Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 12
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1971, PAGE 12 20 Years Ago Today VOL. LXX— No. 4 FORESCT PARK, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25» 1951 PRICE FIVE CEIfT* THREE FILE FOR MAYOR Clif Marquardt To Be Installed C. of C. President The plans for the annual installation banquet, of the Forest Park Chamber of Commerce an 1 all set. .according to Lloyd W. Lehman, general chairman. Over 400 reservations have been made fur the affair that will lie held next Wednesday night, (January 311. at the Chateau, 7i'!fil) Ogden Avenue, in Lyons. Offered to those in attendance, will be the famous cuisine of the Chateau .in the form of a sump- tions dinner, T> acts of the. regular Chateau floor show, dancing to 'the rhythm of an outstanding orchestra, and the opportunity to be 'awarded 'one of the over a hundred pri/cs of merchandise that will be given away throughout the evening. Kmceeing. the affair will be Claude A." Walker, Keview publisher who promises that it will be the shortest installation ceremony ever perpetrated on fun loving people. The following men will he installed: President—Clifford Murquardt . 1st V. 1'.—Eh Zulas 2nd V. P.—James M. Williamson Treasurer—William McKenzie Secretary—Robert Thome The Retiring President is Art Olsen. Directors of 'the Chamber are Arthur^ Olsc.i, Joe Reichmann. Roy D. Olson, -Edward Anderson, Sain Slotky, Clifford Marquardt, Robert Thorne, Andrew B. Colville, Edmund C. Trage, Frank Horejs, Ray Hanspn, Eai'I Silvers. Anyone can be prc/ud of making his mark in the world except when it's in red ink. Holdup Man Sentenced On Loven Testimony Maurice Loven of the Forest Park Jewelry. Store reports that on the testimony of he and his father, Robert Richardson was sentenced by Judge W il 1 i a m Tunny, to 2 to 5 years in the penitentiary. Several months ago this- man attempted to hold up the jewelry store, however he didn't realize that he Was dealing-with a pair of brave men, who in spite of having a gun held on them, disarmed the culprit and administered a severe beating. Chief Joe Cortino was also pres- nt and offeree) the prisoners' past K cord of burglaries and holdups in other eities as additional evidence. Purse Snatching An unknown robber attempted to snatch the purse of Mrs. Hattie Fitzgerald in front of the residence at 504 Des Plaines avenue, but was scared off when Mrs. Fitzgerald screamed. Robbery C.u.s Harder of 327 <ILIS jitiiciei tn J4i i/es Plilincs avenue was held up and robbed of $50 cash at 2 a.m. January. 17. The car used in the robbery was ecovery by Cicero police on Jan- Penalty Fefe. 1st Motorists who, would evade the penalty that goes into effect February 1st should bear in mind that local vehicle licenses must be purchased within six days. They may be had at the village clerk's office in the City Hall at 517 Desplaines avenue. His office will be open Saturday, January 27 'till 2:30 p.m. and on Wednesday evening January 31 until 9 o' clock. Promoted Promotion of George P. Biggs, 50G Beloit Avenue, Forest Park, to the position of superintendent (jf the locomotive division, is announced this week by Electro- Motive Division, General Motors. Mr. Biggs, who has been assistant superintendent at Electro- Motive's Plant Number Two, 900 East 103rd Street, Chicago, will make his headquarters at the parent plant in LaGrange where mainline General Motors Diesel locomotives are manufactured for American railroads. Mr; Biggs has been with Electro-Motive since 1936, when he joined the company as an electrician. He took a military leave of absence in March, 1941, to enter the Army as a second lieutenant, and he served overseas two years In the Africa- Italy theater. He returned to Electro-Motive in "the fall of 1945, after being released from the Army with the rank of lieutenant colonel. (Continued or. pace 12) Seventeen File for Commissioners; Three File For Police Magistrate Forest Laundromat Opens Friday, Jan. 26 The gala opening of the Forest Laundromat at 411 Des Plaines avenue will take; place this Friday, January 26. Doors will be open at 8 a.m. This ultra-modern half-hour laundry is-the inspiration of E. Clifford Marquardt and Jack Long, who believe there is a need for ju.st such art enterprise in the community. They have worked hard and long to get everything ready for the opening this weekend. ' . Twenty Westinghouse laundromats have been installed for your convenience. As reservations arc made, cither by phone or in person, washing machines are assigned in the order received. Clothes are w'eighcd and scientifically washed; only the finest, tested soaps, bluings and bleaches arc used. When finished, your clothes will look and feel as soft and fluffy as when new according to Clifford and Jack. A helpful attendant will be on duty at all times. In addition to the washers, there are two extractors on the premises, as well as two big dryers, tho purposes of which will gladly bcj explained by the attendant. 