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istriet 207 approves 1980-81 staffing plan
2O7 approved a staffiag plan for
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ciat reotrictioos.
The lOft staffiog
the 198001 school year which will
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two years, no tenuied tachera
those havingcompIeted wo
ptao
designates that 34 firat year
teachiog positions.
tenured teachers because of
prohati000ry teachers will be
terminated aod that.oixsecood
yearprohationarystaffmembero
The ochool district carreatly
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teachers in the four Mame High
Schools This is the second coo-
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.ao'aresnit of attrition, thacher pear, Dr. Short said, mont of the
resignätlons and retirements - positions are-in the area 5f
years ofoervice with DIstrict 207 .qjisliifsg Up positions, Dr Richard required courues, such an..
.Slh!t; Superintèndent of Schools,. English, sucial studien, science
witt he released.
In 197f aod 1979 the. Board of reported. Hé advised that all-of and physical educaBan.
Edocatioo had to tay. off 16 those tenured teachers released
He esplatoed, "The fact that
secutive year that District 207
hashadtoeliminatemorethan35
tea hIng P0 ittons becaus of
declining eorothneot aod finan-
At its March 24 meeting,the
Board of hducation of Maine
T wnship High School 01st let
because of declining enrollment
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will he released. Uolike Ihe past
clearly mandates -where staff
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reductionnmsint occur. There are
Canttnuedonroge 20..
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be eliminated for the l980-tl,
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Polls open from noon to 8 p.m.
Village ofNiles
Edition
Bt5ob MIocot
we anticipate 000 fewer students
sent year than wehave presently.
were, giventhe opportunity to
returntoDistrtct207
.dectioiog eorollmeot and
decreasing reveoaes. The
majority of those teoured
teachers released were rehired
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VOL 23 NO 42 THE BUGLE THuRSDAY APRIL3 i9O
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.y David (Bod) Besser
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We have long had a policy not to print letters the
week. precedmg an electisa coocerntng candidatos and
tannes. Obvtoasly, if we pahlished them, those candidates
who arèoupported or criticized have an anfair advantage or
disadvantage, since rehuttal letters cannot be printed until
afterthe election.
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The battle io the lthrary dmtriel concerno the older hoard
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members trying lo defeal newer hoard member Harry
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Festine.
Early Sooday moratag we received a telephone call from
older hoard memher Marty Hodeo teUlog us a wrtte-ir. caodidate woald actively be seeking a hoard memherpooilion,
and Hades implied he would he napportiog his candidacy.
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Monday morning we received letters from anotherolder
heard memhor, Ldoyd thiel, awiformer hoard member,
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Lois Grant, beth of whom are rsoniog with Pestbse for the
lwoopenlngn forthe Oyear term.
Hodes, Gillet and Grant seemed tohave joioed forces wilh
thé write-in candidate in their attemptuto defeat Pestine.
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Oakton Board election
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Four candidates have filed
nominating. petitions for the
.. Oakton Commuotty College
Bard eteclion scheduled for
: April 12. Attise election, voters
., ,will,selnct two trustees for full
tersisk of three years each, and
.... .onetrustee to filIthe lhirdyear of
the uoenpired lerm.of Christine
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Anderson, Chairman of the Board
of Truoteeo at Oákton Cornmnnity College.
An5 election for the Board of .. Absentee ballots are suw
Trustees - of- the Ribes Public - . available for tls Nitos Library
Library District wilt he held on Board of Trustees election.
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"cèÚSUs"
L[FTHAND
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Candidates are Greg Rohen
Goslia, Gleoview; Janet Juckett,
Park Ridge; and Ralph M.
toren, Wilmette, who are
seektog electton for full three
year terms; and Cecile Vye,
Wilmette, who is seeking election
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forlhe one yearterm;
Ms. Anderson resigued from
the Board, effective April 11,
i0o, hbeause she and her family
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Voters whdwillnot be in the
Tuesdqy,pñl t.,......
. district on -Tuenday,April 8, eIerPolls will hespes from.12 soon - tion day, or whowill he observing
io 0 p,.n?. Nibesilds living oorth of a reltgioau.hulidáj, or those who
Dempoter nl. will vote at the NOes are,ill sad physicallyuoable to
Brànch Library, 9010 Milwaukee
come lo,the polling places may
Although
Riles .ctttzens
received cousus istmo addressed
lo Çhicago, Illinois, the surveys
are coded and will he vomited as
Rilen: Residents may cross out
ave. Those residikg osoth of
Dempster sl. will- vote is the
Chicago and wrtte ta Nibs if they
sodestre.
Malo Library, 6OtOOaktonst.
receive aboeatee haUsto by applying to Harry Festine, the elec.
tino elects.
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full terms of t years each are:
Park District's aosual Easter
party on April 5 81 Grennan
board in Judith J. Czysewicz (in-.
Harry Postine (elected incombent! and Lots B. Grant: Unopposed for a 4-year term on the
Heights Gym, 8255 Okolo ave.
combent(. Also unopposed and
seeking a .2- year term in Irene
The fon starts at l--p.th. Peler
Costello(iocumhent(.
Cottootatl will joinm for all sorts
of games, . goodteu and prizes!
Why not bring a camera and take
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April 3 or io person prior to 4pril
5. Requests for ballots should be
Lloyd Gibbet (elected incumbent!,
Be sore not to miss the Nibs
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The applications can he obtamed thrsogh the mail prior to
Candidates seeking to liii two
Park District
Easter party
mailed lo Harry Festine, Eierttoo Clerk, at the Main Library,
6566 Okt00 st., NOes, Ill. 60648,
or picked up is persan at the
Main, Branch or Bookmobile
libraries.
Térrapin members
a pictare 01 yoor chtld with
everybody's "forry friend".
Children of all ages are tovited
and though there is no cost, pou
can he sore there will he lots of
laughter andfan forait!
Free blood
pressure
readings
FREE hbond pressure readinga
will be taken on Thursday, Apnil3
from 4 liii t p.m. at the Nues Ad-
ministration. Building,
7601
Milwaukee ave. No appointment
in necessary, wattiog is osually
minimal.
Take a few minutes and find
ont If you have high blood
There are no 5pmptnmn 50 you have no. way of
knowing your pressdrn in
pressure.
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elevated unless you have regular
blood pressare readings taken.
Hypertension .ia treatable with
medication and should he started
at the earliest indicattun for
nsaximum benefit.
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Peggy Thompson, Dan Jenuen, Heather GriseO, Jeff Nonkervin,
Sharon Jeyce,and Steve Dickson will present featured nombers in
the-Terrapin ohow, 'Games People Play", ta he presented April17
at 7:30 and April lI and 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets will be ävallahle at the
door.
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The Bagle, Tharaday, Aprils, 1950
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The Bugle, Thurlilay, AprilI, 1900
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Gabriel's nine-stage valving for better
resistance to fade. Many other shocks have
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The Minetli-Bros..
MEMBER OF NILES CHAMBER OF COMMERCEAND INDUSTRY
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Red Ryder, twoin many others.
An 'O" ring piston seal to make sure the
fluid flows through the valving instead of
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Replace your shocks with an dvanced
concept in shock absorbers, computertubed Red Ryders. Computer tuningis a
new development that smooths your
ride over all type's of roads on regular or
radial tires, Plus a forty percent bigger
piston than standard shoks, to give you
firm control and hapdling.
ATOUR
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A computer-tuned
replacement shock with a
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NILES
PHONE:
965-1 31 5
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News for all Niles Seniors from
The Trident Center .
8060 Oakton St., Nues - 967-6100, Ext. 76
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GOOD FRIDAY
The Center will he closedGood Friday, April 4, 1910. A blessed
and joy000 Easter season tuaIt.
BLOODPRF.SSURECHECKS
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Att Wiles residents-can hove their blend pressare checked at
no charge the Brot Thursday of the month from 4 p.m. until I
p.m. ut the Wiles Admintotrotion offices ut 7601 N. Milwankee
ave. April's blood pressure cbeek will be beld on Thnrsday,
April3from 4p.m. ontill p.m.
DRWER'S TRAINING
Driver's Tramingfor senior cittuenu wilt be betd tbe first three
Mondoy mornings (10 am. until noon) in April, on the 7th, 14th,
NUes Village Clerk Frank C. Wagnet, Jr, i
showing hin ceoous questionnaire losnmé Nilés
and lIst. Pre-reglstrattoo is required. For more information,
00db register, pieuse eailthe center.
Golbach, Louis Museolieo, Josephine Mores, John
Chrisode, Gary Riothü, LillianRofo ood William
BINGO
citizens. Shown (l-r) are: Frank WiehlaeAl :Ortlund.
Bingo will be held on Tneoday, April 8 at l30 p.m.
For the first time io ten years
headqo5rtero its Maryland. No
hearing on the money we receive
from revenue oburing, motor turi
population of the ViSage of Nifes,
queìtiaiiñàtrewiif be trSnsmitted
to:lhe cörnpfster.The renom does
t 5k f s
1 s e ty 00m
tax, ohne and federal aids and
States. Thiswillhepossihle after .. upaï.-eèivtrg.mis .censun
are utroogly nrging all Nues
theiru.S.CensnsQueoti000aire.
After the completed questionnoires ore mailed bock they are.
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we will sono know the exact . names orkhlresoen from the
aod for that matter the total
p putat os of th Stat of Ill
grants." Cootinned Wagner,
"The U.S. Ceosuu in ooly token
every ten yeuro aod Ibis time we
qufsttokpaie, Nitro Village
all cttioenn receive and send hack
eubeos to "stand up und be cows-
Cierle; Franh C. Wagner, Jr.,
stated, "lt invitaI. to nor corn.
Ifyon, os u Wiles resident, bave
any qoeotions regardiog tIse cessus, call Mn; Mary Magonudo at
the Administration Building, 7t01
rnuoit'.-ttfat. kil. f sor reoideolo
processed and automatically :.:005weroodrnail.hockthsir com-
transmitted electronically to . plelod. questionnaire an nor
computers of. theceosus borrnn
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populotlqn tigure .- boo o direct
Milwaukee ave., phone 9f7-ttOO.
Preregiotration bytelephoneiurequtred.
INCOMETA3CASSISTANCE
NiIm Seniors cao have their state and federal income tax fermo filled sot atoo charge on Tuesday, AprilI, Wednesday, April
9 and Fridoy,Aprilll from 9 am. outil soon. Please call in advance toran appointment.
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I74COMETAXCONSULTANT
Queutions about income taxes and income tax fornas can be
onswered at no charge by unr income tan coosoltant on Friday,
April 11 and from 1f am. until noon. Qoentions cao be answered.
either overthe phone orinpei000. No appointissent is necessary,
and inquiries Ore bandledos ofirslrome, 00-nt-served basis.,
LEGAL AIDWILLS
A representative Orsm the Cook County Legal Auuistance
Foundation will he ut the Wiles Senior Center to amwer
OCCTrustée :C andidates. in open forum
questiom ahntet wills on Friday, April 11 from 9 am. atti neon.
AO 000 forom tor caothdateo
J5ckett Pak Ridge; and Ralpb
Grove, from B3O am. lo 4 p.m.
College Boord of Trustees wdl be
M Gorety, Wetmelte. Coodidoteo
foe tise oyeyn r Ceceo are Cectle
Monday throngh Friday. The last
doy for applytug by rnàil fur un
ubseolee-boUst io April 7. Voters
muy apply ix peroon notul 4 p.m.
O.sFriduy,.April 11 at 11 am, there will he a book review witb
Linda Bigafrumthe Wiles Public Library. All ore welcome inat'tend.
for the Oaktoo Coonosoosty
held Tuesday, A5rit B from I tu
23O p.m. m Budding f o the 0CC
Compon, Oolotoo und Noglc, M r-
tonGrove.
Candidates for the Bonrd of
Trustees electioo o April 12 for
the three year erano are: (ire g
R. Goslm, Gleovtew; Juoet T
Vye, Wuedhn lord D. Ingeborg
0orlol, GIc5 see..
Applieduonu for absentee
ballotoThrthe election may be ohng, calling, or aptooled 1 i
plywg iv r is to the Office of
the Vire
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dent for Business
ui ìd Suiosce1 Building 3, Morton
Ptease coil for an appointment, as they are necessary.
FORAS LONG
Friday,Aprilll.
Tu apply by telephone for an
a slide show on the schedaled May 2./4 trip te St. Lests. Ail are
welcometu attendthiu slideobuwpreoentattoa.
AS YOU OWN
absentee ballot or to obtain oIlier
election information, contact Ibé
Office for Bnutnenn und Finance
SJB Golden Agers
YOUR CAR
0t967.512f, ext. 373.
Election boors on April 12 ore
thooe of the uoderlying elemen- tory yod high scbool diotriclu. All
VOlérs mnut he registered and
reuidents ofthecoltege dish-tel.
to::AIIi
Happy..
Easter Bake Sale
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The Women's Auxiliary of the
Nues Police Deportment will
ir Our
havetbe onnool Easter Babe Sole
at the First Nali000l Book of
Basket I
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Wiles, 71ff W. Oakton, os tutorday, April 4 from 9 0m. till ll3f
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3 lb. tin
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President George Hail bm chosen bis ebairpeople for this
year's endeavoro. Stanley Guident, Program; Ida Pualetti,
Kitchen; SuaubineLady.Ma.ieWaak, Activities Betty Beerh.
This well ebenen gruop pInos to give us a good deal of f.m and
happiness inibe monlhs to come with parties, trips and goodies
at all nne meetings. In fact, at a meeting of these peópl&and the.
board of direetörs scbedotedfur'Ihe afternoon ofApril 1 they are
getlingplam underway.
Due important affair will be one "While Elepbant" sale Sandoy, April 13 from93f am. till 2:30p.m. IntheSt. John Brebeaf
Gym! Please remember to call Dorothy Warmonus, 967-7779, or
George Hull, 966.6916, if you have anytbing pdo would likito
donate forthis sole.
- Stanley Goodechi's trip tu the Seniors' Mans at Holy Name
Cothedrol, which inclodes lunch at theComo Ion in Chicago,
was sold sut..Stao bas two more trips in the making. A point to
remember in when 6-ene trips are offered, it's first come, finsI
served.
Birthdoys for March Mary Borris, Sophie LIsten, Catherine
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EASTEO HOUOP. .
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647.9264
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Pbone 966-3080-1-t-4
Pnblinbrd Weeklyo.. Tharoday
ta Sfllen, IllinoIs
Second Ctasu pontage for
The Bogie paid at Chicago, ill.
Saberipttun rate (h. advance)
Perstagle copy
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One year
$7.98
Two yearn
$13.98
Three yearn
$17.98
1 yearSenlorClttzea
$5.10
1 year (oat.08-eonnty) . $11,08
1 year (foreIgn)
$18.08
All APO adurensen an for
Servicemen
$150f
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sor April schedule
April 14 Greg Starb of the University nf Illinois Speakers'
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Burean will talk on "Gordening' incloding tips os vegetable
gardenisg, when to souri planting poor ftuwers and plants fer
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WE ACCEPT VISA AND'
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Everyone io invited lo the weekly Coffee Talles at the Senior
Adult Center of Leaning Tower Family "Y" every Monday
morning ot 11 am. Aguestupeokeris invited to give an bofos-mal
lecture on timely topics of interest to Seniors. The following is
spring ond bog oodweed control.
April 21 Dich Leider, District Snpl. uf Northern llltñuin Gas
Company, will talk on energy saving, bow in comerve gas and
save money sothe gas bill.
April 28 Ita Lone from Nileu Savings Bash will talon "How
to Make the Most of Yonravings Dollar".
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MASTER CHARGE
TURBO-FLOW'
Vol, 23, Nu. 42, April 3, 1180
8746 N. Shermer Rd.
NECESSARY)
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Provoneano, Pouline Saterinu, Kitty Siegel, Katberina Steiger,
Robert Steiger, Nellie Williams, Mary Clerey. To them, and
members whose hirlhdale we did not get yet, we wink you many
more happy oses.
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Members wilh wedding anoiversory dotesin the coming moelbs, please lint them with os.
Editorand Poblisber
(PIOOF OF PURCHASE
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Mary LuG, Bersord Mojewuki, Josephine Minnelti, Joan
DavId Besser
Not only is the Maremont TurboRoTh1 a premium türbodesigned muffler that carries a lifetime warranty, but it's easy 'to
install. And when you install the Turbo-Flow you save twke. You
can poCket both the money it would 'cost to have it installed; and
the money from the extra gas savings its improved performance
can help you get.
What's more, the Turbo-How muffler reduces backpressure,**
increases horsepower, and puts a mellow purr back into your
exhaust system.
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Ask for Turbo-Row and all the exhaust accessories you need at
any of the service locations listed below.
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Virginia Johnson, 51db Kledaik, Moryltnilinr, Steve Bucblner,
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Gmoelly, Slanley Guadechi, Corrine Hail, Patricia Hank,
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TRAVEL SLIDE 5100W
On Friday, April 11 at Z Discovery Travel Service will preuenl
scheduled from noon nestS 7 p.m.
Potliogpincen will he the same an
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4 ROYAL WELCOME
RECOMMENDED ROSINESS
7007 N Milwaukee Ave. Nues, Illinois
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s.I.J. 55 Plus Beer, Banjo, Gay 90's Part-y
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Antique- bikes at. Oak Mill Mall
The NusLions Big-
Event
The largest collection of an-S
Mill Mall in Miles.
collection
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Not". The youngest oftke hikes is
eneru5o years old. In the.begio-
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the name a! Mrs Blonmer il
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caused the firotmajor chooge in
order will he al 7M p.m. at the
Chamhers Reotaoraot, 6801 N.
.
Milwaukee ave., Niles.
The nominating committee hasP
cerne up with a slate of officers lo
They are President, Lion Ross
McAatdrew; Secretary, Lion Walt
)Chicke) Glariana.
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,v
Helden; Treasurer, Lion Dennis
Borne; let Vice President, Lion
Wall Scosse; 2nd-Vice Preoident,
anosseocen Ike seed foc buter
. hodseo within oneth und northwest Cook County conmsuoilieo in
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oeitical. Homes are needed One
chddcen living-ia these osees who
eec enable to reside with tkeir
Owe families fer tompseary nr
estended time periods.
Directors, Lisos Steve Dawiec,
Roy Berqsiet, Bill Angus, Jeff
The Dempoetmeect of Childcon
nod Family Services 1979 Child
Abose and Neglect enoord, elates
that tkeee weee 24,807 eeporlu si.
Wetendorf and Tany Huhick.
Let's all get oat to vote at this Im-
portant meeting. Nominatioos
will aleo he taken from the floor. Here io yam' chaoce to voice your
wishes for your Nilee Lions, and
have Iso doing it.Hspe te see you
tonight!
Sharon.
.
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suspected. abuse sad secbeot.
This was no 04% become 00er
s
axed northwest Cook Cesoety.
Central Beptiot Femily Servicen
io a non-oeotaeian Child WeItem
Robert P. Hunrahan, Niles
EASTER WEEK HOURS:
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HI FiBER WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
Tanja Faroao leeks on in disbelief at a bicycle that was made
from a brans bed and ridden tn work daily ber ten years. Featured
in "Ripley's", the bed bike and others wilt appearthrough Eaoter
atIbe Oak Mill MaU io Nitos.
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improced ils roads (making way
for the coming autsmebile), Ihe
ball bearing wan inventad,
hall000 tires became associated
bicycle shops came tk airplane.
Itwaoiecredihle!
with the wheol, and ont ob tho
Easter Sunday.
LargeSelecilee efTnrtesfur every occasion
SÇflZflEd
EWO/lGfl !PL'!
r &nlinzJztat E7EZ J?OOfli
Thehistoric enleihit will remain
al the Oak Mill Mall tbrangh
Te Collie YearOrder965-5888
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965.5680
OAK MILL MALL
7900 N. MILWAUKEE NILEB, ILlINOIS
Mon. thru Thurs.
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9 AM to 10 PM
Fri. fr Sat.
8800 N. MILWAUKEE AVE.
NILES, ILL, 60648
9AMtull PM
Sunday
lOAM to8PM
FREE PARKING
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EARLY TIMES
STRAIGHT WHISKEY
,BllPreof
1.75Liter
Buy-Your
Lottery Tickets Here1
In arder to
homeowner most have reached
agency.
his orher 65th hirthddy by Jan. 1,
1980 and moot have occupied as
gniegeeppnet team peofeosinnally
property fer which the-enemption
is esught, and most he the owner
monthly otipend to help defray
ooppoet costs. The applioatioo
process includes interviewn end
Jan. 1, 1980.
pro-service treioieg that enakleo
inboreoted perenne to careftatly
weigh-their deoinion hi he footer
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1.75 Liter
woeh in e team efboet with the
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WINES
SOUTHERN
COMFORT
Footer parents 00es enpect the
hi provide tratesieg, on-
BO Proof
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Hrn.a*r
trained casework staff. and n
their principal residence the
Senior citizens should bring a
recent lax bill, proof of age, and
proof of ownership. Far further
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750 ML.
Tawnehip Assessor's Office at
FRENCH
CHAMPAGNE
$Q99
Family Services, Latee Voto et
673-9380.
312) 356.1021.
1.5 Liter
LANSON
pareato. Peronno interacted or
seeking more information ore
urged hi phone Central Bnptint
information, please call the Miles
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Library election
absentee
ballots
Did you know that April 8, io
not only the last 4ay of Posoaver,
U.S.D.A PRIME end CHOICE MEATS
aed lin,h S eCein
patient end lléoJbIe with children
sowaS as williegnesnto learn and
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U.S.D.A.
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SPLIT SIDRS
WHITIING
HLLEIS
Niles
of record st the property se of
Pdo,, eobaetle ehntp)?)
Att I, ccc, a,de,
ieatude eunice,
ie,appine. and.ltoeh f ,eekn o. Eae,y
Reaaefl Inoeae, e,der yia,enlee d. Att
I, e.,,, este,, eco eid nl kongina
80Z,CACH
with foster care oervice include
the ebility to ewpnthizo end be.
apply- the
FREE - DELIVERY
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child, mey qoeli' hi be footer
parents. Qoolities compatible
Oaktooet., Skokie.
Miles
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wed. A Set. only
D4ie.Ñ. nASA Il nie .1 en ele, e
6247N. MILWAUKEE AVE
citizens in applying fer the
April 11 - 9 am. to 12 noon
Savings and Loan
Association, 7977 Dempster,
i 121 Depot Street f Glenview, III. 60025
LEG OF LAMB
PORK TENDERLOIN
KUCZAK SAUSAGE SHOPPE
Married or siegle adaits who arr
at least twanty-000 25) years old
end who have eotm space io their
borne, and aro wilhieg to ebano
their heme, Iseo end familywith a
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Shokie Office on Aging, 4436
IN GOURMET MEAPS
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, A NEW ADVENTURE
Wa thank att our hands and necghbsrs ter your suppott du,ing out
3 rdyear in h acommun ty and we hope hot w ewittountinue n
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follawing lacationst
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CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY,
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
p,ouida you with ha kind of quality and se,vioe that we p,ide
ourSaluaS on, tot many mo,e yee,s n come. And in the Polish
M EATS, INC.
usoeR
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affihoted with any eeigioon or-
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Homestead Exemption at the
HOLY SATURDAY,7 AM. In 3 P.M.
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neriloes for Gosh, Lake end
MoHeesry c000ties. The children
we servo are lilinais Atete wards.
Our uncial oervires are cml
today that dornig the week af
April 7 tkru 11 a repreoentative
frano lsieofficewill assist senior
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Aceecy that provien foster care
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Township Assessor, announced
Oar DanciogDarliogs were Can.Can Leader Mickey Likoear and
)l to r) Ano Larsao, Heleo Jach, Helen- Urampkin, Millie Tinope.
and Encello Gloriana. .
1978, mud 107% increone over
1977. lt in estimated many moxa.
osseo nf child abose med negleot
will be reported this year. Some
of these children reside in north
.
Homestead
Exeniption
seliiors' aid
Oar Sing-A-Lang wader who really had us singing was Sister
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Central Buptist Family Servicee
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MARZIPAN EGGS
RUM FILLING
SMALL
9.80*890
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woman's fashioos ias400 years;
Becasee nf ils needs the oatioo
Seek fosterhonies
be preeeoted at this meeting.
Lion Bill Cornelius; 3rd Vice
President, Lien George Kauffmun; Talltwister, Lion- Dave
Hoppe; Lion Tamer, Lion
Clarence Willert; 2 year Directsr, Lina Roy Makela; 1 -year
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; alrenu;: ladyby
Linos add yoor gneela. mecaS to
Lindkerg, Millie Timpe and in the cenler, oar Mystery Lady
offers oemething
omnioalas well as nostalgie.
Many. ef the bikes hace ap-
meeting lo attend for. all you
55 PItes DaeciegDarlinge were )l to r) Roeella Gloriana, Ano
Larson, Mickey Likosr, Florence Leocieni, Helen Uramphin, loa
WITH
conlaining -thirteen guns, the
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Gore, Eleanor Braun, Florence LeocioOl& Peggy Schulist.
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Featuring hicyclee that are 10
feet lull, made from hrartheds,
.
Anytime you hove the Gavernor from Liens District l-F Dope
Terril come te yew' local club'n
meeting, It's a big event. Coapte thatvisit with a Ladies Night and
yeor election of Lleno Club afficers and you have a Big, Big
Event)
Thursday,- April 3 wifi the the
(L to r) William Braun, Mary Del Vecchio, J0 Browo, Frances
Batelli, who made the beaUtiful Banjo cake, Sole Batelli, Helen
'Marsipan Rahhita 'Chlcken&Eggs
'LanqhswlthWhite
orBrewn Chocelate Covering
.
'Tray wlthEaster Coekleu&Eester Stentino
Maraípao Tortes with White er Chocolate Covering
CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY
tique bicycles to tour the country
is currently on eulsibit at the Oak
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kot aleo an election day?
Itusro is! The Miles Puhllc
lJbeuey DisteiCtWI]1 candeal en
election foe the pus'peue el
electing four l'rustees.
Db not fret, Heny penSAse, the
Election Clerh forthe Ubrery hua
Bes ebeautee hallal f you.
.
Community blood
drive
AS Dn Plaines eesidents eligible
hi donate blond ere urged to
participate in the Coonentanity
Blood Drive hi be held Tuesday,
April lath, between Ike knoeo nf 3
end 7:30PM. The blend delve notti
ooesserofGraoelendandThetoleet.
To eckedole- an appniotxsnrnt te
donete call Iteirdre BAllten et
,y,atItfl I
n
SIAPPY
EAFFER
MATEUS
WINE
FreeTasting Fri. & Sat.
