Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 6
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6,, 1971, PAGE 6, World Of Phann.'i c Ed MALCZYNSKI. R.Ph. or Jim McCANN, R.Ph. Always Ready to Serve You THE "EYES" HAVE IT Eve hygiene should begin early in life. A baby should not stare directly into the sun, because the outer eye membranes are delicate and burn easily. Every child should have a pre-school ^eye examination. If a defect is discovered, the future problems of poor grades or an emotional quirk may be avoided. At a young age, children should be taught to protect their eyes from injury and infection resulting from rubbing the lids-with dirty fingers. Sharp instruments such as -scissors and knives, should be kept out of the toddler's reach. When buying toys, consider the age of the child, playthings with sharp points and edges are dangerous. Warn about the hazards of throwing stones and 'dueling with sticks. HARD AND FAST, rules should be-established before the older child is given a • bow and arrow, slingshot, etc. . Lastly, shatterproof lenses are safer for children who wear glasses. You don't have to look hard or • long to find a pharmacy that cares for you as an individual RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 St. Bernardine Mother's Club St. Bernardine Mother's Club will hold its first meeting of 1971 on Wednesday, January 13 at 8:00 P.M. in the school hall. Through the courtesy of Jewel Tea Food Stores, Mr. Ray Meyer will demonstrate various cuts of meat and the best way to prepare them. Refreshments will be served and everyone'is welcome. LETTERS to EDITOR Dear Larry: I would like to apologize to the Fraternal Order of Police for not having mentioned a very important fact in an article publisftfed-in the Review two weeks ago by the Kiwanis- Club thanking the Girl Scouts for helping to wrap presents. I forgot to mention that these presents were collected by Forest Park's Fraternal Order of Police as they were last year. They comprised a good part of the presents delivered Christmas morning^ Inasmuch as I submitted the article, it was my mistake. I would like to say we very much appreciate the cooperation of the Fraternal Order of Police and promise it will not happen next year.. Forgetfully yours, James E. Sarno ' Boys & Girls Committee .. - . • . Kiwanis Club Friedhelm "Fred" Marunde 36 years old Resident - 17 years at 117 Elgin - wife and 2 daughters. Past President Forest Park Oktoberfest -New Bd. o! Directors. President - Harlem Maenner- chor for 11 years. Member of V.F.W., Forest Park School Board Advisory Council and St. John Church. Veteran of U.S. Army Engineers.. Salesman for Chicago Engraver's. VOTE for Marunde for Commissioner •••••••••i Pre School Swim Instructions at the "Y" New pre-school swim classes will start at the Oak Park YMCA, 255 South Marion Street, the week of-January 11, 1971 and will'con- tinue for four weeks. These classes are offered to children from the ages of 6 months to 7 years with many different skill levels. The classes are at various times during the day and all classes meet twice a week. The pro-school swim program is a. progressive program de- Signed to develop the child physically and mentally. Mothers attend" the classes with the child and assist the instructor in ttie teacljing process. Registration for these.classes will begin Tuesday, January 5, 1971. Further information ( on these or other classes can be received by calling the Oak Park YMCA at 383-5200. The only Old-Fashioned MEAT MARKET in town QUALITY MEAT CUT TO YOUR ORDER •PRIME'ME/OS West End Market In tl\e Heart of ForestTark 7415 Madison St. 366-0116 Library News . Now being the time for miking resolutions that may not be kept, anyway, and the time running out on this idea, it occurs to us that this credo taken from a Wisconsin Library publication says what we might be moved to say in less eloquent language: We believe in libraries: " They hold the recorded es- perience of men, / Information reliable and unrestricted, ' Resources for study, for vocational training, for enlightened citizenship, Literature that lights the mind and recreates the soul. We believe in them as inviting places, Welcoming those who need or seek their materials and services, indispensable to students of all ages and to progressive communities, ' .Supported by every level of government " And placed within the free, eatty reach of all. We believe in