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   South Austin News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1967, Chicago, Illinois                                Landlord Promises Croup to Correct Violations P. 2 COMMUNITY WANT ADS and "Now on Sunday" Park VI 15 BS SOUTH AUSTIN NEWS 'How to Four Part Series, Starts Today See Below WEDNESDAY JULY I? 1967 This Issue Consists of TW? Sections 18 Panes At 15c a cooy By Mail K 50 year at Sgt. D Dinner Upwards of people are expected at the Chateau Roj- slfc. 5729 Chicago, tomorrow night (July 13) at a testimonial Why Drivers Hate Bikes Oblivious to possibility of oncoming automo- uberance and forgetfulness require drivers to biles, Leslie, 10, and Bill Pappas, 12, dart from exercise extra caution in Summer bicycling j driveway into street without seeing Debbie season. Noone, 11, pedaling towards them. Youthful ex- i Caution-. Bicycles At Large Summer is here and bicy- clists are suddenly out in force. Though there is instructions on safe bicycle riding in the schools and bike roadeos in the parks, somehow it seems not all riders are reached, says Sgt. John Mullen of the Police Traffic safety education divi- sion. And kids, being kids, are prone to forget a safety rule in the excitement of play. Considering the number of traffic accidents involving bicy- cles there are surprisingly few deaths, said one policeman. Last year three Chicago chil- dren were killed, in 1965 two, and 1964 one. But youngsters were injured in 895 of the bicycle acci- dents reported in 1966. Bicyclists are required by Il- linois traffic laws to abide by the same regulations as motor vehicles. Children under 11 are allowed to use residential side- walks. Some safety experts have advocated that bicyclists fol- low pedestrian rules, and ride facing oncoming traffic. But according to the National Safety council, where such rules have been followed there has been an increase in _.------g wneel Also importai bicycle accidents, and the Illi- hazards, policemen are told to brakeg and nois and Chicago codes are in stop them and give some on- and rpar reflectors Sgt. Geiald Doll. Austin district police officer who was shot to death March 29 Sponsored by the Austin Busi- ness council, the event will seek to raise enough money for a down payment on a home for the policeman's widow and her five children. Tickets for the benefit at S10 each are being sold by members of the ABC. In addi- tior. according to Jim Grant who was ABC president when the group initiated plans for the testimonial, tickets may be obtained it the door to- morrow evening. The benefit is scheduled to start at p.m. The Austin district station, under its community service di- rector Sgt. Art Ferando. is also selling tickets to policemen throughout the city. Sgt. Feran- do said that by Thursday ap- proximately 500 tickets will lave been purchased by fellow officers. The benefit comes some SVz months after Sgt. Doll was shot-gunned to death by Gary C. Ilorton when the officer curbed a car carrying Horton and Delia Ann Jones at Shake- speare and Cicero. Already wanted tor an armed robbery.'Horton leaped by the car and pulbd a shot gun from under his coat, firing point' hi'.A- Cvit However, before he died Sgt. Doll managed to get off six shots and the fleeing Hor- ton and Miss Jones. Patrol- man Redden, arriv- ing on the scene just seconds after the shooting, also emp- tied his gun at the two. Miss Jones was found badly wounded a short distance away and Horton's body, punctured] 'four times by bullets from. i Doll's and Redden's guns, was discov ered a couple of blocks 1 away. The police department's Award of Valor was presented to Redden and, posthumously, to Sgt. Doll recently in one tae final acts presided by out-, going police Supt. O. W. Wilson. I Although Horton was killed j after the shooting of Sgt Doll, i his accomplice, Miss Jones, has betn charged, under Illinois statutes, with the actual mur- der. Her trial is slated to start j in criminal court before Judge Delaney on Aug. 4. In addition to being accused of murder, Miss Jones will also face armed robbery and grand thrft auto charges. She and Horton were identified from photos as the pair who held up j a West Side grocery store. Risky Business Bill and Debbie team up with Richard Noone, 13, on crossbar, team up for a little horseplay; two-on-a-bike isn't risky enough. Bicycle stunting, plenty of fun, should be confined to play- ground areas, kept off streets. Youngsters, all of 162 N. Lock- wood, volunteered to pose for pictures to demonstrate some of mistakes children make, drivers must watch