Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 2, 1970 · Page 13
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 13

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 2, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1970, PAGE 13 ' Unce Uver Lightly ! O J I by Bob Haeger A Bank plays Santa! O » MattelsToys yours FREE (or almost free, plus full interest.) at River Forest Bank. The greatest name in banks brings you the greatest name in toys! A selection of 36 of Mattel's most popular toys—the ones your kids drool over on T.V. Just open an account, add to your savings', and in addition to the most favorable interest and the best banking service you get Mattel Toy Points—which you exchange on any banking day for the toys your kids want. If you're short Toy Points, you can buy 'em at big savings. We even have a Layaway Plan! Hurry to any River Forest office for all the details! How to Get MATTEL TOYS Each of 36 toys has a "Toy Point" price. Earn Toy Points as follows TOY POINTS Savings Deposits* $ 50—100 $ 100—200 $ 250—500 $ 500—1000 $5000—2000 Personal Checking Acct. 500 Christmas Club 100 to 500 Other deposits—Detaili on or call tor folder RIVER FORES T STATE 7727 Lake St. • River Forest, III. 'Savings must remain on deposit 90 days 01 account all government regulations Transfers (rum one iccoui &TRUST COMPANY Phone: 369-6400 People's Hours: Lobby—8-2 daily; also 5-8. Fri., Sat. 8-Noon Walk-Up - 2-4 daily, Fri. 2-5 Drive-Ins — 84 daily; Fri. 8-8; Sat. 8-Noon. ill be charged loi tost ol toy points on wilhdiawal Otlei subject to t to another cannot be honored loy points subject to program rules. Uue to delivery IT WAS A LONG TIME COMING, !)u( wP finally saw the first nominating petition holnK circulated I>y a candidate for village office. It carried the name of James V. Sansone who is seeking a second term as Commissioner and, if you'll permit a personal expression, that is good news. Sansone has done a capable and conscientious job in his first term in public office. The local election is Forest Park's favorite quadrennial exercise, and newcomers may find themselves a bit amazed (sometimes amused) at the amount of energ> r we put into it. Filing dates are December 16th through 26th for a primary election which occurs on February 23rd. If all the rumored entries materialize, they'll have to print that ballot on a scroll. Most interesting conjecture at this tim • is the possibility that we will see the name of ,<t least one former Mayor on the ballot. O-O-I. ON THK BULLETIN BCHHOAT ABEI.L-HOWE COMPANY, we spotted a reprint of a portion of a speech made by the late Vince Lombard!, the premier football coach who lived his philosophy to the utmost. It is, we think, worth re-quoting here. "It is becoming increasingly difficult to he tolerant of a society that has. sympathy only for the misfit, only for the maladjusted, only for the criminal, only for the loser. Have sympathy for them, help them, but let us also stand up and cheer for the doer, the achiever, the one who recogni/.es a problem and does something about it, the one who looks at something extra to do for his country - the winner, the leader." O-O-I, THE PAKK DISTIUCT IIAH- MONIZERS, obviously in need of a more descriptive name, are nontheless making considerable progress in the art of barbershop quartet singing. Target date for their first public appearance is the middle of February and the audience will see some familiar and unlikely faces in the group. It's a Monday night activity for men and the gang will welcome new members enthusiastically. They point out that a great singing voice is not a requirement and there is living proof of that in thepresent membership. Jack Brosseau, for example, told us when he joined that he has a voice like Caruso aiid he was right. He sounds just like Robinson Caruso. 0-O-L TOASTMASTER'S REMARK AT A BANQUET LAST WI^K: "Our next guest needs no introduction. He didn't show up." WISH I'D SAID THAT We've never liked the plea 'vote for and .support.' If the candidate Kets enough votes he ouifht to be able to support himself. -John H. (Jilgour, The Tri-County (Mo.) News. Heal success ill life is not ; measured by how many indi- ! victuals you excel but by how j many people you befriend. Donald M. Weaver, Winne- ba«o (Minn.) Enterprise. REAP REVIEW

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