librarians: They hold the key to libraries, And with skill and dedication, they can unite resources with people; We believe that these catalylists of, learning must be persons of integrity, fairness, dignity and warmth, . That they must grow personally and professionally, Joining with others to work toward the highest standards for their profession, , That, fortified with thebesjtech- niques, with vision and enthusiasm, They nuist accept llielr respons- ibjlity to serve an ever-changing world. If we can live up to this, we' will have truly fulfilled our 1971 resolutions. Music, Theatre and the Arts HAPPY NEW YEAR! We'd like to start the year by thanking.all the organizations who have participated in this new column, and especially those who have been kind enough to say, nice things about us. Let's hope that 1971 sees a growing interest in all of the arts by our community and we invite all who are presenting musical and theatrical performances to keep us informed. Our grapevine tells us that this may be the year Forest Park will launch its own art fair. Certainly there are many fine artists in our community.and we'd all like to see more of their works. * * * Everyone is familiar with the story of "Peter Pan" and now by Ruth Geils the St. James Christie Academy of Performing Arts will bring this delightful legend to life, not Everyone is familiar with the story of "Peter Pan" and now the St. James Christie Academy of Performing Arts will bring this delightful legend to life, not with Mary Martin In the lead, but featuring our own talented children. The Children's Theatre production will be a musical version of the classic tale, and boys and girls ages 5 to 12 may try out on Monday, January 11 at 4:00 P.M. Rehearsals will be held every Monday from 4 to 6 at th,e Academy, 141 S. Oak Park Ave. Alternate casts rehearses Thursdays from 4 to 6. Registration fee is $10.00. At the same time, the Academy Jr. Teen Theatre will be preparing a monster spoof called "I Was a Teen-Age Dracula," for .which boyS and girls ages 11 to 15 may try out on Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 4:00 P.M. Rehearsals will be every Wednesday. For further information on either production, call 777-4298. " ...-•• * * * The Chicago Public Library Art Department will be featuring the works of two women, a sculptor and a painter beginning January 4. Mrs. Clyde'Ball, the sculptor, studied at Iowa State University and Chicago's Art Institute, and works in her studio in the Dune country of northern Indiana. Mrs. Ball has a refreshing philosophy about her work which is.probably shared by allar.tists; "Art is a reaction against the conformity of life. Everyone must make a'small oasis in a desert of "machine made" slick, production*-line goods. My work is a hunger for beauty - an extension of nature in its many forms." The second artist is Mrs. Maynard Kier of Highland Park, a painter- who received a 1st place award at the Suburban Fine Art Center outdoor show in 1970. She says she "works in a frantic household . but finds it stimulating . . A true artist must please himself first and be satisfield and confident of the results . . To create and use one's mind is the beaut'iful key." • The -work of these two talented women can be viewed Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 9:00 and on Saturday from 9 to 5:30. LEGAL Notice is hereby given that the names of the following persons will appear upon the primary ballot for the office of Mayor and Commissioners of the Village of Forest Park at the primary election oh Tuesday, February 23, 1971. FOR MAYOR Howard R. Mohr Earl R. Witt FOR COMMISSIONER James H. Clark Jeremiah James Curran John Hanley Patricia D. Hemstreet Armand C. Ladouceur Edward R. Lambke Charles R. Lelivelt Friedhelm (Fred) E. Marunde Santo A. Rizzo James V. Sansone' 1/G- 1/13 William R. McKenzie Village Clerk Village of Forest Park LEGAL Nominating petitions .for'Commissioner-of tho Board of Park Commissioners of the Park District of, Forest Park may be filed any time before February 1, 1971. Petitions may be filed with Alice M.. Conway, Secretary, between 9;00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on weekdays, at 7501 Harrison Street. Further information about the forthcoming election on April G, 1971, and nomination petition forms, amy be obtained from the Park District office'. READ the REVIEW It's for YOU

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