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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 4, 1961, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin thursday May 4, 19f>1 Public not aware of its duties of real Hydrogen bomb had fallen at w. 67th St. And s Pulaski re. Last Friday instead of the imaginary one that dropped there in the pretended air raids we d All be dead. It was civil defense Day with sirens wailing radio and television off the air except for con Elrad and everybody making jokes. Theoretically Chicago was 97 per cent evacuated but that was Only on paper. A it wont be funny when and of it happens and where is there a More tempting target than Chicago a a second Deputy fire marshal j. Slattery chief of Chicago a civil defense told the Englewood kiwanis club tuesday at its weekly luncheon meet ing. A there will be possibly As Little As a minute s warning which is manifestly not enough time to build a fallout shelter Stock it with water food and Neces Sarv supplies including a first Aid kit. And to install Home fire fighting equipment a he continued. Quot those Are some of the things you have been told to do but Haven to. How Many families have talked Over what each one should do when an Alert or take cover signal is sounded a How Many families have planned where they would go if the order to evacuate the City was issued in the newspapers and Over radio and to by civil defense a european countries take civil defense to heart the speaker said. In Sweden for instance there Are convenient shelters for everyone each properly stocked and there Are regular drills in which everyone takes part. Countries having experienced bombing take it seriously. He said while chicagoan pc to headed by Cirilo a. Like they thought it could t happen to them. However marshal Slattery bunched a Campaign to raise said recent goings on in Cuba $25,000 for provident Hospital have caused some apprehension the funds will be used to offset Here that did t exist before with he cos of free medic Fli care the result that there was greater. Participation in the drills last prove did by the Host Lobl Friday than in any previous Mcsween has issued a Call Alert. Surging support of the drive As for evacuation of the City which has the backing of the when there Are International in cosmopolitan chamber of coincident that warrant the Pecau a n in Ann a number of Busi Tion it is not As difficult As some imagine he stated. Ness civic and social groups. Quot every week Day there Are drive is similar to another 1,100,000 people in the Loop Quot Campaign last year when three he said. Quot the daily evacuation contributors to Tho Hospital were starts at 4 30 . And by 6 awarded gifts. Gifts this year Ino clock there Are Only 90,000 elude a lord Chevrolet Corvair left which Means that 1,010,000 a portable television set and a have gotten out. Set of matched Luggage. Quot with every body taking the a this is a wonderful Opp Ortu routes they know. Chicago could unit a for social groups who would be evacuated with a minimum 6 to earn Money or them of confusion a the speaker Seves wide helping the Hosp stated. Mcsween said. Said that workers Are is books contain receipts which provident in fund free a Olf school Al Jackson Park the second of a series of free Golf classes at Jackson Park e. 63rd St. And s. Stony Island ave., will be held this evening. A Large enthusiastic group turned out last tuesday night for the first session. Stan Kertes Well known Golf pro from Bryn mawr country club is in charge of the classes. Fundamentals offered tomorrow and the other two evenings of the 1961 school will include primary teaching on the grip the stance the backswing the downswing and the head Post Tion throughout the stroke. It is an Opportunity for All persons boys and girls men and women to learn Bow to play the game of Golf whether they actually play or merely Quot talk the sport. Requirements for joining the school Are simple. Merely bring one Golf club preferably a no 5 Iron. Classes begin promptly at 7 15 ., but All students Are urged to be on hand 15 minutes before that time. The final two classes will be next tuesday and thursday. The same schedule exists at Marquette Park w. 67th St. And s. Kedzie ave. Hutson Farmer Tad or a Nhen meal Block club to ring Bells the 6700 s. Evans Block club met recently at the Home of or. And mrs. Eugene ropers 6718 s. Evans ave., to Complete plans for a door Bell ringing project to interest new members. The newly elected president mrs. Oreitha k. Charles 6745 s. Evans ave., presided. Mrs. Rubye tuesday of 6747 s. Evans ave. Was a Jaunted chairman of the sick committee. Next meeting of the Block club will take place on a 25, at the Holme of mrs. Effie Cook of 07to s. Evans ave., at which time installation of new officers will be held. Brake special a 19 operator Corvair. A fund Campaign Iii behalf of provident Hosp lab Tel underway As Cirilo a. Mcsween Rig it chairman of the drive distribute Campaign books to Charles Carroll Illinois hell Telephone co. Bro Coll of Gold Latte miss Donna mulling of provident and charter Collins of tile Cook county Anocia Tion of funeral Home own erg. If to Don ors will include a 1961 Chevrolet Corvair a portable television gel. And a gel of matched lovage. Firs Sec a group of Community businessmen and other leaders. Mcsween. I. C. Petitions for rate hike a special $18 30. 