Blue Island Sun Standard, September 19, 1963, Page 12

Blue Island Sun Standard

September 19, 1963

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Blue Island Sun Standard (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Blue Island, Illinois I o** Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963 THE SUN-STANDARD SPIRITUAL HEALING LECTURE IS PLANNED Emily Gardiner Neal, author and newspaperwoman, will lecture on the ministry of spiritual healing through prayer intercession at All Saints Episcopal Church, Wilson and Hermitage Aves., on C h i c a g o’ s North side, Wed., Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Neal has authored several books based on her person.^ experiences in seeing spiritual healing al work and cites actual evidence of seemingly miraculous healings of ailments that had been given up as hopeless by recognized experts in the field of medicine. Sallying Forth With Sally New* of D.D.E. High •y Solly Cavallo AVOID FUMES Now that cold weather isn’t too far away, the Chicago Motor Club warns drivers to avoid warming up a car in a closed garage. In a closed garage, an idling automobile can produce deadly carbon monoxide fumes in a hurry. Always open all your garage doors before starting the engine of your car. START YOUR ART CAREER Professional training with faculty of hi.uhl.v skilled professional artists. Your talent, with our training \' ill make money for you. Students earn while they learn. Day or Evening Classes Full time or part time PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN • Illustration    •    Commercial » Interior    .    Fashion Design    •    Drawing • Cartooning    •    Design • Painting GI APPROVED AIR CONDITIONED The Art School that Teaches Success CHICAGO ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS Founded 1902 32 W. RANDOLPH ST. 2-1140 'Master Saint' From India Visits Area The United States now has a visitor who is revered and looked upon as a Master Saint by many throughout the world, pal Singh Ji, Founder and Di- j rector of Ruhani Satsang, Sci-1 once of the Soul, Sawan Ash ram. Delhi, India. He is also the President of the World Fellowship of Religions, chosen unanimously by delegates representing religions from various parts of the world at conferences held in Delhi, 1957, Kirpal Singh will tour both North and South America.! Those who desire His Holiness to speak to their group, univer- ( sity, religious organization, or j the like, should contact Mrs. Olga Donenberg, 115 Garrison Ave.. W'ilmette, ALpine 1-3610. Hello all you faithful readers, and how do you feel this week? Tests are rolling all over the place and I know one person who wishes that tests were an unknown thing. This week has been terrible Homework seems to be piling up like a ton of bricks. People seem to be rushing you all over the place. Biology is just not my type of a subject. I don’t know how Mr. Cook* can stand having me in his class. * * * If there’s a place to go on your night out ifs the stock car races. You’ll usually 6ee Mike Cion* there, with his thermos of hot chocolate sitting beside him. Jeff Koehler is another avid fan. Since his uncle, Bud Ko«hl«r drives in the races and    since    he    is a    very    good racer. I can see the reason why Jeff    likes    the    races so    much. Janice Abbe seems to enjoy the races also. Well anyway it’s a nice place to go to if you don’t mind having frozen toes and nose afterwards. * * * Well, we seem to have started off pretty this year in football.    We    won    our    first    game last Saturday when we played Oak Lawn. If we keep this up all season we won’t'be so bad off. ii *    * Try stepping on Tom Brand- n*r's    .shoes some    time.    You might come away with a black eye. * * * Glen Alii* feels that his continuance in football might result in pneumonia. Cold feet, Glen? wider social relationships and expended interests. Senior Scouts, ages 15 through 17, on the threshold of womanhood, are ready to assume responsibility as citizens of the-commun-ity while thinking serious thoughts about the future — able across the country on September 9 in more than 1.400 Girl Scout equipment agencies. In order to bring the new handbooks to all Girl Scouts at the earliest possible date, fleets of “handbookmobiles” will travel to outlying suburban and rural higher education, career, mar- j areas. riage.    