YFW LADIES AUXILIARY #7181 9 to 1 p.m. 7508 Madison St.. IS YOUR CAR RMdy tor Cold Driving? I To l« Sir< II It—5e« Ui Now. COME ON IN FOR YOUR WINTER CHANGE-OVER Before it's too late and the season rush creates an unnecessary delay . . . We are fully equipped and stocked NOW --when it's easiest lor you and your car. TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0317 CHARCOAL BROILED To Your SATISFACTION \ Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon ThePINESSTEAKHOUSE OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park 366-0059 POM PAN0 BEACH MOTOR LODGE 1112 N. Ocean, Blvd. • Pompano Beach, Florida (< FREE GOLF NOW TO DECEMBER 15 Directly on the ocean —beautiful private beach Vour choice of comfortable efficiencies, rooms, suites Every room ocean view Spacious private balconies Coffee shop • Congenial Bar and outdoor Patio Bar Large heated pool with sun deck and lounging area Modern beauty salon **.;.• Putting green, shuftleboard Year around air-conditioning TV and FM radio—every room Recreation lounge Room phones Elevator service Daily maid service Fireproof and soundproof Championship golf nearby Free parkinf for information write Oept. 623 William 8. Reiek, Resident Manager WRITE TODAY FOR NEW FREE COLOR BROCHURE ^ POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA Police Chief Reports During the month of September, the Forest Park Police Department answered 741 calls for help and assistance. Included in the 741 calls were 8 burglaries, 7 auto thefts, 6 assaults, 44 thefts and 124 auto accidents, 13 of those were of the hit and run variety. The balance were under the general classification Including the sick, injured, alarms, etc. The above amount does not include traffic violations such as speeding, parking, etc. The most unusual call so far this month was answered by Officer Bob Conklin and Sgf. Dick Trlebes. It seems a 70 year old woman from Chicago was walking through a cemetery on south DesPlalnes Ave. when a tombstone fell on her. Passers-by aided In her extrication by using an automobile jack. The Forest Park Fire Department ambulance removed the victim to the Loyola Hospital where it was found she was suffering from injuries to her legs, ankles and hips. SAME LOW COST by FRANK MARLOVTFS Many industries; steel, auto, food and so on are grad- u a 11 y raising prices to meet the upswing In costs. But, MARLO TELE- vision serv- VD3ION SERVICE will be able to hold the old price line with a newly acquired servicing instrument that does almost everything but put the rear panel back on the TV cabinet. It produces picture patterns individually, if it's color TV, it shows color singularly, makes convergence and linearity adjustments, and a few other amazing tests, too. It's going to make TV servicing a lot easier and faster, and very accurate compared to some of the older test instruments. So remember, you might be paying more for many of your day to day purchases, but this TV firm will hold the price line. Phone FO 6-4959 for guaranteed satisfaction. 24 Hour Phone Service MARLO Television Service 366-4959 407 DesPlaines Ave. try a little KINDNESS When it comes lc follow ihu rule of .store detectives: "If you didn't see it, it didn't happen." * * * FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1970, PAGE 11 Music, Theatre and The Arts by Ruth Geils THE BIG NEWS IS BARBERSHOP HARMONY this week as the Singltones take off for their Harmoney, Inc. International Competition In Providence. Needless to say, they take with them the best wishes of all their sister Village Vocal Chords and, we hope, all of Forest Park as well. Bob Haeger's new chorus held its first meeting at the park on Monday evening. Guest quartet "The Good Old Days," made an appearance and assisted in teaching a song to the new barber- shoppers. Haeger's barbershop credits go back a lone way but this reporter will not mention the number of years because he was my first quartet coach when I still lived in Peorla, Illinois! Aside from singing in many quartets, Including an Illinois District Champion, directing choruses and coaching quartete, Bob is best known In barbershop circles for his beautiful arrangements. Forest Park's new men's chorus Is lucky to have him for its director and we wish them well. ELMHURST COLLEGE'S Mill Theatre, 253 Walter St., Elmhurst, will be transformed into the glamorous setting of the French Riviera this week. The college's theatrical department is presenting Sandy Wilson's off-Broadway comedy. The Boy Friend" at 8:15, Oct. 13-15. Tickets are available at the door. Elmhurst College will also present Carl "Doc" Severlnsen, conductor and director of the NBC "Tonight" show band Sunday night at 7 : 30. The concert Is being held in con- Junction with the College's 1970 Centennial Homecoming Oct. 16-18. Tickets are available at the College Union. TRITON COLLEGE opens its concert season Oct. 18 with its own Symphony Wind Ensemble at 8:00 P.M. Held in the East Leyden High School Auditorium, 3400 Rose, Franklin Park, the performance will feature compositions by four prominent Am sr I can composers as well as three movements from Fifth Symphony of Shostakovich. On Oct. 25th the Triton College Jazz Band will perform at Rosary College in River Forest at 8:00 P.M. Both concerts are free and further information Is available by calling Triton College, 456-0300, Ext. 330. Triton is also showing a collection of 25 outstanding prints in the Liberal Arts Building this month. The collection, entitled "Selected Prints, 16th to 20th Century." is from among the fine prints in the permanent collections of the Krannert Art Museum, and emphasizes the earlier masters of woodcut, engraving, aquatine and etching. The public is invited, and there is no admission. While visiting the college, be sure to catch the current exhibit of Oak Parker Barbara J. Olshewsky. Her one-woman exhibit features 26 pieces done In " mixed media ranging from pastel to acrylics Inks and oils. Register For Guitar, Knitting, Art & Craft GUITAR LESSONS - Program for beginners Is designed to teach the student the basic elements of proper fingering and the correct way to strum the guitar. Lessons for intermediates Is designed for those who have learned the basic skills relative to playing the guitar. Beginning - 7 to 8:30 p.m., InterniMliates- 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. Tuesday evenings beginning October 20th fur 10 weeks. KNITTING LESSONS - Beginners U-ai-n HIP basic (eclinlques cif knitting. Those having .some experience In knitting will review knit, purl, learn to interpret patterns and to do advanced work. Beginning October 22nd for 8 weeks. Every Thursday 7:00 to 9 p.m. ARTS Si CRAFTS - Create your own home decorations for Christmas and the holidays or make gifts for bazaars or friends. Monday evenings 7:30 to 9:30 beginning October 19th for 10 weeks. Register in the Park District weekdays 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. LEGAL Bids for four (4) 1971 squad cars will be received by the Vin<. D of Forest Park in the Clerk's Office, 517 Desplaines Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois until 4;30 P.M., October 26, 1970. Specifications may be obtained in tho office of the Village Clerk. The Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Signed: William R. McKcnzie Village Clerk The best place for cookies is in the rupnoaril-csneciiilly when a dietinu friend slops hy. Juj»l watch approvingly as thf wi-iiihtwntc-hvr watches IIIT wuiglil. Here's a find IhaL will help you li, an kind Ui your hair Kindness Heal Activated Conditioner by Clairol. Spray the protein mi.sl mi each part as you roll up your hair in heated rollers. In the three In ten minutes it takes from roll-up In brush-out, you've yol the lony- est-lastingf hairstyle you've ever bud. One million hoys throughout llu- country are ln'nerilinn from the health, social, educa- litmal, vocational and character development programs of the Hoys Clubs .ul' America, HHI l-'ourlh Avenue, New York, N.Y. IOU1C. Enlist your time, effort, and funds in activities to promote these programs. NOTICE THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS. Barbershop harmony women's chorus. Rehearsals at 8 : 15 p.m. every Wednesday at St. Peter's Parish Hall, Hannah at Adams. Everyone is welcome.
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