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Arlington Heights Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Arlington Heights, Illinois Arlington Heights Herald a volume 23, number 43 published by by Pondu by a tired is second class matter under set of a i. I not on h i Kihl Sill. Friday june 23, 1950 p Airlock Public at top i Ai Arch 3. 1879. At Arlington height. In. 4 sections a 28 pages $3.00 per Yea Arlington Heights 1950-51 budget is 5271,5501950 is greatest year in Arlington building m previous yearly records broken 300 sign for in first five months of 1950 swim lessons flying saucers optimistic Village officials Ana citizens generally never thought that there could be As much building in Arlington Heights As there promises to be this year. The permits of the first five months of 1950 exceed the yearly totals of 1947, 48 or 49. Two Hundred Homes during a 12 month period have Pool this summer 200 of which i Are beginners. This response according to Alfred Blume who is in charge of the swimming pro i Tram is Way Over the estimated at Heights Pool Over 300 youngsters have signed up for the free swimming lessons at Arlington Heights been considered something to talk about. The total for the january re May 31 period is 223. A indications Are a stated commissioner Ahmer a that june will be another half million Dollar record those 223 Home building permits issued prior to june i total 52,-833,800. The May permits for All rezone site for vow proposed club House Arlington height vow will ing to the following schedule Ive the Green Light on the right announced by Alfred Blume. I enrolment. This swimming program is being brought to the Arlington Pool through the cooperation of the Chicago chapter red Cross. Which is furnishing qualified 1 water safety instructors to Aid in the program. Classes will begin monday june 26, and will continue throughout the summer Accord purposes total $889,390. They i a ave the a a amp a a a. A. Include in addition to Home k cart it a club House at Yale Classis for boys will be be la building the new St. And Northwest Highway As soon mondays wednesday and in ing Allu 1,1 Xvi of id a ,.church $250,000 a factory build required ordinance is Days from to to 12 30 Oclock and my to Cost $58,000 and $32,790 j q the classes fur girls will be on repairs alterations Etc. I Arlington Heights Village dads tuesdays thursdays and Satur Ondov night instructed the Vil. Days from to to 1.30 o clock. The grand total for ail per a monday night mits for the five months is near a it i in Nunra. In four million dollars a a a v cii11uiw1 the five months Home build the property to a commercial Vio ulv enrolled to encourage ing total is a Quot a a la a a january Lage attorn a Hugo j. Thai to Blume urges the parents draw up the ordinance rezoning of children who have not pre february March april May i 106 36 to 40 the ordinance will have a inc youngsters to take Advant i Oil Jas clause stating that in event the a a age of this Opportunity to learn a in property is sold before the pres swim. He announced that an in non ent owners Arlington height achievement trophy will be give r7ri/w veterans of foreign wars Post in by the Chicago Herald Ani j4o,1uu 9b1 build on it it win revert can sports department to both 24 of Voic Arlington Heights Village Board passed an appropriation ordinance monday night with a 1950-51 budget figure of $271,550, which is an increase of $45,000 Over the 1949-o0 budget of $231,270. The major increases Are funds for Purchase of a new Reservoir site additional members of police department in _ creased salaries squad cars Purchase of additional land for sewage treatment Plant extra tree trimming costs due to the big storm changes want and deadline advanced to 10 a. In. Seven of the May Homes Are to jts or Gina classification. Once the but and the girl under 15 for private owners. Balance air building is begun it will be years of age enrolled in the in rat Feltl Afi Hytlon being erected by builders. The permanently commercial. Winners class w to makes the us l i will Wuu Lilii number beings erected by them residents in the 600 Block most improvement under the$53 000 bolts is Are a. C. Jacobs i Guob Mimer h. R. Jacobsen o i on n. Belmont ave. Were present summer program there have been Many 5 at monday nights Board met Ting i Hurt have hit a we t to Protea having to pair a Side Tault Katf smrt Adul _ a in on the West Side of that lessons. In order _ or. Beginner single family 3 built to plat Survey shows class at least 15 or 20 adults which or. Besieger 4-units log of that Block does not would have to sign up. A ton prefer Community builders j rf.m1t Village Parkway Tati pc night. Wednesday from i i. T to allow the erection of a Side to 8 p in., has been set and in room addition. I a a nmn Wollod Cost $10 for six win e Trude 7 have sufficient Village Parkway Johnson amp Bidderman Chicago steel Paul Petersen private owners and site Homes Are Wolf Hacke 612 n. Douglas two Homes at 703 and 709 Pine. Martin Wolf 2105 e. Euclid. We. Bakula 1114 Chestnut. Alex stopped 121 s. Dunton. Goo. Elie f sen 646 s. Evergreen. Ray Krambeer 921 n. Vail. Commissioner Ahmer has been forced to establish office an estimate on both he