Proclamation FIFE PREVENTION WEEK - OCTOBER 4 to 10, 1970 WHEREAS, each year In our nation fires cause thousands of deaths, and the loss of countless homes, businesses, and Industries, and WHEREAS, in many instances, fires are preventable, and WHEREAS, the wasteful loss of life and damages to property has a serious effect upon the social and economic life of our Village, THEREFORE, I, EARL R, WITT, Mayor of the Village of Forest Park do hereby designate the week beginning October 4th,1970, as Fire Prevention Week and urge the people of Forest Park to assist tt.3 Village, State, and National Governments, to eliminate fires in homes, businesses and Industries, and to stamp out fires, a dreaded killer of people and property. Signed: par I R. Witt Mayor PREVENTION j/WEEK i •nt^^t^^XI October4-10 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK DISPLAY IN THE OFFICE OF FRED ROSE, TOWNSHIP CLERK AT 7508 MADISON STREET. tt tarried Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dryfhout of Forest Park announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann to Morris E. Hurley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Hurley, Jr. of Berkeley, Calif. The ceremony was held Aug. 7th in the First Christian Reformed Church of Cicero with the pastor Rev. J. T. Ebbers officiating, assisted by Rev. K. Smartt of Hopewell, Va. The bride was attended by her two sisters, Mrs. E. P. Syens and Mrs. D. Bredeweg of Lake Worth, Florida and a friend, Mrs. L. Lester of Lapeer, Mich. The best man was Mr. Scott Giese of Hopewell, Va. Ushers were Mr, D. Bredeweg and Mr. George Leigh of Hopewell, Va. The bride wore an Ivory taffeta faille dress trimmed with alencon lace. She carried white roses and stephanotis. Blue crepe dresses were worn bythebride's attendants and they carried old fashioned bouquets of garden flowers. The couple is now residing in Hopewell, Va. where Morris Is stationed in the Air Force and Judith is teaching in Junior High at West End Christ- Ian School. FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 14 CROSSWORD » » » By A. C. Cordon ACII OSS I - Jerky motion 4 - Sliecp "talk' Act of kindness I 1 - Skeletal pan 12 The meat of a manuscript l-l - Decay |S Indicate- scorn 17 Prononn 1H Hxtst 1'J - Hawaiian dish 20 - Auricle 22 • I*reposllmn 23 - Leaves the atnsc 24 Inliahit 25 - F.xpccl 2X (hie who stares III lYcpoaliKin I1 Sign of n packed theater 12 - milter's units 33 Male nickname 3S - Mature 17 Supplementing .)« Dined J l > - French milnaiy cap 4 I - Hurried 42 Condemned 4°i Termmua 46 Witchcraft 1 Ini 2 Urn 3 - Fxl 4 I'ro i - Insec t, Spon 7 - Returned harmfully » - This is the end I ^ - System of belief Enlivened Feminine undergarment . .. strike! An Inebriate Undeveloped Type units Harvests Wrath 27 - Memento 28 - Highly-gifted persons 29 - Threc-fifUis of an angle 30 • Tree 34 - Hscorted 36 - Fencing imp lenient 3H - Summit 40 - Tavern 41 Sault . Marie 43 Union of Dla lectlclans (abb.) 44 ' hxctamatton HELP US HELP THE BLIND \ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED THE FOREST LIONS LIONS CANDY DAY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH If you can spare 1 or 2 hours of Your Time we The "LIONS" need it. HELP IS NEEDED TO SELL CANDY AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN FOREST PARK & RIVER FOREST Example: Wieboldts, National, Calcagnos, White Way, lewel, Banks & Savings & Loan Call JIM STANCE, CANDY DAY Chairman phone 469-3619 or 547-5959 'WE THANK THE LORD THAT WE'RE NOT BLIND" Please Help Us - Help Those That Are.
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