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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 26, 1962, Chicago, Illinois F i two area residents get top positions continued from Page i Struc Tor at Hyde Park High school. The webbers Are the parents of a five year old son Lyman. Mrs. Webber is a member of the Good Shepherd congregational Church and is affiliated with various civic and Community organizations throughout Chicago. The new manager said that there would be few changes made in the District office. A i had the Opportunity of helping to make policy under the past manager so most of the present policy is she said. Mrs. Webber said that the office however still suffered some minor problems. A a we still have this problem of getting people to come in and claim benefits a she complained. A we Hope to overcome this by continuing a program of Public scrutchions is presently assistant principal of Englewood High school 6201 s. Stewart ave. He was born in Montezuma ga., the second youngest of eight children. He is the Only one to have gotten a College degree. He hold two and is studying for a third. Scrutchions was named to head the East Chicago school system at the regular Board meeting monday. He was selected from eight candidates five White men and three negroes. Noel c. Williams Board president said scrutchions was selected because of his excellent record As an educator. As assistant principal at Englewood the new superintendent received $9,100. In his new Job he will get $12,000. His contract runs to 1965. Scrutchions will be in charge of Illinois school District 169, which stretches from 203rd St. To 220th St. And from state St. To Stony Island ave. The District has two elementary schools Woodlawn and cottage Grove and will have another soon. Anthony Scariano democratic state representative from Park Forest and attorney for the East Chicago Heights Board said of scrutchions a the comes with High recommendations from both the county and state school superintendents. He will provide a great incentive for Many of his a scrutchions holds Bachelor and master of science degrees from Roosevelt and de Paul universities and currently is studying for a doctorate in education at the University of Chicago. He said a i think that this is a transitional period for negroes in Illinois and i feel that my appointment carries some weight in this transition. A when you consider the number of negroes who Are on Relief Rolls you realize that education is going to solve the problem quite a scrutchions father a labourer brought his family to Chicago in 1934. The father died in March 1960. His parents were married 57 years. He is a Bachelor and lives with his Mother and a Nephew. Scrutchions describes a teacher As a a Parent a big brother a Counselor and a Leader. Every teaching Day. Every Good teacher is going to be one or All of he was graduated from Gillespie elementary school in 1938, and from Fenger in 1942, second in a class of 521. At the time Fenger had a predominantly White enrolment. About too of the 2,000 students were negroes. Scrutchions joined the army in 1943 and served three years seeing action with the All negro 82nd division in Northern Italy in 1944. He served with the occupation forces in Italy and in 1945 attended the University of Florence. He is Active in youth work counselling 21 boys in the Washington Park y.m.c.a., and working in a movement called Brothers of America inc., which was organized in november to help City youths understand the responsibilities of citizenship. Scrutchions says of racial prejudice a i have never known my family to express prejudice against any race. I think if a person goes along and does a Good Job the problems of bigotry Are not As great As people make bulletin thursday by by 26, 1962 instruct m radio Relief Rolls to re Cut in Englewood we Becco continued from Page i about. 7 per cent while Public officials have estimated the rate in the Kenwood Englewood areas at anywhere from 15 to 20 per cent. Public housing projects for the crowded Englewood area to provide some 2,500 dwellings Are being planned for construction on Public assistance and in cooperation with the Chicago housing authority the Board of education and other agencies. Plans Are also underway for a baby Sitters to take care of Small children during the Day i so that mothers can hold Down paying jobs. Re Selling cart because. We have the selection mothers and fathers also will be questioned As to what jobs they previously held whether their skill can be revived for similar work what has been your education