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   Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois                                SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939" Economist Want Ads WANT AD RATES AND INFORMATION RATES SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST BATES (Eacb Thursday) 1 time, per agate line per Issue 30c 4 times (consecutive no change of copy, per agate, line per issue................25c SITUATIONS WANTED 1 or more times, per agate line per issue ...............20c net Payable only cash in advance. SOUTHTOWN ECONOMIST RATES (Each Wednesday and Sunday) 1 time (either per agate line per issue...............45c 2 times no change of copy, per agate line per issue ......................40c 4 times (4 consecutive issues or 4 Wednesdays or 4 no change of copy, per agate line per issue..............38c SITUATIONS WANTED 1 or more times per agate line, per issue................30c nei Payable only cash in advance. COMBINATION RATES For Southtown (Wednesday) and Southeast (Thursday) Economists 1 time, per agate line per issue 65c 2 times, no change of copy, per agate line per issue ........60c 4 times, (4 consecutive Thurs- no change of copy, per agate line per issue..........5Sc 20% discount will be allowed on all the above rates except "Situations if adver- tising is brought into the Southtown Economist, 72S W. 65th ft. and paid for. RULES To place a Want Ad in the Southeast Economist or the Southtown Economist, telephone Englewood 1400 and ask for an Ad Taker or you may take your ad to the Southtown Economist. 728 W. Goth st. H you are listed to the telephone directory you may charge your ad and credit will be extended for one week only, however, if ads are brought into the Southtown Econo- mist, 728 W. 65th st. and paid for, a 20% discount will be allowed. Errors, which clearly lessen the value of an ad, should be reported immediately, as the Southeast Econ- omist will only be responsible for one incorrect insertion. All claims for adjustments and refunds must be made within two weeks after the expiration of ads. The Southeast Economist re- serves the right to edit or reject any want ad. No advertisement accepted for less than the cost of two lines. The Southeast Economist is pub- lished every Thursday morning and has a circulation of between 61st st, 95th St., South Park ave and Lake Michigan. The Southtown Economist is pub- lished on Sunday and Wednesday mornings. The circulation of each issue is 70 500 between 55th st. and 95th st.. South Park and Crawford aves. The combined circulation is CLOSING TIME For the Southeast Economist Your Ad Must Be in Before 9 P.M. Tuesday for Thursday FoFthe Southtown Economist Before 10 A.M. Saturday for Sunday and Before 9 P.M. Tuesday for Wednesday Corrections or Cancellations May Be Made By Calling Englewood 1400 Before the Above Closing Tiroes ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost and Found LOST, lady's gold watch; black band; Sun. nr. 71st-Paxton; rew. Dor. 5319. BUSINESS SERVICES Business; Services' Offered PLASTER, cement, boiler repairs; free estimate. Wentworth 6266. ALL kinds of repairs; attic rooms, porches, etc very reas Vine. 4392. PINLESS method (up to 54-inch 33c PAIR; CELANESE, 50c PAIR. Austrian shades. 30c each up; filet covers, 50c each, ecru tint free; deliv- ery service. Ann's. Ph. Regent 3796. DRESSMAKING alterations. Curtis, 7020 Creeier ave Midway 0067. DRESSMAKING alterations; perfect fit: work guar. Johnson, Rad. 7099. Floors Refinished, Waxed FLOORS sanded refinished, all work guaranteed, estimate free, also 25 sanding machines for rent. F. E DOMRES CO., 631') HALSTED. Englewood 7169 Regent 0071. FUR coats, cl.. gl fur coats short- ened coats relined, S8. re- styled, Arrien Fur Shop, 6545 Cottage Grove Home Appliance Repairs REFRIGERATOR RADIO Experts each dept. with right Ail makes. Free estimates. Amt. you pay for service allowed you buy new equipment within 2 at BIM MERLE'S REP. 2269 ALL makes wash, machs., vac. clnrs., repaired in home. SI. Pros. 6220. Moving and Storage RELIABLE movers, low as 4 rooms CALL JENSEN. PULLMAN 225.', Painting and Decorating PAINTING paperhangmg. decorating: clean work bv Holland painters Geo van Kleef Sons Stewart 0749 EXPERT