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suf- dam- emotion-Focusing : Union League Club Art Show Winners Named BY EDWARD BARRY Curt Frankenstein, 2569 E. Glenn R. Bradshaw, Urbana, 71st st., has won first prize, and Carl W. Verburgt, Milwau- $1,000. in the oil painting cate- tee. Verburet'snicture. administer- onw nt the. snrth TTnion league : t i b J w o AUUaUlai ulc x?djri, txujj ir club Art show, jointly spon- ceive(j Foorman Mueller hos- sored by the club and by its civic and arts foundation. The Purcnase P2?. i m winning canvas is called "Poste 3ury awards, Aaron re- Restante." Bohrod, Earl C. Gross, and Second prize in oils, $750, Nicola Ziroli, chose the win-by nurs- went to Billy Morrow Jackson, ners from a group of 106 paint-of Urbana, 111., and was increased ings which they had earlier se- commu- by $250 as a special merit lected for exhibition from tne award. Jackson's picture is 1,664 submitted. About 1,000 titled "Before My Time." Third artists living within a 250 mile prize in oils, $250, was won by radius of Chicago sent paint-George N. Foster, Urbana, for ings. "Rocks and Crows." J . . u First water color prize, $350, In addition to the six prizes was taken by Joe Manning, 446 and six honorable mentions, N. Fulton av., Villa Park; sec- there were two memorial ond prize, $250, by Robert E. awards of $250 each given by Kaiser, 2842 N. Keating av., the Municipal Art league one and third, $100, by Ki Davis, to Dick Henley, 451 N. View st, 210 N. Ahwahnee rd., Lake Aurora, in memory of Paul Forest Schulze; the other to Francis Chapin, 347 Menomonee st, in Honorable mentions in oils memory of Robert Hall Mc- went to William S. Schwartz, Cormick. presentation of 33 E- Cedar st Addison's paint- club, 65 W. Jackson blvd., next UThe Saent Afternoon," Sunday at 2:30 p. m. The en- 8130 received 1Ir- airs- toe eiaa may be seen at the ph JohDS purchaSe prize National DesiSn center m of $400. Marina City Feb. 12 thru Hnnnrahu mmtmn colors were awarded to Peggy Burrows., 5820 Sheridan rd.;

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  1. Chicago Tribune,
  2. 26 Jan 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 31

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