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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Chicago, Illinois tf A COMMUNITY CIRCULATION FIVE THOUSAND VOLUME ST. NUMBER 38 wrnuwD AT ARLtNSTON n.i ARLINGTON ILLINOIS. .TUESDAY. JULY 1929 H. I PADDOCK A 8ONR 1 WALTHER LEAGUERS IN CONVENHON t Attendance at Ft. Wayne I Event Exceeds All Expectations WALTHER IS 36 YEARS OLD Ktjmoter Ifcclarw Good acttnco Alone 1 unnuul inter- I national rtition of thv Wftlthor I 'Lrtig'ir hi-M lit fort Uttyne. Uf liMt H otic of nimi ever held In I hi- history thut orira 'fhr AttenilaiKC far exceeded eX- nf the that literally swumpcd with CHine from nil par tit of the country. Nemly ptpry tht-r IjpHitue in the of Chi- 1 cngo represented by dokgutcs MMC Kin urn thv vntviiil delegutv front William SclirHgc WHS the allerntitp and Henry Sthruge WHS tn lUn'iitlmio- thfuout Mr. unit Wrrr thrfp for the dpt-inhv' day. Arling- ton and leagtvea of this vicinity wi-re t-'iuidlv well rep- fjpjtpntt'd. A report of the conven- tion wns the HcriiU by Will mm .Schrage. It will be con- tfnurd m our Fridnj issues. 4 outline report of the conven- tnkcit ftum newspuppr clip- Kent to us by William slnrts in this will continued in IJIHUP and t'urnpietwl in ttic tssgc of July IM. who WPCB uti' tht- i-xnvcHtluit. will 1T1 ullH-Il'S II itl rt-stinn- tukt-ii and Pupils Should Prepare Their Exhibits Now To make the coming Junior Cook County fair at bent In history U the pur- poM of County Superintendent of Edward J. and hlit aiwinUntu the directors of education of Three and Four. This mentis that the school children' and achievement club. members Khotild begin to plan their 'ex- and work right along to them ready when the fair August ut tht- Fair grounds at Palatine. Thene will be in charge of the of edu- mid thow who are going to'make them will please com- munU-uto with their own direct- or immediately upon coming to the tent on the opening day. Noble i t. Homer Byrd. LMv. 2. OtUT. Dlv. 3. Clarence M. Div. 4 Directors of Education BIRTH RECORDS VARY GREATLY 1NCOOKCOUNTY Oak Park Cicero Is Last in Heights It Exact Average Twft Cook county citii'S. often cln.-twd Oak Park und Ev had the birth In the Matf in acrording to United Stnttvi census bureau re- juflt mado public. Oak I'ark is with new or 44.2 fur KvwHton is Mi'itud with IS72 or pier tiMtO population. These twi cities tire hi'rtildud IIH having rathei moral standards tfuffue. A rruwtl ivtimutH Ht I.I.IHW iiddre-nt'-. I church hiirh ititelli by mfit prominent In the nt the proplf. rather hijd luge of oliler American dry umter hfctil option now bun Sunday movies. At the bottom of the list for tht IA the city of reitrc- m-nting more of the relatively lute the scene of many gun by the home of jtnino of tlif prominent gang of the coin nil on i nbout Chicatro and famed not who m IOJJUO an I long Cicero hud u birth rate last yetir HH i-omniired with Oak t'ark' ll.ii. Cicero had the KIWI id worst til'1 Statf.-i and tnr- clKn iwtrieji tended tho open- ItiK in thf grove of corttiti fnllpip1 pnrk. attendance far excpedcd the j thfir Ttv huge am phi tli filter built to proved too 1 mtiall mid I'-ft or HPHlrd in the coltrgr f rinlio tuid been initialled A IMC tn thu event of rain. Tin- wrnthrr wtu ideal for the grt-at Lutheran rnlly. sky -.milH on th'1 the sun ahtning throughout afternoon und H plptwanl brtrxe stirred d'-r thf of thf cum pus uakn. k About u were ttn- throughout amphitheater T T many in thr f.tr who weiv twirnly flbli- the jtpmkers i fouM ptninly hear every word thut was aunt. Arrive Six thousand from nut of rtty luul bi numlx'r arrived In the city drleftMi'Mit. of Meeting t'uul Lindt'intinn of SU chim-ii lit'wuw of popu- lar the ytiuiif-cr nwinw-r-i i-hurch. iMtvered the tht.