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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday june 17, 1965 for whom hell toils legions of militant civil rights demonstrators staged War of City Hall and the a White Power Structure a Friday june la and saturday june 12. Marchers grouped about state and Madison and in front of City Hall in the two Day Vigil protest until mayor Richard j. Daley promised the militants a hearing. Demonstrators sought to dramatize the general outrage unbridled in the negro Community and among honestly concerned and aware Whites Over the rehiring of the inflammatory school superintendent Benjamin c. Willis. Pictured in top photo in the Center of the two Day movement is the elder Lindsey of Fertile Baptist Church 7808 Green. Police officers vision of the protest Speaks for itself. Englewood area minister was among 600 demonstrators arrested. Lodged Between other highly concerned marchers in photo below is the Rev. John Porter pastor of Christ methodist Church 6401 Sangamon. Kneel ins were one of the devices de Oloyed in registering the fury Ridden voice of the Egros concerned attempt in overcoming the w Illis reappointment. Porter was one of the hundreds of demonstrators arrested on june 12. Photo by Strickland conference sets for a head Start continued from Page i Dent population stabilizing program. The plan introduced by superintendent Benjamin c. Willis last Spring Calls for an additional High school to be erected at 2101 e. 87th St. Concluding that a new school in that area would not go far to ease any of the problems presently existing in Englewood the conferees suggested a new High school in Englewood. The alarming problem of discipline in the Public schools was discussed and the meeting was collectively Adamant in stating that the responsibility of Disoline must be shared by both parents and school faculties. Specifically naming parents As primary arbiters of school pupils behaviour the conferees agreed that parents should Send their children to school ready to take a meaningful learning stance in the classroom. The newly introduced Forestville plan for compensatory education was also discussed and it was commonly agreed that at a similar plan would help the Englewood Community also. The schools participating in the new a head Start program in the Englewood Community Are the Beale school 6006 Peoria the Holmes school 955 w. Garfield blvd. The Sherwood school 245 w. 57th St. The Bass school 6554 May the Kershaw school 6450 Lowe and the Wentworth school 6950 Sangamon. Community excellence recently elected officers of the Chatham Avalon Council pledged themselves to unstinting efforts in achieving even greater Community excellence at their Friday june la meeting. Salient among the business discussed at the meeting was the commencement of a study program in cooperation with other Community organizations to have a mass withdrawal of savings accounts from downtown saving institutions not in sympathy with integration and to make deposits in saving institutions that have integrated on a Board of High administrative level. Shown Here from left to right Are Herbert h. Fisher 8343 St. Lawrence president mrs. Gwendolyn Melendez 8308 Prairie vice president Milton Lamb 8241 Vernon executive vice president and mrs. Alma Grahame 8011 Evans vice president. A Willis Mosely plan nixed the school superintendents recommendation asking that four new schools in the area serve As branches to the Mosely social adjustment school 5700 Lafayette was Side stepped by school Board members at their meeting last thursday. The original report by supt. Benjamin c. Willis was amended by the Board and will simply Call for further study of the problem of where to put the list of waiting children. A report will be Given the Board at its mid september meeting the first session after school resumes. Voting against the amendment were mrs. Wendell Green Thomas j. Murray and mrs. Louise a. Malis mrs. Green and mrs. Malis agreed that the amendment would not have an effect that can be considered of value to the children who need additional schools now. Children now in need of attending social adjustment centers Are continuing in their existing schools now under 477 pupils the Willis report stated. Tis recommendation asked establishment of More branches and noted the potential enrolments. Extensive program planned by Frank Brown negro history club father and son indicted for filing false returns a father and son who formerly operated a South Side income tax filing service pleaded guilty to a total of eight counts of an indictment for filing false tax returns for taxpayers. The government said it lost an estimated $70,000 in income tax because of the false returns. . District judge Bernard m. Decker set july i for disposition of the charges against Charles Carter sr., 55, and