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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 22, 1960, Chicago, Illinois Prayer for the holy Christmas season by the Rev. Charles h. Webb. Minister Park Manor Christian Church 600 East 73rd Strott o god our father who at this season didst Send Down thy son to be born into flesh and to whom the great company of the heavenly Host Sang the Praise Quot glory to god in the highest on Earth peace and Good will toward men Quot Grant that the kingdoms of the world May be joined together in Amity. Send Forth among All men Friendship and reconcile ment. Grant unto Ever increasing numbers we Pray a sense of innocent Gaity such As that with which Little children awaken to Salute the Happy Christmas morn. May the Hay bored grudge melt from the heart and All bitter hatred be wiped out in the remembrance of the greater love. With All our thanks for thy urn ceasing kindness we express our Earnest Hope for the Day when this Prince of peace shall Rule our hearts and through him perfect and Complete Freedom shall be the lot of All More classrooms Sis d d misfortune dogs of s hit a shift system at of volume 3, no. La 10c at Newsstands Chicago Illinois december 22, 1960 published it 439 e. 71st St. Tel. Stewart 3-104c land rages11 every step the opening skirmish Between the Chicago Park District and Elijah Muhammad s Temple of islam no. 2, 5300 s. University ave., ended on a note of defeat for the Muslin group. Superior court judge Donald Mckinley ruled in favor of the Park District. The District is trying to acquire land owned by the Temple for use As a Park. The ruling struck an important part of a petition by the Temple defendants in the Case contesting the districts condemnation suit alleging Bias. The condemnation suit was initiated last dec. 14th. After the Temple s leaders rejected a $140,000 offer for the land. They paid $150,000 for it in 1959. The property involved is bounded by e. 85th and 86th streets and South Park and s Calumet Venus. Quot be Kall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes lying in a Manger. And suddenly the Era was with the Angel a heavenly Host praising god and saying glory to god in the highest and on Earth peace Good will toward across the years Echo the words of the Christmas Story an an inspiration a Promise and a Blessing to All Mankind. At this holy joyous season we wish to. All our readers a Holiday Rich in the spiritual rewards of Christmas and a full portion of All the Good things that a Happy yuletide holds. The bulletin staff Motorman cleared in death Case Lemuel Clay 8440 s. Indiana ave., a a to Motorman for 14 months was cleared felony court last week of charges in connection with an Accident that caused the death of a North Side Man. Clay 24, was exonerated earlier by a coroners jury in the fatal Accident which occurred last nov. 5th. The Motorman had originally been charged with reckless homicide after his bus allegedly a truck and killed Edward Monaghan 622 w. Wrightwood ave. At n. Clark and St. James its on the Northside. A jury at an inquest held nov. 7th and continued until nov. 16th ruled the occurrence an Accident. They concluded that Clay s bus North bound had passed the intersection it was then Clay and his passengers heard a thud on the Side of the bus. After Clay stopped the bus and investigated he found that Monaghen had been struck. Felony court judge George Weiss found Clay guilty of failure to yield right of Way and fined him $25 and no Cost. Weiss discharged the other charges. Englewood will discuss recreation Woodlawn leaders last weekpe0pje Woodlawn he is trying Lawn i have come to find that representatives of Chicago foiled University of chicagol0 be your approval before you the Only programs of civic Park District Board of Educa Woodlawn leaders u of c expansion foil plan when a Man with a knife entered the cleaning shop at 6100 Normal blvd. Yesterday and threatened Marie Russell 36, a clerk she got a revolver from under the counter and hit him on the head with it. The intruder staggered and ran out and miss Russell called police. Policeman Joseph Botica of the Englewood District heard police radio report of the robbery attempt and drove there. Someone told him the robber ran Down an Alley and Botica did too. As he ran four dogs began chasing him and snapping at his heels. Botica stopped to fire shot into the ground to frighten the dogs away. He never caught sight of the robber. Police sent out a new message. They asked that anyone hit by a stray Bullet to report it. The u of c has ignored completely the people of Woodlawn. Plans to build its South Campus Are Macje aware of the will of Progress that Ever attained real building project with the con be pe0pie.�?