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   Review and Forest Parker (Newspaper) - August 20, 1942, Forest Park, Illinois                                THE REVIEW FOREST BARKER Subscription Per Town Per Year FOREST AUGUST 1942 PRICE FIVE CENTS Council to Collect From Deadbedts Furft Park wait on record Monday llnKIVMW and Forest Parkers irminil ihii shoiiUI be donr aUmt tin Water Hill If loMmnsMiiirr I ninen bcrp had had way alxmt it paper would hivc the in this is howivei in the Imal analysis it ua dit nlnl that mr would he taken hy lluannuil This us11 MI M IVM Tom ollis win i f ill HUT Berliners attention to the fat t tin matter hrcii made puhlii Un people of Forest Park expfrted at GmirmsMoiuT Mrrliner i nipli men ted the news pa pe r the I 111 hand Hnp of the Imt he i deride what would he tin t manner in Which In milt it the quints that in n would work a hardhip h the innocent would tin iMiilty Coiiimissionct UanncnberK wa emphatu in his demand that the I should be He MT n reason for any me had not paid their bill fur two vi l mil missioner t elated thai tin County publishes the delinquent tax list each year as well as the delinquent spe cial assessment so litrould ee m reason why the dtliiunifnt watrt hill IIM should tint be published I Hoffman was in tavni nf m fact in some cases he said that ii might bf a the wain should bf shut However he was in favor of sitting duu n with the nuiu il and working out a plan of iullet ll publishing the list wmld do it he would favor Tinwhole muiictl agreed that it certainly not fair to the tax paying citizens of Forest ljnk to have a list of over 00 dead heat1i m niv ovei Money li he nrj pay hilts and lit Ip the They also tin le chosiil rrMardtfss itHn lutinsulny Doll Show At Park Friday Uull hetld this evening at thf ill Australia Notice i is t the re idcllls if thil the watei will he shut 0 IM Iiidav im August l hiluccn Ihe hums ill I S I tin niiduiK ihirinu ilnise lill iheir Links 1011 WIIKI Il Watei Superintendent Ralph son of and John 521 is in Australia Recently his mother received a letter from a lady in Australia who reported that she had met Ralph whiffhe was She said that he had many visitors and was not lonely while in the The letter also told how much the Austral ians like the Yankee soldiers who are This is an example of the fine hospitality our boys in the land down under are meet ing up Womens Club Aids War Effort Iaik mans lull under tin m y Mis Kalph ini unci atnlatl their Kiln tim lluirderal nlfl s that be rctMsteted in every i iiimunitv during tins week Viihintect uclc chaise nl the tslalr i Hires ui ie In hums Tie iiAt nitills Mr ii llu lull manned lln luitssHry tl lill I I l 1 I II I vCI line ii mi nv n m M in unil in I 1 I i Hie spn n dial ill win the i HIM nli In Arkansas IM Is IIIAV st iiiiil ill i al the m i IlllV Minute Men to Have Old Fashioned Picnic This Sunday td Id fashionid basket punic is in the M n and sweelheaits and ihildien on Sunday at 1ulleitou in Kivcr All a member has do ibinii alulL Ins UK niberslnp and lice Inkets will be jiven I hull luck Kolh and Murrey Jacobs an handling the lice tickets If you dont want to take ihe Harlem avenue bus marked River irovs Ilillerlon and I hatcher avenue walk lie block west Arnold Zars Is Now a Corporal Stamp 8 Good for 5 Stainii No K will li tin live ui stiflar fur tinnil week heKinninu August I liTs order been issued hy of Iriir Ihiis housewives and havr hren nti tthat stamps No i 7 i xpirc mi the and can not t td ultci that date 10 Men Leave for August 29 I m in I It will the iimy indui crntrr mm Hi Mid N Ii nixl Salniduy nun In tu lunilrd it tin Iliiy art 112 1Vrdinand Arnold con of and 507 Circle was recently appointed a He is in the Tank Destroyer battalion and was just transferred from Fort Washington to Camp Hood in He has been in the service since Septem ber and a half time as nuns wi re hi months ol this in u i II I Kaiulnlph n I i t Jiiikiln avrnur I in I I I ilham lenln J4 Klgm ave Ink Iml I 11 7MI7 Vine sit eel km i 1 Heloil avr line I 7N24 Madison Iaik Hannah Iaik I 7JIXI Harrison street William Van Hehm avenue Edward Toner Is Flying for Navy f son of Mr and Mis WI was omitted from tlie list of Imys wh lelt lor tiainuiR in the Navy Air I Landlords Must File This Form INSIKUCmONS landlord it required to register each rental dwelling