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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1937, Chicago, Illinois                               ARLINGTON HEIGHTS HERALD VOLUME NUMBER 51 ARLINGTON ILL. NOVEMBER 1937 C. Hl Ktery Pridiy 119 PADDOCK SONS PBB YEAR Rush Work On New Park Field House Opening of I'oul Pool Wtst Of Tho constnwiUiN vt u Dimming jiool ami Hold house with only Up A labor U not us would be but the HclcC house constructed by the Ar- lington Heights park 1ms to point that it is detlnltvty tiasured that the pool will be id operation when ivunu weather arrives next tmmmtir. 'flic tiool proper was completed woetw The tunnels and runways between the bmtemeni of the Held Inmse tnul the pool will be finished before freeing weather really sots The busline lit ul' the held house und the structure whith will house nil of the ing equipment will undosccl thjit fall. The dimension 150x75 givc4 only a small Ulna of thu sifce of the which is the largest west of Chicago not exempting lX-s J'liimoa whore A wiMluijf ml LOU The minimum depth ut Arlington Heights will tie JVet with ti iimxiimiin depth of It 'fheru is nmpln room fur uttkial swimming moots ami other water The utility company 14 inMtulling electric service this week und u rwom In the buflemtmt ol1 the ttijld house is being ftUctl up for tin of- tleo of the construction ncrsunel Uiul the next meeting of Uiu park b will be held in its own bulklhg. The powor lit the project wilt bo inerunswt by bevembur ami u ut nearly it hundred uro ex- ptii'tud be assigned to the project for the whiter months. These men wilt dig ami dig by hand muny yutdn of ground from iht- village refuse providing u place for thu disposal tit rubbish for 'the villugo nnd ut tho stiltie time tin- dirt that IH ncexlixl the pool ami tlckl house. Census For Unemployed The fuUire of the gove mm cut's attitude toward unemployment wilt lit-ubnbiy tU'jiond In a nirgp ni ensure Upon nf the uneinliluy- merit fi-natix thnt will he Itikyn throughnut the nation next n'euk. It is that the eoiuws bu ittt CflfrPt't It is it tremendous job Untie Sum is trying to huvt' in Look Out For Pipe Change Rolls The whurpers hiive got it now one. Wlion n Palatine business establish- ment started to open what was sup. posed to be a roll of Hfty pennies recently U was found that instead of the there was a small piece of just the tiiani' etor ot penny and out to the prop- cr length rolled up in tho penny wrapper. There was n penny plnccd New School Plans Ready For Approval In Hands of School Work Must Start Decem- ber 10. Members of the board of edited- ion of Arlington Heights school district Lib arc putting in all end of the pipu to make it look good if thu was opened Investigation of other penny rollu spuru time lfmiiy Change. I eiomunliti y school t'nr Arlington 1 his N apparently a new one and HutgliU which tiill only cost Hie business houses may need to look district approximately Tho ut change rolls closely when tak- imtor represents the hhaie to bo mg them in. If the can paid by the bonds for which pull such a atunt with pennies the-y previously bueu Tho bal- pi'obably some larger gas pipe Uncc of the cost is lie paid by for the larger size coins. Uncle Sam as a direct gill under a PWA set-up. This th tluj same method used by the village of Ar- lington Heights three years lo construct new water tower und a deep well. Haste is very important us '10 is the date set by the menl when work must actually started. To avoid any architectural or structural tlie plans ni'e being carefully studied by the mem- bers of the four members of which ycan give expert service in this regard. Jiardtke it. well tu'tiuaiatcd with Hualiitji ami plumbing prob- C. K. lias had years of experience in the outfitting Home Talent Show At Arlington Legion Asks For Report Tonight Cun you Cun you dance 1 Cun you play a musical Can you If report at tlie uf C. M. prior Anicricun Legion House in Arllng- to his present engsiged in ton West Campbell gchuol construction in the eust and dither Thursday or Friday Eugene Itellrr is a building ma- night of this November U or terml dealer. men are barred 7 o'clock and try out for the from actually selling material or big WLS Home Talent Show that services lu the school district be- Merle Guild Post of tliu American cause they ant members of the Legion is produuing ttie following school but tiiey will week. The nights of the show are watchdogs in Kiumliiiir itio mter- Friday