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Humboldt Journal (Newspaper) - September 27, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Oppose clemency for Slayer of cop in 1958 below Community want ads wednesday and sunday c Oak a River format in 9-im.oo 7-8904 i tt-2545 Humboldt journal jews to Mark High holy Days see below vol. 51 4047 w. North ave. A wednesday september 27, 1967 this Issue consists erf two pages by mail a at Newsstands i5c a copy Aid. Aiello City plan agent to meet with new group to the victors Aid. John Aiello 36th presents trophies to members of Tiger pee wee league team which won Ward sponsored league championship. Receiving their awards Are Richard Florczak left and Michael Francesconi both of 1823 n. Austin. Pee wee league is for boys 5 to 7 years of age. Both Richard and Michael Are 6. Honor St. Timothy pastor on move to new Church the congregation of St. Timo-1 thy lutheran Church 2101 a Kildare will bid goodbye to i their pastor of 15 years Rev. It a 1 b e r t r. I Ronning at a Farewell party i to be held 4 . Sunday j in the lower auditorium of the Church. Honoured with pastor Rev. Ronning Ronning will be mrs. Ronning and their son Julian. Another son Halvor is presently in Israel. Pastor Ronning will preach his Farewell Sermon at both communion services and 11 . Sunday. He will be installed oct. 8 As assistant pastor of United lutheran Church Oak Park. At the special congregational meeting held last month Mem Bers voted to Grant pastor Ron Ning a release from his Call to St Timothy. The Resolution presented by the Church Council and passed read Tell fall program at Humboldt Park indoor recreation programs and class activities begin next week at Humboldt Park 1400 n. Sacramento announced supervisor Sam Donatucci. Further information May be obtained by calling Eaton at a 6-3892. Scheduled for 7-10 . Tues Davs and thursdays Are dress be it resolved we the coun cil members of St. Timothy Church do hereby recommend that the congregation release pastor Ronning from his Call to St. Timothy As per his request and be it further resolved that he be sent Forth with the bless j ing and peaceful Good wishes of the congregation. Be it further resolved that the congregation extend to pastor Ronning its grateful thanks for 15 years of faithful and Friendly the congregation voted to extend a Call to Rev. H. T. Masted of Story City Iowa. It was during pastor Ron neg s venue that St. Timothy erected a new Church at 2101 n. Kildare and remodeler the old Church into a modern Parish House. V soul kid Iii j registration for pre school making and millinery classes. 111 i i i a a c i c r i classes will be held 1 to 5 . Today wednesday and Tomor Row sessions begin tuesday and will be held to 3 . Every tuesday and thursday. Singing dancing and Low organized games will be part of the children s program. School afternoon classes for school age children will teach sewing designing and Art work made of household items. Ballet and tap dancing volleyball trampoline and Tum bling will be available week will it a Ilij. M. T will end with a Days for women and school age ceremony and youngsters will girls. Of receive diplomas As part the annual gym show in april. The woo shop program and boat building and repair of Craft under if feet Long will be under tie direction of Frank Eaton. Woo shop is open 2 to 10 . Mondays through fridays. Afternoon classes Are scheduled in woodcraft for school age Chil Dren. Men interested in build ing or repairing boats May work afternoons or evenings. Intermediate and senior basketball teams Are slated to be Gin practice sessions in the evenings. Reservations for team practice May be made by Call ing Bob Kushnir at a 6-0107 after 2 . Daily. Boys 12-13 years of age Are now practising football m preparation for the opening game in the Chicago Park District Junior Bear football league sponsored by the Chicago bears and Wilson sporting Good company. Sailors aboard ship Given third safety award fireman David l. Klotz us son of or. And mrs. Erwin a. Klotz sr., 3537 Lyndale and Seaman James m. Urgan us us son of or. And mrs. Michael l. Urganus 5456 Wrightwood saw their ship receive its third award for Avia Tion safety and Accident Preven Tion As crewmen aboard the anti submarine warfare support aircraft Carrier uss intrepid operating in the Gulf of Tonkin off North Vietnam. Aid. John Aiello 36th and a representative of the City plan Ning commission will meet with a group of Northwest Side Resi dents and business leaders next monday night As the neighbor Hood seeks to form a new Community