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   Economist (Newspaper) - June 29, 1960, Chicago, Illinois                               locks A Penny for bur Thoughts Each person Is given a penny for his or her thoughts. Today's Interviews were conducted in shopping plaza and on a The question YOU THINK PRESIDENT EISENHOWER COULD BE REELECTED IF THE LAW I DETAILS IN COL PAGE I Member Accredited Community of Atnerice. Inc. Copyrifbt I960 By South to wo lac. AU VOLUME 47 72ft W. 65th Tel. HUttton 7.1400 JUNE 1960 10e 40 In Two Sectiont ames route think yes. he's a good president -for one thing and in he's done a lot of good for the country. I don't think of any other man right now who could the way the country is think- SMITH ing. I think Ei- senhower would be the most ualified at the tbert fill- -station I'm uite sure he could be reelected. Ithough this ast issue was ind of a e still made lots f friends while e traveled round the Pa- ific. He has a remendous per- onality. I can't h i n k of any ther Republican A Sting In The Whole Batch ROBERT PAPPAS Pd want right Mrs. M. Oak I'm having 50th wedding anniversary Saturday so that's the biggest thing on my mind today. Could Mr. Eisen- h o w e r be re- I don't see why not. I think -he's done such a wonderful job in the anyone could do we'd get SR. think letter. Maybe I think the Mrs. Charles Oak awn. don't think .e'd be reelected. irestige of 'the' is the I it's ever My opinion the man has efinitely ihanged since his first election. We Leed in the Pres- 'ncy someone has tact and 'i 'r'rV City Pole Blocks His New Garage A misplaced light pole which blocks easy access to his new garage is only one of the troubles besetting James E. of -4601 S. LeClaire in a two-year old argument with the city of-.Chicago. an industrial engineer and father of four said he was told Tuesday he must to pay for relocation of the although an inspector from the electricity bureau admitted his contention the pole had been improperly placed was correct.' The pole is standing seven feet west of the alley line behind his home when it should be just two feet away. won my argument with the inspector but unless I can get some high-placed city official to save me from the cost of replac- ing the pole I'll be billed Detective Wounded In Gun Battle DetectiveHenry of 2028 W. 69th was wounded in the face and shoulder early Mon- day when he tried with two other detectives from the burglary de- tail to stop a jealous husband on a shooting rampage. Police said the Layman later shot himself to death when-police surrounded his home at 514 S. Denvir ave. Police said Hill and his wife of 225 S. Homan were estranged. They said Hill suspected she was keeping com- pany with Sylvester so he waited in ambush in front of the latter's address at 3005 Fifth ave. When. Welch and his Willie came out to enter a Hill allegedly shot and wounded both with an auto- p matic shotgun. The three who were investigating a break-in in the he said ruefully. really can't heard the shot and tried to afford seize Hill. He fired on the de- wounding Brinker. Then he fled to his where he exchanged more shots with police. Sgt. Frank Sheahan of the West side detective bureau said an ex- amination of bullets taken from Pota said he was looking for an early showdown with the city on the pole because W. 46th st. is soon to be paved by special as- with his share of tfae cost estimated at He said he does not want to have the new curbing removed head showed they came froni gun. r' ff m m I CHAKLES O'CONNOR Leonicio South don't think so. I an't tell you the I just have.a feeling. It is the way I feel. People think the slow down we have in steel making is be- cause of the com- ing election. Some people are being laid off. VALEZ I've been work- ing 26 I'm cut down to days a i r i W- While hundreds of hees swarm around Sister Mary Euphrasina and Matt neither wor- What's the They explain that hefore leaving the hive the hees feed upon honey and be- come so heavy tliey find it difficult to move their hodies to sting. o Pave 13 In Southtown Ordinances for the paving oi 13 Southtown alleys were passed by the city council at its recent each of the alleys a is to be constructed before it is paved The alleys to be improved are Described as follows an the en- tabling Alleys between W. Root sU W. 43rd sU S. Wallace and 'S. Lowe ave. Alleys between W. 47th sU W. st S- Maplewood and W. 56th S. Kilbourn and S. Kolrnar Ibckwdl st. Alles bclwccn W. 55th Bees are easy to handle and do not you know some- thing about them. This t is a point Sister Mary Euphrasina of the St. Casimir mother house. 