Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Chicago South End Reporter Newspaper Archives May 21 1972, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Chicago South End Reporter (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Chicago, Illinois Lihsa blocks All Star baseball series see sports Page serving the Community for 78 years vol. 79 no. 66 South end epo Jer an economist newspaper sunday May 21,1972 28 pages in two sections delivered to your door every wednesday and sunday 55c per month newsstand copy 15 Celt 744-71? far went ads prep track in spotlight typifying the hundreds of High school athletes taking part in the District meet at Hillcrest High school in country club Hills this weekend is pole vaulter Bill Boyle of Marist High school. Unusual action shot catches Boyle just As he successfully completes vault with pole still standing. Athletes from 37 area High schools competed at Hillcrest for right to participate in state finals next weekend at Charleston. Staff photo by George Bertonz Morgan Park Assembly Church will hold dedicatory services today in its $350,000, 500-member Sanctuary 11401 Vincennes ave. The Church founded 49 years ago was started by 25 members who worshipped in a store front at 1700 Wesley ave. Now Edmaire elder Herbert c. Moore is the pastor who has led his flock of worshippers through the years. During the we Klong dedication services Many out of town guests will pay tribute to the a Church that Faith commenting on How he and his congregation have been Able to Progress elder Moore said a your congregation has been faithful and generous. And with the help of the lord we have Given constant tithing and elder Moore also emphasized that the a wonderful Unity and cooperation that the congregation has Given to the official Board has led to the growth of the saturday Many Church members and officers could be seen laying the Sod. Cleaning and decorating the Church in what elder Moore pointed to As a proof of the Solidarity dedication and purpose for which we Morgan Park Assembly is affiliated with the Pentecost of Church apostolic Faith. Headquarters Are in Indianapolis. Rob patrons in lounge Bishop John s. Holly is scheduled to preach sundays dedicatory Sermon at 3 30 . The service will Climax dedication sessions being held nightly at the Church this week. Ground breaking Cere ironies for the Church were held in March 1971. Associated Church builders inc., of Palatine were the builders. Financing is being provided by Morgan Park savings and loan association. The functional multipurpose Structure is equipped with the following Sanctuary to accommodate 500 persons a Large study office foyer overflow room Balcony to seat 60 persons Nursery to care for 12 babies prayer room to seat 30 persons dual system air conditioning four sunday school rooms to accommodate 225 children lower level Fellowship Hall dining room with seating capacity of 200 persons piano Organ Public address system baptism Pool and washrooms. Also Kitchen equipped with two ovens two Gas ranges exhaust fans garbage disposals dishwashers refrigerator deep freeze and two extra washrooms. Always concerned about Young people elder Moore takes Pride in the Church Young Peoples program. Boys learn printing As they print the Church bulletin they also learn crafts. Girls learn sewing and cooking. Languages and Bible teaching Are also taught in the Young Peoples program. All the members tithe and serve the Church in whatever capacity they Are Able. The Deacon Board and the Board of trustees help oversee the functions of the Church. The churches 40-member choir is directed by mrs. Dorothy Jackson. Pianist is mrs. Barbara Duncan. Mrs. Elaine Baggett is the organist. Elder Moore was born in Southern Illinois. He first got the a a calling to the ministry while he was in the service during world War i. He came to Chicago in 1922 and one year later founded Morgan Park Assembly Church. He has been pastor of the Church Ever since. Elder Moore is married to the former Maude har Diman. Mrs. Hardiman is Active with auxiliary and Volunteer work in the Church. Pullman honors 16 War dead in program today Morgan Park Assembly dedicates $350,000 Church in rites today a memorial service commemorating the 16 Pullman men who were killed in wartime service will be conducted today at 2 . At the foot of the Pullman War memorial in front of Pullman school 113th St. And Forrestville ave. Rep. Morgan f. Murphy d-3rd will be the principal in the program traditional pre memorial Day service under the theme a i am proud to be an american preceding the outdoor program annually sponsored by the military committee of the Pullman civic organization there will be a a proud March for old glory a a Parade in which Community organizations will participate. The Parade will form at i -.45 . At the parking lot of the Roseland american legion Post clubhouse 112th and Forrestville and March South in Forrestville to the War memorial which has the names of the 16 fallen servicemen inscribed upon it. Community dignitaries will head the a proud March for old glory and participate in the outdoor memorial service. Among those who will join rep. Murphy on the Sulzer to leave Post Robert Sulzer of engine company 115, will retire May 24 after 25 years with the fire department. Sulzer a lifelong resident of Roseland graduated from Scanlan grammar school and Fenger High school. He was Active in his youth in the Eiche Turners played baseball for the Bauer boosters and Korzenecki coals. He is a Veteran of world War ii and he is a member of . Hallinan Post Blue Island. Speakers platform will be Leslie v. Beck clerk of the appellate court and 9th Ward democratic committeeman Ald. Alexander a. Adduci 9th Earl Frischkorn president of the civic organization and its officers the Rev. Florian Girometta pastor of St. Anthony Church the Rev. Nicholas Mitrovich pastor of Pullman United methodist Church and Frank Goodrich commander of the Roseland american legion Post. The memorial ceremony will close with the firing of three shots and the sounding of taps by the ceremonial squad of the legion Post. The service honors 14 men who died during world