organization. I the meeting is slated for . In the Blackhawk Park i fieldhouse 2318 n. Lavergne. Organizers of the group said the decision to form the organization still nameless was the result of a spontaneous outburst by people of the area who Felt an Organiza Tion headed by local residents could accomplish More than one led by a professional or in their efforts to form a grass roots Type Organiza Tion the group at one of its first meetings voted unanimously against any affiliation with the organization of Northwest communities. X a spokesman for the new group Saiti the people Felt that on a group headed by out-1 Side professional and paid organizers could not accomplish As much for the Community As would the residents them selves who directly relate to their surrounding problems and would prefer to speak for them-1 selves than be represented by a i group seemingly dedicated to fight the machine and rile local j in inviting Aid. Aiello and the City planning commission representative to monday s Parley the group Hopes to find out without any punches being i pulled just what the plans Are the Crosstown expressway and what Chance the people opposing it have to re verse a decision they would not approve one of the group s organizers mrs. Paul Przyborski 2114 n. Leclaire said we would like to be accurately informed about the express Way so we would have the privilege of either opposing or approving a real Issue rather than a speculation that bounces Back and another of the Organiza Tion is to oppose the blight deterioration and the do nothing neighbor and businessman who would contribute to that Condi w x mrs. Przyborski went on to Way that the same problems plague this area As throughout the City. We have our own dete-1 Rio ration problems and problem of delinquent parents and Chil Dren but maybe can regain our Pride Roll up our sleeves and do our own housecleaning we Don t need to hire Joe blow to Pound on City Hall desks for us. With the support of everyone by just lending their presence at monday s meeting there is no reason Why this could t be the Best area to line in and run a prosperous business but she concluded the area will have to realize that no paid organizers or politicians will clean our House or Street or Alley. And garbage cans won t help if no one bends to pick up the trash that litters his own prop erty and in addition to mrs. Przyborski and her husband others who have volunteered to help through the Early stages Are i or. And mrs. Salvatore Cimo i 2023 n. Lawler or. And mrs. Leclaire or. And mrs. Ray Baker 2048 n. Leclaire or. And mrs. Dean Summers 2024 n. Leclaire mrs. Agnes Wey Man 2015 n. Laporte Joseph Garcarz 2027 n. Leamington and Don Decleene 2020 n. La Porte. Alan Garber is head of retail careers drive Alan j. Garber president of the Crawford department store 4020 North is chairman of the Board of the Illinois retail Mer chants association which is sponsoring "1967 careers in re tailing week from oct. 23 to 28. Garber said the statewide program is meant to provide in formation on retail Industry Ca Reers to Illinois youth and their parents. Leading local merchants All Over Illinois Are developing their own local said Hugh Mancy . Vice president and general manager. The retailers working with school officials and civic and Community leaders As Well As with Young people recognize the need to furnish factual in formation to Young people to help them base their career big salad beets As big As Grapefruit and a head of cabbage measuring More than 2-feet across Are commonplace in mrs. Rose Nakutny s Garden 1144 n. Haman according to neighbors. Mrs. God bar with a magic Green also raises tomatoes carrots string Beans lettuce and radishes which she shares with friends and relatives. In addition Flowers Blossom profusely in the Beautiful Northwest Side Garden a Community showplace. Oppose clemency for cop killer training program for leadership applications Are now being accepted for the West town Institute for Community will meet at the division Urban Progress Center 1940 division from 7 to 9 . Tues Day and thursday evenings for six weeks beginning tuesday. The class is directed toward the Spanish speaking Community the institutes which Are co sponsored citizen information service a non partisan educational organization and fac will such subjects As Law enforcement consumer fraud landlord tenant relations Juve Nile problems specific Community problems leadership techniques in conducting interviews parliamentary procedure and other topics. The class Leader will be mrs. Edward Shneidman at the