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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 7, 1963, Chicago, Illinois Pm of a 4 i. A the bulletin thursday february 7,.1963 parents win Victory w Ith warehouse Boycott continued from Page 1 once the bulletin is completed the children will be returned o the building in Lafe March when the second shift of children were to have been transferred to the leaders in 4y�?T campaign1 award a r a a m a Fuqua urged the parents to press for a Only the Best school and facilities possible one Parent suggested that the school be used As an upper i Grade Center in order to Allevi Ritz liquors it lounge 63rd at Sangamon bulletin want ads pay live poultry dressed free to order Grade a Small eggs. Doz. 39 live stewing hens 29 live Young geese 49 building following completion a a the smaller old run walking a of the Pronh floor. Or Pali and us Birling the rpm. Carl Fuqua. to possible danger up a prep tar of the a or Quot Imad Parks not or the termed the evaluation of the scr it Rel building a Quot temporary defeat speaking to the 71st find a a a uric m i Stewart committee tuesday a a it t i Nischt Harold Baron of the Chi meeting i h a group of Urban league declared that ends who left the Pic it be Ron a Tang 0f be building temporarily tuesday morning of Rhonl is Tammi of the Rev. Fuqua said. Maintaining a segregated school a it is obvious that the Board syst a in Chicago intends to make this a school Quot the real Issue Here is that of. It is Only closed because of maintaining a segregated safety measures since this was school a he asserted. Quot it Hap Tihe main comi Plato of the opened 15 and 20 years ago this pattern of putting new schools in i Hertto and it is happening officers of the 71 St and Stewart committee elected tuesday fright Are Clarence Garland 7350 s. Union ave., vice president mrs. Birdie Gonsoulin 625 w. 73rd St., recording Secretary Joyd Lickey financial Secretary anal mrs. Mary Lawson 749 w. 70th St treasurer. Given to Nursery take one by Lee Mark san Ted to Otho Robinson at the Annial meeting of the schools Board of directors Jan. 23 at the Parkway ballroom. C la c la fresh fish we also carry a full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours Dally 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 3 . Closed All Day monday Sabels farm products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 naturalized two adopted children were among area residents naturalized last week in a group of 145 persons Hufi it re ii. S. District judge Bernard m. Decker. They Are Alfred Minier 4 years old and his Sis ter Donna Lynne also 4 years old natives of Germany. The annual current expense Campaign at the South town . Will open Friday february 8 and will run for ten Days approximately 200 Volunteer workers will help to raise $19,000 needed to subsidize youth membership and make it possible for the Southdown . To continue a High level of service to boys and girls in the Fugle Wood area Campaign leaders in the picture Are As follows from left first Row mrs Florence Morris or. A leak mrs Berniec Moore second Row mar a Jack or. Grace yarn ado mis Minina a Lack and mrs Nancy Johnston a a i. Bulletin want ads pay i u a it it it it it it it Ltd it it it it a it Ltd a a a a a a a a a Ltd a it it it it a a a it a a a it it a it % u it it a a a a it Ltd a Ltd a a a a Ltd a a a a a a a % % a a cagers prove size it chapter Alpha Kapp. A. pm Jujj Lgon Theta chapter Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity t1 the Chatham Myca its Biddy 4. To cordially inv Ltd you to attend a Benefit dance for the United negro College fund sun., feb. 10, 1963 a . To 8 . Special guest Dick Gregory music Gay Quot the jazz men Quot 1962 winners of the Harvest Moon festival United packing House Center 4859 so. Wabash Aye. Donation $2.00 basketball league put on shows last Friday and saturday Belv ing the accepted statement that basketball is for giants. A a All participants in the games development and Community. Ranged in Ages from 8 to 10 to years. Maximum height for this it it league is 5�?T6�?�, although the tall a est member was Only 5�?T2�?�. % % of. A. 4 vre v.1 a a. A a v. A a a a. A by / i k a a i r i y. Despite the baskets being lowered half a foot from regulation level quite a bit of Effort and a the support of the school skill is required. �?o7-- these cagers proved Treyve p t a t got the prowess for the sport. �1 a 0 Noil or in the All Star Biddy basketball t a �1 1 league the eagles out Allied the past i Psi clan i s globetrotters with a final count of 11 to 9. Steve Palf top Hooper for a a a .y.