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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 11, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Shifting Cusp sc9013ligswest Chatham ass n to study Black boys area needs at oct. No Idle hands or minds at Deneen school where learning can re fun from balloons to books to drama May be the reason Deneen elementary school 7240 Wabash is a Beehive of progressive activity As its Young students fill their minds with More than a Readin a a Ritins and arithmetic. Deneen provides Many projects which Are geared to stimulating and challenging its Young charges educational processes. At the same time the youngsters will agree there a fun along with learning. Take for instance Center photo the Gleeful expressions on the faces of a group of students in the Quot i Grade As they watch Multi coloured balloons float toward the sky during an Experiment the science unit undertook to learn More about the weather. The helium filled balloons released oct. 6 had a postcard attached to them return addressed to the school. Those finding the balloons or a balloon Are asked to drop the card in the Mailbox or bring it to Deneen As soon As the balloon is found. There is a space on the card for the name and address of the finder and the location where the balloon was found. So. Finders How about helping Deneen science students with their weather Experiment a Homework a right photo eager Little first graders find books a delightful outlet for their imagination and entertainment. Learning to read can be fun they agree l v when you have such Nice and understanding teachers As mrs. Gloria Morris and Ruth Apilado. Photo left All the worlds a stage an immortal has Bard penned. And that a what these Grade 8 students of language arts Are finding out under mrs. Geneva Stepto. They re boning up on their lines for staging the play a the Pine tree shilling currently in rehearsal at Deneen. Bulletin photos by Ernest Strickland staff photo South i Side i Chatham Park Manor p Chesterfield i1 a Redmond plan focal Point of conference in transition Chica there a nothing wrong with repetition if some worthwhile Benefit can be derived therefrom. Therefore tedious i might be i will not apologize for trying to do any and everything in my Power to Stem the tide of non directed negro youths who Are constantly being washed upon the beaches of a somewhat apprehensive society. In a il.�?T#1ff&a j pig a Rig a crisis in is Tho up Metier v j a i x theme of an All Day educational i Jim conference sponsored saturday Mai oct. The Mittee of West Chatham in 9th year no. 44-week of oct. 4 thru oct. 41, 1967 pro vement association. The ass conference will be held at car Ter Temple Church 7855 Waji Basil registration is scheduled mkt pm from 9-9 30 a m of it Wocia officials describe the r knit am a Bijj s purpose of the conference As a of a a fir a an attempt to bring i Jim about a better awareness of the a it a Ninny facets that enter into the i i he composite picture of the Educa it a. T Ion of our children of i1 to to attempt to explore the to i possibilities of new approaches Ark n Xiv directions for better s. An l r a Spons it ble Community in a a Rev k ten evolvement. And p ass Imp Mhz to acquaint he Community r # t # with the issues that affect Usk Ruji a and to attempt to bring about thu necessary involvement Tor effective advancement in this area of Community it Ute silos and a plenary a session comprise the Confer 1 a a a ence. Topics to be discussed Only / t to v ill i t la elude economics of education w 4 la Hil 11 politics of education National and International aspects of Edh. Founder and director of the meat hem youth cation and the social aspects it Center Carlton Ward Nephew to Stephens of education be Gerome Drake also a Nephew and Rev. J. M. Rev. James Mack will deliver a Jackson minister of music Temple of brother the keynote address a crisis in a by i Ove. The program included Arias by men education p Delsohn and Flotow. Popular tunes by Rodgers the bulletin Learned that is and Hammerstein and traditional spirituals. Or James p. Redmond generic a1 superintendent of schools a had been invited to discuss the # _ a Redmond school plan during a m 4 in m pm a conference sessions. However Wocia officials stated that a representative from the Board of education will substitute for or. Redmond who will not be available. Question and answer period with audience participation is expected to follow. Speakers scheduled to present discussions or papers Are Rev. James Mack. Timuel Black and mesdames Jorga English 7932 Yale and Lois Ricks 8010 Yale. Registration of $2 covers luncheon which will be from 12 30-2 30 . Many Community organizations and bulletin area residents have pledged their support to the Wocia venture. Among them Are Chatham Avalon Park Community Council 7923 South Park. Mrs Gloria Wilkes 7752 Vernon Capac vice president has agreed in serve As Liaison coordinator for Capac. Other cooperating i groups assisting to make the conference a Success Are Park Manor neighbors Council. 7105 South Park parents Council for human rights concerned parents of grand Boulevard and parents of South Shore. Members of Wocia education committee Are mrs. Jorga English 7932 Yale chairman j. Barfield 7933 Yale mrs. B. Barnes 7924 Lasalle and mrs. Thomas Joyner 7927 Lafayette. Russell Ricks 8010 Yale is president of West Chatham improvement association. Persons desiring to attend the conference May Send $2 to mrs. Jorga English 7932 Yale. Published at 639 e. 71st St., Stewart 3-1040 Price 10c per copy St. Marks laymen t o take Over the negro adult male image has All but diminished in our negro Homes and schools and the ratio of antisocial behaviour cloaked in non existent moral values continues to reach new Depths. Everybody reads the bulletin

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