Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 24, 1971 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1971, PAGE 10 INPENDENT THINKING UNIFIED FOR ACTION HOWARD R. MOHR for Mayor FRIEDHELM(FRED) MARUNDE for Commissioner JAMES V. SANSONE . for Commissioner Vote APRIL 20th "At times it may seem to some people that I make too great an Issue of planning and zoning - or rather our lack of it. I don't believe that's possible. The trend toward 'hit and miss' development of Forest Park is certainly one of our more serious problems. We are setting precedents in spot zoning which endanger the effectiveness of our zoning ordinances. Planning for future development must be high on the list of priorities of a new administration." "Future planning for the Village of Forest Park must include our youth. A well organized and supervised youth program involving the cooperation of public ahd parochial schools, the village hall and its police department, parents and local organizations would be beneficial, not only to our youth, but to the entire community." "I have been pleased with the results of our stepped up enforcement of health and sanitation standards. Inspections and corrective measures reached a new high during my terni and I pledge to continue this active program if returned to office. We have more than the average number of restaurants and lounges in Forest Park and there are numerous stores handling meats, produce and dairy products. The public has a right to expect adherence to the highest standards of sanitation and quality." CoMittee for Mohr-Marnrie-Saisoie Wesf Suburban Supermfendenfs Study Club By Rath H. Lemay Mr. James Whitney Cook, Coordinator of Manpower Development for the State of Illinois and Chairman of the Board of Vocational and Technical Education spoke to members of the West Suburban Superintendents Study Club on Thursday, March 18,*at a meeting in Homer's Restaurant. School District No. 91 hosted the meeting and Mr. Lloyd W. Lehman, Superintendent, introduced Mr. Cook. As retired Ghairmdn :<*f *tbe> Company (thelargestprivateem- ployer in Illinois) Mr. Cook spoke with theknowledgeof experiences as well as expertise in the field of vocational education.. He told the group that it costs $6,500 to put an underprivileged, . unqualified individual through the remedial process to get him back into the job world, and he said that there must be a change in the too prevalent attitude that vocational education is demeaning, that it doesn't have the quality of the academic, that it tends to ie VH»ves" from the "have nots." He emphasized the vital importance of vocational education as a basic part of the total educational picture and explained some of the basic objectives in bringing about this situation. He devoted an extra half hour to answering questions asked by the Superintendents from the western suburbs. Dr. Bakalis, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, was scheduled to address the group but found it necessary to cancel the engagement. First Annual Fraternal Order of Police Dinner The first annual dinner for the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 24, will be held at Homer's Restaurant, 7340 Madison St., Forest Park on April 5th at 6 p.m. The invitations have already been sent out. To help us plan the reservations, please return the invitation by March 31st. Candidates Rally Draws Large Crowd A near capacity turnout greeted coalition candidates Howard Mohr, Fred Marunde and James Sansonc Thursday evening at a "Klckoff Rally" marking the start of their campaign for village office. Despite the severe weather, the event was termed "a rousing success" by cochairmen Ed Toner and Paul Wenzlaff. "Judging from the crowd reaction," Toner said, "our candidates will have the active support of a large and dedicated group of men and women. R was most encouraging." Mohr is seeking the office of Mayor of Forest Park while Marunde and Sansone are running for village council posts. In brief words of greeting to the audience, each candidate expressed his pleasure with the coalition and emphasized the wide range 'of background and experience represented by the trio. Marunde, engaged in his first bid for public office, said he is most Impressed by the sincerity and the motivation of his running . mates. He said the character of the group is aptly summed up in their campaign slogan, "Individual thinking - unified for action." Commenting on the campaign ahead, Wenzlaff said, "There is no doubt we have the quality candidates here. Now it is up to us to take the message to the people. For the betterment of Forest Park, that is just what we are going to do." —- — — . • -^^^ ^^i^r~ -^^^-^^^^ Medium Rare Freddie Martin Piciak Next time you make shrimp cocktail, simmer the whole unpeeled shrimp in beer instead of water for a delicious new flavor. No matter what mother says, don't use baking soda to keep peas or beans green while cooking, or you'll destroy too many vitamins. Instead, just raise the pot lid slightly during cooking. For a tender, easier-to-roll pie crust, put the piecrust dough into a large, floured plastic bag before rolling. After the potatoes are baked, grasp with a'potholder, cut a big "X" and squeeze. This is the time • to add cream and chives, paprika or other seasonings. In some parts of India, basil is still used in funeral ceremonies because it is thought to Insure the soul's way to heaven. If you're in the mood for a I heavenly meal, stop off at Thel PINES STEAK HOUSE, 74121 Harrison St., Forest Park,.I 366-0059 for a delicious dinncrl served with a smile. Our expert! cooking and friendly service willl insure your way to a pleasant! evening. ''' * AV'V"/'/"* '^'^^^^^y^^

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