PAINTING DEC Kit washed S2; paint, paperhangmg, reas ceiling calc SI up Dor. 4506. RMS 9x12. wall papered with paper, S2 98 bv exp.: credit. Hem 0166 PAINTING, paperhangmg, calc. A-l work: lowest price. Dor 7o81_____ ALL we ask is a chance to figure your paint. dec work guar. Aber. 5740. Piano Tuning, Repairing EXPERT Diano tuning. S2: repairing Edw. Spiegel. Tri 2792 or Tri 5361. PLAIN ornamental plastering, patch- ing. arches T. Nickoli. Plaza 0211 Radio Repairs BIM MERLE'S REP 2269 Guaranteed Radio Service IS Dears' experience: all makes; latest lab. equipment, no charge for use of small radio if yours must go to shop. 16 YEARS' experience; better radio service at lowest cost. Ph. Reg. 8060. BEN BERRY ROOFING REPAIRS ON RACINE AVE. SINCE 1894. 6236 S. RACINE AVE. WENT. 2600 BUSINESS SERVICES Typewriters and Repairs TYPEWRITERS to rent. 2 mos., Ph. Midway 1619 or 6515 Drexel, eves. ALL kinds of furn. repaired in your own home; 2-pc. sets up; 2-pc. sets clnd. S4.75 up. Mid. 2464. EMPLOYMENT Help GIRL, NEAT, WHITE; GEN. HSWK, NO COOK. LIGHT LDRY.; STAY OR GO: S6. TRIANGLE 5588. WOMAN, mid-aged Swed.; gen. hswk.; no ch.ldren; stay; refs; call before 9 a.m. or 6-7 p.m. Hyde Park 8883. GIRL or woman, care of baby Sat. nights. carfare. So. Shr. G622. GIRL, white; gen. hswk.; stay; good home. Phone South Shore 3121. Help WANTED 10 Boys of High School Age 14 TO 18 YEARS To Deliver Newspapers One Morning A Week Before School Collect Monthly MUST LIVE BETWEEN T1ST AND 83RB STSo APPLY SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST 7505 JEFFERY AVE. ASK FOR THE CIRCULATION MANAGER WANT hdyman. to exch. serv. for rent of bsmt. apt.; no chldrn. Ken. Salesmen-saleswomen, Agents Mrs. Stevens Packages; comm.; Wm. Vogel, 3348 W. 66th pi. Rep. 5407._____________ YOUR own dresses, lingerie, hosiery 25% off plus up to week comm. for intelligent women. Ph. Ken. 7422. Situations CLEANING or laundry by day; can serve; refs Drexel 3343; apt. 206. CULTURED woman, stay with children by the hour. Plaza 0324. IRONING, cleaning, by day; 30c hr. caifare; white. Call Dor. 555CT. PRACT. nurse, mid-age; take care sick or eld, person: gd. refs. Plaza 6894. REF col. maid; day work; cleaning sm. apartments, wash silks. Went. 8291. WHITE; 30 yrs.; mother's helper; no laundry; Gentiles; Aber. 7924. INSTRUCTION TUTORING, all grades; exp. teacher; reasonable rates. Radcliffe 5780. MERCHANDISE Clothing, Furs, etc. RACCOON coat size 14: good condi- tion; reasonable. Vincennes 3191. RANGE OIL, gal., 150 gal. mm; No. 3 oil 6Hc., 400 gal. minimum. FELDMAN. Phone Harrison 3000. Home Appliances THY RENT BUY 25c BRAND NEW. Maytag, Thor. A.B.C. also rebuilt up HIM MERLE'S, 1451 W. 63rd. REP. 22S9. ELEC. refrig. wash. men. sew, mach. 2322 E. 75th St.; 1st. RENT washers ironers, 25c per wk no obi.: 5651 Ashland. Pros. 6220. Household Goods Parlor Factory Samples 275 high grade suites in Period and Modern styles, our showroom floor pieces, slightly soiled and discontinued. This week only at 50% savings. AMERICAN HOUSEHOLD 5409 S. HALSTED ST. BEAU, fuin of 5-room apt., used 3 mos Must sac. parlor set. dining, 2 bedroom sets, rugs, Chippendale couch, lamps, tables, mirror, odd chairs, desk, dinette etc separate Midway 5838. 20 LOTS of storage furniture just re- leased; rugs, stoves, parlor, bedroom dining room sets, odd chairs, occ. tables, sew. machs. 71G E 69th st. For appt. call Michael Dunn. Plaza 5037. RUGS, Gorovan Oriental 9 4x13. Serb- ian 9x12 3 bedroom rugs; Fiench china, silver, radio, floor table lamps, drapes, new linoleum some an- tiques 1002 W. 65th st. MUST sell studio couch; clean, used 9x12 rugs S3 to SIS; new rugs to S35- selling out all furniture, runners, throw rues 7663 South Chicago ave. SAC rooms gorgeous furn., studio couch; rug, parlor, dm bedroom sets: dishes, lamps; fur coat: sublease flat. Call Kenwood 2624. STUDIO couch SS; par. set lounge chair elegant 9x12 rug with pad. not used, worth for good 9x12 rug S10. 7663 South Chicago ave. BED, 6-yr. bathmet Kroll buggy, cost sell double bed, compl. Vincennes 4033. ___________ BABY buggy, Persian blue, pract new, reas. 7810 Yates. Sagmaw 0991. BEDROOM set, 4-pc.: twin beds, S15 Call South Shore 0647 after noon LADDER back maple bd. compl; 6' Orient, rug; brkfet set. Vm 5977. LINOLEUM laid tree, felt base 39c; form inlaid. 