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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1954, Chicago, Illinois I tafe FOR SALE ENAMEL Sewing machine MM FOR SALE bitT WATER condition Cell CIRCLE HEAD ALUMINUM combination doors Clear or For fret ee call Palatine day oc 90 Wood ft ACRES FLOW bam 110 by 94 hip ft box cement cow milk houtt tool double corn crib chicken modern room IT- living room 170 O bedrooms downstairs 1 targe bedroom i smell north flatted In and hot ami cold full forced land Is dark brown and black woven wire fence Price THE VAUGHN AGENCY Elkhorn Wisconsin Phone w Blue FOR SALE ONE PAW ry wood end tables Blonde mahogany extension hogany secretary aid matching chair Maple in green Two black and white chen One small rocking and t seat One 14 hp Mercury outboard motor Bootes FOR SALE with chrome and Unit type china toilet Collapsible baby buggy ation cur and Clear brook by ROBERTA LEE Q Is it all right for one to give a birthday party for i WhUe It Is proper for one member of a family to give a birthday party for another It tainly is not proper for a person to give his own birthday At he should not announce it as such ahead of time FOR SALE SAFEGUARD horre milk Call BarVett 6971 6 30 p.m or any time or Sunday WELL m arrived 8 year fid bay Itis mart imported luh 1120 Cill after p.m or any Sunday Ai i Clearbrook 5725 home Rumpus gaj lite combination aluminum garage SO ft lot 2 blocks chopping By owner S A TOLE ARM 1 H AM organ Does anyone have console available for practice time Arlington Heights Mount SALE RED COCKER S old Mined Phone 0 CABINET i for cheat or china cleans Portable vie Hanson 500 milligram Clearbrook BULBS narcissus Ir- R S tun Jewel Good Rodney 1941 CLUB COUPE Phone k REFRiGERATOR model Perfect tion Mast be seen adjustable lype brook Prospect COR SALE cs electric wtter ami Unk Bca 327 S WoK ATTRACTIVE ROOM HOUSE 3 cur I a welt Near Arlington on Palatine 12th cst ot Slate rd 1 7.600 Lambdin Spiritual Healing Termed Science By lecturer Spiritual is today lifted out ot the realm of blind faith nto its true status of de- ill vine Jules Cern of New York City told a large audience at Arli n g t o n Heights October 5 Appearances to the man is spiritual not physical knowledge of this Is ing the sick as as the by prayer Mr Ccrn On nationwide tear as a of The Christian Science of Mr Cern spoke under the auspices of First Church of ington In the church 401 ST Evergreen St hg on The and Practice o f he was introduced by Mrs Clarence Second Reader Worship of Gort as All as In- Spirit rules out as actually Ccrn said He held that there Is nothing novel or unreasonable about matter as a basis Com meriting on the funds Science teaching t b 11 Is AU Instead of he does nit eliminate man and the it man the uni- The he clear evidence that Christ h s the and the before had healed others through spiritual means only were healed where Indicated that they would die And people whom mutter in- were already dead were restored to life his endeavor awaken Jesus ed Ye shall the and tre truth shall make you of of false that is reality He Knew the Truth about nut about disease He knew the truth about hermony not about He knew the truth not about FOR R country apartment Heat and hot furnished One yeai Wheeling 303 after a p.m Size 2 All like ntw Three pints s two one with two like new one three sweaters All very dill Mrs FOR SALE AKC ed igle 11 field parent Htld jointer planer Magic Cliff quick bottle and coal rat s new stripe sue W Telephone part time as Svoboda's Men's Wear Miner Punch Die For Night Jobs paid Company Group ntc and many employee Illinois Works Dei Has job ties for to do line is not essential in tram 11 new Be sure to in- Tabout opportunities vour earliest convenience Inc How such understanding w e s implied in the healing through Science of a man in a city hospital suffering from what watt as lobar pneumonia in its fatal was told by lecturer The man had been given up beyond and was ing no medication at I the Christian Scientist was j i The lecturer said the Christian turned tr Cod In humble I knowing that did not matter how physical factors himan thought believed were in- truth about existence Involved but one that all is Spirit and mnn Is and The lecturer said the Christian Scientist affirmed in prayer what Itr understood to be the truth about somewhat in this man You are already completely all Your neM now completely perfectly harmoniously YOJ I fit all even the space where