ROSE' - WHITE
IMPORTED JAPANESE
SUNTORY BONZA!
VODKA
be held at the poblio library,
That's rightyou can voto end
ohaerne penne1., both at the eeese
time. Il you hove any queetieeOi
call the Libraey at 967-8554.
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OLD STYLE
BEER
FREE
5O LOTIERY TICKET
with purchase of each
FRENCH or GERMAN
BOTILE OF WINE
OVER '4.00
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24-12 OZ. CANS
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ICHI*ÇH AND TEMPLE NOTES
Hebrew College honOrs Rabbi Well
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Saint John Latheran Church,
7429 N. Milwanhee ave., near
Harlem, Nues, will hold special
services daring Holy Week and
On Easter Sunday. On Maundy
to at 9:36 am. Both Services wiij
fealare specinl music by
. Dorothy Kaso
the
Adult Choir of Saint Joins, under
Dorothy Kuss, 72, died Mondal, March 24 in the Resorrec-.
ttsn Nursing Home. Mrs. Kuss
(nec Bollentino) was hors, Feb.
the direction of Miss Eures
Scbiewe, and tho celebration of
Thnrnday, April 3, Holy Com- The Lord's Supper. Pastor
msnlon will be celebrated at a Neuberger will be preaching un
Service beginning at 7:30 p.m. the theme, "The Glortóco Trism.
The Rev. Harold A. Nesberger, pbsfourLordjenus".
Jr., Pastor of the Church, will
Immediately following the
deliver Se meditation on the Easter Sunrise Service,
"tenebrae" in a Latin term day mornings are 8, und
(Rose Mary) Kaon of Nues. Mr.
Kann tu the owner of Golf Mill
Shell station. Fond grandmother of Jackie (Skip)
Carino,
Dorne
(Andy)
RabbiBeazion Wellwasrecenuyhonoredbythe
aphutuai leader, making the presentation to Rabbi
Benzina Well, honoree; Mro, Debbie Cole, Maine
Hebrew Theological College and the Maine Town-
ship Jewish Congregation for sixteen yearn of
professional teaching services to the
.
Cangregaison.
Township Jewish Congregation Sisterhood
president; Mrs. Sherri Berhowito, chairperson of
the Loyalty Lancbeon; Rahhi Israel Fiobweicher,
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Shown above, I to r, are: Donald BoRner,
Congregation President; Rabbi Don Well, non of
the honoree and guest speaber; Rahbi Jay Rar-
Director of Development of the Hehrew
.
zen, Maine Township Jewish Congregation
Y?m
Haatzmaut
A amily type
celebration
EdisonPark
Lutheran
marking Israel's 32nd year of Independence (Yom Ilaatolnaat) is
being sponsoredan Sunday, April
The Good Friday Veiling Services at Edison Path Lntheran
Charcb, Avondale and Oliphant
aves., Chicago, will fosfore the
20 from t p.m. to Midnight by
Mayer Kaplan J.C.C., Bernard
Horwicb J.C.C. and Chicago
Zionist Federation at Bernàrd
Veiling of the Altar Cross, the
readingoftbesevenLantworth,
Horwieb J.C.C., 3003 W. Touby,
Chkago. Call 675-2200.
Fees are: Malts $2 ($2.50 at
thedoor); Children, $1.
and npeciel monic by the Choirs.
Services will be held twice, at the
hosts of 6 p.m. and 7r45 p.m.,
April 14. The meditation will be,
"Meen. Itis finished."
The wooden cross, winch stan-
areshopping
for homeowners
ínsura&e, fln
usualiytheir
do at the Altar doriog Lent, is
made from the tronk of ose of the
Chnrch'o former Christmas
trees. It will he onveiled at the
Easter Sunrise Service at 5:20
Iasfop!'
am. CST Easter morning,
decorated with flowers and
greenerya heaatifslreminderof
the close relationship between
If you're Shopporg, jod oui
ii I can save you mooey.
Come n, or goe me a Call.
the birth, death, and incarnation
of oor Lord. Worshippers
traditionally leave the Sanctoary
in silence at the clone of the Ser-
FRANK
PARKINSON
7745 MILWAUKEE AVE
Nies, II.. 60648
967-5545
lAke a good
neághbor,
State Farm
As there.
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STATE FARM FIRE
AND CASUALTO COMPANY
.00me OIl!ce
BICo,argron. flflnors
TheologicalCollege, coordinator of tbe Loncheon
fortheHehrewTheological College.
vice, with nome remaining for
.
meditationinthepewo.
During Holy Weeb, Commontos Services will be at 7:30
p.m. on: Tnenday, "Md lead us
Ont into temptation"; Wed-
neoday, "But deliver no from
evil"; and Thursday, "For Thine
n the kingdom, the power and the
glory forever and ever, Amen."
Communion for those who cannot
attend evening Services will be
Thnrodayafternoon, all p.m.
NSJC
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Thoroday evening April 3 services will lin held at 7r30 p.m. at
am. with The Sacrament of Holy
narrator andall the characters of
3com' toot days. Using the Scrip-
o'clock Service on the first and
Adult Choir of Saint'Jsbn, under
Lawrence Al. Charney and Cantor
Joel J. Reznick.
follswissg the close of the Second
Schiewe, will nmg several oetec-
is served between Services fonr
George Hundel.
Special times hnve been choses
Newmenobers are welcomed into
the Congregation ofllaint John at
tions from The Messiah by times a year sr ad announced.
for the Eanter Services differing these times. Sunday School
- from the regular Sunday worship clames are offered between Serhours. An Eaoter Sunrise Service vices st 9:15 am. far all ages,
is scheduled to begin at 6:30 am. ' pre-scboolern through teenagers,
The Easter Festival Service star- andalusfor the adslts.
will herutd the arrival of Easter
at the Sw,rioe Service, 5:20 am.
Easter moruing at Edison Park
Lstheran Church, Avondate and
Oliphant aven., Chicago. The
6:30p.m. and aaction 7 p.m. Free
admission. Dr. Al Korach will he
the aoctioneer. The aoction is
open lo everyone.
Northwest Suburban Dinner
Dance will be held on Sooday,
June 8 with Romeo Melts Or.
chentra and the famoso
"Polayn".
Singles Scene Dance will he
held Sanday, April 20 in the
Friedman Social Hall ut 8 p.m.
Admission is $3.
Sisterhood Len Box sale will be
held Sunday, April 13. Coot in
$7.56 per box. Contact the office
for Len Bon sale slips.
Senior Friendship Guild will
meet in the month of April on the
15th and 29th, dse to the bolidayn.
Dempster, Marino Grove, will
hold Friday evening family
sec-
viens in the synagogue otarting at
. O:ll5p.m. EabbilneaelPornsbwiij
officiate and everyone is welcome
to attend. Sotarday mousing
oervioos begin at 9 am.
Yizkor servicesonthe loot doy of
Pasoch will be held on Taeoday,
April .9th at 9 am. in the
SGOgogue. Memorial prayers
sviO be reviled ut 10:30 n.m.
Adult Edneation elansea will
resome on Wedneoday, April 9th
in thn synagogsse with Rabbi
Pomsh diacuooing Bibis Studies.
The discussion will 50550 al 8 p.m.
and everyone is invited.
Adm Shalom io holding its
Louis Fulton
Louis Faltos, 57, of Glenview
died io Resurrection Hospital
'00 Thursday, March 27. He won
born July 29, 1592 in Poland. Mr.
Fstlon in survived by ins wife,
Victoria. Loving father of Louis
Jr. and Jim. Funeral
arrangements were handled by
Skaja Terrace Funeral Home,
Niles. Funeral Mass was
celebrated at St. Isaac Jogum
Church, Nttes on Sunday, Mar-
ch 25. Entombment was in
'Marybill Mausolesm.
Frank C. DiNello
Frank C. DiNello, 74, died
Sunday, March 30 at RessrredC
lion Hospital. Mr. DiNeSo wa's
bern Oct. lO, 1945 in Italy. Hein
ssrviyed by his loving wif e
Mary
(see
Agootinelli).
Devoted father of Assur (Don)
Librande, Frank Jr. (Shirley),
Niles Conirnunity
Helen (Joseph) Di Figlio and
Robert
(Theresa).
Food
Church
brother of Amalia Di Nello and
Flavia DelPapa. Loving gran21
and great.
grandfather nf 3. Funeral
dfather of
Easter worsrnp services at the
Rilen CommunityChonch (United
Presbyterian), 7401 Oakton ut.,
arrasgementa were conducted
by Skaja Funeral Home, Nlleo.
Funeral Maos was celebrated
on Sunday, April g will be at 9 and
Il am. Special Easter anthems
wrIt he song by the Sanctuary
MENORAHBETH OLAMSI'IALOM
Porolro,c Yoro Flaruaroaod Plants ir, Oar Greeohoaaaa.
9900 Gross Point Road, Skokie, ifiinois 60076
.
ChIcago 583:5080, Suburban: 864-5061
purp005 room at S and 10 am. at
moderate price.
Church meetings and activitieo
during the week of April y willisdade: Muaday all day rmasmage
Wednesday, April 2 at St.
Jullana Chorch, Chicago. Estombment wan -io All Saints
uuriJ
6250 MILWAUKEE AVE.
Jon.ph Wojcischownkj
umr
p 4-0366
Son:
Mannoleussi.
,
The Spares.
On Friday, April 4, the Spores
Sunday Evening Club will hold
their monthly "Cord Night." It
will tahe.place at the Holiday Inn
of Wheeling, 2675 Milwaukee
avenue, Northhrook. Doors open
nesday 7 p.m. rummage cole for
at 5:50P.M., cardo begin promptty at 5:35 P.M., for a pleasant
evesing of Snçial Bridge,
Pinochle, and F55 Poher.
public; Thursday 9 am. rom-
Dasatioo in $2.00 for members
sale drop off; Tuesday sti day
rummage sale dròp off, 6:30 p.m.
yEW ruenmage sorting; Wedmage. sale for public, 7:30 p.m.
Stewardship Committee, S p.m
choir rehearoal; and Saturday aS
daychnrch clean.sp project.
,
members, $3.50.
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Minna Davis will appear on
"Some of My Best Friends" on
TV. Chanoet 5 on Suodoy, April
13 at 9:3f am, to discuss the sup-
pert group program aod the
Association for Children of
attempts of a few individuals lo
Holocaust
Ssrvivors.
The
prsgrsm is sponsored by the
Chicago Board of Rabbis.
At S p.m. on Wedsesdoy, April
10, Debbie Nesselsen wilt speak
on
"Nazi War Criminals in
America."
and $3.tO for sos-members.
For informotion call Inga
Coaktey, 355.7553
YOM
HA-ATZMAUT
League B'sai B'rith.
Os Thursday, April 17 al 8p.m.,
Shulamil Ras,' professor of
music, University of Chicago,
will discuss "The Holocaust: An
Israeli Composer's Perspective."
Special exhibits have bees
mounted lo help mark the "Week
of Remembrance",
These is-
dade' an "Avenue of
The
Righteons Gentiles". Among
those honored are isdividuals
who aided local survivors and
their families.
Holocaust hoohs witt be os sale
before and after all programs,
Sponsored by Children of
Holocaust Survivors and Paperhack Book Sales. Proceeda Is
Simon Wiesenthal.
Call 075-lIllO, est. 217 for isfor-
motion.
She is an attorney
OPEN
EASTER
A family type celobratios
featuring on rvening of enterblousent, fun and festivity is
planned te mark Israel's 32nd
year of- lodependence, Vom
.
1890.
be served in the basement alt-
Iø1unia!
Award.
Chicago.
annual 55w merchandise anchoo
in the syssogogne on Saturday
night, April Z011e. There will be
bargains galore,
Arisa Sholom io a modom
hraditn,nal syuagogae and wet.
comes yost ininreot. If you wool
issformOtion, plesue call Homey
Withanherg at 440.3100 or 905-
families are urged to worship
together. Easter breakfast will
COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUMCOLflJthAR11Ji
EARTHEN INTERMENTCREMATORIUM
MONUMENTS AND MARKERS
"EXCLUSIVEJEWISH SECTIONS"
grandmother of 5. Foneral
Members, $2; Nos-
tsr for The Anti-Defamation
volved numerous community oc-
Bohemian National cemetery,
ship hosts of 9 and 10:45 am.
featoring special manic by the
Choir.
There will be so Chsrch School.
classes conducted lustead,
nlem oie.ia / Pa rb Cern
Chairman fer the Israel Affairs
Committee. They are olas is-
celebrated on Thornday, March
27 at St. Isaac Jogueo Church,
Nttes. Interment was io
Congreation Adas Shalom
CongregotionAdooShatom, 0945
Matilda Abrams, 67, of,Nileo
died Tuesday, March 25 in Golf
Mill Nursing Home. Mrs.
Nues. Funeral Maus wps
made but a free-will offering will
berecCived.
Two Easter Festival Services
wilt he held at the regnlar wor-
Sisterhood and Men's Cish ooc-
Social Halt. Preview showing at
'
vivors.
Feen:,
Des Plaines, will aise speak.
The filmprsdueed and directed
by Gina Blamenfeld, esplores the
in currently a member of the
Board of 000ersors asd Ce-
Skaja Terrace Funeral Home,
Satnrday morning, April 5 serCross, which ban bees veiled sin- Choirs and instrsmentallstn. The
vices will begin at 5-30 am. and
-- ce. Good Friday,. will be 55- Festival Service oermos three
Sondaymording st 9a.m. Sonday
covered an the Senior Choir wilt he "And They Rememevening traditional Vom Toy oerbreaba forth tes the Triomphant bored". Au anual, the second half
viceoattp.m.
Easter procesniesal. The Ssnrine of the first Service will be broadMooday, April 7 9:30 am. and
Oermon theme will be "A Word cant over radio station WOPA7:39 p.m. on the 7th day of for Peter at Dawil".
AM, 1490 Idi. begisming at 9:30
Pa000ver. Tsesdoy, April 8 the
Ass Easter Breakfast will he a.m;Everyone in tise comnssntty
8th day of Pa000ver, services will
served by the Luther Leagsero 's invited to participate is these
be held at 5-30 orn. with Yizhor
bpmedtalely following the Services.
at Il am.
Susirise Service, No charge in
lion April 13 in the Friedman
Matilda (Tille)
Abrams
arrangements were handled by
Edison Park Lutheran
Trsmpeters and timpaniotn
-
Davis, child of Holncaust Sur-
and Midwest Civil Rights Diree-
. llvities, inclodiog the Elizabeth
Abramo wan horn March 14,
1893 in llhinoin. Beloved wife of, Greet Leokemia Fsuodatisn,
Betty is a member nf Crescent
the late Dorf, fond mother of
ORT, the League' of Women
Violet (Charles) Schweigert,
Voters, and a Life Member assi
Myten (Marie) Abramo, and
Education Vice Prysident for
Jean Abrams. Loving sister of
Msrtoù GroveHadassab, She is a
Dr. 'Margaret Esger. Devoted
charter member of the Shalom
graodmother t Dolores GenIsrael Investmesl Club and has
tile, Darlene Holstein and
received the Israel Leadership
Chermayne Abrams Great-
the direction of Miss Rorro Service. A Fellowship Breakfast
Northwest Sabsrbao Jewish
. Congregation, 7800 W. Lyons,
Morton Grove. ,.Friday morning
services will he held at 7 am.,
and 7:30 p.m. with Rabbi
Joseph cemetery, River Grove.
congregational singing. The of each month immediately
present greetings. Mayor Smith
bao designated the week of April
13-19 as the Week of Holocaust
Remembrance.
Rabbi ' Jay Kamen of Maine
Township Jewish Congregation,
, come lo terms with the
Holocaust.
active os 'the Soviet Jewry asd
Unllke other filmo, it-is concerJUT Committees, nerved as Co- sed with the present and the ways
Chairman for the NSJC Israel is which the past reverberates is
sur current consciousness.
Bond Campaign for 3 years, and
Church. Interment wan in St.
.
The Honorable Albert J. Smith,
Directors of NSJC, while Betty, a
14-year member of the Sisterhood
Mann wan celebrated on Thorsday, March 2? at St. Ferdinand
tures as the text, thin dramatic
reading will draw people to enperience for themselves the at- fifth Sunday in a month, the
tituden, feelings, and agony of Sacrament is celebrated at both
3com' last boors. Blended in with Services. A Coffee/Fellowship
these
readings
will he Host io held on the third Sunday
April t4at8p.m.
Mochos Grove, os Sunday, April
20, at0:30p.m. atthe home of Mr.
Prlimentarjao for the Board of
Funeral Home, Nibs. Funeral
thWd Sundays ofeach month, and
at the 10:30 Service on the second
and fourth Sundays. Sf there is a
bering the Holocaust" on Mnoday
-hers of Northwest Soburbas
Jewish Congregation. Martin
served as Special Parchases
handled by Shaja Terrace
Communion offered at the 0
showing of a new documentary
film "f0 Dark Places: Remem-
Mayor, Village 'of Shohie, will
Chairmanforlsrael Booth andas
'
W. Church, Shokie with the
The Ashmans are active mom-
Fsneral arrangements were
A discussion will f000w with
the members of the Association
of Children of Hobmasat Survivorn.
Fees :
Members, $1 ; Nonmembers, $1M.
The 5dm will again he shown
os Wednesday, April 10 at I p.m.
Discussion will follow with Missa
Jewish Consmsoity Center, 5056
Martin and Betty Ashmon of
sod Mrs. Howard Kaplan, MortonGrove.
Schahow, great-grandmother of
4..Loving sister of Marie Pelano
and Christine Bollentino
20:30
messing "shadows". This
dramatic service will inclode a
The Holocasst will be esmmemorateil at Mayer Kaplan
zbek Rabin, will'npeak ut North.
west
Sohsrban
Jewisb
Congregation's Israel Bond
Cochtail Reception in honor of
loving wife of Dominick,
devoted mother of Thomas
theme: "God's Promise is Writ- Easter FellnwsbípBreskjant will
teninBtood".
he nerved in the tcbool gymby
A Tenebrae Service will begin the Elders, Deacons and their
at 7:30 p.m. os Good Friday, wives. A free-will offering will be
April 5. l'Isis Servire in presented received tohelp defraythecout of
an a ceremony that progresses tbehot breakfast that is planned
from light to darbness. The word
Regular worship hours no Sun-
-
' Former Prime Minister Yil-
.
12, 1908 In Illinois. She was the
an
'-'Holocaust remembrance
Israel Bond
'Reception to
honor Ashmai
Obituaries,
Saint John Lutheran Church
Pages
Haatzmout.
.
Semi it ilse
FrD nay.
L,"
,'
9 to 3
J
-
The csmmnnity cetebration,
sponsored by the Chicafò Zisnisl
Federation, will he held Sanday,
April 20, beginning al h p.m. astil
midnight at the Bernard Horwich
Jewish Commosity Center, 3503
'*EASTEIL LILIES
W. Tsuhy ave., Chicage. The
Beroard Horwich ossi Mayer
Kaplan Centers ore again co-
-,
sp0550ring thisonnual event.
Headlining the event will he the
Israeli singing duo of Brynie
,Weioslsck and Shlomo Gronick.
The Brynie end llhlomo Due
provides a community with a
the other.
Admissino is $2 for adslts io
advance, $2.50 al Ike door. All
blued from the Chicago Zionist
Federation, 220 5. State st., 9225252, at the Bernard Horwich or
AIL SIZES
Mayer Kaplan JCCs or from
many Zionist organizations
within the commusily.
Y1v1,1c_, benefit
sight eogagement ot IRe Mill Run
Theater on May 13.
*IIYACINTIIS
*ORCIIIDS *ROSES
'* TERRARIUMS
* CENTERPIECES
* GIFT CERTIEICA TES
children uodec 15, $1. Istormaties and tickets cao be ob-
Young Men's Jewish Ceoscil is
Besefit Chairmos br this ageocy's 10th Annual Benefil, Tirio
year's besefit will headline Dos
Rickles with' special guest star
Jerry Vate /uring their vpeoisg
-
* GARDENIAS
skills of each artist cemplemeot -
Ken Solomon, Msrtso Grove
*EAS.TEIt BA SKE T
BOUQUETS
*TULIPS *GLAIJS
-
diverting program in which the
resident and vice presideol of the
1HORA
E'
Fek Civtagc
WEDDING
ReaoKat$1e
FLOWERS
ttL
Piu6
GREENHOUsE
- ON PREMISES
The benefit ad book chairman
io Lobe Forest resident, Bes
Kugler. Ben will spearhead the
ad solicitation drive in csojuochins with the Thealer benefit.
Proceeds from this benefit help
le
Honpitol
Doliverien
dc
sapport Skis agency's Camp
tiesry t1srser, Pareol and Child
Care Centers, Center for
Enriched Liviog, Aflerschssl
ProgramsThnd Day Care, and
.
MIKEs FLORAL SHOP
6500 N. MILWAUKEE AVE.
llsmmer Day Camps.
Far ticket and ad book infer' mation, call 72g-5591.
NE 1-0040
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF DEVON
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Page 10
Pego lt
The Euglw,Thnrnday,AprO3, tIRS
Soroptirnist Champagne Bruñch
I
V
The Ldtes' Circle of Saint
Jobo Lotheran Church, Nues is
planning their annual Spring
Luncheon and Fashion Show for
Wednesday, Aprii 9 at 12 noon.
The Chnrch is forMed at 7429 N
Milwaukee ave., near Harlem, in
Nies. A large variety of salads
and hot dishes will be featared at
the Salad Bar. Working os the
-
Ikist Father Filas
Showers" is the theme for tItis
year's FashionShow to be heldin
the School gym. Fashions will be
provided by Spieglers of Des
Plaines. Modeling from Saint
John wilt be Helen Linden, Jean
Ungar, Donna Linden, Helen
LeMonier, EethNenberger (allot
Nites), Noreen Maack, Cheryl
Rydherg (both of Vernon Hilts),
Jan Lallosa (Morton Grove),
and Mrs. Mary Kellogg. "April
Brenda Kairo, Both Kelley (both
of Citicago), Jndy Cardoand Toni
llcboirer (both of Dos Plaines).
li,ei/o MATTRESS
FACTORY OUTLET
ON
MATrRESS
SETS
WHEN YOU
,
.
Children la model young fashions
ate Rebecca Maack, Pani Ryd-
Tickets are $4.50 Und may be
pUrchased from Circle members
Or by contacting Ticket Chairwomen, Lorraine Bartlett (9676710) or Mary Jane Gaza (966-
Mary Mittlebrun and
Lydia Galka are heading the
6087).
STARTAT29.95
Asien, Circle Chairwoman, cordually invites friends itt the cornmustily to attend. Sitter service
will he provided.
53995 Full
VERLO ALSO HAS
WATER FLOTATION SLEEP!
Lox box sale
Totadah Chapter of Pioseer
Women are deliveriog Lox hoses
on Sunday, April 20 for an $8
Family Owned Aod Operated
82. Dundee
Whs.11ng
541-1234
MAniais co.
Mon..Frl. 9.0 Set. 9.0 Suo. It .5
dooation. Delivery will be from 9
am. to noon.
Wake np on a laoy Sunday morsing with the Ltiumyof a Lox and
Bagel hreakfast delivered to yoar
door. To place your order call
Marianne at359-2885.
-y
Filas, on Tuesday, April 8 at 736
slide presentation of the "Shrand
of Tsrin" entitled "Is This the
PhologrnphofJesssCbrist?"
Marge Re and JutE Stephens
are hasta for the evening and
,-
hope ta enconrage every one ta
view this extraordinary sobject.
ttis an ideal Lootes program and
we hopejau will he in attentinore!! Remember, April 9 at 73O
p.m. Flanagan Hall. Adntisolon.
isfree.
BAVARIAN
Ail new or Used items, that you
pot io clOset ranters, drawers,
nooks and crannies (toys,
clothes, small atsd big npplian-
Friday, April 11 from 10 am. to' 3
dise off at the Temple Wednesday, April 9 from 10 am. tot
p.m. and 73O to 9 p.m. asti
p
Please bring ail clothes
hangers.
on
PAt, Is,
Ftmfly
The bride, a gradoate of Maine East High School-and Oakton
Còmmattity Cailege, io a secretary at Baxter-Travonol Lab. The
their Suddenly Slim far Spring
SetnndavnA.M.4P.M.
Lose Weight the
PRECISION CUT AND
BLOWDEY
115O
or, j o-td e Ill
ftWjUdn, FOES
y U,ínIi t&
,urd,ijone,
,I,jjty
dparents Mr. and Mrs. John
can expect to tose op to 21 1hs. in
the 7-week session. Ms. Marge
Cloagh, Diet and Cbarm Imtrsc.
MalveneGato, Morton Grove.
-
EYE LA S H E S
AND
STYLED SET
Reg. $5.50
NOW
$450
STYLED
to,$1 flOO
eses.
HAIRCUT
With Yo,,
GREAT CURLS
Is Mied
Reg. 95.75
NOW
- 8475
PUR MEN A HUMEN
*3500
1::;
noun.
PERMS ARE OUR
LEACH TOIICH.UP
$
era 950.
SPECIALTY
ZOTO MOISTURE
PERM
All Forme
PRINCESS
TR ESSEMM E
P EA M AN EN T
PERMANENT
Wella Nice N
Natural
IINIPERM
(
Reg$25.00
$ 8°°
dl°
StGl
WHITE
VELVET
i$
jthTsnr
FROSTINGS
COMPLETE
CLAIROL CREME
FORMULA TINT
HON EEING
req. $25.00
$1950
HOUItO: Mosdoy.Friday OA.M..73OP.M.
OpeoSaturday 9A.M..4P.M.
j'5::n
so March 3 te Elaineand Bemsett 'ways to lath so children will
Problem solving skills,
Koffmao, Liticolowood. Sisters listen.
rute
setting,
asd ways ta preveot
Pauline, 7 and Vera, 3; grao- pareñt/child power
struggles are
-
dparents Mrs. Eslelle Cooper,
Lincslnwood and Dorothy and
Louis Koffmao, Falta Church,
Morton Giovo
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
965-9777
Kuhn's Delicatessen
years ago.
In additioo to physical fitness,
classes will include calorie coon-
Grove and Goldera Goldberg,
Pre-ochnoters three to five
Scottsdale, Ancona.
A boy, Richard Dean, Jr., 7 1hs.
I oc. on March 4 lo Mr and Mrs.
edorational program.
ters, low calorie recipes and .pre-schml
.
esercise sheets. Tips on charm,
shin care, makeup, hair care,
posture, Wardrobe planning and
relaxation to avoid nervous nibhilog willaloobe covered.
