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Chicago South End Reporter (Newspaper) - May 7, 1972, Chicago, Illinois Pullman to Salute its War dead May 21serving the Community for 78 years month end reporter vol. 79 no. 62 an economist newspaper sunday may7,1972 28 pages in two sections delivered to your door every wednesday and sunday 55c per month newsstand copy 15�?~ Celt 74-2323 for want ads brides of three different eras a highlight of the festival of arts held at Calumet Park 9801 Avenue a was a fashion show featuring three comely brides Bride of today Judy Kramer in a Satin Halter Type gown Bride of tomorrow Jean Kadula in a Satin Bikini with a Clear plastic Over dress and Maureen Mcclory Bride of the past in a 72-year-old Cotton eyelet gown. Pullman will Salute its War dead May 21 the annual Pullman memorial Day commemoration will be held sunday May 21, in front of the Pullman War memorial i kith St. And Forrestville ave. The program honors the memory of 16 men whose names Are enshrined on the memorial. They were killed in Battle either in world War ii or the Korea or Vietnam conflicts. The military committee of the Pullman civic organization sponsor of the traditional outdoor service has chosen a i am proud to be an american Day As the theme of the Observance. Earl Frischkorn president of the organization said a a this will be a Day for All Pullma nites and their friends to do some old fashioned Flag a Parade will be held prior to the outdoor ceremony at 2 . The Parade will form at the Roseland american legion posts parking lot at 112th St. And Forrestville ave. At 1 45 . The Parade without bands or floats will be called a a a proud March for old glory. Mario Avignone military police slate open House mayor Richard j. Daley has proclaimed May 7-13 As police week. In keeping with the designation group Tours will be Given Between 9 . And 5 . At the 5th District station 200 e. 115th St. Tours will be Given starting tomorrow and will continue until and including next saturday. Persons interested in forming a group and seeing the different departments in operation Are asked to Call 744-8210-11-12, and ask for the neighbourhood relations divisions to set up a time. Committee chairman said men especially former servicemen women and children will join in the a proud each participant will be Given a 12-Inch american Flag to carry and keep As a remembrance of the patriotic event. Rep. Morgan f. Murphy <d-2nd will Lead the a proud others joining in the March will be Leslie v. Beck clerk of the appellate court and 9th Ward democratic committeeman Ald. Alexander a. Adduci Hirschkorn and All the officers of the civic organization. Also the Rev. Florian Girometta pastor of St. Anthony Church the Rev. Nicholas Mitrovich pastor of the Pullman United methodist Church Colo commission hears Peterson the Calumet area Industrial development commission Cadic is pleased to announce that James e. Peterson regional director of the economic development administration of the . Department of Commerce will address directors of the Calumet area Industrial commission tuesday May 16. J. Edwin Ballard executive director of the nonprofit commission announced the meeting. Peterson joined the . Department of Commerce economic development administration Daas Deputy director of the Chicago office in january 1971, he served four years prior to that As Deputy treasurer of Cook county. A former member of the general Assembly Peterson was supervisor of social of Fenger Harlan Branch plans Eye 1974 completion i t guard units of the Roseland american legion Post and its woman a auxiliary girl and boy scouts including brownies and Cadette from holy Rosary Church Pullman United methodist Church and St. Anthony Church. Principal speaker will be congressman Murphy who at the conclusion of his talk will Lead the assemblage in the pledge of allegiance. Other speakers will be Beck Ald. Adduci for. Girometta the Rev. Or. Mitrovich and commander Frank Goodrich Roseland legion. The posts Rifle squad will conduct the solemn and impressive ceremony of honouring deceased comrades by firing three volleys As taps Are sounded. By Ken Masson preliminary plans for $30 million branches designed to relieve overcrowding at Fenger High school 11220 Wallace St., and Harlan High school 9652 Michigan ave., were approved tuesday night by the Fenger Harlan Community. Francis Mckeag assistant superintendent in charge of Public building commission pc projects said the school Board will consider the plans at its May 24 meeting. James e. Peterson studies on the staff of the state superintendent of Public instruction from july 1965, to december 1966. He said he is confident the Board will approve the building layout for the school Sites at 103rd St. And the Dan Ryan expressway and 103rd and Corliss ave. Each Branch will accommodate 4,000 students. Mckeag said there will be another Community meeting in june for approval of Interior building plans and a final one in september for approval of the entire project he noted that ground breaking for the two schools should be in late fall with completion scheduled for february 1974, barring strikes or other delays. Plans for 103rd and Dan Ryan expressway school Call for three buildings to House arts athletic and general academic programs. Large Green areas Are planned around the Campus along with an open Plaza around and through the first floor of the academic building. The academic building will be three stories. The first floor will contain administrative offices. A Multi Media Library and various classrooms will occupy the second floor. The third floor will be devoted to science laboratories. The Fine arts building will have an auditorium on the first floor and music labs and practice rooms on the second. The physical education building will House two gyms a swimming Pool and locker room facilities. Mckeag said the Park District May finance construction of this building. This would allow the facilities to be open to the Community after school hours. Construction of the panic peddling clubs theme panic peddling will be discussed by the West Pullman civic club at a meeting at 8 . Wednesday at West Pullman Park fieldhouse. Three speakers will outline anti panic strategy. They Are John Weigel editor of the Park Forest reporter mrs. Patricia Smith president of Victory Heights civic league and chairwoman of the and hoc committee of the far South Side and mrs. Arlene Hamilton