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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 12, 1962, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin. Thursday april 12, 1982 Council wins slum committee gets $2,000 foundation Grant Southside Community commit j tee delinquency prevention social Agency 6156 s. Cottage Grove ave., has received a Grant of $2,000 from the Field foundation of new York City it was announced recently. Theodore w. Mcneal president of the Agency said that the Money will be used for continuing is expansion program. Mcneal said that a similar Grant was made in 1961 when an Appeal was made to James Brown executive director of the Community Trust for assistance from charitable foundations. The annual budget of $46,000 is shared on a Matching basis by the Community fund of Chicago according to Mcneal. He announced that the Southside committee will launch its annual membership drive with a testimonial dinner honouring Clifford j. Campbell Deputy commissioner of City planning on May 22 in the Saddle and sirloin club of the Stock Yards inn. Lewis a. H. Caldwell member of the Agency a Board of directors is membership chairman. Pm so in the political wind a Tow special a shroud of Turin Quot a special Good Friday religious documentary showing the burial cloth believed to have belonged to Jesus Christ and detailing its history will be televised on a Tow Channel la Friday april 20, at 6 p m. By Albert i. John on a pm Lytic f01� a Quot a Quot the has often decided a close Politi approximately one third of opt contest especially on a local the City s voters went to the level. Polls tuesday to elect seven Sun the Sun times endorsed three Perior court judge approve a South riders seeking state rep-$66 million Bond Issue and resent Tive seats. They were choose candidates to run for a John s. Sloan dem. 25th die lion a1, state and local offices or. William cousins rep. 25th the november election. Distant Elwood Graham in voting for the seven judges rep. 22nd dist. And the Bond Issue a voter was John Sloan contended for the not required to declare his i same office in 1960 without Fri an estimated two thirds eligible voters remained away from the polls. I have heard some irresponsible citizens say Quot my vote count. Why enjoying their sense of accomplishment Are members of the West Woodlawn Community who played a part in having a dilapidated fire gutted building at 6345 s. Evans ave., razed. From left Are Sonora v. Baxter chaplain of the Marquette Evans Block club 6547 s. Evans ave. Mrs. Clara Robinson 6628 s. Evans ave., whose husband is the chairman of the Block club and Edward Light Burn 6th Ward superintendent. In rear Are employees of the Midwest wrecking co. Charlie Brown Carl Williams and Willie Marshall. Elal backing from the Democrat tic party. His name was placed on the ballot through petition in the primary. Having suffered defeat Sloan tried vainly to gain a a Access to the november ballot should i waste my time going to through petition. His petition the polls Quot these same shirker was declared invalid following have been heard to cry a dirty an examination that resulted politics Quot and a machine politics a when Sloan a petition was Chal in their despair of the ways of legged. Whether Sloan will Ever successfully Battle his Way to the state legislature if conjectural. Alderman Leon m. Desiree 5th gave me a copy of the letter he sent to supt of police Orlando w. Wilson requesting stepped up police Protection for residents of Woodlawn. The letter requested supt. Wilson for additional cooperation to assure resident of personal safety on the streets and in the Homes and a improvement of the so called sin strip area on 63rd a every week Quot said Despres a Woodlawn residents come to me to ask for help in keeping the area Despres asked for More patrol service coordinated to give More effective foot and vehicle patrolling of streets. A 3 end of the line comes for building at 6545 s. Evans ave. Structure proved to be quite a Challenge for members of the West Woodlawn Community to get torn Down and this despite the fact that it has had several fires and has been vacant for More than a area boy wins Park District Tennis trophy James Bond 6445 s. Harper ave., recently won the citywide championship in the Junior division Chicago Park District table Tennis Competition it was announced by Jackson Field House 6401 s. Stony Island ave. Representing area 111, James won the All Chicago finals played at Humboldt Park March is and received a trophy for skill end sportsmanship. Elimination in this annual Competition begins with local tournaments. Winners represent their fieldhou8e8 and playgrounds at area tournaments which determine the players who represent each area at the i citywide finals. Pc to brighten your Home with colourful phones spring8 a ringing with new phones in colourful tones to add Bright accents to your Spring redecorating., and give you new convenience for springtime living. 4 Extension the Lovely Princess left put springtime Calls at your Elbow in bedroom Kitchen Den or playroom. Choose the phones you need in Flower fresh colors. The Choice is wide the Cost is Low and save you time and Steps throughout the year. Home interphone. Right lets you talk room to room or answer the door Over the same phones you use for regular Calls. And How secure you feel no need to open the door until visitor has identified himself Over the Home interphone. Tue Bell Chi me. Announces your Calls with melodic notes like daffodils set to music. Comes in soft Gold or Ivory finish. To order helpful services like these or for More information Call or visit your Illinois Bell business office. Or ask your Telephone Man. Illinois Bell so Telephone fat a easter time is dress up time in Howard a Young Fellows shop in the Spring a Young Many a fancy lightly turns to thoughts of clothes and Howard answers the Call with a handsome collection of Bright new fashions in clothing furnishings and sportswear for boys of All Ages. All reflecting traditional Howard Quality styling and Good taste. All priced with typical Howard a Valu ability to help your boy dress better for less Young Fellows Rayon a worsted look Quot suits 1698to2495 sizes 620. Smart coordinates in Spring weight casuals. A match mate sport coat amp Slacks both oft95 for my sizes 612 sizes 73-76. 26.95 sizes 77-20. 29.95 sport coat choose from Wool and Orlone acrylic blends. All the most wanted style features including hacking Flap pockets hooked Center vent raised shoulder seams and Back seams. Plaids Over plaids Multi colors. Slacks�?100% All Wool. Continental style with slim tapered legs. Solid Colon to harmonize with sport coat. Ivy and Ivy Continental spor Coats 15 98 up sizes 6-20 boys who know their fashion will flip for these handsome spor Coats of 100% Wool and Wool and Orlone acrylic. Authentically tailored with notched or Cloverleaf lapels Center or Side vents hacking Flap pockets. Solid color blazers with free Emblem. Also plaids Over plaids and mixtures in Blue Black Olive and Brown. Dressy smart and comfortable. The perfect suit for easter and after. Handsome single breasted styling with hacking Flap pockets Continental tapered trousers. Over plaids solids and fancies in Black Blue and Olive. Also in double breasted Model with detachable belted Back. 20.95 and up right As rain lightweight All weather Coats 98 15 Sisi 6-12 fashionable new single breasted Model with split shoulders Fly front hacking Flap pockets bal Collar and Center vent iridescent Black and Black Olive. Silts Hoo. 17.9s hell Quot live in these Spring weight Slacks in to so Cottons Rayons Rayon blends and orlon acrylic and Wool blends. Western pockets trim tapered legs and Extension Waistband. Also Continental style with a top pockets. Plaids solids fancies Multi colors. Buy now charge it take 6 months to pay free alterations for boys a on the grow. To assure proper fit at All times Howard will alter your boys garment As often As necessary absolutely free it ii t a Evergreen Plaza 95th and Western ave. Open clothe s 104 Howard stores coast to coast. Open evenings. 6345 s. Hoisted 11121 s. Michigan 63rd and hoisted Roseland monday. Thursday and Friday evenings a a a

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