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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 1, 1960, Chicago, Illinois Cavel raps her Stirt Daif laps for court Here v the Gavel comes Down for the last time tomorrow at grand crossing municipal Branch court 834 e. 75th St. Its Hickory rap will sound the final decision ending a colourful Era of local courtroom Justice that dates Back to feb. 4, 1924. Municipal court chief Justice Raymond Drymalski ordered the court discontinued tuesday and transferred hearings to the South Chicago Branch 2938 e. 89th St. Drymalski a executive Tity Francis x. Poyton. The move was Quot for the of the Quot we just done to have enough judges to cover All the courts and hear cases. The court was closed for reasons of he explained. Resolutions calling for the consolidation of the two local courts were adopted by the South Chicago bar association oct. To at a meeting in which Poyton said one of the two benches would have to be terminated. Association members voted in favor of merging the grand crossing Branch with the South Chicago court. They said the association would oppose Quot any move at any time Quot that would abolish its court or the 2nd municipal court District. The merger will be carried out after the last Case is heard tomorrow afternoon. Beginning monday grand crossing Calls will be heard at South Chicago with judge John l. Sullivan presiding. Court will be held Between 9 a m. And i . Sullivan then travels to the Englewood court for the remainder of the Day. The merger will mean an increase of some 140 cases a Day. Approximately to cases Are now tried daily at South Chicago. Quasi criminal cases and Petty Domestic difficulties from the following police districts will be heard grand crossing. Burnside Kensington East bide and South Chicago. Woodlawn defendants will be Fried at the Englewood court. Hyde Park cases will be called at the Wabash court. A big Factor in Drymalski a decision to close grand crossing was the pressure exerted on his office by the South Chicago bar association. The association knew that one of the courts was destined for extinction and so fought for retention of its Branch. Three aldermen with wards in the jurisdiction of the South Chicago court supported its retention. They Are aids. Emil v. Pacini 10th James a. Condon 8thand Nicholas j. Bolding 7th. The South Chicago court which Drymalski said Quot is in very Good is quartered above the South Chicago police station. On hand to help mrs. Patay Gross celebrate 91 St birthday Are. Man Ding from left mrs. Until William great granddaughter in Law and or. And or. Tony Mailer grandchildren. With or. Gros Are left granddaughter. Or. Myrtle Gile and daughter. Mrs. Noha Green. Four generations attended the 91st birthday Celebration of mrs. Patsy Gross at the Home of her daughter mrs. Noba Green 6414 South Park ave. According to mrs. Green her Mother was in Good health until last year and could even execute a few dance Steps. At present she is ailing but still Perks up and pats her foot when she hears a Good tune. Mrs. Gross attributes her longevity to an overwhelming love for life and people. She is a member of Prairie Avenue Baptist Church 6426 s. Prairie ave. A few party guests and family members who participated in the Celebration shown above from left Are mrs. Myrtle Giles granddaughter mrs. Gross and mrs. Green. Standing from left Are mrs. Ruth Williams. Great grand daughter in Law and or. And mrs. Tony Maney grandchildren. Surprise party Marquette Evans Block club celebrated the birthday of its oldest member at their last meeting. A Surprise party that was Given in the Honor of mrs. Sonora Baxter. 84. Of 6547 s. Evans was attended by approximately 40 guests. The Celebration for the elderly member was Given in the Home of mrs. Mary Gardiner 732 w. Marquette re. Refreshments were served and the honoured guests received Many Beautiful gifts. Next meeting of the club will be held dec. 6 at 8 . In the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Van Hoose 6544 s. Evans ave. Mrs. Estella Thomas 6523 s. Evans ave., is president. Survey nears completion Iii Chatham each of the six sub areas of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council Are rallying forces to Complete the school population Survey conducted by the schools committee of the Council. Local a to presidents and representatives and sub area chairmen. The activities Are under the direction of or. George Reed 7743 s. Calumet