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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 28, 1960, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday april 28, 1960 Page 3 train wreck stirs Row last weeks it a train derailment near 63rd St. And Calumet injured 48 persons and the Law enforcement sensitivities of c Apt. Joseph Healy commander of the Woodlawn police District. Hospitals reported that nearly All the injured had been sent Home and that none were in serious condition. Healy however was still Smol Dering this week about cat policies which kept the police from talking to the trains Motorman James c. Smith for nearly 20 hours. Even after 20 hours the Motorman under cat orders refused to Tell police anything other than his name address badge number and the fact that he had been the Motorman when the train went off its rails. The cat issued statements blaming the wreck on Smith who was accused of going too fast on wet tracks. But witnesses quoted Smith As saying the brakes failed. South Park station before it derailed on the curve. The front two cars of the train jumped from the northbound tracks Over a six foot space to the southbound tracks. The second car smashed about to feet alongside the rear of the first car. The trains conductor was David Ravenfeld 55, a cat employee since 1945. Two cars bus crash firemen Wash spilled gasoline off the Roadway at 71st St. And i riders on the bus were taken to Woodlawn Hospital. Driver of the car that initially went out of control was Robert South Park sunday morning after a southbound car crashed into Frazier 31 of 452 e Marquette. The second car was driven by another Auto which in turn crashed into a northbound bus. Two i comae Lewis 63, of 6520 South Park. Topical service planned to Aid personal relations a persistent irritations a will be the topic of this sundays worship service at the first universalist Church 910 e. 83rd. Formal worship dramatization and discussion will be employed in the experimental service announced the churches minister the Rev. Jesse Cavileer. The service is a designed to help with personal relations Between husbands and wives parents and children business partners and other close associates a Cavileer says. Tuesday night at a meeting sponsored by the social action committee of the Church the Rev. Ross Weston described his experiences lighting segregation in Virginia. Weston now pastor of the Evanston unitarian Church was sentenced for contempt of court in Virginia when he criticized a pro segregation judge for his use of biblical quotations in a court decision. Arguing that the judge was a in contempt of clergy a Weston appealed. A higher court exonerated him of the charge. # the Rev. Jack a. Worthington assistant minister at Crerar memorial presbyterian Church 8100 Calumet will preach sunday at la . On a and after easter a a everlasting punishment is the subject of the lesson Sermon to be Given sunday in the first Church of Christ scientist 6646 Stony Island and the 23rd Church 75 e. 83rd St. # # # a the loveliest night of the year will be the theme for the annual reunion dance of the Chicago chapter of the Sisters of the blessed sacrament alumni association to be held at Roberts show lounge 6622 South Park sunday at 5 ., according to mrs. Theresa Bell 8059 state. The organization includes men and women who have attended schools where Sisters of the blessed sacrament have taught. Is i a a rhapsody in hats a a Spring fashion show will be presented by the Golden Guild club and the woman a Day red team of greater institutional ame Church 7800 Indiana this sunday from 3 30 to 7 Hats by Rudy Ingersoll 7701 South Park and Lois Gladney a hat designer will be featured. Stanley Dotson 7701 South Park will be special soloists on the program and Vernon Bond 7353 Rhodes will be the organist. Millinery will be modelled by Goldie Alexander 1309 e. 72nd pl., and Connie Rice 8041 Vernon. Hostesses include mrs. June Hawkins 8512 Michigan mrs. Mary love 7349 South Park mrs. Catherine Smith 706 e. 78th so mrs. Louise Cleveland 7753 Calumet mrs. Mary John son 8212 Langley mrs. Mary Gutter 7514 Prairie mrs. Carole Rny Smith 1512 e. 65th Edna Cannon 6432 Langley and mrs. Emma Dennis 7713 South Park. Refreshments. Will be served following the show. Mrs. R. I. Dotson 7701 South Park is president of the sponsoring group and the Rev. R. I. Miller is pastor. Xixi mrs. James Claypool wife of the pastor of Salem lutheran Church 74th