69c; emb., Hem. 0168 MUST sell furn. 4 rooms, complete; will separate. Everett: 2nd. UNIVERSAL table top gas range. Ox- ford mod pert, cond clip. S.S. 8242. WILTON !K-12 rug pad; also 3 small rugs to match 7044 Euclid._______ HIGH lest humus, black soil, cinders Beverly 4365. -_____ Musical APARTMENT GRAND WITH BENCH Elegant walnut finish: perfect condition: priced reasonable for quick sale Stromberg Bros. Storage Warehouse. 7331 Greenwood ave. BEAUTIFUL Conover grand, walnut case, excel tone: A-l cond.: a real barg terms 7822 Cottage Grove, eyes. STEINWAY GRAND PIANO MUST SELL OR RENT NOW Phone Lake View 1390 after 11 a.m STEINWAY upright; re-conditioned; true Stemway tone; an except, value: terms. 7822 Cottage Grove ave., eves. Wanted to Buy CALL WENT. 1898 Highest cash rugs, sewing washing n.achines. refrig entire flats___________ CALL ATLANTIC 2298 For brtter prices for your furniture stoves, rugs, dishes, etc.______ __ WE SELL FOR YOU Clothmff. toys. etc. Grand Crossing Re- Sale. R24 E st. Vincennes WANTED, full size rollaway bed. J. J O'Nail. Hyde Park WANTED, 'furn rug, sewing mach stove--, bric-a-brac Hyde Park ROOMS FOR RENT Care of MOTHER, let your child enjoy play under exp. supervision while jou shop, work or relax. Plaza 6035. ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished Rooms BENNETT, 7312; Ige. newly dec. frt. rm.: surf I.e.; men pref. Fai. 9105. CRANDON. 73rd; nice room: bath; priv. fam.; gd. trans. So. Shore 1256. CORNELL, 7128, 1st; nice cln. for gent; priv. fam.: nr. I.C. and bus. KIMBARK, 6651; furn. rm. for empl. woman; priv. fam.; excel trs. MARYLAND, 8133; rent lov., Ige. rm. or share 4-rm. apt.; gd. trans.: reas. 55TH, E., 1608; empl. lady pref. same; lovely home: kit, privll.; eves. 68TH ST.. E.. 1469; attrac. Ige. hv. rm new dec., neW furn.: priv. fam.: gent. MICE. furn. rm.; prv. home; refs.; hm. prlvil.: Chatham Fields. Stew. 5505. FRT. bdrm.; kit. privil.; bus. worn, or cple.: I.C. best trs. Hyde Pk. 5746. Share YNG. lady share 4-rm. apt. with girl or couple: Call Triangle 0428. RENTALS Unfurnished Apartments ELLIS, 8209; beau. mod. 4-rm. apt.; canvas walls; tile bath; newly re- inished floors: I.C. trans.; very reas. MICHIGAN, 7042; subl. at once, des. apt.. 2 reas. Geddis. 54TH, E., 1527; 6-rm. apt.; newly decorated; very reasonable: 65TH ST., E., 808; 4 rooms; 5-room efficiency; steam ht.; elec. refrig excel, trans. Agent on prem 70TH, E.. 1732; beau. 5-rm. corner apt canvas walls; tile bath; near lake park; I.C.R.R. trans.; very reas. S2ND PL., E., 1132; attractive, light, airy 5-room flat; heated; electric refrig.; block to 1C.; USED HIGHEST prices paid for junk cars. trucks wrecks. Southtown Auto Parts, 5945 Wentworth ave. Eng. 8323. LEGAL NOTICES REGISTRATION OF LAND TITLE In the matter of the application of Frank A. Schultz and Minnie Schultz, his wife, as joint tenants and not as tenants in common; to register the title to Lots 47 and 48 m Block 50 in S. E. Gross' First Addition to Gross- dale, being a Subdivision in the North West Quarter of Section 34. Township 39 North, Range 12, East of the Third Principal Meridian. L. R. 22902 and To all whom it may concern: TAKE NOTICE, that on the 14th day of November, A.D. 1939, an application was filed by said Frank A. Schultz and Minnie Schultz, his wife, as joint ten- ants and not as tenants in common; in the Circuit Court of Cook County for initial registration of the title to the land above described. Now unless you appear on or before the 21st day of December, A.D. 1939, and show cause why ruch application shall not be granted, the same will be taken as confessed and a decree will be entered according to the prayer of the applica- tion and you will be forever barred from disputing the same JOHN E. CONROY, Clerk of the Circuit Court Cook County, Illinois. (IS) Nov. 16-23-30-Dec. 7. REGISTRATION OF LAND TITLE In the matter of the supplemental application of Steve Dombro and Elizabeth Dombro, his wife, not as tenants in common, but as joint ten- ants; to register the title to Lot 31 in Block 20 in Langley's Subdivision of the North East Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section 13, Town- ship 37 North, Range 14, East of the Third Principal