Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 6
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 6

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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 Boll Telephone Co. engineer. Served two years in the Army President of The Forest Lions Club. Active in St. Bernardino's Church Programs and Committees Keep our Village Progressing . • CIHNING.I Jor January & February X for 1 CLEANING on TACKED DOWN CARPETING Pay for the larger of the two > 20% off on LOOSE RUGS Also - GOOD BUY on NEW CARPETS WOOL or NYLON INDOOR CARPETING] Butler Rug Co. 7406 W. MADISON FO 9-6640 Whether if's Sfeef. . . . Whefher it's Snow . Whether if's 30 Below This is the number to call 366-0317 Car won't go? Our experts are always on hand for all your car needs. ' SNOW PLOWING Reasonable Rates TOMMOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. Cub Pack 106 By Joan Hein Cub Scout Pack #106 held, it's monthly meeting'*n Friday,'Jan. 22nd. There was an excellent turnout for the first meeting of the new year. Steve Knorps, Bill Lucey, Frank Link and John Dorff were welcomed into Webelos Den #1 by Mr. Zillner. Michael Lucey won a Wolf Badge and John Link and Scott Bisluk were awarded their Wolf Badges, a gold and a silver arrow. Mike Massoth was given the Arrow of Light and Peter Zillner, the Sportsman and the Scientist. The Pinewood Derby was held & the winners were Peter Zillner, 1st, Eli Sanchez, 2nd and Larry Stelnbach, 3rd. The boys really outdid themselves tMf year with their cars. Special thanks to Bill Kelm, Pet« Eterno, "Moe Malone, Sandy Bisluk and Nancy Bower for the judging. All boys received an ID Bracelet for their efforts. The Blue and Gold Dinner, Feb. 2Ist, will be a "Catered Affair" held at the VFW. After the dinner and entertainment, the Acheive- ment awards will be made for the candy sales. The boys all did a fantastic job with their sales this year. The top six sellers were: Steve Knorps,*Joe Eterno, Mike Hoffman, John Huebner, Joe Hein & Scott Beisluk. Congratulations to all the Cubs for a job well done! Triton Registration for Courses at Field Stevenson School Triton College will conduct four classes at the Field Stevenson School, Forest Park, beginning Thursday evening, February 18 from 7: ft to 10:00 p.m. ' Registration may be completed until February 11 by mailing the registration form on the inside cover of the Adult Continuing Education brochure, or be registering on the College campus in room B102 of the Roy C. Jones Business Hall between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 a,m. to 4:30 p.m. on Fridays. The four courses offered at the Field Stevenson School are: Beginning Painting, How to Save on Your Income Tax, High School Equivalency Test Review (G. E.D.) and Basic Clothing Construction. For further information call Triton College, 456-0300, extension 298, or Forest Park Schools, FO 6-5700, extension 42. Republican Precinct Captains Elect Officers The Proviso Republican Party and Organization of 170 Republican Precinct Captains in the Township elected a slate of new officers .unnanimously at the Clubs Headquarters 1419 Roosevelt Road at The annual meeting of all captains for the year 1971. Heading the slate of officers will be former township collector Don Provenzano of Maywood as Chairman of the Board. The second spot on the ticket will be headed by Edward McGuire as Vice Chairman of the Board from Forest Park. Hal Tyrrell of LaGrange Park will serve as President of the organization, I ichard Scott of Brookfield will be 1st Vice President 'William Studtman of Westchester will be 2nd Vice President, J. Warren Tallc of Tke T own by Jackie $ctvlz BILL & BARBARA REICH and 9 month old VERNON are returning to Forest Park after a 2 year absence due to the army. They're apartment hunting nowandwlUbe back with us February 22nd. Our sympathy to the family of" LT. RAY SCHNURSTEIN of the Wheaton Police force. RAY was 47 years old and $ brother of Elmer and Frank. KELLY ELLEN' O'CONNOR, daughter of MR. & MRS. FRED O'CONNOR, JR. was born January 18 at West Suburban Hospital. Waiting at horn? for her baby sister was JEANETTE, 21 months. Grandparents of Kelly Ellen and Jeahette are MR. & MRS. FREDO'CONNOR, SR. of Forest Park and MR. & MRS. BEN STROMSKI of Berwyn. It was an extra special day for Grandpa Stromski as baby KELLY was born on his birthday! Congratulations to DICK AUFSTEIN, freshman at Southern who made the De 's List with a 4.2 average! It was a big night in the life of VITO AND'ANTOINETTE LENTINI last Saturday. VTTO was installed ;as President of the Cambobello Social Club which he helped found 48 years ago. The dinner for about 300 people at the Chateau Royaie included many of their family and friends. Honoring Mr. Lentini were ANDY BAUER, SUZI TADESKI, GEORGETTE and PETE LENTINI, NANCY WENTLAND, JOE and ROGER PAZUL from Nordic Park, Kasca, BETTY and MARIO D'ALEXANDER MR. 4 MRS. AGATE, ANGELDJE FELDEN, JOSEPH LUPINO, MR: Si MRS. ANDREW GARGANO. JAY ANDGENE LENTINI were also celebrating their 19th anniversary. ' •• |}appy Birthday to KELLY GILLIAN! The charming little miss will be twelve years old February 6th. ^ And speaking of Gilllans, it isn't every young man who looks as great wearing a mustache as PAT GILLIAN does.. THE GILLIANS already have their pool set up for next summer. 'Oh February 23, they'll hold a splash party for all the winning nominees. ° Voice of Democray By Chas. Bruhn The -'National Voice of Democracy Program, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is designed to give High School students the opportunity to voice their opinions on a patriotic theme. This year the theme is "Freedom-Our heritage". The entrants scripts, which are put on tapes, are judged on'the local school level, the V.F.W. District leveland then on to the State and National levels. More than $288,500.00 in Bonds, scholarships and awards.will be presented to winners on all levels of competition. This year Proviso East students have participated in this program. Although none of them advanced above the loc^J school competition, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be presented with their awards on Friday, February 12th at 8:00 p.m. at Forest Park Memorial Post 7181, 424 Desplaines Ave., Forest Park, Bl. West Suburban Post 6366, Northlake, HI. and Wlnfleld Scott Post 2193, Maywood, Illinois were co-sponsors with Forest Park Memorial Post In this program. The winners are as follows;' First Place: Vanessa Valentine, Maywood, Illinois Second Place: Albert Brantly, Maywood, Illinois Third Place: Linda Tidwell, Maywood, m. Zubbrick of Westchester will serve as Secretary of the Organization Louis. Schloderback of Hillside- will be Financial Secretary, Joseph Carrlgan of Beilwood will be Executive Secretary of the Board. Elected to Treasurer is Ken Brostromof Maywood, Sgt. at Arms is Casey Lewandowski of Broadview and General Counsel for the Party will be .Edward Matuga of West- Chester. Marshall A. Quandt is Proviso Committeeman of the Proviso Reupblican Party. ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner

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