Bar owner Arthur Menn, whose is listed in the phone book as A. Menn, saw his dream project of a singles bar for Christians go the way of the 5¢ beer. He will close the door to his bar for the final time on Friday.
Menn opened JC'S at the end of Lent this year hoping to create a place for Christian singles to meet and loosen up a little. All went well until the 4th of July when non Christians began coming in to celebrate the holiday. Muslim patrons soon filed a complaint because of the pork tenderloin sandwich specials on Thursdays and Jewish patrons were upset with the large lighted cross on the outside bar sign. Violence erupted in the weeks that followed and police were soon being summoned daily. CHANNEL 1 NEWS obtained a crime report for JC'S and learned that there had been eight fights, three stabbings, and two shootings in the weeks from July 4 until July 31. Strangely enough, each person arrested claimed to be "doing God's work." Menn decided enough was enough and the decision to close the bar was final.
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