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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 19, 1961, Chicago, Illinois % Pige 2tur . To Ruday Jan in Ary h 1%1 Camp fire girls planning to fete Golden Jubilee in keeping with the Golden Jubilee of the Council of Camp fire girls the Southeast District is planning a a thank your Community Day a with a Potlatch supper sat Jan. 28 the supper will he held in Hyde Park neighbourhood club 5480 s. Kenwood five. A Loc Al campfire unit has prepared a skit for the occasion built around the theme thank your Community. During the affair Community and school representatives will receive certificates. Campfire girl books i so will be presented to local Library representatives. Certificates will be awarded by mrs. Eileen Gersch 7133 s. Greenwood ave chairman of the Southeast District leaders association. Among outstanding Leader selected to receive an the purpose 0f the fair is to it Ward is Aid. Leon m. Desprez focus attention on science Tal 5th. Ent4 allow the student an oppor Capac to Start office fund drive my tenth contest Englewood annual student science Ingleside ave., a campfire girl of 1st rank torchbearer and mrs. Eileen Gersch 7133 s Greenwood ave., chairman of the Southeast District leaders association. Mrs. Geneva Jones member of the Board of directors of the Chicago area Council of Camp fire girls will Light the Golden Jubilee Candle during the ceremonies. Science fair at Park Manor the student body of Park be Hammond s committee a Manor school will presen a so Una Njma us vote 0f Confidence once fair on Friday Jan. 20, or Puon j Tayjor 762t s. From 9 . Until 3 a Man the Prairie Capac president school auditorium 7039 s. Rhodes ave. The Chatham Avalon Park Community Council in an Effort to establish an office staffed by knowledgeable personnel will launch its area wide fund Rais ing Campaign this month. According to William r. Hammond 7735 s. Calumet ave., chairman of the budget and finance committee the proposed office will bring a much needed service to the Chatham Corn-1 Unity. The Capac Board of directors a Golden Jubilee Candle lighting ceremony will follow the supper and presentations participating in the ceremonies will be mrs. Floyd Mulkey 6108 s. Kimbark ave., Field director of the Southeast District mrs. Pat Keith 1414 e. 59th St., National organization represent five miss Judy goons 6032 s. Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Two stands #1_335 South pork at. #2�?4510 Cohart Grov ave. 24-hour Rudio dispatched taxi Cabi licensed amp bonded Drivers flir rules to. 8-9100 prompt dependable courteous my Ai close As your phone m Unity to express himself and display scientific works. The display will include weather predicting devices lungs of animals an Anatomy of the Bumble Bee exhibits on mathematics and physical Etc according to the principal h. J. Schiff. Students have been making preparations for the fair since the beginning of the fall term. Winning displays will be entered As Competition in District sixteen science fair slated for Early Spring. Co sponsors of the fair Are mrs. Clarissa Little adjustment teacher and mrs. Loretta Sampson science teacher furniture tops mirrors Aniio a lass Chatham Glass and Mirror company 8152 cottage Grove Avenue Hudson 38234 when in need of a Home improvement loan for repairs remodelling or redecorating we will be pleased to have you Call and see us rent a safety Deposit Box in Drexel s new modern vaults and protect your valuables against fire and burglary for a few conts a Day. Drexel National Bank Lake Meadows shopping Plaza Zombor Federal Deposit Insu Ronco corp. 3401 s. Parkway Ca 5-3244 said of the Campaign Quot the real need of a Council service office cannot be stressed too vigorously. In order to preserve the Beauty and Well being of our Community we must have competent persons to handle the Many varied problems special meeting set the drive labelled a operation Chatham Council office a will be launched officially at a special meeting of the Board of directors on monday Jan. 30, in Crerar memorial Church 8100 s. Calumet ave. The meeting will be opened to anyone who would care to attend. All phases of the operation will be discussed by Community leaders and interested participants. During the six week drive weekly reports of its Progress will be Given. These Quot report nights will also be opened to Chatham citizens. A big prize Quot raffle the main feature of a operation Chatham Council office Quot will be the a big prize Quot raffle. Raffle tickets will go on Sale within the next ten Days and sales will continue for the duration of in the final week of a Doc co a massive drawing will be held to determine the Winner of the a big women to hold bake Sale Chatham women will take an important part in the fund raising drive. Home baked pastries will be sold by the ladies at one or More of the Progress a report the grand finale will be the a big opening Quot of the proposed office. The ceremonies set for april 15th, will include local dignitaries and All those who will have contributed to the staffing and equipping of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council offices. Fair �?