Bulletin Newspaper Archives May 28 1964, Page 3

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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 28, 1964, Chicago, Illinois To of , thursday. May 2r, 1964 conservation program progressing rapidly in Southeast Englewood work in which private lenders Are willing to invest. Owners in a conservation area such As this Are Are eligible Tor Fua insured Low interest rate mortgages under Section 220 of the National housing act combining their present property indebtedness with the Cost of dents of the area in assisting the i director of the Dur office in City in this effoi4. Englewood. A the Success of the Southeast Englewood program depends upon a the goal of the program is tile whole he Art cd support and Par the voluntary improvement by the Tiei pation of every member of the i Over 900 owners who will remain Community tenants property in the area. Owners businessmen and Iasi to a this goal is set by the co National leaders Quot says Joseph Evans Unity and provides the Frame ing with the people of the Community in the rebuilding of Southeast Englewood. The City through its department of Urban renewal is responsible for carrying out this tremendous program. The Englewood conservation Council headed by Ernest leaner 7350 Lafayette represents Resi by Hurley Green what is happening in Southeast Englewood Southeast Englewood is rebuilding workout buildings Are being Tom Down playgrounds Are being expanded new Parks Are being created and streets Are being adjusted to new residential requirements. New Homes and apartment buildings Are being built old Homes and buildings Are being renovated and modernized. Public and private funds Are being put to work to renew this Community. All of these activities arc taking place within the framework of a $9.6 million federally aided neighbourhood conservation program. A a the City of Chicago and the Federal government Are co operate t1ie Cine ago Branch a act will be the beneficiary when Isabel j. Johnson presents the Elizabeth Hall singers at 2 ., sunday june 7, at Mccormick place. Personalized hair style Duke s Salon coif Feur the new rises High specializing in tinting cutting styling the v Hula p tilts in Tims w Ith the recent beginning of demolition of a group of dilapidated buildings located Iii the 7ttb Block of Vincennes ave., tile department of Urban renewals conservation program for Southeast Englewood shifted into High gear. Tile program for the area was approved by tin Federal government Iii june 1963 and Steps were taken to organize and put it into execution. 203 acres Are to be rehabilitated and 40 acres Are to be cleared for Parks and housing redevelopment. Lewis. Hill Duk Deputy commissioner explains that tile program Bas made possible the remold of some of the most dilapidated structures Iii the Englewood . Rossius pizza cd cd project Marquette tit delivered h-0-t charge 25c from 1023 e. 79th phone St 3-2711 serve 2-3 4 5 a-7 All our pizzas Are made fresh amp baked to order sausage $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 mushroom 2.00 3.00 4.00 Green Pepper 2.00 3.00 4.00 Anchovy 2.00 3.00 4.00 garlic or onion 2.00 3.00 4.00 a amp a 2.00 3.00 4.00 cheese 2.00 2.50 3.50 extra ingredients .50 1.00 1.00 Pepperoni pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 shrimp pizza 2.50 4.00 5.00 Coney Island 3.00 5.00 5.00 fr�-4 Tom open daily 4 To 2 Fri. Amp sat. 4 To 3 . Sunday 2 To 2 . M Chicken boxes 20 pieces in box___4.7s to pieces in box_____2.45 French Fries order.25 Barb a baby Back ribs with Cele slow French 1 Friet bread and butter. Englewood conservation area a Fried Chicken with Cole Slaw French Frei bread and _ shrimp or Lake Perch free slow bread amp butter Cole Slaw our own tasty recipe pint 50c quart 90c Honor two traffic cops i%1 Slimmer session under the guidance of regular faculty members of the school separate summer programs Are offered by the Nursery school the elementary school and the nigh school. Applicants for admission need not have attended the Laboratory schools previously. Atm profit Primat initiative cypert Dos Ign provides spacious living room and dining room for varied furniture arrangement Aud gracious entertaining Iii Englewood Manor apartments 3071st St., now renting for August occupancy. The Smithtown planning association using funds made Avail Able by the Federal housing authority developed this private housing Oil a non profit basis making possible luxury features Al unusually Low rentals. Officers Aud directors of Englewood Manor apartments serve gratuitously. They Are bulletin publisher Bruce Sagan labor Leader Russell Easley. Sears store manager Kenneth e. Avidin Chicago City Bank president w. Norbert Engles and Rev. David e. Ready president of the Englewood i Nam Unity organization. The Nursery school summer program is very relaxing and informal. The children have opportunities to climb on Large equipment ride on wheel toys work n the Garden play in the wading Pool and look at Bucks and listen to stories. The Nursery school has its own buildings and special playgrounds at 5750 Woodlawn. Application May be made for any boy or Gill who will be three or four years old on or before nov. 30, 1964. The elementary program does not carry school credit but provides excellent Opportunity for Rich learning experiences in homeroom science laboratories at and shop rooms and the Library supplemented by dramatic and music activities Field trips and swimming instruction in the school Pool. Any boy or girl from those ready to enter kindergarten to those who Are entering the 8th Grade May apply for admission. In poultry it reasonable prices dressed free to order plan Talent show for child care Robert Mcdowell 6041 St. Lawrence mrs. Marjorie a. Strong 325 e. 72nd St., and mrs. Montrose p. Tate 6125 Rhodes. The Chicago child care society located at 5467 University has been in existence since 1849. Tile Volunteer service Guild is the first All negro organization formed in an Effort to help the society. In the High school both credit and non cred to courses and activities Are offered. Relatively Small classes and warm weather make possible some outdoor sessions. Flexibility of scheduling facilitates Field trips which form an integral part of several courses. The courses include creative writing full years credit in French i and French la advanced geometry evolution and the history of modern Man the negro revolution in the United states physics chemistry Driver education College note hand developmental Reading drawing painting and photography sewing and dressmaking jazz workshop. Chew to give history talk round table save we will repair any . Set you bring into our shop for Only. Yes Only includes All parts amp labor except picture tube fancy Young Charles Chew jr., Alderman 17th Ward will discuss a Spain and Progress sunday at 4 In the Washington Park Myca 5000 Indiana. This is the 13th lecture in the second series of negro history round table discussions 1963-64. Theme of the series is a the dynamics and the shaping of negro history. Today a yesterday and Ald. Chew an Independent Democrat is a member of the following committees in City Council License utilities Bridges and walks forestry Public safety traffic and recreation. He introduced the open occupancy Bill which was passed by City Council. He is a native of Greenville miss., and a graduate of Tuskegee Institute. Roasting hens the summer session begins june 29th and runs weeks. Classes Are in the morning Only. Limited time Only hours daily 8 30 until 7 $ open sunday until 3 A Carfi c farm i old old products i wholesale amp retail a % 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A 3-4161 j for information and applications Contact the Laboratory school the University of Chicago Chicago 37, Midway 3-0800 ext. 2564 radio to parts and service discount stores 8640 s. Cottage Grove a phone to 3 6600 hours la .-9 Saturday 10-6 sunday 11-3

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