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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 26, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Page i Heau if contestant class tin Bill tix thursday pc blk 26, 1%1 shift of Parkside to of Keeffe school schools supt. Benjamin c. Willis proposed to the Board of education tuesday shift of the entire 117-member eighth Grade class at crowded Parkside school 6938 s. East end ave. 0 of Keeffe 6940 s. Merrill ave., there several classrooms Are cant. The matter was deferred when 1 member of the Board Thomas Marshall asked for time to Check whether the change was similar to an earlier plan by Willis that the Board rejected after the Community protested it. A sampling of Community views on Willis move yester dying for Honor in the a miss Bronze America bathing Beauty tiniest is Doris pair who will join other beauties in Chicago music Hall 32 w. Randolph St., saturday of. 28 when the finals will be held. She is being sponsored by the Chatham dress shop. The Winner will be presented a trip to Hollywood. The contest is being sponsored by the National youth Council association headed by Bishop Luther b. Hilton and originated by Jimmy entry. Neighbors to hear civil defense talk Burnside Vernon pm. Host Tea the Burnside Vernon Park Community Council met last sunday evening to develop plans for its Harvest Tea on nov. 12. In addition to furthering Tea plans the Council heard reports from members who attended tile workshop discussions on Community goals hosted recently by the association of Community councils. The Council heard reports on Law enforcement. Human relations. And the schools from members who sat in on the sessions. The Council has decided to hold its annual Harvest Tea at 9307 South Park ave. On nov. 12 from 3 to 7 . Chairman of the Tea is Thomas Burgess 9307 South Park ave officers of the Council Are Woodrow Smith 5f>6 94th St., president mrs. Lois Fambro 9333 South Park ave.,j i i Irr top Secretary end mrs. Hugh a inc tit 9360 s. Burnside ave., treas the liquor License of Tommy a red Cross offers first Aid in three classes three free first Aid classes a Standard advanced and first Aid instructor will be held at red Cross chapter Headquarters 529 s. Wabash ave., starting nov. 9. The Standard course will be held from 7 to 9 . And the other two courses from 6 30 to 9 30 . All three classes will be held on nov. 9, 16, 30 and dec. 7 and 14. A make up class will be held on dec. 21. The Standard course is designed for anyone 15 years of age or Over who is interested in learning Basic first Aid procedure. The advanced course is for those 16 years or Over who have completed the Standard course in the last three years. Anyone 20 years of age or Over who has completed both courses and is interested in teaching first Aid skills to others As a Volunteer red Cross instructor is eligible to take the first Aid instructors class. A nominal fee of $1 is charged for classroom materials. The instructions Are provided tree by a qualified Volunteer instructor. Registrations for any of the three courses can be made by telephoning w a b a s h 2-7850, ext. 123. Day revealed Surprise Over the proposed shift. Critical of the plan Are mrs. Jack Frank 6941 s. Merrill ave., president of the. Of Keeffe a to. And Richard d. Jaffe executive director of the South Shore commission. Both agreed the move would disrupt civic efforts to ease crowded conditions at Parkside and fully integrate o Keeffe which has an All White student enrolment. Eighty per cent of the Parkside student body is negro. Also speaking against the shift was mrs. Irwin Mae 6828 s. Bennett ave., president of the Parkside a to. Who defined the suggestion As one that would involve a Many each spokesman announced a lans to consider the plan before their constituents. The of Keeffe a tax executive committee was to discuss the Issue at an a a emergency session last night. Mrs. Mae said her a to officials would weigh the plan at a meeting before her Board convenes nov. 7. The schools committee of the commission is to air the proposal at a specially called session next monday. Much local protest is based on the fact that pupils in the Fermi school area who now attend seventh Grade classes at Parkside would again be moved to of Keeffe. Fermi 1415 e. 70th St., instructs children Between first and sixth grades. A it is my opinion that children who attend three schools before graduation will not gain a True education a a said mrs. Frank. A such a plan will mean hardships to the children their families and the continuing she restated the a tags desire to integrate the school a but to a degree that