Meridian. L. R. 22034 Anna Hugo and Lizzie Naglich; James Levant Richardson, also known as Lee Richardson; Unknown wife of James Levant Richardson; Unknown heirs at law and devisees of James Levant Richardson, if deceased; and To all whom it may concern: TAKE NOTICE, that on the 29th day of October, A.D 1937, an application was filed by said Steve Dombro and Elizabeth Dombro, his wife, and on this 14th day of November, A.D. 1939, a supplemental application was filed by Steve Dombro and Elizabeth Dom- bro, his wife; m the Circuit Court of Cook County for initial registration of the title to the land above de- scribed. Now unless you appear on or before the 21st day of December, A.D. 1939, and show cause why such appli- cation shall not be granted, the same will be taken as confessed and a deci ee will be entered according to the prayer of the application and you will be for- ever barred from disputing the same. JOHN E. CONROY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois. (17) Nov. 16-23-30-Dec. 7. Cantata to Have World Premiere On South Side Director of Park Manor Church Collaborates in Composition. (Continued from when a hurricane struck the New England coast in the Summer of 1938 and damaged the publisher's offices. Most of the pages, however, were found scattered in the debris eft by the storm in the ofQces and after several missing numbers had been rewritten publication went for- ward. Mr. Luvaas is head of the depart- ment of music at Allegheny college in Meadville, Pa. The composer of many well known choral works, he has collaborated on many occasions with Mr. Hendricks who spent three years as assistant director of music at Allegheny college. College Music Leader. Mr. Hendricks, who will direct first presentation of the cantata, was jorn on the South side where he attended the Park Manor school, 7049 Rhodes ave. Later he moved with his family to Rockford, 111., attend- ng high school there and Knox col- ege at Galesburg, 111. In addition, he did graduate work at the Eastman Conservatory of Music and at Heidelberg university n Germany. During the 1936 Olym- pic games he directed the American chorus that won first place in an nternational competition. It was on this tour that he did research work in the field of German and Scandi- navian folk music, some of which has been incorporated in the new cantata. Now Student Here. At present Mr. Hendricks is study- ing at the Chicago Conservatory of Music. The voices used in the cantata's premiere here will be those of the Senior choir, the Junior choir, a men's chorus and the new verse- speaking choir, approximately 110 voices, all told. Robert Rogers, 7216 Vernon ave., is president of the Senior choir and will be in charge of the lighting iffects and staging, assisted by Helen Shaw, 6808 Indiana ave.; Earl Har- ris, 6811 Anthony ave., and members of the intermediate department of the church school. G. Archer Far- rel, church organist, will be the ac- companist. The evening of the performance will find the front of the church decorated with a lighted rose win- dow, installed for the occasion, and bank of Christmas trees leading up to the church from the walk. MORE ABOUT Filtration Plant (Continued from Page 1) will be located the intake, pump rooms and mixing and settling basins. In the west section of the plant will be the filters and a filtered water reservoir with a capacity of gallons. Mr. Gayton told the Economist yesterday that work also is pro- gressing on the tunnels being built to connect the tunnels leading from the 68th st. crib with the filtration plant and on the beach fill extend- ing from 75th st. to the outer edge of the coffer darn at 78th st. In addition to the coffer darn, the work already completed includes the breakwater built out in the lake di- rectly east of the coffer dam as a protection to the filtration plant site. FETE ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Schuman, 7531 Phillips ave., celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Thanksgiving day. "What's Your Best Answer" 1. 