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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 10, 1964, Chicago, Illinois Orr tune study Mims s 1knk look plan1 Al Llie Park Manor rim Reb Timm South Park on Satur hav afternoon dec. 5. 2 to 3. It is tin result of the Effort of the cohort la. Miller youth educational committee under the direction of mrs. Of slur Kina Jones 6333 Vernon. Students left to right Caroline Smith 6850 Indiana till Grade Brownell school Gloria wades 6922 Prairie 3rd Grade Brownell school and Melody Mclaughlin 226 k. 69th pl., 3rd Grade St. Col Timanus school. According to Chatman Wailea 6922 Prairie executive director of the Robert la. Miller youth organization 15 students Are enrolled in the a overtime Quot tutoring and school assignment class. There Are five instructors including two College students and one school teacher. Or Tutuh a strategy for Progress in politics by Gus Savage in i m o previous Cal tron i Natal the Progress in negro representation recorded in the november election returns and contrasted this Vith the slowed Pace in Illinois. I then made Soma analysis of this contrast in an Effort to discover Why. The f allotting column the third and final of this series takes leave of this question. Admittedly the initial query has been Only partly answered but this should be sufficient to permit intelligent treatment of a the More germane questions what can be done to rectify this shame and How it might be encouraging first to observe that the moment the Sun reaches Che top of the heavens it begins to fall. Likewise perhaps the ailing and aging Cong. Dawson leached his Zenith when he polled Over 150,-Iooo votes against his Republican opponent the Rev. Wilbur n. Daniel last november. Indeed negative signs regarding a the old Many and his organization have been cropping up for sometime despite increasing Success. One such sign is the fact that patronage and Power to Render favors Are not As abundant or attractive in Chicago As 25 years ago. Gus Savage today More negro voters Are in a position to do without either. Another such sign is the fact that the fastest growing communities of stable negro families a Park Manor Chatham Chesterfield it a1 a constitute the very communities in which the machine is weakest. Dawson himself was beaten by civil Righter a. A. Rayner jr., in everyone of these areas in the primary last april. Furthermore though Dawson won in the primary 45,000 to 27,000, it should be noted that some 100,-000 additional votes were cast in the 1st District election in november. In other words there were enough stay at Home votes in the april primary to have trounced Dawson without having to Cut into his acknowledged strength. Moreover a the old Many has been liable to Stop negro removal under the Guise of Urban renewal in his own 2nd Ward. The expansion of the Illinois Institute of technology Campus and the development of the Lake Meadows and Prairie shores Middle income housing projects have created substantial pockets of resistance there. In addition efforts to expand Dawson a sub machines Domain in 19 13 to include the 5th and 21st wards through the candidacies of Chauncey Eskridge and Melvin Mcnairy failed miserably. Where the Apple was Ripe that year in the 17th Ward Dawson a organization was not permitted to go near the tree. Nevertheless Dawson has not dared rebel against Daley As he did against former mayor Martin Kennedy in 1955, for the present mayor controls party patronage More tightly than did any of his predecessors. Furthermore having offended the negro Community by serving another master for 25 years Dawson has become Ever More dependent upon that master to protect him from his own constituency. Yet. These signs represent Only seeds of the Freedom crop planted in the North a most unyielding political soil. To grow they must be cultivated. This requires a larger number of Black hands with the implements continued on Page 4 High Havighurst urges extra education Over 200 persons braved the Snow and below freezing temperatures sunday to hear or. Robert j. Havighurst at Christ methodist Church 6401 Sangamon. Havighurst professor of education University of Chicago spoke on the import of his recent Survey of Chicago Public schools. He answered questions from the audience and a panel of journalists following his address. Frankly urging acceptance of his belief that a de Facto school segregation in Many Low income areas will not soon be removed Quot or. Havighurst suggested that Quot compensatory education might be a More realistic approach to improving education standards in such compensatory education was defined by the noted authority As Quot an education which makes up for the disadvantages that some children negro and White have suffered in the Home Quot by giving the child pre school education More in Quality of teachers extra school resources and supplemental assistance. Asked by bulletin editor Gus Savage if he favored making negro history a part of any compensatory education plan. Or. Havighurst replied that he favored this but not merely As an aspect of compensatory education. Quot the study of negro history. Or the place of the negro in american society should be an integral part of the regular curriculum of All schools Quot he said a though Quot face to face Contact Between the races is even More in response to a second question by Savage he admitted that the school administrations drawing of District boundaries and location of new Sites have contributed to segregation. However