� he said. Success Are ones which the peo Striction of the proposed be Rev. Ulysess b. Blakeley pie of the Community help to $300,000,000 Kellogg conference Anco be Rev. Charles Leber jr., implement. Center. The building would be co pastors of the first Presby located Between s. Kimbark and Terian Church 6400 s. Kimbark Kenwood avenues and e. 60th ave t said the commissions and 61st streets. Approval of the proposed build ing a would be the first break two business men and several in the dam and would give the plans will hold Public hearings Community leaders spoke on University the a go ahead signal behalf of a Large delegation1 for their plans without first get that crowded the commission Ting the consent of the Tonicity Hall conference room. They accused the u of c and the u of shrouded in secrecy Tion Myca Owca co and commission on youth welfare will participate on a panel a recreation in Englewood this coming tuesday at 7 30 . At i feel confident that the com Southtown Myca 6545 Union. Mission before it gives its approval to the University a c sponsored South East Chicago commission of attempting to the recreation commission is inviting representatives of com so that Woodlawn people May noun a Visani Zafiu is to attend attend so they can share fully the panel participate in general in plans for the Community. Discussion and offer suggestions. Ald. Leon m. Despres 5th inasmuch As refreshments will charges irrelevancy the petition by the Temple took the form of traverse motion the traversing or formal denial in pleading some matter of fact alleged by the opposing Side. Judge f. S. Righeimer rep resenting the Park District asked the court to strike Para graphs la thru 15 from the defendant a motion. He charged that it has irrelevant and had Little or no basis in actual fact judge Mckinley continued the Case in order to have time to study the traverse motion. When court reconvened Rob Ert s. Ming Council for the Temple asked the court to Rule on the Park districts motion to strike before hearing arguments on the traverse motion As a whole. Explains decision judge Mckinley in his Deci Sion to strike the paragraphs indicated that the allegation of de Facto residential segregation of negroes in Chicago was conclusion on the part of the defendant and not a a fact this was also True he indicated further of the statements alleging religious Bias. According to Ming Tell dec Sion effectively blocked the temples efforts to prove obvious religious and racial bigotry on the part of the Park District. After the ruling judge my Finley continued the Case thursday dec. 23rd. Evidence will at that time be heard from the Park District and the Negr Supre Mist group. Charges Lack of Good Faith the session will Deal Prima Rily with paragraph 15 of the defendants traverse motion the paragraph states that the District did not attempt to reach a financial agreement with the Temple in Good Faith. Daniel Flaherty Genera supt of the Chicago Park District will give testimony concerning the offer made to the Temple for the five acre Chat Ham tract. The religious sect plans to construct a proposed 20 million Dollar mosque Hospital school Library and administration building on the property. Chatham pastor Speaks to group boy 2, Falls on handle of toy and Dies a boy 2, died last week in evangelical Hospital after he fell on the pointed handle of a toy plastic Mirror in his Home 5702 s. Racine ave. The handle pierced the youngster s heart police said. The boy Charles s. Chapin jr., was driven to the Host to a by policeman Daniel Clifford who was flagged Down by the boys father Charles sr., 32, a television repairman. Chapin told police his other children three daughters were watching television at the time while his wife who is expecting another child was resting. He heard the youngster cry then saw the Mirror in his Chest Chapin told police. The boy ran to his mothers bedside and the Mirror fell to the floor. The father discovered the wound then ran for help. The child is survived by his parents and three Sisters. A cheers Cas wont mix stay alive i the National safety Council warned today that unless motorists observe the Speed Laws and done to drink deaths on the Highway Over the Christmas week end May treble the number dead in fridays air disaster in new York City. The Council in the belief that virtually All of the nation s 74 million autos will be on the Highway at some time during the week end said the 78 hour Holiday period could bring at least 510 deaths in traffic without the exercise of caution. 6 billion Miles Between 6 . Friday dec. 23, and Midnight monday dec. 26, motorists should Roll up a total of some 6 billion Miles 200 million More than during a non Holiday period of comparable length. Traffic deaths would number 350 on a no Holiday week end at this time of year. There were Board meet demands that a segregated schools and overcrowding be remedied by transporting Chil Dren from All negro schools to empty classrooms in other neighbourhoods were heard at the annual Public budget hear ing held tuesday by the Board of education. Although Chicago does not have segregation in a Legal sense All negro schools result from neighbourhood housing patterns. According to negro leaders. A during the budget hearing at 228 n. Lasalle St., pickets paraded on the sidewalk carrying signs demanding an end to segregation. Grade school children took part in the demonstration. Pickets said they represented the Chicago youth committee for civil hights. Groups requesting bus transportation to relieve double shift and achieve integration included the National association for the advancement of coloured people the Chicago committee of racial Equality and the greater Lawndale conservation commission. There were Many complaints the boards tentative budget totalling $279,000,000, is presented in an obscure and incomprehensible fashion. Tile Southeast Council of the a to. Representing 30 schools complained a your schools done to know and can to Tell from the proposed budget which one if any Are going to get improved lighting lunchrooms playgrounds painting and economies in school operation were urged by Harland c. Stockwell executive Secretary