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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 12, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Page v thursday Jan 12. 1961 the bulletin crusade chairman needs help an urgent need for a Block colonel to assist in the solicitation of polio funds in Hamilton Park area during the marching mothers one hour crusade on Jan la has been revealed by mrs. Will a Mae Tandy of 144 w 74th St. Although three chairmen already have been secured another still is needed to help organize area Iii from Halsted to Wallace Between 75th and 79th ms., including Winneconne pkwy. Block colonels already assigned to the Hamilton Park area Are mrs. Elizabeth Shannon 144 w. 74th St., area in mrs. Doris Mitchell 7152 Lafayette area ii and mrs. Helen Ketchum 7113 Normal. Area i. The March is scheduled for the last Day of january from 7 to 9 . Four mothers will Knock on doors and collect funds for one hour in each Block. The Block colonels together with the area chairman will organize and direct the crusade. Volunteers Are being solicited now from Hamilton Park and gets award for sorrier Roosevelt Nesbitt 5939 s. Green St., is shown receiving Community service trophy from mrs. Mazelle Russell 5915 s. Green St., trustee of the 59th and Green Home improvement Chih. Looking on Are left mrs. Katherine Nesbitt and mrs. Devella Thompson 5934 s. Green St., financial Secretary of the Chib. Woodlawn boys clubs Cape Tanglewood tourney note in tall swing group holds first �?T61 meet a surrounding areas interested Woodlawn Chicago boys apostle persons preferably mothers dub. 6331 s. University Aveis May Call to 4 8218 for further holding a grammar school Bas information. Duke s Salon Cliffs or spic Auxin in tinting cutting styling 213 i. 71 St St. Stalwart 3-1432 of holy Angels wads i Worth. Netball tournament under the let week St brides played the first regular meeting direction of Larry Larosae Corpus Christi and holy Cross the year of the Halsted Morgan gym instructor. The games Are Weng up against St. Clara. St. Community association will be played on monday tuesday and Bruf is b c fun Rill held in Christ methodist Church j Mccarthy downed Corpus Chris f>40l s. Sangamon St. Friday wednesday evenings at 7 15 . The following schools Are entered in the tourney holy Cross St. Clara Corpus Christi St. Brides St. Thomas Hyde hark variety show Friday night on the evening of Friday january 13th, at 8 ., Hyde Park High school will present its senior variety show in Loomis Hall. The show very aptly entitled Quot entertainment will take the audience on a whirlwind tour of the world through the eyes of six so called there will be stops in Paris Vienna Japan and the West indies with songs and dances inimical to the particular scene. There will be Lively russian dances modern jazz in the streets of Paris and comic viennese action in All. There will be approximately 25 songs acts and dances with the outstanding Hyde Park chorus line highlighting the evening. Music will be provided by the school dance band. Some of the featured players in the production will be Booker Morris 6328 s. Ellis ave Renee Hinton 6832 s. Normal blvd., Janell Morgan 7211 s. University ave., Carmen Hylton 1143 e. 65th St., Nettie Anthony. 851 s. Drexel Square and Wendy Lew is. 1227 e. 57th St the production committee includes John White chairman 5439 Harper Barbara Mason co chairman 813 e. 47th St. Jearline sergeant 1341 e. 70th St., and Gloria Wells 6553 s. Ingleside ave. The unusually Clever script for the show was written by Jery Lazar 5520 South Shore drive. Faculty sponsors Are Ray Monde Greene and Donna Ham brie. Iii the political wind. By a Albert d. Johnson 1246 Cotta or to 4.6777 Amber bakery fancy decorated cakes amp Pound cakes 720 e. 87th St. Al 4-2457 Farmers poultry amp fish Market live poultry and fresh fish daily poultry dressed to your order while you wait country fresh eggs 8329 cottage Grove Radcliffe 3-2345 to 32 19. Cate had to Points and Mccarthy 9. While o Connell contributed 7 Points and vital rebounds. Nyle Snead had to Points for the losers. Holy Cross bumped St. Clara 29 12 behind Bill Spinks 16 Point Effort. Bob Lowe added another 7 Points. Wiilie Robinson Hail 5 Points in a losing cause. Holy Angels took the measure Jan 13th at 8 . The election of officers for the coming year will lie on the Agenda also a report on the past years accomplishments will 1/e reviewed. An outline for the drafting of plans for the coming j ear is to be discussed Quot All residents of the area Are asked to be present Quot said president Henry Wilson 6508 s Sangamon St. Mrs. Emma hear plans for unified command of St. Thomas apostle 34 23. Ron Green 6434 s Peoria St., is the recording Secretary. Rudolph hit for 16 Points mostly on rebound shots. Bob Jefferies added to Points beside playing aided by police miss Anna Mack. 64. Of 960 w. A sparkling floor game. Rick 59th St., was Given first Aid and j Beck was High for St. Thomas i taken Home by policemen re with 9, followed by Bob Mccar cent y after she had fainted at Ithyl a 6. Vav. 79th St. And s. Halsted St. Police Protection in the Southeast area will become "16 times More effective Quot once the detective Force and several districts Here Are consolidated under one command two police captains announced. Supt. O. Vav. Wilson is scheduled to merge local District detectives under one roof the Burnside station. 