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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 10, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday september 1964 fall dance season 1964-65 classes Start tues. Sept. 8th, 1964 dance music drama Ballet tap modern jazz acrobatic Baton ballroom Academy of Fine arts 754 East 76th St. I 6-8181 finest and most modern studios shop bulletin want ads and save its Worth a trip to Chicago to see thrills danger suspense by ill Park Manor resident gets labor Post la ouverture w. Goudeau a Park Manor resident has been appointed As supervisor of local office operations in the division of unemployment compensation of the Illinois department of labor. John e. Cullerton Illinois director of labor said Goudeau will supervise Allio unemployment compensation areas in Illinois including the operations of 53 local offices. This will include handling All unemployment Benefit claims throughout the state. Samuel c. Bernstein employment Security administrator for the state expressed gratification Over Goudeau s promotion. He stated that Goudeau a background and training Are Ideal for this position. Starting As a temporary Junior clerk in the unemployment office in East St. Louis in 1939, he moved up in successive Steps As senior clerk Deputy employment interviewer employer relations representative office manager and area supervisor to his present position. Goudeau attended Kansas state teachers College then received . From Lewis Institute and later an . From Illinois Institute of technology. He is a War Veteran having served in the u. S. Army air Force for 26 months where he was an aviation Cadet. He also held responsible positions As a civilian worker for the . Army air Force u. S. Navy department the of fice of Price administration the social Security administration the veterans administration and the american National red Cross Edwin c. Berry executive director of the Chicago Urban league congratulated Goudeau or his appointment and the unemployment compensation administration and the Illinois depart ment of labor on his selection. Berry said Goudeau has been i Telu t pre Uve engagement premieres july 8th in Chicago tickets available at any currency Exchange Iny Sears store or Blackhawk rest it Hiti if Iii iou Nolan Conte Smith matinees daily at 2 00 except sat. I Sun. At i of amp 4.45 Eves. 8 30. Immor Rev. Henry Dimitri Hathaway 1i0mkin Mcvickers c of re Mil Madison near state Chicago 2, ill. Phone 782-8230 music in the Street As summer festivities and frolics moved toward the round up the 91st Street Block club serving the area Between state and Wabash sponsored one of the most successful hot weather affairs of the season their 4th annual Tea and style show sunday afternoon sept. 6. The purpose of the affair was to raise funds to Send children to Day Camp next year and to Aid such projects As the a act Cofo and the Kennedy memorial Library. The entire program was underscored by appropriate music provided by disc jockey Walter a swing w Alt Jackson seated at left. Club officials standing left to right Are . Muriel Brunson 40 e. 91st St., president . Dee Fields 52 f. 91st St., program chairman Edward Hill 18 f. 91st St., treasurer . Edward Hill and Berry m. Neal Block Captain. Seated is . Vera w right to e. 91st St., vice president. Another highlight of the affair featured children dancing in the Street. La a Marks Active in the Urban league Ren Bering valuable service and is veil known to South Side residents whom he served in his recent position As area supervisor for unemployment compensation. Terry expressed Confidence that Goudeau will serve the entire Tate in the same admirable Man Ler. Goudeau 45. Ami his wife Jean have one daughter Patricia. Panthers to open football season at soldiers a Field Market fisheries House of 75 seafood items fresh and Frozen from Louisiana a Florida a new York and Chicago area a Silver Bass a Pike a red snapper a Buffalo a Lake Trout a butterfish a Catfish a Perch a Florida Mullet a Whitefish a Black sea Bass a Forgie. Etc. 7129 s. State St. He 3-3233 with one game under the Belt the Chicago panthers will open their 1964 Home season against the �?T63 Central states league champions the Elmhurst travellers in soldiers Field Friday sept. La. Game time is 8 . A special halftime show will include a football game Between a team of a Playboy bunnies and Chicago disc jockeys. Sig Sako Wicz of win and Ely Hasan Hyde Park High school football coach will referee the contest. Also included in the halftime show will be vaudeville acts and High school bands. The a bunnies also will serve As cheer leaders during the game. Preceding the regular game teams from Elmhurst and Palos Orland will meet in the pop Warner Little league football playoffs. The Elmhurst team has finished either first or second in the league in seven of the last nine years. The panthers after winning 3, losing 6, and tying one in their first year in the league in 1962, ended up the 1963 season with wins 3 losses and a tie. Watch rail Crossings whether driving or walking says the Chicago motor club a Railroad crossing can prove extremely dangerous. The motor club warns against hurrying across Railroad tracks immedi Atey after a train has passed. Remember a second train May be coming from the other direct Ion. In a word hallelujah the Sassy duet of Rhetta and Tenison is again making Jimmy Lynch a Swank but relatively inexpensive urbanite at 75th and Michigan the most exciting entertainment spa in our town. Their vocal doodling will be evident there for the next three weeks then they re off to the w est coast to fill club dates. They be just returned from a string of one night ers in their native Texas. Next to the Texas Oil Wells in a told the citizens Down there loved Mem most How that again candidate a we must be a Strong nation. I will not be a wartime president. If i am elected my first task will be to abolish the enter chorus singing a Good Bye cruel world.