Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 17, 1971 · Page 21
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 21

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 17, 1971
Page 21
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VOTE for CHARLES R. LELIVELT COMMISSIONER, FOREST PARK Qualified * Born and Reared in Forest Park * Pony League Organizer * Uttle League Manager * Kiwanis, Past Lt. Gov. * Proven Leadership 4 Ability * Forest Park Chairman, 26 years, in National, State and County for Major Political Party * Active in Community events VOTE for CHARLES R. LELIVELT COMMISSIONER, FOREST PARK Tuesday, February 23rd, 1971 POLLS OPEN 6 a.m to 6 p.m. p'AliK'REVIEW,' WDNE&AY,' VtfBS&lRY l'?"' 1971,''pAfcfc 21 —- • ^«^" ^^^^ ^^^ "^«^^ ^^^r^^^^p» Medium Rare . Mr. and Mrs. Wonnie Paul Ross of Forest Park, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia J. to Mrs. Donald R. Rose of Maywood. Pat graduated from LH.M. and is employed at A.E.Staley Manufacturing Co. in Cicero. Donald (Bud) graduated from Proviso East and Elmhur'st College and is now teaching in Barrlngton. An August 21st wedding is planned. READ REVIEW Does it mean conserving Mount Shasta, Lake Erie, and the Everglades? ' Or cleaning up the air and the water? Or keeping chewing gum wrappers in your pocket? Environment is much more than mountains, forests, and rivers. Environment is each little world every person spends his lii'e in, his shop, office, kitchen, corner store. Environment is the small as well as the big-as-all-outdoors. . • Commonwealth Edison is concerned about both parts of the environment—the big and the small. You may already be familiar with the facts about the coal boilers we've retired, the new fuels we've been using, and the fumeless, clean, nuclear plants we have in operation or under construction. And, of course, you're familiar with the important things electricity does when you turn on a light, or go to an air-conditioned theater, or have need of a hospital. While we arc working on ways to help clean up the air and the water, we're also involved in all the things that people use to make their worlds easier, healthier, more comfortable, and just a little .brighter. Commonwealth Edison concern tor ygur total environment What does "concern for the environment" mean? Freddie Martin Pociak Americans favor white eggs over brown while Europeans favor brown eggs over white. It's just a matter of preference — both kinds are identical in quality and nutrition. try sprinkling some sesame seeds on top of a meatloaf for the last 20 minutes of baking. When British planters discovered a potent West Indian libation the natives called "kill devil", they substituted and old Devonshire word, "rumbullion", meaning "great tumult". We have since shortened the name to "rum". To cut neat-looking butter pats for the dinner table, cover the knife blade with a piece of waxed paper. Rinse & pick over fresh cherries just before serving or making into a pie. Then put them in a large bowl of cold water and throw out any that float. Better yet, let us do the work! You'll find our dessert menu just as- interesting as all our other courses at THE PENES STEAK House, 7412 Harrison St., Forest Park - 366-0059. Cub Pack 105 . On January 28, 1971, Pack 105 held its Pack meeting with Den 3 presenting colors. There were a couple of sparklers by Earl . Flight and Steve Szymanowski. One of the important businesses was the induction of four Webelos. These young men were James Szymanowskl, Dave Nickels, Charles Kallas and James Villano, The pack gave them shoulder patches, neckerchiefs and neckerchief slides. Welcome Webelos. Mr. Earl Flight will be the Webelo leader for the month of February. Den 4 presented ;i .skit about the discovery of the center, of the universe. The rust of'the dons showed what they built, following thenuwth'stheinc' "Lights in the Sky". -• " Our congratulations go to Den 2 for winning the perfect attendance award. JJcu 3 liad won the previous 2 awards'. Our second important business was the.-individual awards. Cubs i'aul Yusem carried Ms Hear badge, gold and silver arrows; Geuffwy'Flight DIM- silver -arrow and Thoma.s Cameron his Wolf badge. Andre Gar;;ano carncdhis Hear badge. After (In-awards, Mr. 1 .. Cameron !;avir the Paul: a n/pni-l nu the Hlue iv Gold diiuit i. Tin.' dinner will be held on the 2i;th i>l Feb. at G:30 p.m. at the [• 1 ii'ld-St<:voii- so/i School. • • . At the conclusion"!'the meeting, rufi'cshinents were .served. Vote for Edward R. LAMBKE Commissioner

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