In    endeavoring    to    attract    and Three main areas of activity - sustain the interest of today’s — the home, the arts, the out-1 girls, the Girl Scout orgamza-of-doors — form the basis of tion is fully aware that its ac-| one Broad program for all four tivities may well affect the fu-age levels of Girl Scouts. Ac- \ ture of our nation. The more tivities in each of these areas become more difficult and complicated as the girls develop broader interests and increased abilities in their growth from 7 through 17. The program is planned to provide progression without repetition and to permit each girl to advance within her group at her own individual rate. Four new Girl Scout handbooks, corresponding to the four new age levels, were developed to implement the new design in Girl Scout program. Each handbook was prepared by a team of experts — a writer, illustrator, designer, editor and a Girl Scout content specialist. Additional consultant help was given by leading educators and organizations including the American C a rn p i n g Association, the American Forestry Association, the American Home Economics Association, the American Museum of Natural History and more than twenty others. The handbooks will be avail- than 2 million girls who are Girl Scouts today, and the millions more who will join in the next several years, will be the citizens of tomorrow and the mothers and teachers of future generations of Americans. In presenting the newly designed program, the Girl Scout organization is re-enforcing its position as a leader in the field of informal education. For the girls themselves, however, the newly designed Girl Scout program can be summed up in a simple phrase: ‘it’s fun, ifs learning, it’s adventure, it’s Girl Scouting.” Drive Carefully. The life you save may be your own. S-T-R-E-T-C-H A YOUR DOLLARS fhlUIANCI Call: FU 5-4656 mu FMN WTM. AUTWNBM AUTMNWtC    • AA J ! romance ammu Chuck Mudgc ; mmmmmrntmmmmmmmmml mmmmmmmm EUREKA NEW NEW POLISHER-1 CODIIDDCD ll    JLL VVliUDDCIl I    VACUUM    CLEANER VALUE! Toni Gavin has a new set of hair on her head. Its just j slighter lighter than it used to i be. ♦ * * Vivien McDade is rolling off I jokes in gym class. Well at least she’s keeping our minds off the dreary weather. Four Of A Knd . . . Girl Scouts, that is. These young ladies are all set for the new design in Girl Scout program that is being introduced this month (September) for four age levels instead of the previous three. Armed with their new handbooks, which embody the exciting changes, these girls (I. to r.) represent: Brownie (7 end 8 years), Junior (9-11), Cadette (12-14), and Senior (15-17). Girl Scouts Achieve ‘New Look' With Redesigning Of Uniforms SPECIAL CORD CLIP AUTOMATIC SWITCH AUTOMATIC TOE TOUCH HANDLE RELEASE ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION BIG, SAFE FURNITURE GUARO LIFETIME CONSTRUCTION * JA MODEL ll Whether she’s 7 or 17, today’s girl is likely to be more mature in her interests, needs and problems that her mother was at the same age. When researchers at the University of Michigan conducted a survey of today’s girls for the Girl Scouts, they proved this takes Mr. Barber ten -nrin-1 point. Their findings resulted in a thorough redesigning of the Girl Scout program, September is the target date for the “new look” in Girl Scouting. For more than 2Vz million girls, this “new look” means new handbooks, new uniforms, and new age groups — Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors. Adult volunteers — 750,000 of them across the United States — have undergone intensive retraining during the Why does Audrey Late keep asking Roger Chemino if he’s going steady? *    *    * Lois Kittler stepped on a salamander in room 401. Why in I the counselor’s office, Lois??? *    *    * It utes to read a page and a half of good literature. What would happen if he read ‘‘The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich ” *    *    a Karen Wiggins is always so busy at the Snack Bar that she hardly has time to eat .