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The Crows did not hang out at clark park unless they were going to fight the Bagley Boys lol and the Stilettos didn't hang out at Clark Park either--unless they were going to fight the Bagley Boys--what I'm saying is Clark Park was Bagley turf. If someone was messing with me and Tony was nearby--that guy got hurt--no questions--Tony would make him eat dirt!! As I recall, early on, the worst of the racial violence was mob related.
Western High School was across the street from Clark Park--Stiletto and Bagley Boys both went to Western--I went to one gang fight--its was 62' or 63' I was too young to fight but was what they called an "armor Bearer" I carried their knives and brass knuckles and such and passed them out to them near the fight scene--because I was 11 or 12 at the time I wouldn't draw attention to myself and if I did get caught with the stuff the cops would go easy on me cuz I was so young. I also had I friend in the Zulus---his name was Bernie Campell---he was killed in a bike accident. When school was over I would walk back to my neighborhood(Waterman and Regular) with a couple of friends or take the city bus home. It seems that a few people would start something and then large numbers of bystanders would pile on.
My mother never allowed me to got to Patton Park after dark because of the possibility that "they" might show up and cause trouble.
I lived three blocks from Veron Hwy, right by Springwells and there was a Pool Hall between Inglis and Springwells on Vernor and there were always rumors of gangs showing up there.
I knew a few of the members of the "Warrendale Gang" but was not one of their members.
I grew up on the west side of Rouge Park and they were from the east side of the park.
I hope you will express in your website the need for people to understand that those gang members were all sad, troubled kids that had no other way of expressing their frustrations and anger at the home lifes they had and were to trying to escape the reality of it.
I knew a lot of the guys rumored to be in the gangs but I certainly never had a problem with them nor was I ever afraid of them.
They had a hang out on a corner of Vernor (not sure of the name of the street but it was by the Martensons Funeral Home) between Inglis and Woodmere.
I remember going past there and seeing memebers outside and wondering if they were really as "bad" as the rumors had them being.
Some of them hung out at Daly's on Warren and I was there one time when the Stilleto's hit the place.
One of the big windows I was sitting near came crashing in from something they threw at it, maybe a beer bottle.