whether occupied or vacant A dwelling unit ii a room or a group of or which A ajngte rent ie Complete thfa Restoration Statement in remove and mail or bring the three COPICT to the Area Rent Die extra in for icctioni if If the dwellina unit oas not rented at any time during the period between January and July an mum Legal Rent must be made on Form of to thh dwelling unlt 2 Hfeads Are Better Than One They Say t W al that tin e ant Russell ll M I v I i ate huat ii I a In ll I and I I Issue List of Block Wardens By Ronald Grimm I I Ihe I t I have all i and Ids will a I watchcis It is the dntv I I 111 hi to condiii t llu dnimi a and an laid ovei hv llusi men m the k week II Ihe had hiin msli II and ill if hi did and 11 H thai illu i it n I in I1 h u ilh inloi in him v ii want his and will if he advises I are iinle Ihe leaileishlp I a I I Districts are divided Ihe same as llu voting precincts enable you to lo cale ycjur Block we reprinl tin of call him am he will help you locate your oif prettiest costume youll see the cream nf the crbp from each Colleeton of dolls that some of the yotmiier i iiizeu of our town have made will he displayed of one must not net tin special event of the pnvue fall fashions or hubchl and sub deb doll as shown hy a few niin of Judges for the Doll Mum he Mi Frank Mcdirk of the I Nursery Mrs Ralph piesidcm rf the Womans Walter pleident tin FieldStevenson and Mrs of the Tonkin Milhncrv Nielsen will t descrihinn eaci hit This event will hi inn I the many of the happy times had by tin children of Kcrest Iark IIplaj Krounds for this year The inn and Kecteaiioii Hoanl has en live u presenting many phais in upiniMain trips to bin leaKllf llie lield Mil bike and natuie man terms of all contests and tournamentll has cn depvored lo emouraKc respect public and aspiriilK talent thimiijh thes activities and the leadeis i pla To keep children happy and huy during their is vilalK necessary in these times and is a pi i niary objective f the Summertime is passing bin activities hddreii and adults will tillue during fall and winter The Ilay and Recreation promise rMuugll to suit the varied interests ol the is upon to and swings into the fall season with a lull program by the first oi October Its Corporal Now SECTION MAXIMUM LEGAL RENT Read carefully and nil in every item which applies to thU dwelling unlt Kent on March tper week f per month Not rented on March but rented at any time between January and February Date laat rented during that twomonth period Rent on that date t week per month Not rented at any time between January and March but rented before July Check one box f a Ownei or vacant between January and March b Newly conttructed without priority ratingT c Newly constructed with priority If item 6 muit alao be filled in Date fall rented after March Rent on that date week per month Dwelling unit made available by a change which resulted in an increaM or decreaw in the number ul duelling after March but before July Date first rented after such t nu Rent on that date tper week per month Substantially changed after March but before July Check one bon a From unfurnished to fully b From fully furnished to c By a MAJOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT as distinguished from ordinary men and Date brst rented after such change Rent on that date per week per month Dwelling unit newly constructed with a priority rating from the United States or any agency approved by agency granting priority t per week per month THE MAXIMUM LEGAL RENT FOR THIS DWELLING UNIT IS p week per month Enter Maximum Legal Rent in accordance with the following a II only one o thr above llerot apptfet lo thU dwelling unit the Madmiim Legal Rent la the rent Filtered for that b U mnre inan one nl UK above Iterai apply to tbla dwelling unit the Maximum Legal Rent la Ilir rent reported lui moat recent dale except In the oiltem cl If hem 6 appliet ID ihli dwelling unit Ihe Mulmnm Legal Rent lithe lower nlttu two renta entered In Item I and Hem 6 cl If hem 6 appliet ID ihli dwelling unit Ihe Mulmnm Legal Rent lithe lower nlttu two renta entered In Ite Nottilfanyoneol the Information required l The iraloi may at any itme order a decnaat In the Mailmum Legal Rent determined under llema 4 01 Ihegrnundathat the rent Ithlglier tlian the rent generally prevailing for comparable boualng