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ROUDAYLo
By David Besne
Editor & Publivinet
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LARGE ASSORTMFNT
,
,
The HAWAIIan Caper
all
the
othr local newspaINrs glosed
over 'N1lea' oUlclals }lawaUan caper. the Lerner
nv/epapers may have been playing a little gane
INDOOROUTDOOR .
ZW FAMETER
or sKI OF 50
MINIATURE
ASSTREE
ORNMENTS
ClIR1STMÁS
LAMPSI3"
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M!NIATURE LIóIÍT
:. GIFT
REPLACEMENT
WRAP
SET OF 55
DOUBLE TWINKLE
TREE LIGHT SETS
BULBS
1'.18Ea
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Choose$nta or snowman
Wlthbu!bUL Approved.
our'lnterest.
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TINY SPARKLING LIT
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HARD or MIXED
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ROI E D
f,
20n216' FoU
it. was to be haodled most gingerly. Being the two
men ere friends. Harczah left 'the impression the
Story WAS belog played down In the Life Newspaper.
Thesday e received a note from nblIsher
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CHRISTMAS
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CANDY
For
20"xOOO" Fu5vr Or.
Cord of 5
CAROS
Reg.
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Lou Lefoer pointing to the Dec. 9 news ototy In
the LIfe aboot the ITip While we were pleased
5Ea.
sTraditioÍ greetings,
Rog..4tçt/58
Oar
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c11IRRIES
PINE TREE
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CHOCOLATE
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president, ICen Kay, 7514 Kirk,
secretary, Dora Cramarossa,
7015 Oleander, treasurer, Dlaoa
SzymanShl, 7459 Malford, ngt.at-arms. Viad Bagel, 7807 Oleander, PublicitY, Joan Murray, 7441
Mulford. entertainment, '- Mike
Poescinl, 7447 Mulford, chairman
of the board, Bob MUrray.
These officers Invite cornmcta. suggestions or informa-
dan which hertains to tine Village of Nibs aoci In particular
to the JTCA area bounded by
Howard, Oriole,
Milwaukee. '
Oabtoo and
FOR
Pire Chief Al HoelbI announced
NUes l'ire Department received
5es 151k consecutisre first place
award for fire prevention for
communities in the Chicago
metropolItan area. Nllen in 00w In
dann 2 (communities between
30.000 to 60.000). HoelbI repas'ted LieutenantGordsnMicbaelaon
Fred Banlello, owner of property at 9069 Maryland, was un-
animously rejected by the village board. after receivIng an
okay from the ZonIng iioard. In
bis bld to build two homes on
hin property which has 100 foot
frontage. Walter Krause, 9034 -
was most renponstble fer the
bora there w ho conended they
aided in recoiving the award.
large lots. and now objected to
the proposal to baild bornes on
publishing of the material which
moved to the area because of the
and be was praIsed for bis outstanding J ob, amidst applauso
halves at the 100 foot lot.
from
the audience.
'
In other actions Niles trustees
turned- down one roquent Toen.day for the building of two homes
BasidIo citad a similar ysoject on other lots but was told
the previous okay wan given be--
cause it was a hardship cane,
Mayos' Blase said the Board
Is receptive to the community's
on a 100 font lot, requested a
second petition for rental anit3
Io the congested GreenwoodDempater area be ameliorated
Interents and the trustees then
requeat for 904 apártments in
In a oecnnd action Edward
over-turie4 a previous 3 to 1'
with oeigbbors. and announced a
zoning-board approval.
theuzningorpògated area at MIIwaukee and Central will be heard
Walsh, iv., 8160 Davis, desIred
In the Corning Weekn,
the
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to build rentalaniss onGreanwoodContinued on Page 22
aine East's- Varsit Basketbai1-
Hawaii junket whoo the next e1ctlon rolls
"The Mayot of Schiller Parh said he thinks tao
mach taxpayer money Is being sjnentfor the conves-
- DELICIOUS
tien.
-WOMENS
'Wtagree with them both,"
tIsis Lerner editetial was goad enoogh far
the residents in Melgase Park and Northiake we
wandered why.It did not appear here in "Lifeland"
as welI.Certalnly In 'Rugleiand" no BogIe staffera
would dare soft pedal a stor because they were
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riend2y with yseblic officials. And my, my, my. can
you Imagine 'the-Bug8e publIsher calling up a xIblic
-officIal ' -and-saying "Rich" or "Nick"dr "Hey
bUddy, how shosild we play this staryl"
Cantlnued on' Paga 22
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1.
Maine Eant's - varsity baskeeball etaff. (Froab,
to r.) Manager.jfm Fry, Russ Andersen. Dan
Schmld. Rich Leddy, Bob -Weidner. Jim-, Cromar,
Doug Mnnrad, and Bnb Lloyd. (Back I to r )
Trainer JIm Rendrlx, aseintant coach Andy Russe
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Maryland. npohe for many neigh-
around.
Reg.97
C.
Artiticial..greefl plastic
Complete with stand.
Awnnand Plaza, 7501 Mulford, vice
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In the editorial pagea of The Life there Wasn't
any mention of the officials' junheEs In "Lifeland"
even though Llzicolnnvond and NIles had ao overabundance of officials in HawaIi. Nut lo and hehold. another Lerner newspaINr, The Timea, had
a very atroog editorial, which hit hard at officials
In Narthlake and Melrose Park, who went to Hawaii
on the taxpayers money. Quating from this editorial
it Staten: " At any rate, we thlnnis the piblic In being
taken fôr a ride wheo the hulk of village goveroment Jurne on a piene armed with exln5e mnoey
and first glass dcketo
. "A Northiake trootee who dldnt go called the
exmnditfnr nothing short ' ei 'steallog from the
mople.' Añd he Said voters will not forget about
.00RDIAL
6FT. SCOTCH
Josqil TerraceCivic AsSocia. don held its annual election-disnor Oct. 22, at 1.one Tree Inn.
Because of their accomplish,mento, the incumbent officers
were re-elected to another term
of office. They are: Prenidenit.
the storywas printed, even though it was one week
after it was first p.nblished In The Bugle, we hecame aware how newspalwrs cus play "footsieS'
with their Xriénds, the polltIcOans
13.80
Room size, in colors.
Latex wattle backinq
Harczak, who displayed an ex-
amount of lather over our stories about
the tree ride takn at taxpayers expense, told us
'Lerner ' bad galled him about the story, implyIng
.
4tog.78
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INDOOR -OOJr000R
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ROLLS
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CHRISTMAS
Reg.
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of political footsie with the local nls wAtch bears
20 ' wIDjRda:oF
JTÇA Elects
ew ' Officers
Wins Fire Prevention Award Again
' ' Greg Maloney, Blu Cantanzo, Mark Bondesoa, Rich
. Schumacher, Mike Faden, Keith Las'son,headcoacb
,, "nul MäClelländ. and manager- Carey Biabas'. Net
fired Mike McDonnell and Kent Henrichsen.
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.Biige.Thjday,December16. 1971
:. Art Club Stuffs... Toys or. Hospitâl
Oaktoø Junior College Se
Ofl Cammwilty CòIlege èx-
essed appreciation to the UILnoia Junior College Board at its
Dec. 10, meetIng for its Novein-
ber approval of a 105 acov site
adjacent to Maryblil Cemetery
in Nibs for the college cgmlmsi
Selection of that olio evolved
amount to be fitinnced locally by
the band Issue and the affect on
diStrIct property taxes cannot be
determIned sOlIta perchase price
fpr the land has beenestabllshed,
SPeech Team Results
Over nearly two years of study
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The MaIne East sieeelt team
hod Ito most successful week of
competition is five members of
thé team placed flout or second
Junior Collego Board clears the
way for a hoed issue referendum
Dyane Karp of Morton Grove
i4aced second In dramatic interpretation, ColLi Karp and Dave
to finance a lermaneot amIsto
for Oakton College. A dote for
the referendum has not been set,
though late February, 1972 Is the
tentative target.
Total cost of the campis, the
at the Thororidge tournament on
Nov, 20.
PURE PORK
Novak, both of Morbo Grove,
Were fIrst in duet acting, andin
extemporan000s speaking joel
The Niles Fire Deportment,
Ing recognized for theIr leadershlp in the fireflghting field,
established another "first°' re-
in GLENVIEW, ILL.
andjind a little bit oJ.5th Ave. lind Michigan Ave.
rolled into one deliciously Feminine shop?
The very. newest Incosmetics and
to be shown exactly bow co apply
it, to make a more beautiful you.
.
3suti..
The exact touch in elegance of
accesoorles, fIrst in fashion for
you.
3JMi,..
l'hat Perfect gift, for your home
or someone special.
And when everyone alAs you-
" Where didyonfind it?" Ton will
Ç;
at
lO!il(UtJ '1O9t1(L
Why don't you just drop In and have an tlAuoual cup of coffee
.
with us. Come In and relax & browse.
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'feonIonoI FIre Chief's
. Fire EngIneerIng, Ralph Browne,
an expert In alternators, reg-
Io able to. be performed by on
duty fIre Personnel. The school
was so well received that s cl-
The course covers ill daases
of treatment Including fractures,
childbirth, burns, artIficIal reopirados. shock and' the hxtrica..
lion of victims from auto acridents. lnstructoro are choosen
from a list of the leading ex..
ports, matly of them medical
GRAND
OPENING
FACTORY PRICE
professors at. the leading, med-
.- leal collegen.
Chief Hoelhl sold' 1cm impur..
toot that Hilen fIrefighters keep
up with the latest developments
in this fIeld enpoclally since the
deparment has been a pioneer
in operatIng and emergency am- '
balance nervino in the northwest
suburban oreo.
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At a special ididion of 'the'
Artistic Italian people have
Board
como to Nues to show the
residents the best of Italian
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Monday evening, Dec. 6, E.
art. Ugo Fiore has received ¡% 207
Hoy McConnell, 1710 Glenvlew
3 Gold Medals for his work
ave., Park Ridge, was appointed
as an artist and Interior
to membership on the board as
Decorator.
a replacement for Wesley Hart,
mIl, NUes, who renlgued efec..
lIve Dec. 1, McConnell will serve
out the remaInIng four menthe of
HarmeD's term.
A former member of the DIs-
el' trict 207 hoard, McConnell Is
LAMPS-STATUES-FOUNTAINS-MARBLE ETC.
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Township High School Diotrict
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weU qualified for the appointment, having had- cons1derabe
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board pzocediire
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MONTREAL'
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(quarter
finals); Thursday, Dec. 30 from
6 to 7 p.m. (semI_finals); Sunday, JAn. 2 - 4 p.m. 9rd and 4th
place); Sunday, Jau. 2 - 5 p.m.
(5th grade cheerleading); Sunday,
Jan. 2 - 6:30 p.m. (lot and 2nd
place).
Chairmen Larry Skaja and Stan
.
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Hinkt stated tels wlli be one of
the ler.geat tournaments In the
ares with an entry of 48 teamo.
Refreshments will be 'served,
Grand Knight Charles O'Grady
Informs us that In additionto the
regular llaphies awarded to the
Ç
. 8-16 OZ. BTLS.
PIZZA
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REG. 1.79
B
PORTUGESE
winners there wifi be special
awards for the cheerleaders.
Come and see In action these
,
Quart
lure Stars of tomorrow.'
pabIlo relations chalrahan and
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William P. Wuehrmann, president of the board, commented;
"We are extremely pleased thot
RANGES
S&LE DATES;
THURS. DEc. .!6
able to complete thé laut
to WED. DEC.22
from the towuablp and was on-
mnths of his tarin in office.
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FRENCH WINE
$'39 flOs
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'$11
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Mr. McConnell will take on this
the hoard, especially at thIs d11
ficult' period wbeq the board io
faced withsomaaiyflnancial prob
lems. Wewiil certin)y welcome
the educational leadership he will
provide."
' Macbell, whom McConnell will
re:place, was compleilsg his sixth
oar on the board when ho moved
FIFTH
LB.
CALIFORNIA
respoilbiUty aoci rejoiio os on
s,
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MEISTER BRAU
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ALMONDS
chairman of the important educolion conimittees,
In speaking of fappofltt5oenl
FIFTH
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QUART-
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WALNUTS
huard president, vice, plAsldent,
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NO RET,
BTLS.
6 to 9 p.m.; Wednesday, Dec.
29 from 6 to 9 p,m
fifth
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For 8th grade: Saturday, Dec.'
15 from I p.m to S p.m.; Sonday, Dec. 26 from I p,afl to 8
p.m.; Monday, Doc. 27 from 6
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VODKA
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Appointed 'to list. 201 ' Board
BEST
%SHOP
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2 - 2 p.m. (1st and 2nd place).'
WANZER
LO FAT
CANS 7
again ' sponsor theIr fIfth annual
01enero and electrical accessorleo, sod Kenneth Hoffman, of the, 'ed In 1963.
Hale Fixe Pomp company,
More than 170 firefighters and
According to NUco Fire Chief ambulance attendants from the
Albert L, Hoelbl, the course co- Midwest participothd. in what has
vered all phases of mechanicsl become one of the most promIsrepair and mninteoonce of fIre ont uornisoro In the emergency
apparatus. Thin, according to
first aid field In the nation, lt
Chief Hoelhl, representa a oub
Is now presented twice each year
stantlal savings to village hod- because of the great demand for
geta because much el the work ' its Information.
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TOMATOS
PEAR SHAPE
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and Michael , Riley, attended the NUes. For 7th grade students the
11th Annual Advanced Practical tourname9t will be played on the
Course on Emergency Aid and followIng days: Sunday. Dec. 19
Transportation of. the Critically from 1 p,rn. to 8 p.m.; Monday,
Ill and Injured. during a four Dec. 20 from 6 to 9 i.rn. (quit'day course given at the Chicago cor finals); Thesday, Dec. 21 ,
Fire Academy.
7 to' 8 p.m.; Sunday. Jau. 2 This brings to 36 the number 12:30 p.m. (3rd, and, 4th place);
of Nibs firefighters to attend Sunday, Jane 2 1:30 p.m. (7th
this school which was qutabllok- grade cheerleading); Sunday, jan.
1ALb.
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TERESA CALIF.
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At the same time, two NUes Holiday Tourumnent at St. John
fIrefighters, Thomas Marcotte Brebeuf gym, .8200 N. Harlem,
In the maintenance field, such
as Hugh Walker, columnist for
lALIAN ARTIST
COMPANY
a
$125
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ROAST BEEF
IREE GRAVY
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alus even attended. Because of
American
theI enthusiasm shows, Chief
North
Martws
Hostel saId, the school will be Knights of Columbus Council will
corne an annual affair,
AssoCiotlon, The classes we rn
conducted by recognized leadoro
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tureo'swhlcb producosfiee appsr-
cently when they hooted the first
fIre department mechanics setotear held In the state of Illinois,
TIW two-deyechool,whichdrew
60 fire mechanics from 30 towns
aa far away an Normal and Waubegan woo sponsored by the Ill10010
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villsn mechanic for one of the
nation's largest.truck msnufac-
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ITALIAN
LAROSA.
Tou,°izament
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MAMA MINELLI'S OWN
CHEESE
KC's Spönsor
Nues Firemen Host
Mechanics Seminar
Ian't ii oxciting to stroll into the
ARCADE ofthe TAlISMAN VILLAGE at
2640 GOlF RD., (Space #147)
That important item of sleepwear
for that IinportantNlgbt, when you
want to look your most allurIng.
stuffed anImals to be donated to Lutheran General hospital.
WHOLE
FALBO'S
or
MILD
Maine East Art club members (1,-r.) Wanayliorn Benjawan of
Des Plaines, John Cichon et Des Plaines, LaurIe Engwàli of Des
Plaines, Sue Barakat of NUes, and Pat Jager oftolleswork on
BUTTS
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We are introducing ourse1vs to you.
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LevItt and Jim Fry, both of Morton Grove, were first and second
respectively.
7OoitI.
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USDA U.S.D.A. CHOICE
BONELESS
.2YeNeIIA Om
HOT
HELLO
MANY UNADVERTISED BUYSIIN ALL DEPTS.
By Joel LevIs
by the collegeS a number of concerned citizens and profeosional
real estate advisors. Approval by
th Illinois Junior College Board
of tldssiteconffrzns the thoroughfleos with which that choice was
reached.
The action of the. Illinois
cembéi 6, 1971
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tiutbla "Play Bike" with. blue
Mondays Dec. 13---
frame andobromo fenders.
Bike reportedtakenfrom Ballard Skating rink bike rack. Des.crIbad as Schwinn 5 speed "Man-
.....Mflwaukeo ave. pasmy altop
reported burglary of cash from
cash regluter nd a desk dra*er
by porsons unknown komethne
ta Ray' with green frame and
chrome fenders.
durIng the night.
....Ambulance calIto7649OIean-
Ambulance call to Golf Mill
restaurdot to wairopoit 75 year
der to
ansport l.ols Harrison
to Lutheran General HOSdt.1 In
in health.
old Evanston woman to Lutheran
Coterai Hospital in In health.
.....Mutor Vehicle Accident at
Intersection of Dempeter and
Shermer involving vehicles of
Dianne Order. 9ll Oketo. Mor-
&mday. Dec. 12--.....Elmore st. resident reported
wafer coining into her basement
through the foundation. Public
Works notified.
tonGrove and Mary Roddy, 9446
Oriole, Morton Grove.
Ozanam ave. resident repro'-
ted damage to his peoperty by
mbniance can to Golf Mill
person(s) unknown. Someone had
Shopydng center to icansport Agnes AndernontoLutheranGeneral
Hospita' suffering from nevero
chest
Rolling Meadows roan, age 33
driven an auto over the front
lawn of bis home damaging amapie Gee.
Motor Vehiclo Accident at
7229 Lili Involving auto driven
by Nicholas Constantino, 7064
was removed from s Milwaukee
ave. restaurant after manager
complaIned man fell asleep and
Bike taken from rack at Ballard Skating rink. Boy's 20" Col-
tire tiant of the two front wheels
felony bond hearing covering the
charges.
.....Ottawa ave. resident roper-
unknown person(s) had removed
side of bis home.
the hoed from bis 1969 chevy
Camaro while it wan parked In
7530 Oakton involving vehlcleJ
front of bis residence.
...,.Motor Vehicle Atcident at
Motor Vehicle Accident at
ei William Uteder. 9024 Luna.
Murtos Grove and Charles Le
Sage of Park Ridge. Leedor
wan charged with drrdng while
Intoxicated. failure to display
freni plate and toe fast fer con-
8216 Osceola, Hiles.
.....Nordlca ave. mother called
poInte to report her two children
taurant reported a man drinking liquor in 145 car while per-
were lucked In the bathroom. Requested assistance gaining entry.
ked In their parking lot. OffIcers
found an Arlington Heights resident drinking orange juice. «sn't
Entry was gained by Nitos l'ire
Department.
clifton ave. resident raparted a kitten stuck in the engine
that what they mete make screwdrivers???)
compartment of her parked auto.
