Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 27, 1971 · Page 12
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 12

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 27, 1971
Page 12
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FOHEST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27. 1971, PAGE 12 MARUNDE for *. .. Commissioner of FOREST PARK VOTE for the MAN with INITIATIVE t**0**i Be Kind To The Things You Wear And To Your Wife. .. Have Us Clean and Press All Your Garments NOW! Then They Will Be Nice and Fresh and I?eady to Wear When You Need Them. • Our expert dry cleaning method restores a new- again look and feeling to all of your clothes. ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive-in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 HOURS: DAILY 7:3.0 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. \AJe bout aou tour clothe* •^ -^^*"^^^"^^"^^^^J^"^^^' "^M Medium Rare Freddie Martin Pociak When just a spoonful or so of orange or lemon juiceis needed in a recipe, iiferci- the fruit with a skewer and squeeze out the necessary amount. Herbs, like flowers, have a language of their own. Mint is said to mean virtue, while marjoram indicates shyness. For extra tender liver, "marinate" it first in the refrigerator for a few hours in cold milk. Cut French bread Info'ihick slices not quite through to the bottom of the loaK Insert Swiss cheese and thin sllces^of onion and bake unHlit sizzles. Around the turn of the century, a French actress who wished to augment her role in a play - in which she entered as a serving maid names Suzette- poured flaming brandy over the pancakes she was to carry. So it was that crepes Suzettes were named. . You'll make a grand impression on the family whenever you treat them to dinner at THE PINES STEAK HOUSE, 741Z Harrison St., Forest Park, 366-0059. MOON ROCKET LAUNCHER IS LIKE A GOOD WIFE Lil.e a good wife who helps to guide her husband's career, helping him in the background yet rarely noticed by others for her contributions, the launcher used to bring America's men to the moon i.s tremendously im- portunt, incredibly complex, ^yet little appreciated by most people. The mobile launchers arc two-story platforms 25-feot hilih by 135-fect wide by 160-fccl in length, with an overall height of 445 feet! Rising 380 feet from the platform is the umbilical lower thai contains communication systems, twin elevators, a 25-ton cruno lit the 17th platform level, and an emergency escape chute that is 200-feet long and made of stainless steel. The chute starts at the mobile launcher level and ends up 40 feet below the pad surface. In the platform are computers. The interior of the platform is air conditioned by 33 individual remote air handling units. Walls, floors and ceilings are constructed of half-inch thick plate steel, covered with a two-inch thick blanket of Bancroc fiber insulation. Although a whole cubic foot of the insulation would weigh only 4.25 pounds, the two-inch blanket can resist temperatures up to 1000° F 1 . Insulations applied by Johns-Manvilte include a fiber glass pipe insulation with canvas jacketing for hot water piping, and a foam plastic pipe insulation for chilled water piping. The steel and insulation arc much needed. For unlike good wives who help rising husbands,' the mobile launchers in the Apollo/Saturn V project must be ready for a blast of up to 3,000" F. May no man over- issue such a blast!! Artist's concept shows the Saturn V, of which the Boeing- built S-IC is the first stage, lifting off from Cape Kennedy on its round trip to the moon. The 364-foot rocket generates 160,000,000 horsepower on its first 40-mile jump, the distance it it propelled by the S-IC first stage. Mobile launcher is completely engulfed by flame of rocket exhaust, indicating extremes of temperature and noise to which it U exposed. Delicate equipment inside is protected by thermal and acoustical insulations supplied and installed by Johns-Manvllle, (jardt by Elsie Kela HOUSEPLANTS The Amaryllis Plant - The amaryllis plant is a genus of S. African bulbous plants which oear several large lily-like pink, white, rose-red or purple flowers on a single, solid stem In midsummer. The only true species'is A. belladonna, which grows well and blooms freely outdoors in Calif. In the east and north it seems to defy every attempt to establish it outdoors. For indoor flowering it requires a soil of fibrous loam, leafmold and sand, with liquid manure during the blooming season. The amaryllis and Us relatives give bright-colored bloom in summer. Best known in the amaryllis family is the red and white hippeastrum and commonly known as Amaryllis. Sternbergia is a variety that is hardy. The amazon-lily with fragrant white flowers is for southern gardens. Zephyr -lilies are laitly haify smaU pVairts with dainty pink, red or yellow flowers. The most common disease that befalls the amaryllis is the leaf scorch also common on narcissus, the fungus apparently over- wintering on the bulbs, which should- be treated with a disinfectant. Bulbs showing the black resting bodies (sclerotia) of the botrytis fungus should be discarded. JANUARY CHORES ' You may send for a seed catalog and place orders without delay. Disperse heavy accumulations of snow on evergreens by shaking tliexbranches with a wooden rake or broom. Allow snow to remain on coidframes until it melts naturally. It provides good insulation. Check tools and supplies now. Winter passes all too swiftly and with Its end comes Immediate need lor these.'Make sure that the tools and implements you have are in good condition for future work. This is also the time when you can leisurely read and study nature, plant life and horticulture, not only for the pure joy ot reading about things that are uplifting and stimulating, but for the knowledge you can use the coming season. The choice of books, bulletins and other publications on these subjects is wide, and good. Our local library has more to offer than anyone can read in one winter. This midwinter time is a great timo to do armchair gardening. It's a good time to spend some time on a good garden plan, do some research work on your own and let the rest of the world go by. LEGAL Public Notice Is hereby given that the Library Board ot the Village of Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois will hold its regualr meeting during the calendar year of 1971 at 8;00 P.M. In the Council Chambers of the Library, 7555 Jackson Blvd., Forest Park, UUwiisonttie following dates; January 12th February 9th March 9th April 13th May llth June 8th July I3th August 10th September 14th October 12th November 9th December 14th Signed: Will/am R. McKenzie VILLAGE Clerk give, to the march or Dimes THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER Exhibiting at Nat'l Hobby Show Creative Hands Studio has been invited to exhibit at the forthcoming National Hobby Show which will be held attheSherman House on January 31st. The Oriental Box which had won the National Special A.viav4 awl Blue Ribbon Award at the National Seminar in Louisville last July, is one of the pieces requested to be displayed. "The only thing that mukeg u man succumb to temptation in llie opportunity."

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