54 ride $20.31. This ital. He sued marshal Slattery made Appeal to t he Kiwan ians i sued Campaign Quot i want you to think about ing numbered where Vou would Send your wife a re. Svea e 1 tens and children and aged father natl0n do Quot or Are eligible to and Mother in the event of Dan in an it a a of the persons who sell Campaign books re the Illinois Central Railroad company has filed a request with the Illinois Commerce commission for a fare rate increase averaging 8 2 per cent. The request for a fare boost is accompanied with reduced round trip shoppers fare to Loop stations. The shoppers rate approximately three quarters of the proposed regular round trip fare is established on a 90 Day exper $22.85. Mental basis. I 54 ride barring any delay by the inc s25.38. Which can schedule Public hearings the rates May go into effect june i. Same As Randolph to Bryn mawr. Randolph to 87th Street South Chicago and 91st Street South Chicago. One ride�?54 cents to 58 cents. 32 ride weekly $4.69 to $5.07. 46 ride monthly a $16.91 to monthly a $18.77 to Randolph to Blue Island. One ride�?83 cents to 90 cents. 12 ride weekly�?$5.87 to $6.35. 46 ride monthly a $21.12 to monthly a $23.46 to Randolph to 53rd Street. One ride�?30 cents to 32 cents. 12 ride weekly�?$3.11 to $3.37. 46 ride monthly a $11.18 to the higher rates Are sought $12.50. Tensions. Ger As the result of International,., i have arranged Stojce a a two of quote Rece pts from a Quot a each Book sold. Mcsween urged Community organizations to Contact the Public relations office at provident have my sons go of Lake Geneva. Wis., to stay with a family there. Quot get your family together ,. R in u t i l ill j Hospital to receive further a talk about what should be done ,., i i d in formation about How Thev May in the event of an Alert. Build j participate in the Campaign. E. R. Lewis Power company executive and a member of the Hospital Board pointed out that and Stock a fallout marshal Slattery said the sub for anyone in the Loop at the time of a bomb warning. There is enough food in the department stores having subway entrances underground to feed All the people who could get Down into the tube he stated in conclusion he said Quot remember this. If you hear a steady blowing of the air raid signal dial 620 or 1240 for information and take cover provident is 70 years old this year and that since 1891 it has tried to meet its Community obligations by providing services to hundreds of thousands of persons who could pay Little or nothing. A such service deserves com $17,02. Inanity support a Lewis said. Randolph to South Shore. To cover increased wages taxes and costs of materials amount to More than $700,000 annually since nov. 1957. The last fare increase for the Railroad company was in nov. 1958 when rates went up an average of 20 per cent to cover operating expenses. A Sample table of the present and proposed rates for one person Are Randolph to Bryn mawr. One ride�?40 cents to 43 cents. 12 ride weekly�?$3.94 to $4.26. 46 ride monthly a $14.15 to $15.31. 54 ride monthly a $15.73 to 54 ride monthly a $12.42 to $13.44. Randolph to 63rd Street. One ride�?34 cents to 37 cents. 12 ride weekly�?$3.38 to $3.66. 46 ride monthly a $12.14 to $13.14. 54 ride monthly a si3.52 to $14.63. Randolph to 115th Street Kensington. One ride�?62 cents to 67 cents. 12 ride weekly�?$5.11 to $5.53. 46 ride monthly a $18.36 to $19.87. 54 ride monthly a $20.42 to i$22.09. Crown league track stars Charles Smith took two place honors in the South Tion Catholic league track meet last saturday at Eckersall stadium. Representing mount Carmel which took third place honors. Smith finished first in the too Yard dash and the 220-Yard event. Fred Cobb also of Carmel shared the new High jump record with Paul Bunyi of St. Rita. The pair made a leap of five feet nine and one Quarter inches breaking the Mark of St. Rita a Jim Szajkovics set last year. Mendel finished fourth in the juniors with in Points and fourth in the senior events with 23 Points. St. Rita captured the senior title while Leo finished first in the Junior meet. Juniors 70 Yard High hurdles John Scaletta Leo. Time 10.7. Too Yard dash Don Cranley brother Rice time. . Aro Yard run Larry Leo. Time. I to i. 440 Yard dash Bill Mcnulty. Brother Rice. Time 54.r. New record old record 55, by Hughes. Leo 1950. Mile run Tom Mccarthy. Brother Rice. Time 3 43. 180 Yard Low hurdles John scallets Leo. Time 23.3. 220 Yard dash Don Cranley. Brother Rice. Time 24.4. New record old record i4 a by Tom Borsellino St. Rita 1960. So Yard relay brother Rice Jim Ristich Jim fee Bill Mcnulty Don Cranley. Time 1 40.7 new record old record 1 43.9, by brother Rice 1959. High jump Todd Regan Leo John Cummingham Leo and de Kopcinski St. Rita tied. Height 5 i lie Hir Rilious i20.