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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 8, 1959, Chicago, Illinois R Arr 4 thursday october rim tha bulletin open relocation office pointing of Chortiw dote on Tho in it the commissioner will help. Monday through Friday. New Urban renewal orca is in relocate residents and business-1 Quot our relocation specialists will last Englewood is Coramae men displaced by the project. Assist families in locating other Richey a represent.�. Of the. La. Loo , Dwen pm a one com. A a Rumm item fam Mission Relo bounded roughly by Normal the Rock Island tracks 69th St. And Quot a a a quote Tiva director said. Normal again is known As project 69th-$tewart. Hours of the 69th St. Office will be from 8 45 . To 5 . South Moor Bank control changes cation office newly opened at 423 w. 69th St. The office site is the first building acquired by the commission in the project. A y v of they will help in finding privately owned houses and apartments and will Aid apparently eligible families in the preparation of applications for Public they also will help property owners prepare claims for reimbursement for having to relocate. Families Are eligible for compensation of up to $100 for moving expenses and business owners up to $2,500 for moving expenses and indirect loss of property under the 1956 Federal housing act the director pointed out. A major portion of the 69th St. Site will be developed As a Campus for the Chicago teachers College and Parker High school. Other segments Are to be rebuilt with housing units and convenience goods shops Doyle said. Control of the South Moor flanks and Trust company. 6760 Stony Island was acquired by Dalton finance incorporated of Baltimore it was announced this week by John c. Dalton jr., president. Dalton gained 62 per cent of the common Stock of South Moor last thursday. The Bank several times in court this year As trustee or owner of buildings violating the minimum standards of the City housing code was also in the news in recent years As a result of the Hodge scandal. The local finance institution has assets of 13.5 million dollars and is headed by l. A Corring ton. Dalton said Corrington and other officers will be retained. He added a we have no intention of changing either personnel or current operating Dalton 40. Founded his company in mount harrier md., in 1057. It has six offices in Washington d. C., and Baltimore. Last a january he was elected president of general credit incorporated. A Delaware finance corporation. Cookies Church celebrates Layman a sunday sex is Here to stay says advice columnist mrs. Ann Landers a writer about a Quarter of her mail whose advice column appears in comes from teenagers mrs. Lan across More than too papers coast to coast As Well As in the Chicago Sun times spoke before a teenage crowd at an Assembly in Hyde Park High school last week. Dies after Brief Hines Arthur w. Wilson 65. A mail Carrier at Uptown station for nearly 34 years died last week in his Home at 650 w. 59th St., after a Brief illness. Wilson had been a resident of Woodlawn for 20 years and lived in Englewood for three years before his death. He was a member of the postal Alliance and the Sunset Hill country club and a director of Jolly Square dancers. He is survived by the widow Geneva who is former Champion of the United golfers association. Starting As an Amateur golfer in 1931, mrs. Wilson won the National championship three times before retiring in 1953. Other survivors include two nephews policemen John and Arthur Hill attached to the Stock Yard station a sister Madeline and a Niece mrs. Harry c. Carterjr. Among the condolences received was a Telegram from mayor Richard Daley. Services were held last Friday in the Chapel at 6110 cottage Grove. Burial was in Lincoln cemetery. A Ben r. Schiller Ben r. Schiller 51, credit manager of the wholesale electrical Supply company 7333 cottage Grove died of a heart ailment last thursday in Weiss memorial Hospital. He was Active in the Chicago credit menus association and the electric association. Surviving Are his wife. Wanda a daughter Cindy two sons. Jeffry and Steven and four Brothers Morton Sidney Jack and Lou. Services were held Friday and burial will a be in it. Auburn cemetery. Chicago teachers College celebrates 90th anniversary students dressed in costumes of the eighteen sixties last week inaugurated the 90th anniversary Celebration of the Chicago teachers College 6600 Stewart. They