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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 13, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Greatest House paint discovery in thirty years new ii i Lucht House Pai it when applied with special primer to new Wood or surfaces from which old paint has been removed Quot Lucite wears 50% longer than Ordinary House paints. Resists moisture blistering. Ask us for bulletin. Thursday Artu it a occupancy Row images in Council ofom occupancy legislation is under fire both in the City Council and in the state legislature Alderman Leon Despres 5th. Sponsor of the local legislation plans to carry his fight to the City councils full judiciary committee today while final committee action will be taken on the fair housing Issue in the state legislature on april 19. Despres went Down to defeat on his version of the occupancy Bill after a bitter debate last wednesday at a Public hearing of the five member judiciary subcommittee. His principal opponent was Ald. Claude w. B. Holman 4th. The subcommittee approved a Resolution by Holman that would put the City Council on record As supporting Only statewide open occupancy legislation Ald. Seymour Simon 40thsub committee chairman to pass the Resolution after his attempts to Amend it failed. Despres contends that the Resolution should ask the state legislature for authority to pass local open occupancy ordinances but gained no support for his amendment. He claims that the City has i it in a to pass such ordinances. The fight against open occupancy in the state legislature is being led by Arthur f. Mold president of the Chicago real Instate Board Robert e. Cook president of Illinois real estate Hoard and Henry to. Schintz. Executive Secretary of Roseland association Mold stated that negro a a ghettos Are caused less by discrimination than by the negroes Lack of social maturity. A people not buildings make he argued. Cook voicing the opinion of Bis group said that legislation is the answer to the housing problem and not a forced Schintz stated that his group objected to having the state order private use of property an owner May not want. In Chicago an organization of South Side ministers has re Quested an audience with mayor Richard Daley before the Conn oils judiciary committee meets for a final decision this week. The group headed by the Rev. Lincoln a. James pastor of Bethesda Baptist Church charged the judiciary committee pursued a policy of political expediency. The ministers also demanded four changes in the Bill submitted by City coi jux ration counsel John c. Meln Nipha and adopted by the judiciary committee. The changes would 1. Make the Bill apply to All structures instead of Only to structures containing six or More housing units. 2. Remove what the presidium regards As a publicity gag on the Illinois commission on human relations. The proposed legislation would forbid the commission to make Public complaints of discrimination. To Vilt p a Iii Vii t of Adt Liliona ministers i j a tit ploy Iii a t ii a of its claimant Hup up for unemployment pay in office at h7.>0 s. Stony Island ave., alien government started to Givi extra pay. Compensation Al Wilson j Al i ego three area students will Par Buffet dinner and social hour unemployment office. I 4747 South Park a. I of Ftp 866 e. 63rd St., and 8750 s. Stony t t Island ave., will be open from 8 30 a in to 4 . On saturdays to take claims for additional benefits from jobless who have exhausted their compensation. They will file under the new Federal Law that provides for up to 13 additional weeks of compensation Lor jobless who have exhausted their regular state benefits since june 30. 1960. Robert w. Johnston state labor director estimated that 35,000 Chicago area residents had exhausted their benefits. He also said that the program applies to former Federal government workers and sex servicemen who have exhausted their Federal benefits. S u e l c. Bernstein state unemployment compensation commissioner and Johnston s assistant said that the jobless Are to report at the same offices where they had filed regular Benefit claims. Claims Are to be filed Alpha helically on the following time schedule saturday Day. A to of 8 30 to to . G to l. 10 30 to 12 noon m to a 12 30 to 2 ., and s to a 2 30 to 4 . Other District offices in the Chicago area will follow the saturday schedule also. Tic Pate in annual High school in Wilson or. College gymnasium and coed lounge 6800 s. Stewart ave., next tuesday afternoon. Sponsored by the Wilson women s athletic association. The event will be correlated with the 50th anniversary of Junior colleges. Pat Brown. 7108 s. Prarle ave., will Lead the group in Community sinking. Barbara Williams. Secretary 6023 s. Vernon ave., and Barber Hary it or treasurer 1433 e. Marquette ave., Are on the hostess committee. One Hundred or More High school youngsters will be afforded the Opportunity to learn of Wilson its facilities and activities. Volleyball table Tennis Badminton and dancing Are planned activities for the recreational phase of the afternoon after these activities the girls Are scheduled for the visitors in the coed lounge. During the social hour a style show will be held featuring fashions of the period 1911 thru 1961. Ecca group reports Progress the educational commission of Ecca met this past tuesday evening in Southtown Myca lounge. 6545 s. Union ave. The group discussed the re port of the legislature subcommittee report on Hep dial clinic in Reading Progress participation in Ecca membership drive report on Kershaw school social Center program adult education director suggested new project and Progress re port on school questionnaire sur Rev. The Rev. Phillip Dripps. 