St. And Calumet is scheduled to speak today on together we live before the first convention of the augus Tana lutheran Church women of the denominations Central conference. The convention which will end tomorrow is taking place in Hobart ind. Board to hear Church Shell Oil the City zoning Board of appeals was scheduled to hear request for a Church in a one Story Brick building at 348 e 75th St. Tuesday afternoon. The Church would be located in a restricted retail District. Also scheduled to appear before the Board were representatives of the Shell Oil company who want to conduct a trailer rental service in conjunction with a service station at 8700 South Park. From this area the injured included Irving Cunningham. 26, 6147 University Thomas Gartin. 35, 6318 Maryland Robert a. Saddler. 58, 7631 South Park John Davis 20, 7016 Harper and Johnny Woods 23, 6355 Ingleside who were taken to provident Hospital. Doctors at Billings Hospital treated Lizzie Pruitt 28, 6547 Blackstone Jerome Hyde 50, 27 e. 73rd St. Kenneth Patnett 31, 6147 Ellis theodus Rogers 25, 1448 e. 72nd pm. Richard Brown 29, 8261 Langley Bernice Miller 35, 6146 Dorchester and Dessero Gaines 34, 6244 South Park. At Woodlawn Hospital were mrs. Lilder Sherrod 27, 6446 St Law rence Robert Thomas 40 8207 Evans Johnny Bryson 40 8119 Langley James Johnson 32, 808 e. 63rd St. Virgil Wil hams 30, 6201 Ingleside Doro Thea Brown 29, 6818 Normal and Eddie Mccullough 51, 854 e. 64th pm. Ravenfeld said a we went through the South Park station without stopping. I gave the Motorman a Buzz but he did no to respond. A we were travelling at Normal Speed As far As i could Tell although i done know exactly How fast Normal Speed would Ravenfeld said he did not know Smith since the Motorman was not ordinarily assigned to the Jackson Park line. About too firemen and civil defense workers aided in Rescue operations. Edward Brennock acting fire marshal said workers pried open train doors and smashed through windows to reach about 60 passengers on the train. The injured some of them placed in baskets were brought Down on 8 to to fire ladders and a snorkel a equipment. A Healy said it was a an old trick of the a tax not to make employees involved in accidents available for police questioning. He asked an opinion from the corporation counsels office on whether cat employees involved in accidents could be forced to give statements to police. A cat spokesman said that transit employees Are a in the same position As any other citizens and thus do not have to provide anything other than their names and addresses to the spokesman acknowledged that Smith had been instructed to give the police Only his name and other identifying information but not to make a statement on the Accident. Two detectives hunted for Smith thursday after the Accident. While they searched the cat was taking a statement from him in an undisclosed place. The cat ref f de to did no the con ends of the Stab Lent. Passengers and other witnesses told police that the train failed to make a scheduled Stop at the even in cases when the police want to place charges against an employee including those where deaths Are involved the order stood that employees do not make statements except to cat officials. Block to hear Ashby Smith Ashby g. Smith. 6918 Calumet former president of Park Manor neighbors will be guest speaker at the Marquette Evans 6500-6600 Block club meeting next tuesday at 8 The meeting will take place in the Home of or. And mrs. John c. Robinson 662�?o eve its ave. I mis. Estella Thomas 6528 the cat spokesman said that if. Is i in in ont of the g our. Two differ on Federal Aid the Excelsior club of greater Bethesda Baptist Church 5301 Michigan recently sponsored a Spring fashion show. Displaying the styles Are from left Bernice shears 8223 Langley Gloria Fletcher 5955 Michigan Moiselle Ingram 6632 Maryland and an Netta Taylor 411 e. 63rd St. District eight of the archdiocesan Council of Catholic women will observe a a presidents Day tuesday at 2 In holy Angels Parish 555 Oakwood. Heads of Parish and associated organizations within the District will report the achievements of their groups in Council sponsored activities for the year. Among those making the reports will be mrs. William Powell 6007 Michigan St. Anselmus Parish mrs. Alvin t. Williams 6506 Minerva St. Claras mrs. Aubrey Matthews 7305 Eberhart St. Columbanus mrs. Ray Linnan 6122 Dorchester St. Cyril a and mrs. Lester Bazel 6119 Langley holy