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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 1, 1960, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin Irma Day a plumber i my a schools throughout area open next week the Board of education apparently has changed plans and now will not include a lunchroom in the new Tesla school 6657 Kimbark. School supt. Benjamin c. Willis has recommended that lunchroom equipment originally ordered for the school be utilized in the new Hughes school. 15th and Tripp. Mrs. John b. Allen a member of the school Board spid persons around the new Tesla school have stressed the need for a lunchroom. Willis said that due to changes in planning of facilities at Tesla the equipment would not be required. The matter was deferred to the next Board meeting after mrs. Allen requested time to determine Why the plans were changed in other action recently the Board authorized condemnation proceedings to acquire land next to Kershaw school awarded two contracts and rejected three others for construction of the Mcdade school and approved plans for four new schools and one addition. The land to be condemned will be used for an addition to Kershaw 6435 Union. The $1,269 Square foot parcel at 65th and i owe contains a one Story Brick office and warehouse at 628 w. 65th. And a former ice House it 640 w. 65th As final plans were approved for the $656,000 addition to the Ross school 6059 Wabash mrs. Allen expressed concern Over the possibility the school will become oversized. The school with the new addition will be a $1,900 Pupil school. The capacity will be reduced to 1,200 pupils with razing of the old portion of the school. Board plans Call for the new addition to be open in sept. 1961, end the old part razed by that Date. Advance registration for the fall semester will be held at Englewood evening school 6201 Stewart next wednesday and thursday evening at 7 of clock enrolment will continue through sept. 22, although classes will begin on sept. 12. A an expert staff of faculty advisors will be present to Speed up registration a announced Eugene h. Beaver principal. A students will receive individual guidance to fit their varying needs and problems. Our 1-2-3 registration system by the Stu Dent is simple and to Register for evening school any adult Over 16 years of age May report to the lunchroom at the North end of the building the first step in the registration system is the payment of i$7.50 registration charge plus 50-cent activity fee which is the entire Cost for one year of eve n graduation. The prospective in Ollee then receives registration cards and a copy of the school program. In the second step of the 1-2-3 registration system the student is directed to a faculty advisor who counsels the student in the Hoice of subjects and the Prepa action of that students program. The student completes the class cards which Are then approved by the faculty advisor. In the final step of the 1-2-3 registration system the faculty advisor directs the student with the approved registration cards to the Check up desk. Here other advisors Check the program and ascertain that the selected classes Are still open for registration. The advisor gives the approved class cards to the student who is then qualified to report to his classes. Advance registration assures a student that the classes in which he is interested Are still open. Once a class has reached its maximum membership students May be enrolled Only if another student has dropped out. The new addition to Bass school 6554 s. May St., is pro feeding ahead of schedule. It is hoped that by november the pupils May Start to use its fourteen classrooms thus eliminating the need of shifts. Construction of the new Rudyard Kipling school at w. 94th and s. Wallace sts., is proceeding lung school during which a Stu i Dent May earn six credits toward satisfactorily since the ground breaking at the close of school in june. When this Twenty room building is completed shifts will be eliminated at the adjacent Ryder school 8716 s. Wallace St. Raster school 6936 s. Hermitage ave., will have a new principal this fall due to the resignation in july of Charles w. Lauthers. It is expected that his successor will be appointed at the meeting of the Board of education on aug. 24. The 1961 budget hearing for District 15 will take place at 9 a.m., sept. 20, in the Assembly Hall of Harper High school or. Benjamin c. Willis and members of his staff will be present to hear the views and desires of parents and persons of the Community who May wish to be heard. So that All May be heard each participant is asked to limit his remarks to five minutes and is requested to submit a written copy of them also. Glaziers Are installing More than 150 panes of Glass in the Yale elementary school 7025 s Princeton ave., to replace those broken since classes ended in june. William c. Wilson District superintendent said the damage was done by ballplayers using the school playground which is lit at night. Ted Voight Field Secretary for the