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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 5, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Capo supports Loop Boycott schools must look ahead Board member says social change to be considered according to Warren Bacon member of the Chicago Board of education the question in Public education is not Only a Are we doing the tra i rational educational work Well a but rather a Are we also doing what is necessary r Iri View of the new demand a that percentage now stands at caused by the technological and thirty three per cent a Bacon said social changes of our time a adding that it is estimated that by these questions were posed by 1070, the percentage might Rise to Bacon in an address to the Cha 65 a it or cent. Tham grand crossing clergy association at the Kelly methodist Bacon urged All citizens to Church. 6953 South Park on tues be interested in school problems Day nov. 26. A not Only in periods of crisis but a it is possible a Bacon stated throughout the he stressed a that the Board of education has participation in a tags and the been spending too much time and a open House problems of the Effort in defending its position of schools. The past while the needs lie in a children Are motivated toward toe area of adjusting and or car cation a he declared a when my for the most effective Educa paints hold it in High tonal work in the present and fun a. Hire Bacon welcomed the participate j. Lion and support of civil rights the. He Young Hoard member added is especially Rue when ,. A pm. I Chatham Avalon Chesterfield Englewood Park Manor Vernon Park West Chesterfield sixth yeah no. 7 weak of december 5 to december la 1963 published at 639 e 711 St Stwart 3-1040 10= at Newsstands Salute Leader sunday at 3 because these groups play an a important. Role in bringing urgent problems to Public attention and to the attention of the school he indicated however that with criticism there must also one considers the social changes which have been taking place in our Bacon suggested that the Board of education prepare an a adequate statement and make Tome Sulu a Quot corresponding Plaas to implement Good human relations. The speaker Stater that it a the speaker however admitted was his Hope that the few re of that the school system and the education will take stops in Good Hoard fact a monumental Educa Faith to Correct the problems tonal task in View of the increase brought to Light by the civil rights in the percentage of children who group its a so that it May get on come from culturally deprived with the other specifically Educa families. Tonal problems confronting Chew Raees Santa issues Call to local businesses William Baxter Collier. Jr., real estate broker at 158 e. 70th St., president of the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce has issued a Call to business leaders in Chatham Avalon Park Park Manor and Woodlawn to attend a luncheon meeting at the Parkway Branch problems Etc. An individual or Myca. 50f>0 s. Indiana ave., a group of individuals planning wednesday dec. La at 12 noon. To go into business May get and the purpose of the meeting is vice from experts covering the to present to business people a entire Field. Not Only that but a circuit rider plan sponsored sea conducts seminars and jointly by the cosmopolitan institutes on business prob chamber and the Small Busi a Ess administration. It is the plan of the Cosmo a for some time Collier Politan chamber to conduct a said at a press conference a it series of work shops on Loans has been apparent to us that the and management problems business people in the South Side a Community have not made use the circuit rider plan of the Many services provided Woji Puj jn0 effect at once. By the Small business adminis it pole cosmopolitan chamber will provide outlets throughout the this added a. L. Foster cd which will be in walking executive director of the Cham distance to businesses in a Given Ber is particular in True Olne area Phe Small business and Groes engaged in business. Ministration Wall provide expert financiers and management peo a Many businessmen Are pie on designated Days and i ignorant of the existence and business people May come in he functions of the Small Busi for Consu tation and to discuss iss administration a Collier loan possibilities. Stated further. A some have no a a i ,. Mayor Dale has issued a knowledge at All of the extent. Proclamation declaring december of its operations. Some because a a _ a a a a., of the size of their operations. Is Usan Ltd its week a Quot Are so confined that they cannot quote luncheon is a phase of the Observance. Richard e. Lassar take time to go to the Loop and some feel that sea is not Regnal director of sea will equipped to take care of their Siu a Anil Nair Johnson Deputy director and others will be pres a actually a chamber officials ent to answer questions. Nay a Osba can not Only Nego Collier says that non chamber hate Loans or make them direct j members Are