Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 17, 1971 · Page 13
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ooaoat FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 L 1971, PAGE 13 3OOOOOQOOC ELECT BILL DUNNE 3OOOOI for PARK COMMISSIONER of the VILLAGE of FOREST PARK Election Day April 6th at The Park Building for car service call 366-0974 M&et Your Fireman Y/, m MJeautiful Hair Can Be Yours! We know all the ways ito beautiful hair . . . the expert styling, col- 'Q?- ^*——-" oring, setting. Change Jyour winter-weary hair soon. Wi CLEAN & STYLE WIGS. Mildred's Fashionaire 7437 RANDOLPH ST. Forest Park OPEN Tues. thru Sat. Closed Mon. Thurs. & Fri. 9 to 9 CAPT. WILLIAM VRTIS Mr. Vrtis was appointed to the department by the Board of Fire & Police Commissioners, on May 1st, 1948. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on March 1st, 1958, and to the rank of Captain on June 1st, 1969, as a result of competitive examinations conducted by the Board. Captain Vrtis attend St. Mary of Celle School in Berwyn, m., and is a graduate of Morton High School of Cicero, Illinois. Since being on the department he has received certificates of completion in Firemanship Training courses from the University of Illinois and other recognized schools.- The 48 year old veteran served for three years in the U.S. Navy. In addition to his fire department duties the Captain is the Director of Civilian Defense for the Village of Forest Park, by appointment of the Village Council. The Captain resides in Forest Park, with his wife Mar jorie, and children, Doris, Donald, Debra, Dennis and David. •y^o^^eyT^c^TL^ot^rx^ COVER YOUR WOOD OVERHANGS! (Soffit/Fascia) , . .with ALCOA Aluminum ALSCO Aluminum with "Dupont Tedlar" : we also cover: • roofing • wood trim • dormers • porches • gables • garages Baked enamel gutters «nd downspouts alto available CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE 788-2606 No Job Too Small! Q[|P||PPAi| l™ WUDUilDnll Quality Work at Reasonable Prices HOME PRODUCTS INC. "WE COVER YOUR WOOD FOR GOOD" . 7124 W. 16th St. Berwyn, III. 788-2606 "New Morning" By John Griffin So much has already been said about the "Fight of the Century" that I don't see why I shouldn't add to it. I saw the fight on closed circuit TV at the Lake Theater. I was fortunate enough to get my ticket for free, due to a small chain of events. The fight was due to start at 9:30 p.m. Chicago time, but there were people waiting outside two hours before that. My friend and I already had our tickets' so we didn't have to wait. The Oak Park police were smart to have a squad car standing out in front of the Theater because many people would have tried to scalp their tickets. I was tempted to scalp mine but I had waited too long to see this fight. The place was totally packed by 8:45. At 9:10, a pre-flght show of other fights of Frazier's and All's as well as old films of many other boxers of the past was broadcast. It was quite good but the sound was bad and the picture was dull. Then the two opponents came Into the ring. Ali first and Frazler second. Both the people at Madison Square Garden and at the Lake Theater showed their partisanship when this happened. It was about half for Frazier and half for All. The fighters put on a little show while warming up with one bumping in to the other to satisfy the crowd. The first round started with Ali doing what he always did, jabbing with his left to keep his opponent away. Frazier kept bobbing and weaving to keep away from the jabs. It was evident that All just wasn't ready for this fight. Had Ali connected on even half of the punches he missed, Frazier'would have been decked in the eighth round. The difference for Frazier was made when he decided to stick to his game plan of staying in real close to Ali. Ali started to fall against the ropes in about the third or fourth round Instead of using his longer reach to keep Frazier away, All would back up into a corner and attempt to slug it out with Frazier in close He wanted to prove that he could take the tough punches.'I believed him until the last round when Frazier put Ali down on a strong left hook Frazier would have won anyway as it was pretty clear that he was ahead of Ali on points. Ali showed a spurt of strength and quickness in the 14th round when he went back to his old tactics of using the left Jab to set up his right. Joe Frazier deserved the decision, no matter what Ali says, but if there's a. rematch and Ali trains as hard as he says he will I'd put my money on the challenger. LEGAL NOTICE OF REGULAR BIENNIAL ELECTION IN THE PARK DISTRICT OF FOREST PARK COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, THE SIXTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D. 1971 • Notice is hereby given that the regular biennial election of the Park District of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, will be held on Tuesday, the 6th day of April, A.D. 1971 at which time the following officers for the Park District of Forest Park will be elected, to-wit: (1) Two (2) Park Commissioners who shall serve for six years or until their successors are duly elected and qualified. That for the purpose of said election the entire corporate limits of the Park District of Forest Park shall constitute one election precinct, to wit: , (a) Precinct No. 1: The said precinct shall comprise the following territory: All territory within the corporate limits of the Park District of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois. The Polling Place for this precinct is hereby designated as The Administration Building, Park District of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, located at 7501 Harrison Street. Forest Park, Illinois The Polls at said election shall be opened at six o'clock A.M. and will be closed at six o'clock P.M. on the day of the election. AH persons residing within the corporate limits of .the Park District and qualified to vote are qualified to vote at this election and said electors must vote at the polling place designated in the election precinct in which they reside. This notice is given pursuant to order of the Board of Commissioners of the Park District of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois. Dated this llth day of March, A.D. 1971 (signed) KENNETH Z. STANCE' President of Board of Commissioners of The Park District of Forest Park, Cook County,'Illinois • (SEAL) ATTEST: ' ' (signed) ALICE CONWAY Secretary of the Park District of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois

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