Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 4, 1970 · Page 6
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 6

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 4, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4,.1970; PAGE G An Appeal |To Customers and Neighbors\ of Trage Bros. On October 24th-25th, one of our warehouses located at 7441 Madison St., Forest Park, was broken Into and approximately $30,000 worth of merchandise was taken. This merchandise Included RCA Color TV's and stereos, Zenith Color TV's and stereos, Sylvania Color TV's and stereos, GE Washers, Speed Queen Washers and Dryers, Kitchenaid Dishwashers, Gibson Refrigerators, GE Refrigerators ajid Freezers, Hotpolnt Refrigerators, Fedders Air Conditioners, GE Air Condi| tioners, Maytag Dryers, Tappan Gas Ranges, West Bend and Thomas Edison Humidifiers. The merchandise was taken over the weekend and because of the number of pieces would take many truck loads. THIS IS AN APPEAL TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND NEIGHBORS TO REPORT TO US OR THE FOREST PARK POLICE ANYTHING YOU MIGHT HAVE SEEN OR HEARD THAT COULD RELATE TO THIS. We also wish to thank those customers who had to wait a few extra days for deliveries for their understanding and patience. We now have replenished those stocks and are back to normal. Trage Bros. 7440 Madison St. Forest Park JACK CONKLIN SAY'S : (Scorpio, Ocl 2 |--Nm. '2'2) The Scorpio n i e pcrsi ,n, c h;irm i d wit h en i h u --1.1 sin is deep in his feeling, piissn e!\ iHUl devotedly iilliirlietl t.. the person or cause is Ins. (nil i u si .!•> p;i.ssiO!iale|y nil* 'h.uii! in Li in <Iciest i:i(,' wh;il is disliked, Such stren^'lll of I >'Hi nil r.m drive him lo i-xtrenies < ,\ ' l»rli.t\ - ior. The drive ,nul depth "f p.i- sion endure i In • Mi'^h 11 uc i i'«'l m^s .ire often 1 '-pi ->< < n I hid den behind pi i >i ••• i i\ • .n ni. .1 One w,i\ ni w, IIM li in.,n\ St'firptos <-x fin--.- ) h'-n I--' !my- opcnlv is In snuliiiL; i li i\\ ••! % i. • I host- I hey love «i .idnni.' I'' I'D florists m:ike it po-,sdde In ilr- liver I hem MUM 1^1 .IM\ when- in the world Si-orpin's -.citpr wh it'll in.iV pr.ulurr *-il I it-, il<-\ i >!rd \v < M k i >r fii'Ciil df'sl i lirl mil, r s I rilds I i i lopn/, it- hirlhstoiH- .mil (he reil rhry.siini hfinum its flower. With hl^h moliv.dion. Ihrre's no need in br -,l\ cpi ir.i I .[In m( Seo r p lonu'v riu-y yeiirr.ilU kii/iw I he scoic' A FULL SERVICE BANK Checking Account WALK UP WINDOW Mon., Tuel.. Thurl.. Fri. 2 p.m. * 6 p.m Saturday: Noon to 5 p.m. Wednolday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Days A Week 8-5 Larry Buckley, Vice President fl f HI >C 7 alti of ^_Jnc --J own ov One of our favorite people Is off to the army. Bob Hemstreet left for Ft. Lewis, Washington just before his brother Tom came home from the Marines. No sooner was he off the plane when they made him a squad leaderl Bob is the third Hemstreet to enter the service. It's been a long time since they've all been under one roof. We are happy to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hennig to Forest Park. They were lifelong residents of Hudson County, New Jersy but made two or three trips to Forest Park each year to visit their grandchildren. Naturally, they fell in love with the town and recently migrated here. Mr. Hennig was deputy sheriff of Hudson County for many years. The Hennigs are the parents of Merry Wlodarek and the in ,md- parents of Joe and John Wlodarek. It was a gala night last Friday at Homer's. Homer and Tony Hale whisked us into the home stretch with a burst of enthusiasm. I)> the time you get this issue, the elections will be a thing of the past, hut as we put it together, we're still in a state of extreme anxiety and suspense. I'm superstitious so I'm not going to offer any ron- Kratulations, though I sincerely hope they're in order for (lie right people by the above date! It was a joyous, exhuberant crowd. If you weren't able to make it, you were sincerely missed. Mark the 'date 1 for tw'o years from now, you'll probably be invited to anotlici one. The gremlins and goblins and greenie beasties were out in full force last Saturday at the park. The ugliest witches in the west were there to frighten the faint-hearted. They were really ugly, too. One looked like Alice Conway and the other bore a'striking resemblance to Jim Sarno, so you can imagine how ugly they were. The Halloween party is another in a long line of wonderful activities the park has sponsored. Park Board - we love you! Alice Conway, God bless her, has been working hard for the elections, donating her time at the park and all the while awaiting her impending trip to St. Anne's Hospital whereshewill undergo surgery this week. Let's drop her a get well card. She's a brave and great gal - we wish her well. Happy Birthday to Diane Kaercher, the beautiful daughter of our handsome editor. Also to David Reagan who has just completed OIK- year on earth and still seems quite well-adjusted. Fall Play at Wa/fher Lufheran High School Linda Gotsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gotsch of For. Park, has a leading role in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" the fall play of Walther Lutheran High School in Melrose park! Performances are on November 14 and 15 at 8:00 in the gym nf St. Paul Lutheran School, on Superior Street between Ninth and Eleventh, Melrose Park. The play, based on the book of the same name by Cornelia oti.s Skinner and dramatized by Jean Kerr, is about two girls on tlieii first trip to Paris. Along the way, they encounter everything fn>m first love to bedbugs. Other members of the cast include: Gall Soltwisch, North Hivi-i side; Mark Warning, Melrose Park; Steve Wasko, Melrose park; Denise Weier, Justice; Tom Tyrrell, Elmwood Park; Mark Werrlurh, Melrose Park; Jon Laabs, Maywood; Don Andrews, Elk Grove VllU'i- Frank Patrovic, North Riverside; Debbie Neustrom Cciero; Sandy and Sheryl Falzone, Melrose Park; Gwen Gotsch, Forest Park; Chris Gieschen, River Forest; Joann Maguire, River Grove; and Marsha Haertel, Oak Park. Gail Soltwisch, as Cornelia, tells Emily, Linda Gotsch, that .• has never experienced real passion. Left to right: Linda Gotsch and GaJl Soltwisch.

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