Officers attempted to apprehend
the animai with negative resulta.
Vehicle had an electric hood release. Complainant was advised
to wait until her husband arrived
home and could open the hood.
.....Lutheran General Hsnpltsl
11am Herne, 7522 Redete, Hiles
a dog bite victim. He was Wit-
who wan bitten by a dog owned
by Girarlos Ugel. 8212 Harlem.
Nies.
.....Motor Vehicle Accident at
KIlO Ballard Involving sotes del-
Kitten ctuld then be removed.
(One question - how did ft get
im. there la the fIrst place???)
Potter, Des PlaInes and Lorette
...,.Motor Vehicle Accident at
ven by Margit Kennedy, 9123
BUGLE NEWSPAPERS
Lihurt. 9314 Marmors, Morton
intersection äf Sheroner and Wau-
Grove.
.....Moter Vehicle Accident
in
involving autos of UJliam Dean,
Vol. 15 No. 26, December 16, 1971
7158 NUes. Nues andElalimehiur-
9042 .N. Ceurtland Ave.. Nues, IlL 60648
Phone: 966-3900-l-4
Lyons st. reoldeot reported
a bike left in front of his home.
ray. 7006 Pranke. Hiles.
20" beys Schwinn Stingray. blue
frame. Bike broughtto station and
Inventoried.
.....Mnbulance call to 8602 Mad-
Published Weekly on Thursday
Mail Subitription Price - $3.75 Per Year
al ordering from shortness of
Publisher
Gen-rol Manager
Business Mânager
.Newa Editor
Production Dept. Mgr.
Reporter
Classified Advertising
Display Advertising
Circulation
Diane Miller
Barbara Morris
Art Schnell.
Bob Wagner
27 year old Hiles resident
brought to station after he was
found sleeping in an auto with
the rooter running. Subject was
charged with impeoper mufliera
- on auto and driving on revoked
license. Bond set at $1.000.
FrIday, Dec.10 - - Three Stmeamweod. illinois
residents brought to station aiter being appeehended while attempting to make perchases In
a Golf Mill deportment store with
a bad credit- tard. One man was
released without charge and the
Production Deportment Staff
/
Mary Ann Manear!
Valerie Barris
;
Gloria Streng
Ariette Zoelflth ,/
Thurnday Dec. 9--.....Ambuiance call to iSOlGriole
te transport Mary Jane Newman
to Lutheran General Hospital ai-
ter ehe fell and cut hering on
a broken bottle In her home.
'floe bucket anata reported
stolen from an aula which was
parked in a Milwaukee ave.
Servies otation. Owner bad left
vehicle there for transmission
work.
Armed robbery reported at
Goodma» Gallery In Golf Mill
Shopping center. $237 In cash
wan taken. Detective bureau Investlgating.
HOLIDAYS
year.
GLAD-HAND SOMEBODY
.
With more and more traffic
evers about how you can't get
there from hado. Tell a motorIst precisely how to reach his
A
a
, LA
o DINNERWARE
CHINA . CRYSTAL
D FLATWARE
IP YOU DON't SMOKE,
START
D PUNCH BOWLS
SILVER-CRYSTAl,
D CHAFING DISHES
SILVER-CRYSTAL- BRASS
L
D
SEÍWING EQUIPMENT
D BEVERAGE SERVICE
SILVER SERVICE
DIABLES OLINENS
COFFEE MAKERS
D FOOD WARMERS
DCHAIRSDPOR,TABLE BAR
COMPLETEJJNE OF ENTERTAINMENT.EQIJIPMENT 4
A to -Z RENTAL CEN
7457 Na Milwaukee Ave.
R
NILES, IwNois
Phone
647-8284
£99
BRANDY
Ln===emnpl
'89
FIFTH
FIFTH
?N'T
lemas? Beat tbeni to the pmnch.
Give you scrap papers to a
worthy cause. Bundle your trash
for the garbaa oman. If Wo seme-
thing he can t collect, call for
Priday pickup.
If everione stopped burning,
we 'might all get a misty 'soling
that's not from the aunes bere.
PLANT A TREE, OR RAISE THE
C. or
R.
Deesnt it seem a shmne that
communities need laws to make
citizens stop burning trash and
DIET-RITE
COLA
cam SARK
8;69
When planta bi'eethe.theecolo-
gIste toil us, t!mey help people
breaRe.
theea offer shade,
the no.
reason
is in the
bottlet
decoration, even wood if itcomeo
to that. In contro all they ask Is
a little attention and goma leaf
raking. So fer a few dollars you
it
later along ovin everybody.
And :do.t
there Isn't room
fer trees and plante. One un-
exploited neutre of apace Is on
the roofs efbuildlngslothocitieo.
If every buildIng took up dvantage of its reef space fer some
trees. or flowers
even a few
maybe everybody
bere. If, en a single deys everyorme of those bends picked up a
discarded can, smashed itandpit
it In a proper receptacle for dispenal. thinkhow mechIfico Christ-
mas It would be for the land-
scape. You even cao carry that
kind of a gift into the country-
OLD
risi of the year? (And We don't
mean having the lights up until
Pebrtmary.) Give thai dirty car
at the curb a scrubbing; Wash
your windows. Hose downthe front
step. When the glitter of Christ-
mas in gone, you'd be surnd
how the gleam of cleanliness cao
IELL
489
FIFTH
CHICAGO
POTATO CHIPS
GIANT
TWIN
P1(0.
BOX
C
6120 BROADWAY
3383167
N lLES
8800 tI. MILWAUKEE AVE.
BOOK
MATCH ES
10
827-5509
OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to i O P.M.
FRI. & SAT. 9 AM. to i i P.M.
I
RETSI NA
or
RODITIS
SUNDAY 'TIL io
and holly are gone, sense atOen-
WE RES'ERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT ALL SALE
Hiles like the girl so pretty she
ITEMS AND CORRECT ALL PRINTING ERRORS
doesn't need makeup.
QUART
hiLaditiI
HOME OF )IRAZY LOW PRICES
brighten a city. Afteralithe lighta
tine by everybody could make
FIFTH
86 Proof
Regular or Decanter
too,
O,K. so you're decorating for
the holidays, making everything
bright and clean, How about ike
299
io
FITZGERALD
way crews will consider itaholl. GET ALL WASHED UP
GIN
5
breaks from wind and storm,
cas plant ene somewhere and dig
FLEISCHMANN'S
.
ROOF
side
some highway berms are
begging for attention and the high-
D GLASSWARE
SILVER
.
I
k
DI AMBUIE ¿$
It'll make you feel good, too.
one who gets up In the world,
b
A
QTS.
An
CHRISTIAN
BROTHERS
never forget.
RE.UNIONS
a
L
the time. take him there. It vto
give him a feeling for Hiles he'll
the many, many people who work
ANPÍIVERSARIES
DRY
destInation. if you happen to have
CLUB GROUPS WEDDINGS
s ÓRADUATIONS
100's 339
CANADA
a tinsel personality by helping
tourists. Hover mind those eme.
,
4ed
you can help give the community
TAKE ACMI TliCRUNCH
There are more than 6,000
hands in HIlen - not including
MEETINGS
Sfteeas4i
suspect there may be a crime
in progress. report it. Wheyoo
It's a helgiul way to give oil
Ir!t
_
2
REG. 3
VERMOUTH
nomebedywbo leeks likehemight
need help. offer it. Next inne yoo
see a need, however small. effet
to fIll it You'd be Surprised how
many people are eagerforahely.
Ing band.
ji
i
CIGARET
DUVAL
.
while. too. Next time you see
vegetables
s BIRTHDAYS
6PACK
who do the little things. kn easy
to be one of those and worin..
would breathe easier. And think
how pretty we'd look for every-
PARTY'RENTAL HEADQUARTERS
STYLE
But there are plenty of oil-rs
-
breath and dirty spoIls.
jeanette VonHoffen.
Phyllis Weinberg
Motor Vehicle Accident at
Milwaukee
Waukegan Involving autos driven by Joseph Lenrioni. 7628 1/2 Milwaukee, N11e6
and Arnold Mueller. 7055 Keenny,
Iseo to nansport Herold Swanson to Lutheran Generai Hospit- Hiles.
Second Clase Postage PaId at chicago. Ill.
David Besser
Robert DeiPrate
Rae Beaser
kegan Involving vehicles of Edward Frito. 7604 Soffield, Morton Grove and Gerald Bell, 7125
Greenleaf. Hiles.
Ambulante call to 6638 Albien to transport Sogirie Henal
to Lutheran General hospital In
ill health.
irking let at 7780 Milwaukee
PØEI
mountains to get projects doto.
7640 MaIn Involving autos dciven by Gary Gbrzi*t. 7455 Main,
Niles and Muriel McAndrew of
dltions.
.....Mllwaukee ave. drive in res-
Nilea.
GET INVOLVED POR A MIft.
Darol ci. resident reported ' UtE
'l'here are people who move
ted the theft of fIve stringe of
Glirlstmao lights from the out-
isirse reported tlteywereueathmg
Wilmette resident reported
the iresIdlng judgeforsettlngeia
unknown at this inne.
ii
LIQU ORS
BELl
HOME OFNRÀZE PRICES
OLD
Your City
band and wife were taken before
from bis auto while parked la
ting lot. Value
the Golf Mill
Main. NUes and the parked auto
of James Burrestia, 7229 Uil,
he could net awaken him, Subject
-waa Intoxicated.
Ctive
otIlar two 500Jecta Who rendimos-
iiili
The Bugle,
Things You
Ofithe NILEspOLICE BLOfl'ER:
IJiiÌi
J
QUART
SALE DATES:
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THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN., DEC. 16-17.-8-V
Th#BUgie,Thuraday, December ló 1911
e OSChildrthsYtlle Party Saturday
e:;'DBcembav 16,1971
Mod ffica:t ion
...
You,. NE
CHI
of Mâi-né's
meyer, Nitos, (who will be Santa
in disguise): Adam Dachman,
NUes; Carmas Cosario, Morton
Grove, honorary life member of
Members oftheboard of Ednthe Niles Democratic Organiza- catign of Maine Townabip High
Uon. Bock row (I. to r.) rom Scheel District 207. at a ope..
Flynn. Ribes, candidato for State cia) session called Monday eveSenator (4th Snitatorial DIstrict); fling. Dec. 6, to canvass the bal.
Sam Bruno, Niles, post Chair- ints nf che dIstrict's Dec. 4 Ednmao of the Board, NOno Demo- cadenel Fund referendummcratic Organization; Nick Con- -. pressed profound disappoincroenc
standen, Chairman of the Board. at the defeat ei the referendum
NIMi Democratic Organization; and stated their very real con.
Education
Mrs. Norman Dachman (Mulicent), NiIes, Pfeoideot of the
Nibs Regular Depiocrauc Or-
Come in and present
this ad and receive
cern fer the educatinn program
of the foot Maine high schools.
The Board had aaked for a 27
ganizatioo; andNormaoDachman,
a free gift!
increase in Eduçationa5 Fond tax
levy ceiling, from $1.63 ta $1.90
Niles, P,R.Dlrectorforthe Maine
Township Regular Democratic
Tie KitS
por $100 of assessed valuation.
Votera rejected the proposed Is.
Organization.
.
1fl5
BUY
ONE PAIR OF GLASSES
AT REGULAR PRI
2 isr5°°
Not pictured (members of the
more than two ta one.
theater party) are co-chairmen crease
"By
their
Strong 'na' vete last
Mrs. Veda Kooffmao and Peter Saturday, citizens
of Maine Town..
Penale. (Presiden; of the Maine
Township Regular Democratic
Organization); committee mom-
Happiness Is a gift from Santa.
Committeeman of Maine Town..
shin andtheNiles Regularileni.
Ocratic Organization will opon-
and the children pictured above
typify the spirit of the holiday
season. On Dec. 18, 9:30 n.m..
at the Golf Mill TheaterS Nibs,
Nicholas
Blase,
Democratic
-
ser their annual Chibdren's
Christmas Theater Party. There
will be movies, cartoons, door
a and a gift for every child
from Santa.
son; Norman Katz; Mrs. Bernice
Ree; and Chris O'Brien.
For ticket information cali
Front row (L to r.) Nicholas
696-1676.
our ocheals, In each doparttnenc
in each activity, in all aporations
throoghouc the system, that will
nat be allowed ta climb hlgher'
In the el#ction 8,476 persona
voted against the proposed tax
increase and 4,130 persons In
favor of it. The total vote cast
Ccl. Andrew Miller, Unified Commander, Ciicogo Area Council, will
cu the ribbon that
wfll nitiate the week of December 17th through December 24 to honor the Salvation Army.
FREE PRIZES
Drawings Daily 17th thru 24th
Trip To Lao Vegas For 2
Including Air Fare
And Hotel
(Merchanto Asooc.)
Drawings Daily 11th thru 24th
Trip To Lao Vegos For 2
Including Air Fare
And Hotel
12 WINNERS - Each winning can
of Sandahi Mens Hair Spray
(House of Capelli)
THE
Shop)
i
Ptogt.m.
BOOTH
MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL
I
Wash & Set (Hair St,l
in9 S Wig talon)
HALF
WAY
HOUSE
LIGHT
CENTER
CAMP
WONDERLAND
CHRISTMAS
KET!LES
EMERGENCY.
PROJECT
TOY
CANTEEN
DAY
NURSERY
FAMILY
SERVICE
PROJECT
VISION
CARE
LIFT
THE DEMPSTER-GREENWOOD PLAZA
Dempster Plaza State Bank
Dotktor Pet Center
Doron's Stag Shop
Fabric World
Franks Shoes
Hair Styling A WISaIon
ASSOCIATION OF MERCHANTS
Roland Des Plslne3
AND PROFESSIONALS
Employment Service
Sentiments S Sweets
WISH YOU THE
Stereo Trend
Si. George s The Dragon
BEST OF THE
HOLIDAY
Health Profesilonals
.
.
-
Hello World Travel
House of Capelli
Just Bags L Acces.
.
Kiddy Nato, Inc.
Lampen Jewelers
Penny Brown
r:ekardlred free, ev
1000 sanpi,
sen
Doron's e__e_:::Aniuw..
C
'IETTER VISION
OPTICIANS
8680 Dempster, Nues
'ta&;
880$ Dempster.West end.
itely till 9 P.M,..Sat./Ssn. till 5 F.M.
Other imatlosa
Weadioidshepploa Cird,e.SáeT5
lntOIAsSbii8OskPak
MASTER & BANKAMERICARD
WELCOME
°S(A6 SHOP
como. These are:
1) ContInue to work fer parity
itt state support of Isihlic educa-
BUGLE PUBLICATION
EXTENDS A VERY
tiun for dual school districts,
ConOnnt co work f9r logis-lation providing more state and
federal support of public educetins.
Instruct the administration
to continue makingatudies si pos-sibie changea In oporationa (re-
as is necessary to provide
EMERGENCY
LODGE
in stock. Flocks, foils, hand.
prints, vinyls. biggest savings
ever.
the .st diean.mt penes en w*e.
MBR/AM
MERRY CHRISTMAS
.
apiOng in reductions In costs)
HARBC't.
OFF ON ALL
WALLPAPER
Board member Roy O. Makela,
.
-Set of Stereo Headphonos (Stereo Trend)
Frames and Extras Addfttanal.
Hiles, suggested several action
items for the board In Its con.
tinning search for additional In-
S $5.00 neck ties. (Dorso Stag
Willen Speiche (Fabric World) Preoldom
at the As,00laeeo, Lt. Col. Mille, m.d tu.
idam Foo. Optoteodot. Ch.hma,, of the
FREE
chete were 2,479 "ito" votes
coat, againat 1.087 "yes".voces.
in precinct ft2 at Maine North
High school, Dea Plaines, the
veto Was 544 "no," against 405
"yes." In precinct #3 ht Maine
East High sch9ol, Park Ridge,
the vate was 2,091 "no".and 844
"yea." Precinct #4 at Maine
Sooth High ochool, Perk Ridge,
registered 3,362 'n0" votes and
1,794 "yen" votes.
(Merchants Assocj
- .p5ER
DOUGHNUT
DAY
WOR L.D
Went High ochnol in Dea Plaines,
FREE PRiZES
Lw,ogF.bdeS&ei,e. ¡OCOImgOhOd
bRi-c
was 12,644, with 38 spoiled balluts. In precinct #1 at Maine.
Musicians will serenade 3 to 4 p.m. on the 17th & 24th.
I
30 COIiI for buttons
budget. Our sizeablo deficit most
Lt.
Io WINNERS - Each winning a fabric cutting
board (Fabric World)
.
OFF ON
NOTIONS
enable us te achieve a balanced
.
5 WINNERS - Each winning 5 Eisenhower Silver Dollars (Dempoter Plaza State Bank)
:10 WINNERS - Each winning a
sirand of mat-made pearls
: (Lampert)
-
that must ho made in each of.
SANTA-LAND OF THE IDEMPSTER-GREENWOOD PLAZA
.
OF LENSES
president of the
gram..We are aoklngthe adminia...
traUen co recommend changes
JOIN US DECEMBER
17TH 3 P.Ma
I
.
SECOND PAIR
board. "Unhappily, thorefore we
have no choice hot to modify
Maine's excellenteducation pro-
George Hall; Mrs. Diane Han-
Blase, candidate for Congreso
(10th Congressional District);
Teppi Dochman, Nitos; Ed Weh-
GET
aMp have clearly indicated their
unwillingness to tax themselves
further," comme.ted William P.
bers
are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wuehrmasn,
Benson;
Mrs. Rose Focinato;
Pagel
-
AND.
HOLIDAY SEASON
a
balanced budget for school year
1972-73. Repnrn.a nf atedies to be
made to the board; studiet to Induda breakdown hynchool, by de..
partment, and by nctivlcy, with
recommendotjo as tu priority.
lnatructthe sdminlstrationiz
finalizo their study and recors.
mendatlono for changes in reitti.
bursoment for use nf district fa..
duties by outside organizations,
Including the Adult Evening
school.
Study the psssthliitles for
making boundaries of elementary
districts feeding into the Moine
High Schools cocerminous with
the high schont boundaries.
BegIn studies of the merits
of the twelvn month school year.
TOTHE
DEMPSTER PLAZA
MERCHANTS
ASSOCIATION
APEX
-.
