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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 14, 1960, Chicago, Illinois Machines candidates in independents lose by cohort d i William Dawson 3725 Lake in the primary. F a a a in a a a Gally open 63rd St. Saloon slipped a a a a votes to out the Back door moments be or James m. Burr. 4810 fore arrived on election u Daw on was unopposed Day. I some of them carried half f finished bottles of Beer in the sudden exodus. The Saloon the Blackstone inn 1436 e. 63rd St., had been doing a bustling business despite the Law that closes saloons until 6 ., when polls close. The patrons shuffled out with f in two minutes after a tip that the Saloon was open was Tele phoned to Woodlawn police. Detectives arriving after the customers had left merely peered in the Saloon s front window. Capt. Joseph Healy of the Woodlawn police station said he was investigating the incident. The Saloon is a couple of blocks from the station. Here As throughout the state candidates running against the regular party organizations were snowed under in tuesdays primary election. In the 25th state representative District the two insurgent democrats trailed More than 15.000 votes behind the incumbents who were backed by regular party workers. Final unofficial tally in this race was 27,200 votes for state rep. John g. Ryan 1526 e. 83rd pm. 22,-642 for state rep. Peter j. Whalen 8029 Vincennes 7,833 for John s. Sloan 7707 Wabash and 3,058 for Lucas t. Clarkston 8216 Eberhart. Sloan also ran for democratic Ward committeeman in the 17th Ward where he was beaten by . Rep. William t. Murphy d-3rd6617 Harvard who is the present committeeman. Sloan got 1,432 votes to Murphy a 6,655. With 883 going to a third candidate Robert c. Watts. In the second congressional District Coleman t. Holt 8059 Champlain lost the nomination for Congress to the incumbent . Rep. Barratt of Hara 7242 Crandon by a score of 33,445 to 5,371. Another Defeated anti organization candidate in the second District was Janet Poliak 1321 e. 56th St. She got 11,660 votes for Delegate to the National convention against 30,091 for Ald. Claude Holman 5200 University d-4th and 23,556 for Barnet Hodes 5555 Everett former democratic committeeman of the filth Ward. Two delegates Are elected in each District so Hodes and Holman will go to the convention in los Angeles this summer. In the Republican primary Genoa s. Washington 4508 South Park won the privilege of running against . Rep. Term since All the Republican incumbents were renominated. Republicans Here will be rep-1 Republican party officials had resented in Springfield by the decided before the primary to same state representatives next nominate Only one candidate in year As they have had this past each of the four local districts even though each District will elect three representatives in november. Therefore there will be no contests for state representative Here in the fall. Three of these Republican state representatives had opposition in the primary in the 21st, 22nd and 23rd districts. State rep. J. Horace Gardner 6014 Indiana h-21 St Bent challenger George a. Mccoy 4841 Prairie 6,165 to 963. In the 23rd, state rep. Noble w. Lee 5541 Woodlawn Defeated Robert Engle 6026 Ellis 12,242 to 4.016. In the 22nd District. State rep. Elwood Graham 6711 Langley laced three opponents but polled a higher vote than All three put together. He got 5,726 votes against 1,536 for Howard l. Perkins 727 e. 60th St. 365 for a. B. Hay jr., 6653 Maryland and 3.0p�i for Frank la. Green 454 e. 46th pm. In All local wards the 5th. 6th, 8th, 17th and 20thformer county judge Otto Kurner led for the democratic gubernatorial nomination with state treasurer Joseph d. Lohman second and Stephen a. Mitchell former democratic National chairman in third place on i he Republican Side gov. William Stratton out polled state sen. Hayes Robertson a floss Moor by tallies of about two to one. Stratton a total vote Here was about the same As Mitchell Samuel Wither organization backed candidate for . Senator was ahead of All five opponents in All wards Here. Former sixth Ward Alderman Sidney a. Jones jr., 6611 Ingleside was one of 13 Democrat nominated for seats on the municipal court. There was no opposition. Volume 2, no. 27 10c at Newsstands Chicago Illinois april 14, 1960 published at 439 e. 71st St. Tel. Siewart 3-1040 churches Mark holidays today tomorrow sunday tuesday s primary election like most contested political