FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1970, PAGE 10 Another $100 Miracle. These fabulous Perlas DeEspagna Yours free. River Forest Bank proves it again: as little as $100 works miracles at The Bank that Works Harder for You. With $100 minimum balance, you can get a Free Personal Checking Account with no service charges, even free postage on deposits. With as low as $100 you can earn our highest interest—as much as 5.92% on two-year accounts that pay 5.75% compounded daily (much easier than other banks that require $500 or $1000 fot this top interest). And now with a $100 deposit into a new account* of either kind yon get these exciting Perlas De Espagna as a free t>ifl. Is it really a miracle—or just a new kind of People's Banking that gives you more for your money? Who cares? Just hurry in during People's Hours* (including all day Wednesday) for your pearls-limited oiler. THE PEARLS: Exquisite 8-mm size in popular Matinee length. With expensive features: hand- knotted; sterling silver clasp—and beautifully encased in a soft suede pouch. A perfectly precious gift. •Or $200 deposited into any existing savings amiunt. Savings must remain on deposit ill least 90 c/<m Trimmer Inirn existing urcounis i>r duplicate anounm — cannot be honored. RIVER FORESTsTATE 7727 LAKE ST. COMPANY People's Hours: lobby 8 2 dail, also i 8 h, Sal 8 Noon WalkUp 24 -Jjily hi 2i Drive Ins -84 daily In 88 Sal 8 12 RIVER FOREST, ILL. 60305 • 369-6400 MIMOI« noim OIPIKII INSU«A«C( CORPO«AIIO« fit Marie Sissulak Did you ever try looking for a "needle in a haystack" at seven o'clock in the morning? It's about an easy as looking for a building that's off the main mads. We participated in an antique show and sale Sunday that was held in a building well off the beaten paths. There were no road signs on the main road indicating the location of Un- building or that there was even a show being held. We were told where the building was located by a very nice young man at a service station. When we finally arrived, there was mass confusion inside. Several dealers were ready to leave before we were finally given our booth spaces which were paid for several weeks earlier. I'm sure several dealers wish they had left because It was a financial disaster for several of them. Evidently the potential buyer had as much trouble finding the place as the dealers did. We were one of the luckier ones. We sold several items which at least paid for our booth rent and expenses with a little left over. Maybe some people are not aware of the tremendous amount of work involved in preparation for a show. It's back breaking to say the least. Washing glassware [or days, packing, setting up your tables, displaying things to look as nice as possible, etc. It's pretty heartbreaking to have to pack up ninety-five percent of your merchandise and briiiK it back home or to your shop. The show manager .said she felt like crying. There were thirty dealers that felt the same way. Better luck next time! We hope. Mohr To Propose Free Flag Bill Stale Senator Howard K. Moln (Rep., Oth Dist.) announced t<nU> that he would propose a liill in the 1971 Legislative Session d provide State Flags at no cost d citizens' organizations. "Many groups, such as lioy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Schools and Civic organizations have requested rny office to supply them with State Flags for use in their functions. I have also had requests from our troops in Viet Nam. Because they cost approx. $18.00 each, I cannot afford to personally supply every worthy group that requests one. Then' is no state budget for flag distribution," said Mohr. "But," he continued, "these flags should be available, fur they serve as symbols of our sppmt of our government. The disj/lj) anil use of flags encourages patriotism and civic responsibility." Senator Mohr has discussed thi:. matter with the Secretary I State's office, which has appn.vi"! hi.s proposal, lie intends In introduce legislation during tin iii'.vt .session which would provi-li- an appropriation to furnish fl.i.'.• to qualified recipients.
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