~kick-0�p meet set group makes Progress new officers were elected at the january meeting of the Hal sted Morgan Community association last Friday night in Christ methodist Church 6401 s. Sangamon St. The officers elected for 61 and 62 were Henry p. Wilson 6508 s. Sangamon St., president James Batts 6415 s. Green St., vice president Emma Green. 6434 a Peoria St recording Secretary Willie Eldridge 6418 s. Peoria St., Secretary Hilliard Boone. 6631 s. Sangamon St., treasurer and mrs. Janice Lut Rell 6432 s. Sangamon St., business manager. A Complete Progress report of 1960 accomplishments of the association was Given by Wilson area improvements noted for Mue Atim adv by committee of fwd Etca a j purpose of the meeting is to 1 new Street hights installed announce plans for the 1961 throughout area. 2 Trees in area trimmed regularly. The student science fair conducted annually by Chicago Tib lie schools science and mathematics teachers will get underway at a special a kick off meeting. The meeting will be held at 7 30 . Tuesday Jan. 24 in the Gold room of the Congress hotel vice Admiral William f. Rahorn jr., a father of the Navy a Polaris missile Quot program will be the principal speaker. More than 400 High school and ducted by the Chicago Selene and mathematics teachers association under the Board of education auspices in cooperation with the museum. It is sponsored by a group of Chicago business leaders who annual i v raise funds to make it possible a the widespread recognition of the annual student science fair is evidence of the increasing interest of our Young students and their participation in the local District and final fairs. More and More our Young Nini stators principals science people Are aware of the import and mathematics teachers and Tance of science in this space student leaders Are expected to race age Jenks said. Quot this attend the meeting. Wider interest is being Given in co chairmen of the meeting Cour gement and tangible sup will be or. Beniamin Willis port by the increasing number general superintendent o f of outstanding Chicago business schools and Frank w. Jenks chairman of the fairs business Nick Gap Van Bitner of Llie wonder foods Mart 1200 r. 61 St St., inspects 21-Inch, toy Latch Vith 3 year old Pierre Poindexter 6211 s. Santa inon St. The cuddly lambs will he Given away each Meek until the end of the easter season to the winners of weekly drawings of free tickets. Tickets for the contest May be obtained upon request from the food Mart without Cost. Fair the final Competition of which is scheduled for the week april 13-16 in the museum of sewers cleaned and go once Anco of Justry according to Willis and Jenks. Student mass meetings drained 4 All Street drains in the area cleaned and repaired. 5 area streets repaved. 6 improved garbage collection service. 7 no peddling signs installed. 8 consistent communication with the Community conservation Board relating to Urban renewal plans. Immediately following the breakfast meeting special student mass meetings will be held in All schools throughout Chicago. In the High schools representatives of business and Industry will speak encouraging students to take an Active interest in science and ready their spotlight on Chatham a to sponsors theater party the Cornell a to is sponsoring a theater party saturday Jan. 21, in the Rhodes theater 538 e. 79th St. According to mrs. Matthew Howard 7702 s. Evans ave. Chairman of the ways and Means committee the party will begin at 9 30 . Admission will be 25c for children and 60c for adults. Mrs. Curry Ross 7646 s. Evans Aveis president of the Cornell a to. By Marcia Vespa John j. Thomas or. Re elected sub area in on tuesday Jan. 10, re elected John j. Thomas jr., 7931 s. Calumet ave., chairman for the third time. The nominating committees slate of four officers All of whom had held office during the previous year were reelected. Arthur Turnbull 8036 s. Michigan ave., vice chairman mrs. Riley Beason 8009 s. Calumet ave., Secretary and Elmer Mclain 8222 s. Calumet ave., Board representative completed the winning slate. The election in sub area in was the first in the series of six sub area election meetings decreed by the Chatham Avalon Park Community committee Constitution adopted in May of last year. According to Richard k. Cooper 8245 s. Indiana ave., Capac vice president