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Chicago South End Reporter (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Chicago, Illinois North Fernwood seeks House for Center delivered to your door every wednesday and sunday Etc per j j month newsstand copy 15 Colt 744-2373 for want ads voter sign up in area wards hits 2,149 serving the Community for 78 years vol. 79 no. 102 South e reporter a a a sunday. September 24,1972 top sect on Eden in the City when Illinois was Young it was named a tie Garden state after the biblical Eden and it was said that Adam would have Felt perfectly it Home in its Green Beauty. In this Corner of tie City a modern Garden proves that the Laid under Chicago is As Rich As it Ever was if tie Gardener is As talented As mrs. Marie month. Here a Mountain Ash tree presides or geraniums begonias roses and dahlias in one portion of her Garden which covers seven landscaped lots at 5517 Oak Park ave. She cultivates two huge vegetable gardens in the Back Yard and her artistry has been recognized Many times with top prizes in mayor Richard Daley s a Chicago Beautiful staff photo by Corge Bertonz North Fernwood organization in drive for civic Center the civilian patrol of the cooperative organization of North Fernwood has scheduled a raffle for wednesday oct. La at St. Helena of the Cross Church 10115 Parnell ave. Proceeds will be directed toward a fund to build a Fernwood House in the area first prize will be a television set. Second and third prizes Are expected to be gift certificates of $50 and $25 respectively. An official of conf said there Are several vacant Homes in Fernwood Many of these Homes according to the spokesman merely need renovating. The official said that Fernwood is Quot fortunate to have men and people living in the area who have the necessary skills to help renovate these the conf plan is to get financing to Purchase one of the houses. It will be renovated by people in the Community. One aspect of the renovated Home will be a social Center for the Benefit of Young people living in the Community. Planning a ahead the cooperative organization of North Fernwood official Aid that Quot All sorts of activities for children could be provided in the social Cetter with adult supervision a especially on weekends a cooperative organization of North Fernwood Pas organized dec. 13,1972 the same Day the organization received its charter. Bun Danes of the organizations 99th to 103rd sts., and Tom Hals Ted St. To Eggleston a. Conf officers Are Ohn Brown president dudes Baker vice president irs. Joyce b. David Secre Kry or. Leo l. Dillon primps i of Fenger evening Stool 11220 s. Wallace has announced that registration for the fall semester will continue for an additional Wek because there is still Dom in a number of classes the prospective student nay Register and fulfil the requirements for a Leigh school diploma. The registration for the elementary division also remains open. And mrs. Gwen Mcdowell treasurer. Directors members include Moses Brown Jesse Conerly Bill Reasonover Thurmon Lightle Robert Jenkins Lee Jamieson and mrs. Mary Taylor officers and directors serve for one year. The present term of office expires this december. Meetings Are held the second wednesday of the month. Alternate meeting Sites Are St. Helena of the Cross Church 10115 Parnell High school courses at the evening school Are offered monday through thursday from 6 45 to 7 45 and from 7 45 to 9 45. The registration Cost is $8.50. Elementary classes meet monday and wednesday from 6 45 to 8 45, and registration costs Are a. If there Are any doubts As to the credits needed or the procedure to follow in order to get a Complete education counselling assistance is or Fernwood methodist Church 10057 Wallace. The 60-member conf civilian patrol is credited with helping to reduce the crime rate in the Community. Sometime ago this civilian patrol was praised Quot for the Fine work it is doing Quot by an officer of Kensington police purpose of the cooperative organization is to Quot help keep Fernwood Safe secure and Beautiful by attempting to encourage residents to work together for the betterment of the entire Community. Available in the main office of the school. Students May choose a program from a schedule of classes covering most of the subjects taught in the regular Day school. For those wishing to retrain unused skills fully qualified teachers Are available. Those at standstill unable to Advance in present jobs May find Many opportunities to acquire new skills As Well As add to the old. Fenger extends registration persons Over 21 registered in far greater numbers than newly franchised 18 year Olds in the registration drive conducted sept. La and sept. 16 in four area wards. Stanley t. Kusper jr., chairman of the Board of election commissioners announced 2,149 persons were registered those Days in the 9th, 10th, 2l8t and 34th wards. Heaviest registration was in the 9th and 34th wards with the 34th registering 723 and the 9th a total of 719. In the 21st Ward 367 were registered and 340 in the 10th. The 34th Ward registered 546 persons Over 21 and 177 under that age. In the 9th Ward 528 Over 21 signed up and 191�?the highest of the four wards who Are in the 