Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 17, 1971 · Page 28
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 28

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 17, 1971
Page 28
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I-'OIIEST 1'AHK HE-VIEW. WEDNESDAY; FEUliUAKY 17. l')71. PAGE 28 TH/S TM1E-PUTTHE LAST NAME FIRST When you mark your ballot next Tuesday, we suggest you start at the bottom. Place an "X" next to the name of JAMES V. SANSONE and you will have voted to retain a capable, experienced and thoroughly honest man who has served Forest Park well in the past 4 years. In his term as Commissioner of Health and Safety, he supervised construction of the water improvement project, developed an effective sanitation inspection program and demonstrated his awareness of the need for village planning. We believe his performance in office has earned him our suppor . _ Sponsore( j D y committee for James Sansone JAMES V. SANSONE COMMISSIONER ONE GOOD TERM DESERVES ANOTHER 1st Grade and Kindergarten Registration at t Sf. Bernard/nes School St. Bernardine School, 815 Elgin Avenue, Forest Park will have registration for new students planning to enter 1st grade or Kindergarten In September. Parents may register students before February 26th in the School Office. The office will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. All new students must have a birth certificate. Students entering Kindergarten must be five years old on or before December 1, 1971. Odds and Ends Sale St. Bernardine Mother's Club announces its first annual Odds • v Ends Sale Friday, February 19 from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Forest Park Park District warming house, east of the main building. Many useful articles, including pots and pans, dishes, clothing and used furniture will be on sale. Th'ere will also be a table of "new" items. Retire WITH A GOOD BOOK We'll Show You How to Make Your Money Grow A FULL SERVICE BANK V,' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 7348 MADISON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS SUBURBS: FO 6-0376 CHICAGO: ES 8-2061 All Deposits Now Insured to $20,000.00 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation row PARK NATIONAL BANK Park Board Looks Ahead To Summer Programs Major plans for the 1971 summer program were discussed by the Park District of Forest Park at their board iffeeting held Jan. 28. Jim Sarno, director, announced there will be several additions to the recreation programs. Tentative arrangements have been made to have Ed Phillips, principal of Garfleld School, serve as recreation director. He will be assisted by Rich Krieger of Triton College who is handling the wrestling and floor hockey programs. Mr. Phillips served in this capacity last year. Dave Roberts, a senior at Proviso East High School will be in charge of the basketball school and instructor for tennis for adults. Liz Keegen will coordinate the children's tennis program. Virginia Deguiseppe. will be craft director, assisted by Cindy Hereau. The possibility of painting the swimming pool was considered by the Board. Those who are Interested in a competitive swim program may contact the Park District. The Softball league held their first meeting of the season last night, Feb. 9. Marty Popelka is in charge, assisted by Ollie Grunwald. At the end of the season an invitational men's Softball tournament will be held. Last year's successful event included some of the world champions. Some teams for women's Softball have already been.formed and it is hoped to organize more. Those interested may sign up.. Plans for the annual Junior Olympics program, introduced for the first time last year, were also discussed. The seven Park Districts in this area that participate In the track and field program are Veterans Park in Melrose Park, Memorial Park in Bellwood, Westchester, Broadview, Brookfield, Riverside, and Forest Park. • Forest Park won the Olympic meet last year. Coming events that have been scheduled are a women's volleyball tournament Feb. 11 and 15; floor hockey, early in March; basketball, middle of March; and wrestling tournament, end of March, Daily acltivities scheduled at the Park District are on Mondays, Tiny Tots pre-school program in the morning; Barbershop Chorus and wrestling in the evening. Tuesdays, Senior Citizens all day; floor hockey 'in the evening. Wednesdays, Tiny Tots in the morning; Baton In the afternoon, and wrestling instruction in the evening. Thursdays, in the evenings, Grandmothers Club (monthly), Little League (monthly), TOPS and floor hockey. Fridays, Tiny Tots in the morning. Saturdays, wrestling and ballet in the morning. During the summer approximately 1200 use the recreational programs, 800 use the ball field facilities and last year the total attendance at the pool wa s 38,000. Currently a new ice skating area with improved lighting is now in use on the east side of Beloit Avenue. It is divided with one side for hockey and the other side for free skating. Suggested Security Regulations For Apartment Dwellers These regulations are set forth strictly as a crime preventive measure to insure a greater margin of safety to our residents. Signs have been-furnished to managers of ALL apartment buildings In Forest Park. They are not meant to imply that any criminal ac^ tivity'has taken or will take place on these premises. 1. Your car should be kept locked while on parking lot or street. 2. License numbers of any suspicious vehicle on the parking lot or in front of building should be noted. ' . 3. Upon entering or leaving building make sure security door locks behind you. 4. When arriving at your apartment door you notice it has been tampered with, DO NOT enter apartment. Go to another apartment and notify police at once. 5. If an intercom system and door buzzer are provided, use them. Under no Circumstance should you admit someone you do not know. 6. Any service personnel (paper boys, etc.) should have made arrangements with building management to gain admittance. Do not admit anyone who claims he is serving the building unless the building management has instructed you to do so. 7. Keep your apartment door locked at all times. We recommend installation of dead-bolt locks on all doors. 8. When entering or leaving building do not admit anyone through the security door unless you know them to be tenants. 9. Strangers loitering in or about premises for a prolonged period of time should be reported to the Polide Department, 366-2425. 10. Do not attempt to question or otherwise apprehend anyone committing a suspicious act. Notify police. 11. If peek holes are provided in apartment doors use them before ' admitting anyone to your apartment. 12. Older children should be made aware of these rules. If you have any further questions or wish our services, please feel free to call any time of the day or night. Edwin J. Ziebell Chief of Police Forest Park Police Department ELECT John HANLEY for COMMISSIONER

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