Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 8
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FGREST.iPAHK. REVIEW,WePNESDAY,,'PEBRUABY 3, 1971, .PAGE 8 •' • MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE RE-ELECT EARL R. WITT for MAYOR THE MAN THAT CARES Primary Election TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd \Vorld ". Of P h ;t rni; \ r \ Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Ph. or Jim McCAHH, R.Ph. i IK.ea.a to .i/fou. y FLYING and YOU #1 Medically marginal passengers is air line parlance for men and women who have a physical problem. These conditions consist of heart trouble, chornic lung disease, hypertension, and other incapacitating disorders. So many people fly today that some medical problems en route are inevitable. For example, a . man .with coronary disease develops a heart attack due to the excitement associated with getting to the airport, checking in or greeting friends. A person with high blood pressure or heart trouble should get to the airport, one hour early to avoid the last minute rush. Some insist on carrying their own luggage. In addition, many heart patients are too proud to order a wheel chair, even though they have difficulty walking the long distances to the boarding area. MORE NEXT V -WEEK We're not too proud to ask you to have your prescriptions filled at RIERSON PHARMACY all the time, not just when you're taking a trip. Bring us your next prescription and learn what friendly, courteous service really is .... RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 Garden Club Donates $100 To Kidney Fund On February 10, 1971, the Forest Park Gar.den Club will hold their monthly meeting. The program will be a Valentine exchange and contest^for the best Valentine arrangement. Ribbons willbe awarded. The election of Vice-President & Secretary will also be held. All members are reminded to bring Valentine cookies and/or favors along to this meeting for the people at Altenhelm. Reservations will be taken for the bus trip to the Flower Show held at McCormick Place" on March 22, 1971. Seats are limited so place your order at this meeting. Tickets will be available, for entrance into the show, at the reduced price of $2.00. Hostesses will betheMesdames Weiss, Holmes, Jung, Swanson and Lanasa. On January 13, 1971, 28 members and 5 guests attended the meeting. Mrs. Pauline Esdael, concert whistler, presented an extremely interesting program. Mrs. Esdale is the Ornithologist for the Garden Clubs of Illinois. We were indeed honored t6 see this program. The Club voted in favor of donating $100 to the Kidney Fund and $10 to the River Garden located on the West side of the Chicago River. Mayor Witt Comments on Possible State Legislation Earl R, Witt, Mayor of the Village of Forest Park and President of the Proviso Municipal League, recently announced the signing. of two resolutions • by the thirteen mayors of Proviso Township opposing possible state legislation. ' In the first resolution, Mayor Witt stated, "we are unanimously opposed to the adoption of any and all. legislation which would establish a state BUILDING CONSTRUCTION code'or any other state legislation which would usurpJOcal building authority or subjugate mlnlclpal home rule, relative to the control of building construction." .- • ' • . The second resolution, added Mayor Witt is "that we, in the best interest of our citizens, are unanimously opposed to the adoption • 'of any and all legislation which would establish a 'State Land Use Commission" or any state legislation which would usurp the local legislative zoning authority of our municipalities, or subjugate municipal home rule relative'to .tne control and designation of land uses. In part, In the first resolution, "we oppose such a state law because It would negate municipal home rule and the right of the citizens to govern their destinies", quoted Mayor Witt. "The second resolution again would negate municipal home rule, plus Jeopardize the health and safety of the citizens of our municipalities", concluded Mayor Witt. 7 'wins Retire From Identical Positions Field Stevenson P.T.A. Meeting and Play by the Third Grade By Nanette Rozhon The Field Stevenson P.T.A. meeting will be held in the cafeteria Tuesday evening at 8 p.m., February 9th. The third grade will put on a play and do different science experiments under the supervision of their teacher Mrs, Whelpley. We would like to have 100% participation on the parents part, therefore, we urge all parents to attend P.T.A. meetings and find out what their child is doing. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. ADIEU FOR TWO — Dolngthingsln unison has been a way of life for twins George and William Wilcox. Sharing boyhood adventures, mis-adventures and school days together, they grew up to work for a common employer, Commonwealth Edison Company. In the early '20's both started to work for the Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, then an Edison subsidiary. For some time they held parallel careers in sales work; later they engaged in administrative, public relations and customer-service activities mainly in the western suburbs. Recently, after a total of 6ver 90 years in the electric utility business, both retired from identical positions. For some time William has been Edison's district superintendent in the Maywood area and George has held the same post in the Oak Park area. In the course of their work both men have become well known to hundreds of customers of the company and to business and civic leaders in many communities of the western suburbs. In their final days on the job, both received the hearty farewells and good wishes of many people with whom they had worked over the years. Among them were John Gearen, (at right In photo), village president.of Oak Park, who expressed his good wishes to them In the village hall. At left is George - - or Is It William? - , no, that's George. Medium Rare Freddie Martin Pociak For an easy dessert, sprinkle blueberries with lemon juice and top with a mixture of blueberry pie filling and whipped cream. * • Youlll get themaximuni flavor from commercially-prepared salt substitute if you do not add It to food until just before serving. A sprinkling of ground ginger adds a dellclously.different flavor to hot buttered carrots. An American archeological expedition to the Middle East onve discovered several well- preserved loaves of bread that were found to be more than 3,500 years old. Speaking of" stale bread, try. putting a slice atop cabbage or other strong-flavored. vegetables to cut down on cooking •odors.- Remove -later 1 " with a slotted spoon. / If your appetite Is getting stale, perk It up with a visit to THE PINES STEAK HOUSE, 7412 Harrison St., forest Park 366-0059. Our . Imaginatively prepared dishes will add zest to your life. ~ Curran Names Committee Chairman -Members of the Citizens Committee for the. Election of Jeremiah J. Curran for Commissioner in Forest Park, announced the appointment of Michael LaRocca as Chairman, to direct the coordination of the forthcoming election. Curran, owner of the Forest Printing Co., will conduct his campaign from his office at 7233 W. Madison Street and is now in the process of planning home meetings to take his campaign right to the people, to meet them personally and to get their viewpoints. . Curran stated that the current ( commissioners have moved too ' slowly on certain aspects of Village business and have done nothing at all on other matters that are of Importance to thecit-' izens of Forest'Park. Curran also contended that certain avenues of progress have slipped past the commissioners and they have-failed to take the lead on matters that will affect the Village of-Forest Park and its citizens for years to cnmp ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner

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