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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 19, 1959, Chicago, Illinois Nigeria better taunt gets o Connor s Irish if in fart the citizens of Lagos. Nigeria have pockets do they have them picked they done to in the first place and if they did they runs one opinion. They do and they done to is another. This dispute quite serious Meed through City Hall last week. On the affirmative Side was ranged police commissioner Timothy j. Of Connor. On the negative argued a local Alder Man Leon m. Despres 5th. The occasion was a budget hearing for the police department before the City councils finance committee. It started when the Alderman said that of Connors finest do not come up to the african City a standards. Not so retorted the policeman. For our $72,630,459, we can have next year Protection every bit As Good As that available in the african City. But said Despres who has just returned from a trip which included Lagos the citizens there can walk the streets without fear of having their purees snatched or the contents of their pockets disappear. This is where the commissioner produced the Quot irrelevant Quot argument. If indeed Lagos has purses to snatch or pockets to pick Chicago a record is every bit As Good As theirs said of Connor. Volume 2, no. 6 10c at Newsstands Chicago Illinois november 19, 1959 published at 4�o9 a 71si St thu St Totri $4040 ceremony to kick off actual Start Winter arrives of clearance in East Englewood immediately after a Public ceremony at 10 30 Friday morning the first building in the land clearance commissions 69th-Stewart project will be demolished. Following speeches by Fred Henderson executive director of the Southtown planning association Benjamin c. Willis superintendent of schools the Rev. Harry Connor president of the Englewood committee for Community action and Phil a. Doyle executive director of the land clearance commission the one Story building at 428 w. 69th St., will be knocked Down and the land cleared. James a Fry president of the Southtown planning association will act As master of ceremonies. Parker High school band will play and students and teachers of Chicago teachers and Wilson or. City colleges and of Parker High school will join the spectators. The 11-acre land clearance project on both sides of fl9th St. Between Normal to the Rock Island Railroad was planned to halt encroaching blight and expand the Campus of Chicago teachers College it is intended also to pro vide needed parking space for students and teachers of the two colleges and the High school. Altogether 5t buildings Are to be razed. The commission already has bought nine of them and is completing Purchase transactions on eight More. A within the limits of such controlling factors As the commissions relocation policy of providing plenty of time for relocation of families to Standard housing we Hope to Complete acquisition relocation and demolition in this project during 1960,�?T Doyle a Aid. The commission maintains a site office at 423 w. 69th St., to provide relocation assistance to residents within the project area. The staff there will help in locating privately owned houses and apartments and will Aid apparently eligible families in the preparation of applications for Public housing according to Doyle. Information is also available there regarding the preparation of claims for relocation Pav ments by residents and owners of businesses Doyle said. After it is cleared the land will be sold at a fair use value to several re developers for school residential and commercial purposes. The commission proposes to sell 5.9 acres to the Board of education for the expansion of facilities for Wilson or. College. Chicago teachers College and Parker elementary and High have Chance to be South Side champs less than a month ago Indian summer brought out youngsters into local Parks by the hundreds on Columbus Day. Last week the Parks were deserted As the thermometer plunged to three degrees above Zero to be followed by two and a half inches of Snow freezing bus riders exchanged comments about Quot january in november the Snow piled in drifts such As these on the Basket behind the bulletin office 439 e. 71st St., before changing in turn into slush and ice and finally melting away. Two Young men from this area Are to fight in the semifinal bouts tonight in the 29th annual boxing tournament sponsored by the Catholic youth organization. If Ronald Taylor 520 w. 77th St., at left and famous Power 1365 e. 62nd St., emerge victorious tonight they will be South Side champions and will have a Chance at the City Crown which will be awarded Early next month. Today s contest is to take place in the Lions club 4306 North. Seven other boxers from this area entered the contest but have been eliminated. They Are Steve Green 7006 Rhodes Boyd Jordon 6912 Michigan Paul Bailey 852 e. 63rd St. James Dove 6437 Kimbark Roy Terry 437 e. 60th St. Billy Mclaurin 6032 Wabash and to Darden 6816 Perry. Radio s Bible lecturer Dies members of his congregation and other residents Are filing this week past the body of the Rev. S. P. Dunn As he lies in state at the Church of god 62nd St. And Langley. Three wakes will have been held for the minister before final rites and burial sunday afternoon. The first took place last night in the Sanctuary from 8 to 10 ., and will be followed by services at 8 Tonight tomorrow and saturday. The Rev. E. J. Morris jr., assistant minister will conduct final services at 2 Sunday and the Rev. Raymond s. Jackson of Detroit mich., will deliver the Eulogy. The Rev. Or. Dunn who had been pastor of the local Church for the last 39 years died in Billings Hospital last week after an extended illness. The 79 Vear old Churchman known for his sunday Bible lectures Over radio station a Cal appeared on the air weekly for 15 years until he became ill several months ago. Surviving Are the widow mrs. Maggie Dunn 719 e. 62nd St. A brother and three Foster children. Burial will be in Lincoln cemetery. Schools whose Campus is located next to the project. Twenty seven dwellings and several shops also Are planned. The net redevelopment Cost of the project that is the Cost of acquiring the buildings Relo eating the families and Demou Ishing the buildings less the amounts the commission receives from re developers