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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 25, 1964, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday june 25, 1964 life 3 problems with police chief Chatham residents discuss list six ways to help make Community safer a number of persons concerned with Community problems attended a meeting on Law and order sponsored by the Chatham Avalon Community Council in the office of the commander of the 5th districts Ken Sington police station 200 e. 115th st., recently. In a Frank data Cmok Between residents and police officers of he District the meeting focused attention on such topics in the Chatham area As How to Deal with roving gangs drinking in automobiles speeding nuisances and littering of the Community As Well chairman presided. As More and agress Lve police a they Quot a it 0�?~h?r per Tilp it tank a met with 5th District commander to Lolly those attending the meeting called by the Cape cd a Law and i of the Sbarbaro Pat and order committee included atty. Capac members Solomon Herbert Fisher 8343 st. Law Brown 7946 Vernon Bertram r. Rence Capac executive vice Pratt 8159 st. Lawrence and president mrs. Alma Graham William Richie 8214 Eberhart. 8011 Evans corresponding Secretary of the organization and mrs. Margaret Keaton 9421 Langley of the Burnside parents teachers Assn. A a a Nathaniel Willis 7748 Calumet Capac Law and order it mat a no King Kings Standard service station Road service a Oso s. Cotta Orosi st Mill st 1-9141 Abernathy taxi Assn., inc. Luft mtg s a a a or Rort As Siosi at tour Phot Mitis ratio he 7-5400 to 8-9100 bulletin wont ads pay a a reckless 31a n and nature scenes like these Are designed to produce nightmares a and indeed they should. Nevertheless the Driver of the car pictured above mrs. Myrtle Brooks 8152 Langley was much luckier than tie picture indicates a she suffered no injuries the episode occurred Friday morning june 19, at 7749 Langley out Side the Home of or. And mrs. John Rucker. According to mrs. Brooks her car was sideswiped by another car driven by Homer Moorman jr., 8342 Ellis causing her to lose control. Her car careened Between two Trees on the Parkway crossed the sidewalk struck the Steps of the House located at 7751 Langley lie fore being stopped by the Impact shown. Photo below shows nature is sometimes As reckless As humans. Saturday june 20, was cleanup Day for Large areas of chicago9� Southside following the violence of Friday night s storm. This example of the storm s fury was photographed i it i the 7200 Block on Evans. According to witnesses the wind literally a uprooted the tree hurling it across the trunk of the car belonging to Ernest thide 7244 Evans. Traffic was blocked All Day saturday before the debris could be cleared away. Council hearing set on zoning changes area residents opposed to Zon ing changes in three South Side areas will Geft a Chance to voice thear objections when the requests related business in the 5.24-acre area. 2. The area bounded by 95th South of 47th the Alley East. Al t of Damen 120 it. South of 47th come up for Public hearings m Damen Arthur v. Zele the City Council committee on Zinski will request a change from buildings and zoning july 1-2. The proposed zoning changes Are As follows 1. The area bounded by the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad right of Way Parnell 86th st., the Alley West of Parnell 85th st., and Vincennes. If a change from ml-1 and ml-2 restricted manufacturing districts to residential planned development is granted the Stone foundation a non profit organization will erect 156 dwelling units including recreational facilities and Myca cites on for 35 years Rufus Clayton 6253 s. Rhodes was cited for rendering 35 years of distinguished service to the Myca of metropolitan Chicago at the recent annual meeting of the Quarter Century club of the association at the la Salle hotel. Clayton was one of 19 persons honoured by the club. The club annually honors employees of the Myca with 25 or More years of service. During the presentation ceremony club president Robert Frei tag described Clayton As a an example of the talented employee every organization needs to fulfil its obligation to members. Clayton joined the Hyde Park Myca staff As a Busboy in 1929. He was named to his present Post of head janitor in 1943. A r-3 general residence to b4-2 restricted service District for the area. No projected use for the property was listed on Zelezinski