Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 24, 1971 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

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.FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY^ FEBRUARY'24; 1971,'PAGE 10 INCOME TAX PROBLEMS? WE HAVE THE ANSWERS AT SCHEDULED RATES SALARIED INCOME; The Standard Deduction , OTHER INCOME; The Standard Deduction . VARIED INCOME; Itemized Deduction Schedules as required BUSINESS or PROFESSION: All Schedules as Required ILLINOIS STATE TAX Schedules as Required • single form $4.00 . interest, dividends $5.00 $8.00 and up $10.00 and up $3.00 and up THE GROSS AMOUNT OF YOUR INCOME HAS NO BEARING ON OUR RATES. ' FREE STAMPED ENVELOPES FOR YOUR FEDERAL AND STATE TAX RETURNS. OUR 33RD YEAR OF TAX SERVICE OUR TAX DEPARTMENT IS OPEN 12 MONTHS OF THE YEAR FOR FOLLOW-UP SERVICE AND CONSULTATION. L^ urrencu anae, JL »*-XrlC.« 7418 W MAD/SON STREET 366-2685 .»<,...<,„ flfl ... .BOO OOP l«iltDOttH«tQg««« Many Thanks Folks Your vote of confidence is much appreciated. . . . John Hanley BOB a n B a • «j_np ^ a o a a o o o « o^o BOB* Boon eQOOBQOOOofloaaootgttmB LEGAL LEGAL The Village of Forest Park, 517 Desplaines Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois will accept bids until 4;30 P.M., Monday, March 8, 1971 for a Police Radio Communications System. Specifications are available from the Village Clerk's Office, 517 Desplaines Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois. The Village reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Signed: 2/24-3/3 William R. McKenzie Village Clerk Quality PAINTS \NHITE ONLY GUARANTEED HIGHEST QUALITY PAINT II not lolly uliilieii iltir in| KCOrtinl to libtl initrut- tioni, inoufh ptint will bl Jumtitwd to inwrt ulilftctwy GUARANTEED 1o cover in 1 COAT AMAZING ACRYLIC LATEX REGULAR 12.80 A GALLON FULL-BODIED FORMULA INTERIOR LATEX PAINT REGULAR 7.98 A GALLON 2^15.00 2^11.00 The finest interior paint on the market today! Specially formulated for superior hiding power-covers most painted surfaces, when applied according to directions, with one coat! Leaves a soft, satin finish that's scrubbablc the very next day-even ink, grease, crayon and lipstick will come right off. Resists spotting from soap and detergents, too. MORE THAN 1,000 CUSTOM-MIXED COLORS, PRICED HIGHER Thick, creamy paint clings to brush or roller so more paint gets on the wall for greater covering power with each dip. Provides a rich, satin-finish surface that's truly washable and fade-resistant. Dries in 20 minutes, may be recoatcd in two hours when necessary. Leaves no painty odor. Soap and water clean up, of course. CHOICE OF 48 POPULAR COLORS PEASLEE HARDWARE 7449 MADISON ST. FOREST PARK 366-1100 "Island Home" Featured at The Library There's something about an island that is appealing, especially a warm sunny one in the South Seas; perhaps it is a feeling of independence or being on one's own, or maybe for some it is an escape from the weary routines of modern life but the reality is usually far different than the dream. At least it was so to Wendy Day Veerers-Carter (daughter of Clarence Day, remembered for Life with Father). When she and her husband Mark decided to lease Ramire, a small island in the Seychellis group, off the coast of East Africa, they had high hopes of making a profit from fishing and various farming projects. But little did they imagine the hardships and trials ahead. Her book Island Home relates their experiences the first three years. Very soon she found herself being a midwife, a referee and judge in various domestic quarrels among the native labor force, a store-keeper, a keeper of the piggery (no one else wanted the job at first) a medical aide, as well as caring for her family and teaching her children from correspondence school lessons. Some of the agricultural enterprises prospered beyond their hopes including the banana trees, vanilla plants, palms and the piggery. They had little success with sugar cane, taro, manioc and pepper due to lack of water for irrigation. Water was very scarce and preciousandoften had to be rationed. Fishing andtimber proved profitable. Aside from her writing, Mrs. Veerers-Carter is also an artist of great ability. Other island accounts that are enjoyable include all of Mrs. Beckwith's accounts of living on an island in the Hebrides (A Loud Halo. The Sea For Breakfast and The Hills Is Lonely), Neale's An Island to Myself, and the Conovers' Once Upori"an Island. try a little KINDNESS Help a shut-in. Ask a ncish- bor who is lomporanly "(•rounded" if you can pick up any groceries for her. * * * Keep a calendar bandy showing the birthday uf everyone- you like and send cards. READ REVIEW

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