Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 16
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i .ivci ,r\-.i,v.j;i:.<.?.n .it.c.rs.t TXRR REVIEW. Delinquent lots May Be Sold To Highest Bidder Forest Park will rid itself of tax delinquent lota if the new plan of the village council goes into effect. Discussion was had at Monday night's meeting relative to the many delinquent lota' in Forest Park. That is, lots upon which no taxes or special assessments have been paid for over 10 year. It was brought out that Roosevelt Road recently lost a large chain store because the lot which the concern wanted was so encumbered with taxes and special assessments that it was too costly, though the store is now being built in Berwyn where property could be bought without encumbrances. Attorney Leslie Smith told the council that there was a legal procedure through which the village could offer these lots for sale* to the highest bidder. He pointed out that both special assessments and general taxes could be liquidated through this method, and that the lots would then be placed on the tax rolls with greater possibilities of future taxes being paid. It would also release favorably situated lots for commercial or 'residential purposes without the buyer paying, a premium by virtue of the delinquent tax. The council was jubilant over the prospect of getting the lota' back on the tax rolls and Mayor Reich announced that at the ; on 20 Years Ago Today At Chamber of Commerce Installation Ceremony m Pastor Will Be Mlled at St. Peter* Rofh succeeds'H«T. _. who has accepted AfMl professor of SystefmtW at Central Lutheran • Freemont, Nebraska. iPaul w. Roth, father of Pastor will preach the .ation sermon. prdial invitation is extend- all members and friends to this Service. mi "V Rblio Coin Cards • Idmund C. Trage, general chair- S h of the 1951 Cook County rch of Dimes, has urged speedy urn of filled-in $2.00 coin cards tiled to 15000 Forest Park resi- its. •age pointed out- that coin returns make up a very Thii candid .hot ihow> President elect Clifford M&rquardt, of the Fore.t Park Chamber of Commerce, Joe Reichman, watehinc at Howard Schlichtinf, former tecretary expre»e> hi* thanki on receirinf a from the Chamber. It wa. ju.t presented to htm by Mr. Reichman. fiffiSK pvoffnm. extremely high po- Ub WflMnce . of the past several *ears," Trage declared, "the Cook County Chapter must raise $800,000 in o'rder to continue the fight against the disease during 1951. This is the most critical campaign which the National Foundation has ever conducted." he has asked that interested ties attend the meeting and their opinions in the matter. Obituaries ' FIEDLER, ANNA M. of Forest Park. Beloved wife of the late Henry F. Dear mother of Edward, Lima Rossi, Dorothy, Arthur, late Raymond, Genvieve, Henry, Francis Fiedler. Funeral Monday, Feb. 1st from Zimmerman Si Son. Mass St. Bernardine. Interment All Saints Cemetery. KOLAR, JOHN F. of Forest Park died Jan. 27. Beloved husband of Mary (Gajewskl), loving father of Dorothy and Lorraine (Roy) Stastny, grandfather of 2. Visitation was at Drechgler-Brown Funeral Home with mass offered at -St. Bernardine Church. Entombment Queenof Heaven Mausoleum. LANZAROTTA, AUGUSTINA LANASA of Forest Park. Beloved wife of the late Salvatore Lanasa and Philip Lanzarotta. Dear mother of Joseph (Charlotte), Anthony (Gloria), Mary (George) Colovus, Ann (Philip) Pechanio, and the late Freida Randazzo. Grandmother of 15.Great-grand- mother of 15. Funeral January 29 from Zimmerman & Son. Mass St. Bernardine. Interment Mt. Carmel cemetery. MARTHA LIETZ (Kuhlmann), 7630 Monroe St., died Jan. 24th at West Suburban hospital, Oak Park. Beloved wife of the late Emil Lletz. Survived by a son Arthur W. (Ruth), 106 Franklin St., River Forest; a daughter Eleanor Mroch (Herbert) of Harvard, ni.; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral was Wed., Jan. 27th from Postlewait Funeral Home, Oak Park to St. John Lutheran Church. Interment Elmlawn Cemetery. MOSSIS, RAYMOND of River Grove. Loving husband of Juanita (Mann). Dear father of Raymond (Dorothy) Mossis, Jr. Grandfather of 4. Brother of the late Gertrude Hatch and Edward T. Mossis. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 2 from Zimmerman & Son. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. TIUH'GimTL DIGNIFIED Zimmerman & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7319 Madison Street Frederic D. Ehringer, Director phone 366-2200 FUNERAL HOME NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS 203 SOUTH MARION STREET -.OAK PARK EU 3-3191 Since 1880 Journey of Life Old Folks at Home The fact still remains that people need people. In today's fast moving pace we seem to forget, that there is a great need for companionship and service. The . Old People's Home (Altenheim) here in Forest Park, is just the place - Where People need People - Si they need YOU. Two old great songs "The old folks at home" and "To Grandmother's house we go", should quite well remind us of the fact, that the older generation still haS a purpose and great need. " There is no greater feelingthan the feeling of helping others, whether in community projects or service. One should never say, "What could I do?", for there is Inany things to be done in our community, so why not start with the old folks at home. ' If there are any Scouts, Proviso Students or people, who would like to serve in this town, in no matter what capacity, please contact Linda Flitton, Director of Activities, 366-2206 YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID. GLASS? MIRRORS? Call TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751 .ELECT. Edward R. Lambke for Commissioner Common and Rare Of the 90-0(1(1 elements in the earth's crust, nickel runks 24th in abundance. Yet, it is estimated that nicker ranks llth or 12th in abundance in the cosmos. CROSSWORD -» -» -» By A. C. 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