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FOREST'PARK REvTEW,' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1970, PAGE 15 RATES 25 words or less ONE ISSUE $1.75 Additional Words, each . . .5? Deadline Monday Noon Phone 366-0600 WANTED TO RENT Forest Park Policeman looking for a 3 bedroom apartment. Phone 366-0600. FOR SALE CAR FOR SALE 1969 Pontlac Firebird, R.H. wldetrack w.w., mag. wheels, power steering and vinyl top. Phone 369-6892 CARPETING 40%-60% 1. Closing out stock 2. Heavy duty carpeting 3. Free Installation 4. See large samples in your home, no obligation 5. Terms available 6. 24 hour house service 824-2175 SITUATION WANTED I do painting and carpentry, inside and out, wall and window washing, rec. rooms, floor tiling, gutter repairs and installed. Reasonable and guarenteed. Available now. CALL JIM 971-0675 or 968-9398 Safely In A Family Job Because of their unique fun appeal, snowmobiles seem to be operated by more family members, children included, than perhaps any recreational product in history. For this reason ihe recreation experts at Mercury snowmobiles suggest that, in addition lo those rules, of a more adult-mule nature which arc frequently repealed, families learn and always observe some apeciul safety rules . . . Most important, never, never leave your keys in the switch, especially on an electric start machine. This is an all-too-attractive invitation to children to "see what'll happen" if they turn the key — and the result could be serious injury. Bo certain all family members learn the "feel" of snowmobile braking action, and automatically allow adequate distance for the inherent sliding stop of the machine. All family members should l)e coached on how to stop a snowmobile if the throttle should stick — by simply and quickly turning off the ignition key. If children are allowed to operate the machine, they never should be heyond your sight range - in a large open field. Never over-exert yourself physically in terms of distance travelled or in emergencies such as trying to pull out a stuck machine. The safe rule, especially for youths and wnmen, is to never travel further than an easy walk back to aid. And the best rule is to travel together as a family - never alone — for more fun and safetv too! KM. ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE OOt Park IbdUpU Usttac Stnft* JZ/ivelt Realty REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 7630 Madison St., Forest Park 366-2820 Alter 5:00 p.m or Sundays 366-0671 Out with the Old... MEMBER OF THE OAK PARK REAL ESTATE BOARD MULTIPLE LET»G SERVICE REICH & BECKl=R imJUKCE SEAL ESTAT? in wHti Hie New! It's Happy New Year! Bvst wishei, Hianki for your patronage. THOMPSON J^JC-^S? THREATEU A. CHIt-P ^'^THAT YOU'LL LE.AVE hiiu-tHECE YOU'L IF HE fOEiU'T BE.HAVE . JAV AHAkjPOKJtP OR YOU'VE JUST PKOUe>l-Y TAKEN OFF 6EVEl?»L POUUP5, T^'AIN ^OUCStLF TO COUUT CALOClES $O YOU'LL k.'ttr IHt ULIUHT Jf\-. IK.^1 tAP J>F ^YE'UI'y t'A^MP rcull-, Tk> A PILTfTlc bk-'ANP. P^lLk k'Lt k't-iHI^u PILT PUVI-^OLA. TO S££ HIAT ALL YOUK POOK LO^^CAfJ fib UPLkiLP FTOM THE OUT^II'E A? »JLU A-> INSlPt.lF PJ^kft,, >OU 'AM JUtaT LALMI.V Ltl HIE.MOUT. 7419 MADISON ST. 316-6910 after 5 p.m. or Sundays Phone 366-4957 Open Fridays to 8 p.m. Jleio Y eio ear THE AIR Rl NGS WITH EXCITEMENT AT THE DAWNING OF A NEW YEAR. MAY THE DAYS AHEAD HOLD PEACE AND HAPPINESS FOR ALL. REICH & BECKER, INC. Buying Of. Selling and a widec/wice 9$& MAf/S The Realtors each week in THE REVIEW Hints On Keeping Your Home Warm This Winter Fresh air Is wonderful - It's healthful and Invigorating, especially when a cool breeze Is blow- Ing. But In the winter, that cool breeze can cost you money. If you open a window to let fresh, but cold air Into your house, be sure that the cold air Isn't cool- Ing your thermostat. If it Is, the thermostat will automatically tell your furnace that the house Is cold and the furnace will turn itself on. You may find that the rest of your house, which was very comfortably heated before, is now being heated more than you want. The American Gas Association suggests that you "air out your house" one room at a time. That way, you'll enjoy the benefit of fresh air, and you'll also keep a check on fuel costs this winter. To get the most heat from your heating system at the lowest cost, the American Gas Association suggests that you keep all heaters free from obstructions. If you cover a radiator or block off a heat duct, no matter how well your gas furnace is operating, the heat can't get through and the room temperature will drop. A great way to waste money during the winter Is to get into the habit of constantly adjusting the thermostat. The experts at the American Gas Association report that contrary to popular belief, turning up the thermostat doesn't make the furnace produce any more heat - what it does is keep the furnace operating longer and use up more fuel. The best way to keep a check on fuel costs this winter, A.G.A. advises, Is to set the thermostat at the temperature you want and leave it there. If it Is operating properly, the thermostat, will automatically turn the furnace on and off.