there to be diseased or i Your illness and tlon arc already not in but m place of ity You arc un all powerful No part of beloved Idea is in danger You urn all the Mind Here U and them can be no All Is and all The lecturer that Ch Scientist not only affirm ed this but spiritually understood It When he colled the hospital while Inter Mrs Cern tho by an nurse thai a The man had tome out of a coma ami ask tut Th rapid the man Hit Hie doctors toUt him thut was the sickest man to that hospital and go of It alive They had kindly fed and cared for him and had I him no medical treatment FOR GOOD B L Smith 157 N Brockway Corner face brick S room dow Twin cabinet kitchen with faM gas Full Can be seen 2 to 5 any S Arlington it would give the sion that he Is soliciting gilts Q When n woman is dining In a restaurant with some and another woman at her table to exchange a few ii It necessary to make Is It correct for a man to use green ink for his social cor- his ink should either black or blue Q Is it always proper to ask for the privilege of a name for reference when 11 you have not had time to ask for the privilege you should Inform that friend as soon ns possible that you taken the liberty of using his and hope It is quite all right with Q When a girl has been dining a man in a public and they are preparing to leave the should she boffin to put on her she should always wait for her escort or the to assist her Q What should the best man at a wedding He should dress the same ns the Q Is it permissible for a woman guest to open conversation with a male guest at a house If there has been no A tills is quite proper The fact that you are both friends of your hostess is introduction enough in this Q When a man and woman are entering a public dining and the headwaiter Is busy somewhere in the center of the what should they A They should stand in the doorway until the comes and escorts them to their table Seek To Organize Northwest Woman's Club A meeting was held ber as at the home ot Mr and Stafford Kariotis Des by a group of women interested in forming a Hellenic Northwest Suburban Woman s Purposes and objectives ot club arc to locate northwest suburban residents of the Greek Orthodox faith for the purpose of establishing a church in the northwest suburban to Im- mediately provide Sunday classes for children of families of the Greek Orthodox laith and to provide group recreational to members of the enic Northwest Suburban an's club Rev Niketas Kesses Mrs Chris Mrs GLIS Mrs John Series and Mi's Mrs George John Series and Mrs George Demmie were present at the first Northwest suburban residents of the Greek Orthodox laith are requested to submit their addresses and telephone numbers to either Mrs George 48 S Elm Palatine or to Mrs Stafford 948 Crestwood Des Nurses To Meet In Chicago Wednesday Dorothy M retiring that the first Illinois state nurses as- sociation will convene at 42nd meeting October U at p.m In the Chicago oar association dining room 500 Scouts Off To Starved Rock This Week For Camporee Approximately 3M 607 and Explorers Irom Mount Prospect Arlington and Lake Zurich will camp together tit Bock stale park in and October Thuy will take part In the lull sponsored by Hill and Blackhawk dis- of the luburban council of the week-end will be ii scoutcraft fcr all ond first or explorer According to Robert of Mount Prospect and Walt of nature of thu wiE be secret the contests In order to make them more interesting and adventurous THE WEEK-END will be con- cluded with a pilgrimage to Ot- where the monument to Wm newspaper lisher who la credited with ing the scouting movement to the United front 1 s located The pilgrimage will bi marked with a parade from Ottawa to the cemetery where the ment is located Units ing in the Troop sponsored by Palatine Lions club Martin Troop sored by Brotherhood Eugene Troop 59 and Post sponsored by Men's Club of Paul and Reformed Edward Chester HELP WANTED GENERAL handyman at auto dealership For pick up and tire changing and car etc Phone Clearbrook or JOGGING SULKY with spring leather seat Prac new complete covering Also single and doubla harness Lady's breeches Western riding boots and size 6 tine j FOB SALE CANNING mat ft a bushel Pick own WANTED YOUNG man as helper on truck for a period of 3 months Rug 119 N State Arlington Heights TYPEWRITER FOR Clearbrook FOR SALE SINGLE ity tub with shelf Stand and faucets brook OIL space HELP MEN'S clothing and furnishings Exceptional opportunity Permanent