Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 11, 1970 · Page 14
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 14

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 11, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW'. WEDNESDAY. 'NOVEMBER 11. 1D70. PAGE 14 Forest Park P.T.A. The Forest Park Public School During part of the meeting, (hero Parent-Teacher Association will win be a period in which you will present a program concerning the he permitted to ask questions nf proposed Illinois Constitution. our delegate. Our speaker for the eveninc will Wt- urge youi attendance as citi- bp John I-.. Dvorak, delegate to /.ens of this / state the <"'< uist Rut i"iul Convention. Tin- proirr.un will he held at the Field Stevenson i^ymnasium on Tuesday, November 17., 1''70 at ••1:00 p.m. COME ON IN FOR YOUR WINTER CHANGE-OVER befc i e it's too late and the season rush creates an unnecessary delay . . . We are fully equipped and stocked NOW --when it's easiest for you and your car. IS YOUR CAR Ready for Cold Weather Driving,? To Be Sure II It —See Ui Now TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0317 Eating out is double the fun when you bring the family here. They can choose from a wide variety of foods, prepared to please everyone. EXCEPTIONAL DINING PLEASURE AT MODERATE PRICES Restaurant RED CARPET LOUNGE. 7340 Madison St. FO 6-9726 NOW For that "Like New Look... . ' Is The Time To prepare Your Wardrobe For The Big HOLIDAY Season. Don't Wait Until The Last Minute to Dry Clean That Special Holiday Season ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVfcLT ALWAYS ADEQUATE d. o "Tff FEELING THE PINCH IN CUR INSURRNCE' i I you' rt- .1 s.i t e ilr i VIT . .tsk us oout /Ktna's Auto Ri \c he ( ,11 i nsur .1 ru t: which qualifying safe 11 i v c r s with lower r.ites . iM t'.isy nuartc-rly [Jiiymer (!,. Ask .thout Auto- Kile today; you'll be glad you did. Carl A. Schwebl, Jr. REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 Color Juggling !>y FRANK MAKI.UVITS Ked, t;i ten anc blue are the important colors in Color TV broadcasting today. Mixed in various mbimitions, any I s,.a .* can be re- I pio..!:red on your TV screen through tlie lenses of the TV camera. In fact, the color range is as good, if not better than the finest pliotograptiic fikn. Many of the programs being transmitted are purposely produced for the best results in color. A year or so ago, productions were only made with B & W in mind. MARI.O TELEVISION SEHV1CE is specializing in Color TV as well as B & W. In fact, any electronic; hi-fi, stereo, radios, any appliance that has sound passing through it electronically. Phone FO G-4959 for the best 1 i SUltS. 24 HourPhone Service MARLO Television Service 366-4959 407 DesPlafnes Ave. Music. Theatre and The Arts by Ruth Geils THE VILL.AGK PI.AYKRS" production of Tennessee Williams' STHEITCAK NAMI-.D I<I.SIHE will he hell November 13 and 14, 11:3(1 p.m. .it 441 South Boulevard. iJon't fail to order ticket;- for this emotional drama bv c.illing 383-:iH2'i. The Players .in- now in rehear--al f "i the ileeember 'Uieniii'.. 1 .1 l-.lil-.NI-.'/KK, :i Christmas musical for the family, .1- l.iptod !rom liickens' "A Christmas Car'.I" by Bruce Pel- die and .Mm C; onin. Till- VII.I AOl-. V(.( Al.CllnUDS vill enjr.\ entertainment by "The Counter points" quartet this W(-dne.sday evening. The Counter ' Points are from the far north suburbs and are currently featured weekly at The Red toacli in Oiikbrook. Baritone in the popular foursome is Jennifer "Bilsy" Karbusicky, daughter of Kutli Geils. This rehearsal will also be a farewell party for one of the VVC's who will soon be moving to Texas. Mrs. Pam Salins has sung tenor with the chorus for eight years, having joined as a high school "junior member" and it will be a :,aiJ farewell indeed. Pam is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Hefner who also sings in the chorus and the sister of Miss Holly Hogrefe, tenor of the "Singltones" quartet. Pam's husband, Steve, is already working in Texas. Special guest at the Wednesday party will be small Wendy, Pam's daughter, who has always been one of the VVC's biggest fans. ELMHURST COLLEGE will present James Whitmore in "Will Rogers' U.S.A." at 8:00 P.M. on Friday, December 4, in Hammerschmidt Chapel. Whitmore has starred in many stage, screen and television roles including the Broadway play "Command Decision" for which he won the coveted "Antoinette Perry Award." Tickets may be purchased at the Elmhurst College Information Desk, 190 Prospect Ave., Elmhurst. Social Security As the year comes to an end, the Social Security Administration warns tin- Medicare beneficiaries that all medical bills from services perl'<.rnic-d from Octo- bi r 1, l'.li;Ut!ir'iiii'liSeptembei :iO, I'.'L 1 ' nm.M be filed with Medicare i y i 'ecemt.i'l- lil, I'JVU. Chi'i'k all vimr medical hills to be sure \:,u have nu-.i .1 .-laim for Medicare reimbursement, before the time limit expires. II you need help in filing your claim, phone the Social Security office at ;:.'30 N. Harlem Ave., Klinwucid 1 urk. Their number is IfiG—l!lf)0. Almost all Social Si- 1 iirity business c;ui no\^ be handled by telephone. Reg. 65? a can ^ ^ - Paint Brushes 30% OFF Other Sale Items Motor Oil on Sale \ w" Catoutetot Cleaner Lawn Mowers A, i $59.95 FULCO TOOL RENTAL \. Sales & Service '427 ROOSEVELT RD. 771-6966 >•< >-4Ktf3>-< >-4im>< '4XDD>i 1-CBOOkx

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