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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 28, 1961, Chicago, Illinois The bulletin. Thursday september 2r. 1961 hush work on 63rd Englewood comment in officer denied hearing by Csc by Henry Wilson in the past civic organizations in Englewood i conversion of buildings and overnight parking namely Block clubs councils and other Assoc a in the alleys. Tons have been Active in a verbal form. These i through the cooperation of the Hals cd Morgan organizations have demonstrated in outdoor Community association and the City agencies housekeeping. 1 responsible for certain kinds of service improve presently Block clubs and several other Spon rents have been made in the following sewers to Neoushy formed associations responded by banding together into one of the largest and perhaps the most encouraging citizens organizations in this Community. Under the name Englewood committee for Community action this group is uniting residents property owners clergy businessmen and service organizations to Deal with change following sound human relations principles. We Are in Hope that the Englewood committee for Community action will not be an cleaned Alley and Street cleaning regularly a Woodlawn probationary ii lineman who was fired recently was also denied a hearing by the Chicago civil service commission last week. Charles l. Mooney 602.1 s. St Lawrence ave., was one of eight officers fired by police supt. 0. Before graduation attorney Daniel a. Gallagher of the Chicago patrolman s As tree trimmed and removal of abandoned Carajo Wilson on sept. 13, a Day on the streets. Presently the organization is very much concerned of the Urban renewal program of the Community conservation Board now being Socia Tion pleaded that the eight planned to improve the conditions of the 63rdi men were fired without a car and Halsted shopping area the program As we my by the commission after know will involve residential Structure to be they had been certified by the commission. Sion president said Gallagher would have to file suit in circuit court if he wished to hav the cases reopened. Cahill said the hearing was denied three of the policemen because the commission has not been officially notified of the firing of the five others. Removed. This will mean a lot of questions and answers William e. Cahill commis Teother of dramatic arts Arnetta l. Thornton private Lisson and Classis studio 8137 s. Oberhart a. He 3-2831 a 3-8053 other a a Rby a org Mitta by. An a a of action. Gay Batta favor Progress but it should take some of the organizations and persons Par into acc0unt the residential needs and problems tic Pating through the work of l c. C. A. And0f the new property owners being Able to move Block clubs in the area should be expressed. In the direction of Progress under relocation this Point in order to understand some of the when Homes Are Tang taken for business Pun efforts that have taken place previously to the it Shoul i realized that Homes Are organizations being. One of the persons who have needed 24 hours daily As it is a human value been most Active in civic work in Englewood is James Batts and asset and not a business convenience. People on Green St. Earn their Down payments and meet Batts states a i moved into Englewood in 1956 Home mortgage notes with hard earned Money from the West Side of Chicago and being the they love this Community major work is being done on sewer Complex on e. 63rd it. Between s. Drexel and s. Ellis aves. Off for /.4. Quot Tothi a or \ Abiff #8. City had to shut off one portion of 63rd St. Sewers Are being enlarged and some spots repaired. City workers Are racing against the oncoming Winter weather in an attempt to Complete needed sewer improve Lents in the Woodlawn area. Work of enlarging the sewers from one Inch to Between two to four inches is going on be Juveen e. 64th St. And s. Vernon along e. 63rd St. To s. Wabash ave. A spokesman from the depart int of streets and sewers told the bulletin that the two and four tenth Miles from s. Vernon Ive to s. Wabash ave. Is part of a larger one million seventy live thousand Dollar City contract for enlarging the capacity of the City sewers. Other parts of the project in Woodlawn area run from e. Try St. To e. 87th St., and from Ellis ave. To s. Woodlawn ive., As Well As in Washington Park from s. Garfield blvd. To 50th and Champlain. One of the reasons necessitating the enlargement of the sewers according to the Bureau of streets spokesman was due to the additional sewerage run off from the Calumet expressway ramps at s. Indiana ave. And s. Michigan ave. Work was also being continued this week on part of the 63rd St. Sewer Between s. Ellis and Sau Sale Sale notice beauticians amp processors hand dryers chair amp dryer Etc. Ensembles with Quot temp touch Quot from the West bide of Chicago and being the they love this Community and have made physio first negro to Purchase a Home in the 6400 Block Cal and moral improvements trying to establish Price he a up Ati y a fill Fri on s. Green St. I found conditions most enjoy deep roots Only to be faced with a program to s a a a a Iasi Evsi. N la n f am maa bn/1 my f n or Voltr a no i a Lam a f m a Alim a. A. We also carry a Complete lilt of Beauty supplies amp raw materials c. Amp w. Distributors inc. 517 e. 63rd i 3-5110 Houri two thru frl., f a.rn.-5 . Sat., 9 a.rn.