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Mont Clare-Galewood News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1968, Chicago, Illinois Five arrested charged with arson in riot blazes continued from Page 1 at 4255 Madison Paul Evans 22, behind a store at 4143 mad Ison do Nowel Holloway 3946 Madison in a store 4135 Madison and Syrus Hart i addition Willie Mcmullin address unknown died in a fire in a grocery store at 1201 s. Kedzie. The fire bombings and riot ing erupted in full Force shortly after noon Friday touched off by the assassination of or. King in Memphis the Day be fore. The first fires were reported around Ashland and Madison and then like a Chain reaction moved West along Madi son. Rumours ran wild As looters and marchers gathering forces like a snowball rolling Down Hill defied police and smashed windows Grao oing everything they could carry from the show cases. One of the rumours reached Austin High school where or. Dorothy Martin principal was informed that students from Marian and far Rasht schools were marching to Ward Austin in the Hopes of picking up supporters Jor a peaceful or Martin immediately Dis missed a classes and said the building was empty by the time the Marshall students she said she understood that the Parade originated at mar shall and marchers then went to Farragut where they were joined by students from that school. She was informed also she said that upper Grade pupils from Spencer and May joined the March. To my knowledge there to Surv. Or Viertl students in or. We can be the Demontra Martin declared real proud of our people. They were very orderly and there was never a hint of any to owl Remdt it had been reported that the teenage marchers were being led by an adult but police said they were unable to determine who he was or in fact whether an adult did take part. A series of broken windows in a store apartment building and. A vacant office at Lara Mie and Washington were said to have been caused by the student demonstrators. National guard troops were called in within hours after the first fires and sniping broke out. More than guards men among the first put into action. They were split into three commands with the largest Force entering on the West Side. As rioting continued through Friday night and saturday morning More National guard units were activated and some special riot control trained Federal troops moved into the City. By sunday the tension be Gan to ease and As of Mon Day the uneasy Calm had settled. This then was the West Side situation As of late Mon Day Fillmore and Austin police has adopted a fingers crossed View of the area. Things were reported relatively quiet in both dist ots Mon Day and it was hoped that with most businesses and other Purdue degree Susan Elisabeth Yount 828 n. Latrobe was one of Stu dents at Purdue University who qualified scholastically for de Grees according to a midterm report from registrar Nelson m. Parkhurst. Institutions closing Down in the tribute to or. King on the Day of his burial the worst will have army trucks loaded with armed men toured the riot . Ery presence would deter any fur ther looting or burning. Also Many of the l platform stations along the Lake St. Line 2a-3g-april Community publication were manned by guardsmen. Schools in both districts 8 and reported monday s enrolment at about one third As parents apparently fearful of further outbreaks kept Chil Dren at Home. Your easter May the glory of the resurrection bring to you and your family Joy and Blessing. We wish you a most Happy and holy easter Laramie Federal savings loan association established 1922 5144 w. Chicago Avenue a 6-9575 Fred w Hartman pres. Faith presbyterian Church Augusta blvd. And Pine ave. Andrew m. Lowry minister april Lith Maundy thursday of the lord s supper in the Sanctuary april 14th easter sunday service in Sanctuary 8-.30 in Century Hall school for All Ages 11-.00 service end of raceway de Doyle Secretary to 37th Ward Aid. Thomas Casey Robert Constantine 37th. Ward Yard superintendent and sen. Thomas Mcgloon 37th Ward democratic committeeman and mire new Stop sign at Lockwood and Adams one of three new signs erected to control Lockwood traffic. Others Are at Quincy and Monroe. Acting on behalf of hospitalized Aid. Casey Mcgloon requested traffic Survey for Lockwood be tween Madison and Jackson Survey revealed need for additional controls. Action was result of Lockwood residents complaints that Street was being used As to Flinty lutheran Church Laramie ave. And Hirsch St. Maundy thursday april 11 service Good Friday april 12 service Sung by the sunday choir easter april 14 service breakfast service service just in time for easter Fine selection of easter baskets Etc. Y. Chocolate easter rabbits 2qc up chocolate Coconut nests 20c________ creamed filled eggs 20c up also Calm pm s easter special family assortment of chocolates. Etc. W 2 it 3.25 wrapped vol. Mathieson s Fine candies 5234 w. Chicago a 6-1747 j fac Bezel beats Chect it t de s new Ridgemond Market 329 South blvd. Eur 6-9020 t ill firk Contr of rid Niland pc easter special 1 polish hams. J 10-11 lbs a. Can 1 limit open tied free t Slotkowski easter Long Cut polish sausage smoked or fresh Sharp horse radish go rally nets group the March 24 rally of the Garfield organization at the electrical workers Hall 5247 Madison brought the Community group closer to its goal of and new members go organizer Fred Erick Andrews announced last week. The rally featured Eartha Kitt Dick Gregory Muhammad Ali Cassius still regarded by Many negroes As world s heavyweight boxing Champion Rev. Jesse Jackson National director of operation breadbasket and Ken fore Man West Side militant Post. After outlining the accomplishments of the organization Rev. U. S. Doss president explained How it plans to work to rid the Black Community of Absentee political control Absentee police control and to equalize the sums spent on children in the Chicago school system. The is needed Tor operational purposes and to establish cooperative negro Busi Nesses in the Garfield Park Community. Announces revocations rescinded Secretary of state Paul pow Ell has announced that the re vocations of the Drivers i of Joseph e. Bachara. 2259 n Long and Edom j Orlowski. 2019 n rescinded following re-1 Seipt of information from the municipal court of Chicago that reports of Bond forfeitures on Charees of do ing Phil intoxicated were in error and the cases were dismissed suddenly it s her Trust department . Prime Chuck roast or steaks Boneless rolled office roast beef easter feast . Gov t graded prime Broad breasted Turkey he 1 prime Irish and polish rabbits i la la i beef tenderloins. 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