- the principal rr thr .waiiion. 'Tint' Chrl-tiHtilty M not ntiMtt-rc Kcv. Lin- m mldresji. have rt'annn to hold in Infant mortality rate in th Park being first with tll.l. Oak Turk had an infant moitility the loweat in the or In match highest birth The are ami may indicate beginning of u trend of vast dlgnifkanco to the future of this nation. Tin- reader may draw his own Inttuiry at the office of the Vil- lage Clerk Hurold tvter Arling- Keiuhu live hirth-t Village of Arlington Heights m I'.'iW. Taking the population thin wojldglve u blitlnatc Ifi.Tfi us with but it not take con- but that jwldrrallon the births in fiimitirs of rxcip'ted.' Arlington H'-ilfhts villuge tliut take con- und moan mid w-wall ttnd whii lire f. i ngly upreutt- Itf gthe spirit of they Ideft of think that liginn invompHtlnle with is urediriitctl n ami WP fun place in hiMtpitnU m or ISP which n local un believes will not run over ten Percent. Adding therefore an addi- tional of or 1.76 thi-i would bring Arlington Heitcht-t' birthrate which is exactly that of the jitiitf as awhole. Per- the fiirmlnif country village could make u betti'i1 in keeping with old fiim ily traditions. Illinois showed a death per Ailing ton IteighU had which on kiasis of'1DUO would be rate of I which may he pintly accounted fur by the pres- I i-iH'i' here uf the Old Tin- rate of Oak Park ami 15.4. PLUM GROVE conducive to 'llif llffting plPifur-1-. ut lirst wlluritift turn to mhos in onr'o month.' with ihf t'hiit .-milt nit- being fed with of mtin-ntaxle tt cd the it'fnrmiil reception vwi. Ing Wtiltlier nt i .30 U'ontinuvtl from I'tigr Midsummer Sales Arc Announced The nttentum our iii t-nllH thf fat-t thnt now jHimc at which pipwmlly purclmw'i' may Mill'111 mny bf nrlvi-rturd thp of the County tltf of Pltim Ufove avenue Paltitlnc to Iliggins started work within two weeks af- tho contract had been to They nre now engaged on project nt the Algonquin road and it t-xpectfd pouring of cement will begin I August 15. i The county is nork oh tlir- Center roml exten-ii'm west from Arlington Jleight-t road. ty prr cent of tho iidjoining land I owner donated n hundred foot I right nf way. Commissioner William UIMSO made a tour the road Mon- day that is twing done in thU tttut of the county und expi well pleuned witn what Mrs. Ben Schultz Is Victim of Accident Ben of had the tn fail hist Fri- day n flight of ftactur- ing in arm iintl injuring u limb. The victim Is the mother Mr It E Schulti it Xorth Dunton The Vandals NEW STATE LAW STRICT ON SEWERS Before Building or modeling Must Get Permit loiiiiuunitics and individuals nrr hence forth prohibit- ed from conctructinn or modifying sower without written per- mission a state water This .innounccmeiit made hfi'f today by Dr. Andy hint'1 health who rcfyrri'd to tht' new law the important and fttr reaching public hi'.iltli meaMi adupted by the recently adjourticd l-'ivi' otluT vi'lal- to health and now incorporated in tin1 of the fit. lie include measuii's which permit school boards authority to construct and operate xwitnnilnj- require sanitary districts to t-on-ttruct tinrl opcrati- sewage ti'i-atmi'iit allow county sanatorium boards to spread u tax of one and one half mills insti'ad of one mill PIT dollar require own- ers nt' to suliinit their cattli- for tutit'ivulin upon of the of The M.ituti' prohibiting wwi-r construction without permit wa.s to prevent und cause to be abated til'1 pollution of of state IH under the new stdd Dr. Hall. likely the fust bf that thr t'ox Subn-iiiK'titly nil other sti-i mil- of unpiirliinii1 sirtiiTi1.