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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 4, 1967, Chicago, Illinois And just Plain meddling Man Heads some folks just Plain done to know when they Are Well off. And this appears particularly True in and about folks in the sixth Ward. I have never seen so Many concerned folks As i have in the past two weeks since i aired the de. A Uca Ted and widely circulated Rumor that senator Charles Chew or. Could be the next Ward commit Jpn Jas by Teeman. Of has seems to me like everybody and his or her brother has come Forward to express a whole hat full of a Ward righteous indignation de f crying that such a Fate could befall Good old Bob As a matter grm of fact these Are some of the same to drive an Englewood resident has a Pilot role in the 1967 Christmas Seal Appeal. Levert King 6545 Union will Lead Community activities As chairman. King is the assistant executive for program at the South town Myca. This is his first year As a Christmas Seal chairman. Co chairmen Are Robert Hill and Oscar Mcguire also of 6545 Union. Commented King a i get a Chest a Ray yearly at a Mobile a Ray unit which Christmas seals help support. As Christ Agenda on slate asked if the Bank will attempt to open oct. 3, Montgomery told the bulletin a it All depends on How much Money we have at the Folk that stayed Home from the polls in february and Mas Seal chairman i feel that i i j a. V. A Ai j can make More of a contrib watched Bob s Aldermani Post being wrestled away on to the eradication of to from him by a a Young Man who knows the problems and than i can As an How to solve in february it seemed so popular to to to Appeal is co a Tecl ,., ,.,. By the tuberculosis Institute of be against any and everybody who had an organizational Chicago and Cook county. War Label regardless of past performances and goals. Now Ren w. Lebeck general chair comes october and we find that some of the problems Man of the Chicago area Cam-.,a to to again announced Kings a that the Young Man was going to solve Are still Point men. Around and we Start to get a faint chill and Frost around the 1967 Christmas Seal a our political hearts brought about by a a too Little a a too peal it Jle 61f. Anjou a officially i z. It Rea i e. Ujj opens nov. 14 and will continue late political growth. Now the sixth Ward is ready to do through december. Last year its own housecleaning when an a a outsiders appears to be a record $1,034,577 was contrib knocking on the door. It just seems a Little late so that there will be no misunderstanding As to where i stand it was no secret to anyone in the sixth Ward that i have always worked for and supported Bob Miller. I feel now As i did in february that there was no one better qualified As Alderman for the sixth Ward than Bob Miller and i still feel that if bobs so called friends had worked As hard for bobs election As Bob had worked for them then Bob would still be Alderman today. However if a will not help the Ward today give a for the Blind preparing for a Candy Day oct. 6, these prominent lion club members get a Little rehearsal to show just what ifs going to be like when the stand on Corners and solicit funds from the Public. The above scene took place at soul town Myca 6545 Union. Proceeds from this charitable event will be used to Benefit the Blind. Lining up from left arc Gerald j. Of Connor principal Yale school 7025 Princeton Harold Miles commander. Seventh police District 6120 Racine Richard Klavohn Claude Bryan 6404 11 aisle and William Kuntz 6545 Union former director soul town a by a. Used by the Public the bulletin Learned. Programs for retarded at two area Parks classes got underway this week for mentally handicapped Young people at two area Parks covered by the bulletin i am told that there is and will be Strong opposition Englewood and Southside to any outsider taking Over the wards committeeman newspapers. Ship if there is to be a change. I am also told they Anu among 19 in the ,. Y ,0chicago Park District which that there is More than casual opposition to senator we provide supervision and Chews appointment to this Post. Specially trained recreation for Early this week i was visited by a Small Dele a cell do in ases free and older Tion of sixth Ward precinct captains who Felt the need to express a vote of Confidence in Bob Miller. During the 90th pl., and at Ogden 6500 recourse of the meeting these captains developed the Cile they consist of swim theme that if Chew is appointed As committeeman they ig�?