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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 8, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Zapfe 6the bulletin thursday july 8, 1965 Chatham fogging program urged in an Effort to put an end to the recurring problem of summer time Mosquito control the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council is presently urging every Chatham resident to make insect elimination a reality in the area. The Capac initiated its 1965 Mosquito fogging program last Friday and saturday nights with extensive fogging of the entire Chatham area. Fogging equipment of the Clark control co. Sprayed a Mosquito and Mosquito larvae Kinning vapor along streets and alleyways the Community. The operation was the councils first step this year toward curtailing the annoying insect problem. The Mosquito fogging program is entirely paid for by the Capac from its general operating funds and contributions from residents of the Community. Contrary to the belief held by Many Chatham is not included in any government Mosquito control program said atty. Herbert Fisher newly elected presi Send Fok free dells tour information below Dent of the Council. A Chatham property owners do not pay any taxes for Mosquito control a continued Fisher. A without the efforts of the Capac to provide control programs the whole area once Prairie and Marshland before its development would be grossly affected by the yearly Mosquito Fisher further pointed out that individual forgings Cost the Council Between $275.00 and $325.00. A last year the collections from residents for Mosquito fogging did not meet the expenses of the Fisher also expressed his con Community. After calculating the seasons weather trends and wind directions the Clark co. Reports to the Council when an excessive immigration of mosquitoes is to be expected. The availability of funds for fogging purposes controls the Cape cd a ability to order fog rings As these reports Are received. Milton Lamb. 8241 Vernon Capac executive vice president commented a it is unfortunate that every family in Chatham does not make it a yearly Promise to themselves to contribute $1.00 to the Council fogging program. It is doubly unfortunate in that the contribution would Holiday in the family fun land Wisconsin dells Lake Delton 2-3-7 Day Tours Ria the Milwaukee Road for a week or a weekend of fun ride the super dome Hiawatha log a dells take your Choice of the finest resorts in the dells Chula. Vista. Crandall motor inn River inn each offering gracious hospitality Good food end every Comfort. During your visit you la wont to cruise the enchanted dells in luxurious liners. Visit three Scenic Quot ports of Cah Quot and Rocky islands. Tours Only s25.10 and up popular one Day by level excursions also available on june 13, july 4, aug. I aug. 29 and sept. 26. For reservations see your local Milwaukee Road or travel Agency phone Central 6-7600 Extension 572 a a Send for free color brochures t please Check below i a 2-3-7 Day package Tours i to 1-Day Brevet tour a boat trips j a dells boat co., inc., dept. S2c, a Wisconsin dells Wisconsin 53965 a a i a name .1 a i a address .zip.1 a i a City state. For. A Cern for the continuing Low level add immeasurably to their sum of fogging contributions re Mer Comfort Cei Ved by the Capac so far a with the cooperation of eve this year. Ery Chatham citizen a Lamb a an effective fogging program said a the Capac could begin cannot go on without the funds a weekly program of Mosquito to pay for it. The Capac had fogging in the Community and hoped to Institute a program that would rid the area of mosquitoes with the current program a Fisher said. Fisher concluded saying that contributions to the fogging fund is a minimum of $1.00 per family. Together with a $1.00 Capac membership dues con make the Mosquito virtually non existent in Lamb ended by saying that under the present circumstances the Council can Only order forgings that minimize the problem of mosquitoes but do not eliminate it. A Many residents now get tribute on can be mailed to or the benefits of the fogging paid dropped off at the Capac office for by others. If they would 7923 South Park. The Clark Mosquito control co., under a contract with the Council makes periodic surveys of the known Mosquito Breeding area in and around the Chatham Only realize the vast improvement that would come about through a really thorough program in a sure that there would be no problem of Lack of funds for the set plans for August 28 66back to school99 Parade to focus attention on the an affair that will make us All importance of area youths stay feel proud of living in Engle ing in school the Englewood Wood a Pittman said. Community organization will sponsor for the fourth consecutive year its annual a Aback to school Willie l. Pittman 6530 Green chairman of the eco a youth and recreation committee said the Parade will give every Englewood resident an