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Southend Reporter (Newspaper) - January 6, 1977, Chicago, Illinois t Federal grant speeds street repair work column 2 SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1893 south end EPORTER Vol.84 An EfanoMlal Thursday, January No. 27 OCLJVEREO TO TOUR DOOR EVERY THURSDAY MONTH Newsstand Copy toll 13JJ l l id. truck, car collision Brick rabble and broken glass in a currency exchange are one of the result of a collision of a CTA bus, and an autoratrile at aod Kedzie yesterday. Twenty-two persons, all either passengers or drivers of the vehicles, were In- jured, bat none serioasly. Although the bos and car jumped the curb and crashed info the currency exchange, no one on the street or in the building was Injured. (Staff photo by Larry Rsehl) Ppdewell dead at 72; rites held Services for Edwin C. Podewell, who died at 72 Dec. 30, were conduct- ed yesterday at the Ketcbam Funeral home. Evergreen Park. Interment was in Evergreen Park cemetery. Mr. Podewell, who served as 19th ward Republican committeeman from 1956 to 1964, bad maintained law of- fices at 9103 S. Ashland ave., for 49 years. He also served on the council for the Illinois Liquor Control commis- sion from 1957 to 1962. He was attorney and chairman of tne board of directors of the South-, west Federal Savings and Loan asso- ciation; a past president of the Brain- erd Civic association; a real-estate broker and member of the South Sub- urban Heal Estate board and Ifie South Side Real Estate board; a member of Galaxy lodge 880 and AF and AM lodge; the Shriners; the Lo- gan chapter of the Englewood Com- mandry 59; a past patron of Oliver Olive chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, and a member of the Illinois and the American Bar associ- ations. He is survived by his wife, Violet; two daughters. Mrs. Arfene Ronshau- sen and Mrs. Judt Hook, a son, Elgin Podewell, two brothers, Lester and Kenneth Podewll, and nine grandchil- dren Ask injunction against t school racial quotas By DOBOTffY PETROSKEY Plaintiffs in a federal court suit challenging the constitutionality of racial quotas at two area high schools have asked for a hearing on their re- quest for a preliminary injunction to negate the quotas. The request was made Monday af- ter the board of education failed to submit a plan to Federal District court Judge Hubert Will for the trans- portation of students not admitted to Gage Park and Morgan Park High schools because of the quotas. On Dec. 6 Will ordered the board to submit a more definite transportation proposal after it had drawn up an in- formal plan. Meanwhile, the board wrote letters Dec. 21 to Will and the plaintiffs say- ing it was withdrawing its proposal. it could not afford the cost and that any new two schools af- fecting-the quotas would be "prema- ture'1 as the board is working on a desegregation plan. The proposal submitted to Will would have provided for seven buses at an annual cost of to take students turned away from the two schools to under-utilized ones in vari- ous parts of the city. Michael J. Murray, board attorney, said the board pays the transporta- tion costs of these students who trav- el on regular Chicago Transit authori- ty routes. The yearly total expense is approximately per year, he added. The attorney for tbe plaintiffs in the suiVparents of black students ex- cluded from attending the schools be- cause of the quota limitations, labeled the board move "an intolerable situa- tion." Thomas Morsch, the attornev ar- gued that because only black and Spanish-surnamed students were pre- vented from attending Gage and Mor- gan Park as a result of the quotas, the plans are "unconstitutional and illegal." Morsch said that according to sta- tistics released by tbe board, black students who had wanted to at- tend Morgan Park last fall were ex- cluded because of the quota. At Gage Park, ill Macks- and 81 Spanish-sur- named students were turned away. He added that no white students seek- ing admittance to the schools were prohibited from attending. The quotas were implemented to ensure that student enrollments would not become predominantly black. Gage, at 5630 W, Rockwell sL, is in the second year of its quota plan, while quotas for Morgan Park. 1744 W. Pryor ave.. went into effect in Federal grant speeds street repair program By DOROTHY PETROSKEY A federal agency has approved funding for a program which wfl] re- sult in carij implemenlatittn of city to improve SroUroeM Side streets conslruclcd during lite Great Depression. Mayor Bilandic said a iS.flWi.OM grant from the federal Economic De- velopment ad m 3 31 is I ration means street improvement wotfc will bepn in April. BiJandic said the U-S ncratd htlp finance repair of streets <jm stnwUfd by Ote Works Progress adim nistration in Jhc The grant implements a street im- provement projed adopted Ac vein of WaJkcr releasing in stefe Motor Fw) lax earmarked for residential repair to cities and The slate legislation, commonly known as ihe Mt Greenwood Street bill, has set off a campaign in community for signature-1! to launch the program at ihe earliest possible date. Civic orpaniMtioni are circulatiJiR petitions secMns property owner for ihe street improvement, Areas in oilier Sotithwesi Side also arc blanketed in ihe program, and are exprdecl to i'hr first !o rttruie new The federal-Male funded program. appwm-d bv the tity council in Otto brr, prwides street improvements a tost Jo less (harr 3ft per <cnt Prevfou'.Iy, owners assessed pir fiT !b sijniinj; petitions requesting the worJi, Bilandit said the street improve- ment prop-am is one of seven Chica- flo public ttorks projecu approved EDA lhai (otals Mfire