Charles jr., 36, both of 9154 Union who from 1956 to 1959 operated the associates accountants 7931 South Park. The father was employed by the department of Urban renewal at the time of his indictment March 14, 1963, and has worked for the . General account ing office reconstruction finance corp. The original 42 count indictment covers 27 instances of preparing false returns 14 of passing a forged government refund checks and one of singing a false return. In 17 of the returns 24 false dependants were listed at $600 each and in 16, false itemized deductions totalling $7,535 were claimed. Most of their clients who would have been entitled to Small refunds in most cases never saw the refund checks because the Carters arranged to have them mailed to an address where it could be intercepted by them assistant . Attorney Patrick f. Healy said. Proposals for Alley paving to be aired on june 18 proposals to pave the alleys in three locations in the bulletin area will be Given a Public hearing beginning at 2 . Friday june 18, before the Board of local improvements. The Alley locations Are Between 94th and 95th streets and South Park and Calumet avenues Between 95th and 96th streets and Normal and Parnel avenues and Between 81st Street and 82nd place and halted and Green streets. The Cost to property owners in relation to their property frontage will be among Cost details explained at the hearing those protesting the improvement will also be Given an Opportunity to obtain protest Ped tons which can be submitted to the Board for consideration beginning yet another year in their extensive program of lectures and study conclave dealing with the negroes role in the growth of our nation the Frank London Brown negro history club met last saturday in the Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St., to elect officers for the coming year. Frank Petty 6225 Stewart was reelected chairman of the club by vigorous acclaim a Tion. Petty is a teacher of history at disable High school. He has for a number of years lectured to school groups Church organizations and others interested in negro history. Albert Hammond 7 12 2 Union was elected vice president. Like Petty Hammond is an instructor of history in the Public school system. Currently he is teaching at Hirsch High school. Harvey d. Cobb 9214 South Park won the Post of publicity director of the history club. The club recently admitted a number of new members which will greatly increase its ability to meet the growing demands for lecturers on negro history. In speaking of the substantial growth of the organization chairman Petty stated a we Are Happy and proud to Welcome our new members into the growing band of concerned individuals who Are blazing a path toward a revitalized democracy. The teaching of the Long hidden truths about our american history and the vital role played by negroes. Our club takes particular Pride in revealing the marvelous truths at a time when they can do most to allay the frustrations that threaten to engulf Petty concluded. According to Cobb the newly elected publicity director the club adopted an extensive program on negro history and culture for the coming year a last years activity will be doubled a he said. A the expanded program will include some new lectures on subjects and personalities not yet discussed As Well As an impressive visual exhibit of photographs and original sketches. Burglar alarms Auto burglar alarms Hornblower and Siren to protect tires doors Hood trunk ignition prompt installation guaranteed Call Mcadams St 3-0192 a12 East 75th Street easy terms available Moth roofing on everything we clean. Rhodes cleaners 514 e. 79th St. In War Rhodes 4 Herbert it shop bulletin want ads and save play Craft Day Camp boys and girls Ages 5 to 12 i to 8 weeks of fun june 28th thru aug. 20th a 8 weeks All transportation including pickup and Deli Vii of children # 4 in indoor swimming with instruction qualified adult supervision interesting trips and Tours for Complete information Call he 8-3086 also planned a continued Cobbs. A is a group of programs dealing with the cultural achievements of the negro american past and present. In addition a not As yet published collection of Short stories by Frank London Brown will be extensively discussed by members Over the coming year a he concluded adding that a number of committees will be kept Busy during the summer vacation months setting up various phases of the years activities. Anyone desiring further information about the club May address their requests to Francis Ward program chairman co Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St. Avalon wallpaper amp paint co. 1854 e. 79th St. So 8-2129 closeouts nationally advertised brands Semi gloss. Flat a Latex Soso $250 while Quantity lasts is your child a poor Reader. 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