can Only be reached morn it to re gave their Ings at the municipal building. Afternoons he Wall spend in the w10. U. Field. It is no easy Job to keep a letter from Robert Check on 200 or More Homes that Al in regard to the pollution of Are in Progress of construction j Weller Creek was read aloud. Pomp Arison figures of the 11 inquired As to what the Vil comparison Fig it of int Donc a regards to average Cost of Homes for which j la ligation Nanri May permits we that Arlington Heights leads All in # _ _ a Dutt swimming 1 school District 24 has called to to organize a j social election for july 15 at four propositions will be outed to the voters. A Thongv to build a two Arlington Lions club presents Jones $1,000 for International City kids overflow Park program at Arlington response to the first week of organized recreation of the Arlington Heights Park District has been very Good. The boys softball and baseball classes have averaged about 90 each morning Writh just Over too present tuesday of this week. The Park we ill sponsor teams from the midget group Ages 7-10 the intermediate group fourth fifth and sixth graders a team of seventh and eighth graders Olus a Junior legion Ball team. I practice for the latter group will be every afternoon at 1 30. According to director Buss Attis. Girls softball is also in the i offing with interested girls org j cd to join the softball and play 1 j round club meetings monday wednesday and Friday from to 1 la of clock. This is for girls nine years old and Over. Tennis turnout has been so unexpectedly Large according to director Midge Bentley that instruction classes have j Boon increased to six Days a week. Boys nine years and under will meet at the courts monday wednesday and Friday at 8 45 a. In. Girls 9-12 years of age Are re every civic organization in w a Back when Story this Quested to Al a \ t�?�fs"av2 Arlington Heights is asked to week teus about the Organiza thursday and saturday at b.4o Bave a representative attend a on 0f Arlington Heights 67 the Constable re month and every. Was acquired to a-j1?. Even on the offer of a local organi q $3m lax. A at least the 9 15 cd a in a cation to assume sponsorship of a it do not have to pay that Day and saturday will by set youth Center and Transfer today. A was the comment due to the increased advertising and number of pages in the various editions of this paper the dead inc for want advertisements in paddock publications has been necessarily advanced to to a. In. Wednesday. Production schedule requires the deadline be strictly followed. The publishers ask the operation of advertisers. Five Telephone trunk lines Are available for phone Calls by calling Arlington Heights 1520 or Palatine to. To act monday on Transfer of youth Center in municipal building when the Library moves out revision and printing of new code preparing revised and comp Rehns i Ive Village plan Library Bonds $4,000 and increased Library services. $45,000 increase sounds big but the increase in number of Homes and residents require and i Dit ional services on the part of the Village. A considerable part of the budget does not come out of taxes. The Normal earnings of 1 the Village amount to fifty percent of the budget. Last year the total expenditures of the Village was $208,000. It general tax receipts were Only half that amount. A it is just like a growing bus i iness Quot stated mayor Goedke. A the More business that a store does the More it must spend tor goods to sell and for clerk one of the major requirements is $17,500 for Purchase of additional land for treatment Plant and water Reservoir. 2. Issue $53,000 in Bonds. Board Wiki Hurvy in lilt Rui j i into Tnp a a hits lit St which he plans to improve few ogs the fat Tho same a Beverley ave. He a a a a a. A Tes Jons or i a a a a heard com ullage ser it View _ _ _ a revised International City at the tues handicraft classes Are to Arlington Heights including inn Ltd code a Ith Allaf the a Dav night meeting. A letter a h morning at 9 a. In. I 1 pious a. Fell As social Cee. Quire ments done up in one from lion n m Lattof was read of a a i House organizations that have Heen package. A a the new budget pro Quot a a a lot the fieldhouse. ,. Vear Are in 3>000 or that Purow. Additional room is need Arious Village depart present the building uses the Council an office and a desk. In to All Young people of High when the Library moves out school age is directed by com j the upper floor May become the potent advisers and has provided Council chamber with the entire the right kind of social life for lower floor for municipal 01-Young people within the Arling ices. At present Arlington ton Heights High school. The Heights is the Only Village in and farm owners. Randag and Alfred Jasper. The sell out ringside understood that the cur contribution Over $1,000, Choc a seats still available to tows Clearing up this situation and insisted that action must be Tak Northwest towns except Park j to Nib it Quot a Jard informed Himel Ridge. Rile figures ale who was present of the recent we rage a. A Park Ridge 47 Homes $15,412 Ari. Hts., 40 Homes 13,703 Des Plaine 64 Homes 11,185 it. Prospect 36 Homes 10,743 Bensenville 5 Homes 12,800 Palatine 23 Homes 9,164 