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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 15, 1959, Chicago, Illinois Of a age a published every thursday morning at 43t e. 71st St. Stewart 3-1040 Jan Majde. Editor Clarence Smith or. Display advertise a aah a Cynthia Winsor. Class Irod advert. Menacer deadlines editorial copy noon monday display advertising noon monday classified advertising noon wednesday in the Mailbox. Hyde Park Coop opens new food Mart studies at howards the Hyde Park Coop biggest super Mart in metropolitan Chicago opened triumphantly tuesday night with the congratulations of the one time economics professor who in the Early �?T30s, suggested its successful method of operation u. S. Senator Paul Douglas. First to open of the 14 stores planned for the huge $15-million shopping Center in the Hyde Park redevelopment area the Coop society a store occupies 46.000 so. It. Of floor space at the Corner of e. 54th pm. And s. Harper ave. The new store will feature such Ultra modern devices As electronic information stations operated by push buttons directing customers to any of some 7.000 items in the store an a air curtain door which lets the patrons pass through while keeping out the weather and the bugs a 200-ft. Self service meat counter longest in the Chicago area birthday wishes to the editor Happy first birthday to the bulletin and congratulations on your first year of dedicated service to the Community. We of the Chatham Lions club Salute the staff of the bulletin on the occasion of your anniversary and wish you continued Success in your work. Chatham Lions club James p. Twomey Secretary a to the editor it is a great pleasure for me to write this letter in Honor of your first anniversary. Reading your wonderful paper helped us know our friends in the neighbourhood. You have done a wonderful Job of making our neighbourhood a Safe and decent place to live in. Best wishes for your Success and May you have Many pleasant anniversaries. The Best of Luck to you. Or. And mrs. Russel b. Young 436 e. 71st St. A to the editor your paper has been an asset to the neighbourhood. We Hope you will have Many Happy anniversaries. Or. And mrs. B. Pamphlet 442 e. 71st St. The tardiness of this acknowledgement is by no Means to be interpreted As a Lack of Courtesy of sincerity but Only As the result of an unavoidable delay. The publicity which you so kindly extended to us was a significant contribution to the Success of our affair. To the bulletin a Many thanks a and we shall look Forward happily to future contacts. To the editor thank you for the excellent coverage which you gave to our Celebration in a recent Issue of the bulletin. It was the Best that we received in the City. Adib e. Nuruddin corresponding Secretary islamic Center of Chicago 1002 e. 75th St. Illustrator receives performance award William a. Merrill 8018 Langley has been awarded a citation for sustained Superior performance on his Job for a six month period. Presentation of certificate and a Check was made by col. James p. Littlejohn commandant of the quartermaster food and Container Institute for the armed forces where Merrill is employed As an Illustrator. Merrill is a graduate of the Art Institute and was employed As a designer and artist before coming to the quartermaster Institute three years ago. Performance awards Are made to employees under the department of incentive awards program. Devised a burgers easy to prepare by Mary a. Riggins on saturday evenings most homemakers prepare simple meals after a hard Days work. Mrs. Luther Jenkins 7249 Mich deplore Story emphasis to the editor the executive Board of the Hyde Park High school it a sincerely regrets the unfortunate publicity which a newspaper other than yours gave to a statement made at the recent Board of education budget hearing held in District 14. The comment of this one Par ent appearing As an individual from among some 25 speakers representing a wide variety of Community organizations and it a a seemed to imply that Chil Dren were inadequately protected while at Hyde Park High school. This woman a complaint actually concerned More adequate police Protection for youngsters on the Way Home from school she did not state nor in truth could she that children were in adequately protected while at Hyde Park High school. In the course of her statement this same Mother paid her respects to the excellent education her children Are receiving at Hyde Park and made Clear