Svoboda's 1410 er Dei Plaines 19 sponsored by American Legion Post Joseph Cub Pack sponsored by Palatine Uona with Vern Is also making the pilgrimage Arlington Troop 7 and Post sponsored by Arlington Heights Herbert R scoutmaster and C Troop sored by Presbyterian church of Arlington Gerald Troop sponsored by Lutheran Men's Ernest Troop sponsored by Lutheran Leanue of Faith Evangelical eran Walter H Schroeder Troop M sponsored by St James Name society Arthur Post sponsored by Methodist Mark S ad- visor Mount Troop sored by Legion Post Robert Troop sponsored by Mount Evangelical eran sponsored by Cain Register Parts Post sponsored by National Council of Presbyterian West Prospect Troop M sponsored by PH Improvement Martin P by Prospect Community church A C Post by Prospect Heights Improvement Edward advisor Old Orchard Plans New Club House and Modern Eating Place Old Orchard golf club will be- gin a vast remodeling and Im- provement program November it was announced this week by Albert H Newman and Frank owners They dented ot a plan to subdivide the golf ing that they any idea where rumors plan to provide exceptional golf and dining facilities for the residents of this they The remodeled and enlarged club house will be completely air conditioned and feature separate dining rooms for golfers In sport clothing I The club colonial style and traditionally will be finished in tile It will feature tap men omen's locker and shower ties as well as a powder room for ladies The main dining room will be highlighted by a giant picture window overlooking the first tee A tournament dining room will provide facilities private ties and banquets The new restaurant lions and the will be open the year Ben active pro manager of Old said it will have the best public fee course in Chicago when the improvement program Is completed Among course fertilized and water ing Rile who has been associated with the club since it opened more then 23 years said Old ard is now available for week day league and tournament play They will accomodate teams of 200 or more Adjacent to the locker room is a and recreation room which will be available for ties There will be free parking for more than SCO cars The located at R a n d and Elmhurst was purchased last May by Aldridge and It had previously been reported they would subdivide the club in- to 500 home lots is not Aldridge have never considered auch a mow and are planning to make Old Orchard a top course with country dub facilities open to nil the University Of Life Will Feature Noted Churchmen A prominent Chicago physician and one of the metropolitan area's outstanding church laymen have logical will teach a course in New Testament open to adults and high accepted invitations to participate school students Dr in the University of Life program topics will include it development which starts Sunday evening the background and geography the First Presbyterian pertinent to the w Testament Arlington Heights They are a discussion of the William from the staff of Cook County hospital and L vin president of the ton Council of Church ss Dr Metcalf will take part in the course dealing with the modern of science and religion who was chairman of the committee of the group which was largely responsible tor the ar- rangement of the recent meeting ot the World Council of and the ministry of Paul Dr conlan will conclude the course October 31 with a v pro vocative development concerning the ern use of the High school students will also have an opportunity to enroll in a specially prepared science and re- course or one dealing with Christian living everyday Junior high students are invited to take part in a course called Me and will lead a discussion on that My Shadow Under the direction meeting at the final university of Lite session November Other participants in the long program will include William from Arlington Heights high Victor Brown and and Stuart ministers of the church and Douglas director of at the church In addition to the course in science und a course in a philosophy of life will be offered to adult dis- led by Brown and Herbert F vice president of the Ml State Insurance com- pany Dr Vartan D noted theologian from adults of Mr Beckman and Mr the course will help seventh and eighth grade youngsters develop a keener insight into their everyday living problems Co-chairmen Tully and Stuart have the program each Sunday evening will begin at IS p.m with a after which the class sessions be held Registrations