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Humboldt Journal (Newspaper) - November 24, 1966, Chicago, Illinois How you can share Yule with Viet Nam Cis a Page 3 comminty Wayt aus a to Diin play and a a on sunday Over Uil Chicago a Oak Park is 9-Atioo a 7-a�<>0 Humboldt journal thought for today thanksgiving is living Page 6 vol. 8 number 7 office 4047 w. North ave. A 6-0322 thursday november 24, 1966 this Issue consists of 2 sections�?22 pages at Newsstands 10c a copy by mail $5.50 a year crime trend continues in 3 area downward districts traditional thanksgiving feast foods which they say Are packed with a solar Energy Quot comprise the diet of Alfred e. Polsz 1221 n. Harding and his wife Elnora president and Secretary respectively of the Chicago vegetarian society shown Here As they prepare their traditional Quot groaning Board Quot for a thanksgiving feast. Fresh vegetables fruits juices nuts Honey and unadulterated Dairy products Are on the table. The piece de resistance of their Holiday dinner is to be a succulent Squash baked at precisely 130 degrees which Polsz says is the exact heat of the Sun at noon on the Sahara desert to provide maximum Quot solar thanksgiving Squash will spark fhe Day the piece de resistance of the i thanksgiving feast at the Home of Alfred e. Polsz 1225 n. Harding will be succulent Squash baked at precisely 130 degrees to accentuate solar Energy. The appetizer will be glasses of Carrot juice crushed by Polsz and his wife Elnora from carrots procured 50 pounds at a time from California and which also Are stuffed with solar Energy \ tossed salad dressed with Olive Oil and natural Honey and e in with a Sponn will be on the table along with nuts apples and other goodies likewise loaded with solar Energy. Polsz is president of the Chicago vegetarian society and his wife is the Secretary. Like All other Loyal members of the organization they will shun Turkey or other flesh and have nothing to do with alcoholic beverages. Polsz. At 64. Has been a vegetarian for about to years after a supporting the medical profession for a Long time and learning about functional disorders during a stint at the Mayo clinic in Rochester Minn. The traditional feasts of a a cannibalistic alcoholic american Are not for him and his fellow vegetarians Polsz said because they have found in vegetables fruits and nuts All unprocessed and unadulterated a the source of a real health through solar the Polsz crush 26 pounds of grapes at a time but consume the juice before it has a Chance to ferment. Carrots in 50-Pound lots Are delivered regularly to them. Apples come from care fully chosen Orchards five bushels at a time. There is no Citi fied milk or Cream in the Polsz have either. Polsz goes into the country to buy whole unpasteurized Dairy products. The thanksgiving Day Carrot juice cocktail really a part of the daily Polsz fare will Benefit the couple s sight Polsz said and All the other vegetables fruits nuts and juices have their roles in keeping them healthy. Health Polsz explains comes from solar Energy and Koblar Energy is packed in such foods. That a the reason for the 130-degree baking of the Squash. A a that a the heat of the Sun on the Sahara desert at High Roon a he explained a so its real the steady decline in crime that began the end of last summer continued in the Austin 15th, Shakespeare 14th and fill More Lith districts during the Lith police period that ended nov. 9. Compared to the 10th period. Sept. 15 to oct. 12. The Overall crime rate dropped by 4.7 per cent in Austin 6.8 per cent in Shakespeare and 18.7 per cent in Fillmore during the Lith period oct. 13 to nov. 9. The figures Are from the crime statistics released by the office of supt. . Wilson. The figures also show that listed in order of the largest cumulative reduction in serious crime for the year to Date compared to a similar period last year Austin ranks 8th, Shakespeare 9th and fill More 14th in the 20 police districts of the City. The greatest decrease in the Austin District during the Lith period compared to a similar period last year was in the category of burglary. Last year there was 123 burglaries in the District this year 101, for a decrease of 17.8 per cent for the period. Fillmore too experienced a drop in the number of burglaries during this period of 1966 compared to the Lith period of last year. The figures Are 169 this year 194 last year for a drop of 12.8 per cent. Crimes in the three police districts for the year to Date compared to the cumulative figures Foi 1965 Are Austin District 15 cum. Cum. % 1966 1965 change homicide 7 6 16 6 rape 30 14 114.2 robbery 243 220 10.4 serious assault 162 113 43.3 burglary 978 1191 �?17.8 theft Over $50 428 488 �?12.2 