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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 3, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Your Community newspaper serving Chatham Avalon. Englewood Park Manor and Woodlawn Ess volume 3, no. 43 10c at Newsstands Chicago ill., thursday August 3, 1961 published at 439 e. 71st St. Tel. Stewart 3-104c 25 per c month delivered to your door each thursday keep a others out lawyer warns Pat Allman newly appointed Legal counsel for the Rainbow Park association charged the group in its third meeting tuesday with two alternatives in the South Shore area. Allman amidst a standing ovation said a South Shore can become another Englewood Chatham Woodlawn or hypocritical Hyde Park. Or it can become a hated but Happy minutes earlier Allman had been introduced As the Man who had caused the discharge of 295 out of 300 persons involved in the Trumbull Park riots a few years ago. He also warned his listeners to beware of allowing a those whose income is a said to dependent almost 200 residents of the area bounded by e. 67th and e. 87th sts., Jeffery ave. And the Lake attended the evening meeting elected president of the infant civic organization was Stephen Goode 7860 s. Coles ave., who had chaired the past two gatherings. Other officers Are Arthur Wood 3027 e. 79th St., treasurer Herbert Rose 3129 e Cheltenham ave., Secretary and mrs. Irma Sheridan 7858 s. Coles ave., member of the Board. Election of a second Board member and the groups vice president was not confirmed. Committee chairmen named were John Ligtenberg 7560 South Shore dr., Legal and parliamentarian Arthur Woods and James Felice finance co chair men mrs. Sheridan membership and Charles Keller House committee. John Ligtenberg is also coun Sel for the Chicago teachers Union. Goode said the purpose of the organization to which Constitution and by Laws Are dedicated includes the preservation and conservation of the Community improve it through Block clubs and crack Down on illegal conversions and other violations. During the meeting spa officers collected More than $1,800 in dues adding to $900 already tallied from among 337 members of the group. Those in attendance voted to allow two types of membership Active from among property owners in the area and associate members including any resident non property owner such As tenants. Active yearly dues were set at $25 associate dues at $10. To become a member in the group applicants have to be endorsed by two paid members and Given a majority vote by the membership committee. Goode was overruled in asking for a unanimous vote by the membership committee before applicants could enter the group. Next meeting of the Rainbow Park association was set for aug. 29, 8 ., in the american legion Hall e. 75th St. And s. Coles ave. Child injured in Accident 1956 Buick which collided with a 1960 Corvair on the Corner of 77th and Wabash ave., carried thirteen persons ten children and three adults. Lewis Mcclain the Driver of the Buick was charged with Drunken driving. What could be easier if you have a problem with storage spaces filled with unused items there san easy Way to solve it. Look about you Home now and make a list of these items then Call the and taker at the bulletin want and office. When you list your Quot done to needs in an inexpensive want and you can Clear your storage areas for More useful purposes. Of course if you have a need for extra Cash this is the easiest Way to solve that problem. A Little and that does a lot of work. Quot the mighty midget want ads St 3-1040 Smith elected to High Post the Park Manor neighbors 324 e. 71st St., recently announced the election of its former president Ashby g. Smith 6918 s. Calumet ave., to National president of the National Alliance of postal employees. The National Alliance is a postal labor Union with 116 branches or locals in 38 states. Smith Victor Over Robert White of Washington in the recent election will take office at the close of the Alliance convention scheduled for Detroit mich., aug. 15-18. He will succeed attorney James Cobb who has led the organization since the death of Chicago a Ashby b. Carter in 1953. Smith was cited last Winter As the bulletin newspapers a neighbor of the he has been a Board member of Park Manor neighbors since 1953 and has served As its president from 1957-59. In addition to his other endeavours Smith has been an officer of the Chicago Branch National Alliance of postal employees for 16 years and Vic president of the National organization for two years. During his two year term of office the newly elected president will live in Washington . And will operate out of the National office there. Stop reckless driving Sloan cites 3 Crossings As serious auxiliary h Unis teen Talent a Chicago wide a teen Talent Hunt is being conducted by the Young professional women a auxiliary