(tht, tilt, tht.) #    *    * How did Bob Davis break his collarbone Was it football or some other strenuous activity? last year in order to be ready to bring the new program design to the girls. The groundwork for the new design was laid in 1955 when Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. called upon the Survey Research Center of the University of Michigan to conduct a major study for them. Realizing that important changes in the needs and interests of young girls had taken place since the founding of the Girl Scout movement in 1912, and even since 1937 when in the out-of-doors but, beginning with early adolescence, they want to include boys in their activities. As they progress into the adolescent period they develop individual and faminine goals. They value their femininity and identify themselves with traditional feminine ideals, but at the same time they want to continue their education and achieve something on their own. On the basis of these and other facts, the Girl Scouts arc the Girl Scout program was up- introducing this fall a com- O VER 1 HP. MOTOR delivers powerful suction. ONLY SMALL DEPOSIT RMS COMPLETE WITH ALL PURP0SL OVERSIZE BRUSHES— FLOATING ACTION Wider path gets more HCSS9 done,more quickly, f loafing action adjusts auto-matacAlly to irregular surfaces. WEIGHS ONLY 1JYt POUNDS Carries lightly, rolls easily. John Drear is now tutoring in Math class. I tell you, we are quite surprised at his spurt of wisdom. Sue Lucas is still doctoring a dull headache that came about at 5 in the morning. With some old-timers coming back from the Junior class play, this year’s should be a good turned out affair. Right, Mr. Cotter? dated, the organization wanted specific information on what these changes were and how they might effect the activities that were being offered to today’s Girl Scouts. The Michigan survey was divided into two parts. Fart One inquired into the needs, interests and problems of adoles- pletely redesigned program of activities for girls from 7 through 17. Basic to this new design is a reorganization of troops in four age levels. Brownie Scout activities in the newly designed program appeal to the imagination, curiosity, and need-to be-needed of the 7 and 8 year olds. They cent girls, regardless of wheth-. learn how to express themselves FLIP-TOP LIO make* bag changes almost instant. NEW CORO CADDY keeps cord neat, holds it tight tor storing. Some of you seniors might remember Mary Martino. Well, j she has accomplished much in The new officers of FTA. the past two years. She has are Dennis Haggard, President; just received her beautician’s Linda Hemmer, Vice President; ; license which she has already Sharon Aggen, Secretary; Lin- j put to hard use. da Kloptowsky, Treasurer, and Pat Daley, as Librarian. Congratulations, and may you rule with vigor- UNBREAKABLE NYLON HOSE SOFT VINYL BUMPER DIRECT HOSE CONNECTION POWER ADJUSTER TOE SWITCH 10-Day Home Trial—Free Demonstration —Call Now Also elected this week were the new members of the Girls’ Bowling League. They are: Shirley J e n n e r, President; Sharon Johnson, Vice President; Jackie Buttron and Diane Danes are co-secretaries and Kim Harvey is treasurer. * * * Here are some of the people who are going    to be in    the !    KS. Senior class play:    Grant    Cromwell    is finally Joe Dykstra,    Ken Douglas,:    chasing    girls at    Old    Main.    Keep Dennis Haggard, Georgia Mil- ' up the good work, Butch! chell, Sandy Marx, Pat Darnell, J    *    *    * Fred Wollom, Ed Sanders,    Bill    Don’t    forget    the    football Zahniier, Nancy    Fagen and    Re-    game Saturday,    which will    be a na Miller.    home    game. Is Al Gifford finally going to grow a beard? I thought I detected a minor stubble. * * * Dave Whitte just doesn't seem to appreciate physics anymore. Is Mr. Bell working you too hard or did you just get lost in the beginning? * * * Since my French seems to beckon, I will willingly deport and hope to see you next week! er or not they were Girl Scouts. Part Two dealt with the attitudes of Girl Scouts toward the then-current Girl Scout program. Among the many interesting facts revealed by the survey, the Girl Scouts learned that their program is basically sound However, today’s girls are growing up faster than earlier generations. They want to be chal lenged with harder things to do at an earlier age. They enjoy and want plenty of activity creatively and how to work and plan in a group. Juniors, ages 9 through ll, want to make arui do more things on their own — to explore and experiment. They are ready to assume responsibility for planning and carrying out their own activities. As young adolescents, Cadette Scouts, ranging from 12 to 14, become more aware of themselves as individuals. 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