Registration for members will
begin on April T and for non-
There will be an open hanse for
all interested parents on Thorsday evening, April 10 slartiog at
7:36 at the Metser SalomO in Mor-
ton Grove. At that time families
can meet the day camp director,
LucyTracy.
For further information 00
SUNFLOWER DAY CAMP and
the OPEN HOUSE MEETING
callMs. Tracy at 905-8356.
MORE
WILL LIVE
GIIE...SO
IV
averages $03 per participant.
Spouses are aitmitbed free.
Grandpaceots Melvin and Bess
For
Masgurten, Des Plaines and
Leona and Ray loomis, Den
A girl, Lors ltooeano, 7 lbs. 3
oa on Month 8 ta Mr. sod Mes.
Richard Zaino, 8205 Pachnide,
Morton Grove. Beolber: Tony, 5.
Grsodpaeeoto: Mr. Mike Bobsick, Mettes Greva, sad Mr. sod
Mrs. Al Zaino, Glendale Heights.
A girl, Esistiti Lysa, 7 lbs. 1 ca.
os March 9 to Mr. sod Mrs. Loery
. Beaodt, 1290 Mangoret st., Des
Plaines. Brother: Ryan. 21 mon.
Grandparenlo: Me. and Mro.
-
.
registration
call
$1500)
MamseStay al 206-8844. nr Nues
Family Service at 692-3366. Clans
nice is limited. Ifthe fee would be
as obstacle, special arraugemento can be made.
FNAL DAYS
Skokie Valley
VFW Auxiliary
*-..(tts.:
Cal I for a free visit and figure analysis!
log on Mosdoy, April 7. at tise
Morion Hsote Rentooeaot. 6401
N. Liocolo Ove., Morton Grove, at
Clorance Wohlbrandt, Don
Finisco and My. and Meo. Sack
Brandt, Morton Grove.
A hoy, Thonoes Keith, 0 lbs. 7
se. on Macsb 12 ta Mr. nod Mes.
Peesideel.
Judith Rester
of Sisohio
is
a;
PARK FOREST
COUNTRYSIDE
481-9100
352-1001
Mr. and Meo. Charleo Keith,
WHEATON
I4OME WOOD
Mottais Grove, end Mro. David
682.0333
7981280
Beveeidge, Chicago.
(:4:
The ShohieVolloy Boniness and
Professionol Womes's Club will.
(esture "The Phenomenon of
Plate Collection" as described ky
Eloise Bontlehoagh of the Beodford Esehonge at ils disney-mesi-
6:30 p.m.
The evening will be nhaioed by
Norma llaebhordt of Slsohie.
For reneevotison call leone
MontasSi of Riles ob 982-2671.
Broce Bevoeidge, 8012 C Don ed.,
Des Plaines. Sistees: Christina, 11
and Jeotstse, 7. Gmndpaeesto:
i-t
;':,: -y-->'.u:::o-->:s::swi:oe(*:::::*xs(Pe.((::y--ys
THIS COUFON IS WORTH:
MamneStay aod -Nues Family
Service are offering thin course
for $35 to cover material costs.
11½ ou. os March 4 lo Bryan and
Debra Mangurten, Chicago.
Food Du Lac, Win.
For a limited time, you and a frieñd
- can enrol I in our- complete 2 year
program at an average monthly
cost of only -$6.25 per month with
our $15 one year membership!
Tuition for PET. usually
A girl, Jennifer Lynn, 7 lbs.
The sommer day camp is aD
.
Ronald Hall, Chicots, and Mrs.
Barbara Soyder, Elk Grave;
Grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
extension of the PARENT AND
CHILD CAUtE CENTER, open-
sorest by Young Men's Jewish
Cauncil, a non profit social service agency.
The Center
provides a year-roand qoality
beginning April 15 fr9m 7:39-9:30
p.m.
Richard Provol, Hoffman
Enlates. Graodporents Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Toppass, Shohic and
Mr. sod - Mrs. Robert Provot,
-.
at Nathan005 School in Des
Plaines on Tuesday evenings
Richard Aohhy, Des Plomes.
Plaines.
A girl, Danielle Lys, t lbs. 7½
- ou. nfl March 4 to Mr. and Mrs.
7 DAYS
A WEEK
-
for seven comecutive Tuesday
mornings at MaineStay's office,
2510 Dempoter, Suite 114, Des
Plaines.
The evening c)ass will be held
Puoi and Elaine Rosman, Morton
Morton Grove
-
from9:l5-ll:SUa.m. and continue
Brother Daniel, 4; grandpareots
and fieldtripa.
The fee is $2013 for 5 days and
01600srthree days.
weight bave been lost in the
classes since they slarted 37
Y a1647-6233.
Goldb4att's Shopphig Cnt.
2 doors east of Chemins
200 Ddferenl hielo st European type saweeges
s
ning cosmo will begin April O
Allan M. Othur, Scbaamborg.
menial motor program, water
play, mUsir, wading pool play
the direction of Ms. 000gb and
ber staff, since over 00 tons of.
$359
2for.1 SA±AE
at Playg .
atas discmseil.
Both a moroing and an evening
course will ta offered. The mor-
Virginia.
A boy, Adam Michael, 5 lbs. 14
OD. 00 March 3 lo Mr. and Mrs.
include organized and free play,
arts and crafts, drama, develop-
nibblers diet as well as a booster
diet to getthescales rolling again
should they come to a standstill.
Women losing weight as a group
bave keen very ssccessfol ander
members on April S. For fUrther
information, please telephoae the
2°
6733 W Dempster
says Women will he given an
0050rttoest of dieta lo fit every
need, including a weekend and
listen so children will laBs and
A girt, Shira Naomi, 7 1hs. A ou.
-
The camp day pons from 9:37
am. to 12:38 p.m. and activities
torfor the Leaning Tower YMCA,
PET. instructors. Tke course
includes ways to help parents
Hilkio, Morton Grove and Mrs.
98
s Reautifel nosy stuyn tor eawy eoOertätbig
s Hamleth nf alIte tasto SwaIn from aneard 4ko amid
s Impeded elitee. nnos. Squeeze, heers and sAw, tiits
.. EWOpe3nTWtnseUInotñww
OPEN
Parent Effectiveness
Triìining
parenting course by Dr. Thomas
Gorden will betaoght by certified
Grove. Brothertlichael, 2; grao-
Schmlin MortonGrove. This eight week camp progránu
stsrto Jonc 23 and offers n choice
of five and three day programs.
Women enrolling in this clain
Semi.Permaeeot
s
s
s
$I95
'
ACASEOF24
12 07. OOflLE5
BECK'S 6-PACK
call29662l5, 027-1103, or4396700.
This nationally recognized
Robert J. Gate, Jr., Morbo
Camp program at the Meluer
to 9 p.m.
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
-
BECK'S GERMAN
IMPORTED BEER
lloroplitniut Ckampagoe Brunch. For information,
venesn rratntng
resident,,.
A girl, Melissa Aso, t lbs. Il o.
years of age are invited to participate in the Snnflower Day
Program for Women starting on
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
SHAMPOO
Y's Way
Monday evening, April 21 from 7
Wé are Rolliàg Back our Prices
To Fight Inflation
-
os Marcb 2 to Mr. and Mrs.
Lose Weight Sunflower Day
the Y's Way Camp ¿n
6300 W. Tonby, Niles, is offering
Moo. thns FnSA.M..7:30 P.M.
L.eetSttIenpOOfrDeIl:3O P.M.
LentPnm.enentor ColoriDo P.M.
of Park Ridge, and Shelter, foc. in Arlington
Heights, will he the- major beneficiaries of the
-
WHOLE
-8716 Golf Road, Des Plaines
2986O32
groóm, also a Moine East gradoate, io employed by Service
The Loaning Tower YMCA,
Its3 W. n..re.re,
Hills, llanca. Left to right: Carmen LaSalte,
-
Systems. Thenewlyweds are making their home in Morton Grove.TOn Ptdsct
Kathleen Gestreieh, Des Plaines, of Borg Warner
Research Cester, Des Plaines. Crisis Homes, Inc.
Engineered Products Corp., Elk Grove; and
Nies areparents sfthegroom.
view, the coopte honeymooned at Hall-Demo Halidayhsn in Rolling
Meadows.
Sisterhood. JUst drop mecchan-
- are bundling arrangements for the group's Champagne Brnnch on April 20 t Carson Ins, Nordic
Betty Loa Pearson mas married is BlU Parejko dnringrnss after0005 ceremony Saturday, March 1 al Messiah Lutheran Church.
The bride is the daugbter of David and Margaret Pearson of 0634
Lyons, Des Plaines. Willard and Helen Parejho of 0257 Ozark,
P.01. and 7:30 to 9 p.m.; msasday, April 10 from lo am. lo 6
is give it to - that nameonk is
Temple
Judea
Miapah
Plaines; Rosrissary Schoenkerger, Nues, of liSP
Collihs, Des Plaines; Morilyn O'Bries, Des
Plaines, of O'Brien The Florist, atoo in Des
Offtciatingattho 4:30p.m. weddiogwas Reverendililhertson.
Wearing a gown and veil made by her yosoger sisler, Debra, the
hrldewasglven inmarringe hyherfather.
Attendants forthe bride werekeroisters Debra asmaid of honor,
andDiane, Darlene andMarline Pears500s brideomaids.
Mike Krenich served as best man. Dan Tanner, a cousin of the
groom, Bill Kaplan, Orother-in-law of the bride, and Ron Beedon,
Weretbe groom's attendants.
Following an evening reception at the Colombian Oak of Glen-
ces, etc.) hoping to find someone
Members of Soroptimist International's Ways
and Mann Commiltee io the northwest suburbs
Mount Prospect, of Heorichsen & Company io Des
Plaines; Adele Gore, Park Ridge, of Nichernes &
Temple
Judea
Mizpab
Siolerkood is having ita anssal
Rnmmage Sale and Boatiqoe on
Snsday, April 13 from 9 am. lot
p.m. at Temple Joden Mizpah,
lltlONiles Center rd.,Shokie.
Special
BOILED SMOKED HAL
HAM
Ramizage Sale
and Boutique
n'
LnntSh.tepoo WSet4iOOP.M.
LentPnnoenantwrçnloellißö P.M.
k
10:00 - 2:00 p.m.
p.m. Father Filas wifi narrte a
berg, Mark Rydherg, Torni
BUY DIRECT Decorations Comtnhltee. Irene
TWIN SIZE MAVFRESSES
Open
Easter Sunday
notable Jesuit Scholar, Rev.
Neuberger, andDetrise DOWUIf.
\ 05000 I2OOO
DELICATESSEN
Women's Club is presenting the
Nenberger, Lori Schnirer, Keith
SAVE
%1J11g
St. John Breheuf Catholic
Salad Committee are Mro. Lydia
Gotha, Mrs. Dorothy Schnirer,
;\
y
ParejkoPearson:
SJB women to
Salad luncheon and
fashion show
-
.
Open
TINLEY PARK
Monday thru
429-33fl
Friday .
9 tO 9
Saturday
9 to4
DES PLAINES
299-4975
OAK LAWN
CALUMET CITY
4241686
868-4060
anssnovrr'--vOr'
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The Hugle, Thursday, April 3,19O
NUes Polfre Beat
Bk
in
Golf
Mill
theft
Two men and a woman, all
and woman, all three were oh-
nerved removing apparel on
hangers from under their
Chicago restdents, wereseized by
Nilen pnlice after being nbnerved
by an officer in the Golf Mill
parking lot onloading items of.
clothing apparel into their
vehicle. Nilen Police Lt. John
Christie noted one of the men
removing clothing still on the
clothing. fMoen they attempted ta
leave the Golf Mill parhing lot,
they were slopped by neyeraI
Hiles patrol cars.
Suhjectn were arreated and
brought to the Nitos polièe station
hangers from under his coat mb
his parked 197f Pooliac. The man
was then observed walking loto
Lytlon's store loGoff Mill.
Christie observed the clothing
in the rear neat of the auto had
Lyttoo's hangers and the double
price togs were ntiltinbact on the
which thuy determined were
$3,024.51 worth nf merchandise,
items. He called for additional
mostly w001eun apparel in the
trunk of the vehicle.
help and when the man returned
lo the vehicle with another man
t
valued at sgto werk missing is
tu. A further luventury nl their
vehicle disclosed an additional
Courtdale sel for April25.
reponed persas(s) oskoowu used
a 88 or a pellet type gus ta break
the storm window and screen at
the rear ofthe victim's residence.
Stolen hoh raps
STATE FARM
A Nues resident reported to
pnlice on March 35 the theft of the
hub caps from his 1978 Cutlass
while the vehicle wan parked io
the Gulf Mill parking tat.
Estimated value of the Smb caps
INSU RAN CE
the tbeft of his 20" Srhwion
bicycle valued at $70 on March 20-
25. Bike was parked is the rear
yard nl his home.
FRANK BLASUCCIO
men who had come ints his
station requesting rbasge far a
dollar recéived 4 quarters and
MORTON GROVE
became angry when he told them
change, beat him viciously. They
also hiched the Germas Shepherd
dog which was chained in the
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
HOME OFFICES: BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS
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station. During the scuffle a fire
entinguisher was knocked down
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and it broke the sink into which it
tell.
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WEEK
A Kirb ave. resident reported
person(s) unknown drove' over
ho lawn sometime during the
night on March 20 canning ayproniusotely $25g io damage.
Vehicle accideni
toxicated and improper laue
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led person(u( unknown removed
the huh caps from her 1975 Olds
ft while it ovas parked bi Ike Golf
Mill Shopping Center. Loss was
estimatedat$4t0.
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Ford Thusderhiri in the Golf Mill
parking lot, weal shoppma and when hereturned, hisvehicte was
. Siding
. Awnings
Tu.s. and W.d. 9 am to 5 pm . Frl. and Sat. 9 am to i pm
SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 3 P.M.
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Damage was estimated at $130.
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Person)s( sohoawn gained en-
try to the Independent Cornmunication Workers Dm05 office
at 7445 N. Harlem ave. through a
sky vent and removed a copier, a
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taking 2 pairs of- ines's socks
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valued ut$4.34 from SportsMart,
Dempster and Hartem, Niles.
Burglary
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A psblic kesring of 1ko Illiosio
Hasse al Repeesengotives Rape
Sludy Cauwsillee will be held au
Thursday, April 2, in Room 1818
of the State uf Illinois Boildiog,
0-30 AM. The oob(ect molter la
u
be inveutigotod ovili be the crisse
51 incesl and ihe effectiveness nl
sod private agencias who
are coordinated by the Illinois pubhc
respond to 1ko reporting st ibis
Troussa Network."
offesse.
The chamber, which is one 5f
Members 01 the Rupe Sludy
only two in the State st Illiiosis,
Conosnittee
include Rep. Amos
treats persons from a four-state
JaBee (D-Shskie), Chsieissoo.
urea. The chamher is used iu the
treulrncnt of patients who suffer
from carbsn mososide poisoning,
gas gougrene, air embolism (ohstructios of a bloud vessel) and
Senes Osttage
Vegulatieg System
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model IS 4041
A new helipad is ready for use decompresuisusickness. al Lutheran 'General Hospital,
According lo Ashhaugh, -the
Park Ridge.
helipad area has received official
The helipad in lacated im- licensure from the - Federal
mediately outside the Emergen- Aviatisu Administration, the
cy Services Departeocut entras- tllinoiu Department of Trantporco, providing for the rapid Iran- tallan and the City of ParIs Ridge.
sfer of persons flown by helicop- The U.S. Coast Guard and the
1er to Lutheran General for Chicago Fire Departmest emergencycare.
helicopter service have giveñ The helipad is lighted for night their verbal approvals of ' the
Operations with appropriate wind helipad site, as these agencies
indicators, A grees-srnber-and- are often involved- in patient
white helipad idcntificatisn beam transfers.
tight that operates 24 hours a day
has been installed on the
hospital's roof. Lutheran
services
SPACE
t
station and charged with retail
at Lutheran General
"The primary use st the
helipad is for the transfer of perSsno requiring Irealment in the
hospital's hyperbaric chamber,"
says Jim Ashhangh, emergeocy
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Tn-Focus Pin tur,.Elenie mie Rower
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$19.97. She was brought to police
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symbol uf helipads.
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New HeTqad ready
the international. red-and-white
1,1w.
paying for b items totalling
stereo system, an electric clock' gain entry to the business
and an electric healer valued at establishment and removed 2
impact wrenches, $35 in cash.
$20M.
General's helipad iocsrpsrates
OPEN
b,ushn.d Nickel-GOD
with ZOOM close-up!
ping center on Golfrd. alter she
left the store premises wilhsut
Publie hearingon incest
iced!
SenSationally
simulotsu grained
COMMAND
woman was apprehended in the A
& P store in the Greenlakes shop-
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Scia(IyDeve! $ 47OO
lo,,
SPACE
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Retail theft
DIAGONAL
TRIPLE-PLUS CHASSIS
Designed to be the most reliuble Zevith ever!
police that a youth threw a rock
at the passenger side window nf theft.
her vehicle as she Ian driving on. Shoplifter
A64 year old Chicago man was
Huber Lane. Youthran between
charged
with retail - theft after
two houses after the incident.
"Helicopter flighln lo our helipad
ALUMINUM PRODUC
7570 N. Milwaukee Ave.
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HOURS: Mon. and Thurs. 9 cm to 7 pm
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police that he parked his 1978
cideut ovas driven by o 21 year old
Des Plames wamau.
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Missing T-Blrd
A Westchester man reported to
usage after being involved in a
motor vehicle accident at
Milwaukee and Waukegan. The
other vehicle involved in the acStôlrahuhcaps
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vee,,con Walnvte,th
W. GREENDRIER
returned tu the parking Ist lo
repair the lire, someone had
iuu
Onuut,tully t,n,sfled
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hanse ta neck help. When they
charged with drivrsg while in-
I5pE
''"'ih. USHFORD . SbIt2tW
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lev in the 91M block uf Milwaukee
hrought to the police station und
DIAGONAL
3-0--.
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ave. and walked lo a friend's
A 52 year old Niles man was
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driving his 1975 Otds 98 north
bound os Milwaukee ave. when
his tire went flut. He parked the
vehicle in a small shopping ceo-
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. FaSCIS-SOffit
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an officer on patrol.
Stolen auto A Morton Grove otan reported
to police that during a rain storm
un Wednesday,- March-20, he was
Lawn damage
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Storni Dooi
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license, speeding and na - valid
registrubon after being stopped
for speediisgon Dempnter st. by
towed away and held fur proof of
nwnership.
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Total estimated loss was $300.
OFF OUR
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with driviag on -a suspended
he didn't have any smaller Borglary '
PHONE - 966-5977
DAYS
MilwaukeèandJarvisafterbeing
A Nibs resident reported to
A Dempster SL gas station altendant reported to police that 3
9140 WAUKEGAN RD.
OPEN
. A 20 year old Chicago man was
Rock throwing youth
Battery In gas sbalinu
AGENT
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registration. Offeader was stop-
A Morton Grove resideut repor-
A-Wisner st.resident reported
Fbr insurance call
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$2,110.
was $140.
Sbolrobike
UPTO
improper lane usage, unsafe
nuder arrest. His vehicle was
ted lo the family dog who was in
A Washington st. resident
J.isi»T1m
value of loss was deternulsed ut
Suhject was suhseqnentty placed
taken from the refrigerator aud
Shot sshsdow
master hedroom and - 2 sIlver
dollar tie clasps. Ajiprosunate
and weaving tram lane to tase.
shanks whs in the garbage can
burglary.
dii5iig room, $O is cash from the
noted driving without headlighlu
valued at $ltt each. Police also
Ike home at the lime of the
doqr and removed a 24piece
ped by officer on patrol os brought to station and charged
area. Chech by -homeowner
revealed 6 Hummel figurines
sated a wrapper from 2 pork
sterling silverware set from th
motor vehicle and na valid Traffirviolabor
mine if the offenders were in the
were placed against all 3 suhjec-
tl,t37.9f. Felony theft charges
eatimátod$IfObotatdamage.
Traffic violator
A 27 year old Harwood Heighta
station and charged with driving
white intósièated, no head lighta,
phone and they checked the j.
tenor nl the premises ta deter-
addition to 3 men's gold watches
valued al $200 to $300 and 2 German made gold pocket walches
ted to police that person(s)
man was hrought to the police
telephone cord cat in half. Police
were notified from a neighbor's
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A Merrill st. resident reported
la police that person(s) wiliiiown
entered lus home through a window they hrokg in the hasernent
oohnown hruhe their parkway
electric Sght posta causing au
ce, she found Ihe interior hod
been ransacked and the
where the 050isbant manager of
Lytton's identified the marchandise which totalled a valued of
Home horgbory
cts
A Western,e. resident refer-
Home ransacked
A Lyons at.- resident returned
home Sunday evening March 3f
lo find the rear door of her home
ajar. Upon entering the residen-
Nues police seize 3
light
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BANK
STORE HOURS
Monday-Thursday.Fridoy
TV. & APPLIANCES
uso
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PHONE
792.31
9 AM.
saUse.
7243W,TOUHY
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MIDWEST'
eleo,eo
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9 P.M.
Tuesday-Wednesday
9
AM. - 6 P.M.
Saturday
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A.M. - 5 P.M.
CLOSED SUNDAY.
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Theflugle, Thurda, Aprll3, 1I
The BogIe, Thursday, AprIl 3, 1980
pA1tI: DISTRICT NEWS
Morton
Grove
Fitness classes begin their
bterestedpersons should contact
the Recreation Office for
speniogs still availáhle. Classes
are offered in Aerobic. Dance,
Baseball
and softball
Men's Softball
. League
.
.
All bamboU nod softboil regio-
The GeRMaine Pork District is
Silnosaslics, Body Movement asd
Yoga. Nec-residents pay ½ more
trtios at the Golf Moine Park
District will end on Saturday,
April 19. Below is a beiof
currently accepting registration
for this sommer Men's Softball
the resident raie for. programs.
For more information costad the
Praifie View Center Recreation
League. All games will he played
Officeat9t5-l200.
lt. Team registration ends on
desceiptisoofthe progosmo being
offered
on Snoday mornisa at 9, 10h15
and 1130 orn. begiooiog oo May
Two Gicla Softball Longues,
CUSTOM HflCHES
The fee for those teams that
district boondries edil he $210,
while thoseteams with less than
50% residiog io the park district
being charged $315. Team rosters
must hove a minimum of 12, and
amaxioosmof 18 players.
OVER
WHOLESALE
PRICE
Nibs Moving Center
7644 N. Milwaukee NIl..
92500
VISA
MASTERCHAOGE
INSURANCO
GREEN CARDS
TIME PAYMENTS
Exum
.
1-l-67 and12-31-60. The tragase
rano from May 1$ to August 2,
UPPER
or
with games being played on
LOWER
'40
v.ehdsy ovoniogo and some
'Satardny mornings.' Registration
Crowns
'150
4. Intermediate League jo foe
Porfiuls
'175.
ReUnes
Root Canals oUch
10% Senlee Cifian Disceunt
.
fre $10.
50
.
beys md girls bern babores
7-l-64 and ltr3l-66. Games ore
played on Tuesday and Tharadoy
139OH.Rd NOCHARGEFORCONSULTATION
2924 RIcer Rd.
RnndDaod.
DENTAL FACTS, INC.
P&nino
99,-5440
never see the lilcesof again. You
conatos journey down the Streets
of Yesterday and view bis collectins of antiques and many other
interesting artifacts.
We leave the Ree Ceoler, 7877
Milwaukee ave., at 7:45 am. We
evenings, and seme Saturday
mornings. The bague from May
19 to August 2. Registration fee:
(312t438-2498
,
womeu's classes daring morning
and evening honro. For more information call the Park District
SUNDAYBRUNCH!
The Riles Park District Is
"Dining Ost" at Cabriolet
Restaurant in Ubertyvlfle and
you're invited! We're going for
Snaday Brunch on April 20. We
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leave the Recreation Center, 7877
Milwaukee ave. at 11:15 am.
We'll be back abest 2 p.m. If
you've ever been to, Cabriolet
we're nace yoù'll want to retace!
and if you've never-been to
Cahriotet,yosire in for an anforgettublefmnt!
If you have
-$100,000
or more
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looringtiosse on theftockwe will
stop at the Round Barn in Spring
Green. There we will enjoy a hot
roast beef sandwich with
'fraJtJsices, frsilt slices, bagels,
coffee cakes, 'smoked fish,
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we'lihead home.
The cast per garons is $13 ($26
for non-residente) which Includes
and a menagerie of delicious
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transportation, admission to
Hoaseontheliock,lunch(about3
p.m.) and gratuity. Registration
io being taken at the Rer Center
anlilApril4ferthistrip.
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temptiag items you can donase
from! And the best part in that
youcaneatallynu like!'
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Cabriolet la a beaútifal
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restaurant and the fasd
is
. displayed most elegantly. So join
Sommer's on it.s way and the us and treat yourself ta a meal
SUMMERDAYCAMP
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IOdes Park District is now taking
registration for Day Camp. Thio
program offers a challenging and
enjoyable experience for
children, ages 8-12 years. Ineluded in the camp -fees are
swimming, nature activities,
If you have
Jost a partial list of the many
's 10,000
orlmore,
'
you wast forget. The cost per
person io $5 ($16 for nonresidents). The price includes ail
the delicious food you can eaÇ
Gratuity andtraooporthtion. You
may buy drinks on a cash basis.
Current Rate for 180 days
or more, are ava)Iab)e today at the raIe and term shown above.
Rates for other terms-are available upon request.
)nterest is payable monthly or quarterly.
'
Rates subject to change without prior notice.
:
desuerts! And remember, that's
'i 7.25%
SAVINGS CERTIFICATES IN AMOUNTS OF
freshly carved ham and beef,
chicken, vegetables, potatoes,
potatoesaodgrovy,rolloandbut- several maio dioheo,'fcesb eggs,
ter and a beverage. From there , hácon, saasage, French toast,
12-31-70, and AAA bmeball ja for
those bays and girls born botwees
DENTURES
R.pulrs
Eztructl.ns
FIIIInp
music machines - ones you'll
girls born between l-l-69 and
966-0024
CUSTOM
MADE
this astoandiog man has built a
somber ofabsolotely remarkable
afternoons. The 500005nioo from
June 23 lo August 1. Registration
fee $24.
