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Southend Reporter (Newspaper) - April 14, 1977, Chicago, Illinois Anti-solicitation meeting Saturday column 4 r-i-' SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1893 south end EPORJER Aa Kcvnmilst Publication DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY 55 c PER MONTH Newsstand Copy Coll 7t4 7373 foi Wonl ids Vol.84 April No. 41 provers vow zpning change V fight to limit IBY TONY BARANEK Continued opposition of the planned expansion of the Belhaven Nursing 11404 S. Bell was prom- ised night by the Morgan Park Improvement association. Margaret president of the as- said members of the associ- ation have been throughout the Mor- gan community obtaining signa- a written which will be'presented to Aid. Jeremiah Joyce got from two to three hun- dred at-the she hope that the rest of the com- munity -will sign. We're going'to tell we expect him to pursue this issue in appeals court. A meeting to resolve the squabble will be brought before Morgan Park residents May 3 at the Cenacle Re- treat house 11600 Longwood dr. Joyce said at that time he will hear both sides and make an evaluation. community is standing firm against change in added Lang feel that we've given them a free enough option to open the building as a not-for-profit According to rebuilding the nursing home would provoke a zoning change from R-l to com- mercial although Bob administrator and part owner of Bel- said there are no plans to at- tempt a change. In other the board voted to seek community help in stopping dog packs that have been running loose in the 114th st. and Longwood area. time of year in early morn- the dogs run in said Lang. really causes some prob- lems. People are afraid to walk down the Lang also announced that Morgan Park High School day will be cele- brated Sunday at Morgan Park Bap- tist 110th and Bell ave. As part of its centennial the church is donating which will be used for a renewal program at the school. The money will presented in the form of a check at the 11 a.m. serv- ice by church members to principal Thomas Burke. Lang said that Dr. Joseph Sen. Thomas Hynes and Dr. James Moore will also be present at the ceremony. short-haul j v- j ftights win support __ m m Sen. Charles.H. Percy has decided to co-sponsor a Senate would make it easier for-air- lines to establish short-haul flights at Midway'airport. The S. is sponsored by Senators Howard W. Cannon and Edward Kennedy and Percy testified in favor of it Thursday at a hearing on airline deregulation held by the subcommit- tee on'aviation' am pleased this plan for airline regulatory reform has received sub- from organizations and individuals representing widely divergent backgrounds. So from President Percy testified during the final day of airline deregu- lation hearings. remarks stem from a deep- seated belief 'that too much of the interference in the airline marketplace is unneces- sary and Percy In addition to S- the aviation subcommittee hearings dealt with a similar S. sponsored by James B Pearson and Howard Baker The two bills would reduce federal restrictions and allow air carriers to offer lower fares and take over mar- like which are not being served. The federal Civil Aeronautics board docs not currently allow air carriers to undercut their'competition on fare prices. applications from ItTair- lines asking that Midway budget flights be approved are pending be- fore the CAB. CAB said all carriers serving O'Hare airport also have the option to serve but except for Delta do not exercise that choice. Bills S. 689 and S. 292 would make it easier for other carriers to take over the Midway routes. S. 689 would allow the issuance of certificates authorizing routes by a new carrier if applicant is willing and able properly to perform such Permission would- granted only if the CAB that such transportation is'not consistent with Meet tonight on Midway A representative of Midway Air- lines which is seeking federal permission to establish budget short- haul flights at Midway has been invited to a meeting at to- night at Daley 7500 S. Pula- ski. in building 100C. Charles Downey of Midway Airlines is the invited speaker. The airlines and several others are awaiting hear- ings by the Civil Aeronautics board on their requests to set up the bar- gain rate flights. Six charged with gambling on bus By TONY BARANEK It two incidents over the MfieaoL Morgan Park District 22 force police arrested a total of persons caufil.t gambling on CTA buses. 5i to Sgt Ken six apprehended at 95th and dr Riday afternoon for al- iejsedl.v molly as the bus making its rounds. The nev.l police arrested ai ju- venile in connection with anoUier Sii spree at 400 W. 95th st Al- though others involved in Jhe game in cash was recovered. in both arrests were made by 22 officers Clarence Hayes and Michael with an assist from CTA officers Charles Koa- Joseph Eariongc and William Freyer explained Ihat is a game similar lo in which player has lo choose from three containers one of which holds a winning marker. In tard Ihe player has lo choose the odd card out of Uiree. Arrested in the April S incident on Longwood dr. were Randy 5225 S. James 4555 S. Prince 4236 W. Lament 32 N. Terry 17. 65 W. 112th st and Erick 10322 S- Calumet All were charged with gambling and will appear in branch 38 court April 19. some of them were blocking said Dist 22 Lt Bob once a person got into a there was no getting out of it There wasn't any physical harm but there a lot of Ihe 36-year-old juvenile arresled Saturday was turned over lo youth of- ficers and will probably not be brought before the according lo Hanley. Police work with the CTA has been stepped up mostly because of complaints registered by both com- munity groups and said Han- ley. He added that Ihe Beverly Area Planning among requested the additional forces. the public convenience and necessi- believe that the best provisions of S. 689 and S. 292 should be included in the final legislation reported out of this Percy testified. 