of provident Hospital. Any teenager who sings dances or acts is eligible to audition for a spot in a fall musical extravaganza. The twofold purpose of the Talent search is to give Young Talent a Chance to appear before the Public and to raise additional Community Council i uns or Bene a a provident Hospital. Corvair 1960, was hit and thrown onto the Lawn 7700 s. Michigan ave. Baron Bruton was driving the car. His son 1%, suffered head injuries and was taken to St. Georges Hospital. Bruton a wife and week old baby were shaken up. The Southside Community committee 6156 s. Cottage Grove ave. Is being heartily supported by several organizations in its annual membership drive it was announced recently. W. B. Mcclerkin chairman of the drive designated August 31 As the Climax of the Campaign the goal of which is $22,000. The Baptist pastors conference headed by or. E. J. Coles is supporting the drive by enrolling each Church As a Mem Ber and is soliciting the participation of businesses in the annual motorcade and youth seminar to be held in Washington Park tuesday August 8. Mrs. Majorie Stewart Joyner National supervisor of the c. J. Walker Beauty schools is encouraging businesses in the Woodlawn area to join the Agency. The women a City wide committee headed by mrs. Quincie Wakefield is canvassing the entire City and suburbs for memberships. This group has been consistent and effective supporters of the Southside Community committee. Annual organization member ship in the Agency which deals with thousands of children in keeping them interested in worthwhile activities is $10.00 a $16.00 membership will in title businesses to enter a car and advertise their services or products in the motorcade on August 8. A citizen residing in Chatham recently noted the serious traffic conditions in the Community and would like to see a considerable improvement made in narrowing the number of car accidents taking place. John Sloan president of the Chatham stated that while a death took a Holiday in Chatham Over the weekend there have been too Many serious collisions in the past months in Chatham. Sloan had at one time made a citizens arrest when he saw a car speeding recklessly through the Community. He stated that this was indeed a harrowing experience which should not be repeated. Reckless Drivers Sloan said Are a threat to pedestrians and should be dealt with severely. A it is Good when parents warn their children of the imposing danger while crossing the Street and while Riding bicycles Blit what can the children do when reckless Driver disregards the safety of these Young citizens a Sloan asked Sloan has noted that particularly at 76th amp s. Wash Bash ave. 77th St. Amp s. Wabash ave. And 77th St. Amp s. Michigan ave. There have been serious car collisions. Car accidents present another problem than that of injury to human lives. They also cause insurance rates to increase and reputable insurance companies do not want to handle insurance a risk a Sloan stated. This problem of irresponsible Drivers who threaten the lives of decent and Law abiding citizens not Only in Chatham but in other communities As Well should be the concern of All persons who want to see their neighbourhood become a Safe one he said. The Lucky teenagers selected will appear in the musical entitled a teens in professional entertainers will select three finalists who will be awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies. The musical is scheduled for late november in Dunbar High school auditorium. Interested teens May audition for the show at Lamson auditorium of provident Hospital 5034 s. Vincennes ave., sept. 23, from to a.rn.-12 noon. Additional information May be secured by contacting Lloyd general at provident Hospital Between the hours of 9 . And 4 Spearheading this new project is mrs. Chauncey Jones jr., assisted by mrs. Herman Stepto chairman of production mrs. Walter Mcconner chairman of the script writing committee and miss Doris Hoffman business manager. Miss Jan Roberts is president of the auxiliary. Readye new Ecca welfare chairman in a meeting of the welfare commission of the Englewood committee for Community action the Rev. David e. Readye pastor of St. Johns .e. Church was unanimously elected to serve out the term of Rev David Ramage former chairman of the commission. In accepting the position Rev. Readye voiced his concern for the welfare of the entire Englewood Community the magnitude of the Job to be done and his willingness to serve. He requested the whole hearted support of the membership of the Englewood committee for Community action in carrying out the program of the welfare commission. Other business transacted at the meeting was the securing of volunteers to help direct the sept. 5, a Ray program a Progress report on the study of Job opportunities for teenagers of the Community and a measure to bring to the