BLANK
CASSETTES
C-6
p.' p.."- d,obIe 'enpseoy. laden
roondltip Im, so United Aitlisen, lao..
ion, hst,I ocenn,modotlnno. Iugnw.
h.ndllnn. In. unlimited nell. beokint
doilyfr.n, cnt o mr.
Call 297-5610
Pend for Chtistn'n, cf
-ç
IstiplO ç
M S1R
Motor
Fuel Tax
Illinois musicipaliifes
t-
HELLO WORLD TRAVEL. INC.
W950.erpee Rd./NII,s606481 ISIS)
have
been aitocateti $8.032,226 as titeir
share nf the mötor fuel ca, poid
Into the state treasury during
2loVember, PUblic Works Dicentor William F. Cellini announced
recently.
Included was Nitos, $27, 823.
Across from Lutheran General Hospital)
Dr. Edgar M. Fox, Optometrist
Ors. Aidons & Bonlamin Horbal, Dentists
5REGISTER WITH ANY MEMBER FOR FREE PRIZES*
-
Corneröf. Greenwood and Dempster Avenues
MPs
nes
14atø
F
t-
.$.
Simia. Thuredsy. I3aoeinb.r 16,011
IiÉ.:..
!?4om. Withheld " Ràjlies ío J.T.S. Protests Limiting
alelen 'antIke two ficht $aoe
1.0 M
Ballard Rink
lid. i In .wør to tie lit- tied idmuata.
Nues Youth ' Comrnissiovr.
Zn
following
die
local
newet from l%y1llillirIoI.DlrscSkating
t4 Ui. j.rion ThUtcil papere In tite dha, I have yet
Soctely. dendgng the Nilsi Tal- to lee tite hat of winners. Ac- To whom lt May concerna,
States Her Side....'. : .'inordluug to the tileud chow peo«* Show.
Enriched YOO Will fled a br.'
I im 'NIITba Withholdu. Fhi
I would Ilk. to etit. that t hid
my nitne Withhold for fair al
ralalhal al any gri*idchll-
wi,
not .
cOfldly. my grandohildOen
luye neyer entered any
c000ott
end0 I repent, nor would I allow
them to enter the "co-called
I would lIke to atete that I
Nilee Talent Content."
hive never made any Itoni calli
to anyone In the jefferion lita-
itricel Society. NUca Youth Cornunlaelno0 or the heuud-Ideked juS-
gea. In Mcc. Palereon'e letter
ehe mentioned that he indolentbere of the Jolfereon Thentrlcal
Society received 000nylnooc end
threeteutlng Ithous calli of oli-
lenire, which only prreeo that
many peoplo who ettonded the
tilont chow felt It wee unfair
alter wltneooing the judgea do-
gram I umdera000d diet the way-
or of Niieewuauppoietoprieett
the ¡rile money to the wiumere
diuca on the Ballard ice Skating
To the Itareon who did Itat
Come on, Mcc. Petarson. even
Prick SIneW. could not hive won
if he wan one of tite conteotant8l
Name Withiwid Picco.
they get there. and please note
the hsuro open to the public.
Ballard Park Rink tlsru my taxes,
puy an admlsolon pelee should I
desire to skate there. p1si tito
fact the hours ore duringtho timo
mItt t In addition. help to finance
the otite wits con afford to pay
for the Hockey Team plus those
who con afineS to pay for skating
lessons?
Thie Is for ALL In Nitos. Who
the price too high to maintain them? What a laugh after
all the tours opone on the gosf
IAW
5 I'-il
multiplos
lI 0/
5 i2 ¡O
of
Deposit
of
with the Park Gist. spendNawlesniak
6810 Oakton Ct.
NUes
in eStanco.
InSettO
paid
Minimum deposit 51.000.00 for
one year. Additional amounts in
$100.00 multiples only. Interest
5%
pofd in cash on day of daposit
on collected fundt only.
1 I N REGLJLARSAVINGS
I
4 ¿'2w'
Dets and withdrawalscan be
¡O amOunt
at eny time
in any
For Complete Savings Account lnfornuation Call
674.4400 or See Mrs. Jacobs on the Main floor.
Each occeest fully lAterOS op se $21,000 by the
LOBBY BANKING HOURS
Me,.The..
Th,es.
Fridey
ana .m.2ntp,si.
8:30 n:O0 p.m.
500 p.m8OO p.m.
mOp.
8rearn.Noeo
.-----.-- ST.
ÛAKTUN
skoKIE. lu.. 60076
312/674-4400
c;Lt*et
BIRTHDAY
ANNIVERSARY
WEDDING
GRADUATION
CHRISTMAS
other selections available
soon
CONFIRMATION
ALL OCCASION'
NEW ARRIVAL
1 mIle west of Harlem
BRIDAL SHOWER
BAR MITZVAH
2626 GOLF. Rd. GLENVIEW
Created with you in mind, here is a specially designed combination
card and check which comes with an attractive matching envelope.
THURS. DEC. 6 THRU WED. DEC. 22
$59
$99
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FIFTH
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.
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229
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SAI9
Come in today and put an end to your gift and car.d shopping worries
by letting us do your shopping for you. . . with this new and most
unique gift for all special occasions - "THE GIFTCHECK".
.
24-2 oz. CANS
CANADA DRY
GINGER ALE
CLUB SODA
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$00
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NR BTLS.
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FIGURINE &ART CENTER
an Association devoted to security
LgBtI. WE MtT MAIcE RO.i POR MdNYIliEW
rrnnts.
SPEcIAL SELLThIO OF LAMPS
(ttTntOlfr SHADES) AT OUR FINISHED SST.
HARVEY'S
BRISTOLCREAM
98
SOUTHERN $
COMFORT
GAL
FOderol Deposit tssomsce Corparsitiort.
SKOKIE TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
GIFT OF ALL....
SHOPPING CENTER
quarter.
INSTANT INTEREST
APPRECIATED
Culions
ALlS AN
PAY LESS- GET MORE t
Passbook
Minimum deposit
of deposit. Additional depotits
at any tìm. Withdrawals in any
amount ai-Or the first 90 days
denng the firti 10 days of any
GnooinWt Traffic Safely
CoordinatIng Commftteo
h000mor Richard D. StUoie.
'?'; *: ;
3 Bins. east of Golf Mill
lstg MY money
Account
$500.00. Interest paid from date
WITH THE MOST.
iiI iii uiuinois.
2640'GOLF RD.
An irate taxpayer fed up
FOR 90 DAYS
Bonus
Golden
5%
orive Atoll
729-5252
TALISMAN VILLAGE
Ballard Rink..
or more in $10000
yelt al tIme.
HEALTHFUL LIVINGiNC.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
FOR ONE YEAR
Certificate
I'
REASON
REMEMBER YOURS
FREE FOR THE ASKING
VITAMIN MINERAL USAGE CHART
deprived of, an open skating rink?
FOR TWO YEARS
ceititicute of Dopotit of
Si3O00ßO or more in $10000
, Don't raed your mip while
ddving. If you're loso. atop
a mInuta. lt could cava you
w HIGH PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS
Why must we in the Nico Park
plat. and tIse other S parks be
EARN MAXIMUM I1'TTEREST.
they modo at Crennan Hoighm
gym plus the additional ainauot
WITH BANK SAFETY & CEPWTAINT'? 'they
now need to enclose the
WHATEVER THE
1ffiDI$ WffiC $AFEIY MUT
FEATURING
..ORGAN$C MEATS
e COMPLETE VITAMIN SELECTION
w FRESH WHOLE GRAIN BREADS
the children aro in school. Or
Is
"iÌPii
-
SEASON
HEALTH FOODS
Am I supposed to finance the
Is kidding whom?
'
Beverly M. Finaudes
g541 Sherman rd.
not see any of tisa acts before the
show. The gentleman In charge df
tito show spentcountlesseveisings
papere. To top that off, how will
WHATEVER THE
believe that we ere all that way.
t-
Ballard flanco on us. the tasi-
FOR YOU!
done with finad chavea lead youth
I bave been onthe CommIssion.
we have hid aeviral telent ahora
, and s great many other campetidve eventc.inthlcvillago.Never
Ic0050 they are tryisig to pech the
SÄVINS WORK
.
the Dec. 2 liane of 'rite Sapin,
worthyeneughwalgn.
My nani. le Beverly M. Fin'into. and lam iYouthCommhSatoner, During the a years that
ior 16 yoeso. My children were children In the Village, Including
eMe to go aketing there right if-. those childrønottheventottß cootter ochool. I do not wich my missionen and tho Jefferson
chIldren to belong on the Hockey Theatrical SocIety. The drawing
e
e
Team. nor do I wIth them to for ono of the peines was hold
Old you mor think
d ito sto take ckatlzsg lofions at a FEE. pewcticafly under your note. The
duty wheut you wean hatter off than Yet my children are deprived of judges chose tito acta that they
the Penn Cenci?
a okating rInk Ils 01W perk be- thought ware the best andtheydid
MAKE YOUR.
e*y
ft te a siR' that yasir lanada-
'consider their letter 1OIbIIebed In
'baa there ever been any of the
tattico that
.uñder
'Sont used in our competitions.
141 a fee to enter?
This contest wan open to all
I live In the NIco Perk area
.
tesos to put on e peogram that
wee fair and thatrverbodywould
'To Naine Withheld.
Sock milled to each realdantIn
Nilo..
Will you pluie alote the
on ceutiber i, W.eycur Mayor bouta the rink Ii opened to the
too embarreued aleo?
piblic - 28 In .11. Eutemple In reediuig hire. Sotenoon'e let- Mon. 2-5. Thea. .04 'Iliune. 11
torj I cannot inideiltind how abc ajas. to I p.nt.. Wed. 2:30-6.
cell defend a talent unteit that Frl. k to 4
etc.
wie unquectionibly unfair. Cet..
will
you
plico.
tell une how
tainly, e talc conteet ahould not anyone can une thea.
fecllittel
have the euperviclog methan
thtrW
thoee
houro
No.
1 they
chIldren participating. Utdortu- are in echool. No. 2 they
are
stately the talent cont.at not only working. Tiste le what Pmbelng
cheitod the louera but aleo the taxed for pivo the fact I muet
edumere..
I
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CARD AND
PARTY SHOP
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The 8ug1e Thuraday December 16 1971
Page 10
St. John Brebeuf Holy Name Church & Temple. News Notes
CONGREGATION BETH AMI
ÑWSiC
Congregation flèth Ami, 9006 be players from the Chicago
Suhsrbas Jewish
Northwest
N. Waukegan rd., Morton Grove.
will conduct Friday evening sent.
Congregados wiil conduct sor-
vices at 8:15 p.m. Dec. 17 at
which time Rabbi Lawreoce H.
Chantey's Sorteos will be 'BrIng
Forth the Mighty Man." Also that
evening will he theDecembnr Asniveroary Celebrants who will
host the Onog Shabhath. Saturday
morning cc 9:15 a.m. oerviceo.
Alec, son of Mr. sod Mrs. Mar-
vices on Dec. 17. All services
start promtply at 8:15 pm. and
parents are encouraged to brIng
their children to the services In
-the-S5magegize at 9006 N. Washegen rd. Mi Oseg Shahbat will
follow and everyone Is welcome
co attend.
Congregation
Ini Lobed-s. will he Bar Mitzvah.
At 4 p.m., during Mische Msay-
Beth
and Mrs. BeojamlnGoldutelo. will
be Bar Mitzvah.
Chaoskah Party to be held for
L to r.: Cy Mauer (Preeldent of the Holy Name), Frank Morvay, Syl D'Agontlno Jim Skaja, Bill Berg, Don Workos, Bob 01sen, and Rev. James Close.
First Baptist
Church
at 10:30 a.m. and 1:45 p.m.
Hebrew and Nursery school
joyful time of music, song and
pageant at this Christmas soasAs.
The program presented by the
Sunday School young yesple miii
feature a little children's hand,
JUST THE THINS TO
WEAR AROUND THE
HOUSE
A State Farm Homeowners
Policy. It's the low-cost
package policy that pro
vides broader coverage for
your home and belongings
and for you, in caseot lawsuits. Yet, all this protection
isyouraata ratethat's 15%
to 25% lowerthan the same
coverage would
cost under sepa-
rate policies. Get
a pageant by the JUnIOrS and a
play wIth projetted slides by the
teenagers - all centered arosod
an old - fasbionad decorated
Christmas tree.
Pastor McMasss welcomes ali
PUI;
all the factscall
me today!
FRANK
PARKINSON
7745 MILWAUKEE
NILES, ILL. 60648
PHONE: Y07.5 545
STAT! FARM FIRZ ono cosoAtn cOMPANY
Ro
OflIOt IL. uNCOOl! uii,
tS
Care for bables and toddlers
is provided at oil seroicea.
caliate for the service and the
theme will be cesteredarnuod the
journey of mss from the creation
to the ChristloTon Lessons. Titis
year the lansoos mili be read as
choral readings by a group of
yooth and adoits belog coached
by Terri Doremos. They are:
Donna Bell. Jase Miller, Rvelyn
ChrIstensen, Terri Doremos, G.
Victor Malo, DonoldNelson, Janet
Laroes, Diana Olson, Cathy Shur-
non, Barbara Raymond, Steven
Miller and Dan Boyh. Also at
the services the Sosday Church
School children will rticlpate
Is a almcial way to enhance theIr
sense of tho significance of
Chrlsta coming. The community
io encouraged to participate is
this stellar Advent event.
III
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lu
8:30 p.m. A special
Levy. son of Mr. and
Des Plaines. will observe
Bar Mitzvah Shabbst Chano-
kalt; Dec. 18. 9:10 a.m. Martin
Levy lo preuloenc of the Sysagugue.
The monthlyMen'a CIti!' Break-
will meet Monday, Dec. 20 at
7;SO p.m. at the church.
J
.gynt.nanlum
in Nulas.
Chet Coppock, the hostef Chan-
nel 44's "5105cc Rap" miff serva
of the achool. The
doors open at 6:45 p.m. sod admission In only $1 for children
under 13 and women. and only
$1,75 for everyone else. There
will be door prizes, autograjd
and refreahmants for a1Li.
Christmas Seal Decorations
Puppet Theatre
quarterly.
yzes and surveys husmeos of
tito Holy Name sponsors annually)
well au hilarious evening at the
last meeting of tite lioly Name
men wan Bill Berg. Berg, whn
MilCounter. The response of patrons replaced theretiring Howard
driVe1er On WON'S afternoon
will also help.
23, spoke
Standard and Door's make its time show lost Aug. as
well as
on
almost
every
topic
decision as to whether to cooreminiscing
his
education
it St.
floue publishing the reports Is
(Winona.
MicoMary's college
the hound form.
Also Included In the preview nesota) with several alumni who
Name,
edition Is the Encyclopedia of aro members of the iloly
American Industry. which anal- lt was also Ladles' Nito (which
ted on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, and those sold Over the
"Youth: American-Style" (junior
"The Magic Nutcracker:' by
the Coiemon Puppet Theatre,
will be presented by the Friends
of NUes Public Library, Is con-
much-loved Tchaikovsky music.
high) group will meet at the
Inciso). 7401 Gaktos st., wiU
its s holiday treat for all chil-
church and then go caroling at
pren9ot their annual Christmas
'offemIng" during both the 9:30
deco.
the homes of shut-ins,
Activities during the week of
Dec. 20 wiB Include: Tuesday,
.
and il a,m. worship services.
The Pastor. Rev, D. Douglas
borts prepared a buffet for all.
SEE HEINRICH JOERN
FOR YOUR
FINEST SELECTION
OF
CHRISTMAS
TREES
8325 N. CUMBERLAND
NILES
( on Cumberland between Oakton
8 Dempster in Nues)
Ticketu are free, but only ticbets for the 2 p.m. performance
825-2535
are available at che Lthrary.
.7:50 p.m. - Board of Deacons:
Salean, will speak on the deeper
moaning of Christmas. Care for
toddlers through 2-year-oldo wuli
and Corno Mazucca and his co-
1300 companies under major Indssllial categories, such as
.
marionettes, colorful costumes
and ocenas, and of course. the
st. John Brebeuf
Providing an enlightening as
with music byTchaikovoky. This
perennial favorite is dramatized
by the Colemass with charming
meatat9:30 a.m.
That evening. at 7 p.m., the
Comes to
companies whose 500cko are 110-
Hoffmann and the ballet of lvannv
Os Sunday, Dec. 19. the cornblood Choirs of the Nibs Cornmusity church (United Preoby-
Berg
they will give their reactIons to
the service and the new format.
Such reactions will help the Lihrary- determine patron use of,
and demand for, information on
at tules
.
the librarian know how they feel
about It.
The preview neto are now
available In the Library's Reference Room. As patrons use
theae reports, lt Is hopad that
Library
Nues Community
Wednesday, 7 p.m. - high school
"drop-in:" Thursday. 7 p.m. -
Junior Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m.
Church school
daunen for 4-year-rids through
be
discussion.
Reservations may be made by
contacting the department of nutritino at Lutheran General, This
is another community service offared by the hospital.
llar loose-leaf Stock Reperto in-
to a bound net te be pabliohed
based os a tale by E. T. A,
- . Senior Choir rehearsal; and
Friday, 7:30 p.m. - family
provided.
eighth graders wIll be held at
$,
li pm. - traditional candle-
9:S0..a.m.. and for 3-year-olds
through eighth graders at bi a.m.
light
Eve service.
Christmas
(There will he no services on
Ghristman Day).
Congregation
Adas Shalom
Congregation Adas Shalom wili
Tree decorations made with Christmas SealS ar illustrated
hare by Eileen Calabrone, the daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
P. Calabrese, 7217 W. Emerson, and a seventh grade student at
the Saint Isaac Jeguon nchool. The festive chain of scab and the
osnamentalbafl covered with rings of seals were created by Mrs.
Frank Novak, 7217 W. Wilson terr., the Morton Greve Christmas
Seal campaign chairman.
_
.
Holly Miller Wins
Sewing Contesi
hold a Chanuicab Party Sunday.
Dec. 19 at 2 p.m. Is the ayos-
gogos, 6945 W. Demputer, Morcon Grove. A Chanokah program
will be presented by the Sunday
school classes. Everyone Is In-.
s'linO and there will be refresh..
iIfl
tI!
'
'I
Ing Monday, bec. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
In the uynagogue 6945 W. Damp-
ster,
Adult Etlucatlon classes are
mento and gifts for all the chudiwn. Donations at the dour are
50f.
Regular Fr(day evening sect.
vices are held in the synagogue
starting at 8:30 p.m. followed
by an Oneg Shabbath with RabbI
Is-ving Schreler officiating. Saiurday morning services begIn at
9:30 a.rn.