and chairman of the Constitution committee sub area officers not elected or returned to office during the constitutionally Correct month of january will not be seated at the Board of directors meeting in february. The Bear real estate company a project was also discussed at the meeting. It was the general consensus of most of those present that the two Story 15-apartment building exhibited a refreshingly interesting ser vation committee was formed to study the second Urban renewal project for Englewood. The project will cover the area extending from w. 59th St. On the North to w. 67th St. On the chairman William w. Turn on South and from Morgan St. On 8622 s. Rhodes ave., vice chair the West to the Wabash . Man mrs. Lynn White 8645 s. Tracks on the East. Rhodes ave., Secretary and or. The purpose of the commit Martin Hanke 8424 s. Rhodes tee is to study and work with ave., representative to the the Community conservation Board of directors. Board in drafting renewal plans or. Hanke. Present chairman Jfe a the area of sub area i has served with the Halsted Morgan comm distinction both As sub area a to association one of the larg chairman and As member of or organizations in the area will numerous hard working com Ca a meeting of All leaders in mittens. The project area to further the sub area Iii will meet in thekornrj1un s Active Particia House of Branch 7924 South tl02i.n ban renewal plans. Park wednesday Jan. 25, at ,j11��110? wih 8 00 . William Richie 8214 announce a or Date. S. Eberhart ave., is chairman of sub area Iii. It. Entries in the science exhibit a _ 1 Assoc a contest the most important Fea Ture of the fair. Tion s first for this year a con explains year s benefits figures sub area i slate set Carlos Stepto 7818 s. Prairie More than 7.000 individuals ave. Chairman of the nominal Maje application for social preliminary contests will be staged among elementary and High school students in the City a Public schools during january and february. Following these each of the City a 20 school districts will conduct Climint nation contests during late february and March. The winners of these District competitions will be the contestants for the major prizes at the finals at the museum. Attracts 50.000 last years science fair attracted More than 50.000 visitors to the museum of science and Industry. The fair is con men who Are giving their time and Energy by serving on the business education advisory committee and on the other committees. In addition an increasing number of Chicago business firms Are helping to stimulate the interest of our students in science by their financial contributions to the an Nual science Young scientists prepare the Young scientists now preparing their exhibits at Horny and in their local classrooms and laboratories for the preliminary Competition Range from grammar school sixth graders to High school seniors. Judging of High school student exhibits Jilji be done in the following categories mathematics biology chemistry physics electronics and general science. Home burglar alarm system custom installed unit $50oo i 6.4272 after 4 . �?�246 Cotton or to 46777 Amber bakery fancy decorated cakes amp Pound cakes 720 e. 87th St. A 4-26s7 ing committee sub area i announced that a slate of candidates has been drawn up at a meeting of the nominating committee last week. Other members of Steptoe a committee Are mrs. Andrew Patterson 7524 s. Michigan ave. Clarence Cook 7839 s. Wabash ave Isiah cabiness 7741 s. Prairie ave., and Washington Burney 7714 s. Wabash ave. Or. George Reed 7743 s. Calumet ave., announced that sub area i will hold the election meeting Friday Jan. 27, at 8 00 . In the greater institutional ame Church 7800 s. Indiana ave. At that time the nominating a committee will present its slate the building is to be erected to the members. Nominations churches attention the bulletin your local Community newspaper is going to publish each thursday a Church guide for the people of our Community. Each month new families move into our area and the first thing that Many of them seek out is their place of worship. This Church directory will begin with our Issue of thursday february 2nd. This listing will include All the pertinent information about your Church. We also expect to have editorial comment each week about the coming sunday services Sermon and activities of your Church. You May either Call me at Stewart 3-1040 or Stop in at our bulletin office at 439 East 71st Street and we can discuss your participation in this directory. Miss Anderson on the Southeast Corner of e 81st St. And South Park. Thomas stated that sub area in will not fight the proposal for a zoning variation necessary to construct the building. A Paterson to head sub area ii will also be accepted from the