Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 4, 1970 · Page 3
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1970, PAGE 3 Forest Park American Legion Unit #414 By Ethyl Schlupp Students seeking assistance in their search for scholarships, etc. to further their education are advised byMrs.StellaSutton, Child Welfare chairman of Forest Park Unit, American Legion that the latest edition of "Need A Lift", a book containing all information on the availability of scholarships, issued by the National Organization of the American Legion may be seen at the Forest Park Public Library This booklet, which acts as a guide, is Issued periodically by the American Legion. *********** Veterans in hospitals within Cook County will be the recipients of hundreds of decks of newplay- Ing cards, as gifts from Forest Park Unit and its chairman, Mrs. Margaret Meyers. There is no better way of whiling away the stay in a hospital than a good card game, the patients claim. ************ Mrs. Herman Brandt, sewing chairman has accumulated 261/2 # of sewed carpet rags for use at the Veterans Craft Exchange in the making of rugs by blind Veterans. Much of this work has been done In the homes of members, Mrs. Mary Ballardand Mrs. Josephine Schmitt. ************** Veterans' Day -November llth, is a time to honor the millions of gallant Americans, men and women, who have served in the uniforms of our Nation. Forest Park Unit, with Mrs. Nicholas Schank as President will join with the Post in a salute to our Veterans. Mrs. Mabel Welgel, Americanism chairman urges the citizens of Forest Park to display the flag of our country on tills day to show pride and respect for that flag. Members of Forest Park Unit gathered at Zimmerman's Funeral Home to pay their last respects to Past President, Amanda Fritzsche. Services were conducted by the President of the Unit, Mrs. Schank and Chaplain, Mrs. Frieda Hinz. Mrs. Fritzsche, while a resident of Forest Park, was an active Auxiliary member, interested in all our programs. When she changed her residency to Me Henry, Illinois that interest was manifested in her many contributions in a monetary way. We deeply appreciated her membership and interest. Mental Health "Operation Snowball" 98,000 . . . 99,000 . . . 100,000 items. Items which will be used to fill holiday packages for patients suffering from mental illness. 100,000 may sound like a large quantity. However, il seems rather insignificant when you realize that there are 15,000 mental patients in our state hospitals and nursing homes. Many of these patients find that they are unable to share in the spirit of the holiday season because they have either been forgotten or they have no loved ones. A gift from the community can bring with It the acceptance and reassurance which help to brighten what might otherwise be "just another day." This Is why the Mental Health Association sponsors Operation Snowball. Through this program they try to show the patients that "someone cares." To accomplish this, the Association needs your help. Gifts will be needed as well as a volunteer corps to help wrap and assemble the packages. Each gift will contain "basic need" Items, toiletries, soap and candy. (A suggested gift list appears below.) Gifts need not be wrapped but they must be new. Mrs. Lucille Doyle of 106 Lathrop Avenue In Forest Park is the Community Chairman of "Operation Snowball". The local operation snowball collection for Forest Park is the Pat Hollahan Dodge Agency at 801 S. Harlem Ave. in Forest Park. For further information, please call Mrs. Doyle at 771-8820 Anyone interested in volunteering some of their holiday time can help directly within the Snowball Wrapping Center at 407 South Dearborn (Suite 400). The Center will be open beginning Dec. 1st on a 9:00 to 5:00 Monday through Friday basis. Hours can be arranged by calling 922-0703. If you would like more Information, contact the Association at the above number. Your time and thoughtfulness can bring assurance and a little holiday spirit to others. Won't you SHOW YOU CARE? SUGGESTED GIFTS: Toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, washcloths, toiletries (men's & women's) cosmetics, slippers, hankies, nylons socks, gloves, combs, hair brushes. Cash donations will be used to purchase needed gift items. Pledges Sorority Carol Treonis, daughter of Mrs. Frances Treonis, 1104 Marengo Ave., has recently been pledged by Delta Beta chapter of Kappa Delta social sorority at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston. Carol is a sophom ire at Eastern majoring in business. Appointed Vice President James W. Sikes, Chief Executive Officer of Florida Tile Industries, Inc., Lakeland, Florida, has announced the promotion of Phillip G. Dunne to Administrative Vice President of Sikes Carpets, a division of Florida Tile. Dunne was promoted from the position of Manager of Physical Distribution for Florfda Tile. In the newly created position, Dunne will coordinate manufacturing, physical distribution, sales order, and accounting operations for Sikes Carpets in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Dunne, 36, joined Florida Tile in 1969 as Distributor Assistance Manager. He is a graduate of DePaul University and has liis master's degree in Business Administration from Seton Hall. He is a member of the Delta Mu Delta National Honor Society and the Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society. Mr. Dunne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dunne, of 816 816 Elgin Avenue, Forest Park. HAPPY ENDING LOUNGE / "Where Friends Meet Friends" ** 7409 MADISON ST., FOREST PARK For all your PARTIES rent our attractive BANQUET ROOM with natural fireplace 4 private bar - accommodates up to 100 people make reservations early for any day or evening. 