Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 4, 1970 · Page 14
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1970, PAGE 14 New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Soto of 2311 S. Central Ave., Cicero, are the proud parents of an 8 lt>., G oz. boy, Raymond Joseph. The proud mother Is the former Sue Ertl. Raymond was born at the Elmhurst Hospital on October 17th at 7;45 a.m. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ertl of 1501 S. Wolf Road, Hillside, formerly of 936 Marengo Ave., Forest Park. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Krai, Sr. of 1-17 Marengo Ave., Forest Park. This Is the fourth great-grandchild for the Krai's. SAME LOW COST Free T.V. Signals TV signals are as free as the air around here; all you need is a good antenna, a TV set and a comfortable place In sit and watch. But, did yuii know that there arc thousands <>t families who are billed each month for TV signals? Like electricity, water and gas, the TV signal must be cabled into their homes from hugh, central master antennas in the community, beyond range of TV stations and hidden in mountainous and remote regions, these places caiuiot get aTVsignal withordln- ary rooftop antennas. And did you know that if your present antenna equipment is more than four years old, it is probably obsolete. Many improvements have been made that could greatly improve your TV viewing. Phone FO6-4959 and let MARLO give you more inform ation. 24 HourPhone Service Forest Park Eagle Auxiliary President Ethel Campbell, Chairman Kaye Kirk, Co- Chairman Jeannette Olson, Ella Smith, Agnes MacDonald, Jennie Pike and Rella Robinson visited Great Lakes Hospital recently representing Forest Park Eagle Auxiliary. The afternoon -was speqt serving ice cream, homemade cookies and cupcakes to the men. They also played games for prizes with each receiving at least one gift of his choice. The Auxiliary has been visiting the hospital twice a year for the 1st six years. Card party chairman Sylvia Pfelffer announced that Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m., the Auxiliary will sponsor the annual card party at Aerie home. Tickets may be purchased from any officer or at the door. There will be refreshments and door prizes. It is open to the public. Donations $1.25. good deal as our car insurance—a State Farm Homeowners policy. Call me today! MARLO Television Service 366-4959 407 DesPlaines Ave. ART CARLSON, Jr. 7439'/ 2 Madison St. Forest Park 366-3779 STATE FARM Insurance; Companies Illinois Bell Picturephone Homt-'Otticet.. Btoon POMPANO BEACH MOTOR LODGE 1112 N. Ocean Blvd • Pompano Beach, Florida (J FREE GOLF NOW TO DECEMBER 15 Directly on the ocean beautiful private beach Your 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, shuffleboard 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 parking For information write Dept 623 William 8 Re/ek. Resident Man ager Illinois Bell Telephone took the first step to introduce commercial Picturephone service in ni. The company asked the Illinois Commerce Commission in Springfield for permission to offer customers internal Picture- phone service effective Dec. 1. The second step of this milestone toward eventual global face-to-face communications local and intercity Picturephone service - will be Introduced in downtown Chicago in the second quarter of 1971. Although today's offering is available to all Illinois Bell customers in Illinois, the company expects that it will appeal primarily to businesses. Illinois Bell describes the basic Picture- phone system offered today as a network Interconnecting up to 10 Picturephone sets in a customer's premises. Initially, Picturephone service will not be available for local or long distance calling. But it will be expanded into downtown Chicago and the intercity network next year. The proposed rates for a typical three-set system are a $280 one-time charge and a $299 monthly rate. An optional feature - a display data set which connects the system into a computer for calling up and displaying computer data on the Picturephone screen carries a proposed $200 one-time charge and $275 monthly rate. The Picturephone rates are In addition to the customer's charges for his regular telephone service. Touch-Tone dialing is required for Picturephone service. Charles L. Brown, Illinois Bell president said introduction of Picturephone service "heralds a new era in the art of communication. This modest step will eventually result in a world-wide communications network with which people will be able to communicate visually as well as by voice. Someday, people will be able to use their telephones to do their shopping, visit a library or perhaps even go to work without leaving their homes." The basic Ficturephone installation consists of a viewing unit and a control unit plus a Touch- Tone telephone. The visual unit contains a screen 5 by 5-1/2 inches as well as the camera and associated circuitry. The Picturephone set includes several privacy features: the ability to zoom in on a subject or encompass several persons at a time; a camera which automatically adjusts to light conditions; height and volume control, and the ability to transmit small charts or graphic materials. A person can view himself on his Picturephone set to see how h> ; looks and he can turn off the picture completely if he wishes. 