Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 25, 1970 · Page 11
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 11

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
Page 11
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1970, PAGE 11 Homers Restaurnt. . . 1,514.50 Hurt Bros. Prntrs . . . 233.65 HI. Assn Schl Admin . . 400.00 HI. Assn Schl Brds .... 401.00 Xerox Corp 1,232.44 Items less than $ TOTAL .... $133,495.14 CAPITAL OUTLAY A-l Lamlnatng/Wdwrkng Co . $197.00 Baldwin Piano &0rgn Co 2,455.00 Beckley Cardy 194.75 Cruise Boiler Repr . . . 464.00 W S Darby St Co 350.00 Hallagn Bus. Mach 720.00 Harmon Electric Co .. 23,455.00 I B M Corp . 6,122.40 L G. M 156.32 111 Bus Co 2,500.00 J.C. MacDonald .... 5,000.00 Mele Plumbng/Htng Serv , . . 3,777.12 Midwest Visual Equip . 2,450.03 Motorola 1,180.00 A J Nystrom & Co., Inc. 701.00 Oak Pk Plasterng .... 260.00 Oliver Fnce/Iron Wrks . 317.98 Olsens Office Supplies . . 104.00 F M Ondrus Interiors . . 690.00 Edward CTShea 10,000.00 Passons Sport Center . . 195.27 Perkins & Will .... 14,068.26 Peters Decoratng Co . 4,799.40 Reich & Becker 100.00 Carl Relche, Jr 2,567.00 Sabre Photo Shop . . . 484.90 Schiller Glass Co ... 1,811.00 Space Planners, Inc. . . 659.20 Springer Burras Off. . 295.00 Tayloe Glass Co 135.64 Trage Bros. Inc. . . 4,606.43 Wolverine Spts.A Sply 1,538.85 Items less than $100.00 . 520.22 TOTAL S92.88U77 BONDS RETIRED Exchange Natl Bank - $50,000.00 LaSalle Natl Bank - 20.000.00 TOTAL . . $70.000.00 INTEREST AND FEES Exchange Natl Bank - $11,495.00 LaSalle Natl Bank - 5,585.00 ...TOTAL . .$V7,Q80 t OO The above statement Is published pursuant to Section 10-17 of the School Code. Signed: Wlnfl eld M.Sherman Township School Treasurer Water Tester A new measuring device to tell companies the condition of discharged water from plants has been announced. The instrument monitors water characteristics like Ph factor and temperature rather than specific pollutants. It was developed by Enviro Corporation of Washington, D.C. The device can be tailor-made to measure specific areas. Kathle Ann Cahlll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fabian Cahlll of Brlmfleld, became the bride of Edward Henry Holub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holub of Forest Park, on July 18 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church In Brimfleld. The bride chose an embroidered organza gown fashioned with a stand-up collar and empire waist. A floral headpiece of daisies held her elbow-length illusion viol. Maid of honor was Charon Cahill, Brlmfield, sister of the bride. Besf man was Robert Petermeyer of Forest Park. Ushers were Peter Cahill and Ricky Holub. Following ttfe ceremony, a reception was held at the Heritage House. Mr. and Mrs. Holub attended Western Illinois University. Mr. Holub Is employed by Belden Manufacturing Co. and also attending Illinois Technology College. The couple will reside at 521 Belott, Forest Park. CLIMATE £OUTH OF THE e^lMTOK'/CHlZlSTMAS IS A MIP5UAAMER HOUIPAY. £0ME PERUVIANS HOUP 6ARMIV/ALS IM THE 5TPE.ET5, AMP -rue AIR 15 &AY WITH THC^TEUMMIM&OI AWP THE CLICK Of CASTANETS. Library News Overpopulation - the world's No. 1 problem - has received Increased attention In recent years. Books on the subject are In steady demand at the Forest Park Public Library according to Miss Josephine Austin, local librarian. Books discuss all aspects of this serious challenge to the future of the world. One excellent account Is Appleman's "The Silent Explosion" which discusses all the salient facts concerning the capacity of this planet to provide adequate food and living space for the Increasing population. Others Include Ehrlich's "The Population Bomb", Bates' "Prevalence of People and Man In Nature", Hauser's "Population Perspectives", Fagley's "Population Explosion and Christian Responsibility" and O'Brien's "Family Planning In an Exploding Population." The problem of hunger In the coming years Is closely connected to that of numbers of people and their capacity to obtain food. In this field, a number of recent books study this problem. "Overcoming World Hunger" by the American Assembly, "Born to Starve" by Tydings, "Hunger U.S.A." by The Citizens Board of Inquiry on Hunger and "Still Hungry In America" by Coles are all suggested reading. A number of articles on both population and hunger may be read In current magazines by those who are concerned. These may be traced through