� a Der torn it. Pros tits the a a jazzier Iii their second appearance Al the popular jazz spot on May a a for a 2 neck engage input. The group Ilia made a killer Joe famous consists of Art Farmer on trumpet Benny unison Oil Tenor saxophone i oui Mcintosh on Tritini hone Cedar Walton on piano Albert a it Utica la enl on Drums and Tommy William on has. Sermon at St. Stephens Kruse. Quot the discipline of love a will be the Sermon topic sunday Al the 10 30 am. Service in St Stephen a a lutheran Church 910 Vav. 65th St., by the pastor Edgar r. Flugg. Pastor a Flugge a Sermon will open the Celebration of Christian family week in the Church last ing through mothers Day May 14. He will be distributing material to the families All we Eek stressing the relationship be tween Parent and youth with a few words of guidance to parents Quot live happily with your teenagers under the gospel in Mutual forgiveness and love. I build up their self respect and self Confidence help Thorn accept themselves As god made them treat them More like adults help them through their emotional upsets guide them to Good habits of health and Good taste in dress without baying or nagging give sincere Praise and words of appreciation As of ten As possible and show an in i arest in their schooling and other pastor a Flugge a Sermon will be to Ken from 2nd John verse 1-6. Which explain How love can make children in asset to the Community in which they reside. A remove front wheels adjust brakes a repack front wheel bearings a Check grease seals a add Brake fluid and Road test a regular50 Valu Goodyear service store 6136 s. Halsted he 7-245 a-1 Complete service daily for your driving Comfort tires batteries amp accessories Quot Johnnie Quot efficient Mechanic on duty to service your car ills King s Standard service station 8058 cottage Grove it feet in inches. Pole vaulted Kopcinski St. Rub. Height 8 feet 7 inches. New record old record 8 feet 6 inches by Wayne Baxtrom Leo 1959shot put Don Sapiens Leo. Distance 49 feet. 3 inches new record old record 45 feet i a inches by Ken Sennen brother Rice. 1959. Bro Yard relay brother Rice Mike Labanauskas. Bill Mclinden. Tom Felsenthal Dan Mccoy. Time 1 37.6. New record old record 1 3f.5, Leo 1960. High jump Paul , St Rita and Fred Cobb it. Carmel tied. Height 5 feet 9l, inches. New record old record 5 feet i inches by Jim Szajkovics St. Rita. 1060. Higher ceilings there Are two ways to use paint to make a ceiling look higher than it really is. One is to paint the ceiling White or in a Light color. This will make it seem to recede. The other method is to paint Broad vertical stripes on the Wall not in a cell like pattern but behind a Large piece of furniture such As a piano bed or Couch. The stripes will carry the Eye up Ward. Pastor elected up among the four vice presidents i. 77&Quot selected to the Clarence Darrow and Len or Quot was reelected treas Center recently was Jesse Caviler 8245 s. Ingleside ave., pastor of the first universalist Church. Other officers elected were Marvin w. Mindes president Robert Ahrens vice president Herbert m. Kraus vice president and Jerome Robbins vice president. In addition Sherman lans user. The Darrow Center which serves the area in and around the Leclaire courts housing project is named for Chicago a famous attorney and humanist who devoted his life to helping the underprivileged. This social work Agency provides Leisure time activity and informal education to All age was elected Secretary and Frank groups. Money troubles be free of Bill worry with one lower payment that fits your income get immediate Relief one place to pay no co signers no red tape a no limit same Day service Short time on Job of we re changing our Price tags we want you to know Why. A a a i i for years the Illinois Central has been proud to operate a suburban service that Many people Call the Best in he world. To keep it this Way we Are continually striving to improve the service and make it attractive to our patrons. During this period our costs have continued to move upward. While a greater portion of our patrons use morning and evening suburban service to and from work we realize that there Are Many More people who could use the service during the Day when trains Are lightly loaded. We Are therefore proposing to initiate a shoppers ticket plan which we Hope will Appeal to Many for daytime trips to and from the Loop. We Hope that this will tend to improve our business during non Rush Auto doctor jewelry we can help you pay these Bills Hospital to amp i i tuition furniture clothing credit Union appliances Loans mortgage bring in your payment books we will do the rest family credit adjustment co. 7434 s. Cottage Grove a 4-4401 under state regulation a your bulletin is an entirely new creation each time it is delivered. Filled with latest Community news pictures and comment it gives you the full account