-4 . Closed All Dat monday Able for me and my family. A number of owners at the time were older people who could not physically maintain their property. I found that because of the transitional change that was beginning to take place a need for an organization was most imperative and after much discussion with other new owners the Green Street organization was born. Our boundaries were established remove this Progress the Ages of some owners and their working criteria will prohibit them from being Able to obtain necessary finance for a new area. What i feel is needed most. Says Batts is for organizations and residents to unit their efforts to combat the problems facing us Here in Englewood. In Unity we can stand divided we can fall As 63rd Street on the North and 67th Street on ends or. Batts the South. Aside from Batts civic activities he is a we experienced during our growing pains the father of three boys and an Active member of need to improve our organizational format to St. Stephens Church. W. 65th and s. Peoria St include All residents on Green Street. Improve next week. Mrs. Willie Eldridge will relate ments have been made in this direction and other areas such As loud night parties Early morning Horn blowing overcrowded apartments her experiences upon moving into Englewood and what she feels is now needed to improve conditions in Englewood. Buy . Savings Bonds by Anne Tyson s. Drexel aves., where a break was discovered. Authorities of the sewer department said they would be unable to determine the extent or cause of the damage until the chief Engineer in charge of the project had filed a report. There was some speculation however that the continued vibration from the a a la Over e. 63rd St. Might have caused some of the damage. Among the thousands of people that poured into Mccormick place for the Urban leagues a kicks and co Benefit preview were the City a noted leaders or. And mrs. E. B. Dickerson and party the Edwin c. Berrys and party the executive director of the Urban league the John Johnson a party judge James b. Parsons and party or. Paulsy party mrs. Dorothy Bingley and party. Mrs. Shirley Chase Smith and party or. And mrs. Doyle Grisham and party or. And mrs. Oscar Brownsr and party and the Daniel Monroe a party. Mrs. Louise daughterly director of the drop out program of the Chicago Public school system will be guest speaker for the service Guild of the metropolitan Community Church oct. I at 7 30 . The service Guild is an organization devoted to cultural and educational development. Mrs. Blanche Hardison is president of the Guild and Rev. Theodore Richardson is pastor. In the . Room of Mccormick place the Rosa a Gragg group will have a luncheon and fashion show honouring or. Rosa l. Gragg of Detroit Michigan. Mrs. Shirley Chase Smith is the general chairman and mrs. Park Tancil is chairman of the show. Shirley is quite excited Over the ticket sales so far. Luncheon is at . October i. Henrietta Pelkey past Basileu of Theta Omega recently installed the new officers. Nadyne Ware anti Basileu Maxine 9 Kirkwood Basileu and Rachelle Burch Gramates. The graduate chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority is sponsoring a a night of or. Kinks Oscar Brownjr a production for the Benefit of the Wabash ave. . They have Hoo seats All Center Section. Saturday september 30, at Mccormick place 8 30 . James Gleason of 8446 s. St. Lawrence ave. Is executive director of the Wabash ave. . The hangs fashion show promises to be a collection of dazzling beautifully Cut evening sheaths As fashion highlights. Mrs. Noveletta Hamilton president of the hangs and owner of an exclusive Salon on the near Southside says the originals Are outstanding for their aristocratic understated Quality and great Beauty of fabric. Come see october i at the Parkway ballroom from 4 to always = Das who ionic fryers Sam Browns automatic transmissions repaired rebuilt installed All make cars new location less Money Saviz save save save All work a Toronto a Froes Toimata a Quot with tis wiimismi5oa uak $22.50 labor trained experts a Complete Auto repairs St 3-9589 Brown a kiwanis Day kiwanis kids Day Friday it. 22 will be observed in the Chicago area when 105 kiwanis Lubs and Over 9,000 business executives and professional men nil sell peanuts in the annual tale to help finance the service Ork for youngsters in their in communities. A remove front wheels adjust brakes Check grease seals it add Brake fluid and Road test a regvfar350va fuel Goodyear service store $136 s. Halsted he 7-2456 most exciting new in America 1962 Pontiac. Get the Best Deal in the Midwest at. Tony Piet Pontiac you save Money from. 29 = lean meaty spareribs i tas la. Site la. La 21 whale bodied stewing chickens. La 25 come in now and see this great new 1962 Pontiac. Eye. Try. And you la buy when you see what a terrific Deal Well give you. Tony Piet a a Pontiac look at the new 1962 tempest a real Beauty. A real buy. For Economy for handling. For Comfort the new 1962 tempest is tops in its Chicago s largest Pontiac dealer 6617 s. Western 4-8200 new cars till to . Monday thru saturday parts and service till Midnight monday thru Friday 5 . Choice beef i Tbone Steak. A Armour Star thick % i sliced Bacon. I s extra fancy i Jonathan apples s Freak Crisp Pascal celery. Crisco. = Domino i sugar. 4# off Label = Quaker Oats i Corn Meale strictly Frish Grade a i eggs Small Sixa = Campbell s Chicken Noodle i soup. E country s Delight i ice Cream. I tide. Special Dos Coupon. Coupon Good thurs., frl., sat. Sept. 21-29-30 i Coupon Par adult customer Gold medal la. Bag i Vav Avn per r my hit Chi Tomb Gold medal _ flour. 5 39 special d la s Coupon. Free free free Coupon Good thurs., frl., sat., sept. 21-29-30 giant 46-oz. Can Monte pineapple juice the Best for less 8345 cottage Grove open daily 9 . In 9 . Sunday 9 . Til 4 . 4838 cottage Grov open daily 9 . Til 9 . Sunday 9 . In 4 . Sale dates sept. 28 thru 30 345 w. 95th St. Open daily man., thursday 9 a til 7, pm. And sat., 9 a til 9. Sunday 9-4. 308 e. 75th St. Open daily 9 . In 7

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