�8woodfhop, rect of Quot a Baton will do everything in their Powers to prevent such a twirling As Well As other Spe move. Their reasoning was that the sixth Ward had sent scially designed activities. Chew to Springfield to watch their interests there and a he rec Eatlo a 4 Nui a Rui 4 j ates monday through thursday his value As a senator will be lessened if he has to spend with classes in the afternoon his valuable time administering to a Ward. And evening. Children provide one spokesman for group likened Chew to a Bull to parksitet131 01�?T la in the China closet in that he was spreading bad re however t ii e but Humours biting the hand that helped him and failing to tin was informed car pools to exercise his legislative duties. These same captains also accommodate the children Occa complained that if such a move was in the offing the signally have been arranged by parents matter should have been discussed with them first. The a meeting ended with a Promise to unite behind someone protect youngsters else already in the sixth Ward organization. One name the thoughtful Driver always arose time and time again. Knows what to do when a another source representing an i depend say ent faction swears that sixth Ward independents will ens his Lookout for youngsters also unite to support a Man already in the sixth Ward Vvhs might be on their Way to a1 Xuy o Nuoi i a and from school. Slow Down in other than senator Chew. Strangely enough Alderman school zones there Are Many Raynert a name never entered either of these two Decla occasions when a child a safety rations. Committeeman Miller has maintained a dignified silence throughout the present Rumor Battle. He stated that he is the committeeman and any change has to come from the chairman of the democratic Central committee one Richard Daley. To add my one and a half cents i am convinced that there could be a change in the sixth Ward and i am of the opinion that Bob Miller will be shifted to a position of greater responsibility than a committeeman. He has earned and deserves greater recognition. Bob is in the prime of his political life Chicago needs Bob Miller Florida is for old men. As for senator Chew i would suggest that he pick his political moves and associates with great care. More than most people i am aware of Charlies personal political magnetism but a United sixth Ward could prove a jaw breaker for even the strongest jaws. Observe Neph at work proclaiming oct. 1-7 As National employ the physically handicapped week in Illinois governor Otto Kerner recently pointed out that nearly 309,000 disabled persons were employed during the past year. Nevertheless there must be continued Effort to open employment opportunities for the handicapped and for educating the general Public As encouraging disabled persons. Taking a Cue from the governors proclamation these employment Counselor Are stressing his message to employers everywhere. The scene was at Englewood Urban Progress Center 839 w. 64th St., and Counselor Are from left mrs. Florence Wilkinson manager Illinois state employment service Englewood up Jacob r. Banach veterans employment representative and Emlyn bloc Kin Counselor Job corps specialist. Employment officials announced that 6,224 handicapped persons have registered with the employment service As of july 31. All employers Are urged to list their Job openings with the Illinois state employment service. Issues of vital concern and of grave importance to the Englewood Community will be explored and methods to Correct or alleviate them will be of major consideration Friday oct. 6 when the Englewood Community organization convenes. The organizations regular monthly meeting will be held at greater St. John . Church 6201 Throop. Eco president Rev. David e. Readye told the Bull Etin Early this week that a a we have a full Agenda of commission reports on matters with which we All Are gravely concerned. Quot we expect to find through this meeting avenues to reach needed solutions and methods by which they can be obtained with expediency. A your major concerns Are education welfare youth with membership and development of our organization along with planning and conservation other areas of immediate concern a Prev. Readye added. At the same time a drawing will be held for All the participating groups in the Back to school Parade. Prizes have been donated by the 16th Ward democratic organizations. Plans for the nov. 6 meeting also will be discussed the bulletin was told. Friday nights meeting scheduled for 7 30 p.m., will find the membership concerned with the following commission reports a. Education commission mrs. Patrica Lewis commission mrs. Emma Green c. Membership and development mrs. Emma Parks d. Planning and conservation Henry Wilson eco director commission. Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Battles. Rev. Readye in stressing the importance of a full membership attendance at this meeting said the deadline for membership and eligibility for the 1968 election of the Englewood Community organization also will be explained in detail. A we Are urging that we have too per cent representation. These issues confront us and it is the duty of All eco members to attend stand up and be counted a he asserted. Although Montgomery said information about stockholders and other matters will be released at a later Date this did not Rule out the possibility of seeking an Extension of the oct. I deadline to acquire the $250,000 goal originally set. Other members of the organizing committee Are Henry Hardwick Foster Park executive of Talman Bank and vice president of Southwest Community organization Robert Dwyer realtor Peter Fitzpatrick attorney head of mayors commission on human relations Lewis Crosby Community Leader Robert Miller sixth Ward committeeman and George Mccoy insurance broker. Members of organization for the Southwest Community Are Rev. Gordon Irvine 8624 Sangamon president Harry Hardwick 