Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 30, 1970 · Page 3
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 3

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 30, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1970, PXSE 3 To The People Of Forest Park I want to take this opportunity to thank the many people of Forest Park who are willing to place their trust in me, who offer their support, who believe me qualified, and who urge me to be a part of our Village Government. Especially I want to thank those who took their time to circulate and sign'my petitions. It took many hours of serious consideration to decide that I would not seek a position as a Commissioner of our village at this time. My first committment Is to the youth of Forest Park. I consider It an honor to serve as a member of the Board of Education. I plan to fulfill this committment by continuing my service to the Forest Park Schools. BETTY REICH Received Army Commendation Medal Specialist Five David R. Kuhrmeler, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Kuhrmeler, 608 Lathrop Ave., recently received the Army Commendation Medal while serving with the U.S. Army Harborcraft Company near Saigon, Vietnam. Spec. Kuhrmeler earned tne award for meritorious service as a cook In the company. The Specialist entered the Army in October 1968 and received basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky. leaf Year success happiness you and To appreciation ,*..+ '6 Schnurstein Heating & Cooling ( Glen Schnurstein ) PR 1 '841 2 WE DON'T KEEP UP with the "JONESES WE KEEP AHEAD OF THEM! Our quality cleaning puts new life Into old garnets. There's no easier way to save mcney than to start shopping in your owu clothes closet. ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 364-0012 C~ar« about your clotk ei HOURS: DAILY 7:30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED. at NOON Completes Basic Army Administration Course Army Private Sam R. Pingatore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Pingatore, 1504 Marengo Ave., recently completed a basic Army Administration Course at Ft. Ord, California. The course trains students as general clerks, clerk-typists, and personnel specialists. They receive Instruction in typing, filing, English grammar, preparation of correspondence and In the recording and use of Army personnel records. Private Pingatore attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and Roosevelt University In Chicago, HI. and received a B.A, degree in 1970. His wife, Alicia, lives at 5774 Portage Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Larry Kaercher our editor oays Now is the time for all of us to make our New Year's resolutions. Aside from the usual reforms having to do with smoking, drinking and what not, it would seem the time has come to resolve to do things that are not strictly personal. We could begin by resolving to do something about better government; also to think more of the rights of the other fellow. Compassion should be a very big word in 1971. At work, we could attempt a higher quality of performance. And at home, we could display the mannerisms and considerations we use when we are with the general public. We could cut down on covering the landscape with empty beer cans, pop bottles and litter of all kinds. Also, it might not be a bad Idea to resolve not to make demands as groups or Individuals on our various forms of government in trying to get something for nothing. One of the most important resolutions we should make Is to have respect for the property of others. We should resolve to respect our policeman, fireman and all other civil servants who dedicate their lives to our health and safety. Fighting pollution and working for clean water should be a must on anybody's list of resolutions. We must resolve to do all these things and more. Obviously good resolutions like all of these could make the difference between just another miserable year to one of accomplishment and satisfaction. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Celebrates 25th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jahnke celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary at the Old Prague Restaurant In Cicero. Later a small reception was held at their son-in-law and daughter's home, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Frederick of Cicero, for family and friends. Mr. & Mrs. Jahnke's gift to each other was a Rldgeway Grandfather clock which they hope to keep in the family for many years. The couple was married at St. John's Church, Dec. 24, 1945. Ith sincere —*=-' appreciation Tor a fine year past, here's wishing that the New Year proves to be the happiest, brightest and most prosperous ever. May it be marked by ever continuing achievement and success each day for all. . CARMEN 4 GEORGE Cesar's Restaurant 7510 RANDOLPH ST. ORDER EARLY FOREST PARK FOrest 6-3804 Open New Years Eve and New Years Day Delivery Service tool

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