for. Dick recently was struck by car, thrown from bike under parked auto near his home. line with NSC recommenda- the-spot instruction, according tions. i to Cmdr Mark Thanasouras of c u- the Austin district. Police enforcement of bicycle regulations is more a matter of, Most frequently attributed as education than writing out tick-1 cauge ofMbi 'le accldents ls ets for violations When chil- crossi watching dren are seen riding m such a signs and sig- vvay that they are endangering two or more on themselves by creating traffic How To Swim Wafer Basics Come First Although there will be many opportunities in your community for local youngsters to learn how to swim this summer, with the proper techniques, any parent can teach his child how to swim in a backyard swimming pool, neighborhood pool or lake. Here the American Red Cross has telescoped "Teach- ing Johnny to Swim" manual into a four-part series. How well a youngster learns Prolific Lily Admiring profusion of lilies growing in back- sprouted. The plant now has 27 blossoms, yard of home at 4815 Walton, is tenant Mrs. more than last year. Mrs. Spapperi also pli Ingrid Olson. Building owner, Mrs. Dina ed a twig from a Florida orange tree sev -ome every week The ofier i- aood tor am of the 7 commumtv Publica- tions papers Journal, Austin Newt. fieldian, Humboldt Journal, Kelvyn Park Journal. Gale- wood" News, South Austin News. Send check or montv or- der to Circulation Manager, Community Publications 4906 W Chicago Are fh ca- go, 111. 60651 Deliverv -tarts immediately On June 27 Carroll, in res- p.nullng to a "hurglarv in progress' call at 5159 Diver- sev. and other Austin officers captured Henry Solvang. Ivan Burgess and James Duncan who. police say. were at- tempting to a drug store at the Duersey address. In his letiet commending C a r r o 11's outstanding police Lt Uhhr said it is be- lieved the three men were W-NW Area Buildings Improved You'll to develop within your youngster the desire to be safe while in the water Adults can do this by pointing out that the youngster" will enjoy himself more (and you'll feel more at if he will learn and prac- water. he can start tice safe rules of the water. A child's first introduction to water can be at home or in the shallow uart o! a pond or beach. If at home, fill a wash basin or nth r shallow dish with water and have the youngster put his fate in the water a number of times. Gradually build UP the time until he can hold his face un- der water for a period of 15-20 seconds. Ask him to duck under, blow 1 bubbles slowlv all the while he's under, and come up. Then have h'm leoeat the sequence, establishing a definite rhythm The mhalat'on nhase should be about two seconds and the ex- halation about three seconds Keep him working on this until he -s able to do it 15 or 20 times without stopping. week: Learning how to float and glide.) Contractors were scheduled to move into the Midwest hotel, G X. Hamlin, to start i the remodeling iob which will turn the 43-yeat-old j structure into a nursing home.' David I. Spark ol the law I firm of Spark and Holleb which pure1' the former athletic; club lor earlier this, yr-ar. told Community Publica-, tions Monday that final approv- al irom the city planning com-1 mission had eliminated the last, bit of red tape standing in the I way of the remodeling work. Spark said the contractor had informed him that "a few men were slated to start pre- liminary work Monday (July 10) and that by the end of the week things would be going full blast." Contractor for the remodeling ib B. R. Abbott Construction and the architectural firm which came up with the blue- prints for the work is Yosh Nakazawa and Associates. SparK revealed that he was informed by an Abbott spokes- man that "some demolition will have to be done on the inside and this should take up the first couple of weeks of the remodel- ing chore." The attorney, who along with. his law partner and Frank E. Williams, long time-profession- al administrator in (he nursing field, bought the building last March, also said he was told that the work "may not take as long as originally believed At first it was thought the re- j modeling would take six i j months to complete "Howev- Spark said, "we are now lied to believe that only four months will be needed" to turn the hotel into a "sheltered care center." According to Williams, for- mei director ot Winston Manor Nursing home, the center will be for "persons not needing nursing home care but needing more care than can be fur- nished at home or not having a home. The Spark-Holleb law firm. 77 Washington, purchased the ho- tel