Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 7, 1970 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1970
Page 10
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Friends Of The Library The Friends of the Library will meet Thursday evening, Oct. 15th with a speaker from the John J. Madden Mental Health Center at Hlnes, Illinois. He will describe the servicesavailabletoihecom- iminlty offered by this facility of the State Mental Health Department. Serving on the committee for the month will be Mr. and Mrs. Emll Zunker, Mrs. A. Havemenn, Mr. and Mrs. John Scotton, Mrs. J. P. Cummlngs, Miss Tonle Terrana and Mrs. Gladys McCathren. The Friends of the Library Is a service group that has been of great help to the library over the past 27 years that the group has been in existence. Dues are $1,00 per year and meetings are the third Thursday of each month. Guests are welcome. VFW LADIES AUXILIARY #7181 Saturday, October 17th 9 to 1 p.m. 7508 Madison St. PLAY THE NUMBERS no oo see Rick Archambault OLDSMOBILE CITY 715 So. 5th Ave. Fl 3-6000 CO 1-2978 Career Exploration Begins At Proviso East The Career Exploration program of Proviso East high school offers students the opportunity to investigate a variety of occupations and vocations throughout the school year, beginning early in October. Open to all classes, freshmen through senior, tMs service was Initiated in the spring of 1968 and is being continued because of student interest. Conferences are conducted by representatives of business, Industry and staff members of Triton Junior College. They are scheduled two or three days each week during the lunch-study periods. Notices of specific conferences are posted weekly in study halls and announced through the daily bulletin and in counseling classes. Students request acon- ference admittance form from their counselor. October conferences scheduled include fire science, auto mechanics, nursing, U.S. Air Force, destlstry, etc. Business and Industry representatives who wish to participate in the program are invited to telephone Dan Helntz, Vocational Counselor, at 344-7000, Ext. 297, on any day school is in session. FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 12 Forest Park Tops Mindstickers Do you need to lose weight? Are you tired of the way you look? Have you outgrown last winter's clothes? Join our group and find strength in numbers. A queen is chosen every week for the most weight lost. Meetings are held at the Forest Park park building every Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Guests are welcome. Anyone Interested In joining should come on Wednesday and taik to our leader, Rosalie Sweeney. Forest Park Mindstlckers had their Tops Area Recognition Day on April 10, 1970 at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Tops members who have reached their goal within a years time, graduated to K.O.P.S. (Kops) degree. This means Kept Off Pounds Sensibly. The five Kops graduates were L. to R. Mary Mijares, Clara Weiss, Rosemary Godek, Doris Eckman and Gerry Bauer. The leader during that year was Diane Gailina. Total number of pounds lost among the five graduates was 156 pounds. READ REVIEW \fouVe got the sun at night with an electric dryer. tun Wllllel ill s r.iiii i ir shine dryer i;l\ es V drying ,it (lie Re.ismi. Heitru is the heat like tin 1 sun s gentle, even, radiant warm thai dries everything, HU likliny mir.iele labius, suit ,mJ wrinkle-tree. Commonwealth Eclison Company Electric ilryers. They still cost up to $40 less. Personal ARE YOU A GAL WHO LIKES TO SING? We need you. When you hear those chords ringing, you'll know you need us. Call 771-5465. HAVE A LANDLORD ART CARLSON, Jr. 7439'/ 2 Madison St. Forest Park 366-3779

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