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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 11, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Phone a 39201 open evenings Iii 9 00 . Monday amp thursday we give Sah Green Stamps the bulletin thursday april la 1963hold scholarship fund fete school policy defended continued from Page i areas and chooses school Sites to maintain segregation according to the parents charge. In a mat Ter of weeks Page should make a ruling based upon findings of the hearing. If he rules in favor of the Woodlawn parents he would be required to ask the attorney general for an order to eliminate segregation. This could result in the elimination of the neighbourhood school policy in the elimination of school attendance area boundaries so that children could attend any school they chose. If Page rules for the Board of education the parents May take their protest to the courts. Tired of paying one big annual Premium for your automobile insurance. The kind that upsets the family budget or causes a Dent in your savings if you Are its time you Check Etna casualty s new Auto rite High Quality Low Cost insurance which offers payments on a quarterly basis. Richard Jones mrs. Naomi rest 8158 s. Sherhart ave., far right president of the Dixon a to 8306 s. St. Lawrence ave., offers remarks during a scholarship fund banquet sponsored by the a to in the Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St., last saturday. Sharing the applause from left arc Norval Kapp. Principal of Dixon elementary school Larry Hawkins coach of City anti state basketball champions of Carver High school and featured speaker in the affair and mrs. Hazel malice 8225 s. St. Lawrence ave., general chairman of the banquet. A Large turnout of parents supported the school civic project to raise scholarships funds for deserving students. Mrs. Dome Sykes 8211 s. Maryland ave., is scholarship chairman. Insurance Agency 7905 s. Cottage Grove a 4-3739 Etna casualty Ano surety company Hartford. Connecticut or. Melnick and also supt. Willis both insisted at the hearing that the City a Public schools Are not segregated and that the neighbourhood school policy is the Only workable Means of running the school system. Representing the parents atty. Heisler asked Melnick about a tags. A for the most part a he answered a up tags co operate except for Woodlawn. There memberships Are relatively Low and activity is relatively he also expressed the opinion that the hostile attitude of Woodlawn parents toward the Public schools spreads to their children and handicaps teachers in what j they can do for the pupils. Heisler asked Melnick a what have you done to get rid of sep a Arate facilities a i a they Are not separate a Mel Nick shot Back. A what would have to change to make Carnegie separate a Carnegie elementary school 1414 e. 61st pm Heisler queried. A children Are not required to go there by reason of color a said Melnick. A they Are no More separate than that we have schools that Are overwhelmingly White. I done to think that we Are giving any different Quality education in All negro schools than in All White. We did no to set these facilities up to be separate or. Heisler. We should not organize our schools with integration As the sole criteria. Segregation by Law i disagree with. A what do you say about segregation not by Law a Heisler pressed Melnick. A that is not segregation As far As in a concerned. Chicago schools Are not segregated. If you want to know if i a it prove of the neighbourhood school policy in which some schools Are All negro and some schools Are All White i do. Heisler later explained that segregation has been defined As a situation in which fortuitous i circumstances Force people to congregate according to a i done to like the word segregation or. Heisler a Melnick retorted. A schools in my area happen to be predominantly a a by definition fortuitous Means by happenstance a Heisler countered. A it happens that the schools in this area Are predominantly negro because their parents Are predominantly negro a said Melnick. A but you said that you would like to see these people dispersed throughout the Quot i did no to say that a Melnick responded. A i said that i would i like to see people live anywhere according to income. Dispersal connotes to me taking these people and scattering them throughout the a Cdr. Melnick do you believe a better education can be obtained in a mixed school a a no i do not. I believe we Are affording a Good Quality education to every child in District 14. A do you agree that negro Chil continued on Page 4 bulletin w ant ads pay Rossius pizza area residents to secure memberships for league delivered h-0-t charge 25c i from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 open daily 4 . To 2 . Fri. Amp sat. 4 . To 3 . Sunday 2 . To 2 . Serval 2-3 4-5 6 7 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order sausage $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 1 Green Pepper 2.00 3.00 4.00 i Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 i is a a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 1 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 6.00 several area residents will serve As volunteers in the fund raising membership drive of the Chicago Urban league which begins monday apr. 15 and will be extended through apr. 30. They Are mrs. Connie seals 6350 s. Vernon ave miss Josie Brown 7038 s. Calumet ave. Mrs. Marietta Bassett 6215 s. Wabash ave. Mrs. Frank Cross Ley 9016 South Park ave. Mrs. Gladys Davis 8638 s. Vernon ave. And mrs. Cleophus Dewitt 8152 s. St. Lawrence ave. Others Are mrs. Oliver Gre Goire jr., 8546 s. Wabash ave. Miss Voncile Hines 8032 s. Evans ave. Mrs. Margery Johnson 9363 s. Stewart ave. Mrs. Mary Lou Mcdowell 8532 s. Wabash ave. R. J. Mcfarland 6242 s. Rhodes ave. Miss Bonita Morgan 6158 s. Vernon ave. And Joseph Rollins 7231 s. Wabash ave. Others Are mrs. Doris Saunders 9718 s. Indiana ave. Mrs. Mildred Spencer 6916 s. Michigan ave. Mrs. Ruby Sommer Ville 7207 s. Vincennes ave. Mrs. Lawrence Young 6156 s. Vernon ave. Mrs. W. M. Bryant. 