'3. AA baseboll io for boys and
Fast Installuf Ion
.
office at 967-6633.
mml be seen to be believed! And
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co-ed evening clames and
won't got to the Home on the ' Thiawillbeysurmeulforthr
For fortherioformation, please frmdoanrntois mod issoic abili Rock sutil about noon, so you day! Don't eat before you leave!
call the park district ut 297-3000, development. Games ace played' 'may want to bring something to Here aro Just a few uf the many
or stop by the office at 9229 00 Monday, Wodnesday, and eat inthe bus. (Home onthe Ruck delicious items you can f63 np on
Feidoy oftornoono, procUres are
Emerson.
held os Theodoy er Thursday bus no food service.) After 'at Cabriolet: fresh fruit salad,
Introductory Special
e5
10005e 00 the Hark could very
well beil! AlenJnìdan, creatorof
7th-9th graders, ou of September
1900. Tho leogue mou from Juoe
li to Augnot 6, wilk gaseen
pinTos1 on Wrdnosday eveologs ut
6i30 and 0 p.m. Registrotion foe
is $16.
Tea-Boll League, for beys:
md gicla bombotween i-1-71 and
12-31-72, emphasizing hardball
roster reoidisg within the ark
'Y.
both men and women. We ha,e.
grades in the foil, the other foe
have a minimum of 50% of their
'-f U+IAUL
District ventares to Home on the
'Rock io Spring Green, Win. Our
April 15 Ladies Choice trip has a
foil day plaoned for you. 1f there
were an 8th wonder of the world,
.
A most unforgettable day
Don't farget - the NUes Park
awaits you as the Niles Park District offers fitness classes for
nor for gicis enteriog 4tls.6th
Moy2, 1080.
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'SHAPEUP!
this marvel, has built a home
'right into a rock fornsatioa! Il
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ATOENTIONALLLADIES!
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Compare these rätes with
Current 'Money Market Fund quotations.
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NILES
'Golf Maine
spring session the week of April 7.
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Page 15
15.58%
14804% .'
Current rate through
April 9, 1980 .
Effective annual yiòld
subject to change at renewal
I 82 DAY' MONEY MARKET SAVINGS CERTIPICATES*,
-are issued in minimum amounts of $10,000 paying the highest interest rate and annual
yield allowed'by law. Federal regulations prohibit Compounding of interest during the
' term of these saVings certificates but Evanston Federal Savings can pay interest on the,
' certificates monthly, and if you wish, automatically deposit 'the interest,to a passboók
';savingsaccount erning 51/7%' interest compounded daily.
HaveaBlaodyMaryoraglassof
gameo, special trips aod-mooy chonspagsewitjayaurmmLyoor
specialevenis.
' firut drink is only lOf. Siga np
There wiG be tramportatina soon at the Ree Center, 7877
from Ilse Nies perk neareat the Milwaukee ave. Registration is
camper's home with pick-up bet- 'limited. Deadline tu register is
meen 8 and 9 am. and drop-off Tuesday, April t. Won't you join
between 4 aad 9 p.m. Day Comp uufora feast?
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12.00%
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DEMPSTER
POTTER LIQUORS
s--,
SEAGRAM'S
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SAVE '20f
.R..Pdoe $88
STROH'S
ALL FLAVORS
sel
12 OL CANS
5for*100
ALMADEN
WINE
90'
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l2l2O.Cu n
TAYLOR
CHAMPAGNE
R.,o.
Ryjçoe$
KELLER s GEISTER
R.5. Pein.
SRIRPRIOR
or
48'
DIET
PEPSI
- R.Rd5R $ 9
IMPORTED SUPERB GERMAN WINE
$ 99
U
USHER'S
SCOTCH
Parla.All
regislering
.-'--- oc
- -schildren
,,,ssR
years ais ny sept. i,
1980'aod no older than 12 yeara..a
You may register by mall by
filio6 sot the form below and
returning it (with a check that
baa the address of the romper's
parents as proof of residency) to
the 1011m Park District office,
.78n Milwaukee ave., Nllea, Di.
'80648. You may also register in
person at the perk district office
anylimrafterApril 1.
$399
The NUes Sports Complex is
proud lo present its annual ice
show, this year entitled "Our
ovas" maanags .
Sos. 40'
Watch the dazzling array of
roututhen and ' coloro unfold
"rL;;;;$
alsalerodisplaytheirfajeath.
Show tune On Friday, April 11
is 7:38 p.m.,Satnrday, April 12 2
p.m. and 7:36 p.m. and on Sso-
before you an these skillful
day, April 13 2p.m.
SAVEEØO
To avoid disappointment,
please purchase your tickets In
advance. Ticket, ga on sale
Thursday, March 27 at the
950
Hilllord Sporta Cumplen, 9435
BaIIped rd. The price is $2.50 fur
Take advantage of our specials!
Dempster-Potter Liquors
2626-28 Dempster L8es PLaines, III.
"Tise Landings'
.
298-3007
'
day throsgh Friday at 'Jouwiak
ASHOWONICE!
SAVE '1.90
PEPSI Wu '5.39
SAVE
R-l2SoCuno
S,Ss'
NEW YORK STATE
SAVE 98'
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$89
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SAVE '1.00
SköI
BEER
.RRm$39
'2.49
SKOL
VODKA
OLYMPIA
BEER
SAVE
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SHASTA
$599 25
GALLIANO
.
in ron from S am. to 4 p.m. Mon-
adult, and $1 far children.
Tickeis mili be odd at the door
prior to each performance (If
.
w. hay. tli
Daily
am.I
they ore nut sold sut beforehand)
at $3 fur adults and $1.10 for
-childreñ.
Come,tluiutotjse glansusrand
glitter a real Ice Show, "Our
Favoriteml.lng,".
CfflCAO,IQ, CHICAGO
Ladim, here's u chance for you
ta see some of the sights that
make Chicago the fascinating
citythatitis.OsAprilll, "My
Kind uf Town" Tours will be in
cooperation with the Nties Park
District and tabeas on is tour of
famoso Chicago landmarks.
We'll bave a campletely guided
and narrated toar of historibal
sights such as Prairie Avenue,
Hull Hause, The Chicago
Historical Society and the mOque
Graceland Cemete.y. We'll see
the Streets of Yesterday, view
hlstarlcaliy and architectnally
Significant building, and issaay
atherfomous sights.
.
yoU have'
.,
current rate
$1.00
or more '
'
annual yield
2½ YEARMONEY MARKET SAVINGS CERTIFICATES*
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in minimum amounts of $1 .00 give you an opportunity to participate ¡n today's, high
interest rates with à smaller deposit and at a rate of return guaranteed for 2½ years.
i 2°h is the highest raté presently allowed by law for this certificate and is higher than
commercial banks are allowed to pay for the same type of account. Interest is
compounded daily providing a higher yield. '
-A oobs:an:iol iIVO,ost penalty Is requlled for early wilhd,aual
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Forlundowe'lldleatdsr
f where we'll feast on an array
of delirious Mandarin (Oriental)
foeds. There's quite a variety of
Stop In today or call one of our aovinga counselors for furth.r InformatIon.
, Open o savIngs accounf.today. SavIngs lnaur.d to $1000,000 by F.S.LI.C.
food here .- something for
everyone - on no one goes home
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hungry.
The bus will leave the Ree Genter, 7577 Milwadoee ave.,at 9:20
ajo. We'll return about 3:30p.m.'
resident fee is doqhled), The
price includes an-bus Iocturea,
dmlssinn ta variano utopa along
way, lunch, tax, tip and Iran-
pJ
apogtatim. SI.s np seen at the
'Ree , Center. RegiotratioS
deadlinelsi'riday, April11.
Evanston
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Morton Grove Park District
SummerCimp registration has
begun. 1f you are interested in
rglstering your child in Sporto
Camp, Camp Mar Gro or Kiddie
Kamp, call the Recreation Office
for openings still available.
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-SpelngSeonfnaClassss
Jsdo&Mardsl Arts Instruction
will continue on Thursdays starclasses will run for lt weeks at a
costof$15.
Beginning Sketching for
Children taught by Joyce Ellas,
u_l, pr.n.ntctieo of thin coupon.
Italian Beef Sandwich
with thin caspas
.
*185
Reg.
weekprogramthatbeglns May 7.
atio.m. andrwis astil 11:30a.m.
The program will not conflict
and will teach your child the fun-
with participation In the-Morton
Grove Little League.
Community Pnol Job Openings
are available through theMorton
Grove Park Dinirict. Applications are now being accepted for Lifeguards, Locker Room
AttendantS, anda Diving lnstrsc-tor. ApplyottheParkDistrtctOffice, 6834 Deisspster st. For more
lnforsnationcaflt65-t2fil.
danieainlu of art In a contonsporaryfashioo. Fm: $25.
Woodworking, a popular class
MF 04
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555.04
5707 W. D.mpst.r, Norton Gro,.
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ose your hands In a creative way
frorn 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. instructors
Nancy Kraft nod Linda Bloomherg.Fee: $12.
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Morton Grove Park O4trtct to
host fnvftatleial - Vsfleybali
Telirnameat fo Weinen an May
lo. Teams frsu the suburbs will
be Invited to come and cenpete
The fee of $16 Includes a t-ahlxt.
for?adgradersandup, will again
he offered beginning April 8 01
thePrairieView Center. Learn to
Family movies shown dølly
Carry out or
table iervice
+k.<'4.
begin AprIi 10 from 6:30 to &3O
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S'c,
Second City" .ùd
SaturdayNight Live". danses
Youth Soccer registration has
children 7-12 yearn old that starts
'zio
famous
begun. Youthn in 3rd tars 8th -p.m. at the Prairie View Cefltor.
grades may sign up for this 8 .Foo:$15
begins April 12 at the Prairie
View Cooler. This clona Is for
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ntsuctor at - Oakten Ceninùnity
Sliamantics, Body.Movement and
Yoga.
motion.
51c sff ou purchase if Tomkt.iis P,
4o
Drama Io, Kids taught by
Charlen Doolittle, Drains In..
tact the Recreation Office for -;College, Willteach year child the
openlngs-still available. Classes neisest techniqars of creative
are OfferedliiAerobic Dance, dramatics as first used by the
to 5 p.m. for program infor
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Fitness ClisseS begin their
Spring Session the week st April
7. Interested persons ahould con-
Spring Session Classes still have
limited openings, For classes you
wish to participate in corne to the
Prairie View Center from 9 am.
ting April 10 for Martial Arts andApril 17 for Judo Lessons. These
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with trophien and t-shirts as
aworiti for the Ist and ted place
teams. For more informatIoe
contact Scott Booley, Athletic
Supervlsorat965-1.
The. Watchword
¡s Savngs
SpeèIaI Event ofthe misith will
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he the 'Pinball Tournament" to
he held at Prairie View Center
Selecta
Ganse Room on Sunday, April l3
The fee is 50f per pernos and can
be paid at the time of campetition. Categories are as
H
follows: lnt-Srd grades 12:30-1:30
p.m.; tth-Oth graden 1:30-2:30
o,
p.m. and 7th-Sib grades 2:30.3:38
p.m.
The Morton Grave Park
DIOtrICtCOIIrtn wifi be npensoring
irI
a Singles Handball Tournament
on April lS 19 and 30. The thor-
nament will consist of three
divisions: Men's Intermediate,
Men's Advanced and Women.
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Low Voltage
Lighting 'q,
Systèms
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The entry fee is $10 and trophies
will be awarded for Ist, 2nd and
Prótècth
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SALI DATE MARCH3 i - APRIL 1 1
You have to be in the right place for the right Timex at these
resident rate. For more bitormotion èonsult. your winter/spring hrochsre or call the
incredible prices!Visit our facility at 2610 Golf Road in
Talisman Villageand deposit $250 into a new or existing
Glenview State Bank savings account, a new checking account, or purchase any Certificate of Deposit. Then select
from more than 40 different Timex watches for men and
women, boys and girls; Special prices start at $10.00.
Golf will help bring your swing
back this spring, se you will be
able to tackle the links this sinnmer. Class is held at Oketo Park
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on Thursdays beginning April 10.
Fee: $15.
SYSTEM INCLUDES:
6
TRANSFORMER
wmi 24 HOUR
TIMER loo FT. CABLE
e FLOODUGH1
You'll choose from LCD
(Liquid Crystal Display),
mechanical, and quartz.
Heroèbaek Riding (English
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Per Set
There are a variety of
colors, too. And many
watches offer special tea-
Tennis tessons will be tugin
by Mr. - Tom Luise at Prairie
View Center starting April 11.
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R.ploc.m.nt Port,
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Style) will again he offered for
beth adults and children for a 10
week session beginning April 9.
Lesornare held at Northwestern
Stahim su Church and Austin.
Fee:$fS.
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Complet. Stock of
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tures such as calendar date
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-HeatTapes
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. Range Hoods Lt Patin
e HuOrascemUghdng
e Smoke Detectors
. Outdo DoorOpesor
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kits have all you need
s Sylvania Bulbs
e Track Lighting
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save with- Glenview State
Bank andcollectmore than
top interest. Save real
Playground
program
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MN!BLJCompIete lighting
s Garden b Patio Ughoing
to Inteccoma
: -cin
lniemlalIcThnern
Timex guarantee. Come
Suninser Latclkey
MN!BUO Operates for
just pennies a night
All Timex watches are
backed by the famous
money on a real watcha
and day indicator, alarm, - Timex. Offer available while
and world time indicator.
supply lasts.
Vos get 10 ninety minute lessona
to sharpen yosrgame for summer. Fee: $25.
Beautify Indscaping
with MiiBUw Lights ...
get protection too!
When You Deposit $250
at Our New Bank. Façîlity
at
2610
Golf
Road.
(Sunday Banking
lo a.m - 4 p.m.)
3rd place, also Ist and 2nd in o
ceasotatios bracket. Entries are
due by April 10. For more bitormaioncallits.7554.
Non-residents pay ½ more the
Recreation Office üt 965-12ng,
between 0 am, and 5p.m.
ATLRI(OLN$OU*RI ULUCTRICAL SUPPLYCO.
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In
order to
accomodate
worhing parents duriog the
nninnsermonths, IheSkokie Park
District is introducing a Summer
&atchkey Playground program.
An offshoot of the District's suc-
A
.1
cesoia! Mier School Latchkey
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-program this summer's program
-- is heitig rdiered in mejinsedjoes with
Uncok Square Electrical Supply Co.
Sine. l930
1 Wadcogan Hoed
Morton Grove liois
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LeevlttStiet
the
Increased Leadership
Playgrosnd Camp at Oaktnn
Park, 4701 Ookton st.
The
Summer
Latchkey
Playground program will he held
rais or shine from 7:30 am. to6
p.m. Monday through Friday,
Jose 25 through August is. The
program is open to all children
agesll-l2yearsold.
The fee for theO week progt-am
is $130 per child. Registration for
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Mondoy - Friday l:30.5e00 Thursd' 7:3O-.OQ - Saturday 7:3e.íOO
Skohie residents only begins at
7:30 p.m. en Monday, April 7 st
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The BogIe, Thursday, April 3, 1980
Juniòr Troop 595
takes in the arts
Troop#45
awards
AREA SCOUT NEWS
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A Court of Honor woo held
recently by Troop 45 -of Oak
School. Scott Giovanoetti at-
fleBugle, Thamday, April 3, 598f
Troop 595Girl Scout Awards
,
,
taioed the rank of Tenderfoot.
'C
dy Mackowski.
First Class by
Matt Argetsinger aod Star by
AllRoadsleadTo
Joey Walters and Jim Newtan.
Merit badges were awarded to
Ffl3O
m
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Second Class was reached by An-
AREA SCOUT NEWS
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Steve Walters for Cycling and to
Joey Watters for Hiking. The
Mite Swim was compteted by
Tom Bender, Steve Watters and
Brian Wagner. Skill Awards
were received by Matt Argetsteger.- Campitg and Cookieg;
irsmd IndiidI
Con,te Bank f
Scott Giovannetti.Swimmiog and
Citiseostsip; Andy Maekownki Hiking. Congratulations tos11 the
boys!
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wIt he the mile swim and Scout
lifeguard (liSA). As a special
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GirLScout
day camp
A new type of Girl Scout day
casnpwffl.henfferesJtIdsumgser
to aècoiluooda(é the needs sp
area working wmen, it was annnueeed this week by the Girl
Scoot Council of Nnrtlswest Cook
Cnuoty.
"We have learned that many
girls were unable to cerne to our,
day camps dmecaasë the sessions
did ont fit their mstheru'
schedules," nays Cnnnie Bearneo, Council camping adminiotrator. "Our spécial 1886
camp will hegin at 8:3Oaod end at
4:30, ronbdayna week, anda girl
cae attend for as lung as eight
weeks, with transportation
prOvided."
The campsite schI lie at WoodyAcreo in Bartlett, Buses will pick
girls np at central locations in
Nues, Arlingtsn Heights, and
poile and eat on the dining hail
plan. Sign-ups moot bave a $25
deposit, which is non-refundable
after Jonc t. Fett payments are
dur by June t5. Prerequisite for
Schunmborg, with the first
Badge or equivalent. Enrollment
forms are available at Ike Caencil office of Ike Royo Scouts, 1300
E. Rand rd., A1iogton Heights.
The program will include
enrollment: Swimming Merit
SIZE
It was truly a family evening
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Mrs. Romanek.
Enrollment wilt be limited.
Other Siens Low Priond, SeaU
Jan. 30 at the Recreation Center.
that evening was a skit, poi on by
the girls whO had been working
on the Troop Dramatics Badge.
The piay was funny and well ue-
Kathleen Russell, Karen Hanna, Diane Kulsr, Amy Suréce,
Krisline Miller, Lori Ann Spienzza, Cathy Beierwaltes, Cathy
Vante, Susan Dchab, Kim Piershi, and Nicole Barahass. The
leaders for the soiling were Mrs. Beierwaltm, Mrs.
and
Csst wig he $75 for the week.
PRICED AS LOW AS
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Beierwaitea, the leaders of this
Troop shnuld be congratulated
for having Ike gins keep sa busy.
This summer, there wifi be an
INCLUDES UP TO 5 QTS
The Court of Awardsfnr Junior
Giri Seoul Troop 595 was held
Everyone posed by the famnus lions of the Institute and then the
time had arrived In os their loor.
They had their awn personal guide who took them through the tostitstetaking in the scsiptures, paintings, and heastiful architeclure of Ihr budding. Lunch was io the cafeteria, snme soovenier
haying asd then the trip homewiser in the arta. Included in the
grosp were: Chrissy Reid, Loretta Colnsi, Cathy Romanek, leoniler Stevens, Jacki Briske, Michele Anderson, Susan Drooler,
Aqnatics Specialty Camp at
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MOST CARI
The GiclSeoats nfTroop595had u marvelnusdaylnehieg at seme
nid masters and some newer cnetemporary paintings at a recent
trip to the Art Imitiate of Chleagn. The day began with the bss trip
piehnp about 7:38 am. "The bus
trip wiltnnt eoceedasshaur," Ms.
Bearoes states. "Of course
members nf the day camp staff
will ride with the campers."
owiemoing, enokauts, hiking, arts
aodcrafta, andan npportnmiity for
Pack 275
girls to expinre special interests
such as phatography or
dramatics. Girls with os previous
Webelos
seooiing enperienee will learn
mAre about the outdoors from a
staff of trained and eoperimced
win awards
Webels Dee #2 of Pack
275
sp005nred by the SI. John
Bcekenf Holy Name Society won
Ike coveted first place Presidenliai Award in Ike Wehelos Etondike Derby held in Harms Woods
on Feb. tO. Members of Den #2
are scoots Todd Harty, Brian
Lampert, Tbomao O'Bries,
Frank Ziehell, and David Pientn.
Wekelos Den ft comprised of
scoots Mall Sergot, Scott Sergot,
Jomes
Basham,
Mike
Wojcieehowski, and David Hicschfetd finished inoecond place
counselors,
Any girl who is 6 years nId may
register; she may attend tsr two,
four, ois or eight weeks. A 7-week
session will cost $91, including
traosportatine. Ms. Bearoes
stressed thaI financial aid is
available in the form nf "camperships". Each session can aycommodateso girls.
.
Registrations for the comp,
which begins on June. 23, are
being taken now by th Giri Scoot
Casncil nf NorthwestCook Cornsty at Ike Girt Scout CCIIterIn Elk
GroveVillage, 645480G,
Moms, Dads, brothers and sisters
assembled lo see their Giri
Scnuts receive badges they had
worked hard for since Sepiem-
ber. Mro, Brieske and Mro.
A special part of the program
ted - included io Ike cast were
Chrinsy Reid, Loretta Coinsi,
Cathy Romonek, Jennifer
Stevens, Michele Anderson, Ansy
rOop 595 sees
the Hustle win
JuniorGiri Scoat Troop 597 and
their families enjoyed an afiernoon at De Past, watching the
Chicago Hsstte and Hits
Easlerlieg heat the Milwaukee
Dues 117 to 107. Itwas Girl Scout
Day at The Hustle Game and
half-time entertainment included
some huge banners statingBuy
Girillcout Cookies.
The girls enjoyed snatching the
gameespeciallysonioce snme uf
them will he participating in toiermsrat Basketbail at St. Jobo
Brekeufin the oear future.
The Hustle was ahead at half
time and alt ticket holders were
enlitiedtoa freedrinb.
After the game some of the
girls were iscky enosgh to get
autographs,
Amy Surace and Family,
Kathleen Russell and Family,
Cathy Beierwultes and her Mom,
Lorlaun Spieszzu and her Mom,
Lorcha Colosi, Chrissy Reid,
Jennifer Stevens, Diane Kohr,
Cathy Vasite, Soc Dresler, and
Michele Anderson were the
scouts io attesdance,
BSA giving a
helping hand
The Bay Scouts of Asoorica are
distributing 1950 Census flyers lo
househulds all across the nation,
encouraging Americans to
Soruce, Loriann 'Spicncza and
per -
Calky Beierwaltes, The girls
received a strong r050d of applame at the end and so did Mrs
Humaseis, the Mom in charge of
Troop Dramalics. Ail of the girls
in the cast and Kim Pierstii,
Kathleen
Rsssell,
Nicole
month
If yoùr corract is signedby Aprii 13,
(Note the 2 week extension, It's final!)
Darakasa, Susan Dreoler, Karen
Hanna, Diane Kuhr, Kriotine
Miller, Cathy Vasile, Jacht
Brieske, Susan Ochab, and Anua
Marie Gob received badges and
congratulations from ail.
The evening ended witk
refreabments suppiled by ali Ike
moms. Everyone filled their
plates and Washed Mrs.Reid for
coordinating an enjoyable
evening.
Boy Scouts offer
Lone Scout
program .Tise Lone Scout plan serves
boys who caunot take part in
nearby Cob Scouts pacho or Boy
Scout troops on a regstsr basis
because of such factors as time
and circumstances nut alinwissg attendance at neachy packs or
troops nr a handicapping coodition. He applies for membership ès an individual Lone Cub
Scout or Lone Scout noly if he
caunol conveniently jois a Cub
Scoutpach ora BoyScont troop.
Aithoogh the Lone Scout mcmber may miss the apportunity tn
participate in activities in the
pack or troop, the program
makes it possible for ouch hoyo to
become members uf the Boy
Scouts of America and huaw the
fun asduchievement of Senuting.
Boys with various types of hsndicaps want und need Scouting.
Lone Scouting offers this special
population groupthe opportunity.
An adult, 21 years of age nr
over, serves as friend and conoselar. This may be the boy's own
parent, guardias, minisler,
teacher, neighbor, or an en-
for Terrace Squore
It's o high quality
condominium
complete -with o brand
(sew million dollar
recreation building and a
brand new swimming
pool You'll enjoy living in
the Village of Nues In
buildings qf the highest
quality construction Hurry in
April 13 will be aver befare
you know ir And so will our
special offer
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See our furnished models
12 months assessments FREE.
Lowered interest rate for 2 years.
Comparable offer on all units including 2 bedrooms,
Again, if your contract is-signed by April 13, 1980. -
perienced Scooter who lives close
enough to serve.
For further information, con-
tact James Stevenson, Boys
THE
TERRACE
SQUARE
Scouts of America, 1300 E. Rand
cd:, Arlington Heights, lit
794-5070.
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608014,
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cooperate with the U.S. Dept. of
Commerce by filling out and
returning
the
Census
Questionnaire.
f:
Low màrithly cost is
only ove thing going
The Census
Questionnaire will arrive at
every bnusehold April i, 1900.
Here in the Northest Suburbas
Council each district has taken on
the reupuesihitily of orgastuing
their area and assigning Cub
Packs, Seoul Troops and Explorer Pnnts to distribute the
Cossus flyers lu everyhnssehold.
Hours: Weekdays 10 to 9 Weekends 10 ta 5
One block north of Gal Rood at Dee Road
n the Village of Niles
Exclusive sales agent: collera G cativo Realty
827-8855
m"Tvv
The Bigle,Thumday,Aprflil, 1*
tteN to the edftor
Close Apollo
School
Bring joy to the elderly
Dear Edithr
home on a one-to-one baais.
Pengram" at Bolland Naming There are so many lonely and
Hame in Des Plaines, This depressed eldarly people, and
progmam involves high sehanl moat of them do not gel any
is ' 'The Adept-a-Grandparent
.
I manId like to espeasa my views
monnerning n program affiliated
with Maine Enat's Campas Life
arganizatian. This service project
otadenta and the residents at the
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vialtorn. Their livea are the name
day in and day oat, and a
.
A
4TH SHOCK
this progenie. Thara is no compro-
i000 to the joy and happinasa o
y000g person con heieg ioto an
elderly porsoo'o life, The program
also vp0000ro o Thanhagiviog
dinnee io which the residents am
brought to a local choreh end
given o howe-made diaper.
There ore approninsotely thiety
otodents presently involved in
this program. If iosyone is inter-
Superguard or
Springuard shocks, Ø
housed in Gansici.
Generally, the proposals submitted caeeied sovings of ander
$100,060 each. The closing of s
joiner high wosld save so over
$200,000. You ace ninhie and
.
966-3350
EVANSTON: 7501 N. Western Ave.,
Chicago
ochool decisions. However, we
ospect you to make soand linonnial decisions and this inclodes
the dosing of Apollo Schml.
298-3376
a_a
shopping centers, movies and
many other attractions. Thanks
to Mayor Blase and the Village of
MIes forthr great idea.
Sincerely,
LelIa Wheloe
Nibs, IL.
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Call to h.or FOOT-HEALTH.TELEFACTS r.sood.d nnanaeg..
oli 1h. car. el your tnt
es., Ib. s0ams, uman., nqa.e Ib. amuse. yas sOS Is h.s,
Noenber
kv receSsa sal elio.
