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Review and Forest Parker (Newspaper) - June 12, 1947, Forest Park, Illinois REVIEW AND PARKER I Published Etch Illinoil BY FOREST 7233 MADISON STREET u CUn Mull I 111 noli THE PAPER WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH LIKE A FROM HOME SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered Each Friday Morning By Your Local Per Year In Advance Oat of Town any part of the ivorld U FOREST JUNE 1947 Editor PRICE FIVE CENTS Pioneer Dads To Be Honored At Forest Pioneer fathers of Forest will be the honored fiucsls of the Forest theatre this June at the theatres first annual Pioneer Fathers Dav Movie and gift Four pf Forest Parks merchants this week joined with the Forest theatre in honoring the men who pioneered the growth of the The Forest will reserve the best scuts in the theatre for the pioneers and in addition to the free each father will receive a lapel courtesy of Quanrlts Flow 7608 Madison A box of fine courtesy of Candy 7353 Madison to the father who has lived longest in Forest a beautiful Victor album ol Stephen Foster favorites as played by Sammy courtesy of Forest 7511 Madison and to the old est father in a handy action fish boner and courtesy of Lin coln 7503 To qualify for the a father must be 65 years of ape or re sided in Forest Park for 20 or more hnd have his age and length of residence in Forest Park registered at the Forest The party will begirtat June Louis who has lived at 212 Elgin avenue for 50 included the following letter when he regis tered for the Pioneers Fathers Day party I think I am one of the oldest in town as I was baptized in Johns church in when the town was then I came to this town often when I was a Both of my grandfathers homcsteaa ed a few miles west of here in 1835 with the Indians and the My one grandfather homcstcadcd where Glen Oak Cemetery is My mother and I were born in the same farm and when I pass away I will rest where the house I buried a married daughter there 24 years and I have a 47 years born and living in this I will be married 50 years in July and still live in the same house I have lived in on Isabella Daughters Celebrate 26th Anniversary Proviso High Again Offers Summer Class Bcrnnrdinc of celebrated their 26lh annirrriary ing Ihc evening from left Barbara Nellie Emily rejer Mary Mary Ida Mae and Jeani June with a party held at the Legion Enjoy May Block and Agnei from left Mary Funeral Services For Charles Buck Set for Saturday Horherfs Shop Is Now Cooled the electric work on the Forest theatre when for a Chicago con King Local Chief Warns Public On Safe 4th Funeral services for Charles Forest Park businessman for more than a quarter will be held this Saturday June at oclock at Zimmerman Interment will take place in Forest Home Weisshaar will conduct the Buck died suddenly Wednes day June at his home 645 Circle avenue from a heart nttack with which he had been sjrlckcn i nlirr p th Buck came to years ago to make opened hisbarber shop at the corner of Elgin avenue and Madison later moving the shop to Circle avenue and Madison where he continued in business til his He leaves his Ella Weed whom he married in Min Purple Heart Group Leave for Quincy For Convention A delegation of nine purple hear Forest Parir 32 tlT T T nccin Tes his In JjOSSlIl 15 Oak Park Is Set to Install Park Meters Proviso Township high school will gain offer courses in summer assistant su announced this six weeks term will start June 6 and will continue through July Any subject will be offered for which there are 20 or more students but classes will be formed or smaller if approved yy the In summer school it s possible for a student to earn a semesters credit in one or two sub Present enrollment in summer school indicates that the following subjects will be offered l Public IVA Political Science General Mathematics Gen eral Mathematics Algebra Geometry General Mathe matics IB is offered this sum mer for those who desire to take a semester of General Mathematics before taking Al Science Zoology B Steno IIA Type IIA Gen eral Business B and Business Arithmetic Steno IB will be offered for those interested but since Steno IA toill not offered in the it is not considered ad visable for the regular steno graphic students to take the work during summer except as a review Industrial Woodworking IB and Mech anical Drawing B and A Music Band Installation of approximately 350 parking meters in three business districts of Oak Park within the next 60 and the reduction of parking regulations to one iqur in all riine commercial dis ricts was announced this week by Stuart village presi The village meeting with parking and traffic s now in the process of selecting the meter to be used from five bids sub mitted to the village last Changing of the two hour parking igns to one hour signs has already segun in six districts where meters are not contemplated for the pres The business districts of Chi cago Ridgeland and Chicago and and Oak Park and Madison have been according to Marshall Dutton commissioner of public Installation of parking oh a six months trial explained the is an experiment on the part of village officials to relieve a parking problem which exists not only in the business but also has effected many residential The reduction to one hour parking in the business dis it was pointed will allow more cars to park in the commer