Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 10, 1971
Page 10
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY,-.MA»CH.%.l«U P ^ E . 10 Vote for X EDWARD R. LAMBKE for COMMISSIONER HONEST SINCERE LOYAL Keep Our Village Progressing Get Acquainted Offer SHAMPOO & SET.... Short Hair .50 Kays Coiilures 7516 MADISON ST. Open Tues. - Fri. 9 to 6 Sat. 8 - 5 Closed Mon. 366-9881 Appointments not necessary PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration. Residential • Commercial • Industrial CARJL REICHE, JR. Carpenter & Gen. Contractor 529-3583 6 .No. 287 Rosedale RoseUe, III. v» i »•»•» «•»•» mr oTf» »•»•»• »TPT» m <T»-»T» »»•»•»•» »TB »» » TV »»»»»» 8 r The Emerald Isle? IVo, it's Forest Park jch wuenche alien ei'nen frohen und glueklichen St. Patrick's Tag on St. Patrick's * The Last Irish Contractor uuu a «ULft B ft ' q'M "I It* •••"•••.••*•• OOOBODOOODBO o o e o n o o a o e Q a '' ' ' Proviso German Students Enter National Contest Eighteen Proviso East high school German students will enter the National German Congest sponsored by American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) on Saturday, March 13. Testing Center is the Circle Campus of the University of Illinois. Entries on _Level II are Peter Helmken, Claudlne Hilland and Peter Stimes, Broadview; Chuck Lombardo, Chicago; Reinhold Gedelt. Cherle Harsch. William Heerdt. Karen Meyer and -pave Winter. Forest Park; Marta Alvarado, Janis Graham, Jim Hendln, Maywood; Bruce Doweidt, Bill Remkus, Vera Spitz, Melrose Park. Level I contestants are John Delaney, Forest Park; Chris Fello, Maywood; and James Phillips Kelly, Broadview. Thank You From Youth of First United The members of the Senior High Youth, Fellowship, First United Church of Christ, Forest Park would like to express a belated thank-you wish to all those residents of Forest Park who donated canned goods during our Christmas drive for the needy. Thanks to your generosity over one thousand cans of food were collected. By Scfly SKiw DEAR SALLY: Pm a girl of 17 who fortunately never lacks for dates. Unfortunately, however, many of these guys want to wind up our dates by going somewhere to park. When I refuse, they get very huffy and tell me I' being very Inconsistent by leading them on all evening and then turning them down. Honestly, I don't try to lead them on — I just try to show an Interest In them and be a friendly date. Is there any way I can continue to be a good date without giving these guys the wrong idea? ANNABELLE. •DEAR ANNABELLE: Those particular "guys" are typing to con you. Continue to be yourself, stick to your principles, and be a little more selective with the fellows you date. DEAR SALLY: 1 am a widow of 63. My husband died recently, leaving me with a home worth $22,000, a car worth about $1,000 a bank account of $6,500, and Insurance money amounting to $30,000. I am still working and earn a salary of $350 a month. What I would appreciate very much knowing is how to invest my money so that I will always have enough to take care of myself. I've been receiving all sorts of advice from friends and relatives, but this only confuses me. D.R. DEAR D.R.: Your wisest course is to Ignore the advice of the amateur sell-styled financiers & seek qualified investment advice from an attorney or bank officer, either one of whom I am sure can guide you sensibly and safely. DEAR SALLY: What are the chances of a good marriage for a smart girlwithacollegedegree and a guy like me who didnt go to college? I hold down a good position with a goodbusiness firm and have fine prospects for advancement, and this lovely girl ' and I get along fine, despite the ', big gap in our educational back- 1 grounds -- but still I am worried about it. HARRY. DEAR HARRYt Your chances of a- 'good marriage are as favorable as those of any other couple, PROVIDED you can overcome your apparent feeling of inferiority, and PROVIDED; your girl doenst make a bhjthln^ . her educational advantages?tisi(e ,thinks nothing of this, ,and4f you two are really, in love, that's all * that matters. . DEAR SALLY: Fm a Ugh school/' ' girl of 17 and am dating^ very regularly with a certain good-looking boy in my class. Last weekend I met another good- looking boy from another school in a neighboring town, and he has asked me/for a date to a big dance his teen^ged club is giving soon. I want; very much to go, but can't think of a real good excuse to give to my regular date. I can't tell him the trufh^or fear of how he will react. So, dd'you have any good advice for me? TORN BETWEEN. DEAR TORN: And so you want to eat your cake and have it, too.. you want to keep "good-looking boy" No. 1 and con him, too! If you really want to attend that dance with the second fellow, do It the honorable way and level with your "regular fellow" — but be sure you don't spend any time at the dance wondering what he is doing. . 4

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