negro students be admitted to All class Levels and not just to the eighth adding still another Point. Mrs. Frank said of Keeffe has no lunchroom and that this Lack will further inconvenience children travelling from the Distant Fermi area. Jaffe who complained that Willi had not consulted the Community on the plan said it would a a destroy efforts to maintain an integrated balance of White negro students at Hyde Park High school 6220 s. Stony Island ave. O Keeffe is the Only elementary school now sending White students to Hyde Park. Next Board meeting is to be held nov. 15. Delay action Al on Mccoslin teacher continued from Page i attendance area of of Keeffe would be adjusted by trans Ferring All 8th Grade pupils from Parkside to of Keeffe 117 pupils. This would include 8th Grade pupils from Enrico Fermi school 1415 e. 70th St. Who live South of e. 67th St. This adjustment when voted on by the Board would be put into effect on january 29, 1962 this would be an instance in which pupils from an integrated school would be sent to i predominantly White one. Metroplex the attraction of living in a big City and the problems faced by groups of people living to Gether in Large numbers is being detailed in a six Prog rare series a Metroplex a which began last tuesday oct. 24 at 8 30 . On a Tow. The first program was a the Riddle of the Englewood Leader comments continued from Page i i have already pointed out that this is the official position of some real estate professionals. What Are the facts the simplest answer is that it is not minority occupancy which depreciates value it is parcel Ling which has this effect. There have been considerable number of recent studies carried out by appraisers and real tors As Well As other students of property values All of which have pointed to one thing that the entry of non Whites into a neighbourhood does not of itself directly affect property values values will go Down remain stable or go up depending on what homeowners of the area believe and do. And on the actions of realtors and mortgage agencies. If panic Selling sluts the Market values will temporarily decline and then raise to a new High As non Whites bid for the available Homes. If the majority of White owners stay put. And the neighbourhood is desirable one. Property values will remain stable. Of course As is most often the Case the areas into which negroes most generally Are permitted to enter Are older neighbourhoods where housing i a1 ready deteriorating. Since such housing is Only in demand by lower income families prices will drop and deterioration will continue spurred on by Over crowding and property neglect but the influx of Low income non Whites in this instance a is not a cause but result of property value in the neighbourhoods studied by the commission on race and housing a the entry of non Whites was found to have had no effect on property Selling prices in the majority of All of this comes to us in recent years As a new revelation of up to Date research but essentially the same understanding of the problem a available most 40 years ago it is a sobering experience to read the factual discussion of property value depreciation in the 1922 report of the Chicago commission on race relations. The facts were known in 1922 How is it that they Are just now being rediscovered 2 another common fear is that property will not be kept up and the financial obligations will not be met. What Are the facts the president of a Large Eastern mortgage company writes a actually there is no difference in our delinquency records Between White and negro Loans. An of fical of a savings Bank states his a firm conviction that the soundness of any mortgage loan depends on the condition and value of the property its location. And the credit of the Borrower and that the color or ethnic origin of the Borrower is the Nares re a gently confirmed this a realtors with experience in negro housing. Report that As a class the negro Home buyer meets his payments faithfully often More faithfully than other race groups in the same economic level and that if his property is in Good repair when he obtains it he takes care of it after he buys White and negro tenants of the same socioeconomic standing look after their apartments equally Well. A the stereotype a negro slump just cannot hold up under observation unless one persists in seeing Only deteriorated neighbourhoods. The growing negro Middle class in Chicago has been Able to push past the hopeless neighbourhoods to some very desirable areas where it is apparent to All who will see that Good property will be improved and very High Standard maintained. After All the negro