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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 8, 1967, Chicago, Illinois By in dedication of a new Advance in technological education. Or. James f. Redmond general superintendent of schools and leaders in the Field of Public education were present at the Hinton studio 644 w. 71st to dedicate the first Pilot project in the closed circuit television circuit to be instituted in Chicago Publ a schools. The project involves the Hinton Banneker Parker Wentworth and Yale elementary schools participants viewed the closed circuit system in operation during the dedication speech Given by superintendent Redmond i and later viewed a live instructional program broadcast by the studio following the dedication ceremonies. The Hinton studio is completely equipped with broadcasting apparatus 2 and is self contained to broadcast to neighbouring schools in the Cluster through the use of Illinois Bell cables. Viewing the lesson presented on the closed circuit system in a reception following the dedication with or. Redmond 3rd from rare i. To a Reginald Hayes dist. Director closed circuit to Elizabeth Collins teacher at Hinton Thomas d. Mcelroy dist. Coordinator closed circuit to Carol Nolan to consultant and James e. Dwyer principal of the Hinton school 644 w. 71st. The closed circuit Cluster is scheduled to begin operation monday nov. 6. The spiralling cos plan Middle income housing construction Englewood first a Las vegas Winner a mrs. Irma Sanders a see Story Page 3an Advance in modern education at the Hinton a school studio of teen payoffs thirty year mortgage All of the Early signs of War and had to be kicked in our expansive personal economies before we could Start to re tool. I think last Summers nationwide sociological explosions has Given us a needed impetus and while we Are slow in out counter attacks never the Les we Are Mak no a some moves to reinforce on own Little p Cees l of Domain. For Shrub locally Park Manor h a already issued a Public statement of declaration of intention to bib fight hand to hand Street to Street. If Neces by sary to preserve ifs status quo. As described in last weeks bulletin Park Manor has already begun action to Institute a citizens patrol such As ifs neighbor to the East South Shore. Erroneously described As a a vigilante by a daily paper the citizens patrols which have received Only plaudits by the police and City officials Are simply a remedial answer to continued open warfare staged on the streets in Broad Daylight by armed teen agers. If my history serves me right vigilantes were angered groups of citizens who broke the Law themselves by effecting both arrest and punishment to offending but ofttimes innocent victims. Today a citizens patrols Are also aroused citizens but they merely serve As auxiliary eyes and ears to the police and the responsible adults. If the Park Manor plan is set up like the South Shore plan it will mean that soon radio equipped civilian cars will be cruising about the streets of Park Manor each night reporting by radio to a Central base any activity that requires police attention. How any mature intelligent adult can Knock such a Volunteer plan of Community Protection is beyond me. Whenever i hear adults spending valuable time and Effort pointing to and placing fault As to Why teen agers break the Law at will i am reminded of a Long ago read Story called a the offered As science fiction the Story deals with an attempted takeover of he country by an alien Power thru the use of living matter which attached itself to the base of the human spine and thus affected control of the human body. Sometimes i wonder if these living slugs Are already in control of some of our Community a adults when they continue to Parrot meaningless phrases of defense for liminal behaviour. Sometimes i wonder if these obliging adults realize and understand that the crimes committed by criminal Een agers Are the same crimes that Send adult offenders to our state institutions. I wonder if these adults still feel the same after one of their in loved ones Are struck Down by juvenile malcontent the reasoning that teen gangs have always existed is no defense for today a highly organized anti social behaviour. To continue to appease and pay extortion to the gangs is a mistake that will Cost ten times Over in property damage and Oung lives. The government must feel pretty silly along with ome of our weak kneed adults with one of its $6500 Dollar a year Ang pay rollers sitting in jail charged with the murder of a 15-year old youth. We have too Long restrained our own hands and tied the i dices. I would rather fight than give give and give some 9th year. No. 51�?week of nov. 8 thru nov. 14, 1967 prestige newspaper in a prestige Community published at 639 e. 71st St., Stewart 3-1040 Price 10c per copy a by Charles Smith fifteen single family dwellings Bungalow and bile Vel types ranging in prices from $17,500 to $18,100 Are scheduled to be constructed in Englewood beginning sometime this month according to a Golden agers play proud open House hosts nov. 12 Yale ugh exhibits photo Art prize works of Art will fill the eyes of the beholder during a photographic exhibition and open House at Yale upper Grade Center and Parker Branch High school 7010 Princeton the bulletin has been informed. Yale and Parker have themed the american education week Observance a take a Good look a mrs. Galatea d. Eubanks Parent coordinator disclosed. A we have arranged to have a special exhibition from the state of Illinois called a buildings of Illinois As one of the weeks major features. A the photographic exhibition and classrooms Are open to visitors during the weeks Observance a mrs. Eubanks added. The exhibit opened nov. 6 and will continue through nov. To. Tom Siedis social studies and language arts instructor is serving As chairman. A a preview showing and luncheon for principals and school Community representatives of District 20 will be a special highlight on tuesday nov. 7 at 1 30 .,�?