und uf the November and ftt the Ar Hngton Heights high school ___ _____ Lnnuiiti starting at I'M sharp. So built right. ami with the help uf the other members of tliat board that school house is going to be all of you to be a ividio movie star be sure to attend these tryouts tit thu time and plate men- cmmty K cnt of who luis inspected the has .stated that they are tinned above. All six to tho moat complete of any eligible and welcome tor Of its nixo upon which he bus hud tryoiits as well as talent from tin- privilege giving Ins othr-r towns. Kvcry one will got Tiic utc also in tin- liands a fair chance to bo in this show and uf the who who knows but whht he or she- may musi stamp them K. before be another Lulu Patsy Mon- bids can he let. lit the meantime 8kyland or Pat itut i ram From present Indications show is going to be ft Al rwtdy Jwme of thff-froar'towil of cloven him signed up for the show and in rooms with u addition Ihei'u will be n few Star science and mnuunl arts acts from out of town. It will be a facilities in the tast well balanced with a lot of different nets each A person could sec the show two or even and each show would lie different. Our own GriMith. whom everyone vo I it mi to us spocilicatiotih are being I prepared for the probable bidders the und if all goes the will be opened by the end November. J Rabies RcOOl'tCU in ln Sniith Duntuti has lost u bull lerriur with a case of fiibius. 'Hie dog always net as Master of Cvrc- monit-s and tllowOiat saw Ihe show lust t-ebruary know thut that means ul when hc became J the show will move fast with not a Wiis tukeii ID thu tban and he has elicited dtill momctit. Miles of Ar- Rus hospital where tht aid i.tnvtL-bodies hum- Imglori will again died. The head was taken to let nntl of the nation. aomite Line e I'.zra and he is consul- it ilelcintined Uoon another Piwt- of this i.-wue ctml by the Home Talent Bu- rcau as one of the best Mrs. Barton immeilUttely notified will be found the ami of the ntitinniil which answers all i 1.1 i If in doubt turn to puge Arlington tieights village auth- orities art- Itelfiing thu uticmptoyed by assisting them in lilling out cards through which thu national government may flml omploymont foi- the largo numbers without a job ttiffi winter. Ntivcmlivr and have Item sc.-t acide at the municipal building for ''information for the unemployed and impersonators of Unctr Kara they thu police SM that a further have ever seen. He is so good that spread of the dispense with possible hc wns ashed to ttthc the part of Lfncle Emi in shows in more than voiitcd. human lifo cuttlfl lie pre- 11 duKcn other includ- All ilogs in the noigMxn-htmtl ing Indinna und Wisconsin. He nntl the Barton home arc being watched. t.cs ary both members ot Merle ____ Guild Post und there will be others In the .show from tlie Post and its Al'Ittistice as well as some known business men uiul ....................____......____oc Program Today Arlington Heights und At HlgJt School As an additional the1 If dn not gft a curd at your partially Corps uf Arlington in charge of Joe next Tuesday or may wt otto at oitlit-c the ollke at tho vilittgc linll. The i day Watch Game Wardens Are In A Contest It' you have a pun in your hand and game warden asks you to show your don't get He is just marking up anoth- er point in a game warden contest that is being staged this fall tfut of the Chicago office. Tho game wardens are not being given credits for the number of guys they are able to but for I he number of hunting licenses that aie checked by them. J Do not fall to buy yqur hunting license before you go out with your gun. j Red Cross j Roll Call Begins Committee Culls On Entire Community For Big Membership The Arlington Heights Com mi n ity Ucd Cross committee goes it action this week. The Annual Roll Call is on 1 e- Lwcen Armistice day nnd Thanl s giving. Hod Cross flags will be posters will be displayed by the business and the fail v f ui men and women who year aft ir serve on this committee w U be about their work of calling j n you for y'o u1 membership in the American The contmittee is rcprehcnttitives from nil the churches and organised groups'in Arlington aided efficiently and intelligently by the Boy This is one time of the year whjn the residents of the can help through tie agency of the Red Cross to good neighbor to the folks less for- tunate thnn ourselves. lie ready with your membership dollar or contribution when the Reel Cross worker