floor. Don Morse Speaks Don Morse pastor of Chatham Village presbyterian Church 741 e. 84th guest speaker at the january meeting of the Board of directors Capac gave Quentin Paterson 7625 s. Ver a dynamic detailed history of non ave., a created or. Edgar the growing pains of the Chat Atherley 7744 s. St. Lawrence ave., in a close contest winning on the second ballot. Ham Village Community organization. _ of Chatham Village has always or Atherley who will serve maintained a Loose affiliation on the Board of directors As area Yaj 0 co uncut a chairman of the health commit in recent months however a set of unique problems has isolated the Village from the Council in areas of Community concern. Rev. Morse a Young and forceful pastor of an inter racial Church was instrumental in shaping these specific concerns into a vigorous move for unit. ,100, promised his full cooperation to Paterson. Mrs. Marcia Vespa 7734 s. Vernon ave., was elected vice chairman mrs. Oiga Hayes 7628 s. St. Lawrence ave., was re elected Secretary and mrs. Johnson runner up in the election for Secretary was appointed to the pot of assistant Secretary by Paterson. In another tight contest Russell Buckner 7750 s. Vernon ave., Defeated Robert Watkins 17753 s. Eberhart ave., for the position of representative to the Board of directors. Paterson was sworn in by Capac president or. Welton i. Taylor 7621 s. Prairie ave. In his speech of acceptance Pater son promised vigorous Pursuit of his duties As chairman. Sub areas i and i to meet sub area i will meet Mon for it Jan 23 t0 dec new of holds the title for this week. The nominating committee proposed the following slate or Irving a Sim a. 557 k 8fith St Security benefits at his office in 1960, Marjan p. Staniec District manager of the 8800 s. Stony Island ave. Office said recently. Of there 2,700 represented claims of retired workers 300 were applications for re figuring payments after additional work 3,400 represented dependents and survivors claims and 700 were applications made in connection with the disability program. On a National basis the aver a age monthly payment to a re tired worker was $74.02 in 1960. Staniec commented. The disabled worker averaged $89.50 per month. Workers monthly1 payments ranged from $26.40 minimum payable to a woman at age 62, to a top of $120. T Staniec noted that nationally the average one time payment made at the time of a workers death was $211.37. This pay a ment also varies from $99 to $255, since it is based on the monthly payment for which the worker was eligible. J All types of payments use annual earnings As the computation basis Staniec explained. I new baby George and Kenya Perisee 8046 s. Champlain ave., announced the recent birth of a daughter. The baby Gerri Lynn weighed 6 pounds 2 ounces at birth. The infants proud grandmother is mrs. Molly Nickeil. 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 special discount Sale i thank you for allowing me to serve you and your friends Dur ing the past years. Right now we Are having the biggest tire Sale in our history. Let me urge you to take advantage of these special buys now Vogue tires plus All Standard brands. For the Best tire Deal and easy terms tailored to fit your personal budget9 come in or Call me at Ca 5-2060 Armour Carter Duke s Salon Coiffe or Speciall Zunft in tinting a cutting styling 213 k. 71 to St. St we it 3-i932 Vogue rubber co. 193s s. Indiana ave. A Chicago 1 neighbor of the week the bulletin is again proud of our Many friends and readers or selecting an outstanding person and Leader of the Community As our neighbor of the week or. Henry Watson of 8248 s. Maryland ave. Save Money on any 1961 car ask for Howard with Max Moss automobiles 25 years a Call i 2-1027 or. Watson lives at this address with his Lovely wife Carol and his 8 year old son Henry Watson or. He is e in b e r of the 8200 s. Maryland Block club Delta Kappa Sigma alumni of rho i Phi Frater nity a member of the Dixon elementary school a to and formerly a member of the special school education committee a group trying to abolish the for candidates for neighbor of the week please write to or. Bernard Hayes at 439 or. Henry Watson two shift system of the Public schools. Or. Watson is a registered pharmacist and a member of the american pharmaceutical association and the Chicago National retail druggist association. He studied at Wilson or. College and received his . Degree from the University of Illinois. In High school or. Watson was Captain of the baseball and basketball teams for 3 years. The bulletin is extremely proud to present or. Henry Watson As our a neighbor of the East 71st Street. For information concerning advertising Call or. Hayes at St 31040

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