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Mont Clare-Galewood News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Police Hunt Slayer survivor under guard blow who s kidding editorial Mont Clare Gale Wood news my y and Sunda i i Ragi. I urk a Iti Irr Forcel vol. 28 no. 39 4906 w. Chicago ave. Vied Nesdal december of i9o7 two pages 3. S.5 59 a a at is a copy failure of courts to Clamp Down on juvenile gangs results in vacant streets there is an Odd feeling that gnaws at you when you drive the streets of the West Northwest Side at night. You can t put your Finger on h right away rut than if done on you. The streets Are virtually empty. Even on warm Clear nights sidewalks in the quiet residential neighbourhoods Are vacant except for an occasional Man out walking his then he does t Tarry outside any longer than possible. The Well lighted business areas after stores have closed for the night Are almost As deserted. The few pedestrians you do see travel out of necessity in pairs or larger groups. F at one time a Man had no second thoughts about an evening stroll either alone or armed robber. But these Punk kids that travel in packs Are something else again. They re like while i Don t condone going Back to the rubber Hose i some times think that if the cops had a Freer hand things might be different says Austin s renewal plan could be ready by mid 68 Man fears the streets after dark. Founded or is death Side the Safe confines of his own Home. I m a pretty Good sized one area resident said and i managed to take care of myself and survive two wars. But let me Tell you i would t walk the streets of any other area in the night for love nor Money. Might be Able to defend myself against one Strong u lieu a Oulu Puxico i Tion the West Sider was asked. Sure we be got ones for the most part. And they do their Job. But apparently there Are just not enough of them or their hands Are tied. Let me Tell you a Story about what happened about a month ago. A neighbor of mine just up the Street came Home about 11 one night. He parked his car in front of the House and As he and his wife started to walk to the front door another car pulls up and our kids jump out. It happened so fast the poor j Guy did t have a Chance. They hit him Over the head with something and two of the punks grabbed his wite s purse and then proceeded to slap her around quite a bit. He wound up in the Hospital for a couple of Days and the wife is still a Ner Vous wreck. We had them Over for Ner a few Days Back and they were talking about moving be cause of that they be been Here longer than we have. But they decided against it because where in Heck would they go. It s the same every place. But that s not the Best part of the Story. The police were on the scene shortly after because a neighbor had called them when he saw the attack. The cops were Able to round up two of the years because of their age they were turned Over to the juvenile a i thormities. The kids came from Well to do families and i Don t know whether it was because of their old Man s influence or because the courts were too lax. But All they got was a slap on the wrist and they Are out on the streets again. I hear All this talk about police brutality and the like and the victim of the described attack still carrying evidence of the beating was equally bit Ter about the mugging and Rob Bery and ensuing court action. Ill talk to you but Don t bring my name into it. 1 saw one of the kids who beat me a few weeks after the attack. He was in a car with three or four others but i could t Tell if they were the ones with him that night or not they were laugh i ing and living it up like nothing i had happened. I suppose it was All a great big joke to that j Punk. It s True like my Friend told you that my wife and i considered getting out of the area after that but where would we go the situation is the same All Over the City and the suburbs sure Aren t the answer. I Don t blame the you can t. They re doing the. I Best Job possible. They were most kind to my wife and me Din after the attack and Thuv went right to work and caught two of the kids. Its what happens after the police do their work that the rub comes. I think i remember Reading in your paper a week or so Back what Richard b. Ogilvie said in that speech to some service clubs. He said something like the courts judges Are living in a world of their own it must be another world if they release punks like those to run wild. These kids know that be cause they Are juveniles the court is going to Overlook an awfully lot. They steal a car Strong some Guy snatch a purse and then when they re caught scream at the top of their a juvenile. You can t do anything to me Well they better do some thing to him or one of these Days he s going to kill some body. Then it s too Austin High Cha fulfilling goals Patrick Gross Pat Gross boy of week the Austin High chapter of the future homemakers of America is moving in High gear i toward fulfilling one of their j main purposes of organization i that of being a service to their Community. J in an Effort to make thanks j giving Day a Happy one. The Home management classes of i the Austin Cha sent a Box of i foodstuffs to a needy family in the Community. The family involving some 17 children received 6 boxes of food Staples including fresh vegetables and fruit a frail cake and a Large Turkey. Mrs. Pearl l. Harris Mother of one of the students donated her time and car to trans port the food items to the family. For Christmas the Home management classes through the Junior red Cross Are donating three dozen blankets two dozen drapes eight knitted articles 50 stationery folders and some stuffed animals to be Given to those in need. Pocket of blight could ready for City Council approval by the Middle of