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Weinberger
expresses thanks
PWII1W Wits in Cmm
A SEOSSCE 0000lmn ny THE POOIATRO acTion or Tas NON-Peon! cOMMONIcO CMLIO
INrOBMAOON coancir. usrnranan:aN 0000e OCHER FOOT PROBLEMS IS aLsO aeeriaoe
SU5THOOT CeflOE cdl 956-9045
General flaupilal, Park Ridge,
The meeting will be held on
Thesday, April 15, at The Colortier Club, 1414 Renaissance dr.,
Park Ridge,
tanalely, we ware denied the sppsilnoity for public discussion by
mesuro: Blaue, Sntkerand Ealick.,
I woold orge the voters of the
Members nf the Service
League, theta familien and toten-ds nia invited ti attend the Iwo-
corefslly to the various candidales for public election io
chenn. Reservations may be
made by phoning the Service
November., Our coantry caanot
afford aa uninformed eleclorate.
League nttlot-Oihi hetweenin,m.
and4p.m, weekdays.
We msot elect the most qualified,
hnaoat and experienced men and
womeO to puhlic office, Once
again, thank you for your soppert
Morchprisnary.
.
.
Concerned about
energy crisis
otatod that we won't reach selfosiiciescy notO 199$! With the
world affairu au they ore -noW,
what is my generation to do? is
policy relating to issues pending
coso issues She highne prices,
energy shoetogoo, and govern-
ment responsiveness that macem
Tenth District eesideots. I coped
to mointain a constructive, isseeoriented campaign that incites
broad participation from oar
coaosssssity. Anysoe who woald
bIse to help io welcome Coil oar
of$.ce at 982-9400. .
Thanh You,
Reboot A. Weinberger
l$thDiatrict Demoerati
Candidate forCongrase
prapriations, Labor and Cornmerce and Executive Committoes.
"An we enter a new decade,"
SaidienatorNimrod, "those also
in the General Assembly must
make every effort ta hold dawn
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taxes and spending, but at the
Same time, provide the needed
nervicés far the people of illinois,
helped bring ahont a most encouragiog voter tom oat in my
behalf lar the March li primary
I'm very pleased to have been
apointed Secretary of the
Republican Cancan and I shall
electtoo Also, I wiohta thank my
many campaign workers for the
splendidjohtheyhove done solar
centinue tonemve the peopleof the
.
in helping me in my qomsl to
become state representative
fromtheFourtb Dietrict,
.
Sincerely,
Larry Gomherg
Democratic CandidateState Representative
Fourth Legislative District
I
am writiog this lottec os a
concerned cilisen of my cornmunity. Jost last msolh my
house was horglarized nl jewelry,
money, sad stamps. My family
and I wore vocy-shonk up. NOI
because of the amonsot we loot but
because of the memories.
Everylbing that was taken seos of
ouch sentimental vaine. I
sometimes oil and wonder
wtol hind nl o perono could breah
into someone'a home and steal
one's most precious possessions.
Jost Ihm thought of a strange per-
son walking in my borné ood
touching my Ihingo, hrivgs o
lump to my throal.
OUI Legislative District and the
Stath of illinois to the beat af my
'
ability."
U of I soÑrity and
fraternity presidents
Univerulty nf illinois mrsrlty
and fraternity preuldento for the
current nchanl year include:
Judy Heldkaoop, 0005 W. Kednie,
Burglary victini speaks out
Dear Editor:
membern nf the Senate."
Senator Nlmrod alan serves as
the Mlnsrity.Spokesonan for the
Committee on Higher Education
and in a member al the Ap-
DearEdiloc:
I would like to take this opporlunity to thank those citizens who
ut,, Nilm. Sigma Kappa; Elipo
Deutuelt, 9137E. Kfldare, ShaMe,
I often hoar of robberies io my
ncightorbood; and other. neigh-
horhoods, too, for lhat matter.
What I'd like lo know is, what is
being door lo prrveot this from
happening? Obviously, not
moch
I osoS to say to myself, "I hopo
they find the per500ls) who rob-
bed my hansel" But what good
woold Ihat do? lare, it woold
save some other innocent person
from going lhrongh what we did,
but il woold sever bring bach the
things that aseanl the most to my
family and mcl
Very truly yours,
Shoros Gris
NUes, Ill.
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Pi Lnonbda Phi; Gary Blackman,
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Tau Epsilon Phi; Daniel V. Gott-
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Lederer, parents; Voice of Demaveney winner William; his sister;
Marilpo Moli, Aasiliary Voice of Democracy Chaimman and Sid
Matt, Post Voice of Democracy Chairman.
PsHnedler?" In.IroocOan knoSos with realem
"His years of experience in a
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his assurda. Sbewto are (I. to r.): Frederick E. Lederer, Muriel
theflhinais Senatefarmoataf this
decade," said Senatot' Shapira..
beruhip which discuuses party
future. Is it lime for me to hoild o
wtodmii?
Sincerely Voseo,
.
Director's office.
withhio proodparentu, sister and Pout orad Anailiary Voice
In the General Ausambly.
"Senator NImrOd hou served in
Ninirad keepo a record alati conferencea of the Republican mano-
.
name of each year's winner will
io shown
lADIES 'AUTOGRAPH"" HANDBAG
scoorhus.rd° burlop labIle souk blank les-
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M Cuacan Secretary, Senator
seo the san, wilsd, and water as
my means of power te the near
1979.
of Democracy Co-Chairmen at the recent Hoapitul Night Dinnee
Dance held by Skohie Post and its Aaailiary, at which he recteerd
baa bean placed in the NOm
North Hall of Honor, and the
PROCTOR-SILEX° pANHANDLER'"
W/CORN POPPER TOPPER'"
vii. PonH.ndlos'" nsok.: eau. ans.l.0., aes.t.blos. ..sd,otobos. .pp.000n, crop...
bonos. hnnbas6oso. 06.05.. ,n.00bnllu 004
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organization afthe leginlature.
not of notnralresourcès hut
3854 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and ils Iodico Aoxiliary in
conjonction with the nationwide Voice of Democracy competitions,
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Shapiro following a recent
there a solution? We ore ruoning
North geadoating class of 197$,
offered forfirsot, second, and thimd
multiply- o
Senator Nimrod was natnad to
the leadership past by Sennte
Minarity Leader David C.
NOes North in 1975. "Van" as ho
was lmossn by his many friands io
the high sehoalu died in January,
friends 'of Ronald Van As'sdale
ail be sued for three caah
awards-$25, $15, and $10 will be
Withmulti
Caucus los the state Seoate for the
OlstGeneralAunembly.
energy crisis? I am a 17 year old
senior io high school and wosld
like to know about the alterable
sources of fool. Post Presidento
frequently stated that nelfsnfliciency would be reached io
the UaitedStoles hy lito, hat now
theVice-PresidentofShell Oil Co.
prices respectively. lo addition, a
Sexier WiMmern I,oderem (third frees left) of Nene Thee Eaat Niob
Sebanl, rnnsmneoity winnor and 4th Diotriet winner af the Anmoal
Voice of Democracy Contest spaamrevl by Shohie Valley Post No.
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Mendrial funda provided ' by
interpretar ofprose. Each Badest
Secretary of the Republican
What is being done ahoot the
red 'Asotea-West, and Lee Hawkian-East).
The competition, open to all. be beneibed en the plaque.
Studeoto may receive mere
NOes Tosmahip high school alu.
dents, will mob - the best oral information from the English
Glenview, hea been appointed
Door Editor:
the procedures that will be sosed
for the annual Ronald Van
Arsdale Memorial Fesse Reading
Canteat.
Ronald Van Arsdale looght
Engliub and speech in the Nitre
Township Bigla Sobado . and dirested forensics and theater nett-
cities, maclading his career at plaqoe donated by the Niles
Nimrod
named GOP
Caucus
sec.
Senator Jahn J. Nlmrod, R-
aad thousands of votes in the
.
Robert Wolf, Meiy Mages and the English dirertors of nach
Gilbert Waldy hava formulated school Gansee Olsen-North, Biais-
meeting.,
10th District to read and lisien
Thanks from
candidate
fasulty members including Jamoo Apnf 11 and may pick sop
Olsen, James Van Delinder, eegietratinn!slanbo in the office of
Anactolbourbeginningntii:30
am, y411 precinte the lunehean,
Foiawlng the lanchesn, the Service Leugne will held a general
atsmic energy is Out pemfecled. I
To the Editor:
I wantte thank your cendees foe
their encouragement sod votos in
the Moech 1$ prinsary election. I
wan only skie to win the Democratic nonsination to Congress
Dear Editor:
I would like to commend the from the Tenth District by a lorge
Village of Nibs on Iheir Coarteoy Murgin us e result of their help,
Itas, heller known as the Free... and I want to hoow that i
appreciate it.
Ban. It is o great convenience for
Over the neat aoven months, I
the Senior Citiaeno, and it is also
plea
to woeh bred so a candidate,
a great convenience fur
meeting
with numsounity groups
teenagers. It has reollyhelped nu
get aroand Nileu, and enjoy its and eamsiniag acoessible,to dis-
lAsHnwsed f. WesSorn I Skakinaln.4264l
(2BlnnkaWnsaneLneS,J
.
Sincerely,
lMrs.) Bombees Huff
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8761 Ozaoam
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Nitos, nl. 60648
An Gek School I'amnt
sod o Disteict$3 taxpayer
minuten lang, ham a published
Needs will held o diatriet-wide oonoreethatcontoinu leauthan fifty
posee reading contest in wemeey percent dialogue. The mmpatiof Ronald Von ' Pendula whO tian will be held in coals echanl
taught o total of 31 years in oil with diotriet-wide mmpetitiaoo io
three aeboolo. A mmmittee of foiow daring the weeb of April
District 219 asloniniutentors -sad 21. Studante moat reginter by
Service Leagae nf Lutheran
allempt to do Ihr same, Unfor-
winner
Nilen ReM, Nilea Weot, and NOes
opriog tanclman meeting el the
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Biles Tqwnabip, High Snbnalu will miad a reading, sia to eight
Rev, Lawrence fielst at the
tried to give ail Ihr citizens of the
10th District it discausion on tise
isasea of importance to ullof sa.
I appreciate Marshall Hartmsn'n
Voice of Democracy
memorial reading Contest
Other" liti be diseusied by the
voters who cast ballots for
Thomas Flynn for- Congress, I
Revpectfslly,
Thomas W. Flyon
Nilehu schOols to sponsor
'Volonteeriom: We Need Each
Dear Editar:
I woald lilie to thank the 6,10$
to fly cut the window.
Coniniends
Courtesy
bus systeni
7615200
DES PLAINES:981 Onkton
Sincerely,
Ano Medo Aest
Student dieeetor
of progeam
8421 N. Oriole
Nies, illinois 60648
Flyni! thanks.
supporters
to deoth while sHowing $260,000
We have eloctedyoa to make mor
LGII Service
Leapie kincheoA
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dinsing sue children's programs
yea may contact Campan Life of
259-7880. It is an eocellent
oppartmsityto help those in nead.
Ono Black Werone Edens Eorwy.l
.
this same ideo. Mr. Stetina has
odvisad the children can nil he
otioo concerning this program,
the fourth shock
absolutely free.
Ifl
School to remain open. In the
sarvey taken a few yeros ago,
ested io finding out moro infoam-
we'Ilgiveyou
.
Schml Booed supporting your
nearly 75% of the eaplies were in
favorofclosingajaoiur high. Tisis
was the only claro cut reply; moot
of thee others were nearly 50-50.
l'roento have nontinoed to voice
attention thot they received from
Until April 30th when you
buy 3 of our Lifeguard,
In March. of 1978, 1 smote the
aro mIned to,go to the nursiog
home splsroaimataly todes o
chooge doe to the love nod
WHENYOU BUY3
Dear Soloed Boned Memhees:
dmision te close the Bsilnrd and
Wilson Schools. Yea hove now
closed my schooL Yea, it hoots,
bot so an adult who believes in
sound financial decisionri I resppoet yoro decision.
I am, howavar, enable to
anderatand yoro allowing Apollo
pntientn hove mode a positive
FREE
è
substantial number ore confined
to a wheelchnie or even to hod.
At the bagioniag of the nahoal
year, stadeots volanteer to mohe
a commitment to Visit and
adopt a nuesing home roddont. Campas Life sooignn otodentoto opaedcalar resident, and
slowly, a relationship develops.
Stodeoto involved in the program
wooth. It in heneficiol lo roth the
resident and the peeticipant,
becouse the resident feels secure
end loved, while the atudeota feel
like they ara accomplishing oomethiagthot is helping others. laths
pout, some emotioonlly deprived
MORTON GROVE: 5610 Donspster
P.ge lii
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ballots for,
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District 11
P.T.A. News
The Nues Elementary Sthools,
District 71, l'arent Teacher
Aasociatioa, will hold a meetiag
oa Taesday, April 873O p.m. at
Nuca North Elementary School,
6911 Oaktoo st., Nues,
The program
be on
will
mathematics and conducted by
Miss Nancy Odo and Miss Shelly
Doncan.
Children tram the fifth, sixth,
sevenlh and eighth graden will
participate. Everyode in
welcome.
The District Seience Fair wes
far the school hoard elertinnu
held at Wheeling High Prisant an
Saturday, March 22, 1980.
The following stadents tram
Ingeborg NImrOd, candidate ter
the Oahton Community College
Nifes Elementary Sehaol wem
ninnees at the District Scienna
Fair lot Place-Barbara Daehler
(only firolpiace high enoaghto go
on to Champaign), Maeh Pools,
William Hayes. 2nd Plice-Kneen,
Hildebrand, Amy Nnrdnhog; Sun.
an Tengesdol, Murk SOlsáZuh. 3rd
Place-Roheet Zomas.
Barbara Duehler will rupeeseat
An upen tarant ter cándidateu
for the Oukten Community
College Board et Trastees will he
held Tuesday, April 0 tram I ta
2:30 p.m. Is Rooms 308 araI 309,
Building 3, un the 0CC Campos,
April 12 are available from
Oahton and Nagte, Morton
Board seehing the one-year
unexpired term el the Beard
,
'Chairman who recently resigned.
hirn, NimrOd said she will ah-
,
tais applcatians ter elementary
and high school diotrict elections
as well as tor the Oaktan College
election for anyone who will he
out of tows Saturday, April 12, or
who isphysically Incapacitated..
nue school at the StOle Science
Anyone needing an absentee
Foie in Champaign su Saturday, ballot may telephone Mrs.
May 10. Mnrh Paola wan also n' NimrOd at 724-1234 or 008-3400.
fient. Ile is the eighth alterante. If
the eight propia ebnve him
shoold caoceloot, theo he can go.
Almost without exception,
voting will he held al polling
places in your bal elementary
Grave.
- Condidatea for the Beard st
Trmtees electlun un April 12 tor
the three year terms are: Gregg
R. Gostis, Glenviewl Janet T.
Jackett, Pork Ridgel and Ralph
M. Gores, Wilmette. Candidates
fur the one year term are Cede
Vye, Wianetha and b. Ingeborg
Nimrod, Gtenview.
Applications tar absentee
bollata tortheelectios may he ah.
lamed by writing, calling, or applying in persas to the Office nl
your LIFE INSURANCE - may be'
your car, home and health agent!
See or call:
373, for opecif iv polling places.
Apollu School is prood lo an5500cc that the students listed
Mrs. NImrOd has Ived in the
district since 1957. She and her
Bill Southern
below have earned the following
awards:
husband, State Sen. Jahn NImrO4
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HIGH HORORS
(R-480) and their tour childcex
7942 OAKTON STREET
NILES. ILLINOIS 60641
live in Glenview and attend Winnetha Bible Church.
698-2355
- She is a graduate st DePasI
First Qaarter: Sigtriod Schmalo
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University and a former teacher.
Her husband is Republican
spokesman of the Illinois
Lík e seed neighbor, Aneto Fo,',s is there.
STATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Senate's
Home Office, BInuI.gten. IUIno
Committee.
LEGAL NOTICE
REGULAR HONORS
higher Edncalinn
First Quarter: Christine Kwoo,
Larry Goldstein, Michael
Pravica, Kathy Lund, Won Kim,
Felice Bcensler
LEGAL NOTICE
Second Qaarler: Larry Goldstein, Kelly Denesherg, Christine
Bournias, Denise Powers, Rachel
Rosooberg, Ruta Sihwail, JaSase
Coyzewico, Cathy Cohen, Felice
Bressler, 'Linda Goodman, Amy
COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
Weiss, Elles Witt, Potty Fivixtosi, Christine Kwoa, Sigfried
Election, Tuesday, AptiI 8, 1980
lasued by
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Schmalz, Sheen Teitelbaam,
Cheryl Wilson, Jolie Groen, Deh-
lARRY PESTINE'. Sec,eta,y
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7VcL-376:?e,xt:t.e.s_.
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Second Quarter: Laara
Lederman, Kathy Land, Birdie
Chang,JohnKim
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NILES. PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT
,
so.
Mnndaythee Friday. The laut
day tar applying by mall for an.
absentee ballot is April 7. Votum
mayupply in gerona until 4 p.m.
Friday, April 11.
To appy by telephone for an ah-
From a-li the people
sentee haUnt or to obtain other
Nxl: Public Lib,ury D,e,ict,
at967-5120, ext. 373.
...
Election hours on April 12 are
scheduled trom noon ostO 7 p.m.
Polling places will bethe same as
those et the underlying elementory and high school dintricts;All
The Established Bank
Across from the Hpatt House
Touhy aed Lincoln Avenues
Linculnwood/675-2800
residents st the college diàtrict.
Al a special 000siou st the
District 04 school caucos an March 25 delegates accomplished two
goals: election at a new esecutive
committee and passage' at new
FOR LIBRARY TRUSTEES
by-lawh which enablesthe caucos
insaneS OPTO 940.asoo
.
BANK OF LIIMCOLNW000
GOOD FRIPAY - NORMAL HOURS Open In Oh. evening
hie Nicpon, Fred Biesea, Andrea
Stiglitz, Evie Cohen, Lauren Viet,
Rochelle Coehn,Catherine Jon
legislation.
Officers to serve doring the
next two years are Martin E.
LILLOYD GILLET
Johansos, chairman; Justin
Vesetucci, chair-elect; Jamen
Parisi, vice-chairman; John
Prochaska, treassrer; Karen
LIHARRY PESTINE
Enesn, secretary; Marilyn Lam-
n
n
ben, credentials; and Donna
SKOKIE TRUST
MOST IMPROVED STUDENT
Carol ilcholze, Fred -Binoco,
Frederick Agunod, Mindy
Newman, Susan Nichel, Eileen
441x3
OAKTON ST. e 3 601 DEMPSTER ST
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SKÓKIE,ILL.60076
David Berent, Fred Biusce,
Christine Bournias, Eric
Carrera, Birdie Chang, Cathy
674-4400
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Other changes iuclude a
provision tor attendance by a
cascos parliamentarian and a
reqoirement that any errors
submittod to the media be carrectodas soon as discovered.
Rosemary Chamberlain, a
Park Ridge, helped formulate
FOR UBRARY TRUSTEES
rules of order for the District 64
caucus and assisted 1970-OS
nIRENE M. COSTELLO
chairman Joe Chandler In condueling the March meeting at
JeftersonScheel,
At least one Candidates' Night
n
before the school hoard election
os April Il. Nominees chosen by
the caucos are: tsr High School
District 207 Frank C. Hasteller, a
(Two Year Teem
To Fill A Vacancy) (Vote for One)
AU. DEPOSITS INSURED TO.S40,000.00
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GOOD FRIDAY - All facilities closed at 3 P.M.
Sigfried Schmalz,' Lauren Viet,
John Kwss, RsehelloCohen
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ONS6JRnDUP-TO
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auomp.n
MAIN LOY 9 AM. to 2 P.M.
GOOD FRIDAY
MOTOR BANK B AM. ta 2 P.M.
Cítizensßank
'heeas'
good boniness"
the mor
ONE LARGeST 6I1k N IWNOIS.
Grow' Bank
ouTlinE cercAno
Main Bank: 9700. Woskegan esad
312) 566.2050
Murtos- Groor, Illinois
4'Lann Drioe.inlWatk.ap Faoility: 7350 W. Dewpstnr st. Muetue Groan, Illienis
aniversity teacher, and incumboot William F. Tarnruae,
GOOD FRI DAY-
Citizens
Bank &Trustco., One Northwest Highway
Pork
Ridge,
Illinois 60068 e Member FDIC-FRS
(312)
399-4100
A.M. to 3 P.M.
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president at hie own tina, and for
GOOD FRIDAY - 8 AM. to 3 P.M.
DRIVE ' UP 1:30 AM. to 8 P.M.
elementary district 64 Marceila
Dickerhote, homemaker active in
school organizations, Fred
who assists in teacher training,
audincumhent Glen H. Phillips,
who works tor an educational
is being planned tar the weeh
,iili_l
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FEDERAL SAVINGS
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timo.
The publie is invited to attend
Candidates' igon WedneudaT,
April 0. For toll details, caB Martie Johamon at092-49l9.
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Phone inqoiries ahout the
regietered. parliamentarian and
teacher at Carpenter School in
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dempster and greenwood . niles, illinois
60648 312/298-3300
Powers,' Pia Quinol, Rehurto
Ramirez; Rachel Rosenberg,
same positions daring tite pont
year. The ottice ut treasurer was
the new by-lows.
nJUDITH J. CZYZEWICZ
MEMBER F.D.I.C.
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Cohes, Evie Cohen, Patty Fiviacani, Monica Fredebolling,
Stephen Grant, Julie Goodman,
Jolie Green;' Desea Hasenkamp,
Sheryl Horwito, Catherine Jon,
Christine Kwon, Jeanifer Learned, Sosos Nickel,- Debbie Nidpos, Sandra Pfuodheller, Denise
"Hotline"
,
(Fose Yeae Term)
To Fill A Vacancy (Vate foe Ose)
dempster plaza
state bank
AND SAVINGS BANK
Gonzalez, David Boreal
. HONORS PASSES
Brady,'amialont credentials. The
, last three otticers served in these
created this year and indladed in
FOR LIBRARY TRUSTEES
GOOD FRIDAY NORMAL HOURS
to contorm ta recent state Flener, a university - prstemor
I Foil Tc,,, Six Years)
(Voir t'or Too)
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2720 W.,t Divon M.u..Ckkago
9147 Mcdli Walkigalt ROS4MI$Se Ct,
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761.2700
Member F.D.I.C.
District 64 Caucus
holds special session
ELECTION OF TRUSTEES - THE HILES PUBLIC
LIBRARY DISTifiCT - APRIL 8, .1980
Cook Coury FaderaI avFrg
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voters most he registered and
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SPECIMEN BALLOT
the following Financial Institutions
election information, contact the
Office tor Buelnem and Finance
student awards
Oahtos Çommuuity
College District encompasses
Maine, Niles, New Trier, and
The
Northtield Townships.
,'
the Vice PresIdent tar ßaolneao
and Finance, Building 3,.Mnrton
Greve, trom 8:30a.m. to 4 p.m.
Apollo School
school. If you need information
os this please call 007-5120, ext.
The best person to see about
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candidates speak
elections
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Science Fair
and'
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Detailed descriptions et door-
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50w heiog uccepted hy mail er at
any st the cooperating high
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Gene1
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Information on nearly 200
health topics may he obtainedas
easily as dialing 696-5525. That's
the phone number for Tel-Med. a
new heallh-information service
Dr. Romero Prudencio, from
Lutheran Generni Hnspitnl, will
Golden Agern ranging in age
Wednesday, April f at 7 p.m. at
the Morton Grjsve Public
hnpact.deficit
curacy and appropilateswus.
Lihrary.
from 72 to 85 yearn young. They
are ahoolutetymurvetonu and put
on . a abging and instrumental
spiratlon to all and of porticutur
importance to their peers. They
are full of life mid their performanees are enciting to ±he
cover a printing deficit, the 62-
Lutheran General's Service
. "Arthritis and Quaãkery' to
"Children's Earaches,"- frem
"Menapause" to "Plastic
only.
and related cancero will ho
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am. lo 9 p.s., Monday through
Friday; Fifteen phone lineo an-
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comeddtethe system
carefully ielected with three
purposes in mind-la help per-
F orIa copy of
pceueiited for womenonty; These
fine lectures by caperO dodtors in
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phase 096-5525.
"Italy" will he the uabject of b
travelogue at the Morton Grove
Public Uhrury no Tüeoday; Apri1
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8ut730p.m.
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perform at Sally's Stage, and
were ou the Real People Show on
performing as their . uudienceo
have that are LocOmOte enough to
seebim...
Celia Hunnen, Dempstcr Plana
State BunIon Ausislant Cashier, is
Citizen and nuruiug facilitinu in
Niles.
Easter Open
HOME GAMES AVAILABLE AT. .
empster plaza state ban
House
HOUSE on Sat. April 5 in the
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is ever mindful uf cnstomer appreciution and community concern. . Everyone is welcome at
our Open Houselu enjoy the
refeshments. Visit with Bo-Dino,
the Dean of Clowns, receive gifts
and tube part jo our ruffle for 10
PinshEauler Anintols.
COME ONE - COME ALL!! WE
WILL BE LOOKING FORWARD
TOSEEINGYOU.
"The Nues
.;Lk'. .. Who.
are they2"
I rood an intornst'osg stutoment
the other duy nod it brought to
Lions atu.; tt guns Ehe tins A
Womuls rushed sp tu fumed
violinist Festa Kreisler eiter n
moceet nod cried, "I'd givo my
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jU$
Moho Bunh Lobby from 9 am. toi
p.m. Dempnter Piana Slate Rauh
mind a mnssnge thnt I might hove
missed in this outline of the Nifes
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Gempofer atid greenwood "ttiIc, tilinok 60648. 312/298-3300
really enjoyed it.
That seems ta be wtsst the Ndes
Liens ore all about, hnthusiouml
Vos ought feel semeofus ueejsst
essturally enthus,autw Well that
might ho holf trse hut CARING
iO the rest answer. Carmg about
stheee, cunng about NOes. Linss
feel the prpblomo NilaO hou, uro
our problem , the eewinusttieu
need- ,,sc b,sr'eeedc. 'l'heosgh Ohr
yea .. e,' eus,. 54 15 sOste, Ihn
yoU'ee 5t
' br 'p It! tI
hoveok, get ..,'c o' lI ' she
sogeesbo
bowg u '
hove
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Levi050s, Tanwun Lin, David
Laurie Zygmust (Nues), hopes to
e raise between 600 to 860 dnllars
from this year's venture. Over 40
prizes, ali donated by the stuff,
include cairsiutors, statissery,
curling irons asduhooked rag.