of the civic federation who said school expenditures have increased 122 percent in the past to years. Stockwell said Only 40 percent of the increase can be attributed to enrolment growth and inflation. He said the rest were caused by salary increases fringe benefits expansion of auxiliary services and budgeting funds that will not be spent during the budget period. A a Messiah at St. Marks the 22nd annual presentation of George Frederick handels beloved oratorio a the Messiah will be made by the Chancel choir of St. Mark methodist Church 8441 St. Lawrence ave., sunday at 5 . The performance will be under the capable direction of Walter e. Gossette choir master and member of the american Guild organists. Soloists selected for the presentation Are Sophia Fine Cantu Soprano prudence Wilson contralto Lorenzo stalling Bass and Herbert Wilson Tenor. Charles Kendrick will be at the Organ and Jessie Lyles Lucas will be at the piano. The Ira Frazier string ensemble will play. Damon p. Young is pastor Rev. Edsel Ammons pastor charged that approval of the he Surv pc the committee would i Corn Ned r air sos d Lorenzo Smith president of conference Center Wou a be a in Uke a a Whitfield and Ingleside meth a sneak through an ordinance United Woodlawn Conter-1 Efren Tiala approval of University vitally concerning ssh. 1230 e. 63rd St asked the it development of the South mid without first consulting Wood commission. Why has the University seen fit to shroud its plans in secrecy Why does the Lawn residents. Clergy Speaks the Rev. Martin w. Farrell Way frontage. Despres said further a if the office to 3-7474 or Myca com planning commission acts upon Unity Secretary a office to University refuse to discuss its this Siwill go to the City Council 14.,300 Nothan few plans with people in the Wood with the commission s prestige pastor of the holy Cross roman Lawn Catholic Church 842 e. 65th St.,j answering his questions Smith opened the Case of Woodlawn said a the University seems not a reply from organizations j Odist churches vice president listing members who plan to of the Chatham Avalon Park attend the panel. Call the Ecca Community Council spoke last week to the members of the West Avalon Community Council. Rev. Ammons voiced intense concern for the Young people of attached to it. The commission 23, and give the following in order to come to some Equi-1 information name of your or-1 both Chatham and West Avalon table decision should hold a nub a animation number of persons 0 a panel discussion exploring 493 traffic deaths Over Christmas week end last year and 609 in 1955, a record number for a three Day Christmas week end. The Council predicted that this years possible death toll would be reduced substantially if motorists and pedestrians exercise a Christmas cantata the extra caution and refrain from wondrous Light by r. M. Speeding and drinking. 4 Points to observe residents asserting that Julian to have any sincere regard for hearing so that evidence from coming and address of contact1 the relation hip of Schogt Home h. Levy executive director of i the people of Woodlawn. It has and sides could be 1 cd nil fir to Vns eth Nook. Person also phone number. And Community to youth problems Rev. Ammons pointed out the South East Chicago commis Grove to us by its Dis criminal i the Alderman asserted that. I Sion who proposed the South t0ry actions that the interest of the land clearance commission1 15 another in a Senes of Many St not Bein filled in the commission a <usin8�?� the the Community is not important was being by the pro Grams sponsored by the a a the and the University Are to the Nick Crevan owner Community. Other panel using you to implement their wonder food Mart e. 61st and plan of forcing the University is. Woodlawn ave., and head of Way further into the Woodlawn the Woodlawn Community with or without the association said a having been such an ordinance would be consent or knowledge of the in business for years in Wood-1 continued on Page 2,. A a a a. ,. Rious commissions of the Ecca of the planning commission. Which in to bring information on import Edward Vandenberg principal most instances would investigate ant aspects of Community life in Hirsch High school Al Nellum and study the plans As Well As Englewood to the concerned re businessmen a effective alternatives before silents of the Community. John Bell is chairman of the recreation commission. Commission on youth welfare and John Lamotte Myca a gang three West Avalon teenagers completed the panel the of St. Mark Church. Cantata at Park Manor Christian Stultz will be presented sunday at 8 . By the senior choir of a i. To we a a a a a a v Park Manor Christian Howard pole president of the a ii Church 600 e. 73rd St., the Rev. Council urged Drivers to a a. Us _. N. Charles h. Webb. Pastor and i. Pay extra attention to Speed limits traffic and weather conditions. 2. Avoid drinking before driving. 3. Get an extra Early Start for Long trips and plan to Stop driving As Early As 3 or 4 in the afternoon. 4 remember Courtesy on the Road exercise common sence and use seat belts. Charles h. Webb pastor mrs. Goldie Guy Martin musical director. In addition to the seasonal highlight there will be a candlelight procession by the choir and Carol sing by the congregation. Services on Christmas Day will be held at the Church at 8 . Followed by the regular it worship service at 10 55 . Battle for Chatham

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