292 has a particularly good sec- tion on modernizing regulation of air freight for example. I believe S. 292 gives CAB too much discretion over its own reform and insufficient direction as to when and where to achieve competitive goals... write free pricing and market entry into the law. The more disciplined time-table and precise provisions of S. 689 ap- pear to me to be the preferable ap- proach. t as a former the certainty associated with the provisions of S. 689 is far more desir- able than the uncertainty of both S. 292 and current regulation Percy should tell the airlines and its underwriters what the rules will be. Airline man- agement and investors will be better off if we do in my is also prefer- able because it comprehensively ad- dresses the issues that will either make or break airline regulatory re- entry into the industry and greater fare-setting flexibility. are because without the real threat of increased competi- air fares will not be set at the lowest competitive level anticipated by proponents of reform. appealing and rele- Percy went the pro- posed criteria in S. 689 for approval of new which emphasize inno- efficiency and a significant re- duction in fares. S. 689 provisions that tend to promote competition include the is- suance of certificates for unused route authority to any qualified carri- er that applies for and the pro- posed granting of one to four new- routes each year to qualified airlines. the pricing area. S. 689 estab- lishes maximum and minimum while S. 282 appears to permit CAB to continue lo tightly regulate fares. is very important ihat carriers be allowed to lower fares significant- ly without CAB interference. best protection against so- called predatory pricing is vastly lib- eralized entry provisions and enforce- ment of ihe anti-trust Percy added. a regulatory price floor is to be included in the Ihe ap- proach should be progressive enough 1o allow new and existing airlines lo lowtr iheir prices lo the levels we Icnow from experience are both profit- able and Percy umbilical cord tying government to the com- mercial airline industry must be cut over time What a way to go Holy Saturday became especially memorable for Nora daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce 10028 S. when the Easter bunny stopped by to give young Nora a rickshaw ride. Nora decided to share adven- ture with Peggy and a pair of poodles owned by Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rlipek. 10540 S. the Easter bunny was too busy preparing for Easter to act as a chauffeur for Nora and sent Cathy Jo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 2532-W. 109th to take its place. But don't tell Nora. Peggy and Pene- lope. Slate anti solicitation meeting for Saturday By TONY BARANEK In an attempt to iron out a signed anti-solicitation represen- tatives from federa- tion and McKey and Poague Realty will meet-Saturdaj at 10 a.m. in the HF office in the basement of St John Fisher 162nd st and Washte- naw ave. McKey and Poague. a Chicago and suburban esl estate firm with seven has .been under fire yembef for alleged sol- s. The office is locat- estem ave. since early icitation p ed at. 19540 S been trying to negotiate with HF for a long time in order lo sign an said John Bcr- vice president of the 1 assume that our representatives will agree as long as the contract doesn't violate any of our real estate laws According to the Chicago Real Estate board has a list of by- laws which its member firms have Jo adhere one of which is an anli-dis- crinijnatjwi rule along -with a denial thai Mc- Key and Poague has done any elicit- ing in the HF area includes Beverly Hills Ml Wnghtwood and Ever green wil be brought out al ihe meeting by John Cofffy vice presid'ent and attorney Gary El den. One of the original reasons given Berger for his company's prior re- fusal to sign the anti-solicitation agreement was that not every real estate firm on the South Side has been contacted by the federation. we want no real estate companies soliciting in our said Cathy Connors. HF vice presi- dent and co-chairnan of the HF real estate committee along with Carol Pudil. they're and Poa- not the first one we've asked lo sign an agreement and they're cer- tainly not the first one lo come Jo terms with Most recently. HF claims lo ha-.e won a ntm solkrtation agreement from in Beverly Park and an anti-block- buMing acreermnt from Noms and White also in the same neigh borhood real companies that sobcii homes usually Inow ifial they're lo gel from com munily jddt-d Connors there isn't a whole lot if i'lhniaiion on TJOW Most tompanips gel Jheir customers tommenda lions and if thtv ivfir job well. Ihty'll ctl EcrciT is m full agmrmnl with HF dnd fit TWO vf-hcmenlh his firm Milr'led at K'rd and Lone wood dr wrli fall whui the original allegations began my no one at our office called anyone at that he said we have so liciled in any of the areas that HF is located in In our Beverlv gan Park the policy is not lo solicn if every real estate company would do its job. there wouldn't be any he admit- ted. are a few businesses around thai do cause trouble But we've gol a good name and people willingly bnnc us business Berger added thai MtKey and Poa cue representatives have in ihe past offered 10 HF. which have been turned down for various rea- sons In February HF rejected a pro- posed acrecminl in the grounds that 11 only applud lo ihe BeverK Hills area 'TV basit sicreemenl look me for ihat they vuuld not licit for lisiincs in ihe HF said Connors doesn't include adver just personal solicitation Whal 'ac're is direct mail- inc. lo door and phone addf-d we're not fvtn thai whdl they're doing is ami don'1 lo jive that impression But a rcoutable real es ijle linn should resposibilitv 1n the i which it-sen
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