Auto theft 1368 1062 28.8 total 3216 3084 3.9 Shakespeare District 14 cum. Cum. % 1966 1965 change homicide 9 8 12.5 j rape 15 13 15.3 robbery 241 240 0.4 ser. Assault 199 182 9.3 burglary 933 1049 �?11.0 i theft Over $50 580 514 12.8 Auto theft 1073 924 16.1 total 3050 2930 4.0 Fillmore District la cum. Cum. % 1966 1965 change homicide 54 51 10.2 rape 122 103 18.4 robbery 1223 1083 12.9 ser. Assault 967 974 �?0.7 burglary 1966 1917 2.5 i heft Over $50 788 705 11.7 Auto theft 1597 1352 18.1 total 6717 6185 8.6 prize winners Suzette the educated poodle assumes a Dainty on such an occasion. Also shown Are the pose for the photographer As velvet her trophies that decorate the Coffee table at daughter held by owner Trainer John Collins John s Home 513 n. Hamlin studies the stance for tips on How to behave you an Alderman Here is How to run tor it there was a slight increase amounting to 7.1 per cent in burglaries in the Shakespeare District in the Lith periods of this and last year with 105 this year compared to 98 last year. For the year to Date however the District showed a drop of 11.0 per cent in burglaries Over the cumulative figures for last year. In the Austin District during the Lith period Auto thefts accounted for the greatest number of crimes in All 7 categories of serious offences. There were 134 Auto thefts this period compared to 114 this period last year. A similar increase in Auto thefts occurred in the Fillmore District where 182 thefts this period were responsible for an increase of 7.6 per cent Over Stowe school grads return As marines marines who graduated from the Harriet Beecher Stowe school 3444 Wab Ansia returned to pay a visit to the school and their former teachers wednesday nov. 2, and attended a music Assembly in the auditorium. The marines All members of the 1st Marine division Are Gregory Kachka a june 1962 graduate William Audens a january 1963 graduate and Curtiss Sullivan a june 1963 graduate. They visited 8th Grade teach prize poodle is a Pointer ers mrs. Flemmie Wyss and last years 169 for the Lith Peri Rubin Steinberg and 5th Grade a dog has pointed out a career for its owner and the dog Isnit even a Pointer its a poodle. Because John Collins of 513 n. Hamlin had a poodle he enrolled the dog and himself in the canine aristocrats dog training club to teach his pet a few manners and to find out for himself How to continue the training. After Suzette the dog student had completed the 16-week Basic training course and Learned to sit on command and want to run for Alderman you can if you Are an american citizen a resident of the Ward you want to represent and can procure enough signatures on your nominating petition. That Sall that is legally required. However political veterans will Tell you much More is really needed to be successful for instance such things As a bankroll political savvy and Loyal companions to manage or help you manage your Campaign focus attention upon yourself and Alert you to hidden or approaching perils. Of course too a thick skin is convenient because Many said How How they vary from Ward to Ward. The number of signatures needed to nominate in West Northwest Side wards follow 28th, 135 29th, 247 30th, 232 31st, 340 34th, 246 35th, 239 36th, 365 37th. 288. In Nice things will be about you no matter pure your motives or Clear your past. Signatures required on nominating petitions must total two nominating petitions with the required number of signatures must be filed Between dec. 5 and Jan. 9 with the Board of election commissioners. The Woods and a Bona fide can Lloyd students display projects at science fair science projects developed by Lloyd school students will be i displayed from 9u30 . To 3 . Thursday dec. I in the per cent of the vote cast in the gymnasium of Lloyd school dilate until your petition has been certified and accepted. It May very Well be challenged by an opponent on grounds that the signatures Are fraudulent otherwise or worthless or that people who signed your nominating petition also signed another petition thus nullifying both signings. Or even you May have Trust a someone to circulate your you. L petitions who have been trusted. He might have been Lazy a tired a too Busy or susceptible to your opponents Blandishments and signed a lot of signatures himself. Even if he is Loyal to you the petition circulator May not have checked each signature to make sure the signer put Down his precisely Correct address or his name precisely As it is in the voters Register. Of. Shakespeare had a drop of 2.4 per cent in Auto thefts this period from 81 in the Lith period of 1965 to 79. During the 10th four week period of this year there were 142 Auto thefts in the Austin District 119 in Shakespeare and 