7727 Peoria vice president Jerome Frazel 10036 Winchester Secretary and George Mccoy 2023 w. 108th pl., treasurer. The proposed Bank is expected to supplant Mutual Bank formerly located at 7811 hated for Many years. Mutual Bank closed when it merged with Lasalle National Bank in july. Consequently a banking institution void has been created in the Community according to reports from Osc. Montgomery said the Bank will consist of an integrated staff and an integrated Borad of directors. Emphasizing a we Are going to Endeavor to have a negro chief executive Montgomery said adding a but we will have to shop around for that kind of Man with the Money that we have in keeping with present plans the proposed Bank will offer every banking facility to Englewood Auburn Park and surrounding area residents and businessmen. These include Auto business College Home and mortgage Loans. Waxing enthusiastic and confident Over the Prospect of the Bank Montgomery concluded a this Bank will be a Success because it will be devoted to serving the needs of the people in Auburn Park Englewood and other neighbouring Englewood resident wins signal Honor will be in your hands. We re sorry last week in a legend under the caption a grand opening of Howard a clothes the address was erroneously reported As 6459 Halsted. Howard a is located at 6359 Halsted. Our a slip showed again when we reported that Robert Norfleet is furniture store manager. Norfleet is furnishings Salesman. The store is one of the e n g i new o o d Community a leading clothing establishments and enjoys excellent rapport throughout the area. Getting to know you in line with the theme a getting to know you Many parents teachers and friends met in a series of meetings held at Yale Parker Branch High school 7010 Princeton tuesday sept. 26. Stopping by for a Little Chat in Between the meeting were from left mrs. Verna i Fillmore. 432 w. 72nd St a mrs. Connie minor 7114 Parnell or. J. A. Russell principal or. And mrs. Warren Shelby 6601 Lowe. Included on the program were a choral rendition by seventh and eight Grade groups a skit and selection by a ninth grader. A group discussion followed the program. A signal Honor has been accorded one of Englewood a prominent residents Irwin s. Thornton r. Member of directors of 5933 Eliza Beth re elected to office for the 1967-69 term was selected from a slate of nominees presented to the association members for a mail ballot vote. The installation ceremony was held during the presidential banquet of the 87th annual convention meeting at the Chase Park Plaza hotel St. Louis mo., sept. 27-29. Owner and manager of Thornton a prescription pharmacy 6 e. Garfield Thornton is a 1930 graduate of the University of Illinois College of pharmacy. Professionally he is a member of the Illinois pharmaceutical association the Chicago retail druggists association and the Chicago pharmacists association. A former president of the Chicago pm. A., Thornton also is a member of the legislative and professional relations committee of the Ipha and a supervisor of the Coda. Active in his Community As Well the distinguished Engle Woodman serves As one of the organizers and a former director of the Peoples consumer cooperative and the Peoples Coop credit Union. He also is a former boy scout commissioner and scoutmaster. Auburn Park Bank maps plans for first integrated Board business interests of everyone major aim world famous author and Speed and vigor because a playwright Victor Hugo once group of men Are of the opinion observed a a there a nothing in that the time has come for a the world As powerful As an Bank with an integrated Effi idea whose time has client Board to a serve the Busi published a a 639 St., St Wirt 3-1040 Price 10c per copy 9th to Tum week of oct. 4 thru oct. 11,1967 this saying May be applied in Pari Community a Quot to a prestige newspaper in a prestige Community therefore in cooperation a a a with the organization for the a Mem rams m m m m Southwest Community 747 w. Man an a is m a i ii i my i 79th members of the organic eco to weigh vital Community hmm met of original deadline to raise these funds was oct. I. October 6 meet five Point interviewed by the bulletin a two Days before the deadline attorney James Montgomery 9717 Union chairman of the organizing committee said a was of today sept. 29 we have $180,000 in pledges and we Hope to get the remaining $70,000 by oct. 3.�?� nit picking politicking Englewood shifting scenes issues during updated stating a a now Day confronts us with tis particular needs am challenges a Salem lutheran Church 7356 Calumet will sponsored a rally Day sunday oct. I at 9 30 am to open the remodeler educational building for the Church school students members and friends of Salem. According to Samuel Rhone superintendent of sunday Church school a a tiny Tot Nursery has been added for the convenience of parents who wish to attend the 9 30 or la am workshop continuing a Long time tradition a statement of purpose at Salem indicates a we Are the heirs of the labors of courageous men and women who bravely and sacrificially built three times that future generations might be served. We Are proud of this

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