� mrs. Eubanks revealed. Open House night is nov. 8, 7 30 to 9 30 Narrator for the special attractions will be Harold Bradley jr., curator of the state exhibit. Award recipient these three gentlemen played leading roles during the thirty Fourtin annual dinner held wednesday oct. 25, at pick Congress hotel and sponsored by the cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce. Serving As general chairman and master of ceremonies was state representative 29th District Lewis a. H. Caldwell 6518 Minerva right. A. L. Foster jr., Center received an award while Sid Ordower left smiles approvingly. An overflow audience attended the annual banquet where Berkeley g. Burrell president National business league was the main speaker. He spoke about a the new Price is business Frontier if the lore at the time of this writing a Small group of concerned citizens i Auburn Park Are fighting a losing Battle to raise sufficient ands to re open Auburn Park Myca. At the present time the Ici Lity is being used As a Headquarters for a a nation of gangs seems like there is funds for the gang activities but not enough it a the entire Community. What a left for the non gang member Brand new edifice a Pride Joy by Marion b. Campfield Kershaw school offers program on nov. 14,21 highlighting the growth and development of boys and girls Kershaw school 6450 Lowe will present a program nov. 14, 21, at i ., for parents Community residents and friends. Principal speaker for the event which will be known As Hygiene for boys and girls is slated to Rev. Clyde Allison 6701 Emerald. Or Herbert Odom 6306 hasted will also deliver an address according to mrs. Camille Presswood 6650 Peoria a Prev. Allison will try to give a moral Outlook on the growth and development of boys and Zafli double wedding ceremony or. And mrs. Terence Turner newlyweds recently enjoyed the unique distinction of being married by two ministers from two different denominations on their wedding Day saturday oct. 21. Daring the wedding Cere Church 7740 Eberhart. The bridal couple was harried by pastor Dickerson a lutheran minister and father Clements of St. Dorothy a Church. The Bride is the former Charlotte Dunlap. Happy faces wreathed in Broad smiles will Welcome a horde of visitors and Mutual friends sunday nov. 12 when senior citizens residing in their Brand new Home at 655 w. 65th, play proud a open House hosts. A a they re eagerly looking Forward to what we All have dubbed a the red letter Day in their lives. Their new Homes and recreation facilities Are their Pride and Joy a mrs. Lucille m a d k i a management aide told the Englewood bulletin Early this week. A although we be Only occupied the building for six months already we be begun classes in millinery sewing Urban living needlecraft and learning for living mrs. Mad Kin added. Mrs. Madkins corps of competent teachers a she a a graduate of Ray Vogue school of designing a include mesdames Stover Cook county Home economist mrs. Beasley Public school teacher and mrs. Cannon Volunteer resident teacher. Joseph gr1ttani is manager of the senior citizens new housing. Enthusiastic herself Over the excellent facilities the Home affords mrs. Madkin also revealed there is a game room Library stocked by the Chicago Public Library a Coffee room recreation area and solarium. In addition friends and neighbors enjoy a a Koffee Klatsch every wednesday morning a thanksgiving dinner and a a we re looking Forward to a Christmas Celebration a mrs. Madkin added. A fall of us feel very fortunate to be a part of this Community. We have found Larry Bernstein executive Secretary of the Englewood businessmen a association and his associates very generous to our a senior Center through donations of equipment. Mrs. Madkin gave equally As lavish Praise to 17th Ward Alderman William Shannon who through his organization an announcement made by mayor Daley Early last week. Locations of the proposed new Homes Are 501-07 w. 57th pm. 5940 May 6031 Carpenter 6006, 6332 Loomis 6200-02 Justine 6806-6808 Racine and 7040 Elizabeth. Sponsored by the Chicago dwelling association the proposed Homes Are a continuing building program that is being carried out in the Englewood area. Last year 90 new Homes for Middle income families were also completed in the area under the auspices of cd. However mayor Daley emphasized that these new houses will be the first Ever to be financed mortgaged by a National insurance company for people in a inner City neighbourhood. According to the mayor the new three bedroom Homes will be financed by great lakes mortgage corporation an affiliate of the metropolitan life insurance reputedly one of the largest insurance companies in the country. Housing officials stated that these houses Are the kind required by persons earning Between seven and ten thousand dollars annually. Persons desiring the $18,100 will be required to give $800 Down payment and pay $140 monthly under a 30 year mortgage which will include interest taxes and insurance. Reportedly great lakes mortgage corporation is prepared to commit three and a half million dollars for mortgage investment in a a risk areas sectors where it would be almost impossible to get financing under the regular investment practices. In response to president Johnson a message of sept. 12 where he announced a billion Dollar National insurance invest m e n t program great lakes is said to be the first financial investment of this kind by any insurance company. Stating that the City is working with three other insurance companies for similar commitments mayor Daley added a this program of new construction coupled with our Pho g r a in s for rehabilitation should contribute directly to providing new Homes and Good housing in All of our the Homes scheduled for construction in Englewood Are among 200 new single and duplex Homes that will be built in other parts of the City under the present plan. Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust company will provide financing for 25 of the Homes outside of Englewood area. Discussing the mayors plan mrs. Grace Edwards 5950 Loomis Secretary of concerned citizens of Englewood said a this is a wonderful idea As Long As they Are Small dwelling a i do not a stressed mrs. Edwards a favor High rises in this also Hery Wilson 6508 Sangamon Secretary of Englewood Community organization said today a fight against organized teen crime is somewhat reminiscent of the beginning of world War ii in that we ignored to help Home buyers

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