Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 3, 1971 · Page 8
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 8

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 3, 1971
Page 8
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3? 1971, PAGE 8 Little & Pony League Annual Dance Forest Park Little League and Pony League will hold their annual dance on Saturday, March 27th at the American Legion Hall, 500 Circle Avenue. Music will be played bytheTwilighters. The dance committee consists of Ray and Carol Dalton, Bob Means, Bill .Dunne, Lawrence Buckley and Florence Bray. For tickets, please contact Florence Bray at 366-2739. Conation is $1.00. PETCtHTtR LABRADOR RETREIVER PUPS Give a Dog a Pet - Yourself! A dog needs someone to love, too. Won't you give one of our fine pedigreed dogs a master? Choose here. ANIMAL FAIR 7403 MADISON ST. DAVID AND GOLIATH Truck drivers often "hit the ditch" to avoid collision with a smaller vehicle. But the motorist who forces one of these "babies" off the road can be hit with a Property Damage claim of $50,000 or more. Would your policy protect you tor such a claim? Call us. Carl A. Schwebl, )r. REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 LIFE «. CASUALTY ' 1i*dtmark of Tbt Suttty Co, and Hi aiiQ j Casualty 6 Science Fair at Si. Bernardines St. Bernardino's School presented its Second Annual Science Fair this past weekend, Feb. 27-28th. This year's theme "Getting Involved" certainly was true as 219 projects and about 350 youngsters from grades one through eight participated. . The science projects extended over an expansive range of Interests. Science as a developmental subject was carried out in projects ranging from prehistoric habitats and creatures to a concern by others for the ecology, of tomorrow. Newer techniques in areas of chemistry and the physical sciences were starting points for projects and experiments on fingerprinting methods, bacteria and fungi, diabetic demonstrations and electrical motors and circuits. Biological experiments included the dissection of a frog and a cow's eye, the drugging of mice and many exhibits on man's anatomy. Natural occurences such as volcanos and hurricanes and solar eclipses were explained. Cathy Madden makes a study of bacteria as Laura Griffin watches. f* *^> • Steve Bosco studies the effect of filtration on water. Onop in Forest Park Nothing! That's exactly how much OAK LEAF CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE COSTS YOU!!! It's really quite simple to use Just Phone FO 6-0392 and a Oak Leaf Cleaners and Launderers Routeman Will Pick Up Your Laundry or Dry Cleaning at Your Door. Laundry & Gleaners 7408 Harrison St. FO 6-0392 Corner Harlem & Washington Forest Park Popular areas for the boys were machines and how their systems work. Many studied airplanes past and present, automobiles and ships. Projects involving animals included mazes for mice, hamsters and alligators. Others were tropical fish, guinea pigs, chameleans, sea monkeys, chicks and turtles. Many students'of junior high level concerned themselves with man's ecology past, present and future. Some made a deeper study into interplanetary conditions interesting. Chemical solutions were used In developing pictures. Closed circuits assisted in explaining a burglary system. Someprojects developed an experiment .using electricity or using a telegraph key. Favorite projects for the primary grades include chemical gardens, electromagnets and growing seeds and sweet potatoes. The judging of the Fair was divided into three sections; primary, intermediate and junior high. Awards were based on ability to orally present material with a research paper included. Children showing an exceptional exhibit were given an-Outstanding Award - a trophy. The other awards included 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons. Ron Wiecserek, Ray Dunne and Ray Walters make an artificial hurricane. , Lori Janney, Sharon Gillian and Barbara Lambke create a vacuum. 20% Discount Cash & Carry on Dry Cleaning C Frank Calderone displays Us rockets. Carl Morello and Bill Locash dissect *frog.

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