- of w.ili-r supply and bath- ing U' H to t'liipty into tin' and ponds uf UK Miilf tun lii' structi or inodtfu d i lit- ml ilpprov.il uf t'li watt r board. This ivsult in iii- uf th.it arr tint only adi-vuiile .md for lia-h will i' I'lcli'ii-ioii-i to LUC for piillution 'I hi. tii-w not only coupli'd with tin' cimfmltiifiit to the scwawri- liciitini'iit pla'it- the way fur bringing and num- tdilutiK ii'asDiudiU hiyfi ilcirrcc of sanitation of ihi u.ib of -title. 11 pi'i'Sctit a tt'iiiid.'i til heiittli. hut will ICMI'I nt a nun nioic abundant .ili-laitury t'ljili Thi- ill a' tin MI Inw-t will iirnriioti1 creation and UU-W.-JM District Leajfuers to Meet In Zone Rally A rally of tin- Nortlmi-L m'xt of Hap- II llf lion. _ Shu i-. kind in Un- -ii O. u'- 1't Ailinsiton HeijrhtM Mi.drod swre- tnry. Paul Si li... Mr. Sihalk. field ci.imf-.. and Paul for viur Catl'Ar- FARMOLOGY EDITED BY 0. G. BARRETT-COOK CO. FARM ADVISER D. A. Pres. Wm. Vioe-Pres. Alfred Truck Albert Landmeler Gen. F. Tom Jr. W. Fred H. Nietfeldt NARROW ROADS CALLED CAUSE OF'ACCIDENTS Say Widening is First Need in Road Building Program DEMAND UNIFORM CROSSING SIGNALS1 Slow Driver Comes in for Share of Care is Safety Not Slowness peicftit of the deaths in motor accidents in ruial sections of Cook county have been due to narrow declared Chief Col- lins of the County Highway Friday at a. conference of of the Chit-ago and safety and motorists' called liv Coroner liundusen to work out plans for mlucmx automobile ac- cidents. Twenty foot pavements have been the scone of niunj of cars that have been crowded off the right of he I suid. The unduly driver on nar- row highways is great a menace .is the and county polite MISS ARLINGTON CORONATION AT DANCE THURS. The coronation of Miss Ar- lington and a public dunce will take place next Thursday even- July at the Miss Arling- ton Beauty Home and on the pavement in front of it on South Chestnut Arlington Heights. The selection of Miss Arlington will precede the cor- onation. Dancing will be unit there will be A t-evcn piece orchestra and moon- light lighting effects will give charm to scone. No doulit intctest in find- ing out who Arltngton is gointf to as well as the danc- will Oraw out a large at- tendance. SUBSCRIPTION YEAR FARM FOLKS TO ATTEND BIG PICNIC FATHER MAHES BUFFALO GROVE IS PASSED AWAY Funeral Tomorrow at St. Mary's Church at Ten O'clock Commissioner Boutell. Various oth- er wetv by ex- perts and tending t-tudent.s of the traffic tmd at tho Vaim is a Kueticu has now given us almost Member. I every needed household luxury ex- cept a paper napkin. In the old days a skirt that hung _____ down behind was a home jj0 next Wednes- now Its an ovening gown. If you want to know how a girl looks in negligee slop a sport road-' ster in front of her house at 9 a. m. und honk liorn.s. one of them musical Tho love of money is the root of all industry ton. iiny old rag to tack in jour shirt in it might -be batter not to wear any vest we all want to cut right loose for- getting .ill formalities that day. Don't foigct our own Sam Hi Sickk1 S-HJ-. that every time he jtets around whore it lookn like W could make both ends meet somebody up and moves the ends. A from thu Farm Bureau called sit the county building lust they were very cordially re- ceived by the board of No douttt It will be something of a piusidenl of the Arucr- ic.m Bureau und Don hoad of the Pure Milk ate two fellows worth going milt's to ht-ar. Experts say that houses explode at the time of u cyclone because of the vitiunm created. We don't believe- it becauhe you never suw a head explode. President Hoover and Mr. relief to the property owners to 'president oC the Farm liavu hear that with all probubility you given us some food foi thought re- will be iwiuircd to'pay no on your property during the year Ci'ntly. They nay Unit