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   Review and Forest Parker (Newspaper) - May 2, 1946, Forest Park, Illinois                                REVIEW FORESTPARKER robliihed Each Thuridiy at Forest Illinoil BY FOREST 7233 MADISON STREET u Out Mill MilHr IMnoU THE PAPER WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered Hidiy Morning By Your Postman Local Per Yonr in Advance Out of Ton ri any part of the world f VOU 19 FOREST MAY 194C Claude Editor PRICE FIVE CENTS Mayor Reichs Proclamation On Curtailment of Electricity Because of the critical shortage of coal relilting from the nationwide strike of liitnininous coal Xernon hereby proclaim a slate of lo in llic City ofForest Iark and call all citizens to comply with the Order n the Commerce Commission dated May curtailment in the use of The restrictions necessary to protect electric service for essen tial public health and safety uses and protection of an1 effective immediately and call for curtailment of electricity all such purposes as decorative or ornamental and and flood sifjn and show case comfort air car and in terior lighting in excess of minimum For industrial use except for an aggregate of during the period Monday to Friday For commercial use except for the fourhour period be tween 2 and 6 Monday through Saturday in The Commission order exempts insofar as practicable minimum electricity requirements for public health and safety and protection of property such as water sewege lire and police disseminators of public in and establishments required bv law to be kept open for specified hours such as banks and trading Compliance with these regulations is vital luring this emer gency and I urge all citixens to cooperate Signed VKRNOM Mayor Citv of Forest Park Lions Club Wilbert Haase At Banquet Wilbcrt 1015Troost was the guest of honor on Wednesday May at a ban quet given at the Forest Casino by the Lions Club of Forest Park of which he is a past Two hundred guests gathered to pay tribute to Mr Haase for the leadership and support he has given the club during his years of mem and for his high standing in community The club pre sented him with a certificate of ap preciation for his The pleasure of the evening was heightened by the show which was lagcd after dinner by Jess Libonati f Forest Joseph Sodaro and Hoy Mohr vere in charge of the honor Curtail Use Of Electricity In Suburbs In an effort to prolong the supply of electricity for public health and safety needs and the protection of the Illinois Commerce Commission on May 1 issued an or der calling for drastic reductions in the use of electrcity throughout most of the Utilities covered by the order in clude Public Service Company of Northern Illinois serving Forest Park and 350 other communities and farms throughout northern The necessitated by the supplies of coal available lor power is effective im mediately and calls for curtailment ol electricity For all such purposes as decorative or ornamental and flood sign win dow and show case com fort air car and interior lighting in excess of minimum For industrial use except for an aggregate of 24 hours dur ing the period Monday to Friday inclusive For commercial use except for the fourhour period between 2 and G of Monday to Saturday The commission order exempted insofar as practicable minimum elec tricity requirements for public health and safety needs and protec tion of property such as water sewage fire and police churches disseminators of public in transportation and estab lishments required by law to be kept open for specified hours such as banks and trading Full public compliance with the restrictions should prolong the sup ply of electricity for essential public uses until the end of the month commission engineers esti Coal reserves of the utility com panies have steadily dwindled since the nationwide bituminous coal strike began on April John commission chair said public compliance with the order is vital during the emer Britton Budd Public Service president said his company was do ing everything possible to protect and continue the supply of electri but without public coopera the companys power supply would cease by May 21 unless coal production is resumed by May 14 It takes about seven days after the miners return to work for coal to reach the electric generating sta tions from the mines he explained The company had a 122day coa supply in 1942 but govern ment wartime restrictions on coa deliveries reduced the coal piles to a supply M of April 1 when the strike Budd We regret the emergency whicl has U is a matter outside the control of the company and is dut entirely to the continuation of tlu national bituminous