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   Economist (Newspaper) - June 8, 1960, Chicago, Illinois                               owns Wors A Penny for Your Thoughts Each person is given a penny for his or her thoughts. Today's Interviews were conducted in various locations. The question Asked YOU ENJOY EATING OUTDOORS DURING THE Mrs. Gloria ftptometric ques- tion of whether I enjoy eating outdoors or not just as does any other social on the company I'm with. This type of eating is a little more work than ordi- but any type of change or variation from the ordinary is Mrs. Florence Oak I enjoy eating outdoors when the weather is warm. I find that I enjoy the meal more be- cause I am more relaxed outdoors. Another point in favor of outdoor Bating is that it is more enjoyable for the ah i Mr en. In I enjoy this type of Summer DETAILS IN COL. Accredited Community of America. Inc. Copyright I960 By Southtowa All Rifbu MRS. G VOLUME 41 728 W. 6 5 St.. Ttl. HWson JUNE 1960 ftiet four 48 ecor ome how eady ens m morrow wj jncii Church Not Those Are f Something For Everybody Mere MRS. F. KLUEVER A Mrs. Leo Oak don't particularly tnjoy eating outdoors during the Summer. In the first I think that it is just too much work. An- thing is can't stand the flies and mosquitos that are always pres- ent at these pic- nics. I would much rather eat in the the house than other that I MRS. L. DUBIEL By Harold Cross Economist Staff Writer Webster's New International Dictionary may require a minor revision if a six-year-old white and roan. Some Live Children on their way home from Kershaw elementary school stopped to peer through the fence at the four-legged animals in a make-shift paddock in the park- ing lot of the Southtown 6545 S. tlnion ave. The beasts i Big Displays To Thrill All -I y.f. of the Corporation Counsel's legal staff prevails in the case of the Glad Tidings Gospel 1041 W. 63rd st. The dictionary says that a church is a building set apart for public worship. The erudite Corporation Coun- sel lawyers ruled that a such as the Glad Tidings Gospel where religious services are held is not a church and does not come within the provision of the state law that liquor may not be sold or served Mrs. Shirley j within a radius of 100 feet of a tiTA very much. It always seems so much cooler when you eat outdoors. I agree that it does take just a little more effort than other but after we wait through a long Winter for warm weather and I think the little MRS. S. f ET f f toore effort is well worth Mrs. Margaret Jeff cry never tnjoy it. My family doesn't like eating and I fond of outdoors arn the not fuss involved in this kind of a meal. To my way of by far s MRS. M. GOSS easier by lar to eat in the house where everything you need to pre- house of worship. The technicality involved in the Corporation Counsel's opin- ion is that a house of worship is a church and not a store front meeting no matter how often hymns are sung or how many souls have been brought to redemption inside the walls. Because of this Capt. Max Steinhauser of the Engle- wood police has declined to seek revocation of a liquor license granted to York Engle- for the premises at 1035-37 W. 63rd next door to the Glad Tidings Gospel and well within a 100 foot radius. The Glad Tidings Gospel Cen- ter has been holding evangelistic meetings seven nights a week for 18 years and enjoys a fine repu- had horns. It.was the lunch hour Tuesday but the kids seemingly forgot their hunger. The crowd of little people born and raised in the city steadily increased. Finally the silence was broken. said a old girl. said asked another fifth-grader. The first girl replied in a su- perior was the first one here. The man told The man was Jim man- ager of William H. McDonnell's farm and the. A r f n were registered short- horns. Actually there was only one cow full grown with Identi- cal twin calves. The others were three yearling bulls and three all show animals which will take the grand tour this Summer starting at the Illinois State Fair August making the Southwest circuit of fairs in Mis- Kansas. Oklahoma and Texas and the International Royal stock show at Kansas City in October. former owner and publisher of the Economist News- brought his worth of prize cattle to Southtown for the day to show them to mem- bers of the Englewood Kiwanis Club and their luncheon guests. i i F F F T r j -m-1 -mm T n f- f.jf j r r t ffffff-V.V-r- I m f m r There's entertainment and interesting exhibits at the annual Home Show staged by the Economist