Welcome. Reserva to can also provide expert con Don at $2 per plate May be made flirting service on management by calling of 4 4617. Radio Winner Home for the Harris of ads is in a race with time. Ald. Oharles hew or. Right of the 17th Ward grabs a tool and tries to Speed lip the building hew is spearheading a special Benefit show december 9, at 8 . To raise funds to Complete the Home by Christmas. Show coordinator is red Saunders. Headlining the show to he held in the arte drown theatre at Mccormick place will he comedian Dick Gregory. Gregory was the first entertainer to Volunteer his sen ices. Other artists appearing include Shirley Hall s \ Ash Ion it t is a dynamic dancing group popular vocalist Joanne Henderson the Eugene Scott choral ensemble and a 200-voice choir from the new Friendship death takes mrs famed Christian Lucky Winner of a bulletin 3-tiil�e am table radio is m is. Jewel Jones 6,335 s. Vernon ave. Here she receives prize from bulletin circulation assistant Joseph Graham As her i i year old son honk look on. All bulletin readers can win one of these Viscount am radios. Just keep the receipt you receive when you pay your newsboy. Each receipt is numbered. Each month six winning numbers Are published. If you have the Lucky number As mrs. Jones did you will receive a radio absolutely free. M r s. Margarette m. Wallick Webb wife of the Rev. Charles h. Webb pastor of Park Manor Christian Church 600 e. 73th St., died wednesday nov. 27. Memorial services were held saturday nov. 30, 11 00 . At the Church. Mrs. Webb a remains were taken to Hawkins Texas for interment following services in the Jarvis College Chapel. Mrs. Webb was born in Dallas Texas on August la 1915, the Only child of or. And mrs. Harrison p. Wallick. She attended elementary school in Daingerfield and Pittsburgh Texas and began High school in Pittsburgh. She completed High school and Junior College at Jarvis Christian College at Hawkins Texas. She received her . Degree upon completion of her studies at Eureka College at Eureka Illinois. She did a year of graduate work at Chicago theological Seminary University of Chi Cago. Rev. And mrs. Webb were married August 27, 1939. From the very outset she took an Active part in the life of her minister husband. Throughout the years she also found worthwhile responsibilities As a brotherhood and Community worker and Leader. She made local and National contributions in Nursery school administration weekday religious education and Christian women a Fellowship including the Organiza Ting of several Christian women a Fellowship groups. Mrs. Webb filled an unexpired term As president of the National Christian missionary convention cwt and was subsequently elected to a full two year term which she served with distinction. At the time of her death she was serving As vice presi Webb worker Dent of the Chicago District Christian women a Fellowship Illinois state cwt Board International cwt advisory commission. All these activities Are a part of the Complex of women a work of the brotherhood disciples of Christ. In addition she was a member of the brotherhood s new and significant commission on restructure and since october a member of the Board of directors of the International convention of Christian churches. She distinguished herself locally in the a to her Block club and As the chairman of the department of membership mrs. Margarette Webb affair at Englewood High is set urge names l or school Board Chatham residents will Boycott Loop stores during the Christmas shopping season. This was the decision reached by the executive Board of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council at its monthly meeting monday night. After a Lively discussion airing the pros and cons of the Boycott the Council voted unanimously to confine yuletide shopping to Community stores. The Ca pc action is in conjunction with the Boycott called for by the Chicago area friends of a acc. One Board member objected that the Boycott might jeopardize the jobs of negroes newly employed in the Loop. A a even Marshall Fields has hired negroes a he said. A although they Are in menial jobs at least they Are a in answer to this objection it was pointed out by another spokesman a a now is the time for negroes to show that they mean business and move Forward towards civil the speaker charged that a the state Street Council was instrumental in bringing Benjamin c. Willis Back to head the Chicago school a a Salute to the bulletin s fifth anniversary Celebration is just four Days away. The program will be held sunday dec. 8, at 3 ., in the Englewood High school auditorium 6201 s. Stewart ave. Critics maintain that Willis neighbourhood school policy perpetuates segregated education. Chatham residents cooperated in the october 22 school Boycott which was called in protest of or. Willis return to the Board. The area reported 98% of its students out of school that Day. A great Deal of enthusiasm has developed around the occasion a Christmas letter will and in order to accommodate