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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 18, 1959, Chicago, Illinois Tkv to thursday june 18. 199 the bulletin City building inspectors were seeking permission last week in Superior court to inspect a 42 apartment building at 315 w. 60th St. Defendants in the City a neti ton before judge John s. Sbarbaro Are the South Moor Bank and Trust company the Oak Park Bank and Trust company a and Irving Mccall of 6811 Clyde identified As owners or having an interest in the property. Both financial institutions have been named before in other recent complaints of maintaining slum properties in this area. About 62 adults and an undetermined number of children live in the red Brick buckled porch supports in front and uneven Brick work at first glance show cause for the complaints that building commissioner George l. Ramsey allegedly has been receiving about the living conditions in the Structure. Inspectors have been refused admittance on numerous occasions the City a suit contends asking the court to order inspection enjoin the defendants from interfering with the process and i require them to Correct any violations found. Plasterers have been working in the building last week to renew the Entrance hallway and an unidentified Man said that the owners Are about to comply voluntarily with the City a demands. But nothing was being done about other apparent defects such As the dirty buckled floors sagging support beams and cramped overcrowded Flats. Typical of the people living in the building is the family of Tollie c. Mangham a factory worker who has an apartment on the first floor. The couple together with their three children live in two j rooms and a Kitchen the total length of which at the widest i Point is about 25 feet. They pay j $16.50 a week for these quarters. I for More than a year the family has crammed its most a precious possessions into the Home which the City building codes declare fit to be inhabited \ by one person at most. I though mrs. Mangham a possessions Are immaculately clean and the floors mopped years of Lack of maintenance showed up in the condition of the ceiling Walls fixtures and windows. In the pictures mrs. Mangham a charged by k. Sargent Shriver recently confined to bed with a recently reelected Board of Edu Iback injury comforts her Daugh in i a u i us cation president As the Board a ter Oretta 4, who is clutching her Dolly. Mrs. Mangham a bed Hreve out bids total Ink $23.697 a is within five feet of the other for improvements at Dixon a a room a used As closet and sleep school 8306 St. Lawrence ing space for the children. The move was made in a meet Back outside the older Young in last thursday As the Board sters played a a a in a the Kins of Vas considering bids from five the castles game on one of the of rms t0 Complete jobs in five old tires littering the front and d Naciem sides of the building. The or Csizi Over in Quot so music school graduation i Glass strewn Yard apparently Wei Ivvie w Nunn Llvell used to taking care of herself in this kind of but the thing that attracts j Best the attention of the passer Twenty four teenagers from by driving Down the Shady tree the Community students of Anc Ann Waid 6506 South Park lined 60th St. Is the sign on the Jeanne Fletcher Mallette school along with the students of front of the building a deluxe of music will participate in the piano and Organ the choral apartments for All photo by Torr cry collusion in school bids collusion Between bidders was a this looks like collusion to me a the same five firms bid on All five jobs. Their bids Are just far enough apart to make certain that each firm gets a slice of the business. I certainly Don it me the looks of it Shriver said. The firms accused of submitting rigged contracts on the local work were the Standard grading and construction company for i $19.835, and the Chain drink to feature piano Organ Fence corporation for $5,812. The improvements scheduled the appearance of rigged bid for the local school Are building of a Small play Ding called for an investigation said Shriver. But superintendent of schools Benjamin Willis recommended merely that All bids be rejected and the five projects re advertised so As not to impede the playground recreation program scheduled to Start when schools close june 26. Shriver was supported in his charges by Board member Joseph pois a Long time critic of the schools procurement policies. Ground and equipping it with slides swings and climbing