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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 4, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Area moms to be awarded Soond tails in col. 1, Haftl 1 your Community newspaper serving Chatham Avalon Inglewood Park Manor and Woodlawn to As volume i no. >0 10c at now Tanda Chicago Illinois thursday May 4, Imi published i 439 e. 71 it St. Tel. St twirl 3-1040 25 c per month delivered to your door each thursday contest for moms nears end As hip contest for the most de serving Mother nears the deadline of May 5, entries Are still coming into the bulletin office men women and children have entered names of their Choice for the most deserving Mother. All entrants Are hoping that their moms will be judged the Lucky . Hoping that his Mother will Kelly Church dedication on Mav 7 of Kelly methodist Church 6953 South Park ave., will be dedicated this coming sunday by j Bishop Matthew w. Clair jr., resident Bishop of the St. Louis area of the methodist Church. Dedication will begin at 10 45 . With holy communion services. Rev. George Rice minister of Kelly will Lead the communion Tun the coveted prize Enriquito ritual and the Sermon will be i lore of 6723 s. Langley ave., writes a i think my Mother mrs. Luclla Florez of the same address deserves to be the most deserving of this Honor because she is handicapped by polio and still manages to take care of our family and Home. There Are five of us and she manages to go to Northwestern University evening Enriquito adds delivered by the Bishop. Rev. Or. John w. Hager superintendent of the Chicago City missionary society will assist Bishop Clair in the dedication. The children a youth and senior choirs will sing a alleluia and a the hallelujah chorus. Mrs. Betty Hoard and mrs. A a that his father helped him com Juanita Simpson will direct and pose the letter. James Johnson of 6019 s. May writes a mrs. Rosa Smith of the same address is Only my Foster Mother but this wonderful lady has a heart of Gold. She is kind to anyone of any race or coir. She is a worker in the Church a to and Block club. She treats anyone As she wishes to he a this Mother is responsible for our Block club organization a writes mrs. Mary f. Mckinney of 6848 s. Green St., a and Many other civic improvements. A Busy House Wile Mother of two children and an asthmatic sufferer she yet finds time to Wash Iron Cook. Etc. For two elderly sick people who Are new neighbors and practically strangers. She Reki gets remuneration Tor her kind deed it. And is willing to help in need.0 these entrants Are helping the bulletin newspaper and merchants if the area to find our Community s most deserving Mother. The will be chosen from Park Manor Chatham Avalon Wood i Awn or Englewood and will receive special honors on mothers Day All entries must have been made on the entry Blank provided in the bulletin. They must be postmarked no later than Midnight May 5, 1961. Merchants participating in the contest and their prizes Are Goodyear sen ice store 61361 s. Hals cd general electric if1? Mimi Aster. A i a a a a Iii pretty Penny food store 611tii s. Halsted St., a Davis Ham. I a 1 up Parkway furniture store 34l7j/\ w do us i u South Parkway three $5 gift j certificates. J a j a Roberts jewelry store 6317 s Al Cut 1 Oil til cottage Grove ave., two $5 gift certificates. Eight area students will be re Robertson paint and hardware i pints of youth week awards store 421 e. 79th St., one gallon thursday May 18 in the Terrace of gloss White liquid tiling Casino from of the Morrison enamel. Hotel. Says intersection dangerous to kids Horace Mcafee will be at the Organ. In the afternoon Bishop Clair assisted by Rev. Or. William j. Faulkner pastor of the congregational Church of Park Man or will dedicate the Cornerstone of the Church. Present at the dedication services will be the Rev. Harry b. Gibson jr., minister Gorham methodist Church 56th and Indiana chairman Lexington conference Board of missions representing the conference the Rev. Mes Zimmerman the first min it Rio a plans for Block club Tea the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce and residents of the area near the e. 63rd St. And South Parkway intersection Are becoming increasingly More concerned Over the Chicago Board of education a plan to build an elementary school on the Southwest Corner. A spokesman for the chamber noted that under the present circumstances the Corner is one of the most dangerous in the City. There is a steady flow of traffic through the intersection and the problem is further complicated by turning Semi trucks. The Accident potential at the Corner would go up almost 100 per cent he said if a school were located there. Alderman Miller 6th said that he would like to see plans for the school changed. His suggestion is that the school be relocated to the Northwest to the cat property on s. Calumet ave. Miller said he could not conceive of the boards plan to build a school in the midst of the taverns liquor stores a turn around Point for the cat the constant flow of people to and from the elevated trains and the general traffic problem. The relocation of the school to a healthier and safer environment is essential he a Aid. Leroy Fowler Field representative for the chamber said that his group is going to work to have the traffic rerouted behind Parkway gardens a private housing development near the intersection. He