Opportunity to have a Day of fun and also show their concern for the Community and its youth. A fall the institutions agencies and organizations As Well As the residents will get a Chance to he anticipates an even better show of participants than Ever before and invites All Block clubs Church groups baseball teams drum and Bugle corps band groups american legion posts rots marching associations majorettes and anyone interested in taking part in the Parade to Contact him at the eco office 733 w. 64th St., or Call to 3-7474. Last year the Parade contained 14 floats and three bands take part in what is sure to be in addition to Over 200 marching participants. The groups this year according to Pittman need not be from the Englewood area. Pittman Hopes that other communities will join with Englewood to make this years Parade the Best yet. Prizes will be Given for the Best group performances. There will also be prizes for individuals who take part in the Parade festivities. For the Best in photography Call bulletin photographer Ernest Strickland at St 3-1040 i or 3-9317 return of play the Conrad rive is in i Lton Lamb stage piece a to make a poet Black a will return to Roberts Penthouse 6626 South Park for two evening performances sunday july 16. Members of the East shown her Are Milton Lamb standing Hack 8241 Vernon seated Al left Val Cray sunlit Moor hotel 6646 Stony Island at right is Conrad Kent Rivers 8243 Ingleside nationally known poet and Down Center is folksinger Walter Mcconner 610 e. 88th St. Police to enforce water Laws supt. O. W. Wilson warned Chicago citizens that the police department would enforce the Law on open fire hydrants in the interest of Public health and safety. Open fire hydrants present several hazards supt. Wilson said. Children playing in the Street under an open hydrant can be struck and injured by motorists who cannot see them. Open hydrants can also cause a Low water pressure which is dangerous in Case of fire when High pressure is needed to fight the Blaze. The Law Calls for a Fine of $25.00 to $200.00 or to Days in the county jail or both. If arrested for a second time for the same offence the Fine is $50.00 to $200.00, or a sentence of up to 30 Days in jail or both. Wilson also reminded chicagoan that the municipal code restricts sprinkling lawns to the following hours 5 . . 2 . To 4 . 8 30 . To 10 30 . Sprinkling at All other times is prohibited except by special permission of the commissioner of water and sewers. To 7 and red Cross issues eight Friendly boating tips asks 25,000 for negligence Lead based paint led to a $25,000 suit in which mrs. Beulah Duffie alleged that her 17 cheap paint with a too High Lead Content. She said her daughter ate the badly peeling Lead paint on july month old daughter was caused 27, 1963, and was consequently sickness and hospitalization of sickened and hospitalized Ter eating the peeling paint from a rear porch at 6911 Princeton. Defendant in the suit is the guaranty Trust and savings Bank. Mrs. Duffie charged the Bank was negligent in using a the staff of the Park Manor lounge amp Steak House 7109 s. Park appreciates your patronage and deems if a pleasure to serve you. Specializing in steaks chickens and Home cooked meals the Park Manor lounge 7109 s. Park a 3-9681 e. Washington prop. Radcliffe 3-4463�?1114 delivery service in Insl and Barb Cue House Rhodes Bell. Manager Inez Collins hostess Earl Collins or. Prop. 7404 cottage Grove ave., Chicago Illinois seven new policemen from area seven area men were graduated last week from the Chicago police Academy upon completion of a 13-week training period. New police officers Are Travis Armstead 8152 Ellis Homer Palmer 8111 Peoria Earl Nevels 7133 Champlain and Anderson Yancey jr., 6132 Bishop. Included in the police department training program was instruction in Law department orders rules and regulations judo firearms first Aid human relations and related police subjects. Eight Friendly tips for remaining alive after a weekend on the water were offered to resident of the area who Are Small boat owners by the mid America chapter of the american red Cross on the eve of National Safe boating week beginning sunday. Eulan Kortge Volunteer chairman of the chapters Small Craft and water safety services offered these fourth of july safety suggestions to operators of All Small boats and canoes and their passengers 1. Be sure that weak or no swimmers Wear life jackets. More than 300 area pools Are conducting free red Cross swimming instruction 2. Whether your boat is powered by sail outboard or inboard motor equip it with such safety equipment As a life jacket for every passenger Anchor oars boat Hook extra line fire extinguisher tool kit and first Aid kit. Running lights Are a a a must for operation at night. 3. Done to overload. Keep passengers Down to a Safe number. 4. Don t overpower the boat. Your dealer can Tell you the Safe size of motor for it. 5. Check . Weather Bureau forecasts before taking boat on open water. If you re going far take a transistor radio along to keep you posted on the weather. 