races in Illinois was spattered with alleged election Law violations of which Mort than 500 were reported to the Board of election commissioners. Charges that precinct captains were buying votes and that election judges were illegally entering voting Booths and voting machines were interspersed with lesser offence so like the Lohman poster shown above on a car parked in front of the polling place in a residence for University of Chicago theological students at 61st St. And Woodlawn. Posters Campaign buttons and other forms of electioneering Are forbidden within so feet of any polling place. School Board oks work in Woodlawn the Board of education has authorized a contract for improving parking facilities at Hyde Park High school 6220 Stony Island and it is considering a report by supt. Benjamin c. Willis which recommends buying land at 61st St. And University in order to relieve overcrowding at Fiske school 6145 Ingleside and at Carnegie school 1414 e. 61st St. The 61st St. Property has frontage of 369.5 feet on University and 174.11 feet on 61st St., and contains 64,334 Square feet. It includes six Row houses at 6039-6049 University the three Story building at 6029 University and the two Story building at 6025-27 University All these buildings Are 65 years old or older. The parking lot contract is for the lot on the North Side of 62nd St. West of Stony Island. Its total amount is $10,359, to be divided Between Chain link Fence corporation which will receive $2,065 for fences and Standard grading and construction com Pany which will receive $8,294 for parking barriers bituminous Yard area Concrete posts Concrete walks Concrete curbs and Yard drainage. Local judge s Case to go to High court two events Central in christianity Jesus crucifixion on Good Friday and resurrection three Days later on easter sunday Are reflected in the services being held in the area s churches on these two Days. Maundy thursday the Day of the last supper from which the concept of communion is derived is being marked today by the More traditional congregations. The churches making up the Chatham grand crossing ministerial association will hold Community services on Good Friday from 12 30 to 2 At the Chatham United presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th St., and the Park Manor congregation Church 73rd St. And St. Lawrence. Speakers at the Chatham Church will be the Rev. John Barbee pastor of the Ingleside methodist Church the Rev. Guil larimar pastor of Vincent methodist Church the Rev. Robbin Skyles pastor of St. James lutheran Church and the Rev. Jack Worthington associate pastor of cd rear memorial presbyterian Church. The Rev. Harry Andersen pastor of St. Stephens evangelical lutheran will preside. At the Park Manor Church the speakers will be the Rev. James Claypool pastor of Salem lutheran Church the Rev. William Faulkner pastor of Park Manor congregational Church the Rev Willis Locke pastor of Grace evangelical United Brethren Church and the Rev. George Rice pastor of Kelly methodist Church. The Rev. Charles Webb pastor of Park Manor Christian Church will preside. Special music will be furnished by the Park Manor congregational choir. Theme at both services will be a lenten be in charge of the late Liturgy. A Welcome the King will be Sung by the chorus of first presbyterian Church 6400 Kimbark 8 of clock tonight in the Maundy thursday service and from Olivet to Calvary will be Sung tomorrow. The parishes traditional youth breakfast will take place at of clock easter sunday services sunday will be at 9 30 and la the Illinois supreme court was to be asked this week to set aside the dismissal of the indictment of judge Henry c. Ferguson 6219 Eberhart on charges resulting from the traffic court ticket scandal. Illinois atty. Gen. Grenville Beardsley and states atty. Benjamin s. Adamowski last week announced jointly they will ask Justice Walter v. Schaefer to accept an Appeal and place it before the High court at its May term. # in a written Brief and argument the state and county prosecutors Hung a a piece of paper Label on judge Ferguson a plea in bar which resulted in the dismissal of the indictment by judge John Gutknecht. Plea in bar is a Contention that a judge cannot be prosecuted for judicial acts performed in Good Faith. The Ferguson plea in bar defense involves a constitutional question according to Adamowski and can be carried directly to the supreme court. The Brief and argument cites that judge Ferguson and 33 