FOREST PARK RSVlEW, WEDNESDAY, DfiCEMUKR 3, 1970, PA09 8 Choose from 36 Mattel Toys. < Free! Or almost Free! At River Forest Bank. ( Plus top interest on savings.) No kidding! Opcn'nn account, add to savings*. You not only get the host banking and favorable rates— you get Toy Points too. Which you exchange at the bank for your kids' favorite Mattel Toys. Need more Toy Points than your deposit earns? Buy 'em at big savings. Layaway plan too. Come in for full details. 'Savings must remain on deposit 00 (lays or account will be charged for cost uf toy points on withdrawal Offer subject to all government reflations transfers from one account to another cannot be honored RIVER FORESTsTATE "H A 1\TV & TRUST .DAl.ll X\. COMPANY • RIVER FOREST, ILL. 60305 • 369 6400 Sat 8 Noon 7727 LAKE ST. People's Hours: Lobby—8 2 daily, also 58 Fri, Walk Up—2 H daily, Fn 2 5 Drive Ins—8-4 daily, Fn 8 8, Sat 8 12 •«•*• "> 1C Due to delivery problems.not all toys will be available at-all times and substitutions may fje necessary. Toy points sublect to program rules. FOREST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH MARIEM AVENUE AT OIXON STRUT, FOREST PARK, IUINOIS Pastor: ELTON O. KIRSTEIN Church Office 366-5091 MINISTER-IN-TRAINING: MR. JAMliS MILLER 11:00 A.M. Tlu' Manifestation (if God in The Heart 6:30 P.M. Born This L)jy. . .A Savitrir a We Love to (iive Kind! Call IN tor Arrangements 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. Restaurant and RED CARPET LOUNGE TWO M«4li« ».. F,roit fork. III. fo 6-»71« Fu*m« In Rur . . . B.nqml Room How Opm ('Iran Waste Water A $2.5 million clean waste water facility is (icing designed for the General Motors Assembly Division, North Tarrytown, N.Y., for its plant on the Hudson river. Plant manager John P Kuypcr said that "Construction will begin as soon as we are advised that the installation will comply with the waste water codes of the various governmental agencies having jurisdiction." Antenna Savings by FRANK MARLOVTTS There are alo( o'f antenna gimmicks on the market; some are good and most are worthless. If you live near the sending station, almost any pieceofwire will do the job of getting the signal to your T V receiver. But, if you're in a fringe area, the best antenna installation is the only answer to good picture viewing. And more still, a strong signal will save you wear and tear on the TV controls because your picture comes in easier, and you don't over-manipulate the controls and wear them out. MARLO has a wide experience in this area in connection with electronics and antenna installation. , Phone FO6-4959 and let us give you further information about youi-p'roblem. We'll guarantee results. 24 Hour Phone Service MARLO Television Service 366-4959 4Q7 DesPlaines Ave. Music, Theatre and the Arts by Ruth Geils ROSARY COLLEGE students will preseat a performance of modern dance this Thursday at 1 P.M. with reflections on aspects of human life as the theme. Choreojra'ihy and production are by members of the dance class directed hy Margaret Kelso, assistant professor of physical education. Tne college is located at 7900 W. Division and admission is free. Music from Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" and Honegger's "A Christmas Cantata" will he presented by The College Chorus of CONCORDIA TEACHERS COLLEGE, 7400 Augusta, this Sunday evening. Members of the children's choirs from St. John Lutheran School in Forest Park will sing the part of the Angels in Honegger's cantata which will receive its first performance in this concert. T.ie concert begins at 8 P.M General admission is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students a,id children. Reserved tickets at $2.50 may be ordered by calling 771-8300, ext. 243. If this is your year to observe Christmas Day in a different manner, the CANDLELIGHT DINNER PLAYHOUSE, 5620 S. Harlem, offers a beautiful package for only $5.00. Christmas dinner will be served at 5;30 P.M. followed by aperformanceofthe award-winning musical "Man of LaMancha", then dancing. Call GL 8-7373 for reservations. TMi: VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS wai travel to Duidee Thursday, December 17 to sing their Christmas songs for the Fox Valley Painters' Association Christmas party. Then the VVC's will "close up shop" until after Christmas with a rehearsal scheduled for Monday evening, D<?ceml.pr 28 at Ti<v Parish House, 500 S. Hannah. High school and college girls who would like to wind up the Christmas vacation with an evening of barbershop harmony are invited to this last rehearsal of the year. •And don't forget to add 'o your holiday spirit by attending THE Vil-LAGE PLAYERS' "Ebenezer" this coming weekend or the one following. Tne performances on the llth, 12;h 18th and 19th are scheduled for 8:30 P.M. with Saturday matinees at 3:00 P.M., all a' Studio Theatre, 441 South Blvd. "Ebenezer" is a musical adaptation of Dickens' original "A Christmas Carol" and was adapted for music by Village Players' own B/uce Petsche and Jim Cronin. The Oak Park cast includes Judy Albert wno steps out of her recent role of Blanche DuBois in "Streetcar Nan^d Desire" to become Mrs. Cratchit. The talented Judy had the honor of being chosen as a mem' ->r of the class taught by Miss Helen Hayes wnlle a student at the University of Illinois Circle Campus. Ebenezer himself is played by Larry Grean - quite a switch from 1 is Sunday morning clijre of doing voices for a children's puppet show, The Magic Door, on TV. Another puppeteer voice for The Magic Door is Larry Moran who pla/s Bob Cratchit. M-. M'.Tan -las an illustrious list of credits and is currently Chairman of the Board of the Players. One last reminder about The Catoe Christmas Show this Thursday at 8:00 P.M. a: M:mtclare Theatre, 7133 West Grand Ave., featuring John Grune on the Golden-Voiced Barton theatre pipe organ. It's too late to order tickets by mail, but you may want to take a clmce on getting them at the door rather than miss (his beautiful concert. A word of caation - no recorders will be allowed in the theatre. This reporter got a large dose of Christmas spirit this past Sunday by traveling to Park Ridge Presbyte.-ia/i Chirch to hear my two grandsons, K.I 1, 7 and Kris, 4, sing in the Cherub Choir, looking deceptively angelic, of course! We hate to Brag but... 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