Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 3
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 3

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 6, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY C. 1971. PAGE 3 LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION VILLAGE OF FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS The Forest Park Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will hold promotional examinations for Captain and Lieutenant of the . Fire Department, on February 3, 1971 at 7:00 P.M. at the Field Stevenson School, 939 Beloit Avenue Forest Park, Illinois. 'this examination will be held to fill possible future vacancies in the Forest Park Fire Department. '• Applicants members of the Forest Park Fire Department who qualify will advised the Board of Fire and Police and Commissioners of their Intentions of taking the examinations not later than January 29,1371. ' \ 1/6-1/13- 1/20 APPROVED: FOREST PARK BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS Andrew J. Collls Secretary Thomas Scolire-Chalrman Edward P. Toner-Treasurer Card of Thanks We wish to thank the. Forest Park Police 'Officers Richard Cowen and Richard .Miller for their fast, courteous service Dec. Z4th after our accident in the rear of 23? Elgin Ave. Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Firmlss Fort Smith, Ark. Card of Thanks . * ' ,We wish to thank our many friend's and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy and beautl-. ful .flowers tendered us in our recent bereavement. The Family of PEARL J. OSTJEIjKAMP Girl Scout News. / ByloanRippa Brownie Troop 150 of Field Stevenson made Christmas a little happier for the residents at Altenheim. Twelve girls under the guidance of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis, 'Mrs. Tripp and Mrs. Culver went out to the German Old People's Home and sang a lovely medley of Christmas carols and took along with them candy roll gifts that they had made. Junior Troop 4 from Betsy Ross surprised residents of their neighborhood at Christmas when they went up and down the blocks singing carols - much to the delight of everyone who lie'ard. Lone Tree Council'will hold its annual meeting January llth at 7:30 p.m. at St. Lukes School. It should be a most informative anrl enjoyable evening. All registered adults and leaders should- try to attunii. READ REVIEW Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lange pi 508 Hannah Ave., Forest Park, proudly announce the engagement of their daughter Judy; to Ardel Melslnger of Norfolk, Nebraska. Both Judy and Ardel are'seniors at Concordla Teachers College in Seward, Nebraska. . A July wedding is planned. EffectTveJah?!, 1971 Due to the increased cost In printing, postage and paper, we are forced to Increase our subscription cost to $5.00 for one year and $D.OO for two years. Received Master of Arts Degree Noreen M. ,Nagle, 629 Elgin Ave., Forest Park, received a master of arts degree In guidance and counseling from Northeastern Illinois State College, Bryn Mawr at St. Louis Ave., Chicago, at tlie college commencement, December 21, at Orchestra Hall, 220 South Michigan Ave,, Chicago. WHIRLPO THERMAL BATHS Whirl away nervous tensions, arthritic aches and muscular pains. Hoi Springs' waters relax you like nothing else in the world. Unwind under the skillful hands of a masseur or masseuse. Total comfort is yours at the Arlington's Bath House. Enjoy all the activities of this fu service, year round resort hotel- Championship golf» Mountainside swimming pools • Free cocktail parties • Nightly entertainment V HOTEL anil £7 BATHS Edgar A. May. Mgr. (501) 623 7771 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS Chicago Office: 337-4387 Larry Kaercher Your editor Says Now that the holidays are over, most of us will get back Into the old rut ofearningourdailybread, living our routine sometimes mononoutous lives, and In general grinding out a daily exsistence. This at best, is not a happy, note but It typltfies a great percentage of all of us in this country to-day. And it need not be true, if we take the time to ask ourselves "what can I dotorilakemy life fuller anri more Interesting In 1071?" As President Kennedy once remarked "The secret of a full life is to be Involved In your community, and (Me nation." As opener's there are. many fine organizations right here In our town that would welcome your time and efforts. And all for good causes. There are charitable organizations helping-those who cannot help themselves. They would welcome your assistance. There Is a local election coming up Jn our village. Attend aJ] the candidates meetings, choose the candidate or candidates you think will do the best Job, and then go out and work for them the best way you know how to help them to be elected. This, of couse enable you to do your part for good government. There are many in our village who are alone and friendless that could use a occasion visit, or even a phone call every now and then. The various churches In our town certainly need the continued help and attendance, from their members that was exhibited during Christmastime'. . There are countless proverbs that emulate what I am trying to say such as: "You only get out of life what you put into it, and it is better to wear out than tb rut out." But one in particular, a favorite of mine, tells it like it should be. It reads like this; »i expect to pass through this world but once. Any. good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature,.let me do It now. Let me not defer or neglect It, for I shall not pass (his way again." And that, is not a bad Idea fpr everyone, In 1971, and the years to come. • . Middle School Music Project by Jody (tenders*- Miss Donna Budill, Middle School Vocal Music Teacher introduced to her seventh and eighth grade students a unit of study which proved to be very interesting and exciting. During the six week period the students traced the history of music an-j learned about many musical intruments that marinas developed throughout the World. One of the assignments was that each student either make or draw a poster describing a musical Instrument. As a result of this assignment Miss Budill's room was soon filled with the creative projects of our young people. Pictured above are some of the students proudly displaying their projects and the happy Miss'Donna Budill. ; Chris Czopek, Primitive American Indian Drum; Gall Peterson, a poster of a Regal, an early version of (ho pipe organ; Mike Vlnce, a replica of a primitive African log drum; Nancy Kallas, a replica of the clarinet; Miss Budill, Kathy Sledg'e, a poster of the violin; and Frank Romano, holding a replica of an East Indian Sitar which .was made by Linda Ayers who was Absent when the picture was taken. To make these projects the students used air kinds of materials such as cardboard, paper mache', leather, string, and paint. As is evidenced by the'picture many hours of work and enjoyment was experienced by all. Italian Catholic Federation Meeting The I.C.F. of St. Bernardine #96 will hold Its regular monthly meeting on Jan 6, 1971. Will all members please attend as there shall be much on the agenda to bring up to date for the coming 1970-71 season. I would like to remind our members to bring their dues and hospltallzatlon fees up to date. Thank you. -. St. Bernardine Women's Club By Mary Plotzke Voting on the revised constitution of the Saint Bernardino's ' Women's Club will take place at the monthly meeting, Tuesday, January 6th at 8 P.M. In the school hall, 815 Elgin Avenue, Forest Park. The awards for the best entries of Saint Ber- nardlne's school, In the^Archdiocesan Essay •Contest, will be presented. '• Games and refreshments, will follow.

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