others including judge Sullivan were indicted Jan. 27 on charges of conspiracy. The Issue posed in the Appeal the prosecutors said May be thus stated a May a judge who has been indicted for conspiracy to obstruct Justice cheat and defraud the City of Chicago and the county of Cook and extort Money from motorists stand immune from indictment and trial merely because he files a piece of paper saying that what is charged against him in the indictment were judicial acts done in Good Faith and then by Labelling this piece of paper a a plea in bar foreclose the people from obtaining a review of the discharge of the defendant under such a device a judge John Gutknecht before whom the conspiracy charge came up in criminal court two weeks ago ruled that there was nothing in the indictment or in the record to enable him to determine whether the state was bulging the action because of a judicial act allegedly done corruptly or for criminal acts entirely separate from Ferguson a duty As a judge. A if the first a judge Gutknecht said a the defendant is entitled to his plea in bar and the state must answer it. If the second the state must so allege in the indictment or a Bill of particular. A to hold otherwise would subject the judge of any jurisdiction to Buckshot indictments instigated by any irresponsible states attorney who saw fit to disregard the necessary Protection with which the Constitution and the common Law have surrounded the judiciary a Gutknecht added a and would leave the judiciary open at All times to malicious and partisan All the choirs of greater institutional ame Church 7800 in Diana will Combine for the la Arn. Service sunday. The Sun Rise service at 6 . Will be followed by the annual men club breakfast. At 3 30 ., the congregation will see the annual sunday school program. A communion service will be available to the congregation at 8 of clock tonight. The menus chorus of Park Manor Christian Church 600 e 73rd St., will provide the music for the easter sunday Sunrise service at 7 . At the la service the Rev. Charles h Webb will take As his Sermon subject a i believe in the Cross easter services will be held at St. Augustine to Church 5831 Indiana at 8 Arn. And la Arn according to the Bishop g. D Hinkson. The Rev. William h Green will conduct Early divine Liturgy and Bishop Hinkson w in. The newly elected chairman of the Church federation of greater Chicago a department of citizenship education and action is the Rev. Charles t. Leber jr., co pastor of the Church. Before coming Here. Leber was director of a presbyterian Community House in Detroit. He is a member of the Chicago presbytery s Board of Church Extension and serves As a visiting lecturer n homiletics preaching at Mccormick theological Seminary. # easter sunday services will be held in the Gustavus Adolphus lutheran Church 7426 Drexel at 9 15 and 10 45 Arn. The sunday school children will participate in the Early service and the Rev or. Edwin c. Munson pastor will speak on a the resurrection he will preach on a the Power of the resurrection at the later service. The sunday services at the first universalist Church. 910 e. 33rd St., will feature special easter and passover music by composer Max Janowski the Church choir and soloist Beatrice Hor Witz. The hebrew Melody Quot leyl Shim Urima a night of watching spirituals a go Down Moses and a were you there when they crucified my lord a and the a a recitative and the a hallelujah chorus from Han Lela so a Messiah Are a part of the program for the la Arn. Service. A family breakfast will be served from 9 to to . In the social Hall of the Church. Sylvia Thompson 5828 Michigan a member of the Church school will help conduct the opening ceremonies of the service. The minister the Rev. Jesse Cavileer will preach on a the resurrection of Cav led stresses that a revival of Hope in the springtime after the harsh Winter is celebrated by All the great religions of Mankind. Not Only Are great events in jewish and Christian history remembered at this time but the return of the Earth itself to life in Green plants and Flowers is also celebrated by decorating churches with an abundance of Lowers in this season. A even the wearing of new and colourful clothing at eastertide a says the minister a while it is often criticised As having no religious significance is really our response to natures re clothing itself in Bright Spring Church school for younger children will be held at the same time As the adult service. A