apparatus resurfacing of the present playgrounds for both boys and girls. All weather Blacktop of the Type first used in hitch school on the North Side is to replace the crushed Stone presently Laid in the Yard installing four basketball loops and backboards in tha boys1 court. Tennis classes at local Parks Church Marks children a Day the congregational Church of Stanley Smith it go e d Quot Jones schools annual commencement group of St. Edmund a Epis Che reuse this sunday at 3 pm. ,.to u u i Copal school 6105 Michigan will m Dunbar High school auditor cum appear. The choral numbers also a piano and Organ ensemble under the direction oil31 Manor 7000 South t. V. Jones jr., Vern Mitch program the evenings perform mrs. Mallette. Avenue will celebrate children sell Rosalyn Scott Richard Tay frn Nic a k Ance we feature 125 students this recital is the closing pro Day sunday at 11 of clock. The Lor Shirley Broadnax Dorothy action win be who musical teams. Gram of the year according to Rev Robert d. Hotelling i Fleming Sherrel Waddy i students will perform on two miss uth Reynolds assistant in Rector of Christian education of Chael Toliver Sidney Vincent conferences of con Mary Blackwell. Or. William j. Al and Christian Faulkner pastor of the Church. Churches will be the guest will confirm five Young people preacher. This service. Music will be furnished by the according to Kenneth b. Available from Chicago Stop a adj Porc at four i i Oulu flu Viu pc Nuit ii Ull leu. Jim Vii i a Ilij Sites starting next tuesday a Pia of and organs so that the Struc Tor at the Mallette school. The Illinois cd cording to George reach direct of Nure go Pecan participate in. A j Greg Tiona Tor of physical activities for the 16 co Lueit it people 10m a Rah Cross inc Rhinald pub i this area to appear Are Rosland. ,. Adams 618 e. 67th St. Cassand mosts in6t meet Chicago Park District. These eight week classes Are. Int Rae eight week classes Are a Bynum 307 e. Marquette Tennis Sliv pro at invite in recently organized youth choir Smith associate minister the. .,_int0 tw0 Afie claf5lflca&Quot Toni and Paul Cros it Grove 6554 compete in he area qualifying unc or direction of mrs. Bet children a Day program will be tons the youngsters who Carmen Edwards 0� in at Gram Crossw Jackson King cordially invited to learn the 1159 e 63rd St Falth ficm.sterj3"6&Quot&Quot 01 sex i in addition to ?,Enta ?. M t0 6 ptt9%t 6516 Kuis Cheney and Henri slice ave., saturday june 27.ifour Yun amp Pep the Kickoff of a week of special Rev. Hotelling activities. A reception will a people will Partick held immediately after the serv while the adults will attend the e to Futrell. 6445 Ellis Yvonne winners and runner up will Beplate in service. They Are ice in the Church Parlours under to 10 . Class. A Goodwin 6424 Champlain Rol eligible for the City wide Cham mass Linc a Ellerbe Fritz Bush the leadership of mrs. Barbara j Tuley Park e. 90th St. And s. And Hayes 6607 St. Lawrence Piu ships at the Waveland courts r0111 Fleming jr., and miss Spencer Smith and the senior St. Lawrence ave., Wall begin its Rita and Darlyn Johnson. 6808 beginning july 18. Betty Jones. William h. Ande youth Fellowship classes next wednesday with l. St. Lawrence. Reginald and Ray Competition will beheld in theron a member the Christian on monday evening the Board Knighten presiding Over the ses mond Morns 7001 Calumet following events Junior boys and education Board will present of Christian education will Spon Sions. Other Park Sites include Pamela Morns 6934 Woodlawn girls under 15 years of age in Kertel Cates Anc awards to Grad Sor its annual leadership re cog Jackson Park 6401 s. Stony Sandra Morris. 6857 South Paik boys and girls under rates of area High and Elemen non dinner. Friday evening Island ave Friday grand Cross Patricia Mot Hans 1503 e. 67th 18 years of age menus singles tary schools for exceptional the annual scouting dinner for my e. 76th St. And s. Ingleside i Marsha and pan it Render and doubles women a singles leadership and participation in families will be held and tha ave wednesday and Friday and 6354 South Park Gen Smith and doubles m fixed doubles and the Church. Those receiving the week s activities will close out Washington 5531 South Park 6334 Grec. Wood. . Kovir the veterans singles for men awards will be Gladys Hunter with a teachers Retreat and Cuk Way commencing next tuesday and John Sullivan 7036 Indiana Over 44, Ronald Lynch Lloyd Marshall,.scout family picnic

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