Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 20
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 20

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 10, 1971
Page 20
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10, 1971, PAGE 20 If you wake up I richer every morning. can take it much easier. Daily Interest Savings at River Forest Bank pays you 4>i%every day. Km rr^ula fine n Anil y In' you f! day. \\ r K" <"-i Hank pa\ sa\ iif>s uiTnunl. \\ ln-l! 100 <la}>. yiiu fzrl inter 11 rn i N\i(hilrav\ iiniui'iliali in. \\i* rDinpiiunil yi Tr>t loilav (in llu I I-2';. the hiphcK sa\ iiifis arcuunls.\<' ills and -your 1 1 2' i IIIT kc •r yoi -I M!I v. ir int< rrol Irpal rr_v day on your lliis uukirif! up Hill l» v a |>l I <l;iiU meaning rarnril ycslrr- rest allowed on \ on tl('|iosil for \\ ilh a Su\'inj!> jMirc in 1971. WHAT? YOU STILL DON'T HAVE A CHECKING ACCOUNT? FRff. / Unlimited depoiiti without charge. Write unlimited checks for personal use. No postage expense—bank pays postage both ways on your deposits. Initial order of personalized checks free — ' then only about Ic per check. No charge for monthly statements. ' Free automatic transfer to your savings account on request. t^- All of the above without charge at long as monthly minimum balance ii $100 or more. RIVER FORESTsTATE BANK &TRUST COMPANY 7727 Lake St. • River Forest. III. • Phone: 369-6400 People's Hours: Lobby-8-2 daily; also 5-8. Fri., Sat. 8-Noon. Walk-Up—2-4 daily; Fri. 2-5. Drive-Ins—«-4 daily; Fri. 8-8; Sal. 8-Noon. Looking for an unusual lasting gift? Send a Subscription to The FOREST PARK REVIEW PLEASE ENTER MY SUBSCRIPTION TO 4bt*U? Pa*k Review |D $5.00 for 1 Year Ffom |9 _ (D $9.00 for 2 Years To— 19. Cheek H«ra FOREST PARK REVIEW, 745} Moditon Street. Fore»l Park. Illinois 40130 Nam*. AddrM* Town- -Statc- . zip- Forest Park Women's Club "Annual Day' By Caye Ignaszak Forest Park Women's Club will hold their "Annual Day" on Tuesday March 16th. The business meeting will begin at 11:00 A.M. at the First United Church of Christ, 1000 Elgin Ave. This Is the day when we look over the past club year to see what we have done. All chairmen and officers are to havetheir reports ready to present be- for the board and membership. The business portion of the day is closed to guests. Guests are invited to come at 2:00 to hear our speaker for the day. "OUR ENVIRONMENT" What are your thoughts on this subject? Water pollution, air pollu tion and ecology are fast becoming everyday words in our language. In 10 to 20 years will we still have clean water and air? What about 5 years, is the end that close? More money Is spent and more laws are made every day to protect our precious water and air. But are they enough? Mr. Ed Ponder will try to answer these and any other questions you might want to have answered. Mr. Ponder is a private individual citizen who Is quite concerned about our environmental future. He is deeply involved in the future of our environment and the enforcing of laws to protect It. He has given many talks before groups concerned about clean air and water and always with enthusiastic results. If you are concerned about your children, your grandchildren's future, come and hear what you as an individual can do to protect our environment. Tomorrow maybe too late; start today, for cleaner air and water,

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