Cross. Costumes of too years ago Are being designed by mrs. Henry Koehler 6043 University. They will be worn next tuesday from 2 to 4 By hostesses at a Tea in the United Church of Hyde Park 53rd and Blackstone. The Tea sponsored by the churches women a society will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Church. Xixi i the Board of directors of the credit Union of St. Columbanus Church 331 e. 71st St., will hold its monthly meeting on May 8 at 1 30 In the recreational room of the Church. The supervisory credit and educational committees will meet jointly with the Board. The credit Union was established to make Loans available to members of the Parish. James a Franklin 6748 Prairie credit Union president is urging All interested members of the Parish to Contact the organization for further information about Loans and membership. Udell Weathers 7451 Cham Plain is treasurer and mrs Rubie Johns 218 e. 69th pm. Is Secretary. State rep. Noble w. Lee d-23rd said last week that Federal Aid to education is unnecessary now because the National classroom shortage will be eliminated in 6 i years., but another Man Roald f. Campbell of 5842 Stony Island argued sunday night that the Federal government should pay As much As one third of the total Cost of Public education in the United states. Campbell us education professor and director of the Midwest administration Center 5835 Kimbark addressed the National school boards association convention on the topic a policy implications of the National defense education Lee who is Dean of John Marshall Law school spoke to the City club. Leather Coats cleaned amp Pearl Zed shortened amp repaired by experts d. L. Cooper 8014 s. Cottage or. He. 3-3404 learn to drive do you need help getting Drivers License or Are you having trouble getting learners permit. If so Call by 8-5980 the North american driving school is opening their special Spring course for beginners and a Brush up course in backing. Parking. And heavy traffic driving. This and entitles you and a Friend to Start for As Little As #5.00 in our special Spring course. This Spring course is limited to the first 30 people calling and enrolling today. So go to your phone now and Call Butterfield 8-5980. North american Dri Vino school 736 East 63rd Street suite i amp 3 by. 8-5980 dance profits to Aid baseball the l. L. Women a auxiliary a first Spring dance will take place this Friday at 8 In the Carmain room of the Jet club 6219 Prairie. Proceeds from the dance will Benefit summer baseball for boys in the Park Manor area. Music will be by Chick Gordon a band. Mrs. Ann Ivy 6920 Calumet is chairman and mrs Ethel Burrell 7520 Evans is vice chairman of the Benefit. A we need to recognize contrary to Rumor thai the Federal government is the most econ Mica i tax collector we have local government is the most wasteful a said Campbell. A moreover in today a Economy Many of our tax resources Are not available to local and state governments a he added. A Only through Federal funds can any part of these resources be used for educational Campbell also said that Overall National education planning will continue to increase that Federal funds should be Chan need through state agencies and provide for general not specific Aid and that a coordinated Federal policy for education is needed. A perhaps a Blue Star commission needs to be created to examine current National policy for education a he said. A with or without such a commission a he concluded a your National policy should be raised to the level of consciousness and its alas Quot Glass Quot shop save your furniture tops with Glass tops enlarge your rooms with mirrors. For Frei estimate Call Drexel 3 3985 534 East 46th Floe Carl c. 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We said these proponents a obviously depend upon the Assumption that with lots of Money spent there will be no poorly educated he added that the teacher shortage another argument used by the proponents of Federal Aid cannot be solved by Money alone. A it stems directly from a miserable inept undisciplined and no stimulating educational pattern. Why should any of its products want to go into it a a anyone who believes that control does no to follow Money either Means that control does no to follow it next week but Waits a few Days to be polite or he Means he does no to know How the government operates a Lee charged. Birj 12th anniversary Bouldu. 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