1971-72 State Scholarship Program The Illinois State Scholarship Commission today named 188 Proviso East and West students as State Scholars in the 1971-72 competitive State Scholarship Program. High school academic record and examination scores are used in the selection. Total scholars for the state numbered 16,516, representing nearly every high school In the state. State Scholars who have financial need as evidenced by date provided by the student and his family, will receive monetary awards to to $1200 for the 1971-72 academic year for use toward tuition and mandatory fees at the public or private college in Illinois of the student's choice. In recognition of their outstanding scholastic achievement, all State Scholars received a congratulatory letter and Certificate of Merit. Any student who is not named in the competitive state scholarship program, who is an Illinois resident, a Uiited States citizen and will attend an approved college in Illinois in September, 1971, may obtain a.monetary award application.frcm.Provis.u's aillege..coun- selor;;, Stanley Kp.sjn.al (East), px Frank Danes (WfiSti Proviso East Illinois Scholars include from Forest Park, Janice Bussema, John Delaney, Lori Herrmann, John Holodnicki, Diane Kennedy, Michael Kennedy, Charles Lambardo, Alan Mayer, John Sclieid, Kjeld Sorensen, Herman Wdgerich and Patricia Zitzer. WRITE TODAY FOR NEW FREE COLOR BROCHURE •^ POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA TIME TO START YOUR Perfect Holiday Dry Cleaning Laundry & Cleaners 20% Discount Ca»r. 4. Carry or, Dry C;eonin£ 7408 narnson Sv rO 6-G39i Corner Hariem & Wash.ngron Forest Park Village Council Notes Mayor Witt called the meeting to order and led all assembled in the Pledge of Allegiance. The roll call was answered by Mayor Witt, Commissioners Lambke, Sansone and Rlzzo. The Reading of the Minutes of the previous meeting was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commissioner Lambke that the minutes of the previous Council Meeting be approved without reading as each member of the Council has received a copy thereof and has found the same to be correct. The Forest Park PTA Council requested that 3:30 to 6:00 P.M. on October 30th be proclaimed the offlcal "Trick or Treat" hours. The Council agreed to hours suggested. The State of Illinois Division of Highways submitted an Audit Report of Motor Fuel Tax Funds. It was moved by Commissioner Lambke and seconded by Commissioner Sansone thaf the application of "The Animal Fair" for a pet and toy shop license at 7403 Madison Street be approved subject to approval of the Health Department. It was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commissioner Lambke that the application of K.A.R.S., Inc.-for a daily car rental business license at 7208 Madison Street be denied. Regular monthly report was submitted by David B. Diman, Assistant Bacteriologist. It was moved by Commissioner Rizzo and seconded by Commissioner Lambke that we dispense with the reading of the individual bills inasmuch as each department head has approved and signed bills for their respective departments. It was moved by Commissioner Lamftke and seconded by Commissioner Rizzo that we proceed to open bids for squad cars. The following bids were received: Allegra Ford, Inc $3,581.00 per squad less $2,600 trade-in for 2 squads. Allen Chevy. $3,717.13 per squad less $1,600 trade-in for 2 squads. Pat Hollahan Dodge, Inc. $12,007 for four (-1) squads including trade-in of 3 squads. Larry Faul Oldsmobile Co. . $3,569.31 per squad less $2,450 trade-in for 3 squads. Walter Peckat Co. . .$4,865.62 per squad less $6,474.48 trade- in for 3 squads. It was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commissioner Lambke that the bids be laid over. There being no further business to be discussed Mayor Witt called for a motion to adjourn. It was moved by Commissioner Rizzo and seconded by Commissioner Sansone that we adjourn. ROLL CALL: Yeas; Mayor Witt Commissioners Sansone, Rizzo and Lambke. Nays; None. Mayor Witt declared the meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted, ' William R. McKenzie Village Clerk THE U.S. ARMY RESERVE

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