Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on January 19, 1965 · 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · 6

Publication:
Location:
Chicago, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 19, 1965
Page:
6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

6 - Section 1 CHICAGO TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1965 FOR AN ALL-HI-TIIE-EAR HEARiriG AID HO CORDS! NO TUBMGI NO CLOTHIH& NOISEI If our evaluation of your hearing qualifies you for a hearing aid, you may wear-test the hearing aid recommended for as long as 30 days before purchase. Audivoi Hearing AWi are It-caned eader patents of American Telephoae & Telegraph, Western Electric Co. Inc.. and Mil Telephone la bo. stories. Inc. COMB IN OR PHONE FOB AN APPOINTMENT TO MEET YOUR CONVENIENCE AUDIPHONE UTILITIES 55 I. WASHINGTON ST. Room 730 Chicago 2. III. CI 4-24 1 7 WHAT BETTER JOB THAN CIVIL SERVICE? Can You Qualify? You Can Be Trained To Pass The Examinations. WANTED! AMBITIOUS MEN t WOMEN 18 55 NO EXP. NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR EXAMINATIONS FOR: CITY POLICE STATE POLICE POST OFFICE OFFICE CLERKS hosp. amaos. uiuir assts. CUSTOMS CUIKS SCHOOL CUAIOS STENO TYPISTS OTHERS! TRAIN UNTIL APPOINTED. PNME.WMTE O APPLY OUI OFFKtS. roa job ust a quauftinc list. MAIN OFFICE SECURITY TRAINING INSTITUTE ILLINOIS STATE APPROVED 431 S. Dearborn Sr. Chicago 5 PHONES HA 7-626 HA 7-6402 All that is fine in aining Enior French. Con tinental and Amarican cuisina sarvad in a classic tatting with impaccabia servica. RESTAURANTS HARTFORD BUILDING 365 W. MONROE AT W ACKER DRIVE MAITRE D' CE 4-071 CLOSED SUNDAY COMPLIMENTARY DINNCR PARKING a operation of Si J bo Food Services. Inc. , ADVERTISEMENT J Your '65 guide r to federal income taxes You'll face tax-time problems a lot easier if you've read the regular Family Money Management section of February Better Homes & Gardens magazine. It clearly explains all tax changes and how to take advantage of all legitimate tax benefits. Learn about exemptions, deductions and the best way to figure your tax. Also read "How much can a credit bureau find out about vou? in February Better Homes Gardens on sale now! Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, m pleasant alkaline (non-acidl powder, holds false teeth more firmly .To est and talk In more torn fort. Just sprinkle a little FAS-TEETH on your plates. No gummy. ooey. pasty taste or feeling. Checks "piste odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any dnis: counter I AUVEKT1XEMK.NTI PRIVATE to VJomcn Thousands of women find speedy relief from the physical distress of Irregular, scanty, or painful menses due to functional disorders by taking HUMPHREYS a eantle. non-hor monal, homeopathle remedy. At all orug stores, no prescription neeaea. For home delivery of the Tribune, dial 222-4100 WILLIS TELLS OF 2 ATTACKS ON TEACHERS Plans to Confer with Police Supt. Wilson Continued from first page ' the parents," said John Des-'. mond, the union official. "This I could come thru adult educa-;tion programs, the PTAs, or the churches. These people could help a great deal in educating parents to the responsi-1 bility of their children while in j the schools." 3 Attackers in Court Three juveniles appeared in Family court yesterday on charges they repeatedly beat and kicked a south side principal Jan. 8. Judge Daniel Mc-Namara made a finding of delinquency and set Feb. 1 for disposition of the case. The boys, two 12 and the other 14, are being held in the Audy home. The victim of the attack was Edward D. Brady, 38, principal of Goethals Vocational Guidance and Education center, 6308 Stewart av. Last week Willis Summers, 17, was sentenced to a year in the county jail for an attack on James P. Maloney. 