Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 9, 1970 · Page 19
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 19

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 9, 1970
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'•FPRgST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY.-PEtiE&kfiR 9 t 1970; PAGE-19 20 Years Ago Today Break Ground for 4 New Stores on Madison Street Ground breaking ceremonies wen- held Tueidny morning «t Madiion and De«pl» ine. n> local leaden gathered to turn the fir.t ipndeful of dirt, which il bem( done in Ac above picture by Art OUen. President of the Chamber of Commerce. Included in the picture alio are Fred Heuberijer. who it building the ilorei, Eli Zulai, E«rl M*rqu«rdl, who told tile land and will manage the buildingi, Bob Thorne, Jim Willia mton, Clifford" Marquardt, John Long, Roy Mohr, George Plait and Ralph Wetwr. OBITUARIES TLHNQUIST, THERESA A. of Forest Park. Loving wife of the latp Axel E. Beloved mother of Ruth T. Lilly and Florence A. Hint. Dear grandmother of Rith Gray & Robert Hanf. Fond great- grandmother of Susan and James Hanf. Funeral was No'/ember 5th from Zimmerman & Son Funeral Home. Interm-nt Forest Hom?s Cemetery. STAUCH. WALTER C. of Forest Park. Dear brother of Louise Weigel, Molly Ryan, and Dorothy (Herman) Flohr. Fond Uncle of Howard and Richard Flohr. Funeral was November 5th from Zimmerman 4 Son Funeral Home Interment Concordla Cemetery. STUEBNER, FREO of Forest Park. Beloved husband of Louise (Hartmann). Loving father of Freida Hurlebusch, Ralph and Fred Stuebner. Grandfather of 6. Great Grandfather of 8. Funeral was Nov. 7th from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. LOFSTROM, E.T-iiiR t. of N)rth Riverside. Beloved wife of Elmer H. Loving rmther of Lois (Janr;s) Toton. Grandmother of Jeffrey and James Toton. Dear sister of Ann Syojse, E.'lna Grant, Lillian W.'ialeaa, Otto, Arthur, and Walter Misch. Funeral Nov. 9tli at 1:00p.m. from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Intermi>:it Woiidlawn Ceinetary. Member of Forest Park Chapter #8o!O.E.S WAGNER, ADOLPH G., passed away in his home in the San Fernando Valley, California December 2nd after a long, lingering illness. He was born on Circle Ave., Forest Park on May 10, 1908 and resided In the village until 15 years ago when he moved to Canoga Park in the San Fernando Valley. He was the son of the late Mr. Si Mrs. G. J. Wagner and is survived by his widow Bern!ece (nee Syojse), daughters Barbara Flores and Adrlenne, 2 grandchildren Susan and Fred Flores, his sisters Mrs. Anne Peterson Mrs. Margaret Barton, the late Emily, andbrother William. Burial was at Forest Lawn, Glendale, California on Dec. 5th. FUNERAL HOME NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS 203 SOUTH MARION STREET - OAK PARK j 3-3191 Since 188C WICDEMANN, ROBERT J., 97, 230 Hawthorn Ave., Glen Ellyn, died Oct. 5 at the Miuior Convalescent Home. He is survived by his children, Ceclle Kristuiek, Hollywood, m.; Mi-.rguerite Fox, Glen Ellyn; Catherine Koba, Glen Ellyn; and Henrietta Davis, Downers Grove. He had eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. His wife the late Grace, preceded him In death. He was born May 20, 1873 In Saxony, Germany. Wu', DOCTOR HA'AO NUY of Forest Park. Lv/'.lij sis'.e:' of Betty Wu Chins and Henry H. Wu. Funeral wis Nov. 7th from Zimmerman and Son. Interment private. iltanus. Nov. 2:i-I)e<- 2]) Sa[MUanans, who are bolh intelligent and mlelleclual, pul forth peak performance.-, in climbing to tin- summit of achievement. With minds mil-resting themselves in profundities, they like the arrow -musl be free lo find [heir murk. They wisli to go fur to L-X plore, both physically and £'^ A''/ O mentally, und love all sports and games, especially in the greater freedom of the outdoors. Overemphasis on these traits can lead to an over-jovial, over-expansive type who becomes boisterous, slangy and sporty. Insistence on freedom can mean that they must become law unto themselves. Known for sagacity, Sagit- tarians seek enlightenment wherver they go. Turquoise is their birthstone and the blue stock their flower. TIIOl (illTKl DIGNIFIED Zimmerman & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7319 Madison Street Frederic D E h r i n g e r, Di rector phone 366-2200 Welfare Rolls Up! The nation's welfare rolls increased 21) per cent in the past year to a record 12.2 million persons, accord iriK to government statistics. The bulk of the increase is attributed to aiding families with dependent children. About HO per cent of the recipients are abandoned children or those whose mothers are unmarried. The relaxation of eligibility requirements may require the federal welfare budget to be .boosted us much us $1 billion to cover the unexpected new costs over the present Administration's budget, officials say. TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 GLASS? MIRRORS? cair : JAYLQI 'Glass Company '• VI 8-07*1 The StateTarm ^Matchmaker canjindyou a perfect match for life. State Farm Matchmaker service is free. And so simple. You tell us a little about yourself, your family, your goals. We give this information to our computer and in a matter of seconds out comes a State Farm Life insurance program that matches your needs. One you can live with. For a perfect match, see your State Farm agent. \m ART CARLSON, Jr. 7439/2 Madison St. Fo rest Park 366-3779

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