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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 3, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Fil a Willis go Volunteer Leader i \ Chatham Avalon Chesterfield Englewood Park Manor Vernon Park West Chesterfield Chicago a leading Community weekly Kcf Trcic Section 2 Page 1 the bulletin. Thursday december 3, 1964 evaluation of Englewood quadrant conference held . Parley attending a tire line for flip Volunteer of the seventh District of the Yanieri vie iced can cancer society held recently in Oak Park Are left to right mrs. Leslie Halkin 5639 Harper Square Llyde Park general chairman Janie d. Price 9430 Calumet or tip Ade chairman for Chatham mrs. Ralph Peck jm.18 Sangamon general chairman for Ihn Thani a ii it urn Grey Hani mrs. Hattie a Scott 7008 Michigan a Rand crossing Community crusade chairman and mrs. Vera r. Roe hold 418 Hast Rouen special gifts chairman for grand Boulevard. As successful a business leaders confab Futi a f t s is a proud of changes by Evelyn Brooks Secretary 79th Street business association the Community of 1>usincs> people on cast 79th Street led to the formation of an organization two years ago to promote a better understanding1 Between businesses and resident of the Chatham area. This /9th Street business association sponsors two Little league baseball teams consisting of boys of the Chatham area. Also the group sponsors a free Parade land picnic including the food each a fourth of july. During the Christmas holidays As you drive along eat 7 us Reet. The seasons decorations that you a Annot help but notice Are the work of this association. Many members of the association Are also residents of the area and take an Active part in the Chatham Ava Ion Park Community Council schools and Hurches of the area. Krnet c Ros it the president lives at 059 s. Calumet and attends the greater institutional Church at 7<sth and Indiana he associations treasurer Willie Frank in resides at <s33� Vernon and is Active a Capac dues chairman for his Block. Or. And mrs. Burion Brooks of Brooks leaders. Live at 7942 Champlain and both re Active in Community affairs. Or. Rooks was this years area chairman for he boy scouts fund Campa in. Also he secured the sponsorship of the John r. Marshall Post no. 829 for the achievement wards at Arthur Dixon elementary school 8306 st. Lawrence. Mrs. Brooks is last president of the Arthur Dixon stand is pc cd a schools education committee chairman. Al Williams of the Tempo lounge lives at >21 e. 83rd get. Robert rown of Baileys drug store resides at 8019 Rhodes and attends st. Edmunds episcopal Church. Or. Brown is a member of the executive Board of the Church and is the vice president of the Chatham chamber of Commerce. The 79th Street business association also is proud of the Progress that is being made in the business area of Chatham. Although Many Point to a few things critically the Overall business picture in Chatham is much improved As compared to eight years ago when negroes first began moving into the area. It is difficult to find a vacant store on 79th Street and almost without exception each store when taken Over by negroes. Has been remodeler. Those of us who were her remember the White a a Honky v Tonky joints that were formerly located on 7 that tract. We Are proud to say that these places have been replaced to the belter with lounges not featuring loud bands g Ray shows or drunks loitering in front. Negroes took Over these places and cleaned them up. We have seen negroes move in and immediately there appears tuck pointing combination storm windows modernized kitchens Etc. This same thing happens in the stores and shops. We Are proud of the change in Chatham. Chatham will continue to be a Choice Section because the business Community residents churches and schools shall continue to seek the Best for our tax dollars. We shall keep asking for the return of those walking policeman that were Here but have disappeared for the return of those walking policemen that were blocks and the return of the City garbage truck that used to pick up three times each week. Our signs read Welcome to Beautiful Chatham. By Hurley Green seeking to evaluate the objectives set Lorli in the final Englewood quadrant conference members of the various committees met. At the Beale upper Grade Center 6043 Sangamon nov. 24. The evaluation was led by Ken Ortega youth welfare commission worker and consultant for the final conference. The fourth quadrant conference for residents of Northwest Englewood was held at st. John ame Church 6201 Throop nov. 22. Persons in attendance at the conference and the meeting considered each highly successful. Ortega 1 said a the conference was very much a Success. We Are All of the opinion that the solution to the Englewood Community problems can be found within the Community among the Ortega also took the Opportunity to Praise the efforts of All persons involved for their contributions. Similar meetings will be held to evaluate and correlate information presented at the three earlier quadrant conferences. The conferences represented a joint sponsorship Between the Englewood Community organization Southtown Myca and the youth welfare commission Englewood unit. Purpose of the conferences was to bring together Community leaders in various sections of Englewood to air different approaches and seek solutions to Community problems. Persons in attendance at tuesdays evaluation meeting included mrs. Stella Bengston principal Copernicus elementary school Robert Feely principal Beale elementary school commander William Mccann 7th District Englewood police station Melvin Lubershane principal Beale upper Grade Center and mrs. Emma Parks 1336 w. 61st st., quadrant chairman. 