6745 will be escorted on a tour of the is. Loomis blvd., is chairman of Campus by guides. A the education commission. In . Walk ont continued from Page i of Harmony within the organization a a we reiterate our conviction that inter Faith cooperation is essential to effective Community action in Woodlawn and we dedicate ourselves to this end. We shall continue to work ourselves to this end. We shall continue to work together As members of the Woodlawn ministers assn., the original coordinating organization of Woodlawn Rev. U. B. Blakeley denied that . Considered the University a he said the forthcoming meeting on apri 20 Between the University and . To Iron out differences was indication of the respect each of the groups has for the other. Rev. Blakeley stressed that . Is the organization of the people in Woodlawn that it was the duty of the churches in the Community to support the people in their efforts for social and physical rehabilitation. Rev. Brazier denied that . Is stirring up hatred in Woodlawn or dividing the Community. A we think that the Community s not being divided but United a he said. A the withdrawing Pas tors have never supported our efforts to unite Woodlawn and have sided with the University of Chicago against us in the Rev. Blakeley said that the existence of splinter groups has been the history of Woodlawn and that the creation of . Was an Effort to Correct this situation. A this is a time for Unity a Rev. Blakeley said not claimants must file wage reports individuals who received social Security payments in 1960 but earned Over $1,200 that year must file annual earnings reports with social Security no later than april 15. It is the deadline for filing several types of reports on 1960 earnings Marjan p. Staniec. District manager of the social Security office at 8800 Stony Island ave., warns the animal wage report asks for an estimate of 1961 earnings since recent changes in earnings limitations May result in More payments to workers who earn Over $1,200 a self employed person reports his social Security earnings once a year by filing a profit and loss statement designated As scheduled c with his Federal income tax return. If he has a profit of at least $400, he computes his social Security tax on the basis of 4l�rv of the profit up to the maximum taxable profit of $4,800. The tax computation is entered on the second Page of the schedule which is forwarded to internal Revenue with the completed return. The social Security tax is paid together with any income tax due. Internal Revenue then forwards the a schedule see to social Security Staniec said it is important for the self employed person to enter his social Security number accurately on this schedule. For information on this change in the Law Staniec suggested that working beneficiaries write or Call his office at Bayport afterthoughts Freedom rests and always will on individual responsibility individual integrity individual Effort individual courage and individual religious Faith. It does not rest in Washington. It rests with you and me. You Are a Christian to the degree you buy retail of wholesale prices expert fair Trad item wide selection of Slid and movie electric Eye Quot zoom Quot cameras and tape recorders Welcome Shoppert charge a make copier Seal photo in Are alive. Wisdom ii bettor than rubies. New occasion teach new duties. The Only love you can buy puppies for Sale. Men do not stumble Over mountains but Over molehills. From University of Illinois Myca bulletin Board. No Money Down no carrying charge 7829 s. Hoisted a. 3-3222 learn to drive correctly. Spacial Low offer Ace driving school 6 East Garfield blvd. 55th a state suite 203 Toke advantage of this Complete court featuring modern Clat room lessons dual control cart professional and patient instructors fro pickup at your Homo Call today and enrol Atlantic 5-5777 Mon. Thru sat., 8 . To 8 . Live poultry dressed free to order eggs. 3 1.19 live stewing hens. 29 live fryers 35 Dixon a to to Honor fathers Edward g. Olsen director of the National conference of christians and jews will be principal speaker on Quot father s night at 7 45 . Next wednesday in Dixon elementary school. 8306 s. St. Lawrence ave. V the jewish Leader will explain a Why we behave like prejudiced mrs. Warren Lindsey. 8251 s. St. Lawrence ave., is publicity chairman and mrs. Marshall Foreen 8357 s. Drexel ave., is a to president. 1-7860. And Oasis 23. Ask for pamphlet investment a we want our tax dollars wisely spent and not wasted but we believe that Money used for needed buildings essentia1 and Well equipped laboratories and the Best possible faculty tha can be assembled is an invest ment in people and not an expenditure which yields no re turn a a a Wisconsin journal o education. Fresh fish we also Corry c full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours daily 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 . Closed All Day monday Sabels products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 Lawn Council of Block clubs. Timuel Black a teacher a1 Hyde Park High school member of the teachers Union and president of Chicago chapter. Negro american labor Council and Welbourne a. financial director of wac Becj spoke in behalf of open occupancy at the March meeting of 3. Make housing owned by the group More than one person subject to in commenting on open occult Robertson paint wallpaper housewares gifts. We feature Dupont amp liquid tiling paint Wall Tex amp super Vanitas wallpaper amp famous Brand Garden supplies housewares toys amp gift wares the Law. 4 increase from 90 Days to six months after an offence occurs tile time in which a person could submit a complaint about Tho offence they said the league represents combined congregations of 100.000 persons. A was ministers we cannot stand by and watch our City fathers ignore Basic moral principles and reduce open occupancy to Mere political sex Jedi enc a said the Rev. Or. James. He said Hie league would be Pancy Black pointed out that Chicago was classified As one of the most segregated cities in America. He also Points out that Hoople forced to live in restricted areas because of race or religion find Manv obstacles and boundaries in their quest for equal Opportunity in housing employment and education. It is therefore imperative that open occupancy becomes a reality he concluded. Mollison gave a report on the City councils Public hearing conducted by tile judiciary anc1 Home interphone lets caller identify himself through outside speaker while you answer the door confidently by picking up the nearest phone. Room to room Calls can be answered Handt fret. Spring phone fair brings you a Quot Home full of Telephone convenience Gin a massive i petition Campaign state legislation committee and to organize support for its stand expressed grave concern about among Many Southside Organ the negative attitude shown by of nations joining in the bitter some of the members of the City housing Battle is the West Wood Council. 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Each line can have its own number and share All your extensions. Additional listings in the Telephone directory a Kent easy for other people to find any member of your family. Call your Illinois Bell business office or ask your installer repair Man about the Many new services that Cost so Little yet do so much for you. Better still come on Down to your Telephone business office and see for yourself at the Spring phone fair. 9 buy the paint that Worth the work.77 to atty later Illinois Bell Telephone

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