Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 20, 1971 · Page 11
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 11

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 20, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1971, PAGE 11 Friedheim "Fred" MARUNDE for Commissioner of FOREST PARK VOTE for the MAN with INITIATIVE Y.M.C.A. Open House During the week of January 24th to the 31st the YMCA's across America will be celebrating National YMCA Week. Here at the Oak Park YMCA our plans are made to make YMCA Week meaningful to the communities it serves. Mr. F. Richard - Meyer, 111, President of the Oak Park YMCA Board of Directors, is inviting the public to the YMCA's gala Open House on Sunday, January 24th, 1971 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Included in the Open House will be guided tours of the building, many aquatic demon- stations, such as Tiny-Tot Swim, Synchronized Swimming, Scuba & Diving.AIso demonstrations in the two gyms will feature Volleyball, Judo, Karate, Fitness, Gymnastics and many more. Refreshments will be served at the end of the tour. Mr. Robert Turner, Executive Director of the Oak Park YMCA, says the Open House serves three purposes. First it opens the doors to everyone in the community, whether they are members or not, and enables them to see what is available at the "Y". Second it gives the new staff a chance to meet with the people and chat about "Y" activities and last it shows a capsuled view of the activities going on during the "Y" program year. Mr. Turner also says he would like to see all of the community residents come In and visit with us this Sunday of Open House. Schedule of Activities Swimming Fool • ,» • 1:00 Diaper - Mini - Tiny tot Swims 2:00 Synchronized Swimming 2:45 Scuba Demonstration 3:45 Diving Competition Large Gym 1:00 Womens Badminton 2:00 Womens Volleyball 3:00 Men's Volleyball & Fitness 4:00 Judo Competition : - Small Gym 1:00 Karate Demonstration 2:00 Floor Hockey 3:00 Boy's Gymnastics 4;00 Trampoline and Other Gymnastic Equipment Fourth Quarter Estimated Tax Due The deadline for final payment of 1970 estimated federal Income .tax is January 15, 1971, E. P. Tralnor, District .Director of Internal Revenue for Illinois said today. Some persons may havetomake an amended estimate by Jan. 15 if their income changed substantially during the last quarter of 1970. Space to compute an amended estimate is provided on the worksheet contained in the estimated tax package received by taxpayers for 1970. Others may have to file an original 1970 declaration on Form 1040-ES by Jan. 15 if they just met the filing requirements during the fourth quarter. Payment of the last installment or the filing of an original or amended declaration otherwise due Jan. 15 is not required if the taxpayer files his 1970 income tax return and pays all of the tax due by Monday, Feb. 1, 1971. Due dates are different for farmers and commercial fishermen, Mr. Trainor said. Public ation 505, "Tax Withholding and Declaration of Estimated Tax," furnishes additional information on this subject and may be obtain~ed by dropping a post card to your local Senior (-itizen.4 At the Jan. 5th meeting of the Senior Citizens Club, members learned of the passing of another member, Laura Kerr, after a long illness. At the Jan 12th meeting, Kay Taylor, Program and Trip Chairlady told the members of plans being made for two trips in the near future. Mathilda Petersohn was told she could go home from the nursing home if she can get someone to come and stay with her. Anyone interested, please call her son, Mr. Franklyn Petersohn at FI 3-0376 for details. On Tuesday, Jan. 26th, the club will celebrate the November, December and January birthdays. Celebrants, please don't forget to bring your birthday gifts! Several new membershavebeen taken into the club since the first of the year. Our sympathy to Irene O'Brien on the loss of her sister. Also to Jim Jarolimek who lost a brother and to Elsie Jacobs who lost a sister. The next meeting will be Jan. 19th at the Park Bldg. READ REVIEW Meet Your Fireman - CLARENCE "CY" SCHULZ Cy is the senior fireman on the department having been appointed by the Board of Fire & Police Commissioners on Oct. 1, 1946. The 58 year old fireman is a graduate of St. John's School of Forest Park. His father, Martin, is