for than a tenth of the original cost of building what in 1924 was con- sidered a swank athletic cli The Midwest Athletic was organized and the bi ing built during a time in 1920's when club organ tions and construction the "in" thing of the era. However, with the depre foreclosures hit mo the Midwest Atl club was no exception. The building was later verted to the Midwest hotel went through receivership I when Community Pulbica exposed the fact that rea tate taxes had been paid di only 12 years of unpaid 1 amounting to an estm With this disclo the county took over the 1 mg. Cook county time and advertised the building for and the last time a mini 1 bid of was set, b before, there were no taker For their j Spark, Holleb and William 'the 13-story building, corr I with its fancy ballroom, gy sium and swimming pool. A total of 2.502 buildings con- taining 18.728 dwelling units in the Mont Clare. Belmont- on patrol of his beat in that sect.or u-rt> June 28 ssr 'Dur' and bousing f code Uo men run from the building Ho ordeied to stem and then 'ired two warning shots P bee" achieved in 1 284 buildings con- 8-051 dweling units as ten ire the pa r ta-lrd to heod his compared to 1.213 buildings and commands Can oil ured again itnifi one o i'ij men Th' suspect liH" as Matthew Slow ikow ski. 20, 1S4K D'c' n- dean on arm ai at Si Anne's hospital The other. A "mac 24 1031 Paulina, was captured bv Canc'.i distance from the shooting Pohco stj.v Hipinac. when taken to Austin -Cation, signed a voluntarv that the two had intended to burglan.-e the home 10.G77 dwelling unit1; in the last half of 1966 rhe department's "com- munity areas'" tabulation, Side fared as follows in full or partial compli- ance from June 1. 1966. to June 14. Are? Buildings Dwelling Units Mont Clare 16 99 Belmont-Cragm 74 291 46 139 Logan Square 288 2818 Humboldt Paik 330 2469 xu.'lln 414 38601 WestGarfieldPaik 1334 9052 MBH-NCO Fight Looms Over Swim Pool Location Can You See Sign P A good place for a motorist to pick up a moving traffic viola- tion for his record is at Cortland and Oak Park. Stop sign for eastbound traffic in Cortland is all but invisible behind low- hanging foliage. Bill O'Sullivan, head of the streets and sanita- tion department's complaint room, promised quick action to remove camouflage, make intersection safer. The Ministers for A Better Humboldt (MBH) are read} to lock horns with the Northwest C o m m u n i f v Organization over the location ot any swimming pool the Chicago drride to build in the general Humboldt commumtv its second public open fo- rum held ai Our Ladv Of Angels church. 3808 Iowa under the chairman- ship of David Sheldon director of thp Duncan-North ,MCA. MBH began to entrench itself against an', effort to locate the proposed new pool sought by NCO on the cast side oi Hum- boldt Park, or near California. Instead, MBH decided to launch its own campaign for a new pool in the vicinitv ol Division and Pulaski, a mile and a half west. NCO has vigorously peti- 1 tionecl and picketed the paik district to procure a full size swimming pool in HuniDoldt i Park, but has succeeded thus far in procuring only an indica- tion that a "learn to swim" pool might be a possibility A group -epresenting NCO picket- ed the park district offices again last Saturday afternoon officials .sjid about 150 men. women and children were in the picke! line thev no high oiii- cial. it being Saturdav after- noon and paik ofticiaN oft foi the weekend, the NCO said they did win an otioi to meet with1 park representative at a mu- tualK time this I week with a report on that met-ting to be made at a public] meeting Friday night at Casa, Central Apprised ot the MBH action in opposing the NCO's plans for, a poo] in the eastern part of Humboldt Park, an NCO otti-i cial commented 1 "We heard rumors about this, but we don't think it's right I think we'd bettei get togethei I with the Hiimboldt Ministers i and see if we can't coi some sort of agreement don't we wind up w pool at all'" Sheldon reported that incipient MBH campaigi a pool in the Division-Pu neighborhood bf ui taken j steering con tee still be be named a petition committee, aKc unnamed. He explained die MB] neves tnat a tull size swin pool funhei west than prc bv NCO would serve mor pie and that the present boldt Park pool with a ca of 250 persons "is not used to capacity" Unti pool is used to capacit; consensus at the MBH seemd to be, a new pool needed in that locality PARKER REUNION The Parker High schoo tion class of 1942 plans union Sept. 23 and is see contact members.   

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