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Review and Forest Parker (Newspaper) - September 10, 1942, Forest Park, Illinois THE REVIEW FOREST Per Town Per Ye FOREST SEPTEMBER 194Z Complete Plan for Great Bataan Day Celebration On September 12 The flags arc and floats arc being prepared for the great Bataan Day cclebrtlon in Maywood this Sat The festivities will start at in the morning with a scndofT parade for Ihe will feature the unveiling of the tremendous Mayj wood Tank Corps Mural in the lobhy of the Lido and in the after noon wind up with a patriotic j bond and stamp rally at j Prominent people headed by Gover nor Green will he on hand to parti cipate in this tribute to those gallent men from this territory who showed the sneeking enemy Of what stern stuff the American soldier is The program of events for the das is as follows Sendoff party foi Parade leaves Bin ave nue and Washington lit 2 Breakfast at Legion Hall by Un American Legion Auxiliary at 3 Selectees leave Muywood at from Blh chester L Kiddie pa rude Proviso Township grade school child ren Parade leaves avenue and Charles goine south on 5th avenue to be reviewed in front of Lido Unvailing of May wood Tank Corps Mural LeKoy Al Master of Participat ing in this ceremony will he Dwight Governor of the State of George Major Gen eral Chief of Admini strative Washington Emmett Maywood Tank Norman United Slates Treasury Command Officer of Navy Carlton Colonel Infantry Commanding Fort Colonel Guy Forth and Lieutenant Paul Fly ing Henefit show for Bataan Clan at Lido Tickets may be purchased from the members of the Maywood Bataan Silver Star presentation cere mony Maywood G make aw Dwight Green ceremony will he lencral Ir vin father nf haptnan I wo companies Lnited States Tinted States Army Giant patriotic start ing at rth avenue and Chicago featuring floats f oin and civic March ing cnosisting of detachment from the ttuted States United States United States Marine United Siales Coast Guaid United States Navy Hand and the United States Army Proviso High School Twenty Drum and lUigle Corps from the American Le gion and the Veteians of Foreign Ilium and Bugle contest for at ihe Piuviso Township High School K Patriotic Bund and Stamp Rally in charge of the United Slates Treasury I Icpart Don McKiei Masler of Appearing on the program will he United States Senator Waylalld B Cook County dinntor for Civliur De City if Chicage Department Commander Ameri an Le gion Nelson Depart vien County oral GrunoVt will make award to I r Mayorof Ih Irvin lllinmnjfidward Rmmrl nearest relative of Donald Chap Maywood Tank Fiancis Phelan Corporal Headquarters and Headquarters llth Bom bardment Group Air United States For gallantry in action during the Japanese aerial attack on Field Territory of 7 Corporal conspicuous for his bravery Under assisted in repair of an airplane during the severe attack of merit Commander Veterans of Foreign Wars and top flight stars from screen and Bghds and Stamps may be pur chased at convenient places out the day ond at the Proviso High School Field at the evening perform The affair is luing sponsored bombing and straffing centered on the by Treasury May Corporal Chapman was killed in this Participating in wood xl Bataan Ian and Greater Mu Fall Festival A Fighting Tiger Will Be Held 7s Coming Home 19 to 26 Hello hapin thr other PTV ihr plmnr I have had vnnr uitiN i ful the voice I am the father of Wilfud unl In hotut And i happv neu In cause Will red i Americans wlio c hrcn srrvitiK iln Allied cause by linhlniy fur the in tie uas tin American and did wrk with those valiant IlyiriK I M i and Si 1014 his ret rived a i fi mn Wilfred coming from u n I liny that he landed aiii home some time next Recovering Thomas Kiemel I4 KIKin nc is at his iiiR a major upcration ii the OaU Fark hospital nn August 24 r in i I Kill i i ihr ick I1 I k 1 fun iiil iKli nn sipiciiiht i D litiilirr he larnrtl hy tin Park In i fitpar tturnt tin tll il thr hir I Mil k in iiillliu I Iff in t hjii I llnp r Mil I UK lit t Ulll Mt 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Bernardines in Forest Park is John Wagener opening door of the school to let in the first students to arrive who are Sam Harry Rosemary Agnes Margart Patricia Margaret Joan Poloren Hairy nod I Irank llertia orinii lied ITIII I K t and Clandc A dker I In plan I I hoi Mth of I lie i h will a IHoi he made hi ini m IMIII h all I will he led 1 he lt atlll e of the hint In A ill II nrescner nl I Mai vin Hnile son of at wh ig h in studying he nn Kli t I n Mrs mothi M manner Ih ill be They e ol Ih atlind he him Tin the u t e 11 loadable It i M 14ve j luni lintel vi Ih purchaser ol a n Republicans to Have Dinner 15 I ii I in Dral Muni mid Hank It he n impiiHHihlc for write you my letler as I WHK onL to Htii fruin that day until JUMt two Wllks I We Wll e ulinut a total of idnhly Iivi It mire wax feilini to hack to land hut now that il in nviT with I am InoklllK fniward to the next Plenty of excitiinint utlrl trynijr ex but eveiythlnif tuined out fur the I think It is to ON PAY BUY BONDS thai we look uart in that ful naval battle alonic with our pat I named about three pounilx while I was f one wan I F thoiiKht I lost about fur that and my advanced in Sea man fi i si Im Htill the We have been tieateil very jood since cam Km the past twn we ks I have been a loafer at the moHt famouM and ex j v e hotel The Navy has s taken il ovei and in nisintf It as u lest lie We gl to come here for two weekn after our pat i olj It mile IM ad in localed on that famoiiH beach have probably imed to pav from ten to twenty dollars a day to n hen M I My wo are now but l a Inn lime and dont reiTel IIUY IIIIMIIK I Kni in plenty uf PRICE FIVE CENTS 35 Men Leave For Army September 18 Thirlylfivo men will leave from Illlift Rniiril li foi the army ilucliim center September Thpy me due down town al Agnln Ihe Forest Park Chamber of Com merce will he nn hand lo five Ihe Hoys a warm faiewell with coiTcc and The who are luiivltig Kluin nvpirm 1nik Clinton Kuy Ihicnuii ilia N Austin Oak Kinshaw M7 Franklin a 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Army Air Turps has been getting excellent In blM studies and IIK a result will be able to enter the Homb At present he if in AtlanUc New Low and in tho Ieacok room satisfy nie fur a Love DICK IM I hope the hunting i us Iuml Ull Ihe lliM H It WUB III thu
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