Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 21, 1970 · Page 16
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 21, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1970, PAGE 16 World Of PharniM c v Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Pti or lim McCANN, R.Ph Always F^oacly to S You . . . CANCI.K CLUES »2 A cough ' r hoarseness persists m.iy be due to onlinaiy laryngitis <n talking too m-n h. Don't procrastinate If the sym- toms mure than three weeks. CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN he has the equipment and training to thoroughly examine your vocal cords. . Abnormal (deeding or an unusual discharge from a body opening usually stems from Infection, ulcer or tumor. The true cause can be detected in ', less than 2-1 hours. Delay means certain doom if a malignancy exists. 'Anemia, loss of weight, Indi- gestlon, weakness arid a falling .appetite develop in many .; /systemic ailments, Including V Cancer. Those who wait until they ~ are skin and bones are committing suicide. ' 'As the CANCERSOCIETY SAYS, FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECK-UP (and a check). 1 ' You'll be glad you did' RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St 366-0874 At Valpo Jack L. Williams, son of Mr. Si Mrs. Edward Williams, 417 Circle Ave,, Is enrolled at Valparaiso Technical Institute as a first semester student In the Department of Electronic Technology. HELPFUL ADVICE TO EVERY GIRL ABOUT A CAREER IN BUSINESS. ut .i !.,-[ ii. S.-M.I vmi our a).,™,,. ill -i-iiliir huoklvl '.II about cnrcrni in i.innw TluTr'ii no ohliKation Mail the if>u|*m today Sawy€r College | ^Business I JON Morion St. Oak Pork, UL 60101 383-6830 Medic*! Secretary , a™,.] o PmiliAni of our many "extra" services mada available to you - raincoats, other garments made water repellent like uiew again. ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVfcLI ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-001 2 C-are aoout your ciotnt test HOURS: DAILY 7;30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED at NOON Nat'l Campers & Hikers Ass'n Tin? West Cook chapter of the National Campers and Hikers Assn. will meet in Wakefieldllall in the basement of the First Congregational Church at 9146 Lincoln St., Brookfleld at 8 P.M. sharp on the fourth Tuesday of the month, Oct. 27th. First Congregational Church Is one block south i>f eight corners on 17th Ave., just opposite the Gross S.l,M,,i nf Hrookfietd. \ 11 ' .iitvt'i s in the are.i ai >' in•, ]!.-! t' see pictui "S of the '• > '• .ui hip uf Mi. \ Mi 1 '. I .-mi ii ! llnw who :u • I .mi' i I • • I 1' lit • I I ( |li S ,11 •'.( .HHl A , M . . ,i. v Nil tinii Ii .ii 11 i (i ;i'.'- • 'II". anil ' .eke 'Ml! IK ,< : . ' i!f .-I v. .11 I.,. \Vi'M i uiik !• the Inr.ii r;un| i|[l}' . h.l|i|el 'it (lie N.C.ll.A. el Vlll: I \\\':- 'iii'l SUM I'liti'lin^ ;u IM-,. A nun-|.!<>flt oigani/.atinn actively prom iting liettei r,ini|-inr. Tliei. .in 1 1-10 I'li.iptei s in Illinois and nationally it has over 1,11,001) families with individual membership of some 250,000. A national magazine - CAMI'ING GUIDE covering all phases of ramping is published free to N.C.H.A. members. There is also a state publication called IS. A. (Illinois State Association) for Illinois members. Each year an annual camp- vention is held for United States and Canada. The last one which we held in the Irish Hills of Michigan attracted 7,070 family units and was enjoyed by over 30,000 people. This Is by far the largest get-together of campers in the United States and until we hear different, probably in the entire world. NCHA has been active fighting pollution of our environment for years before the present sudden awareness of peopleoccured. The battle against the National Parks being turned over to be operated by private concessionaires which would have resulted in higher camping fees was another area where their influence weighted heavily to save all campers money. In the present day of group pressures, a camper cannot afford not to belong to N.C.H.A. if we campers are to be heard. Mr. Si Mrs. Leonard How have been traveling extensively full time since his retirement from Western Electric. Winona How, before her retirement, was the executive director of the LaGrange Area Girl Scouts. All those who have seen Leonard's pictures along with Winona's commentary will attest to the professional quality of their presentation. Why not be our guest Tuesday night Oct. 27th and see slides of God's Country still unspoiled by man. For additional information, call Lester Rum.tiel, President - 366-0844 or Lorraine Thauland, Secretary - 447-5741. Attends American Dental Convention Fourty-four destists will represent Illinois at the lllth annual session of the American Dental Association, being held November 8-12 in Las Vegas. The Association last met in Las Vegas in 1965. Serving as a delegate to the House of Delegates, the Associations's policy-making body, is Dr. Joseph T. Brophy of Forest Park. More than 700 essays, clinics, lectures, films and exhibits will be presented on the scientific program. Attendance of m,>re than 20,000 dentists, dental educators, dental manufacturers and guests from around the world is expected, , . Help Wanted Man, and Women GENERAL FACTORY: TOMORROW BEGINS TODAY Your better TOMORROW begins with one of America's progressive manufacturers. NOW A STAFFING A NEW 3rd SHIFT 11 P.M - 7:30 A.M. 0 MACHINE OPERATORS 0 LINE LEADERS ° FORK LIFT DRIVERS 0 COMPOUNDERS (Mixers) 0 MAINTENANCE MECHANICS 0 MATERIAL HANDLERS 0 JANITORS 0 ASSEMBLERS (Female) STAiril.NG '(Vrt.S to SI.11 per limn W t offei : *(;,„„! starting silarie.s *Advajiremeiit n, p.,j-tuuities M.ibc.ia] company benefits 'Free Uniforms Hoiiiji.uiy .store ''"PP.)'- can: PLANT PERSONNEL DEPT. F'TAI 345-6300, EXT. 377 »•& V^H 8:30 a.m. thru 5 p.m. ALBERTO-CULVER CO. 2525 W. Armitage Ave., Melrose Park AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER TELEPHONE SALES Full Time EXPERIENCED Sell advertising in leading Chlcagoland newspaper J. TOP EARNINGS 5 DAY WEEK 848-2740 MEN WOMEN For 1st and 2nd Shift To work in Food Processing Plant. Excellent starting salary. Call JOE CLEMENTS 463-1100 Pronto Food Corp. 3001 W. Cornelia (1 Block South of Addlson at Sacrament) An Equal Opportunity Employer. H«lp Wonted Mwi SERVICE TECHNICIANS Western suburban locations experience not necessary. But should have electrical and mechanical aptitude. National company. Vehicle provided. Vacation. Excellent starting salary. Hobart Mfg. Company 2747 So. 25th Ave. Mr. J. Zanin 626-3787 Broadview An Equal Opportunity Employer COOK Full Time 9;30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Good starting salary including company paid benefits. Apply Personnel Department 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday Community Memorial General Hospital 5101 Willow Springs Rd. LaGrange, Illinois FI2-1200 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed ... we establish accounts for you. Car, references and $995.00 to $1885.00 cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local Interview, write, include telephone number, Eagle Industries, 3938 Meadowbrook Rd., St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426. Retired Civil Employees The W.-jst Suburban Chapter #426 of the National Association of Rstlred Civil Employees will meet in the Rose Room of the Oak Park YMCA, Marion and Randolph Streets at 1 P.M. Tuesday, Oct. 27th. Following a short business meeting, Mr. Cecil Thomas, well known speaker and world-wide traveler will present slides and talk on recent travel. Refreshments will be served. All Federal retirees and m ambers are (nvjted,-

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