of your neighbourhood in a Way no other medium can match for Speed and scope of news coverage and presentation. Also it offers an unrivalled array of timely shopping tips thru the advertisements of your favorite Community merchants and regular delivery to your door by a dependable Carrier boy. And its All yours for the Small sum he collects each time. What else gives you so much that a new for so Little As does your bulletin newspaper the bulletin Southtown economist publication 439 e. 71st Street Stewart 3-1040 hours and help us serve you better. New plan for shoppers beginning june i we will put into effect a schedule of Low Cost round trip shopper fares Good on All trains arriving at Randolph Street after 9 30 . And leaving Randolph Street before 4 00 . Monday through saturday. The saving to shoppers will be considerable. We Hope that Many of you and your families will try this service and use it again and again. Sample shopper fares Are listed below. The Story of our Cost although we Are hopeful that our shoppers fares will attract some new Revenue we still have problems created by rising expenses. Since we last asked for an increase in suburban fares wage rates and payroll tax rates have both gone up. So have prices of materials and supplies. In this period there have been seven changes in wage rates and fringe benefits All upward. Wage rates have jumped a total of 26 cents an hour increasing the Cost of our 1961 operations More than half a million dollars above what these costs would have been. Payroll tax rate changes and increased material expenses during the same period will increase our 1961 costs by about $170,000. All together the expense of operating our suburban service this year compared to what it would otherwise have been will be up More than $700,000. Ifs better to plug a Small leak you May say this Isnit much Money to a comparison of present and proposed fares big Railroad like the Illinois Central. But when we Are trying to maintain a High level suburban service and have already pared our expenses to the Bone we can to continue to absorb added expense. To us plugging a relatively Small Hole in the levee make better sense than waiting until the whole levee washes away. In most stores when prices change new tags go up on the shelves or Are attached to he merchandise. Hardly anybody asks Why. But with our suburban service its different. Its tradition with us to take our friends into our Confidence. Keeping our service running those who know us Are aware that we think a Long time before reaching a decision to increase suburban fares. Hundreds of thousands of you and even entire communities depend on us to reach the downtown area. Only suburban service like ours keeps other arteries of travel from choking up. We re lighting to keep the City from strangling on its own traffic. We Are sure most of you can see our reason for a modest increase in fares and the Price of Illinois Central electric transportation will continue to be a great bargain. Compare it with private travel by automobile. Compare the time saving Loo. The increase in suburban fares is just enough to cover increased expenses no More. Rightfully we should establish fares High enough to make a fair and reasonable profit. Despite this we Are planning Only a Rock Bottom increase effective june i. From the schedule of fares shown you will see that the new charges will not be a Burden on your family budget. The actual increase is Only 8.2 per cent. On multiple ride and commutation tickets this amounts to Only a few pennies a ride. New shopper s fares round trip to Randolph Street or Van Buren Street adult fare child a fare 53rd Street. .50 .60 1.05 1.25 1 45 1.70 2.15 .25 .30 .55 .65 .75 .85 1.10 115th Street Kensington 137th Street Riverdale Richton. 91st Street so. Chg. .90 .45 1.35 .70 ticket fares Between Randolph Street or Van Buren Street and one Way single fare multiple ride fares commutation fares to ride limit one year 25 ride limit one year 12 ride individual weekly 46 ride individual monthly 54 ride individual monthly pres ent pro posed pres ent pro posed pres ent pro posed pres-1 ent pro posed pres ent pro posed pres ent pro posed 53rd Street. 67th Street. 115th Street Kensington 137th Street Riverdale. Harvey. .30 .35 .62 a .76 .89 1.04 1.31 .32 .38 a .67 .82 .96 1.13 1.42 2.86 3.31 5 93 6 80 7.99 9.13 11.12 3.09 3.58 6 42 7.36 8.65 9.88 12.03 694 8.04 14.04 16.08 18 88 20.88 24.54 7.51 8 70 15 19 17.40 20.43 22.59 26.55 3.11 3.66 5.11 5.52 6.00 6.49 6.83 3 37 3.96 5.53 5.97 6.49 7.02 7.39 11.18 13.18 18.36 19 87 21.60 23.33 24.56 12.10 14.26 19.87 21.50 23.37 25.24 26.58 12.42 14.63 20 42 22.08 24.01 25.94 27.32 13.44 15 83 22.09 23 89 25.98 28.07 29.56 Richton. 91st St. South Chicago. .55 .60 5.24 5.67 12 42 13.44 4.69 5.07 16.91 18.30 18.77 20.31 Blue Island. .83 .90 7.45 8.06 17.62 19.06 5.87 6.35 21.12 22 85 23.46 25.38 a fares prefixed Are subject to Federal tax 10% additional. Illinois Central Electr a i

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