said that the Board of education has been informed of his groups opposition to the school plan but have obviously been ignored since preliminary plans for the school already have been approved. Residents of the area have been signing petitions gotten up by the group for rerouting the traffic. Alderman Miller has taken the matter up with the City Council and has been informed that a traffic study will be made of the intersection. It is not known whether the Board of education will ask for any changes in the area where the school is to be located. Community residents think however that the changes if any should be made in conjunction with the planning of the school. Intersection at e. 63rd St. And South Parkway where Board of education intends to build school. Residents say traffic and environment at the Corner Are unsafe for children. Vacant lot at left is where the Board plans to construct school. He a neighbors make final George e. Rice. The children a choir under the direction of mrs. Florice Green will sing a if with All your heart a a by Mendelssohn the youth and senior choirs will sing a old Hundredth psalm tune a a by r. Vaughn Williams. Or. Horace Mcafee Church organist will accompany All choirs. Following the service the woman a society of Christian service will serve a Fellowship hour for the members friends and visitors and honouring the Rev. Hermes Zimmerman. All Block clubs participating in the Park Manor neighbors a fall Block club team will meet monday May 8 in St. Colum banus auditorium to conclude plans for the Community wide affair. The Tea to be held on May 28, will raise funds for the neighbourhood a a budget. In addition to the Tea the neighbors have slated a miss and Junior miss Park Manor contest of interest to the youth of the Community. The winners of this contest will be the guests of Honor at the affair. Miles s. Stephens president of Park Manor neighbors announced that 38 Block clubs thus far have made arrangements to participate. They Are the 6900, 7000, 7500 s. Vernon ave. Block clubs 6900 7000, 7100, 7200, 7300 s. Michigan ave. Block clubs 6800, 6900, 7000, 7300 s. Wabash ave. Block clubs 7300, 7400, 7500 s. Evan i a me c. Ave. Block clubs 6800, 6900, Amber a Akery 8246 s. Cottage. Marie c. Yarbrough and John 7200, 7m s. Calumet ave. Block Grove ave., a beautifully Deco t. Williams of Englewood High dub 7100 7200 s. Champlain school Bruce Gottschall and1 Hanna Goldschmidt of Hirsch High school George Mooney and Sara Mew right of Parker 7417 s. Evans ave. Alline Helm 7251 s. Calumet ave. Norma Jean Brown 7014 s. Vernon ave. Cathy Carter 315 e. 9th i. Janet Orange 7821 s. Wabash ave. June Jefferson 7042 s. Michigan ave. Inez Banks 7115 s. St. Lawrence ave. In the 12 through 15 age group for a Junior miss Park Manor the following Young ladies have entered Belina Baugh 7017 s. Prairie animal welfare league offers free services during a be kind to animal week a a May 7 through May 13, the animal welfare league 6224 s. Wabash ave., will furnish a free identification tag to each Chicago dog or cat owner requesting one. This tag has a serial number issued to the owner of the pet. If the league receives a Call that an animal wearing the tag his been found every Effort will be made to injured or sick animal picked up during that time. The name of the owner of a pet wearing a league tag can i missioner George l. Ramsey an be obtained at any time. The bounced. Warning on Glass panels issued a total of 1,674 notices warning owners of buildings to remove Glass panels As a Means of exit before january 1st of 1962 have been issued to Date this year City building com ave. Dianne e. Flemister 7020 a u1 a a c re. M. V league ambulance will Call Wrev to p for the pet and bring it to league son 6804 s. Michigan ave be. _ Nita t Strong. 7319 s. Wabash owner ave. Patricia Howard 6831 s. Wabash ave. Roslyn Duncan 6832 s. Michigan ave. Martha Duncan 6832 s. Michigan ave. Carolus love 7246 s. Michigan ave. Lorna j. Bryant 6822 s. Anthony St. St. Annette Anderson 7147 s. St. Lawrence ave. Claim City ordinances ineffective an Englewood group charged in a City Council hearing on building contractors tuesday that present ordinances on building permits Are totally ineffective. Theodore Voigt englewo6d committee for Community action Ecca Field Secretary made the charge in a letter set before the building and zoning committee and License committee. A appearing before the joint committee Voigt said that the Council in 1956, which prohibits vague ordinances allowed too a cleanup drive took place a on thus of lass peels a a a tractors to act he Refuge awaiting redemption by april 28 and 29, in the two blocks Means a the ordinance spn51diy# Between e. 64th St. And e. 65th goes into effect january 1st of irresponsible behaviour of St. On s. Emerald ave. Twenty 1962. Contractors engaged in remodel five energetic youngsters a a spa g conversion work in our cleaned 15 lawns and sidewalks. Ramsey Aid owne Quot of Drea has concerned us for Many league maintains a 24 hour per Day switchboard service. There is no identification tag that guarantees a lost pet will be returned to its owner if lost. The Best prevention is to exercise the pet on a Leash and never reach the pet owner by Tele it to be left in a Yard phone. Unattended. If the owner cannot be located Block cleanup drive since the beginning of the year building and housing inspectors have dispatched