than 300 conttrortiw) jobs for sJtiHcd and unskilled WWACTS be proiided under tht public works prtijects, be saw Francis DcKnan, attinji commis- sioner of the department ind sanitation, said tiis office has been reeehinj; petitions by griper TH-TS several months. said (here is nrt deadline im petitions "The deadline is when we run out of mrm o." be September. Gage's enrollment is limited to 48 per cent black, 42 per cent white, 8 per cent Latino and 2 per cent at the principal's option. The Morgan Park freshman class was limited to 50 per cent black and 50 per cent white. A citywide desegregation plan is under development by the board of education which was placed on proba- tion by die state Office of Education last April for not submitting such a proposal. City schools face the loss of all state and federal funding if a plan ac- ceptable to the state is not drafted. Morsch said the plaintiffs are seek- ing an injunction which would "knock out the quota plans altogether. "We are seeking the free admission for whoever lives in the attendance areas (of the two he add- ed. Morsch noted that nearly all tbe black and Spanish-surnamed students exluded from the schools instead are attending those with predominantly minority enrollments. Woman dies in car crash A Marquette Park woman was killed in a traffic accident early Sat- urday at 49th st and Kedzie ave. Emily Gancys, 68, of 3222 W. Mar- queue rd.. was a passenger in a car which hi. viaduct. -She was dead nn arrival at Holy Cross hospital, Her iwsband Paul. 75. another pav was in fair condition jesler- daj'. He was admitted with a broken thighbone, hip and arm. Driver oT ihe car, Analolius Kairvs. of 3238 S. Whipplo st.. was chafed with negligent dnvinc He also was in fair condition in the hos- pital Joyce to outline responsibility !aw tonight Aid Jeremiah Jtnci' OAtiO will <3is minors al a meeting of the Chnsl UK- Kinc <wri- munitx relations rnrnmitlce a! X in the old l.ibrarj the S Hamilton 22 hurt in 3-vehicle collision By DOROTHY PETBOSKEY Twenty-two persons were injured yesterday in a three-way collision of a Chicago Transit authority bus, a truck and an automobile at the inter- section of 47th st and Kedzie ave. Although the bus and auto tore into a currency exchange at 4658 S. Ked- zie, shattering two plate glass win- dows and knocking out bricks, the only persons injured were the drivers and passengers of the vehicles. However, none was injured serious- ly The truck, westbound on 47th, struck the CTA bus which allegedly went through a red light, according to Sgt Donald E. of the po- lice traffic division. That set off a chain reaction which caused the bus to hit a station wagon which had stopped for the red light, he added. The truck also bit the car, with the bus and car ending up in a collision with the currency exchange. No one was immediately charged with traffic offenses, Cummings said. The injured were taken to Holy Cross and St. Anthony hospitals By early yesterday afternoon two persons had been admitted to Holy Cross, while the others were still un- der treatment in the emergency room. Those admitted were Mary D. Plant, 74, of 5526 S. Christiana, in good condition with a possible shoul- der fracture, and Bernice Miller, 65, of 4602 S. Mozart, in fair condition. Those treated were Joseph Staples, 33, of 4431 S. Shields, for a head inju- ry, Agnes Mrowca, 64, of 2539 W. 51st sL, for a forehead laceration; Mary Cal'ahan, 50, oF 3510 W pi, for an injury to her left shoulder, Pau- line Kasprak, 67, of 3559 W. 116th st.; Helen Driscoll, 77, of 11018 S. Har- ding, injury to her ribs and knees; John Prah, 69, of 5553 S. Meade; Irene Briggs, 66, of 3033 W. 41st pi, thumb injury; Adam Wozniak, 71, of 5340 S Albany; and Dolores Ramier- er, 43, of 6214 S Rockwell, facial Inju- ries. Treated and released were Mildred Adaska, 61, of 3814 W. SSth pi., and Rose Irving-Hove, 47, of 3316 W. SSth st. Information was not readily availa- ble as to whether all those treated at Holy Cross were bus passengers. Bus passengers treated at St. An- thony were Coletta Becnatelets, S3, of 9739 S. Kedzie, for nose and mouth in- juries; Curtis May, 5317 S. Wabash; Gan-Karwan, 69, S. Kildare, ankle injury; William Blazek, 21, of 1374 W Puller; Jean Wojclak, 56, o! 3307 W. 38th st., breast injury; and Doris Rau, 63. of 6611 S. Troy, chest injury and bruises. Also treated at St. Anthony were the driver of the car, Ronald McKay, 39, for head and neck injuries; the trucK driver, WUbe Smith, 25, of 10005 S Bensiey, for arm and neck inju- ries; and a person identified only as Theima Eldridge, 65, of 3310 W, 61st pi., for a head injury. Police had to reroute traffic from the intersection while the vehicles were removed. Southwest college renamed in honor of Mayor Daley The city colleges board of trustees yesterday unanimously passed a reso- lution renaming Southwest college, 7500 S Pulaski rd., Richard J. Daley college. In voting the action, effective jes- terday, the board hailed the late mayor as "the best friend and sup- porter the City Colleges of Chicago ever had." According to the resolution, the board had received numerous "re- quests and petitions from many com- munity leaders and residents of the Southwest Side side of the city and the faculty, students and staff of Southwest college" to rename the school in honor of Daley, who died Dec. 20. "Although the community church. Or LundeH is a gradual? of Mr seminary additumal studies at Prince- ton and Yale He's been mi ah I'd in commnni lv programs as weJ) as HM- deiel his nwn the oldest <himh in Palm iijvuisbip it is marking IK 7Mh smmersjin tTnsjeiir unfxe read Or LuDdrllv. brief bill RKV. I, think wnt'H n a Sundav habu iEWSPAPEBl