Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 3, 1971 · Page 3
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 3

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Police Lodge | Plans Member's Dinner A dinner party honoring its Associate Members has been set for the evening of April 5th by Forest Park Lodge #24 of the Fraternal Order of Police. The event will mark the culmination of the organization's drive to obtain new members. Richard Archambault, president of the local lodge, said that Associate Memberships . are available to those who wish to show their support of the organization for an annual dues payment of $25.00. The money is used to carry on the programs of the organization which, he emphasized, have nothing to do with unionizing or collective bargaining. . Special guests at the dinner will be several state officers of the F.O.P., area legislators and the 1971 "Man of the Year", me latter's Identity will be revealed at the Forest Park Chamber of Commerce dinner on March 23rd, where he will be presented with a plaque in recognition of his contributions to the welfare of the community. . Recipient of the 1970 "Man of the Year" award was Homer Bale, owner of Homer's Restaurant where the dinner will be held. Archambault said that Associate Membership information may be obtained through any member of the Forest Park Police Department. Marie Tierney Honored by Scouts Marie Tierney, Den Leader Coach of Pack 105 at the Field Stevenson School, Forest Park, was honored at the Thatcher Woods Area Council's Annual Dinner. Mrs. Tierney was presented the Silver Fawn Award, which is the highest recognition that can be given by a local council to a lady volunteer. Mrs. Tierney is the first recipient of this award In our council. The award was only recently approved by the national office of the Boy Scouts of America. ' Mrs. Tierney has given many years of service to the Boy Scout Movement as Den Mother and trainer and organizer of training units in the Proviso Township. PARTY????? HAVING A FI E STAPA«TY ¥ includes 3 Ibs. of Shrimp 3 Vi Chickens (28 pieces) 1 Ib. of Livers (hors d'oeuvres) 3 Ibs. of French Fries 4 Ibs. of Cole Slaw 2 Ibs. of Potato Salad 2 doz. Dinner Rolls Of course our own sp«cialty-mad« shrimp and fiver sauce. Feeds 15 to 20 people for only $24.99 (to feed 7 to 10 people, cut the quantifiei in half . . .only $12.50) ITS FARM-FRESH EATIN' 771-8447 1129 So. Harlem Avenue PHONE AHEAD FOR FAST SERVICE FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MARCH 3, 1971, PAGE 3 Lorry Kaercher Your Editor Saysr 'Now that the primary votes have been counted and filed away (wherever primary votes are filed away) all eyes are now focused on the -grand finale of April 20th. Within the next few days or maybe it has happened already, various tickets or teams will be formed In a combined effort to win the election. Then there are those who will remain Independent. In either case, both will have justifiable and concrete reasons for running as they choose. Now it behooves all candidates, whether as a team or an an independent to re-analyze each and every precinct, re-count noses as to where to garner more votes than In the primary. Complacency is one word to be'omitted in the thoughts of all candidates. In the words of the late and great Vlnce Lombard!, "Whether it be sports, politics or business, the one who exerts that 'second effort' is the one who will come out on top." Four years ago inthe commissioner's race, a candidate who finished fourth in the primary, did not garner enough votes to finish in the same position in April. When all the votes were counted, the political aspirant finished 6th in the finals. The candidate holding down the sixth position after the primary, moved up Into the fourth spot and victory. Eight years ago, a candidate who finished in fifth place in the primary for commissioner, was the number one. vote getter and the top man when all the votes were counted in the following April election. At that same time, the third place candidate in the primary finished fifth in the finals. As in the primary, it now is adamant the voter choose their candidate according to their qualifications. JJ£t' by how many votes they received in the primary. The voters of Forest Park owe that to the candidates, to themselves and to the community. There is nothing wrong with voting for the same candidate again or deciding to vote for another. ID either case, it is perfectly all right if it is done in an intelligent manner. High School Juniors <* Register For ACT High school juniors who wish to be considered for the 1972-73 State Scholar Program must register for the American College Testing examination (ACT) by Tuesday, March 16. The examination is scheduled for Proviso East and West high schools. Saturday April 24. . Registration forms may be secured from the student's counselor. The completed form and $6.00 fee must be mailed to American College Testing Program, P.O. Box 414, Iowa City, Iowa 52240. The Illinois State, Scholar Program, in October of each school year, publicly and personally identifies those high school seniors who possess superior academic potential. Each student named a State Scholar receives a Certificate of Merit from the Illinois State Scholarship Commission, and the names of the State Scholars are given to the colleges and universities in Illinois. To be eligible for consideration as a State Scholar, each student mu§t be a United States citizen; resident of'Illinois; in the upper half of his high school class scholastically at the end of six semesters; a high school graduate by September, 1972; a person of good moral character; and not have engaged in any university, college, Junior college or other advanced training prior to Jan. 1, 1972. College credits earned while a student enrolled in high school, before graduation, will not disqualify him. ^-OPENING March 7th

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