Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 27
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 27

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 23, 1970
Page 27
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WARM WISHES We join Santa in wishing you unlimited mileage of holiday joys. Many thanks for your confidence. Buff Moseke and Pat Hollahan Pat Hollahan Dodge, Inc. 801 So. Harlem Ave. Forest Park 366-4833 merry v-r / vhristmas <HiTi''s lo you, our good and patrons . . . our sincere appri-cialion jor tint privilege of sitruinfj you and b<-sl mis/ics jor a happy holiday season. Lelivelt Reali Jolly old St. Nick h coining to help in thank all our [>at runs, frienelf, ... you! Short Stop Lounge Gl.'S 4 SHARON 7425 Madison Street fnce Over Lightl by Bob Haeger FOR/J ,T PARK a >/. ; tf, WEDN^'UY, DECEMMrrf '3, 1970, PAGE 27 Aunf Emmy's Christmas Party On December 4th at St. Peter's Lutheran Church "Aunt Emmy's Play Corner" presented their annual Christmas Play. It was written and directed by Emmy Cafarelll. WHAT IS THIS? Deadline for filing Is Saturday noon and only two commissioner candidates have brought their petitions In? What's more, judging from the number who have picked up blank petitions, the possibility looms that there won't be enough candidates to require a primary vote. That's not the Forest Park we know. You could always figure at least half of the rumored candidates would actually get in the battle. It's a little surprising when you consider It only takes 50 bona fide signatures to get your name on the ballot. Not that we're pushing for last minute entries, but some of our best buddies are going to be mighty disappointed if they are deprived of their favorite pastime until the runoff in April. O-O-L SHORT COLUMN THIS WEEK. Not much has happened that's printable and beside, It's time to start my Christmas shopping. I don't like to do this too soon because of what happened to my Uncle Louis last- year. He got arrested for doing his Christmas shopping early. It was before the store opened. The picture above shows the children of Aunt Emmy's Play Corner in acting a unique Christmas play. In (Ills year's presentation, not only the birth of Christ was extolled but also Chanukah, the festival of candles. Mrs. Cafarelll hoped that thru this play, not only the children but also the adults learned to respect "other people's" faith. Christmastime can be a critical time for children of the Jewish faith. In public schools as in nurseries, they arc expected to participate in Christian celebration. Throughout the play, It was explained that the children of Jewish faith have their own joyous celebration Chanukah, which almost coincides with the Christmas season. They too celebrate a miracle that God sent them. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS "Silent night, Holy night; All is calm, all is bright." And high above Jddean hills, a new star shines . . . Joyful tidings bringing. "Joy to the world, the Lord is born," Sweet carols heard on Christmas morn . . . Little children singing. "Adeste Fideles," falls on waiting ears, All glory and honor to God on high . . . Christmas bells are ringing. 'Tis Christmas again: children singing, bells a-ringing; A message old we bring, yet new . . . "God's peace abide with you and you." The Employees and Officers of the Broadview-Westchester State Bank WE WILL BE CLOSED AT NOON on Thursday, December 24 and on Thursday, December 31 to give our employees a longer holiday. BROADVIEW- WES TCHES TEft STATE BANK 1bOO Roosevelt Road Broadview, Illinois 60153

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