The following Maine East
'li, ut Maine East tu the National
National Honor Society und will
Honor Society are Neal Aloes-
Munira Muchu, Suous Numb,
Steven
Nusko,
Stanley
Karin Engeistad, Sunas Pise,
Steven Flutter, Brad Fisionan,
Pailla Fislemas, Cherie Fraser,
Bubula, Donald Bunt, James
Steven Wells, Lee Wittenstoin,
Karen Wsidka, 1k Yi and Mary
seniors were nino named to the
sky, Nick Migiakia, Peter Millar,
la Fuente, Michael Desenberg,
Mary Dnrjatb, Robert DuBse,
Margaret Walsh, Denim Weaver,
Zum
Newly named juniors, Class of
Malinowsbi, Margarel Masdth,
Elizabeth McMabon, Jeff Meter-
Anthony D'Agostino, Lorraine de
Wudman, Andrea Waidmus,
Lloyd, asdJeanette Lund.
he inducted ut the Aprii If
ceremony. They are Maria
Present seniams who were Indacted au juniors 'as the previoss
pearinclade Leonard Aizenstein,
Janet Alberti, Paul Baffes, Mary
Dalsils, Lanrence.Dobkin, Staart
Drucker, Jaime Feldman, Edward Finnegan, Linda Gaeta,
Robert Goldman, Jobs GracIe,
Janet Hooslise, Scott Joseph,
Lisa Laurie, Alas Leib, Clark
Lienemann, Keith Medasuky,
Yvosse Milewuki, - Karen
stein, Joan Becker, Dean Rekaa,
Dave
Bernstein,
Mary
Berresbeim, Jessis Clarke,
Puvkuvir, Diane Petray, Rusaid
Daniel Egun, Leonard Gail,
Phillips, Jeffrey Raun, Jeffrey
David Garcia, Alan Goldman,
Sanbsrg, Puai Stempheski, Mary
Swidemski, Micbaéi Tamburo,
Michael Greesbuam, Gerald
Gnglieimo, Casera Hahn, Linda
Ohucbuwski, Cysthia Ofenineh,
Thomab Puicherk, Dragan
Punich, Mebui Paid, Alexander
Puvic, Murk Piemepiekar-a, Jutfrey Pine, David Pivani, Cureiys
Poticheri, Jobo Poll, Faith Fran-
Holzer, Carol bouline, Murk
no, Nancy Raker, Dovid Rim,
Schatz, David Schmid, Clifford
Peggy Thompson, Scott TomasSe,
Sharon Wuraski, und Jeffrey
Romita, Jeffrey Ii, Jeffrey Kola,
Jeffrey Kroll, James McMuhon,
Georgia Michaela, Thomas Pus-
Werfel.
nke, Liou Fiuneehi, Theodore
Pollues, Eric Preissner, Beth
Conference, an intensive four-
day meeting for fire service
trainiag
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education
,j'/if;,
specialista from throughout the
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world.
The Conference is sponsored by
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the International Society of Fire
Service Instructors and hosted by
the Memphis, Tesn., Fire Dept.
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to providean opportunity for
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leaderu in the fire service to enchange ideas and csperi eures0
and to beep abreast nf --tutest
developments in
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of prevention and detection,
supervision,
special and
Come intoNiles Savings today
and yod'11 choose from one of
the )urgest selections of "Free"
gjfto around. Also, find out how
you can wirt u Sony color TV,
get a "Free" movie theatre .
ticket, get two gjfts for thri sume
deposit, and receive a "Special
Feature Gift": AsJe your teller!
She'll give you detailed information the next time you're in.
Hurry, offer limited.
technical operations, public fire
safety education, iraining
progrsms, and - inutructionat
shills.
The infopmatios pbtaised at the
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incorporated into the Peparcontagious. Imentioned helpings
friend earlier, Obst's what eve
Uunssroslisbnst, thatosthusiu.
tic, parsing of ourselves into n
worthwhile project is really what
life is ali shunt. Boring, we see
nut, ifynu bave that caring spirit.
And il you would Ehe lu trave it,
give sometime 00 the Riles Lions.
It's benn said msoy, maisy times
you get out of life euactiy wIsst
you put into St, l55 dioidends.
We hsow se these times uf
uoçertsissty, just the effort of
keepink the waif sway from our
own door, os time mflsuming in
otself. But behre uf, the rewards
the Lions of fo0e reap w sharing
Ihot coring enihuslusm u overwhehnis,g, rl,0t'n why you'll
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The isunes addressed-thin year
.wnre puycbolngy nf an arsonist,
breathing apparatur, fire officeru
rcupossihilities and women tu the
fire service. Atatal of 43 separate
oeminars fait intosorb categories
yeso
tises IIss.pe life fonio,
Ore II,,, Nilv
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a,i,
i,., ,00ily it
dsrf, Pamela Lathum, Lynn
ser.
Fire Department Instructors
imest's Training Progranì.
it, threw ourselves into it, und
Kornstein, Kathleen Kazak,
jaminTeitelbaam, Merle Weiner,
_Miebaei Wels, und James Wer-
North MaineFire Dept. cup-
we're nu umnet as we're supposed
-to be, why
some uf us wnsle so
much ofuur Sven being bored und
enough 0f bis tifs tain numettsmg
so theo we get rest vnlue out of it.
Nomuttorwisut it wuu.pinymg the
visEn, mahing something in a
worhshop, nr just help-erg u
friend-we got eothssiustic shout
Michaei Ladis, Nancy Langes,
janlsr and sesior classes at
Stornello, Jase Ssbietto, Jamas
Tujiri, Stoves Tepper, Angela
Tauzynaki, Steve Twarowski,
Pamela Varan, Jacqueline
Stesdel, Ans Ststzmas, Ben-
talon Carl Cussïduy and Howard
Hitter attended the 52nd Annual
Conference is brought bark and
dissatished?
EvnGbudy bnows tbnt the mure
you put into something, the more
you get out of st. Euch of us, ut
nf March 24. impact bas bees Maine East will he inducted at
Siewerth, Linda Smith, Sasab
Schubert, Sunas Schulz, Cursi
Schwandt, Judy Sustris, Laura
conf erènce
du." Kneisler replied, "t did." if
some time er other, bus poured
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Fire Department
captains attend
Celia Hasuesi, Assistant
Cashier of Dempnter Plana Slate
Saab announces EASTER OPEN
Nsttósnl Honor Soriety of Secoa
dory Schools;
Stsdeats rscestly named ta the
Natinsal Hnsur Society from the
organizers Roseiynú Yasosg mielewski, Du Choi, Patrick
(Basnuckbors) and Editor Clark, Lisa Conner, Eva Cymeb,
prcuent them at Otee Senior
WHITESOX
Sneidem, Lisa Sseha, Carmeiese
Honor Society, a chapter of the
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grateful for the opportunity to
TICKETS FORALI
tu membership in thé Maine
Towsship High Schaut East
hnsnred with First Clam awards the April if lsitls)inn in the
every semester over the limt loar Maine East auditorium at 8 p.m.
years by the National Sehsiastir
The newly named National
Presa Asaociatios.
Honor Saciety members of the
"Next ta advertisIng, the raffle senior cinas at Maine East heIs oar second biggest means nf etude edirhaei Aíaenberg, Philip
suppsrttO cuver the casts of pria- Alscher, ManicO Bartus, Ron
ting the papgr" admitted llartssiak, Jumm Becher, Jahn
Asslatmt dltur and Raffle Co- Borgessa, Jamas Boudreau,
Cbairpersus Susie Kelly (North- Timothy Brady, Adrienne Breithart, Juans Cappello, Muy Ches,
field),
Susie, working With other Shari Chersy, Debra Ch-
They perform for many civic
añd. community causen. They
s the group have as much fun.
L utheran
Lisa Friedman, William Gulas- Eusdi Roues, Msrray Rosenter, Mysdre Gomberg, Richard . berg, Andrew Barbu, Eugenia
Hesse, Barbara Holzer, Renee
Jawnrsky, Chris Kutris, Eiuiue
Kotsiamakis, Kwasg Kim,
Renate Kirsehser, Lina Klopman, Bettina Kokluis, Jeffrey
Sebsoi'ssewspuper, impact, beld
its annual raffle during the week
the oreo are open to the public, : March 26. The Director Lillian
freeofcharge.
Bator,.(shown) u well us the rest
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Ons nf the high honors a
student can attain at Maine East
Savvakia, Craig SchuHs, Richard
giri staff of Mariliac Hieb
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Maine East National HonorSociety members
Guodmas, Pamela Gregory,
Suzanne Gruorop, Rosemary
is order te raise mosey tu
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sons: remain healthy; recognize
early signs nf illness, and adjust
lo serious illness. All the tapen
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On April 22 atectue on uterine
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handle the inoming calls from 10
The messages have bees
performance that is an in-
Morton Grove Health Dpt; and
this particular. one H fer men.
League and other volunteers
Surgery. ' '
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health problema presented by the
homes. The caller simply
requests the number of the lape
he wishes tnhèar.- Mcihers of
safety topics Topics range from
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This-is the second lecture on
charge inthe privacy of their own
on a variety of medical and
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spèak on "The Prostate" en
The tapes previde health-care
ioformatinn to persans without
pilaI, ParkRidge.
Tel-Med is a colledlion nf 3.5
minute tape-recorded messages
The "Alley Coin" aren group of
Raffle fundraiser for
have been screcnòd hy
physicians
on
Lutheran
General's staff to insure oc-
offered by Lutheran General Hos-
"Alley Cats" perform at
nursing homes
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The Bugle,Thuirsday, April 3, 1960
mo Eagle, Thar.d.y, Aid11, 1655
SPORTS
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Notre Dáme
track preview
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Gallagher. Keels tnak first in
track neason April 2 at Notre conference an a Junior last year.
(patevault) Sr. Tim McCann, Jim
setes pots them off lu e gmd start.
ny, Ohorleoc Pulce, Jeun Hopp,
The Maine East girls' track
Eileen Leonas, Lindo Polioses, team tuok fourth place in the
Hesty, Kis Konoleoyk,
Aen Sithn, Margie Silhn, Kathy recanl twelve learn Evanston InSnssyee, Mary Ellen Smith, Jean vitatinna),
Westenheegec, med alternates
Placing in Iwo events were
Malhele DiBeitn, Karen Dallan, Denise Loren )seeund in the 1,000
Julie Groves, and Maureen und the 080) and Pam Mattes
(second in the mile and filth in
The cnnfeceoen games evil be lhe600).
hinein Wadman took touGh io
with Carnosi, Sacred Heart Rolhigh jump.
o
ce.»
The SI. Jot)n Brebeuf Varsity
girls team climaned ils season as
consutalion champions in a
"Tnnrnanienl nf Champions"
sponsored by Latnff Chevrolet.
The opening gonad games were
held at Harper Jaoinr College,
Chicago seal its heal team,
Douglas Junior High, which han
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Barasnwshi, Sue Watson.
The SIB girls shut oat the St.
Ferdinando team daring their
opening game of the Nsrtbwest
Catholic Conference. Fnllowiag
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the encitiag championship games
nf the MacilIac Tournament, it
was a lopsided game with St.
Joho'swineiageasily.
purticipatiog io the tuorsauseut.
The SJB tram woe itt openieg
team. The starters, Maureeu
College by ese point. Sue Watson
was Ike high scorer wilh 15 pois.
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Jolie Klancsik kept the game
close is the first quarter. tq the
round game at Harper Juniur
The second cunad game was
played al Rolliog Meadows High
School, the same site where three
Kathy Belmonte, Julie Naloro,
team, played a supersectional
gume this week to qsalily for the
Elite Eight in the 6-ate Tour.
An ollessive platoon system
was employed to coaster the
superisrquichaess nfthe Douglas
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Individnal graphies preneated
at the baaqnet will be the first
quickly regained the lead. The
second plateas came hack in and
fsught bach hard. The game was
third high average ta Harsld
baseline shetmisned Ihn houp and
the SJB girls lost by ana peint to
the finest team in Chicaga. JulieICtancaik was the leading scorer
inthis game with 12 paints.
The third gama was decided by
1 paint with the SJB girthwhsaisg
hehind an aulatanding effart by
Barb Wiltgen, the leading scarer,
mba had lt pelillo.
The champienuhip game,
against a suburban public alienaI
league all star team wan atoe
decIded bu 6-lB's favar by ene
point In thefiaat mamontu, Mary
Buranowski and Nancy Surace
Were the leading scareru. lisa
Bielski and Lisa Struuun etici
down the two heut all stars during
crucial moments nf the second
half, Every SJB player played In
this all star game in a
magnificent team effect,
Beating an all star team In this
manner in the final game nf the
nessun indicates ta this reporter
that aB of these- excellent SiB
players can be regurded an all
stars themselves, They -played
thdilltng baakethalil Them four 1
point decisions in as many games
average ta BubAley nf NUes, 179;
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lo Bob Aley-sf NUes, 636; third
high aerim to Peal Stempinski of
Riles, 029; firSt high game to Bill
Galanter of Marion Grove, 247;
aecand high gilme tu Paul Stem-
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pissats of Niles, 247; and third
TamFahep
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RayFrehies
CarlUodquist
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high game te Marc Cooperman nf
Martouttrave, 242,
Additional awards ta be
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Average taMark Morriann of Des
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Wan climaxed by a ntanding
nvatiaa at the awards ceremuny.
However, the 5,19 gIrls and 6h.
fans jumped up tu burnt. farth
with the lnudesl cheer far coach
Pant Mnraueh
Sluokie Lanes
Wach olMareh 14,1900
Team
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high average la Paul Stempiaski
al Rites, - 180; aecoad high
is douht until the final buazer:
With seconds left on the clock,
Coach Past Maraseh called 2
time aula to develop a flew ia.
bounding play that caught
Douglas hy complete surprise.
Unlnrtunutelp the unmolested
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in the Maine East student
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The club's banquet wiltbe held
with a new
Pl.,
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Anuericas Rivet Cu.
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the meeting.
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Ladies Bowling
Merles Grove. In Divisiaa C the
first place team is eaptaia Steve
Jell Christenhottz of Morton
see point half.timd lead. The
same strategy wan used lathe
aecund half to wear dowe the nut'
standing Douglas team. Douglas
H.Goroy
M. O'Caannr
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Plaines, mtf Rosea of Merlus
Grave, and Jeff Karnatein nf
and Nancy Sorace Is overcome a
fuur poixt deficit and move ta a
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Nues, Murray Rosenberg nf Des
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Stan Ooarswaki is the 680 C.S;L.
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265
472
409
H. Garay
M.Duhersdh
M. Luches
is Division B went to captain Dois
Thompson, Nancy Suruce, Sac'
Watsun, hachura Wiltgen, and
second quarter SJB used a faster
assiquicker platoon st Mory Jane
111gb sertes
M. Calliaen
residing in Morton Grove Is
Demon track results
Grigols is the two mite run, Steven
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March lO saw the cloue al rompetition between members al the
Maiae East Boys' Bawling Clab.
League champions in Divisina A
are captain Dave Pisani of Rites,
Bah Aley nl Niles, Cm'y Klein'
schmidt of Riles, Carl
Msellenhamp al NUes, and Dave
Esteri aIDes Plaines. First pleca
Top row, left te right: Mary Jane Marusek, Kathy Belmonte,
Julie Klascnik, Bunk Wiltgen, and Maureen Thompson.
Coaches are leltto right, PaulMaruseh, and Mr. John Morusek.
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Fiando, Paon Feeund, Lindo Flor-
hog Meadnws), Regine and
Most have the potential to be
genii high school players." He
had praise for the defensive et.
forts nf Nancy Surace, Barb
Denion Girls'
Ceenio, Kim Drelsobi, Mney
Smith.
out. After the game, Pat O'Connett, varsity basketball couch at
Marittac, indicated that the 1JB
girls "have an nolutaasting team.
Wiltgen and Mary Jane Marusek
showed during the tooruament.
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The cosine includes Eileen
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enciting and entremcly close
semi-final game due to an excetlent defensive eflort. ta the
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The Mortun Groqe Park
District Tanela League wIll hold
its springmeetíng TueadaR 'prti
15. The meeting wIll he held at
the Prairie View Field HannO in
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In the 2nd game agaiest the girls
from St. PhitBpa, Nancy Surace
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lost yeac's record was 2-0. This
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W k IMa bS7 1980
TeamSth,dhig,
tu. Bach Wiltgen followed with lt.
This year's captais io Kevin ofthr bent.
The Mnsillae Nsethotae mitholl Wmdlasds. This is the second
neosoa io conference competition
foe Cuach Poosboch's Northstars;
Tue.daymoralagn 9:30
Standings Apeitl, 1990
Tennis League
spring meeting
TheGolfMainePaekDiteirtis intonleague. Teopea will be
currently accepting regatretion- -ajj to the Brot und second
foe this encornez 'u Womeis'u zInco toumo io brat, eh, I......
Softball League. Allgameuwillhe
d the playoffs. Ten.. rosters
moaoay evening. an most beve a minimum of i, end
mus, ,:aa ann mua p.m., negm- e maximum of 18 playo...
t. John Breheiif
'Women's Bowling
Wonien's Bowling
Jaseph of Witmette, Sac Watson
wen the high scorer with It pais-
Hard cork und determination
esili molle the varsity squad one
loom lisse-op is set for the 1980
season. Conch Rick Paushnek
ostentad ig foc the tuasse und 4
sllemsles. The girls opened the
season with u evünning 16-ta
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2nd pIace. During their first
game against the girls from
second in Conference with a 50 yd. dash Phil Abatecola.
atroog event in discos, shntyul,
Marillac So fthall team
st. Joies Bre6euf's tth grade
girls varsity baskethall team is
beginning its "second season"
following the cnrnpletiun nf the
practice acatan in the
Chicagataud Conference. The
girls wilt now participate in the
Northwest Catholic Cenferenee
la the recosO Moriltac High
Scheel Tanenument heeling 15
teems, St, Jahn's girls captured
Other members of the team
the Warren lovilalional and lank high hurdles) Mike Molvihill and
.
Women's Softball League
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"Notre Dame is a strong team, Miaasala, Jim Kawutctszyh;
and will Ikreoten Marini in the (highjnmp) Bah Casper, Tam
conference race."
(2-mile ran) Dan
Holy Cross,and St. Pat's are Naitghton;
Rithy, Jim Les; Steve Zimmer;
heavily favored to do well io Con- (shotput) Glenn Gonrsky, Dan
Fitzpatrick,
Kevin
Notre Danses strong events Gallagher, BillandGajewshi;
Ore highjnonp, pole vanti, shot (discos) Joe Wrsnw (triple jump
Pol, and the 2-mile ron and esile lung jump) Dan Bombeo; (880
ran. Last year, Notre Danv woo rilo) Terry Canvey; (low and
lnngjnosp and triple jnrnp.
SJB girls varsity cagers.
with the rest of St. John's henkelhail teams.
Notre Dame will begin a new
Dame against Holy Cress.
Traàk coach Tony Kozole said,
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The Begle, Thsmnday, Apr53, 1000
First place for Nues
Elementary Concert Band
Mnsio Association district hand
mutest, held on Merck SS nl the
Wéstmont Je. High Snhml. Fit-
guest director
The twrntyosin member Roger
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teen school bonds puetteipated ins
the onslest. Each band performed
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feue uutathnding attmoctinns offered durlug the 1900-Bl season hy
Cencpmt
Community
the
other orchestras.
The Monly Alesasder Tria
features mnoicat fanorite,
Association of Maiue.Township.
Other concerto will feature Philip
Creech, tenur, the Monty Atenas-
Quo Vadin", for which she won I theee selenItoso und wm motu.
the Oahlos Theater Award. The oled and rutad -by three judges.
Fuchs, Ricky Porsy; Scott SorSo;
The Ntteu Canceet Band in
Intlowing year Ma. Jacobs wan
co-student director st Oakton's directed hy Mrs. Jzcqaelis)e Tilles haritones-Kes Reek, Dove Buectdeee; tuba-Rick Muephey; per- S
production of "The Good Doctor" und hun 52 membees: lutes-Km
and also played in "The Defrn. lee Sehweoo, Kuthy Poumon, cansion-Jerey Kroeger, Dueler
Wsnubaeh, Tom Nichus, Jorfe
selpss Creatnre." She and her co-- Nediese Hanson, Barb Kussel,
Sesteo, Bob Murray, Robert
director won Ihr Oahtoo Theater Honey Chmiellusbt, Linda Dioch,
Laurie ReicheR, Lyndn Rabey, Goldborl.
Award Ihat year.
Mrs. Tilles and the Concert
Claudio Geuellser; oboe-Barbie
Since graduation, she has been
making -Ihr rounds of the ages. Gambler; elurteseln-Ctzsdy Shop- -Band would libe to theists Mr. Ed
cien, appeared in prndaetisoo far iowobi, Nency Remos, Ckeeyt - Escher foe helping the students
Chicago rrheatre Strategy and Torees, Amy Nordohog, Dennue to preparo for the content and Ike
followiog people who cusor 01aug
Conntry Cmb Theatre, as well as Zych, Karen Wilszewshi, Ctndy
a film entra and in industrial Byehowshi, teene Basilla, Lisa to cheer os on: Mrs. Avrlla, Mr.
films. She wilt be doing -a one Fellerani, Beets Scham, Leslie 5550mo, Me. Colber, Me. Macphy,
womno show as Sosas B. An- Power, Sharon Zuiglor; hess clari- Mrs. Pottison, Men. Pnrcp, Mrs.
thony for Past Performances nel-Dove Kobylesbi; zita sanar Rabey, Mes. Remus, Mrs. Ziegphones-Clusde Schroeder, Rab ointe, uod Mrs. Zeitler.
this year.
"All I Want" by Brace Hichey
is the story nf an aptowo family
and their fight lo onrvive.
Originally presented at Chicago's
Victory Garden Theater, Oaktos
College Theater hrings it bach to
the Chicago area for as encore
performance with Mn. Jacobo as
special guest director.
Games people play io the theme
Barb haber, Renne Jaworshy
"All t Want" is lakes frpm acfor the '79-80 Terrapin show, and Beth McMahon.
tuai case studies in Chicago. li which begins April 17 at 730 p.m.
Addisg some "Tronhte" lo the
original componitison and jazz
treauures, carried off with a fahr
by the pianist, basatat and
drummer. They have appeared
der Trio, add Pianist Jumes
Dich,
Shirley Jacobs, (r) guest director for the ÔCC production of 'At!!
Wont" consults with Linda Morgan, asniotánt director. Ms. Jacobs
has been active in local theater for a number of years. She is a
resident aiDes Plaines. Linda, an Oakton stadcnt, lives is Nues.
A funny thing happened on my
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April 17, 18 and t9, and 24, 25 and
26.
Shirley Spiegter Jacobs gait
working for her hunband as a
legal secretary in the susnsner of
1915 and entered Oakton Com
munity College as a freshman
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Jacobs. "Ithad been 35 years
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Funerarlunches a-Special Occasion Parties
donhte trapeze by Elisa Pieu and
trapeze by GtgiVee.
Girls' gymnastics acts will inelude beam roatiors by Laura
Pieu; bars rontinen hy Lyoette
Mtlstgad and Carmie Stornello;
and the Tiggers by Lori Greenburg aodJenny Stopa.
Group acto io the show include
of the girls' gymnastics team,
which finished second in stole
improved memhrr, most iniproved uew member, and mast
valuable memher. Also at this
time, gag awards are given, and
the officers for the upcoming
year arr a505unced,
The officers of the '75-tO year
are President Kalte Chryslal,
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from the Broadway staght The
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gospetmusic, and contemporary
Christian mnsic. There io no ad-
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After the Aprii 17-19 shows,
members will hold their annual
Besides being the sponnor of
and streamers; hon kart tnmbling;
clown
tnmbttng;
unicycles; group - trapeze;
The Roger WagnerChorate will
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they prrsentsuch awards an most
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Oared a syncbronioed owiuuning
ochool.
It was held every
Saturday morning for youngsters
Ihat wanled Is learn water batteI.The teachers of this school were
Terrapinmembern:
look over, there were only 12 acto
in the show, bot today circos club
audiences will see nearly 3f acto.
circus club Miss Aueinou is coach
Park Ridge (096-3388).
Thin year Terrapin atoo spos.
asd Miss Betty Aselson became
the sponsor io 1975. When she
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Terrapin members claim to have
had a super time, They said,
Guys featured in this year's
Circus Reese are Franh Andreos, Dave Biesche, Howard
Biesoke, Chris Krzysko, Tony
Krzysko,- Tom Palchech, and
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Terrapin was also active in
vaulling;.odagio, teeterboard;
modern gymnastics, a dance
sit_It for the loar -concerts.
This year, like every 'other
year, Ike Terrapio members
Joe Went.
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Spanish web by Sue Sonder;
mernberships are available at
Family memberships at $37.59
ace offered for parents and alt
children of the family thrnr high
Ihbir own costumes.
Putting hin time and esrrgemn.
tu the andis portion of the show to
include Itnaihee Grieco, Steve
Dickoos, Jeff Nanhervis, and
_5
Trojan, Lisa Was, and Elisa
Jan & Zophia's
Restaurant-Bar-Lounge
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,
1er, Park Ridge. - Individual
have choreographed their own
routines and have constracled
by Kalte Chryslat -and Jean
Dents Berk500, 967-5129, cnt. 293.
performance for arganizations
noch as the Boy Sconto, Girl
CIo..dMnndmo
,
productions is limiled.
ooditortnm, Dempoler and Pot-
Performing io their first show
Zimmerman.
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points, minced chollos, dod modeltoig clny.
Bring The Kids And The Whole
Family To Meet:
formances are os Sandays in the
Maine East High School
A. llpeto, C. Verrechia, and P.
an the "Game of Life," Cynthia
Bair asd Karen Jaachs an the
game "Ballte Ship," -and
"Chinese Checkers" performed
reserved basis. Seating for all
Admission tó concerto is hy
memhershtp cord only. Alt per-
Malee, fc. Nankervis, S. Petray,
J. Rntter, L. Schatz, C. Spatoro,
Foreman and Rochette Robinson
Seating for rehearsals is so a non-
Carmie Stornello; and single
Lone!, Dinner Tioneday
W.dñ..dny
traying Raggedy Ann and Audy.
woter mlors, poster points, finger
(Your Choice) WITH OUR COMPLuMENTS AT-
V7
N. Hildebrandt, S. Kitroy, A.
-Other darts include Linda
art education and acme of its
These teehoiques will include
mme of the uses of croyons,
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR ONE FREE DRINK
i(U'
Dimo, D. Frawley, D. Giometti,
Joyce aod 1Jan Jensen, por-
ton.