commission on youth welfare. The class aide will be mrs. Walter Zwiger. Both Are bilingual. Outside experts will be brought in at sessions where special information is needed. The planning committee included Juan Cruz Bureau of human relations Chicago Public schools Alvin h. Bass District 6. Board of education Teddy Ramirez. Association of Span ish speaking people of Ameri Ca Louis j. Cuza Casa Central outpost Herminio Gozman 1244 n. Claremont Jimmy Cas Tro. R. Banish. John r. Shana Han Jean sow a Aida Diaz and Rafael Nieves commission on youth welfare Manuel de Cuce 2048 Evergreen Jose m. Valen Tine 1300 s. Wabash Joseph w. Edmonds District 6 office Samuel Betances. Cuco Divi Sion Urban Progress Center Ramon joint youth de committee. Jose r 1ftfl x sister Pilarta Teresa Torres Cardinal s committee for the Spanish speaking Wil Liam j Mackenzie. Attorney and Graciano Lopez. The classes Are open to All. The fee of s2 00 includes registration and materials anyone wishing to enrol in the classes May Call citizen information service. Be 6-0315. And an application form will be sent. Those already enrolled Are Ali be Aguayo. 1621 n. Kimball Ruth a Camacho. 429 x. Hard mane Dewitz 2231 Tho Mas Rafael Fontan 1508 x Springfield Manuel h. Garcia 2734 Haddon Lydia r. Moran 1717 Pierce. Nicolasa Rojas 6221 grand Isabelino Rosario 4828 Jackson and Ada m. San 1704 s Paulina gov Otto Kerner and the Illi Nois parole and Pardon Board Are being urged by Law enforce-1 ment officials and members slam police officer John quirk s family to oppose any plea for clemency by convicted killer Nick Lapapa or. Officer quirk a Northwest Side resident was shot to death Jan. 13, 1958, by Lapapa when the latter and an accomplice at tempted to Rob quirk who was off duty at the time and a girl Friend. Lapapa who pleaded guilty to the murder indictment was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime by the late judge Joseph Pope. Judge Pope also handed Down 10 year to life sentences on two robbery counts. According to officials Lapapa has made three previous in j successful pleas for executive clemency. The Illmie police association for one told gov. Kerner in letter that they oppose any commutation of sentence due to the nature of the crimes it has been alleged that la papa and an accomplice usually George Starcevic during the course of Many of their crimes forced women to perform unnatural sex acts and if they re fused pistol whipped the women until they submitted. The murder Case against Lapapa charged that he and Starcevic approached officer quirk and his Friend As they were seated in a car. Both were armed and took Cash revelry and other valuables from the policeman and his companion. They then forced quirk to drive his car away from the scene. Lapapa and Starcevic continually made obscene re Marks toward quirk s girl Friend and the policeman deliberately clashed his car into a parked Auto. Quirk exchanged shots with Lapapa and Starcevic As they fled and succeeded in wounding the former. However quirk was fatally wounded in the gun Battle at the time of the killing i irk was assigned to the old 32nd District patrol division now the Shakespeare District he was under the supervision of sgt. De Russell now capt. Rus sell watch commander at aus tin 15th station. Officer Friendly visiting schools jews to Mark High holy Days synagogues on the West Northwest the end of this school year theme of the program is the policemen is your launched on a trial basis in March 1966 with six patrolmen the of f f in e r Friendly program proved to be such a Success that the police department decided to expand it. The program s goals Are to establish a working rapport be tween uniformed patrolmen and impressionable children in or Der to teach them safety rules Good citizenship and respect for authority. Friendly on the West Northwest Side include patrolmen j. G. Smith in the Fillmore District John Iwanski in the Shakespeare District and William Louven i the Austin . Ii win in Vivai ii relic now lists Vietnam alumni the same bulletin Board that was used by Kelvyn Park High school to Post the names of alumni serving during world War ii is now being used to list those serving in Vietnam. It hangs outside the Sape Stem memorial Assembly Hall. Students and school officials Are seeking the names of All Kelvin Park alumni now serv ing in Vietnam. Such information May be sent to Kelvyn Park Panther c o Kelvyn Park High school 4343 Wrightwood Chicago 60633. Each Issue of the Panther is sent to All alumni in Vietnam

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