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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 23, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Be a the bulletin. Thursday. September is. Msj final clearance of whole House air conditioning prices drastically reduced buy now pay no Money til next Spring up to 5 years to pay attend the Church of your Choice a we handle All nationally rated and accepted brands. Call now for free estimates 3-1300 ask 5-1563 a fun 9-0785 Racine heating and air conditioning 8030 s. Racine Bonds mature series e and h United states savings Bonds outstanding include More than $20 billion which already have passed their original maturity Date and Are being held by their owners in Extension periods. Those Bonds continue to earn interest. Mib ii ii Quot Iff i n ii i ii Iii to Jiff i in. Burglar alarms Auto burglar alarms Hornblower and Siren to protect tires a doors Hood trunk ignition prompt list Allazio guaranteed Call Mcadams St 3-0192 612 East 75h� Street Katy terms available thank you party Bacon in education conference a i v a i a shop bulletin want ads Anil save a thank you party was held by the members of the 8200 Champlain Block club sunday september 12. A a. Enjoying the festivities from left to right Are or. And mrs. Eugene Hurley guests from the 7300 Rhodes Block club or. And mrs. Ernest Samuels 8225 Champlain miss Cordia Miller 8207 Champlain and mrs. Elmira Theus 8210 Champlain president. Amber bakery 8246 cottage Grove open 5 . A i do our own raking St. Marks to present annual citizenship Brunch Ltd a Ltd a Ltd a Ltd a Ltd a Ltd it it it Itji a Church 8441 St. Lawrence will no present its annual citizenship to 4-6777 5 i Brunch on saturday september the St. Mark comp Christ Unity Temple 8601 so. State 487-0030 Rev. Johnnie Coleman minister sunday school 10 30 30 . And 12-1 . Morning warship 10 30 .-11 30 . And 12-1 . Wednesdays a 8 . A a a a a Emmanuel Community 7158 s. Champlain no 7-5992 rav. Daman v. Seabrook pastor sunday school 10 30 . Worship 11 15 . Quot la god we put our Trust. In Tbs Community we give our service always striving to exalt humanity spiritually and a a a a a Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8100 St. 1awrence a 3-2660 sunday Bibl school 9 30 .�?divino worship 8 1 s . And 10 45 . A a a a a Antioch missionary Baptist 415 w. End Elwood to 3-4433 Rev. W. N. Daniels pastor sunday Church school 9 . A worship 10 45 . Prayer meeting a wednesday 7 . Radio broadcasts station Bee sundays 8 . Daily 9 30 . A 11 33 . A a a a a Ingleside Whitfield methodist 929 e. 761b to 4-8310 Rev. Gerald h. Brantford minister Sun. School 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 a a a a a Kelly methodist 6953 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins Mel. Ter Church school 9 30 .�?worship 10 45 . A a a a a Maryland Aye. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3-0677 Rev. David d. Cuvo pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 ass. And 7 30 pub wednesday 7 30 pm. A a a a a Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd he 3-3635 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 .�?worship 10 55 a a a a a la your Church listed it can be. At a very nominal rate Nith your Church events presented each week under Church notes. Cost of the bulletin Church directory is without a con tract. New people Are moving into the bulletin communities every Day and most of the families look for the Church of their Faith listed in their new Community a newspaper. You could be missing new members by not listing your Church today. For More information phone miss Anderson St 3-1040. 6201 s. Throop David i. Ready Sun. School 9 30 . Rev. R. H. King . Sunday school 9 30 . A a a a a Vincent methodist 657 e. 91st place Rev. Phillip e. Sounders pastor Rev. Bruce d. Christie asst pastor Church school 9 45 . Worship la . Nursery facilities available j25, at 11 00 . In Fellowship Hall of the Church. The Brunch sponsored by the i Christian social relations department of the woman a society of Christian service and the commission on Christian social concerns is a Community ii citizenship Brunch was first conceived to stimulate and league exec Dies after Long illness Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 Norman a. Nilsono to Tor sunday school a Bibl classes 9 30 ., warship 9 30 All . A a a a a St. Mark s evangelical lutheran 8800 s. Langley a 3-2246 Richard j. Winsor pastor Sar Voca with holy communion 8 30 . Sunday school a adult classes 9 30 . Family worship la . A a a a a mount Carmel . 6159 s. Ada St. I 6-3232 t. C. Lightfoot sr., Church school 9 15 .�?�?Twor.i.ip la . Prayer meeting wednesdays 7 45 . A a a a a St. John .e. A 5-3705 Linister worship 10 45 a a a a a Bethlehem covenant presbyterian Church 7300 a Maryland he 3-2359 Rev. Lynward Stevinson pastor Ernest w. Glenn. . Minister sunday school 9 30 . Morning worship la a jul. Attended Nursery during worship a a a a a St. George episcopal 847 e. 76th St 3-3641 Low mass b . A Sung mass to . Sunday school for children a adults 9 . A a a a our redeemer lutheran 6430 s. Harvard to 3-5566 Rev. Milton Gunderman pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 4s . A a a a of St. Phillip s lutheran 6232 s. Eberhart a 4-5216 a life devoted to making the american dream a reality for All people ended last monday with the death of mrs. Odessa Cave Evans 6359 Rhodes who succumbed after a three year fight with cancer. Mrs. Evans 55, was comptroller and administrative assistant for the Chicago Urban league where she had worked for the past 38 years. Services will be held Friday september 24, to . At the Salem lutheran Church 318 e ii 74th St. The Rev. Norman Nelson will preside. A special serv ice will be held today thursday september 23, at the Jack son funeral Home 7350 cottage Grove at 8 . In Honor of mrs. Evans memory the Urban league offices at 4500 Michigan and 2400 w. Madison will be closed Fri Day the Day of the funeral As a youngster fresh out of High school in 