Englewood committee for Community action blamed a a older youngsters. He said Many came from other neighbourhoods and that they bar Young children a rear View of the new Brownell school 6757 Michigan shows Progress of the construction which is to be ready by the time the fall semester opens. From using the grounds. Voight also charged police supervision was inadequate. A a a was completed on the rehabilitated physics and chemistry laboratories. The chemistry Laboratory particularly is now one of the most modern in the City utilizing As it does a lecture area within the Laboratory room As Well As a separate demonstration and lecture area in an adjoining room. An important addition to the facilities is a Large in working space for individual and group experiments with the provision of a vault for the securing of valuable equipment and supplies. The present school budget allows for the rehabilitation of All of the older student toilet facilities in the building. It is expected that work on this project will get started in the near future the architects office is at present completing the plans and specifications so that bids May be obtained. Curriculum improvement continues to receive the major attention of the school administrators and faculty. Beginning in september a new course in contemporary problems will be offered to seniors. Four different classes will be available during the first semester of the offering. Plans for this course Call for the consideration by More mature students of Many important Domestic and inter National concerns. Five a foreign language in and it is expected that who take the course will do Well on College placement examinations. Another new feature of instruction this fall will be the offering of a College course in English composition available to upper class students of High ability. Tho course will be taught the High school building by dents a member t f the Wilson Junior College faculty and will carry College credit awarded by the Junior College. It will not replace any High school English courses but May be carried by certain selected students in addition to the regular four year High school English program. A number of faculty changes Are now in process due to retirements and transfers and there is some indication that the percentage of regularly assigned teachers at the school will be still further improved. The regular assignment of a number of substitute teachers who have qualified in the Hyde Park High school situation is expected before school starts. When Candy Caramel apple.,_. _. And Oft drinks disappear from r,udln8 Ruslan and latin will continue to be offered thus por Viding one of the broadest foreign language offerings in the City. Extensive ability grouping of i which has characterized the High school cafeterias apparent a so do the students. At least that was the result in local Public school a Hyde Park High a where the Sale sweets was halted last March ini�?T1001 of Quot rom years a it Nunuz with a or accelerated and an Experiment. To win Back the customers. Schools supt. Benjamin c. Willis was to recommend yesterday xxx or top scholarship classes in All academic subjects. At the same time remedial that the Board of education lift classes for the less academically the ban Able students Are provided in in a report sent to Board Mem English mathematics science hers Willis save that the con and social studies sumption of nut Nous federally or. Watters indicated that the subsidized lunches fell off sub a a of average slow and a Stantis ally during the period of debated classes seems to re the Experiment. The two schools main about constant and the sold 30.320 fewer lunches than in number of classes provided for the previous year with a Rove each reflect the needs of the nue loss of $12,734. Students. A by an actual apparently the teen agers took he said a the number of special their business and appetites classes for slower than average where the shelves were stocked students is 66, or 21% of All with Candy bars and soda pop. Academic classes the number of of All City High schools banned classes for better than average sweets with a comparable loss in students is 70, or 22% of All sales lunchroom income would classes in the academic areas drop $313,800 a year and an and a course in advanced biology Dit ional subsidy would be need a College level course tried on an de. Willis reported. Experimental basis last semester although Willis will Reeoma will continue to be offered this mend that Candy be restored to fall. The offering in advanced High school cafeteria counters biology i will be repeated and school officials still Hope to per former students will proceed Suade teenagers to turn to a More with advanced biology in Al wholesome diet. Though the course does not carry a parallel Experiment Banning College credit the Content and confections in All the City s Cie-1instruction is at the College level Centary schools was More Suc As finishing touches Are being put on the new Tesla school 6657 Kimbark principal Jerome Gilbert