Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 7
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'FOREST' PARK'REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10.1971; TAGE ? LEGAL Notice of Election for Members of the School Board, Proviso Township High School, District No. 209, Cook County, Illinois. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON SATURDAY, the 10" ; day of April, 1971, an election will be held in and for said PROVISO TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 209, COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, for the purpose of electing 2 members of the School Board of said district to serve for 3 years. For the purpose of this election the following precincts and polling places are hereby established: Precinct No. 1 87 Eugene Field School Building 5825 St. Charles Road Berkeley, Illinois Precinct No. 2 ., 87 Sunnyside School Building 5400 St. Charles Road Berkeley) Illinois Precinct No. 3 North Hillside Fire Station 523 North Wolf Road Hillside, Illinois . 87 Precinct, No. 4 . Jefferson School Building 225 South 46th Avenue Bellwood, Illinois , 87 Precinct No. 5 . . Riley School Building 123 South Wolf Road Northlake, Illinois , 87 Precinct No. 6 ..... Mark Twain School Building 207 South 46th Avenue Northlake, Illinois 87 88 Precinc.it No. 7 . . . McKinley School Butterfield and Eastern Avenues Bellwood, Illinois Precinct No 8 88 Roosevelt Jr. High School Corner of 25th Avenue & Oak St. Bellwood, Illinois Precinct No. 9 Grant School 35th Avenue and 13th Street Melrose Park, Illinois Precinct No. 10 ... . . . Lincoln School Jackson and Linden Avenues Bellwood, Illinois 88 Precinct No. 11 ... Wilson School 24th Avenue and Harrison Street Bellwood, Illinois Precinct No. 12 .... . 88. Grant Primary School 36th and Lemoyne Avenue Village of Stone Park, Illinois Precinct No. 13 89 Jane Addams School 9th Avenue and Division Street Melrose Park, Illinois Precinct No. 14 89 Stevenson School 20th Avenue and Hirsch Street Melrose Park, Illinois Precinct No.. 15 ...... 89 Melrose Park Public School 18th Avenue and Lake Street Melrose Park, Illinois Precinct No. 16 . . . 1118 North 22nd Avenue Mslrose Park, Illinois 89 89 Precinct No. 17 ... Lincoln School North 9th Ave. and Chlpago, Ave. Maywood, Illinois Precinct No. 18 89 Irving School 17th Avenue and Warren Street Maywood, Illinois Precinct No. 19 89 Washington School llth Avenue Si Washington Blvd Maywood, Illinois Precinct No. 20 89 Emerson School 4th Avenue & Washington Blvd. Maywood, Illinois Precinct No. 21 ..... 89 Garfield School South 9th Avenue & Quincy St. Maywood, Illinois Precinct No. 22 . Lexington School 415 Lexington Street Maywood, Illinois 89 Precinct No. 23 . . . Roosevelt School 1927 South 15th Avenue Broadview, Illinois 89 91 Precinct No. 24 ... Grant White School Circle- • Avenue Si Randloph St. Forest Park, Illinois Precinct No. 25 91 Garfield School Hannah Avenue & Jackson Blvd. Forest Park, Illinois Precinct No. 26 91 Field-Stevenson School 926 Ferdinand Avenue Forest Park, Illinois Precinct No. 27 . 91 Betsy Ross School 13th Street and Marengo Avenue Forest Park, Illinois Precinct No. 28 92 Lindop School 2400 South 18th Avenue Braodvlew, Illinois Precinct No. 29 92 1/2 Grant N. Britten School 10110 Gladstone Avenue . Westchester, Illinois Precinct No. 30 921/2 George F. Nixon School 1620 Norfolk Avenue Westchester, Illinois Precinct No. 31 92 1/2 High Ridge School 10900 Canterbury Avenue Westchester, Illinois Precinct No. 32 92 1/2 Mary Jane Kennedy School 2400 Downing Avenue Westchester, Illinois Precinct No. 33 93 Hillside Public School Wolf Road and Harrison Street Hillside, niinois Precinct No. 34 94 Residence 2832 South llth Avenue Broadview, Illinois VOTERS ARE TO BE REGISTERED VOTERS AND ARE PERMITTED TO VOTE IN PRECINCT OF RESIDENCE ONLY. THE POLLS WILL BE OPENED AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON AND CLOSED AT SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M. OF THE SAME DAY. BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SAID PROVISO TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO 209, COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Robert W. Bentel, President Louis S. Seno, Secretary Dated this 15th day of February, 1971. Read The REVIEW ^ Dinner Scholarship at Waffher The 14th Annual Fish Fry and Scholarship dinner will be presented at Walther Lutheran High School cafeteria, Melrose Park, on Friday evening, March 26 from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. The dinner is sponsored by the William E. Kaske Agency of the Aid Association for Lutherans. Proceeds from the dinner will be added to the scholarship grant- in-aid fund for students at Walther. The annual dinner was Initiated in 1958 and has been sponsored by the members of the agency during each succeeding year. During the past fourteen years, approximately 60 tuition scholarships for needy students have' been provided by this effort. Walther Lutheran High School is a unique church-operated high school which offers students from the immediate and surrounding • Chlcagoland communities a quality Christian education in preparation for responsible citizenship in church and community. The student body numbers 460. The dinner, to which the public is invited, will be served in the school