Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on September 30, 1970 · Page 5
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 5

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 30, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 38, 1970, PAGE 5 When Was The Last Time You Had.. A THICK DELICl'OUS BEEF SANDWICH? (or HAM, PORK, CORNED BEEF, ETC. ETC. ^Complete Dinners too - PEOPLE SAY "Best Martini in town' BIG Schooners of beer NEW 7515 MAIISIN ST. FO 6-4977 REGARDLESS OF AGE! PERHAPS WE SHOULD ALL RENEW A SIMPLE MATH PROBLEM We Figure: ONE SOILED GARMENT PLUS OUR CLEANING PLANT PLUS A LITTLE WORK EQUALS ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive-in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVfcLT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0,0*2 \AJe C-ar« 0.0out pout- HOURS: DAILY 7 : 30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED, at NOON POMPANO BEACH MOTOR LODGE 1112 N. Ocean Blvd • Pompano Beach, Florida (< FREE GOLF NOW TO DECEMBER 15 • Directly on the ocean —beautiful private beach • Your choice of comfortable efficiencies, rooms, suites • Every room ocean view • Spacious private balconies • Coffee shop » Congenial Bar and outdoor Patio Bar • Large heated pool with sun deck and lounging area * Free par For information write Oept 623 W Modern beauty salon •*+,, Putting green, shuftleboard Year around air-conditionmg TV and FM radio- -every room Recreation lounge Room phones f levator service Daily maid service Fireproof and soundproof Championship golf nearby liam B Re*ek, Resident Manage WRITE TODAY FOR NEW FREE COLOR BROCHURE ^ POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA New Post Engineer Major Louis D. Gaddlnl has been assigned to Jefferson Proving Ground as Post Engineer. Major Gaddlnl arrived here from Camp Irwin, California. He is a native of Chicago and a graduate of Wright College, Illinois, entered the service in 1951 and obtained his commission through Officers Candidate School at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Major Gaddini is twice a Vietnam veteran having one tour during 1965 and another tour In 1969. In addition to being a Vietnam veteran, he has also had an overseas tour of duty in Korea. Major Gaddini has had stateside duty in Indiana, Louisiana, Illinois, Texas, Virginia, Missouri and California. Most of Major Gaddinl's duty has been with a Combat Engineer Battalion and his decorations Include the Bronze Star Medal with First Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal with First Oak Leaf Cluster and Campaign Medals from both Vietnam and Korea. Major Gaddini, his wife, the former Mildred Ann Silk of Forest 'Park and two children. Joseph tige eight and Mary age fifteen, will reside at the proving ground. Joseph will attend E. O. Muncie School and Mary will attend Madison Consolidated High School. lent/n HELPFUL ADVICE TO EVERY GIRL ABOUT A CAREER IN BUSINESS. •ll. Ill Illlll I ilk.- .,,II<lll,ldl,,|;. •"" ..- I.I.I .,- Mill Hl.l ,-„)„• .,li/,-,l ,i,-ir,,, n,m Sl.irl whi-n .. inn ,l Ilk,- ThlTI' .IT,- S.IWVI' I'll.-1. I "'IB' in l.ii.,kli-l :>ll iilmul i jiri-rr III.IIM-.-.. I'lii-n >ul>!i|!Ut«in Mull I,,- ,1,1,,,,,,, l,,d,.J SawyeY College §» ^Business 110 N. Marion S«. Oak Pork, II. 6O3O2 ; | [l 383-6830 ^ Kicrulivt Sci.rtary hcorUry Mcilu'l Srcr-tiry K«t|>lu.i»it L«t«l bctictary G*r,tr,l Otttn Emcrutivt Annum l-oiion..! by Elsie Kelm September is the month of harvest and reaping. But more than that, it truly is the month of fulfillment of dreams. "What one soweth, one shall reap." Although some of the seedlings that have grown into beautiful healthy plants, are now almost fading into the long nights. Long remembered will be the blossoms of August and the green carpet that now is scattered with leaves. But there is still work to be done! September, with only a few days left, Is still warm enough to sit outside and watch the last rose of summer take Its last bow. The showy geraniums may be gently transferred to the Indoors and you may be sure they will be grateful. Planting and preparations for planting occupy much of the gardener's time in September but by no means all. The upkeep of plants Hearing maturity calls for staking, tying, disbudding DJid other routine work. The propagation of numerous kinds of plants is now in full swing. This Is a good time to review the work of the season and to bring the notebook up to date, to evaluate success and failures and to Jot down reminders for future years. September is the best month in the year in which to sow new lawns. The planting of evergreens will be most rewarding at this time. If the weather Is at all dry, established evergreens will benefit greatly from periodic watering. They will survive the winter much more surely if they are not subjected to drought during the fall. With the exceptions of tulips, which perhaps are better planted rather late, all bulbs give the best results when they are set in the ground as soon as they can be obtained from the dealer; water chrysanthemums or other fall blooming plants and let's not forget to feed them. Use a low-nitrogen food to stimulate blooms, not foliage. O sweet September, thy first breezes bring The dry leaf's rustle and the squirrel's laughter The cool fresh air whence health and vigor spring And promise of exceeding joy hereafter. (George Arnold) Have a little fun In life. Try Gardening This formal design garden with a walk around it for sheer pleasure is the garden of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwarz, 7-150 Warren Aye' The windmill In the center is hand-made by Mr. Schwarz and Is surrounded by low-growing petunias, ageratums and begonias The outer square offers variety in color and height. Roses sai- vlas, mums, dahlias and others are fencing off the sidewalk. For a small garden, there Is much to see. An ivy filled hanging basket In an arch with a miniature rockgorden are part of the attraction. Congratulations to the Schwarzes. You attracted a "Special Gardening Ribbon". "_ xA~^~^vX ^ ° ft rt Y ' ^>T Hv ^ - • * ^/ 10 F £"e T ( . ~\><\S ^J?^ ', WA5 FLI6HTLES3 /

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