calls at your I I Senior Walther League Play it lins been said that there in enough happiness in this world for everyone if we but avail ourselves of the opportunity. Your opportun- your shure of that mtppi- ncss will come Tuesday and Wed- Nov. 16 and 17. For on these two nights will be by the Senior WWther a three act I We could give you a complete resume of the but that would spoil the expectation on your part. We could tell you that the play is about n co-ed at a girls but we won't. We could tell you that this co-ed was not fond of school ami enjoyed but we won't. We could tell you that the play U full of humor mixed with drama and excitement. but we But we will tell you that if you really enjoy a well well acted play presented by ama- U-uts then do not fail to see this play. If you don't sec you will if you do see it you will not regret The following young men and wumcn have promised to give you an enjoyable evening. as Dr. Anthony a school Richard Meyer as a Frunklyn Carney a m.m about Carl Wcim'ich an Elliot a man about Schools Observe Education Parents See Exhibits American Education Week was observed in the Public schools of Arlington Heights November 8 ami 9 with an Open House. Work which has beun in prog- ress in thu classrooms was in evi- dence in till the rooms. The schools were open from until during which time parents and I friends visited the tcaehera in their Local tax payers who will be re- classrooms. Approximately of laired to pay personal property Big Raise In Personal Assessments Discovery of Means Lower Tax Rate Says County Official. the families having children en- rolled in the schools were repre- sented among the visitors. Among the many interesting ex- hibits was one illustrating some of the activities of the kindergarten under tlie of Ihc P. T. and conducted by The school Miss Murthii E. R. also had inter- esting exhibit of educational health iraterials. Due to the interest and enlhus- displayed by both teachers parents the of Education has decided to make this an annual event. Public School Children Are In Minor ity There are only 585 school pupils attending publk schools in Arling- ton Heights ami Mount compared with 606 who aie attend- ing the so-eailed parochial or church wii........ schools. It' Taxpayer IK prone jciialc'iax payers their to hick about liis aehool he the local taxing bodies will should slop a moment and be holding the bag. what his laxcs would bo if the According to the published list of educating all nf the children in the village of Arlington received copies this week of the property assessment roll as determined by the office of the County In an announce- ment in the Chicago the as- sessor has claimed that the tax rate for in many parts of Cook county will drop 1C per cent due to the discovery of previously hidden wealtn. Assessor John S. Clark has been using income tax returns to discov- ffi the intangibles bonds and which were omitted by their holders on their 1936 person- al property schedules. In assessing and Mr. Clark's office debases the full value by 80 per then ap- plies the 37 per cent equalization factor in order to determine the as- sessed valuation. For on intangibles with a market value of the assessed value would be The effect of a lower tax rate in the suburban towns due to higher personal property may act as a bomcrang upon local taxing bodies. If the higher per- sonal property taxes tire by the tax the taxing bodies will not suffer by a lower rate. If the individuals simply do not with the lower rate for real Village Posts 'No Hunting' They Mean It signs posted around the village of Arlington Heights are not for decoration. Violators are assured prosecution under the 'aw if any one attempts to go hunting within the village limits. using guns within the village will receive exactly the same treatment as an autoist who tries states the judge. If you don't believe try it and find out. L. Moodie Heads Dist. Scout Council The election of officers and mem- bers of the Central District of the Northwest Suburban Council Boy Scouts of was held last Friday evening at the November meeting held at the Wheeling puhlic school. L. A. Moodie of Arlington chairman of Troop Troop was elected chair- man of the and G. L. Park- er of Des was elected as vice-chairman. Si James To Hold Fall Festival A fall festival with all the trim- mings of an indoor carnival and a lot of extras thrown in for good measure has been announced by St. James congregation. The