stmondi Member Photo

Clipped by stmondi

PART2 - at in lone citizen. maybe of Cicero; for that...
at in lone citizen. maybe of Cicero; for that 7t IvElage is said to resent the effort to ' I change the avenue's name. . 1 i 25,000 Letters Received. So three representative business men I from the nnrthern end of the thorough! fare and three from the middle end i 1 another trio from the southern ex-I tremity are to study some 25,000 let1 ters they have received in response to an offer of $100 for the best name to take the place of Ciceto avenue. The contest closes at midnight tonight, and tomorrow morning study of the suggestions by the committee will be launched. Letters have come Ifrom all over America. Suggest Coolidge Avenue. I Coolidge avenue is the suggestion I far in the leai . followed by Dawes I avenue. although ma mes.of statesmen are specifically barred. fled Grange avenue, too, is popular. One letter trecommends Duncan avenue, on the I ground that the sisters did more to 1 advertise Cicero than anything else. " Name it Orphan Annie avenue," lone letter reads. " She is greatly loved; it is easy to remember and pronounce." r" Call it Mundi. Torrio. Genna, Colosimo, Druggan. Drucci avenue," writes one citizen. maybe of Cicero; for that ' 1

Clipped from
  1. Chicago Tribune,
  2. 15 Dec 1925, Tue,
  3. Page 1

stmondi Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in