for the land is estimated at $1500.000. Quits after 50 years a Man who has worked Here most of his life retired after 50 Vears at Englewood High school 6201 Stewart. Frank j. Mcadams was an Engineer custodian in the school system for 56 years All but six of them As chief Engineer custodian at Englewood. His final Day hero was nov. 2, exactly 50 years from the Day he began at the school. Mcadams and his wife. Helen plan a vacation in Florida and will eventually Settle in California. Centennial pageant scheduled for Friday both the a backward glance and the a Forward look aspects of the Woodlawn Centennial motto Are to be presented in the pageant scheduled to take place Friday at 8 In Wadsworth minister physician consecrated Bishop last sunday a a it a really the Sarrie this is the opinion voiced by George Duncan Hinkson 7024 Indiana about the practice of Medicine and. Ministry. He was explaining Why he has been functioning simultaneously As the unpaid pastor of St. Augustine a african orthodox Church 5831 Indiana and As a a Ner Logist on the staff of provident Hospital. And he was telling his Story of a third Job he was taking on last sunday that of Bishop of his denomination. A you just have to learn to Delegate authority a he said trying to act nun t for How he plans to squeeze in All three roles into the same 24 hours that men holding Down Only one such position have at their disposal. Only once did his duties As a doctor and a minister conflict he so id. This was when a baby arriving before its time called him away from a funeral. Actually there was no conflict in his mind about what he should do even on that occasion. A you cannot help the dead you can Only Comfort the living a or. Hinkson accounted for his philosophy. A that baby would t the consecration services were performed by Gladstone St. Clair nurse primate of the african orthodox Creed. Tailor his Mother a Public school principal. Young Hinkson attended elementary school in Barbados Aud. Received his secondary schooling from tutors. In 1929 he immigrated to the United states where he entered Wilberforce University Xenia He worked As a Campus Handyman until he was graduated in 1933 with a Bachelor of science degree. He received a scholarship to Oberlin College Oberlin o., where he studied theology and received a master of arts degree in 1936. For the next two years he was a student at Union theological Seminary in new York City. Or. Hinkson served As Dean of theology at Paul Quinn College Waco tex., until he entered the Weh Fry it medical school in Nashville Tenn. He also served As pastor of St. Andrewes presbyterian Church there. He received his medical degree a in Chicago and joined the staff the Cook county medical end in 1942, served his internship at Homer g. Phillips Hospital St. Louis and then began to practice in Gary. While there he also served As the assistant to the pastor of Kelly methodist Church. In 1950, he established offices of provident Hospital As a specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology in 1055 he was ordained a priest. He is married to the former Clareon Jones. Or. Hinkson is a member of Illinois state medical societies a fellow of the american association for the advancement of Sci ence and the american College of obstetrics and gynaecologists and a member of the american . School 6420 University according to Floyd Mulkey 6108 Kim bark chairman of the Centennial committee. The first scene of the review is to show James Wadsworth after he had built his Home on site that is now the Corner of 63rd to. And Woodlawn. Even though the Region was then an empty wilderness some Miles South of the City of Chicago. Wadsworth had Faith that he had placed himself in the path of Progress and he was con Vinced that he would have a part in making the wilderness into a flowering Garden Mulkey said another Early scene shows the organization of the first Church in Woodlawn. The Woodlawn Park presbyterian Church was organized at a Home meeting on Jan. 19, 1885. The thermometer registered 22 degrees below Zero. Among the charter members of the new Church were or. And mrs. James Wadsworth and their 10-year-old daughter Alice. Or. And mrs. E. A. Wagner jr., take the parts of or. And mrs. Wadsworth and Laurie Arnold 6032 Ellis ave., takes the part of Alice Wadsworth. All the characters of this scene Are members of first presbyterian Church 6400 Kimbark. Wagner is the grandson of one of the charter members of the Woodlawn Park presbyterian Church. Script for the pageant was written by Lee Herbert Salisbury 6104 Kimbark and Mary Elizabeth Vroman Gibson 6640 Minerva. The announcement Board in or Hinkson was born on the front 0f a a Fri Brick St. Augus Island of Barbados British West indies May 2. 1907, one of 12 a a Quot a Church a pm Al children. His late father was a a vent last sunday. Before to lib cirt Mony starts the consecrating Bishop directs dories in forming the procession. Almost All gave the Acme Carton co., 5950 state reported sunday that 93.6 per cent of its employees participated in the crusade for mercy in making the announcement company president Michael Mitchell said he hoped for 100 per cent next year. A it was our first said Mitchell a and we thought we d gel about 50 per cent Par ticipation.1 Philip a Clarke chairman of the crusade singled out Acme As a top nominee for an employee generosity award a a Banner presented to a select number of firms in the 56 Trade divisions. About to undergo the actual consecration rites Hinkson prostrate himself full length on the floor Tevere the altar. The Bishop elect Center pauses to offer a prayer. He was led through the different Steps of the ritual by Bishop nurse at right. At loft is on assistant. In his office or. Hinkson on tuesday gives instructions to assistants Bertheena Buckingham 301 w. 65th St. Standing and Almina Mcwilson 7555 Perry. Here s How to get extra Cash for Christmas elect rec trains sleds wafers. Bicycles end All Ether toys Are easily Seld now thru the wait ads gather up All of tha toys that year children have eat grown and sell them with a Low Cost Auu Itin want to cell the Altaher and Tell her you have a Quot Christmas she will help Yea write your and. It a easy Aad Yew la have extra Cash Lor Christmas. Call today Stewart 3-1040

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