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   Economist (Newspaper) - September 18, 1960, Chicago, Illinois                               Set Public Hearing On Area 'Knots' A Penny for Your Thoughts Etch person it given a penny kit tboticbta on a question by our editor. Today's Interviews were conducted at .Evergreen Flaia center. Tbe question YOU THINK A WOMAN SHOULD DISCLOSE HER AGE William Blue Is- No. I ihink a woman's age means a lot to her. She should keep it as her own af- fair and let those with her socially guess. Their questions about her age may be teasing or seri- ous. I often won- der about a ENGELBRECHT w o m a n's especially if she is in the middle but I don't think she needs to let me know it. Mrs. Helen New Yes. She should telL No diffidence about age should a c c o m- pany a woman. I think embarrass- ment about pass- Ing a 30th or 40th birthday is un- A per- son is as young as she feels. Lots of people tell me I look 10 or 15 years younger than 1 am. makes me feel happy. Miss Bitlie Ever- green Yes. I tell my age freely. I'm 22. Today there is a lot more freedom than there used to be for women. We compete in AetMrfittd Cnttumfnr AMMO. Iftc. TK. 1MO By VOLUME 70 M 724 W Si. Ttl 7.1400 SEPTEMBER 1MO 10e 24 f -DETAILS IN COL S PAOI 1 NORTH EDITION DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EVERY WEDNESDAY AfTERNOON AND SUNDAY MORNING PER MONTH Holmes School Opens Oct. 27 MRS. HELEN GROSS That May Use Back Of Yards As U.S. Test Community business and poli- spots where age is not a so cial matter. If MISS B. that competition HUBACHER wom- en should have no fear about disclosing their ages anywhere. Mrs. Fearl Evergreen I think you're asking a moot question. One .usually does not disclose her ac- tual age. It is less important than it used to be. Real age does not matter so- cially. If one has a nice personal- people like her without Worrying about age. The way we tfress you can't judge ages. Holland Evergreen store a woman's age is her own business. There are no so- cial occasions which should re- quire a woman to tell her age as a matter of are there any social oc- casions at uhich knowing a wom- an's age would Set Public Who'd Me Vote Hearing On Problems Modernistic in the new Oliver Wendell Holmes elementary is being rushed to completion. It will foe ready for occupancy by 805 pupils on Oct. IT.- p. SJOLIN ROLIAND RCtNHART be especially appropriate No is answer. Asks Stif f er Penalty On Hydrant Use An ordinance to amend the penalty for the unauthorized turning on of fire hydrants will be introduced at ihe next City Council meeting. Aid. Joseph P. Burke has announced. Burke's action will come on the heels of the hit-and-run death of a five-jcar-old Chicago who was pushed into the street by a stream of water from a and dragged to his death by a passing car. people wonder why 1 didn't wait until the Spring to introduce the said Burke. one good and _bal is that the shock of the child's dealh will have worn off by We should ad now. The proposed ordinance -would readjust the existing one lo read substantially as The unauthorized turning on of hydrants from June 1 to Sept. 9 a.m. to 5 by any per- son or persons shail cause those persons lo be gwiJt.v of an offense punishable by a fine of not Jess than or more 3han or by imprisonment lor not more than 10 or botn. For a sec- ond such ihe fine shall not less than nor more than or a term not to ex- ceed 30 days in or both. 2t TEAR MAN Harry F. 5332 S. LaSalie has been presented with a 20-year service pin at the Chi- cago Administration U. S. Army. Grace is a truck driver in the transportation division of the 1819 W. Persmng rd. Year 5721 On Hebrew Calendar Jewry is preparing to celebrate the 5721st year of the Hebrew calendar. The first day of th New or Rosh Hashonoh marks the beginning of the Days of ji of reconciliation atu repentance. The holiday is observed foi two days. This year it will be ushered in at Wednes- Sept. 21. Yom the Day of Atone- is the climax of the peni- tence period. It is observed by fasting as well as prayer. This holiest day of the Jewish year will begin at Friday Sept. with the chanting of the traditional Kol a stir- ring prayer known the worlc for its beautiful melody. Bosh New Year wjll be held in Lawn Manor Hebrew 6601 S. Kedzie on all three days of Rosh beginning Sept. at p.m. Thursday and Friday services will be held at ajn. Mordecai Schultz will preach on Partnership with The Shofar. Rain's Horn will be at a.m. Thursday and dayend sen-ices will be at p.m. Sept. 23. Rabbi Schultz preach on Do We Want From Cantor An dor Zupnik and the choir directed by Peter Sher chant the prayers of all the services- Special children's and young people's sen-ices will be held on both dais of Rosh Hashonoh hi ihe youth kindergarten room. Congregation Englewood 8507-09 S. HaJsled begins Rosh Ha- shana at sunset Wednesday with services at p.ro. The first day. Sept. and the