-. . Sys. / a t v the eagles netted four Points to Start the Ball rolling toward his quintets Victory. Melvin Barrow of the zephyrs carried his squad to a 13 to 30 imagery in Type take any he to you like or staccato. the words Ripple or let them flow. There will be those who will Rad into word and into this heat meanings Dep and foreboding meanings shallow and surfaced. And Ala. There will he Many f who will not read these words at ail. More the nit the Frank j. Williams award Ltd t a 1 it 1 for apr vice to the a Quot or a Quot ult Fri what ,1,s an l eau j1?"1 Al Geld Nursery school was pre-,111 a a Erhler. Sometimes m tears. Of matter. The word Are Indell Ihly his. It thet a was a people who had no voice in things that concerned them. Their wants their needs were Seldom voiced. The people were mute. No elected representative represented them. Those who the award was accepted by purported to represent them were Muter than the mrs. Thelma Bonaparte Board i people. Both w Ere slaves without shackles except in member on behalf of where the people s agent mastered the who was confined to his Home by people. The slaves were Given what the masters Ness her Irley they should have never what they needed. Justice was a word they a heard so Many cons Long ago. It was a word not to he used by them applied to them nor even expected of them. Who cares about Justice for a silent people no one. No one a silent people is a people asleep. And in slumber there is peace. Make them pay taxes and a hould they awaken from the Pinch buy a dilapidated building fix it up and Call it a school and say of look what we be done for who cares about the curricula or whether there is inequality involved say a it s a Fine school its a Fine school a maybe once in a while build a new school for them but in their neighbourhood. Then close your eyes and draw a new Boundary a a it a a Beautiful new say it Long enough anal soon you la grow to believe it. Now for the coup de Grace Cut the fat up lation up into wards watch tie boundaries carefully a must maintain the a proper ratio you know and let them those who stir so acct some candidates to oppose Yout candidates to represent them. Now while they Hattle among themselves sit Back chuckle and win. If they show signs still of Awakening give them a few acres Ana say �?of.,ook at what we gave you. A shiny new Park. Oil this Park we re Gonna put a Nice new building. It s a Fine building. Why shucks at least fifty people can get inside at one time it Cost us forty thousand Bucks. You sure of outta be proud a rut say these words softly you masters for Here sleeps a giant. Once awakened who can know his strength Seel is believing residents out 71st and Stewart Way can hardly believe the news that school sup. Willis has axed his plan to Send those kids to that warehouse for an education that s the Way pressure works Bud. Some folks talk a big show but architect William Morrison of Chatham deserves loud applause for putting his Money where the heart is. His contribution to the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council s youth service committee is unmatched to Date 50 bit. The critical reviews of the leontyne Price concert help not a bit. Proof of the pud div is in the Mouths of the tasters. From this Corner miss Price triumphed there now Claudia it Al. Knowledgeable political students Are still giggling at How Aldermani candidate Banks misses the balls even when tossed by his own advisers and . Personnel. Unsolicited advice Don t count on a the lawyers available to you to draft your ordinances if elected. And f find out what the people past presidents will be Hon expect of an Alderman a yer Welcome. Meanwhile ored in a meeting of the John Coleman the War Counselor Holt is steadily Harvard a to 7525 s. Harvard a gaining voter popularity in the 8th Ward. Alderman ave., wednesday feb. 13 at Condon is spending much of his campaigning time in the Eastern half of that Ward. While on the subject of the 8th, we asked a Guy we Hose support could help but plenty who his Choice was and got this head scratcher for an assayer a the Winner of course a Mhz. Rollins Robinson was cited for his work in organizing and drafting the original charter of the Alt Geld Nursery school Council and i to school program the award is named for Frank j. Williarm who served three years As chairman of the Council Board and mobilized the Altgeld gardens Community in behalf of the school. Both men were also Active in bringing people outside the Community into Active participation in the work of the school. Mrs. Charlemae Rollins children s librarian at Hall Branch Library was guest speaker at the meeting. The Altgeld Nursery school provides supervision and meals for children of working mothers in the Altgeld gardens housing other recipients of awards were Williams mrs. Ethel Robinson Board member and mrs. Elizabeth Ball who has been Active in operating a rummage Sale project which contributes to 1 15 . In the Auburn Park methodist Church 7500 s. Harvard ave. R. By it Ita a. A. Y. V�k9 �?��?�y.1,�?T. I Hilife a a a f a a a a 1 a. A a. -y.-. A y. Re a a a 4z a a a ,v.41 a a a i i v a. A founder s Day will also be a Victory Over the thunderer isl it served in the program. Guest by racking up 10 Points. Speaker will be the Rev. A. A i i Iii f in the pro Biddy basketball 1 Patterson Jackson pastor of in up Roll Roll Law Ullh league the Falcons graciously Liberty Baptist Church. Ill i 11w i Viii Vui ref few a handed the Chatham Trotters a a social hour win follow defeat with a final tally of 29 according to mrs. Earl War a a a it a Field president. I a. R it it a it amp y re. Sgt a a a a a v.iv�v1 a %. A pm Valet your. J. A a a my. In a a a it a it a in. . V., a y a a a a a a a w to 16. Top scorer for the Falcons was Marshall who netted 12 Points to Lead his fiery five to Victory score to the last game saw the lakers thus ended round two of the pitted against the condors Chatham my can a Biddy Basket though they displayed a Fine Ball Cage Competition. The a gym Hardwood Battle the lakers fell i is located at 1021 e. 83rd St. Army lout restaurant lounge specializing in full course Home cooked meals Chicken steaks fish shrimp now Riat Uhing oysters chitterling Gumbo Cau