Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 14, 1970 · Page 14
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 14

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1970, PAGE 16 fc****************************** Discount on ALBUM CHRISTMAS CARDS Sherwood , Office Systems., Inc, 7503 MADISON ST. New Arrival Mr. A Mrs. Fred Ehringer, Jr. of Forest Park are proud to announce the arrival of Thomas Frederic, who was born on Oct. llth weighing 7 pounds 3 1/4 ounces. He has a brother, Frederic. The grandparents are Mr. 4 Mrs. Frederic D. Ehrlnger, Sr. of Forest Park and Mr. 4 Mrs. Thomas Hill of Oak Park. Garfield P. T. A. Garfielcl P.T.A. will hold its annual Mostaccioll Supper on Tuesday, October 20th from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. This has been a very successful event and everyone Is Invited. Remember - don't cook on Tuesday, Oct. 20th. Instead, come to Garfield School, Hannah & Jackson and enjoy a delicious meal. Adults - $1.25 Kindergarten thru 6th - 75? Pre-school - FREE Now, you can make your Porch or Breezeway a warm ? liveable roitt all winter (, IT'S EASY- IT'S INEXPENSIVE Why store summer furniture—protect It from the |1JT^ elements—enclose your porch or breezeway with tn" — Flex-O-Glass. See your dealer (or the amount you need, then just cut with scissor sand tack (or staple) over your screens. For only a few dollars you now have a room you can use all winter long. . ACT| W 3 un. R. 6° R t. wide 4 It. widths "fiSri^V 9/^vff^'" ''I"''" 'ougher than polyethylene —it's the only --^bOSil UJjZJJjj Since 1924 glass substitute Guaranteed 2 F ull Years. 3 ft. wide A/so in 4 It. widths Flex-O-Glass is a special plastic that is far PEASLEE HARDWARE 7449 MADISON ST. FO 6-1100 WHIRLPOOL THERMAL BATHS Whirl away nervous tensions, arthritic aches and muscular pains Hoi Springs' waters relax you like nothing else in the world Unwind under the skillful hands of a masseur or masseuse Total comfort is yours at the Arlington's Bath House Enjoy all the activities of this lull- service, year round resort hole Championship golf • Mountainside swimming pools • Free cocktail parties • Nightly entertainment HOTEL and (J BATHS Edgar A May.,Mgr (5O1) 623 7771 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS Chicago Office: 337-4387 Once Over LigUj fly Bob THE WAR AGAINST SKYJACKERS is showing signs of progress. At least three major airlines have developed a system of surveillance aimed at keeping potential hijackers off their airplanes and the report is that there has not been a single Incident aboard any flights which have departed from a gate position where the system is in effect. An interesting aspect of the process Is the pro-screening procedure called the "behavioral profile." Airline employees have been trained to spot certain traits which are supposed to give away a potential hijacker. For obvious reasons, most of these traits are not revealed. But if you are planning a nonstop to Havana, don't show up without luggage and don't buy a one-way ticket. So that and you will be singled out for special surveillance as you pass through a twin pole type of magnometer, strategically placed at the board- Ing gate. This device detects the presence of ferrous metal on your person and you will probably be detained for questioning about the metal object which may turn out to be only your camera or your belt buckle. Evidence that the system works may be seen In the number of knives and guns found In the shrubbery near gates where the detection devices are employed. Your chances of making the Chicago to Miami run without a detour are getting better all the time. 0-0-L DON STANCE OF MOHR OIL COMPANY has a comforting kind of sign-off to some of his telephone conversations. "Don't worry about everything," he says, "Nothing's going to be alright." You can picture the reassured caller doing a double take after he's hung up. That Is called Skid Talk or Blind Alley Chatter, and I ran Into a classic example In Spring- • field last Spring. I asked a native If he knew where the Post Office was. "Do I know where the Post Office Is?" he repeated. "I wish I had as much money as I know where the Post Office is." Then there was my old singing buddy who talked so fast it was tough enough to understand him when he was talking straight. Asked how he was feeling, he'd say, "I feel a lot more like I do now than I did when I came In." Everyone is talking about our nation's problems these days but few express it like the old timer we heard last week. Expounding on the prevalence of civil unrest, he exclaimed, "Why if George Washington were alive today, he'd turn over in his grave." 0-O-L IF THERE'S ANY DOUBT that Homer's Restaurant has a high •percentage of regular patrons, Just station yourself at the rear entrance to the dining room. They changed the door back there so it would open outward and the boys just haven't got the hang of it yet. Coming Into the place they flatten their noses. Leaving they make two or three passes at a handle that hasn't been there for a good three weeks. It's hard to break the habit of a lifetime. O-O-L THE APPOINTMENT OF JOHN W. LEWIS to the office of Secretary of State has brought happiness to at least two groups of people. Downstate Republicans are happy because he is one of their favorite boys. Major Republican candidates are happy because he can .be expected to employ his consider able political talents to neutralize the Democratic patronage workers. Lewis Is described as the Republican counterpart of Paul Powell. In that case, you can be sure the office will be all shaped up two years from now when the voters will choose a Secretary of State for a full term. - CROSSWORD By A. C. Gordon | AC II OSS I Octree of engineer my I - [•' lower : IH.-rro.iii y Suillcient 1 - Overcome J Provided 4 Preposition 5 I.e^ls latwe assemlilie« (I Si. In- u 1 Colleen 2 A run r 4 ^i Preposition Parent u Skill 1 Never! 1 IX-spoiuJuncy 4 Kveryone uiUi virtually (abb.) 6 Italian river 7 Ripen 1 ' l\)ltroon > 1 • Male nickname 2 - niemlsn - Hrfoiuin(chcin.) DOWN 1 Krrors Kxccp- led (aiib ) - Half liny puzzle .1 A Unll 4 - Quiet! .H Aquatic |im lu - i'Ut^id 7 . « 10 12 15 16 17 19 20 23 «!b 27 12 U 'ift Itt • Refusal Kilter - Preposition bi the direction of (mpedcd Neon (chem.) 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