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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 4, 1964, Chicago, Illinois To trn Gus Savage Basie is beat is one time less for me by Gus Savage come charter members of the Quot culturally deprived gathered at Al sics Rianon last weekend to snap their fingers Pat their feet and twist their Heads once again to the Rasie heat. And theve Uhruh we did snap Pat and twist until 2 . How else with Sonny Payne driving a Quot solid Bunch of stars. Seldom did count have to raise an Eyebrow or Altoise Marshall Roval tilt his head to detect an imperfection. Indeed we cast our grading memories and hungry souls upon that sea of swing and they were returned renewed and full. Yes there was the Veteran Freddie Green biting his lip and strumming steady As i remember him and Charley Fowlkes too enriching the Reed Section with his mellifluous baritone. And As if it were not enough that the trumpeter who replaced Chicago a flip Riccardo was just As Good flip himself appeared before the session ended set in awhile and took a Quick Solo for old times. Then there was the hot lipped modernist Don greater i think that a his name a and the two Franks flautist Wess and Tenor Man Foster and. You should have been there you should have been there to hear Frank Wess get away on Tenor with a shake rattle and vocalist Leon Thomas proved an adequate replacement for Joe Williams on this one. And you should have been there when count knowingly eyed the Middle aged crowd squeezed about the bandstand signalled the band and Al sides exploded with a jumping at the Woodside a surely the ghosts of Hershel Evan and a a Prezz approved the virtuosity of Frank Foster. Indeed great artistry seems eternal. Only its embodiment changes. Ask Jimmy Lynch of the urbanite or your grand master Henry fort if you Are a Mason or accountant Jim Black if you live on the Westside or Sammy Rayner if you Are a politically minded civil tighter or James Wagner of the Urban league a they were All there. And they All sighed when Basie gave the downbeat for a closing rendition of a one of clock one time less for counts 18-Man Crew to make this circuit i sighed. One time less for our grading memories and hungry souls to be renewed and full Ndu us Ruhr one time less for me Chatham Avalon Chesterfield Englewood Park Manor Vernon Park West Chesterfield Chicago a leading Community weekly sixth year no. 33 week of june 4, 1964 to june 10, 1964 10c at Newsstands area residents head group to use former Bank building by Larry Garrett another racially integrated Bank is be info organized in Chatham. This Marks the second new Bank announced for the area within two weeks. The latest one will be located in the building at 7936 cottage Grove which housed the Chatham Bank of Chicago until its recent failure. The one announced last week plans to locate at 87th and cottage Grove. Henry p. Hervey 7712 Wabash release Parker t Eacher Parker High school teacher Alton b. Moman 1753 e. 73rd pi., was released last week with no charges placed against him. According to postal inspector w. J. Arp Moman was not form a 11 y arrested. But merely a a picked up by Chicago police for questioning in the $25,000 South Side postal robbery May 25. Most of the loot,$16,309 in Cash and about $9,000 in negotiable and non negotiable securities was recovered from the trunk of a car belonging to Moman. Moman called postal inspectors and told them of the stolen receipts. If you wonder what i am raving about a you must be under 35, a Jack a you must not remember Bacon s Casino and the Savoy the big bands and feet shuffling like the sound of rain. You must not remember Erskine Hawkins with Avery Parish Jimmie Mitchell and Paul Bascomb. You must not remember a Tuxedo Junction a a Bear Mash blues a a a Tippin in and a Don t cry you must not remember Duke with Johnny Hodges Ben Webster Sonny Greer and Ivy Anderson. You must not remember a warm Valley a a a Cottontail and a it done to mean a thing if you ainu to got that you must not even remember Billy Eck Stine a rendering of a somehow a a Jey it Jeuyl and a a Skylark a or the cats and the fiddle doing a a in a rather drink Muddy water a or Pha Terrell singing. But us Ruhr come to think of it if you arc under 35, i Geuss there is not much reason fur you to be remembering anything. And gee that Means i must be Over. Gee be Whiz How time flies flies How it robs and with each tick of the clock leaves one tick less. How it robs and. Well kid if you will accept my apologies i Promise not to get carried away again. Why should my past mean anything to you you shall have a past of your own soon enough Tuo soon. ,. For too soon does life a High noon pass. Too soon does a restlessness in the wind of reality chill dreams hot but a few hours ago nay minutes ago nay seconds. ,. Too soon does ones Shadow appear and too rapidly does it stretch even further to the East. Seems the Sun sets much More hurriedly than it rises and we All must follow our Sun even below the horizon. Appreciate this and i am sure you will find my apologies acceptable. You see kid the Basie band playing a one of clock jump Means to me what a keep on pushing a by the impressions will soon mean to Vullo too soon. I know because it seems like Chi y yesterday that a a father Hines drummer cried out a play on a til 1951�?