warning notices to owners of All buildings where Glass panels have been noted. The action stems from an ordinance enacted by the City rated mothers Day cake dems dinner Leonard Peoples Newl High school and roman be elected president of the 6th Ward Braukas and Gloria j. Mcvey Young democrats announced nolds of Wilson or. College will monday that plans have been be among the january and june completed for the annual in a 1961 graduates of the Public Atal lation of officers dinner and schools and colleges who were dance. A chosen to be Given medals by the affair will be held Friday the Junior association of com May 12 at the grand ballroom Merce for scholarship and Citi Deneen elects new officers new officers of the Deneen a to will be installed on tuesday May 9, at 1 15 . In the 7100, 7200, 7300, 7400 s. St. Law j school s auditorium at 7240 s. Rence ave. Block clubs 7300, Wabash ave. 7400 South Park ave. Block the slate of officers Are mrs. This tag can be obtained by sending the following information to the league name address and Telephone number of the owner and Breed sex age and color of pet for which the tag is intended. Each tag requested must be accompanied by a stamped self addressed envelope. As most License bureaus Are closed evenings saturdays and sundays it is almost impossible on saturday after the reari11 lass panes must sub Yards and alleyways had been Mit plans and obtain permits cleared of All rubbish a Weiner roast was held for the youngsters As a Reward in their efficient cleaning. Mrs. Virginia Poore president of the Emerald from the building department years a a he told the aldermen. A Voigt pointed out the area mentioned As Between 55th and ave. Block clubs 7100, 7300� 7700 s. Rhodes ave. Block clubs 7000, 7200 s. Indiana ave. Block clubs to locate the owner of a lost and Ingram. St. Block club was in charge of the general cleaning and was j the ordinance on a Duncon Stith assisted by messes. Brewington tonal a a grounds has been filed to make the necessary Altera-1. ? of Between state and Ashland ave. Tons providing another Means our experience Voight a Exi a said a the existing ordinances a suit seeking to invalidate Are totally useless against the 6351 s. Cottage Grove ave. The theme of the occasion is a youth must be the honorable Sidney a. Jones or. Municipal court judge will serve As installing officer. The guest of Honor will be the zen ship. Clubs 6700, 6800, 7100 s. Prairie ave. Block clubs 6900, 7500 s. Eberhart ave. Block clubs. Mrs. Ola Muirhead chairman of the Tea said she hoped every Block club organization in Park Manor would support this major honorable Joseph p. Mcmahon on a the biology of Opportunity. Benjamin c. Willis general fund Effort superintendent of schools will thus far 25 Young people in present the youth week awards the Community have entered the or. George w. Beadle Chan popularity contest cellar of the University of Chi in the 16 through 19 year old Cago will give the keynote speech it a former 6th Ward Young demo trat wha is clerk of the circuit a Eurix Arthur Beuhler is director of the Chicago youth week federa Tion. A miss Park Manor contest the following Young ladies have entered Delores Bailey 6946 s. Eberhart ave. Sharon Ellis 7750 s. Rhodes ave Irene Dove Edward Morris 7004 s. Indiana ave., president or. Thomas Burke principal honorary president mrs. Thomas Allen 7350 s. Wabash ave., first vice president mrs. Maurice Pompey 7248 s. Indiana ave., second vice president or. Edward of Brien third vice president mrs. Mary Newton 7237 s. Michigan ave., recording Secretary mrs. J. B. Boose 7316 s. Perry ave., corresponding Secretary and mrs Robert Warren 7042 s. Indiana ave., treasurer. A convention report will also be Given. 1 Best food buys of the week each walk the Bulla tin publishes tha Bast food buys at your local food Staro As advert Sod in your bulletin Sabels farm products Pivk poultry 7223-29 Wentworth at. Mutl i eggs Dos. Vito s 859 e. 63rd St. 510 e. 79th St. 1310 e. 63rd St. 4735 South Parkway my i frying Chicken ports Lef i a Irta it a wings $ your Chelee Many abuses promoted by these types of in Superior Coor by Adolph and a Quot Vera Kaukas owners of scrupulous operators apartment building at 4415-17 North Racine Avenue. The City is attempting to have 1. Lack of permit for the Job 2. Exceeding permit provisions the suit dismissed. No court 3f a a Selling a owners on illegal Date has been set on the City a a quyt it Lions a motion to dismiss. 4 Jcj in Orang a a Stop orders of a die 1,254 buildings inspected when authorities have caught to Date for Glass panels 715 Are up with them. Buildings requiring annual in y0jgt Sake organization has so to exec Houg 011 stopped six illegal conversion jobs during the past six weeks. Alleged conversion addresses the City. Notices have also been served Iti. I. On 130 buildings in t s Geff Ore the Council included Central District 235 in the North am fun a Peoria 9t District 161 in the West District g Union ave. And 148 in the North Central District s Rar enter at and 265 in the South District. 6530 so car Nev Quot a Ramsey said it is impossible he said the police investigated at this time to estimate How our a cases if Many buildings throughout the ordinances were More Able to City contain Glass panels which control contractors our and the Are used As a Means of exit. Continued on Page

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