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yonder u s jewel in her commemoration teas, Communion and has people wear to May is society Par- Evergreen Reactivates Plan Group Commission to Work the Village Officials C i v i c Pro j ects; Members Appointed. By Lucille Dohlgren Economist Staff Writer Evergreen Park trustees at their regular meeting Monday reactivated the village plan commission, appointed its five members, and called a special meeting for next Monday night to consider President Joseph H. Tanner's list of appointees for various village offices. Inactive since 1950, the Evergreen Park plan commission has seen brought back into existence to undertake a program of civic projects. The commission will work with village' officials on undertakings where its services wilJUbe of value, the-trustees ex- William J. Laskey, 0547 S. Troy ave., was named chairman with a term to run until April 1959. Other members of the commission and the lengths of their :erms are Herbert T. Kroeger, 9219 S. Trumbull ave., 1958; Herbert R. Kaiser, 9201 S. Utica ave., 1957; Orval A. Larson, 9802 S. Homan ave., and T. R. nson, 9305 S. Millard ave., 1955. All will serve until April 30 of he years in which their terms expire. President Tanner had a list 10 ii. A Â«*.-- , . . --iwiuHumist stair e " e a d v a t this week's meetinei Basil leaa y at ""Â» weeh. s meeting,, .. r . _ _ Madonna St. Gabriel's Leo invocation. will statue late the on 6400 at presented on recently The an-' Carl but he said no discussions hadj a f t taken place beforehand between himself and the trustees and therefore, it was decided to call next Monday's special meeting A list of trustee committee chairman and members, presented by Tanner, was tabled the board for study at Monday's session. If approved, the men will serve from May, 1954 to April 30, 1955. The list follows, first named on each committee being chairman: Presidential appointees for finance and license, Ray Johnson, John Leo, Oscar Gicrman: law, ordinance and health, Howard Dahl, Kenneth Cullinan, Louis Bruinius. Also, police and fire, Gierman, Dahl, Johnson; sewer and water, Bruinius, Leo, Cullinan: streets and drainage, Cullinan, Dahl, Bruinius; plats, public grounds and buildings, Leo, Gierman and Johnson. A maintenance program for 1954-55 under motor fuel tax funds amounting to $4,835.10 was approved Monday. Streets which will be patched and seal coated include 97th st from S. Central Park to Crawford avcs., S. Spaulding ave. from 93rd to 94th sts.. S. Turner from 102nd to 103rd sis., 102nd st. from S. Kedzie to Turner aves., 91st st. from S. Kedzie to California aves., 91st st. from S. Western to Rockwell avcs., a 93rd st. from S. Trumbull to lac *, ue Spaulding avcs., and S. California ave. from 87th to !ilst sts. In other board business, trustees registered final approval for Edward Solle's Garden subdivision, subject to the village attorney's receipt of performance bonds. Solle plans lo build homes on 10 lots north of 95th st. and , n S. Hamlin ave. on the east of the street. 1 At a cost of $750, the agreed to purchase 150 steel posts and 20 - miles - per - speed limit signs. A group of . five residents, headed by Joseph Conlin, 2740 W. 95th pi., appeared at the meeting to seek the revocation of licenses for houses--2743 W. two 95th business si. and 2745 W. 95th st. rear--which they stated violated the zoning ordinances. P r e s i d e n said he would make sure th noises from the establishments by S. were diminished for the ncxtjmittce. two weeks, while the bnard m- vestigaics legal procedure o n j th* matter.