9059 s. Cottage Grove ave., on March i. Plans to de activate an undisclosed number of stations and Transfer their current complements to two or three commands carry a target Date of june i. These and other Steps aimed at lowering the crime rate throughout the City were sex to representatives of nine area civic groups tuesday night. Outlining plans with local emphasis were cats. James rior Dan Deputy chief of the patrol division for the second area and Thomas Mcnulty commander of the Burnside station. Marshall Foreen. President of the West Avalon Community association hosted the two hour Long informal discussion in his Home 8357 s. Drexel ave. Meeting arrangements were made by Foreen and Walter Holan 545 e. 88th St., president of the Chesterfield Community Council. In a memorable speech at the Woodlawn regional Library monday night Alderman Robert h. Miller filth urged Community organizations to establish Liaison with their City and state Legislatures. This is necessary preparatory to taking action on vital Community problems and or projects. He said. The Southeast commission came under Miller s fire because of its furtive housing expansion program in the University of Chicago and Woodlawn areas. A a the audience was awed by the facts and figures cited by Ald. Miller. Few people seemed aware of the Many civic and social changes affecting their neighbourhoods. This columnist has elaborated in detail elsewhere in this paper on the highlights of the Alderman s address. A a rumours of redistricting Are continuing. Ald. Paul m. Sheri Dan 16th told me that All 50 of the City swards were affected. He is a member of the powerful City Council rules committee that will have the last word about redistricting. The com Mittee is composed of two Alder men from each numerically tenth Ward which Means that each Row of Council seats in the Chambers has two aldermen on the rules committee. A Ald. Sheridan could give no details on the plans of the committee because redistricting has t been studied but he said that considerable debate is exacted before a final solution is reached. Some wards May not require redistricting he con eluded. Redistricting is supposed to take place every ten years following completion of the census. Because of population shifts representation in governmental bodies of elected officials often becomes unbalanced in a particular party s favor. Committee members must vote to release a Bill to be considered on the floor of Congress. If the democrats Are successful in purging one of the Dixie rats. Kennedy s Liberal program will have a much better Chance. T for the first time in its history the Illinois state legislature has a House speaker who is a member of the minority party. Republicans outnumber democrats 89 to 88. The Senate remained with a Republican majority. Gov. Otto Kerner can expect considerable difficulty. A gov. Kerner a proposed sales and excise tax increase to raise 265 million dollars has been turned Down before. The state is sorely in need of More funds to bolster its health and assistance programs. Chicago is More than paying its share of the Burden. Auto insurance free bail Bond card no Money Down we insure anyone 24 or. Service _ i he 6 3062 Call be 6-5555 Friendly insurance agcy. 1636 w. 63rd i Sammy Dyer 3 school of Tho theater 3447 a Michl an blvd. J t a 4-9148 Riti Ioctl Billet acrobatic to j r dancing and Profe Monal staging c studio open Dolly for 1 registration and information 5 \ 3 00 . R Vera Richardson Acy. In bulletin want ads Pax bring this and with you for a Largi discount on any new 1961 car or truck ask for Sykes Max Moss automobiles 2700 s. Michigan w. Norbert Engles. The Man who never stays Home being a Bank president May have certain rewards but its not a life to be envied by the 9 to 5 working Man. Take our president w. Norbert Engles for instance. When he a not in his office at Chicago City Bank you can bet also that he a not at Home he might he leading a discussion group seeking the Means to finance Community improvements. He May be at a new construction site gathering background information prior to recommending approval on a loan. You might find him at a Church or civic meeting or reporting to any one of several hoards of directors. He May be delivering a speech in St. Louis entertaining an out of town dignitary or in conference with an old Friend from Washington d. C. And Between appointments he still manages to direct the activities of neatly 300 staff members at Chicago City Bank he carefully watches deposits Loans expenses profits checking account activity and Safe Deposit Box rentals. He makes sure customers receive the courteous treatment they re