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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 28, 1965, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday october 28, 1965 child a lies indicate unconscious conflict Vire 13 boys girls flannel lined Corduroy biggies Cotton assorted colors with matched lining 3 piece drape sets fully lined be a clean heavy gauge plastic Johns bargain stores Chicago 4169 Archer ave. 4742 s. Ashland ave. 9126 commercial ave. 862-866 e. 63rd St. 6342 s. Hoisted St. 2220 e. 71 St St. 2049 e. 95th St. 11200 South state Pershing Michigan ave. Shopping Center 7851-53 South 3920 s. State St. Hoisted St. 358-60 e. 47th St. 5241-43 South state St. 8612 South cottage Grove ave. The patient can retain vision for the remainder of his life. Modern drugs can control glaucoma if it is detected Early enough and if the patient faithfully follows every detail of the Eye physicians instructions. Understandably Only a limited number of people can be screened each wednesday. H6w-Ever, anyone who comes registers and is not screened will be Given first consideration when they return on another evening. The Illinois society for the prevention of blindness urges everyone Over 35 years old and everyone with a history of glaucoma in his or her family to take advantage of this Community service. For literature regarding glaucoma write to the society at 220 s. State St., Chicago 60604, or phone 922-8710. The Illinois society for the prevention of blindness announces that a free glaucoma screening test will be offered every wednesday from 5 00 . To 7 00 . At the Eye clinic of the Northwestern University medical school 303 e. Chicago ave., starting sept. 15th. These tests will be conducted by the Northwestern University medical school in cooperation with the society. Anyone being screened who is suspected of having glaucoma will be referred for diagnostic examination. Glaucoma is a leading cause of preventable blindness attacking one out of every 50 people Over the age of 35 years. It also has a tendency to run in families. The Progress of glaucoma is so Subtle that people Are usually totally unaware that they have it. Loss of vision is so gradual that it goes unnoticed and glaucoma generally has no symptoms associated with it to Alert its victims. Adults Are Apt to be lulled into a false sense of Security and neglect to have regular Eye examinations which would disclose the condition. Many people simply can to afford to have regular Eye examinations and when they finally become conscious of the extent of loss of vision it is often too late to prevent blindness. Free Eye screening tests for glaucoma should meet a great Public need and prevent much blindness. If the disease is recognized Early treatment is i a ave expressed their Suppo o usually entirely effective and Chew or 7 h Ward Alderman in a recent statement concerning the project reiterated his Contention that a the rebuilding of Englewood must begin somewhere a he said. A making civil rights an Issue Here is to impede the Progress of the Frederick Henderson executive vice president of the South town planning association and Lawrence Bernstein executive director of the Englewood business menus association were in agreement in denying the Green Street groups claim that the project was specifically planned to a Clear negroes from the a plans for the project were formulated Long before the area became predominately negro a asserted Henderson who helped conceive the original scheme for the up grading of the shopping intersection. Green St. Unit Calls for support continued from Page i will Benefit Only the stores in the area the Price of it will be the dislocation of nearly 500 on the opposite Side of the controversy some business and civic leaders in Englewood human Halat ions workshop or. Holier Al microphone., University of Chicago sociologist and author of to a Havighurst report a on Chicago a achoo As keynote speaker at the All Day human relation workshop at is Ilson Junior College 7017 s. Stewart ave., of. 21. Oters in the photograph left to right arc for neck Kelly member of the a family of Many committee which planned the sessions and Dean Charles Monroe head of the College. Investigates merchants in Chatham continued from Page i if not May we have your reason included in the list of Chatham Plaza merchants receiving the questionnaire were Polki Bros., National Tea co., inc., High Low Walgreen a jewel food store Osco drugs and Woolworth. Following a mailing to the local store on oct. 12, a second mailing was made to the main offices of the companies on oct. 19. Contacted by the bulletin this week most of the local store managers failed to comment on the receipt of the letters. By Newman manager of Polk Bros. Told a bulletin reporter that there was no hiring done at the local store and the questionnaire was forwarded to the stores main office for answering. Commenting on the contents of the questionnaire Newman stated that the questionnaire was very impersonal and cold and a probably will not do the Job the Council however he feels that his company will cooperate with the Council. Osco drug manager Dick Todd also stated that he had forwarded the questionnaire to his main office for answer. The jewel and National stores also told the bulletin that All matters concerning personnel was handled through a main office. One Chatham manager Ken Baker of the Goodrich company 700 e. 87th St. Stated that although his company did not receive a questionnaire a Goodrich employs an open door Baker a 13-year employee of the company defended his company a hiring practises a a Good Man can Rise to a managerial spot at Goodrich but Good men Are hard to Baker is a negro. Asked by the bulletin if the questionnaires might not be considered an invasion of privacy Fisher commented a a business May refuse to answer the questionnaire but in doing so it lends credence to the charges of discrimination. Consequently the business can refuse to answer but must face the consequences of the Fisher pointed out that a few years ago the Capac Board authorized a a selective buying campaigns in Chatham where charges of discrimination had been substantiated. One of the stores involved at that time jewel foods changed a previously held policy. Concluding the interview Fisher said a the Issue is More local hiring practises. It is not just a question of hiring in negro communities but also a question of hiring negroes in White communities. Fisher hoped that further action could be discussed at the november meeting of the Council. Attention bulletin subscribers find your name in the bulletin display or classified ads and win $5.00 winners must bring the bulletin and identification into the bul Lle Iii office 639 e. 71st St. Before the next Date of publication. So scan each display and classified and carefully special children s theater an original musical. Jack and the beanstalk cast of 16 plus a special dancing cow and a beanstalk that grows on stage. Every saturday at la a.m., i amp 3 . All seats $1.50 groups of 25 or More $1 per Jack and the beanstalk by Dennis and Carol Smith 5238 South Harper 8-1717 Harper theater shop a want ads and save Ifo Fig Menard cd tag warn of Yolin re 16 through 21, Here a your Cha he the be somebody join Job corns of you re 16 through 21 years old out of school and can t find a jobs can t get into the armed forces and sometimes think you have no future Job corps May be the answer. Just fill out the Coupon below Send it in and you la soon find out. Of you re accepted you la live in a Job corps Center with others your age. You la eat Good food. You la learn a Trade. You la enjoy sports and recreation. Learn How to speak and write Well. Learn How to get and hold a Good Job. Best of All. You la get paid while doing it you la get daily spending Money. And when you leave you la be paid $50 for every month you were in Job corps it s All True. It s a big Opportunity. Send the Coupon in today and Start a new future. 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