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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 17, 1966, Chicago, Illinois Capac takes fight to courts bringing its a big guns to Bear on a problem that will have a continuing effect on the entire Chatham Community the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council has positioned its forces and is preparing for a final victorious assault on the owners of a Deli quent Chatham property. Choosing the court room As the scene of Battle the Capac following through on an earlier Resolution to fight for corrections of building code violations in the apartment building at 8040 Evans. Representatives of i the group will be on hand at a court hearing feb. 28. At the request of the Council the building department and the City corporation Council will bring the owners of the a a slump building to court in an Effort to Force them to Correct the Many violations. Atty. Herbert Fisher presi Dent of the Capac said the owners of the 8040 Evans property will also face the Cense quenches of their harsh manage ment of the building in room 1502 in the civic Center courts in a suit filed by the Council on behalf of the Charles Benefield family tenants in the building. The suit was filed following Fobe attempts by the Lou Gas family who own the building to evict the Benefield after they refused to pay their rent unil the violations were eliminated. According to Fisher the Lour Gas family headed by Gus Lou Gas who collected the monthly rents from the buildings tenants. A have been weas Ling out of taking proper responsibility to the building its tenants and the Community which it is a part of. An example of the owners unethical tactics Fisher asserted was Gus Lour ask testimony at a december hearing before compliance Board. A the told them the property a Vas left by his late father to confuse the ownership Issue to delay the violations correction decision by the boards Fisher told the bulletin. Fisher added that it is hoped that the court appearances will finally Force improvement in the building and make it a a healthy part of the Chatham area and not the cancerous slum sore it is now. In other Capac developments the group was presented hear hear Mannie Mauldin or. Presents Mon. Thru Fri. A 11 . Sundays a to . Web pm 93.9 Meg. Sutherland hotel Chicago the Semi annual presidents re-1 port at their feb. 7, meeting in the Council offices 7923 South Park. Although the Capac Leader lauded the a closer Contact Between the Council and the Block clubs he reflected that Dur ing the past six months none of the sub areas have functioned in a manner clearly demonstrating a discharge of their responsibilities. In lauding the clean up com Mittee chaired by mrs. Alma Graham Fisher stated mrs. Graham successfully conducted the 1965 summer Block Beautiful Competition and again the summer time Beauty of Chatham was during the year. Fisher pointed out that the important business committee lost the services of its former chair-1 Man Vincent Little. Currently chairing that committee is a i Polean Allen. The committee has projected the idea of a bus i i n e s s directory appointment Calendar. Experience demonstrated that even Good ideas cannot be effected if started. I however according to Fisher the healthy show of interest by the business Community the project has had to be postponed for implementation until later this year. The leadership of Charles Ellis Gaines has shown the i ability of our Council to take charges of discrimination and develop them into a meaningful constructive program a Fisher stated. Other business of importance included the showing of a Short film prepared by the Federal government and shown by the Clarke outdoor spraying company about effective Mosquito fogging program at a later Board meeting. The report also included presidential comments on activities of the clean up committee lauding the work of chairman mrs. Alma Graham. 8011 Evans and the new resurgence of the women s association under the coordinating leadership of executive vice president Milton Lam 8241 Vernon. In addition he commented on the membership and the youth Council. He concluded his statements concerning himself with the most meaningful problem confronting residents of the Chatham Community schools. A in keeping with our Trade j Tion of initiating new ideas where it has become apparent that old systems just Are not working the Council proposed the concept of an educational Park for High school education for the entire Southeast Chicago. Fisher told his fellow Council members. Slate Raby to talk on brotherhood the Bethlehem covenant menus Council will sponsor a brotherhood week Fellowship dinner on february 19. From 7 to 8 . At Bethlehem covenant United presbyterian Church 7308 Maryland. Albert Raby convenor of the coordinating Council of Community organization will be the principal speaker. Lloyd Berry will be program chairman. Rev. L. W. Stevenson is minister of the Church. Donations Are $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. West wooden club sets a woman of a fete thursday feb. 17, 1966 3 the bulletin an area resident was Given the a woman of the year award at a pre St. Valentine s Day party that was sponsored by the Triangle Block club an affiliate of the West Woodlawn Council of Block clubs at the Parkway Community Center. 500 e. 67th Street last week. Honoured was miss Rachel Ferrill 6712 Eberhart. Who was presented with a bouquet of roses and an award inscribed a woman of the year a for her Many contributions to the Community throughout the years. She was also awarded a certificate of Merit in the presence of Many relatives friends and neighbors. The presentations were made by the Block clubs president mrs. To Johns Berryhill 6733 Eberhart and recording Secretary mrs. Geraldine Richards 6706 Eberhart. Mrs. Richards received a certificate of Merit honouring her As the founder of the Triangle Block club and for her Many years of dedicated Community service. Music for the festivities was furnished by Robert e. Wilburn 6706 Eberhart vice president of the club. That flawless classic look for your knits revived with professional perfection at Rhodes cleaners 514 e. 79th Between Rhodes amp Eberhart building violations in an attempt to highlight an instance of slum Condi. A ions Tho Chatham Avalon Park Community Council placed a sign dramatizing building decay at 8040 Evans. One of the petitioning families seeking improvements in the building the Julius Harrington recently moved out of the offending building. The Harrington and the Charles Benefield worked in conjunction with Capac earlier this Winter to get improvements in the building. Discuss Ota proposals for eng Lew d Extension with announcement last week that the Chicago transit authority proposes to extend the Englewood elevated line from its present terminus at Loomis blvd. To s. Hermitage ave., Cha officials pointed out two ways in which it would provide convenient transportation for Beverly and other far South Side communities. Provision of 250 parking places in a covered facility South of the new elevated station at w. 63rd St. And s. Ashland ave., will make it possible for far South Side residents to Park at that location and take the elevated downtown. Also the Ashland ave. Bus no. 9 will bring far South Side riders from w. 103rd St. And s. Ashland ave. Directly to the new station where they can Transfer to the elevated and continue their trip downtown without any parking problems at All. At present this bus does not connect with the terminal at Loomis blvd. And another Transfer is required to go from 63rd and Ashland to 63rd and Loomis to connect with the elevated. Cat has estimated that Between 25.000 and 30,000 persons a Day will pass through the new station. The Chicago plan commission will discuss the proposal to Cost an estimated six million dollars at its meeting feb. 17 at 2 . In the City Hall. If approved the City would defray one third of the Cost and the Federal government two thirds. Previously it was simply proposed that the elevated be exc Ommittee tended to Ashland ave. But engineers of cat in preparing their plan for the plan commission continued it past Marshfield and Paulina St. To the East Side of South Hermitage ave. Property demolition Between 63rd St. Ant 64th St., on the East Side of s. 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Mrs. Robbie Terry is director of the Christ Church senior choir the Rev. John r. Porter is the pastor. The Arthur Logan Folk singers were organized about five years ago. In their first big program they participated with the Franz Jackson original j ass All stars in a concert entitled a the Way it sounded then. The Folk singers have recorded for folkways records and the Pinnacles recording companies. I Lucky readers Tim week s winners of $5.00 Lucky Reeder merchandise certificates Are Irene Moffett 6551 s. Green St. Mattie Lee Jones 8051 s. Evans ave. Martha Houston 505 e. 91st St. Three 5.00 merchandise certificates a re awarded each week to Lucky readers of the bulletin. The Lucky readers award must be claimed at the bulletin office 639 East 71st St. Before the next Date of publication. To guarantee delivery of the bulletin to your Home or place of business pay your Carrier boy the Low 35c monthly delivery chars. 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