War ii service one who died in Korea and one who was killed in Vietnam. Killed in world War ii were Sylvester Brisky holy Rosary Marks 90th anniversary a co celebrated mass at 12 15 . Today and a Homecoming party at 7 tonight will Mark the 90th anniversary of holy Rosary Irish Church 113th St. And King or. The most Rev. Alfred Abramowicz do will be the principal celebrant of the anniversary mass. Assisting will be the Rev. Msgr. John j. Murphy Hom Ilist the Rev. Eugene Griffin the Rev. Francis j. Lukosius the Rev. Donald j. Ahead the Rev. Florian Girometta is the Rev. Ralph Mollan the Rev. Robert Reppen o. Praem., and the Rev. John w. Shirey. Master of ceremonies will be the Rev. Raymond h. Naughton and or. George j. Fleming will be commentator Lector. Catholics who came to this area to work the Pullman Palace car co. Formed holy Rosary Parish May 12,1882, and worshipped in a rented Hall 110th and Indiana. By 1887, parishioners obtained land and began building the Church at its present site. The evening Homecoming party will be held in Keough Hall. Mail Light mondays Here a reason Why Selvino Avetani Angelo Bisone Emil Brozik Edward Camey Alex Chaplin ski a. Cizmarik Joseph dal Lago Ray Kleinhuizen Thony Kontos Louis Mattiuzzo Alexander Plesz Ralph Shayne and Leno Trevisan. Fred Fegan was killed during the korean conflict and Chris Fabris died in the War in Vietnam. Persons who participate in the Parade will be Given a 12-Inch Flag to carry and keep As a remembrance of the patriotic program. Mario Avignone chairman of the civic organizations military committee will be master of ceremonies. Crackdown on parking violators i it area residents who ignore a no parking signs Are a hindrance to Street cleaning and will be fined for ignoring the signs and obstructing attempts to keep the City streets cleaned. An official of the Bureau of streets and sanitation said that because of the accumulation of mud and dirt after the severe Winter season it May be necessary for a mechanical sweeper to pass Over the Street three or tour times on the first cleaning in order to properly clean the streets. The official said that a no parking signs Are posted at least 24 hours ahead of the proposed sweeping window facilitated sometime late summer like opening weather a burglary tuesday. Police were called to holy Rosary Church rectory 351 e. 113th St., and to talk with the Rev. Francis Brackin pastor. For. Brackin told police some person s entered the rectory and took 16 checks each totalling $21.50 and an additional $469.20. Investigation revealed a window had been left open in a conference room after a meeting earlier in the evening. Dedicate $350,000 Church Bishop John s. Holly will preach the dedicatory Sermon in a 3 30 . Service sunday at the Morgan Park Assembly Church 11401 Vin Cennes ave. Elder Herbert c. Moore founded the Church 49 years old with 25 members in a store front. Memberships has grown to 500. Business firms and individuals who complain about Lack of mail being delivered mondays Are inclined to blame the Post office for a situation which postal authorities insist is not their fault. George Paige assistant superintendent of the Roseland postal station 11033 state St., says not much mail is delivered mondays because the Post office does not get it. Complaints have been made by firms in the Roseland area that mail delivery is Light mondays. Many complainants believe that this is due to Lack of help at the main Post office in sorting mail saturdays or sundays Paige says a this Lack of help theory is untrue. Monday just happens to be a bad Day for delivery because of the Low volume of mail received everywhere. A i attended a management course in Oklahoma last september and we had postal men there from All of the states in the Union. A they came from Hawaii Florida the Virgin islands and All the states. All agreed they had Low delivery of mail mondays. A no one has Ever made a Complete investigation of the reasons. But it is known that the bulk of business and individual mail is sent in for delivery from monday through Friday with thursday recognized As the heaviest Day in the week for mailing out material. A in the Roseland office our carriers normally handle about 1,000 letters a Day. A mondays the total ranges from 400 to 500. A this is not due to any Lack of help downtown or at our station. A was a matter of fact practically All of the mail for our Roseland carriers is sorted for them and assigned to them individually the postmasters office said there have been no layoffs to service reductions. They said most employees work a five Day week with other personnel filling in for them on Days off including saturdays and sundays. Krafcisin top Mendel senior the 18th annual commencement exercises of Mendel Catholic prep school will be held Friday. The traditional baccalaureate mass will be co celebrated at 4 30 . In Mendel Chapel. Principal celebrant will be the Rev. Edward t. Lamorte Osa principal. The Rev. John l. Seary Osa provincial emeritus of the midwestern augustinian and former Mendel principal will deliver the Sermon. Commencement exercises will begin at 7 30 . In orchestra Hall 220 s. Michigan ave. Master of ceremonies for the event will be the Rev. John a. Tyma Osa director of studies. Paul Simon lieutenant governor will address the graduates. Petro s. Krafcisin 9352 s. Avalon ave., top ranking student will deliver the valedictory address he will also receive the distinguished student medal. James s. Zajac 10756 Normal will give the Salut Atory. Other medal winners will be announced at the ceremonies approximately 25 per cent of the graduates received scholarships to College including 45 Illinois state scholarships two National Merit scholars and two appointments to National service academies Mendel known As a the High school with the College Campus a is the 4 acre site of the former Pullman technical school. The augustinian fathers opened the present College preparatory school in 1951

Search all Chicago, Illinois newspaper archives

Explore other publications from Chicago, Illinois

All newspaper archives for May 21, 1972

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.