will ta accepted at the first session Sunday they said and emphasized that the University of Ufe program is available to all residents of ington Heights and vicinity from the junior high level through Name Candidates For Homecoming Queen Homecoming activities at Ar- lington Heights high school got under way last Friday when the senior class elected candidates tor king and Barbara Rose Barbara Joan Keppler and Barbara Coffman are candidates for Wayne Floyd Jack and Dave Link are candidates for king THE CANDIDATES will be presented to the student body in un assembly Monday morning The entite student body win vote for king and day Tlie winners will not be an- until the coronation ceremony Thursday All of the have been leaders in school activities throughout their high school Barbara bara and Joan are the three senior leaders Rose Is co editor of the school the Barbara C o f f m a n FOR SALE PALATINE LOT located approximately W Hellen SUM Palatine keeps the files of fhe Student Council and holds minor jobs in activities All candidates for king are members of the team Jack Johnston is president of the student council Floyd Burns is president of the senior class and the Youth Center Denny Maher is president of the National 01 Society Wayne Mueller is president and Dave Link ts vice- president of the club The homecoming parade will leave high school at p.m Oct 15 THE PARADE route is as east on Euclid to Vail south on Vail to easi on Sigwalt to north on Evergreen to east on to north on State to west on Euclid to the high be tre opponent for the homecoming game day and a dance for dents and alumni wll close the homecoming Saturday evening HOUSEKEEPER wish in R permanent home As- sist with phone and Salary according to duties formed Name Interlocutor For High School Show Bob F a han been for the which will br pre- sented students of Arlington Heights high October V Bob Laird and Tetry seniors 3d Chue erson and Gunder will be end men u n Leick announced the selections this week of the cast have been working on their parts tn t e production for the last two weeks The ait the direction of Ed de- sittings foe the show ts now putting the finishing touches on them Only one public performance Is planned This will be presented in the new at S p m October 22 Tickets fcr this performance will 85 cents 15 cents for adults A Special performance wilt bit presented Thursday for high school students Tickets for this performance win be 90 cents Vigilance Needed To Stop Obscene Comics A States postal Inspector today upon and local law ment officials to unite In stopping the flow of obscene comics to newsstands comics don't go through the B p chief of the postal told a Paddock reporter of lewd comics keep them out of the malls to avoid federal violations We're helpless to do anything about controlling ROBINSON said the only to eliminate such magazines is for and local police to unite Li a joint effort His recommended plan for dock Parental control over children's reading Refusal of dealers to handle lewd magazines and objectionable and Cooperation of police in ing magazines tor pornography and in enforcing ordinances against the sale of such literature father of two said the dealer faces a sedous problem in refusing comics city-wide force small to all kinds of and if the dealer wants better grade magazines he has to take the cheap comics as well tors refuse refunds on un- sold OBITUARIES Urn services for Mnt Clara Blanche Whit ting will be held at Black's Memorial home October at 3 p.m with Rev C Victor Brown Ridgewood Mrs Whittington died in October S She ii survived by three Mrs Helen A Gladys Crystal and Mrs Roxie Arlington two sons Harry and Roy i mont eight grandchildren and three NYLON AMD ered wilh is Christian Dior's choice for this short ening dress with the yet flattering bosom so im- portant in bis new Paris col- lection The fabric was claimed a sensation at the Paris openings It will resist crushing and and may w all thanks to nylon TAX FACTS local Men The national council of the Boy Scouts of America has awarded certificates of training to 31 men of tie northwest suburban council These men are is instructors in the cub boy scouting or exploring of the Boy Scout or are trained as commissioners The certificates came as a re- sult of a week end of training at Lake Geneva and were presented by members of the national staff of the Boy Scouts of un- der the direction of Jack assistant national director of ing The following received