member of Victory Heights civic league. They Are members of the Chicago commission of human relations task Force. They will discuss a How to organize to save a a question period will follow the speakers presentations. Stabbed Robert c. Perry 46, 10941 Kolmar. Oak Lawn reported to police wednesday he was slashed by a Man while he was northbound in hoisted St. At 127th St. Other buildings will be financed by pc. The Corliss Campus will contain two buildings. The main two Story Structure will be South of 103rd St. The Northern portion of the irregular shipped building will contain an auditorium and Fine arts facilities. The main portion of the building will House science lavatories a Library and general course classes. The athletic building will be on the North Side of 103rd St. In Gately Park. The Park District has agreed to construct this facility which will be used by the Community As Well As for High school classes. The building will contain two gyms and a swimming Pool. A pedestrian Bridge will be built across 103rd to allow students to attend classes unhampered by traffic. Like the Dan Ryan Campus the Corliss school will employ a Plaza concept around the main building and utilize Large Green areas. Mckeag admitted that some Park area will be taken by the gym facility but said it will be replaced by Park area South of 103rd. A woman objected to the Dan Ryan Campus on the grounds of inadequate fire Protection. She noted that two Railroad tracks the Rock Island and the Penn Central Cross the Campus to the West blocking off a nearby fire station at 104th and Vincennes ave. She contended that trains sometimes hold up traffic for a half hour. Mckeag said in Case of such a delay other fire houses would respond. However he promised to Survey the matter. A Man objected that the Corliss Campus would be adjacent to a new elementary school. Mckeag said the shared campuses have been the Norm for years in the City a school system. He said such arrangements have proven beneficial. Edwin Harrington chairman of the Fenger school committee and Ben duster representing Harlan noted the building plans Are the culmination of several meetings Between Community representatives and the school architects Skidmore Owings and Merrill. They admitted the plans were not perfect but the Best considering the Sites available. Aldermen Alexander Adduci 9th and Wilson Frost 34th promised to do anything in their Power to Speed up construction. Frost noting severe overcrowding at Fenger and Harlan moved that the Community accept the Basic plans. Only two persons of the approximately too in attendance voted patrolmen receive commendations patrolmen John Waitman left and Gerald Hedberg Center receive department commendation awards from capt. Thomas Nolan 5th District watch commander. They were honoured for their courage and efficiency in regard to a burglary at the High Low food store tilth and habited last summer. Their efforts resulted in the capture of two suspects. Wins House race on $600 or. Joseph r. Basile an area optometrist for 15 years with offices at 11803 Michigan ave. But a resident of Merrville ind., won democratic nomination to the Indiana state House in last tuesdays primary. Or. Basile a candidate who campaigned As an underdog is one of two democratic nominees and the highest vote getter in the newly created 4th House District third largest in Indiana. The Roseland optometrist polled 4,641 votes 551 More than his closest opponent in a seven Man race. Or. Bashes Hometown of Merrville in Lake county is South of Gary. In neat november a general election he will seek one of the districts two seats in the House. His name and those of the other Democrat and two Republican nominees will be on the ballot. Or. Basile spent $600 on his underdog Campaign and said he was understaffed with Only to family staff workers to Campaign in the important precincts. Or. Basile carried seven of the precincts. The Success formula or. Basile used was visiting two shopping centers and a housing development each week and calling door to door during the week to shake hands with voters. Firm locates in area j. Edwin Ballard executive director of the Calumet area Industrial development commission has announced another company corporate brands inc., has located in the Calumet area. The company headed by John j. Flanagan president and his partner Charles r. Morrison executive vice president has leased 30,360 Square feet of space in the Calumet Industrial District at 9840 Dorchester ave. Offices and other needed Plant facilities Are under construction. Corporate brands will manufacture package Market and merchandise chemical specialities for the commercial Industrial and institutional building maintenance and environmental Protection industries on a nationwide basis. It will handle a line of High performances floor coatings and concentrated detergents for hard surfaces which will meet All environmental standards. A we Are pleased that this company has chosen the Calumet area to begin its new business a Ballard nurse at Camp the kiwanis Camp for crippled children is in need of additional personnel for the Camp opening june 25. Needed Are a nurse and male Junior and senior Counselor. The salaries Are attractive plus room and Board and an enjoyable life in the open. The Camp is open two months during the summer. Transportation will be furnished the help from Chicago to and from Camp without charge. The Camp has a full quota of female senior and Junior Counselor. Persons interested in the openings Are urged to get in touch with Racine Thompson vice president of the Camp at co 4-1000 or up 5-3775. Applications also Are being accepted from children interested in attending Camp. The annual fund drive for the operation of the Camp will close june i. Drive officials Are encouraged that they will hit their goal of $20,000, As they Are Only $1,200 Short of that figure. The Roseland kiwanis club is still leading the 14 clubs in division 4 of the Illinois Eastern Iowa District in total volume of child Hurt fatally in Curtis Parker jr., 52, of 9723 Forest ave., died wednesday at St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Hospital of injuries he suffered monday in a minibike Accident. Police said Parker was Riding the minibike in an Alley behind his Home and in swerving to avoid striking a child plunged head first Over the Bike hitting a parked Auto

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