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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 10, 1959, Chicago, Illinois A a a a volume 1, no. 49 10c at Newsstands Chicago Illinois september 10, 1959 published a i 439 e. 71st St. Tel. Steward 3-1040 Woodlawn City say owners plunges should stay away forty six Allard building code violations Are the cause for the City a asking Superior court to name a receiver for the building at 1415-21 e. 61st St. The cite also wants the own one Hundred years ago a Man built a House in the wilderness near what is now the Corner of 63 re St. And Woodlawn. His name was James Wadsworth and he had no neighbors for he was Woodlawn a first permanent resident. Mark its first 100 years the residents of Woodlawn whose problems now run More toward illegal overcrowding of apartment houses than toward Wadsworth s Lack of neighbors will celebrate the 100-year anniversary beginning a month from this saturday. Cut on Side leg so far three events have been scheduled in the Centennial Observance. They Are a a kick off meeting of the associated clubs of Woodlawn which will be held on october 12 at the Woodlawn regional Library 6247 Kimbark. A a Centennial exhibition and social reception on october 18 at the Woodlawn boys club 6331 University. A a historical pageant on nov. 20, which is described the High Point of the Celebration by Centennial chairman Floyd Mulkey. 6108 Kimbark. The Centennial committee headed by Mulkey is being sponsored by the associated clubs of Woodlawn whose president is the Rev. A. L. Reynolds of the sixth United presbyterian Church. Program chairman of the Clifford w. Atkinson of Christ episcopal Church. In charge of the oct. 18 exhibition Are mrs. Gwendolyn Scott 6448 Minerva and mrs. Wendell Green 6640 Minerva. The reception committee is headed by mrs. William e. Cross 6321 University and mrs. L. W. Spaulding 6251 Blackstone. Lee Salisbury 6104 Kimbark and mrs. D. Park Gibson 6640 Minerva Are in charge of arrangements for the nov. 20 pageant. Block representatives to meet monday night business accumulated Over a meeting less three summer months will be taken up by the Park Manor neighbors Block Council monday at 8 . In Martin ame Church 7150 Indiana. The president Ashby g. Smith of 6918 Calumet will announce the organizations program for the remainder of this year. A nominating committee will be elected to select a slate of candidates to head the organization in 1960-1961. Block club representatives will hear two reports. The activities of the conservation committee through the summer will be related by its chairman Laurence Harding of 7154 Eberhart. A report of the groups fund raising efforts Over the same period will be Given to the blocks with representatives present. All the affiliated Block clubs Are expected to have two official representatives of hand Smith said. The meeting is open to the Public. Contributions to help finance the Centennial Observance Are being solicited by Benjamin d. Rutledge 6437 Kenwood and Robert Swan 1172 e. 63rd St., who Are serving As finance chairman and treasurer of the Centennial committee respectively. Ers As Well As resident agent Clare t. Ackley of Ackley Brothers company 1447 e. 63rd St., to keep out of the apartment House while the receiver gets on with the necessary repairs if the court decides to appoint one. As an alternative the City a lawyers Are asking the court to order action by one of the five defendants named in the suit. Besides the agent these Are Robert Ostreicher 4657 Sheridan Melvin Sigel 2908 Lunt Morris Sackheim 7619 Bosworth and Emma Ostreicher 4950 Marine drive. The building has 17 living units now being occupied by 104 persons the suit charges. Through window 2-year-old Woodlawn girl is City s 14th polio victim i despite a door to door canvass several weeks ago by Alderman Leon m. Despress committee against polio Woodlawn now has a polio victim. She is a two year old girl living in the 6200 Block on Dorchester who has been stricken with moderate paralysis. The Board of health refused to identify the girl a a because it might create a a month ago the Board was publicizing the danger of polio As part of a Campaign to encourage people six escape in crash m patrolman Frank Juraska comforts Jean Pinion 30, of the stonehenge hotel 6319 Kenwood after she was a tabbed with a Butcher knife on the Side and leg last Friday night. The Man who attacked gardeners to be fetid at luncheon Community area winners of the third annual citywide Good gardening contest