1 The puolic is invited', With or without wash this Friday. Learn more about their services from the proprietors themselves who will be on hand to welcome you this Friday. \ Slippery Streets Police report fifteen auto accidents in Forest Park from January 18 to 23 inclusive, caused by icy streets. Chief Cortino urges all motorists to drive carefully. \Vhcn tin- .village clerk locked the door ot his office 'I iK'Miay evening at 12 midnight, the following riii/cm t of Forest Park had filled tlu-ir petitions ior the various vil- fa^e oKiii-s. l-'nuii the caliber and number of candidates it should be interesting ami exciting cam- ii. Listed alphabetically they FOR MAYOR CF.OKCK C. OI.SKX. VKUNOX \V. RKICH ADOI.PII II. STARCK For Commissioner Morton !•'.. Anderson William Hart/ Harry M. [line Robert F. Dowel (ic-nrj-c 11. Drnmmoml Joseph' A. Hafner James Tamlola Michael 1-amhkc Charles W. I.clivclt l.onis (i. Mclcher Henrv C. Me\cr Louis' K. Prel'm Marsball A.' Quandt Charles S. Sansonc « Martin A. Scbulz Frank Sible . ** Marl C. Wbelplcy . For Police Magistrate .'alter F. Blossey, Sr. .oseph K. CaMcron Kdvvard G. .Schultz' Primary Day is Feb. 87 Larceny From Auto A pair of dark green fender skirts valued at $25 were taken from a Ford sedan belonging to James Danca of 7630 Adams street the evening of January 12. Officer at Garfield Mayor Vernon W. Reich has announced that on and after Wednesday, January 24th a police officer will guard the crossing at the Garfield school. H«H> Wanted Man and WOMMI H«lp Wanted Man and Woman Help Wanted Men. and Woman H«ip Wanted Mm, and W MEN-WOMEN WELCOME TO THE 2-3 DAY WORKWEEK , 1st & 2nd Shifts If you would like to work 2-3 days per week, we would enjoy talking with you about several PART TIME positions available at our Melrose Park plant. IX you have a need for additional earnings to supplement your family's income, then: we need each other. We can show you how our new on-call work plan can make your spare time turn into extra money. • . No experience necessary - just a desire to work. . COMi IN OR CALL: PLANT PERSONNEL DEPT. 345-6300 Ext. 377 ALBERTO CULVER CO. 2525 Armitage Ave., Melrose Park An Equal Opportunity Employer.- . Due to increase in production, wenowhaveopenings in the following departments. MACHINE SHOP Experienced "Turret Lathe Operators for 1st and End .shifts. ASSEMBLY Need experienced assemblers (male and female) or will train qualified individuals. 1st shift only. GLASS Need experienced glass blowers. 1st shift only. The above jobs offer top starting rates, excellent benefit program including Blue Cross, Blue Shield, major medical, profit sharing, etc. - . «ii . ' ' DUNLEECORP. 1023 GERMAN DRIVE BELLWOOD An equal opportunity employer . . MERCOR CORP. is now hiring For WIRE HARNESS "GENERAL FACTORY We will train you * Good Starting Salary and Company Benefits Call or Apply 678-0040 Mercor Corp. 3501'Martens St.. Franklin Pk. SALESMEN AND SALESWOMEN $250 -$450 per wk. Book, vacuum salesman, food plan, cookware salesman and.eto. New advertising has sited more leads than our .present force can handle. Territories open Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and 'Michigan. 834-0057 Danvers Packing 207 S. Villa Villa Park Week days 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 10-3 V. A. News -Q, Will VA deduct the premiums on "my GI insurance from my monthly conpensation check? A. Yes, the insured m£y authorize the monthly deduction of premiums from compensation or pension payments. Such authorization may be made on VA Form 9-888, Authorization for Deduction from VA Benefit Payments. Q. Are widows of World War II veterans who died on active duty or from service-connected disabilities still eligible for GI home loans? A. Yes. Unused, expired entitlement for widows of.-World War II veterans, as well as for veterans themselves, was revived by recent legislation. Q. My husband has a total and permanent disability from a service-connected injury. Can my children be recipients of VA educational assistance? A. It is likely that you and your children are eligible for assistance to wives and children of deceased or totally and permanently disabled. veterans. Apply to your nearest VA office. ' Q. I am eligible for training under the VA vocational rehabilitation program. Is it possible for me to take part-time training under the program? A. Yes. This has been possible since July 26, 19G8. Read Review

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