Bulletin Newspaper Archives Oct 7 1965, Page 8

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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 7, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Full stereo phone with Tyd radio $. V i so f a j v Quot Iii Tihor now the full magic of music Jim to i i Hurtt i to her it go Frost j. Guaranteed High Quality the wonder additive that keeps nozzles and screens clean and helps prevent tank rust. Established 1931 Page 8 the bulletin thursday october 7, 1965 58th anniversary Sale for Over a half Century the store where your Dollar buys More Westinghouse i Fidelity automatic record player True i Fidelity at a Price everyone will enjoy regular $59.95 s/iq88 now easy terms Only $4.c0 a month $5.00 a month now listen to True High Fidelity. Hear tones that you have never heard before. 4 Speed automatic changer with last record shut off. Plays every size every Speed record made. All Wood Cabinet with Tough Vinyl cover. Easy to carry to parties. Provides hours of music at one loading. Westinghouse Quality. 3 piece matched the stereo for the value Wise headboard and Chest ensemble equipped with a famous . Record change listen to am radio broadcasts 7.00 per month you get a Beautiful Early american headboard Matching 3 drawer Chest and sturdy steel Hollywood bed Frame. Beauty on a budget perfect for a Small bedroom. Featuring. A famous . Quot no Jam record Changar a plays All records .4 spa ads 78�?45�?33 �?16. Stereo or Mon Aure. Intermix Sixes. A automatic. Plays for hours. Then shuts off after lost record. A featherlight tone Arm. Protects records a. Gives greater Fidelity. A inches Lons to inches deep so inches Hish will come into your Home. You will hear full tone Range every voice and instrument with breath taking realism. Powerful 2 Channel 6 tube amplifier dual speakers�?5 separate controls. A a a stores Over 400 us records a serves As a liquor Cabinet a use As a room divider and server a Ideal for to set $3.00 a month or i fit Linen and sewing Cabinet 3 Slicting it Flora Rev of auge storage space. Decorate filigree panels. Jewelry and Home furnishingsg317 cottage Grove ave. By 3-5800free parking across from the Tivoli theater building problem youths sound Oft at Community workshop a separate volume and variable tone Central a dual Sapphire style in flip Over Cartridge a big 4 Inch tru tone speaker big 40" All purpose Cabinet this Large Beautiful Cabinet has so Many uses. 3 sliding doors reveal huge storage space. Sturdily constructed completely finished Back easy to assemble. Brass finished Matching hardware adds to the Beauty. Continued from Page i unfortunately these youths Lack the maturity to understand that they Are merely products of the past. Their contribution to the future will be measured by their individual achievements. They must also understand that everything is not handed on a Platter. Parents like everyone else Are limited in their ability to provide All that is needed for a child a Complete happiness and adjustment. Patta ends do have the experiences to Aid in the prediction off unfavourable conduct. They Are not living in assumed vacuums. They Are usually More aware of a a what a happening than the average child realizes. If anything today a parents Are guilty of an instances to a loss of control of a child and his activities Overly permissive philosophy which has led in Many the Public statements made by these modern Englewood youths Are symptomatic of our times. As a Community we must seek and find the Way Back to close knit family relationship that will take the place of the Street gangs. Altgeld Community seeks ways and Means to improve continued from Page i for the dismissal of the principal at Bond upper Grade Center 7050 May and the setting up of a full scale tutoring program for the area to heighten the academic achievement of students in the Community. As a last ditch Effort the Aco plans to ask the help of the coordinating Council of Community organizations Coco to advise them in their attempts to obtain Quality integrated education. The group will again take up its resolve to bring about the establishment of ten Parks in the area. The Park District will be asked by the civic unit to turn vacant lots in the Community into Parks. It recommends that the lots be equipped with playground facilities so that children in the Aco Community will have Access to an adequate play areas. Clerk assaults Foreman at . Hoping to decrease the incidents of crime in the Community the Aco will seek to get the Kensington police District to make a More determined Effort in patrolling trouble spots that Breed crime. Many of the members of tit Aco Are Block club re preset natives. The Aco acts As a coordinating Council spearheading local groups fight in varied problem areas. The president of the group stated that a Tho Aco efforts Are primarily the diligent work of residents of the areas comprising the Altgeld Javan Gavin 28 of 909 82nd st., a mail distribution clerk was named in a criminal information suit filed in . District court for assaulting a Foreman at the main Post office. Gavin employed at the Post office since 1956, was alleged to have knocked Clarence Payne or. Down in an argument about i drinking. He is to appear before i judge Hubert l. Will on oct. 7. Maximum penalty for assault on a government reservation is six months or $500 Fine. Fruit Trees buy fruit Trees directly from a reliable nurseryman suggest horticulturists. Peach and Sweet Cherry Trees should be one year old Apple Pear Plum or sour Cherry Trees May be either one or two years old. Spot Check cleaners 7200 s. Green Green Street files suit in Federal court continued from Page i Cagos definition of Standard with every outgoing cleaning order of $5.00 or More i Gal of bleach free phone 487-9541 condition. Federal officials approved the $13.4 million Gross Cost project in january of this year on a three to one basis three Federal dollars for every local Dollar or its non Cash equivalent further violation of Federal Law is claimed under Tiff housing acts requirement for a Public hearing. The plaintiffs charge that City Council rules permit Only aldermen to question those who appear at such hearings and that the plaintiff were denied the right to Al Amine the defendants and the purported facts presented in support of the project. The plaintiffs also state that they and other persons appearing against the project were subjected to harassment and intimidation during the hearing. Finally the complaint claims that the Central Englewood project cannot legally be determined to be a a a conservation area since it is not predominantly residential As required under the conservation provisions of the Illinois Urban renewal consolidation act of 1961. Of the 86.3 acres in the project area 38.2 acres Are commercial Industrial or institutional balance of 9q pm 9f>rps is in str pets. No lpns i i

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