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Humboldt Journal (Newspaper) - June 7, 1967, Chicago, Illinois I forum hears Humboldt recreation needs see below Community want ads Humboldt journal boy scouts Calm proves value of discipline p. 17 vol. 8 number 35 w. North 6-0322 wednesday june 7, 1967 this consists of St comm to 1 1jc 3y year City s tace lifting plan affords Garfield Bright Hope for future relocation of the Lake St. Elevated line a Junior and a senior College near the Eisenhower expy., new schools and recreation facilities expansion of Gar Field Park in both size and use and new patterns of business and Industry Are among the recommendations that would affect the West Northwest Side in the plan framework for mid West area the first would move the enchanted evening an enchanted evening for pretty Gloria Rusin graduating senior at Orr High school 1040 n. Keeler begins Early Friday evening when her Date Fred Lubke 926 n. Harding presents her with an Orchid Corsage before starting out for the senior prom held in the Belmont hotel Sheridan and Belmont. Friday was prom night also for hundreds of seniors from Steinmets Tuley and Flower High schools. Kelvyn Park Foreman and Prosser High schools will hold their proms this Friday. Reveal plans for new Logan the Logan Myca 3600 full Erton will reveal plans today to build a swimming Pool and other physical education facilities in the Community which will Aid both youth and adults. Ronald d. Thompson exec i and mrs. Oscar Wesolowski live director said interested 3502 Belden mrs. Lars Fletre Community organizations and j 2243 n. Kimball mrs. Robert Giese 3432 Schubert or. And mrs Nestor Haluzak 3228 full Erton James Dahm 2154 n. Kimball and James Feeley executive director of the Logan Square neighbourhood Assoc a of development and planning released last week by mayor Daley is the fourth in a series of 16 such studies designed to achieve the policies of the recently released plan of Chicago. The mid West area includes East and West Garfield Park part of Austin North and sooth Lawndale and the two Square mile Section de fined for intensive study and programming in the Model cities application submitted to die Federal government on Mayl. The total area involves a to include All Industry in the Community. The major business areas major compare naive would be located in Large Cen ters at Western Between Madi son and Lake at Madison and California Madison and Kedzie Madison and Pulaski and Lake and Kedzie. The commercial strips along Madison Van Bur in Lake and elsewhere would be eliminated. Will be headed by mrs. Edward Jonas 3550 Medill. Other com Mittee members include or. And mrs. Art Ehardt 3755 pal Mer or. And mrs. Richard Miller 2138 n. Pulaski or. Individuals had been invited to the meeting to hear the build ing program outlined. The official Kickoff has been set for oct. 1 and a goal has been set As the target for fee drive the parents division of the fund raising Effort will be divided the major differences be tween the alternatives Are that the second converts More local nine Square mile portion of the streets to other purposes pro City bounded by Kinzie on the Vides greater expansion of Gar North Cicero and the Belt i in Field Park and allows More railway on the West the Community Parks and malls Edge of the Industrial area the rep0rt recommended along the South Branch of the Public and private action m Chicago River on the South and j West Garfien Park to Western on the East. For spread of blight5 Reh Abili most part a medium to High Tate buildings and expand so density residential area its Ciao services. East Garfield population is about Park was recommended for a the department of planning comprehensive Community de is encouraging neighbourhood Vei Ozment program including groups to hold meetings on the j clearance of blighted sections proposals and to make Nous my code enforcement a Fri _ _ _ _ its approval or disapproval to City officials. The department itself is expected to schedule Public Confer All organizations interested into three door to j in a swimming Pool in our com As ptas Church groups Lions kiwanis social and athletic organizations women s clubs have been committee of Lay people invited to participate i the been formed to draw up general Community door Campaign by volunteers Small business drive and parents and Community solicitation. A has plans for the drive. The group Thompson said. Tell of Humboldt area needs More than 60 interested Community minded Northwest Side citizens turned out at our lady of the Angels Church last Fri Day to air their views concern ing the Humboldt Park and North Garfield Park areas. Occasion was the first open forum sponsored by the minis ters for a better Humboldt a group representing churches of the Community. According to the Rev. Don Ald Kelly our lady of the Angels pastor the meeting while not a huge Success enabled the people to sit Down together and get future meetings he hoped will bring More results. For the most part father Kelly said discussion entered i cleared this week around the general ideas of i i am Over Joy and added Community facilities. Two hew Public higher Educa Tion institutions Are called est area a state the i and the proposed Crosstown exp. And a City Junior College North the first Public meeting Spon of Eisenhower. Fences with Eom juju nity groups to sound out local opinion. Sorted by a civic group was scheduled for this week in North Lawndale with Side federation As sponsor. Full implementation of Community plans adopted As a re sult of the program is expected within 15 years. Noting that overcrowding in much of the area is High the report continued that because of excellent transportation service the Over All density level of most of the mid West area should remain new House a should be aimed the report described a need for four additional Public Library branches in addition to the existing regional Branch and another Branch in a publicly owned building. It proposed a new High school and seven new elementary schools in the area along with More than 40 other projects for additions replacement or rehabilitation of schools. In pointing out that Douglis and Garfield Parks Are underused Eyen though the sur residential business institutional Park Industrial transportation patterns environment patterns _ at encouraging successful rounding areas have inadequate lies to remain and at the same Park space the report recon time attract moderate income mended that programs be de White families Back into neigh 1 eloped to improve these Large Bor hoods now predominantly Parks and make them More us archbishop Cody Killinger says Cody Elevation honors Chicago the Elevation of the most Rev. John Patrick Cody roman Catholic archbishop of Chi Cago to the rank of Cardinal is an Honor paid not Only to him personally but to All members of this the most Rev. Raymond p. Hillinger. 