Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 7, 1970 · Page 6
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 6

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1970. PAGEj Another $100 Miracle. These fabulous Perlas DeEspagna \burs 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 for this top interest). And now with a $100 deposit into a new account* of either kind you get these exciting Perlas De Espagna as a free gijt. 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 offer. 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 account. Savings must remain on deposit at least 90 days. Transfer trorn existing accounts or duplicate accounts — cannot be honored. K1VUK FORESTsTATE fcTRUST COMPANY 7727 LAKE ST. RIVER FOREST, ILL. 60305 369-6400 Pwplt's Houry Lobby—8 2 daily, also 58 Fn. Sat 8 Noon Walk Up— 2 4 daily. Fn 2 5 Dtlve-lns-84 daily, fn 8-8. Sal. 8 12 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Young Careerettes Judy Peterson Illinois State Senator, Howard R. Mohr (5th District), will speak to the Young Careerettes Business and Professional Women's Club on Wednesday, Oct. 14th at the Charcoal Inn, 2080 N. Mannheim Road, Northlake, ni. Dinner Is at 6:30 P.M. and cost Is $4.50 per person. At this meeting hosted by the Legislation Committee, Senator Mohr will speak on Con-Con and the Equal Rights Amendment and also explain the proper way of writing to your Senator or Representatives. The Young Careerettes Invite all young working women to attend this meeting to learn more about the goals and objectives of BPW as the National Federation states that "today's young business and professional women are the leaders of tomorrow". The group meets once a month for a dinner /business meeting at various restaurants throughout Chicago and the suburbs. The Young Careerettes Is a member of the state, national and International federation of BPW Clubs and was chartered on March 25, 1967. The members are enthusiastically Involved In the national federation's program of "Era of Responsibility" and working on projects covering such topics as environmental quality, drugs, crime prevention, cultural progress, an International experience and sex roles around the world. Anyone interested in attending this meeting or obtaining more information may contact Miss Naomi Hawkins, Membership Chairman, 642 S. Marengo, Forest Park, 366-2657. New Group Fights For Men's Rights A new national organization In fight for men's rights in divorce and custody matters is belli? formed in Chicago. Called the American Divop-, Association for Men (ADAM), the non-profit organization will hold its first meeting, Friday, Oct.'Jtli at 8:00 p.m. In the Cardinal House, 5159 West Belnionl, Chicago. The purpose of ADAM Is to inform men of their rights under the law and to help them gain equity In the courts. Current custody practices area major target of ADAM. Filczer, President of ADAM, charged that courts discriminate against men and that more than 90 percent of the children of divorced parents are awarded to the mother. "Some of this is due to the prejudice of judges but most of it is due to ignorance on the part of men," said Filczer who won custody of his son. "Men can win custody but most lawyers discourage men who want to fight for their children." Unfair property settlements and alimony are two other matters which ADAM claims are decided almost exclusively In favor of the women. ADAM plans to offer advice and counseling to divorced and separated men. Members will also exchange information and recommendations concerning lawyers. Seminars for fathers with custody will be hald to help the single father be amoreeffectlveparent. "We also plan to be watchdogs In the courts," said Fllczer. "We intend to see the men get equal justice and will take appropriate legal steps against those who deny men their constitutional rights." Further Information about ADAM may be obtained by writing P.O. Box 614, Arlington Heights, m.- or by calling 259-7287.

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