Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 11, 1970 · Page 1
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 11, 1970
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F'-; :•-,> :•', ;' r t:'k i i M I ,: [,i hr:iry '!•> < > •]•=•:, TO:I iUvl. 1''0! o ,-. ' •!",:. Til. FOREST PARK REVIEW Oallvarad Each Thurs. Morning By Your Poitman $3.00 Per Year in Advance Second Class Postage Paid at Forest Park, Illinois eeet/i //te LARRY KAERCHER, EDITOR 7451 MADISON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS 60130 366-0600 - 366-0601 At All News Stands VOL. LXXX No. 42 FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1970 Gold Scholarship Winners at Proviso East Proviso East High School GOLD scholarship medal winners are shown-following fall Scholarship and Awards assembly L to R (front) Janet Tramelli, Melrose Park and Joann Snyder, Broadview (back) Alan Meyer, Forest Park; Charles Koester, Maywood and John Delaney, Forest Park. Five Proviso East seniors were recognizedfor outstanding scholarship and awarded GOLD scholarship medals during the fall Scholarship and Awards assembly held recently. Seventy-five seniors, juniors and sophomores earned the SILVER and BRONZE scholarship medals. Twenty-four scholarship seals entitle a student to the Gold medal; 16 to the Silver and eight to the Bronze. Eligibility for a scholarship seal is based on 5 grade points or less for the two report periods, plus final examination grade for each subject bearing one- half unit of credit. SILVER medals were awarded to Seniors Chris Bjone, James DeMaria, Connie Ekstrom, Jack Holodnicki, Michael Karstens, Liz Kowall, Kathleen Malan, Louis Mazzuca, Keith LeCompte, Rickie Pancoe, David Roberts and Pat Zitzer: Juniors Peter Bing, William Clifton, Judy Frey, Carol Gago, Brant Kanali, Jeff Nowell, Paul Pisarik, Shelley Scliiro. BRONZE medal winners Include Seniors Anthony Bonuvolanta, Kenneth Calendo, Marisa Canestrini, Laura Floro, Sam Barbis, Janet Isselhard, Roger Leisten, Karen Lowery, Cynthis Lynn, Gayle Miller, Johnnie Norris, James Osborne, Bruce Peterson, Mike Provenzano, Mike Rajcevich, Uan Smith, Rich Swanson, Frank Tito, Mike Tito; Juniors Diana Anderson, Emily Back, Rick Baran, Fred Behn, Brian Briggs, Barbara Bronke, Shelly Burow, Barbard Diliberto, John Giordano, Ugita Grins, Burkhard Hochheimer, Donna Inglis, Steven Laesch, Mai Maar, Barb Mango, Karen Meyer, Lois Roynon, Jan Sails, Jay Sheldon, Carol Snyder, Pam Sykes, Barbard Tauber, Jim Watts, John Webb, Steve Waltler, Julie Whelphey; Sophomores Cathy Carstens, Edward Chesna, Gina Cicchetti, Bruce Doweidt, Debbie Jevey, Mike Lynch, Steven Narkis, Ron Pavone, Peter Stimes, Deborah Swiertz. Mohr Winner VOTING by PRECINCTS in FOREST PARK Precinct 01 02 03 2.T, 11)9 183 101! 71) "rl 132 11)0 5(1 30 Mohi lor, 281 Dvorak - O'l 'M -1 llmlllrially, Kenatoi ilowaid K. Mohi *a:, i . -electe.| by 2,01-0 voles. |.|, ( . ,,|| n-:.ul!.'. wll nol be n'le.ise'l until Thill si|..y Novembei 12, I'i70 by tin- Hoard of Election Commissioners. Junior Achievement Volunteer Adviser Budd Skiles The need for cost-consciousness in business is one thing that teenagers organizing a Junior Achievement company at JA's Northwest Center are likely to be impressed with. One of their volunteer advisers is Budd Skiles, 834 S. Hannah, Forest Park, who does cost control work In the Cost Services Division of the Prudential Insurance Co.'s Mid-America Home Office. Mr. Skiles and the four other Prudential employees serving as advisers to the young business people will guide them through all phases of the remarkably realistic operation of a JA enterprise. The mini-corporation, which will raise capital by selling shares of stock and make and market a product or provide a service, will seek to show a profit for its eight months of operation. A better understanding of business on the part of the youngsters is expected to be a byproduct of the activity. The expectation is one of the reasons why Mr. Skiles volunteered for it. "I'd been looking around for an effective way to donate some of my personal time to some civic-minded organization. When the purposes of Junior Achievement were explained to me, I knew tills was my opportunity to serve," Mr. Skiles explained. We Have Moved Tip- owiii-is and stall ireproud •01 ;T PARK Tliis i:, anoth gress anil elficiency ol yuui local newspai,er. Forest Park Girl on Readers Digest Seminar Team Barbara Wendt A Forest Park girl, a member of Junior Achievement, has been selected to participate in the 1970-71 Readers Digest Seminar Team. Barbara Wendt, 536Beloit Avenue, will represent J.A. at the Seminar in Willlamsburg, Virginia November G-'J. The seminar Is a yearly event co-sponsored by Reader's Digest and Junior Achievement in an effort to help young people know themselves bettei and to become more aware of the belief. 1 , ai.'l ideas of other participants. Representing J.A. are .some 22 students - all of whom are members or rei'i-nt graduates, of Junior Achievement which opc-r- ,tt,-:, in nioi i- than Win i-itii-:. in rvery .-.tali-. In .nldltinn In sponsorim- the seminar, the Koadei's Digest will al-,o uudcr'AMle a nuinln-i n| "Traveling Fellow'.hip:." *hicli These traveling fellowships are designed to make more people- on all levels better acquainted with the purpose of Junior Achievement. And, to make more effective leadership opportunities available to outstanding Achievers in the program . . especially to those who have distinguished themselves in national competitions. Junior Achievement which is now in Its 5)st year, is a nonprofit international business education organization devotedto encouraging young people to develop interest and skills in business through tin- "leain by doing" Each Aciilevel goes all the phases of ov.niii',- •i atiii', 1 , a miniature coi |.. . liom capilali/.alinn idatlon. Wendt, a: Digest, method llllOlI:'! and op, in ation to lit Miss Ke.ldel 1 Ulh i i-ntury resloi aliol llainsliui [., Virt'lhi... SI so Visit si-Vl-l al I jMlest . ,1 (nu; Hi. at V. i I.'.ill al- lel al Y"l II-

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