distributed copies of a special Issue of the College newspaper containing a history of the municipally operated teacher training institution. The ceremonies were the first of a series of events marking of years of teacher education on the Englewood Campus. They will be culminated by a Spring conference bringing together educators from across the nation to discuss the present and future problems of teacher training. The anniversary Issue of the newspaper reproduced letters and telegrams of congratulations received from a number of National figures including president Dwight Eisenhower vice president Richard Nixon Eleanor Roosevelt senators Everett Dirksen and Paul Douglas governor William Stratton and mayor Richard Daley. Officially created in 1869 As the Cook county Normal school the College did not offer classes on its present Campus until its first building on the site of the present dome building was completed in the fall of 1870. The original course of study was one year Long. Since that time classes have met continuously on the 20-acre tract of land donated by residents of the Village of Englewood to insure location of the school in that town. An additional five acres Smith of the Campus is currently being cleared for the first Campus expansion since 1870. The College passed from county control to the City of Chicago in 1897. It now offers both graduate and undergraduate work to More than 5,000 students a year and operates three Branch campuses on the North. Northwest and West sides of the City. Says grading demolition Here will Speed expressway system bids on work to be done Here on the South expressway were to be received by the county Board of commissioners this week. Daniel Ryan president of the Board said the contracts Are part of a program to Speed the completion of the half billion Dollar expressway system in the City and county. Two grading jobs Are in the letting. The locations Are be Are tween 71st and 79th sts., and Between 87th and 96th streets. Also on the South route four demolition jobs. These Are for razing buildings on the right of Way Between cottage Grove and 103rd St. Between 63rd St. And Marquette Between Marquette and 71st St. And Between Wentworth and the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad at 99th St. Ders said. What a More she is the Mother of a 19-year-old daughter. A so i think i have a fair idea what you kids Are thinking about a she told her audience comprising the Junior and senior classes of the school at 6220 Stony Island. Discussing parental relations she told of a desperate plea from a Chicago girl who wrote Quot my parents Are driving me nuts. They done to realize that i am a grown woman of 15. Why ave parents so Square anyway please hurry your answer Ann i think in a cracking mis. Landers agreed that the teens Are at a difficult age when one is told alternately to Quot grow up and to Quot act your but parents Are human mrs Landers insisted. Quot mom and dad Are on your Side a said mrs. Landers. Quot they want you to do Well. When you re Happy they re turning to a subject Seldom discussed at school assemblies she declared confidently Quot i am firmly convinced that sex is Here to but she added Quot it is Normal and it is natural. But sex is not just physical. It is spiritual and it is emotional. Sex is like dynamite. It depends what you use it she cautioned that Quot marriage is a difficult business of living with another human being a adding Quot Don t marry for looks because looks change. Done to marry for Money because Money is the most transitory commodity in the two speakers Are slated to appear in the Whitfield methodist Church 7600 St. Lawrence during this month. Sunday at 3 30 ., mrs. Ernest Wilkins sr., widow of the i Tate assistant . Secretary of labor and recording Secretary i of the women s division of Christian service of the methodist i Church will speak for the local women a society and Theodore i Cobb of the Urban league is scheduled to talk at the la of clock service on laymen a Sunray. Next week. An All male chorus will furnish the music for laymen s i Day and certificates of recognition will be awarded to the three laymen who have contributed consistently to Church activities. Rev. Edsel a. Ammons of 7659 St. Lawrence is the pastor and mrs. Delma Jamison of 7831 Langley is the president of the women s society. A the woman a society of Christian service and the Wesleyan service Guild of Saint Mark methodist Church 841 St. Lawrence will have