i phone 994-5904 sunday 2 00 12 00 . 11 00 12 00 Fri sat. 11 00 a m. 2 00 a m. But every month she can Tell at a stance How much shot Sot in the bank.1b the Penny Joann has a towline account. And once a month she receives her towline statement. A simple uncomplicated statement covering All her banking. Regular savings. Golden savings. Checking. Anti featuring a towline summary of her checks deposits withdrawals and monthly interest earned. Everything. How can you get one just ask. You done to need All three checking regular savings Golden savings to open a 3-in-1 towline account. St Art with one any one and add the others at your convenience at any time. You get daily continuously compounded interest on savings. And free checking w Ith a $200 minimum. Towline makes in banking easier too. One Teller one account number handles everything. So Start a towline account. Now. Am watch your pennies grow. Joplin tells All c Fra 1971 @ Highland Community Bank 7919 s Ashland. Chicago. Ill 60620, member f.d.i.c., Call 312 651-2800

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