Southeast Economist, November 30, 1939, Page 8

Southeast Economist

November 30, 1939

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Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois SOUTHEAST NOVEMBER 30. 1939 frrrai M e m DANCt MB NT RT Harmonica Boys Present Act sat This Night Spot Entertainment Team with Radio Experience Show- ing Here. Melcc> Rar.cers novelry enter: been added to the '.ci-.s of pe-.foim- ers at the s Inn are Ned. Bud and Roy v no e Feiine Pugilists been heard over a.r on station____________________________ WCFL They specialize in Western j Amencan dishes Wlll be offeled .Nelson's boxing: ta.s arc the perfoimeis this week at Anne Millstone's Rendezvous on E. G3rd st. Decorating the canvas is "Kitty Tony Galento" with "Kitty Joe Louii." standing triumphant over the challengei. Dorothy Nelson acts as the referee. songs suns to the accompaniment of There is no or minimum at Songstress the harmonica. Several of the old been retained by owners Wiley and Joan Qjmn. Among them are the Man of Magic Jack and the singing bartenders. Jar King and Arnold O'Oonnor Continuous entertainment well as dancing is provided at the Sports- man's Inn. with never a cover or minimum Business men's lunches full course and a variety of sandwiches may be had. Music and entertainment is presented from the center of the spacious squaie bar. Sportman's is open until the wee hours. 4 a.m. on week-days, and 5 a m. on Sundays. BURTON'S BIRDS is anothei new act on the program at FRANKE'S CASINO. Others on the enter- tainment list are CARL WAYNE. master of ceremonies; TONYA, PATSY LURAIN. KAY CAROL. DIANA CLIFTON. MARY CAMP, HELENS FOX. BUDDY KIRBY, DICK CONRAD, ADELE DEAN and any time. RETAINING THE ENTIRE cast the 9750 CLUB this week presents PAUL BURKETTE. master of ceir- momes. with GEORGE SLATTERY, GLORIA GLENMORE and the- BOBBETTE WHERELY line of girls. ROCKY ELLSWORTH is the host There's no cover and there's no minimum to plague the BOB TTNSLEY with TRON ORCHESTRA. his ORGA- There's no cover charge at any time, private room is available for parties and banquets. f f DINTY MOORE'S RENDEZVOUS has scheduled a new floor show with the exception of that ventnlo- quest emcee, GROVER WILKINS, and his stooge. JERRY. They will be supported by MILLICENT DE WITT, character dancer; RUTH NIXON, who does acrobatics, and BOBBINS and REVELLE, a musica comedy team. A complete menu of Chinese dishes as well as all patrons. Continuous entei tain- ment and dancing are offered night- SAMMY HAAS, a favorite South side emcee, will preside at the four floor shows given nightly except Monday at the LONGWOOD CLUB. The acrobatic routines of JACKIE ALLEN will be featured with accordionist DOROTHY DU- VALL, and character dancer RITA The dance team of TOTS and BOOTS will new crea- tions in dance routines SAMMY BROMBERG and his ihythm or- chestra will piovide music for danc- ing. "WATCH THE FUR Something new and different at ANNE MILLSTONE'S will be the championship bout of NELSON'S BOXING CATS, appearing for the first time on the South side. Ad- ditional entertainment will be pro- vided by FRANCIS ELLWOOD and a chorus of girls in four nightly flooi shows. "There is no cover 01 minimum says Manager CHARLIE PATRICK, "'and there will be con- "THE CAFi OF TOMORROW" CASINO 4 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY CARL WAYNE. M. C. BURTON'S BIRDS TONYA HELENE FOY DIANA CLIFTON THE RICKIES BUDDY KIRBY MARY CAMP PATSY LURAINS KAY CAROL ADELE DEAN DICK CONRAD BOB TINSLEY and His Orchestra We Cater to Banquets. Parties Clubs, etc. Jackie Reed, singer and enter- tainer, is now appearing with Leader Eddie Neibaur and his orchestra in the ballroom of the Casino Moderne on E. 63rd st. every Tuesday. Thurs- day, Saturday and Sunday night. The night spot is owned by the Shutter Brothers. tinuous entei tainment and dancing every night.' EDDIE MEBAUK has, added a new entertainer to his band in JACKIE REED, songstress, who is entei tam- ing patrons of the CASINO MO- DERNE every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Every Wednesday and FiicUy there is a special program for the middle aged MIKE KEARNEY'S new cabaret held its grand opening last night. Music, dancing and entertainment Emcee-Singer Blends Hum or