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April 5, 1962

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for the Mother and the new baby We're specialist* in traditional and novel floral arrangements for new mothers and their heirs and heireweg. Let us help you select a floral gift for them. PRICES FROM We Mod New Biby flowwi anywhere £ usse s ewers HOURS: Man. . $«. I i.m. . A p.m. Sun. 10 ».m. . 12:30 p.m. Elm St. Evergreen Ave. (I block l«if of W.t.r Tewtr) Mt. Proipect Phone: 259-2210 Village Endorses Car Safety Plan Acting unanimously on · motion by Trustee William Moore, the Arlington Heights V i 11 age BoaiM Monday night endorsed · plan of the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club and village safety council to hold an auto safety check this spring. In a letter to the board, W. Curt Kenyon, chairman of both the Chamber and Lions safety THURS., APRIL 5, 1962 committees, asked village approval for the safety lane, set for the first three Saturdays in Ma - May 5, 12 and 19 -from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Moore made a motion that the boa. ' officially endorse the project and urge all village motorists to participate and take advantage of the a u t o safety check. KENYON said no charge will be made for the safety check, which will utilize facilities to be 'made available by the Arlington Fender and Body Company. A safety check sticker will be given to those cars passing the test. "You will recall sometime Children to Hunt Eggs At 2 Parks The Easter Bunny -- with the help of local Camp Fire Girls and the park district -- will be l hiding Easter eggs later this month at Pioneer and Recreation parks in Arlington Heights, On Saturday, April 21, the park district will sponsor the first annual Easter egg hunt at both parks, with activities getting underway at 10 a.m. Children nine years of age or under will meet at either park, each park. The Camp Fire and a short program will be presented while the Easter bunny and his helpers hide the eggs. SEVERAL specially m a r k e d eggs will be hidden, and their finders rewarded with a prize. The park district is planning to hide some 50 dozen eggs at LAWN FERTILIZER 10- 10-10 SPECIAL Hilt weekend Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday $069 2 50-lb. Bag KEBSTNG'S GARDEN CENTER rVicts bent tor* --· Jta/std tlitwhtr* CL 3-6133 421 N. Main St. Mt. Prospect Saturday t a.m. t* 6 p.m., eptn Sunday 9 a.m. 'til 4 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Girls will help color and hide them. In case of baa weather, the hunt will be held Monday, April ago this safety check lane was made available through t h e Lions Club and very little promotion was given," kenyon wrote. "In spite of this we had almost 100 cars tested." ' Kenyon said the project will be promoted heavily this year and asked the village's official support ''to make the project a success and we hope, Arlington Heights a safer town." (A Q. Is there any way that one can possibly rinse one's fingers at the table if no fingerbowl has been provided? A. It is permissible to tip the water glass against the corner WNWC Contest Finalist Mission Study Day At Our Saviours "The Christian Mission in Latin America" will be the theme of the mission study day Tuesday, April 10, at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, Arlington Heights, according to the cochairmen, Mrs. David Bartlett and Mrs. Robert Wolff. The program will begin at 10 a.m. and continue until 2 30 p.m. with a nursery provided from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Three films will be shown and S t a t i s Inc. program, of the napkin, and then wipejlage of Arlington Heights and 23. ( A ' the fingers on this damp corner Free Chest X Rays Here on April 24 Free chest X-rays will be of-| fered residents of this com-1 natal, or licensing purposes, as munity, Tuesday, April 24 when ! we n as those who have not Radio Station WNWC of Arlington Heights was a finalist! this week in a Radio-Television! m n - o f t h h h ffl History Contest sponsored b y | t i c m ^ m ^ the American Association for,^,, precede the luncheon fea . turing Latin American foods served by Mrs. Gust Hermanson and her committee Also on the program will be a sextet of guild members, Mrs. Wolff, 1 Mrs. James Garrison, Mrs. Herbert Ewald, Mrs. William Hawkins, Mrs Albert Roggen- i buck and Mrs Kenneth Kiienst- ! ler Accompanist will be Mrs. Nehille Quam oncers in Progress," produced last fall in connection with the 125th anniversary of the vil- in cooperation with the local historical society, was entered in the contesi's radio category. The winning programs were judged by Bruce Catton, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and editor of American