event will be held in St. James school north State Arlington Friday and Saturday ev- November Id and Sunday afternoon and ember 20. A special feature will be a pop- ularity contest in which the most popular young lady as determined by the votes that are be crowned Festival'Queen upon the closing evening of the event. Due to the Thanksgiving turkeys and other fowl will awarded as prizes in addition to quantities of fancy which will be on display in booths. Sunday evening from five to eight o'clock a supper will be adults 25c. Further details will appear in next week's Famous For Marvelous Sound ARLINGTON ATRE Thursday and Friday NOVEMBER 11 and 12 a member of Merle Guild the Arlington lluiglitb Township ifciiynl Thui'sduy and sponsored hy thu high post un program each before tin' stttrling l''ivu rcc Good Cnst Studied Chinese 'Emily Etiquette Guide Th'1 Oiinw uf Filial u vutunblu jjuido in making of Good tltmiistt- tiott of I'earl Muck's which conies Sunday nnd Monday to the Arlington 'IVatrr. Striving for alj- tclufc mltfir-titit'ity in depleting Chuwm speech mid Sidney di- found repeated occasion i-omtult volume corresponding roughly to Aninritan books of eti- but easily a much more im- portant factor in tho lives of the Chinese. On si-l at all times lo inakr doubly ol' lu uiiliim olivitiu.-i '1 Lu.j ti-chntcul loaned to JI-li'Mi by Ihi1 I'hiiww government. Antli 1.0 a warning is to t'Jtn't starling Five reels olliti.il This Junior Corps is War pictures furnished by composed of and girls from Fiuncis K. Wilton. Arlington Heights between the ages raihitiK criTiuoiiy and tri- six and sixteen. They have been buto to the wur dead ut prurticing for the last several m I'ront of the fclmul. Ceretmniics months under ttie able direction of by American Legion. a prof ess iniial director. Some of the drummers nre no larger than their drums. Come out and hear our own boys und girls give them tt tl will be u good show and Ihe lictti'ts arc only yfj cents if bought in and cents it' bought at thu door the night of the would to buy them in advance at Sic burg's Drug store in Arlington Ucighls or from uny ilijth Nclntol bund munlicrs. speaker lurnishral by 'gion. 1'resell nrsw rtag hy MIII tn Village ot Arlington Acknowledgfjnenl by ol Villagu Hoard. at noon with tlu. recent lution naming Annihticc Day a school will a M'ltoitl this day designated iis hislitule mcnibcr of Merle Guild i-m ticket arc good for any of tho the County hupcrmlendeiU three niffhbi and are not teachers are re- to the show early. When' I'iiiit Muni. Wanif LUIIK. whuke.' win. plays with to attend a tcachcrijnsli- November II -and at 7 The To Be Address At Court ut' Honor The Court The Men's club of iatt church cordially invites all ol' of Honor lor llic its friends lo attend the most in- L'lMl IPI i i TF i on jthnke not with No School Thursday And Friday Here elcmrnlary wiiw.js Av linjrton HeitfhtH will be closud b Thursdtiy Friday. 'Ihuwlaj- is und rrnlny ai teachwrji art required to attended n state Usurers ineelijitf in Cmincil Hoy Scouts of America DCS Arling- ton Heights ami will held on next Tlvurstluy No- vember at the Des I'luincs Jun- ior high Hvhool at 8 o'clock. .Mr. Uanstom will sijit-ak on and FBI-IK TlMtKKY AT XMAS TIMIi There ia some patron of John An- geloffg's store who will receive a free turkey Dot. W. Tickets will be given with every purchase of 60c or November 12 tit the church dining The program committee has pliin- neil itni.sic and entertainment u.itd has been able to secure an unusually interesting speaker in the person' of Juliti aisistant Kiilos Mtmuger of Interna- who will speak on the very timely the Door in Dinner will start promptly ut and a very entertain in even- ing is pt'Dimsetl for those who are able to attend. her Marjorie Boltc as Lynn her Built as Glad a to- Clara as Mrs. Lucillo'a Pauline Clchra as Dean Dean-of the school and Caroline as maid ordinary and di- The play is under the direction of Jieiiry ilocft winch means that it will be well directed and well coached. Get your tickets early und be sure of attending M present indications uiv that the play will be well at tended. Tickets are on sale at Wilke Jewelry Store or be purchased from any member of the Remember the Nov. nnd 17 and the price 3Gc for -adults and 15c for children. Farmer Gains Notoriety When He Fights Abductors A farmer near Wheeling earned unusual newspaper notoriety when iie succeeded in evading kidnappers at his Long ami Ar- lington