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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 6, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Reed shades Black Power to read a Black seeking a rallying Point to me has created within the unify millions of Black people ranks of Black people the Type n this country David r. Reed of disunity that has perpetual the bulletin thursday oct. 6, 1966 probe teen woes High rises at Park Manor oct. Meet 700 b East 87th St. Phone 874-7400 Independent Republican Canti late from the first con ression District has recommended substituting the term Black a regress for the controversial Logan Black Power. A it is perfectly Clear a said teed a that the term Black cd the Lack of Progress of Black people to this he added a i say for the Sake of Unity that we adopt the term Blanca Progress As our Battle cry and As our goal. Black Progress is in essence the goal of the Black a Ower though not offensive to revolution in America. A it Means Progress in every area of american life it Means Progress economically socially and politically. Black Progress is the goal of the most militant and the most conservative of our Black concluded a let Black tart wearing a new Garrison pc pc unify under the Banner Chicago police set new look Chicago a police cadets will Low have new look. The departments 271 cadets will of Black Progress and enter the greatest struggle in this nations history for the first time Iype two tone Cap replacing the overseas style Cap they have in using the past three fears superintendent 0. W. Wilson said. In addition two other Cadet Imi form changes were author Ped the superintendent Contin led. Cadets will now be Able to fear a dark Navy Blue leather ticket similar to that worn by police officers As their Winter inter garment and a Dull Yel Evv rubber Raincoat for Incle pent weather. While the Cap and Raincoat have been sped the last graduating class cd in a department order july of the police Academy changed beef Beauty keys cop graduation Iii thas a regulation Wear the rather jacket is optional Wear. The new year round Cap is hade of Light Blue material ind has a round Crown. The a ame or band is made of Nylon lentil steel mesh fabric for sum Lier Wear. During Winter Lionts. The band will be Cov red by i dark Blue band hich will be slipped Over it. A new shield which has the designation Cadet on the Bot the usual format in that the number of graduating patrolmen 38 was augmented by ceremonies for 35 policewomen. In this group the bulletin area had a representation of five and two respectively. The male graduates were Melvin e. Brown 455 w. 81st St. Dennis m. Cullom 7956 Elizabeth James l. Patterson 1004 w. 60th St. Ellis Worley 1760 e 71st pm. And Raymond Complete Ime service special a completely reline brakes a resurface Brake Drums a install new seals a renew Brake cylinders a refill Hydraulic system explaining the problem it a and the form of an Eagle t. Zene 9350 University. New female members of the Blue Are the misses Lola m. Armstrong 943 w. 64th St., and Katherine Ingram 9601 Forest. Lith its wings outspread on it a has been issued to All cad to. For their new Caps. The cadets will be required i Wear their identification a ridges which contain the Side. Cadets will also be re ords a Chicago police across quire to Wear shoulder Patch a top followed by the youths is on the left sleeve of their Imber and name when they jacket ear their leather jackets teenage problems in Park Manor Watha subject of an operation crime Stop meeting held at 600 e. 73rd St. Last monday evening under the moderating Gavel of a. A. Rayner or. Seated at table 318 e. 71st St. Addressing the audience is John s. Harwell Chicago Urban league while Francis a. Taylor police Comdr. William b. Griffin and atty. Bearden Back to camera listen attentively. By Leon r. Forrest in an attempt to probe the Depths of the Complex juvenile problems facing the area the Park Manor neighbors Community Council under the inspiring leadership of atty. Zedrick Braden held highly fruitful symposium involving Community pillars monday institutions once a youngster is arrested. Cecil Partee shed Light on the need for Laws concerning Youthful offenders. A operation crime Stop a can be a Success if you have a with this free steam clean on motor with tune up and winterize a and r service 7359 s. State St. St 3-2724 Kenty Gadson prop Steven Gray mgr. Eight of our neighbors were Etc no no fore an enthusiasts desc will be worn on the left recently graduated from Chica overflow ,cr0_ Vij ase go police Academy 720 w. On enl r 4 s Brien in a continuing Effort of Tian Church goo e. 73rd St. The police department to a beef rec a pounded panel sym up the Force in order to main-1 pcs uni included Francis Tay Tain Law and order throughout vr�?T.fr0�r the City. The new patrolmen Are Daniel e. Cambric sr., 8261 Langley Frederick d. Chapman 8200 Ellis Robert Lee Digby 8242 Ellis Nathan Gibson 617 e. 84th St. Ernest Huey or 1124 e 85th St. Donald r. Mccoy. 816 w. 72nd St. Charles e. Ratcliff 8124 Indiana Phillip o. Richardson 7537 Drexel. Or. Vav. Gregory Jones optometrist 7913 cottage Grove ave. 783-8200 i 5 it ii Chatham Avalon Nursery school amp kindergarten 26 East 79th Street mrs. Madora Marshall director Quot dedicated to parents who care. St 3-2357 Quot limited enrolment Quot youth welfare. 3rd District commander William Griffin Cecil Partee state senator from the 29th District John Harwell Chicago Urban league and Moderator . A a Sammy Rayner civic Leader. A vital concern at the meeting was the role of the Block club leaders in aiding a operation in presenting guidelines for the program commander Griffin encouraged the citizens of the Community to become even More involved with plan which attempts to in i spire the citizen to Call the police immediately upon any suspicion of crime or the presence of wandering persons in the area. Griffin also spoke of a new program called a Paul Revere a in which mothers would stand in front of their Homes after school awaiting their children if along the Way any child was approached by would be extortionist the Parent would pass the word along and the police would then be immediately called by Mother station further Down the Block route. Harwell went into an in depth study of the sociological problems inherent in the background