Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 15
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LEGAL NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, February 23, 1971 a primary election will be held in and for the Village of Forest Park, Cook-County, Illinois for the nomination of two (2) candidates for Mayor and eight (8) candidates for Commissioners of the Village of Forest Park. That for the purpose of said primary election, the Village of Forest "Park shall be divided Into eighteen (18) election precincts, designated as prnrlncts numbers 61" through 77 Inclusive and number 85, tho I. -aries thereof and the polling places for each precinct being as ft/i lows:'" PRECINCT NO. r,l - St. Paul's Church Hall, 7424 Dixon Street That part of Forest Park lying south of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, north of the center line of Randolph Street, east of the center line of Lathrop Avenue, and west of a line described as follows: Beginning at a point on the center line of Circle Avenue at the center line of Randolph Street, thence northeasterly along said center line of Circle Avenue tothe center line of Marengo Avenue, thence north along the northerly projection of the center line of Marengo Avenue to the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. PRECINCT NO. 62 - Baptist Church, Harlem Avenue at Dixon Street. -That part of Forest Park lying south of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, north of the center line of Randolph Street, west of the center line of Harlem A venue, and east of a line described as follows; beginning at a point w the center line of Circle Avenue at the center line of Randolph S' t, thence northeasterly along the center line of Circle Avenue u the center line of Marengo Avenue, thence north along the northerly projection of the center line of Marengo Avenue to the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. PRECINCT NO. 03 - St. Paul's Church Hall, 7424 Dixon Street , That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Randolph Street, west of the r nter line of Marengo Avenue, east of the.center line of Lathrop Avenue, and north of a line described as follows: beginning at a point on the center line of Washington Street projected westward fn'-n Circle Avenue at the center line of Lathrop Avenue, thence ea,s< along said projected center line of Washington Street to the center line of Circle Avenue, thence southeasterly along the center line of Circle Avenue to the center line of Washing™ Street projected westward ijrom Harlem Avenue, thence east along .< projected line to tin center line of Marengo Avenue.. PRECINCT NO. G-I - St. John Church, 305 Circle Avenue That part'of. Forest Park lying north of the center line of Madison Street, west of the center line of Marengo Avenue, east of the center line of Lathrop Avenue, and South of a line described as follows: beginning at a poli on the center line of Washington Street pro> jected westward from Circle Avenne at the center line of Lathrop Avenue, thence 'east along said projected center line of Washington Street to the center line of Circle Avenue, thence southeasterly along the center tine of Circle Avenue to the center line of Washington Street projected westward from Harlem Avenue, thence east along said projected line to the center line of Marengo Avenue. PRECINCT NO. 65 - Gus' Barber Shop, 7213 Madison Street That part of Forest Park lying north of the center line of Adams Street, west of the center line of Harlem Avenue, east of the center line of Marengo Avenue, and south of the center line of Randolph Street. PRECINCT NO. 66 - V.F.W. Hall, 424 Desplalnes Avenue That part pf Forest Park lying south of the center line of Madison "Street, west of the center line of Beloit Avenue, north of the center line of Adams Street extended west to the DesPlalnes 'River and east of the DesPI'l'i's River. PRECINCT NO. 67 - St. Peter's Parish House, 446 Hannah Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Madison Street, west of the center line of Marengo Avenue, north of the center line of Adams Street and east of the center line of Beloit Avenue. PRECINCT NO. 68 - Library, 7555 Jackson Boulevard That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Adams Street, west of the center line of Thomas Avenue, north of the center line of the right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad, and east of a line described as follows: beginning at a point on the center line of DesPlalnes at the center line of Adams Street, thence southerly along the center line of DesPlalnes Avenue to the center line of Jackson Boulevard, thence east along the center line of Jackson Boulevard to the center line of Lathrop Avenue, thence south along the center line of Lathrop Avenue to the center line of the. right- of-way of the Great Western Railroad. PRECINCT NO. 69 - Fire Department, 517 Desplalnes Avenue •• That part of Forest Park lying south of the center'line of Adams Street extended west to the DesPlalnes River, east of the DesPlalnes River, north of the center line of the right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad, and west of a line described as follows: beginning at a point on the center line of'DesPlalnes Avenue at the center line of Adams Street, thence southerly along the center line of Des- Plalnes Avenue to the center line of Jackson Boulevard, thence east along the center line of Jackson Boulevard to the center line of Lathrop Avenue, thence south along the center- line of Lathrop Avenue to the center line of the right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad. PRECINCT NO. 70 - Bulk Service Station, 601 Harlem Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Jackson Boulevard, west of the center line of" Harlem Avenue, north of the center line of the right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad, and east of the center line of Thomas Avenue. PRECINCT NO. 71 - American Legion Hall, 500 Circle Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Adams Street, west of the center line of Harlem Avenue, nortlrof the center line of Jackson Boulevard, and east of the center line of Thomas Avenae. '. ' PRECINCT NO. 72 - Park^dministration Building, 7501 Harrison Street That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of the right- of-way of the Great Western Railroad, west of the center line of Marengo Avenue extended north, north of the center line of Harvard Avenue, and east of a line described as follows: beginning at a point on the center line of Beloit Avenue at the center line of Harvard Street, thence north along the center line of Beloit Avenue to the center line of Harrison Street, thence west along the center line ofHarrlson Street to thecenter line of Ferdinand Avenue extended north, thence north along said extended center line of Ferdinand Avenue to the center line of the_right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad. ~~ ' PRECINCT NO. 73 - Krebser's, 862 Desplaines Avenue That part of Forest Park lying north of the center line of Harvard Street projected west to the center line of first Avenue, east