193 in Fillmore. Total Auto thefts for the year in Austin amounted to 1,368, compared to the total for last year of 1,062, for an increase of 28.8 per cent. In the Shakespeare District the years total is 1,073, an increase of 16.1 per cent Over last years 924 and in Fillmore the total for this year is 1,597, an increase of 18.1 per cent Over last years 1,352. Cumulative figures for the seven categories of major teacher mrs. Felicia Riccio. Gregory Kachka and Curtiss Sullivan will report soon to Camp Pendleton calif., for training in motor transport and William Audens will report to Memphis tenn., for aviation training. Viet Nam assignment Marine corp. Rich a. Miner Vini son of Roger Mervini of 1634 n. Kolmar is a member of the 1st air naval gunfire Liaison company in Viet Nam. Ward in the previous Aldermani election or in 1963. Thus plan meet for Alamo principals a reception for principals of All Public Catholic and lutheran schools in the Community will be held dec. 6 at our lady of the Angels school 3814 Iowa under sponsorship of the Alamo Community organization Taco. The event has been planned by sister Mary Rose Esther As a step toward improving communications Between the Community and the schools particularly in connection with youth problems. The meeting is expected to consider proposals for a convocation of All teachers and religious leaders in the Community and special educational conferences for parents and youth workers teachers and others concerned. 2103 n. La Mon during the schools annual science fair. Exhibits of All 7th and 8th graders will be on exhibit plus work of room winners from grades one through six. Among displays will be projects on chromatography the effect of heat and cold on heart beats probability and Geometric forms in nature. However if your nominating petitions do successfully withstand All attacks both the Bona fide and the Picayune so ones you re a candidate in the running put on your thick skin and then go campaigning. Through its Quot stars of cheer Quot Christmas Campaign the salvation army in the Chicago area will bring happiness to some 44,000 people who might otherwise be friendless and forgotten during this joyous season. For guaranteed Home delivery of him Iii or ii i m noun or Kelvin cd. My ii Al pay your Carrier service charge per month of you fail to get your copy wednesday phone a 6-0322 9 . To 12 noon circulation dept. For special delivery 13 Kelvyn Park students passed advanced tests All 13 Kelvyn Park High school students and alumni who took advanced placement history tests last May passed them Joel Samaha advanced placement history teacher has disclosed with seven students receiving special ratings. Essay grades of High honors were won by Theresa Budniak Siewicz and Honor essay grades were won by Neil Unverzugt. Among graduates who took the tests Cesar Gonzalez received Honor grades on All parts of the test and one year of credit at Northwestern University. Carol Ackerman and Judy Mcadams received a year credit each at Northern Illinois University Karen Roberts placed out of history at Oberlin College and Marge Shell placed out of social science at Shimer i College. Modern dance teacher Nancy Klois left correctly positions hands of student Barb Dehart As Andrea Tobar looks on during modern dance class session at Duncan North Myca 3700 grand. Dance classes open to High school age girls Are held 4 . Mondays at the Myca. A mid Winter recital and participation in the annual Myca Spring show is being planned for students by miss Kloss. Other such rudiments of canine etiquette she won a trophy for being top dog in the beginners class. Her owner said Quot when i saw How simple How really simple it is to train a dog when you know How i decided to cast my lot with animals. I decided to become that was two years ago. Since then Suzette has become a Mother and velvet her daughter has started school too. But motherhood Hasni to put an end to Suzette a education. She has completed the advanced course leading to the cd degree companion dog and the the next higher gds degree. A the cd degree represents Grade school a John explained a and the cdx is the equivalent of High school. The next degree the us for Utility dog is College Suzette is a natural at win Ning awards while demonstrating her proficiency in the tests for the cd degree a series of three Field trials supervised by officials of the american Kennel club she won three More trophies. John now 17, and a at Gordon technical High school Addison and California plans to enrol in the University of Illinois at Urbana next year to begin the 6-year course leading to the do my doctor of veterinary Medicine. A a in la specialize in Small Ani Mal work a he said a but there a