Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 24
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 24

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 23, 1970
Page 24
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FOREST ?ARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1970, PAGE ''4 GREETINGS to ALL Here's wishing that your Christmas holiday keeps rolling along with lots of merriment for everybody. And to our good customers go our thanks. DENNY MORAN Standard Service Station RANDOLPH & DES PLAINES Forest Park n and sincere greetings to you and your loved ones for the bright *'**&»* h°lid°y season. Rex Paint & Wallpaper 7400 M.'.dison Street 366-4288 366-3037 Wigi & Wigl.l. StyUd & Cleon.d COIFFURES Distinctive Hair Styling 7524 W. Harrison St., Forest Park ByS.llySh«w A DEAR SALLY: I'm a girl of 23 and soon to he married to a fine young man. There's one big problem that is bothering me. I'm in debt up to my ears. Although I work as a secretary and Intend to continue working for awhile after my marriage, I have lived beyond my income, bought too many things on credit and the sum-total of my debts is almost staggering. My fiance is comfortably fixed financially and I'm wondering if I should tell him of my money problems now or wait until after we're married. DOLLAR DOLDRUMS. DEAR DOLLAR: Tell him NOW, by all meansl If you were to spring this bit of news on him suddenly after the wedding, It could get things off to a wobbly start. Tell him that you consider these debts YOUR sole responsibility and that, beginning now and continuing after your marriage, you're going to cut the debts down systematically and faithfully with a part of YOUR Income. And be sure you do just that! DEAR SALLY: What makes a person seemingly unable to tell anything straight? My wife is this way and too often I squirm while she relates to others one of our family experiences, embroidering it with things that didn't happen at all arid distorting It far beyond recognition. I've tried to speak to her about this, but to no avail. What have you to say about it? NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. DEAR NOTHING BUT: People with this habit of exaggeration are Insecure within themselves, they want to tell an especially impressive or amusing story to attract attention to themselves and they lack confidence in the straight facts to do the job. Invariably, other people get wise to this and fail to take them seriously, ever. DEAR SALLY: How do you answer extremely nosy and ill-bred people who ask questions about things that are none of their business? As for instance, one of my women friends who is always curious about the prices I pay for things. WONDERING. DEAR WONDERING: You can be devious by replying, "Twice as much as it's worth," or, "I've forgotten." Or you can be blunt with "11 you'll forgive rpy not answering that question, I'll forgive your asking it." DEAfi SALLY: At a cocktail party recently, I was considerably shaken up when a vice- president of one of our banks absorbed a couple of drinks too many and began to regale all within his hearing with various stories about the financial problems of some of his bank's clients. This lack of ethics certainly disturbs me, since I also have dealings with his bank that I wouldn't like to have broadcast tins way. What can I do about it''SHOCKED. DEAR SHOCKED: Easy. You can withdraw vour business from this loose-lipped VP's bank and transfer it to another bank. And il In- should ever ask you why, I ell him. LEGAL The Board of Town Auditors of the Town of Proviso will meet at the oflice of the Town Clerk, 7508 Mauison Street, Forest Park, on Monday, December 28th ..^5-^30 P.Ml for a special meeting. L —' TBtrrg . Christmas It's time once again to take pause, in the spirit of the beautiful Christmas season, to greet fine friends and neighbors with best wishes. And to add deep appreciation for your favors, good will. The FOREST LIONS Ed Lambke, President Fred Enringer, Secretary Bob Riegle, Treas Here's hoping this Christmas sets the record in good cheer and happiness. Many thanks to all. RAY HANSON'S SPORT SHOP 7449)4 Madison St. f06-1730

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