second day. Sept services wiJl be at a.m. Rabbi Bernard E. Gersham conduct Holy Day services. Kol Nadre Sept will have a service at p.m. The observances vnll end Oct. 1 with Yom Kippur when a service wiil be held at according to Jacob I. president Registration Of 16th Ward Voters Voters of the 16th ward who wish to register for the November 8 Presidential election in ad- vance of the general registration on Oct. 11 may do so between the present and Oct. 4 at the fire house at 6200 S Green Paul Sheridan announces. Congressman Feted Congressman and Mrs. William 6617 S. Harvard were honored last Sunday civic leaders at a testimonial party. In the photo Mrs. Murphy straightens her husband's tie prior to departure for the affair. Several hundred civic leaders and friends attended a testimo- nial cocktail party Sunday for democratic Cong. William T. Murphy The affair vi as held in the Saddle and Sirloin Club Cong. Murphy is running for his second erm in Congress. Among the many dignitaries attending Judge Angelo Napoli of the Municipal Aid. Emit V. Aid. James C. Mur- ay Democratic Commit- eeman William SL Rep. ohn P. St. Rep. John M. St. Rep. Waller and Dan Democratic candidate lor State's Attorney. Others Ted clerk of the Superior Dr. Andrew Democratic can- didate for Joseph P. candidate for Circuit Aid. Arthur Msgr. Patrick pastor Of St. Leo and St. Senator A. L. Cromn. Olhers Aid. Thomas F. Fitzpatrick Ja ones member of the OTA board of Aid. John E. Egan and St. Rep. Micfcael H. Me Dermott. First Organization for the Southwest Community spon- sored public hearings on area problems will be held Sept Rev. Robert OSC vice announced at a coun- cil meeting Thursday night. Resolutions by Peter 7321 Lowe will open the hear- Christ said. He that and Ju- venile authorities have been in- vited to address the hearings. Topics slated for discussion a succeeding hearings are as Sept. culture and entertainment Oct. building code renew- and home and Oct. 12 real estate civil rights changing neighborhoods am blockbusting. would like to Christ the pubft is urged to attend these sessions. In other action th OSC council- established two ne committees in preparation fo the Southwest Community coo to be held Saturday Oct. 29. Mrs. Martha 2115 W 107th pi. was named head of the new awards committe. Outstand- ing service to the OSC will be acknowledged by the congress on the recommendation of this mittee. The other committee formed Thursday was a nominating com- mittee to prepare a slate to offices in the Thomas 8247 S. May was appointed chairman. Bert 8351 S. Hermi- tage was named chairman Plan Extension Of CTA Service On W. 47th St. Clearing and GaiHeld will get increased CTA service soon. Aids. George Tourefc md John Egan received ipproval from the Chicago Tran- it authority for an extension the present W. 47th service. The new according io the will extend W. rcro S. Cicero on to S. Central ave. From there t would go South on Central to r Archer ave. and thence West o S. Austin ave From the new line would go South to st. The aldermen have been working together on this project with the CTA department of traffic and engineering since une. They worked separately the project for some time be- ore that Aid said he and Tourek OKINAWA DUTY Sgt Richard H. son t Mrs. May 6931 Komensky and Al- bert J- son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 6422 S. Wood recently left for Okinawa with Registration will be seventh marine' regiment weekdays from unta t pjn. 'from Camp CaKf. will introduce the proposal as an ordinance at the next meet- ing of the city counciL Details of the service -will be worked out by CTA engineers he said. KNOCK ON WOOD H mpcntitKMm you do. R that iU wrnd if rm ton The Want Ad docm't M It the route they ofeuia. The AA proven to fade np the claim tfut ft the mtc the wrfd. OH 7-1400 friendly Went Ad will hop yMi 1-9701 1-1212 vim of traffic safety subcommittee of the welfare and safety commit- tee. He will survey traffic prob- lems in the OSC area and initiate corrective Christ said Welfare and Safety Chairman Max 2154 W. 104th reported an overall increase in the crime rate in the Morgan Park Police district for the six months from January to July. Family counseling committee is in the process of selecting a lo- cation for the OSC counseling service Chairman Rev. John 2008 W. 68th reported. Edgar assistant prin- cipal of Lindblom High school ill report to the Education com- mittee Sept. 27 on the problems cf Dr. Malcolm 7951 S. Paulina mittee said. Housing and Zoning committee Chairman Harold 7437 S. Peona hi reporting the work of his Mid building violations had btcnfllad with tne Building department and four illegal conversions had been stopped in the past month. He said 31 abandoned cars had been removed from the area. Edward 7844 S. Hal- sled sU chairman of the home loan committee said the total of money committed in this project haa been brought to with lie addition