and his clerk mrs. Eunice Stallworth of 7115 Champlain Are already at work. The school which will open in two weeks will accommodate some 700 pupils from kindergarten through sixth Grade. Boundaries of the District will be last Side of Woodlawn West Side of Stony Island 64th and 67th its. Clearing House realty sales mortgages insurance property management 7732 cottage Grove to. 4-1895 Abernathy taxi assn., inc two stands #1�?4335 South Park Avo. #2�?4510 cottage Grove Avo. 24-hou� radio Dia Parhad Taal cab licensed amp bonded Driver meter rate to. 8-9100 prompt dependable Coil Rte i a cloak a Yoni Phon. For sensational food values read the Back Page food buys of the week sugar cured smoked Coli Ham. La. £0 meaty spare ribs for Holiday Barb a la. Tm5j x a 11, ii it o it a f t ii i w i i k in the bulletin spotlight this week is or. Clifford James of 7004 plans for the Joshua d. Kershaw elementary school 6435 Union have been approved and ground will be broken this fall. Scheduled for occupancy in 1961, its estimated Cost is $825,000. This addition will contain 22 classrooms and two kindergarten rooms and provide accommodations for 780 to 910 pupils. Cess Ful. Willis reported that it had Little if any effect on lunchroom patronage. He will recommend continuing the ban permanently in the Grade schools. Hyde Park High school 6220 s. Stony Island ave., will open its doors to More than 2,600 Stu s. Eberhart. Or. James and Eva at estimated enrol his wife Charlotte James Mem is 2.630 students almost resided Here since july exactly the same number in j 1 rolled in the High school in 1952 he is serving his third term september a year ago. In and edition about 300 elementary Stu As president of the 7000 s. Eber dents will occupy nine rooms Bis i or a on by t to i a Branch of the Scott school. Quot Aki Dulk Glud. He is a Hyde Parks principal. Or Slember of the Park Manor William a. Watters indicated that the building utilization plan neighbors a joint Council of will be approximately similar to that of last year. A with present Block clubs. Enrolment fibres and on the Active Chur Ltd member or James is chair basis of our Best estimates we i will continue to have room for Scott Branch during the summer work High Quality meats Avalon meat Market 437 e. 79th, St. 3-7347 Rand Conyers mgr. Open 4-7 the 67-year-old Kershaw school 6435 Union is marked for replacement next year. Unless there is a new influx of population into the area the existing Structure will be torn Down. The two structures will not be connected and no work is planned for the present building. A a matter of Pride Quot Reed s Barber shop one of Englewood s finest 1117 w. 63rd or. 8-3766 Al s Quot Glass Quot shop save your furniture tops with Glass tops enlarge your rooms with mirrors for Frei estimate Call Drexel 3-3985 534 East 46th place Man of the trustee Board at greater Walters ame Zion Church 3800 s. Dearborn St. He has been employed for the past 37 years at the Corn product refining company and is chairman of Corn products credit committee. When asked his views on Community improvement or. James said Rall who live in Park Manor Are proud of their Community. Therefore we work hard to make and keep it Beautiful. We have our Block clubs w hich bring neighbors together to discuss whatever problems arise this is done so that problems May be worked out and they usually Are. Also our civic organization Park Manor neighbors is doing a great the 7000 Eberhart Block club will meet the 2nd wednesday in september at that time the club will make plans for Christmas decorations for the Block. Quot this is one of the most beautifully Xmas decorated blocks in the City of the bulletin salutes or. Clifford James and the 7000 s. Eberhart Block club for outstanding achievement As members of our Community and a Quot Job Well available at your favorite cosmetic counter the toll Oiring merchants congratulate oar neighbor of the your world Book encyclopedia representative $. Brown Hudson 7-0764 378 e. 71st St. He. 7-9686 m amp e fisheries wholesale and retail Mary Nero. Prop. General realty amp building co. 372 e. 71st St. To. 4-3433 sales mortgage management insurance j. P. Coach amp co. Exterminators a got a Roach Call coach Kenwood 8-5400 417 e. 47th phone to. 4-4221 finer dry cleaning exclusive cleaners and dyers of Park Manor 518 East 71st Chicago 19, Illinois a a heritage of Good service Quot Osborne Tyson Ann Tyson alterations proprietor Back to school specials at Larry s Valet shop your Headquarters for hat blocking Hose laces shirts cleaning regular $1.75 rubber half soles now $1.35 free pencils to boys amp girls St. 3-9295 act now in time for school 557 e. 71st St. When ifs too Long for you ifs just right for me come on out to f. J. Lid Deus Barber shop 7050 so. Park St. 3-8946 Quot neighbor of the week Quot is a regular feature of the bulletin. Read the bulletin each week. For information about advertising amp suggestions Call Clarence Smith or Bernard Hayes St. 3-1040

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