8111 s. Evans ave. Miss Willie c. Bryant 6145 s. Eber Hart ave mrs. Che Ribelle Byrd 9515 s. Parnell ave. And mrs. Earle p. Byrd 6530 South Parkway. Also Jacob Dickens 8117 South Park ave. Mrs. Maude Evans 6143 s. Bishop ave. Miss Josephine Franklin 8031 s. Evans ave. Mrs. Rose Grant 6421 s. Evans ave. Miss Ida Rae Jackson 6659 s. State St. Mrs. Emma Bazel 8200 s. Champlain ave. Miss Muriel Taylor 727 e. 60th St. And miss Patricia White 9372 s. Stewart ave. According to mrs. Carey b. Preston 5211 s. Greenwood ave., Campaign chairman the 1963 goal of the league is 6,000 new memberships. Bettie Jayne Everett is director of fund raising for the Chicago Urban league. Chicken boxes 20 place in box.4.75 to Pialat in Box 2.45 French Frias ordor.25 Barb a baby Back ribs with cola Slaw French o fria bread and butter a a. A Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French Fries bread and butter.�?. Shrimp or Lake Perch Fries Slaw bread a Buher. Cole Slaw oar own tasty recipe pint 50c quart 90c Edna wills noted Chicago designer recently returned from the sad trip of burying her Mother mrs. Amelia Evans Phea who passed suddenly in Chickasha okla. Our popular prices on these will amaze you Manhattan shirts for dress amp sport 31&Quot to 38&Quot sleeve 14&Quot to 22&Quot neck the finest from $4.25 Deneen Pupil places 4th Iii science fair mrs. Ionnie seals 6850 s. Vernon ave., chairman of the Block solicitation division of the Chicago Urban league s pa63 Flint raising anti membership Campaign which opens monday april 15, examines canister held by mrs. Jayne s. Chandler 8133 s. Prairie ave., Urban league staff member. The canister reads a help the Urban league wipe out discrimination in employment schools anti Camp Baber will Benefit from the annual dinner Given by the committee april 13 in the grand ballroom of the Sherman House. As Quot 5%s-vn i Ftp cutoff y Continental amp Ivy styling slim trim Pant 4.95 tapered shirt 2.95 Continental suit .37.50 sport Coats 14.95 to 29.95 in our r alumni Section wide variety matched mate his amp hers shirts an eighth Grade student at Deneen elementary school 7240 s. Wabash ave. Was awarded honorable mention in the 13th annual Chicago Public schools student science fair which closed last sunday at the museum of science and Industry. He is Woodward Jordan 13, of 7314 s. Indiana ave., who won 4th place in the eighth Grade division for his exhibit entitled a heat Transfer in relation to his exhibit was among 259 science displays which were created jointly by 321 students. Each of the exhibits received either a $25 Bond or a Check made possible by Hie business education advisory committee sponsors of the fair. Exhibitors were judged on a basis of the creative ability and originality scientific thought and organization presentation and understanding of scientific principles and skill thoroughness and neatness. Personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling an important South East customer becomes citizen mrs. Hyacinth Althea Williams 61212 s. Calumet ave., a housewife from Jamaica West indies became a citizen of the United states in naturalization proceedings last we Eek before u. S. District judge Joseph Sam Perry. Dressed free to order fresh eggs right from the farm oven ready Hen turkeys. 49c stewing hens.29c live fryers.39c fresh fish we also carry a full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours Dally 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 . Closed All Day monday look Economy Coin of dry cleaners 500 East 71st St. St 3-8907 pressing and repairing available open daily�?8 .-ii . Sots.�?8 sundays�?9 a.rn.-5 . We Cater to the person who sets a Little aside regularly. It does no to matter to us How much he or she saves. Its keeping at it. That a hard to do and that a what we appreciate. We know that kind of person is going somewhere and we make it our business to help him get there faster. He does no to go it alone when a Money problem arises. If you Are that kind of a Saver you have most to gain by saving with us. The 1963 Chicago easter Seal Campaign takes place from March 7 through april 14. Last year 4,225 different individuals in Chicago received easter Seal service. To lbs. Of dry tit cleaning spam Only a i 20 minute pressing prices ladies Plain skirts.25c men s pants.25c men s shirts.25c sweaters .25c ladies Plain dresses____35c silk garments slightly higher daily Public weekly special april 15 thru april 19 4 pair pants or 4 Plain skirts or 4 sweaters Allanr s i of pressed i minimum of 8 garments indoors no weather Sorrit cauda 6-6751 for special party rate National jollies boys hockey ii tie saturday 9 to 11 .�?� drop off service available $4.00 minimum order pickup amp delivery at no extra charge a bring your own hangers Quot Economy Coin-0p dry cleaners is your budget s Best Friend Quot Sabels products wholesale retail7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 63rd of Woodlawn a Auto Bolc and parking lot at 6243 University a saturday banking till noon. Member Federal Deposit insurance corporation. Phoner Dorchester 3-4000 Tsanos Village highways 25 a 72 a Dundee in Inch

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