��?and �?T51 seemed us far away. A a father hines0 who u that you ask Well they broadcaster from the uld grand Terrace at Oakwood and South Parkway us Ruhr but of yes i promised to cease raving about the past. I should because i remember How Boring i once found talk about King Oliver and the a Black Bottoms a police reportedly found a woman a Hatbox containing $15,-609 plus three revolvers in the trunk of the car parked in front of marxian a residence. According to police they were already on the Trail of the Money when Moman led officers to his Auto and told them he had been keeping the Hatbox for a Friend George Cameron. . Commissioner c. S. Bentley Pike placed $25,000 Bonds May 27, on the admitted robbers George Cameron 28, and ural Johnson 24, of Oklahoma City okla. Also arraigned was miss Theresa Eazell 22, 1121 e. Hyde Park blvd., in whose apartment $1,700 of the loot from the robbery was recovered. Miss Eazell is under $1,000 Bond. A hearing is scheduled for the Case june 6. Moman will be an important witness for the government. Capac plans meet on Law $30,000home will be shown to Public through weekend by Hurley Green the seed of kindness planted a year ago nurtured in the Sunshine of giving and watered by generosity will Bear fruit this weekend when the Harris quadruplets move into their spacious seven room Home at 621 w. Marquette re. The Home valued at $30,000 will be open to the Public this weekend saturday and sunday from 2 to 5 . Leslie Bland 415 e. 79th st., building fund chairman announced that the Home is completed and the Harris family will take Possession As of noon Friday. Originally planned As a Christmas gift to the quads the Home now becomes a birthday present. The four bedroom Home was built through the efforts and donations of hundreds of area residents. The drive for funds began last summer when 17th Ward Aid. Charles Chew or. Headed a committee of prominent persons interested in providing a Home and future Security for the quads born june 30, 1963. A Gigantic Benefit show held at Mccormick place Early in december provided the bulk of the Money for the Homes construction. The show headed by p Riff Civ if these pictures depict highlights of the Progress and the conclusion of a heart a v on Ltd full Miro a f it Rinilli Tkv o a it a Rrt ii find ill#1 of pal Allf 111 11 Fla Chatham residents with complaints regarding Law enforcement Are invited to join representatives of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council to discuss the matter with commander Edward e. Egan of the 5th police District. Interested parties will gather at the Headquarters of the Council at 7923 South Park at 10 ., saturday. After a Brief orientation the group will journey to the Kensington station at 200 e. 115th st. Nathaniel Willis 7748 Calumet chairman of the Capac Law and order committee will Lead the group. Problems to be discussed Are 1 automobiles speeding on residential streets 2 Roudy juvenile gangs 3 disorderly conduct in and around liquor establishments 4 removal of abandoned automobiles and 5 other problems of personal safety. To right aldermen Robert h. Miller 6thralph Metcalfe 3rdjearles Chew hand builder Leslie Tiland owner of the Central realty co., 41. E. 79th st. Left 17th count funds following a a a Gamble that has finally paid off for the Harris quads. It was a Gigantic Benefit show held at Mccormick place Early in december of last year. The show which was headed by comedian Dick Gregory raised some $6,000 toward the construction of the Home. In the Bottom photo the seven Robin $30,000 Home Speaks for itself. Comedian Dick Gregory raised some $6,000. Other artists on the Bill included the Shirley Hall s Vash Mettes vocalist Joanne Henderson the Eugene Scott choral ensemble and a 200-voice choir from the new Friendship Baptist Church 848 w. 71st st. Chews committee formed Early in october in addition to Bland included mrs. Emmett j. Marshall 922 w. 70th st., administrative assistant presbyterian st. Luke a Hospital Secretary Joseph Thomas 901 w. 63rd st., manager Golden state Mutual treasurer and George Jones vice president Joe Louis milk company entertainment chairman. Other members of the committee were Charles and Eugene Marble and Roscoe Mitchell tax consultants mrs. Rosie Simpson 428 w. 72nd st., president of the 71st and Stewart committee or. Lewis Baskin 6908 Halsted and bulletin editor Gus Savage. Bland of the Central realty company at the 79th Street address built the single family dwelling which includes a Nursery at Cost. Mrs. Delores Harris Mother of the four identical daughters when informed of the houses completion told a bulletin reporter a a in a extremely Happy and i want to take this Opportunity to thank Aid. Charles Chew s. B. Fuller Leslie Bland and All of the other wonder Ful people who worked with them. I want to thank the people of Chicago for making this Home possible for my children and the Young Mother exclaimed 4�?