Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 20, 1971 · Page 7
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 7

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rrrwvTfn-ft mmwt 11 «innr»Tg-»ii» n » »i i"i i»i rnnnnnnrrrmr» 11 »•»•»•'• nmnr A man concerned abouf Forest Park .... YESTERDAY /TODAY / TOMORROW •JOHN HANLEY has demonstrated his ability and interest in Forest Park by: Serving on the Board of the Park District (as a member for 8 years and past president) • Serving the Forest Park Youth Commission Serving four years on the Recreation Board President, Bataan Pageant Corp. Member - St. John Ev. Lutheran Church Member - Kiwanis Club of forest Park Born and raised in Forest Park Educated in Local Schools Married and Father of three daughters Home owner and resides at 1127 Beloit Ave. JOHN HANLEY has served Forest Park well in the past.. .let him serve you in the future. a_ 0 a a a a a a Bana a a a Baa a o eji a a a a a a a OQOOQBaaeaaflaofllHlg».08l P.g.t.p flaaaBaoaaoooon John Han ley for Commissioner Consider JOHN HANLEY for Commissioner when you vote. Take Mother out of the kitchen GOME GET THE WORLD'S BEST FRIED CHICKEN Chicken UNLIMITED SPECIAL January 20 & 21st & 25,26,27 & 28th 12 pc. Dinner 12 pieces, 1 Ib. French Fries, 1 Ib: cole slaw, 6 Rolls & Honey Reg. $4.75 NOW OPEN DAILY 11 a.m • 11 p.m. Chicken UNLIMITED Randolph & Des Plaines phone 771-6200 V. A. News The Veterans Administration announced today that a record $275 million In dividends will be paid in 1971 to more than 4,1 million veterans holding World War I and World War Hinsurance policies. Adminlstrator»of Veterans Affairs Donald E. Johnson said the higher dividends arepossiblebe- c'ause of increased Interest earning of the National Service Life Insurance (NSGLI) trust funds. He noted that dividends totalling $225 million and averaging about $64 apiece will go to about 4,000,000 veterans with NSLI (World War n) policies. The 163,400 veterans with USGLI (World War I) policies will receive $20 million in dividends, averaging about $122 apiece. All dividends will be paid In 1971-on the anniversary dates of the policies, Johnson said. The VA Administrator stressed that since payment of dividends will be automatic, veterans need not write to the VA to receive payment. Veterans who have instructed VA to retain their dividends will receive appropriate statements, he adivsed. In 1970, more than 4,191,000 veterans with NSLI and USGLI policies received $264 million in dividends. Those withUSGLIpol- icles averaged more than $115 apiece, while those with NSLI policies averaged nearly $61. Johnson explained that the amount of dividend a veteran receives depends on such factors as the plan of Ins\ir&nce, age of the insured, age of tnepollcy and its face value. Field Stevenson P.T.A. The Field Stevenson P.T.A. was held In the>school cafeteria on January 12th. The parents visited their child's classroom from 7:30 to 8 p.m. A movie on air pollution was then shown by Mrs. Nelson. The evening was concluded with a panel discussion consisting of nine people. The following people on the pie. These people were Pat Sahly, moderator; Nettie Szymanowskl and Earl Flight represented the parents; Bud Sahly from the Advisory Board; Betty Reich and Charles Mariner from the Board of Education; Miss Sobczynski, Guidance Counselor; Mrs. Harvey, First grade teacher; and Jodi Henderson, our Principal. The room prize was awarded to Mrs. Moch's room (First Gr.) for the most parents attending the meeting. lalk oi Ike lown by Jackie Schulz 366-4685 JOHN LINK said he wished Christmas was last Sunday, the snow was so soft and white. So here are two more Christmas stories for you. RUTH and AL LOSSAU finally got around to attending their family Christmas dinner. The reason for the postponement was Al's mother's recent illness. No fun without her so after her recovery, they all got together at Harold and Bettie Lossau's on January 10th. Ray and Elsie Fricke were unable to attend as they were In California. Home for the holidays from Los Angeles was BILL WATTS who was a machine gunner on a helicopter in Long Binh, Viet Nam.in 1969. For his action there, Bill received the Purple Heart. His children, CYNTHIA ANN and WILLIAM, JR. and parents, MR. AND MRS. SAM WATTS were thankful and happy for the Christmas reunion. Also on hand to celebrate the homecoming were ROBERT AND LAVERNE WATTS with their children SUSAN and ROBERT and DONALD and RUTH WATTS with their children JAMES, THOMAS, JULIE and DAVID. TOM and JENNIFER JAHODA have a brand new baby brother, ANDREW EARL! Even though he weighed in at 9 pounds 1 ounce, he's the smallest one the Jahoda's have had so far. Ma and Pa are BILL and SHIRLEY JAHODA, and grandparents are EARL and FLORENCE LELIVELT and JEAN JAHODA. Andy, or Drew or whatever he'll be called was born Monday, January 11 at We,stlake Hospital. VITO BIANCO is in the news! He'U be an administrative assistant to Mike Bakalis, newly elected Superintendent of Public Instruction. Vito will be Director of Teacher Services^ anew post created to provide negotiations between school boards and teacher groups, unions, etc. This position will also act as an information gathering office and will assist in teacher placement and recruitment. Vito has been teaching in DeKalb High School since 1963 as a pre-vocational counselor and assistant wrestling coach. He also taught math and science. BERTHA and CHARLIE BIANCO are his pn|ud parents and sharing their pride -are his aunts, ANN PAYETTE, i IDA McNEILL and CARMELLA ROZHON. BERTHA and CHARLIE BIANCO are in the news again right here in the next paragraph. On Jan. 15 NANCY and BRUCE BIANCO became the parents of a 7 pound 13 ounce boy who shall be named JASON. Grandparents of JASON BIANCO are FLORENCE and ED DONOVTTCH and BERTHA and CHARLIE BIANCO! January & February CLEANING on TACKED DOWN CARPETING Pay for the larger of the two 20% off on LOOSE RUGS Also - GOOD BUY on NEW CARPETS WOOL or NYLON INDOOR CARPETING] Butler Rug Co. 7406 W. MADISON FO 9-6640 Social Security Paula E. Zwintscher, Manager of the Elmwood Park Social Security Office announces that a representative of her office will be at the Dr. Martin Luther King .Center at 801 West Madison St., Maywood, HI., from 9:30 a.m. to Noon on January 21, 1971. We come to Maywood the third Thursday of every month to help you with your Social Security matters, but telephone the Social Security Office first, as your business may be taken care of by phone. Our office has also instituted a new type of service, which we call "Tele'Service." Our help Is as near as your telephone. It is no longer necessary for you to come In, and see us personally. In most Instances you may change your address, file a claim for benefits, and do other actions by 1456-4900.

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