Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 28, 1970 · Page 18
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 18

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 28, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1970, PAGE 18 FOREST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH HARUM AVINUE AT DIXON STRCEI. (ORES! PAIIK Pastor: ELTON O. KIRSTEIN Church Office 366-5091 MfNISTER-IN-TRAfNING: MR. JAMKS MILLER NOVEMBER 1 11:00 a.m. - "A liedemptive Witness" 6:.'lf) |>.;n. - Guesl Speaker: Hi'V. Art Garllng, pastor of Twin Groves Baptist Church presenting The Challenge of Church Extension. W v > welcome you to our regular worship services and invite you to participate In our total church program. "For Unsurpassed Dimny" • STEAKS • CHICKEN • SEA FOOD • SMORGASBORD • COCKTAILS lUSINESSMEN'S SMOIGASIOID LUNCHEONS NEW ORLEANS DINING ROOM A 1 f/*r ••.« Mfflno tat -> »g out .' o/gan njt/i/c f>)| BOUR.'tON ST. BAK \t) & Win* frltndi dtlltkl M I'm cocllo/li SKYLINE LOUNGE ^o/ O pf( aionf end ntoitng t*f nfnp fn c moif dtflptthlf I • f • (fug. PIANO BAR COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE for all Occasions ES 9-1424 Corner of CHICAGO Ave. & PA.RKSIDE PHONE: ES 9-1424; PO 6-3794 CLOSED MONDAY EVENING Now is the time to .cover Windows. Doors.Torches & Breezeways m.FLEX-0-GLASS s far stroNjger than polyethylene- It's the oniyolastic window material GUARANTEED 2 FULL At Hardwata^igitf Lumber Dealers Everywhere Warp Bros. Chicago 6065 1 Pioneers in PUstics Since 1924 PEASLEE Hardware 7449 W. MADISON ST. Retain W. Clement STONE on fhe University of Illinois Board of Trustees REPUBLICAN Presented by The Cook County Citizens for Stone Committee Chairman: Bob Athey Treas.: M. Clarke Forest Park Unit #414 American Legion Auxiliary By Ethyl Schlupp Moving right into a busy, active program for the year, members of Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary heard reports from a.11 chairmen that their work will take shape in the form as outlined for Units by the Department of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Nicholas Schank, President of the Unit as well as the members of the Unit, were gratified with the membership report given by Mrs. Ray Block that all members have renewed their membership for 1971 and we now can turn our attention to the programs of Rehabilitation, Child Welfare and Community Service. Mrs. Will!am Schlupp, chairman of the National Security committee wants to thank publicly Mrs. Martin Rittmueller, Mrs. L. Lange and Mrs. Kern of the Forest Park Womens' Club for their donations of cakes which were taken to the USO at 30 N. LaSalle St. this week. Funds of the Unit provided for the purchase of quantities of pears, apples, grapes and bananas; fresh fruit which is always such a welcomed item for the men. Did you know that there are 250 ex-service women patients quartered In the Veterans Administration Hospital at Downey, 111? This hospital which also accommodates 2400 men patients Is situated in North Chicago and treats mental disorders. As occupational therapy, the women patients are encouraged to use their talents in making clothes for themselves, such as blouses, skirts, housecoats, aprons and underclothing. The lack of materials for this project acts as a deterrent to their ambitions so Mrs. Marge Meyers, Rehabilitation chairman of Forest Park Unit asked the Unit for appropriation of $25.00 with which to buy yard goods for the purpose. The women of Forest Park can help in the program by searching their sewing supplies to see if there isn't some materials they have on hand, which they fully intended to make into something at sometime and just haven't gotten around to do the job. These materials, together with any and all complete, used dress, apron, undergarment, etc. patterns can lie used to good advantage by these patients. Any donation made to the program can be dropped off at Trage's Appliance Store, 7440 Madison St., for the attention of our member, Mrs. Joseph Hafner. The anticipated cooperation of all will be appreciated by the Unit and Mrs. Meyers, as chairman. We were happily surprised by the attendance of Past President, Mrs. Margaret Rabatine at our installation party. Mrs. Rabatine formerly a resident of Forest Park, now resides in Streator, Illinois. Field Stevenson Class of '47 Re-union The 1947 class of Field Stevenson School of Forest Park is holding its class reunion on Saturday night, October 31st beginning at 6:30 P.M. at Harry's Penny Bar, 7802 Madison St., Forest Park. For further details and reservations, call Mrs. Barbara Miiuch DuBargu at 34-l-820a. Music, Theatre and The Arts byRith GiHs FOREST PARK DAMENCHOR will be featured at the 80th Anniversary Concert and Ball sponsored by The Harlem Maen- nerchor on Saturday, November 7th., 8:00 P.M. The program to be presented at Rosco Hall, 2044 Roscoe St., Chicago, will also feature soloist Eilenn Dpneen and dance music by the "GoldeneS." WIZARD OF OZ will be presented on Wednesday, November llth by the St. James-Christie Academy of Performing Arts Children's Theatre. Thetwoper- formances at 11:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. at St. Edmund's Auditorium in Oak Park will feature several Forest Park youngsters including Freminnle Mocclo and Ellen Lynch. Tickets are available at the door and group reservations for Scout Troops, birthday parties, etc. can be made by phoning 383-6069 or 777-4298. OAK PARK THEATRE GUILD will present "The Curious Savage" on Oct. 30 and 31 at 8:30 P.M. at Lowell School's Hamilton Theatre, 965 Lake St., Forest Parker Walter Brewer is in the cast, and tickets may be reserved by calling 386-0921. THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS celebrated the success of their "Singltones" quartette In competition with a party at their Wed., night rehearsal last week. Every member turned out to pay honor to the new 2nd place Medalists of Harmony, Inc., and a number of visitors as well. Both the chorus and quartette entertained the congregation of St. Peter's Lutheran Church Sunday at Its annual Loyalty Day Brunch. MARILYN Di PASQUALE - "Molly" the part of "Molly" is cute Marilyn DePasquale, Triton's Miss October, of Elmwood Park. Tickets are available at the Box Office In the Fine Arts Building, and Triton students may obtain a free ticket with their LD. cards. TUITION COLLEGE will present "Take Her, She's Mine" on Oct. 29, 30 and 31 and again on Nov. 5, 6, and 7 at 8:00 P.M. in the Fine Arts Building, 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove. Playing Congressman Collier Endorsed by ACA Illinois 1 United States 10th District Congressman Harold R. Collier was endorsed for reelection today by ACA (Americans for Constitutional Action). The non-partisan National organization, headquartered here, said. It was endorsing Collier because of his consistent voting record for constitutional principles. Charles A, McManus, President of ACA, stated, "Collier is best Judged by his performance during the 14 years which he has served in the House. His legislative record gives factual evidence of his valuable and unselfish service to our Nation." He has repeatedly stood for fiscal responsibility; firm responsible opposition to the Communists; arid for law and order in our streets and Institutions of learning. Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA) periodically rates all Members of Congress on issues whichareof major National importance and adherence to constitutional principles. ACA's President stated, "If every Member of Congress voted as Congressman Collier, there wouldbe little or no Federal debt, inflation would not be a problem, our National military strength would not be in question, Americans would be paying lower taxes, and our wives and children would not be in constant fear for there safety." Mr. McManus cited Congressman Collier's voting record as outstanding. "He puts the interest of the United States first and works continually for the preservation of constitutional government." The endorsement of ACA brings to the Congressman the support of highly distinguished citizens, Democrats, Republicans and Independents, who art 1 Members of ACA's Board of Trustees.

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