that her concern was with occurrences that took place after school hours and at locations re moved from the school. In our View this particular problem is not the responsibility of or. Willis his associates or the local school administration. Never were these instances even reported to the Pat or its help sought. Fortunately some of the publicity did make Clear that the gangs who were supposed to have manhandled this woman s son were not Hyde Park students. As All of us know roving gangs Are a problem not Only to South Shore and Woodlawn but to All other parts of the City As Well. We Are proud of the fact that our local juvenile officer has repeatedly told us that As far As our own students Are concerned Hyde Park High s school has among the fewest instances of delinquency of any High school in the City. We Are sorry that undue emphasis was Given to an individual complaint not appropriate to the forum in which it was presented and headlined in one newspaper in a manner which reflected unhappily upon a school of which parents and teachers Are justifiably proud and whose real budgetary needs were presented in great detail at the same hearing. Mrs. Marshel l. Beason president 6620 Kimbark. Mrs. James Staver school education chairman. Hyde Park High school Pat. Says thank you please accept our sincere thanks and Heartfelt appreciation for your generous news coverage of our 1959 Street fair. Social Calendar the silent �?o12�?� social and Charity club will present its 19th annual Charity Ball saturday from 11 30 . To 3 . At the forum Hall 322 e. 43rd St. The Taiwan ettes . Will present its annual fall cabaret party this saturday at the elks Hall 5108 Prairie at to . The Senora b and b social club will hold its fall cabaret dance this saturday at to . At Rhu Boogie cafe 341 e. 55th St. The Gay celebs . Will present its second cabaret party at the Queen mansion lounge sunday from 5 to 9 . 32-Patron Coffee bar two test and demonstration kitchens staffed by a full time Home economist and a Delicatessen with built in pie baking ovens and a made to order cookie machine. Originally a buyers club the Coop opened its first store in 1933 and was less than successful until University of Chicago economist Paul Douglas suggested the store be opened to the general Public. Business soared in the difficult Days of the depression and the Coop prospered. The store now being vacated at 5535 s. Harper ave., was installed in 1956 for a two million Dollar volume. This year it has been doing 50 percent More than that. Membership in the 4,744 member Hyde Park cooperative society is open to anyone who wishes to Purchase a share for Pat plans open House Neil Pat has scheduled an Allday open House during school hours for today at the school 8555 Michigan. The Day will begin with refreshments at 9 30 ., a business meeting at to of clock and tour of the building will conclude the activities. The student Council will show an actual session and classrooms will be open for parents to observe children and teachers at work. The Pat is also making p for their annual fund raising project a family fun fair be held Friday oct. 23. Igan suggests a a devised hamburgers for a Quick and wholesome saturday night snack. Instructions devised hamburgers i1/ lbs. Of ground beef is cup Chilli sauce 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 eggs 2 tips. Prepared Mustard 2 tips. Flour i medium size onion minced Combine ingredients and mix Well. Salt and Pepper to taste. Shape into patties three inches in diameter. Grease Skillet or burgers and Brown five min Gridle thoroughly and preheat about five minutes. Place Ham utes on each Side. Serve with French Fries sliced tomatoes and favorite beverage. Mrs. Jenkins is a member of the 7200 Michigan Block club and chairman of the groups annual Garden walk and Tea. She was also this years first prize and award Winner of the Block clubs Flower contest. Her Hobby is raising Flowers especially roses. Happy birthday from West Woodlawn Community Council Happy birthday Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83rd St. Programs for the entire family $10. The shares pay an annual dividend of 4%, plus a profit sharing rebate on purchases. Actual operation of the Coop i supermarket is in the hands of professionals directed by general manager Walker Sandbach who in turn is responsible to a Board of nine directors elected i by the membership at Large. Coop has an education com-1 Mittee chair maned by miss Gwendolyn