to be able to render tite .scnice that they hopt-d first of all the farmers must net themselves Not only tiie fellows that draw that's what we've been the conclusion every spring that Wei hollering about dotit arc goiiiK to htue a coid wet icu-. know how and you know as son and from some hunch or anoth- well tis we do that if the farmers er art sure we won't have Kood corn ciop ljut all of ua kindu saiver fur what may happen in liKiO. If we get both closes at tiic Minie lime we will then be nble to rcjilisn' what high taxes are for suit'. In a Kcnt'i-til we think ftom do get tlu'inselves organ they of they to Thi-tti aro practically six million funnels in the United Stiilea. Prac- tically two million are represented as members or selling tooperalive ai-Miviations of which resolutions were adopted included these re com m end nt ion '-i Widening and Separation. 1. Thut the state to pro- ceed ail pot-sittle on load anil grade separation n-ork. Wltat RailrotKlH Should Do 2. That the railm.id.-t take up tomprehoisivL' truck elevation uto- in the metropolitan area timl Frank for 12 pastor of St. M.iiy'- cburx-h lo died about 12 o'clock Sun- day at Ah'xuin Llrothers' hospital in to which ht- recent- ly removed from Sacred Heart itauuitt nt he been u patient there since July F.tlher Mittles was ill with arthiltis. Tin- funei.il tomorrow ut 10 o'clock at St. Mary's chareh will be largely .itleiiiU'd by many priests Mom in lowtis and cities anmml us well as the many u if nils and p.ui.shio tiers of Father Jbitli's. it not known a.s we go tn whether or not Caidinai Mutideli'in will be able lo ulteiid. Falhvr was born in Balti- That Cuok county should first consideration in its road build- ing piogrum to the wtdeiung of highways. Stow That police be directed to w.irn motorists to increase their speed whin they uru travelling too blow. Sufety Work. Ti. That the schooU extend their safety education. Molt- detailed i worn inemla including some other suggestions made at this meeting are to be made at another meeting of the same officials to be held in tile near future. A man can drive recklessly at 13 miles an or with due regard to the safety of all at 65 miles an hour in different Sor- Chicago city traffic engin- told the matter of he need wore can- It -nas n rather mere and the statutes irovide striclly uniform warning junu. 1884. His later grade crossings outside ktitdit-s neic at Jost-plimum the nictiopoiitan I'olumbi.s ai-d ne was oidain- Widcning First ed in June His parish wus Philomcna's on 'North Kedvale uvenuu in where he officiated for seven year.-.. He then tame to Buffalo Grove. only within his but among IhoM.- who ale not of his faith. Rev. been acting pnstor at Buffalo Giotu lley. Alattis w.is obliged to active si'tvicc. New Daitielsen Ambulance To Be Exhibited Saturday A new the last word in transportation for the sick and has been purchased by Palatine funeral direct- und was received here late last week. Saltndav evening it will be parked on Brock way Palatine where Sam President of Federation to Speak July 31 TO COME FROM COUNTIES AROUND Fun To Include Ball Game With Prominent Leaders Taking Part president of tin American Farm Bureau and Don of the JIHK Association are speakers that will draw not only from Cook and Du Pp.ge but ftom adjacent Cook County advisor 0. G. Bairett yesterilay regarding the Cook-Uu Page Form Bureau Puro JUJk picnic to be at Kiedy a grove at July 31. of amusement is a lug of way between the catching tlte greased and you can bet your life it ill oe and for the kith. Baseball Dope. tin- athlctii commission .loc-. not theie will prolt- ably be a w match between the fatifH woman in Cook county and the Skitimrst' tuun tn DuPagc Mot the least of the attrac- tions be u ball game. The ball to lie used ill be the same Iho players. The of the field is will be something like t. president of the Pure U. A. Nict- president of the Farm Bur- August pres- ident of the Truck Gardeners first J. C. hlk short if he cannot btop them landing he can lying ivr he is just as Ull Ijuig down as he is standing Herman third did want Herman in the but thought lie would not feel at home out Arthur Mclntosh of .