4 a. My a i m a a a Salt a 1 h of i a the annual meeting of the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce held at the grand ballroom 6347 cottage Grove thursday evening nov. 19 saw Many area business leaders in attendance. Highlight of the meeting was the nomination of Board members and the annual report by acc executive director a. L. Foster. Foster emphasized that although the acc is the largest interracial business group of its kind in the nation the group still caters to helping negro businessmen find stability. Getting together for a huddle during an interlude in the proceedings Are left to right Baxter Collier president of acc and realtor with offices at 458 e. 79th st. Jim Lynch acc Board member and realtor and proprietor of urbanite lounge 75th and Michigan George c. Schreiber representing iii. Bell Telephone co. And Henry p. Harvey of 7712 Wabash vice president and cashier of the Independence Bank soon of be opened in the old Chatham Bank building. Board nominees will stand for a a Lection dec. 15. The Board will elect officers for the coming year. Wilson might fee relocated in a recent meeting the Southtown clergy association composed of protestant and roman Catholic ministers from Englewood and West Englewood urged that the Chicago teachers College Branch and Wilson Junior College remain in the Community. The meeting was held thursday nov. 19, a the Ogden Park methodist Church 6800 Loomis. Etc is located on an Square mile Campus at 68th and Stewart. Wilson is located in a converted warehouse at 7047 Stewart bounded by sidewalks on two sides. Railroad tracks in the rear and residences on its other Side. According to the Rev. Philip m. , president of so a and pastor of Ogden Park methodist Church his organization Quot went of record urging that these schools a remain in Englewood because w have heard from responsible sources that there is a mov afoot to relocate them the Rev Dripps further Stater a not Only is it imperative Ilia Etc and Wilson continue As intr Gral parts of the area but tha Englewood be recipient of an future development plans for the the president of the grou of clergy Man stated that his of a a animation has not expressed a opinion to whether Chicago teachers colleges should Rema i under the jurisdiction of the cd Cago Board of education or b come a part of a network it teachers Collar Gas under the d rect control of the state Ashr been proposed by the Illino Board of higher education. A jurisdiction is not our Prima concern As an organization a i said a Bat the location of to it schools staling that a vast improve ments in he schools Are Nece continued on Page 8 Power fails in area some 10,000 residents living Between e. 83rd st. And 91st i. From Constance ave. To states to. Were plunged into darkness at 10 41 . Monday for 24 minutes when a Power failure enveloped the area. A spokesman for Commonwealth Edison co. Said an emergency Crew was dispatched to the substation at e. 87th st. And s. Greenwood ave., where the Power was switched from a faulty Cable line to an auxiliary line that was operating properly. The failure was due to a mechanical breakdown of the Cable. The company official said Edison was swamped with phone Calls from residents in the primarily single dwelling area. Onasi French tutoring left inert t advanced classes children amp adult Aline Mercier Mosley 8441 Calumet ave. He 3-4030 t 8057 cottage weeks approval for townhouses Donald l. Harl will ask Zon use permit allowing the Struc in Board of appeals approval on Tures in a b4-2 restricted serv tuesday dec. 8, for his plans District. Ii build townhouses at 414 and e. 83v,d ,. Be District. The building plans Call for two 2-Story Brick structures each containing six units. The lots a a we.v5�y a we a v4a1ivu, Aizic Avi the application asks a spec Are owned by John Gallagher. A. J3. Sra a Olympia guaranteed High Quality no. 2 and no. 3 fuel Oil c. B. Boxed Christmas Caros m a. Olympia Box of 50 slim and regulars. Envelopes. B. 25 family a title cards to personalize. C. 50 Slimline in assorted designs envelopes. An excellent value. Loo m Box via in 400 Gai. Lots it ? i r wac in d. C i i Olp it pet re nol ondi r additive the t is s 2 c \ c Aid i Kean Bros Boulevard 8-3000 Buzz Cardozo cards c to imaginatively designed selection with special sayings to a a a wife a Mother a and Many More. Variety pack tags. Seals furry fancy shaggy beaded or Bunny Kinney has Slipper gifts in All the Gay Holiday shades. Lots of colors and styles for children too. Fit a family s Slipper needs at Kinney s. Women s sizes 4-10. A it giving m a v e. D. 200-pc. Pack enough tie tags seals cards to do it right. E. Tag Seal pack Gay glitter designs to pretty All wraps. a w my a a it you Money s Worth mom at Woolworth s Chatham Plaza a f order acc Apud. Add 3bi to cover postage and handling. Chatham Plaza 8610 s. Cottage Grove st 3.8892 a 8600 s. Cottage Grove

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