which opens at 2 p.m. tomorrow in South hall of the International Amphi- theatre and will continue through Above scene is from last year's show9 also held in South hall. Admission is free. The show will be open until 10 nightly. tation as a mission. On the sec- McDonnell the first presi- pare a meal is 50 Demand ond floor it has rehabilitation headquarters with lodging for homeless men. Across the street from the mis- sion is St. Mary's Missionary Baptist church which is housed in an old theater building. At a hearing last Spring it was ap- proved as a church by the Zoning Board of Appeals. When a sign appeared in a Building Fix-Up Fifty sign-carrying members of the Winneconna Lakes Improvement association Sunday marched in demonslration against pair of two- fSat buildinc-c which they .say arc window at 1035-37 W. 63rd st. announcing that package liquor was on sale Richard Fish- er. 8034 S. May a trustee of the appealed to Theo- dore community secre- tary of the Southtown Planning to aid him in ob- taining revocation of the retail liquor license of York Engle- Inc- Voight contacted Capt. Stein- hauser and appraised him of the circumstances. The police captain said that under terms of the Cor- poration Counsel opinion of May 1954. the York dent of the club. McDonnell told the Kiwanians that raising show cattle is a big gamble to the but pays dividends to the industry as a whole in the improvement of the breed. Missing Girl Is Happily Quick Work Back Home Bv Police 9 m their neighborhood Inc. license was good. in must be repaired. The Ird b R 3 c h a r d assccial brought the angry res- idents to -a meeting place in frorrt 7719 S. Fic3ding where the members had asked an of- ficial of the Tom Realty com- pany to talk. .No firm member showed up. The nrm manages the 1wo buildings 7719 and 7729 S. Field- ing which Bukacek told 1he crowd were purchased with a view toward renting them with- out making improvtrmcnls. Bukacek charged the Tom which has ofiices at 7209 S. Greenwood ave. and 100 N. La- SaJle with a list of building violations at bolh addresses. t he said wires were plaster and windows a gas-fired space heater was built into a living room wall TdJih no insi-ilalion or venl for lack of no garbage fa- cilities and the was leaving the with stagnant and debris. Both the Zoning Board of Ap- peals and ihe bujldir.g depart- ment agreed wilb Webster's Dic- tionary that any b-uiJcting set apart for public worship was a church or including the GJad Tidings Gospel Holds Two As one of the Englewood de- tectives early Friday questioned a pickpocket another team walked in with loot said to have been taken in an earlier burglary and found in the sus- pect's room. The story began when patrol- men Louis Caeser Gay and Thomas Bell were hailed by Lynn 6545 S. Union came Mary Catherine who left her home at 5749 S. Lafiin st. after doing the dishes May returned home Tuesday to a joyous reunion with her family. She had thought her didn't want her around anymore. A Mrs. Kathleen 5733 S. Lafiin saw i Mary's picture on the front page of the SoutMown Economist Sim- the mother and told Airs. Ryder she had seen Mary ave. Dellamane aboard a bus with shopping Saturday 63rd and Halsted shopping Doors will swing open tomorrow on the South Side's most impor- tant event of the Econ- omist newspapers mammoth Home Show in South Hall of the International W. 43rd and S. Halsted sts. Starting at 2 p.m. tomorrow and continuing until 10 o'clock Sunday night the exhibition that homemakers have been waiting patiently for will go on colorful display for the sixth time m as many years. There'll be booth after booth of tastefully arranged television items for outdoor bathroom and kitchen fixtures and displays of merchan- dise designed to thrill homeown- ers and homemakers alike. There'll be fun and entertain- ment for including the the children. Let's take a preview tour of the starting from the time you drive up to the amphitheatre I in your car. Parking There aren't any. Not only is there free parking on the vari- streets surrounding the am- but there is a fee parking lot behind the amphithe- with space for hundreds of cars. After your car is parked go to the amphitheatre entrances on S. Halsted st. opposite W. 43rd st. There will be plenty of gates open to accommodate everyone. If you see some strange look- ing characters running about don't be alarmed. Clowns of Ringling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey circus now appearing at the are scheduled to make their appearances