Williams which acts As an advisory group to the Coop and works to interest patrons in Coop activities. Sandbach said in outlining the problems involved in laying out the store a i fought for the Coffee bar be-1 cause the Coop has become in addition to a store a Community meeting pointing out that the old store lacked a place where people could Stop and Chat Sandbach added a in the new store when you i meet a Friend you will be Able to say a lets have a cup of cof fee and plan that clubs have membership Campaign the Veree clubs 356 w. 63rd St., recently announced a membership Campaign As Well As plans for establishing a scholarship fund according to the president Enoch Williams. Prizes will be Given to individuals who bring in the largest number of new members. The contest will be open to new members who join before the close of the contest As Well As to present membership. The purposes of Veree clubs Are to acquire and maintain property for clubroom Reading rooms and educational programs which Foster better citizenship among people and to promote Mutual understanding and Goodwill among persons of All ancestries. Park Manor neighbors congratulations to the bulletin on its first birthday 324 e. 71st St. Stewart 3-2850 tuesday and thursday 6-9, saturday 3-6 greetings to the bulletin on their first birthday United Woodlawn conference 1230 e. 63rd St. My. 4-5363 Imanuel neighbourhood improvement Block club give their Best wishes for continued Success 6437 Kenwood my. 4-5289 we Are confident that in the year 2061 the bulletin will be celebrating their 103rd anniversary Wurlitzer 103rd anniversary Sale getting a lesson in the use of an Infra red spectrometer is Horace Webb son of the Rev. And mrs. James c. Webb of 7158 Wabash. Showing the student How in Washington s Howard University chemistry laboratories is or. Lloyd n. Ferguson chairman of Howard s chemistry department. Webb a Liberal arts Junior recently was awarded an $800 scholarship to continue his studies As a chemistry major. To get More work done on expressway digging of three More sections of the South expressway and demolition of All but a few of the remaining buildings South of 63rd St. Have been ordered by the Cook county Board president Dan Ryan announced. Bids were opened last week and contracts will be awarded shortly he said. The demolition work will Start immediately after the contracts have been approved rence at 1 15 . Ent education committee bounced that a film a the his age a a study in Chile Havior will be shown by cd Region of Pat leaders. The film presentation s Rhodes is president. Congratulations Rodgers real estate Quot anytime is a Good time Quot 435 East 79th Street Hudson 8-4757 from the proposed Midway Federal savings amp loan ass 6236 cottage no. 7-7 the Chicago Urban league takes great Pride in saluting the bulletin on their first anniversary. We recognize the Community newspaper As an important ally in our program of Community education and organization. Or. N. 0. Callow Yedwin c. Berry president executive director from congratulations 8th or Quot Alderman James a. Condon a congratulations the original Mae s dress shop 559 e. 63rd i. 3-1935 compliments Fritz drive in 80th amp so. Park ave. Happy birthday Park Manor business Assoc. Congratulations on your 1st Milestone Thrifty nifty resale shop 6319 University by. 8-3230 operated for the sole Benefit of Woodlawn Chicago boys club As one of the bulletin first five classified advertisers my Best wishes for continued Success Are most sincere. Or. Harry Davis of Capitol window cleaning co. I amp Davis decorating service i 417 e. 47th St. Or. 3-3070 Happy birthday bulletin Draper amp Kramer inc. 624 e. 79th Hudson 8-4330 or. Fletcher or. Issac h. Hawkins or. Congratulations and Best wishes Woodlawn Chicago boys club 6331 University by. 8-3230 sincere Best a wishes Richard l. Dobbins realty co. 7439 cottage a. 4-0927 Quot us 1-2-3 kick Quot we re dancing with Joy for your 1st birthday Tommy Sutton s Mayfair Academy of the dance 7928 South Park i. 6-8181 birthday cheers to the bulletin our specially the most wanted properties Caudle realty 6913 Stony Island i. 3-7766 As we in Woodlawn celebrate our 100th birthday we Send our congratulations on your first birthday. We commend you on your splendid service. Woodlawn Centennial committee f. Mulkey chem. By. 3-2923 wishing you the Best Russell s Impala lounge 441 e. 71st he. 7-9228 Happy birthday Myles fashions 375 e. 75th St. Stewart 