1927, mrs. Evans began her Long association wit the Urban league As a switchboard operator. Edwin c. Berry executive d Rector of the Urban league credits mrs. Evans As being one i of two people who helped Bridge the Gap Between the old and the new Urban league during its reorganization in 1956 a during her period of illness Odessa was determined to make a smooth transition of her duties to others. She worked from Home and Hospital to the very end in the interest of the league a Berry stated. M e t h o d i s encourage All citizens to Register and vote. Since one of the the Community and involve it self in pertinent issues. Theme of the affair is a crisis in the minister Rev. Maceo d. Pembroke and the associate minister the Rev Gerald Forshey actively participate in Many Community affairs. The problems of securing Quality education for All children is the area of concern for the sponsoring St. Mark organizations. The speakers for the program Are Albert Raby convenor for the coordinating Council of o in m u n i t y organizations George Ricks teacher and member of the human relations department of the Board of education and attorney James w. Clement member of the Board of education. The Moderator is James w. Wagner Community resource specialist of the Chicago Urban league. Any interested person is invited to come and participate. A delectable Brunch will be served. So that adequate preparations May be made please Telephone i 6-2992 or he 8-6319, for reservations. Of St. Mark is to administer to area resident and Chicago school Board member Warren Bacon 316 e. 89th St. Will participate in a City wide conference to assess the teaching learning situation in Chicago a ghetto schools. The conference scheduled for oct. 23, at 9 . Will be held at Center for continuing education 1307 e. 60th St. And will be sponsored by the teachers com my tree for Quality education. A so slated to participate Are Edwin Berry executive director to the Chicago Urban league or. Robert Havighurst author of a Chicago school re port bearing his name Lerone Bennett jr., historian Ster Ling Stuckey of the Amistad society and Gerald Bullock of the Chicago teachers Union. The conference is comprised of Chicago area teachers dedicated to according to Toqe a closing the Gap Between the Quality of education of negro students in inner City Public schools and other students of More affluent school districts of Kelly Church to hold fete a Pew rally and Flower festival will be held Day sept 26. From 4 to 7 j at the Kelly methodist Cli 6955 South Park. Guest up will be the Rev. John c Guson pastor of the n Park methodist Church Union. The rally will be foiled the Flower show. Flowers designs will be exhibit leading area florists. Member of the Corniff Are mrs. Hallie b. Be 6053 South Park mrs. Lit Dotson 326 e. 71st St. Sylvia Cunningham 7752 Rie mrs. Alberta Smith Dorchester Vern Mitchell South Park and mrs. G Hall 9435 Rhodes. Refreshments will be following the Flower show Tui bit area Mission to Host festival a the sole purpose of the Church in its relationship to the world will be the topic of discussion at the festival of missions oct. 8-10, in the Fellowship Bible Mission 1142 e. 82nd St. William Mcghee 1205 e. 82nd St., an associate worker at the Mission said that nearly a Hundred missionaries and missionary aids Are needed for work in Africa Australia India latin America and other locations throughout the world. A the festival will hopefully add to the number of Volunteer missionaries from this area said Mcghee. At the festival missionary films and slides taken in Africa the Holyland and other places will be shown. Everyone is invited to attend the third annual event. Mrs. Elizabeth Millet is director of the Mission. Special collect the University of ii bands Library has spe4" sections of John Philip Herbert Clarke and a Harding. Protect Yourse from the rain let us waterpr0i your Garmen Rhode clean 514 e. 79th St. I Between Rhodes fir a both so our Market fisheries House of 75 seafood items fresh and Frozen from amp Louisiana a Florida a new York and Chicago area a Silver Bass a Pike a red snapper a Buffalo a Lake Trout o butterfish a Catfish a Perch a Florida Mullet a Whitefish a Black sea Bass a Forgie. Etc. 7129 s. State St. He 3-3233 in i 2 a things to make yet child s party a such ii 1,000 party favors Only layaway for Xmas now leotards amp Ballet shoe All new go Joe cloth Mattel toy headquarter Ltd a Ltd a 11708-10 ? re 4-4519 e. 79th is 5-9 Drivers wanted Day or Niu excellent earnings Bej Jhk location Abernathy taxi Assn inc. A too s. Parkway he 7-9000 33rd a s. Parkway a 6-4000 m.ed., Paster worship la . I 6-6020 ills lifts is nobody a Home. Autumn is the season when a squirrels fancy sprightly turns to his stomach. To put it in a nutshell that a the heart of a Rul letter the naughty but resourceful squirrels instinct. Frantic for Fatback and groovy for High living Youthful Bull Etter a bulletin a Field resource Many in the undercover world a with a hard nose for tasty new bits moves in for the kill the big bite. Furry hero started building up his autumn stockpile. His layaway plan his do it yourself will Call plan. At 8200 Block club party at 8225 Champlain. And to those w to spurn fanciful flight and think we have swooped off the beaten Groove or path and think we be flipped our wigs and have gone nuts we can Only say a a ainu to nobody Here but us chickens a boys wanted routes available in Park Manor Chatham Englewood in in in in in in in in in in in in it in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in. Do Yon have an ambitious boy who would like to have in business of his own Thoro Are bulletin routes available in your neighbourhood. Your boy can earn his own Money and gain valuable business experience that will be a big help to Bim As he gets older. Ask for the circulation depart meat or apply in person at 639 t 71st St. A ottimo a a 9 30 . Doily u Nom saturday is. Just Hava him Call St 3-1040 a

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