2. oiympia 3.50 wards 4. Raphael 5. Cockroach 6. Vermont 7. Need very little protection dur- ing the Winter 8. Cotton plant 9. Tallahassee 10. One point 11. A medium sized ship's boat 12. Rome 13. "Romeo and Juliet" 14. Dental decay 15. Edward Jenner 16. A circumference 17. Saint Bernard 18. Law 19. Is the soul of magnanimity 20. Stephen Foster 21. Pythagoras 22. Lincoln 23. Turquoise 24. Beaver state After spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mary McCorriston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johu McCorriston, 7339 Dor- chester ave., resumed her studies in St. Francis college, Joliet, 111., where she is a freshman student. Miss McCorriston has been chosen a _ member of the verse-speaking choir -which will present several con- cert and radio programs during the year. Mrs. Ella J. Browder, 6636 Ken- wood ave., recently returned from Greencastle, Ind., where she was honored as the oldest living woman raduate of DePauw university. She was graduated in 1872. At the cere- monies she was presented with a gold bracelet. Mrs. Dale G. Malone, 7337 Merrill ave., president of the Chicago Alum- nae club of Alpha Gamma Delta, was in charge of arrangements for the Thanksgiving dance held last Saturday evening in the Graemere hotel. Dr. and Mrs. G. George Fox, 7524 Essex ave., held a family Thanks- giving dinner last Thursday. Dr. Fox s rabbi of the South Shore temple, 215 Jeffery ave. Joseph Hochstadter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hochstadter, 7712 Essex ave., came in from Cham- paign, HI., to spend the Thanksgiving lolidays with his parents. MORE ABOUT Prep Game (Continued from Page 1) points, has indicated that it is just as strong defensively. Only 13 points have been scored against the Titans and that was against the third team in the 55-13 rout of Bowen. Caravan Backfield Aces. But don't get the idea that Mt. Carmel is over-worried by the Fen- ger point-machine. In the Caravan backfield are two boys, Frank Mea- kim and Capt. Johnny Andretich, who are known as the "touchdown twins." When one of them isn't scoring, the other one is. Further- more, in Bob Quinn and Tom Creevy, Carmel has two of the best Mockers in the Catholic loop. And how that boy Quinn can kick! His punting has helped Carmel out of a hole on more than one occasion. Although the record of the From- hart-coached eleven is not as im- pressive as that of Fenger's, the Carmelites rolled through to six vic- tories in the Catholic league's South section, scoring 86 points against their opponents' 19. The only blot in their campaign is an early season scoreless tie against Leo. They won the Catholic championship by de- feating St. Ignatius, 27-0. Lines Strong-. Mt. Carmel's line is termed the best in the Catholic circuit, but af- ter seeing the ease with which the Fenger men handled a supposedly superior Schurz forward wall, it is difficult to say which .team has the stronger front line. Fenger's Wallis, Yuktonis, Genis, Howes, Barwegen. Bohn and Roeda. all hefty boys, will have all they can do to match the driving tactics of Dwyer, Czarobski, Kennedy, Blair, Murphv, McNamee and Hall. Fenger will have an ad- vantage in weight while the Car- mel linemen possess an edge in speed. From there it looks like a stand-off. In spite of Carmel's i evenge motive, Fenger still feels that it has the best team in the city and they will be out to show it on Saturday. The Caravan, of course, is out to piove the theory that "lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place." and will strive to make amends for the 13-0 loss suffered in last year's title contest. But come what may, one thing is title will stay on the South side! Columnist to Talk at Martha Washington Tea Sally Joy Brown, columnist, will be a guest of the Martha Washing- ton club at a Federation tea to be given tomorrow at p.m. in the Martha Washington Home for Crippled Children, 4448 Michigan ave. Other guests of the club will be Mrs. J. R. Simson, president of the Second district of the Illinois Fed- eration of Women's clubs, and mem- bers of her board. Mrs. Luella R Davis, chairman, will present Mrs Samuel James, who will review "The Nazarene" by Sholem Asch. Gadabout's Notebook home of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Olund, 7514 Blackstone ave.( Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pox. 7945 Prairie ave., celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Couser, 502 E. 74th st., visited their parents in Iowa Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steindler and their two sons. Jack and Bob, of Muskegon spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Altholz, 6755 Cran- don ave. Members of the Diaconate class of the Mission Covenant church were guests Monday evening in the Last Sunday Billie Hoffman, 1621 E. 83rd st., celebrated his 16th birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Carlson, 8045 Crandon ave.. marked their silver wedding anniversary last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schneewind of the Southmoor hotel, 67th st. and Stony Island ave., entertained in honor of Florence Meyer and her fiance Thanksgiving day. Last Tuesday evening members of the Dorcas Bible class held an elec- tion meeting in the home of Mrs. M. A. Anderson, 1749 E. 77th st. Members of the Gideon Bible class held an "election meeting Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fahlstrom, 7748 Michigan ave. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stapleton, 952 E. 80th st., celebrated their first anniversary last Sunday. Larry Trotcky, 7634 Essex ave., celebrated his 10th birthday last Friday. Mrs. Hazel Smith, 7300 South Shore dr., is visiting Mrs. Jack Waller of Rockford, 111. Mrs. Leo Straus, 6742 Ridgeland ave., has returned from the hospital and is convalescing at home. Carl Pokorny, 6755 Crandon ave., celebrated his birthday recently. News of the Churches (Continued from Page 4) Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Dr. Schwiebert will assist Rev. Ar- thur H. Kaub, pastor, in the com- munion ministration. The public is invited to attend the services. Cornell Ave. Church of Christ. "Sin, Its Curse and Death" will ae the topic of Ralph Wilburn, min- ister of the Cornell Ave. Church of 7159 Cornell ave., next Sun- day at 11 a.m. Bible classes will convene at 10 a.m. and the Young People's class at p.m. The sub- ject for the evening service at o'clock will be "The Power of Faith." The newly-formed class in choral training for children under the di- rection of Lois Albright meets every Saturday at 3 pjm. Woodlawn Park M.E. Rev. W. E. Bradburn, pastor of the Woodlawn Park M.E. church, 64th st. and Woodlawn ave., will speak at 11 a.m. next Sunday at the annual thank offering service for the Women's Home Missionary society. Bible night will be celebrated at the o'clock evening service and members of the congregation are requested to bring old Bibles which are in their possession. Dr. Wayne Riddle of the divinity scoool of the University of Chicago will speak on the "Story of the Bible." He will illustrate his talk with old Egyptian manuscripts and old Bibles. MORE ABOUT Housing Expert (Continued from Page 1) use now nearing com- pletion. Property owners still place much too high a value on their holdings in blighted districts. Sir Raymond said. The only way these areas can be rebuilt, he asserted, is by getting land prices down to a much lower level. When this has been done, he said, these down-at-the-heel areas can be planned so that. "breathing spaces" will be readily available to everyone living in the section. "While this may sound difficult to Sir Raymond said, "it is much more easily done in Chi- cago than, for instance, in New York city. There is so much more area here for a population to spread out and breathe in Sir Raymond served as chief ad- viser to the Greater London Region- al Town Planning committee and is a past president of the Town Plan- ning Institute and the Royal Insti- tute of British Architects. Theta Rhos Will Hold Holiday Hop Saturday Members of Theta Rho national sorority will hold a holiday hop Saturday evening in the Chicago Beach hotel. Music Tor the dancing, which will begin at o'clock, will be offered by Mickey Prindl and his orchestra. Mrs. Eleanor Loeshe of Omega chapter is the chairman, assisted by Grace Birkland of Alpha chap- ter, Marie Von Sydow of Iota chap- ter and Gladys Hartford of Nu chapter. Council Fire to Hear Indian Expert Sunday C. J. Albrecht, said to be the only white man ever adopted into the Red Lake band of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota and a member of the Field museum staff, will be the speaker at the opening meeting of the Indian Council Fire at p.m. Sunday at 32 W. Randolph st. Mr. Albrecht will show colored motion pictures of the ceremonies of the Sac and Fox Indians. WOMEN OF MOOSE SET A CONFERENCE Chicago Chapter Is Hostess Unit on Friday Chicago chapter No. 43, Women of the Moose, will be the hostess chapter at a district conference to- morrow at 327 Plymouth ct. Sessions will start at. 10 o'clock in the mom- ing .and will continue throughout the day and evening. Mrs. Sarah Dahl of Chicago Heights, state regent, will conduct ;he conference. Assisting Mrs. Agnes Anson, sen- ior regent, as hostesses at the con- ference will be Mrs. Anna Schraag. 