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Despres Independent political Leader Timuel d. Black and political science prof. George h. Watson were panellists at the Roosevelt University alumni meeting held at International House april 10. The discussion topic was he significance of Bop recent City elections. A though the democrats gained an 80 per cent City Council majority the handwriting is on the Wall for the forces of patronage favouritism and segregation said Despres. The speakers agreed one hopeful sign was Charles Chew s election in the 17th Ward. Chew Defeated a supposedly unbeatable machine in his Ward Despres polled a 7l2 to 1 majority of both negro and White votes in his 5th Ward Victory. Black a Hyde Park High school teacher lost As an Independent candidate in the 4th Ward. He stated that the Chew and Despres victories indicate that the people Are More interested in a candidates program than his race or political party. Watson Dean of students at Roosevelt a. And chairman of r the Independent voters of Illinois hailed the newly organized Independent democrats for political Progress a predominantly negro group. This group grew out of an Alliance of Black and six other Independent Aldermani candidates. Also Watson saw the mayoral election As a a True revolt a reversal of the 1959 democratic organization . All three lashed out at incumbent negro aldermen who a go along with the machine and Are silent on civil rights. A they deliver a a bloc vote that is actually against the interests of the citizens in the Ward a a said Black. Discussing political views Are Timuel Black Aid. Leon Despres Arlan Der c. Brown 7912 s. Indiana Dean George Watson and Jas. C. Edwards 8219 s. Drexel. Park Manor youth seek right to use playground College choir Here sunday the Kentucky state College concert choir will be presented at monumental Baptist Church 729 e. Oakwood blvd., sunday april 21, at 4 . The Church a april club is the sponsor. Miss Olivia Waddy a soloist with the choir has an a. B. Degree from Kentucky state and will the boys living in the Vicinity of 67th and Michigan play basketball on the nearby school court or snot that is the question. The boys Lead by Stanley Taitt 6649 s. Wabash had been playing basketball in the Brownell school playground 6741 s. Michigan. The nets were removed last summer after seven homeowners filed a petition with mayor Daley. Why were the nets removed according to mrs. Ernestine Curre who did no to sign the petition of 6740 s. Indiana Avem of the court. Homeowners Dij hey would be Back on th6 restly across from the school1 Brownell court by summer and were not aware of the problem. Male Good graces of the Home according to Taitt his group owners has been invited to give their Side of the Story at a Block club meeting wednesday evening april 17. The boys will ask that the nets be restored to the court on i a trial basis during clean up judge William v. Brothers week. Taitt says that if the boys thursday ordered the county to Are allowed to use the court j cease from taxing the Lake re during this week from 10 . Gion conference association of until 10 ., he will be per a seventh Day adventists tonally responsible for their and the county had levied $3,450 adventists win ruling Steps were taken to remove the Herence to the rules. Tait says taxes on the associations build is a school in Chicago. The concert is co sponsored nets when nearby homeowners reached the Point where they could no longer tolerate the noise. Night after night reported mrs. Currie 40 to 50 High school and College youths would drive up in cars run onto the court graduate of Englewood High Anc Bounce the Ball around until two or three in the morning. She described them As being by the Kentucky state College,19 dressed alumni association. 1 mrs. Curre s Home is in Back to morn residential window cleaning service private Homes and apartments appointment Only convenient a dependable windows cleaned All types shapes and sizes reasonable rates phone a 4-2691 he realizes the responsibilities ing at 8515-17 s. State St. For this will place on the group and the years 1960 and 1961. Is optimistic about their ability judge Brothers sitting in Cir to face it. Cuit court held that the build Brownell principal mrs. Glo ins was used solely for Educ Are a Williams says she did not to Nal and religious purposes have the nets put up or re and issued an injunction removed. She added that Brownell a straining the county from taxis a sixth Grade school and the i Quot a the association further and smaller children Are unable to voided All previous taxation the court because of the use cagers. Pirie Pat meets Tonitte v v a a a a. A a to j it i mrs. Williams a teacher for 30 years said the boys should go to their own schools or a nearby court at 71st and South Park. The regular monthly meeting mrs. Williams expressed Little the John to Pirie will Hope that Taitus plan would a thursday evening april work because the school ground of a. Ftp pm acquit 1. 11 a suf a United presbyterian Church 741 lights Are on All night to protect1 the school. She said this would a Lur us to subject of the evening will be probably encourage the boy the child speak of continue playing All night. A Fum win a be presented entitled Taitt s group intends to get a a Jamily in up petitions of their own from Coffee will be served. Players and prospective players j _ he said the fellow s were certain j Kbarbara i Boundary changes continued from Page 3 and eighth Grade pupils living in the Neil school and Pirie school attendance areas will also attend Dixon. Seventh and eighth Grade pupils living in the Mcdade school attendance area East of Indiana ave., will attend Burnside those West of Indiana ave., will attend Gillespie. I know a Cal is always on the spot for he news but this is ridiculous 1000 on your radio dial i James a. Neil kindergarten to sixth Grade beginning at the Dan Ryan expressway and 82nd St., East to Calumet ave., South to 84th St., East to South Park ave., South to 87th St West to the Dan Ryan expressway North to the starting Point. John t. Pirie kindergarten to sixth Grade beginning at Champlain ave., and 79th St., East to cottage Grove ave., South to 89th St., West to St Lawrence ave., North to s7th St., West to South Park ave., North to 84th St., East to Champlain ave. Extended North to the starting Point. For the two above school Boundary adjustments seventh and eighth Grade pupils living in the Neil school area will at tend Dixon. Seventh and eighth Grade pupils living in the Pirie school attendance area will attend Dixon. The Board of education is exacted to Rule on the proposed Boundary adjustments at its next regular meeting april 24 the Sbarbaro school will contain two kindergartens one Library lunchroom one gymnasium Assembly and auxiliary facilities. Willis report said there will be no expense in vol de Tor the schools it a Tein in the proposed caftan is

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