Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 10, 1971 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 10, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1971. PAGE 10 World Of Pliarnui r v Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Ph. or lim McCANN, R.Ph. A iKea ctu to yo FLYING AND YOU #2 In this past 10 years, more than 300 fatalities occurred at John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York) alone. Of these, 44% died pre-flight, 29% '"after landing and 27% en route. The majority succumbed to heart attacks and 75% of these had histories of cardiac trouble. Statistics show the chances of dying from natural causes while flying are less than 1 in a million. If you have a cardiac condition or any bad physical problem, you should CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN before planning any air trip.— Most airlines afford extra services such as: special diets, wheel chairs and quite possibly fork" lifts. I/ notified ahead of time they are happy to make special provisions for you. Although passenger carriers are equipped with oxygen, the policies regarding their use vary ... Planning a trip? Make sure you have enough of the medicines you use regularly to last for the trip with a stock up visit to RIERSON Pharmacy . . . 7328 Madison St. 366-0874. We like to suggest taking along a prescription for special medicines as an added precaution. RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Operi 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 Vote for Edward R. LAMBKE MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE RE-ELECT EARL R. WITT for MAYOR THE MAN THAT CARES Primary Election TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd LEGAL Public Notice is hereby given that the Safety and Traffic Commission^ of the Village of Forest Park, Cook County, nfinois will hold its regular meetings during the calendar year of 1971 at 8:00 P.M.'in the Council Chambers of the Village of Forest Park, 517 Desplaines Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois on the following dates: January 14th February llth March llth April 8th May 13th June' 10th September 9th October 14th •• November llth .. December 9th - . Signed: William R. McKenzie Village Clerk Unescorted Girls Drinks Half Price in our upstairs Lounge BEER Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. 10 OPEN FOR LUNCH MON. BEER lOc lr«m It a.m. to 1 p.m. Open 11 • 1 Hon. thru Thurs. 11 -2 Fri., Sat. & Sun. Ask about FREE MEMBERSHIP to the Glass Bottle Ski Club Meetings Every Monday nite at 9 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME! 7301 W. ROOSEVELT RD. FOREST PARK, ILL. 771-5600 News From St. John Cub Pack By Marilyn Pinzur Cub Scout Pack 107 from St. Jolin Ev. Lutheran School has been so busy "doing" that we're late "reporting". Our sled outing on Jan. 16th was a big success with most of the pack attending. Over 20 "snowmen" returned home to thaw before embarking on a trip to-the-planetarium the following Saturday, Jan. 23rd. On this trip, 23 children got to see the famed Adler Planetarium and the sky show presented there. Friday, Jan. 29, was pack night in the St. John gym. One of the highlights of the evening was the presentation of a Den Leader's Training Award to Mrs. Shirley Case by Mr. Dick Dworschack, District Executive from Scout Headquarters. We're very proud of Shirley as any award in scouting must be earned and this one takes 2 years of hard work. Congratulationsl Assistant Den Leader, Karen Schobert, also earned her 1 year service star. The Cubs putshown the leaders, though, in their ability to earn awards. The wolf rank was earned by Fritz Kloess and David Kummerow. The bear rank was earned by Wally Bisterfeldt. The Webelos Athlete Activity pins were awarded to Danle Camp, Ray Dalton, and JJeff Triebull. Gold arrow points were given to Fritz Kloess and David Kummerow.' Silver arrow points were given to Shawn Haslam, Fritz Kloess, "V.J." Rubenic, Richard Sandeen, and Paul Busse. Last, but not least, Tommy Kloess was inducted- into the Cubbing ranks with the presentation of a Bobcat Pin. "The Great Space Race" was held in the gym on Sat., Feb. 6th, with eager boys and anxious parents ready to compete in the classic Rocket Derby. Each" boy built and decorated his own rocket from a kit he received from the pack as a Christmas present. The trophy for 1st place in the pack for speed went to Wally Bisterfeldt. A plaque for 2nd place in the pack for speed wept to Danie Camp. A plaque for 1st place in the pack for workmanship was won by David Mueller. A tie for 2nd place in the pack for workmanship was shared by Shawn Haslam and Wally Bisterfeldt.,The winners for 1st place in each den for speed are as follows: Wally Bistei - feldt, Brian Loseke, Danie Camp and a tie in one den between Shawn Haslam and "V.J." Rubenic. Winners of 2nd place in each den are Jack Hectit, Michael Camp and Jeff 'Triebull. 1st place in eacli den for workmanship went to Wally Bisterfeldt, Shawn Haslam,.JJpmmy Kloess and David Mueller. And if awards would have been given in sportsmanship, I believe each boy would have won one in his own way. February is Boy Scout month and Pack 107 officially acknowledged Scout Sunday, Feb. 7, by attending the 10:45 a.m. church service at St. John as a unit. Another observance of the 61st birthday of Boy Scouting is our window display on Cub Scouting located at 7508 W. Madison St. in the Proviso Township Clerk's office. This may be seen during the week of Feb. 7 - 13. Our thanks to Mrs. Marilyn Haslam for her time ajid efforts making this display possible. To add just a little more action to our month of celebrating, we have rented a poll at a YMCA for the evening of Feb. 13, Sat., for a Cub Scout Family Swim Night. Sounds like a lot of fun; you can bet many won't miss that! The Grand Einale to this fun packed month will be our annual Blue and Gold' Dinner held in the gym on Friday night, Feb. 26. This traditional family dinner is the highlight of the year for Cub Scouts and the whole pack awaits its arrival with great anticipation. We'll tell you all about it next month. As a closing thought, you parents of boys between the ages of 8 - 10, look into scouting for your sons and find out why and how scouting rounds a guy out. Member of Augustana Choir j Lance A. Christell, sophomore i at Augustana College, Rock Island j is a member of the Augustana j Choir which will leave Feb. 26 for a 10 - day tour through seven , midwestern and southern states. The itinerary includes concerts j in Galveston, Tex., fcShreveport, i La. Commissioner A highlight of the 1971 season will be an appearance March 25 at the convention of the Music Teachers' National Association^ in Chicago. Augustana is one 01 three choirs in the nation Invited to appear before the MTNA. Christell is a son Of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Christell, 526Marengo Forest Park. <*•?,«••*•' v.-.»•

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