of five loans made during the month of August School Will Be Dedicated St Mary Byzantine 4949 SeeJey will be dedicated today at 4 p.m. The Most Rev. Nicholas T. bishop of the Pittsburgh Byzan- tine will offer a Pon- tifical Mass. Solemn dedication and blessing the school will follow. A ban- quet win be served at 7 p.m. Erection of the school was sup- ervised by the Rev. Eugene G. pastor. The bufld- inf accommodates Daniel left. Democratic candidate for state'6 voted in the straw ballot poll be- ing taken by the Chicago City Bank Trust Co. Looking on left to Miss Mildred poll President W. Norbert Engles and Ex- ecutive Vice President Frank Burke. Delegation Seeks Long Term Help The Back of the Yards may be used by the Federal Housing authority as test'com- munity for long term construc- tion and home improvement loans. Three Back of the Yards rep- resentatives met Thursday with present states attorney- is like a golf pro who never played golf and knows nothing of the This charge was leveled Thursday by Daniel ocratic candidate for the office of states at an Engle- wood Lions club luncheon. Ward asserted that States At- Benjamin Adamowski 'has never prosecuted a crim- nal case or represented a de- fendant in a criminal He said of himself that while a prosecutor for the United States attorney's office in North- ern he per- sonally almost every lype of federal case. According to there are two require- ments of a candidate for the office. They 1. He should possess Ihe phil- osophy that he is the attorney for all of the 2. He should have the proper training and experience. present states attorney satisfies neither he said. The Democratic candidate also charged that Adamowski represents himself and his pres- ent Ward also claimed that the states attorney purpetrated greatest fraud in the history of Cook .and in his dealings with the recent police scandal. With reference to the recent tax evasion case concerning William ad- ministrative assistant to Gover- nor Ward would he have done if Downey had been a member of another Ward also asserted that Ada- mowski has the prose- cutive record in the history of the He said this means that either many innocent have been ac- cused or that there are guilty people the Edmund assistant commis- sioner of the F.H.A. in Washing- D.C. to seek approval of the plan. The Very Thomas A. pastor of St. Joseph of the Sunrise Construction company and Joseph B. executive secretary of the Back of the Yards Neighborhood made the plea. Official approval was sought for the following points not already included in the F.H.A. 1. Approval of home remodel- ing loans up to cm single family without for location in Back of the Yards. 2. Approval of maximum 30- year remodeling loans on all wasting multiple dwellings in the Back of the Yards. 3. Forty-year full home con- struction loans on all 25-foot lots in the Back of the Yards com- munity. Dee told the group that Julius commissioner of the F.H.A. in would visit the community in early October when he comes to address the Chicago mortgage loan bankers Oct. 5. Zimmerman is expected at that time to give full approval to the council's requests. Executive Secretary Meegan said the F.H A. would use this as a for future use to other Chicago neighborhoods and urban areas throughout the nation. Groundwork for the project was laid by Chicago F.H.A. Director John who suggested the Back of the Yards area for trial. Up until no F.H.A. loans have been granted on new borne WITH TOUR ECONOMIST SUBSCRIPTION FOR ONLY Mk MONTHLY YOU CAN RECEIVE BOTH THE ECONOMIST AND THE INSURANCE POLICY THIS POUCT is offtun ro tcoNOMfsr i TOUt HfSUtANCI WUCT IS IT THC NATIONAL Utt INSURANCE COMPANY ECONOMIST INSURANCE AGENCT construction on small lots and only three to five-year remodel- ing F.ILA. with a maximum were approved. will help considerably in building code Mee- Kan said. He explained that some property owners have defended themselves against reported vio- lations by claiming they couM not get funds to make needed repairs or time -lough to repay the loan. make it virtually impossible for 1he owner of older buildings not to find Under conventional more titan homes in ine btck of ihe yards nave been re- modeled and more than 400 new homes erected. F.H.A. Director Waner stated that if approved and successful in the Back of the the proposed new program very well be the answer to tbe conservation and preservation of communities in urban areas all over the FOR COMFLtn INFORMATION CALL HUdson 7-1400 Teachers Guests At Service The 100 teachers and officers of the Drexel Park Presbyterian Sunday school will be honored guests in 11 un. worship service hi the church at W. st and S. Marsnfield live. In the services they will re- dedicate themselves for the coming year's work. The serv- ices wifl consecrate their and the aims. Mrs. Wilfred S. is director of education and an yooth tbt t   

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