-.pcretary accurate definitions of i the public will have an dnvinjr. out1 itsit with the Board of Uifie me a tot.il of eleven thou that the farm land of Look thoujrh it iw high .tnd though it la some casct. lusher than like tu see it not u- outtatC'oui as some of UN have been about. 'sjind four bundled. The farmers did a bu'iinei'S of somethintr more tlitm last year. The hhowed the nmnage- A hick town is a place where a menl lait of any year here Oi sumer pays the dollar the con farmer ap- PERENNIAL SOW THISTLE IS NOW HERE Sodium Chlorate Spray Discovered None Too Soon county pioxiiniilely thirty cents. It IK the perennial sow thi.-tl in Illinois and belter look out for the fi- ji iff tt mf i ntu HJJLIT n t L fender cwn retain hhapulatm of the I-aiin the larin much as three weeks. I the kum owmuationx ot _ jatl kinds and descriptions to nar- said the are i row that spread between the pro- ducer and the mcrcannff .un't no such replies D.id. I the hhttro and reducinjt _ the consumers puce. That first of baseb.ill Un 1 urcL liLireau-l'urc Milk punk I Mi. what arr .it I.isle ti week fiom tomonow i you douiff to improve your condi- iiuirhl to be some bascbaU same. 'tioii and the condition of agricul- Wc hope that none of the boys tiire in -moko or run aroand muiits or in or any way break the training rules and thereby weaken the team. Some folks are about as cold as a hot roasted peanut at a ball park if yon know what we mean. It is as hard for us to not talk Nominations aru in order for iffeiee or umpire for that bail if aim-. We want somebody lli.il1 Uons are trying to do aa it is to will make the players keep still keep our tongue out of the hole about the the farm organiza- and play ball. As for the real there are ft lot of young fellows in the where the tooth was. Thoie in the south that are interested in getting Bee UL county so we ought to be able to I Tommy Welter. The this put up a pretty scrappy game There is Harvey Adair's boys and Julius Precht's boys and Schwake's boy and McClaughry's boys in Macauley has two or three und Dii-k Nietfeldt has a couple and John Hoyt two or three and Al- bert Landmeier's three and there are a lot of young fellows among the Coo- Schillings and so we ought to have a real ball game. jear is ten cents. Gaitsch of DesPlaines a position to take care of your needs on dried Brewers Grains. Anyone interested can iee him or leave wovd at the Farm Bureau office. real team is picked at the tryout at elf-eK o'clock. are the names of the commjtteemen for that big Cook- DuPage-Pure Milk picnic to be held July 31. W. F president 3f the Pure Milk of any hUay plants accordin pant u. the humble opin- fc1 i ion of the Cool County Herald al- f rearV to inspect it. The new vehicle of mi-icy U known as a 1 lei1 tiey ambulance and made at Fieeporl. It is Jtld is fitted with ev- fry convenience that could possibly be installed in a vehicle for the comfort and safety of the sick and injured while ennnite to a hos- Acct'i-s to the loomy cradled on a rugged is made thru three a door on either side und one in the rear. A Bumgard- ncr adjuitable to any is pi ovided for the patient. The cot i lamps to one Mde of car to hold tl i-U'rtdy llio umbulance and on I he opposite side .ne two M'tit.i for .1 doc- tur and attendant. 