Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 2, 1970 · Page 3
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1970, PAGE 3 V.V.C.s To Sing For Lions Club Next Wednesday, December 9, the Village Vocal Chords will entertain the far west suburban Lions' Club at their annual Christmas party, so the regular Wednesday night rehearsal of the local chorus will be cancelled. There will, In fact, be no more Wednesday rehearsals of the chorus (luring the month of December because of holiday commitments. Special rehearsals will be held on Monday, December 28 and Monday, January 4 to prepare for these engagements. On December 16 the WC's will sing at Hillside Center and on January 16 they will perform again at Hillside together with a male barbershop chorus in a program featured by the Hillside merchants as the "barbershop battle of the sexes." Regular weekly rehearsals will be resumed in January. All requests for entertainment by the Village Vocal Chords should be directed to Ruth Ceils In care of this newspaper. Nursing Scholarship Offers Legion Auxiliary Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary through its President, Mrs. Nicholas Schank, is anxious to know if there is a student who is ,1 resident of Forest Park, wno is a Senior in High School or a graduate of an accredited High School, whose interests He in the field of wanting to become a Registered Nurse? We have information that applications can be made and received for a scholarship of $500 for one who is qualified for assistance. A number of scholarships in the above amount are given each year by the Past Presidents of the organization in niinots. It is not too early to make Inquiry of the Unit should there by an interest by anyone, whether a young lady or a young man who wants to follow the career of nursing. For all details on the procedure to follow inquiries may be addressed to Mrs. Schank at Memorial Hall, Circle & Adams, Sts., Forest Park - the sooner the better. Field Stevenson P.T.A. Christmas Bazaar By Nanette Rozhon Field Stevenson P.T.A. will hold its Christmas Bazaar Tuesday, December 8th from 3:30 p.m. until 5:00 and then from 7:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.. in the school gym. There will be knitted novelties, Christmas decorations, flower centerpieces, etc. Bring your husbands along ladles. Mr. Raleigh is having a booth of his own. He is selling homemade fishing rods and lures and will demonstrate how to make pinkies and lures. Hope to see all of you Tuesday, December 8th. "Ladies Night" at Wesley United Church The Wesley United Methodist Church Men's Club will present a "Ladies Night" on Wednesday, December 9th at 6:30 P.M. with a family style dinner of beef ' and chicken. The program presented by Bob Stenson of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company entitled "M--. Pennypacker a.nd His Tallklng Machine". This will be a very interesting and educational program. Thedinnerand program will be held in the church basement. Donation for the dinner and program is $3.50 a ticket. Reservations needed. Adults are invited. Phone 366-4555 for Information. Come Clean with Us and Save! Use our fully automatic machines! They give your clothes a new lease on life and leave you with lots of extra money I SAVE ON CLEANING COSTS 8 DRY CLEANING' Ibs. ONLY rflrA. <Liean DRY CLEANING 7610 MADISON ST. FOREST PARK 366-9820 HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 9, Sot. 9 to 6, Sun. 11 to 5 Please place me on the subscription list of the FOREST PARK REVIEW For which I enclose Three Dollars for one year. Five Dollars for two years. Seven Dollars for three years. Beginning NAME ADDRESS 19 to 19 -:'CNATUR£ Christmas Preparations Elizabeth Fjortoft Soon Christmas will be here again. Too often many of us are not fully prepared to enjoy this Sacred Holyday to the fullest because we are not prepared spiritually. To help us better understand the true meaning of the Christmas Event, all members of St. Peters Congregation, 500 Hannah Ave., and the entire community are invited to attend an unusual character sketch of LISA LENA by Mrs. Fjortoft which will be accompanied with musical selections by Mr. Ralph Czerwonky on Dec. 9 at 8:00 p.m. In the church. Mrs. Elizabeth Fjortoft is a Registered Nurse by profession, a wife and mother by choice and an actress for the love of people. Her character Interpretation of LISA LENA stems from her Scandinavian heritage. Mrs. Fjortoft writes -her own material in collaboration with a friend Mrs. Charlotte Campbell. She attended Augustana College and Is an entertainer for the Conference of