~the House itself is Beautiful it is Ideal for a family the size of in addition to the four girls Sheena Shawna Sherry and Shannon mrs. Harris has a son Shawn 2. Aid. Chew who spearheaded the drive for the Home building fund said a after a lot of hard work this project is completed. It was completed with the help of All the citizens of Chicago. A i want to pay special tribute to my former Secretary mrs. Gertrude Jones who worked alongside me night and Day to make this a reality. A this proves that Chicago can take care of its own. Elected officials have More responsibility than their elected duties and this project is an example of an Alderman s civic duties. This was a duty i was Happy to chairman of the organizing committee of the latest planned Bank said it will be called the Independence Bank. Official permit to organize according to Hervey has been granted his group by the Illinois department of financial institutions Hervey said that the Avail ability of the former Chatham Bank building made it possible for the new Bank to open for business Ai soon As its organization is completed. The building is presently equipped with Teller counters vault facilities and drive up windows. Independence is scheduled for opening on september 1, with approximately 14 employees. Hervey says the committee experts to be doing $10 million Worth of business within three years. Initial capitalization will be $1 million. The organizing committee has subscribed for approximately one third of this total Hervey stated and the balance of 50,000 shares of Stock will be offered to businessmen and residents of the Chatham area at $20 per share. The chairman emphasized a this will be a Community Bank with the broadest possible Public Hervey who has been in banking for approximately 13 years is now vice president of service Federal savings and loan. Other members of the ventures organizing committee Are Edward o. Boshell jr., assistant to the president Susquehanna corp. Alvin j. Boutte 8542 Michigan president Park Manor pharmacy Marshall f. Bynum president and Charles s. Jackson funeral Home 7350 cottage Grove. Also Henry g. Fort 959 e. 62nd st., president fort associates George e. Johnson president Johnson products co. John w. Kunstadter president. Form fit co. And Morris g. Polk director Polk Brothers inc. Both proposed Banks Are reportedly organizing with the same initial capitalization. However the one announced earlier to be called Seaway is to be a National Bank while Independence is to get a state charter. Atty. Julian b. Wilkins correspondent for Seaway pointed out that his group does not expect to be affected by the organization of the Independence a when we surveyed the area we were aware that the other group had filed for organization Quot he explained. A we took in consideration that there might be another Bank in the same area. This does not affect our final judgements in the need for Bank. Ing facilities at 87th and cottage.1 99 Hervey said his associates with the help of the Harris Sav continued on Page 7 renewal meet changed to Southtown a a a Tanner school parents plan protest charging unfair disciplinary practices at the Tanner elementary school 7350 Evans a group of Park Manor parents Are organizing to seek redress of grievances against Tanner principal Robert a. Murphy. The group headed by mrs Orlando d. Cole jr., 7518 Eber Hart and mrs. Ingram Faulkner 7539 st. Lawrence met in the offices of 6th Ward Republican committeeman Arthur j. Wilson 217 e. 71st st., tuesday night mrs. Cole spokesman for the fifteen parents told a bulletin reporter Quot we Are forming this trying to Home 9 see Story on Page 9 group in an Effort to protest against principal Murphy a treatment of students and mrs. Cole listed several grievances 1 repeated suspensions of students 2 inability to discuss problems with teachers without Murphy s presence 3 mass transfers to adjustment schools and 4 principal Murphy s general attitude. Mrs. Coleus son Darnell is Albo being kept out of the Tanner school following an incident in Murphy a office involving her husband Orlando and Murphy. Cole was Given a $10 Fine after he pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in the cae. He was initially charged with threatening the principals life. Interviewed in his office by a bulletin reporter Murphy denied the accusations of the group. In response to the charge of mass suspensions Murphy said a at the present time there is Only one child suspended from the Tanner As to the problem of communicating with teachers Murphy explained a any Parent is free to visit the school to discuss a child a Progress with his teacher. Prior continued on Page 2 the monthly meeting of the Englewood conservation Council will be held at the Southtown Myca 6545 Union june 9, at 7 30 . The meeting will be held in the South lounge. The meeting was originally scheduled to be held in the Englewood Urban renewal office but questions raised at a Public hearing on the Central Englewood plan May 26, at the Bethel lutheran Church 6200 Peoria indicated a growing Public concern hence a larger than usual attendance is expected. One of the neighbourhood groups the Green Street association has already expressed dissatisfaction regarding the councils past procedures the association picketed the May 26 Public hearing counter proposals to the Central Englewood plan Are expected to be submitted at next tuesdays meeting by local groups Best food buys this week each week the bulletin publishes the Best food buys at your local food store As advertised in your bulletin sliced baby Boot liver 29c la. A wonder foods Pago 3 hamburger or hot dog buns. Lac pkg. Of i a Vito a fag 4 Fink Salmon 59c in a Vum mtg Frolow Pago s kggs�?3 Doit 7 Conti. A Tabios farm products Paga x Frosli loan hamburger 3 lbs $1.0# a Toppo i Paga i

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