coal strike which has reduced to a dangerou point our supplies of coal for male ing The oooppration of our customer during this emergency will be ip predated wt lcnow tllat will understand our It is hoped that the productio and delivery of coal will be soon so operations ca be restored and public inconven ience be limited to the sheriff time RECOVER BlKiE Hurry U wus wry liuppy 1 April when Iark ooveriil liii ivporlril sun time it Ask a C of C store about Uie ne gift Days Left o File Personal roperty Schedule May will be the final day or filwjf Ironcjiy Kailure to a by ma oes not relieve any properly from as or any peion from the f filing a If yon did not receive a sriiednle bv yon may obtain one by calling foi aniR the ollice of Proviso Town liip 7153 in or by pluming Kurest 7HS id one will IT mailed lo If you fail to it becomes the legal uty of the Assessor to make an estim to of the value of your Personal Prop rly from thn best infornmlion available nd add a penalty of fifty Roy the will gladly 1ersoiiid Pioperly to ful ut their 1940 The office is ojnn Monday lirough from1 ti until May DOG BITES NEWSBOY Walter Sailer 7J3U MaiiWn was bitten by a dog on the near the ankle April 2 a was collecting a iaper bill at 422 Klgin and when lie dotJi was ojiened the dog ran on I nul bil He was taken lo Dr oilier for real air he dog placed under obervatioi or 15 Register now at your Chamber o ommcrce Theres Still Time To Register for of Contest Merchants and members of Hie ForCt ark Chamber of Conmieice report Ilia i I deal of interest lias been rhowu n HK Lucky Number spon ored by t he local Chamber uf Com To enlighten Ihoe who havenot r will members who display lie Chamber Jut stop in at any innnlx rV business foi tin1 Lucky Number1 any number from 1 to 500 lias not bee Vrile your name and addrcrH under number lhal yon may only oner with each niuin Mav 18 tinten valuable will be Patronize our Dedication Festivdl at Johns of Johns Citric one block mirth Forea will e ruble in three festival MTV Miuday lo mark the if the dedication of their houe of wor The ha taken on an d simiificance from the far that ii been Memorial Hall and all members will rally lo rite congregations to finance hiill recoils I rt lei ion In he rrrornintf at rind the under pastorate the church and it lall buildinji were will deliver the In Ihe evening at a Dedication Service will be held in which he Wanner will The recoup truelion of the Jonn Memorial Hall U dour under tV1 personal supervision of Henry Ilass The completion of this work will provide for the people u far more service able recreation center and for the son eties and choirs a more pi act ical a ad convenient The acting for the congregation Ui the KM nndirtakingare Messrs Olio William Krnst and Paul Gifts to Be Given to Local Customers Annual Meeting of Region 7 Boy Scouts Thn annual nieelin of Seven if the Hnv Sconls of America hell April at the Hcaili hotel in Tlic ThaUlitf Area Council had a fine dolena liriii of Stotitirs attend the delegation consisted of the follow ing Council presi chairman of Council and Activities tOJi miUee Fred chairman of Loydcn Oriiiinization and Kxtcnsiou chairinan of Oak Park Camp ini anil Activities rommiltec member of the Council Cub bing committee Clare Finance ciiinmiltee rhainnaii Hills Council Training comnrittee miui Don Public Kelalion chairman Oak Frank eMUlllive board member from Pro viso chairman of the Park District committee Dnnlap District eommisioner of Proviso district asistant Scout executive and Seoul execulivc Kii field Scout StopGo Lights To Aid Children At Commissioner Meseke at the village counqil meeting Monday night that he and Chief Karl iiartncck had been working with the village school board to a means or eliminating the danger to school children who must cross the intersection of Roosevelt road and Warengo The village council has been co operating with the school board to obtain hand operating pedestrian electric crossing It is Com missioner Mesekes opinion thai these signals would be obtainec within a short They will bt installed at the intersection by the village electrical The the saie crossing pEaestrians without the danger of being caugh by traffic in the middle of the street when the lights Keep your dog muzzled and Phone your news to REPORT THREE THEFTS Three thefts marred the last dav o Silverman and IV avenue reported the Iliefl of Has motor from a grass liimmer and floudyear tires from wheelliarrow which took place some time April and April L William 1 Fcrdmain reports the heft of his plates from in front of his hoiirc at 74 Harrison Fifteen callous of linseed 12 liruh es anil 300 pounds of while lead