ave., Council schools chairmen. In sub area i residents working on the Survey will return the completed forms to or. And mrs. W. Burney 7714 s. Wabash ave. Or or. And mrs. H Nipson 7724 South Park ave. Mrs. Burney is president of buggies a to and mrs. Nipson is school education chairman. Nipson is a member of the Council schools committee. Sub area ii residents submitted the completed census Blanks to or. Edgar a. At her Ley 7744 s. St. Lawrence ave. At a meeting in Whitfield methodist Church. E. 76th and s. St. Lawrence ave. At 8 . Wednesday nov. 30. A total of 12 Block club presidents and committee chairmen in the sub area have been actively assist ing Howard Mason schools chairman for the area in the successful completion of the Survey. Other sub areas and adjacent Community groups Are expected to arrange for the collection of the completed forms Well in Advance of dec. 7, when the schools committee for the Council will again meet in Crerar memorial Church at 8 . To tabulate the results of the Survey. It is anticipated that the door to door canvass will provide an accurate picture of the numbers of school children now attending Public private and parochial schools in the Community and will further provide a basis for estimating populations of local schools for the next five years. Sets top award the bulletin thursday dec. I 1960 Page 3 13th annual shoots girl Friend performances Handel s Quot Messiah Quot will be performed by the Rockefeller Chapel choir at the University of Chicago sunday dec. 4, at . A of. Florence Thompson and Iii wife Virginia show flip trophy Given him by postmaster Carl a. Schroeder. The Post office Anarch the first recognizing the safety record of ii Drivers was presented Thompson for 2,"i years of Safe driving without a single Accident. Thompson lives with his wife and two sons John 11 and Kurgie 7. At 6639 s. Rhodes ave. Senior citizens attend social Security Tea a 15-year-old youth acting on his ministers advice gave himself up in the fatal shooting of his girl Friend James Jackson. 6628 s. Green St told police he accidentally shot Florretta Ward 3651 s. Federal ave., with a revolver Richard Vikstrom director of isl near in 8 pay Al tussle in Chapel music at the University of Chicago will conduct the 40-voice choir members of the Chicago symphony orchestra and organist Edward Mondello. It will be the 13th annual performance of the Quot Messiah Quot at Rockefeller memorial Chapel 59th Street and Woodland ave. General admission is by ticket. Daniel Robins newly appointed Carillon eur of the University will play a 2 30 recital preceding the concert. A a harpsichordist Fernando Valenti will give a recital at the University of Chicago at 8 30 ., Friday dec. 2. Valenti will perform works of Purcell. Rameau Balbastro Bach Powell and Scarlatti. The recital is in Leon Mandel Hall 57th St. And University ave. General admission also is by ticket. Friend s apartment. The youth said he hid All Day sunday and walked the streets monday until he heard of the girls death. Jackson then called the Rev. Richard Gleason pastor of the Bible witnesses Mission who advised him to give himself up to the police. Auto insurance free bail Bond card no Money Down we insure anyone 24 or. Survick _ a a he 6-3062 Call be 6-5555 Friendly insurance agcy. 1636 w. 63rd shop Early at Beckett furniture co. I Tifi t i 7605va s. Cottage i 6-2025 Cash or credit two of area get degrees s. Spotlight on Chatham by Marcia Lane Vespa Chatham moves ahead miss Susan Ward 6003 Carpenter St., was the Only student from Chicago to Complete requirements for a masters in education while miss Clemen Tene Clark. 8247 s. Wabash ave., was among four City residents awarded a masters in science. The diplomas Are mailed to graduates each fall because no commencement ceremony i s held in the off season. This years total included 369 bachelors and 556 advanced degrees. 120 years of social Security payments were represented by six senior citizens who attended the 25th anniversary Tea in the District office 8800 s. Stony Island ave. Last tuesday. Those who attended were Albert j. And Maude k. Ton 46 e. 80th St. Sara e. Smith. 