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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 29, 1963, Chicago, Illinois A sub a Board votes to remove t trailers continued from Page 1 who said Engles had spoken for that Community. Rev. Readye said. Quot i was out Here on the site and i want the Board to know just How deeply this thing has affected the Quot i will Only go along with the 71st and Union avc., site so Long As it conforms with the stipulations of the Armstrong Bill a Rev. Readye added. Let it Board member Warren h Bacon questioned whether All members of the real estate finance committee had been invited to the sub committee meet ing to review the 73rd and Lowe situation. It was then stated by Whiston that of some mix up had occurred in the Board s office and that somehow everyone had been invited but the committee members. Bacon said that this Only added to the confusion of the Lri a r Kimit of demonstrations at 73rd and Lowe stale rep. Charles 4rmslrong right visited Sill along with comedian Dick a Regory third from shortly after this picture was taken Gregory his wife Lillian and two companions were arrested. When Gregory was arrested a second time at the site pfc refused to sign Hond. He was finally released by the court on August 23� Armstrong is author of amendment to the school code which profits locating schools in areas which will promote segregation. He imported the parents at 73rd and Lowe in their re Istance to the site As did 17th Ward Aid. Charles Chew. Ecca sponsors Community a Aback to school Parade the . At an emergency iconic a grave one in Chicago Zens in securing equal Educ meeting Complete plans for its a it is the Hope of . That tonal opportunities for children i Quot Back to school sched the Parade will arouse the Par regardless of race Creed or a used for saturday. Ends to their responsibility of tonal origin. Keeping their children in school Rev. David Readye prom until completion of at least a the Parade chairman or Dent of the group stated that High school education he sex Willie Pittman stated that he purpose of the Parade is to planned. Awards would be Given for Best stress the importance of today s Rev. Readye emphasized a performance in the Parade Vogtli having in school the meeting that much work . Will furnished free re a the drop out problem has be Lay ahead for All Chicago Citi fresh cats for All participants. Engl ii Ood evening school sets Advance registration i Advance registration for the its maximum membership Stu fall semester will be held at dents May be enrolled Only if then North on Throop is the Englewood evening school another student has dropped Ogden Park. A 6201 South Stewart Avenue on out. Wednesday and thursday eve Lowe problem and that in order to resolve the Issue the Board would have to have a head count of the area students and know exactly How the Community stood. Engles mrs Simpson Rev Readye. And other Englewood leaders had been meeting with school officials during the past few Days in an attempt to re solve Tihe 73rd and Lowe Contro verse. The meetings were not publicized. # t removal of the Mobile unit it hmm 73rd and Ltd maxes a Battle in which More than 166 arrests were made. Mothers and their children were taken to jail because of their staunch resistance to what they termed segregated education. Or. Simpson last week had i launched a Campaign to Boycott the Mobile unit school in september if the units were not remo de. A this represents the Sec Ond main Victory for the a mall but de on uned band of parents a n 71 a Nyrl leu not Abernathy taxi assn., Ine. Licensed amp landed driven As close As your phone meter rates he 7-5400 to 8-9100 the Parade line of March willbe assemble at 61 st st. And s. Sangamon at 10 . Step off at 11 ., marching East on 61st st. To s. a Bra South Halsted South on Halsted to Marquette re. And West on Marquette re. To Throop is into b3sc ass ubi contract purchasers Are your monthly payments too High ? a reduce your payments a Cut your interest rate 5 /4% a get your deed now save hard earned dollars with an . Or . Refinancing loan from Sivart the Sivart corporation 414 East 47th Street Chicago 53, Illinois Kenwood 6-3220 Ning sept. 4 and ,5, at 7 00 . Enrolment will continue through thursday sept. 19, 1963 although classes will begin on monday sept. 9. A an expert staff on faculty advisors will be present to Speed up registration a announced Alexander w. Burke principal. A student will receive individual guidance to fit their varying needs and prob items. Our registration system is simple and to Register for evening school any adult Over sixteen 16. Years of age May report to the lunchroom at the North end of the building. The first Steep in the registration system is the payment of a s7.50 registration charge plus a 50c activity fee which is the entire Cost Lor one year of evening school during which a student May earn six credits toward graduation. The prospective enrollee then receives registration cards and a copy of the school program. In the second step the student is directed to a faculty advisor who counsels the student in the Choice of subjects and the preparation of that students program. Advance registration assures a student that the classes in which he is interested Are still Ecca seeking studying in Dir Toi Michael n. Payne 9208 s. Lowe is working this summer at Illinois Bell Telephone co., to get firsthand knowledge about the business world. He is studying Telephone traffic engineering problems. Payne will be a senior this fall at the University of Illinois where he will major in mathematics. He is among 24 outstanding Midwest under graduates selected by the Telephone co., to participate in its student summer pm open. Once a class has reached1 ploy ment program. Food Specia if <8 fab Large Box 25 fresh a meaty spare ribs wonder foods super Market 1200 East 61sf st. Home grown beef Steak tomatoes Hunt s yellow cling peaches 2vj nne cans we 39 la. 3 lbs. Of for co 0 4 . Choice a lean amp tender Chuck steaks jays potato chips Large 4ac perfect for barbecuing 49 la. 39 Box 59c value Patrick Cudahy a Boneless cooked ready to eat canned picnic Home grown Large Green peppers 3for 1qc new red potatoes 1 0 for 39 a i extra fancy Long Grain Rice 0 3 la. Can Only 5 21b. Of bag co la. Can Only Golden yellow bananas Nightingale pure ground Black Pepper a 65 1 Georgia s finest frying chickens 23c 9 la. La. Whole Home grown Mustard or turnip tops bag Argia b s mumb0 sauce 16-Oi. Jar 25 Patrick Cudahy Boneless cooked ready to eat canned hams specially priced for labor Day weekend washed and cleaned. A a a a la. 10 Home grown tender Green Beans Quaker White Corn meal a go. 3 la. Can Only 5 la. Can Only 10 la. 5 bag All Sale items must accompany regular Purchase order open monday labor Day at 8 . Wonder foods Sale Days . Supermarket hours 8 . To 9 . Sundays 8 . To 6 . 1200 East 61st Street a bus Levi Thi right to Umit Quanti Iii the Englewood commit Lee for Community action Ecca is seeking a new executive director. Ecca pres. Rev. David e. Readye has announced that the former executive director Robert Atwood has resigned to take the position of executive director of the newly formed Board of Community relations in Toledo Ohio. This Board is comparable to the Chicago commission on human relations. Atwood resigned from Ecca August 6 and left Chicago for Ohio August 13. He returned for a Farewell party on August 18 at the Home of 5th Ward Aid Leon Des pres. Atwood began working with Ecca in november of 1961. Handling the personnel interviews is the Rev. Phillip Dripps pastor of the Ogden Park methodist Church. Rev. Dripps asks prospects to Send applications to 733 w. 64th st. The position pays about $6.500. A woman does More walking than a soldiers you put in enough mileage on household chores. Don t add to it at Bill paying time. Instead of dashing All Over town with a purse full of Cash just sit Down and write Cheeks. Mail them at your Corner mail Box. Nothing a easier except the easy Way you can open a checking account at South East. Come on in wed like very much to have you Bank with us. South East National Bank �3rd of Wood own a a of Bank and parking lot at 6243 University a saturday banking till now. Zombor moral Deposit tvs Franco corporation. Phonon Dorch Ostor 3-4000 a or \ a. A a Vav 4. 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