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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 19 RATES 25 words or less ONE ISSUE $1.75 Additional Words, each . . .5? Deadline Monday Noon Phone 366-0600 RENTALS Rental FOREST PARK: Madison St. Store. Approx. 1250 ft. Fine location for retail or distributor Available now. 366-0010 GARAGE FOR RENT GARAGE FOR RENT: vicinity of Elgin and Jackson. Available immediately. Phone 366-1174. PARKING SPACES OUTSIDE PRIVATE PARKING- roar 7418 Madison it. $7.00 per mo. Call Tony 366-0010. PARKING SPACE in the vicinity f Harrison and Thomas. Phone :iCG-2850. WANTED TO RENT GARAGE OR PARKINGSPACE- vidnity of Harlem Si Fillmore. Phone 771-6464. For Sale CLOTHING - weight loss, forced to sell all new never worn, pant suits and dresses. $10 ea. (reg. •$30 to $45). Sizes 10 to 12. Phone 366-3275. CARPETING 40% - 60% OFF 1. Closing Out Stock 2. Heavy Duty Carpeting 3. Free Installation 4. See Large Samples In •Your Home. No Obligation 5. Free Bathroom Carpeting with every purchase 6. Terms Available 7. 24 Hour Home Service 824-2175 SITUATION WANTED Reliable mother will baby-sit in my home - any age. Vicinity of Roosevelt and Harlem. Phone 366-0118. I do painting and carpentry, inside and out, wall and window washing, rec. rooms, floor Uling, gutter repairs and installed. Reasonable and guaranteed. Available now. CALL JIM 971-0675 or 368-<l398 Eagles Auxiliary RUMMAGE SALE Frl., Oct. 16th - 10 to 9 p.m. Sat., Oct. 17th - 10 to 1 p.m.| 7506 MADISON STREETS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Oak Park Multiple Listing Service Jl/iue/r Realty REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 7630 Madison St., Forest Park 366-2820 AJter 5:00 p. m or Sundays 366-0671 FQREST PARK BRICK 2 FLAT 2 flat brick 5 1/2-5 1/2, Modern kitchen 4 baths. New roof. Aluminum storms and screens. Corner lot 40 X 125 2 car garage. Low taxes Asking $37,000. LARGE HOME & INCOME Modern 8 rm., 5 bedroom, 2 bath home with 3 rm. basement apt. Plus 2 1/2 car garage, includes many extras. F.H.A. available. Asking $40,000. MODERN BRICK RANCH 3 bedroom brick ranch. 13 yrs. old. 2 car garage, gas heat and patio. Asking $28,500. RiyiiE or Selliig Proipt Frieiily Service Let us assist in the valuation of your home or looking for a new " ; "' Call now 366-2820 FOREST PARK Sided 2 flat each with living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, enclosed rear porch, basement, separate gas furnaces and utilities, 2 car garage. $24,900. Gorey Realty 345-5015 FOREST PARK Newer 3 flat brick, 4-4-3, excellent condition. $29,900. OAK PARK 1,000 down. 2 story residence, 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen and bath, 2 car garage. P. 4 L $158.06 per mo., 360 mo., 8 1/2% on Interest rate. $20,500. LaMantia Realty 6727 W. Roosevelt Rd. Berwyn 484-7200 MISC. KITCHEN CABINETS AND COUNTER TOPS Complete kitchen remodeling A-1 KITCHENS 1001 S. Harlem Ave. Forest Park FO 6-1533 Evas. OL 2-5060 WAN™ Pack M.5M3SR OF THE OAK PAfiK REAL ESTATE BOARD MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE REICH & BECKER REAL ESTATE 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 after 5 p.m. or Sundays Phone 366-4957 Open Fridays to 8 p.m. NEW LISTINGS FOREST PARK: Two buildings. Income, or pleasant living plus Income. Front building Is a delightful brick ranch, 2 bedroom, modern cabinet kitchen, modern -tile bath and radiant heat. Rear building Is 6 rooms, 3 bedroom home with generous area for family living. Asking $33,500. FOREST PARK: Northside two flat 5 - 5. Building In fine repair. Corner lot. Gas F/A Excellent investment, or fine living plus income. Only $27,900. PRICED RIGHT FOREST PARK: Brick ranch. 6 rooms, 4 bedrooms, modern tile bath and tile kitchen. Gas H/W, fenced in yard and many extras. Asking $23,500. IMMACULATE FOREST PARK: This lovely bungalow is looking for a happy family. 