government Grant it had re Civ crop Saver firm starts building in Arlington paid tribute to Lions Walter the wrestling exhibition to be Park District furnishes the Quad these Pali that does not. Pro Karstens. A Bill Reese or. H. Held june 28 under the sponsor i ters for the Center during the a de its mayor with a Quot office of a if # at a i m i ant Crit c he m tint use his Home Amine the school is so crowded that this fall 20 children will by it it goers we us in a a a a Nuriu a Luhv a a a a a a re a a a a a _ ,. J i p to the Prospect Heights school. G Dunn and Harry Knaack. All ship of the Arlington Heights school yes a he a just is a no no. �?o--11 mrs. Tuttle Hopes that there room for that to this spots. Read the details can _ 15 where the appropriation ordinance is. Pub mailed ii slice in full. Two seriously injured in Palatine Auto Accident the club and praised Arlington a Ever. Lien Carlew cr., chair resent i Erc a Heights As not Only wag the j�"1 Quot known a a Atea. Noisiest but on it of the big p p Tho rim Arlington Heights Corr clubs in the state tickets Are As Rood As the ring Arlington Heights Community Side seats Council acts As a Clearing Hou ill amm o until the mulches to be held at the j for civic activities of All local Ollow John Schroc Der of Arlington Airport apartments and mrs. Al i find Watt of Brinker Road. Bared to use in drawing up plans construction has started on a .ycturdav8 afternoon on Road and landed almost on top High school athletic Field Are i organizations. As such ii pcs for a new sewerage treatment factory building on East Davis Roux. J40f the Watt car. All a top notch Quot exhibitions with fostered Many Community a ii Plant and also told him that the the Arlington treatment Imp Watt wus travelling North i jurists were Able to remove j Hans Schnabel and Walter pal cities not the Tost it of which s Village Engineer was now Busy Plant for the crop sever chem in a maj armr a it in. Boh Drivere. Who were taken to Mer meeting in the wind up sex been the youth Center preparing these plans. They Clai co., 3all Potomac ave., Maon was on his Way Home from the Palatine Community hos. Hibi Tion one hour time limit 2 it i. Promised to do the Best they Tago. Nine Homes were built in bar i Pou d so m posse blk the 3 an Ray c i Forest ave. Property owners i tween thirteen s19,. L dul 11 in 21 last year the Council raised delights visitors and fourteen i Woodstock Quot when in a inc the Pital mrs. Watt was later re a out of 3 Falls and an australian nearly $4 too for a two year Bud the building will have be curve at he intersection of the moved to the Evanston Hospital tag team match with the team get of the youth Cerite f the Arlington Heights first Home sponsorship of a of Commerce expectations of and the general Idene e1 resting nearly Quot a an a. K to build prof Eidos for Protection of crops. Enee costing nearly . On the lobs Drevlou Slyh. for i because of the nature of the in n ii. Onri w his Homes exceed such Homes by the Village Board business the Village of Arlington trance not a Aii Fotr Paul la a Mand for he Homes exceed members As Well As and the state sanitary Board tick la ail uni Lull wll Xvi i to Lull in. Supply All completed mayor Albert w. Goedke have made an exhaustive invest Iea r school pupils living Over ii Miles demand the surf a Mavor Homes Are sold As Well As Horner the a a Sample prefab ton of the systems used now under construction Home and found it to be Nice handling dust and waste mater the Businger organization looking and of excellent work gals. The state investigators vis which is constructing too Homes mans i j i cd the Piant in Chicago and in Scarsdale has a waiting list a a a in. A Given its approval to the for those Homes. Attorney Thal was in v Pye t wastes will the Board of education 01. Alter a Nooi opens 10 in v. J erected to draw up a lease Quot Ponta Hirtus the Village District 25, Arlington Heights being Over 1h Miles from their to him i n,.natintn Uriah fun Phi Palm Ann be no injurious to Iii. Pkwy inn luge than aval a summer night s dream dance tomorrow a 1 negotiate with the Chicago and be no injurious i t treat mint giant maims Yuhai Wori. Of alien once estimates vary new package liquor store Ari the where with All to operate thousand. The in ton Bowling lanes lohrs the Outh Center. Merchants entering Dis i pharmacy Arlington Bontery before a Check for the plays Are Happy w Ith the re i and the Bun Franklin store All can he legally issued it caption of the visitors of whom have helped much in. Necessary that the member a a a %. _ a. In a Al 4 x a _ a i Community Council such a ments overheard by the roving reporter. A a it a surprising to see what we have in our Home town when you get it All together like the Advance sales of tickets of the Community Frank Sesterhenn 316 w. Haw authorize the Transfer Thorne St., is the ticket sales taken w Hen toe opinions of the Public Are Best found in these Cohen the $16, chairman and All requests for a Library memorial fund was the Board of education of \ after school opens to All children Supply of tickets should be made transferred. Pc a �?11�?a�? Iii from to Cir to Hun. George n. Tuttle presi Northwestern Railroad for use As treatment Plant