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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 15, 1961, Chicago, Illinois A it air a if Ai. It it v fax seek teen editor for youth Page details column 1, 1tribute to a cop Job Well done by Faith Chariot a no greater love has no Man White never hesitated to fulfil than that he would Lay Down his i obligation to the profession life for i that he had chosen. Lavaughn v. White 35 years he was soon cited with two old had been a policeman for creditable mention for police Only three years before i Short work in saving Twenty people career As a husband father and Public servant abruptly ended in a Hail of gunfire on the night of May 27. Whites Brief career As a police officer was preceded by a tour of duty in the . Army which he joined after leaving grammar school. Soon after he had completed his required length of stay in the army White was married and with the coaching of his wife a graduate of Chicago teachers College and teacher at Einstein elementary school he was Able to finish both grammar school and High school. Now a devoted father of three children. White joined the police Force and became a dedicated officer. Bravery was Only his duty and from a burning building and arresting and successful prosecuting a Motorist who offered him a bribe. It is certain that White worthy of the uniform he wore and Loyal to the Law enforcing body he served would have won other awards in the line of duty. But Fate robbed Lavaughn White of his Chance for Ever again performing his duty to the Public when he intercepted a Holdup at the Poinciana inn. 121 e. 79th St., where he lived directly above. Four men Bent on robbery and armed were surprised by White who was walking his dog while off duty and noticed the commotion inside the lounge. One can Only imagine what thought raced through this sin Gle Many a mind a he rushed to the Aid of the owners with his revolver drawn. But it is certain that Lavaughn White although not in uniform War thinking Only of what he represented in or out of uniform. Singly he braved four Mei and singly he was shot Down while re loading his revolver during an Exchange of gunfire with the Holdup men. The family of four that Lavaughn White left behind Annette i wife Bonnie 17, i daughter Lavaughn jr., 13. And Chico 11, his sons will miss miss him. But their Olace in losing a husband and a father could prevail in their knowing that he died a a a hero so death. And in bestowing words of Praise for a courageous Young and dedicated Man interested Only in the welfare of his fellow men these Sage words seem a propos a Coward die Many Imes before their death the valiant taste of death but life Wai not too dear a Price to pay. Though those who loved him Grieve forever. Your Community newspaper scr it Chatham Avalon en6lkw00d Park Manor and Woodlawn volume s. No. M 10� at my Artandi Chicago ill., thursday june 1�, 101 thud to 439 e. 7ut so tit. Set wort 3-1046 25 c ran month delivered to your door each thursday Start teen editor Hunt for bulletin attention to All teen agers of the Community in response to numerous requests from Young people that a teen Page is desirable in their Community newspaper the bulletin i Spon a Oring a a teen editor contest in seeking a High school student to edit a weekly teen Page in the bulletin newspaper. Eligibility and rules for the contest Are As follows teens must live in Park Manor Chatham Avalon Englewood or Woodlawn areas and must be 14-18 years of age and in the lst-4th years of High school. An essay should be submitted on the subject a How a teen Page could Benefit youth in our i the essay should be no less than 150 words and no longer than 300 words and must be typewritten double spaced. Essays will be judged for originality clarity of ideas Brevity of thought neatness and grammatical correctness. Creativity of writing will be considered Only if it clearly states the writers ideas. The Winner will become the editor of the a size-1 Able Cash prize will also be awarded. I in the event there Atwo winners in that the essays contain similar thoughts and meet the other requirements of the judges the writers will be chosen co editors of the a teen Page and the Cash prize will be divided Between the two. Winner or winners will be announced in the bulletin Anc pictures will appear. The contest begins thursday june 15 and will end at noon wednesday july 26. All entries should be mailed to a teen a Ditoro contest bulletin 43i e. 71st St., Chicago 21, Illinois. Tent City Benefit the Chatham Park Manor Council to Aid Fayette county plans a gala a teachers vacation Hope to be held on the last Day of school june 23 from 11 . To 6 . In the 6th Ward democratic Hall 6542 s. Cottage Grove ave. Members of the Council include from left front miss