Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 20, 1971 · Page 4
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 4

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 20, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1971, Nominated for U.S. Air Force Academy naaaec Congressman Harold^R. Collier this week announced the nomination of John Christian Scheld of Forest Park, who has qualified for an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy for entrance in July 1971. "Jay", a well-known Proviso East athlete, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Scheld of 621 Thomas Avenue. VOTE for Edward R. Lambke for . Commissioner HONEST SINCERE LOYAL 36 years of age, married, father of three children. Life long resident of Forest Park A Illinois Bell Telephone Co. engineer. Served two years in the Army > President of The Forest Lions Club. Active in St. Bernardino Bowling League. Keep our Village Progressing . '••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I We Aren't Lawyers BUT.. We Do Handle Suits Bring your suit to us for the finest care that modern dry cleaning can provide. We guarantee quick service and complete satisfaction. . ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive- in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 HOURS: DAILY 7:30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED. at NOON lAJe (—are about your clotn eA 1971 AUTO LICENSE SERVICE THERE IS NO WORK FOR YOU TO DO WHEN YOU ORDER YOUR AUTO LICENSES HERE. YOU WE MERELY SIGN YOUR NAME TYPES THE ENDLESS DETAILS STAND IN LINE NOTARIZE GIVE YOU 24 HOUR SERVICE State plates '$1.75 Service Charges Oak Park Stickers 50? FOREST PARK STICKERS No service fee plus over the counter service Chicago Stickers $1.25- HOURS OF SERVICE Mon thru Thurs. Fridays Saturdays 3Urf urrencu 8:00 to 6:00 8:00 to 6-30 8:00 to 5:30 7418 W. Maditon St. P«rk. IRtnolf 3ee - zees Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. ScafidJ, 815 -So. Marengo Ave., Forest Park, m., are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Sue,' to Michael, son of Mr. & Mrs. Matthew F. Hojnackl, 5556 So. Kolin Ave., Chicago, HI. Mary Sue'- is a Sophmore at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago. Michael is a Junior at the University of Illinois, Champaign, majoring In Architecture. The wedding will takeplacenext year on June 10, 1972. World Of P h ;i rni Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Ph. or Jim McGANN, R.Pb. Always Ready to Serve You TEEN-AGE HEALTH #2 j .Oddly, diabetes, glandular disorders, blood ailments and congenital defects are low on the list. Acne is possibly a hundred times more common than diabetes but almost every teen with diabetes sees the physician regularly whereas only a fraction with acne do so. The family doctor treats 42 percent of all teen-age ills; pediatricians, 8 percent; skin specialists, 12 percent; and surgeons 20 percent. The reason the surgeon sees one-fifth of the teenagers stems from the frequency of accidents among this group. The same can be said of undertakers because motor vehicle fatalities go up to 42 per 100,000 population among the 15-24 year bracket included in this group. One-tenth of these" between 5 and 19 years of age have emotional problems. Malnourishment and maternal neglect are said to play a major role. Here at RIERSON PHARMACY we play a role in the COMMUNITY HEALTH TEAM. Let us fill your next prescription. RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 "New Morning" "I'm so happy just to be alive underneath this sky of blue, on this new morning, new morning with you." These are the words to the chor- ous of the song "New Morning" which was written by Bob Dylan. "New Morning" is also the title to his newest album and this one is no exception to the imaginative style that he portrays in all of his music. I've picked the title to this song as the name of this column because just the words "new morning" mean that something else is near. This "New Morning" isn't so far away. ATTENTION TEEN AGERS A new column for you! By teen-ager John Griffin. His photo will appear next week. By John Griffin One of the hottest selling books around today is "Love Story". (It's also a box office hit at the theatre.) This book is definitely geared to the female because it looks for a lot of tears and emotion for its characters. It wasn't too bad of a book but I found myself not laughing that much at its fow humorous sections. The story is about a poor girl of Italian descent who's worked her way into Radcliffe University and a rich guy who's a hockey star at Harvard. Eventually they get married but this book follows the old pattern of "boy meets girl, boy gets girl, boy loses girl." After they marry, he goes on to law school while she makes the money for them to live on by teaching. He finishes school and gets an excellent job in a law firm. There's a major complication in the story: he and his father have broken off relations with each other. Her father, "Phil" tries unsuccessfully to bring them back together again. So bring a handkerchief for the last few chapters if you cry easily or if you're emotional. * * * * If you like Crosby, Stills, Nash and Youngs' "Deja Vu", you'll. probably like their first album titled "Crosby, Stills and Nash". This record features one of their best songs, "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes". This song displays their ability to harmonize and the instruments come through well also. "Crosby, Stills and Nash", ajso has good songs like "Wooden Ships", "Lady of the Island", and "It's Been a Long Time Coming". Keep your eyes open and you'll see the new morning coming. VVC's Entertain Shoppers and Veterans Saturday afternoon the shoppers at Hillside Center were treated to an all-barbershop program performed by the Village Vocal Chords and Pioneer i Chapter, SPEBSQSA. A large crowd surrounded the two choruses, who took turns singing and entertaining each other, as well as the shoppers. The crowd was attracted in part by the announcement of the event on the Center marquee, where the VVC'S name was up in lights all week. On Friday, January 29, the VVC'S will present a special program for the Mines Hospital ambulatory patients in the hospital auditorium. The chorus is already at work on special music for its own annual show, "Harmony in Bloom", on May 15. Membership in the chorus is open to women of all ages who like to sing, and rehearsals are held weekly on Wednesday nights, 8:15 at the Parish House, 446 S. Hannah. School Board News by lody Henderson At the January 14 meeting of the Forest Park Board of Education the 1971-72 School Calendar was unanimously approved. School will begin for all students on August 30, 1971 and end June 13, 1972. Vacation periods throughout the year will be the Legal School Holidays plus a Christmas and Spring vacation. The dates of the 19711972 calendar will again correspond to those of Proviso East High School. Miss Nancy Haggerty was hired as bookkeeper to replace Mrs. Mary Hensel. During the Board Committee reports several topics of discussion were suggested for study to Members of the Advisory Council. Also the Board Buildings and Grounds Committee, Peter Thiesse and Harold Whelpley 'set a meeting date to begin the discussion of summer work necessary to maintain the buildings. The next regular monthly meeting will be February 11, 1971 at Field Stevenson School. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Changes In Schedules To Patrons of COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY. Commonwealth Edison Company hereby gives notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission on January 14, 1971 proposed changes in its rates, charges, classifications, rules and regulations for electric public utility service in all of the areas in the State of Illinois served by the Company. Such changes involve and would effect-a general rate increase, including increases In charges in the rates and riders for residential, commercial, industrial and governmental customers. Certain changes in terms and conditions of service and other provisions of the rate schedules also being proposed. A copy of the proposed changes in schedules may be inspected by any interested party at any business office of this Company. All parties interested in this matter or who' desire further information with respect to these changes may obtaininformation with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission in Springfield, Illinois, 62706. 1/20 & 1/27 COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY By Hubert H. Nexon VIce-PresIdent

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