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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 20, 1962, Chicago, Illinois Your Community newspaper serving Chatham. Avalon Englewood Park Manor Chesterfield West Chesterfield and Vernon Park tans volume 4, no. 50 10c it newsstand Chicago ill., thursday september 20. 1962 published at 439 e. 71st St. Tel. Stewart 3-1040 25 per month delivered to your door each thursday plan to Complete Englewood shopping Center by 1965 completion of the $6.833,0001 the forecast was made follow Centra Englewood Urban re j ing a meeting of the depart Newal project by 1965 was ment of Urban renewal Board the target Date set yesterday by at which Hill submitted a Prog Lewis Hill assistant commis Ress report on the plan to presented to the Engle sooner of conservation. I modernize the 63rd and Halsted Wood Community Council and local civic groups including the shopping area. Parking spaces would be ret Hill said the project is taking rated into expanded off Street shape and the tentative plan police ask tension shows on the faces of John Bell recreation chairman of the Ecca left Phillip Dripps education chairman of Ecca partly obscured and Robert Atwood Ecca executive director As they Are interviewed by woman reporter after District 21 budget hearing. Dripps expressed concern Over what he called a the condescending attitude of supt. Willis a he said the hearings had become a tool of the Board to stifle Community criticism of school policy. % Community assails gagging at budget hearings Calls supt. Willis arrogant help us to curb crime crime cannot exist Community if people to criticism of the Chicago Board they should have said in the i schools eligible to receive pupils Lier believed of education Community budget in the open Transfer plan made space should be deleted from hearings is growing More in a if the budget hearings Arentt Public and the sending schools the list Willis said. They Are tense Here. Most of it seems to going to serve any better Pur not mentioned. Haven 1472 s. Wabash ave. Stem from alleged gagging of pose than this a mrs. Craft said a this allows opposition to i Cook 8150 s. Bishop St. Shedd organizations wishing to make a then they ought to be aban build up against the plan while 200 e. 99th St. Pullman 11311 statements and the attitude of a he sending schools Are kept in s. Forrestville ave., and scan schools supt. Benjamin c. Or it tax i cpai5 Coco c ver the dark. Ian. 11725 s. Perry ave. Willis. A a a a a a j j 1,1. 4-.i a this is just another attempt Rev. Owen Pelt pastor of youth s family does not own a to sabotage the whole plan a Shiloh Baptist Church 6201 s. J new car and he is seen driving Rev. Dripps charged. I May St., said the handling of one. I schools eligible to j mrs. Jack seals 6350 s. Vernon ave., president of Central Community leaders from Dis Council of the a to said she tricks 20 and 21 expressed Dis believed that some speakers had satisfaction with a attempts to been intimidated their civic duty and help the police. That was the Crux of a recent directive from o. W. Wilson superintendent of police. Commander Joseph p. Hurley 7th District Englewood agreed with Wilson and by Way of illustration produced a five Point program he has been promoting to Cut Down Auto stripping in Englewood. Briefly it have unused i cons its of the of Lowin 1. Garage renters Check the character of persons who rent your garage especially if they live out of the neighbourhood. 2. Youths with late Model cars neighbors should notify police when they know the in any i telling How Long will do away from Home parking lots. Hill said Quot the plan will protect both the real estate and sales tax Southtown planning commis j bases create new jobs stabilize Sion and the Englewood bu3i and beautify the Community and Ness menus association. I create a first rate Center for Halsted St. Would be closed to 140,000 persons who live within All traffic except buses fire a five mile equipment and ambulances from w. 62nd to w. 65th its. He said the City would acquire and demolish about 15 stores and in w. 63rd St. From s. And 150 dilapidated residential Peoria St. To s. Union ave. All structures in the area and help other traffic would be rerouted j construct new parking space. Over Union and Peoria. Also proposed is a Plaza on the Southeast Corner of Halsted and 63rd sts., to contain an open you will be air restaurant a skating rink circular benches and a Fountain. According to Hill owners of business property and Mer 5. Allow papers or mail to accumulate. 6. Broadcast your absence. 7. Leave keys in Glove com expected to invest $2,500,000 to apartment of car or in ignition Spruce up the storefronts lock the plan seeks unified Archt Wilson emphasized that Many treatment of the Busi crimes can be avoided if people Ness structures in the area will watch for signs of crime bounded by Union ave., Sanga and promptly notify police. To Mon St., 61st and 65th sts., get the police Call to 5-1313. About 1,800 on Street metered on Halsted from 62nd to 65th and on 63rd from Union to Peoria there would be Only one Lane of pavement in each direction to permit wider sidewalks and parkways in which grass and Trees would be planted chants in the affected area Are j some of the Street intersection in the Halsted and 63rd malls would be arcaded. Hill said the City a share of the project will come to $2,260.