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FOREST : J ARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1970, PAGE 13 It s the season of fun and laughter. We wish your family the ran offer. Merry Christmas. BURGIO JEWELERS -7520 MADISON ST. FOREST PARK KfRRYDMKfsnys C WE HAVE MAPPX HEALTHY ^ r-,3 j QUADS- BUT NOT ALL BABIES ?. [I ARE BORN HEALTHY.' . v / "" HCLP PREMNT BIRTH |J 'pfffcrs' a/vf ro TH? *^— > —*a—/ —^*j GREETINGS ^t this festive time of year it is our tradition to express the gratitude we feel for the privilege of serving our fine customers and friends. MEYER'S AUTO REBUILDERS 409 S. ELGIN AVE. FO 6-2000 Celebrates 50th Wedding Ahnversary Mi. and Mrs. Alex HLeschele of 423 Thomas Avenue, were honored at a surprise party given by their children and their families to celebrate the Hteschele's fiftieth wedding anniversary. The party was held Sunday, December 6, 1970 at the V.F.W. Hall in Forest Park. The cocktail hour started at two and a sit-down dinner was served at 3:30 p.m. The head table was beautifully decorated with golden candles and a lovely centerpiece of yellow chrysanthemums and roses. The other tables wore decorated with golden vases with golden roses In them. Attending the party were the six children of Mr. and Mi's. Ikeschele and their families. Tlie children are William Hceschele, Elizabeth (Mrs. Tad K..ltis), Selma (Mrs. Casimer Pytke), Waltraut (M.-s-. Jim Htareall), I/ma (Mrs. Rsy M':Coullough), and Eleanor (Mrs. Runald Allen). Of the fourteen grandchildren, all were in attendance except two - one who lives in Lincoln, Nebraska and one who is overseas in the service. Mr. & M'-s. Hceschele also have two great-grandchildren. T!ie party was attended by about 70 guests, friends, neighbors and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hceschele have lived in Forest Park since 1929 when they came here from Germany. They have resided at their present address for 30 years. Mr. HLeschele formerly worked for the Richardson Company until his retirement in 1961. 0 Id Santa's stocking is full of our appreciation for our customers and friends. W.A. Remus Ins. Agency 7453 Madison St. 366-0788 May the joy and peace of an old fashioned Christmas fill your hearts and home. Roy H. Mohr & Sons Oil Co. 366-2900 Social Security Mh the end of the year rapidly approaching. Social Security wishes to warn all Medicare beneficiaries of a claim filing deadline. Medicare rules provide a time limit for filing claims for doctor bill expenses and covered supplies, depending on when the services were rendered or the needed supplies purchased. If you have medical bills for the period, Otober 1, 1968 through September 30. 1969, that you have not sent in to Medicare, you only have until December 31, 1970 to do so. Don't wait until the last minute: With the year end right around tin* corner, you may forget. Check all your medical bills to be sure vou have filed a claim for Medicare reimbursement before the time limit expires. If you need help in filing your claim, I phone any Social Security office ! for assistance. Medicare payments must be claimed - tfiept is no automatic payment. 1 I: is not necessary-to have paid receipts; payment can he made on the basis of an itemized statement of services received. II i is important that the bill show (date,.place and charge for each ' service, as well as a descrip- i tion of the service.