7920 s. St. Lawrence William Kahn 1607 e. 69th St Adolph Hoffinger 2389 e. Or a commission on senior Citi Zens asserted that there Are Many Community activities seeking the help of the retired individual. He also pointed out some of the accomplishments of such individuals. Be eight thousand the be eight thousand the 70th St Naima Helenius 615 e. S g0h a a d Eberhart Block 82nd pm. Two of the group Are,.,club is making plans for their outdoor decoration program for Christmas. The club has already solicited too per cent participation in the project according to Andrew Miller 8023 s. Eberhart still employed and one lady sent her regrets her employment kept her from attending. The group of 30 individuals marked 1940 As the year they started receiving month la social Security payments. They were ave., president. Quot wholesome Community in line with this theme Quot a City within a City Quot was Louis Fitzgerald 8211 s. Michi presented by the department of g an ave., with the Aid of Burn City planning. Chicago plan Side police personnel explored commission at the 14th annual Community cooperation with to meeting of the South Side plan Cal police. Ning Board. John j. Thomas jr., or. George Reed. 7743 s. Calu j Houi of Over 73 seafood item 7931 s. Calumet ave., sub area act ave., reported on the work a crabs turtles in chairman and chairman of of the councils school commit Market fisheries a conservation for the entire coun tee. Jack o Connor of the j _ f. Y Oil. Attended the luncheon meet-1mayor�?Ts clean up commission a Quot i jilt and Chi to Are. Ing in the main ballroom my highlighted conservation and a if 7129 s. State a. 3-9332 j Cormick place Chicago s new movie from Bell Telephone co. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Lakemont exposition Center completed the program. 23rd St. And Lake Shore or. Mental health was Emp a Belfi Fiss go sized at the general meeting cd Lair. Sub area i at the Chatham Jdc Liq jtdtu6 among the first in the nation to qualify for payment. According to Marjan p. Stan dec District manager they Are a later living examples of the purpose of the 1935 social Security Law w hich is to partly replace earnings lost through old age and to furnish a foundation for retire ment planning. Speaking to the group. Fred k. Hoehler Secretary of the May other Holiday plans include kiddy and teenage parties. Additional activity will be announced inc. Abernathy taxi Assn. Two stands si�?4335 South Park Avo. 2�?4510 cottage Grove ave. 24-hour radio dispatched taxi Caba licensed ii bonded Drivers meter rates to. 8-9100 prompt dependable courteous _ a s Doss As your phone till it s too late we repair All makes of heating equipment Check your heating Plant today guaranteed work no Money Down special with this and Furnace vacuumed $ i 095 cleaned amp adjusted. A to terms�?5 years to pay no payments till next year Durkee s heating service Stoker ii burners Gas boilers Furnace repair air conditioner 1946 w. 69th St. Call now he 6-4929 City wide 24 or. Service United presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th St., monday nov. 28. At 8 00 . Mrs. Jean Parsons 445 e. 86th St., program chairman had secured Clyde Murray executive director of the Chicago mental health society As guest speaker for the evening. Alumni plans conference plans to hold a careers con a of the nominating committee Ference w ill be one of the topics the suggested slate included or. Discussed when the do Sable j Irving w. Sims 557 e. 86th St., alumni Council holds its next for chairman William h. Turn meeting Friday dec. 2. In Dubon 8622 s. Rhodes ave., vice chairman mrs. Lynn White Secretary. And As representative to Council. Or. Martin Hanke 8424 Quot let your conscience be your guide Quot is the inscription on an empty encasement which a few weeks ago covered a shrine of Christ at the Corner of e. 67th St. And s. Evans ave. According to mrs. Frank Lenert. 6711 s. Evans ave., who erected the shrine the reprimand is disable High school. 4934 s. Wabash ave., in the c. C. Willard room at 8 . Quot it is hoped that a Large num s. Rhodes ave Ber attend so that the Council can make every Effort to acquaint the former graduates with the need for Aid and counselling to worthy students and of the importance of pursuing a j1961. Higher education Quot said attorney Raymond Harth. 