the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature. * * * Copies of the Proposed 1970 Constitution for the State of Illinois are available at the Forest Park Public Library for distribution to those who didn't get one In the mall or need another copy. This tabloid-type publication should be "MUST" reading all citizens of Illinois. Voting Day is December 15 at regular polling places. Only 21 per cent of the people live in communities where there are enough litter containers says Keep America Beautiful Committee. »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»****** **** Celebrate a Special Occasion... We Love to Give Parties... Any Kind! Call Us for Arrangements CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY The Modern Banquet Room at HOMER'S Restaurant is available for groups of 15 to 150 and Is being used for numerous parties. The room has its own bar and a floor for dancing. Homer's •nd RED CARPET LOUNGE TM» M«4ltM« If, Pmtt P.rt. IIL PO 4^714 ****************************** Would you believe... A SPOT Dont worry ... we can remove these spots and stains. Some spots or stains left too long may never come out. So don't delay, come In todayl Luk yiir wry hist «• clitbis jnfissimlly clinri by ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive-it Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEYdT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 Cor* about your clotnti HOURS- DAILY 7:30 to 6:30 Sai. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED. at NOON by Marge Sissulak The holiday season Is Just around the corner and the mad rush Is on. I've had so many calls from people who have things to sell and I haven't had time to el to all the homes so please bear with me. I've purchased some very lovely things tills past week and I want to thank all the people who called me to sell them to me. This brings me back to the subject of glassware again since that is mostly what I've bought recently. Reproductions are a real threat to the serious collector. I've written about reproductions before but when I "get taken" on a particular piece of glass It really aggravates me and believe me, when I say I've "been had" many times. One of the worst times was on "cut glass". I had one woman who kept selling me a few pieces at a time. She said they were her grandmother's. I have to admit everything looked new; had no wear marks on the bottom, etc. but she said they were never used. I found out that the lady worked at one of the large discount stores so I went to the store and looked in the glassware department. You guessed it. There is where the "cut glass" came from, for 'as little as $5.95 retail price. I also bought what was supposed to be a piece of Am- berina glass from someone a few months ago. It was a "fabulous fake" sold at the same discount store for as little as 98?. The list could go on and on but Just a couple more will suffice carnival glass and coin glass. I've been studying glass manufacture for years and I still get fooled. Not as much as I used to but It still happens occasionally. This Just lets you know that no matter how much you study, there's always someone smarter or sharper than you are. Something coming up to really look forward to: A "home sale" or Estate Sale early In December. The home is loaded with beautiful antique furniture, lamps, clocks, etc. and everything Is In mint condition. More about this sale In a later column. Happy Thanksgiving to one and all. Traffic & Safety Recommendations to the Village Council Honorable Mayor and Commissioners: After due consideration and discussion, the Safety and Traffic Commission submits the following recommendations: 1. When any large public gatt- erlng such as the Oktoberfeat Is contemplated by any organization In the village, It should be brought to the attention of said commission for Its consideration and It respectfully requests an invitation to participate In the planning of safety measures. This recommendation Is being , made In view of the extreme growth of this fest. 2. Remove control signs reading "No Parking 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. except Sundays & Holidays" from the north side of 15th Street between Harlem and Elgin Avenues. 3. Install "Yield" control sign at the southwest corner of 14th Street and Mar engo Avenue. Respectfully submitted, Patricia Hemstreet, Secretary Robert R. Bill Public Relations

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