accommodation n Moiui 4 01 Section B See Note Section 7 If Item 4 or S of Section C was filled set forth in specific detail the type and cost if a New construction c A change from unfurnished to fully furnished b A change in the number of dwelling units d A major capital improvement SECTION EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES INCUJDBD IN THE RENT ON MARCH 1941 If any one of the Items 2 to 9 of Section C apply to thladwcllliig unit check Equipment and IncTijaed In the rent on the moat recent date voa entered In Section C t i EQUIPMENT Furniture Running Water Hot Water Flush Toilet Bathroom Central Heating HeatinR Stove Electricity Installed Cooking Stove N If any squioment it explain below SERVICES Yes No Garage Heat or Heating Kuel Cooking Fuel Cold Water Hot Water Light Ice or Refrigeration Janitor Service Garbage Disposal Painting Dccorat Interior Repairs Exterior Repairs List any other services ing t I fui all equipment ami indicated above now included in the rent Yes No Fdresf District 208 Circh Forest Dinlrict 302 Circle ave Forest Jitlrirt Ma rctiRO lorest District lletman Adams Fine t IMJ K I I Ii in v Km in isl M Distill t Fied Hull I I7li I ifl I 111 l I I I n v M7 I l Dlslrii t I I MIII I I HUM t I 1 Ii K i i i di M Meet I I 71 I Di HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES im I IMIH i I I si 111 Kll Mjl KLY WITH YOUR HOMK IOWN BUDDIES 7JI i Oak III id I I IHI I ll No Action On Bruns AMilitaryPoliceman John son of and 447 answers to corporal He la at Fort Bragg in North He haa been in the for two The here is ihe lie that landloids in Forest must file with the ClncaK rent by Seiitelllhel I Blanks are available al J2 slieet I all in wiite tor same lllsti ions on out tin form jre HCtUied 1 Type or irint carefully thm a clear impression he made Tl form is in the second ar third copies beinji made by carbons If the unit is vacant at the tune put the vacant aite name o tenant in tion M A rcgistraliun form hie leach mill in a For ex an owner a 12apai tment uildinK must fill out Include and janitor oi i tipied If you are chargmti Mo more than Ihe rent on March fill in items 1 and checU the services and nienl under section your name and vou arc If yon are chaiKiuK or any less than the rent on March low carefully instructions in items J lo f Item 7 must be filled m on reKtstralion The maxim lejtal renl or the dwelling unit is the lent charged on Maich regard make i U I01 tils h oi to have tin hum III Ii Ih has been h leave alul in W A R N I N O I lie rent lor dwelling unit on and sfltr July un tie nj mure tlian the Maximum Legal Kent coteied in Ssoilun Item A fainfUlemenl on or an evaplonor attempted evjuon u Ibe Maalniiim Rent Rejulatlon may lublect KOU to B line or itnpriaonmenl lor one t HEHKHY RRPRiTSKNT ttul all watementi and en tiici given hereun true and Signature of Undlord or Ua Ajuil iintal The hillowmi wordniK should be en lei 111 the blank space in jectUili K I he maxunnm rent has been pursuant lo an order of the are rent tor II a pre ol adjustment II Sinn Ihe examine i h vim lo make sure all three cmpies are read i viilem e tion i remove the and mail all ate three copies lo the I area rent iKiicd In the land I 222 Adat street Do not ll I nee d ent told the form 12 After the registration staiement has been examined and verified hy the the landlords copy will re turned ll must be produced on rle i item inand uf an new George son Martin 540 a military policeman serving someplace He been in the army since uilh a h jiliudid opportun ity to become ulth the funda mentals f ihe luisiun And tills pait If its intciithed stieiiKlhen the spnilual St cliutih is plcsentillK to the public nnnihel nf hicefiil relifiiouH Bounl a sims of timely Biblical Ihe services are conducted and bttfin ut 8 I i u snuiid films to he shown md hidelivered art Iowti of Why I idad In be an iieater Iuwer Why I l dad be a iin the Knad to I Ant to be a 1 unit I Salvation Why 1 Mad to be u Bible Keadll l ei lain I Am dlad lo he a Witness ol I hrisl Si s I ntheran church is locattd lie block ixirth of Madison dedieuted to umumpru ahy l and riis It invitutlun to all who of MI with a Christian l evatlin lis aie held at I In 111 in The Sunday at and Hi II I lie Sunday at a m hall and 9 the soull side 1037 Marengo   

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