the professor viewed this As not being deliberate. Though he expressed dismay Over the possibility of re integrating certain inner City communities he stated Quot the most important single contribution to stabilizing the integration of the Lake Meadows Prairie shores Community would be the building an integrated High school to serve that the meeting chaired by mrs. Betty Armstrong 6412 Parnell was followed by a Coffee hour in the Church basement. Hie event was sponsored by five organza this Englewood Christian leadership conference Southwest committee on peaceful Equality Alt Geld civic organization Community relations Council of Brainerd and Campus Christian association of Chicago teachers and Wilson College. Marks 90 year Hirsch Pia slates Holiday program Quot sharing our Christmas spirit Quot will be the theme of the Holiday meeting of the Hirsch Pat of i p.m., thursday dec. 17, in the schools social room 7740 Ingleside. All parents Are invited. Featured will be the Hirsch High school glee club. The group will present Christmas songs. The meeting will be held after a Brunch at la . The Brunch is being served at this hour to enable members of the faculty to attend. Mrs. William Bowman is president of the Pat. Delivered per month 125c Chatham Englewood Park Manor s Chicago a leading Community weekly win win it a or a r i seventh year no. 8 week of dec. To to dec. 16, 1964 published at 639 e. 71st St., Stewart 3-1040 Price 10c per copy Xmas Turkey Airlift lands for area help leaders Oso the air islam fund drive for Mississippi have taken their Campaign in the streets in an All out Effort to secure the necessary funds to air lift 20,00 1 turkeys to oppressed citizens of that stale. I Lek Gregory in Santa Hills costume and Lawrence Landry on stairs head of a a direct action civil rights group and Faith Myers representing the in of testament Church association gather Al 63rd and cottage Grove at 6 30 ., monday Dee. 7. Around one o the numerous Quot Quot Nundy barrels they have spotted throughout the oily. The Drio will Climax Dee. 20 when Gregory presents Sammy Davis jr., in a Benefit Perio Manoe at Mccormick place on behalf of Quot America s conscience John Gibson of the negro Brick Lay ors Union holds up placard Iii the photo. Block club m aps a Hie lie musical program for youth the organizing of an athletic and musical training program for youths in Chatham was the highlight of a double barrel attack against youth problems sunday. Dec. 6. At the Tuley Park fieldhouse 90th and St. Lawrence. The other attack took the form of a fashion show featuring boys and girls from five to 15 years of age Quot modelling All the things children love to both affairs were sponsored by the 88 h Street on Wabash Avenue Block club. The youth training meeting was under the direction of the menus club of the Block while the fashion show was under the guidance of mrs. Bertha Roundtree 8834 Wabash. The youth meeting mapped plans for full scale participation by the boys of the Block Quot in a Well rounded program designed to stimulate physical cultural and aesthetic according to Samuel l. Dearing 8831 Wabash president of the club. Dearing said that at sundays meeting directors were selected for both programs. Carl Russell. 8853 Wabash will head the Atli Hei urls a a new feature for women a turn to Page 7 Letic program and j. Mccullom 8812 Wabash will direct the youths musical education. Quot we decided that the Best Way to make these programs i unction Quot Dearing said Quot was to have All phases presided Over by people who reside in the Block. That Way the interest would be personal As Well As assisting mr-.-. Roundtree in the fashion show Eherts were mrs. Naomi Washington 8822 Wabash producer and mrs. Kathleen Cambric 8835 Wabash commentator. Quot the fashion show will lie an annual affair Quot mrs. Roundtree said Quot of a fashion show is properly developed talents of Chil Dren in sewing millinery and Gregory asks Aid a cousins in Mississippi various Art crafts can be mrs Roundtree is Well known for her Uso activities during world War ii when she assisted in organizing Uso centers throughout the country. She also sold More than $100,000 in . Savings Bonds. According to Dearing the Block club meets the last saturday in each month. In addition the menus club of the Block meets the 3rd saturday in each month. Directing youth activities for the boys of the Block is the primary function of the men s club. Quot so far our boys programs Are a ahead of those for the girls a Dearing said. Quot but the ladies have plans to catch up Rass by this barrel brother and your Cousin in Mississippi might go hungry on Christmas with this challenging remark Dick Gregory speaking at 63rd Street and cottage Grove Avenue urged Quot Brothers Quot and Quot Sisters Quot too make contributions to a Turkey Airlift movement called Quot Christmas for the comedian civil rights worker and several volunteers were seeking donations Early this week at All four Corners of the Busy intersection. Gregory wore a Santa Claus costume for the morning solicitations. By late evening he had changed to Western attire. Spearheaded by Gregory the purpose of the Airlift is to provide 20, needy negro families in Mississippi with a Christmas Turkey Quot from the heart of for some it May be the first Turkey they Ever had. An estimated $100, he will be needed to reach the goal. Giving support As vice chairman of the drive is Lawrence Landry 6139 Indiana Leader of the local grass roots civil rights organization