1 auxiliary Bishop of Chicago and pastor of St. Mel Church de n. X x j do k z la u z x. It 1 us m u negro. This Eisenhower expressway Harrison w or str Sam Mars Jav n. S. Is Jackson Van Buren n eisenhow6 new housing for the most part would replace mar Ginal and deteriorated old Busi greater emphasis should be placed on disseminating information about available Redrea b Tion programs throughout it stated. Existing existing the Ness buildings. Business would be concentrated in modern attractive Ness centers at major Street in a the report also said the to Ter sections eliminating department plans to re commercial strips. Industry place the Fillmore police Sta would continue to be concen Tion with a new area head Quad rated in High accessibility Cor ters in North Lawndale. Riders on the Periphery of the it recommended that since area and the report recon the major financial institutions _ mended that those industries scattered in residential areas North of Cermak with the exception of Sears Bank and overjoyed at the won what the Community needs Bishop Hillinger ways to overcome the apathy in said. This a the area which resulted in the w o n d e r f u 1 an Honor and news for non be relocated into the Industrial Trust co., have left the area districts banking facilities be encouraged to move into the area. Eisenhower expressway the capacity of major streets this it contended will help sex should be increased reducing pand sources of financing for traffic loads on local thorough physical improvements now fares and permitting some of very difficult to relocated rapid transit alternatives alternative a folding of Taco. Them to be used for other Pur open areas local Access drives and parking. The Lake St. Al would be Relo catholics of Chicago As Well As cat eds Lake to be de for catholics it follows years eloped As a primary thorough he also revealed the group of hard work by archbishop j Are and new transit service kicked around the idea of i Cody and two year whether or not a Community or service to Chicago a animation such As Taco is really needed. But most of the talk he con Bishop Hillinger said he has no plans to go to Rome with tinted concerned recreational archbishop Cody when the lat especially a swimming Ter receives his Cardinal s red Pool in West Humboldt Park. David Sheldon director of the Duncan North Myca served As executive Secretary of the forum. Among the pastors sponsoring the forum and serving hat because i m not quite up to Par years devoted for Cicero Western and the Ste and the Venson exp. Is proposed. Using the Garfield Park re Gion from Pulaski to Western and from Eisenhower exp. To the Chicago and North westers railway As an exam ple of How the whole area committee for As a Mph North Crawford chamber change meeting dates the North Crawford chamber the 16 development area reports will be widely distributed to encourage Active Citi zen participation through meetings and discussions it was said. Additions and Revi Sions will be made when Community groups and elected officials have had the Opportunity to review and discuss these preliminary findings and proposals with City representatives. Copies of the report can be obtained from the Public info Eisenhower expressway might be transformed two Al mation Section of the depart Ter native suggestions were in i ment of development and plan a ended in the report. I Ning room 1006, City Hall. Steering Are Rev. Paul Buettner Advent lutheran Church . Robert of Commerce has it Walters Hope Epiphany Luis switching its meeting dates Theran Rev. David Mark unit starting thir month. De congregational Rev. Stan according to Roy Domberg Ley Dopak St. Francis of Assis chamber is Rev. William Devereux St. Will now Matthew revs. Charles Pond i thursday and Richard Winn St. Timothy Stead of the first thursday episcopal Rev. Anthony Chi sek is. Cyril and Methodius Rev. Carl Elwood Simon Peter evangelical lutheran Rev. James White Northwest lutheran and father Kelly. The group meet on the second month in initial chamber gathering under the new schedule takes place tomorrow june 8 at 1 . At american Home Sav Ings and loan association 3924 i North. Free ads offer jobs for teens 3 to 4 lines will be offered to any company business or organization that can use the services of Young people. The ads will run in our help wanted columns Unter jobs for teens at no charge. A Call your and taker vi8-2545 is 9-8600 alternative b Large map shows mid West development area with Industrial concentration along major thoroughfares around edges Consoli dated business centers expanded Parks connected by Community Parks and malls Anco elimination of Many Side streets As general traffic thoroughfares. Maii maps of Garfield Park residential business Parks institutions Industrial general traffic thoroughfares smal. Maps of retained As residential k _ science topic Bethel lutheran graduating class to hear Tikeri Strong and of a Good Edwin Eckert executive Sec serve As Litu Gist at the gradual j Mas Davison 1456 n. Spring courage be not afraid neither rotary of the Northern Illinois by Ralph Ikon s Van seen Wil he thou dismayed for the lord District Board of Christian Edu-1 d accompanied i Liam Gartz 4323 n. Cation will be the speaker at Diane Handel Soever Hou Fly jul ceremonies to be i Naeser will sine. Children of i wri8ht

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