of the center line of First Avenue,'south of the center line of the right- of-way of the Great Western Railroad, and west of a llnedescribed as follows: beginning at a point on the center line of Beloit Avenue at the center line of Harvard Street, thence north along the center line of Beloit Avenue to the center line of Harrison Street, thence west along the center line of Harrison Street to the center line of Ferdinand, Avenue extended north, thence north along said extended center line of Ferdinand Avenue to the center line of the right-of- way of the Great Western Railroad. PRECINCT NO. 74 - Residence, 1102 Dunlop Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Harvard- Street projected west to the center line of First Avenue, and west of a line described as follows; beginning at a point on the center line of Harvard Street at the center line extended of the north-south alley between Beloit Avenue and Ferdinand Avenue, thence south along the center line of said north-south alley to the center line of Fillmore Street, thence east along the center lineof Fillmore Street to the. center line of Beloit Avenue, thence south along the center line of Beloit Avenue to the center line of Roosevelt Road, thence east along the center line of Roosevelt Road to the center line of Hannah Avenue, thence south along the center line of Hannah Avenue to the center line of 16th Street, thence east along the center line of 16th Street to the west line of the right-of-way of the Illinois Central Railroad, thence south along the west line of the Illinois Central Railroad to the center line of Cermak Road. PRECDJCT NO. 75 - Residence 1011 Thomas Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south pf the center line of Harvard Avenue, west of the center line of the north-south alley between Circle Avenue and Marengo Avenue extended south to the center line of Roosevelt Road, north of the center line of Roosevelt Road, and east of the following described line: beginning at a point on the center line of Harvard Street at th* center floe extended <tf,the north-south alley between Beloit Avenue and Ferdinand Avenue, thence south along the center line of said north-south alley to the center line of Fillmore Street, thence east along the center line of Fillmore Street to the center line of Beloit Avenue, thence south along the center line of Beloit Avenue to the center line of Roosevelt Road. PRECINCT NO. 76 - Residence, 838 Elgin Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of the right- of-way of the Great Western Railroad, west of the center line of Harlem Avenue, north of the center line of Roosevelt Road, and east of a line described as follows: beginning'at a point on the center line of the right-of-way of the Great Western Railroad at the center line of Marengo Avenue extended north, thence south along said center . line of Marengo Avenue to the center line of Harrison Street, thence east along the center line of Harrison Street to the center line extended of the north-south alley between Marengo Avenue and Elgin Avenue, thence south along the said center line of the said north- south alley to the center line of Roosevelt Road. PRECINCT NO. 77 - Forest Park Insurance Agency, 7231 Roosevelt Road That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Harrison Street, west of the'center line extended of the north-south alley between Marengo Avenue and Elgin Avenue, north of the center line of 16th Street, and east of the following described line: beginning at a point on the center line of 16th Street at the center line of Hannah Avenue, thence north along said center lineof Hannah Avenue to the center line of Roosevelt Road, thence east along the center line of Roosevelt Road to the center line extended of the north-south alley between Circle Avenue and Marengo Avenue, thence north along said extended center Une of the north-south alley to the center, line of Harvard Street, thence east .along the center line of Harvard Street to the center line of Marengo Avenue, thence north along the center line of Marengo A venue to the center line of Harrison Street. PRECINCT NO. 85 - Garage, 1411 Harlem Avenue That part of Forest Park lying south of the center line of Roosevelt Road west of the center line of Harlem Avenue, north of the center line of 16th Street, and east of the center line of the north-south alley between Marengo'Avenue and Elgin Avenue. The polls at said election will open at 6:00 o'clock a.m. in the morning and close at 6:00 o'clock p.m. In the evening on the date of the election. All persons qualified to vote in general municipal elections are qualified to vote and voters must vote at the polling place designated for the election precinct within which they reside. William R. McKenzle Village Clerk •••• • Village of Forest Park, ,. v .,,. , j: , ' i) large Sissilak Burmese Glass is an art glass which originated and was manufactured by the Mt. Washington Glass Co., New Bedford, Mass., for a period of five or six years. It was discovered by chance when Fred Shirley, the new manager of the plant, was making a small pot of Ruby Glass. He added gold, which gives the coloring but the metal sank quickly to the bottom without mixing with the glass. He then added a quantity of uranium oxide, which was used in making canary yellow glass. (Uranium oxide Is now the chief source of uranium for bombs and atomic power). The reaction of the gold when the item was reheated, produced a soft canary yellow which shaded to flesh pink. The blending of the colors Was so gradual that It was difficult to determine where one color ended and the other began. Although some of the glass has a surface that is glazed, or glossy, most of It has a smooth plush (satin) finish. The majority of items has no pattern, but some have either a ribbed, hobnail or diamond quilted design. Thepon- tll mark was often hidden by a "berry-shaped" piece of glass which was an added means of identification. •..-,. The glass was patented and the only other factory licensed to make it was Webb & Sons In England. It was first known by the name of "Bermlse" but was later changed to "Burmese". The majority of items produced was tableward, plates, cups and saucers, pitchers of various sizes - including creamers and syrup jugs -berrybowls, salt and pepper shakers, sauce dishes, cruets and a variety of different sized vases. A note of warning - Burmese has been and is still being reproduced in large quantities-I've seen the "repro's" and they're hard to tell from the "real thing" so buy cautiously. Thanks to a very lovely little lady with a very big heart that I met Saturday through a call to my,shop. You're an angel andPll never forget you. You know who you are but Pll use your initials only. Miss or Mrs.? V.G. Please keep In touch. Community Kidney Meeting Feb. 10 Forest Park Community Kidney Fund, Inc. will hold a meeting Wednesday, February 10th at 8:00 p.m. in the Fellowship : Rooms of St. Peters Church, 500 ' Hannah Ave. Interested persons are Invited tp atfend. ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner

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