-471 and the Federal share financed by the housing and Home finance Agency will be $4,512,804. Fields 7720 s. Control what was included in statements made in the Community hearings and the a condescending attitude of supt. Willis. Presentation away from the District 20 headed by mrs. A to Virginia Lewis held its hearing i pupils in the open Transfer plan receive the hearing a was a denial of its according to supt. Willis Are i a speakers who say what they 3. Dismantling of cars in alleys or garages particularly when the men Are suspicious or Stewart ave., education chairman of the Parker a to said that mrs. Virginia Lewis supt. Of District 20 called her on the thursday at 9 . In Lowe elementary school 838 w. Marquette blvd. District 21 held its meeting at 1 30 . In Holmes elementary school 955 w. Garfield blvd. The District is headed by Michael Fortino. Mrs. Allen Craft 741 e. 62nd.,. A c a or i Telephone the Day before the St., president of the Englewood hearing and suggested High school a to said that for-�u�?o8et Cedrins Ana suggested i j i statements concerning housing Tino told her not to include anti.,15amp.j 1 be left out of her report cism of the curriculum and the language program in the a to mrs. Lewis told the bulletin statement because a they were she suggested that Only items not relevant to the pertaining to the school budget a i Felt he did not have the be included in budget state mrs. Jose Wabash ave., past president of Wildwood 6950 n. Hiawatha believe should be done in the j strangers to your neighbourhood Ruggles a to said there was ave. Say ret ig50 n. Newland schools should not be dealt with Anco Thev Are seen engaged in pressure to take control of the a a. Smyser 4310 n. Melvina in a cynical condescending a j extensive dismantling opera p to u Peinberg 3425 n. Major Shion. A person could decide tons. Many a to members ave. Irving 2140 w. Lexington a Why go to these hearings a he 4 suspicious items in older Bow to such pressure for fear ave. Doolittle East 525 e. 35th said. I car often expensive Access of reprisals against their Chil it it. J Vougias it 3200 s. Calumet Rev. Frank Ichishita. Assistant Ries Suc As bucket seats spot of she said. Ave pastor of the Emerald Avenue lights Anco new bumpers from mrs. Robert Henley 7030 s. Also Drake South 2722 s. Presbyterian Church 6701 s. Other Model cars Are stolen. Right to Tell us what to put in our statement a mrs. Craft said. The a to president said she ments. A i did not see How housing related to the school budget a South Park ave. Greene 3537 Emerald ave., said a school 5. New car pushed by old car s. Paulina ave. Mckay 6901 officials seem to want to close when the former is pushed to a s. Fairfield ave. Phil Sheridan 9035 s. Escanaba ave. An unnamed new school at Vincennes and 51st St., and the Riverdale Branch of Scanlan 13233 Prairie ave. Their eyes to the one Issue which is the biggest in the Chicago school system the Issue of segregation. I done to know How s. I much longer they can do so but there will come a time when five schools which were ear it is rewrote her original statement mrs. Lewis said. And softened the criticism of the mrs. Henley said she resented curriculum and language pro any attempt to control what her group said before the hearings. A it seems to have become a Gram. Much of the Englewood High school a to statement How policy of the Board to get their Ever dealt with the Quality of District superintendents to make the school s teaching program.1 sure Only the Good things Are mrs. Craft said she did not said at these she see what purpose the budget said. Hearings served a since supt j mrs. Lewis responded i Willis is just going to comment would like for people in my Dis arrogantly on the items a favor strict to express their opinions Able to his administration and on what they Are pleased with then not allow a question and and what they Are displeased answer with on what they want changed a instead of answering ques and what they want to remain tons or. Willis spends 40 min the utes lecturing groups on what Rev. Phillip Dripps pastor of Ogden Park methodist Church 6754 s. Loomis ave. And chairman of the education commission of the Englewood committee for Community action said supt. Willis treated the Community condescendingly. A it was obvious a the minister said a that Willis did not want to have a dialogue with the Community on its school problems. A the hearing was slated to run from 9 . Toll . Instead it was conveniently closed at 10 15 . A the hearings Are being held to further the ends of the Board of education and not for the purpose of Mutual sharing. A we were upset by the fact the hearings were held so Early in the year a Rev. Dripps said. A organizations were not Given enough time to prepare for the meetings. I would not have been so concerned about this a Dripps noted a unless this did not fit into the general pattern of keeping our communities off guard. A Why for example were the make a Quot Fortune Quot on your Day off. Use part of your next Day off to gather up things you no longer need. Then place classified and in the bulletin next thursday to sell them fast. Mighty soon you la have a full pocketbook and empty storage closets. It s easy to order your and by phone. Just Call Stewart 3-1040 and ask for an and taker. She has been specially