Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on September 30, 1970 · Page 9
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 9

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 30, 1970
Page 9
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1970, PAGE 9 Music, Theatre And The Arts by Ruth Geils VILLAGE PLAYERS Two Forest Parkers will be featured when the Oak Park Village Players open the 1970-71 adult season with two one-act plays on October 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17. DAM BLEGEN will play "Adam" In Mark Twain's story of Adam and Eve titled "Apple Tree." Mr. Blegen has appeared at Con- cordla Teachers College In several plays. MIKE WEBER will play "Schuppazlgh" In the Players' presentation of Black Comedy, an Ingenious farce written by Peter Shaffer. Both plays will be directed by Vincent Weber of Oak Park at the Studio Theatre, 441 South Blvd., Oak Park. Reservations for the $2.50 seats may be made by calling 383-9829. CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY CONCERTS ROGER BROWN of Forest Park will play French horn In the DuPage Brass Quintet to be featured In the season's second concert on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 12:15 P.M. The concerts will be held each Saturday at the same time, starting October 10th In the auditorium of the Central Library, Randolph and Michigan, The performers are among Chicago's finest musicians and admission is free. The Aeolian Fnsemble will open the season on the 10th with works by Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. THE JAPANESE FILM WEEK opens October 2nd at 3 Penny Cinema, 2424 N. Lincoln AVe. The Film Week Is composed of twelve Japanese feature films, each to be shown one time only. Tickets are $2.00 per performance or $10.00 for the series of seven performances. Write P.O.B. 4566, Chicago 60680 for a booklet with cast listings and film summaries, or call the Festival office at 644-3400. COLUMBIA ARTS FESTIVAL Three performances of the Coldstream Guards Band plus pipes, drums and dancers of the Black Watch regiment will rock the rafters of Chicago Stadium on Oct. 9-10-11. The Friday and Saturday shows start at 8:30 and on Friday evening children will be admftted for half-price. Sunday's matinee Is at 2:00 P.M. When the Coldstream Guards band was officially formed back in 1785, one "serpent" was included in the 12-jjiece instrumentation. Today the Band numbers more than 70 members playing "every instrument thai can be played in a band EXCEPT a serpent"-which, by the way, is an obsolete bass wind instrument' Sounds like exciting entertainment and veil worth going downtown. VII LAGE VOCAL CHORDS Our town's favorite ladles- baiberb'.bp chorus *as very rrucl- apparent during Gktoberfes* lays orpine appreciative r.owdsfoi their informal a'.ptaranceb or. V.adis, . Street Saturdaj night and Sunday afternoon. Or. Saturday afternoon, the SKGLTOM.S quit• tft braved the wintry t/.asts and E a\t- a barbershop j.rev.ew .<- f i,ard> souls uho showed jp car.yn: sample th.t a; d goodies. ART'S BARBER SHOP O:. Raiiuoip'i. 2 b.oct.b \\. of Harlem fc 2i. MAHENOO AVL. "-oii'St Park 2 EXPERT in all All Styles. 7 DBVS 'TIL SALE DATES: Thurs., Oct. 1 thru Sat., Oct. 3 EVERYDAY OPEN until Midnight "For Unsurpassed Dining" •STEAKS 'CHICKEN 'SEAFOOD • SMORGASBORD • COCKTAILS lUSINESSMEN'S SMOHGASIORO LUNCHEONS NEV ORLEANS DINING ROOM A i !.*..» nit ing tor o "i.'fiff out- Hit a- ' otgaa minlc BOUR-'JON ST. BAR Ifftrr* hltndt ditioM l,t /'n» coclfo//i SKYLINE LOUNGR for a plcllflflf ond rtloiiitg t»*< nlng In c " COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE for all Occaiioni ES 9-1424 Corner of CHICAGO AVI. & PA.HKSIDE PHONE: ES 9-1424; FO 6-3794 •^ v .-.*,.etOSED MONDAY'EVENma > ' f » Wonzer's O/de Chicago ICE CREAM Assorted Flavors 79c ^ Ga '- few Heinz KETCHUP ! Fancy Red DEL/C/OUS APPLES Horme/ SP/CED HAM Sliced ALL MEAT WIENERS f 23C i 14 oz. bti. f I ^^^^^^^ E (Homemade POTATO SALAD Get them while you shop! AMERICAN EXPRESS Pay all your bills with "THE SAFE MONEY" f 7529 ROOSEVELT ROAD FOREST PARK Ample OPEN DAILY UNT . IL MIDNIGHJ FREE PARKING S(JN '^HOLIDAYS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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