Arlington Ray Woodruff 1001 N Robert 915 N Arthur 1004 N Kasper Al Armstrong 3 Hillside Don 422 N Plum Grove Emily Taft Douglas To Be Guest Of local Group The public is invited to attend a reception in honor of the wife of Illinois Senator Paul Douglas at the Mount Prospect Country club is from 3 to S p.m Hosts for the occasion are Mount Prospect for whose chairman is Mrs Fred Thul m Jr Mrs Robert is in charge of arrangements which include an by Mrs Douglas and another feature which will be of great in- terest to all Mount Prospect a talk on voting machines by a speaker fiom Dancing in the club bar follow Big Boy Hamburger Novy At already famous for their quality ice in- ica's most lous hamburger sandwich Big Boy day at their st Des Plaines Big Boy is the original double deck hamburger which ed in California and is spreading to all sections of the United Mov than 10 million were sold last year the first store to offer Big Eoy hamburgers the Chicago area The BtR Boy hamburger unique in that it features double cut two patties quality ground may a special tuce and It Is the cial blending of ingredients that distinguishes Big Boy and lias made it the world's largest selling hamburger It known by the cute little fat boy in thu red checkered overalls which serves as the Big Boy trademark Likt new Large fish tank on stand Best Clearbrook 6710 Legislation to protect the payers by requiring Vocal ments to advertise for bids on bond issues that are payable from property and to sell the bonds to the best bidder at public has been dratted and will be jointly at the next sion of the Illinois bly by the taxpayers federation ot Illinois and the civic federation of Chicago is difficult to see how one who believes that the er should receive maximum value for his tax dollar can oppose this George executive secretary of the taxpayers tion of The proposed will not apply to bond issues of than since it is difficult to cure compe bids for bund issues of less than this amount The not apply to revenue are not repaid from property nor does it apply to refunding bonds The purpose of the Is to in- sure the lowest possible interest rate on bond so that taxes will not be dissipated in excessive interest charges of as little as one of one per cent in the interest rate on a bond i of one million dollars payable over 20 years amounts to for Mrs OUt 394 Dundee held Tuesday at 130 pm at Wheeling Community ian church with Rev William McGill of fids ting Mrs Kelm died October 2 as the result el injuries suffered in an auto She was id state at Oehler Des till noon Tuesday Born Mrs la survived by her B three Catherine Lucy and Usta end two uncles Loufe and John F R va She wot thy matron of Wheeling chapter OES end an active member ot the Ladies of the Horn Shs married to H Lloyd Kelm in tWS whom she had been assisting in the operation ot the Triangle Motor Wheeling Memory Mn Janet Funeral services for Janet late resident of were held Friday from Lauer Funeral Northbrook at 2 p.m to the Presbyterian church where Rev iated at services Mrs McLachlan died September 21 at the home of her Mrs William Besides Mrs Bo on- non Mrs McLachian Is by a of Glencoe axl a BoftO who attends cal clinic Evanston Her hut preceded her In death two years ago Ridgewood x Funeral for S late resident ot Drury Arlington will be held at 10 am October at Black's Arlington Rev C Victor Brown will officiate Interment will be in Oak Ridge Springfield Mr Seales U survived his a Lindt Mrs Zerelda Seales a Seales ot and Mrs Jr ot Grand HL Mr Seales had been a resident of Arlington for years and was a member oi church and the i Masonic lodge A veteran of World War he was an ney for Kemper Insurance com- pany Titcomb Services for William E Willowdale souin of were held day at 3 p.m in the chapel et Maple Evanston ial was in Memorial Park terv who died is survived by his widow Marie He was treasurer of rier Lee 47 Erie st Arlington FFA Wins Poultry Judging Contest With a of out of a possible the ton school chapter of the Future Farmers of America won the poultry judging contest for Section September at 111 Erwin a junior taking part in his first placed first with a score of 185.5 out of 800 Wayne placed sixth with 761.4 Ron Schulze placed ninth with AU three of these are taking their second year of agriculture in high school JEWELRY you of end 47 For Sef 712 VA 21 Co pEtase you is our accepted responsibility BLACK 8 207 N Height CL
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