called act. Mahalia Jackson 8358 Indiana famed gospel Singer is honorary chairman. Another area resident Nahaz Rogers Chatham teacher of 7658 Rhodes was among the volunteers working with Gregory monday at 63rd and cottage Grove. Passersby were asked to drop donations in barrels. On one Corner the Gregory team was Quot assisted Quot by a Large live Turkey. Addressing another quip in Walt. Lug bus passengers Gregory said Quot those who know about the situation in Mississippi can whisper it in the ears of the persons standing next to you. Tell pm How it to help raise the necessary funds Gregory has enlisted the continued on Page la Hansberry s play is presented by Englewood croup when the Englewood players presented Lorraine Hansberry a Quot a Raisin in the Sun Quot tuesday at Englewood High school the occasion marked the presentation of the work of an Englewood graduate. Miss Hansberry recently refiled As being seriously ill in new York was graduated from the school in 1948. Her now famous Broadway play was presented in the Englewood evening school auditorium 6201 Stewart. A the play also was presented by the Englewood players dec. J of Carver evening school and dec. 2 at Phillips evening school. Earlier this season the group presented Quot Glass menagerie Quot by Tennessee Williams and Quot House without windows a by Richard Reich. Members of the dramatics group Are evening school students. Director is Charles Evans drama teacher. Principal of Englewood evening school is Alexander w. Burke. Light candles on i luge cake at Englewood a Candle lighting ceremony wednesday was one of numerous activities being befall to commemorate the 90h anniversary of the establishment of Englewood High school As a separate institution. The ceremony held in the teachers lunchroom of the school at 6201 Stewart began at 9 3# . When the candles were lit. The candles were atop a hug birthday cake baked by the Englewood lunchroom staff. Mcnair Grant Englewood principal said the cake was photographed on the festive occasion for the High schools 1965 year Book the purple and White. Part of the cake s decoration was prepared by Englewood Art workshop conducted this year by mrs. M. B. Wilson. The workshop is part of the program of the schools Art department headed by mrs. Lucille Spann. Grant officers of the Englewood fat student leaders or Henrietta Lyman who is manager of the school lunchroom and others participated in the Candle lighting ceremony. Later in the Day the cake was Cut and featured on the luncheon menu available to both Zeaui Syre and students. T la e Englewood yearbook to be released in june 1965, will culminate the Celebration of the schools 90th birthday Grant said. Quot the annual will be dedicated to the history of Englewood High school and to scots of its continued Good work in the Community Quot he told the bulletin Grant said the school has remained in the area and has grown with the Community. Assemblies bulletin Board displays and planned visits to the school by outstanding Englewood graduate Are included in other phases of the Celebration yet to be held Grant said. In the school year of 1874-75, Englewood ceased to be a Mere department of the Normal school formerly located on or near the site of present Day in Glt a it Ixl High school. The school then was moved to the second floor of the nearby Lewis school and established a a distinct unit. Lewis school now merged with Champlin school and called Lewis Champlin still stands on the Campus it shares with Englewood High school. The first school in the Englewood District once a separate municipality was erected in 1859. It. Was situated on what now is the joint Campus of Englewood High school and Lewis Champlin elementary school. In 1869, the Normal school of that time in the Chicago area was removed from Blue Island to Englewood and was temporarily housed on the upper floor of the area s Little Pioneer school Structure. The Normal school founded n High school department in Tho following year. This was i a sense the forerunner of Englewood High school which emerged As an Independent institution four years later. Quot this 90h year has made the student body and staff of the High school proudly aware of its illustrious history Quot Grant said. Quot this feeling has also stimulated All who Are currently associated with Englewood High school to renew their efforts to continue its Fine the motto of the current school body is Quot we shall make every Al fort to continue adding Laurel to our order demolition of two buildings a Hie demolition of two building was ordered last Friday by judge Harry a. Iseberg associate judge of circuit court. The structures at 5911 Halsted and at 101-05 e. 63rd St., were both found to be in a dangerous and unsafe condition As charged in City a suits. The ownership of the Halsted Street building i Trust no. 17274 of tile la Salle National Bank and ownership of the 63rd Street property is a Trust of the National Boumy re Bank and Chicago title and Trout co. Judge Iseberg set dec. To for completion of work on 63rd Street and dec. 17 for Halsted Street plus reports to the court. Best food buys this week each week the bulletin publishes the Best food buys at your local food store As advertised in your bulletin Wilson s split and cleaned chitterling $ j 98 10-lb. Pail wonder food Sec. I Page 3 frying chickens. Whole a Vito a Section i Page 6 inc in. 1 la. Wieboldt own fruit cake $125 my. Loaf. 1 a Wieboldt Section 2, Page 4 if

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