the be delivered throughout the anticipated overflow crowd the Chatham Community asking res doors of the auditorium will lie dents to make a donation to the opened at 2 30 . While the Council before the new year Hall seats some 2.000 persons according to atty. William Many More Are expected to at cousins or. Council president tend. Seating will be on a first the Money is needed to fight a come first served basis. Zoning variation suit now Pend eighteen area leaders have ing. Been selected by a special Board cousins said a the Specter of of judges to receive the bulletins j the 27-npartment unit which has first annual citizenship awards been authorized by virtue of two also two Surprise awards will be variations at 8321-31 haunts us. Made. A a the pending application for similar variations at 8216-22 principal speaker for the a i h Park and 8317 and 7947 event will be Warren h. Bacon lilith Park alarms us. And we outspoken Chicago school Board have been adviser there is More member and vice president of to supreme life insurance company of America. The subject of his message will be a the dynamics of Community Bacon is one of two negro members of the school Board. Baptist Church. Jesse Owens of radio station Waal and k. Rodney Jones of radio station won Norm Spaulding of station it a a email Ine g. Washington and Roy Wood both of station won have volunteered to aet As masters of ceremony. Donald pills president of the Green Donkey s social Chih has appealed to All social and civic clubs and organizations to support lids worthy cause is purchasing tickets. Donations can also be sent to Chicago cite rank made payable to Home building end Harris dads. Leslie Bland is chairman of the building committee. I Iek ets Are on Sale at 733 w. 64tli St. Gall ii 7-3334-5 for More information. In other action this week the Council voted to submit five names As school Board nominees to mayor Richard j. Daley. They Are area resident or. Welton Taylor 7621 s. Prairie r a i i. Ave. Samuel Stratton a negro two of the City s leading choral Hist scholar or. Jeanne groups the 60-voice Wilson Junior Spurlock c h a d psychiatrist College choir and the Park Manor org it Arris Preston and atty. Congregational Church choir will Das Nicholson. Or rent chair sing at the program. The Wilson Man of the joint negro Appeal. Group is directed by miss Lela Hanmer chairman of the schools a a a or music department while the i lowca4111111111 to Park Manor Church group is i i reded by mrs. Betty Jackson Aid quads fund King of 501 e. 80th St. J a Benefit to bolster the Harris the Englewood drum and quadruplets Trust fund will he Bugle corps led by Willie Pittman will Post the colors. Other program features will in held by the Lucy Flower alumni. The group will sponsor a dinner dance saturday december 7 dude a to make a poet Black a at pet Tricas a 510 n. Western a combination of Folk songs and ave., from 7 . To Midnight recitations by a group of local miss Melba Jones professionals and the presentation of awards by Bruce Sagan bulletin publisher. The 18 leaders to be Hon i ored Are atty. Herbert Fisher 8343 s. St. Lawrence ave., executive vice president Chatham Avalon Park Community Council Milas Stephens 542 e. 43rd St., president Park Manor neighbors mrs. Evelyn Brooks 7942 s. Champlain ave., president Dixon it a and Secretary 79th Street businessmen a association mrs. Doris Packnett 8607 s. Maryland ave., former a truth squad Mother and Active Pat worker Willie Pittman 6530 s. Green St., direct 7608 s. Prairie ave., is in charge of the affair. Alumni president mrs. Lellia Mcclelland 8355 s. Ingleside ave., said her group had planned to set up a Trust fund for mrs. Delores Harris four identical daughters. However proceeds from the Lucy Flower alumni dinner dance will go to the already established fund for the quads. Business manager for the alumni group is mrs. Lillie Mcgill 646 e. 89th St. Cuban Painter is . Citizen now a cuban born Painter was Tor Englewood youth service among a group of 98 person Frank Sayre 447 e. 91st St., naturalized last week before president Chesterfield Community Council. Mrs. Shirley picket 254 e. Continued on Page 8 u. S. District judge Hubert l. Will. He is Leroy Constantine fran-7925 s. Michigan ave. Cis Christmas help contributions to the salvation army Christmas kettles pro of Park Manor Christian Church. In de Holiday dinners for the surviving her Are her parents hungry t07s for children. Or. And mrs. H. P. Wallick of food and clothing Are provided Hawkins Texas her devoted for less fortunate families and husband Rev. Charles h. Christmas remembrances for a ti.?&Quot? in a mania the sick. The aged the lonely. Servicemen far from Home and daughter Amelia and Many relatives and friends All Over i America and abroad. For Many others. 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 eggs.3 dozen 99c Page 2 wonder foods Georgia s finest frying chickens. Whole Page 3 pork loin rib half. Vito s Page 8

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