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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 23, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Our very Best wishes for a merry Christmas bulletin photographer Ernest Strickland jr., in an attempt to capture the real spirit of Christmas As it affects the youngsters in the bulletin area visited several Community institutions this week. The above photos Are from the Kaleidoscope of Strickland s Christmas notebook. The spirits youngsters in the bulletin area were sailing High As Santa Claus swooped in from his Vantage Point somewhere at the North pole with bags full of toys Cheeks full of merriment and wonderous whiskers to be stroked not pulled. At left Quot operation Santa Claus Quot at Beal upper Grade Center 6043 Sangamon 7th grader Archie Jones 6006 Halsted plays Santa and is be seethed by Youthful enthusiasts. In Center photo Young thespians enact scene from Xmas presentation dec. 20, at Hamilton Park 72nd Normal. At right Santa visits Sears Roebuck 63rd Halsted. Making sure everyone is heard Ken Lamb in manager of the store provides an assist to Gregory Murdock 6238 Michigan and Earl Mcneil jr., 6723 Champlain. The Rev. David Readye pastor St. John s . Church 6201 Throop notes the confab and the youngster s Silver lining in december. Sherman Murdock 6238 Michigan awaits his turn. Shifting scenes Santa if you make this set i will have a Happy new year by Hurley Green editor t was the week before Christmas and All through the Community not an organization was stirring not even the local Louse the gaiety proofs were Hung by the Linotype with care in Hopes that a Good Issue would soon be there. The Good Community residents were nestled All snug in their Beds while visions of new protests danced in their Heads. And i in my lonely office with an unusually silent pen had tried to Settle my brains for one More column before year s end. Maybe it did no to happen that Way and maybe Clement Moore will forgive my transgressions with his classic poem but How else could i explain my note to the generous gent with the Beard and Reindeer of yes i did address a missle to or. Claus but in the event it goes astray perhaps he will take a second to glance at shifting scenes and see that i too have the spirit of giving during this most joyous season. Of course one of my first requests would have been for a Quot White Quot Christmas but this is still 1965, the year of the Quot movement Quot and i am too Quot hip Quot to make that mistake. So instead i m Settle for a Quot Green Quot Spring. In the Way of personal gifts i would ask for Spe Cial designed insulated suits for All the Winter marchers and demonstrators. For his Honor mayor Daley i knew he would like a new pair of ear plugs. He must have worn out the old ones by now ignoring the cries of the a Mbroh term. For Ben Willis a rope ladder to climb Down from his Ivory Tower in the very near future. For that dynamic duo of Depres and Chew i asked for a tuning Fork so that they May continue to sing in a Harmon Eek. I thought of a Bubble top Cadillac for Alderman Chew but he probably ordered that himself. For my favorite Alderman Bob Miller i asked for a new Cape and a razor Sharp sword to assist him in his Battles with the political Quot bulls Quot who would have his Scalp. For Capac prexy Herb guardian of Chatham Fisher i asked for a year round License to ferret out the evils that would invade the Council and the Community. For Milton i m also a banker Lamb i asked Only for a new pen and Pencil set. To keep track of the Money with what else on his Way to Chesterfield i asked the old gent to Stop off and leave a suit of Armor and a White horse for acc president Frank Sayre As he leads the charge for voter education. I asked the old fellow to get an extra Large bag As he headed toward the emotion filled Community of Englewood for in Englewood a shifting scenes has Many Aquaino Tances. At his first Stop i suggested that he Stop at the Urban Progress Center where director Rachel Ridley works both Day and night. I asked him if he could please leave Rachel one of those new 32-hour Day clocks. Acc members hit prexy on vote Issue delivered per month 25c Chatham Englewood Park Manor Chicago a leading Community weekly politically Wise members deny Sayress contentions published at 639 e. 71st St., Stewart 3-1040 Price 10c per copy eighth year no. 9 week of dec. 23 to dec. 30, 1965 at St. John . Church Dave Readye Only a piece 1966.�?