333 w. Marquette rd., Council president. The Council is made up of representatives from every graduating class of june 1960, approximating some 10,000 alumni. Or. Martin Hanke chairman t reded to the mean and heart included on his Agenda a report Jess thieves who took away the sacred statue. Mrs. Lenert stated that if the statue is not returned she will replace it but she cannot understand How anyone could have the heart to steal a sacred Symbol. The neighbors in the 6700 Block on Evans also have joined in the search of the missing statue. Nominations were requested from the floor. Or. Hanke announced that the election for the coming year would be held at the regular meeting on Jan. 23, Akk. Umboh of Iii week and books a brochures a cards a circulars a tickets office orms a envelopes a letterheads a wedding invitations / 7cist service Rowe sprinting co. A primers stationers greeting cards 351 East 79th a Steward 3-3006 prominent local and City figures addressed sub area Illus nov. 30 meeting in the House of Branch 7924 South Park ave. At 8 00 . William Richie 8214 s. Eberhart ave., chairman selected for the topic of the evening if tilter Eulien Barber College or. Harold b. Eulien the director phone Danube 6-3033 Harold b. Eulien director learn a Good paying Trade attend full or part time civilian or i approved easy terms visit our school or Call for information ask for Ben 2521 East 35th St. Chicago Illinois live poultry amp fresh fish dressed free to order Small eggs 3 97 .29 la la live stewing hens live fryers 29 we also carry c full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours daily 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 4 . Closed All Day monday Sabels products wholesale a retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 the bulletin is again proud to present an outstanding person of the Community As our neighbor of the week. This week the title goes to mrs. Norma Peterson of 7519 s. St. Lawrence ave. Following is an excerpt of just one of the Many letters received at this office nominating mrs. Peterson for neighbor of the week. Quot she is not prominent in club work but Only in human relations and Public Contact and friendliness and certainly neighbourliness to the nth degree. For several years now she has been working at the oilman paint store on 75th and Eberhart where everyone who has entered the door has certainly gone out with the feeling that Here i have met a new and Good Friend. Now the paint store is going out of business and to All of us who have encountered her there or through other sources Are at a loss As to what we shall do when she is gone from 75th. I have never met or. Ohman but i am sure he also will feel a great emptiness after she is gone from the store. He no doubt also knows How bad All of us As neighbors and friends to mrs. Peterson feel about losing her. Mrs. Peterson should you take the time to go from door to door and ask the one who answers your ring what they think and How they feel about mrs. Peterson i am sure you would get the same response from everyone. Truly Here is a Friend to All of us and certainly someone who should have a write up in a newspaper if anyone should. Perhaps you too have been fortunate enough to meet her so you also will know that it would be a wonderful world if there were a few More people like her in it. I Hope you will print this letter As i know there Are Many who feel the same Way that i do but done to just know How to show our appreciation and thanks for a Friend like mrs. Norma Peterson. All of us grown ups As Well As children love mrs. Peterson and her husband or. John w. Peterson Are the proud grandparents of Timothy Bingham and they have been members of the Gustavus Adolphus swedish lutheran Church 7426 s. Drexel blvd. For the past 25 years. The bulletin is proud to present mrs. Norma Peterson As our neighbor of the week. The following merchants congratulate our neighbor of the week 378 e. 71 St St. He. 7 9686 m amp e fisheries wholesale and retail Mary Nero. Prop. Expert shoe repairing while you wait. 328 e. 71st St. To. 4-9789 Louis Fitzpatrick proprietor f. Amp h. Economy mkt. Wholesale amp retail meats 659 e. 79th St. A. 3-0842 John s. Mcdonald funeral Home 24 hour ambulance service private parking 851 e. 75th St. I 6-2657-8 Sam and Ophelia s snack shop school supplies ice Cream 8 a m.-9 00 . 522 e. 71 to St. St. 3-9162winslow s apparel shop for women who love Nice thing s 734 e. 63rd St. Pm 2-4399 or. N. M. Kreiman optometrist Contact lenses eyes examined by appointment 7442 s. Cottage or. A. 3-1565 la Vinias the Best in dressmaking 448 e. 79th St. A. 3-4664 Power tools a household appliances repaired broken windows replaced Bob s hardware amp plumbing service 7411 cottage Grove he 3-5087 for candidates for neighbor of the week please write to or. Bernard Hayes at 439 East 71st Street. For information concerning advertising Call or. Hayes at is 3-1040

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