Club Presidents and Program Chairmen, a member of the American Lutheran Church she has served In various offices on a local and conference level. She Is currently Treasurer of the Lutheran Council of Greater Chicago Auxiliary. Mr. Ralph Czerwonky, a boyhood friend of Pastor Roth has as his main hobby making music, singing, playing the violin and the guitar. A relative of the well- known violinist, Richard Czerwonky, he comes by his flair naturally. He is a former member of the Maennerchor of Indianapolis, the Lake Shore Club Male Chorus and the Barring-ton Chapter Lyric Chorus. Everyone is invited to attend tills program of inspiration and entertainment. REMEM 3ER THE DATE - DECEMBER 9 at 8:00 p.m. in St. Peters Lutheran Church, Forest Park. Forest Park Women's Club By Caye Ignaszak The Forest Park Women's Club will hold their December meeting one week earlier on Tuesday, December 8th at 1:00 P.M. The Middle School Harmonettes will sing Christmas carols for the pleasure of all. The Harmon- ettes are 7th and 8th grade girls from the Forest Park Middle School. They will sing under the direction of Mrs. Donna Budil and accompanied on the piano by Ronald Onchuck. Don't forget your $1.00 grab bag. To receive one, you must bring one. Christmas Is almost here. Have your ordered your Sequin fruit cake? For a delicious holiday treat, serve some Sequin fruit cake. Mrs. Jos. Unger Chairman, will gladly take your order from 1 pound to ?. Mrs. Unger may be called at FO 6-4025. Larry Kaercher Your hditor !j Dean Llnton, the Associate Editor of Life Newspapers, and a good friend of mine, was honored recently by having one of his editorials published into the congressional record. Dean's remarks were printed in the May 14th Issue of the Suburban Life Newspapers and arp as poignant and timely today as they were then back in the month of May. Wlth.that in mind, the following is his pdltorial in Its entirety. It Is titled "Government Is Not Guiltless" by Dean Linton. "These past 10 days we have witnessed more disrespect for law and order by the various segments of our society than perhaps ever be/ore in the history of our country. V) "Law enforcement agencies across the'Tflation have been hard- pressed to cope with the disorders resulting from President Nixon's Cambodian decision and the tragic killing of four students at Kent State University in Ohio. "Dissent Is one thing. Wanton destruction of life and property Is another. "This disrespect for governmental authority, whether federal, state or local, has not just happened. It has been growing for some time and not only with the younger generation. Police have had to endure Indignities In recent years which would not be tolerated 25 years ago. What has led to this change In society? "Dozens of contributing factors can be given but many of our governmental agencies must share In some of the blame. Laws, both major and minor are broken dally with violators going unpunished. "Federal and state agencies get tangled in bureaucratic red tape and accomplish little until there is a hue and cry from the citizenry that can no longer be ignored. Such has been the case with America's environmental pollution problems for years. "Young America is leading the way to combat the air, water and land pollution that we have Ignored far too long. Military Installations and sanitary districts have been among our worst polluters. How can any government get tough with Industrial polluters when such conditions exist? Progress has been made, but not fast enough. "Last week a new federal policy position was announced which bans all hot water discharges Into Lake Michigan which exceed a one-degree Fahrenheit rise over the existing water temperature. Seven or eight months of hearings and administrative work Is expected before the policy can be adopted and enforced by Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana. Although slow in coming, this is a step In the right direction. "Laws go unenforced daily. Police cars pass parking violators and overweight trucks without action. Respected citizens who •don't want to get involved' fail to cooperate with police when complaints need to be signed. All too lenient Judges give a slap on the wrist when stronger punishment Is warranted. "All these breed disrespect for law and without law there can only be the chaos which has occurred in recent days. A time of reexamination is needed by all. If we learn from our mistakes, all Is not lost." LOTS OF FUN m^ -ai\ Phone FO 6-0298 For Reservations 7212 Washington Blvd. at Harlem, Forest Park

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