their annual Mission Tea this sunday from 3 to 6 . In Fellowship Hall of the Church. The Rev. Damon Young is pastor. The Rev. Warren g. Studer. Minister of Crerar memorial presbyterian Church 8100 Calumet will talk about a a bold adventuring this sunday morning in la of clock service. Church school will be held at 9 30 . A L. Holien watchtower min ister of new York closed out a six Day Bible training program last sunday evening at the Park Manor Jehovah a witnesses kingdom Hall 7928 South Park. His talk Quot walking wisely a was the highlight of the five Day meeting. For this sunday at 2 ., e. R. Murphy presiding minister of the Park Manor unit announced a talk by d. F. Ager Chicago watchtower representative. A Eros topic will be Quot when you Pray does god listen a skeets lounge 539 East 79th St. Radclifft 3-9496 double breasted suits and tuxedos converted to modern single breasted style limited time Cuite Mefi try Ingle in you mull i level Hundred converted Fine i Vii ladies and Man s alterations custom tailored clothes Johnson tailors 104 w. 78th St. Radcliff 3-1745 introducing Charles All new Chicken Shack Del Prado cleaners for the person who cares Call Jack Payne prompt pickup and delivery 704 e. 79th St. Ste. 3-4577 a a a introduces new program director Woodlawn Owca. 1170 e. 63rd .St., will introduce to the Community its new program director. Mrs. Jimmie Ann Horton 7942 Calumet at a Homecoming and open House sunday Between 4 and 6 . Mrs. Horton is a graduate of Fisk University and a former teacher in the City a Public school system. Also appearing on the program will be the Rev. Archibald Carey jr., minister of Kuinn Chapel 2401 Wabash and mrs. Elizabeth Pou or of Crest and Patricia Vance school of modelling. The children and adult dance classes of the y under the direction of miss Shirley Hall will present a dance demonstration. Owca members former staff members and friends Are cordially invited to the affair and make a tour of the newly decorated building. A social hour will follow the program. Fall classes at the Woodlawn \ wac 1170 w. 63rd St. Began monday. The adult program includes classes in Charm and modelling modern dance Bridge instruction and sewing. While teen agers Are provided with clubs classes and Hobby groups. �?~9 past delivery service located at 502 e. 79th St. Charlet Winder wrap you Rino St Ewart 3-8718 we Brino of it rates a gaze it s l. I. Glaze amp son individually styled 109 East 51st St. A custom hatters a gents furnishings a hats made to order Drexel 3 2834 Frost does t like refrigerators an Appeal by Alfred Phelps Ling neighbors who contend the to continue use of the lot at 400 e. 84th St. For open storage of trucks and other material for his moving business was taken under advisement last week by the City zoning Board of appeals. At an earlier hearing the Board ordered Phelps to remove All material from the lot but said it would allow storage of two empty trucks to be Vised for the moving business. Atty. Wilson Frost represent lot is an eyesore said he noted on several occasions that Phelps stored old refrigerators on the trucks Over night. Samuel t. Lawton zoning Board chairman told Phelps he had no right to store anything on the trucks. The lot is in a restricted service business District. A a the Board also took under advisement requests by the progressive Way Church of god in Christ and the Rev. Jesse Stone pastor of the greater Canaan Baptist Church to convert buildings into churches at 453 e. 63rd St. And 6239 Prairie ave., respectively. Appeals by George Potolsky to operate an automatic laundry at. 6349 Harper ave., in a general residence District and by Julius two receive Ford awards Robert Brooks 1523 e. 63rd Street and John loader 6724 Stony Island were among 61 Chicago vocational High school students to receive Honor awards from the Ford Industrial arts contest tuesday in a special presentation Assembly in the school auditorium 2100 e. 87th Street. Brooks received $80 for a fuel injector design in the mechanical arts drawing division and get acquainted photo offer Vav a Wallet size is of j a j h photos. 1 3 postcard is of size. 1 i re i Large 571 All i oppers s75 for a will Tok Boblet. Children or adults when you wont a photographer for any purpose weddings Home portraits inks outdoor affairs parties dances Church groups . A ass it Tom Van Hardy photographers 858 East 63rd St.