2601 W. Marquette and Matt 3513 W. 74th are illustrating in the photograph as they transfer swarming bees to a convent hive. The bees were reported Sun- day swarming around the queen bee in a tree near 6505 S. Uni- versity ave. Peterlin. who works as a gasoline station is also connected with the Chicago Beekeepers association. He was called to the scene and soon had the bees control. Peterlin removed the tree limb on which the bees had lo- cated and shook them on to sec- tions before transferring them to a hive owned by the Casi- mir home. He and Sister Euph- who is in charge of the bee hives at the performed their delicate task without get- ting one sling. Peterlin said bees usually swarms in the seeking larger quarters than their native hive. Before departing they feed upon honey and become so heavy they find it difficult to move their bodies to he said. the queen bee on a sec- tion and the rest can be handled very he explained. always follow the queen Peterlin estimated there were bees on the or enough to fill about eight hives. In the sisters' hives pro- duced about 160 gallons of honey. ______ _ First Group Or Boys Leaves For Galesburg Police Camp structor at Von Steuben .High school. Camp as it is and was named after the forest in the legend of Robin Karlov Alleys between W. 561h W. ifa S. Melvina and S. Merrimac ave. AHeys between W. 62nd st. W. 63rd S. PuJaski and Komensky ave. Alleys between W. 7413-j 75th sU S. Halted and S. Mfreen st______________ Knights Schedule Two-State Picnic The annual picnic of the Illi- nois-Indiana district of the Knights of Lithuania will be held July 4th in the Wi33ow West Grove in Willow 111. Buses will leave from W. 471h and S. Campbell ave. at a.m. and from W. Washienaw ave. at p.m. Refreshments and meate wil.- 'available al ihe picnic. C. 5J31 S. Sawyer ave. In charge. Forty boys between the ages of JO and 16 left Monday for the Illinois Police Associa- tion Youth camp near Gales- burg. This was the first of sev- Hood. Members of the camp contingents of wnder-pnv- jcwnmSUce jnciude James iloged youngsters Jrom iheSowlih Bombrick and Sgt. Russdi Bar- of Sgt. Kenneth cniov 12 day stays at the Oak and Pa- uroilTTjan Peter Seeiey of Tin ley wilh expenses paid by police association. According to Patrolman Ed- ward 3855 W. 110th chairman of the 13ie camp has the latest cooking and first aid. Newly-elected officers of the Auxiliary Seats The boys will have instruc- tion in swim- and wall enjoy baseball and other Vw reation. The camp is Alfred a physical education in- WEIGHT LIMIT with a weight in excess tons would be barred from V. 55th st between S. Kedzie and Keelcr under the terms an ordinance introduced at the ocent meeting of the city and referred to the commit- 2652 W. 22nd on traffic and safety. Sisters of St Joseph Auxiliary were installed recently. They Mrs. Ray 2574 S. Looinis Mrs. Malcolm 8216 S. Hermitage first vice-presi- Mrs. Edward 5643 S. Honore second vice-presi- Mrs. WaUer 4125 W. 5Slra pi John 916 W. 31st corresponding Mrs. S. 2312 S. Throop Mrs. Charles J. 4421 S. Harlem aveM and Mrs. A. sergeanl-at- have to pay to replace when the pole is relocated. not Fota added. want the alley .re- paved and that will cost ah an- other Where am J. going to all that I have .to get a break from the city on the cost of relocating the j Fota a daughter died of a heart complication last year. debts on that were con- he raising my present family of four chil- dren costs plenty of OK Sidewalk Construction Construction of concrete side- walks six feet wide and one foot from the lot line in several Southtown streets was authorized by the city counciL Locations in which the side- walks are to be built are as fol- West side of S- Menard ave. from the north curb line of W. 59th to south line of the fiist alley north of W- 59th st. Both sides of S. Monitor ave. from the south curb line of. W. 55th st. to the north curb line of 59lh st Both sides of S. Mayfield ave. Irom the south curb line of W. 56th st. to the north curb line of W. 59th st. Both sides of S. Mason ave. from the south curb line of W. 55th st. to the north curb line of W. 59th st. East side of S. Austin ave. from the south curb line of W. 55th si. to the north curb line of W. 59th st. South side of W. 55th st. from the west curb line of S. Monitor ave. to the east curb line of S. Mayfield ave. Both sides of W. 56th st. from the west curb line of S- Menard ave. to the east curb line of S. Austin ave. Both sides of W. 57th st. from the west curb line of S. Menard east curb line of ave. to the Austin ave. Both sides of W. 58th st. from the west