6. Don t smoke while refuelling. 7. If you re caught in a severe storm it would be advisable for everyone to Wear life jackets. 8. Stay with your boat if it capsizes. It will usually float even though filled with water. Exceptions Are if the boat is in heavy surf or dangerously near a Waterfall or dam or if the water is very cold. Then Wear life jackets before attempting to swim. The red Cross is one of 17 National organizations represented on the committee that sponsors National Safe boating week. Quot Hyland starting Friday for persons 17 years old and Over a a i ii my baby is Black plus Quot the molesters pest control termites begin swarming late in March. Entomologists recommend that when the infestation has been identified As termites two or three of your local professional pest control operators be contacted. Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes for starting Friday july 9th 7 big i Days Iii ii i Hercules against a the Moon starring Steve Reeves also Black torment doors open 5 . Weekdays. Sat. And Sun. 1 30 . St 3-8995 79th amp Rhodes for lots of fun you Are invited to visit Pink Panther lounge at 7958 s. Halsted Street now under new management everyone Welcome air conditioned for your Comfort Noah Terry prop. Kim theatre 6219 s. Halsted St. Doors open la . Friday thru monday Gregory Peck in ii Mirage Quot Sidney Portier in Quot lillies in the Field Quot plus a third Surprise feature most popular bartender and hostess contest rules and regulations contestants Are selected or chosen from lounges and restaurants advertised weekly in this entertainment Section. Hostess and bartender polling the largest number of votes taken from the Bottom of this ballot beginning june 3rd and ending August 26th at Midnight. Voters can poll by filling out the ballot below and passing it to your favorite candidate mailing or bringing directly to the bulletin office 639 East 71st Street. Ballots will be calculated and a Progress report published each month. They Are off Start supporting your favorite today and each week ahead. Candidates Rocky Rolstone canopy lounge Blossom Nicholas Thelmo Washington s lounge James Lewis Earl s cocktail lounge Ishu the living room Randy Al Smith s outfielder s lounge Tippin Mary Park Manor lounge Barbara Steele lamp m lounge Juanita Gilmore club Malibu Barbara Dean Harvey Collins Cut Rote liquor and Barbecue Barbar Eggleston Gold room Bob Foster Pink Panther additional candidates next week i vote for name. Lounge. Each Coupon Good for to votes he 7-9631 he 7-9845 club vat Atibur 856 w. 63rd St. In the heart of Englewood a to serve you a Sarah a Juanita a Ramona and Jimmy Billy Taylor prop. Ray Burgo mgr. Also relax in the unique atmosphere of the Black Orchid 443 it. 59th Street you la have fun galore business 487-3112 Booth 723-8797 visit one of the better places the new l and m lounge 606 e. 75th St. Package goods Luther amp Mayme Cleveland props. For the Best in entertainment Richards Barb que Best ribs a Chicken and sea food in town at reasonable prices no 7-9706 421 e. 61st Street / meet your friends i Lochard a l__u90ors i Alt to a in Wicks 35c i package goods i amp cold Beer i Phons 288-9362 i 233 e. 61st Street / the new club Lisa formerly club delis of a 5523 s. State St. A now open with the big. St Johnson revue starring. Of Mckinley Mitchell a the Lisar ettes. A moderate prices a congenial atmosphere a re seven nights a week 8 00 . A til 4 00 . M the new club Lisa 5523 s. State St. Visit your favorite tavern tonight Richards lounge and Barbecue canopy lounge amp Barbecue the Black Orchid club Malibu lounge Glass House lounge the Gold room Park Manor lounge Al Smith s outfielders lounge Pink Panther lounge Early a cocktail lounge Cleveland s l amp m lounge club islander the living room lounge vote for your favorite bartender or hostess at the above listed lounges you will always be assured of fun in a wholesome atmosphere at Thelma Washington a lounge 7300 cottage Grove list of prizes to be awarded the winning bartender and hostess in the current bulletin popularity contest. Closing August 27, 1965. Bartender tailor made sports jacket by Crown tailors 211 East 47th Street a pair of the Best Quality Slacks by Pickwick Ltd. 7104 s. Jeffery 3 Days All expense stay for two of Roby s resort amp country club Furness Ville Indiana set of cuff links valued at $15 from Paul Davey s the jeweler 8256 cottage Grove hostesses 4 pc. Set of Luggage from Robert s jewellers and Home furnishings 6317 cottage Grove Aye. Certificate for $25 shopping of and by Mayson s Fine women apparel store 871 East 63rd Street $25 Choice ladies hat by mrs. Johnson s Auburn hat shop 816 w. 79th Street full line of ladies hats for All occasions a Beautiful Gold ankle locket by Paul Davey s jewellers 82s6 cottage Grove ave

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