366-9799 ENTERTAINMENT KAY at the Piano Fri & Sat Nite HAPPY HOUR • 5 to 7p.m. All Cocktails 60c Little League Aux- The next meeting of the Forest Park Little League Women's Auxiliary will be November 5th at the Park Building 8:00 sharp. Our new Wee-President, Cecile Consalvl and Treasurer Florence E. Bray will be sworn Into office that night. At the managers and coaches banquet last month, Carol Dolton, our president, presented themen with a check for $2,000.00 toward the needs of the Little Leaguers. As far as we know, this was the largest amount ever to be handed in. Games will be played, prizes won and refreshments will be served at the meeting. Hostesses for the evening are Collette Liebrandt, Cecile Consalvi and Diana Pilafas. See you all there. OPEN at 4p.m. MON. thru SAT. NOW SERVING DELICIOUS HOMJi COOKED CHILI Garden Club On November 11, 1970, the Forest Park Garden Club will have its annual Thanksgiving Bake and Recipe Sale. The hostesses for the day will be the Mesdames Hauscli, Knaack, Hein, Fischer and Tobin. On October 14th, twenty-eight members and three guests took part in the Plant Exchange and Fall Bazaar. Mrs. Tanasa thanked all who participated in Oktoberfest and to the women who decorated the car for the parade. Mrs. Voss gave an extremely interesting talk on the care of dahlias. Congratulations are In order for Josephine Voss, our new member. Having been awarded a blue ribbon for a prize dahlia exhibit in the 1970 Central State Dahlia Society Show, she also served as a apprentice accredited judge at tills year's show. Both she and her husband are dahlia experts. New Arrival A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rusch of 919 Circle at West Suburban Hospital on October 24, 1970. The new baby, wliich weighed 7 Ibs. 7 ozs., has been named Meribeth. The new baby has two brothers, Paul, age 0 and Raymond age 2. . Grandparents of the new baby are Mrs. Vera Rusch who resides at 1232 Circle and Mr. & Mrs. Paul Weinert, who reside at 270 Geneva, Elmhurst. Larry Kaercher I our I'.ui ilor Dnys A long time ago, someone once said "today's newspaper wraps up tomorrow's garbage." This, no doubt is true, as is such things as newspapers being used as sterile covering during childbirth or any other emergency where sterile bandages are not available. Naturally, the primary purpose of a paper such as the RE VIEW is to inform the people of the com- nvjnlty of local news plus items of national Interest. Secondly, various columnists, feature stories, crossword puzzles, etc. add to the interest and readability. All of this and a little more total up to a good newspaper. Unfortunately, people will read only what they think is Interesting. They rarely read a paper from the first to the last page. Consequently, this and other newspapers are sometimes unjustly labeled as having "nothing In It"! Wendell Phillips once said: "Let me make the newspapers and I care not what is preached In the pulpit or what is enacted in congress." We should stop here for a minute and explain we are not "coping a plea", looking for sympathy or accolades. Rather, building up to the importance of the people in the area furnishing news to their local newspaper and the importance of a newspaper to the community. Many fine groups, civic bodies and organizations in our village are kind enough to furnish us articles concerning their efforts, their programs and their social events. We welcome and thank them for their articles and reports. It helps us to tell our readers about the many community minded individuals Interested and working towards making our town a better place to live In. To prove the Importance of news sent to us from organizations and individuals, allow me to quote a few facts: Last week's issue of the REVIEW contained fourty-two different news items, one editorial, five different columnists, one crossword puzzle and nineteen photographs with over one hundred faces and names included in and with the photos. All this not counting the display and classified advertising. Of the fourty-two news items, only six were written by me. Of the nineteen photographs, six were taken by our staff photographer, Arnold Walderson. Tills all adds up to thirty-six stories and thirteen photographs sent in to us for publication. Obviously, It is very important to us to receive and print these many local interest stories,as they make up a good portion of the paper. We, at the REVIEW In turn, seek out news by attending various civic meetings, covering the the local courtroom and police station and conducting Interviews. „ What this all adds up to is, working together we can achieve a common goal of a fine newspaper, a great town, and an informed community built on pride and effort. ANYWHERE Make Business Pleasure Let us help you create the right impression on clients. Enjoy hearty food and prompt service in a friendly atmosphere. Our business is your pleasure. Open Every D.j. from 11130 A.M. to 1 A.M. Sund.y. end Holiday! 12.50 P.M. to 8.30 P.* 6 private (lining rooou far your ipecUl p*nia 7212 Washington Blvd. at Harlem, Forest Park

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