a former elected Commissioner of the village. The veteran firemanis assigned as head engineer of all the fire apparatus. He and his wife, Dorothy, are lifelong residents of Forest Park and their daughter Joan has made them the proud grandparents of two. C^naaaed Miss Bonnie Jean Daugherty, daughter . of Mrs. Arthur Daughtery and the late Mr. Arthur Daugherty of 844 Circle Avenue, Is engaged to marry Petty Officer 3rd Class, Eugene R. Kirk, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kirk of 846 Circle Avenue, Forest Park. Miss Daugherty is a 1969 graduate of Proviso East High School, attended one year at Triton Junior College. Presently she is employed by Chicago Motor Club Claims of Oak Park. Mr. Kirk Is a 1966 graduate of Proviso East High School and attended one year at Allied Institute of Technology and one year at Triton Junior College. He was previously employed at Sun Electric in Bellwood where he served his tool and die maker apprenticeship. He is presently serving in the United States Navy and is stationed at New Orleans, La. A 1971 wedding is planned. Completed Combat Training Marine Pfc. Michael H. Rhode, son of Mr. and, Mrs. John H. Rhode of 921 Elgin Ave., Forest Park, 111., has completed four weeks of individual combat training at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Music, Theatre and the Arts by Ruth Geils JEANETTE BOROWSKI and DAVE OU >LE, both of Fores! Park, ,sill be featured in "Tl, Desk Set" to lie presented Friday and Saturday nights-by ACT IV, the theatrical group sponsored by St. Bornardine parish. The witty comedy, directed by Bob Wright, also of Forest Park, will be performed at St. Bernanllne school hall, Elgin and Harrison. The original Broadway performance starred Shirley Booth and the film version starred Katherine Hepburn and' Spencer Tracy. "The Desk Set" is ACT IV's first straight dramatic endeavor and the cast is entirely made up of residents of Forest Park, Oak Park, Berwyn and the Austin area. Curtain time Is 8:30 P.M., JEANETTE BOROWSKI and DAVE DOWDLE ADMISSION $2.00. For tickets call Joan Preiwisch, 366-5635. If you missed, the Village Players performance of "A Streetcar Named Desire," you can still catch this powerful emotional drama on January 29, • at 441 South Boulevard, Oak Park,' by phoning 383-9829 to make reservations. Admission is $2.50. Barbershop quartets and choruses, tops in the nation, will be featured in the 10th Annual Harmony Festival to be presented Saturday night in Auditorium Theatre by the Chlcagoland Association of Barbershop chapters. Backing up the championship quartet, the ORIOLE FOUR from Dundalk, Maryland will be quartete from California and Michigan, as well as the SUN DOWNERS, 2nd place medalist quartet that originated in Chicago area. Chicago's own musical host and poet laureate, Franklyn MacCormack will join wi(h Hugo Winterhalter, Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt on the night before Valentine's Day to bring a truly heartwarming treat to all music lovers. "Music is Alive and Well" Is the title of this •memorable program. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Hello Larry: Here I am out here in California. Weather Is nice during the days. Nights are cool. I am out here by my sister and daughter. Also saw Bill Bartz, Joe Bourbeau and a lot of other Forest Park people who live out here now. They all said to say hello to you. I am also glad to get your paper out here at my sister's home in Riverside with all the news in it from back home. Also wish my two pals Sansone and Rlzzo good luck in the primary and will be back to help them for Election Day. So I wish all my friends back home good luck and will see you all in March. Your Pal, & Louis Oswald (one of the few old timers SRl •' left from good old Harlem) Dear Editor: I note with interest, out of the ten names submitted for Commls- .sioners, the incumbents and Mr. ArmandLadouceurarethe only ones I have seen at the many Council Meetings I have attended. Why do these peopl^ who hardly ever show up at Council Meetings, suddenly feel that they are equipped to run our village for us without full knowledge of what has transpired? Sincerely, Conrad J. Kuefner 1122 Ferdinand WOR-TH THE 0 PV/OUUTIP"J<*PY VA^AR . FLOODED THE OJl/^TfiY WirH -y

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