� i asked Santa to bring Rev. Of mind and Contentment for at Christ methodist Church where the Rev. John Porter fights the Devil and All of his disciples the new James Bond super gun might come in Handy doing some of his Youthful Quot soul saving Quot campaigns. Block club units fight Pool room voicing the Adamant opposition of residents of the neighbourhood the Avalon Community Council this week made the first move toward stopping the opening of a Pool room at 739 e. 79th St. Atty. Herbert Fisher president of the Capac revealed that residents of the 7800 and 7900 blocks on Evans and Langley recently called the councils attention to Interior improvements being made at the 79th Street address. Quot the work being done at the address indicated that a Pool room was being created a said Fisher. He further stated that a Check with the City collectors office proved that a License application is currently pending the applicant was reported to be a Theobold Kinnon 7635 Perry Fisher asserted. In spite of the fact that the License application has received approvals from various City departments and is expected to be approved Fisher took the residents opposition to the proposed Pool room to City Hall. A i was informed the commission no longer exists a reported Fisher. However the Capac president strongly contended that the applicable provisions of the City code that established the billiard commission could be used to Stop the opening of the Pool room. Maintaining that the opening of the Pool room would be contrary to provisions in the City code Fisher said a we do not see that the repeal of chapter to which relieved the billiard commission from keeping records As provided for in Section 3 21-13et-seq., requiring action by the billiard commission prior to the issuance of such a on behalf of the Capac and the residents of the 79th and Langley Evans area Fisher in a letter to mayor Richard j. Daley requested that the i continued Page 4 for Ken Lamblin. Larry Bernstein and the rest of the Emma i could Only ask that Santa continue the gift of generosity that he has bestowed on them in past years. For Englewood leaders Henry Wilson Willie Pittman i would ask that they receive Only the continued gift of dedication that they have exemplified during 1965. Before Santa runs out of time and Energy miss Anderson our bulletin Booster classified manager asked Santa to bring Lee and Joyce of the a african look a a new khyber Rifle so that she might bag a Jaguar so that she might design miss Anderson another a african look evening gown. I could not end a letter to Santa without asking for something for my Friend and publisher Bruce Sagan i m sure Bruce would Settle for an adding machine to tally the new increased circulation figures for 1966. And finally for All the bulletin Booster staff i would have Santa to deliver my heart Felt thanks for the support and Aid they have Given a shifting scenes in 1965. Our staff is beyond a doubt the for the entire bulletin Booster Community family May i extend season greetings from All of us to All of you. From Hurley Shirley Clarence Harold Sam Leon Jim Helen Jeanette Paul fait Duncan. Men available in today s want ads to help you decorate move remodel landscape repair or install plumbing fix your stove or refrigerator make new or clean blinds Check your Furnace exterminate Check wiring tiling remove rubbish whatever repairs or installations you need. You la find them in bulletin want ads. To place a for rent. Buy. Sell. Hire Etc. Add Call St 3-1040 let our Friendly and takers help you word your and for the Best results. Stockings and hearts ready the arrival of St. Nicholas Santa Claus Kris Kringle or father Christmas from the wind howling Snow whirling land of the North pole was heralded All Over the City recently. These Englewood youngsters beamed with Joy and glowed with Pride at the bearer of secret gifts Long awaited toys last week. Santa visited with children in the Heather House 8th floor of Carson Pirie Scott pictured her mrs. J. E. Phillips 3rd Grade teacher at Brownell school accompanied the children . Little lady Down front seems to be looking for Rudolph the red nosed Reindeer. World of tinsel Leon r. Forrest Sharp minded discussions entering around a newly formed area voters vandalism May Force firm s move education conference committee keyed the december 21 meeting of the Chesterfield Community Council at Tuley Park Field House 91st and so. Park. Acc president Frank Sayre was admonished by several Council members for purporting to represent the councils views at the december 10th meeting with 6th Wand Alderman Robert Miller. The world was coloured with Pink and Blue tinsel saturday december 18, for Over 5,-000 sixth Ward youngsters. Ald. Robert Miller and the Ward s democratic women s auxiliary played Host to the children and their friends at its 10th annual children Christmas party. Free tickets were handed out to the youngsters for admission theatre 855 e 63rd St., malicious vandalism May