Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 16, 1970 · Page 8
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 8

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 16, 1970
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;.',; i i •. i !!.•.• i . i > ' i ' '>' . ' - • • ; FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMHSR 16, 1970, PAGE 8 ARTIFICIAL TREES -W PINE & PEASLEE HARDWARE 7449 MADISON STREET Forest Park FO 6-1100 FOREST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH HARLEM AVENUE AT OIXON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS Pastor: ELTON O. KIRSTEIN Church Office 366-5091 MINISTER-IN-TRAINING: MR. JAMES MILLER OECEM3ER 20th 11:00 a.m. The Christmas Seeker 4:30 p.m. Sunday School Cnristmas Program laOBBOOBOOOC Medium Rare By Freddie Martin Pociak For a special breakfast taste, aid orange juice instead of milk to scrambled eggs before cooking. Especially good with sausage. An old Provence custom calls for serving 13 desserts on Christmas Eve. To mike gingerbread m.?n for the Christmas tree, acid enough flour to the regular recipe to make the dough stiff and almost unworkable. They won't be edible but, if stored in a dry place, can be kept a few years. Arrange mint leaves and cherries in the bottom of a ring mold and cover with cold boiled water. Freeze, fill with more water and re-freeze. Unmold and float the ring in your holiday punch bowl. With so many pretty spice racks on the market, it's a shamo not to keep one handy on a kitchen wall. don't keep it too .Tear the stove, us herbs and spices may lose their flavor near neat. Take a break soon from holiday preparations and treat yourself to a delicious dinner at THE PINES STEAK HOUSE... 7412 Harrison St., Forest Park, 366-0059. The whole family will think Santa Glaus cams early. «####**##*###****#*#*#*#####**•* Celebrate a Special Occasion... We Love to (Jive The Modern Banquet Room at HOMER'S Restaurant Is available for groups of 15 to 150 and is being used for numerous parties. The room has its own bar and a floor for dancing. S Rutaurant and RED CARPET LOUNGE 7140 M«4I»M St.. F*mt Pork. III. r.rttof in R M r . . . (.ixiiMt RMm FO 4-tTM rinn) B B'5 a B e »»'» a » a m » o'inr Purchasing Village Vehicle License Tag The picture here Is of Mo.rge V^tls of the Village Clerk's office selling a 1971 vehicle license tag to the wall-known Frank Leonard. This is to serve as a reminder to purchase your vehicle license tag at the earliest possible time, either at the Village Hill or (h•• Forest Park Currency Exchange at 7418 Midison and the Forest Hirdwar. -ore at 7245 Roosavelt Road. V. A. News Q. For several years after the death of my husband, I received widow's pension from the Veterans Administration. When I remarried, the pension stopped. My second husband, who was not a veteran died recently and I was left without sufficient income to provide for my support. Is it possible to have my pension restored? A. Yes, if you arc otherwise qualified for benefits, you may reapply for death pension benefits. A change- in the law effective Jan. 1, 1071 permits restoration of death pensions to widows who remarry and the marriage is terminated by death or divorce. Q. I did not complete high school but was accepted as a college student under the G.I. Bill on the basis of a General Equivalency Diploma test. I now find that I am having trouble with some subjects and cannot keep up with my class. I have been advised to seek special help. Can VA help me? A. Yes, if your school certifies that you need tutorial help to avoid failing a course, you may receive up to $50 a m mth for nine months to pay a qualm. tutor. Application should be nude to the.VA on Form 21E-1990T. Q. Several years ago I elerte to receive Army retirement benefits rather than VA disability compensation. Is it too hit. to change now? A. No. There is no deadline IN: changing to compensation fi.,n VA in lieuof retired militaiv p.n. However, you mist undergo .1 V. 1 . medical examination to del, ; mine the degree and natui. your disability and the urn mm compensation to which you .,: entitled. You can make an .m. • mints' for this exani:/,iii : through the neares't VA nfli. . . Q. I am currently tnuiiiih .1 an apprentice under the C.I. Hill. As a part of my training m\ .-m ployer has asked me to take . correspondence course. Will VA pay for the lessons connM. through correspondence, in ,n dition to providing the .illou,in< under the apprentices!^ • i gram? A. No. You cannot be paid f> a correspondence course ,n i!,. same time you are IHUMIIII, training under anapprenti< e| gram. Get the Spirit BENTEL lii1!©n Service Station Tnv S*>mi/v> Trunk _ Ifor fhe youngsters m $7 .76 WHILE THEY LAST! 369-9521 —RADIO DISPATCHED — ROAD SERVICE - 369-8104 7800 Lake St. River Forest

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