�?�. More a go water hokum a senator How Many states do you figure you la carry in the election a senator a i expect to carry All thirteen of Mem a Kyi actor Frank Silvern though sepia toned plays More non negro roles on both the Broadway stage and the Silver screen than All others put together. Though Juanita Hall has been in show Biz most of her life a twas the role of a polynesian a bloody Mary a in a South Pacific that zoomed her to stardom. Hilda Sims who gained Fame As the a Wanna Lucasta a now earns her show Biz bread playing bit parts in the to a a nurses series. Wednesdays woman Etta Moten Barmett a member of the a wednesdays in Mississippi a group of prominent women of diverse racial and religious backgrounds who visited that state on wednesdays during the summer months can chill you with the horror stories of life in that Region. When one sees the hardship the people there must go through just to try to gain the right to vote she says a i feel that there ought to be a Law making it a Federal crime for those of us who Are eligible to vote but fail to do so during National elections a to which we add school Days various Bra groups will be soliciting parents and responsible citizens for membership now that school has started again. All parents who Are not members of ptas owe it to their kids to become an Active part of this organization. Parents also must now More than Ever in the past encourage their youngsters of whatever age to take advantage of every learning Opportunity the schools have to offer. To do less is to cripple the child a capacity for coping with the economic and intellectual demands which Are the natural offspring of this atomic age. And no Parent ought to be guilty of caring so Little about his child a place in tomorrows world and today a of course i Irene s Beauty Salon you save at Irene s 633 e. 71st St. Call for appointment 224-7610 wig s salts and consultation cleaned shaped and styled terms available the phony talkers folks who swear a a in a Here to Tell you a during their monologues eventually get around to their real reason for being there. Barbers who ask a did i take too much hair off a can to do a dad burned thing about it even if the answer is yes. We Are bugged most by the uncaring who will invariably ask a How Are you a so you answer a Fine a these slobs will say and keep walking. What the we eavesdropped these ancient we suppose language coloration a a he a so ugly he could break Day with a Brick a. A lord she looks like death warmed over.�?�. A Rya can to beat this weather with a stick a. A look at her. She thinks she a so Fine. Why she ainu to what the lib a Bird left on the no comment Kelly Branch Library slates programs for Community the Hiram Kelly Branch Library 6151 Normal blvd., will present a series of films on wednesday oct. 7, at 7 30 . In the Library auditorium. The theme of the series is a Cinema and society a and the titles of the films 4735 Svetli Parkway we mini Thor it i Hall a Natl tip to. A a Mutt or Thi Osmo Ronnii a Namer of Cornea Ito s a move Fah Moi Gactick sport shoe special will be announced at a later Date. A film program will be presented on the first and third wednesday of each month from october through april 1965. Mrs. Thelma Tate has selected programs to cover several areas of interest in the Community. Some of the topics included Are a people places and pastimes a and a Man and other events for the year include the fundamental English classes and the pre school Story hour. The fundamental English classes will be held every tuesday and thursday at 6 45 . These classes Are sponsored by the Chicago Board of education. Mrs. Elizabeth p. Taylor children a librarian will conduct a weekly a pre school Story hours each tuesday at 10 30 . These events Are free and the Public is invited to participate in All of them. Compare with others at much higher prices Black sizes 5 to to the hit of the season. For Happy school Days ahead. Fine leather uppers Long wearing soles with new Cowboy Heel de sign. 813-23 w. 79th Street Chicago 4838 w. 95th Street. Oak Lawn Harvard Pat to hold season s 1st meeting the first meeting of the Harvard elementary school Pat will be held at 1 15 ., wednesday sept. 16, in the schools auditorium at 7525 j. Trahey principal of the school will be guest speaker. His topic will be a Welcome parents to our . Vally Maxwell 149 w. 74th St., is president of the Pat group. Keep flares Handy the Chicago motor club Points out that one safety precaution commonly neglected by motorists is having a Supply of red flares on hand to Mark the Road Side position of a car in Case of nighttime difficulties. Far maximum Protection against a sitting Duck accidents a disabled car on the Roadside at night should have on its lights and a flare should be placed some distance up the Road in the direction of oncoming traffic

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