With His Songs Appears on Fridays and Saturdays in South Side Nightery. Al Reynolds, master of ceremonies and singer with experience in other Chicago blight spots, now is ap- pearing each Friday and Saturday at the Paradise club. Al's song's have not been heard in the night- el ieb for some time, but he's making his comeback with a number ol popular melodies that he sings for Paradise patrons. Al a performer who knows how to inject humor into his work and his versions of several comedy songs seem to bear out his ability as a comedian But he doesn't specialize in humor, as patrons who have heard him sing "Chloe" and similar ballads will testify. He also does request numbers, waiting only for the guests to name the songs. The Paradise club, owned and op- erated by Gussie Iseman and his assistant, Shorty Keating, provides a varied menu and a long list' of mixed drinks from which to choose. Patrons thusly can. refresh them- sehes between dances on the club's waxed floor or while the entertain- ment is going on. Millard Robbins and his orches- tra provide the rhythm for the dancers. Louise Hoffman assists the orchestra in their nightly perform- ances. DOROTHY CALLAHAN, owner of the SHOW CLUB, is again fea- turing CAROL ABBOTT as emcee Her floor show this week wil include TIBBY SCOTT, characte: dancer; JANET REED, toe struttei and tapper, and otheis. There is continuous entertainment and danc mg TRICKS AND NOVELTIES are of fered by the mysterious emcee IRVING DORENFIED. at th OPENING 5 MtKE KEARNEY'S M NEW CABARET H M 230 West 63rd St. H H Block West of Wentworth ff_ M Tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 29 w' BARBECUED SPARERIBS II Music, Dancing and Entertainment f M Nightly M FRIDAY Special Waltz Night ft Jf Always Something Doing Every Nite W MMMMMMXKMMMX H OFFMAN ON THE BOULEVARD FINEST IN FOOD AND MIXED DRINKS1 POPULAR PRICES SPECIAL FOR BANQUETS, PARTIES, CLUBS, ETC., Normal and Garfield Blvd. ENGLEWOOD 10002 VISIT Club Kearney! Entertainment and Dancing JITTERBUG and AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY A CLUB KEARNtY SWINGSTERS 450-52 W. 63rd WPA Tour Calls For a Visit to Lithuanian Area Free Trips Include One to Biblical Seminary in City. Lithuanian contributions to the cultural life of Chicago will be ob- served on Friday, December 8, by South siders who attended the free WPA tour through one of the city's arge foreign communities on that date, according to an announce- ment by H. K Seltzer, Chicago WPA director. The tour party will meet at 8 p.m. ai 831 W. 33rd pi. Other tours for next week will include: Sunday, .December 3. Bethany Biblical and Providence high school. Tour the campus and buildings of a Biblical seminary. In- spect a prominent high school. Meet at 3 p.m. at 3435 W. Van Buren st. Tuesday, December 5. South Water st. market. A trip to see where Chicago gets its food. See what makes the wheels go 'round in this famous market. Meet at p.m. at 1144 W. 14th pi. Wednesday, December 6. Wright junior college. Visit one of Chicago public, junior colleges to learn of the varied departments of a modern school. Meet at 2 p.m. at 3400 N. Austin ave. Chinatown. Explore Chicago's Orient in one of the most exotic sec- tions of the city. Meet at 8 p.m. at 149 W. Cermak rd. Thursday, December 7. City hall in review. An opportunity for Chicago's citizens to watch their public servants in action. Meet at a.m. at the city hall, LaSalle st. entrance. Saturday, December 9. An aeronautical university. Tour one of the outstanding ground schools. See a student-constructed, ship. Meet at p.m. at 1338 Mich- igan ave. Officer William Yunker Retires After 33 Years Retiring after 33 years of active service on the Chicago police force Officer William Yunker, 7634 St Lawrence ave., answered "Here" for the last time at roll call last Wednes- day in the Chicago Lawn police sta- tion, to which he was attached. Officer Yunker was presented with a gold wrist watch by his fellow officers and superiors at the station the presentation being made by Lieut. William Reed. The retired officer plans to leave for California in early December to take up per- manent residence m the western state. D.U.V, Gives Flag to Wicaka Camp Fire Girls Martha Ammen Tent No. 20 Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, presented a flag to the Wicaka Camp Fire Girls an impressive ceremony in the Park Manor Methodist Episcopal church last week. Selma Matthews, past department president of Illinois, gave a short talk on the American flag and Elsie Johnson, patriot instructor of the tent, presented it Mrs. Mary Eck- lund. the president, entertained the girls in her home after the program High Schools to Visit Behind Scenes of Radio More than 200 students and teacheis from 10 Chicago high schools will be taken behind the scenes of radio production in a dem- onstration program to be held ir the Columbia College of Drama and radio Friday. December 8. at 8 p m in the college studios in the Fine Arts building. 410 S. Michigan ave High schools participating m the program will include Aquinas, ChU cago Christian, Loretto. Lourdes axic Mt. Carmel. Rev. John W. R. Maguire to Be Feted at Banquet Rev. John W. R. Maguire, of Joliet C.S.V., known as the arbiter of nearly 100 strikes." will be the gues' of honor at a banquet marking the silver jubilee of his priesthood Wednesday evening. December 6 in the Palmer house. During his 25 years' activity as arbiter, Reverend Maguire has been credited with the settlement of 86 strikes. DEMONSTRATION SET. Next Tuesday at p.m. the finance committee of the South Shore League of Women Voters wil conduct a demonstration in the Ava- lon Wall Paper company. 1853 E 79th st. Reservations can be made with Mrs. Paul E Todd, 7655 Cor- nell ave.. Saginaw 7539. 6240 COTTAGE GROVE THE ONLY BEEF TRUST ON THE SOUTH SIDE ORCHESTRA PARENTS TO HEAR PROGRAM Hyde Park Winter Concert Date Is Set Next Tuesday at p.m. the Hyde Park high school orchestra Parents' club will meet in the social room of the school, 62nd st. and Stony Island ave. The program will be presented by the boys' quartette consisting of.j Fred Specter, first violin; Josepht; Gutstadt, second violin; Horst Alt- man, viola, and Albert Kahn, cello. The Winter concert of the orches- tra will be held Friday, December 15, in Loomis hall at 3 p.m. The pro- gram will include solos by orchestra members, selections by the junior and senior groups under the direc- tion of Katharin M. Finley, carols by the mixed chorus and a one-act Christmas play under the direction of Flora A. Churchill. Proceeds from the concert will be used for the purchase of music and instruments. I Powder Horns Now In Historical Society Exhibit Powder horns will be the center of attraction at the Chicago His- torical society this week. The dating from 1756 to 1825, will be or display in the senate chamber ol the society. In the collection are horns from the battlefields of Ticonderoga dur- ing the French and Indian War, one showing a map of the Hudson river area and another a typical Kentucky mountaineer's horn. A special feature of the exhibition are sailors' horns, all appropriately carved with full rigged schooners, palm trees and tropical birds and other miniature ones that fatheis used to make for their sons. Set Date for National House and Garden Show Chicago's 1940 National House Garden exposition will be held 4 to 12. inclusive, it was announce this week. The exposition will oc- cupy the entire three buildings of the Coliseum group at 15th st. and Wabash ave. According to John A. Servas. man- aging director, the show will present all that is new and practical in residential construction, methods and building materials, including latest developments in air condi- tioning, lighting, heating, ventilat- ing, refrigeration and other factors in home comfort and convenience. Announce Change for "City on Parade" Program Announcement that "City on Parade." a weekly broadcast of the Chicago Historical society, will be presented at a different time from a different station was made this week. The program will be presented from to p.m. each Sunday over station WENR The broadcast each week is devoted to telling the story of Chicago's various commu- nities. BABY GIRL. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zelden, 7822 Kingston ave., are the parents of a daughter born November 21 in the Presbyterian hospital. The baby J who has been named Gail Lorraine, weighed eight pounds at birth, ;

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