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Carol Hinderlie - «"4 PERFORM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL — Five...
«"4 PERFORM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL — Five members of 9th grade Y-Teens of Marshall Junior High School presented a play to members of the Janesville Area Human Rights Council last night in the Rock County Bank Community room. Appearing in "A Question of Values," were, from left, Sue Armstrong, Drika Overton, Patty Pake, Kris Skyles and Carol Hinderlie. Bonnie Rupp and Gayle Griffith also participated. (Gazette Photo) Priest Human Again Heads s Unit Right The Rev. Gilbert Carlton, pastor of St. John Vianney Church, was reelected president of the Janesville Area Human Rights Council at its annual meeting last night in the Rock County Bank community room. Also reelected were Richard Hartung, vice president, and Mrs. T. R. James, secretary- treasurer. Grace McLay, chairman of the education committee, reported on a project of writing to schools affiliated with the United Negro College Fund and informing them of openings in the Janesville school system. She said several replied expressing interest. A play, "A Question of Values," written for the National Conference of Christians and Jews, was presented by a group of 9th grade Y-Teens from Marshall Junior High School. They were directed by Mrs. Thomas Berg, Y-Teen director. Leading characters are a Prot­ estant, a Catholic, a Jew, and a Negro. The cast was Sue Armstrong, Carol Hinderlie, Patty Pake, Kris Skyles, Bonnie Rupp, Gayle Griffith and Drika Overton. Republican Club Opens Office in Cullen Building Republican Club of Rock County and Janesville has opened a permanent office in Room 304 of the Cullen Building, 306 W. Milwaukee St. The office will be open Monday through Friday mornings, the year around. It will be staffed by volunteers. The new office will be the center of Republican clerical activities, a general meeting place and a reference center for general information. Beach, Pool Tickets To Go on Sale For those who think summer will come, Lions Beach and pool tickets will go on sale Monday in the office of the city recreation department, Room 1, Marshall Junior High School. The department recommends that tickets be purchased next week to avoid the long lines on opening day at the beach. The swimming programs will be conducted at the beach, Janesville High School and Franklin Junior High School pools. The beach will be open from noon Thursday, June 8, through Aug. 27. Pools will be open June 25 through Aug. 20, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Sundays and Fridays, 1:30 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Lions Beach season tickets for residents will be $1.50 for children and students, including 1967 graduates, $2 for adults

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 12 May 1967, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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