investing in a Good Home has much at stake As his Whit neighbors and frequently much More. Purely from a material standpoint integrated not Only would work but would solve Many of our housing problems. Sammy Dyer school of the theater presents Caribbean cruise nov. 3 amp 4th Dunbar High school auditorium 8 30 . Tickets met record shop 328 e. 58th St. Studio 3447 s. Michigan ave. Dale Pontius associate professor of political science at Roosevelt University will speak to the Park Manor neighbors at its general membership meeting nov. 6. Pontius who is an authority on civil defense will address Tho neighbors on this topic. A civil defense How serious the the meeting is slated for 8 . In the Manor Christian Church. E. 73rd and St. Law Renee ave. Milas s. Stephens president of the neighbors said that that civil defense is important to the Park Manor Community. A we Are particularly Fortu pm entry school. he said a to have or. Pontius speak to us on this most important topic. Stephens said that the Public is invited to attend the meeting fun fair set for Parker elementary a to Parker elementary a to 6800 s. Stewart ave., will sponsor a a fun fair a Friday oct. 27 at 7 . In the school. Prizes refreshments and fun for the entire family will feature the evening. Mrs. Roscoe Simmons 314 w. Normal pkwy., is a to president and mrs. Marion k. Singer is principal of Parker ele Flash electric service installation amp repairs i 6-0119 draft Beer gallon $1 35 Ritz liquors 63rd at Sangamon a. Save More with \ v. Gilmore \ l listen to Northwestern is. Notre Dame Isi g laundry and cleaning Village 1 10 . Saturday on a Cal i too on the dial Wuh Milo Hamilton and Bob Finnegan 8619 s. Cottage Grove Chicago ill. Introducing a new concept in dry cleaning 75% saving Coin operated also facilities for Large and Small pieces laundry some users were sceptical at first brought in Only oldest clothes. They now clean their Quot party bests in Norge dry cleaners. Open . 8 30 . Sun. And holidays 9 30 .-10 00 . $ j 50 per 8 la. Load Tommy s lounge user. Ordinance a proposed ordinance which for the first time would require All general contractors and subcontractors doing business in the City of Chicago to be licensed. Will receive a Public hearing before the City Council committee on building and zoning chaired by Alderman Pacini. Lounge 6817 s. Halsted St., has been revoked by mayor Richard j. Daley following a complaint by a policeman that a barmaid assaulted him when he questioned her last aug. 18. The License was one of two recently revoked by the mayor As a result of investigation by police and vice detectives of taverns and night clubs in the cite. Licenses of three other establishments were suspended. Super Quot Sale Quot of garment repair at famous Castle Clea mers 514 w. 69th St. And Hoo w. Marquette hurry Cave limited hurry f a i l time Only Reg. Price Sale trousers Side pockets.1.00 75c worn cuff.1.50 1.25 new or recuff.1.25 1.00 Waist let in or out.1.25 1.00 zippers .1.50 1.25 Waist bands.1.50 1.25 skirts Zipper .1.50 1.00 shorten .2.50 2.00 full .3.50 3.00 dress zipper.2.50 2.00 coat a shorten or lengthen .4.50 3.75 minor repairs in As Little As 50c state Way super Mart sunday breakfast special f o i la. Of Hammond s pork sausage i dozen eggs All for 79 i can of Pillsbury biscuits r american Beauty pork amp Beans 3 52-oz. I eans i of Happy Vale peas or red Rose Corn Cream 7 303 s a cans i Bowman Dairy milk Gal. Plus Dep. 79 fancy Long Island ducks 39 c la Huls bro5 Hill Bros. Coffee Reg or drip. 69� in. White potatoes to lbs. 29 whole fryers 25 c la Colgate toothpaste with free tooth Brush 69 vevc0 Spaghetti ls�?T/2-oz. Cans $1 for Riceland Rice to lbs. I39 Quaker grits iv2-lb. Boxes a 6 for Jack mackeral 5 for i00 Del Monte pineapple Grapefruit drink ocl o one meats that make the feast Schultz chitterling 5-lb. Pail 98 cans your Choice Oscar Mayer Bacon wieners link sausage lab. Pkg. 55 country club malt liquor 6 Pak 95c House of Stuart s scotch fifth 3 98 Choice round Steak 69 c in ground beef or pan sausage 31 pork chops first Cut too 3 lbs. Chicken wings 3 a. Too . No. I Sweet potatoes Florida juice oranges 39 Doz. 3�?� 29< Ticy collard greens 2 25c Jiffy Corn fab muffin mix washing powder 2 Oxil 10c 2 a a 55� progressive Gressie Margarine bleach 41,180c % 20� we also have a Complete line of trick or treat Candy state Way super Mart 6032 Halsted St. Shop the Safeway at state Way we deliver Sale for october 26 thru 28 we Reserve the right to limit quantities a Complete shopping Center wines a liquors a Beer store hours daily 8 . To to . Sunday 8 . To 4

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