Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1977 · Page 12
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March 17, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 12

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Page 10 CSH Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. March 16,1977^ Recommend city set i i /up rent complaint office Offer college credit 'Fiddler' plays in April Golde (Kathleen McNally) and Teyve (Sig Erber) on the outskirts of Anatevka in a scene from "fiddler on the. Roof" which will be given April 1, 2 and 3 by the Beverly. Hills University club at Morgan Park High school's Black-, welder hall, lllth and Church. Curtain will be at 8:30 Friday and Saturday, and 2:39 p.m. Sunday. Tickets, at *5 and $3.50, benefit the club's scholarship fund and can be ordered by calling 7794221. V. S, Student aid available Students who need financial aid to go to college next fall are asked to contact 1 Daley college, 7500 S. Pulaski rd. Dr. Virginia R. Keehan, president, said, "We are participating in the Illinois State Scholarship commis sion's drive to inform students who need monetary awards just what is available to them, so they can attend college. "Financial aids counselors at Daley college can assist new and current students in filling out forms and applying for free dollars for college from ISSC." Other financial aids also are available, Dr. Keehan said For example, the basic educational opportunity grant, the supplemental educational opportunity grant, work-study program and other monetary aids which can help' a student attend college, she added. Gitcho on patrol duty Coast Guard Lt. George N. Gitcho, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Gitcho, 5609 S. Nordica ave., will help enforce a 200-mile fishery conservation zone which went into effect March 1. He is serving at the Coast Guard Aviation Training center, Mobile, Ala. A graduate of Ripon college, Wis., he joined the Coast Guard in May, 1967. Dr. Keehan warned students that funds are limited, and those who delay in applying for the grants "may be sorry they waited." "I urge everyone.interest? ed to apply now. It's first come first served for the monetary awards." She also said that financial aids officers at Daley college will set up appointments with persons who call 735-3000. After a nine-month study, the Chicago rent control committee has recommended that proposal for rent controls be rejected and that a rent complaint bureau be established in the city.department of human services. Mayor Bilandic said the recommendations were contained in a report submitted to him by the-committee, headed by Harry F. Chaddick, president of the First American Realty company. The seven-member committee was formed May 26, 1976, by then Mayor Daley · to determine whether rent controls are needed, or desirable. The committee found that the "deleterious effects" of rent control would: 1. Discourage construction of new rental units. 2. Discourage the maintenance and repair of of existing apartment buildings. 3. Increase tax delinquencies and building abandonment. 4. Cause reduction of real estate tax revenues. 5.- Discourage" investor confidence. ~, , v , *' 6. Create a new and very complex, very expensive bureaucracy to'enforce any rent control ordinance. 7. Contribute to neighborhood deterioration. The committee reported to Bilandic after a series of five public hearings in which, scores of witnesses were heard. · "There does not appear to be even a mild'demand for a traditional rent control program by toe people who appeared before the committee," the report said. "Over 100 community organizations were invited to participate through letters, telephone calls and personal contacts. Less than 20 percent participated. and not one submitted m forceful proposal for rent control per se." The committee recmn- mended that "there be established within the department of human services, an office devoted to complaints of tenants and/or landlords for the purpose of advising and reconciling differences relating to good housing in the communities, and the economics related thereto. "The powers of this office," the committee said, "should be administrative." The committee was "most emphatic" in recom- mending an expanded program of federally-sponsored rent subsidies to ensure that senior citizen, handicapped or disabled persons, as well as others on fixed or limited incomes, pay no more than 25 per cent of their income for rent. Other members of the committee are Miles Berger, head of a real estate appraisal firm; Marilow Hedlund, former 48th ward ^alderman and member of the, city zoning board of appeals: ifade and industrial workers who acquired their skills on the job can earn college credit for their knowledge through testing. City Colleges of Chicago, in cooperation with the National Occupation Testing institute, will award college credit for occupational competence in 18 trade and industrial fields in tests to be offered April 21 to 23. Deadline for the test registration is March 25. There is a $125 fee for the exam, through which skilled craftsmen can earn college credit toward an associate degree and/or qualify for certification within their trades. Three to five years of journeyman experience is recommended before testing. ' Tests will be offered in the following occupational areas: Air conditioning and refrigeration, industrial electrician, architectural drafting, machine drafting, auto body repair, machine trades, auto mechanics and mechanical technology. Also, civil technology, printing, diesel engine repair, quantity food preparation, electical installation, sheet metal, electronic communications, small engine repair .'.industrial electronics and welding. Tests will be given in two parts. A written exam will cover factual knowledge," technical information," ry and problem-solving. Performance tests, 4 to four hours, of "hands i exams, will be administ* on college campuses whil offer programs in the n spective occupational Ufey or in Chicago-area indu ' al facilities. The amount of cee«fl\ awarded will be determip by the individual's perfdQnl ance. ' College courses commended to supplement \ knowledge or skills whwwn- dicated. ' .-,,;.' Credit will be a warded 'after the examinee ear»~12 hours of college credit.lat any of the right *·*· FORES COFFEE FILTERS Box of 100 FOyEFFERDENT UTYFI 25'ROLL DENTURE TABLETS efteraent RIGHT GUARD! ICE CREAAij HALF GALLON 1 Choice of Flavors . Double Protection Anti-perspirant 5Oz. RIGHT GUARD / LIMIT 1, PLEASE LIMIT 1, PLEASE LIMIT 1. PLEASE LIMIT 1. 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