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CL Issue June 10, 1972

Can you Beat the Food Squeeze? - Vol. 1 Issue 2

Creative Loafing Issue #2

The June 10th publication has the cover article "Can you Beat the Food Squeeze," followed by articles on Prejudices, Body Shops v. Professional Employment Agencies, a critique of the film "Skyjacked," Creative Mothering, music, and other sections on sports, Sailing, Television, radio stations, classifieds, and nightlife.

Highlights:

From the cover story - food prices in 1972 - a comparison shopping. Cheerios for $.32 at Kroger. Bananas $.14/lb. 

Food Price Comparisons   1972  

Wayne Cochran and the C.C. Riders - Take my advice, do not miss him! Here's one Georgia boy that really knocks 'em dead from Las Vegas to Miami. This is probably the best group performing at any time. Go see them! - Madeline Warner

Wayne Cochran And CC Riders  

Guess where i found the best ladies luncheon in Atlanta? The Swan House! Now I know it's not the type of thing the fellas enjoy, but girls, try the frozen fruit salad - chicken salad puff plate. Magnifico! Speaking of great food, it you haven't tried either of the Won Ton Chinese Restaurants on Roswell Road and Buford Highway, you've really missed something. - Madeline Warner

Atlanta Symphony; Robert Shaw conducting All-Beethoven concert at Arts Center, Thurs. & Fri, June 15, 16 and 8:30pm.

Dixieland Jazz Society - June 10th Sat. presenting trumpeter Wild Bill Dovison with the Capital City Jazz Band from 3 to 7 at RubyRed's Underground Atlanta. Call 659-1852 for details. 

Film as Art Series. Atlanta Pub. Lib. Carnegie Branch at 7pm - The Browning Version (Great Britain, 1959 - 90 mins) The film depicts the last day at school of an aging embittered teacher who was once a brilliant scholar but is now the target of his pupils' derision. The film contrasts the acedemic decorum with the exquisite cruelty operating within the system Michael Redgrave, Jean Kent. 

Fernbank: Bridges of Light (through July 2) Planetarium program pursuing the progress of astronomers through the ages. 8pm Tues-Fri 11am & 3pm Sat. 2 & 4pm-Sun $1, students 50 cents.

Heath Gallery: Exhibition of paintings by Judy Barber. New graphics by Jasper Johns, Stells, Ron Davis. Hrs: Tues-Sat 10-5. 34 Lombardy Way. 892-2277. 

High Museum: Modern Image Exhibition through June 11. Atlanta School of Art Exhibition in Galleria through June 15. 15th Ste & Pchtree 892-3600. 

Super Loafer  


The full issue is available on GSU Archives here