run a Long established business firm from the Englewood area according to report from a certified accountants plea for increased police Protection this week. According to a spokesman for Raymond s. Blunt amp company 7030 Racine a letter to commander Harold Miles of the 7th District police station said the acts of vandalism have troubled the firm since last year. The malicious nature of the vandals was shown on a recent Friday when two full bottles of Beer were thrown through a window of the Entrance of the firm. In addition the letter stated that on december 8, the tires on automobiles owned by tenants of the building housing the firm a were slashed and had to be towed away and the incident was reported to the in an interview with a bulletin reporter Captain Harold c. Miles commander of the Engel Wood 7th District police station said the letter had been received by his office and was investigated by an officer assigned by Miles. Quot the primary answer to problems of recurring vandalism is stepped up patrolling of police cars a said capt. Miles. The commander also asserted that any legitimate complaint from area residents or businessmen a a will be acted even the firms gutters have not been Safe from acts of vandalism. Early this month a Vandal Tore Down an electric conduit pipe in the rear of the building. The pipe used to heat the Gutter to avoid water backup during the freezing months of Winter. Though the Gutter incident was not reported to police numerous others were. Broken windows of automobiles owned by employees of the firm and its tenants in the building the repeated breaking of car radio aerials the rifling of autos have been reported to police Many times. Positive identification of one Vandal a neighbors son was made recently when he was apprehended while battering an electric sign. The spokesman for the firm said the sign was finally removed but the parents of the boy were never a held to account for the damage done by the the spokesman claimed that area police have instituted continued Page 4 Sayre one of a five Man committee claiming to represent the Chatham Avalon Park Manor Chesterfield communities sought to pressure Miller into using his influence in the selection of a state representative from 29 District who would be a satisfactory to the group and its constituency. None of the a leaders present lived within the boundaries of the 6th Ward. One Council member warned the generally sure footed Sayre to be wary of craftiness of a vested Powers behind the 29th District voters strategy there was never a hint of dissatisfaction with Sayress leadership in general nor was there any question of his sincerity of purpose but previously politically exposed members present at the meeting kindly tendered their warnings to the Council Leader of a one who has a duality of purpose behind his motions at the seat of authority on the much of the warning Sayress heard recalled the recent meeting in Alderman Millers office in which the political Leader questioned the motives and conflict of interest evidenced by the very presence of a local publisher editor at the Helm of the groups leadership. In other Council business president Sayre encouraged members to take part in the educational Park conference to be held in late january. A it is essential to bring More information about the educational Parks to the residents of the area affected. These facilities can be constructed in Southeast Chicago in order to relieve the overcrowding at All area High schools to provide Equality of educational oppor to All of the children in the area a he stated. A spirited discussion concerning the proposed voters education conference continued following the close of the meeting. Most of the members expressed Sharp concern about the councils tentative endorsement of the plan. Both theatres to prevent overcrowding. Ald. Miller and his staff supervised the operations. Mrs. Ollie Muirhead handled the affair at the Maryland and mrs. Odell Galloway 7231 Eberhart supervised the starry eyed youngsters at the Rhodes theatre 79th and Rhodes. Pictured Here in Blissful Joy is Joan Davis to the Maryland daughter of mrs. Helen Davis advertising and the Rhodes representative for the bulletin. Theatre 538 e. 79th St. The party was held at sue to raze area building a circuit court suit asking for the demolition of two Frame buildings at 6406 St. Lawrence was filed dec. 14, by the City a building department. Best food buys this week each week the bulletin publishes the Best food buys at your local food store As advertised in your bulletin Georgia s finest a pc frying Chicken. Page 7 a wonder food Domino sugar 5 la. Bag 39c with any Purchase Page 5 a Vitos

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