of Many of the youngsters involved in juvenile crimes. Harwell a discussion was Given amplification when judge Maurice d. Pompey discussed the Inadequacy of penal Many High rises attracting Large families and the one bedroom units available in these buildings. Pirie Dixon and Burnside schools will All b e eventually effected. Also you highly cooperative commander have the secret but real woe of like Griffin. Citizen commune losing Many of your Strong to involvement aiding our to Community pillars who fear an lice is of great importance in increase in crime and ghetto facilitating the arresting pro living and therefore move into Cess. Actually of course this another Community. Other program can be a great morale problem and reality is the fact Factor for our police As Well. It that the presence of a High Rise is very important that the pro gives a great Deal of voter sectors of the people feel that strength to these units and the people they Are defending usually that strength is not rep a resent Tive nor responsible to the needs of the general Community a Braden warned. In attempt to unearth the Genisis of the whys behind what Braden Calls relaxing of building codes a the lawyer stated a i strongly suspect that there is a relationship Between this relaxation and the expansion of the University of Chicago s building program. Actually there is no where to go Between 63-67th streets Stony Island to cottage Grove. If my premise is. Correct then our Community faces new problems and concerns a he observed. The next major project for the Park Manor Community Council will be revitalization of the conservation committee to see to it that the building code inspection is intensified. A parents a Reading amp spelling experienc to Public let parochial school teachers will Tutor your Quot problem Reader Quot in your Home. All aged. At Little As s3 of per week. Call or. Slack 841-6309 Are behind them a Council president atty. Braden remarked. It was announced at the meeting that the benefits of a operation crime Stop will be discussed in the major churches in the area on the second sunday of the month. According to Braden a vision of the total problem facing the Park Manor Community now and tomorrow the lawyer suggested that the Community will a probably inherit some of the problems youth overcrowding of Woodlawn so we want to be supplementing the councils View of preventive measures Short and Long term Community problems an announcement of a letter to mayor Daley was made at the meeting urging his cooperation with the Cha Tham Avalon Park Community Council in keeping the planned High rises out of the area at 85th Champlain. See editor Hurley greens analysis of that problem in shifting scenes september 22 Issue of the bulletin. A there is no doubt in mind that the High rises might have overtones As far As the Park Manor Community is concerned. Any time you Are on the fringe of an area you Are never on the fringe of the problems inherent in that Community a problems but rather deeply involved sooner or later. We do know for a fact that where you have High rises you generally have most troublesome crime Ridden areas a Braden reflected. In discussing the ramifications of High rises in the fringe of Park Manor Braden stated a one of the problems of course is school overcrowding. This is usually the Case with Faith and works the Church at the Crossroads g. Peter Fleck unitarian Layman who frequently occupies pulpits in and around new York City sunday october 9 a history of heresy the unitarian Church origins and development Many people have expressed the desire to know where unitarianism fits into the history of christianity and Judaism. In this series of sermons the minister will outline the historical roots of unitarianism. From the gospels to the creeds rebellion against the creeds unitarianism in Poland and Transylvania unitarianism in England and America unitarianism today october 16 october 23 october 30 november 6 november 13. First Fri tar Lait Church Jack a. Kent minister 57th and Woodlawn Fairfax 4-4100 sunday mornings at la o clock $2 Sells your car the bulletin-b00ster newspaper guarantees to sell your car for Only s2.00 no gimmicks a hitches you place your want ads Only Oice. And pay Only $2.00 for advertising until your car is sold it s easy to do when you place your $2.00 want and and pay for it we will publish your want and for a full month or until your car is sold. If you have not sold your car after the first month Call us and Tell us and we will continue to print your and free until your car is sold. We guarantee to sell your car for Only $2 come in now to Start your and 639 e. 71st or Call an a taker at St 3-1040 $ 38 88 most cars to Money Down a open Choice charge account extend workshop at Guggenheim the second program in a series of workshops relating to the tie Between the school and Community will be held at Guggenheim elementary school 7146 Sangamon tuesday oct. La at 7 . Principal speaker for the evening will be the Rev. Stroy Freeman pastor new Friendship Baptist Church 848 w. 71st St. Topic of his address will be a the responsibility of the Community toward the purpose of the workshop series is to relate school problems to the Community and to find ways to absolve them. The series is in line with the District 201 aim to establish a bet to e r relationships Between Home school and Community. Piloting the Guggenheim program is mrs. Parthenia Cunningham school Community representative 7331 Green. Or. Thomas Van dam is principal of the school. 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Specifications a Black or whits a Ona year written guarantee $4 495 now Only regular $5995 includes window and Zipper sire 8 75-14 Hlach Wall Tubeless plus $2 09 Federal excise to and tire Toro your car fits these cars Chevrolet Corvette Dodge Ford Willys to Bird rambler Studebaker Plymouth Corvair Falcon Fairland Chevy la Olds f-85, Mustang Dodge Lancer Dart valiant Chevrolet Corvette Dodge Ford Willys to Bird rambler Studebaker Plymouth Chevrolet Chrysler Desoto Olds Dodge Ford Mercury Plymouth Pontiac to Bird rambler Studebaker Imperial no Money Down add $2.25 for Whitewall As Low As $5.00 per month or $1.25 per week budget accounts invited instant credit-$5.00 per month 700 e. 87th St. Phone 874-7400

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