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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 1, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday March 26, 1964 Chatham broker denies charge of a blockbusting Travis counter re arcs Page 3 Champ visits Park Manor attempts to dethrone new heavyweight Champion Mohammed Ali better known As Cassius a Lay have been suspended in the face of a growing defense of the Freedom of religion. Here Cassius is being interviewed by bulletin editor Gus Savage recently after finishing meal at Shabazz restaurant 616 e. 71st St Cassius brother Rudolph looks on. Of the Muslim fare Cassius said a it s the food that took me to the championship of the world. Its the Best in the universe a asked if he would give Liston a return match Cassius retorted a if lies fool enough to accept it. If he dreamed he fought me twice he would and girls Cassius plans to move to Chicago and he has no marital plans he says. He never had met the lawyer chasers at fantastic Mark ups. Shapiro before the Day of the i he also added that there Are hearing that he had not paid hire a which a 100% t to it 1 it i Shapiro to represent him and it1 lawyer ills in to cd Cettl lift tails that he had not seen the brochure j the broker misrepresent the which bore his name until after value of the property to the seller. A real estate lawyer is risking the Ohlir he received a Telephone Call frown tie value of the property is go commission on human relations and tile Illinois the South Shore commission and to Weim Cwm if d As Hein much department of registration and education to help a rising him of the mailing piece. He Hor than it actually is to the his firm continue making a killing in real estate speculation this is a charge made by Dempsey j. Travis president of the Travis realty company and of the Sivart corporation both of 414 e. 47th St. Travis who resides at 800 Champlain said he is prepared to present actual documentary evidence to support his charge at a press conference scheduled for thursday. A blockbusting specifically the charge was using Townzell a name on advertising without Townzel s permission and mailing a brochure containing this name in such a manner which might Lead to fright on the part of neighbors and cause them to lose Money on properties. Atty. Jack Rogers represent Travis made the charge after ing Travis denies that this was he had appeared before the Chi the intent of the mailing piece Cago commission on Hunan re-1 he said Travis had been in the lations and the Illinois depart real estate business for 15 years permit atty. Shapiro to file an ment of registration and Educa had been sending out advertising amended complaint. The South Shore commission is. Air �ssfk�?Tia5on� an organization which has been savings a conducting a neighbourhood Stabile kit an a elation a re in collusion. To program. On the basis of Townzell a testimony that he did not hire atty. Shapiro Travis has instructed atty. Rogers to file a complaint of Champert and maintenance before the grievance committee of the Chicago bar association. The Case before the Illinois f a 4, department of registration and education has been continued to Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Lee itself or landed Drivers As close As rout phone meter rates he 7-s400 to 8.9100 a 19&Quot slim line portable to it overt dug. Pret re m�., 172 in. In. Act. A Clur Are a Travis said a search of the records disclosed that Shapiro is an lion last week on an allegation of this nature for about 14 years brought by Arthur Jacobi of the a and that Travis is a reputable South Shore commission and by a real estate broker and highly re-1 officer far Earista firn by Lawrence Townzel jr., of 7610 s. Inspected in the Community. 1# name 0f eco. Co stance. Townzel in answer to ques t Fri. ,.Travis was charged with Lions by ally. Rogers admitted tactic a of Oney a bilking unsuspecting White Sellers and unsophisticated negro buyers Travis said. Hand wired no printed circuit / no production shortcuts Pat Council to hear two school officials two officials of the Chi Coffee will be served and Reg Cago Public schools will be guest speakers at the open meeting of South Council District 1, Illinois a a he added that he has documentary proof that the firm depressed real estate prices of White Sellers a got 100% mortgages from a savings and loan Assoc a is ration will be conducted from ution for such purposes a then 9 to 9 25 . Sold the properties to negro g x Pat presidents unite South Council of District 1, Illinois Congress of parents and teachers enjoy presidents breakfast at Cornell elementary school March 19. Here Pat presidents left to right mrs. Burion m. Brooks 7942 Champlain of Dixon mrs. Amanda Hazelwood 7435 Ellis of Cornell mrs. Samuel Overstreet 453 e. 88th pi., recently elected director of District 1 and mrs. Samuel rudder 7529 Langley past president of Cornell Pat pledge their Unity. Congress of parents and teachers from 9 30 to 11 30 . Friday april 3, at the Perry school 9128 University. They Are