Char Lene Thompson mrs. Gerdie Gonsoulin John Harris and Helen Beck. Rear Amos Moore James Forman and David Ray. Waca vote brings in new Power new Board members of the West Avalon Community association will elect officer in two weeks and it is considered Likely that Solon m. Ice 8223 s Drexel ave., will succeed Marshall c. Foreen 8357 a Drexel ave., As president. The shortest time Between you and extra Cash. Is a fast acting bulletin want Adi every Home has a storage a Pace which is a tacked with Don t need. Items which arc too Good to throw away. Man killed in Auto collision Emanuel Morton of 33 w. 59th St. Was killed in a two car collision Early last saturday morning when he was thrown to the pavement by the Impact. William Carter 6958 s. Peoria t.9 Driver of the death car escaped serious injury. The Accident occurred when another car driven by Horace Hill 5839 s. State rammed Carters car. Hill was not injured. Carter was charged with failure to produce a Drivers License City or state licenses and failure to yield the right of Way. Carter insisted that he Tad stopped for the Light. Hill was charged with reckless homicide driving too fast for conditions and being on the wrong Side of the Road. Soil those things for Quick court Date was set for july Cash by advertising them thrut24 by traffic officer Joseph me a Low Cost bulletin want Donough of Englewood station and its easy to place a want adjust Call St 3.1040 a for a Friendly and taker. Want aos St 1-1040 area Roth Cadet students honoured for achievements Post office the . Post office an just Call St 31040 and ask bounced a drive recently to remove billions of pieces of mail from Post offices during the Rush hour period after 5 ., and thus provide earlier deliveries. Area . Cadet students of Wendell Phillips High school 244 e. Pershing re. And Hirsch High school 7740 s. Ingleside ave. Were recently honoured for their achievements during the Spring semester. Among four students at Phillips winning Tribune Gold medals were capt. Charles Davis 615 s. Justine St., and sgt. 1st class Fredrick Penn 6033 s. Michigan ave. Capt. Rudolph White 8223 s. Vernon ave., of Hirsch High school was awarded the Tribune Gold medal. Tribune Silver medal winners were master sgt. Jay Thompson 8322 s. Michigan ave., and sgt. 1st class Byron Houzz 7716 s. Calumet ave. Master sgt. James Jensen 1505 e. 85th i. And sgt. James Harris 8312 South Park ave. Were singled out As Superior cadets. Cited for of cer and noncommissioned officer efficiency were 1st it. Andrew Topps 8250 s. St. Lawrence ave. And master sgt. Chris Coley 7408 s. Vernon ave. Sgt. William Holman 8135 s. Evans ave., was recognized for first year efficiency. Sgt. 1st class Carl Watts 7925 ices eight Man a slate for action a including himself received the associations popular vote monday night and now received the associations popular vote monday night and now outnumbers Foreen a endorsed panel by one number. There Are 15 chairs on the waca Board. The associations Constitution gives the Board the right to elect officers. A total of 117 votes were cast not 1 polio Case in City in 19611 continued cooperation of neighbourhood newspapers in Board of health projects was requested thursday by or. Samuel l. Andelman 10603 s. Seeley ave., Board commissioner. Or. Andelman credited publicity Given the effectiveness of the Salk vaccine with at least some of its outstanding Success in fighting polio. He said a Chicago is the Best inoculated City in the world against ing four amusement rides will be set up. A merry go round a Ferris wheel and two kiddies rides will please the Young and Young at heart. Home show tickets Are free and will be made available through the economist papers Carrier boys and advertisers. Remember the dates july 13-16, and watch this paper for announcements a s activities John Sloan elected president Eaton Priddy Post of the Amer one of which wag disqualified ican legion were it. Col. Thom because the a was not prop As keys 7701 s. Evans ave. Erly written in according to the sgt. 1st class Eugene Braxton. William Boll pastor of St. S. Langley ave. A awarded a medal of neatness. Raci pleats of awards from 7209 s. St. Lawrence ave. Anc sgt. John Moulder 1507 e 86th St. Master sgt. Leonard Tillman 8037 s. St. Lawrence ave. Received an award from Ava Cross Chatham Post of the veterans of foreign wars. The Chicago chapter of the daughters of the american revolution award went to master sgt. Clifford Ivey 7536 s. Rhodes ave. Cadet John Shelton 8445 s. Indiana ave. Was awarded the american veterans medal for freshman marksmanship. Cadet Norman Rutherford �440 s. Ingleside ave. Received the third District american legion auxiliary award and sgt. 1st class Michael Werntz 1509 e. 85th St. Received the 124th Amer can legion auxiliary