communion service will be celebrated in Salem lutheran Church 74th St. And Calumet at 8 of clock tonight. Tomorrow another communion service will take place at 10 . A children a service an hour later and tenebrae service at 8 On sunday easter worship at 11 . Will follow a third communion service this week scheduled for 8 30 . High mass in St. Columbanus roman Catholic Church 331 e. 71st St., will be at noon on sunday. Holy week services Are scheduled for 6 Tonight 3 Tomorrow and 8 . Saturday. Low masses sunday will be at 6 30, 8, 9, to and la . Twenty one persons will be confirmed and accepted into full Emmitt Stovall 8226 Eberhart dreamed of flying around the world when he was a boy in Seale Alabama. Shown at Midway Airport with his foot on the wheel strut of Cessna 182, Stovall now operates a part time non scheduled passenger and freight air services but he would like to go on to bigger things and perhaps bring his boyhood dream to pass. Stovall has 2,100 hours in the air to his credit and he has been operating his private air taxi for five years but his applications for a commercial Pilot s Job which he has submitted to 50 airlines have All been turned Down. Has own wings since commercial flying is almost completely closed to Negros Stovall says he would like to organize a new larger nonscheduled airline to be staffed with negro personnel. He Hopes that an around the world group tour by air can be organized to dramatize his plan. Membership of Whitfield methodist congregation 7600 St. Lawrence at a Sunrise service sunday at 6 30 . The annual menus club breakfast for the Community will Start at 7 45 . At the la . Service the Rev. Edsel Ammons will preach on a the Victory of life Over a children a program will be presented at A service of communion and meditation will be celebrated tonight at 8 In the Chatham i United presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th St. On easter sunday the churches youth group will conduct Sunrise services at 6 30 ., and will serve a breakfast afterwards. At two identical services at 9 30 and la ., the Rev. Don g. Morse will take As his Sermon topic a easter the Church will provide a Nursery service during both these services but there will be no Church school this week the pastor announced. Charles r. Stanley professor of music at Anderson College Anderson ind., and the Anderson College choir will appear at a one hour concert at the Church of god 62nd St. And Langley. Stanley currently is on a five state tour with the choir presenting concerts in Illinois Indiana Michigan Wisconsin and Ohio. The children a service sunday in Lincoln memorial congregational Church 6454 Champlain will be at i The adult services will begin two hours earlier. The primary and senior choirs will sing tomorrow night at the p. Of clock Good Friday service in the Crerar memorial presbyterian Church 8100 Calumet. Meditation subject will be a Between birth and at the easter morning services at 9 30 and 11 15, the Rev. Warren Strider will preach on a the teenage and pre teen models were featured in the annual Benefit fashion show suon Sord in the priests residence at holy Cross Church 842 e. 65th St., easter eggs Are being hidden in a priest s umbrella by Dolores Jackson and Carol Ramsey both of 6526 Drexel. Sunday by the greater Bethesda Baptist churches Excelsior club. Phillip Wood 7749 Wabash led off the Parade of teenage models. Mrs. Eva Mirant 7749 Wabash was in charge. # a the seven last words of Christ cantata by Dubois will be presented at 7 30 Sunday in the new covenant Baptist Church 740 e. 77th St. Preaching services Ara being held every night at 8 This week. In a the inevitable Dawn will be the Sermon topic on sunday at 10 45 . In Kelly methodist Church 70th St. And South Park. The Sunrise service is scheduled for 6 . With breakfast to follow at 7 15, and the Church school program will Start at 4 The Church will feature the Lincoln University choir under the direction of or. O. A. Fuller in an annual Spring concert next Friday at 8 In the Church auditorium. The concert is sponsored by t in Chicago chapter of the University alumni association. Maurice pm King 8241 St Lawrence is president of the chapter. Your Carrier receipt is now Worth 25c against a want and ifs easy to place a bulletin want and. Just Call Stewart 3-1040 ask for a had taker a bulletin want and can a placed for As Little As a $1.00. But a with your Carrier receipt Only 75c

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