Harry Heftman, who turned 100 years old last month, is about to close his Chicago restaurant, Harryâ€™s Hot Dogs, a little diner at the corner of Randolph and Franklin streets in The Loop that has become an institution after 55 years of business.The diner helped Heftman and his late wife put three children through school, employ dozens of workers through the years and feed hundreds of customers untold amounts of Vienna hot dogs.Heftman doesnâ€™t have any retirement plans, and chances are he ...
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