Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 3
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 3

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 10, 1971
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FOfcEST-'PAfcK ftfeVffiW/VTOi*ESOAf f iiilHfCrf 10, l!>ri>AGE 3 Little League Closing Registrations With two registration periods over and tryouts completed for the new boys, Forest Park Little League prepares to complete their draft of boys for team assignments. The draft of players will take place on Sunday, March 14th. All managers and coaches .will be there to make their selection of boys. Boys will be notified of their team assignments by the managers. Practice will not take place until the weather permits. Drafting of boys for the new senior division which will nowreplace the Pony League will also be held on the same day. The new senior division will have games in Forest Park as well as in other surrounding towns. Boys 13 years of age up to and including 15 year olds will be able to participate in this division. Registration for Colt League will continue for one more week. Anyone who has failed to register for baseball and is still interested in signing up will have to register before the draft takes place on March 14th. No boys will be accepted after the draft and team assignments have been completed. Anyone interested, call 366-0974 or 366-0341. Plan to attend the annual Little League dance on March 27th at the American Legion Hall. This year the dance will be a combined effort for all the boys which includes Pony and Colt Leagues. This is one of the ways the boys are able to obtain funds to offset the cost of operating the program in Forest Park. Floor Hockey Tournament The Park District Floor Hockey program which has been going on all winter will end with a Tournament Saturday, March 13, starting at 8:00 a.m. at Broadview's Shroeder Park, 13th Avenue and 16th Street (four blocks south of Roosevelt Road) in Broadview. Two teams will be entered from Forest Park; 8 through 10 year olds and 11 through 14 year olds. The younger group will be playing at 8:45 a.m. and the 11 through 14 age group will be playing at 12:30 p.m. We will be in competition with six surrounding Park Districts. Parents and spectators are encouraged to attend. 4' Mrs. Mildred Pones of 724 Hull Ave., Westchester, announces the engagement of her daughter, Joan Joyce to James Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, ^231 Boeger' Ave., Westchester. Miss Pones graduated from Proviso West High School and is currently working for the Avenue State Bank. Jim graduated from Proviso West High School in 1967. He served four years in the U.S. Navy and is now Advertising Manager for the Forest Park Review. The wedding will take place the 1.7th of April at the Church of the Divine Infant. our Editor There are people in this country ' of ours who waste most of their lives attemptingtotear down what others have accomplished. In most cases, they have never built anything of consequence out of their own initiative or ability. All their thoughts and efforts are regretfully aimed at humiliating or downgrading the accomplishment of others. These same people could be of a great value to their community and their country if they would channel their comments towards constructive and helpful thinking. Any third grader will tell you it's easy to criticize or find fault with anything or anyone - it takes very little intelligence. The "casting of stones", as it were, only leaves the thrower with dirty hands! Let us replace innuendos of criticism with an occasional pat on the back and a "well done" to show our appreciation. In times like these, we should all pull together for the betterment of our community and our country. Giveour assistance, not our criticism to those who are working in a constructive manner for our welfare; to those who are working for the benefit of us all; working not only for today but for the future; we should not try to hinder thru false criticism. Most of us know there are many so-called subversive groups undermining the efforts of others by their snide criticism. Leave us not unwittingly join their forces. In my opinion, Benjamin Disraeli said it all when he remarked "It is much easier to be critical than to be correct!" READ The REVIEW Under New Management World Of Pharmacy "Chicken UNLIMITED! 200 N. Des Plaines Aye. at Randolph Forest Park CLIP THIS COUPON r I I L. WE FEATURE INDIVIDUAL ORDERS OF CHICKEN, FISH & CHIPS, SHRIMP, WHAMBURGERS, JiOT DOGS, BEEFBURGERS AND APPLE PUFFS XuiS'lfEKl Good only at ^ CM 11IV t IM 200 Des Plaines Ave. • •»,•• •AAIWM at Randolph UNLIMITED Park ^ff ^^^ ^••VMB^^ ^••v ^> ^ ^^> ^^ •^^^^ ^*^^^m CHICKEN 12 PIECES GOLDEN ALL FOR ONLY FRIED CHICKEN. $3.49 1-LB. FRENCH FRIES .90 1-LB. COLE SLAW 45 6 DINNER ROLLS with Honey 30 REGULAR...... ... $5.14 SAVT$1.65 " Offer Expires Sunday, March 14, 1971 200 Des Plaines Ave. Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Ph. or Jim McCANN, R.Ph. to L/ou I THE "WANT LIST" Most people are hard-put to understand how our pharmacy is able to keep stocked with the thousands of different items needed to properly service our customers. The answer is simple: we keep a daily record ca)led the "Want List" and eafch time we sell a product and see that the stock is running low we enter it on our daily "Want List". At least once a day we contact our drug wholesalers and order the products we need and they in turn get them to us as soon as possible. , By the use of this "Want List" we are rarely out- of-stock on any item, whether it be a prescription drug or any one of various health aids we carry. It is a good idea to get into the habit of a home health aid "want list". By doing this, you will have what you need when an emergency occurs and also you are reminded to get your prescriptions filled before you get down to the last of your supply. Bring your "Want List" to HOURS:.Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri., Si Sat., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wed., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CLOSED ON SUNDAY RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874

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