will be honoured at an awards luncheon wednesday in the Lincoln room of the Chicago Federal savings end loan association 100 n. State. Among those to be feted Are or. And mrs. Marshall Lewis 8044 Indiana third prize winners in area one of the contest John Ion Stevens 7704 South Park Murray Wilson 8033 Michigan Albert. Vinning 6432 m Minerva and John Farow 6449 Minerva. The contest is part of the program of the citizens committee for a cleaner Chicago co sponsor of the Competition along with the Park District the Chicago association of Commerce and Industry and the finance firm. Judging was done by horticultural Park District experts under the direction of William Blaesing chief Horticulturist. Her Francis Wand 43, of the same address a labourer was held on a charge of As Sault with intent to kill. Taken to Woodlawn Hospital she told police that she and Wand had an argument while drinking and the Man cornered her near the elevator after a Chase. Gets $150 award from us Treasury the us Treasury department has presented a $150 Cash award to mrs. Lavergne g. Celestine 727 e. 60th St. The award was made a in recognition of an outstanding performance rating for efficiency reliability and willingness to perform duties above and beyond the requirements of her mrs. Celestine has been an employee of the department for More than 10 years. She has served in the women a army corps of the us army for four years during which time she attained the rank of first sergeant. Ino one was killed in the crash last saturday after 0 noon even though the cars both had to be towed away from the site of the Accident at Garfield and Wood. Doctors at Central Community Hospital treated both Wesley Grant 65, of 8014 Calumet and the five riders in the overturned Auto for Only slight injuries. But when the wreckers truck pulled away Grant car at left the sprung Hood stayed behind jammed into the undercarriage of the other vehicle. A act slates 9-week course for police who want promotions two area residents will be on the faculty of an a act sponsored police sergeants examination training school which will begin classes at five locations on monday. They Are retired police Captain Harry b. Deas 8408 Prairie and elementary school principal Otha Robinson 8343 Michigan. Between 230 and 250 Chicago patrolmen Are expected to attend the classes according to the Rev. Carl a. Fuqua executive Secretary of the a acpt a City Branch. Purpose of the nine week training school is to help patrolmen pass a written examination that is expected to be Given in mid november to determine eligibility for promotion to sergeant. Both White and negro officers will attend the classes Fuqua said. Chairman of the schools faculty is attorney Robert w. Ming former Law professor at the University of Chicago. Others on the faculty include capt. Kinzie Blueitt Samuel b. Stratton attorney jewel Rogers and sgt. Harold Miles. Classes will be held daily from monday through saturday at the Washington Park Myca and four other locations. A bad witnesses said that one of the cars ran a red of fat through the intersection up a Jaq Iii which is regulated by a complicated system of traffic a i a signals and posted with of tp9 a slav warnings for Drivers to i r # a a snatch your own nearly 150 person attendee the outdoor Tea and fashion show Given recently by the 7100 Wabash Block club according to the president mrs. Thelina Moore 7145 Wabash. First prize for the highest amount a Money raised by Tea an eight month old baby hostesses was awarded to mrs. Jerry Dodson son of or. And Roxie Mcgrew 7139 Wabash to get polio shots. The Board did reveal however that the Woodlawn girl was the Only one of the City a 14 reported polio victims this year who had received the full series of three Salk polio inoculations. However a he had not had the recommended Booster shot according to Herman n. Bundesen health Board president. The fifth Ward in which the two year old victim lives was one of Only three 28 inner City wards where the Alderman carried out mayor Richard j. Daley a request for a polio inoculation drive. Public health officials believe the Peak of the polio season has been reached in Chicago. The 14 cases and one death which have been reported to the Board of health so far this year contrast with 980 cases and 18 deaths in 1956, a near epidemic year during which the City was almost blanketed with Salk polio shots. For the state As a whole reports through thursday showed 109 cases and five deaths almost double the incidence of last year. In