next year. So declared Austin born raised and Austin High school graduate Lewis w. Hill com missioner of the City s depart ment of development and plan Ning in a talk delivered to the kiwanis club thursday at the Austin Myca Hill was referring to the area bounded by Huron Central. Lake and Waller a part of the Model cities program for which Federal planning funds were approved two weeks ago. If the plan is approved with out delay. Hill indicated exe cution could begin As Early As next summer Hill lauded the opinion sur vey conducted by Edward Van de yen. Chairman of the Board of the National Bank of Austin to determine Community senti ment As to the character of improvements for the area. He encouraged other groups to do the same and meet with him so that agreement can be reached before a Concrete plan is put Forth. He said he and his staff Are available from now on for consultation with interested civic groups. Problems and delay arise when groups and individuals fail to express their views until the specific plan is present he said. Then usually it s too late in change plans. This need t happen in Austin and it won t if we have More gatherings like the kiwanis Hill disclosed that three Pri v a t e consulting Shapiro real estate research and mid american appraisal Are assisting the City in gather ing Basic 3ata for the 30-acre while stressing that no plan has been adopted for the area Hill said it is expected that 5 to 10 of the 30 acres will be de fined As an Urban renewal project and redeveloped with moderate priced privately built Low Rise residential structures and related uses. This is in line with the results of the Van de Ven Survey which showed a preference for Low Rise structures More Park and playground space and fewer commercial enterprises. Preferred were single a Milf 5 and 6 room dwellings and two bedroom furnished apartments. One continued Hill recommended a shop Ping Center on Lake St. Be tween Parkside and Waller. Another Felt an Urban renew Al area in Austin should be used As a device to help stabilize the this Means the major focus age Middle class families. Since the area being consid ered is such a Small area it ought not to be planned so As to become an Island of new hous ing in an old Community in Stead let it be an example to the entire surrounding Community of what can be done when neighbors cooperate in planning and building a better Community. I would Hope some serious consideration would be in a Section of the area for Good housing Lor senior citizens the area now is predominantly residential with 24 scattered non residential structures. It is estimated that the 140 residential and partially residential tru Turos involved contain 535 housing units holding 250 single persons. The Austin news started a crusade to modernize the area parts of which have sometimes been described As having the appearance of a deserted min ing town several years ago. The Kate Paul Corcoran 371 h Ward Alderman at the time at tempted to solicit private Capi Tal to renovate the Section but could not raise sufficient funds. Last year the present 37th i Ward Alderman Thomas Cas j by pushed for City action on j the Section and succeeded in getting it included in the Model cities program. I the entire Austin area Hill said will be included in the j far West development area re. Port that is slated for comple-1 Tion next year. It will seek to do the same kind of thing for j All of Austin Over a longer period of time that the 30-acre i project accomplishes now. In answer to a question relat ing to the several non conforming zoning uses now in operation in the 30-acre area Hill said this would pose no problem. The City could buy the structures and if it was decided that there was a need for the Type of business being operate for e x p 1 portion of the area could be rezoned for this purpose. To one suggestion that an athletic stadium be built in the Central Lake area he replied that no one had Ever broached the idea before but it could be considered if there were senti ment for it. Kiwan ians hear Hill Lewis Hill commissioner of City s planning and development department addresses Austin kiwanis club at luncheon last thursday. Hill told kiwanis gathering that renewal plans for Austin s pocket of blight May be ready by mid-1968. Sunday is lighting deadline 1 deadline time is drawing near. I the count Down for the aus i tin business Council s annual Christmas lighting Content has reached five and decorations on Homes and Complete blocks a new category this year must be completed by dec. 10 at 5 . Preliminary judging will take place sunday and monday by the Austin news and Austenite in cooperation with the Abc. The preliminary list will be handed Over to the final judging panel and they will make their decisions on the winners Over the weekend of dec. 16-17. Win ners will be announced dec. 20. Individual residential awards will be for first place for second third and fourth. In addition this year two awards will be made to the Best decorated blocks with going for first place and s50 for second. Polite Hunt Slayer of two survivor under heavy guard Navy Bood graduate i Lee s. Ijams naval Seaman recruit son of or. And mrs., Walker h. Ijams 310 n. Has been graduated from nine weeks of Basic training at great lakes 111. While police a fuss their search for the killer of two aus tin area women a guard has been placed at the Cook county Hospital bedside of the survivor of monday s double slaying. Mrs. Candace Manzella 21, is still listed in serious condition at the Hospital where she was taken after being shot and stabbed in her Home at 5567 Van Buren. Mrs. Manzella s two Sisters mrs. Claudia Daubenspeck 23, and Colleen Mulchay both of the same address were slain in the Early morning at tack. I Austin District