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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 13, 1962, Chicago, Illinois Critically speaking a a about teenagers a too fad Quot Gimme that old time much has already been , twist Quot. About overcrowded. About the Snake another schools Quot to redistrict or go dance fad a it was Good shifts that is the a enough for the reptiles but. Quot. About radio Quot it la flunk _ a a a the new semester More this semester than color a a a television Ever a a about Chicago s weather 4t ,.,. A it rained so hard the other. About studying together a a Day the weather it was dry the coed studying what 5un�?Tf hot it r few to a eath. About the Flea dance humidify or it a and High. A a a a a a 1� a a a a a a a 1 i a a 1� a a �x1 a a a in a a a a aaa Central y opens English Institute thursday september 13, 1962 provident Quot Candy stripers ? ? ? ? ? r ? y ? y y ? ? v y v f v a v a or. W. Gregory Jones optometrist 7913 cottage Grove i 4-2448 nut Roll Central Myca 19 s. Lasalle Street has grouped sixteen classes for the foreign born into an a English language Institute a opening september 10th. The English language Institute will be an integral part of Vance Levels on Senten Ltd patterns speech and Reading and writing. Tuition is at the rate of $80.00 per course each semester. Students on a of a a visas must enrol for three courses. Credits earned in the English language Institute will count toward a. Fac Central Myca Junior col Are you being talked about. Jee Anco Central Myca High High school diploma. Students Are teachers parents friends school. Meeting four and one who have completed secondary saying that you re not the same half hours each Day the full pro school May enrol for credit Bright child that you got Plain 2ram study satisfies courses in the Central Myca dumb Over the summer0 requirement of the United Junior College As soon As they show them. Convince for to 1 t or them make them see you still student vis3i no is Dona cd a informal courses in Engin a a Nave of 1 Canar director of Central for the foreign born will also i. A / m us u s i Myca education. Ibe available through the learn Smars Here s of o do. Included in the curriculum ing for living program of in Are Able to pass the English Entrance examination. I�?o1 11 x4 it 1 1 1 11 1� it to 1 to it Hamburg s Sample coat Sale thursday Friday saturday september 13,14,15 gathered around the punch bowl at an informal reception Given in their Honor Are 10 of 34 teen age volunteers who donated More than 5,440 Man hours to provident Hospital during their summer vacation. The youth Ages 14 to 18, served As supplementary assistants to the professional staff on the wards and in the various divisions of the Hospital. Serving the teen agers called a Candy stripers for their red and White striped uniforms is adult Volunteer worker mrs. Agnes Spencer. From left Are Michael Howard 7103 Dobson Leeotis Cotton 6809 s. Dante Madelyn Smith 4614 s. Michigan Myrtle Rowell 5952 Peoria mrs. Spencer Camillo Calloway 4535 Wood Lawn Morras Brown Mildred Badley 6038 s. La Salle Jerolyn Howard 7103 Dobson Ruth Davenport 9847 Calumet and mrs. Evelyn Tobia seated grandmother of Myrtle Rowell. S. Calumet ave Cheryl Williams 6406 Drexel luxurious Sample Coats from America s finest makers. Exceptional fabrics finest furs mostly one of a kind just 47 fur trimmed Coats ordinarily sell from $119.95 to $159.95 luxurious Canadian beavers ranch autumn Haze or Cerulian minks norwegian Blue Fox. On precious fabrics. Just 71 untrimmed Coats ordinarily sell from $59.95 to $99.95 finest fabrics b v Forstman work mob hoc Kanum others. Imported Cashmere included. Hamburg s 6454 s. Halsted Stom hours thurs 11 . 9 30 . Pri amp set. 9 30 . Lay away or arrange Kasy credit thirty four teen agers last week put away their Candy striped uniforms and headed Back to school after donating More than 5,440 Man hours to provident Hospital 426 e. 51st St., during their summer vacation. The youth Ages 14 to 18, served As supplementary assistants to the professional staff on the wards and in the various divisions of the Hospital. Called a Candy stripers for their red and White striped uniforms the 33 girls and one boy were honoured with an informal reception in the Hospital s auditorium on their last Day of work. Included in the group was a brother and sister team Michael and Jerolyn Howard of 7130 s. Dobson ave. Unlike the so called popular trend among City teen agers dancing singing and funny Book Reading the popular hobbies of this group were free will study of the arts and sciences. Their hobbies include debating and platform mannerism civic work Anatomy portrait photography fashion designing studying outstanding and unique personalities and logical approaches to a race problems. Representing four elementary and eight High school provider s Candy stripers Are Camille Calloway 4535 Wood Lawn ave Marlena Ann Chandler 6953 