Springfield b. K. Richardson Deputy director of the Illinois Public health department said that without use of the Salk vaccine a Illinois would have had i Little Edie Ruth Gray 5, by v a a infant Dies on Way to Hospital mrs. Harvey Dodson of 656 e. 73rd St., became suddenly ill monday and was pronounced dead on arrival at provident Hospital. Grand crossing police reported the baby suffered an attack of asthmatic bronchitis complicated by pneumonia and inflamed bronchial tubes. And to mrs. Posie Clemmons 7141 Wabash. A second prize was awarded to the hawaiian table for the Best arrangement. The Tea tables were decorated with bouquets from club members Flower gardens. There was a hawaiian dance number and a boy scout Drill was led by Victor Moore the presidents son. Of 6046 Harper tagged along behind her sister bobs Hie Jean 11, As the older girl went to visit a Friend Kensell Coopwood 13, a coup pie of Homes Down the Street at 6034 Harper. Kensell and her family live in a third floor apart Nie it overlooking the alleys there Are screens in the first floor windows but the land lord kept up no such Protection on the upper stories the two older girls were talking in the Kitchen leave ing Edie to her own devices in the living room when the five year old youngster turn bled out of the window to the pavement below. The dotted line Marks the path of the plunge. The child taken to the ii Lino is Central Hospital by the police was pronounced read on arrival. Diplomas for three to go through mails diplomas for three local summer graduates of the University of Illinois Are now being prepared. New bachelors of science Are Robert h. Bryant 7728 Indiana and Janet m. Matsushima 6017 Harper. Eugene f. Parker was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Laws. Because there i no summer to Institute reports 50 deaths Here on the maps in the to inst expect water pressure to be at Normal level by this morning by Jock e. Budd a critical water pressure problem which has plagued some of this area since last Friday is expected to be solved by this morning. Workmen have been working a round the clock repairing a broken main at 102nd and s. State its. Local fire department units have been notified the entire area from e. 79th to 103rd sts., s. State St. To the Lake will be a Low pressure area until about 8 . Today. H. H. Gerstein assistant chief water Engineer of the City department of water and sewers said the department has been. \ \ \ v it amp amp a it a a e leak in hater main at 102tul and state its. Reduced Nater pressure in parts of this area tuesday and yesterday announced water department. Crews worked a round la clock to repair the break. Commencement ceremony the tute it the number area fared Beuer in 1958 than preparation of diplomas is held 0f cases q to throughout Cook some others but the picture was up until ail grades Are in and county dark Black Cross Hatch far from being As Bright in checked. The certificates will be Marks stand out Over Woodlawn outlying portions of the City. Mailed As soon As ready and Active cases of All will be our a by the Middle of discovered there. I in yest Woodlawn Park Man october or soon after the uni-1 dead of to last year were or Chatham and East Engle varsity authorities announced. More than 50 residents of this i Wood lighter dots 011 the dist rib entire area. Ution map indicate a total of 233 More than 350 new cases of cases. Though this is a larger the disease were discovered Here Freure it stands for an area by tuberculosis Institute teams about three times the size of some 80 of them in advanced Woodlawn. Stages. On the other hand to Institute statistics Are prepared on almost everyone who has Ever the basis of the actual new cases visited one of the brightly of to reported. There is no attempt to establish How Many cases occur in relation to the number of people living in any one Community. A although the number of new Active cases of tuberculosis in Chicago declined for the fourth consecutive year the to death rate of the City a residents was Only slightly better the Institute reported last week. Final figures for the year the Institute said included reports just received of deaths of 114 flooded with complaints about painted Mobile a Ray units or water pressure Here. I who has been a Rayed in one of the Board of health stations he said the primary problem that in a few Days a print is the break in the water main de card saying a a you re oks a at 102nd and s. State its. Dis Rives through the mail covered last Friday and thought