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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 21, 1970, PAGE 14 PLAY THE NUMBERS "98" - "88" see Rick Archambault MORT EDIDIN, Inc. 715 So 5th Ave OLDSMOBILE CITY Maywood Fl 3-6000 CO 1-2978 COME ON IN FOR YOUR WINTER CHANGE-OVER IS YOUR CAR Ready lor Cold Weoflxr Driving? I To S* hn H l«—S« Ui No*. Before It's too late and the season rush creates an unnecessary delay . . . We are fully equipped and stocked NOW --when It's easiest for you and your car. TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0317 READ REVIEW lasnion INevrs Jrom iVVacll lyns •/ by Marcy Kubat The Loungewear Look-With the knee disappearing In fashion, robes and loungewear Items for fall and winter rely : fleet this trend toward the longer '/.: / ^ look. :' "' ' -*i\-f'j7\ In long robes, particularly attractive Is the Caftan style, a floor length robe with an 18" slit at the skirt front. We are featuring Caftan robes at Madlyn's In black sueded fleece with gold embroidery detailing at the neckline. Quilted polyester robes in high shades and pastels are available in both long and short versions. Matching gowns are often available with the robes. At home loungewear has taken on a wider dimension. There is more variety than ever before. For example, being featured this year Is a two-piece hostess set consisting of a black long sleeve leotard blouse and a floor length screen print silky skirt. The leotard blouse fits snugly and holds in place, doesn't creep up or pull out of the skirt and is very comfortable. Also on the fashion scene is the two-piece printed tunic and pant in glo-knit estron, a jersey fabric that gives excellent draping and lasting fresh appearance. There are also one piece jump suits in solids and prints. Featured at Madlyn's tills week is a special pre-season sale on quilted robes. These are kodel-polyester robes in pastel colors at $15.00 - on sale for $8.99 for as long as they last. They are an exceptional buy for gift giving. Latest poll indicates wet shirts prefer Electric dryers by huge mar gin v And why nor? ^X .in n tjas dryer, there's a concentrated heat source. The electric drver is different. Its radiant warmth surround 1 ; wet shirts and dries the sleeves, collars, cults, and buttonholes all at the same time. It's fast, vet ^etule. Keeps the pleats and creases from turnin" into crumples and rumples. No wonder more wee shirts opt for the Hameless electric dryer every day. Commonwealth. Edison Company. The bright new ideas are Electric! The Fourth Branch By 6.0. Paeth In response to SpJro Agnew's recent 10-pofnt self-test to determine If the Individual Is a member of the liberal "elite" I offer this quiz to determine whether or not you are a member of the "silent majority". (1) Do you walk around with glazed eyes and avoid any conversation that isn't about Jackie Onassis or professional football? (2) Do you wish that hippies, demonstrators and students would quit questioning or protesting public policy decisions that you think are best handled by the government? (3) Do you think that anyone who goes to college has wasted four years when they could have been making good money at Western Electric? (4) Do you think that driving a truck or fixing an automobile Is just as important as writing newspaper articles? (5) Does the very thought of "radical liberals" or the "new left" upset you and acomparison of Christine Jorgensen and Charles Goodell sound like an accurate analysis of the New York Senator? (6) Does it make you feel warm and snugly protected when State's Attorney Edward Hanrahan criticizes the media, or when one of those 25-cent tabloids gives you the low-down on Jackie Oaassls' leukemia? 0) Do you think it is awkward and demeaning for your Senator or Representative to oppose publicly policies of the President? (8) Do you watch channel nine when a Presidential speech is on because the three major networks are carrying the address? (9) Do you ever go to sleep and dream that Vice-President Agnew or Ronald Reagan became president and then roll-over and kiss your wife? (10) Do you support a constitutional amendment to abolish the Bill of Rights for everyone w.'io exercises these rights? If you answer any two or three of these questions in the affirmative, you may consider yourself a member of the silent majority and you can treat yourself to two seats for a taping of the "Farmer's Daughter," the "Merv Griffin Show", or "Mayberry R.F.D." RETAIN GEORGE W. DUNNE Pr.iW.nl, CooK County loord VOTi X DEMOCRATIC Sofa Sleeper OK For Extra Space Chicago (NFS) - Don't allow the thought of a weekend visit or holiday over night stay by relatives or friends put you into a spin. Today's entertaining is easy, what with the convenience foods, fast working appliances, and dual purpose furniture. You can, fur example, provide both extra seating and sleeping space by furnishing your family room, den or sludy wuli a sofa sleeper A sofa sleeper, such as Flexsteel's Masijuerader, is a full sized H4-incli sofa. THE SOFA opens into a 60 by 73-inch bed, and is available with either inner spring or urethane foam mattress. Masqueraders are available in a variety of styles ranging from transitional and contemporary to the Nantucket and Efirly American, And of .course, .there are hundreds of covers to choose from, depending upon your color scheme.