Heritage magazine; John A. Garraty, professor of history at Colum-1 bia university, and Eric F. Goldman, professor of history a t ' Princeton university. | The winner in the radio cate- a mobile X-ray unit is parked | checked their chests for tuber-' g orv was Station WSB, Atlanta, at the Village Hall, 101 W Da- j cu i os i s within the past year j G *»- vis St., Arlington Heights. THIS X-RAY is also available! to persons needing diagnostic (14x17) X-rays as follow-up to X-raying hours are from noon to 6 p.m. The mobile X-ray unit intended to serve as an adjunct to the routine community, industry, and food handler surveys conducted yearly in various parts of suburban Cook County will again be available for 70 mm. survey X-rays for persons who need such X-rays for pre- employment, pre-marital, pre- Fr. Sattler At St. James On April 15 sett th« pace for men with handsome fabrics and superb tailoring. Fit, comfort and styling ·re Keynotes in the man's world at Zayre. tfo wonder "men on the way up" shop Zayre, where quality cottt leas. It's guaranteed! Sport Coats, Lightweight...9." Dress Slacks, K)0% wool worsted...8. M Drat Shirts, long or short sleeves ...2.** Sport Shirts, long or tkort sleeves... 2.* Tiu, nllt reppi, jacmuirde, foulards..A.* suspicious signs found in small film surveys. The service is being provided by the Suburban Cook County Tuberculosis Sanitarium D i strict in cooperation with the Christmas Seal - supported Tuberculosis Institute of Chicago' and Cook County and mumci-J Fr Peter Gerard Sattler, pla health departments (A'CSSR, will conduct the St James Catho 1 i c Women's ·uild's Day of Recollection Sunday, April 15 from 1 to 4 m. at the church, 821 N State Road, Arlington Heights A native from Chicago and St Alphonsus Parish, Fr. Sattler entered the seminary in 1923 Marlcet Place -- Junction Routes 58 and 83, Golf d Elmhurst Rds. Open Monday thru Saturday 10 a,m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. -- Plenty of Free Parking New Machine For Voters On Display A unique new method of automatic voting is on display this week only, April 2-7. in the front lobby of Arlington Heights Federal Sa\ ings a nd Loan Association. 25 E Campbell St This Shoup Voting Machine has red, amber, and green light attachments that signify whether the citizen is \otmg properly. It will be used in the April 10 elections in Wheeling Township only, according to County Clerk Edward G Barrett THIS IS the first public demonstration of the new machine Each voter in Wheeling Township will receive his own plastic card to be inserted into the \ machine when voting If he attempts to vote in the wrong precinct or to v o t e twice, the red light goes on and a warning bell sounds, Mrs Herman Koeneman, 908 Fernandez, Arlington Heights, will be on hand m the Federal Savings lobby from 6 to 9 p m Thursday and Friday eveings and from 9 to 12 noon Saturday to demonstrate the machine to the public. (A factory puthoriied SPECIALS! ^ lralor , rentals, floor m c de, s used oroons ' STARLET Salt 5S500 54900 925 00 795.00 105500 929.50 EASY TERMS ART VAN DAMME MUSIC STUDIOS 960 E. Northwest Hwy. Mount Prospect CL 9-0250 - 0251 Open Won to Fn 1 30 · 9 p m., Saturdays 10 a m - 5 p m . After studying at Kirkw o o ci, Mo and Immaculate Concep- 1 tion Seminary in Oconomowoc, Wis , he taught for 14 years at St Joseph College and at Web-, ster College for Women for nine . ears HE WAS appointed pastor of St. Jospeh parish in Wichita, and after six years was transferred to Rock Church in St Louis, where he had a weekly radio broadcast His present position is retreat director at Villa Redeemer in Glenview, where he has been stationed since 1958. (A Detonate. Pronounce dett-oh- nait, accent on first syllable Malapropos (unseason a b l e ) Pronounce maal - app-roh - po, principal accent on final syllable Baby Essentials EASTER TOGS n\K\ TOUDLElt GIRL R BOY F O SPORTSWEAR SELECTION INFANTS THKI' SIZE 14 NVT1OXAI. BRANDS I MVEKSALLY I'KK Kl COLOR -- STYLE -- FABRICS FULL DEPT. OF MATERNITY ITEMS The Stafford Shop INFANTS -- CHILDREN'S -- MATERNITY APPAREL 19 E. PrnsiHot -- CL !-4993 -- Mount Prospect Open Friday to 9 p.m. It's a Crabgrass Preventer · It's a Complete Lawn Food with CRABGRASS PREVENTER New Thrive with Crabgrass Preventer: · destroys crabgrabs before it appears. · gives your lawn a complete feeding--all the nutrients for vigorous lawn growth. · covers 2000 square feet, handy 15-pound bag, has no unpleasant odor. · costs less to do both jobs than some crabgrass killers alone. Ask for new Thrive with Crabgrass Preventer. KERSTING'S GARDEN CENTER CL 3-6833 621 N. Main St.. Mt. Prospect Saturday 8 J.m.-S p.m. Open Sunday 9 a.m. 'til 4 p.m. Mon, Thurs. I Fn. 9 a.m -8 p.m. Prices born here Raited elsewhere