a minority hears other news at first to be just a leak in a advising a further checkup either joint. However workmen found with a private doctor or at the a Large cast Iron Section had to be municipal sanitarium replaced. These cards Are mailed out by Gerstein said the work is to tie 3 Institute. Another fun be completed in time for pres ton / organization is to Era to in Lorn in Normal compile states tics Coll Eming the disease. According to these figures this Small dog has Friend jury returns murder verdict sure to be returned to Normal this morning. He said the problem has been made More serious by the fact that the City is going through one of the worst hot spells in its history and by the fact that the water main at e. 95th and s. State its. Has been shut off during the construction of the South expressway under-1 murder was the verdict re pass there. Turned by the coroners jury last local police stations have also week in the Case of the death of been flooded with complaints Ernest Matthews 24, of 6404 and tuesday evening Burnside Ellis last aug. 30. Police toured the District urging he was fatally stabbed in an people to curb sprinkling of Alley near 43rd St. And Lake their lawns and gardens. South Park As he and three friends East hospitals said they have not were on their Way to a birthday been affected by the Low pres party sure. Arthur Isherwood and the friends told police that mini Strator of the Roseland com they were assailed by an in Mummy Hospital said that Hospi known Man in the Alley. All ran Tal and most others have special in different directions after the pumps that kick into service As Man pulled out a knife but the soon a the regular pressure Man Cost to pursue Matthews goes below a certain level i they said. Chicagoan in other states. In the City proper there were 377 deaths including 15 nonresidents reported to the Board of health the total of Chicago residents who died of the disease Here and elsewhere was 476, which compared with 488 in 1957, a decline in the death rate of Only .3 per cent. Figured on the deaths that occurred in the City the 1958 death rate was 10,1 for each 100,000 of population. With the addition of those that occurred outside the rate was 12.7. The nationwide death rate said the Institute is 8. Nationally the death rate is higher in metropolitan Urban centers than in the country As a whole. The number of new Active cases reported to the Board of health declined from 3,623 in 1957 to 3,094 last year. Even though this was an improvement of 14.6 per cent it indicated an average of More than eight persons stricken with tuberculosis in Active form for every Day of the year the Institute said. One unfavourable Factor in controlling tuberculosis was revealed by the report. Almost two thirds of the new cases reported were in the advanced stages of the disease�?34 per cent moderately and 31 per cent far advanced. In 205 instances the first official record of Active to was a death certificate. To deaths of children under 15 continues to decline. In 1956 3.1 per cent of All to deaths in Chicago were in this age group. Last year child deaths were 2.3 per cent of the total. Of the total 1958 deaths 72 per cent were men and 68 per cent were in persons 45 and older. Forty per cent were nonwhites Twenty one per cent of the total Active cases reported in the year were discovered in the free Chest a Ray Survey sponsored by the Institute the Christmas Seal Agency and the municipal tuberculosis sanitarium. Quot Ilov could anyone abandon a cute Little fellow like Tiu asked puzzled Hoy Patnode of the animal Elfare league 6225 s. W Abath ate shotting two months old Pup abandoned last Neek at 7122 a Cennes. Postal workers to meet sunday Chicago members of the National Alliance of postal employees will meet at 3 30 sunday to hear Leon j. Hillman 7605 Calumet report on the groups 24th National convention held last month in Atlantic City . Hillman who is president of the alliances Chicago Branch headed an eight member Chicago delegation at the convention. He says that his report will Deal with the convention s a far reaching decisions affecting All Alliance they re looking for Youw and thousands of people every Day urn to the bulletin climb it ads to satisfy their want and chair needs. Thay want to buy or rant or a All. Thay want to hire a Helper or find e Job. And they turn to the classification that advertises their wants. Be sure your and is there where they can see it. St wart 31040

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