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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 21, 1971, Chicago, Illinois Harm in the 34th cold weather had no Adverse effect on 34th Ward voters and Well wishers As they jammed the newly opened Campaign and Aldermani offices of Ald. Wilson Frost last sunday afternoon. Heart Felt committeemen to and soul warming promises of future Ward Progress filled the festive airs. The new office located at 0906 daisies sparkled in its new Coats of paint and attention. In left photo atty and mis. Leon Meyer Chat with Alderman and mrs. Frost. In Middle photo the frosts bask in a sea of Victory wishes in right photo judg Laplante i. To precinct worker Ernest Gibson and Jim Driscoll former committeeman pay their respects to Frost. Chicago s progressive Community weekly All phones St 3-1040 for want ads. Advertising. News items belief in Progress record reflected in Campaign Englewood to per copy 40 per month delivered to your door 13th year thursday january 21, 1971 no. To off to Pacific several smiling drama students at Kennedy King College Are scheduled to visit Japan Okinawa Korea Guam Taiwan and the Phillip Ines to entertain members of the armed forces. A dozen students and three staff members not All picture while there will present Cole Porter s Quot out of this world and an original revue Quot Salt and Papper. Pictured Are seated Althea Tucker first Row from left Lois Ann Poag Linda Rapciak and Alberta Turner standing Margaret Wallet Joyce Wilson and Maureen Jones. By Hurley Green. Editor kor the second successive sunday 34th Ward voters braved the elements for Alderman committeeman Wilson Frost. On sunday. January 10th. More than 200 precinct workers and volunteers met for the first time under the new Banner of the newly formed 34th Ward regular democratic organization at the club Allegro. 11731 hoisted i ast sunday Jan 17th. More than i Miof the faithful put in appearances at the organizations newly opened Campaign and Aldermani offices at 10906 hoisted they came Early stayed late and most of All. Promised to deliver and deliver big. For their new Leader. Frost though running for the first time As 34th Ward Alderman is no stranger since much of the 34th was a part of the 21st. It was pointed out on Many Ocas Sions that the new Ward carved out of the 21s 19th and the 9th. Continues to bring together Many familiar faces and action As one writer phrased it a these Are people seasoned politically with dedication to the democratic party in that category were persons like judge Albert Plante Cora Magruder. Former 21st Ward committee woman Jim Driscoll former 21st Ward committeeman and a whole Host of devoted party workers. As part of its initial january loth meeting the organization elected mrs. Josephine Iniss 44th Ward committee woman. The vote was a standing unanimous decision. In an exclusive bulletin interview Frost said of the january 17th open House attendance. A this is truly an expression of Confidence in my record of opined the Alderman and now committeeman. Asked about the charge that he failed to support Warren Bacon s bid for Chicago school Board presidency by voting for mrs Catherine Rohter As the eleventh school Board member. Frost said Quot that a about the most asinine reasoning that i have heard in a Long he spat. Quot first of All. I voted for mrs Rohter based on my belief in her ability to carry out the duties of the he began Quot secondly no one had any ideas As to How mrs. Rohter would vote in reference to Warren. We Are indeed in a sad state when one is vilified because of a vote for a person who then votes for something we done to like Quot he continued. Quot As to my real support of Warrens Candida nov. I was one of the Black aldermen who offered my support in writing for his Campaign. In addition to that. Warren is my Stepsons god father and my support of him is already he concluded concerning is chances of winning the Aldermani spot. Frost said. Quot i believe the people in the 34th Ward Are More concerned with the problems of the Ward rather than vague philosophical approaches to the entire problem most of the people in this Ward Are hard working and they Are not very receptive to having a so called Independent demand their votes without a real he stated. A i believe that based on my record in City Hall and my proven commitment to Ward affairs will spell the difference in my Campaign Quot he concluded. One worker on Over hearing the Alderman a comments shouted. A we Are going to give Frost such a mandate this time that that Little double talking fellow will finally understand that politics is not his game either a a for a Job Well done. Mid South Council meet it the last Council meeting of mid South Model area office 835 e. 63, the bulletin Hows chairman mrs. Alfreda m. Duster inset addressing the Large group in attendance. Inducted on the meeting Agenda were reports Given by mrs. A. Mason executive assistant to Council Andrew Brown human development coordinator mrs. J. Grimshaw mrs. E. Smith and Robert Augustus. A National week at Washington Park y anyone visiting Washington Fary Myca 5000 Indiana during the week of january 22-31, will be greeted with a warm handshake and a hot cup of Coffee. Ifs the South Side my can a Way of observing National Myca week an expression of gratitude to those who use they a facilities from Day to Day. Three special events will highlight the weeks activities. There will be a family affair on sunday january 22, and sunday january 31, when emphasis will be on family activities with swimming being the main event. According to executive director Walter f. Worrill the y is always open on sunday afternoon for family swim the cafeteria will feature menus planned to accommodate and Appeal to All members of the family. A card party Bridge and whist is planned for wednesday january 27. Members who enjoy can playing and their guests Are invited to participate. Trophies will be awarded to the top players in each division. The party is being hosted by mrs. Rosemary Adams 7632 Stewart. She is Public relations committee Secretary and Myca week planning committee chairman. During the entire week punch and Coffee will be served by members of they a Public relations committee and a Booster. Refreshment hours Are 2 30-5 00 . On sundays 5 00-7 00 . Monday tuesday and thursday 5 00-9 00 . Wednesday 2 00-5 00 . Saturday. The weeks Observance is sponsored by they a Public relations committee chaired by Calvin f. Vismale Agency director for supreme life insurance co. Winners of the area 3 Junior citizens contest sponsored by the Chicago Park District and the Junior association of Commerce and Industry were Janet Mosley 17, 6601 Racine and Joseph Howard 17, 3770 Wentworth. Janet who represented Ogden Park is a senior at Parker High school. Howard who represented Wentworth gardens is a senior at Hales franciscan. Congratulating them on their selection Are from left Wentworth Garder supervisor Delbert Hall associate supt of Chicago Park District Claude Walton Ogden Park physical instructor Toi Denice Mccoy and area supervisor John Brooks. Janet and Joseph will receive an All expense paid trip to Washington d. Cd a and will now vie with the winners from nine other areas for the City wide Park District title. If they win they will each receive a $100.00 savings Bond and a summer Job As a Park District recreation Leader. Name Murdock to Post at United charities United charities of Chicago announced recently the appointment of Grady b. Murdock As associate executive director for administration of the Agency. Murdock has been director of personnel since March 1969. He came to United charities in 1959, when he was appointed director of the inner City office of United charities family service Bureau. As associate executive director for administration Murdock will supervise All the administrative services at the Agency one of the largest private social service organizations in Chicago. Murdock will direct the Overall supervision of the accounting business management office services personnel and statistics and research departments of United charities. Born in grand Junction. Tennessee and raised in Gary. Indiana Murdock 53, received his b. A. At Western Michigan University and continued his education at he University of Chicago school of social service administration. He received his masters degree in social work administration in 1950. Before coming to United charities Murdock served with the Lake county Indiana welfare department and its mental Hygiene clinic As a caseworker and supervisor. He also worked in the same capacities for the veterans administration mental Hygiene clinic in Chicago and was professional service supervisor for the family service division of the salvation army. Murdock is married to the former Willa Black of Little Rock Arkansas and has a son Grady jr., 22. The couple live at 8232 Wabash Avenue

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