or to the Waters Village parking areas of the rail re f that firm is Road Parks exclusive from the j f. Rogers of that firm i it has announced that beginning school. Children living less than available ticket so Dent and the other officers want a grand How. a aaied in september free transportation i Miles from their school May Sale the night at 7to n the special meeting called for at the size and elaborate Ness of will be provided for children Liv ride the bus. Their transport at the athletic Field at <.30 parts being leased by the Park flu him Reoda. Presi j school june 23, Board. Rdc nth of Arlington ing Over 12 Miles from their Tion should be a ringed directly m. A 2. A kor in it it Neroni with la Harvel 1.1 dont. Is building a Home South of j by the Parent with the Harvel lion members Are urged to re con Telephone Arlington Heights port at the High tues Lac Tram no fireworks to be sold or used in Arlington Heights Palatine. A contract for this transport 2.�?o Thuc St of thci7 transports Day. June 27, at 7 30 p. M. To Atte Ndaw it of delegates from the seating and no so 4u_ Olivir Organiza i Tion has been awarded the mar j a which or paid by the arrange the seating Al motor coach company of a of no t it fur Vel will continue wednesday afternoon Arlington Heights which has of it the Rales approved by uie ll-1 in. To arrange the rated a school bus schedule i is Commerce commis chairs. Cool weather but 440 still swim on opening Day of Pool Ari crated at 1 30 p. I the majority of civic organza ring Side Hans. Viu Itu a a Iii. Ul12. Ii noun state Commerce commis in airs. U pm privately for the past several of the Harvoj franchise. The lion will have As special no dui Suim Crit lots Vimini a Tho Arr get t i a Milf Lyl amp Tell f a a tomorrow night promises to be a gala evening when the Arlington Heights Junior woman a club takes Over the it. Prospect country club at 9 p. In. For their a summer nights dream Quot dance. Music will be provided by Howy Wendt and his orchestra and the tickets which Are $3.00 per mayor Albert w. Goedke again couple May be purchased from reminds the people of Arlington any club member or at the door j Heights that fireworks Are not the night of the dance. The decorations will be unus Ual and will be a pleasant sur prise to All those attending the dance. Formal dress is optional. _ chairmen for the dance Are in an interview with the her the water which was Only about mrs Edward Crofoot who is in Ald the mayor said a we have degrees. The wading Pool charge of decorations and mrs. Had an excellent safety Reed d was Lull of toddling tykes who Don Winkelman who is in w Ith no serious accidents caused also preferred playing in water charge of a portion _. W r the dance will be put into a that record. We solicit the co the record opening Day at Jar ghz school adjoining the the form Quot for the Quot examinations rence. Gates Osenat 5jp< a Voith be j award tickets w7as not push a i never knew we could buy this at a we Hope you make this a annual j a stills is a wonderful Community project Good for All of toe 1950 show has set the pattern for future events. The 1951 show can be twice As Large passed As the new gymnasium will be night re three times As Large Quiring Home builders to agree some we not wiring to also construct sidewalks in to wait for the award of a least i i Flint and if on a Comer on the or. It was left on the stage truck gardeners picnic to Beer lot. Exiting walk behind a curtain. When Secre this saturday night damaged in the Home construct tary Schwengels went to get bus routes will be announced done at the supt a Intendente a of annual picnic of the Cook Ion must be replaced. 1 la ast a. G later which will be planned to fice in the South school during county truck gardeners and an ordinance cover All outlying parts of the die summer months. Kindergan armers Atolia Ion is set for authorizing of w i ticket sales. J by fireworks Here and every of to Oemig an onlooker because i to utto its Quot Enott mess a Over go mind ask a Disson 41 co. Ion of the proceeds from fort win be made mail in Oft the it re opening Dav at North Chuoi and to the new examination before registering. Nue Between Montrose and Law who Are toe successful bidders we ill be put into a that record. We solicit the co int record opening a it a Junior hich school adjoining the to form for these examinations rence. Gates open at fund to help defray expenses in operation of All to make this Tendance passed 1.000 one it school i can be secured by calling the i admission set at 75 connection with sending a Dele another Safe and sane fourth of when extremely warm weather d a office Arrngton will be furnished by Gate to the National women s made everyone eager for a arrangements Wal be made Spennie Noesis Siuw Muir. It a club convention in May 1951. Regardless of How successful the Home show was As a promotion for those chamber of Commerce members who had a exhibits the financial returns these Quot ordinances and the a i w Ere disappointing. The Sale of 6-30 made everyone eager Chance to Cool off. To Issue school bus passes soon Heights 2142 melodies. Section of this paper. Who just let George do it

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