VAUJABLE COUPON
year is Tenas,
this year ace the new members:
K. Christensen, R.,cogltaneoe, N.
Thompson.
Co-ed doets wilt metodo Sharon
special performances io st.
cost $t.tO for stsdenta and $2 for
adotto.
to addition, on April lt at 4 p.m.
the circns ebb will hold a benefit
, SPECIALS EVERY DAY - TUES. THRU SAT. =
swn.sIwmDn,wI50 2J0
open In the pablic on April 15 and
1g allAs p.m. Admission Io these
Planteos and Lisa Wan; rings by
Gigi Vee and Carmie Stornpllo;
The Finest of Polish or American
i Food - Cooked to Order
250
special dress rehearsals will be
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theme of Solitaire will be Peggy
Tickets are on a reserocd seal
Illinois, and one and all are htvited tn-attend thin yearn Cirem
Revae on April 11 and 12 in the
girls' gym at 7:30 p.m. -Tickets
Scouts, etc.
la honro of their own lime
learning ubeut modem ereetive
Round Tsp Festival held each
Vorrechts.
Swimming the noto tu Ihr
basis ooiy at $3 per persan, $2 for
students and senior citizens. Two
C50000anity College al 96y-5t2S,
est. 320 and ash for Mary, or call
(Very Reasonable Priges)
T.a.day
lunch periods io the cafeteria or
atthe door.
sleeves und trying out the tackniquen presented hy Ms. mentI.
people and has foanded the
Alice Maler, Beth McMakon,
Ghil Peterson, - Linda Smith, Peggy Thompson, and Ctndy
may be purchaned daring the
lt's another first for MaineSolos and dueto for the show in-\
East - the snl' circnn club in rinde swinging ladders by Liz
2:45-4:55
7:1O-920
In
p.m. shows will be $2.50. They
Maine East s Lircus rievue
SAT.bSUN:
service praoided by Binney &
Smith hoe., makers 0f Crnyotu
crayons and other nehmt ort
music as welt. He has performed
throughost the U.S.A. and
Europe. He is a favorite of young
Kalte Chrystal, Linda -Foreman,
Heather Grieco, Karen Juacks,
Renee Jaworshy, Skaros Joyce,
lt and 19, asd tickets for the f
time for April 17 and 24 in tAt
p.m. CurtatntimeforApcillt, 10,
25,and2g is83fp.m.
class during-her first semester at
7:00-9:10
Pnrticiputiugleacheeu will speed
free
A
maturintu and taels. They wifi
lenco by doing, rolling op lheir
Tennessee.
nducutiouzl
Priocipet.
Pianist James Dich, artist of
exceptional versatility, will
present a program of romantic
repertoire and contemporary
show are this year's seniors:
The show wilt atoo he erfsrmed Friday and Satarday, April
5, Room 541, on the Morton Grove
campas, 7500 N. - Nagte. CarIais
For information, call Oakton
schssl'n prsdsetion of "Status
WEEKDAYS:
momento which Chicago critics
call "the most moving piay to hit
this town in years."
The play will be performed in
Oakton's Theater Lab; Wailding
Shirley registered for an acting
. Oakton and was east in the
in the newpuol and will cost $1.75.
Humillan, who heu taught engen-
sively and holds a Mnster's
degree from the University of
nounced recently by Mr. Milo
Heilmun, Wunhington School
Maine East Terrapin's
Annual Show
creates dramatic and comic
conducted by Mu. Cheryl M.
on April 15, 16, and 17, 1980 ut
Wushiugten Schont, it woo an-
at clubs, colleges and on the concerI utoge.
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supplies, the Wortthhnp will be
Au Art Worhuhop will be offered
ins EssI Mutne-Schoot District #63
Metropolitan Opero, ' and as
soloist with the Chicago 5pmphuny, Cincinnati, Bertis und
Wagirer Chorale will he one of thè
Chester; trsunptz-Duve Ziegel.
std, Mike Yeller, Bifi Terpinas,
Stone Itaggensun, Tim HueR,
Kathy Moeeay, Tom Hanson,
Scott Steiuer, Brian Wozniak;
French horns-Jim Obnrmann,
Julie DiModicu, Cindy Genou;
leomhnnes-Tnny Avellu, Murk
eutiug ut the Illinois Gmde School
District 63 árt workshop
Maine -Township
concert program'
Giuncohie; tener suuophnne-tny
Moitai; buritasne suunphonn-Put
The Nilen Elementary Scheut
Concert Baud won a fient plum
0cc graduate returns as
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TheBsgle, Thursday, AprIl3, 1980
by Ed Haeso,
fresh fruit, fairly burntig with
Don't miss Joke Joseph's super
Euster Party this Sundoy at juice, and all kinds of delicious
Restaurant,
candies, cookie and assorted
7740
goodies that will give your
Milwaukee ave., NUes.
taslehuds a new and protonged
thrill. Try it you'll love it!
Tlsird, Jubo is havisg a sapersperial meau with caleces of all
the tràdttioaal Eosterfavoriteo -
Baked Hdm, Turkey, Roast
Lamh, etc., etc.
Fourth, all of Jahr's truditisnul
7-course Easter dinoccs are
priced exactly as they were last
year despite aa Inflation cast la
food preparation exceeding 24%.
These prices are hed-rock low.
And the saper, sopor huge salad
bar is free, lake an mock as you
Thirty-two members of the
Michey Mbrgas will hr doisg
Maine East Circos Club will appear oit Boon's Circus this weeh,
io preparation for the aonual Cir-
with Jachie Judea and Elisa
The group acts include
include Tony Kryzho, Jerry
Spivach, Tom Palchesils, Frash
Andreou, Dave Bieschhe, Reis
Krysezko, Hnwie Bieschhe, and
John Abuja. Their partners are
Variety Glu!) Week
mer and a t or 12 string guitar
slung across his shoulder round
out his quartet. Extremely versalue, Lopez plays everthing
and she told me I was replaced
nithtaleat.
Second, Jake han added 35
items lo his salad har, foc Easter
Suoday, consisting of alt sorts of
sary !1927-l980) during Variety
Club Week April 6-12, 1900 over 53
years ofhelpisg childreo in need.
j-
r
husioess organization who ore
celebrating their 53rd Assiver-
Highlight of the weeh long
salute will be the 13th asnual
Variety Club Celebrity Ball,
Friday, April lt al the Hyatt
'lt's Amore"
llatwasoa0000Ial
from Golden Oldies to Country
Westens and con switch just as
easily to Latin American sIan-
And that's wt( foal
y
wliea yea taste oar Pissa -
fair, will honor Fahey Flynn,
Channel 7's celebrated - asd
lt's "Itha"
distinguished newscaster, for hin
Soul not sety "Lone" oar
Phea - M ALL al sur albis
outstanding contributions lo
Childres's
Club
Variety
Charities. Fahey, along with
Barbara Walters, ABC News
Correspondeol, will reign
Pail, Dbos
Nibs
House Of Pizza
7560 Milwaukee
supreme as King and Queen of
Hearts of the festive evening.
Call 774-4121 For Delionry sr Pick-Up
Wo OìOvnOalvd'm I, Nia Ooa
The Iruvelng nf India was
produced-and narcaled by Frask
Klicar, a graduate nl Roosevelt
University and a prnfessionul is
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adult
educalios element of Oahtos
MONNACEP
is
Community
the
Coljege
io
cooperalion with the Maioe,
Niles, and Gleybrook high
schools. For information, call
967-5521.
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laskofgas."
"Regular or unleaded, I presume, Dr. Livingslos but no
Children 's
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premium?"
"Right no," replied Brisk, us he blinhed bis eyes and rubbed
biumustache bi the dosons earlylight.
"Ronald-, you and I are the only two sane people upox this
planet Earth. Butsomètimes I'm notub sure about you,"
"Eddie, y000r.emy PR, man goahead and sel it up."
I did. It's on page 5 of all Bugle Newspapers. Just buy 4
Theatre of
the Deaf
The Childreo's Theatre nf the
Saturday avening, May 3rd, the
Graod Ballroom st the Mareielt
Lincolnshire Resort will resound
with Iba morvelousmusic of "The
Sentimental Gentlemen of Smisg," Toosmy Dsruey. -His music
will be heard mhoñ the ono und
ooly Tommy Doroey Orchestre
ugeocy servisug handicopyad resi-
conducted by Buddy Morrow,
Mocriohl
dosts al the Northwest sobuehm
oreo, was fauodad 55 yemo ogo
by ponants of retardod cbildoeo.
The Benefit Diooer Dones will
begin ut 7:00 p.m. on Satoeduy,
Moy3nd, witha cocktail recephino,
in the Grund Ballroom st the
Liocolzsshiee, . followed
by di000e ut 5:50.
Reservotions foe Ike beneht seo
ovoiluble by phooiog the Cloue-
bcmh Developwnst Office
01
255-Ol2n.
to $25).
Broadway." A musical review of
nix of the most famous Broadway
shows done in song aod dance by -
"Right, old buddy," Ron Bnjsk unid, "hnw about asolker cop
o' tea?"
heariog and deal actors using
tf yon are a senior citizen, 62 or older, in additino lo buyiug the
4 Red Ryder uhochu, yosi get an additiouul 10% diocomt from
Brisk Aulomotive Supply's low wholesale price plus the lash lull
voice uod sigs luoguage In coro:,
musicate wilh the oudience.
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Che Center On Dealoess in
Gleoview founded the Childreo's
heariog impoired for boib apprecialino and yartieipation in
1973. The present rust nf five deal
and Fine henning children ages 10lt bring exciting und entertaining
Ihealec In both hesriog and deof
audiences. This program is purlially suppnrled by a grani from
Ike Illinois Ads Council, a slate
agency.
"Return to nruudway" will
premiere Saturduyeveniog April
1ewtzliiu(6 at
AR VET'S
Fvt Cate't Diiate't.
Lone Tree
Inn
(FreeCaesar Salad with all Dinners)
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P1(01w 967-9790
7710 N. Milwaukee Ave
Nibs -
..Áz4«L141we
.
ACts
BEGINNING
AT 2 PM GOLABKI
PIEROGI
FRIED CHICKEN
$495
495
495
AND
.
U,ftM, aSt
DELICIOUS
OUR EASTER SUNDAY SPECIAL
ail I,,ddn .mr, .kd, d ....rt J mita.
1
'e-e-d
.
Cnllege io Evanston. Adsll
tic!seln $3.01, children $1.10. For
IWaine IVortli Concert
Maine Norlb's 50 piece-ymphonic Wind Ensemble will per-
The program will feature
Brad Maos and Bill Vumes who
will perform "The Three Jacks'!
3woei&
RESTAURANT
7O4 W., OAKTON ST., NILES
And, get this everybody, When you buy ynun gas, regular nr
unleaded, from Brisk Anfomutive, they busist ou wasbing your
windows, checkiug your oil, poor lire pressure (il you desire)
oud emptying your ash tray. Most gas stations talk about sen-
vice, hut BrIsk Aatomotive dues It - and with a smile! They
boom customers are not always right - but Brisk treats all
customers au tao' they were right. Il's service with a smile al
wholesale prices atBriuk Automotive always,
And ahout Roo Brisk personally I cast say too much for thin
great guy, this hunnvator, this entrepreneur, this mas about
town, Why, I'd defend this guy to his last hoch! Snmeday, I
mlghtevenbay him a cup of tea.
60025. Phone - Vejen or TTY - 312-
trumpet soloists Jach Reiter,
.j
If you need a muffler, get the bent, guarusteed as long as you
own yaue car, Maremoaat Tueho-Fluw And, if pou are a senior
citizen, you eau also get an additional 11% dIscount off BrIsk's
lowwtzolesalepriee.
For a limited time you cao now save $$$$I$ lip lo 45% 05
sturmdooruundwindsws (seetheirad onpage 12).
Storm doors and windows qualify under the government's
110-5620.
by H. Walters,
Sophomore solnist Debbie
Srnch will alun perform "The
Magic Trampel" by J, F, Burke.
Admission for the comeR is l
for adults und 50g for students.
Fine Arts Bonoter memberships
will be h050rod,
Maine North is Ihcaled at 9511
Hanni010, Des Plaises,
limaey with the oudience. Other
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"Fiddler on the Roof", lyrics
by Sheldon Rarsich, music by
Jerry Bock, remains one nf the
hislony. of Broadway. The plot
revolves around Tevyre, a poor
their five daughters, all faeiug
the hardships of.peasant life in
technical features -of the show
Come and esjny a very special
evcoiog! Tickets can be purchased from any member of Ike
show or startiog Monday, April
21, tieheta will be no sale at Mame -
East High School, sear the
student cafeteria from 7:30 am,
Maggie Mitchell, Kathy Pape,
She small village of Anatevka, the
show boasts such bita as Sunrise,
Sunset, Matchmaker, If f Were a
Madeleine Riley, Donna Russo,
Ano Slattcny, Nancy Tardif, aod
Prayer,
525-4454, ext. 439.
RIch Mao aod The Sahhath
Rosana Yusez will travel lo
Mexico City Sor three days and
'theo mnnc Os toTaxco for a day
und conclude their leip with Ibree
- days io Acapulco. Miss Edznsedo
emphasized Ihat this Irip will be
00 encelleni opportunity to "enpose Ike girls lo a cullsre nlher
than Iheir 05m, II provides the
Spanish speaker with a chancela
use the laogoage."
In Mexico City Ike girls will
--
through I p.m. Monday theo
Friday,
Fon luRker infonmatios, call
Happy Holidays To All
Of You From All Of Us
a
EASTER aNNEO MENU
.øS croe S.,..., mro.
ezzweza Osorio .,,uax soa.ee
sa.050pR000:800 rois.
participale in a live-hoar tour,
which includes vioils- In the
government buildings, the
Iioiversily of Mesico City an well
as other places of tourist islerest.
In Taxen the girls will browse in
Ike world-famous silver shops.
Other ntodenls will cruise
throughout Acapulco karabor an
a yacht nr Jost relax and enjoy
their escatios,
Milwaukee Inn Restaurant & Lounge
6474 1. MilwaukeeAve., Nues
ocres suns
WECATERTO
BOwLINOBANCUETs
792-1835
seso osa e. so, un
GIANT
SALAD
BAR
V
.d INCLUDING
I
A VARIETY
OF
FRESH
FRUiTS'
WITH
ENTREES
energy c055ei'vution program. Lot's say you buy $1,500 worth ut
Kemsey Aluminum Products nr $500 or asp amouzl. Von cas
deducl 15% of the purchase price from your become tao, And
now's the lime with income tax just around the canoer. Take adVantage of this 15% dedactios on your federal taxes. See Bill
Keosey. HeU explain itall to pua no obligation.
Kemsep Alumlanm Peadnetn, 7575 N. Milwaukee ave., will
alungive poufree entimateu on your neqoirernenta.
EaoterBanny atBeuwu's Chicken
Bring the bids and the whsle family to Brows's Chickyn this
Easterllunday,AprIlBth.
From 11 am. to 4 p.m. the Easter Bunny will be passing nut
free candy and bailsom und everyone will have a realfuo lIme.
And you can save $1 off Bromos Chicken Feast No, S by lurmng mthecoupan intheirad os puge 29.
Come use, come sil to BraWO'u Chicken, Wauliegas aud
Rilwaukep ave., NUes.
ENThEBt BELOW INCLUDE
7-Caurse
Dinser
socn
Chlckeo Neadir
7 Course
Dinner
ROAsT YOUNG TOM TURKEY o/ORES5ING
00,x57 LAMO 0fDOE5OING
tAKES SAIsI so/PINEApPLE SAUCE
ROAST PORK w(ORESSINC
OGAST SPRING CHICKEN
VEAL PARNIIGIANA wIOPAGHUTIl
(00 poizen scuoteltble>
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF, rO jus
LIVER a/ONIONS o, OACON
CHICKEN KiEV
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Steaks & Chops
N. Y. S1'e,sK Icho:.. B,oII.dj
BROILED SKIRT STEAK
Two OROILED CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS.
,eilh applexuone
Jake's
Special Breakfast
Monday thru Friday
xzruzd iron'
12 M!dniu ho Os 15 AM
2 Thin Pork Chops
with 2 Large Eggs
1.94
Skirt Steak
with 2 Large Eggs
2.19
OROILED COOICE ncr STEAK
SROILFl3 CHOPPES SIRLOIN STEAK
Pe,oiao sople
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Seafood
INCH FRIED Jt000 SHRIMP ,./Çuke,ii S,.um
Baked Ham
with 2 Large Eggs
1.94
Ahana tonno. narood with
Toasu. Jelly and Ratte,
Na llubartthoun.
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will include a house that opens for
isterior ucedes and closes duniug
Ihe exterior negmeots.
nccessar
Up to 40% uavlags at Kemsey AlumInum Producta
Ike Cenlnr us Dealiheos, SII
Wuskngan Rd., Glenview, Il.
-Jok0505, and set desigoer, Roger
nf gas ($25 maximum), Prmf of your ear registration is
hebdo and inlnrmalino conlacl
April 10 at S p.m. in the school's
theulre.
ARVEYS
,
T-BONE STEAK DINNER
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IIUJ)J)Y Easter 'i'si All
T t,-o.
REASONABLE
- Ike Performing Ails, Noliosal
form in concert on Thursday,
B'teakoM,
Co
SERVING COMPLETE POLISH/AMERICAN DINNERS
191k and Sunduy aflern000 Ayril 201k ut Ike Weisstcin Cenler loe
Johnson, wife of direclor, Craig
pre-revolationary Russia. Sel in
Theatre with a goal of oyeoing
the world ot the arls In the
costume desigos by Catherine
early March.
RussiaO Jew, his wife Gnlde, and
Gabriel Red Ryder shocks andyou cao get a free tank of gas (up
Deaf preseslo, "Retors to
Isnunative is Manie East's 1500
pnoductiois are the original
crew bane bees working since
son and Miss Marjorie Edmunds,
will leave for a ouc-weeb
Eilees Marth, Carrie Mantis,
For gas in eaergy Andlsve requires energy.
So, without gas, is our modem society, where you gonna go
asdwhal are you gonna do?
Talk is cheap but ittakeu money lo.bsy whiskey. Nowadays, it
tabes mare money ta hoy gao than itdoesto buy whishey.
'
So, letme relate u little story.
It happened nue night, io the wee small hours of the morning
wheoRnn Brisk (sorne guys never learn) and I, while esjoying
tea and crumpets al 0e-Te-Blases Tavers, a new idea was horn
whereinlea wusthe midwife,
You see, Roo and I frequently rub each other's minds till Ihe
creativenparks begin lu fly. Andthese-"sparks", libe slurs, soar
thru athosuand galaxies, particularly on the oightnf lidI moons,
and RonBnisk says:
"Shop, I waunu give away a whole tankfullofgauolioe,"
"Ron, you are, indeed, a genius nf the first waler or shuuld I
say lea?"
"If folks buy four Gabriel shocks, I'm gossa give 'em a free
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Kleiofeld's concept of a ramp
surrounding Ihe orchestra pit
area that will facilitate an io-
longest rusoisg shows in the
Ober, Julie Graves, Silban Hass,
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through sesiono. Ix addition, Ike
orchestra and behind-the-scenes
Os April 4, Ihinteen Manillac
girls along wilh teacherchaperones, Mrs. Dorolby Grim-
nacalion in Mexico. Studeoto
Debbie Danno, Calkerise Dor-
And most importantGaol
,resideots tO and above, $1.
Clearbrook benefit
brolion" Benoht Dinner Dunes.
The Costee, (foe the hoodieapped!, o not-fee-probt cononossily
Motoring,
Love,
Fishing.
Travelizig.
Love,
Boating.
Love.
The cosi- nf Ihe MONNACEP
Tnavelog is $2; for 0CC district
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issued proclamations designating
April f-12 no Variety Club Weeh
io Illinois and Chicago.
ond Mayor Jane Byrne bane
Parks.
Plcsics.
on locolinn.
He will . be nhowcasiog his
talents nightly st La Murganila
Restaurant no Dempster st. is.
Both Goveroor James Thompson
Baseball,
bach'grosnd ond sound recorded
rock aod disco.
-performs for the Clenebroob Ceotee 25lhAuoiveessny "Silver Cele-
Love,
tilled norralion, with musical
dards like Malaguena or light
Morton Grove.
to
than a quarter nf a million miles
on sis cnotinesln. His filmo are
known for the lively and humor-
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Mexico trIp for
Marillac students
envirnnmestal and ecological
sciesce. He has Inaveled mnre
Lopeo blends the s055ds of four
iostrumeots. He usen a complex
piece of equipment known an a
Pcda-Band to give him hass and
organ sounds. A sidemao drum-
Regency Hotel. The slur-studded
Ball, o red carpet, white glove uf-
Daan M.eths Oat "lots"
jugglers Linda Haber and Stich
Green.
chestra! AI Lopez is no ordioary
eslerlainer. A talented sisger,
gave one to my lady friend Angie,
diog lo lhe Circus acts will he
They call bios a nne-oías or-
Easter Susday, April 01h - which
just happens to be my 69th bIrthday!
they are so cule and caddly I
Lux, and Cheryl Sunace. Also od-
Versatile ent&tainer at
La Margarita
more memorable lo your purse in
thehigh prices of the eighties.
"No moo stands so tall as when
he sloops to help a child." This s
the creed of Variety Clubs International, the 2000e member show
Colleen Belloomioi, Elizabeth
Ayesse, Ginger Esnwjes, Julie
Weiss, Myra Elnpman, Michelle..
Engelfarb, and Cerise Invio. Gig,
will also be dolog a trapeoe solo.
Gymnasts George llpent000 -und
celebration is one you will long
remember - aod il will be eves
high. Just write your same, address and phone number on the
buck of your dinuer check and
you have an excellent chance to
win one nl these original, cute,
colorfut Easter Bunnies. Why
Rosie Wadman. The onicyclislo
include Marcy Rosenberg,
Rubio Barros, Gigi Vee, Ens
Fughe, Sue Goodman, Debbie
All in all Jake'o 1900 Easter
First, Juhe is giving away.
more than 100 big, Inflatable
Easter Bunales thirty inches
Milotead, Amy Katz, Jenny
Stopa, Patti. Lehman, Lori
Greenberg, Tina Walsh, nod
featured is the adagio number
January and includes studenta
from all four classes, freshmen
Roof" os Friday and Saturday,
2001 Dempster,Pach Ridge.
"The Splciidor of India" depic- O land nl palaces, princes aod
poverty. Crocodiles and obras,
howdah and purdah, Darjeeliog
tea and Chochin spices,
cosmopolitan Bombay and
teeming Calcutta uIl go to make
up She mussy faceted picture of
this vast subcoslioent.
Map 2, 3, 5 and 15 at S p.m. is the
schoolauditariiop.
'l'Se cast of th was seleeled ix
mousing musical "Fiddler us the
lightly turn to
April 9 alS p.m. in the Maise
East High School Auditorium,
Team will be flipping across the
usicycles, jugglers, tumblers, screen, such.as Carmie Stornello,
trapeze, asd adagio. The boys - Laura Trojas, Liso Wax, Lysetle
.12.
waot, as many times as you want
So hippely, hoppity oveç to
Jake's Restaurant this comiog
venture Series will preseot "The
Splendnr of India" Wqdzsesday,
Piell. Asid of course many nl
Maine East Girls' Gymnastics
Manie Township High Schrei
East is proud to present lhe ioteroattonally acclaimed award-
-In the Spring,
one's thoughts -
MONNACEP'O Travel and Ad
some fancy snmecnaultisg, along
cm Revue being held April 11 asd
ED 'HANSON
MONNA CEP
travel series
Circus Club goes to
Bozo's CircUs -
There's a great "Easter"
Happening at Jake's Restaurant
Jake's
- "Fiddler on the Roof'-'
ThB.g1e, Thursday, A3, 1%O
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PagelS
'JAKE'S RESTAURANT
loor Soro 5005k .,O Mio.IIi'I
7740 -MILWAUKEE AVE. NILES ILL
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TheBogle, Thursday, April 3, 5980
111e 51961e, fluraday, Apr03, laHR
Phone 966-3900 to place o cIosified ad
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ki$
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4
LARGEST
CIRCULATION
_.f,
7
BUSINESS SERVICES
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MARKET
Landscaping &
.
AfrJ
LANDSCAPING
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALUMINUM
AWNINGS
lome Tmprovement Values
Deal Direct
AlUMINUM
Stores Doors-Wisdows-SidiegSoffils&Fascia
ORCHESTRA
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Insured, Free Estimate
CaIIJIM
nO-1191
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966-1 903
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J
965-6415
965-3577
MOVERS
INTERIOR
DECÖRATING
CARPET CLEANING
TOUCH OF BEAUTY
CARPET CLEANING
Get the "custom-decorated"
beh with easily uppSed pre-
cut, pre-measuced stencils for
puialed walls. Large variety
ofpattermavailoble. Accent a
insured.
e21-11J91
wall, frame a door or window,
create a ceiling medallion the possibilities are endless.
CATCH BASINS
Call 966-5795 or 871-1910 for
free brochare.
& SEWERS
available 24 hours. No job
too small.
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Reasonàble Rates
74
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s
KITCHEN CABINETS
r
£IJMPANY WITh THE KNOW HOW
p.m.
Speciallziag in older raofn, Sulfita
& fausta. Experienced. Reusasable
prices. Guaranteed work.FREE ESTIMATES
CALL JOHN
015/725-l109nrRlS/385-2747
WOODGRAINING
WATER LINES INSTALLED
Free ESIII1IatO
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583-8154
Free eatimate, pick- up and
ins accepted on both new and
Eeaaonablemedmachines. Call 398-6101
Experienced,
Rates. Suburban And
Metropolitan Area. Free TELEVISION SERVICE
437-6291
SEWER SERVICE
Landscaping &
Lawn Maintenance
Oakloe k Milwaukee, Nites
696-0889
Your Neighborhood Sewer Man
LANDSCAPING
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.