wci taken sometime diirinn the morninc o April from the garac of Ernes Ivijiin IF E UN THf Koresl Park Chamher iff Comment e now displaying lie ten gifts which vill he awarded to customers and pa rniis of local Chamher of Commerce lores on May IHIh at the Shown ahove admiring an clock is Gladys Lelivelt of and Becker ill vindinv the gifts arc hcing This they will he placed in die lobby of the 1oreM Henry nf lln liain her and a meuiher of he promotion d along with Phil loldcn and Sam report that thciv are many uilinhcrs left at the various member stores which have not been signed Thev UUc hcal house wives ii all of the stores ami register their One m iv register at every store that displays the yellow ami blue Chamber of Com merce The niits will be awarded at the Forest Theatre m May It is planned to have several celebrities participating in the The theatre management promises to have an exceptionally picture for that Red Cross Moves To New Quarters Forest Park unit of American Red which has had to move six times since its has foimrt n pprmrirfnt hpme sf lasty FieldStevenson school is open ing a room for the Red Cross which will be light and and a com fortable working The new headquarters will be open lor oc cupancy May in time for the unit tu yet a Rood start on the orders which have piled Workers arc needed for the knit ting which has orders for COO childrens sweaters the sew ing which lias orders for panties and and the surgical dressing Emma Brims is in charge of Eva general chairman of the is in charge of and Frieda Ross is re sponsible for surgical Review and Korest Parker on sale at all Police to Sell Show Tickets HousetoHouse Afeiribcrs pf llic furuft Polijte partinenl will cm raili Sn tlii lo tile of lol he MliMllill taure review Sored by the Foret lirk 1olice Heliiv olciil Kijilil acts of liie linesl for lliis ycura sliow wliicli will hvi In aeis will IK Konl Iarki own The how will In1 8 9 InIVciviMi Ticketran lie punliaed all el Park HtKislrr your niimi with clisplayinK the Chamber of Com mcrcc Womans Club Installs New Officers ThankAYank Wins Merit Award From Vaughan The ThnnkAYank committee presentedrecentlyWitha Cer tificate of Merit award from Vaughan hospital in appreciation7bf the fine work which this group Forest Parkers has done in enter taining tin veterans at the Seven parties have been given for the men at Vaughan since the time the committee was organized in and the group has gone out of its way to render service in small ways to the veterans hos pitalized Others groups in the community have joined with the ThankAYank committee in this work for which the committee is deeply The committee was organized by Sam Ben and Chief Karl Hartneck less than a year Slotky has served in the capacity of advisory and he and Chief Hartneck have been responsible for the parties giv en at the VanKorn has served as publicity and treasurer of the group is Albert Kloise Hummer acted ps sec retary until her when her ulacc was taken over by Betty ThankAYank committee meets each Thursday evening at the Vil lage All those who are inter ested in the work of this group are welcome to come to the There is still much for the commit tee to and they ask the help of Forest Parkers in continuing the work with the Legionnaries of World War II Hold Welcome Dance World War II legionnaires who are members of the Forest Park Post American are hold ing a Welcome Home dance Satur day May at the American Legion hall Circle avenue and Adams A good band has been engaged for this which promises to be a reunion for men who served in the nations armed forces at home and Tickets are priced at only 00 tax and may be purchased from any World Warll inat the door on the night of the Welcome Home Forest Park Womans club installed its new ollicers at a gala afternoon program an to a close a successful Officers of the Womans club are left to right Earl new corresponding secretary Carl new second vice president Selma outgoing corresponding secretary Gkmi recording Ralph outgoing president Arthur new program chairman Henry new president John treasurer Fred program chairman Charles Unit vice and outgoing second CARS DAMAGED IN ACCIDENTS I wo Fiiirl 1aik were clitmugfil 111 airiileutla The door of thii liHonciii lu lleloit was damaged April A ulnn driven soiilh 61 i he car of dinen oil Mie Hntli cliiini lie had the Kiven The or driven liy Joseph HUJ came off stolid bent Kat April when a rar driven by Cecelia Srliimek of Sjil ran into it he onto lliinlup avenue i m lie was turning nntn AU ina a nf MIC ienniui Did Peoples wai found in her Iiccl April by an allcndant at the Her WilS 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