and Why did you lose your last Job. Programs then will be arranged for More education and More Job training so that those deemed worthy can again be come self supporting. Corvair Superior Chevrolet 943 s. Hoisted a 4-7200 want ads pay evander Madill right shows Frank c. Wade around on a Long wave radio. Evander is an instructor and communications officer of the civil air patrol which meets every thursday in Ogden Park fieldhouse 6500 s. Racine ave. Report shortage of nurses civil air patrol hosts open House in Ogden up. Broadcast negro College chorus in August or. Edward b. Akin administrator of the Illinois veterans commission announced a shortage of nurses exists at the West Side veterans administration Hospital in Chicago. 111. In recent visits to the Hospital and discussions with the staff it was stated that they Are of particularly interested fun for the entire family ride the Peppermint stick a Thuline 40-it. A a a serpentine hide a giant Snow balls a Candy Cane express a antique cars in a civil air patrol auxiliary of rested with the efforts of Many the United states air Force officers and cadets of the Wash "u1 August broadcasts Washington Park Squadron in ton Park Squadron guest a negro College choirs a the Quiring Young nurses who Are group 15, Illinois Wing held its officers from Foster Park Abc radio network weekly just finishing their training at annual open House on july 19 Squadron 1440 w. 84th St., and series will feature choruses of this 1im 1 of Phr in Ogden Park fieldhouse 6500 i he general Robert l. Woodfy re of the Southern colleges r -.jar. Santa s via amp a a Mott Mutual fun Park. Directions take nor4hw�t tollway to Highway 25 Dundon Elgin exit a Cor. Hwy. 25 a 72 urn Wery oat a 7%m 4 a new 43 m mum Matt i Itow Kmitt a arc m a All Tho of or fun end Wladar lot iffy it Tho world of a we tear a a last afr j a special Dysoh clubs churches. Call Karol i to por information on fund raising s. Racine ave. Introduction was made by the executive officer of the Washington Park Squadron it. Robert l. Eley 6427 s. May St. The highlights of the program Squadron 2950 w. 25th St. He United negro College fund displays were by line Wash recently in ton perk Squadron and the presenting the member rot. United states air Force Peloe it s of hot a and a a a program cruising service. Fi83> s. Stony originates in new York City and Island ave., m sgt. Ernest of. 15 beamed by the american was a Flag presentation by the Watson recruiting represents broadcasting company to its of 1 ciliated stations each week. A a a a. A the local Abc stations Reading. Material was donated throughout the country Broad by the following organizations he program on varying superintendent o. W. Wilson u and at different times Carire a Ninfi Vlcheck local newspaper listing George l. Giles american Post no. 87, 5745 s. State St. Curtis Stillwell of 5535 s. Lafayette ave., the americanism chairman of Giles Post made the introduction for the Post. Present it play it Safe a parents f Airt irn. To make the Flag presentation. Inf thu a d __�?~0r airtime. Was Post commander Jerome pm n. T v r the first broadcast 0f the Fisher of 5745 s. State St. I a i1, of r i month. Originating aug. 5. Will commander Fisher reminded prot of present the a conc to College the group that the colors he Wasj /. Choir. Greensboro. . Suc presenting was the Symbol 0facai a you of seeding broadcasts will show our country and what it meant a the i Case the choirs of St. Angus to be an american. He instructed them to hold it High in the Honor it so deserve. Accepting the colors in the name of the Washington Park Squadron was Squadron commander capt. Ralph White of 9327 s. Calumet ave. The Success of this program Board of health civil defense College it Raleigh. . Co Ramator. Or. Robert Brin auf 12. Virginia Union univer Worth a the fallout Shel Ter a a first Aid a out fall sity Richmond aug. 19. And Morris Brown College Atlanta aug. 26. To round out the affair mov a a negro College choirs is now ies refreshments and cookies in its 13th year of continuous were served by the Washington broadcasting Over the Abc Park Squadron. Radio network. Elect Lions officers a mouse in the House a a eat Gettig fat got a Roach Call coach guaranteed i year Protection in Vav Riti no against Roaches water bugs. Ants Silverfish. Spiders Etc. Rats and mice i m of i . N.1. I Quot h ii Wenj a in i Quot itt the dancer Tommy Sutton director of the Mayfair Academy of Fine arts 754 e. 76th St., along with his wife Amanda daughter Peggy sue to and Jacqueline 13, just returned to our fair City from a two