cafeteria. The menu will include golden deep-fried Perch and Smelt with potato chips, slaw, relish, dessert and beverage. A donation of $1.75 for adults, $1.50 for high school students, &$1.00 for grade school students will be received. Members of the Agency who are assisting in this effort are: Robert W. Bartmess, 1607 N. 32nd Ave. Melrose Park, Harold A. Butscher, 1207 Division St., Melrose Park, Elroy E. Helnrlch, 541 Marengo Ave., Forest Park, Armin E. Hieber, 6026 W. Bloomingdale Ave.,, Chicago, Joseph A. Karner, 1405 Marengo Ave., Forest Park, Victor E. Petersen, 5325 W. Cullom St., Chicago, Eugene R. Theiss, 440 E. Vallette St., Elmhurst, and William E. Kaske, C.L.U., General Agent. Senator Mohr Supports New Narcotic Laws Republican Senator Howard R. Mohr of the 5th District announced today his strong support for therecentlyintroducedSenate Republican legislative program to revamp Illinois' drug control law. Senator Mohr commented, "This legislation recognizes the need for .radical reform of Illinois' narcotic laws in order to meet the serious drug crisis which now confronts us." The Republican program provides for harsh punishment for illegal manufacturers & pushers of dangerous drugs while encouraging rehabilitation of the victimized users. Stricter control of the manufacture, distribution and use of all high abuse potential drugs are also required. Senator Mohr added, "The bill particularly Increases the punishment for thoseconvictetlof illegally selling harmful drugs to minors." The bill also establishes procedures for obtaining warrants for search and seizureof the controlled drugs, for probationary treatment of convicted users, and for research and administration of experimental Methadone programs .authorized by the Department of Mental Health. • Talk of Tke T ovrn by Jackie Schulz It was a red letter day at Glonotti's last Saturday. In fact, It was a red, green and white letter day. Why? Well, what's Italian that everybody loves even more than pizza? You're right JIMMY DURANTEU Forest Park and Nick Glonottl played host to that wonderful big guy and you and I missed It, darn! Of course If we'd known ahead of time, the place would have tipped over with all his fans crowding In. When he walked In, the place went wild. Everyone gave him a standing ovation and Jimmy said It was one of the most heart-warming demonstrations of affection he'd ever received. THE THIRD GRADE CLASS OF MRS. MIYAMOTO had a very exciting and unusual field trip last week. They visited the John Hancock Center and then proceeded to their teacher's Chestnut Street apartment for lunch and dessert! They'll be talking about that til they graduate. After lunch, the group went to the Field Museum. Room Mothers who accompanied the class were MRS. SANSONE, ROY'S MOTHER: MRS. ROSS, MARK'S MOTHER; and MRS. MADURE, BILLY'S MOTHER. LOUISE AND JACK CONWAY recently visited LOUIS OSWALD'S daughter, FRTTZIE and her husband VIC BENGARD. The Bengards live in the Los Angeles are and are lucky survivors of the earthquake. BILL CARUSO and DICK ZALINSKI have come back from Sebring, Florida and we are sadly reporting BUI did NOT get a hole In one. He got one once, though! TONY AND JANE BALE had a very luxurious and restful week's vacation at the Estate Carlton at St. Crolx. Reason - they left MICHAEL and JENNIFER at grandma's. They stayed with the kids for one week In Deerfleld, Florida where they also visited HELEN REICH and MIKE WALKER. JANE BALE and the kids have extended their vacation and are staying with her parents LEO and RUBY DOOLAN for a short time. And while we're down in Florida, AL TAGLIOLA says "HELLO" to all his friends in Forest Park. From where I sit, It seems half of Forest Park has moved to Florida and the other half spends most of the year going down to visit them. KATHERINE and JACK RILEY are back again after another jaunt down there. Well, there are some of us who stay home and worry about other people's troubles. For instance, there's JENNY McKENZIE who is very happy she's a girl and so won't have to go in service. But she feels sorry for the boys who do. So JENNY and several other girls from LH.M. have been actively writing and trying to get others to write more often to those boys away from home. Jenny was beginning to think it might not be worth the trouble when she heard through the grapevine that one of her correspondents received only one letter a week - hers. Recently I had occasion to visit an acquaintance in his downtown office. While I was sitting there, I noticed something on the desk and the words really struck home. I like the philosophy and I'll pass it along to you. I hope you like It too. This was written by a doctor named Fritz Perls who lived from 1893 til 1970. "I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not In this world to live up to your expectations and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I; if by chance we find each other, it's beautiful. If not, it can't be helped." Forest Park LITTLE LEAGUE & PONY LEAGUE DANCE Saturday, MARCH 27th I pi 'till? Donation $1.00 AMERICAN LEGION HALL Circle and Adams Music by The Twlghtlers Theeily Old-Fashioned MEAT MARKET in town QUALITY MEAT CUT TO YOUR ORDER PRIME MEATS West End Market In the Heart of Forest Park 7415 Madison St. 366-0116

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