entitled to and greets As Many As he can when they re in the Bank. Yes w. Norbert Engles is a hard Man to find at Home because he works for you and your Community. I he fact that our business is Good testifies to his effectiveness. Largest Bank on the South Sida Chicago City Bank and Trust company 63rd in Halsted a Chicago 21, Illinois a Triangle 3-8800 a mar Fader Deposit insurance corporation senator Everett Dirk sen r. 111.on Quot meet the press sunday said that he planned to ofter counter proposals to president elect Kennedy a major Domestic proposals. He did not explain but it appeared that he was either much in disagreement with Kennedy a program or was in opposition for fear of being branded a renegade by fellow republicans. Dirksen hedged when asked what action the republicans planned to take in carrying out the party a pledge to change filibuster rules. A the House rules commit tee will have say so on what i Bills May come before Congress. It has a Long record of blocking j most Liberal legislation. Because of this Many Liberal leaders believe that Kennedy s Many Liberal measures will have difficulty. The rules committee is composed of eight democrats and four republicans. Yet All four Republican members have teamed up with two Southern democrats to Block Liberal housing Bills old aged assistance. Two fold in nature the ses Jand civil rights. A majority of Sion gave leaders a first hand a a a a. Introduction to both newly assigned captains. It also permitted Riordan and Mcnulty to Lay out department plans for comments something each Leader has been itching to do since Wilson came to Power a year ago. Opening remarks were voiced by Mcnulty and dealt with Wilson s new motor beat patrol concept. Here certain squads Are assigned to specific Quot beats Quot Anc Are held accountable for them highly mechanized. Mcnulty said District cars will no longer be withdrawn from a command for special patrol of Large fires or mass events. These duties now fall under a beefed up task Force he added. Riordan in disclosing the new detective command assured that Protection in the Burnside Community wiil be increased merely from the passage of squads to and from the Central Headquarters on their Way to outlying patrols. He explained that virtually All of the department s new designs Are geared to preventing crime. He cited tile Conception of the new crime analysis Bureau j which keeps records on the Type i and address of crime in every area. The Bureau. As a result recorded an upswing of Home looting in the Vicinity of f. 79th and s. State its. More units arc now detailed in that neighbourhood. He stated. Waging a More intense questioning of the Quot reforms Quot were Holan or. Welton i. Taylor president of the Chatham Ava Lon Park Community Council and mrs. Ann Marks Leader of the North Avalon improvement association. Holan sought to learn what the continued on Page 7 1961 Only with this and service Call $5�o Furnace cleaned pc adjusted with no extras si250 Call today guaranteed work heating special Check your heating Plant today Don t wait till it s too late i we repair All makes of heating equipment Call he 6-4639 no Money Down terms a years to pay Durkee heating service Stoker Oil burners Gate boilers Furnace repair air conditioner 1946 w. 69th St. Call now he 6-4929 City wide 24 or. Service seeks Fayette couple for farm a resident from Columbia. Mo., visiting the area has offered to lend a helping hand to a homeless couple in the distressed Fayette Tenn. Area. Mrs. Elizabeth r. Decrouch. Who is in the City due to the death of her daughter in Law mrs. Alice Turner. 7253 s. Rhodes ave., would like to share her Larm Home in Columbia with a respectable Fayette couple. Mrs. Decrouch who lives on a 22 acre farm with her husband l. W. Decrouch. Stated that besides farming there Are a number of jobs in the town for College and Hospital employees. Any area residents having information about persons desiring to leave the Fayette area May Contact or. L. W. Decrouch route i Columbia to. Live poultry amp fresh fish dressed free to order Small eggs 3 Doz. Live stewing hens. Live fryers. 97 29 29 c the c la we also carry c full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours Dally 8 30 until 7 . Open sunday until 4 . Closed All Day monday Sabels farm products wholesale a retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161 Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Two stands 21�?6335 South pork Ayr. 1�?4110 Caffey Grove Avo. 24-hour radio dispatched tin Cihi licensed is bonded driven meter rate to. 8-9100 pros ply dependable our Floii ii a close a your phone Harvey Collins original Barb a House serving you indoor cooking with outdoor flavor delicious a world s finest ribs Chicken fish and shrimp with tasty Mambo sauce two stores for your convenience 352 East 61 St Street 414 East 71st Street hours daily 4 . To 4 . Hours daily 3 . To 4 . Saturday Only i . To 5 . Saturday only�?12 noon to 5 . Closed All Day monday i

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