Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 28, 1970 · Page 14
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER ZB. 1910, PAGE 14 By Sally SK.W DEAR SALLY: My husband has been letting our two little boys ages 3 and 5, sip some of his beer. And some of these "sips" are very large ones. This has been going on for sometime and the boys are becoming increasingly fond of beer. Whenever I remonstrate, my husband says beer is good for them. I violently disagree with this. Are you with me? CONCERNED DEAR CONCERNED: I am indeed! Beer is not for three and five-year-olds. The beer your husband is doling out to your youngsters evidently has more of a head than he has. DEAR SALLY: I'm a young man who is slated to be an usher at my cousin's wedding and now I'm having trouble with my girl friend. I managed to get her included as a guest at the wedding and reception, but she's raising a big storm because she's not included at the wedding rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding and she is threatening to break off with me if I GO to break off with me if I go without her. Now I don't know what to do. Should I try to persuade my cousin to include my girl friend in this dinner party or what? ON THE SPOT. DEAR ON THE SPOT: A girl as unreasonable as yours isn't worth worrying about. . and don't be asking your cousin to Include her either! Wedding rehearsal dinners are almost always just for the bridal party itself and some relatives. Tell your girl friend flatly that it's impossible to take her and if she carries out her threat to break off, you will not have lost anything. DEAR SALLY: I'm a girl of 18, very unhappy because of a complete lack of boyfriends. The boys like me well enough, but apparently not enough to date -and I know it's because of my shape ... too MUCH shape! I'm about thirty pounds overweight. I've tried any number of "crush diets," but Invariably after a few pounds have dropped off I've succumbed to my fondness for calorie-rich foods. Please, will you help me? OVERSTUFFED. DEAR OVERSTUFFED: Neither I nor anyone else can help you... so far as the exercise of YOUR willpower is concerned. This Is strictly up to you. First of all, don't go on any self-prescribed "crush diets."Consult your doctor about a good, safe, figure- shrinking diet. Then, by all means, STICK to itl DEAR SALLY: Recently I wrote to you asking what I could do about the people who live in the apartment just above ours and who constantly make so much noise up there that it causes us to lose much sleep. You told me to check with out landlord. As it so happens, these people ARE our landlords! So, what now? J. A. DEAR J. A.: Haven't you even THOUGHT of moving? NOTE TO BRIDE-ELECT: Even though your finance's parents are, as you put it, "automatically included" in the wedding guest list, it still is proper and considerate to send them a formal invitation. Quite often this Is saved by the bridegroom's par- saved by the bridegroom's parents as a memento of a very important event in the life of their son. Hewlett Asks For Support of Anti-Pollution Bond Act Illinois citizens must help clean up the state's waterways by supporting the Antl-Pollution Bond Act on November 3, Michael J. Hewlett, state Auditor of Public Accounts said today. In a statement Issued here, Hewlett said: "Today our state is seriously threatened by water pollution. Not one stream flows clean from beginning to end and many are dangerously polluted most of the time. "By passing this Bond Act on election day, we can eliminate the major cause of the pollution of our lakes and streams - Inadequately treated municipal sewage. "New federal and state laws require sewage treatment improvements to meet new water quality standards. In Illinois, this will cost nearly $2.2 billion over the next 10 years. "Under the bond issue, the state will pay one-fourth the cost of new or improved municipal sewage treatment facilities. In addition, it will open the way for the federal government to increase its share of the cost of these projects from the present 30 per cent to 50 or 55 per cent. This reduces the burden on local communities from 70 per cent today to as low as 20 per cent. The bonds are to be repaid from the state's general revenues." Howlett pointed out that municipalities throughout the state will have to improve their sewage treatment facilities whether the bond issue passes or not. "But if it falls," Howlett said, "the burden of paying for these Improvements will fall on the local property owner." A portion of the Bond Act will be available for solid waste disposal projects. PROTECT LOCAL SUBURBAN SELF-GOVERNMENT VOTE for a WORKING TEAM of REPUBLICANS COUNTY^ COMMISSIONERS 5 to Be Elected ELECTION TUESDAY -ewwsi JjgV- 3> 1970 GRUPP, Jr. = 7 = T = rT = f =: VOTE FOR ALL 5 CANDIDATES SUBURBAN COMMISSIONERS CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. CARL R. HANSEN, CHAIRMAN COLLIER Record in Congress Merits Strong Support of Candidacy for RE-ELECTION Legislative Performance Lauded by Non Partisan Civic Groups and Congressional Leaders Seeking his eighth term In the U.S. Congress, Rep. Harold R, Collier of the suburban Tenth District is recognized as one of the most able and conscientious legislators in Washington. Collier, a Republican, is endorsed as "well qualified" by the nonpartisan Better Government Association and has been recommeded by the Illinois Good Government Institute. All four major Chicago daily newspapers have endorsed him. Other awards and endorsements include: the "Watchdog of the Treasury" award presented by the National Associated Businessman, Inc., the American Security Council, and the Americans for Constitutional Action. His record has merited Ms nomination to membership in the National Young Republican Hall of Fame. Collier formerly served for six years on the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce &isnowoneof the ranking members of the Ways and Means Committee. In a letter to Collier dated Oct. 8, 1970, the Hon. Wilbur D. Mills, Arkansas Democrat and esteemed Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, said, "I want to express my appreciation to you for the very fine work, your accomplishments and the contributions which you have made in your service on the Committee." President Richard Nixon said on Sept. 14, 1970, "Comgressman Harold R. Collier is an experienced and exceptionally able legislator who combines energy and sincerity in getting things done." Experience has given Collier the prestige and know-how that a Comgressman needs to introduce important legislation. His record on introducing intelligent and far-reaching bills has been well established during the past 14 years. Recently he sponsored the administration's environmental health program regarded by experts in the field to be the most meaningful series of proposals ever submitted to the Congress. Collier has always been the type of Congressman who gives his immediate attention to any problem that the people of the Tenth District might encounter. Time and again he has proven that prompt and personal help is as close as the nearest telephone or mailbox. He knows tiow to get tlu'ngs done by cutting through the red tape of Washington. Congressman Harold R. Collier is provinding the people of the Tenth District with vigorous, sensible, forward-looking leadership. He deserves our continued support at the polls in 1970. Political ad authorized and paid for by the Collier for Congress Committee.

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