s. Wabash ave. Charlie Mae Ishmael 1520 e. 68th St. Brenda Harris 6130 s. Kenwood ave. Varnice cart Horn 6200 s. Vernon ave. And Judy Hanson of 8018 s. Harvard. Others include Lavern Billingslea 102 w. Marquette re. Denise Bailey 7127 s. Sangamon St. Jackie Cole 7027 s Union ave. Sonja Boswell 222 e. 48th St. Artie Mae Broady 5134 s. Parkway Joyce Potts 4940 s. Champlain ave. Madelyn Smith 4614 s. Michigan ave. Mildred basely 6606 s. Marquette re. Annie c. Casey 6456 Parnell ave. Barbara Johnson 6038 s. Lasalle St. And Myrtle Rowell 5952 s. Peoria St. Judy Thomas 6514 s. Parkway Ruth Gwendolyn Daven blvd. Port 9847 a. Airmet ave. Betty Henry 9412 s. Lafayette ave. Doyler Hamby 737 e. 84th i. Michael and jerolyni56th St. Glenda m. White 7634 Howard 7130 s. Dobson . Dante ave. Sharon Thomas Teresa r. Knight 8504 s. Drexel 6046 s. Prairie ave. Cecilia blvd. Paula Wateree 8715 s. Willis 6114 s. May St. Sandra Calumet ave. Leeotis Cotton Buckner 8146 s. Rhodes ave. 6809 s. Dante ave. Phyllis and Marcella Crummie s. Enter the nut Roll Potery con Are sixteen courses at begin test there can be As Many As n i n intermediate and ad-50 winners. The contest starts today and ends automatically after the 50th Winner has been selected or in three weeks whichever is sooner. The first 10 winners will be printed in the nut Roll. 4 and the prizes. ,. And yes those grand fabulous prizes. Those Lucky winners. Anyway the prizes will Range from s.01 to .10. Here Are the rules 1. Poem must be no More than 60 words. 2. Poem must be typewritten. 3. Poem must definitely be original. 4. Included should be your formal adult education night a week. On Powell 6441 s. Drexel blvd. Name address phone age also Sharon Williams. 820 e. Grade and school. The sooner your entry gets to us the better the stamp will look but what does that have to do with the Price of potatoes anyway stay Sweet keep neat and if you Send this rhyme in your a cheat. Prairie ave. You win Quality insurance at Low Cost for careful 0rivers Champion new simplified package policy of automobile in Furance. Continuous Protection payable every six months fast fair claims service. Can you qualify for the Low rates it if you Art a careful Driver. See us. Richard e. Jones insurance Agency 7905 s. Cottage Grove ave. A 4-3739 for lowest prices always. R r 1 Community Chica Goland s 1st and largest discount Chain world famous b0rsalin0 and Knox where \ compare up to 30 v. A Jeff Carter custom tailors a not Semondi or rejects a fir a Quality now to Stylos a Rich fur foil hats in a Wido Var Loty of colors and Stylos Elsos 6% to 7j. A vory limited quantities. Como Early also at this Price men s slipcovers o Compart at $4.95 Toch a favorite a neck style a Quality knit Lamb s Wool a o popular colors in so and i a Mumm 100% Iamb s Wool my s coat sweaters a Compart at $m5t a specially Purchase i a full Cut sins so ii o Rich soft and warm i specially purchased fall and Winter suits a the very latest styles in sults a new Semi natural shoulders a 3 Button front a narrow lapels a finest Wool worsted in solids stripes checks sharkskin a newest shades 35 of 44, regular Long and Short. 79 bought at auction prices to save you More a it a it it v it fantastic selections Winter jackets o compare at $22.95 each o Ideal for fall Wear too o choose from All the new colors styles 0 34-46 Early season savings Thermal underwear o compare at $1.69 Eachl e 100% Cotton genuine Illic circular knit for warmth i o shirts or drawers sol % a 6405 South Halsted Street thursday sept. 13 Friday sept. 14 saturday sept. 15 known for a Quality famous Brand men s i Advance season special buys on top Quality men s free gifts for All topcoats i sport shirts a \ made to measure suits amp overcoats made to measure pants 59 and up $1695 each open a credit account my one pair of custom made pants with any suit or coat open a credit account for 2 pair $30�o i or 1 v Vav m a f a ? a \ compare at $45.00 compare at or \ i �1 a in a specially purchased a Choice of Raglan or set in Siervo styling a imported scottish two Ede and finest work mob Woolen fabrics a solids diagonals in 36-46, a i six Long Solevo styling a Quality was in Wear la smartly Saddle stitched a gabardine dabbles and iridescent fabrics a Siree so l and Ali a is Sif Ouk comply Fri unt of fun s a Patil hawking Knox hats 6 Manhattan shirts meet George Altman slugging cub outfielder thursday night a sept. 13 at the Halsted St. Store Money saving Coupon Saluki men s zip out lined Raincoat a a compare at $16.951 a Wool lined a Fine combed Cotton outer Shell tan or Hack in 31 to 44, Reg. To Long Only at Storo listed Lelow with Coupon Down reserves any. Purchase on Community s Handy lat a Way Puni a a in a. It in get a free autographed pictures Jeff Carter custom tailors 6405 s. Halsted St. For the address of the Community discount store nearest you please see opposite Page 1 i

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