The Adas Shalom women's
group will hold its monthly meet-
national recognition. Holly Mil-
1er from NBes, who has been
condocted on Tuesday nights ac
7:30 and 9 p.m. and nos-menthers are invited to attend.
sewing for only two years.. was
selected as a semi-finalist in the
Singer Company's annual rom-
day. Dec. 28 attheNortownThea-
days for two in San Francisco,
all expenses paid, and $600 Is
Some tickets are still available for the movie pasty Tuas-
petition. Her prizes - seven
tre. The luraeli award wotnIng
cash.
flInt,- °Fiyiog Matchmaker" will
be shown. Donations are $2.50
and for reservations, please call
Mo-s. Franks, 965-5741. A Chicago Bulls hankethali night will
par couple, Por information, call
Mrs. B1ustefn 967-7080. For
cuore details aboot Adas Shalom.
.t please call 965-3435. 967-5839
.
Still another Maine East
has j ust received
nofdtomore
or 987,.6920.
.
..
...
An additional prize, a Touait
and Sew machung was awarded ta
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Holly au a result of winning the
:
'
GERBILS
STARTER SETS
local area competition.
Each contentant was requIred
te design. new, and model a garmeat. Holl?5 entry was knicitera, a Vest of tweed-like poly-
'HAMSTERS
$3.95
ri
'GUINEA
PIGS
.
/1.
ester knit, and a body shirt.
"lt was really
5t IOtCth1S
Dinah Shore, who hooted the faultion show, and Sheri Lewis. who
was one of thejudges." remarked
Holly.
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
.
BIRDS
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOLIDAY
SEASON WITH A GIFT OF
oriented Christmas Eve service.
buffet supper, all for only $15
.
gurion Beth And'R annual Fontball Sports Night to he conducted
on Thursday, Dec. 16, in the
Gemini sçhool, 8955 Greenwood
tom," "Food Preparation and
paules or industries ara faring,
they arc Invited to come te the
Reference Room of the Morton
Grove Public Library, sae these
preview volumes and then let
test a new stock service. lt Is a
service incorporating the fami-
Dec. 27 at i p.m. and 2 p.m.
'The Magic Nutcracker" is
Includes 2 tickets, bus ride and a
s
Eating Away from Home." and
begin at 7 p.m. In the South
'IAI
.
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junction with the Nues Public
Library District, On Monday.
face i-beams. The fun evening
s
The entire communitylo invited
te attend this program which will
service). The community inicovited to participate.
Religious School vacation hegina this weeh. Classes wIB re-
Chicago Stadium when the Bulls
s
Is emcee of the program.
fasi with the Rabbi serles will
be Sunday, Dec. 19, 10 a-m.
(following the 9 a.m. religious
be held Saturday, Jan,j2 at the
:
Jack Cdacan005, George Far..
mer, Dus Shy, and Bill Staley
of the Chicago Bears, will be
the featured guests at Congre-
instructional materials. Parsons
registering for the classes must
attend all four sessions.
Among the topics covered are
°Medlcai Aspecto and DiabetIc
Emergencies," "Introduction te
Diet and Diabetic Exchange Sys-
-
MartIn Levy, 9144 Home
I '7
A' GRADE - ist QUALITY
4'XS'
of Lutheran General.
There Is a $1S charge to cover
Je-
The Inquirers Group for hIgh
school students and adults will
MO
cotation regarding memberohip,
their Jewish edocation.
aervfce will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Lutheran Church öf Resurrection
the chsrch's flea choirs will prosesc special anthems and carols.
There will be sreclal instrumeo-
have to he os the medical staff
fIrst graders on the occasion of
H.INU ..H
stand the Bthle."
sosa.' This bas always bees a
significant event io the life of
the coogregation. All three of
mides a great variety of religious
have approval from hIs personal
physician to attend the classes,
although the physician does not
sume Sunday, Jan.2.-
instruction lo "How to Under-
Riles, wlB celebrate Ito fifth asfluai "Carol Service is Tes Les-
The series will he taught by
clinical nutritionists and regiatered nurses on the staff of Litheran General. Each patient musc
Rabbi Jay Rarean sod Cantor
We InVIte eVeryone to come and
to hring the entire family.
- The Constitution Committee
sorvice of worship during the
13.
under 131s $1 and$l.7S foreveryone else.
Harry Solowiochih will officiate
at this aervice sod bless tho.
a.m4 Sooday morning service at
ii a.m., Wednésday evening
Prayer Servito at 7:30 p.m. and
On the Fourth Sonday in AdVent, Dec. 19, at two identical
services. 9 and 10:30 a,m. the
Lutheran Church of the ResorrecUso, a450 N. Shermer rd..
7:30 p.m. on Jas, S-6 and 12-
be presented by the youngsters.
tlful Candlelight ServIce. The
day. There will be so 9:10 a.m,
#
'Sj:si-cs Night" will be emceed by
llgl005 School, Friday evening.
00 Chriatmas Eve. Priday,
Dec. 24, we wIll celebrate the
Birth of nor Lord with s beau-
Plan to he with as on this sgeclal
the church. Sunday School at 9:45
and Bill Stalay. The Beth Ami
day School Department of the Re-
month of December.
On Sund-y, Dec. 19, at the li
a.m. service the children of St.
Loites United church nf Christ
Sunday school, Morton Drove,
will bring us a Siwcial ChrIstmas Program. This wlli be held
in lieu of a Christmas Pageant.
to attend the other servicea of
Bears foothall team: Jack Con.
program lsh000rof Chanokahwill
01 ,tR:i
The Morton Greva Public Aerospace, Banking. Electronics,
Library has been chums hyStan- Health Care, etc,
If petrosa haveinvestments and
and Poor's as one of six
Ridge. Classes will be held at dard
libraries In the hlcago area to want to determIne how the corn-
cannon, George Former, Don Shy
Dec. 17.
.l 1ttj
Stock Reports Available
at MG Library
.
A series of four classes for
cali Rich Siegel at 674-7487.
Maine Township Jewish Conwinter vacation begins Dec. 19 gregatios, aaoo Ballard rd.. Des
through Jan. 2, 1972 when achool Plaises. will condoct Its annual
resumes for Hebrew school and . Shalom Welcome Sprvlce honorNursery school on Jan. 5.
Ing the first graders of the Sea-
The Flrat Baptist church of
Niles, 7339 Waukegan rd., Invites
everyone to Join them on Dec. 19,
at 7:30 ii.m., for an old-fashioned,
Classes for
Diabetics
diabetics will he offered by Lstharan General hospital, Park
MTJC
the Nursery school on Dec. 17
Stars at
and andai activities. Por infor-
Thursday. Dec. 16. at the Gemini
school. 8955 Greenwood (at Ballard). Guests for the venIng will
clv services, Gary, son of Mr.
Bear.
CongregatIon Beth Ami pro-
Mol's
. 'flIO
ThaBugie, Thursday, December 16, 1971
Chat Coppock. host of Channel
44's "Spart Rap." The doors will
opes Ot 6:45 p.m. and admissIon
for all women íod au children
'Spertn Night" will he held
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The Bugle. Thursday. December 16. 1971
Remember when a capada, tiny-
cledinaman.a-..-.
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As thelr
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-Bròwnie Troop 514------e
Grove school In Morton Grove,
are Susan Baumaiin. Ad.ianse
Choylnoki, Puniere . Co«ozzae
icy beet to love God and my
Db! eu hear about tim Mother do
country. to help other people
Supecior who was overweight? She
atceun fattening food,.
every day" as they became a
part of Brownie Troop 514 in
WE DELIVER
Cooper. Jennifer Cruz,
Catherine Edmao, CheryiGreene,
Naocy Mau, Suoaii Nuoobaum,
Julie Payne, Tracy Singer, Amie
Stuermer and Margaret Toth.
Membero of the teoop who welcomed the new scouts are Holly
Anderoen, Theresa Mau, laadcia
McGrano. Michele Ryan, Down
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Shed
bj
J?
si ,i
an outdor InVeSÙtUre Ceremony
in St. Paul Woods.
The new- BOWsIeÌ. who attend
ád mothers junked
Amt there's the concehed broker on. thirteen little gina In newwith a blue chip on his shusider.
Brovénte uniformo promised. "to
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Receives Merit Award
elected Cub Master Erwin ICutochke shown on the left.
THE LEANING TOWER YMCA
ANNOUNCES -
Isaac Joguto in Hiles had eier11000 and formed néw patrols.
Senior Patrol Leader Is Bah
-
SKILL SCHOOL CLASSES
-TO BEGIN WEEK OF JANUARY 10TH
-
-Sa1 Tceee4e a#t
S4 a«d
o4e4 ae O6eed
eeaé
P«
the three patrols plansed and pce-
(Most Closse.s Open to Non-Members)
an Aunt. The Owls have-Jim Ras-
an Asot. The Seals Patrol has
Scott Minkley as Patrol Leader
and Ned CriSis so Mot.
Two Instructoro were appointed
and they are Tom Reiter and Joe
Threk.
Congratulations, ali. and may.
you have a asccesnfui yehr.
REMEMBER - 10 WEEK TERM BEGINS
WEEK OF JANUARY 10TH
-
F'OR INFORMATION ANEI BROCHURE CALL 647-8222 Ext. 5
- SERVICE DESK OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. To 9 p.m.
DAYI'I!1E BAEY SiTTING SERVICES AVAILABLE
-
s
.
-
bers weSt on a hayride at Fleet
Wing Farms in -Palatine. The
SPECIAL
much pleasure and the girls enjoyed singing songs along with
PR)NGLE PRICE
autumn
-
I Week Advance Registration Required)
-
served after which the dads were
entertained by their daughters. A
few lucky fathers weré winners
of door poises.
In hais October the troopmemcountryside
AND'
End-of-cycle ulgnnl
-
SERVI
-
Jumbo 30" diameter drum
interior light
Big up-front lint filter
Four fahric-téood drying
selections for Iroper drying
of every washable fabric
A
-
18. A family style dinner was
monoes as Leader and Eric Sutz
-
s
A Father-Daughter Dinner for
Junior Scouts attending St. Jahn
Breheuf was held at Bunker Hill
Country Club on Thursday. Nov.
trol Leader and Chris Milliard
J
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oaring.
and his- Mot s Joe Najost. Jim
Smith Is the Cobran Patrol Leader and his Asot. Is Dave Selbe.
Hawks have Steve Reider for Pa-
.
.
.
pared three memorable meals,
one nf which was made over an
opon fire. Two Senior Scouts,
Kathy Ontruska and Mary Han.
rahan added to the fus of titis
der In Jobs Daffy. Mat. lo Ed
fluffy. The Wolves have Steve
Coutre for tiWir Patrol Leader
I
I
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Font Traveler Badge. Each of,
Raven Pattai Leader is
FOR CHILDREN 4 MOS. TO 7 YRS. MEMBER REGISTRATION OPENS MONDAY - DECEMBER 13TH.
NON-MEMBER
REGISTRATION OPENS MONDAY - DECEMBER 20TH.
.
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fulfilled a requirement under the
Mark Swas000, Aunt. is Andy
Bayoco. The minou Patrol Lea-
SWIM AND GYM PROGRAM
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tripwas afh'emiiehllcewhich
Larry
The Mikeoka.
,1dat- - -
I
and 7. 06e of the highlights of the
Kolb and the quartermaster is
d«caee,«
Seoul-Dry cycles - one for
permanent press and one
-for regalar fabrico
campsite In G1eIIVIOW on Nov. 6
is Bili Stumpf, llbrarlan Is Norm
DELIVERY -
s Two Automatic
an overuightcampingUlpto Camp
AdaM,- an official Giri leste
dero are Tim Hayneo and John
1-linterhauser. Their now scribe
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pack for a total of 6 years, otordng as an asoistant to Mr. Wydrá who
started the pack 6 years ago. The award was presented by the newly
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On Der. 15. the Troop will resoling hoi dogs.
their annual Christmas
A bike to Miami Woods inearly
Party In the Church Hall.
Octohek- began the troop's flroç
In the meantime Happy Moli- outdoor activitleo of the year.
daya to one and ahi
The acotes hiked, joinedingameo,
Permanent-Prese oettlegn
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pared an outdoor meal.
Troop 595 welcomed dew
Brownie members -.. LoriBsyle,
Julie Meckert. Patty Kui* Donna
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Schaster and Nancy Stolz; and
cipated in a Rededication
ceremony at thefr first meeting
of the year. The girls Ut three
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Mra. John Shemrooke, troop-lea-
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Mrs. Jerome Duffy co-lenders.
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Last winter Capt. MunIt creen
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day canoe trip. aHallowaeni*rty.
an Indnor pool swimming party,
a ski trip to Alpine Valley, a day
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Dlsndct 207 students have the . their difficulties surrounding the
opportunity to participate t-group school, secta'. familial. or porcounseling sessions at each of the hopo crisis erie-ted situati005
such as drogo. etc.
fou! Maine schools.
Students, who either volunteer
Working with studente atMalne
East and Meine West is George to participate or are recoinIcrueger, Richard Panek counsels ineoded by a counselor, ineetwith
at Maine South, and Victor Gos- from 8-14 students, the assigned
tanza works with Maine North poychologist, a counselor, or
studente, with paychologistKrue- dean. The sessions rus for i 1/2
5er emphasloing that students periods weekly for one semester.
sign up for oit painting clauses
with the noted artist Norm Sie-
get. He will b&teaching oil paint-
Ing classes for beginners and
advanced students starting Jannary 13th. The classes are held
every Thursday evening from 8
to IO.
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contact Judy Czyzewicz at 9657023 or write to the Morton
Grove Art Guild P.O. Box 391,
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meet In the groupa to resolve
Morton Grove.
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terested. In parprmingIn the
bers from Skokie to Arlington
Inost welcome. The J.T.S, Is esin locating
pectally t-re5
It io the paychologists' feel-
Ing that with less available thun
to see students 00 an individual
basis the 555joo5 have been
quite successful. especially with.
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are really exchanging
cial problemnolviog acedO. We've
all seen positive, therapoutic
sessions began."
In addition to the group cousacting sessions, a diagnostic
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Ladies Night Friday A Saturday
Any Drink 50
changes, referral to an outside
ageoey, meeting with a regular
counseling greup in school, or a
upecial services program may
de ea4
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FOR THE KIDDIES
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s ecial!
Members of Moine Eaot'o Rid-
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dents participated in a maos cas-
unIty drill at Lutheran General
hospital on Nov. 23.
The simulated disaster - a
small airplane crashed into the
tenth floor dialog room of the
hospital - acted au a check os
the efficiency of the hospital staff
In an internal disaster situation.
The otudents participated as houpifaI employees asd visitoru.
HEL.DOVER
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y4oeat dinner include.: young, delicious rout tincey
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when the family sits down to a delicious turkey dinher from
Scat!da House. All things considered, dur take.home feaat
coste only JICflniEø mole than making it yourself. (Dare
we say our turkey is alo as delicious?) What Moie eavea
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Rounding out the list are the
following Park Ridge residentsJan Broostis, Rosanne Gonlz,
Petti Grippa, JoUe Hillebreod,
Scanda House turkey dinner*
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BONNIE
"GONE WITH
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yak, Denise Pizza, Sandy Ropaport, and Linda Weiss.
Nine students fremDes Plaines
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Greco, Sua Hohn, Sally Larson,
Diano Mickelotti, 1Gm Pappas,
Lisa Shooter, Jerry Siegol,
Jeanne Sill, aod Susan Troso,
From Morton Grove are Lori
Bender, Cindy Frontczak, Bob
RELAXING,
505m N. MILWAUKEE
MATINEE SHOWING
DEC.24
dr., Nileo, is a member of the
freahman class sow attending
Saint Mary's college, Wisnne,
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'PLAY MISTY FOR ME'
Joseph Stornello, 8435 W. Clara
YOUR DOG & CAT THIS CHRISTMAS
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Plus
Hiles are Pam Mains, Karen
St. Mary's Frosh
Wednesday at the Midwest Stables
to Dundee, Illinois.
!
CHERRY, HARRY
&
RAQUEL
BANANAS
the event width will last through..
out the afternoon.
PLUS
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WOODY ALLEN
table will also be available for
Mon. thru Fri. 6 A.M. to 2 AM.
SfAAo.
RatsdR
Santa will leave a Small gift
OPEN i DAYS AWEEK
IREMEMBER ed e2JUlt(
DEC. 24
Service Officer Dan Stanino
says the membership generally
VIXEN
Bernstein, Francise Bloom, Pam
Buttilere, Cocky Cohn, DenIse
Edelman, Donna Handzel, Jan
HolMio, Dave Sconce, and Mori-
/and TURNOVER
FFER ENDS
including hotel round.
HRLEM-DEMpSTEp
were Involved. They are Joan
Sat. & Sun,. NOON to 2 A.M.
Krader, attefded the Horse Sbnm
at the lnternatìonil Ampbitheater
on Dec. 4.
Sit-onto ride themselves each
candy, etc.
HOT CHOCOLATE
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Second Jr. Vice Cmdr. Jerry
Brice will sçve a special bolidoy repast after the meeting
MorTon Grove
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Melissa Milling, Luna Wells, and
Mary Lee Womack,
ing club, under the direction of
Mrs. Ethel Situons and Brios
or COFFEE
erial Home.
bao been in goodheaithfortueately. However, pootcommasder Bili
Kramer is at home recugerating
from surgery.
Frank Hubert.
He says opecialChrisionas movies for the youngoters will begin at 2 p.m. There wilibeakidu'
Mass Casualty Drill at Lutheran General
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Students Attend
Horse Show
FREE CANDY and SANTA RIITGS
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need it,
From these diagnostic oessiom
neyerai alternativeo may be suggestad by the poychologists to aid
the students. Academic program
THE
Shots ' Wormed - MCC
Chmp. Sired-Paper Trained
noon necessary testing is admin-
CHRISTMAS COOKIES
Roy R
LASAGNE
Page il
at 8 p.m. in the Legion Mers-
CLINT EP$TWOOD
The Safari
iodividual meetings with sto-
O(4 Sfteeid
ftace yaa
Weisman; seated Laura Laureys and Htlary Simonoon,
tenet refereed to the poycholo-
fron, 9-11 a.m. group meetings
are held, aod from 11 a.m. to 12
3 LB. BOX
to be added this year are, standing: Janet Rudipimeo and Wendy
B.B.O. RIBS
°EGG- PLANT PARMIGIANA
changes taking place since the
on CbrinBuao Each year the girls teim the tree In the Morton Grove
, Library with hand made decorations, Shown here making decorations
with students throughput the dis-
SPRINGELE
sesame to order this evening
buffet of hot dogs, soft drinks,
The Garden club of Morton Grove Jro. are getting a bead niart
WE DELIVER
'VEAL PARMIGIANA
ideas and getting loto sorno cro-
junior Decorators
group meets every other week
PEPPERN UTS
glen Post #134 will hold its usliai monthly meeting a week
earlier this month. Commander
William Connally will call the
Flic annual family apro house
wifi be held at the Morton Grove
Americas LegtonpOst#134 Merserial Home thIs Sunday, Dec. 19
for Legionnaires, Auxiliary
metobers andtheirwtves sed bus-.
bendo and children.