3-9166 Happy birthday and continued Success Nelson s Palace Grill 604 East 75th Ste. 3-8890 Happy birthday Racine heating co. Aberdeen 4-2064 Best wishes Norman r. Anna. R Robinson Langford attorneys at Law 7107 s. Parkway by mayor Richard Daley and the City Council. Alternate bids for excavation will be studied one set providing for late fall and Winter digging and the second for Start of work in the Early Spring. If there is not too great a difference in Cost the Board will accept the lowest bids for fall and Winter excavation said Ryan. Two buildings to be left standing which will be bypassed by the excavators Are the juice fire alarm and Telephone inter and the fire station on Wentworth at 65th St. The two excavating jobs Are tween 71st and 79th sts., and Between 87th and 96th sis., where the expressway is to be de pressed to a depth of 18 feet below ground level. The demolition will be covered by four contracts calling for the razing of buildings on the Block wide expressway night of Way Between cottage Grove and 103rd St. Between 63rd St. And Marquette. 3. Between Marquette and 71st St., and Between the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad and 99th St. James f. Kelly assistant county Highway superintendent stated that plans Are in the final stage of preparation for the South expressway underpass of the Rock Island Railroad and Wentworth Between 63rd St. And 72nd St. The county is a year ahead of the City and state which still have some parcels of land to acquire and hundreds of buildings to Clear away. Serves Hancock Peter Gore . Navy airman son of or. And mrs. Elijah j. Gore of 6116 Drexel is serving aboard the attack aircraft Carrier Hancock operating with the us seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. The Alameda Calif based Flattop began her seven month tour of duty aug. I. During the cruise the Hancock is scheduled to participate in various operational exercises and will visit Japan Hong Kong and the Philippines. Happy birthday and congratulations on the Job your doing in the Community. Marshall Foreen m amp m hardware inc. Formerly Johnson hardware 843 e. 79th a. 3-3312 Berman s department store 529-31 e. 71st St. 3-5196 and St. 3-0503 men women childrens clothing amp shoes a always a fair deals Marine privates George m. Deyoung son of or. And mrs. John j. Deyoung of 6724 Eber Hart and Ira l. Washington son of mrs. Mattie Washington of 6047 Woodlawn have finished four weeks of individual combat training recently at the Marine corps base in Camp Pendleton Calif. The course includes the latest infantry tactics first Aid demolitions Field fortifications and advanced schooling on weapons. Pvt. Kenneth Mccormick son of Coleman Mccormick of 6943 Calumet recently completed an 11-week recruit training course at the Marine corps recruit depot in san Diego Calif. A Marine pfc. Alden j. Lawson son of or. And mrs. Chester Bethel of 6344 Langley is scheduled to finish a four week course in individual combat training next thursday. Lawson is stationed at Marine corps base Camp Pendleton California. A Illy / w 11 i Vivi i i w i i Puri in Viz i i in i u i j in oily neighbourhood gain and grow with a Good Community paper. Congratulations to the bulletin at the end of their first year. Leon m. Despress Alderman 5th Ward 1344 e. 55th St. By. 8-7411 1230 e. 63rd St. Daily 9-5 tues. Eves., sat. Morn. Mon. Nite 7 30-9 our neighbourhood needs a Good Community paper so our sincere Best wishes for continued Success. Parkway Garden Homes 6338 South Parkway Butterfield 8-6701 on lighting the Way for one year our Best wishes for continuing leadership Parkway Community House 500 e. 67th St. Hyde Park 3-1306 congratulations bulletin on your first anniversary w. H Degallion amp associates real estate builders insurance 324 e. 71st Stewart 3-2939 Ripley b. Mead Dorchester 3-1933 real estate general contractor management insurance 6652 s. Langley ave. Established 1903 offices in Woodlawn for 32 years Robert h. Miller Alderman 6tb Ward the bulletin has become a Quot voice Quot for our neighbourhood a one of service to our Community. Best wishes for the future. 6542 cottage Grove Fairfax 4-7647 congratulations on a successful 1st year cosmopolitan chamber of Commerce Lloyd French we. H. Degallion 63rd Street unit Chatham Park Manor unit Chatham Avalon Park Community Council Hopes your second year will be even better than your first Happy birthday

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