8 rooms, 5 bedrooms, modern kitchen and bath. A full basement with rec. room. Loaded with extras. Only $25,500. COMMERCIAL FOREST PARK: Ideal. for personnel retail outlet, or excellent return on Investment property. Brick building in fine repair. Over 2000 sq. ft. Handy to transportation facilities. Only $22,500. CALIFORNIA CONTEMPORARY Just completed custom 3 bedroom, 2bath, H-shaped ranch - planned around a 40' x 20' pool. The pool can be viewed from the living room, formal dining room, family room (includes fireplace) and the kitchen. Kitchen Includes custom cabinets, self-cleaning gas double oven and range, plus disposal. Other features Include 2 car attached garage, basement, all thermopane windows, central air-conditioning, carpeting, etc. The pool area, whichfeaturesalarge round-shaped patio with entrances Into the family room and living room, also has the cabana and garden areas enclosed by a maintenance-free privacy fence. All this and more! Quiet patio off the master bedroom and large back yard. This house on a 1/2 acre lot is another gem in Glen Ellyn Estates, the community of all custom homes. Excellent schools and shopping facilities (Yorktown 4 Oak Brook). Transportation to loop via CNW Railroad, and the tollway is just minutes away. A QUALITY HOUSE - $62,500.00 PROPERTY OWNERS We have requests for HOMES, TWO - THREE - FOUR FIVE OR SIX APT. UNITS, VACANT, COMAIERC/AL THERE'S NO SECOND CHANCE IN A FIRE It's frightening but true that most fires In the homo start between midnight and 6 a.m.— when most members of the family arc asleep,'and least prepared to handle an emergency. And the lung-scorching heat, the fumes, and the smoke can travel ahead of the actual fire; your home can bo a deathtrap before you ever see the flames. Scary? Sure it is. But you can turn the odds in your favor by planning ahead. Your worst en crrucs in a fire arc panic and confusion. If your family— Including the children—can act calmly and efficiently, you can survive circumstances which otherwise would be tragic. A new booklet, "How to Abandon a Burning House Without Panicking" has just been prepared by The Continental Insurance Companies. Available from local agents who display the Continental Soldier, the booklet describes the family fire drill as the key to survival. It gives you tips like these: Point 1. Select a family alarm recognizable to all—il can be a bell, a whistle or just banging on a wall, but it must be loud. Point 2, Decide in advance how each member of the family should proceed when awakened that will be the basis for the drill. Point 3. Plan two escape routes from each room—one to bo followed if the hulls <inc stairway arc safe, the other if some alternative exit becomes necessary. (If you need help in choosing a safe exit, check \ with your local Tire department.) Point 4. If your household includes a Email child, nn inva lid or anyone else who would need help in an emergency assign responsibilities Tor rescu ing them. Point 5. Agree to a rendez vous point outside where everyone is expected to meet Immediately after leaving the house. This is important—too many people have been killec going back to search for e family member who was ul ready outside. Point 6. Conduct your drills at night with no advance notice to your family. Point 7. Don't endanger yourselves in the drill. You need not actually go out on a roof so long us you know enough to do so and have teamed how to open the window und screen, for instance. Point 8. Don't waste time. It's precious. Everyone must act promptly, correctly und automatically. Looking around for a pet, for instance, could cost your life und the life of someone who miffJit then try to rescue you. Point 9. Don't stop to col* lect your valuables, und don't be concerned with your appearunce. The Continental booklet also has some very valuable tips on other aspects of fire prevention and survival, u^ell as a grid for charting 'i$rour escape routes. This «*jft b« the moat important thtnf^ou cun post on your k itch on bulletin board! Pick it up, "How to Abandon a Burning House Without Panicking," from your 1 oca! Continental Insurance agent soon.