�?2nd floor Butterfield 8-4688 a residence Plaia 2-4119 in. Warwick to enclose a rear porch at 3546 Wells St. Also were taken i loader was awarded $20 for under advisement. Graphic arts project. A news care starts food crusade arabic Temple no. 44 will give a Benefit cabaret Ball tomorrow from in . Until 2 . At tile packing House workers Hall 49th St. And Wabash ave. A fall you be done so far with that camera you got in the want Juds is waste film Quot Tinerella party this girls Are giving a saturday at 8 . The rib House in Chatham we. Flood. Prop. Rib tips hot sausage chickens shrimps fish eat it Here or take it with you. We deliver. 706 e. 79th St. To. 4-8813 at 6601 Rhodes first floor. The toppers social club presents their fall cabaret dance saturday at the grand ballroom 6531 cottage Grove from la . Until 3 . Beauty incorporated presents a Quot preview of fashion for 1960,�?� sunday from 5 until 9 . At Law Hall 3659 w. Douglas Boulevard. The Blue Eagle social athletic and Charity club presents the sixth annual Eagle s hour this sunday at Roberts show club 6622 South Park from 4 to 9 . Ii e cordially inv to Advance preview of More than 600 girl scouts by longing to the 32 troops Bort will begin their annual cookie Sale tomorrow. Doorbells throughout the area will be rung by brownies Wear no Brown uniforms and by intermediate and senior scouts in Green. When the brownies make their rounds thy will be accompanied by their Green uniformed elders. The cookie Campaign will end oct. 26. Nelson s Palace Grill carry outs our specially tender rotisserie Barb a Chicken and ribs tasty French Fries shrimp amp fish Golden Brown Fried Chicken hamburgers hot dogs malts amp shakes hand packed ice Cream houri�?11 30 . Till Midnight monday thru thursday 11 30 . To 4 ., Friday and saturday sunday and holidays 11 30 . Till Midnight Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Two stands #1�?6335 South Park Ava. £2�?4510 cottage Grova a. 24-hour radio dispatched taxi cabs licensed to bonded Driver meter rates to. 8-9100 prompt dependable courteous As close As Yout phone wholesale catalogue prices on cameras projectors a tape recorders budget plan Model camera 1342 e. 55th by. 3-4259 24 hour color dec loping 604 East 75th St. W e. 71st Street Stewart 3-8890 and save every Day on 434 lounge and liquors 434 e. 71st St. St. 3-9268 new 1900 s of is a the est Fords of a lie Eti he Quot Ford cars trucks amp commercial vehicles Falcons thunderbird Lawder Birds. Inc. A Chicago s oldest Ford dealer sales Seh vice parts 6900 Vincennes Avenue i Block West of state established 1890 St phone Triangle 4-2.>00 millions of children All around the world never see the milk or other Basic foods that Are Avail. Able to american youngsters like Patricia Lynn Jeffries 7049 St. Lawrence. In the picture Patsy 8, a third grader poses with a life size Dummy of a bolivian boy whose Only meal every Day is Likely to be the bread and milk distributed through the schools by care say care officials. The 1959-60 care food crusade was launched this week. The overseas Relief Agency the Chicago Headquarters of which Are at i s. State seeks $4,000,000 with which to Send $1 special packages to 15 different countries. Every $1 contributed delivers a food package overseas in the name of the donor or donor group and with the identification a gift from the american the food crusade packages contain powdered milk flour and Corn meal sufficient to Supply a family of four for a month. These foods from . Farm surplus have been placed at the disposal of care by the government specifically for overseas Relief. In some instances care is augmenting this food with the Purchase of Margarine Rice and other High caloric foods to increase the nutrition value of the packages. Sell things thru classified easy fast Cash dial Stewart 3-1040 Duke s Salon coif Feur specializing in tinting cutting styling 213 e. 71st St. Stewart 3-8932 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a cd crabs turtles haute of Over 75 seafood items # Market fisheries >7129 s. Stat. St. A. 3-9332 fish from Louisiana new York Florida and Chicago areas Young s Barber shop and variety store Barber for men amp women 436 East v. St St. Stewart 3-9233 installation of Tail pipes i mufflers when bought at free Sam Robinson s Sinclair station 7100 South Park ave. S amp h Green Stamps we give with All Gas i Oil purchases South Park bakery we specialize in All types of cakes 370 East 71 St St. St. 3-9091 open 6 30 . To 7 00 . Daily sunday 9 00 . To 2 00

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