Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 9
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FOREBTPARK KEVffiW,' WEDNESDAY FEBRUAftf S;' l9Yi; J Friedhelm "Fred" MARUNDE for Commissioner of FOREST PARK VOTE for the * MAN of ACTION 1 HARRY'S Penny Lounge <fc Rest. 7802 Madison St. ... 366-5772 "Cocktails "liicles dinners c Banquet Rooms Try our Friday & Saturday PRIME RIB $375 Dinner Also RAM at the ORGAN / jror your Listening Pleasure ';" Kitchen Closed Sundays & Holidays "I wait sparkle, freshness, too" I fo for good frieiiaf! Put your best face forward and find the look you like for your clothes. Let us do your dry cleaning. Thanks to special •methods, skill and experience, .you can count on a fresh, like-new look for every garment. ' . ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive-in Corner CIRCIE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 HOURS: DAILY 7:30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. e L^are about yoUr clotkei Forest Parker in Chicago Concert Forest Parker In Chicago concert, Dominic Stmonetta of Marengo and Lexington will conduct the Lake View High School Band of the Chicago Public School System. ; *" Mr. Simonetta has been with the Chicago School system for 12 years. He spent 9 years at Marshall High School, one year at Stelnmetz High and Is now assigned to Lake View High. The concert will be held at Lake View High, 4015 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. A few selections offered are "Grand March" (from Alda), "Holiday In London", "Cherish" and "Rhythm of the Winds". V. A. News The 1,000 wives of American servicemen missing or captured In Vietnam make up only a small percentage of the 580,000 women eligible for educational benefits, home loands, or both from the Veterans Administration, John B. Naser, director of the VA Regional Office In Chicago, pointed out today. A law signed by the President last month made wives of servicemen listed for more than 90 days as missing In action, captured "or forcibly detained or Interned in the line of duty by a foreign government or power" eligible for VA home loan and educational programs. The largest group eligible for VA programs is 180,000 female veterans of World War 11 andthe Korean Conflict, Naser said. Their unused expired loan benefits were restored by law last October. Another 160,000 women now In service, or who served after Jan. 31, 1955, qualify under the cur- Tent GI Bill for monthly checks for educationsi purposes and for the home loan program with loans quaranteed up to 60 per cent with a maximum of $12,500. Under a new VA program 175,000 widows of deceased veterans can go to school, take tralft- lng or make home loans underVA programs. Some 8,230 thus far have taken advantage of these major programs. Wives of 64,000 permanently and totally disabled veterans are eligible-for VA educational benefits. Some 1,800 have participated so far. - Naser said women who think they may be eligible for benefits under any VA program are urged to contact the VA office at 2030 West Taylor Street in Chicago. Card of Thanks My sincere thanks to the Forest Park Fire Department for their prompt and efficient service in taking my wife, Hattle Miller, to the Oak Park Hospital last Saturday, January 30th. J. T. Miller '914 Elgin Ave. Music, Theatre and the Arts by Ruth Geils r THE VILLAGE PLAYERS have completed casting for "Celebration", and the new play Is now in rehearsal, to open March 5 at Studio Theatre. The Players wilMiold tryouts for their last adult production of the season, "The Man Who Came to Dinner" on Feb. 7 and 8 at 8:00 P.M. at 441 South Boulevard. There are numerous characters of all ages to becaseinthissatiricalcomedy which will open April 2. For further Information, please call 383-9829. "Streetcar Named Desire" will be performed the next two Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 5) 6, 12 and 13 at 8:30 P.M. Reservations must be made by calling 383-9829; tickets are $2.50. THE TRITON COLLEGE JAZZ BAND will present a free concert in the Concordla Teachers' College gymnasium, 7400 W. Augusta, on Feb. 5 at 8:00 P.M. Open to the public, the performance is sponsored by the Concordla Music Department. ••••• CENTRAL YMCA COMMUNITY COLLEGE LIBRARY, 211 W. Wacker Drive, will be exhibiting Marcelino Crude's art and sculpture from Feb. 17 to March 10. Mr. Crudo, native of the Phillip- pines, uses Island as well as Chicago themes for his paintings and wood sculptures. : SAINT XAVIER COLLEGE will sponsor an exhibit of the work of a young artist, Charisse Foucher, Feb. 7 through 12 in the main reception room of the College at 103rd St. and Central Park 1 Ave. in Chicago. Miss Foucher was honored as an outstanding art student of DePaul University by being chosen to exhibit in DePaul Law School Library. On Sunday, Feb. 7 there will be a reception to meet the artist from 1:30 to 4:30. j THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS presented an hour of barbershop harmony to the veterans at Hlnes Hospital last Friday evening, featuring the SINGLTONES quartet, much to the delight of the patients who assembled in the hospital auditorium. : High School /nvif ational Jazz Band Concert Getting in tune for the Jazz Band Festival at Proviso East High School, • Saturday, Feb. 6 are Proviso East and West band members and directors: L. tq R. - Trombones - Ron Lemm, Hillside and Rich Sallee, Forest Park; Trumpets - Don Tenuto, Hillside and Douglas Beach, Broadview; Directors - Paul Tolosko, West director and James Kelly, East director \ A non-competitive jazz band festival, the first of its kind In Illinois, is scheduled for the auditorium of Proviso East high school, Saturday, Feb. 6 beginning at 11:30 a.m. The festival is open to the public. Band directors and bandmembers of area schools are particularly invited. Admission Is free. The musical event Is co-sponsored by Proviso West high school, Paul Tolosko, director, and Notre Dame 1 high school for boys, Nlles, Rev. George Wiskirc'hen, C.S.C., director, in cooperation with Down Beat magazine. It is sanctioned by the Illinois High School Association. According to Tolosko, "Purpose of the festival is to provide a non-competitive activity for purely educational and performance values. Each participating band has no actual time limit for performance. There will be no awards given; however, written and oral comments will be made on each band's performance by three clinicians, and clinicians will meet with band members for a critical analysis of their performance." Serving as clinicians will be the director and'members of the world famous University of Illinois Jazz Bank: John Garvey, director; Howie Smith, saxes; Ken Ferrantlno, brasses; and Chuck Braugham, rhythm. Participating bands and tfme of performance are as follows: 11:30 a.m. - Harrington High School, Don Bearman, Director 12:30 p.m. - Notre, Dame High School, Rev. George Wiskirchen, Director 2:00 p.m. - Proviso East High School, James Kelly, Director 3:00 p.m. - Proviso West High School, Paul Tolosko, Director 4:00 p.m. - "Head" or Improvisation band composed of selected members of the four participating bands, Howie Smith, Director. ELECT Edward R. Lambke for Commissioner

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