Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 24, 1971 · Page 7
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 7

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 24, 1971
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FORESt PARK ! i»AGE SAVE WITH THESE STINEWAY FAMOUS BRANDS H MONEY-SAVING PRICES! 1.19 RIGHT GUARD-5 OZ. Effective anti-perspir- ant, deodorant spray. 1.65 HEAD AND SHOULDERS Shampoo concentrate. 4.3 ounce tube. $1 GILLETTE RAZOR BAND Techmatic adjustable, 5 edge razor band. 5-OZ. GLEEM II TOOTHPASTE 8vc. size. Has brighteners plus fluoride. 49 89 59 49 SAVE ON POLAROID HIM NOW/ POLAROID BLACK AND 1 99 WHITE FILM * 107 Givw» 8 inilont prints, * UMIT 1 SAVE ON POLAROID COLOR FILM #108 Drop-in pack for 8 color prints. 1 3 SAVE TIME AND MOHEY! SHOP HOW! 30 DAYTIME PAMPERS 49 1 LIMIT 1 Reg. 1.79. Handy disposable Pampers. Keeps babies drier. SAVE 22% TO 54% ON COUGH AND COLD NEEDS! 1.69 NEW C-3 COLD CAPSULES 1.63 PACK OF 100 EXCEDRIN Extra-strength pain reliever tablets. 1.29 SCOPE MOUTHWASH P'easant taste. Freshens breath. 12 ounce. 1.39 PERTUSSIN COUGH REMEDY 8-hour cough formula. Big3.25-oz- bottle. 39< ST. JOSEPH CHILD'S ASPIRIN 36 orange-flavored, P/4-grain tablets. 99 59 79 19 LIMIT i LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 NEO-SYNEPHRINE NASAL SPRAY 1 22 1.57»ize. ' GOLDEN Drugs and Liquors 7200 MADISON ST. FOREST PARK 366-4600 HOURS: Daily 8 A.M. to 1) P.M. Sunday 8 AM. to 10 P.M. W* R*Mrv« the right to limit quantiliM Sairy no d«liv«ry of tait il»mi Talk of Tke T own by Jackie Schulz Congratulations to STEVE BATTERSBY.who recently became engaged to CAROL BYARS. Steve is with Commonwealth Edison. Carol's been valiantly holding down two jobs until last week, Western Union and waitresslng at the "Maytown" for something extra for that nestegg. Their wedding will be in March. GRANDMA and GRANDPA FARRELL are jubilant over the newest Farrell to spread joy across theland. He's THEODORE NICHOLAS FARRELL, born on Lincoln's birthday. Teddy is the son of JOHN, JR. and KATHY (RICE) FARRELL and he's already got himself a nickname -- "Beaver". Why? Nineteen years ago last Monday, INEZ and ERNIE KRIEGER became the utterly amazed parents of two big baby boys. Those babies grew and kept on growing. This year for the first time, they celebrated the earthshaking event away from ma and pa. RICH flew down to Drake to be with BOB ("MOOSE"). JOE CARSTENS, eleven year old son of DOROTHY and JACK CARSTENS has a very important birthday too on February 25th. It's important because it's also DAMIAN SMITH'S birthday! Happy Birthday, everybody! LOU and MADLYN CALCAGNO and DOLLY and BUD MOHR are all back appropriately tanned from Florida. They visited GEORGE OLSON and MARSHALL QUANDT while they were there. But Louie claims Bud was a drag, spent most of the time looking for some place to go snowmobiling. There weren't many open for business though so they all came back north. Sad news and happy news: TERRY HEMSTREET left for Camp Pendleton last week, the fourth in his family to serve in the armed forces. But we're all happy MIKE MOHR is back home from Viet Nam. • ELOISE DOWD and her family are justly proud of BOB DOWD who's been promoted to Central Division Manager of A.B.C. Films. Congratulations Bob! Attention ecology enthusiasts. Three major can manufacturers in the Chicago area will pay for empty cans starting next month. There's a stipulation that the money will be used to improve the environment. National Can Corp., American Can and Continental Can will open 11 empty can collection centers during the week of March 7th and will -pay ecology groups between $10 and $20 a ton for regular empty cans and $200 a tort for all aluminum cans. The centers nearest Forest Park are 24100 Maywood in Bellwood and 7th & St. Charles and 13th & St. Charles in Maywood. The Brothers of the Good Shepherd are a dedicated group of men who care for mentally retarded men and boys. For many years they've been trying to purchase land near the Chicago area because of the great need here. Now .their dream and the dream of many parents and families has come true. On February 12th, they opened Good Shepherd Manor in Momence, HI. They hope to make it one of the finest such residences in the world. The work these men do is phenomenal and they NEVER ask for money! Anyone Interested in more details may contact MARY A. KINNARE, 7618 Madison St., River Forest 60305. . By Thursday when this paper reaches you, the votes will have been counted and the primary winners congratulated. Let me include my congratulations, too. But don't anybody relax yet— we're just coming into the home stretch. V.A. News Veterans benefits are generally exempt from taxation aind need not be reported as Income on income tax reruns, John B. Naser, director of the- Veterans Administration Regional Office in Chicago, said today. "Naser said the only reportable item is interest earned on GI insurance dividends left on deposit or credit with the VA since this is considered earned income and not a veterans'benefit. GI insurance dividends themselves are not taxable, Naser pointed out. No proceeds from insurance policies are taxable, including GI insurance. Other major tax exempt benefits are compensation and pension, GI Bill and other educational assistance, subsistence payments to vocational rehabilitation trainees and grants for homes or autos to severely disabled veterans, Naser said. Q, -- I have a service-connected disability which required continuous treatment. Since I plan to travel abroad this summer, what arrangements should I make regarding medication and treatment? . A - Contact the VA clinic now treating you to obtain appropriate supplies of your prescribed medication to carry with you, and ask for suggestions about obtin- Ing medical supplies and services abroad. In case of a medical emergency, contact the American. Embassy or Consular Office. To Speak at St. Bernardines Women's Club Sister Mary of Our Lady of The Angels will speak at St. Bernardino's Women's Club on Tuesday, March 2nd, after the regular 8 P.M. monthly meeting in the school hall, 815 Elgin Ave., Forest Park. Her subject will be the work of the Good Shepherd Sisters with girls who have problems or have encountered difficulties with the authorities. Members, please read your copy, of the club constitution and bring it with you that we may vote on it at this time. SAINT PATRICK'S PARTY: The Music Men will furnish melodies for dancing at the party, Saturday March 13th, at 9:30 p.m. in the school hall. A buffet luncheon will be served. Proceeds will pay the final years tuition of Ambrose Akalawu, a seminarian In Nigeria, whose education has been sponsored by the Club. Ticket Information may be had by calling Phil Dore 366-4018 or LIU Matousek 366-4378.

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