Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 17, 1971 · Page 16
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 16

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WbNEsMf/ ^Ben Gay Stainless Ointment IK oz. tube reg. 980 Diapers . 30'S reg. $1.79 KLEENEX Silk 'n Sating $1.29 Lotion 10.5 oz. reg. $1.09 59* 200's white 4/1.00 Schick fnstamatic ADJUSTABLE BAND Blades 10s reg. $1.79 9 9< Li s ferine Mouth wash 20 oz.. reg. $1.59 HB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~^ _ Preparation H Suppositories U's reg. $1.65 $1.22 New Mennen Protein 21 Ladies Hair Spray reg. or X-hold reg. $1.50 79{ Alka Seltzer tablets^ reg. 750 Right Guard Anti-Perspiraht 8 oz. reg. $1.69 79< Qlltofft* RIGHT GUARD Close UD "Close-up Toothpaste 6.2 oz. family size «e- N-09 Let us price your next prescription. We are as low or lower than most pharmacies on maintenance drugs. ACROSS THE STREET IN THE UNION 76 S7AT/ON PARKING 848-7676 GOLDEN Drugs and Liquors 7200 MADISON ST. FOREST PARK 366-4600 HOURS: Doily 8 A.M.,to 11 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. lo 10 P.M. Sorry no delivery of sale items iWusic, 1 neatre and tne Arts by Ruth Geils THE VILLAGE PLAYERS have put behind them, hopefully for all time, the dated and depressing STREETCAR, which even their considerable talents could not bring to believable life. March 5r6 will find them opening with CELEBRATION, which should provide a good bit more excitement, and in April we can look forward to THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. Make your reservations early by calling 383-9829 because tills active group has a large, devoted following of patrons and they usually have a sell-out even when the weather is bad. . THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS are in rehearsal for their May 15 "Harmony in Bloom" production and are indoctrinating several new members who will participate. Women wholiketosing and who would like to be a part of the show, should begin their series of guest visits tills week, February-.17, and no later than Feb. 24. Rehearsals are held every Wednesday, 8:15 P.M. at The Parish House, Hannah and Adams. The women's barbershop chorus offers a new "social membership" which is available to adult women who would enjoy limited participation but who cannot spare the time for regular weekly rehearsals. ***** "The Bicycle Thief", to be shown on Friday, Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rosary College Auditorium, has been called one of the great motion pictures of all time and the highest point of Italian cinema. The movie is in black and white, has Italian dialog with English subtitles and runs 87 minutes. Admission is $1.00 at the door. The Film Festival at Rosary continues on the following Friday, Feb. 26, with the Beatles' classic "Yellow Submarine", also in the auditorium. ***** Proviso East and West high schools' stage bands, each with a membership of 25, will participate in the Eastern Illinois university (Charleston) jazz festival scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 20. The contest portion of. the day's activities is divided into three divisions, according to school enrollment. Proviso East and West bands will participate in Class AA - for schools with enrollments of over 1600 students. Eight bands are registered in this category. Visiting band members will also attend a clinic to be conducted by guest artist, John LaPorta, faculty member of the Berklee School of Music in Boston, Mass. Winning band in each of the three divisions will be heard in public concert in the evening. Proviso band members will.be accompanied by directors, James A. Kelly and Paul Tolosko, East and West respectively. ***** • . . . . Chicago Theatre Guild subscribers will see the critically acclaimed musical "The Me Nobody Knows", scheduled to open on Feb. 18th at the Civic Theatre as part of their 1970-71 Subscription Series of 10 Attractions. This musical entertainment brings to vibrant life a group of youngsters - some no more than seven years old and their own account of life as they ; know it in the slum areas of a great city, all to the beat of a stirring, contemporary score. For information about the Theatre Guild Subscription Series, interested theatregoers are urged to contact Mrs. Helen Connors, local Theatre Guild representative. The Chicago office Is located at 188 Randolph Street, Room 1920 - Telephone ST 2-2280 Candidate Curran Advocates Master Plan Jeremiah J. Gurran, candidate for commissioner, advocates a Designed Planningschedulewith- in the framework of a master plan, to help solve the problems . confronting Forest Park. .Curran said, • "I believe the future of Forest Park is in the Designed Planning. In the past it seems that rezbning, the establishment of new parks and facilities and the promotion and improvements of the business district have been; done on a piecemeal basis. "If I am elected Commissioner", he went on to say, "I would work vigorously towards this Designed Planning that would take into consideration alHour corners of the Village and that such a proper plan would benefit and stabilize both the residental and business sections for the future years. "We are aware of the Naval Ordinance Decision. We would bend every effort to place this property into the hands of the community and be developed so that it can possibly be placed back on the tax rolls. This then would give relief to the taxpaying citizens of Forest Park and also give us some additional recreational area for our Town!" Curran added that he felt the Commissioners and the Mayor should be pulling in the same direction that will benefit the citizens of Forest Park. Curran concluded by stating that Forest Park can take these progressive steps for its benefit and well being. X ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner Vote for Edward R. 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