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sooner because the students in-
GINGER BREAD
PlaNs Yu!e
Party SuNday
,4pmanJ$
Bent Plank Pub
Oorry that we did not do this.
CHRISTMAS STOLLEN
BRANDIED BUTTER FRUITCAKE
Due to the Christmas holiday,
the Morton Grove American Le-
Chairman in Sr, Vice Cmdr.
adolescents, who find it easier
volved
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Heights has just completed their
writing schedule for their lateot -. some people who can play the
production to be held at Jeffer- piano, trumpet and the VinIlo.
son school at the beginning of .
if anyone is interested in join.
March, 1972.
ing
an active theatre group many
The J,T.S. is interested in expondlog their ever growing group capacity Contact 'the producers,
of talented people interested In Steve Miller, 825-5793 or Mar
any capacity of the theatre. Any- ion $tIf 825-3610.
of their peers. The interactional
feedback process is also greater.
Mr. . Krueger comments. "i'm
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chorus or dancing or acting is
munity Timoteo group witkmem-
to dloiniss difficulties withagroup
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Denions
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Snoopy Santa Banks
Project Toy Lift Push,
The Dempeter PlizaStiteßgnk
followa: Lawrence C. Casa
ß hiving a drawing for Snoopy as
834 Willow rd. Wheellng:.Eobert.
Santi Ranks each Wednesday it Suarez 9204 BUnbie Bee, Dei
4 m. Uil cllìlBbnaB. Entry Plathei; George A. Weiter, 8121
blanko can only be obtained at w. Park ave., Nitos; Mrs. E.
mter Plaza State Bank.
Moss, 9020 Woodvlew, Des
The winners on our firat draw. es; Mrs. Sheldon Renaler.Plato..
Ing which was held Dec. 8, are w. ou ava., Des Plaines. 9065
Vegas trip In the spring as a
firnd ralsthg event. Named sa
co-chairmen of the event are
Anthony LaRoo and Al Nohart.
The May 7 - 11 vacatIon wjfl
featuro round trip DC-S air fare,
lunch and dinoor and cocktails
gohg and returning, deluxe room
it the Castaways Hotel, oil three
meals a day while in the Nevada
Rangs Funeral
Colonial Funeral
Serlln Iron
neo 514; J. Quedeos 511; C. Oswald 510; E. Prlvratsky 509; L.
Dama 507; B. Szatkawski 506.
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As of Dec. 7
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For tIte sixth connecutive year tIle Salvation
Army. through its "Project Toy Lift" bas wraed
end sent 5,000 ChrIstmas gifte to children of Inmateo of Cblcsgo arco prisoits. Prisoners In the
states' Correctional institutions are given the op.
portutlity to select indMdusi gifts to be ogni to
their children at home. They oigo the gersensl
name tags enclosed with the gifts and there is
no indicatIon that the Salvation Army bougbt the
gifts and guided them to thef r, destination.
Helping with the wra
and mailing were
members of the Demgeter-Creenwoed Merebenin
and Ptofeonlonat Association, Sbown above I. co
The Associetion will honor the Salvation Army
lis the Denseter.Greenwood Plaza from Dec. 17-
Santa Claus
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East Demons beat the Downers
play.
68.66 in a thrilling game wbicb
good night nhootingwellfrom hoth
toStop
Yellow top, stainless steel
back case . . $7995
Santa Clans will be Io the lobby
of Golf Mill State Bank on Do.
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iunraI 3hunr
SP 4-0366
Joneph Wojciechewski L Son
824.5124
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tutors to their feet.
The well-played content was
very clase with the Demons trail.
ing 35-32 at the bali and winniog
on a basket scored by Mike Fa.
Ing
comber 22 23, 24 durlog the
bank's businoon hours. He bao
a andy.fffled Chrintittan Stock.
The Loyola U. hockey team
scored with 22 seconds ramaioIng to ' tIe Illinois Benedictine
4-4 In a college hockey game
wich blm.
played last Saturday st the Ballard Sports Complex in Niles.
Golf Mili Stato Bank cordially
Inviten everyone to come In and
ganso with a 4-1 record against
children won't want to mise.
ly overconfident against a team
Ing for cock child who visita
greet Santa. lt's a treat that the
The Ramblers, entering the
collego opponition, wore obviotm-
with a retord of l-4-i. Illinois
2:55 and 5:35, of tho,tlrot period.
before l(òwalski scored for Ley-
ola ut 9:10. The patters of the
gamo continued In this faohioo
needleno penalties by the Ram-
blocs (24 mInutes In all), also
set the stage for 2nd and 3rd
period Benedictine goals. Leyola did take the. laad.dor almost
10 minutes in the 2nd frame
as Winkler scored one at 2:27
and set up Steve Dimas at 6:51.
However, Tony Spaniel found the
neto at 17:41 with' Loyola short
2 men on the ice to knot the
gamo 3-3. The 3rd perIod saw.
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SEE OTTO FOR THE
FINEST SELECTION
IN
CHRISTMAS
TREES
827-4602
or
824-8058
High Series
y. Stssad 536; C. SipewiCz
503; S. Emerick 500; R. Stein'
488; June Lao 484; M. Deberech
8985 BALLARD RD.
A PARKSIDE
Shown above lo Mark who IS
ter.
both teams with goad scaring op.
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portuoities but neither scoring.
Then at the 14 mInute mark
with Loyola again short-handed
Javoro gave Benedictine the lead
once agole.
In the final minutes Loyola
throw everything' they had at the
Benedictine net. but lt looked like
they would fail until John l(wanny
carried from center Ice deep into
the Benedictine end, deem the de-.
dense to ene side and dropped
a perfect paon to Winkler only
SO ieat in front of tha not. The
Benedictine gaelic di1n't have a
chance and John tallied hin .2nd
in the game. Loyola mili have
to Improve significantly for this
weekend 6f they hope to keep
their undefeated record at homo
Intact.
On Saturday at 4:30 they take
on Lewis college, ene of the
strongest ChIcago area teams.
and then on Sunday at 5 p.m.
they'll tangle with Iowa State.
Both games are at the Ballard
Complex and promise to be exciting matches.
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[PARK DiSTRICT NEWSI
ciinenfroinÑe2&
Nile s
Santa Party
We bave jim received word
from the North f0 that Santa
Qans will Me Visiting the NUes
Park DtsUtct on Saturday, Dec.
18. He will be the honored guest
at the 2nd annual Santa Party.
The fesdvides will take place at
the Grenues Heights gymnastum,
8255 Oketo on Dec.28. Santa rdIl
greet the children and distributa
chocolats treats between i and
4 p.m. Saum vU1 announce the
winners of bis free raffle. for
toys In bis christmas bag at
approximetety 3:45 p.m. A
Christmas carsivat of games will
Registration for the following
programs Is now Iatlng acesited
at the Nitos Park District Office.
Saterdays from t 10 3 p.m. For
further information on any proday nod 9 a.m. to 12 noon on grams cali 967-6633. Non-melSaturday. Registration for gym- dents of the Park bistritt pay a
nastum programe 15 accepted at
Rink
.
District will conduct a GuItar
Crocheting
For an enjoyable evening spend
a few hours of good clean spart,
Nuca Recreation Center, 7877 a night of Ice skating every WedMilwaukee ave.
nesday, Friday, Saturday, and
Glasses will begin on January Sunday - admIsalnfl 75 resi18 thru March 14
dents, $1.50 use-residente plus
Thendays: 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. The 50 for the cost of skate rental.
fee Is $3.50 or 9 weeku.
Glass for Intermediates. Anyone
Interested In improving his skills
and learning niw tetbntgue$ of
playing this increasingly popular
lestilunent IS urged to register.
Classes are open to anyone 11
years of age and up. ft la neceoaarlr to know the basic chords
and folk technIques to join the
intermediate claSs. Partitipants must hring their own gut-
tar. Classes will be held on
Thursday evenings from 7 p.m.:
8 p.m. at the Nibs Recreation
Canter, 7877 Milwaukee ave.. be-
ginning Jan. 13 and culminating
March 16. Students who bave
enrolled In our beginners clans
in the Fall are urged to confloue with this class. The instrutter for the clans is Mro,
Joyce Eisen who bas been an
instructor tor the Park District
for several years. She has also
taught guitar privately and at pub-
lic and tommercial InstitutIons.
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AlICE
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ISN'T ENOUOH!
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Your home and belongings
face many hazards that
even "fire and extended
coverage" won't cover. But
a State Farm Homeowners
I
Policy provides complete
.
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the
Recreation Center. The session
begins Jan. 21 and culminates
March 10. A fee of $8 fertile 8
week session will be charged.
Non-resIdente pay a double fee.
Fees for some supplies will be
additional. For further Inferleatton celi 967-6633.
Ballet and Tap
Mondayn: 2:45 p.m. - 3 & 4
year olds; 3:30 p.m. - S & 4 year
oldo; 4:15 p.m. - 7 it 8 yeerolds.
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STATS Palca InsuRaNce COMPANIES
no_s 0fb. . C&on?as. Ils.
and girl will receive Isdivitlani
Instruction plus plenty of free
time to practice what they bave
learned.
Tiny Tots
Another addition to our pro..
gram lists will be the first pro..
gram ever for the tattler S year
old age bracket. Atlny tots play.
school to be held at the Maine
Township Jewish Congregation
bas just oponed for registration.
penally for this age bracket. To
held on Tuesday and ThursFridays: 4:30 p.m. - Advanced be
days
from 10 to 11:30 it offers
Ballet
enough timo for enjoyment auf
but still hold their at.
TAP - Fridays 3:45 p.m.The. education,
tendon.
An
experienced staff will
fee Is $5.50 for 9 weeks.
plan a one hnur l're School program. Cost far a ten week pro(Graden 5 - Teens)
Is just $25. To register, a
Classes will be beldatGrennan gram
birth
certificate
must be ohown
Heights Annex, 8255 Oketn
for
each
child.
Udidren
need not
Classes begin the week of be trained.
January 11 thru March 7.
'flieodoyo: 7 p.m. - Beginners
8 p.m. - Advanced. The fee Is
$6for 9 weeks.
Ladies Slim
and Trim
Slim nastics
Exorcising can be fun. Join
the ellmnastics clean and treat
Park, 8255 Oketo beginning Theo-
games. Women interested in com..
petitive volleyball will bave the
opportunity to play against vgrtous suburbs. The class lo tondicted by Mrs. Betty Miller, who
has taught this clans for several
years for the perk district. She
Nibs Park Recreation Center,
State Farm is all you need to
know about insurance. Give
me a call.
lifesaving techniques. Every boy
oldo; 5p.m. - 8 year old it over,
Is a physical education Instructor
and Is well versed in all aspects
of the program.
Register forthis program at the
I
will incorporate improved owlming style, endurance and basic
Thursdays: 3:30 p.m. - 5 it 6 2 by Dec. 31, 1971. the protrm
yesrolds; 4:15 p.m. - 5 it 6- will
offer recreation geared es-
Farm Homeown.
ers Policy that fits
insurance.
ointe Setember. (Fee for this
program Is $10.) The progron
Opon for all children who will be
day, Jan. 4 end culminating Feb.
29 at 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The program consists of varions 011mming and trimming exercises as
well as Informal volleyball
the same good
deal as our car
Blake, holder of the Red Croose
WA!, and with the Park District
Classes will be held at tite
Grennan Heights Annex, 8255 N.
Choto.
Classes begin the week of Janilaxy 10 and end March 10.
youraelf to an evening of fan and
physical activity unte a week.
Claotes will be held at the Louis
Sthrelner gym, Greisen flelgbts
- --- your needs. lt's
A sew program for Swimmett
Make yourself beautiful dIshes, will be starling Satgrday, Jm,
vases. etc.. for your home - 8. 1972. Por boyS and girls wbo
it's easier than you cao imagine. already know bow to swim tbin
Register now et the fIlles Park class will offer an -opparntnjy
District office, 7877 Milwaukee to earn Jr.and Senior llfetevteg
ave. from 9 a.ni. to 5 p.m. on cards from tite Red Gross, fl,
weekdays, and from 9 n.m. to 12 class will be held from 11:30 to
noon on Saturdays. Glosses will 1:30 p.m. at Maine East 111th
be held on Friday eveningS from school pool. 1ntructor s Pana
profection . . . even covers
you in caseof lawsuits. See
me today about a State
i
i
class. Beginners as well so ad-
vaiiced Individuals ale welcome.
double fee for all programs.
This winter the NIbs Park
Swimming
need a spedal talent for dat
Wednesday
Guitar Class
Ballard
Ice Skating
Mäiáe
creative and have fins at
the saine tinos. Learn dat arf of
Caramico by joInIng die NUes
Park District class. You do not
the Crensan Heights Gymnasium,
8255 Oketo, Monday through Priday from 3 m, to 9 p.m. and on
7877 MIlwaukee ave. from 9 a.m.
Is 5 p.m., Monday through Fr1-
If you can walk, you can tears
be buid In the gymnastuni. Cat'.
teens will be showninthe Creusas to skate. Tbere Is edIl prime
Annex at 1:15 p.m. and repeated Urne for Girls and Women clubs
wishing to plan a skating party
at 2:30 p.m.
for as evening of excitement end
thrills at the NUes Park Ballard
Ice Skating Rink on Ballard rd.
(Ages 8-15)
and cumberiand ave. in NUes.
Classes will behetdattheNiles Skates are rented for the eveRecreados Center. 7877 Mllwaubee ave
For infermation, vistt orlilone
Glasses begin on January 17 the Ballard Com11ex, 8435
thi,u March 13 (beginners andad- Ballard (Telephone; 297-8011)
Venced)
daily (rem 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. We
Mondayn: 3:45p.m. - 4:45 p.m. also invite you to visit our rIsk
The fee Is $3.50 for 9 weeks. and stroll through the lobbies and
watch our futureakatlng ataca In
action.
Knitting
Ceramics Class
Winter Programs
Don't misa en opportunity to
start the New 'buar out with a
.
new look. There Is nothing health-
dents.
Baton
their own batons)
Classes will be beldntGrenean
Heights Mites, 8255 Oketo
- Thesdays: 3:45
m. -Begin55m J; Tuesdays: 4:30 p.m. -
Beginners li.
.
NUes Recreation Center, 7877
Milwaukee aye.
Wednesdays: 3:45 - Majorettes
end Intermediates on January11
and March 8.
'
'rite fee Is $3.50 for 9 weeks.
Again thlsW8Ite G3f-Mslne Is
offering
.
ers class. Por girls kindergarmn through fourth . grade. this
1rogr*m OfferS gamcdcillasssns.
creadvo ' outlets, and jatet plain
tatefasi. COOldlt11 tt'5te,
tul and SImple items. learnIng
abOlI feod clothing, and learnIng generally ' useful persona.!
habits cOflIfrlsO dieprogram, Bot
more than just a class Mothers..
utIle-Helpers gives girls 5 to 9
a chance to work tegethergaising
tele skills and using them in a
group situation. The 'Instructor
will again be Michele Blissteln
who adds a working knowledge of
her subject to an excellent ability
to work with gIrls of this age'
group. Pto classes are offered
to give girls a choice of times
to attend, lbs programis onMondays from 4-5:30 or 6:30-8 p.m.
starting Jan. 3 and running for 8
weeks. The fee Is $5.
Cheerleading'
Oneof the mastenjoyable progrants wo have offered Inflo past
Is back again. Cheerloatitag Is a
form ofrecreationcomblnlng aDe.
lotIt ability with personality,
ability to work with people, and
giving all of oneself to bringing
out reactions in other people. Por
girls 4th thru junior high age the
program wUt offer lead-up oxertises. Jumpe. yells. a few simple
cheers, and how to project lo a
trowd. Linda Koenig who Wan S
cheerleader at Taft High school
will be instructing the program.
For 4th. Sin. and 6th graders the
program will ko from 3:30 to
4:30 p.m. on Thursdays starting
Jan. 6. For junior high girls
the program will be from 4:30 to
St30 also on Thursdays with the
first meeting on Jon. 6. The fee
for the program Is $3.
Theater Arts
Dec. 14 and will run for lOweeks
municy projects In theater. ActIng. charactorizatiou, directing.
st Stevenson school from 8 to 9
p.m. Fee os $10. Instructor 15
our well known llene Hotchnsan.
Modern Dance
This clase offers an opportunitT for junior high scionol girls
co learn the latest Indance move.
llyents to papalao music. The losiructor Is llene I-laichmaa. Coma
ut and learn to dancelil This
class will be held on Tteoday
from 7 - 8 at Stevenson beginning Dec. 14 lItro Feb. 15. .°ll
girls from 4th grads throngh
junior high. Fee is $10.
Cheerleading
For girls from 4th fiottI jr.
high age. TIte program will of-
('iotuigsters must be at least 6
years of age and must furnish
Little Helpers
beginning this winter - Theater
friendo. Classes will begin on
fer Juinpo. yells. andafew cheers.
'Ibis Is groat fun and given our
young ladies an opportunity £0
have a general knowledge of
cheerlending skills. The program
will be from 3:30 to 4:30 for 40,
5th, and 6th graders on Thorndaps averting Jan. 6. For junior
high girls the program will be
from 4l30 to 5:SOalso on muro-
days with the first meeting os
Jan. 6. The fee for the program,
is $3. ateerloadlng Is a 10 week
course.
Continued on Page 21
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A brand new 'Adult program Is
Arto. This program will bo a
starting point for other cornset design, make-up and exer-
cines In poychudrama will be indluded, alos with distnsslono In
idean fur futitré productions, This
Is the perfect programfor relaxation. creativity, expression of
idean, and meeting other people.
Call Turbin will be the group
leader. Gail Is a UnIversIty of
llhlnols graduate and holds aB.A,
in Theater Arts. She will guide
and direct but tills will be a pro-
gram for and by the people In it,
Theater igta will meet on
Thurudayu from 7-9:30 p.m. be-,
ginning Jaa. 6 and lesUng for 8
weeks. The fee for thin lively.
Organization Is $10.
More News
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Center for Reman Detleloto..