cial Bids on parking meters received by the village vary in their unit including from to All bids specify meters will be installed without any cash outlay by the Payment for the machines is to come from meter According to the Eno a national organ ization devoted to tho study fpr highway traffic gross reve nue from parking meters is esti mated at per or per Republican Women to GiveLuncheon ncsotii 44 years his Charles Milbert and his Police Chief Hartncck an nounced today that the Fourth of July holiday weekend will again be the occasion for a seasonal traffic enforcement The pro gram is being he in co operation with the nationwide effort being made by the National Safety Council to reduce the high death toll which occurs eaih year at this The police department is asking each citizen to take special precau tions in an effort to save lives and property over the Chief Hartncck He predicted that traffic will be unusually heavy during this years for thousands are still catching up on the pleasure driving they had to forego because of rc structlons on travel during the war The long the festive spirit of the holiday and more mo torists on the road will make the Fourth this year a time of real haz Chief Hartneck Lets all work together to make Forest Park one place where the Fourth of July docs not mean death and dis aster to any of our let us make it a day of joyful and safe celebration of the independence which it To Register for Johns School June July 2 To Graduate From Northwestern Three Forest Park young people will be given their degrees froi Northwestern university at the 89th commencement exercises Wednes June Florence June 7334 Ran dolph will receive her bache of science degree in education John Lewis 7450 Franklin will lie presented with a bachelor of science degree in busi ness and Raymond 528 Elgin will receive a diploma in The Vacation Bible school of Johns Lutheran church will be held Mondays through July 7 to to All children of community arc in members of Johns Sun day and Parish schools and those wlm have no church The ses sions will lie conducted at the Parish Circle avenue and Washing ton The staff of teachers will be heart ed by Miss Naomi and firstgrade teacher at the South Side Branch Rchfelrtt will supervise the Handicraft Drey er will he the Senior department head and also will be in charge of the showing of all slides and movies lit the The Junior depart ment will be under the supervision of The Primary and Beginners departments will be under the direction of Miss Steffen liagin and Schacfcr respective Competent teachers will be serving in each of tho four divi Kretzmann will conduct the opening worship to be held ev ery morniiiR in the The devotions will be followed by Bible study and a program of activities that will help children take God into their Audiovisual aids will be correlated with the daily Mission stories will be giv en particular All ages are 4 to 14 There will be much to much to The program of study and worship be highly inter esting and A preliminary registration held at Johns June and a final registra tion July Registrations may be made by Please call the church Forest BITTEN BY DOG Sharon was unjustly deprived of her sandwich June by u mean old Sharon was walking along the happily on a liver sausage The also walking along tho had no sandwich to munch Dog sees smells sandwich grabbed along with Shar ons The fingers were only It was the liver sau sage he The fingers suf fered the sandwich dis MM3C Back in the States Wayne machinists third sptf of and George 1107 Harlem is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Philippine which has returned to the United States after a shakedown cruise in the Caribbean The Philippine Sea was one of the 13 ships that ip the Navys Antarctic Homers Sandwich 7340 Madison is now a delightful place to iod food has always been a feaure of the but now will leave for Quincy Friday morn ood will be eaten ing to attend the annual state con f air in the comfptt i which lee Homer B proprietor a of a mew co minded publfl thr of the Military Order of th meal doubly de Purple They will represcn the Emmett Casey chapter of the Order in which a large percentag the shops genial nnounces the start are ence for the food rom now with or the threeda ter voted last wee state and nation U Homers Council Discusses Publicity Man for NACA Convention Walter 243 Circle ave treasurer of Johns Luth to take charge of publicity for the 1947 convention of the National Association of Cost Accountants which will be held June 15 through 18 in the Palmer a member of the Ki wanis club of Lake is assist ant treasurer cj MillsMcCanna and also publicity chair man for the Chicago The National Association of Cost as Lossin explains is an organization which aims to promote an understanding of the importance to industry of keeping accurate cost A highlight of the convention Lossin will be tin awarding of the Stevenson trophy to whichever one of the 85 chapters has the most during the year in the cause of advancing good cost HURT IN FIGHT Joseph Hillock of Hines hospital received 11 cut over his eye that re quired four stitches to close when ic got into a fight June 6 with William 7617 Harvard at the corner of Dcsplaines ind Volunteer T Charlotte on the ii June Working with her are Mildred Lunow while Major Furman o Salvation
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