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"TOO MUCH LOVING" CAFE IS
CLOSED OTHERS HIT
Two South Side '"black and tan"
cafes were made all the way dark
last night The Panama cafe, 35Q1
S. State St., owned by Isadora "Levin,
a white, and the Pompeii cafe, 20 W.
31st, managed by Louis R. Minor, a
negro, were closed by the police after
the mayor had revoked their liquor
Policewomen Crot and Wrightman,
who investigated the Panama cafe,
say there was too much of a display
of loving between whites and blacks
around the hojur of midnight
The mayor also revoked the license
of the Rex cafe, 415 E. 63d, owned by
W. J. Groth, and of Jos. Zelinski,
2759 W. Chicago av.
CHILDREN'S DAY NEW FEATURE
OF FOREST PARK
Forest Park is offering the public
a lot of diversified entertainment,
the newest being "children's day,".
which will be celebrated every Tues
day afternoon. Women and children
will be admitted free on this day as
well as every week-day afternoon
until 6 p. m. Several thousand tick
ets will be distributed to the chil
dren which will entitle them to free
admission to shows and rides on
"children's day." Souvenirs and
prizes will be given the children as
they enter the park.
Martin Ballmann, bandmaster,
whose celebrated concert band will
ppen their engagement at Forest
park on Sunday, July 16, has agreed
to arrange a special program of pop
ular music for the children. Every
effort will be made for the welfare
and entertainment of. the children.
Mothers should take advantage of
this unusual opportunity for free en
tertainment and enjoy with the little
ones a delightful day's outing at this
family amusement resort.
J as. A. Patten elected head of the
Evanston G. 0. P. club.
MEXICO'S REPRESENTATIVE AT
OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL
Arredondo, ambassador designate
of Mexico to the United States, is a
hard worker and is not a familiar
figure on Washington streets, as he
sends most of his diplomatic notes to
Sec'y Lansing by messenger. He
spends most of his time in the Mex