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Snnotnaces
'72
die Miff Bun Theater to nne das
the WIntr
and 8o4y Building for Boys will
be continued. Basketball bas been
aIhd for WInme term. classes
for boys utd girls, Ma.o achedoled for 10 weeks la the "Junior
and Family" Sido DivIng course
YOOth teSi 11111115 Will dI5COVO1
fOr self°t°' OPPOrtI5IiUeS
IIO5OVOUI5flt
relaxation, and
play 'Ghrisunu Carol," Other
evento Include a trip to tite Museem of Science sod Ilnitistry sod
on Several days open gym
for 12 yr. and above, Youth
Golf classes are set (or 6 weeks,
The Pro-School "Gym and
Swim" program for chlldmeufour
adOfl during the ten week
5tlatdUted £0 115815 the week
mouths to seven years, one of
at the North Shore Trace gym. ° 3". 10. 1972.
For exact dates intl times of °°'"8 le5dSt8hip Is ofby the following departthese aponta.! evento csllthe Park'
lests: Hobby. Special Internat.
Dlirict Office at 297-3000.
Sporta and
There Is stili time to register for .11 of tite many andvarledr ftYeltal ducation, Prospective
ice programs belog offered thbe StUIteflt5 SrS encouraged to plan
Winter program now, and
winter. For everyone titere arel
ice skatIng lessons and free regIster at leant one week before
the Tower YMCA's leading ami-
villes Is being contisuedl "fliy
Tots" and "Small Fry" (3 thou
7 yra.) may be enrolled In cite
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Tower Tennis Glath recently or-
gmized fer tide age group (10
week teme),
.Ilenteuiber
Jan, 10, 1972, Early registre-
for beys of all ages. There are cation classes (10 week term)
backeydlitdcnforbeyo8..lsyearn will include: Judo. Karate. Yoga,
of age. There are ateo fear dli- Panting, American Seif-Protec-.
forent leagues for boyo of Ihr don and Women's Volleyball,
same age bracket divided 8-9,. Speciale for Weinen, "Trimano10-11, 12-13, 14-15, Time will, lico" and the popular "Leso
also be madeavailabteforaomall Weigbt' program, also "Waitchange ' for group uf hockey. a-Ways" for expectant Mothers.
-
players to use the brand new Evening "Fitness" clauses for
hockey rink now being con-. men, and "Cardia-Respiratury"
strocted. There are alto stili Conditioning donnes for men ,e..
positions upen fer volnsteer mf- planer nr advanced) are being
ereeo and coaches for all tite continued. A 6 week Golf coarse
leagues. Anyoaelntereotedshnuld is offered with morning er evecall 297-3000.
Basketball registration ban be-.
and again this year we will
offer two leagues for buys 4,
5. 6th grades. and 7th-8th. Added
tItis year ate e Mens League to
be played on Monday nights, and
a 111gb School League tu be played
itlng periods opes.
me Aquatic department (10
week term) tom adults will feotore a "Boating Safety" course
directed by the 11,5, Coast Guard
Auxiliary. Progresolve Swim Instructien, Scoba Dtv9ng, "Aguanastico" (for women), andaswim
on Friday sights. Porfie younger
player
there are baakethall
clinics for boyo 2nd thru 5th
grades. Times and dates can be
obtained by calling the Perk Office.
The winter brochure, containIng all programs, dates end fees
will be eut within the next week.
course designed especially for
mailing list call the Park Office
and we will make sure that you
receive all of our mailings
throughout the year. Abo watch
this space for further Park Distritt Information.
"Creative Writer's
crame,
Workshop," Audience speaking,
"Coffee Talk" (a discussion
group on the seven Liberal Arts),
Interior Design and Decoration,
those who bave never learned to
swim, called"LandLubbers" are
1f you are not already on our
all net fer the Winter term In-
cluding Life Saviegclaoseo, "Cameing," "Water Ballet" (fer Wo..
men) and Diving Instruction.
SpecIal Interest, Floe Arts,
For Information on Bankethsll,
Hockey, and other winter programo. please contact the Gulf
procedure may he obtained by
calling 647-8222, Ext.S56ordrop
by the Leaning Tower YMCA,
6300 W. Touhy ave. and pick up
a 'PregramServices" Brochure.
(Baby-sitting services are available daring daytime classes).
Resurrection
Fathers Club
Once again this year, the Fa-
thera club Is having a New Years
Eve Party at Resurrection High
school, 7500 W. Talcott. As In
the past year, lt will be $15 par
couple, which includes your
choice of set-up and favors. The
Molle-Tones will furnish themesIc for your dancing pleasure
from 9 p.m. te 1 a.m.
Bridge, Hypnosis, Dog
Obedience, Pbutography. "Mod-
shopping? Contact unii
PLEASE TAlCS NOTICE that
the Boardof Park Coonmisutonern
of the Golf-Maine Park District,
Cook County, illinois, Is considerlog the annexation ut certain
territory, legally described as
follows:
So, why don't you get your
friends together and spend an
'on the North and East lines
Adult Social Dance, and Distatheqae, a 7 week coarse for those
who want to leers the lateot fad
and Rock dancesi "Principles
eating elements, and importance
-
mirSe os High RISE BuIldings and
the Illinois IneeltIne o! Tech-
nology, being held st the IssU-
Those attending from cite NUeS
Pire Department ' were Capt.
Harry Klnowski; Deportment
TrainIng Officer, Lt. Gordon Mi..
mu Committee was formed
after several deaths resulted
from fires in some of the CitieS
fashionable high rise apartments.
Among the subjects covered was
the feanlbility of fullysptInklered
bslldlngs, emergency power and
the elevator systems, maintaining
and establIshing communicationS
with the fIre ground forces dnizIng afIre, and smoke controlventIng and evacuation.
Most victims of a high rise
aro overcome by smoke.
fire
Among the participants in the
panel. CitrUs Volkamer: Chief
Fire Marshal of c2dca$o, Joseph
Fitzgerald: Chicago's Building
CommIssIoner, RolfJenson; Protensor Fire Protection EngineerIng at l,1,T., and various ropresentatives of architectural and
construction firms,
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Se4eI4Ne4
Johnny j: Smith
271 E, Dundee Rd.
Navy
Petty Officer Second
Hallmark
Clase Johnny J. Smith, hnsbsnd
of the former Bosnio J. Geetzlce
CHRISTMAS CARDS
of 8010 Oakton ct.,Niles, Is aerv-
FOR THOSEWHO CARE
Ing with the Naval Air Reserve
Forces at the Naval Air Station,
',Stecking Staffers-Quality GIfts
Point Mugo, CalIf.
Ho lo a 1966 graduate of Baker
County High scheolinMacclesny.
OPEN 9-9 1jul11 ChrIstmas
l'la.
management Is atoo scheduled.
Local youth will find a lively
and outstanding program of
classes to choose from. Ten
week courseo: Crafts, "Teenage
Charm," Theatre Workshop, Art,
,Arrnandi
Bent Plank Pub
Guitar, Acrobatics, Ballet and
OUR SPECIAL
olds. Youth Sparts, physical edo-
PAN PIZZA
"Arts and Crafts" for 3-5 yr.
cation end Aquatic classes (10
weeks) include: Judo, Karate,
American Self-Protection, Gym-
8801 MILWAUKEE AVE.
(AT DEMPSTER)
pelino, Water Gemas, "Canoe-
NILES
lug," LIfe SavIng and progres-
N'&.E
Range 12 East of the Third
Principal Maridlen, In Cook
QUICK WASH
of
Ilnuing for ten Snsdays the North Chaptea 24, Section 7-l-13 11-
linols R.evls$ Statutes (1969),
The Board of Perk Commis-
OPEN 24 HOURS
alunera will not annex this ter-
ritory prior to ten (10) days
ALL NEW EQUIPMENT
6 POUND LOAD
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tora, Arcbitscat, ContractorS,
sod Engineers. mu Semha1- was
spoupored by the chicago Cono-
Argyle st. Phone: 774-2256,
Section 15, Township 41 North,
from the date of poblicatloo of
this Notice. Farther information
la atferlag' a Jr. and Sr. life- may be obtained from the office
oving program where boye and of the Golf-Maine Park District,
girls can learn and practice their 9229 Emerson Street. ..., Des s
swimming skills and eventually Plaines. Illinois.
""
wln their lifesaving cards from
the Red Croso The-classwiUbe/0/ Marlene Weingarten
gin en Jan. 8, from 11:30 - 1:30.
Secretary
and last 10 weeks for a $10 fee.
Coming up during
Christe porenis maid do meto ter
mas holidayn are a whole range
hUdson by not doing no soucis
of Special Pxograins for people
l'irefI, Btdldhtg.
from Gene Jankowskl, 6926 W.
thereof, of the Northwest 1/4
of the Nomthenst Quarter of
Consty, Illinois,
3 from the BuildIng Deparfittent.
The Seminar was ailesaled by
ed
ovar 400 persons which
timo, Tickets can be obtained
The East 75.0 feet of the nastics, Archery, Diving, Tram-
North 535.0 feet, as measured
Vlllage of Nils. emplóyees, S
from the Floe Department and
enjoyable evening with us. The
Committee anoures you a great
ginnor
of investing for 00usd money
loir recently suended by six
luìg CommlssIoner Ben Mankowsky, Building Inepectot-j George
Braun, and Electrical impeCtOt
Joe Salerno.
Dbessmaklog, Art, GuItar, Be-
need a place for your children
while yoa do your last minute
Christmas Week Specials. Do you
'The problem of hIgh rise fIés
was the thais. of a two day Seni-
members).
Informatisa regarding classes,
schedules, fees and registration
lion begins Monday, Dec. 20,
(mast aleones are open to non-
weeks), InclUde: Decoupage, Ma-
Maine Park District office at
297-3000. Also watch for our
Attend
Seminar
on Fires
chaises: DIrector of the Deportmento' Pire Prevention Samio,
and Fire Inspector Alex Weber.
Those attending from the Building Department were the BuIld-
and Hobby classes for adults (10
of Successful Investing," e S
week term (lecture and discusolon) regarding the Inter-
21
Is advisedi Registration
opens for members on Monday,
Dec. 13. Non-member registreStun
ers Jazz Dance and Exercise,"
Special News
all classes are
scheduled do begin tho week of
skatlng.tlnse. For boys In partit- dannai begini
Adult apart and physical edoOler there are hockey progresos.
Starting on Jan. 9 and can-. pursuant to the provIsions
ibero Trace gymnasium will be
open from 9 to 12 andfrom 1 to
6 for all Park District and North
Shore Trace . resIdents at no
charge,
For tIte first time Golf-Malus
Swim lnsmscdon, GIrlS.
Trimoasd,ca and Wiles Ballet
lug, to see biw a newspaperj. ' and vatted lzsge..m is avatlahl
printed. There will be a trip to far areareoldenlstochaosefrom..
,
.
give
CliedUle OfCIIBseS has
tite Ghicago 5mo-Tintes build.. buSS completed. An Interesting
glas.
.
Whjitpr e1ILQRPR
.
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1er than exercise and dsntfortet
what It will do for your figure.
Come and join a fun filled hoar
of exercise with musIc and
7877 MIlwaukee ave. The fee for
the nine weak session Is 3 for
residents and $6 for nno-reo!-
ÓâII-Maine...
'z
1..
juotuer
s
.
1971
35
C
DRY
NILES SHOPPING PLAZA Haglam und Mitwaukòe
O1OO$ng
Wins Awaik..
Cont'd from N21e$-E.Matfle P.1
LEFT-
wilts. It was mentionod 16 imlt
OOW door to the Gemini Junior
lUgh School. His original Inteflt
was to build condomthiume ií
the 1.7 aCree but now de0ire
bore. The petitioner will reappear et the fke meeting In
Is It posslble Linceinweod and NUes fend
newspaper legal notice busIneec and they ¡euler
.to nuit pedal atory. ratherthan jeopardize losIng
afewbucks7
eIiee to build about 22 to 25
Blase announced a third wtilion was received for 140 -one
Wo can't believe It's flie. Please VirgInia. tell
un lt iant truel
the rental apartments. He d- . January.
apartments per acre for a total
of 31 or 32 unIts on the 1.7 bedroom units, 652 two bedroom
acres. This petition wee dented. - units and 112 threobedroomunits
by the Zoning Board.
Tom Blondi and Mike DeBarmio of Oak Street,. spoke for
about 25 neIghbors attending the
meeting. w ho objected to the
-
buIldIng. Biaee explained thIs
area was annexed invoitmtariIy.
and the owner bad reqelved mob..
tiple zoning for the area whed It
igtktg 4%. ate WIkSSo&kItl
tkaS tMRndbyOnd og and on ndib
.
lt-all might be.coiisidea'ed laughablIf it wasot
so. pathetic. Morton Growers, like most ,00ldents
In every town. havanttheOUghteSt idea what goès
OhIo
might be satisfactory to neigh.
In the MIlwaukee-Central area.
No action woo taken on the peti.
tien which will be decided In the
County Zoning Boards meeting.
Villages within the area are rep.
on among their caSIng bodIes. LIke their neighbors
.
in.NIles they pay. sod pay and pay, and often got
the oberO end of the schtIck, In MG there's leso
money to throw around than In Nibs, so the errore
are more easIly seen. In NIles the mountains et
matsey which boy Into the towncan bury mast excesses whIch occur there. If the guys there cooN
havehidden theIr sentano that would have hoes ocr
more access nobody would have known about.
While 0h12 is the oeason W be jolly. 00 Morton
Ever since the defeat of the vIllage manager referondata MG ha been getting eggooltuface in newswint. They bought a fire engine which is too long
for the lIre statIon. A woman prisoner walks out
of the station vIa a back wIndow. The celi facilities
are so deplorable theyra condemned by an outside
announce the feeling of Its Board.
was unIncorporated. But after
much dlecucalon Walsh will meet
efe44 1'd9
$ne
lof theBallard ice rink, the plbllc use for skating
Is extremely limited. The hockey players from the
$5 OFF ofall Synthetic Wigs
Offer expires Jan. 1
,
Featival will he held In the meetlog room of the library on Wed.
CLEANINC&
STYLING PRICES:
Mon. & Thuts. 10:30 to 8:30
Wed. & Fnldy 10:30 to 7:00
Sat. 9 to 6 P.M. Closed TreO. & Sun.
.
-Ltbräry
Holiday
nesday. Gao. 29. There wIll be
two separate sessIOne - 10 o.m.
to 12 Noon and i p.m. to 5p.m.
Admiooioo Is treo.
The filmo will cover a variety
of subjects Ineludiog aporto, na-
WIGLETS - 3.SO
.1LLS ---
The Dons were sosrrIaad by New
Trier West In a 10-8 upoet loss
wIth heir chIldren. The i°Ilm tM5 past Thursday.
50% ÖFF of oli Human
Hair Wigs and Wiglets
HOURS
N. D. Foilsmen Begin -Season
portimlty to the familles of Morton Grove to share adayof movIes
1972
Parties
turo. chIldren's storieS. . fairy
tales and comedy (Laurel and
4.5O
WIGS ----- - $6.50
.
holiday season. On Wednesday,
Dec. 15, at 1 p.m. there will be a
.
,
2
.1',
I
SANTAS..
LITTL& UELPERS
fencers. N.O, placed 7 of the top
12 fInishers and
Its
the final
pool of 8. N,O. bud 5. N.D. took
a 2nd with Randy MEcos. a 4th
with BIll RIca, a 6th with Pat
Gerard, 7th wIth Ken Lsvoile
assI Oils with MIke SclSrtloo. lo
the 16-18 age group. there were
42 fencers and N.O. had 5 of
the 15 fInishers. Paul Quinlff
.lO '70) was fIrst, Gary Ber-
Epee, there were 12 entrIes ucd
Gary brink took lt.-Tlm Glass
o trophies with 3 and OiSon olth
lost E caE
.'o on
-oxiadE
iR tss -Nko' eatrO...
,oSSo -xiicOic4 xonns vItotaick
uo.0.tra. rO Or Snsi 'ono
woaon Sic vrNw cast O*
mon
Im05 -tac .,cncw aeon -ost
'eaton -00 -kG, nssroon'on -wane
Im
isaIwO .anss, io unt.ainsss-oicw
-uy -st .nsnsk. 'ylxi ss'w ic 05005
-yor jne toise. volcan, tesson -otto
3ltlto
wovutS1OO.
-, cc ssneooIm
maiO
Th tsrjroeca,',oaswtnjç w -ko
wlLttaeo. -fonio -otneton settO ti.
tot issir -ow floua 50v .050-at, un
es
flmicui.
sonar
w 50 moloc wirrawosesta ts050
o
-ooaEtoek caves Cttca .acw sstsipor-
nso icon
sot toare. owoullLW
onion -tace.
dli. 'noon as: -ol: 500i. toits., SkL
5w -v011e. -'me. ic tuay BiW
.N
East Mce Bcptt
The FrIendolave their Christ-
mao meeting plancedfor Tuesday.
There were 112 fencers at the
Dec. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the II-
t00008ment in the O weapons. Thu
and grab-hog exchange.
at Thornton Fractional North.
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'.Q53
ShE'lD0:K, rIEIENISWE r
45 onon
-oThe .cynilonman Eotiryt'
2bRIrra.-5lionidngWatnd.Sy
1wteesnun Som-.
50
'7051 $iJtta. °'OrlmlOneaseos Wonne on
S
$ItfREPo.k'K. OIBCE5IISEL 2
773 5km,- in35 otic. Se6nemac NitnIi
aaSTh
l2.. MIdnight. 6:45, 800, 9d5, 11h45 & 12 Noon
$lRIh5lZ i$Bc4syrt 53
6600nni Nec 'easw See
.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31
7:00 p.m. Maas
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1 - NEW YEARS DAY
- 6:45. 8Q0, 9:15. 10:45, & 12dB-Naos
st-. Ansem°s Ep*scopal Chw'ch
SuldiNsetlk a3ruesaaou4
'c. T. rolufll tltoimi.
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Nues Community Church
(PRESBYTERIAN)
RSdge - 536-SItIO
otat
Mst400
5eswinE PacIt ESdg y
s ytaisen asulGOe05Ios$
.
7401 Oaklos St, NOes - 967-6921
D. Douglas Soleen. Pastor
SeBO a.oax, assi 5feB11 a.00t,
-flog NA'flVITV G GOlfE tCRl
FEZ
llt s.nx.
SUNDAYS DECEMBER 19
9:30 & 11:151 a.m. ChrIstmas Sunday WarshIp
Services. Special Christmas Anthems by
cOmbIned choIrs.
cSe6noo Eon Setuitu
$.ATEROSAZ IbECESIWER 5$
.
next big meet will be ox Jun. 22
CHURCH SCHOOL CLASSES .S LEUAL
1tbl a.ccs,
Gortontoas O Ccann*wao Snevfee
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER24
7:30 p.m. Family Christmas Eve ServIce
11:00 p.m. Candlelight ServIce
an exteii8lofl 9110110
&4DAY, DECEMBER26
9:30 a.m. & 11dB a.m. Student Recognition
Services. CommunIon
1er every tocatlon
SUNDAYS JANUARY 2
Wøve got
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3ESliXl260nilr*ilu0atiae leonnim-.
