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IXJREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31. 1971. PAGE 16 WEST END MARKE tie iity 366-0116 Old-Fashioned 7415 Madison St. ORDER your HO-KA FRESH FAMOUS DRESSED TURKEYS 100% Pure Ground Beef from our prime beef 3/$1.98 U.S. Prime Blade Cut POT ROAST 55<ib lean PORK TENDERLOIN U.S. Gov't. Grade A ROASTING CHICKEN 5-6 ID. 59<Jlb. Delicatessen Specials Lean Sliced POLISH HAM 790 Sliced AMERICAN CHEESE 89c ib. German or American POTATO SALAD 39c ib. Farm Fresh GRADE AA Wanzer's Half & Half Cream 29<pt SALE DATES: THURS., APRIL 1st thru SAT., APRIL 3rd ELECTION APRIL 20 WHO CARES ABOUT ZONING MORE RECREATION AREAS IMPROVING OUR BUSINESS DISTRICT "CURRAN CARES" Lot Him Prove It JEREMIAH JAMES CURRAN COMMISSIONER "New Morning" 1 hope that all of you who plan to fill out the entry blank that can be found at the bottom of this column, have been following • the pre-season baseball games.. As I said last week, this column ts sponsoring a simple contest involving pro-baseball. All you have to do Is fill out the form below (fill out as many as you like) with the names of the teams you think will come In flrst, second and third place in all four divisions. The winning blank will be the one that best matches the one the "Review" staff has assembled. All entry blanks must be received by April 19th at 5:00 p.m. The prizes will be autographed baseballs from the Cubs and Sox. Here are the teams listed In the order that they finished in last year. Alongside it Js their record-to-date in this year's pre-season. AMERICAN By John Griffin EAST 1. Baltimore 2. New York 3. Boston 4. Detroit 5. Cleveland 6. Washington EAST 1. Pittsburgh 2. Chicago 3. New York 4. St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 6. Montreal W. 10 7 9 11 10 10 W. 14 11 14 12 9 11 5 13 12 10 11 L. T 9 $ 11 12 10 1. Minnesota 2. Oakland 3. California 4. Kansas City 5. Milwaukee 6. Chicago w. To- 8 8 7 12 15 NATIONAL WEST W._ I.Cincinnati -10 2. Los Angeles 11 3. San Francisco 14 4. Houston 12 5. Atlanta 10 6. San Diego 8 L. 12 13 12 13 7 7 L. IF 6 8 10 12 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE East West 1... 2. 3. 1.2.- 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE East West 1.. 2.. 3. 1. 2. 3. A ffends 8fh Annual Conference MISS JEANNE O'CONNOR Miss Jeanne O'Connor and Mrs.. Barbara Bush of the Forest Park Public Schools attended the 8th International Conference of the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities (ACLD) held March 18, 19 and 20 in Chicago, Illinois at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. More than 5,000 educators, parents, doctors, psychologists and social workers from across the nation attended the conference to discuss learning disabilities, the fastest growing Interest area in the field of special education. Topics covered in a wide- ranged series of talks, workshops and panel discussions in- MRS. BARBARA BUSH eluded the genetic aspects of learning disabilities, problems in early identification of learning disorders, public and private school programs for children with learning disabilities, drug therapy in the classroom teacher training methods and federal programs. The Association for Children with Learning Disabilities is a non-profit, federated organization dedicated to advancing the education and well-being of children with learning disabilities. It has over 20,000 members with some 300 state and local affiliates in the United States and the Virgin'Islands.