Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 18, 1970 · Page 20
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 18, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1970, PAGE 20 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Obituaries MKYKU, HATHKItlNI-.C. passed away Novemhei 11, l'.)"0 at tin- dak Park Hospital. Dear sistei nf Lucille llas;eniau. Funeral frnin /inimerman & Son Home, liilrrinciit WaldtH'im Cemetery. Ministi-r David Roth officiated. VAN I.HNNKP, Wll.l.IAM G. passed away November 9, 1970 at Oak Park Hospital. Beloved husband of (da (llehl), dear bro- tlicr of Mary V. L. Battey. Funeral from Zimmerman & Son Funeral Home. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. Rev. Arnold Wulff officiated. L to R Luke Bill, Jim, Bob and John McKenzle. Five sons of Mrs Helen McKenzie in tlie service of their country. This photo was taken in December 13-Jfi when they were all home on leave. CROSSWORD By A. C. Gordon ~jrriena& ' u FK1LKN, HA7.F.L (Kaufman) formerly of Park, passed away November 10, 11)70 at 7C1C S. Maislifield, Chicago. Beloved wife nf Francis C'., loving mothei nf Miii'lin. Funei'al from /iniinei man i Son Funeral llnini 1 . Jut rjineiit St. Mary's C'emeteiv. Id'v. Arnold Wulff officiated. GLASS? MIRRORS? Call TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751 Tlie Friend.-, of the Library are observing Honk Week on Tliursday evening, Nov. 19tliwith a program on six European capitals as caught on film by Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Birkhulz. Don't miss it. All welcome at 8:00 p.m. FREE FLAG The V. F.W. Auxiliary will give a free window service flag to any Forest Park family who has someone in tne service. To receive one call Barbara Marousek, 366-0561. Zimmerman & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7319 Madison Street Frederic D. Eh ringe r, Director phone 366-2200 gifts Rig/if On, Santa! If past records are any indication. Santa Claus will probably deliver nearly one million bicycles to as many happy youngsters this y> ar Bikes are still the most asked for Kilt with the young set. and the attractive and colorful "high riser" models lead the list <>t youthful bicycle desires. But Santa may (ind he's delivering more than the usual amount of lightweight adult bikes this year. More and more grownups are rediscovering the pleasures ol cycling tor fun, fitness and cleaner air. Santa knows that bikes don't pollute (NP Features) to A B«t1« TOM CARLSON Auto Safes Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Fore$t Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9

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