award. Oakland Kenwood american legion auxiliary presented its award to 2nd it. William Green 7249 s. St. Lawrence ave. Major Charles honesty 7806 s. Prairie ave. Received the bag by auxiliary of the Spanish american War veterans medal. The Brevet commission Illi Nois National a a Uard award was presented to it. Col. Thomas keys. Georges Epis ocal Church 847 e. 76th St., election committee head. An estimated crowd of 259 persons attended the annual election meeting and heard panel discussion on racial tension in recreation spots in and near the area. The panel consisted of Daniel Penny superintendent of recreation for the Park District Edmund a. Brooks member of the commission on human relations and Wayne Williams a policeman trained in race relations. Foreen hardware store owner said after results of the election were known he will probably not accept a position lesser than that of to presidency. He confided that ice May be made vice president and that he remain As president. Ice meanwhile controls the Oard. His fellow members Are 3ing Chan 7325 s. Maryland ave. Sterling Stuckey 7949 s. Drexel ave. The Rev. Edsel Ammons. 924 e. 76th St. Henry Crawford 7420 s. Ingleside ave. William King 8145 s. Ellis ave. Sam Evans 8604 s. Maryland ave., and Rev. Don polio. Since april 12, 1955, when cont nue to expand and the the announcement was made Honie show for a draws near that or. Jonas Salk had found further information May be a highly effective polio Preven retained by c Noe Broder Tive Over nine million anti my 7-1400. Polio inoculations have been a these Are poor people who Given to residents of our can lot afford to pay for private or. Andelman revealed that medical care and advice. Or since Jan. 1, 1961, not one Case Al of Man 4. T. Of polio has been recorded in l War trying to show them Chicago that the Board of health and the he also cited valuable work icily Chicago Are concerned being done for Public health health regardless of through infant welfare clinics fat race religion or Creed. Such As the one located at 5902 Ney res,<?�nt1s1 welcomed s. Halsted St., Telephone to 3-1as 1we11 a old if hey need 2g39 Tendon and care. Mothers and babies Are Given Sobolewski said that Dur expert free care and health and g pro. Vice by a staff including six was. L f 9. Registered nurses and one prac Anc a0 5s Marc tical nurse supervised by mrs. Was Josephine Sobolewski. ,. Scholarships bus will carry passengers from the National conference of the Home show As we a. To it christians jew5 ha5 outside the Home show build-1 u win of few James m Yard scholarships to the University of Chicago a summer workshop on inter group education in school and Community. Continued on Page 1 police seek two grocery robbers police Are seeking two men they said were Imph ated by Howard Parr 27, of 6649 s Carpenter St., in holdups of South Side supermarkets saturday night. Parr was seized in his Home after detectives traced him through an Auto License number supplied by a witness of one of the holdups. Police said Parr admitted Tak ing part in a robbery involving a store at 7800 s. Halsted St., where $1,500 was taken and m another robbery at 1628 w. 87th St., where the Trio got $42. J in each Case police said the men appeared in the stores with guns and forced employees to hand Over Money. They then fled in an Auto parked near the scene of the robberies. I John Sloan 7707 s. Wabash ave., was elected last sunday to a one year term As president of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council. The election Congress was held in Crerar presbyterian Church e. 81st St. And s. Calu ment ave. Richard Cooper exec Utica vice president was elected to a second term. Other vice presidents elected were Rev. Don Morse pastor of Chatham United presbyterian Church Arthur Hawkins former treasurer of the Council Thomas a. Gaudette or. Charles pro Tor Jolyn Robichaux Richard Forkner and Charles Lomax. Mrs. Mable Stamps was reelected corresponding Secretary and Ruth Wilson is the new recording Secretary. William b. Cousins was elected treasurer. Done to thin modern paints come ready to use and generally do not require thinning to be applied. The instructions on the Label will Tell you whether thinning is necessary and what thinner should be used. Do not try to make the paint go further by excessive winning. If you do it will not protect the old s u r f a c e adequately. Best food buys of the week each Weeh the in ii tin publishes the beit feed Suva at your local ft4 stars Ai advertised in your bulletin Sabels Vito s farm products but e. �3rd St. 510 1. 79th St. Link poultry 1310 l �3rd St. 7223<2f Wentworth ave. 473j South Parkway Frei a i live stewing Domino Cam hens orc sugar orc a a Jib b i. A 09 in ,

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