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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1971, PAGE January clearance sale OPEN SUNDAYS FOR JAN. CLEARANCE 12 NOON TO 5 P.M. "PRE-INVENTORY SALE" SALE PRICES YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE 65 OZ. - SPONGE RUBBER PAD 1.50 PER SO. YD. CLEATED VINYL RUNNER HEAVY WEIGHT-CHOICE OF COLORS REG. )1.49 PER FT. SALEPKlCE 90 PER FT. RUGS 100% NYLON 8*12 FT. *35 40 REG. $47.40 SALE PRICE SPECIAL - 1 WEEK ONLY 100 Ox.- Sponge RUBBER PADDING REGULAR YD. *2 SQ. YD. CARPET TILES 12x12 INCHES WITH RUBBER BACK REfi. 491 EACH 29« SALE PRICE EA. OUR CREED: "If we can't save you money. We don't deserve your busineu." * SHAGS * PLUSHES * SCULPTURES * RANDOM SHEARED SOLIDS OR TWEED ... COLORS GALORE! * NYLONS * ACRILANS * POLYESTERS * KODELS .ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING YOU COULD POSSIBLY WANT! * LEVEL LOOPS * HERCULONS 7 Franklin RUG AND CARPET x Mart SHOP.AT HOME Iiut coll. ol no cwl or obligation to MM and a carp* «p«rt will be Ing KmplMlo youi hon». EnX* Your carpet whll. you pay 'lor ill SMALL DOWN PAYMENT oilU.r. TOUT broadloom. TaJw moolh. lo pay tht balanc. CALL..... 343-7765 1417 S. 5th AVENUE - MAYWOOD (2 Bllu. No. of ElMnhowcr Expwy.) STORE HOURS: OPEN DAILY 12 to 9 PM. SAT. 10 to 5 !•••••> V'MWVWBWBW I. ».J ttu.rn.mfuu. m. ' FRANKLIN RUG RECORDS EIGHT SUCCESSFUL YEARS The Tledje'i (pronounced T.J.^ BUI Senior and Bill Junior, are celebrating their eighth successful year as Maywood businessmen at Franklin Rug and Carpet Mart, 1417 South Fifth Avenue. Handling residential, commercial and industrial assignments, Franklin Rug and Carpet Mart's selection in carpets and rugs includes such famous brand names as Magee, Mohawk, Gullistan and Aldons. In addition to being a roll dealer in carpets, the Tiedjes are Hoover vacuum dealers, exclusive for Maywood. When the senior Tiedje was asked as to what he contributes his success, he answered, "A great deal of our success-is due to word-of-mouth testimonials, Customers who are completely satisfied tell their friends. We have a. splendid reputation, and the price is right for quality merchandise. " Over the yeais, the Tiedjes have shipped orders all over the United States and even to Peru and South America. "We have even taken care of folks' carpeting needs when they leave here and retire elsewhere; they Just leave the dimensions and we take care'of the rest,' Mr. Tiedje proudly added. Franklin Rug has done extensive work in churches, ' village halls, veterans hospitals, and even on the terraces surrounding hotel swimming pools. Leg/on — Auxiliary By Ethyl Schlupp "And a Happy New Year to All" Is the wish 'of the members of Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary to all the readers of this publication. Mrs. Lillian Schank, President of the Unit will conduct the business of the Unit at its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 19, 1971 at Memorial Hall, Circle A Adams, Forest Park. The meeting will be preceded by the sewing for blind Veterans in the morning, followed by luncheon. • * * * • ' , Beginning this new year the program of the USD will be continued. Fresh fruit, .purchased wi^h Unit funds and baked delicacies which will be accepted at Memorial Hall on this day, will be taken to the'USO on Wednesday; following the meeting. The holidays .are over but the needs of the USO continue and it is these needs that we of Fprest Park will help to fill in the program of National Security, under the direction of Mrs.. William 'Schlupp, cllairman. The value of our donations in-this administrative year for the USO amount to more than $000.00. Much of the credit fpr this work goestoth'ose folks, not members of our Unit,, who are so generous in their remembrances.. * * * Members of the Post and Unit will form a party and attend American Legion Night at the Chicago Stadium to witness the. dazzling show of the Ice CapadeV on Friday, February 26th. Bus transportation is being furnished and refreshments will be served upon the return-to the Post Club house after the show. Police Department Annual Report TO: The Honorable Mayor & Council of th« Village of Forest Park GENTLEMEN: I herewith submit the report of the Police Department for the year 1970. ' "v' Section 1, ARRESTS: Arrests made for Village Ordinances (other than traffic) . . . . GB Arrests made for State Statues (Felony-Misdemeanors) .... 253 Arrests made for Traffic Violations (State & V.O.) ..... .»1857 Arrests made for Parking Violations . 1G91G Section 2. GENERAL: Complaints answered: 7108 - Ambulance calls: Fire Dept. Personal Injuries reported: 532 - Auto accidents: 792 P.O.: G94 Injury: 98 Persons Fingerprinted: 380 Persons picked up for other departments: 75 Missing Persons reported: 47 - Located: 43 SecUoa 3. OFFENSES RESORTED; /•' Assaults: 35-Auto Thefts:»1.07 - Recovered: 81 ' Bicycle Thefts: 41 Robberies; 17 - Sex Offenses: 9 - Thefts:(ever $50) 105 - (under $50) 240 (345) ' Value of Property recovered by this department: 75000.00 . ' "'•• Section 4, POLICE VF,HICL£S: Tqtal Mileage - 2183.QE1 Per: Lieut. C. Bruehl Respectfully Submitted: Edwin J. Ziebell CHIEF OF POLICE Forest fark National Bank Annual Report Stockholders and Directors of the Forest Park National Bank held their annual meeting on Tuesday, January 12, 1971. Raymond S. Hatajak was re-elected President. )le reported that (lie Ba/ik stiuwechan increase of 30% in net profit and an increase of 13% In t'ltal assets compared with 1969. The Board also was pleased to announce the re-appointment of Edwin J. Connelly, Executive Vice President, Frank C. Ogdon, Jr., Senior Vice President.'.Robert J. Rapp, Vice President, C. William Hughes, Jr., Cashier, and John F. Donovan, Assistant Cashier. Directors elected at the stockholders meeting were: Alvln L. Jordan, Raymond S. Ratajak, RlchardG. Rcichle, Frank P, Schrelber, Joseph C. Sodaro, M.D., Bernard S. Unger, and Irving G. Vrooman. Mr. Frank P. Scnreiber, owner of Otto's Restaurant was re-elected Chairman of the Board.