Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 2, 1970 · Page 6
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JOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1970, PAGE 6 Walther Lutheran Christmas Concert Walther Lutheran High School proudly announces Its annual Christmas Concert, which is to be given at 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 12 at the school gymnasium at 10th and Superior, Melrose park. Walther's A Cappella Choir will offer Benjamin Britten's famous "A Ceremony of Carols" and F. Melius Christiansen's arrangement of "From Heaven Above;-, among Us selections. The Girls Glee Club sings an expressive arrangement of "O Holy Night" among its offerings. The Freshman Chorus will sing "What Child is This?" accompanied by guitar in its program; while the Christian Minstrels will offer a touching arrangement of Peter, Paul and Mary's "Christmas Dinner". The instrumental department offers music ranging from Giuseppe Torelli to Leroy Anderson. The former is represented in the Orchestra's rendition of his "Christmas Concerto". They also will play the ever-popular "Carol of the Drum". Anderson's familiar "A Christmas Festival" will be played by the Concert Band who will also play an exotic fantasy based on the "Twelve Days of Chcistmas". Two massed numbers, one involving the audience round out the festive evening. Tickets may be purchased from student members of the music program or at the door. Donation is $1.25 for adults and 50? for students. PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration. Residential • Commercial • Industrial CARL REICHE, JR. Carpenter & Gen. Contractor 529-3583 6 No. 787 Rosedale Roselle, III. The only Old-Fashioned MEAT MARKET '"town QUALITY MEAT CUT TO YOUR ORDER PRIME MEATS EI.I.,,,.I, West End Market in the Heart of Forest Park 7415 Madison St. 366-0116 m» o d o o o B a a b a o tfTnm'B'o'a'B'B a a » a » B mnr» a a a a a B in PANTS are nere to itcu Look your best in clothes expertly cleaned by our modern methods, up to date equipment. Laundry & Cleaners 20% Discount lu.i> x. Corry on Dry Cleaning 7408 Harrison St. Corner Hariem & oono oftflflp Village Council Meeting The regular meeting of the Council of the Village of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, held on Monday evening, November 23rd, A. D., 1070. Mayor Witt called the meeting to order and led all assembled In the Pledge of Allegiance. ROLL CALL The roll call was answered by Mayor Witt, Commissioners Lambke, Sansone and Rizzo. COMMUNICATIONS Forest Park Traffic and Safety Commission regarding some recommendations. Van der Molen Disposal Company regarding the new contract beginning January 1, 1971. Wallace & Tiernan regarding Cathodic Protection Maintenance Service Electro Rust-Proofing Systems 12132 .and 12133 (wo (2) 500,000 gallon elevated water storage tanks. Paul H. McLennon regarding zoning at 722B-1/2 Madison Street. George Manda regarding zoning at Lathrop and Roosevelt. APPLICATIONS The application of S. Fulco to operate a restaurant at 7427 Roose- veld Road was read. This application was withdrawn by phone on November 19th, 1970, by Mr. Fulco. Application of Dave Brosseit to operate an auto repair, at 7222 Madison Street (Rear) was read. It was moved by Commissioner Rizzo and seconded uy Cormiissioner Sansone that the application of Brosseit for an automotive repair shop be granted subject to inspection by the Fire Department. APPROVAL OF BILLS It was moved by Commissioner Lambke and seconded by Commissioner Rizzo that we dispense with the reading of the individual bills inasmuch as each department head has approved and signed bills for their respective departments. It was moved by Commissioner Rizzo and seconded by Commissioner Sansone that the bill of Aztec Construction in the amount of $6,183.67 be placed in line for payment. 11 was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commis- ioner Lambke that the bill of Seneca Petroleum Company for Estimate #1 of MFT Section 56-C.S. in the atmunt of $45,800.00 be placed in line for payment. UNFINISHED BUSINESS It was moved by Commissioner Lam'jke and seconded by Commissioner Rizzo that the recommendation of the Zoning Board of Appeals on 1970-9 be filed and the petitioner be granted the necessary variation and comply with the building code in its entirety. It was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commissioner Rizzo that the recommendation of the Zoning Board of Appeals on 1970-10 be accepted. NEW BUSINESS It was moved by Commissioner Lam'jke and seconded by Commissioner Sansone that the Mayor and Village Clerk be authorized to accept the amendments to the existing contract with Van der Molen Disposal Company. It was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Conrnis- sioner Rizzo that the Mayor ami Village Clerk be authorized to enter into an agreement with Wallace and Tiernan, Plan "B". A report from Ed Masso of an investigation of 7200 to 721-1 Madison Street rear parking area was read. This matter was laid over till the next meeting. REPORTS OF DEPARTMENTS All the commissioners reported for (heir departments. Mayor Witt read a report from the Chief of Police. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to be discussed, Mayor Witt called for a motion to adjourn. It was moved by Commissioner Sansone and seconded by Commissioner Lambke that we adjourn. ROLL CALL: YEAS: Mayor Witt, Commissioners Lambke, Sansone and Rizzo NAYS: None Mayor Witt declared the meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted William R. McKenzie Village Clerk Card of Thanks Many thanks to the Forest Park Fire Department for its promptness in answering my call and for the efficiency and courtesy of the officers in taking my husband to the hospital on November 26, 1970. Mrs. Michael Andrews YOUR Ready for Cold Weothct Driving? I To be Sure II li—See Ui Nov.. COME ON IN FOR YOUR WINTER CHANGE-OVER Before 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. TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0317 arge Sissulak Christmas is less than a month away and everyone is busy looking for just the right gift for wife, husband, children, friends, etc. I've been swamppd with requests for certain items that I don't have on hand but I'm searching so try us again. I'd like to spend a few minutes looking back over the past 18 months. That's how long I've had my little Friendship House Antique Shop open. I really had misgivings many times. I had been discouraged by so many people so many times that I'd have closed up shop and moved. Everyone told me that Forest Park would not support a shop like mine. I agree, but so many people in Forest Park have had the things we sell and discarded it and bought new things; so why should they buy the old things again? I've bought marry lovely things from residents of Forest Park and to each and every one of them I say "Thank you". I'm always looking for old glassware, clocks, furniture, jewelry, etc. so any time you have something you want to sell, just give me a call. If I can't get away from the shop during the day, I can always come after I close in the evening. This year has been bad for all businesses. Seems like the whole year was one continuous strike. If you and your family escaped without being affected personally, you're very fortunate. We just went through 10 weeks of the General Motors strike and we are so grateful that it's over. We were just one of the hundreds of thousands of families who were affected by this strike and I'm sure they're all as glad as we are to be back at work. If we would all take just a few moments to reflect on the year almost behind us, we'd surely realize just how much we have to be thankful for. I've commented many times that I didn't have anything when I opened my little shop and if I had to close it, I couldn't have any less; but I'm rich in many ways. I've met so many wonderful people and made many wonderful friends. With Christmas just ahead of us, let's try to remember the true meaning of Christmas. It's a season of giving but let's also put something into it. "Let's Put Christ Back Into Christmas". READ REVIEW GLASS? MIRRORS? Call TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751

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