Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 24, 1971 · Page 6
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i FOREST BAEK REVIEW, . pEBKtJARY ?4. J 1?7J, PAGE CASH AND CARRY Even complete fire insurance doesn't cover burglary or theft. But an JEtnx Homeowners policy does, along with much more. Protect your home and its contents, and do it completely. Call us for full details today. Howard Reich REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 LJFE& CASUALTY * Trademark of Tbt &lrta Catualty 6 Sttttty Co. arnf tlf atsocialed compantts. TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 Ralph Weber Delegate to Y.F.W. Conference Herbert R. Rainwater, SariBer- nardine. Calif., Commander in Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, has announced that Ralph H. Weber, 612 Lathrop Avenue, Forest Park, a member of the V.F.W. National Youth Activities Committee will be among the Illinois delegation attending the annual v;F.W. Mid-Winter Conference of National Officers and Department Commanders March 5-9 in Washington, D.C. Prominent legislative, administration and military officials have been invited by the veterans' organization to give closed briefings to those attending the Conference. In addition to appearing before the House Committee on Veterans Affairs to present their organization's' legislative program for 1971, the V.F.W. leaders will meet with members of their own Congressional delegations in Washington. The'annual V.F.W. Congressional Banquet, held to honor members of Congress who served tn the armed forces, will conclude the Conference on March 9 and will be attended by some 2000 people including Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices, military leaders and members of the President's Cabinet. The national winner of the V.F.W.'s Voice of Democracy contest will be announced at the banquet. Rep. Leslie C. Arends (111.) will receive this year's V.F.W. Congressional Award and be the principal speaker. "In honoring Congressman Arends," said Rainwater, "the V.F.W. seeks to dramatize the importance of the role, of a freely elected legislature and to recognize Arends' record of nearly three decades of dedication in the Congress of the United States." On Deans List Mrs. Jeanette T. Benfield, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Tsikretsis, 7441 Washington St., Forest Park, has been named to the dean's list for the autumn quarter at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. She is a senior nursing major. To be eligible for the dean's list, a student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and carry a minimum of 12 credits with no grade below a B and no iiicompletes. Whether it's Sfeef-T. . . Whether it's Snow .. . . Whether it's 30 Below This is the number to call 366-0317 Car won't go? Our experts are always on hand for all your car needs. SNOW PLOWING Reasonable Rates TOMMOHR Service Station , ,, 7400 HARRISON ST. , For COMMISSIONER It is heartwarming to know that so many of you expressed confidence in me through your votes My humble thanks, EDWARD R. LAMBKE 'N ewcomers ion Speakers & Task onow by Pat Heider The Forest Park Newcomers Club held their monthly meeting on February 16, 1971, at the First United Church. Guest speakers for the evening were Senator Howard Mohr, who is a candidate for Mayor in the upcoming election and Mr. W. McKenzle, Treasurer of the Forest Park Kidney Machine Foundation, Mr. McKenzie enlightened the club members on the human, medical and financial needs of the Kidney machine. Congratulations to Lana and Joe Chambers on the birth of their second son born on January 15, in Elmhurst Hospital. ******** The club is currently hard at work on their Sixth Annual Fashion Show to be held at Richard's Ballroom on April 17, 1971. Tickets are available and maybe purchased by phoning Valerie Cooke, Ticket Chairman at 366-1349. ******** The next upcoming event will be a coffee & Stanley Demonstration at the home of Judy Blicharz on March 4th. Come on girls. Lets have a nice turn out. For further information or transportation, please call Mary Jackson at 366-0582. Participates in Geographic Study The tropical setting of Jamaica Si Puerto Rico provided the background for a special January study tour sponsoredby Elmhurst College January 5 - 19. Cairn Lee Bacon, 911. Lathrop Ave., Forest Park,-w.is m-? .f 12 EC students participating in the 15 day geographic study. Luring their stay on the islands, the students compared various cultural and economic contrasts including the sugar cane, banana, coconut and cacao plantations; the Reynolds Bauxite (aluminum) mines, the tropical rainforest, a rum distillery and major rural and urban centers of activity. A junior, majoring in Spanish, Miss Bacon is the daughter of Mr. ii Mrs. Fred Bacon. The Jamaican Study. Tour was one of five special tours offered through Elmhurst College's Jan. Interim program. The students also had opportunities to either test their classroom theories through the Field Experience program, or study special interest courses in one of 24 major areas of study. READ REVIEW 3(6-3037 Wig, ft WtgUtt SlyUd & Cl.an.d COIFFURES Distinctive Hair Styling 7524 W. Harrison St., Forest Park Activities St a n THE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY JOIN OAK PARK YMCA 255 S. MARION ST. OAK PARK 383-5200 ottle Sub Unescorted Girls Drinks Half Price in our upstairs Lounge BEER Tues. 4 Thurs. 8:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. 10 OPEN FOR LUNCH Open 11-1 Mon. thru Thurs. 11 -2 Fri, Sat. & Sun. MOM. BEER lOc from II a.m. lo" 1 p.m. HAPPY HOUR Daily 3 to 7 BEER 25Q COCKTAILS 75Q 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

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