SAflIRDAY, DEGEISIBER 25 - f2OIRISI3IAS DAY
.
TWELVE flAYS OP GOIROfTh*AS 'flOOR
Dolly Dendter 27 through aaiao 6
d.30 arts.
Mo-ruing i°rayet' and Holy Consnotmhon Sec-eke
(encele cloolalnoas IOay and EasidiSs)
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 6
6,'SOp.no,
9:30 a.m. b 11:00 a.m. Guest Minister
Dr. Harold Blake Walker
Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
-
1111 North Elmhurst Road, Prospect Heights - 537-4353
Rev. Anton P. Weber, Jr.. Pastor
SUNOAY DECEMBER 19
8:30 a.m. 6 10:30 a.m. FamIly WorshIp
8:30 a.m. Holy CommunIon
.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24
6:30 p.m.. 8:00 p.m E 11:00 p.m. Festival Services uf
Holy Communion and Caodlellght
FIRST
SUNDAY, JANUARY 2
8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.rn. Family WorshIp
with Holy Commuslan
ICI LII Ciltit
How about under the tree!
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«ATHOLiC)
Ial W. inindee Rd., Wloeellisg - 557-2740
FiBser George j, MuicahOy
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23 - 7150 p.m.
Ponliential ServIce, foliawed by Confossiana,
FRIDAY5 DECEMBER 24
Confessions 11dB to l300 Noon. cod from 4:00 to 5130,
Ne confessions at sIght.
CHRISTMAS O/SV - Maules: 12*00 Midoight, and 6:30.
8:00, 9:30, 11:00 and 12:15.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31 - hiess at Ig30 p.m.
Confessions from 7:30 to 8:30.
NEW YEAR'S DAY - Massen at 6:50. 8:00, 9:30, 11:00,
-
l's agreal gill for any occasion.
Eighnoy 000ly Conseounlas ServIce
St. Joseph the Worker Church
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8:30 a.m. E 10:30 a.m.F'amlly WorshIp
a
0y Oec -u
tcao Saco -oO IuaE on tans-
-E
11:15 p.m. Sacred QwIntmas Goatert
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26
,SAVlN
gn-yec
-
0es Plaines and loin our Christmas Club. Applicotloos accepted
saw. Next Christmas is coming.
mais a
-orco
tOaowr, 200e ulle- onuo 2e
.ar.
ko
tueko
DE SsiaOE.. -konW
O -nsne '00EhStns
dedto ot.ww.gu
toaste oon1rbon
Uoicw oxiawl ut:LW000von.00.000 -orauye-omlitot
i1iW.
chinsc
42OhSOtpk obey
2acIme-ncruy
.asob nmxtsb,,o.. i -t-o ni
7th.
Make a New Year's Resolution. Come is to Pirol Federal Savings of
1 Dis
saoe aso
nsmon.
--y-oui SnOi iit'W,ItO
ot t000isrty. yo
ysco ovro .nlsioo olacuco so
yo nsy ssrairoa
gasofwc
wlza,
ro irr eaov dinnam o4ci-
lab was 4th. Terry McConvillo
was 5th. and Sam DePigIlo wax
Were got the Christmas spielt, too, aod wool yoer holidays to be
happy. So we have a special "intereot' Christmas Club. With most
Christmas Clubs, you et out exactly whet yes pot ix. Not with us.
Secanos whatever you deposit to your Christma'o Club acc000t, we
add to withioterest. 5% ioterest, compounded quarterly. Set your
F[DERM
hos
on
y.ww unsow .so
3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ConfessIone
a.- p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ConfessIons
FRIDAY, DECEMBER24
10 a.m_ - 11:30 &.sn. ConfessIone
was out of a pool of 12. In the
14-15 age group, there wore 40
That jolly old mao io the North Pole bao a good friend in the torthweot. Pirol FoderaI Saviogs ol Oes Pleines.
la Ita osasen, it
wy wappn
W. -I
wlRE ion
Imisst
lost. 5ssat onar
l0aW-Se1asb ass. il0 xi.t y*
000yv
SA'flIRDAY, DECBMBER lo
5505e, who took 2od place. This
eon at the library eS noon, served
by FrIendo members.
brary. They plan a buffet supper
Christmas goal for $25, $50, $O0, $150, $250 or $500.
sayo sise
i1Otte
ist ipurns, tab.
11f )
st. John Brebeuf Catholic Church
'flIWSDAY, DECEMBER23
7:30 p.m. - 9:03 p.m. ConfessIons
N.O. bad one eutrye Steve Bu-
All together out of the 15 tmcelvo a gift and refreohnlents.
Mooday, Dec. 20, the LIbrary ybles given out, N.D, took 5 of
staff vill be Invited to a luoth- them, Now TrIer Wont was 2nd
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.
the second AFLA fencixg tourcamast, In the Under 14 age group,
Tarry McConville 6th awl
party for the pm-school story 5th,
Jahn
Strass
8th.
hour fhlldreo. A movie will be
shown and ouch child will re-
.
/e"
'l_ois paSt Saturday, N.D,hnotecl
The Friends of NiNo Public
In Sabre yxly álum000 Paul
Library Diotrlct are buoy or- Qulnlff
entered and took 3rd. lx
rangIng parties for the coming
Hardy).
.
and nson
a astaiK
asu,
$307 N, Harlem Ave., Riles - 966-5145
B_t. Rev. Msgr. )ohn Flanagan. Poorer
Festival
Cblcagolafl?a largent Variety of Wash and
Wear Wigs Including the Bloca. Hendtied;
and the new ventilated cap Veniceion.
a 0aiw
LT i.i
crsA
spendIng. WhIle Nilesltes wIll be paying for yearo
Notre Oasis fencers have had
a busy two weeks. They oponed
theIr dual meet neanon against
NIbs Went and won lt at the varsity level, 14-4 and at. the frosh
level 9-9 on touches. - Against
The Morton-Grove PublIc Marshall. last year's state chamLibrary is preaentlog as op.. pion runner-up. they won 13-5.
Phone 966 2075
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truoteg iodgdo. criticism there's
Library
Family Film
Hiles, Ill. 60648
you aro looking for. Rwrvewho
of what we consider a good example of foolIsh
8045 Milwaukee Ave,
(HALf BLOCK NO. OF OAKTON)
that typo IiI sh8g sod knOt idtov v'trw
The Ice risk dilemma In MIlos is Indeed typIcal
UnIversItIes outsIde NIbs. plus a minority of Nues
players, domInate thIs expensIve Ice polaco.
nepotism io the village dopàrtments (this is a way hockey
Public
skndng
from i p.m. untIl 3 p.m. Is certainly
of life Io MG). One trustee accuses another of tamnot
nerving
the
public there. And eliminating 4 Ice
.
porIng with firodepartmesh peraosnei, by holding rInks all over town
certaInly short changes thetasmeetings with Individuai members andnôw the traspeyere
who
are
payingfor
the Ballard Park Ice rIch,
tee himseli is beIng Investigated by the opposItion whIle Ost having Ice skating
far their own chtldren.
trastees.
agency.
with these neIghbors In an at-.
tempt to agree on the number of
ut
ac st.11
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nemes 3i pou
ttnd n.ìy ndrs so ttS bttta - symo
'pee tin w ooi
$0 be onolt t gon6dr oohnawndw 2w wl
httt IPuBIb aye,
io -sSno 'uwsm
efóon Solothiog a pIlpoy.. tOtons
5k2inwr
eo EèrtSB t8r0IOS Ic OsoiSOder,
3d 2 noeo -ow essoytoy .emdl:
\hee'è da 'u titeO Oc OWl wdm E W sooec -o
tsdi nsj,je.
a 1.306 or ohthw IOOWS4 shay? in -bmw yaoiuv to Jsr mo
Bysoull tOsrOtin
GhrIatena Io cOrnonS baoe and
on waist lt gk'tstly au woNQ.Ps
many people will beve w styg on
-5,h$-cOd
rO beve the tktvt no
that specIal list to aOh5 0ow in
the tisse sotttednelsSòsiaSkidiuIdbe 'bnd0h sood grosirt It svoo'y ch&y
MOor all titulO CrOSS bee- i.'on
madol Inty a p5y$ ut net. ttp
onwene4, then one-Ic.wt0whweod
Isippy ready to go stchrdstmao ta
*0000 for OwE af*S 3ovsr 1St5vQ..
aO,oat 4 weebs or oSder now5 so
0f you noie-t a porc brwl dog,
you'd henar start looSing. ixtsay'
maet the pore-o wOw bee-sIn
¡sople lkeinr a ttiined loteedl
only objection totlosotsotoostown..
ers of-dip isap
deefk.rOWlW
Groves vOlage ball itO the oeanon to be silly.
resented at the meetings and
A PuppyFor âstmu
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na.Is44ti,
&rtd 12115.
All Sunday Massen al 6:50, 8:00. 930, 11:00. and 12:15.
cenerai telephone nompany of Illinois
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Ño 24
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BUGLE: PUBLKATIONS
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GIFTS FOR
EVERY9NE
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I
Don't pay more
to own the best
4
New Top Brand Name
Anything electronic at
4Nc44 4 i--- $ ¿dei4 - -
toyoiL
Pusily Guantssd
SHOP THE HANDY STOCKING STUFFER EVERY WEEK
259-2333
PHONE 537-1920
RARE GIFT
IDEAS
SKI GIFTS .
I I(TCOI
.
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f
Merry Christmas &
8. STAMPS
FOR GIFTS
I
AZTEC & MEXICAN
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Wall Plaquen, Wrought
DMIRAL cOIN IL STAMP MAR
Happy New Year
Colon S stams bought and sold
We have
What Peeve
tookio For
hAND WRITING ANALYST
ILepsirnuiMurist
7852 N. Lincoln Avenue
Skokie, illinois
679-5530
Mon. and Thur. 11:30-9
581. y.. SOIL
in Ski Wear
Tues. and Suo. closed
Wed. sod PrI. 11:30-5
Sat. I0-5
L Equipment
LADDIE1S LAIR
ft*S.MIIWSOLe.
W8HIIu5
537.VPP
Chandeliers. Leather
GIFTS FOR PETS
PETS FOR GIFTS
DE ALEOPJA
THE
m. From ant
farms to sea dragons. We
guaranteed
962 S M1Iwau1ee 537-8345
Wheeling, Illinois
also have the largest selecdon of
LET i
;'
PETS FOR
ADOPTION
HOT
GEAR
FOR
HELP YOU FIND A
GIFT THAT LOVES!
SKIER
201 W. WING
298-4232
Arlington Heights. Ill.
1108 Len Street
Des Plaines. Illinois
394-2232
(Across from the Jewel)
In advance of Christmas.
Nominal adoption fees to
approved homes
ANTIQUES
2200 Rivet-woods Rd.
Deeri Leid
'Trim the Tree Shop'
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Chuisisnas trees ._
that oiselaI
frlod se niele.? Thoasasdo st
Chsiui,aas .its
,
Astiqa.. sed Uaiqoo itsmo. Sema.
tlisi ferevoryeae.
permanent and flodeeit
We will buy or take on con-
RotEü
jobs restaurant
MoFten Grove
Annula & Demgntcr
RIDING
s WAITRESSES.
EQUIP. -ATTIR
*NeW. family rentancant is
now interviewing from 9
'
-
AM to 5 PMMon. Thru
Fri.
Excellent companybenefim.
We offer premium wages
for all categories of help.
SHIRTS
H ELPER
For The MOST
1913 Sheridan Rd.,
Highland Pk.
KNUPPIR NUR8RT
1801 N. Rand Rd.
Palatine
GI
PM 432.0439
TS
Leather f or
"MAKE YOUR OWN"
Se4e4«e4
MORTON GROVE
2
Block West of Edens Hwy
Phone 966.1421
13ath11oure GREETING CARDS
LTD.
Austin 6 Dempater Blvd.
. KELLY'S SADDLERY
271 E. Dundee Rd.
.
Hallmark
CHRISTMAS CARDS
FOR THOSE WHO CARE
Stocking Stuffero-Quality Gifts
OPEN 9-9 Until Christmas
WO RESINO
WAITRESSES
537-2745 5flo a S,.. -m' E'..
Days or Nights
Pull or Part l'iEne
HOBBIES
a TOYS
AlI scales Railroad equip.
Candle making supplies
Radio centrol
AIrplanes-boats-cars
.
Wood ship models
Rockats-Slotracing equip.
TONY'S HOBBY LOBBY
747 W. Dundee
Wheeling, lii.
537-8669
.
HACKNEY'S ON LAKE
PA 4-7171
HELP WANTEDMALE
.
SSE5SES ONG
a seOeT-5wEATERs.
cults PANTS.
EVERVTO INS
3353 W. Dempster
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,.« 4me
Wl,4d44
now llltervlewiEig from 9
AM to S rIM Mon. Thru
Fri.
Excellent company betlI.
We offer premium wages
for all categories of help.
Sta4ß«eu
1965 Dedge 8 CpI.. 2 dr.
271 E. Dundee Rd.
IIeathr. 383 engIne. Gd. con-
Hallmark
bardtop. 4UtO. ESSES.. radio.
diden. $325 or best offer.
OPEN 9-9 UntIl Christmas
far working mother. 11:00
&M. ta 7:30 P.M. Call
296-niA
FOR RENT o
STOCK CLERKS
FROZEN FOODSBAKERY
HILES THRIFT STORE
LOCATED ON
MILWAUKEE AVE. at
OAKT4 T.
Th ENJOY
...
-
DICK PREYMAi4
Northiake, III.
(One block west of Wolf Road on east sida of building)
An Erplal Opporsunhty Employer
827-6432
UNF. APT. FOR RENT
Des Plaines, short term
lease. S Bedroom apartment.
Appliances, heated, air, fully
TELEVISION REPAIR
DEPENDABLE SERVICE
carpeted & drapas. $185 a
month. Cali evenings or
weekends.
439-2456 or 296-3659
I_ow PRICES ON
PICTURE TUBES
Plus i Year Guarantee.
Cloned Suilday
Hours 9-7
VINCE'S ,TV
965.5769
Large $700. Crystal Dining
sworn chandelier $225. On-
PET
iaorted White Wool Area Rug
234-0976
MISC. FOR SALE
For Sala. In good condition
CIRCLE
FOR SALE
Hammond Spinet Organ M-3.
Tiny Toy Poodle poppies. 2
chocolate. 2 whIte. Males R
females. AKC. Will hold till
$500.00. And Hotpoint portable dbshwasbar. $95.00.
,
965-7370.
Xmas, Reas. 299-8473.
MISCELLANEOUS
Poodles, ARC, Toy apricot
male popo. Championship
stock. 6wks. l-IoldfòrChrintmas, $110. 289-1859.
945-2525 Ext. 258
An Eijual Oppsrtu
Employer
ANDY FRAIN
FOIS.
O'Hare Airport
Full. or part time. Must be
21 or older. No polite record. Good health. Apply
25 W. Chicago Ave.
CHICAGO
STOCKMAN
Full or part time. Apply In
pprsen.
NORBERT POOLS
9141 N. Milwaukee Aver
STUDENTS WITH CAR
Earn $3 - $4 per br.
FULL TIME FOR XMAS
Also Satlirdayn 6 Part Time
Phone John Williams 774-5353
6141 W. Touhy
Hours: 8:30 A.M. - 400 P.M.
-
0proftt Sharing
ny paid holidays
pwchaae
Plus other company
benefits.
For interview. call
An Equal Opportunity Employer
THE KANE SERVICE
.
Ltheral vacations
NOW HIRING GUARDS
FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 ONLY
23 W. North Ave.
aFree medical Insurance
necessary. No delivering or
Cerne In for intelv.Tlew.
303 S. RIver Rd.
Dea Flameo
(Greek Flokati) $16G.
SECURITY, INC.
HELP WANTED MALE
DES PLAINES
TELEVISION
FOR SALE
Need te supplement your OScome? Have both with exciting BEELINE FASHIONS
967-9790.
$95.00 a .p
Call after 5 p.m. 966-0791.
FACTORY MATTRESS
and Oox Springs
$19.95 Each
wanted. ArVe?a Reataurant, 7041 W. Oaktsn, Nues.
T.V.'s FOR SALE
COLORED TV's
Middle aged lady will share
townhouse with same. Meet
DEERFIELD, ILL. 60015
Experienced waitress
StockIng Stuffere-Quality Gifts
Baby SitterWasied. FUIItISEIe
850 BRAND NEW MATFRESSES
collecting. Over 21.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
FOR THOSE WHO CARE
966-9360.
500 WAUKEGAN ROAD
724.8434 er 965-1038
-
.
824-3497
Deerbreok ShOppIng Center
Waukegan & Lake Cook Rds.
Deerfield
party plan. Car and phone
I
r-_-14'
have own bedroom forniture.
Austin & Dempeter Blvd.
LOVE CLOTHES?
J
I
STATIONERS
$400. or best offer.
KITCHENS OF SARA LEE
OponIng far FULL TIME men to he trained and assigned
to ene of the many accouES which we service in Chicago
sr suburbs Including Glenview and Northiake.
QUALiFICATIONS: American citizens, Over 21 years of
age. 5'6" or teller. Good health. Must be able to furnish
clear work, school or military record for lest 5 years.
BENEF1TS: Top pay plus many free fringe benefits. Uni
form furnished. 48-52 boor week.,
S6we
(94v '7dwe4 cd e.-.dI.caed
4cce44.e4, «ea i4t4 aft
65 Corvalr. Alito. trans. 5
new tires, all new parts.
MONTGOMERY WARD
SECURITY GUARDS
Chicago or Suburbs
.
o« ee
CitarEn School Ijistraictrens
Experienced individual ta
reach young ladles0 agov 7
w 16. goad grooming, poise.
manimrs. fashions andmakeup. Fbrmanent, full time positien. Apply Personnel De-
0! MII,,k.. e,.. a PsI,II,, Ed.
y
IMPORTS
6734 W. Dempoler
Morton Grove
965-6166
5620 W. DEMPSTER
I
RESTAURANT
FAR 'N NEAR
Closed Mon.
359.l
CLOTHES
'ojos
SNaLIS0 ATTIRE
20% OFF
WITH THIS AD
C.tkw J-s&
OPPORTUNITIES
tIte horseman.