Enos Perry director j # of music education in the schools a and Emil Servos director of the division of music. A Perry will speak on a the Jug world of business education in a the schools. He also will speak Jjon distributive education a program now being featured in Many schools. Servos will speak on the increasing Roll of music in the a a schools. Ujj a question and answer period will follow the two speakers. The business meeting will be conducted by mrs. Jerome aprill 1739 e. 86th St., South Council president. An election of officers for the 1964-65 term will be held. The theme for april is a through expanding curriculum in schools. Mrs. Lawrence Wagner 8752 Cornell program chairman will introduce the guest speakers. A a qualified to serve you John Lassiterjr. An 8310 s. Langley a. To 4-2728 w vie a i i has beef in the insurance business Long enough to realize that the most important thing he can offer you is service of the highest Caliper. As a result he has qualified himself to offer reliable expert advice on uhf reception built in provision for adding Ajha tuning optional at extra Cost m open an account t a a a convenient terms f a business lift i surom a life in Suras and retirement plans fitted the individual aads a sickness and Accident Protection a group insurance and 6roop pensions the Prudential insurance company of America e i Wal Itofe few pref to a Pony Zenith portable to s starts at 148�?o visit Hollands radio it to departments Cong. Dawson hits rights leaders jewellers since 1910 6335 s. Halsted St. Free parking next to store open monday and thursday evenings continued from Page 1 i tons pertaining to Chicago school i could let these people Down 11 problems and supt. Benjamin c. Am Only in Chicago until sunday morning and i Felt that it was Willis he commented a those problems Are not in my More important to give my Aid to area. These Are problems for the my people than accept that in local political leaders citation. I receive a great num a we have Good political leaders Ber of invitations and it is ini a in Chicago go to them this is possible for me to attend them ally in response to a question regarding his availability generally Quot the Man a As he is known in some circles stated emphatically a i am always available to the a new leaders Are really doing is but first and last i am a negro. A looking to the future of the race Cong. Dawson advised 14we can Rise above any circumstances if we have something to offer. A we As a group must learn the Way to Iron out these school rules of the game before we problems.1 can expect to accomplish anything. We will not get anything extending on the subject of uness Stop tearing each other the Young militants Cong. Daw a Apar. Son warned a the Only thing these people who need me. My doors Are open to my constituents and More so to the negro three issues put to his opponents at Kelley methodist earlier were covered in the interview of the congressman employment housing and schools. The first two brought Only general comment. A a i will do what is necessary when the time comes a he said. A a whatever is beneficial to negroes is acceptable to me. A i cannot say at this time what action i will take on any Issue until the time comes for me to tearing each other apart. A first they said negro ministers were holding negroes Back a he alleged a but i done to agree with that kind of thinking. It was the negro minister that held the race together by their teaching of love and Fellowship. A tins Early teaching is the reason negroes do not hate like other groups. This is the reason anyone can live in a negro suddenly veering from his defense of ministers Cong. Dawson noted a lately some a you will never hear me slinging mud at my opponents it makes no difference whether he is a Democrat or a Republican. In a for anyone who has tried to do something to help himself. Fluence and influence is what counts in politics. A i am especially proud of my election and service As vice chairman of the National democratic committee. A i was elected to this position and i certainly could not hold this position As Long As i have if i did not know my yielding to the growing number of persons waiting in his outer office the congressman summed up by saying a there will come a time when race or color will make no difference but at this time we can grow More by listening than by trying to do All of the food special Domino pure con sugar la. A a 5 bog on limit with $3.00 order new Silver cup flour amp 29� 5 Georgia s finest frying chickens la. Whole Rath s Black Hawk sugar cured smoked hams 29� 39 Shank portion Quot i am not seeking credit for what i have done for my. March 21 thru 29 people but i have done Many Chearo a things for which i am justly Chicago 8 great proud. My interest is in final j results. A was a seasoned political i know my Way around. I rub shoulders with people who make the decisions that run this great nation. I have personal contacts which i Swift Ning or Snowdrift shortening la. Can on. 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