trained to serve you and help you write an and that will sell your Quot done to needs quickly and easily. Why not get extra Money the easy Wayl Call now bulletin want ads St 3-1040 curb and abandoned note the License number and Call police. Wilson a message emphasized that police cannot assume the a whole Burden for All crime and that a citizens must recognize their own responsibilities in its the superintendents p a in Phlete message then proceeded to list a series of a a do a and done tsp by which property owners might a help the police help Hurley in seeking to give Wilson a message the most effective and widest possible Dis _ la ,. J 00ai e t a Tributino last week met with the 16 budget hearing ave Mcdade 8801 s. In Duna Bernstein executive Sec will be held today from 2 30 ave. Ryder 8716 s. Wallace to i j hold District 16 budget hearing . To 4 30 . In the new Pirie elementary school 650 e. 85th St. St. Fort Dearborn 9025 s. Throop St. Also Kipling 9351 s. Lowe according to supt. Willis the ave. Drew 9300 s. Princeton a grass roots hearings Are ave. Gillespie 9301 s. State being held to see what parents St. Burnside 650 e. 91st pm. And communities need for their Wacker 9746 s. Morgan St. Schools prior to the approval of Fernwood 10041 s. Union ave. The 1963 school budget. Bennett 10115 s. Prairie ave. Schools in District 16 Are Shedd 200 e. 99th St. Schmid Barton 7650 s. Wolcott ave. Oglesby 7646 s. Green St. Cook 8150 s. Bishop St. Foster 8530 s. Wood St. Gresham. 8510 s. Green St. Hookway 8101 s. Lasalle St. Ruggles 7831 s. Prairie ave. Cornell 7540 s. Drexel ave. Revere 7145 s. Ellis ave. Dixon 8306 s. St. Lawrence ave. Also Avalon Park 8045 s. Kenwood ave. Pirie 650 e. 85th St. Ned 8555 s. Michigan 9755 s. Greenwood ave. Also Park Manor 7037 s. Rotary of the Englewood businessmen a association. Together they worked out a plan where Englewood a residents might Avail themselves of Wilson a message on preventing and suppressing crime. Copies of the a help the police help you pamphlet will be available at Chicago City Bank and Trust co., 815 w. 63rd St. Sears Roebuck amp co., Corner of 63rd and s. Halsted its. Wie Boldts department store 63rd his Eminence Albert Cardinal Meyer will officiate at Blessing and opening of sacred heart Pavilion new three million Dollar addition to St. Bernard a Hospital 6337 s. Harvard ave., on saturday at 10 30 . Under construction for past 18 months new Wing will offer Chicago area finest in surgical a Ray therapy and out patient facilities while adding 42 Beds to make new total 220. Hospital has been in Englewood for 58 years. Will open St. Bernard Hospital Wing sat. His Eminence Albert car and s. Green its. . Post Dinal Meyer archbishop of the office Englewood Branch 63rd Chicago diocese will officiate and s. Lowe ave., and the South saturday at to ., at the leaders demand better schools for Community Rhodes ave., and Perry 9130 s. University ave. High schools in District 16 Are of thu to Rafica 8023 Normal own economist newspaper of-1 Messing and opening of the Harlan 9652 s a Titan face 728 w. 65th St. Sacred heart Pavilion new some of the main Points con j$3,000,000 addition to St. Ber trained in the pamphlet include Nard a Hospital 6337 s. Harvard. Does i. Leave lights on when ave. Wilson is the Dis away from Home. I the new Wing of the Hospital 2. When on vacation Stop All which has been under construct deliveries and confide in Adion for the past 18 months trusted neighbor to Check your will Oifer the Chicago area premises. What is regarded As the finest 3. Keep record of All Valu in surgical a Ray therapy and Ables. Out patient facilities. 4. Report persons loitering in St. Bernard a has been in the your neighbourhood. Englewood area for the past 58 ave. Ave., and Hirsch 7740 s. Ingleside ave. William g strict superintendent members of the Lay advisory groups will be Victor Yetter Board. I Berg executive vice president also on hand will be repro of the Chicago City Bank and Senta Tives of All the orders Trust co., 815 w. 63rd St., and Chicago area hospitals Union Bruce Sagan publisher of the and civic officials and Busi economist newspapers and the Ness leaders. Hospitals fund raising chair representing in g i e woo d Man. See p. 6 5. Always lock your car and keep car keys separate from House keys. 6. Done to carry or Flash Large amounts of Cash Money. 7. Whether walking or Riding in your car always choose Well lighted and Well travelled streets. Years. Prominent officials who have been invited to attend will include mayor Richard j. Daley it. Rev. Msgr. John w. Barrett archdiocesan director of hospitals Mother St. Joseph assistant provincial of the re Dontus i. Leave windows open Gigious Hospit Alers of St. To or keep a key under the mat. Is Eph and former St. Bernard a 2. Keep Large amounts of administrator and Mother Money or jewelry around the Hughes former St. Bernard a House. 3. Have ladders Handy. Administrator. Representatives of the hos 4. Put notes in milk bottles pita staff also will attend and Best food buys of the week each week the bulletin publishes the Best food buys at your local food store As advertised in your bulletin Sabels farm products Grade a o 7q6 fresh eggs. Dot. A _ Page 4_________ wonder foods smoked sugar cured a Cali _ Page 3_ Vito s Minot of tall can. A Page 2

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