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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1971, PAGE 14 - ' ' -A Lofty Inspection Commissioner James Sansone (left) and electrical superintendent Leonard Thiesse, begin their descent following inspection of new high-intensity street lighting along Hannah Avenue. The completed project stretches from Jackson Boulevard to Madison Street, and was done in conjunction with the street re-surfacing. "This involves more than just new lighting standards," Sansone said. "What's Important Is that the underground cable is new." "While they were digging for the new curbs, we couldn't pass up the opportunity to fix the lighting on this heavily traveled street," he said. . Sansone indicated he will continue to take advantage of such cost- cutting possibilities in the future, but emphasized that the permanent solution to Forest Park's street lighting problems will run "well into the seven figures." . . Harlem Maennerchoir New Officers Officers elected at a December meeting were introduced at are- cent general meeting held at the V.F.W. Hall. President Fred Marunde Is serving his eleventh consecutive year. Other officers are: First Vice President'Hans Herman, Second Vice President Karl Hornung, Secretary Kurt Reinhardt, Treasurer Hans Pfelffer. Also on the agenda were new business and the nomination of committees and delegates. PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration. Residential • Commercial • Industrial CARL REICHE, JR. Carpenter & Gen. Contractor 529-3583 6 No. 287 Rosedale Roselle, III. LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION VILLAGE OF FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS The Forest Park Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will hold examinations to fill possible future vacancies In the Police Department of the Village of Forest Park, Illinois, on Wednesday, February 3, 1971. Applicants will report at the Field Stevenson School at 939 Beloit Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois at 7:00 P.M. Applicants must be citizens of the United States of America, residents of the Village of Forest Park, Illinois have a high school education or its equivalent, be of good physical health and meet the requirements of Policemen as set forth in the rules and regulations of the Fire and Police Commission. Applicants shall not be less than five feet nine inches in height and not more than six feet four Inches. ' Applicants shall not weigh less than 145 pounds and not more than 210 pounds. Medical, physical, oral and written tests will be give. Those who qualify will be eligible for positions that offer excellent working conditions, pension upon retirement and full Civil Service protection. Starting salary $8,400.00 per year with yearly increase and uniform allowance. Applicants must be between 21 and 30 years of age. Applicants who qualify will be notified when and where to appear for examinations. Applications with copies of instructions may be secured from the Village Clerks Office, Municipal Building, Forest Park, Illinois after January 12, 1971 and returned not later than 4:00 P.M. January 28, 1971. ,^ FOREST PARK BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS 1/6- 1/13- 1/20 APPROVED: Andrew J. Collls Secretary Thomas Scolire-Chairmari Edward P. Toner-Treasurer LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION VILLAGE OF FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS The Forest Park Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will hold promotional examinations for Captain and Lieutenant of the Fire Department, on February 3, 1971 at 7:00 P.M. at the Fie d Stevenson School, 939 Beloit Avenue Forest Park, Illinois. This examination will be held .to fill possible future vacancies in the Forest Park Fire Department. . Applicants members of the Forest Park Fire Department who qualify will advised the Board of Fire and Police and Commissioners of their intentions of taking the examinations not later than January 29, 1971. 1/6- 1/13- 1/20 FOREST PARK BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS Andrew J. Collis Secretary APPROVED: Thomas Scolire-Chairman Edward P. Toner-Treasurer The oily Old-Fashioned MEAT MARKET i»tewn QUALITY MEAT CUT TO YOUR ORDER PRIME MEOTS tumour West End Market In the Heart of Forest Park TOM 7415 Madison St. 366-0116 CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 Congregational Meeting at St. Peters Church St. Peters Ev. Lutheran Church is holding their annual congregational meeting Sunday, January 24th during their regular 10:15 worship hour. Prior to the meeting, there will be a brief worship service. Reports by the church council and various organizations will be presented. Election of church councilmen will be held during this important meeting. Following the meeting, the congregation is invited to a delicious luncheon prepared by the "Lutheran Church Women". by Marge Sissulak Last week one of my customers brought a lovely pair of figurines into my shop. He said they were bisque. I said they were parlan. After doing some reading, I have to admit wecouldbothbecorrect. • According to Edwin G. Warman, the term bisque, or biscuit china, is used to designate ware which has been fired only once and is not glazed. The body Is soft and porous but will no longer soften in -water as air-dried china will. Some Items are decorated while others are put on the market In the state in which they came from the kiln. In recent years, new items and reproductions have •entered the market.Manycollec- . tors have become wary and the demand has slackened, along with the prices. Parian ware is a true hard paste, white porcelain known as biscuit ware, so called because of the absence of a glaze. The effect is similar to marble which it was intended to simulate. Many ofthe figurines and groups are of religious or classical subjects. Tea sets, plaques, pitchers, vases and jewelry were made of this ware which originated in England about 1845. It became popular in the United States about 1860 and continued in public favor until around 1900. According to Mr. Warman, a bisque and parian are both unglazed. One is called biscuit china and the other, biscuit ware. One is soft and porous, the other hard paste. They look alike to the ordinary person and it's hard to distinguish one from the other. "Bob", we could both be right, whoknows"? Anyway, the figurines are lovely and they look great in my curib cabinet. Thanks a lot! The .house sale we were supposed to conduct for one of our customers before Christmas has been postponed until the weather is nicer and due to illness in their family. We'll keep you posted. Remember the flea market In "DeKalb, HI. every second Sunday each month at Notre Dame High School. The next one is on February 14th (Valentine's Day). We'll be one of the dealers taking part in the sale and hope to see you all there. In the meantime, stop in at Friendship House Antiques and say hello. Friends of The Library The Friends of the Library will present Miss Josephine Austin as speaker at the Jain. 21st meeting. Among the books she will touch upon will be Mandala by^earl Buck, Futre Shock by A. T&ffler; Education of a WASP by L. Stalvey, Social Contract by R. Ardrey, Quiet Ptlerimmage by E. Vining, Other Loves by M. Sarton, and a Winter in the Hills by J. Wain. The public is invited. The time is 8 p.m.