police and homicide detectives from area j 5 Are seeking mrs. Manzella s estranged husband Phillip Manzella of Elmwood Park. J Manzella s car was found at1 his Home and his House and the i area were searched but the sus j pet was not found. J according to a report from the Austin District mrs. Man Zella said her husband had shot and stabbed her and her Sisters As the four sat in the Kitchen drinking Coffee. Police believe he was apparently seeking a re conciliation of the marriage but had been turned Down. Also in the six room apart ment at the time of the kill ing were the girls Mother mrs. Rita Schultz a widow who is deaf and two children Keith Gregory Daubenspeck 5, and Janet Manzella 2. Austin District officer Thomas o Callaghan first on the scene and homicide police were Able to piece together the following Story of the slayings while mrs. Schultz and the two children were asleep Man Zella and the three women were in the Kitchen. At about a.m., mrs. Manzella said her husband suddenly and without warning pulled out a gun and began shooting. Mrs. Manzella was grazed in the head and both her Sisters were killed by bullets to the head. Then mrs. Manzella continued As the bodies Lay on the floor Manzella stabbed them with a Butcher knife and fled. Mrs. Schultz was awakened by one of the children and went to the Kitchen where she discovered the crime scene. She pulled the Butcher knife from her daughter s Back and mrs. Manzella was Able to reach the Telephone to Call police. When officer o Callaghan reached the Van Buren address he was unable to get in the front door so he went to the rear and up the stairs to the apartment where he encountered mrs. Manzella covered with blood. She was rushed to Loretto Hospital for emergency treatment and then transferred to Cook county. Patrick Gross 1929 n. Kar Lov is Community publication s Winner of the first Carrier boy of the week award and thereby becomes eligible to win a new bicycle. The outstanding Carrier boys Are picked on the basis of Good delivery of the paper and in creased collections. Subscribers to Community publications can help their Carrier boy become eligible to win the new Bike by being prompt with their pay ments when the Young Man comes to collect. Three other Carrier of the Eek awards will be Given Dur-1 ing december and then the Carrier boy of the month will be selected from these four and win the new Bike. Patrick who delivers the Northwest journal has a route that is bordered by Cortland Armitage. Karimov and Insp. He is a freshman at Weber High school. I Austin to give Yule concert next week the annual Christmas concert by the Austin High school music department will begin at 8 . Next wednesday at the school 211 n. Pine. The performing groups will j include the orchestra directed j by mrs is Price Ramsley the band directed by Robert lev hrs the girl s chorus directed by Ellis Schuman the inter mediate chorus directed by Arthur Quinn and the Advan-1 ced chorus directed by miss j Angela Lui cops push search for killer robber decorations reflect Christmas spirit the spirit of Christmas has broken ont in neighbor season. A gayly decorated Candy Cane left photo Hood shopping sections with Light poles colourfully greets shoppers at the North and Austin area. A adorned in various styles All reflecting the yuletide merry Christmas wish from All adorns a Light pole in the North Crawford shopping District Center while at right Street lights flank Christmas tree on pole i Madison Pulaski shopping Center. J police on the West Northwest Side Are still seeking a witness and information on the slaying last week of a clerk at the Cen i trial Fullerton currency sex c h a n g e. An undetermined i amount of Money was taken from an Safe. The clerk mrs. Angl one in ebola 36. 2419 x major was found shot to death inside the Exchange Cage shortly after opening time it is still not known How the killer gained admission inside vow Post will induct members to Start drive Pearl Harbor Day will be commemorated t o m o r r o w thursday at an 8 . Meet ing at the Mont Clare Leyden Post 1284. Veterans of foreign wars 6940 Diversey. When 12 new members will be "obligat-1 de into membership of Chica go Federal Post 1525 to launch a membership drive. James Audette 1509 Leamington is commander of Chic ago Federal Post. Presiding at the ceremonies will be Edward Bol Anowski second District com Mander Andy dims senior commander and District Mem to be skip chairman Peter Hilger. Junior vice commander and Carl Gaupp chaplain. Veterans of Vietnam Are particularly being sought now for membership Post officials said. I the Cage or How an alarm failed to go off. Mrs. In ebola was shot apparently with a .25 Cal. Gun at close Range in the Back of the head. Police say a .25 Shell Cas ing was found in a Wash Basin. Frank Morrone who operates a pet shop next to the currency Exchange found the body. He said that an unknown passerby had told him something is wrong next when Morrone looked behind the Cage he saw mrs. Friebo Lin s body and believing she had suffered a heart attack called the fire department. Firemen however noticed the blood and summoned police. They broke Down the door and rushed mrs. Friebolin to the Hospital but she was dead on arrival. Christmas party by Mel in Romer unit Friday eve the annual Christmas party for members of Melin Romer unit 728, american legion auxiliary will be held at 8 . Fri Day at the Post s Home 5052 division. A Sale of items made by veterans will also be held. Mrs. Warner Robertson is general chairman of the affair. Guests of Honor will be mrs. Bernadette Schwab District director and mrs. Florence John son District rehabilitation chairman. Mrs. Lee Kain 5645 Iowa will be in charge of the Sale

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