attention of Englewood police the apparent increase of crime in the Northwest Section of Englewood. Picnic the w. 59th and s. Peoria ave. Improvement club is sponsoring a picnic August 5 for youngsters residing in the Block. Gifts will be Given to two Block residents Margaret Ford and Ora Howard june graduates of Beale elementary school 6043 s. Sangamon St. Grant through the award of a National science foundation Grant 95 High school teachers Are currently studying mathematics and physics in a summer course of study at Illinois Institute of technology. Best food buys of the week each week the bulletin publishes the Best food buys at your local food store As advertised in your bulletin Sabels farm products live stewing hens mob. Page 4 state Way super Mart Gow k sugar a la. M Mon. Amp tut., aug. 7 amp 8, with Coupon on Page 2 amp is Purchase wonder foods supermarket Quaker White c of Corn meal la. Bag m Page 3 Rea marines in Maneu vers Marine reservists scramble Clown net into Landing Craft. Dry land is still several Hundred feet away As Marine reservists splash through the surf during amphibious assault landings at Coronado Calif. Operation climaxed the unit s first week of annual summer training. Once ashore life preservers Are shed strewn along Beach background and assault Landing continues to its completion. To Climax the second week of their summer training Marine reservists will land on san Clemente Island via helicopter from an aircraft Carrier. It will he the first time Marine Reserve units have participated in such ail assault from a Carrier. Hard charging leathernecks from the Community who Are members of the Marine corps reserves 9th infantry battalion climaxed their first week of amphibious training with the Landing Force training unit As they assaulted one of Many beaches surrounding the naval amphibious base there. Men from the Community taking part in the Maneu vers Are pfc. Cardell l. Anderson jr., 7943 s. Vernon ave. Pfc. Donald Ellis 7750 s. Rhodes ave. Cpl. John e. Devine jr., 8249 s. Maryland ave. Pvt. Cornelius Lasenby 7937 s. Michigan ave. Cpl. John to. Hartfield 6419 s. Vernon ave., pvt. Lyle e. Smith 8610 s. Ingleside ave. Pfc. Brewster Taylor jr., 9425 s. Forest ave. Cpl. Thomas Lenord 6422 s. Park ave. It was a novel experience for younger marines whose Only Contact with a beachhead had been enjoyed vicariously at a local movie House. For older members of the unit it must have brought memories of beachhead assaults in the heat of the South Pacific or the biting cold of North Korea. All week the citizen marines had rehearsed and drilled for this Landing exercise. They were up at 5 . Daily and from Early morning until evening there were classes to attend lectures to hear and runs of particular problems All designed to key the coming assault to perfection. Then the moment of truth As the keel of the Landing Craft scraped Sand just below the surf. The ramp came Down with a splashing thud revealing a White Sand Beach which could have bristled with enemy guns. Instead some distance Down the Beach bathers were enjoying the Southern California Sun. Chicago marines had boarded an attack transport the Day before and As the ship put out to sea they had an Opportunity to see and experience shipboard life As Well As learn what it takes to launch a successful amphibious assault. Then several hours were spent in a form of exercise new to most of the reservists. It is called wet net training. After the ship has launched her Landing Craft cargo nets Are dropped Over the sides. Marines disembark by going Over the Side and climbing Down the nets into waiting assault Craft. This can prove a difficult task at times especially when the ship Rolls with the Ocean swells and Small Craft Bob like corks. But after several practice runs Chicago leathernecks had the situation pretty Well in hand and spent the remainder of the night aboard ship resting for their Early morning landings. Monday the 9th infantry battalion leaves Coronado for two Days of weapons training at Camp Matthews located about 18 Miles up the coast. The rolling Hills there offer a different setting from the Ocean surrounded amphibious base where they spent the first week of training. At Camp Matthews the marines will fire machine guns and mor tars As Well As their own i rifles. Thursday they will launch a helicopter assault on nearby san Clemente Island and participate in a live fire exercise there. This year the unit i training schedule emphasizes amphibious assault landings As Well As the newer concept of vertical assault by helicopter. Geared to the atomic age the helicopter assault accents Speed mobility and split second timing. The two week summer training program is intensive and fast paced. It will be a weary but a a veterans group of marinas who return to Chicago August 5

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