SANTA HAS A
2705 N. Arlington Heights Rd.
Arlington HeIghts, lilinois
ou
OUTSTANDING
all ,yp.. At Che,.... PI,,I.
Interesting
Outstanding
IN3-4100
WENDY WARD
.
between 12-6 P.M..
I II
i
FOR SALE - AUTO
GOOd atsrting alteri!
Great Christmas Ideas for
Cb,i,t .o,go., , . H*IIy
Unusual
EXPERIENCED
An Equal Opporolnity Employer
312 234-4276
234-4639
CHRISTMAS
ARRANGEMENTS
BLOSM TYME
FLOWERS INC.
*COOKS
able in osAr
.
S.E. Corner Proslct Heights
i
BABY SITTER WANTED
permanent pasitiona avail-
MORTON GROVk
Y063010
signment quality tack and
riding appareL
Mease call
area cade.
Camp McDonald & Wolf Rck
ALAEDDIWS LAMP
ering plants.
HOURS 1-5 Daily
8200 N. LEHIGH
LEVIS
KNUPPER'S
CONTACT MISS BYRNE
ITT Hàrper Inc.
RE-SALE SHOP
DELIVERY SERVICE 537-3883
Inspected noveltlea 810w.
NICE CATS & DOGS
FOR ADOPTION
Excellent benefitS including Insurance
and Profit Sharing TrEiBt Fand.
TACK a zoos
731 W. Dundee Rd. Whesling
Visit i-5 p.m. daily
ORPHANS OF THE
STORM
To operaie newest typa keypunch machine. Prefer UNWAC
trained but will consider paevioso keypunching exparlence.
Hours 8 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.
GIFTS FOR THE
HORSEMAN
EVERYTHING FOR
THE HOME ARRANGER
CHRISTMAS
DECORATIONS
SaraÍF?
KEYPUNCH OPERATOR
.
ADOPT A PET
Morton Grava
Austin & Demgeter
RESTAURANT
.
THE
SERIOIß
t supplies.
jojos restaurant
¡ojos
2co
ALL
Has the finest selection of
OPPORTUNITIES
Ml. His., Randhunnt, Pal
297-2860
ASPEN SKI & SPORT
HELP WANTED MALE
AVAJLAm
SKI GIFTS
ANIMAL KINGDOM
i
. New family restaurant Is
Dvrfivld. III. 60018
500 WskstaO. Read
An Equal Oppartanisy Employer
Gt?r CERTIFIC&TFB
Items available. Coins and
Do stop In.
3
4Çí*N
stampa for the advanced &the
beginner.
OPEN EVERY NITE TUL
9 P.M. TUL CHRISTMAS
4t
GENEROUS BENEFITS
Call nIne for new classes
for January
Vests. Sarapes, Ponchos,
Purges, Shave Kits. Etc.
SpanIsh Records &Tapes.
WE'RE OPEN!.
hic rare bird
I PROFIT SHARING
o COMPANY CAFETERIA
I EREE MEDICAL INSURANCE
CALLTO INQUIRE AbOUT OTHER
Molders. Magazine lincho,
Coin and Stamp Estates apxalsed. Many Christmas gift
446-6467
Visit ous gift shop next door
(thE RARE BIRD)
BENEFIT PACKAGE INCLUDESs
DELORES EILER
Bchool Of Dancing
trou Candle and Fruit
'R
UNIVAC pedone'1 NON REPETITIVE job Applkstiona inolede
bUllai sed cocean55 PAYAITIv.
15 NE Arlington Hm. Rd.
1h
WORKWONDERS
i
' \ \'siiìs..
OUTSTANDING
KEYPWCH OPERATORS
ALPHA 3 NUMERIC
Most have U year se mare etçperi000e on any keypunch equipment
for Firmi ei January
wholesale prices. Direct
HELP WANTED FEMALE
I.IELPWANTEDFEMALE
.
ii
EASY MAINE - WHEELING - BUFFALO GROVE
r
GIft Certificates Available
Color TV's. Stereos, etc.
i
\\ '
- MORTON GROVE
GIFTS FOR
DORIS VAL
DANÇE STUDIÒ
PAY LESS
eAe SmNea'4 4eu . . .
ed a«d a«ied - ue eh
.NILES
.
DANCING
GIVE MORE
ìi
i
meBigie. Thúisday: llecasb r 16EhI971
.
.
i
I
FOR SALE - AUTO
65. CHEV. BEI AIRE 4 Dr.
6 CTh. Auto. Trans. I°ower
Steering. NeW Brakes. Frac.
t4ew Tires. One Owner.Very
Geod Condition. 450
966-6220
.
CLOSEOUTS
Surprlae your family for
Xmas. Min. Schnauzer papa.
9 wIes. old. AKC Reg. Champ
blood lissA. Excel. with chilAren. 965-1438 evenings
only.
Dish and Carry
S9BRAND NEW SOFA BEDS
Full Size Bed
Opon to
$109.95
Opon 6 days - Monday,
Thursday, Friday, 10-9.
Tuesday and Saturday, tO-
Adorable 6 wk. Minlunire
Schnauzer. poppies. Will hold
till, Christmas. ARC champ.
sired. $100. CL 9-4256.
5:30. Sunday, 12-5. Closed
Wedoendays.
Persian Kittens. Pet R Show
qua1lty. CFW & ACFArogistered. Shots. $100. 894-4625.
LENNY FINE INC.
1429 E. Palatine Rd.,
Arlington Heights. lii.
Pure German Shepherd poppies. Na papers. $25. 6 male
253-7355
and 2 tom. 6 wkO. Rained
Knight Armour, two swords
6 sheilds.
with kids. 529-3054.
Tuffaoy lamp.
with axe, hand
gauntlet
.Mlpj5tTj5e Schnauzer Male,
ears cropped, all shots.
carved treasure chest. Original Spanish oil painting.
Groomed and housebroken.
743-5468.
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
Piano - Guitar . AccordionOrgan & Voice. Private Inatructionn. home or studio.
Classic 6 popular music.
Richard L. Glannone
965-3281
PERSONALS
READER & ADVISER
Advise on barnEy 5ffalr,
busitiesa, marriage. Call
for appt.
296-2360 Or COy.9 to
9222 N. Greenwood Ave.
AcrossfromGolfMillShopping Center,
SIT. WANTED
Typing service at honoR. Can
pick up aBA deliver.
823-8354
837-1157
GROOMING
NATO'S
.
ALL
BREED GROOMING
Spruce up your pat for Else
NaIls
electro
holidays.
groomed (painless).
By Appointment Only
OFFERING FOR SALE
5 mo. old male Westie. Show
prospect. of champion parenEs. 299-8587.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Wasted good homefor 8 nie.
mate black cat. Excellent
disposition, Good with kids
& dogs. Call 827-7379.
WAÑTED TO BUY
Wanted to Buy. Tom Swift
& Danny Damne books - Call
Bob. 824-7906.
.
úibel.l
.1
.
.
CALL 692-2077 SUBURBAN ANSWERING SERVICE
All Name Brands
All Textures
Padding 8. Installation
Included
SHAGS
a PRINTS
9 x 12
SALE
WALLPAPER
WALLPAPER 5fl% OFF
ALI. AG
IM.LE TOS
WALLPAPER
JAZZ T»
WALLPAPER
$60
ROSINESS F00605
J 965-3900
More Paint WiTH THIS AD
965-0280
ANS CIVE CIV -
Call
4561406
PAINT GLASS & UAI.LPAPER
49 N. Soll Rd. WHEELING O 537-1525
ID., d,.IS
Alt C000ITIOH6D
6614 F10610
NOM
DEM?STEE A L(IIIGN COtTON 060V!
282-8575
"ADVERTISE
FRANK J. TURK & SONS INC.
u56
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TELEPHONE
MESSAGE
SERVICE
TELEPHONE 047-OCIO
Ç' CALL JACK
5:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
FRI. 8:00 a.m.-8:OO p.m.
SAT. 9:00 a.m.'-5:OO p.m.
44414 966-3900
REASONABLE PRICES
For free estimate
. MON thru THURS.
FOR DETAILS CALL
NILES. ILL 60640
trantewsys & KIICISGIIS.
967-6565
HOURS:
SERVICE.
7136 TOUHY AVENUE
pairs. CERAMIcS. MOSAIC
& VINYL. BathroomV. En-
MORTON GROVE
INDUSTRIES
o
ted by tite otata said that work
would be done width would rom- and leave it outdoors until you
piole work on ie storm sewer aro ready to place it in its base.
to eliminatO flooding and ail Use a base which holds water sod
streets would be fixed accordIng be sure that the water level is
to priority. The total amount of mals,taioed ail the time the tree
be ost at the timo of the flre
the chasgen placed on commIsI!tien by the county board for col-
lection of real estate taxes has
been -withdrawn. John Hilkin told
the board two centImes have been
Soot in by citizenS wisbIng to
serve on the Long Rouge plan010g Committee ,nd MartinMh
man said he had one more.
JoInt Northerg read the fol-
lowing ordinances. The first pro-
:y: FRI-SAT
w
-
DEC. 17-18
&AM
tAs?1/
BOSTON
510cc the lights should be ost if
they are sot home). What is loo
BUTTER CREAM FILLED
Fire Departmeots telo5do000 nuts-
STREUSEL
adults ore doiog all the above
ber? (965-2121). Where will the
entire family meet ootsido so that
a quick check cao be modo to be
sure that there io nobody left ioside who oeedo holp aodmay hove
to be reocued by the Fire Dopar»
ment?
Remember, a Çhristmao tree
will compleleiy boro aod ignite
all combustibles near it io o
matter of approximately do secondA. Do all of your emergency
plans taka thIs loto conoidera000?
Remember to make Fire Provention a year around habit. The
officers and meo of the Morbo
.
s
.Cßøtiquc
s
CHRISTMAS COOKIES, GINGERBREAD HOUSES,
STOLLENS, YULEKAGE COFFEE CAKES
RUM.& MOCHA TORTES
.
Uf SWLth
465-5146
7633 MILWAUKEE AVE. NILES
967-9393
Grove Fire Deportment wisb you
and yours a saie and happy Holiday Season.
Nordberg read aO ordisaoce iovolving the Ados Shalom templo
Io which a Special Use pormit
was requested to operate a fuE
service temple st 6945 Doms»
star. Since there were several
changes to he made lo the ordlnance the boarddeclded to defer
action willi the next meeting.
The next ordinance was aloe for
a Special Use permit sought by
An-thur Goebelt fur a revisioo 00
bis special ose granting permis-
sion for the cosstructioo of 12
sIngle roof covered gorogeo to
covered garages to he used for
parking by residents of bio conThe ordinance woo
dominions.
adopted.
OR 5-5924
e
for ado*ioa to approved
homes at nominal fees.
Visit the cam and dogs
,
.
.MEN'S
CUSTOM
HAIRPIECES
MARK iii
634 N. MILWAUKEE AV,
-
r-
WE ANSWER
I
I
Let our opecialislo rexir Iti
I
NORTHWEST CITY a
SUBURBAN SERVICE
HOLIDAY CORSAGES
i DIRECTORY.
Amana. Norge, Frigidaire
& Geizeral Electric
*
,
,
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
Ou1utMLkt&(lt,
INTHE
Ii BUSINESS
STORM
I
. EMERGFiCY SERVICE
. REASONAELE PRICES
966-1377
.
Riverwoods Rond
I 2200Decrileld.
Ill.
4534 Ocikton St., Skokie
.
YOU NEED FAST
OEPB.ANB 0F TB
e
Howard Upholstery
& Carpet Co.
AU Major Brando
MERCHANTI
FIND THE SERVIC
JOO - 5:00 p.m.
Best
nelection early in theweek.
timaté-Home Service
CHRISVMAS DECORATIONS
CARDS -- GIFTS
GIFT CERTIFICATES.
BEAUTIFUL POINSETTIAS
TO PATRONIZE
YOUR LOCAL
unwarran06d detention wait
673-6300
.
NUES
e ORNAMENTS
Poodles, Doberman and
SAVE 20% to 40%
TV SERVICE
SHOP
,CENTER PIECES
othero too numerous to
mention. These animale In
Chica9o, III. 60645
PASTRY
FLOWERS
6WREATHS
Re-UpheIstery Slipcover
a Drapery Sale
Free
Uy
KRISPY ROLL
WOOL SHAG 6.15 yd.
Ridge Ave.
'?tomo ***
*** eae(4e'c
German Sloe5oerds. PureSbred and mixed. Dalmation,
O
Reg. 1.00
COFFEE CAKE
CARPET SALE
:lønic
P-'
Reg. .09
CREAM PIE
Snow Routa Code by deleting 4
baS beon received stating that
(k
:
This should ost be oec0000ry if
part of the roum If oec0550ry.,.
vided for an amendmeut to the
.
Pg7
Lure off heat registers which w11
Is la the house.
6. Locate the Wee in tiso coolest
money to be spent In $5,056,053.
all coIning from MPT funds.
; Houndt also reported the pololic works dept. is removingSiges
on otroots 00 longer 003541501061
an snow routes. Dick Hohn reported he attended the meetIng of
Officers Mikula and Halas who
were sworn into the polite force
lest week ulolobed very 50gb io
their graduating class at the
Installation and Expert re-
0s ' 7024 GOLF RD.
FROM SUBURBAN
ANSWERING
metal ornament cus cause a short
.
circuit and fire.
_5. Parchaoe a freshly cot tree
which has been stored outdoors
EvanSton Police Academy. David
Cohen said that official ootice
Paints & Coatings
Stains - Varnishes
Brushes - Wallpaper
AND ECEIVE A
Do not ose aus' typo o! fions-
Ed Brice told the board.that
ROGER A. PETERSEN
HERE
LIGIfIING PURPOSES.
mable materIal as a decoration
around the baso uf the tres. Do
board
voted
to
table
aCtion. mo
not pot the electric trab or rare
the motion.
Herb Houndt read a report sot around the base ai the tree
detailing the 5 year status report as failing Itose! or ports of a
the NSTC.
PITTSBURGH
PAINTS DEALER
BUSINESS
- SHEET METAL
075 S.l. 740t0U30 5L
56t&Pd.fthlVNS0.
_
YOUR
AIR CONDITIONING _ HEATING
IMMEDIATE
PRINTING CO
53JO.RNSOIV
IF P
692-4176
7115 N.
WEDOING
o
INVITATIONS
CANDLES FOR CHRISThIAS
from Engineer George Holt dealjog with Street and sidewalk impo-ovementO. TIns report req000-
OULLPONS
CLOSE-OUTS IN STOCK
on Purchase of i Gallon or
Shop At Home Service
id5
ON UALLTEX
I'IEW SHIPMENT
FREE Complete 7 Inch Pan &
Roller Set or 10% Diocount
-COMPARE-
.
LETTCEHEADS
ENVELOPES
SOISINESS CASOS
PAINT SALE
ADULT cL*3S
Then SeeUs
CUbt&its
48 HOUR SERVICE
LUCKS. BORDERS, ETC. PAPEES AS LoW
AOSOSA11C
FAIR PRICES
IMMEDIATE PRINTING
WALLPAPER
DANCE STUDIO
for EXTERIOR USE. NEVER USE
oi-usteeo and he also moved that
no board acliOD 156 taken on any
appoint11flt noioso the partyshail
file 4 daYs helor a moelleS Or
unless S trustees ahnlisiave 1545
WALLPAPER
WALLPAPER
again cootInE
4 to 3 with Bode
doe doCidlOS VOtO. On the quenflUo of all agenda, Ashman moved
that 3 dayS before a1meetiog the
dhoistrator place a copy of the exterior of the hooso. use
only lights which are approved
the agenda in tile hands of ail
THEY WILL CONTACT THE ADVERTISER TO HAVE THE CALL RETURNED
8038 Milwaukee Ave..
Nues, Ill.
Mondo1
Ashmao1s molloo
board
IF YOU CAN'T CONTACT ANY OF THE DESIGNATED ADVERTISERS.
.L 2'off....JJoe
,fer oI
night Wes also out of order.Much
occurred and fionliy the
haggli°f
.
CONTRACT CARPETS
and it burns with a surprising
not In' order sod the
eUng ca'
k
blow directly upon tise tree and
ferocity.
Pretty lights are tbe heart of dry it out.
the beauty of the tred add nInny
Sometimes in spite of core a
timeS of the house. l'Petty lights fire will occur. Make sure that
can also be the cause of a Hoi!- your famIly koows what to do If
day tragedylfthsyareimproperly this should happoo. How do they
fused or an amgerage higker than get out of 1ko room where the
recommended or If thoy are de- trEe Is located? Who will run upfective. Make sUre they have the stairs and get the baby aod how
Underwriters Label and t heck will they theo get out? Who will
thOrn cagefuily for defects Auch roo 1001 door end call the Fire
as frayod wires or crackod soc- Department (Assign alteroateo If
kets before ¡sitting them up. Oo childreo are ed since they may
.
this Tons
...
continued from MG P.1
cninusd from MG. P.1
MartI1 Mhma5 said be was quo56d correcüy and he sold that
the board shouldIn becothe
this loVEs'equal parWer
said ho felt
C0h
tlgadOO. D
irec'
Wrning
'ftc ßiIgIÒ ThofIday
; PHONE
299-86 ,7
I
I GENIE'S RUBBER
T
.
STAMP
SERVICE
L
P. 0. BOX 684
V
PARK RIDGE, ILL 60068
V
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.
Coofl.oni . Dap.ndabla TalepI.on. L Melt Od.m
.
.. .!!0!PtIV Handl.d
I
I
Only 89t a dozen for our
delicious fancy french crullerS
TELEPHONES
"ce
44IA
DonOin Doo'OIa ¡0 h avingoFron oh CwlIOr Forsch
VelIlcal Vivo 0 FrancO ! Enjoy our renoS F0511061
BUSINESS HOURS
RESIDENZSAI.. HOURS
6HOURLV-WEEKLY
MONTHLY-24 HOURS
-
Mode with I,e,h egg'. Otto, eod, Dal. 24Ih
WAKE-UP SERVICE
MAIL ADDRESS
DESK/OPPICE SPACE
OSE OUR NUMBER
OR
YOUR NUMBER
SUBURBAN
MIkES!LORAL
F-6üb eWsey Seer Mur,.
- .
8080 MILW.AÚKEE AVE. (at Oriole Ave.) NILES
692-2077
One block north of Devon
.
CLOSED CHRISTMAS DÀY
.
;
.
SHOP
6500 N. MILWAUKEE
Sur.
T. your b1S Rr
.
ANSWERING SERVICE
CALL
Yoir Gold Medal Community Florist
.
h-OPEN SUNDAYS
OPEN 6 Ail. Dtt. 261h
.
b,On.flE
NEI-0040.--NE-O077,
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