week stay in new York City. The Suttons made their two week stay into a most unusual and thoroughly packed a vacation plus study schedule a profitable and pleasurable. Profitable Ness will be to the children enrolled or planning to enrol in the Academy through the Many new techniques he Learned while in new York. Tommy Sutton studied new dance techniques with the leading dance teachers of new York. Some of the teachers he studied with Are the . Team of Mata amp Hari june Taylor of the Jackie Gleason Fame Ernest Carlos tap specialist and Many others. The pleasurable Side of the vacation was spent with his family sight seeing in new York after his classes with the above named teachers. Sutton was the choreographer and cotillion master of the recently held Debutante cotillion. Of 1962, at the Palmer House Here in Chicago. 5 year written guarantee on All termite extermination work done to let termites eat up your equity Lawn and Garden control for crab grass weeds and outdoor insects you stay on premises while we work harmless to children pets and Birds permanent Pigeon control written guarantee j. P. Coach and company tangle 4-4679 a master exterminators a 6804 s. Hoisted Chatham Lions club installed its officers recently in Chiani restaurant. Assuming office for the coming year Are from left Milliard Robbins Ralph Woods Henry Fowles Dick Forkner w. Gregory Jones Herb Stein and Julius Ginsberg. The Chatham Lions club recently installed its 1962-63 officers in an installation ceremony at the Chiam restaurant 2251 s. Wentworth ave. The Chatham club became quite Well known in the Lions Circle because it is the most in thursday noon from september n a j r la through june at the Chatham Dio l�?�cir�w6ll Myca 1021 e. 83rd St. Zionism stresses help to the Blind As to the Reeds their key service project and i a a i a a ,. A a Farewell party was held re regularly contributes to the1 1 j Leader do school. H a d i e y gently in the Home of mrs Issac Teg rated club in zionism. The school for the Blind and carries a Ards Barbai for clubs membership is 50% negro on Many local projects and 50% caucasian. Installed As officers were president Dick Forkner Chath a water show at am Myca director vice presi i x cd d l Dent Phil Sportolari Sono Tonc a a i St of do cd cd of South Shore 2nd vice president Alan Johnson Monroe the Public is cordially invite wholesale co. 3rd vice president Millard Robbins insurance broker Secretary Henry Towles attorney treasurer w. Gregory Jones optometrist Tail twister Ralph Wood. Insurance broker lion Tamer Herb sap Stein pharmacist chaplain Bill Watkins minister of Crerar presbyterian Church. Installing the group was or. Julius Ginsberg. The Lions club meets every de to attend the second annual free Lake Meadows and 31st Street Beach water show which will be held at the Beach sunday july 29, at 2 ., according to co chairmen Alyce Holden and Ernest Cash. The program will consist of boat races water Ballet water skiing exhibitions diving clowns and acrobatic acts. Or. And mrs. George Reed who will be sailing soon on the . France for Switzerland. Or. Reed will be studying at the University of Berne. The party was Given by mrs. Betty j. King mrs. Jose Fields mrs. John Thomas jr., mrs. William Rhoden mrs. Andrew love and mrs. Issac Pollard. A on voyage was also Given for miss Carole Reed before she left with her parents. It was Given by Carolyn and Jackie Thomas 7931 s. Calumet ave. This Little group promised Carole that they would be waiting at the plane or boat when she returned. Santa Village opens because of popular demand a its recent $350,000 Campaign officials of Santa s Village have which brought several new rides j Xuy a. O j t i., and other attractions to amp the announced that saturday Park 21, the unique amusement Park the antique Carsi Grant Snow opened evenings for rides Only. Bau ride and express adult admission will be Good Trajn have bean the most for six rides and children s be r0 or coaster was fun. Admission will include four a v compete monday. July 23 rides. Santa s Village one of the an j Aiso has brought Many new most unique amusement places friends. In the Middle West has found its of course Santa himself still friends singing its Delight after reigns Over the 55 Aero ullage. Taxi Drivers. A wanted Day or night shifts full time or weekends excellent earnings apply Abernathy taxi ass n 4510 cottage Grove ave. Any Day 9 . To 4 30 Of 4-4600 Quot that a no hearing Aid. The Maestro is listening to the sox game on a Cal 1000 on your radio dial

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