'I he two seaU jure leinoxiildf to leave riHini for a Cook -ecoud cot should it be It is at hand pi-ffoMniinve of an cmerueney in ease of nec- is pulled down in i mi- ti-ji ML mi- driver's contpart- 1 I and a white poicelain wash is hot and cold run- mils' watfi i.s supplied front two jthtity-K.tlliiii in the tin1 door i John of the. state Holsteui- center out the bunch of cows so ho will feel at home we would not put Kay in the field for he would spend all his time try- ing to fijrure out if it needed rock one of the Schar- rmglniiiseii's or one of the Busse'd in the right If the field i.s J. Fred Christ Leouard Wel- Lawrence Rau and Pete. Lucas will be substitutes for the above well as Louis Pohttnan at these latter fellows do a good deal better in a muddy fit-Id. fel- low.s urc not all in training and will be m the lino'.'up unless they are caught .smoking cigarettes or running uround nights. the two real teams will lake the field. hope that all the younger blood will come to tiy out for the real team at 11 o'clock. two main advantages of this picnic are lirst to get the farmers ami their wives from get acquainted and have a little fun and to Rtt rid of a lot of old roosters that arc a disadvant- age around any farm front tune of the year on. from tin1 age of day to 100 Leme the grouch to home and the. nmsler jii'-t south of ub.itic ten ingles south of July and get rid O. has MKluttn .Iocs not think the weed n to bi a seiuius in Cnuk t. Specimens HOW in bloom north-1 of Kucltd niid Ridiffe In Arlington Heiirhts-. i iwo boUl.-s II you what appears to be .1 'm of leaves and and tht- there ure A third with every- first aid ilh.r b i MtlJlTfrlK1 II ing in patches und sending llimfr up slmks two to three high i v. contains this time of with flowers that are perfect of but boine with several on a this is the sow thi-.t1e that in nesota There are three concealed m I lie ambulance and a fourth Chat has made farm Ing unprofitable f to anv in many districts in Manitoba. Min-1J Ci adds to thecoml compared to it in harm to aniicul- telephone peimits instant commun-' with the driver. The floor gram with exactly us in lawns. The seeds ripen up among Concordia League Outing Sunday was An Unusual Success Handjy's outing of the leautic at the Old Kolk'a farm nortlnveM nf Arlington was probably success nf iiny affair that Arlington Heights branch i-pini.soreif. The morninir semcej in the coti- ductetl by St. I'etei'.- church were welt d people rt'- mainnd and hud tlioir lunch Those that went home tn dinner tinned in the The pro- prepared carried out in detail. 1'eople attended from a af iuri winding villages and cities. committee not lakiiig any credit for the of thi-. out- Kiviitfr all of the credit to the people that c.imc out with s.int Mr. Win. H. Schlo- president of the league. Many worth while prizes were to the children in the games and races. ladies appeared to be enjoying themselves immensely at and The men en- on page will the heads of the and from is travel twenty miles and take on John Hoyt. Frank Diekman. Henry Henke. Ezra This 12 CCFE stand by until ivith a held _. snap-on which can be removed from the rubber tile floor when desirable. rti y. j The power plant is a 120 horse power Lycoming straight eight mo- and diiving i and other appurtenances sre in keeping with the other appoint- ments. The ambulance will be sta- tioned permanently in Harrington E E a. Iictr'.ed un- on papi 6j_ The New s of Neighboring Communities This week we inaugurate a of the more interesting im- portant news of neighboring taken from other newspapers. We believe our readers will enjoy this nev feature which will be found ti. 4 each
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