at the Home Show. The gates and doors to the show open at 2 p.m. every one of the four big through Sunday. The show will be open until 10 p.m. daily. You'll be impressed when you first step into the amphitheatre by the blaze of color and the blending of the merchandise. Many of the exhibitors are giving away various items and there will be balloons and novel- ties for the kids. Literature to help you in planning your new home or home tips on how to do things yourself around the information on the latest home appliances and are yours for the area at W. 63rd st. and S. ave. Dellamane pointed to 1wo jnenj i t j i. j i .u- 1 Alter some whom he had picked pocket of and snipped bis R-vder fmmd lhat wrist from has arm. He Robert at Voigt is endeavoring to get alsaid a third man had S. Racine ave. new ruling by the Corporation Counsel more in agreement with Webster's the Zon- ing Board of Appeals and the The policemen arrested Frank Hudson 357 W. 63rd an and James P. 6123 S. Ada whom desires of the Glad TidingsHfoey said were apparently not Gospel Meanwhile a prayer meeting is scheduled to be held tonight in 1he mission at which Divine Guidance wain be sought to end the impasse. Bukacek 29 was in a similar state of d.sre- LEASE ANNOUNCED Joseph 660 W. 63rd announced that the Goodyear Tire Hubber Co. has tsken a long-term 3ease on the property he at 6136-6140 S. Halted and is spending SI50.000 on improvement. The existing building is being rrrr.onieled and an addition add- ed The quarters will be oc- cupied by a retail store of Ihe Goodyear company. in possession of the money or the watch. It was while two detectives were discussing Oellaimane's picked pocket with Hudson and Black that three other detectives into EngUewood station with loot they said were found an Hudson's room. The burglary had been com- mited shortly after midnight in a barber shop at 324 63rd the policemen said. A known dope Hudson a 3o7iig police record which includes a 7-year term in State- ville penitentiary on a robbery conviction. He and Black were being held Friday lor in- vestigation. while washing the dish- heard her mother rebuke a younger and thought the tongue-lashing was meant for her as well. When she left with her girl friends that Thursday she thought she was leaving for and went to stay with another Edith Zimmerman and her family. The 5-fool-3-inch redhead had not seen the Econo- mist until her mother showed her the story Tuesday. So she had not known that she m very rr.wch wanted and very much missed. Asked if she was happy to be Mary was typically femi- nine. In a tear-stained voice she she There really wasn't much to This is tltr site of the sixlh annual Home Show of ihe Economist prre. The building is the South Hall of the International Aniphilhratre. Eulranee is on Hakted opposite 43rd sU. You be comfortable no matter what the weather because the Home Show will be air conditioned. A SALUTE TO WOMEN On June 29 the papm will publish their special nection dedicated to the distaff role in community Pictures and ttoticj about rep- resentative groups and individ- uals will describe women's work in hospital church Feder- ated school mother grandmother Scout linie political etc. dub and public rela- tions committees should mail list- ings MARIE STtRNIERGEft WOMAN'S CDITOR ECONOMIST NEWSPAPERS 72S W. St.. HI. Awarding the prizes at ihe Home Show. Above is how the lucky numbers are drawn. If the kids get edgy while you're talking with an exhibit take them to the Treadivay Cleaners booth where there's a real live donkey. He's penile and ready for riding. There will be attendants on hand 1o -keep every thing If you need license plates for lhat new car. or it's time to re- new your driver's step up to the green and white trailer provided by Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier's office. Employes of the office will serve yota. On the back of your Show tickets is space for filing in yoi.tr name and address. Se sure and do this. It may mean win one or more of the valuable prizes being offered by South Side merchants. Top prize is an eight-day tour for two sponsored by the Econo- mist Newspapers and the Hap- piness Tours. Winners will go td Colorado and visits to Pike's Peak. Garden of the the new U. S. Air Force the Rockies and Wi3dhorn First slop will be at -famous Am- hotel in Colorado Springs. Dad will get a kick out of the opportunity to win tickets each day of the show to a White Sox-New York Yankees game. on page   

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