34. princi pal of McKinley, Upper Grade Center, 2040 Adams st. 7 FEARED DEAD AS FREIGHTER, TANKER CRASH LE HAVRE, France, Jan. 19 Tuesday (UPD The American freighter Lucille Bloomfield collided with the French gasoline tanker Port Manech m the mouth of Le Havre harbor last night. The French tanker burst into flames and officials said today seven persons were feared dead. Authorities said there were no injuries aboard the Lucille Bloomfield, 6,103 tons, out of Galveston, Tex., but two persons aboard the tanker died of burns and five crewmen were missing. Six of the tanker's 20 survivors were in serious condition in a Le Havre hospital. Authorities said the Lucille Bloomfield rammed the stern of the 2,000-ton Port Manech, causing an explosion and fire. The Lucille Bloomfield picked up the French survivors, including two women, who were transferred to tugs while the burning tanker was abandoned and drifted out with the tide. A flash fire ignited the prow of the Lucille Bloomfield, but it was quickly extinguished. Officials said the only damage to the freighter was a hole in the bow. HOSPITAL HERE MAY BE CLOSED B YHEALTH UNIT The United States Public Health Service hospital at 4141 Clarendon av. is slated for closing within the next three or four years according to an announcement in Washington last night. Dr. Joseph A. Barnes, acting medical director, said that he had not been informed of plans to close the facility, along with six other public health service hospitals, most of them in the south. The first hospital was built in 1852 and was leveled by the Chicago fire in 1871. It was rebuilt and was known as the marine hospital until recent years. It cared for seamen and other persons designated by Congress. Ends World Study Tour TOKYO, Jan. 18 Reuters The Seven Seas, a 12,575-ton floating university, today left Yokohama for Honolulu after completing a round-the-world study tour with 250 American and Canadian professors and students aboard. Safeguards Asked Against Bias in Trade Schools An attemnt to set tro safe guards against any discrimina tion in apprentice training pro grams oi unions in public schools will be made by school board committee, it was announced yesterday. The committee approved the action after two hours of ar gument about the extent of the school board's responsibility to guard against exclusion of Ne- rn-oes from the training classes. Students may not be enrolled in the trade schools without union approval. The Chicago Commission on Human Relations noted that of 2,238 apprentices in 17 trades enrolled last year in the Wash-burne Trade school, 3233 W. 31st st, only 110 were Negroes. Cites Legal, Moral Duty William R. Ming Jr., of the commission, said the board had a legal and moral duty to ascertain whether the unions were discriminating. Thomas J. Murray, a school board member and president of local 134 of the Electrical Workers union, objected. He noted that unions with apprentices in the program must file affidavits with the board Rub out pain of stiff.hurting muscles with Musterole's SUB-SURFACE WARMTH ! Diagram anew bleed veseei M mkM. Mintmle dilatee wmli atira circulation ta stimulate heal ins I It rouses capillaries to rush mors blood to your congested muscles. ..while its modern analgesics soothe away achy soreness, so you'll relax and sleep. When sore, achy muscles throb with pain, they need Musterote' blood-rousing warmth ... plus its pain-tubduing analgesic action, t MUSTEROLE DRAWS healing blood to the painful area. Acts with "Vgling sub-surface warmth a mustard plaster-type of warmth but with a modern twist. 2. SMOOTHS AWAY pain with the lulling action of (alkylates and yhet medically-approved pain relieving ingredients. As a result, achy feelings fade. Muscles relax. You fed loosened up. warmed, comforted. Musterolo brings welcome temporary relief to minor arthritis pain and rheumatic discomfort, too. And remember CHEST COLD DISTRESS responds quickly to Musterole's sub-surface warmth. Stainless. Comes in 3 strengths. Strong. Regular. And Child's Mild. Get Musterole...rub out pain fasti A quality product of Plough. Inc. Our name farMusttnWt MMlgtsJc. counter-irritant action. BP 3 HELICOPTER FIRMS REQUEST FEDERAL FUNDS Three helicopter lines, in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York announced yesterday they will seek 13M million dollars from the federal government during the next five years. Chicago Helicopter Airways, which will receive an $800,000 subsidy during the current fiscal year, has requested $2,825,-000 during the next five years. New York Airways is seeking $5,660,000 during the next five years and Los Angeles Airways is asking for $5,015,000 for the period. 