Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 7, 1970 · Page 18
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 20 Obituaries KUBAT, EDWARD, SR., beloved husband of the late Louise. Loving father of Edward Kubat, Jr., and Ann Deeley. Grandfather of 7. Funeral was Friday, Oct. 2nd, from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. STUART JOAN P. Beloved wife of Thomas B. Loving mother of Karen Louise Stuart. Dear daughter of Melvin and Jane Well. Sister of Richard Well. Memorial Service was Friday at Unitarian Universal List Church of Dak Park. Funeral was from Zimmerman and Son. KOSTRUBALA, JOSEPH DR. Beloved husband of Emily (Herrlck). Loving father of Dr. Thaddeus Kostrubala. Grandfather of Nathaniel, Emily Claire, Annika, Christlane Si Alexandra. Brother of Dr. Marlon Kostrubala, Funeral was Saturday from Zimmerman 4 Son Funeral Home to St. Lukes for 10:00 Mass. Embalmment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. SCHLOMAN, MABEL died Sept. 29th. Beloved wife of the late Walter A. Loving mother of Audrey Toopes and William Schloman. Grandmother of 5. Dear sister of Dorothy Grupe, Lillian Ahrens and Mildred Routy. Funeral was Friday from Zimmerman & Son Funeral Home, Interment Concorclfa Cemetery. K/MUSE, JOSEPH C. Beloved husband uf (he late Jessie 1 L. Loving fulliiM uf James Krause, Grace Namyst, Jean Bryant and Phyllis Kyczek. Grandfather of 10. Brother of Carl Krause, and the late Frank Krause and Elizabeth Smlffi. Funeral was Thursday from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Oak Ridge Cemetery. BALL, EDWARD R. of Oak Park died on September 28th. Beloved husband of Rosalie (Stech). Loving father of Margaret Krause. Grandfather of Edward Jr. and Robert Krause. Funeral was Saturday from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Chaple Hill Gardens West. For. . .Better Homes ami Garden- /frousp through our . . . Super GARDEN CENTERS FLOWER SHOPS • CRKATKST CHOICE! C. l< KKMH) USE-FRESH! • ,M//./.Y<; GUARANTEED! • FKEE DELIVERY! Open,Evenings and Sundays Roosevelt & Desplatnrs FOREST PARK 366-2005 High School Tests At Triton The office of Robert P. ' Hanrahan, Cook County Superintendent of Schools has announced that applications for the high school equivalency tests will be accepted at Triton College, Room 102, Business Administration Building, 3000 Fifth Avenue, River Grove, HI. on Thursday, October 15th from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Application Is restricted to adults 19 years and over presently living In Cook County who have also resided In the Stale of Illinois for at least one year. The examination known as the General Educational Development (G.E.D.) Tests require three testing periods. These are .scheduled for October 23, 24 and 30, 1970. A $5.00 fee paid at the time of application covers all sessions. Successful completion of the G.E.D. Tests entitles the applicant to receive a high school equivalency certificate which may be valuable in fulfilling college entrance requirements or In meeting educational standards for job placement or advancement. More Information about the examinations Is available from Superintendent Robert P. Hanrahan's office in Room 406, Chicago Civic Center, Clark & Washington Streets, Chicago or by telephone at 321-87ZG. for Generations to Come a memorial that endures S. Berliner Monument Co. 1100-26 DesPlaines Ave. forest Park 366-0736 iioii.HTiTL DIU.VIFIKI) Zimmerman & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7319 Madison Street Frederic D. Ehringer, Director phone 366-2200 GLASS? MIRRORS? Call r. TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751 Card of Thanks We wish to take this opportunity to thank the Forest Park Fire & Police Departments for their prompt service rendered to our Mother Mabel Schloman on Monday, Sept. 28th. Our sincere appreciation to all the neighbors and a special thanks to Fran Llndberg for their comfort ancf kindnesses. Toopes & Schloman Families Card of thanks We wish to thank our kind friends It neighbors who were so thoughtful during our recent bereavement. We also wish to thank Officer Kline and the two Firemen who came to our assistance so promptly and efficiently. Special thanks to Rev. Roth who conducted the services. Kubat and Deeley Families Card of Thanks We would like to thank our friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the Oktoberfest committee members who worked so extra hard during our absence. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. Mr. i Mrs. Fred Marunde 117 Elgin Ave. Forest Park, HI. n l/l/c omen The Proviso Township regular Republican Women's Organization will have a board meeting Monday, October 12, 1070 at 8:00 p.m. at 1-119 Roosevelt Road, Broadview, Illinois. A representative from Mr. Carey's office will attend the Regualr meeting Monday, Oct. 19. Mrs. Ermentine Uetz urges all members to attend tills meeting. 20 Years Ago Today The Chief Don Eagle, who has defeated many of the nation's foremost wrestling stars, anticipates engaging in one of the toughest bouts of his colorful career this Friday night In Par- Ichy Field. The talented Indian opposes another grappler with an enviable reputation In Dan McShaln, the Irish giant from New York. The Village of Forest Park Joined the many Cook County municipalities who voted to continue rent controls by action at a special meeting held last Wed- jiesday. The meeting was held at the request of hundreds of renters in Forest Park who feared that If the control was not extended, many landlords would raise rents much too high. Mrs. Ralph Gaden of Forest Park who's the slick chick in the groove In the record depart- mant o{ Trage Brothers Appliance Company at 7442 Madison Street, entered a contest sponsored by the Victor Company recently for those who sell records. There were nine prizes for the nine winning contestants - And our Mrs. Gaden came out with the grand prize of a $500 Victor television, radio and phonograph combination. Forest Park Recreation Board has Issued an announcement to the effect that they must discontinue their 1950-51 Basketball Program. This action was taken after they had received a letter from the Board of Education announcing the new rates for the use of the gymnasium. CHECK. NOW! Fire Prevention.Week is October 4th thru lOth Please feel free to consult us without any obligation. The Mad/son Agency Eugene R. Duggan 7418 MADISON ST. FO 8-2885 It's pumpkin pickin' time Kinda makes you wonder what became of all the Money you made this summer. Forest Pork National Bank can help you with a Savings Account or a Checking Account KEEP TRACK OF YOUR MONEY whether you spend it or save it. But maybe you're one who knows where every cent goes and can save. In that case FOREST PARK NATIONAL BANK Is a good place to Jteep It. Makes record keeping easy, too. A FULL SERVICE BANK FOREST PARK NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 7348 MADISON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS SUBURBS: FO 6-0376 CHICAGO: ES 8-2061 All Deposits Now Insured to $20,000.00 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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