also a big Field in Ani i Mal research. All drugs and i treatments for humans Are first tested on animals usually i Suzette was a year old before i John even thought of training j her. His father John or had wed 25 years to give dinner for 150 friends or. And mrs. Edward j. Kaleta 930 n. Homan will j celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner sunday night for 150 guests at Ferrara Manor 5609 North. They have lived at their present address for 12 years and have two children a son Robert 19, and a daughter Adrienne now mrs. Philip Lombardo 1622 n. Kildare. Heard about the training classes held at Hamlin Park and suggested a visit one evening just for its entertainment value. The first visit aroused John interest. The training procedure looked easy. And Suzette who was As Bright As any dog of course was obviously ignorant. Furthermore the Cost was nominal $5 for a registration fee and $1 a week for the 16 weekly lessons John gives full credit for Suzette s accomplishments to Frank l. Ruth director Trainer of the canine aristocrats dog training club headquartered at 2644 Leona Franklin Park. The club conducts training sessions at 7 . Mondays at Kelvyn Park 4438 Wrightwood and at the same hour on tuesdays at Hamlin Park Barry and Hoyne. A emr. Ruth trains the dogs owner As Well As the dog a John explained. A anybody can learn to train a dog any dog if he follows the simple Steps As or. Ruth explains them. He a had about 50 years of experience As a dog seek repair permits for apartments apartment owners in six locations on the West Side went before the zoning Board of appeals tuesday in attempts to get their zoning status clarified so they can make repairs and bring the structures into conformity with the building code. In each of the instances applications for building permits for repairs were denied by the zoning administrator and the referral to the appeals Board followed. For her three Story 16 unit apartment building at 4302 Monroe owner mrs. Crystal Wilson asked for permits allowing her to reconvert to 12 units in the three Story building. The site is zoned r4 general residence. Sam Beckowski owner of the three Story 12 unit building at 3500-04 Carroll in an r4 general residence District sought permits to make repairs. Ettore Buffardi owner of the five unit building at 4314 Shakespeare requested permits to provide a second exit for the building and repairs. The three Story building is in an r3 general residence District. Bunco party cards and bunco Are on the program of the senior club that meets every wednesday at i . In the dining Hall of St. J Philomena Church 1831 n. Redvale. Refreshments Are served. For information Call Anna Linden Schmidt chairman at i 2-8361. Y Spaghetti dinner a Spaghetti dinner to raise funds for the new teen Center of the Duncan North Myca will be held at the y gymnasium 1305 n. Hamlin from i to 6 . Sunday dec. 4. The food will be prepared by mothers of y members. Rehearse play a you can to take it with you will he the play to be presented Jan. La and 12 by this semesters senior class at Kelvyn Park High school. Double casting will permit All drama students to participate. The i play already is in rehearsal. Mystery trip a mystery trip by bus for boys and girls has been arranged for Friday by the Duncan North Myca 3700 grand. The bus will leave at 9 30 . And return at 3 . Those making the trip should bring their lunch. Seek girl scout Aid mrs. Frederick Orton 2854 n. Keating is serving on a recruitment task Force seeking to stimulate College student participation in the girl scout organization. Florence Brehan of 746 s. Karlov asked repair permits for the two Story four unit building which is in an r3 general residence District. Jack r. Davis of 5830 wast end owner of a two Story Frame Structure with three apartments requested permits for the second exit. The site is zoned r3 general residence. Andrew j. Biliski owner of the two Story live unit building at 2716-18 n. Kilbourn requested repair permits. The site is zoned r3 general residence. Lucky Reader prize Best says grandma a grandmother of three mrs. Joseph Stigler 1920 n. Sawyer said she was a surprised and tickled at having been named a Lucky Reader Winner for Oft. 26. A this is the third prize in be won in three weeks a she exult i de. I a i just can to get Over it. Never before in my entire life had i Ever won anything then Sud i Denly each week for three weeks i win a the first she related was a Dollar Bingo prize in a Superman. The second week she was a Winner in a drawing at a department store and the third and Best prize of All according j to mrs. Stigler was the Lucky Reader merchandise certificate

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