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'ubli !31 v .! 111. FOREST PARK REVIEW Dtlhxrtd Ejck Tkun. Moutof l> Yew tS.OO Per Year In Advance Second Class Postage Paid at Forest Park. Illinois. l ttct't/i f/tc LARRY KAERGHER, EDITOR 7516 MADISON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS 60130 306-0000 3CG-OG01 At All News Stands 1C VOL. LXXX No. FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, Of.TOiiER 21, 1970 I iissrs Awiiv Services for GEORGE F. SCHULTZ employee of the Forest Park Review for 3 years prior to his death were held Friday, October 16, 1970. He.died Tuesday, October 13th in Oak Park Hospital after a short illness. He was a life long resident of Forest Park. We at the Forest Park Review will miss that good, faithful employee, and his fine sense of humor. He is survived by his beloved wife Edith (Bargemann); a son Floyd E. (Betty) and one daughter Violet (Donald) Kummerow and four grandchildren. Services were from Dreschler- B.-owa Funeral Home, Oak Park to St. John Ctmrch. Interment to Concordia Cemetery. Man of The Year The Italian Catholic Federation, Branch 210, St. Eulalia Church, has selectednilnolsStateSenator Howard R. Mohr of Forest Park as its 1970 "MAN OF THE YEAR", LC.F. Branch President Frank Morello announced Tuesday, October 13th. Mohr was selected because of his outstanding record of service to the people of the 5th District, and particularly for his support of mental health legislation and aid to non-public schools. He will receive the award during the FREE FLAG The V.F.W, Auxiliary will give a free window service flag to any Forest Park family who has someone in the service. To receive one call Barbara Marousek, 366-0561. Procfamafion Education in America should enable persons to govern themselves with a true regard for liberty and justice for all. In recognition of this goal, the theme of American Education Week, October 25-31, Is "Shape Schools for the 70's". American Education Week Is a time for Interested persons everywhere to examine and re-examine goals of school systems as they affect the student specifically and the general social, political and economic life of the nation. The National Education Association, American Legion, National Congress of Parents and Teachers and the U.S. Office of Education, sponsors of the week's observance, point out that the proper education of every American child Is of extreme Importance to the entire nation. THEREFORE I, Earl Witt, Mayor of the Village of Forest Park, State of niinois, proclaim October 25-31, 1970, AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK In Forest Park. I urge both educators and laymen to continue to determine if It is meeting, not only the needs of the present, but the challenges of the future. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand Done at the Village of Forest Park, State of Dlinols, County of Cook, this Twentieth day of October In the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seventy Earl R. Witt Mayor I.C.F. October 31st Dinner- Dance at Oak Park's Mar-Lac House. The 1969 recipient was Representative RonK. Hoffman of Westchester. The Italian Catholic Federation is an Apostolic charitable Federation for the aid of Italian Catholics In the Chicago Archdiocese. Proceeds of the Branch 219 Dinner will be donated to St. Procopius College, Lisle, for a college scholarship. Tickets may be obtained from any UC.F. member. Wins Scholarship Karl F. Gawlas of Forest Park, has been named recipient of the International Printers Supply Salesmen's Guild Scholarship for 1970-1971. The four-year scholarship, established by the International Printers Supply Salesmen's Build, wasawardedtoMr. Gawlas through the National Scholarslilp Trust Fund, an affiliate of the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. Mr. Gawlas was chosen for the award from among more than 525 applicants on the basis of his college board scores, industry and high school recommendations and Interest In achieving a career In the graphic communications industries. Mr. Gawlas is a June graduate of Marmton Military Academy, Butterfleld Campus, Aurora, HI. and Is currently majoring In business administration - printing management at DePaul University, Chicago. While in nigh school, Mr. Gawlas was a five- time recipient of the R.O.T.C. Academic Achievement Badge and he was named twice as the Distinguished Cadet. He served as editor of the high school yearbook, was a member of the debating team, and was active in soccer, tennis and basketball. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C, Gawlas of 7300 Harrison St., Forest Park. f f f f Musical Comedy 'Trial by Jury af Firsf United Saturday Night "Edwin sued by Angelina shortly will appear " is just tho be-. ginning of the musical comedy that will be presented by the Chancel Choir of the First'United Church of Christ on Saturday, October 24, 1970, at 8:00 p.m. under the direction of Jim Kuzell. The musical, Trail by Jury, words and music by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, is the story of a zany trial for breach of promise, with the setting being a merry old English courtroom. Soloists will Include Alfred Relchel, 1125 Beloit Ave., Forest Park, as the learned Judge and Chuck Christiansen, 8Z1 Marengo, Forest Park, as the counsel for the plaintiff. Other soloists will be Diane Skala as the plaintiff, Bud Relchel as the defendent, John D'Asaro as the usher, and Dennis Sandelln as the foreman of the jury, all formerly of Forest Park. Other members of the cast Include Forest Parkers Lorraine Christiansen, Jeff Holliday, June Duke, Llnnea Jargstorf, Jcanette Lussow, Marsha Witbeck and Michael Trezise, organist. Preceding the main performance the choir will present a series of other Gilbert and Sullivan numbers. The presentation will be held at the First United Church of Christ, 1000 Elgin Avenue Forest Park, Illinois. If you want to laugh at the judge, hiss the defendent, cry with the plaintiff, cheer the counsel, and applaude the usher, October 24th is the date to remember. No tickets required, just a contribution for the plaintiff (and the rest of the choir). Bring your friends and neighbors to this famous trial. Back Row; L to R, Arlene Glngley, SteveGingley, Jeannette Lussow Middle Row; L to R. Jeff Holliday, James M.-irinier, Chuck Chrisileson, Diana Skala, Dennis Sandelin, BudReichel, BevSandelin, and Lorraine Chrlstenson. Front Row; L to R. Michael Trezise, Linnea Jargstorf, Ann Mayer, June Duke, Marge Wolpert, and Alfred Relchel. Saint Xavier Professor The appointments of division and department chairmen for Saint Xavier College have been announced by Dr, Evangellne Bollinger, Vice President and Dean of Faculties. Vice President Bollinger also announced the appointment of 26 new faculty members to the teaching staff of Saint Xavier College. In addition to the new appointments, nine faculty members returned to the campus tills year from other assignments. New division and department chairmen include those in the Division of Social Science, the Division of Theology and Philosophy, and the departments of theology, psychology, chemistry, foreign languages and music, as well as the graduate program in education. From Forest Park one of the new faculty members Is William J. Buckley, 7304 West Harrison Street, assistant professorial lecturer in biology. Dr. Buckley received his doctorate from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where he was awarded a merit teaching fellowship and a U. S. Public Health Service traineeshlp.