Heights last Friday George 77 years drove oil' two outlaws by brandishing an iron pipe jind A blast from the shot gun of his A blood- stained cap and a pair of glasses were recovered which majr to the identification of the pair. whose wealth is estimated at a high was robbed of last spring. tho high school district thrown upon the public school system. A. M. principal of the Arlington Heights high school re- cently prepared a sui-vcy of indi- vidual class enrollment in llie schools from which high school there were less than six individual owned business houses who did not file a schedule. Only half of the corporations how- and there are some rather assessments against them. Only sevonty-one individuals filed freshmen classes arc recruited. As while fifty-one took a a result of that survey ho WHS able I Chance let the assessor guess at to advise tho high school board of thtir wealth. There are a total of education that there is no indit-a- business houses in Arlington lion that the high school will pans the 600 mark in a num- ber of years and present facilities at the high school wdl he able to eare for anticipated enrollments. The six schools included in the aurvey arc Arlington Heighls pub- lic Arlington Heights Luth- eran Arlington Heights Catholic Mt. 1'rospeet public Mt. Prospect Lutheran and the Elk Grove Lutheran schools. Their tutal enrollment is Conger uses the same meth- od every year in making plans fnr the next year and records on file show only a variance of less than five in each high school cither above or below of Mr. Conger's esti- mate. In the latest report there is shown that out of 132 who complet- ed the eighth grade m their re- spective schools last 311 entered high school. The total in nil Ri-.ides in is 25 more than a year while there is only one more student in the eighth grade today there was a year ago. In no grade does Heights assessed for personal property as compared with only 113 residents who are as- sessed. This is another example of the local tax load that the busi- ness man must and which muny forget .about when they patronize business houses of other towns. The Illinois Bell Telephone the Public Service continue to be the largest tax payers in the township. there are some private individuals under the new assessment will be asked to pay over personal property taxes. Commencing last year the asses- sor's office all assess- ments for individuals owning ot or less. Paralysis Victim Is Recovering Arlington Heights only infantile paralysis victim is recovering at I ho Cook county hospital. Miss Ruth a high school i.s isported to be improv- WALTER CATLETT JOHN MO MMAHN HUKt the present onrollmciu show a she contracted the disease in ference from a year September. Her Mrs. Wim. than 25 or less lhan 20 pupils. The Duenn and Mrs. Ed. Duenn visited her Sunday. having the largest enrollment is number two with while there are 15li primary children m the dii- triet. The respective enrollments m the Oil wells in southern Illinois were tlie obiect of the visit of Mr. and Forrest Nichols and family of schools Arlington Ailincton Heights when they called Arlington Arlington upon Mr. and Nichols' parents JVlt. Prospect public last week Oil was being pump- Mt. Prospect ed only a short distance from the Elk Groi'e 78. Ni Nichols Plan Western Trip Mrs. Julian Wytrykus und daugh- Miss Olga Higgins are leaving for tho west next planning on spending month in Texas and four or sight-seeing SECOND ANNUAL PRAIRIE FARMER WLS HOME TALENT S HO W 20 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL by MERLE GUILD POST 8 P. M. Tickets at Door 33c In Advance 25c Doors Open at Show Starts M. Also Added Shots FREE China Nights FREE To the Ladies Attending Either Night a Cake Plate Don't Miss This Show NOV. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Matinee Doors Open at Show at to JO p. m. Evening Shows to p. m. MERCHANT NIGHT Tex Ritter In Tex Rides With the Boy Scouts Richard Dix in It Happened In Hollywood SUNDAY MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 and 15 L ------1 J' now you can tbiill t to Doors Open Show p. m. to p. m. Fox News TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 and BIG DOUBLE FEATURE FEATURE NO. I King Solomon Mines Wtth Roland Young FEATURE NO. 2 BLONDE TROUBLE With Lynne Overman FREE TO with a 25c admission Wed- nesday a half pound of Coffee Ground and Packed on the same day.   

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