18 to 21 age group. The 2l8t Ward registered 282 Over 21 and 85 under that age and the total in the loth Ward was 263 Over 21 and 77 Between 18 and 21. Persons 21 and Over represent 75 per cent of the 2,149 who registered to vote in the nov. 7 presidential election. The 25 per cent registration of 18 year Olds is considered surprisingly Low by Many political observers. The total registration for the two Days in the boards jurisdiction a the City a 50 wards and the towns of Berwyn Cicero Lyons and Stickney was 29,601 of which 6,499, or roughly 22.5 per cent were for persons Between 18 and 21. Thus the 18-year-old registration in the areas 9th, 10th, 2lst and 34th wards ran slightly higher than the boards total. Kusper reminded citizens they can still Register at the boards offices in room 308 of City Hall Between the hours of two arrested in stake out James Jenkins 20, of 10580 Wentworth and James Harding 19, of 10418 Michigan were arrested wednesday when police say they were caught loading stolen merchandise into a car. Willie steel of 10159 Perry notified police of a theft from a Van he uses As an employee of Yons moving and storage co., which was parked at 102nd and Perry. While searching the area police noticed several White boxes bearing the company a name and various pieces of furniture in an Alley. They staked out the area. Later they said Jenkins and Harding drove up and began loading the items into their car. Jenkins and Harding ran when police approached them but were captured. Man beaten in $37 Holdup an elderly Man was beaten and robbed wednesday As he returned Home from a grocery store. Hugo Goeke 73, told police he was approached by three youths at 153 w. 115th St., who knocked him to the ground kicked him and fled with his groceries and Wallet containing $37. He said he had seen the Trio earlier at 11521 Wentworth. Police apprehended a youth at that address whom Goeke identified a one of his Assai cards j 9 . And 9 . Through sept. 29 and oct. 2 and Between 9 . And 5 . Saturday sept. 30. The last Day to Register in the boards office is oct. 2. The last possible Day to Register will be precinct registration Day in each of the 3,376 precincts under the boards jurisdiction. That registration will be Between the hours of 8 . And 9 . Oct. To. Citizens at least 18 on or before nov. 7 who have lived in Illinois 30 Days Are eligible to Register. A three judge Federal panel last week ruled unconstitutional the precinct residency requirement. Drivers tested on skills even of you re a careful Driver ifs sometimes necessary to make a sudden Sharp turn. South Side Telephone installers and repairmen were tested on their ability to do so at the company s first annual Van driving skill Rodeo. Hie Competition included five other events which simulated actual driving conditions. Chlipala top Driver in Van skill Rodeo South Side Telephone installers and repairmen tested their driving ability thursday in Illinois Belles first annual Van driving skill Rodeo. Walter Chlipala an installer in the company a service Center at 230 w. 77th St., outta neutered 16 other finalists to win the top prize of a $100 savings Bond. Joseph h. Johnson vice president a Chicago operations presented the Winner with the first place trophy. The Rodeo patterned after the american trucking associations annual Rodeo included six events simulating actual driving conditions. It was held on a course set up in a company parking lot at 77th and Yale. The event was designed to emphasize the importance of police Nab two gunmen officers Robert Coyle and Edward of Brien Early wednesday arrested two men who they say at gun Point forced obie Nunn 32, into his Home at 13066 Ellis. Obies wife screamed police were summoned. When the officers arrived at the House mrs. Nunn yelled Quot they re going out the Back officer Coyle wait to the rear where he said he arrested Charles Williams 20, while still holding a revolver. Officer of Brien at the front of the House arrested Larry Mccoy 20, who the officer said threw a revolver to the bathroom flow and jumped from a window. Mccoy was arrested before he could esp of. Driving safety and driving skill on the Job. Employees in the company a South area who regularly drive vans were eligible for the Competition. Finalists were selected on the basis of driving records a written exam and local contests. Quot by rewarding our Best Drivers we Hope to encourage everyone who drives any of the company a 8,000 vehicles to follow the example they set a said Clyde Boylls South area general manager. Chlipala who lives at 549 w. 117th St., has been with Illinois Bell for five years and has never had an on the Job Accident. The second and third place winners were repairman Maurice Hardison 7505 s. May St., and installer Michael spano6, 2912 w. Marquette re. Chlipala top Driver Walter Chlipala an installer at the service Center 230 w. 77th St., won the Rodeo. He outta neutered 16 other finalists in the event to win the top prize of a Hoo savings Bond and trophy. Chlipala 549 w. 117th St., has been with Illinois Bell five years and has never had an on the Job Accident. Illinois Bell vice president Joseph h. Johnson presents the award

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