John Fangrat - Aquila - Casa Loma - Powers Lake
THIRD FORECLOSURE SUIT FILED AGAINST NEGRO COUNTRY CLUB Kenosha, Wis., Nov. 16.Speciall A third fotevtosure action against the Casa Loma Country club. owned by a wealthy Negro colony from Chicago, was filed in the Circuit court here involving $11,400. Two previous foreclosures had already been granted by the court involving nearly $100,000. John W. Hirst, Chicago, seeks to recover the $11,400 remaining unpaid from a loan of $15,000 he made to Robert Southey and George Weiler on April 7, 1920. He names the Negro enterprise and 22 Chicagoans as joint defendants. These are Southey, Weiler, William H. Linnernan, Prances Linneman, George C. Weisen, Charles Kruse, John Fangrat, Priscilla Fangrat, Fran kseda Fan grat. John Kozak iewicz, Johann Kozakiewicz, Arthur W. O'Leary, Grace O'Leary, Feder Frandsen, Alma Frandsen, William Buck, Clara Buck. Antonette Kowalski, John B. Greenwald, John Sexton & Co., and the Harbaugh Lumber company.