curb line of S. Menard ave. to the east curb line of S. Austin North side of W. 59th st from the west curb line of S. Menard east curb line of S. WANT ADS DON'T TAKE HOLIDAYS to the Austin ave. the new church. Fota said when the light pole was erected in the alley two years ago he pointed out to work- ers for a contracting firm doing the job the pole was being mis- placed. He of them told 'Don't worry. The pole will be Fota said he took the man at bis word. Last March he applied for a building permit for the and also for a driveway permit. The building peraiit was ap- proved and he built the garage. But then the city denied him a driveway permit because of the pole. Fota called everybodr in City Hall I could think of. I tried the mayor's office Monday-and some young lady told 'We'll Jook into it.7 That's an answer I've been getting from them Jshut off. New Church To Build Edifice t City water and sewer- permits were granted without charge by the city coim- cil to St. Rene's-Roman Catholic H. church for the construction of a edifice at 6340. S. New England ave. Ground was broken recently for the new church by the pas- tor. Rev. Edward M. who says Mass in the basement of the 6350 S. New England ave. Work has already begun on Set Hours Warn Fines May Follow r The city water board has an- nounced the regular Summer schedule is now in effect for sprinkling of lawns. Water sprinklers may bt turned on daily from 5 to 7 a.m.f 2 to 4 and to p.m. A board official said the sched- ule is a matter of city ordinance and warned offenders liable to fines up to will be in effect through Sept. he we ex- pect homeowners to cooperate at they have in the He said there was no shortaga of water but explained the sched- ule is followed yearly to prevent water waste. Most home owners have only light use of their sprinklers Ihis Spring and Summer because there has been plenty of rain and lawns generally are reported in good condition. Water Commissioner James W. Jardine asked Chicagoans to ob- serve lawn-sprinkling hours to the hot weather load on the city's distribution The as required by City are between 5 and 7 2 and 4 and to intelligent use of f L i water during thei Summer months ahead can insure a sufficient supply for Jardine said. also asked Chicagoans to report -any open fire hydrants. Put Out Fire Holy Cross Eight pieces of fire equipment were rushed to Holy Cross hos 2700 W. 69th Sunday after nuns on their way to eve- ning prayer noticed smoke com- ing from an elevator and sounded an alarm.. The smoke was when current in an overheated elevator motor was Two Policemen 4 Here Promoted Two Southtown policemen were recently raised to the rank of Temporary Sergeant by Chi- cago police superintendent Or- lando W. Wilson. They Jobn F. 9016 S. Throop and Joseph 6025 S. Whipple st. a graduate of DePaul and Loyola Universities and a mem- ber of the Fifth Air Force during World War is in charge of the Written Communication section of the Planning division. who studied at the American Institute of is in charge of the newly-created 11 Standards Section of the Plan- ning division. SCHOOL ADDITION of free city permits for the construction of a three- story addition to Hope Lutheran church school at 64JO-18 S. Washtenaw was authorized by the city council at its recettt I meeting. New Hubbard P-TA Officers lime lip Want Ads worit for yon cvrry day of the year including hoi- of people looking for can. and all of the opportunities adver- tised in the Want Ads. This week an excellent time to Mm M H wifl bt foHif for Hudson 2-1212 Hubbard P-TA installed new officers at its annual faculty luncheon held recently in the 6200 S. Hamlin ave. The new officers are shown in the photograph. They left to Mrs. Richard 3930 W. 64th first vace Mrs. Ixnais Scac- 3738 W. 60th president and Mrs. Joseph 372-1 63rd second vice presi- dent Standing are Mrs Joseph Bir- 6559 S. California 1 central west council installing Catherine Mrs. Raymond 3848 W. 61st treas- Mrs. 3710 60th corresponding secre- and Mrs. Earl 3734 W. 601h recording secre- tary. Office- Is Until P tin 4 I HUdson 7-1400 Named Program Secretary At Ronald D. of Har- has been named program secretary of West Communities 6235 S. Homan ave. a graduate of Western Illinois will be the director of White Eagle Day sponsored by the He wiJJ be in charge of all youth programs an West Com- munities in the Fall. New officers of the Hubbard Elementary school P-TA are gltovrii during the recent installation held during a faculty luncheon in the Mrs. Louit seated was installed as president.   

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