1 that they do not discriminate. "We are interested in civil rights, but we are going far afield if we say a certain number of apprentices must be Negro," Murray said. "That's not the board's responsibility." There were 590 apprentice electricians in the Washburne program last year, of whom 24 were Negro. No Affidavits, He Says Murray was supported by Thomas Nayder, secretary of the Chicago Building Trades council, who said local unions have made "much progress" in complying with federal civil rights laws. Ming maintained, however, that affidavits were not enough. He said the board needs a set of . working rules for insuring an absence of discrimination in unions using public school facilities. In a federal District court case last year, involving Negroes who were rejected by a union, Ming added, it was proved that the union had never filed the required affidavit. Murray said that any board interference with union membership practices could lead the unions to abandon Wash burne and set up tbeir.own schools. "You wouldn't help civil rights," he said. "You'd just complicate the problem." Make 3 Attempts to Derail Dutch Trains UTRECHT, Holland, Jan. 18 Reuters Three- abortive attempts were made over the week-end to derail Dutch trains by laying railroad ties across the tracks. Police blame lunatics or hooligans. i II af L!C MiMOUS LaNSMARK for Good Feed and Old World A tamp hart ft DIMEl MUSIC Streflioi Violinist BLACK FOREST 263 N. Clark St. OI -7t30 Aaeie Parana j t. M-'-1f df Srvssw Ifc WHEN YOU TRAVEL THROUGH PHILADELPHIA Washington, D.C or Dallas Luxurious rooms Fine restaurants Convention facilities Free parking Perfect servica At i&u4. i4- jjarriott MOTOW HOTEL For Reservations: MO 4-5100 I A gift from Peacocks will please ; ll j : : Needlepoint on Wicker A beautiful find is this delightful, new Magid handbag creation ideal for travel to sunny climes now, for summer later on. A capacious 14 by 10 by 4Vi" smart attache style in wicker, appropriately lined with burlap, its hand worked floral needlepoint placque is in shades of pink, blue, yellow and green on a white, beige or black background. White or natural wicker with natural bamboo handles; black wicker with black bamboo handles. Reasonably, 30 pls 10 Federal To. Add 4 Slate To. far lllineis delivery Add 75i for sendiflf beyond delivery eree CD. PEACOCK State and Monroe CE 6-00G5 In the suburbs Oakbrook 654-0605 Hubbard Woods -VE 5-1825 Old Orchard OR 4-6500 Open 5 Nights a Week, Monday Thru Friday, 9:30 A.M. to 9.30 P.M. State Street Monday, Thursday, Friday, 9:15 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. rsatile color, i .en . . .Oil- : i.iJi . t f yy o -? Give your wardrobe a mid-winter lift ... with soft, subdued pink! See Snap-Tab or Lynn collars in Dura-Ion polyester and combed cotton broadcloth the wash-and-wear blend in rich solid color pink or choose combed cotton broadcloth in woven pink stripes. Regular cuffs, single chest pocket. Ideal Valentine's Day gift! In half sizes HVz thru I6V2. CHARGE IT! on Sears Revolving Charge Account -.11 ! r i - - . ' -y. if A. . V , I Jit I 'Mi ii hi fi'N. MW sT .aaV fc at- ' S . r-. -. i iiv , . f n a J ? 1 ' W aV 1 f' ''l ' i'JS" 398 l I W jft fj: j ; ,; 'I "' III,! Ml m a ( : fe ' fK2-y W W rf'-iiL p!i'vr! 1 fry m - . w Black Ties - f J ' Mith pink highlights. ' i I J sa1 X- ;iM. In popular widths. . , I j : r y f- ir ' x y y a po L tiph , , y 1 ; j At SZABS 8at!afetts Caaraaleed Tear 5f aey Baek Sfcap at SEABS aael Save Ymn Can Caaat Tm far Qaalit y UvacssATaV uveas fabx jUJrixaHWOT cotr-arax txmooo cmstbeet 7M stsxet Auaooa; fask roatsT homaji Arc. state sr. cast, bvx Mitt irrevjM IMSVae . WWaiA M4 Meat IMa Mel rMSi lal . Talaa SU aa Caaajaa v MffM V JfifaaajMS AVa Haaaajaf V Vajtefv w awajsaf V aVavhww mm atM WaaiBB - a ArtaMCMaj taaa Staas v mimmwwp f .1 TuJaaa) xfiiii Tms-4eo bim um;n umw 747-sooa am wai ias aaMai t to BTUS4UI

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Chicago Tribune
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free