s application although b4-2 zoning permits erection of stores with apartment unit Over them. 3. The area bounded by 100 it. North of e. Marquette rd., 139 it. East of Perry e. Marquette and Perry. A request by William Tokowitz 9146 Constance seeks to change the District from r3 to r4 residence. If the change is granted Tokowitz will erect a two Story apartment building during the summer. Residents and other parties concerned with the proposed changes Are urged to attend the hearings in the Council Chambers on both Days starting at 10 . Aid. Daniel j. Ronan of the 30th Ward is chairman of the building committee. Edward Egan and the other officers to discuss ways in which they can cooperate in helping to make the Community safer. It was agreed that residents can help by taking the following $ Steps i qualified to Itrat you John Lassiterjr. Afoul �?�310 a Long toy at. To 4-2721 has been in the insurance business Long enough to realize that the most important thing he can offer you is service of the highest Caliper. As a result he has qualified himself to offer reliable expert advice on 1. Call the police immediately upon observing any irregularities such As suspicious loitering gang h trouble drinking in autos Etc. Jug 2. Report All types of vice activities to police. 3. Copy and report the License number of any speeding automobile or any Driver causing a nuisance by Horn blowing and re Jit port such irregularities to the 38th Branch of the municipal court 8855 s. Exchange. If pos sible obtain one or More witnesses. 4. Be sure to get the name of the officer taking your complaint. 5. File a written report with the Capac or Call the Capac m office 8cmqccm we cd Akimo my a Cut m m m �m�94km m a my Lmh a in my a a meanwhile it was disclosed that a total of 225 vehicles were removed from the area bounded by 76th st. To 87th, state st. To cottage Grove during the months of March april and May of this year. The amount represents an increase of 73 Over the figure for a comparable period last year. In addition to those mentioned others attending the meeting were i mrs. J. Sanders 858 e. 88th st. Re fax Lott lift hrs eco a in. In Waco and lot Fromont pint do to Mimmi Roods a so test act toe protests a troop Ink co m4 a Ftp Poe Tissi Thi prot finial insurance company of an Uriel Imp Ruby s hats new summer hours tues., wed., fri., sat. 11 . 6 . Mon. Thurs. 11 . 9 . A imported Straw braids a French a millinery workroom a Hobby classes 8613 cottage Grove phone 783-5155 Mon., t . A 11 . Tucs. 7-9 . Is your child a poor Reader ? the Advance Reading clinic s summer school cusses pm mat will Halte had Prev me lest Hee fut Reading cd mpr he it Ion a a a sm4 tests phonies Werff attack a word meaning arithmetic Leslic Pace All shills wird pref tems 1st-10th grades spoiling vocabulary comp Atit Ion dictionary shills other skills kit Flash Oral Sholle a Etter study habits 9 Yean experience a we get results a Board of education teachers a very Small classes 110 per teacher a vary Low tuition a payment plan free standardized Reading and arithmetic testing for information Call a 3-7794 Quot school locations a limited Call today Sot f. 42nd i. Leroy l. Johnson do Rotor offer free Tennis course the fifth year of free Tennis. And experienced Tennis players instruction will be offered to area is open to residents of All Ages residents at consecutive 10-week with one hour classes for adults classes at the Rainbow Beach available at 7 ., thursday Tennis courts beginning july 2. Evenings. Jim Meltreger state Tennis finalist and former member of the de Paul University Tennis team will instruct the classes for the third year. Instruction both for beginners food registrations will be accepted after 1 ., june 25, at the courts. Those attending the classes Are required to bring their own rackets. Ltd i w a a it a a a is v Send Coupon below for free color brochure is in i /. A a a. A a j it offer dells boat trip. 15 Milee of Union gettable scenery featuring fantastic lock formation. 8 Scenic Porta of Call at cold water Canyon Witch. Gulch and stand Rock. Lower dells boat trip. Scenic Craim through Rocky Island Region. Fort Deltis. Step Back into yester year in authentic a citing Frontier land India land and add venture land. Stand Rock Indian ceremonial. Brilliant spectacular pageant presented nightly by Over 60 american indians in imposing natural amphitheatre. Reached by boat or car <5 Vav i. It s if. 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