for carry outs 420 e. 75th Street he 3-6550 v y in its m by a a. Gas dryer for without risking a Penny we a it a a or sex Yyi v. I to vat a a see Why 4 out of 5 Chicago women choose Gas dryers your wife will thank you every Wash Day for accepting this special offer to try a Gas dryer for 90 Days. And you done to risk a Penny. Any dealer displaying the a special offers Banner or Peoples Gas will install the Gas dryer of your Choice with a Deposit of just $5. Use it As often As you like for 3 months. Then if you re not completely satisfied the dryer will be picked up and your Money refunded. This offer is made because we Are sure once you and your wife see How beautifully Gas dries clothes and How much it saves compared with other automatic dryers you wont want to part with it. So take advantage of this offer today. See Why Gas dries clothes Best for less look for this Banner displayed by dealers featuring this special 90-Day trial offer come in to any Peoples Gas neighbourhood office or Call 431-4000 the Light and cock company Peoples Gas neighbourhood ottices1122 South Michigan Avenue a 3315 North Marshue d a nue 1530 Milf Tuk a Nua a 4�39 Irving Parit Road a 4201 West a Adiao or to wait 83rd Street a 4$29 Scute Ashland Avenue a 45 East Pershing Road a 11257 South Michigan Avenue by Albert d. Johnson the Field of Aldermani can victims to the condors with Aid Date is stir cluttered with Many anxious aspirants. For the most part not much of a real struggle is occurring among those who Are running for the Post of Alderman in their respective wards. Few seem Able to show cause Why they should supplant incumbent aldermen. Consequently most incumbents seem unperturbed. Nevertheless a candidate must receive a majority of the votes cast in his Ward to be declared the Winner. If no candidate receives the majority vote in a particular Ward on feb. 26 a run off will be necessary in april. Numerous Bills were introduced in the state legislature during the past three weeks. Affecting chicagoan particularly is a Bill to establish a new real estate tax ceiling of $1,16 $100 valuation. Mayor Daley is reportedly giving in to the idea of a real estate tax ceiling for Chicago property owners. He is also under pressure from civic Organt see an end to yearly tax increases. Chicago property owners May feel that the assessed Valme of their property is outrageous but they have Only to compare the rates of suburban and Down state communities. Rates in some localities Are about 20 cent compared to approximately 5 cent for chicagoan. According to rep. Armstrong most Illinois municipalities outside Chicago Levy a personal property tax in addition to real estate taxes. Household items such As refrigerators furniture television sets Etc. Are taxed. Even automobiles Are taxed. Chicagoan have no personal property taxes to pay. Rep. Armstrong said he introduced the first Bill in the current session of the House. In essence. The Bill forbids a creditor from suing a debtor after having repossessed merchandise because of delinquent payments. After repossessing merchandise for which a debtor is unable to continue payments Many creditors or businesses will sue to Force the buyer to Complete nations to find new sources of a the full payment of the repos taxation. In reply to these a messed merchandise Evem though groups Daley has said that Chi he the debtor no longer has it. Cago does no to have any Choice such legislation is urgently but to ask the legislature to pro needed to spare those info Stu vide just and equitable Home Nate enough to have to pay for Rule Powers for the City of Chicago. State representative Charles Armstrong of the Southside a 22nd District said that 40 cent of Chicago a real estate taxes go to educate the City a thousands of Public school children. Armstrong who is the Only negro member of the state school problems commission said the commission will ask the state legislature to increase the level of state Aid child on the local level. The state now makes up the difference in local educational funds up to 250 dollars child. Rep. Armstrong feels the states maximum should be increased to 330 dollars. Chicago gets about so dollars child from the state according to Armstrong. He said the education of each Chicago child costs about 500 dollars. Because Chicago has higher valued real estate than other Illinois communities More taxes Are realized. Many communities Are Able to raise no More than 150 dollars child if the state legislature is persuaded to increase the states maximum level of Aid on the local level. Chicago real estate owners May merchandise taken by a venal creditor. A by a gets $6,000 in drive Herb sap Stem druggist at 8258 cottage is promoting the Chatham Myca these Days. Sap Stem co chairman of the ii Quot drive with Millard Rob a bins of 8224 South Park ave., i was elated tuesday night when nearly $6,000 was reported at i the first Campaign meeting. The i goal for the six week drive is $15,000. Serving for the Teo Ond year As Campaign co chairman sap Stern stated that this is the first time in three years that things Are looking Good for the drive. They has been vitally interested in the Community during some trying times a he said a and we must now sup Pon the organization that is our major recreation Center in the area.1 a pictured at left in the photo is Sapstein s brother Paul also a Myca Booster

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