6930 Laflin st.; Mrs. Laura Thurber, 828 W. 62nd st.; Mrs. Mary Hornish, 6712 Laflin st.; Mrs. Ida Hawes, 7920 Rhodes ave.; Mrs. Marie Jenkins, 4335 Wentworth ave., and Mrs, Blanche Schuld, 4117 Wentworth ave SOUTH SIDER IS HOSTESS TO CLUB Social Group Holds Party in Member's Home Mrs. Thomas F. English, 6718 Laflin st., was hostess to the Friend- ship Social club last week at a luncheon and bunco party. Orange and brown table decorations high- lighted a centerpiece of pale yellow mums. Organized a quarter of a century ago, the club includes in its mem- bership list Mrs. Grace Church, 6331 Green st.; Mrs. Anna Organ, 6331 Green St.; Mrs. Mae Johnson, 8610 Constance ave.; Mrs. Margaret Ken- nelly, 7933 Champlain ave.; Mrs. Mae McConnick, 1705 W. 102nd st.; Mrs. Joan Crawford, 700 E. 82nd st.; Mrs. Katherine Butalla. 8616 Bennett ave., and Mrs. English. Other members are Mrs. Martha Arlasky, 8009 Calumet ave.; Mrs. Mae Bloom, 7811 Wabash ave.; Mrs. Mary Hillgarth, 6040 Hoyne ave., and Mrs. Anna Fard, 7129 South Park ave. MORE ABOUT Boy's Drowning (Continued from Page 1) been knocking a golf ball around near the scene of the accident. Mr. Couvert pulled the boy's body out of the pool with a pole he found nearby while others attracted to the scene called the fire department. Although Mr. Couvert applied ar- tificial respiration, work that later was taken up by inhalator squad No. 5, the boy could not be revived Further attempts to revive him were made at the South Shore hospital where his body was taken imme- diately, but these, too, were futile The son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Purcell, James was a student at Hyde Park high school. According to his family, he and his brothers had gone out to play around o'clock and were to have returned home at 4 o'clock for the Thanks- giving dinner. The boy's death brought an ap- peal by Raymond Fox, superinten- dent of the Fitzsimmons, Council company, in charge of the construc- tion of the beach fill along the lake front, for children and adults to stay away from the site of the plant and the beach fill between 75th and 79th sts. Mr. Fox warned residents of the community that innumerable hazards exist in this vicinity while work is going on. Funeral services for the drowning victim were held Monday morning m the chapel at 2038 E. 79th st Burial was in Mt. Carmel cemetery Lew Siegler, 7701 Essex ave was the guest of honor at a surprise party held Tuesday evening in Colo- simo's. Mr. Siegler will leave to make his home in California in the near future. Olive Chapter of O.E.S. Sets Date For Its Bazaar Annual Event Will Be Held Here on Decem- ber 7. _____ Olive chapter. No. 179, Order of the Eastern Star, is making prep- arations for its annual holiday ba- zaar to be held Thursday, Decem- ber 7, in the Midway Masonic temple. 6115 Cottage Grove ave. Beatrice Petty is general chairman. Hattie W. Jacobson, 5715 Kiln- bark ave., was installed as worthy matron of the chapter at installa- tion ceremonies held recently. In- ducted into the office of worthy patron was Roy M. Lehmann, 7847 St. Lawrence ave. Take Office. Others who officially took office were Elizabeth Wendt, associate matron; Ota Wright, secretary; Marie Bowden, treasurer; Ada Johnson, conductress; Madeline Stephans, associate conductress; Elizabeth Firehook Connelley, chap- lain; Esther Nelson, marshal; Lola Southwick, organist; the five points of the star, including Stella Arndt, Adah; Margaret Kline, Ruth; Erma Sauer, Esther; Nell Zindel, Martha; Estella Wood. Electa; Serena Kers, warder; Lars I. Johnson, sentinel, and Florence Mathews, instructress. Installing Officer. 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