SODDING
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
DESIGNING AND PLANTING
FREE ESTIMATE
J. D. ENTERPRISES
023.2597
CEMENT WORK
BY PELAOIO CONSTRUCTION
Speciatiziog ja coocrele stairs,
porches, garage floors, drive-
LAWN CARE
Weekly Mainteoaece
Reliahle Service
Call JOHN
5304569 Ir 766.6425
775-4181 or 115-3193
or otodis. Classic & popular
805-3251
PAINTING
823-2519
Ratos
555/4-_17
NSeS painter offers high quality
craftumanship and matoriatu at
lower winter rates until May lot.
Free professional est. Senior
Palnled Wall MaraIs
Original Creatloeo
Call Jim at 966-1196
ROOFING
SUNNYSIDE ROOFING CO.
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
ROOFER
ALLTYPES ROOFING
KE 9.59
3 salan hair dryers w/rbair atlashed, aqua color, good ron-
CALL ANYTIME
*A.B. DICK OPERATORS
1 pr. -beige tines dra,es with
green stripes 152x96' . $25.50.
500/4-16
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os 1974 Pontiac slalsan- wagon
wheels. G.C. $45.50. 965-3257.
501/4-10
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Skokie, illinois
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NICE PETS FOR
ADOPTION
6-5RPM.
t practically new modern
593/5-5
7-ISaturstay andllunday. Closedalllegalholldays.
LAUNDRY DEY ERGENT
Overproduction of name brand
laundry detergent meam savings
far you. 100-lb. keg - $35
delivered. Linat 2 per custnmer.
MISCELLANEOUS
Whenlieg,IH.
As squat Ocesciocijy Enviais, M-F
1150S.WOIis
LOST & FOUND
LOFP.small M. mined breed dog.
Interior flush oak doors, finished,
35x50". $2f. each. 965-6271.
553/4-17
Alcohol burning atuve for boats. 2
haroer, stainless 510cl. $05.50.
554/4-17
Ham50ssd Organ-M-3-Excellent
csnditiou-Mahogany wood-double
keyboard-S pedatn-$605.OS. 7291545 after 5-35 weeledaysweekeodsanytime.
577/5-t
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RECEPTIONIST
PleaurColl,
3988760
ASSISTANT TO
EMPLOYMENT MANAGER
900AMSAOPM
ELECTRONIC
COMPUTER
2715N. ArllagtoaHtn. Rd.
Arlington Heighta
MUSICALINSTRUMENTS
Wa.Jua.
CAFETHIIA
HAM 2PM
NATIOÑAL
KAYS ANIMAL SHELTER
Call Sally 443-2000.
Call FerMer, InformaRon
benefits plus congenial co-
OpplyasPesaoe
SUPPLIES
476-353$; after 5PM 565-2345 and
all day weekends.
dings.
dividual with experience in light
The City al Evanston is seeking as aggressive individual who
i has previous esperience with wage and salary, employment,
EEO, ele. The qualified applicant ubsuld have a degree or
equivalentin oxperiesceon a profesuionallevel in personnel.
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Bile. w/wht. chest. Answers to
Watson. Reward. Rachél days
helping us arrange contact for
nur representatives. We need 3
adore people te -fOin our staff.
Friendly people, nice sarrows-
-workers.
Salary range $h4,410-$1T,6S0 commensurate with eaperience
plus an outstanding benefit program. Send reuome to EmployeeRetotiom Manager.
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RECEPTIONIST
Eaamla IL M394
2160 Rige Ave.
,areocaffjrnuUo,actimeqsat
,tsoiiyempioysr
eodw,ieamemieo,lO&InOulw
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Good otarting salary and esrellesi fringes: alt uts., banus, penalus and liberulvacatiOn. Help su Sied pou by calling us for an mterview.
Karen Schneeberger
329-5498
puny. For morn infsrmation,
please call...
DISTRIBUTOR CI.ERKS
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growth, we have openings for
several Entry Level distribution
clerks to coordinate and control
reporte and operate equipment.
No experienre tu necessary, bat
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should be interested in Data
Processing. Pstentialfor growth.
8-430PMor
TEMPORARIES
SECRETARIES
KEYPUNCH OPORAT090S
BEY0000WNBOSS!
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The agency you work for geta up ta 1/3 of your pay. tavesl $75.
(lax doduclahlel and keep all nf the mosey you earn. Private
consultation fee includes a complete step byslepplan to become
self employed, selecting a name for your temporary help service, advertising technique, howtegètyoar ownjobs. Legelities
invalves anuweru teall ofysur queuttom. Don'tdelay. I'm onmy
own andyau can be tos.
4-13-60
Monday -Friday
Must he able tework roKalingsbIf
EuceSentualaryand benefits
Come inorCa1l
GONBOALTR2PHDNE
lt22MiaereL
Dea Platnea
CALLIU2 IDOlI
sqwi,pcO,taaiuy
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Due te nor rapid expanuinn and
WE NEED YOU!
for an attructise,
Immediate opening io large Leap Law Finsi
persanable, welt groomed individual with pleasant speaking
voire. Considerable public contact - First ImpressiOss are a
Priority. PreviOus espsriescehetplut but osi necessary.
und service of fuel in company
cafeterias. You muai be
esergetic and reliable. to turn,
you will receive benefits and a
very good starting salary.
Usiforma provided bg the sumDm. Kounbon
23511M
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Ideal bourut Assist in preparation
City of Evanston
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HOUSEHOLD
per hoar salary and bonus,
Plaines is looking for an in-
preaO5'i
Mentay lieu Flilay
50 yr. aid table & skates, needs
Ourpeopleare carving $4.60-$6.0R
excellent starting salary and
Cam1woheosioe Csnipaoy.Paio BannOns
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M-F
Flexible days and flenible bourn.
general office duties. We offer
EXPERIENCED
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Part Time
Malar food broker located in Des
677-3706
equal spçxrtssity mpioyeces/f
*WET OFFSET OPERATORS
PETS
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TALMAN
FEDERAL SAVING'S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
l00008kohie Blvd.
I
OPERS.
Srsowlires-L-78xl5 4 plypalyester
Hrn. 1-5P.M.-7 days a week.
Receivingonimalu 7-5 weekdays,
724-2215 nfterf.
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ting salaries, regularly scheduled salary reviews and .a
generous fringe benefit package. For farther infonnation,
*JEr PRESS OPERATORS
563/4-3
TO APPROVED HOIIES
.
muse are excellent oppurtunitieu te start, resume or redirect
your career. These are fIllS time pesitionu (370k boar work
week, including Friday eveningi that provide excellent ntar-
INDUSTRIAL
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pleanrapply in persanto
dition. $65.50. 965-3717 days, 023- -
FURNITURE
Folly Imursd
ALLWORK GUARANTEED
631-3460
.
0PPORTuNmEs
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Citizens npecial camideratisos.
Free Estimulen
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$2.tollervice Cati. Purin entra
cochtuiltahte 38x30. $75. 965-0235.
FAINTING, PLASTERING, ETC,
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
.
I-
.
refloluhiog. $200.00. 206-2924 after
HERE
BusinessSaoviCO Diactory
manicattun skills with complete training and opportunities to
advanceintootherareauo6 Customer Service.
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Bilt.upShiogtssRoItEtc.
Ca11966-3900 For SpOOWI
We're ready to provide an individual with good rom-
rond. $65.50. 704-2IlSafterS.
Wanted to.bay B&W, color parlabte TV's thatneed repairs.
AdvertiseVear ResinaDo
CONCRETE
Driveways, patios, walks, garage
floors and foundations.
FREE ESTIMATE
TELLER
teman. Molded rear hag. Ese.
507-7511.
TELEPHONE
CONTACT
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Nnpreviuniu experience la required. We are ready to train an
ind.vidual svith goodcommunlcattonsskillu and typing ability.
Electric lowomaver. Sears Craf-
3917 eves.
aoeqaaioçpsrt'a,ilyeslpisyerosf
office inSKOKIE.
REÇEPTIONIST
502/5-8
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Lem'mmwm B
Clan-
Tahnan Federal, one of Chicago's largeut Savings and Loan
AssocIatIons, hasthefolloWingposltiomatita OLD ORCHARD
* Bring This Ad For Gift a
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SAVINGS fr LOAN
CAREER!
-r
774-7177
attachmonln. Take aver paysnenIs. Pay sffbatancs. 451-6602.
1 H7045 Atlas Weathergard snow
tiro on rim - less than.ltOO miles.
UPTOWN FEDERAL -
JOIN A LEADER
FOR A SOLID
5151 N. Harlem
573/4-24
Bambow Vacuum qeaoer with
Ownér Mr. Oaatsscci
MUSICAL
INSTRUCTION -
9670660
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V.I.P.,' Inc.
TELEVISION SERVICE
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H EN ECHAN
507/4-17
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JOHN'S
$955.50, sell for $175.00. 724-2225
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program.
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all office skills needed for
the very finest
in-temporary office positions
Fire extinguisher. Large CO2. 55
Ib. unit os a cart. Sold for apprsn.
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delivery. Moot work completed in
3 days. LoaDers available. Trade-
oiled wood fioish. Painled sr music.
RICHARD L. GIANNONE
metal. No stripping, no mess.
Maoy wood-loses. Usbelieveahle
resulta. Samples. Call eves, Rua.
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$35.00. 9656239.
tuition reimbursement
call Personnel Department
luaicaPiom
Snider melting poL DeeEleetrir.
15x5x4". $175.50. 724-2225 after
555/4-17
6p.m.
cover. $10gO. 525-4563.
Licensed & Imared
Pinoo-Gsitar-Accordion-Organ &
or laminating. Give your kitchen Voice. Private iostrartions, home
cabinets a new richly graioed,
Bamaai
t custom made brown -couch
ELECTRIC SEWER RODDING.
SEWER REPAIR. SEWER AND
.
vironmeat, gand salary and
'Redile Rasa
-555/4-17
after6p.m.
ta for uavinKn officeu.
Pleasant werking en-
NISO ft Mareal Greve Lecalioum
$579.00 new. 724-2225 after 6
-
column bank rerunciliationu. Dattes Include
handling checking arrows-
Ibenefits including 109%
966-3900
different types of paper. $275.50.
.- Cast
NOes office for individuals
with experience in 4-
3DaysPerWeek
hiaceiuint Pay
mndel. Makes copies os masy
machines. Any make, any mode.
-
us
Full time opening in stir
p-
555/4-17
Copier 3M Thorms Fax. Desk lop
A frarlinn of the cost of refioishissg
745ß3OO
ways, sidewalks, patios, etc. Inoured, Bonded, Free Estimate.
ROOFING
Fixes all types of sewin
002-5194
DRAINAGE CONTRACTORS
CEMENT WORK
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Work invery pleasantuarroundingu in The Bugle offices located
atn7450bermerRoad,Nilea. Hours from9OO AM. to 5-0RPM.,
Monday, TlnirsdayaedFrtdaY.
FerAppobctmeatPleane Call
$100.55. 724-2225 after6p.m.
venlence.
.$AtDANGEL
E
DaKane. Sold for $250.06, nett far
MRSEW NSEW
24 hour oervice
7 days a week
WANTED
ACCOUNTING
CLERKS
BOOKKEEPER
.
filmstrip projector. Made by
LOW COST
REPAIRS
B
dittos. 65.110. each. 965-3711 days,
562/4-3
523-39l7eves.
Estimate At Your Con-
?SEWER TROUBLES?
.
2 beauty--salon chairs w/foot
pumps, aqua color, good ron-
SEWING MACHINE-
PIONEERMOVERS
Fast taraI moving
WANTED:
HELP
PART TIME
572/6-24
Audio visual automatic sound
823-2519
163-15% or 631-6795
FORTHEDOIT-YOURSELFOR
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The bent truck mounted Steam
cleaning equipment made. Free
estimules, carpet dry within 3-5
hums. .15 per square foot. fully
2 experienced movers
.
clock). $25.00. 025-4563.
SEWER SERVICE
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SWING INTO SPRING
2 clock radios and 1 radIo (no
J. D. ROOFING a
CARPENTRY REPAIR
r
organise closets. Call
ROY.
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NEW ROOFING
AND REPAIRS
All Wodo Guaranteod
Inoosad, Froo Estimates
CsanpleteQuulity Roofing Service
m'duna
mimase
HANDYMAN
I With oomy Sg dearp Nein i
You same it, I do it! Carpentry, I April and May, FREE cemplete i
electrical, plumbing, tiling & in- I hwy EenliIiiog worth 035.00.
I
nids & sutside paintisg. I.
O'CONNORSIDING
SEWER&
588-0502
.
HANDYMAN
6637W. Toohy, Niles
ALUMINUM SIDING
SOFFIT FASCIA
SEAMLESS GUTCERS
All Work Guaranteed
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I
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T.
b&e-$2S. 774-7I9lafter6tEEPM
965-3011
LANDSCAPE DESIGN
POWER RAKING
HELP
WANTED
ttmes42lO. Omm movIe camera
and- projectar-$12S. Boy'a 20"
LANDSCAPE
Monje for alt occasions
Weddings, BasqueO, Pierdes etc.
.
ROOFING
MAINTENANCE-
POLKA JOlt
.
HELP
Hotpoint dishwasher, harvest
gold, hatrber block top. lined 2
O'CONNOR ROOFING
INSTALLATION
559-9550
ALUMINUM SIDING
SPRING CLEANUP
LANDSCAPE
ENTERTAINMENT
OnVeataire Awnings Save 25%
FLAIR
ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
--
MISCEllANEOUS
BUSINESS SERVICE
?
INTHIS
Lawn Maintenance -
C*
LOOKAT
flEEDoJOB.?
Altereaoe&Eveethsg Appohulmeate AvDilahle
391-4672
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391-5131
equnp,seuiultrnnn/f
Thellagle,Thursday, Apr03, 1910
Page 34
LOOKAT
flEEDÒJOB?
flEEDOJOB?
HELP
HELP
WANTED
WANTED
KEYPUNCHERS
SECRETARIES
WORDPROCESSORS
. aTYPISTS
COMPUTEROPEHATORS
OFFICECLERKS
You cao earn excellent pay while workiug a sohedule that is
customtalloredtoyouravailabletime andskills.
Escetleot opporlusilY. to help
growing organisation during ita
cxpunsioo program. Cas lead to
foiltime it desired.
Wilk
Our people ears $4.50 to $6.10 per
hour salary plus bonus. Flesible
hours-AM. mId P.M. shifts Call
z
SERVING NORThEASTERN ILLINOIS FOR A QUARTER CENTURY
129l8
TAIISMARSHOPPINGCEHTER
SUITE47, IS44GOLFRD., GLENVIEW
Mr. AUra -
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vice.
N,ten, IR.
2510 Crawford Ave.
Evmalon, III.
qoaIwpAS,AtyImoIor&m/l
Suburbs. Car necessary. Travel
expesses Salary and benefits
competitive. Call Ms. Westfield,
Full Time
Help Wanted
Wn0eesses
SATURDAY-llAMtO 2PM
Mnnlheeope.ieined
euccUeuttipo.-
Duties iovolve providisg files of iovoirm, purchase ordem andsamplm. Most be efficiest and organized.
These entry level positions offer tremendoou growth
potestiat, as well as a good starting salary and benefits
program. Please apply in person or call
Bob lambeo
274-4921
FURT DEARBORN LIIHDGRAPH CO.
.
TELEPHONE
CONTACT
MATURE ADULTS
FLEX. HOURS-FLEX. DAYS
AsuciatiRo needs help io
scheduliog work for our
represenlalivm. Work with our
costomeruviutetephonecontact.
MR. STEllUNG
647-8604
BARON WIRE Ft CAmE cORP.
6619 W. Howard St.
NOes, DL
uz1oppsAuoiI5nooIIoIroVf
O'UAREINNGIFSHOP
ON.Maaabelni,DeaPIaIea,IL
After RIff P.M.
DIRECTOR OF NURSING
home hound Geriatric patienta.
Spanish speaking, BIN, Puhlir
health esperience a must. Cor
necessary. Days Mosday turo
Friday. Can you accept
challenges to innovate, demso-
strate flesihility and pruvice serviceT Compensation competitive.
.
BEAUTICIAN
INDIVIDUAL
CHK TYPIST
a dêpenduble peroan. Must be
COOK
PIER 83 RESTAURANT
RIaIS
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pressure. Call
410-11926
Askforjane nr reply to,
Nightu Only
IL
able ta type and work usder
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CONTINENTAl. CABLEVISION INC.
0251 AnnUm Avenar
MnrtnnGrnve, HI. 60053
o
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ulme: SAM to a:IOPM. sieso noon:
II:OnPMIoOAM.
tires, brakes, shocks & eshaust
system. BIk. tint windows,
custompaint. Eoc.cosd.$2700.or
bee'olfer.
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2WAYS
rono"
.:).
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DELUXE CHECK
5.01
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SITUATION
WANTED
:':
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Carpenter looking far remudeliog
and repair work-free estimates.
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dc, e,,i rise
u
IMMEDIATE
PRINTING
PETS
ÁOME FURNISHINGS
SWAPS
B
TRADES
SPORTING GOODS
GARAGE SALES
AUTOMOBILES
MISCELLANEOUS
-r corleo:,
The Bugle- Bargam Barn, 0746 Stiermer Road, Nibs. III 60648
Plose,eebhehe.esdieieeliOObrlr'efl o,re,e dee,fl.: re,iI,IeOre, ad iv.: e,,,,: e,eUe,e,:,rIileiee
rd e.(,ioo br mOisi
i
CONTRACT
CARPETS
8038 Milwaukee
NILES, ILL.
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e 11005 sERVICE
ALL NAME BRANDS
ALL TEXTURES
P.ddl9 B l,.Io!Irier ae.11.bt.
r: ' D
ITEM
965-3900
IMMEDIATE
PRINTING CO.
6110 DEMPSTER
MORTON GROVE, ILL.
Solarian
FAIR PRICES
'sCOMPARE.UHENSEE USI
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Shop At Home Servic.
692-4176
cors'
282-8575
Ore 6e.' e' ed Seek
.
USED CLOTHING
Also Draperies
and Armstrong
;
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Business
Directory
otasuiflnaliaOn nusl hr
ee-peid ut 02.19 pr, work lar 15 wards nr
less. Add 25 oran tar etldili010l 5 words.
537-0230 or Ml-1430.
sight shifts availoble.
729-5550
VALLEY LO
SPORTSCLUB
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lhnr,kr)
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Ads listed order Ihm
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{
nhntls end guesish with pocsley,if dnsieed.Mnloes 6 ooevtngs.
NOTICE
0co.rnoene saIsons"
e.
lilesd in gone, outt,poppee, temas peel and iuire. Grodual.
ly odd butt and hull ond eeooeved eenh-liquid, cooling sod
stirring until thiehlned. Blend i neheeeyas d crab. Menswhite, heot potty sbrtlr. Speon hot crab sasre over pntOy
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FOR
nod slice, orseevin g liqs,d.
Ocote celeey ood peco onions to butler or msegoeine.
O,ed,NdeI.
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Call GnH nr Ray
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1 WEEK ADVERTISING
Ore, 0500 t 'AIeUr,iOa,: 110 TIn
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.
-PRE- PAID
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01d
Poesley
Tkrw crab if trocos; drum
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e,:lou rl c,geroroi leble.5 tersar oltre »er dbyphoee
955-1130
uddiog to ita dining room and
t "iI
,eureHo:C,
FUllc,em:OeIOeu duervon i(thcitemiereldtll,oughef101hrtS curco
ElkGrove Vllkge
privale lake in Glenview is
leeremos, Ir-
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6 peepooed putty shells
El
435-1ER
eqThpportunityompbyrm/f
North suhsrban sports club os
ed°
.
PRINTERS
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---word
.
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1/4 cup nbeeey
Apply inPeruonorCali
tul
WAITERS
-
1-012 expo koIC osti half
,o
"proA. The
pr,otuty" goes bock to legoh h,story, nod wrsot the
r,ghto ,esrrood to those who
hold o royal lotto, of pnteot
on lowe peudoot. The word
todoy ha, precise w casings
e low, ,ocbod,ng deocriblog
wh:oh med,eioco that o
auen Esser wilt nuco- loe
470.Or0S65-74I&
ADVERTISE FREEPAY
ONLY IF YOU SELL
rius
z porbuoes ocrons 16 to O so. each)
Alesho Us owceu h, freoex croons ed
1/2 cup miseed celery
i tobtenpoos chopped groen osions
3 tableepuses botter se wsefueioe
3 toblerp505s Oonr
1)2 teuspoas salt
- 1/4 Oruop005 oeouod red popper
o teASPOOn rueh,-geutad lemon peel ond lobe
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tt.R fatesabA, o to b,odV, rtierd. V cU,Odn, li roc (o, I
V ou,ode, 0 bcpeietet FREE. CommA,: ocisrricl,dohefl year TrAme
k Oeil r:I:e leglIh,' cith rem:Oa,c, la TIr nUeS uergcie
Item :e d,eeceed 1. trou accepted en s reme irr io, boA, run 5:,re
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WAITRESSES
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SNOW CRAB SAUCED PATTY SHELLS
h
y0
sì6iL
TO ADVERTISE IN
THE BUGLE BARGAIN BARN
Onesto Is, quthifkd eeeIou. Due
64ta Dcmpsler, M.D.
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Chevrolet Monte Carlo, new'
nice weekend...
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T
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sen Palot 10 - $75g.
1972 Chevy Caprice, new tires,
brakes, exhaust system. 30,000
orig. mi., ose owner, mint coud.
$2h000rhesloffer.
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'b
mld,ule 1100mw U vU,c,,u depae-
FRANK J. TURK
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as SONS., INC.
Leog gown, so. 14, never worn,
$20.00 orhestoffer 965-407f.
-ITEM
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565/4-10
ALLIED HEALTH SERVICE
Has immediate openiug for
Rapidly growing company needs
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;) have a
o mejor rAmS p,uI,00 Iys. Own.
PARFAIS RESTAURANT
MAGIC LADY STYLING SALON
1733 W. Dempoter, M.D.
.
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1275W.Touhy
banquet staff. Both day and
.
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Day di Night Openings
2-rvapnc,dwOdsQAS'TEOtno,
Pull lime, estremely high tipo.
Must be experienced. Highly.
desirable position for qualified
liberal comrnmsiss.
FULL OR PART TIME
APPLY
515-9777
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1.
Them ,r pmrnaOIOt lull limo
pornticu OjO, o°°d slu,tiog Ithory
pOU IhodUlld RenoUes. EomIIc,t
II
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a
1Rnn21m -
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or bost:ffe'
WIPIRITI1A
supplies.
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No ExpertenceNeressary
t wt
pIk p
Cgine ltta9 t
Bustoess area. TerrIfIc location
for cards, 256to, art 5- statIonery
Hlgbtuwerat
873-3436
591/5-8
aulo. $559. or boot otter.
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end Medr,oee Íeoe°tl,c
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Am
ouriptloc (medrctoes)
OIls Vinta Cruiser wagon, 90051'eO
retorced to us "p,op,,etary"
sew tires, braheo shocks
med,e,nes. What does ihr
exhaust system, goon shape
word peope,ets,y mcue?
or best offer.
ait o
n
EARN
...","utIlIIIIIIIIIII
WHILE YOU LEARN
WAITRESS
BREAKFAST $5 LUNCH
Highest guaranteed salary plus
GOOD OPPORTUNITY
FOR CAREER MINDED
Sat. undSnn.
4I10tu11I10and4I60to1006
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(GoldblattShoppiog Ceotec)
966-2050
PERMANENT
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Available ForFoll and Part Time
CASHIERS
Pleauaotliurroiindiogu
.,
Pleaue Apply
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Apply h.Person
STATE FARM INSURANCE
0221 Senputer, Maine Grove
960-4333
CALL: MS. SWIATEK
We seek a personable individual
with pleasant phone petsonality,
8481990
light bot accorate typing skills.
You will answer phones and per- - ucootiAa,u
form light clerical asuignmestu.
MANAGER
We offer an attractive salary und
Guarasteedsalary
$175. per week
finefringe besef it package.
plus liberal commission.
Coaluetl Pat Yno
who are earniog extra douars
cal. MR. TEDDY
.
GENERAL OFFiCE
RECEPTIONIST
Join a congenial group of people
and enjoyit. Good starting salm)'
andbonus.
Nileo,IL 60648
General Office, Issorasce
6 usd9 00 P M
w
boost w/bntk, esci pâhi, att gar 4
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BOdtttOOd
PARK RIDGE
female, age 55-15- Call Mro,
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air condlilonlng, vwyl top, gond
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MODELS,
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GOLF MILL THEATRE
ageocy in North Chicufo for
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OF HEALTH
Powerslcring,pwerbrake.
1l%AVablabIe
looking for models, male or
Jak&s Restaurant
DON. to Formulate Staff, policy
and procedurea of New Medicare
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Obudiak's modeling stub in now
PARTTIME
HLEcISSK
,,quoIoanmmitennpIoyIreoI
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77tN. Milwaukee, Niles
961-7740
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Great posilionfor individual withmioionwntypiog skills
of3t WPMandpersonakle, congenial altitude.
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ChrIstenSen, 505-2030
Apply
:
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condition. $390. 635-7al7
USED CARS
Sg
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lSp.m.-Oa.m:
Escclent salary $1.71 per hoar +
670-6451
1064 Buick Wildcat. Very good
312-825.1341
th
your doorstep. Ootdoor poradtse.
$205.00 5per acre. Terms.
647-0344
lp.m.-ttp.m.
4031 W. Drmpster
569/4-17
720.5307.
A',°eekdays
or weekeods
Owner most sell! IO wooded
795-3551
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portastcalls os our switchboards.
t035W.GrnssPnhItRd.
Nues Bowl.
321 Luwrencewood
(Lawrencew000tShopping Cnt)
Waitress Wanted
CASHIER
offtce skifis required.
Office is at Brunswick
LazarS Country Donuts
hMM
ANSWER TELEPHONES
FULLTIME OR PART TIME
WEEIUSAYSOR WEEKENDS
1971 Pontiac GP. PIS, P/B,
R/Dcfog, AJC, AM-FM O Irach.
Early
WISCOÑSIN
24 hoordosot shop.
Apply is person
sill Iraio. Good hourly pay pIAS
bonus.
FORINTERVIEW CALL -
rentals. Coilnow
:
Typing and general
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SaleuGtss
GrnTeofflre.Experiesce helplul bot
CHOOSE BEST HOURS
Begin YourCareerWlthUs
swick ' Recreation
Centers Division.
545-0990
You'll he Iraised to hasdle im-
ENTRY LEVEL OPPONTuNmESI
Part time permanent
position- in Service
departments of Brun-
North Chicago and near West
weil done to worh is our River
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REAL ESTATE
SECRETARY
etc. Must have hospital expones,
ce. Davo: Mondov thru Friday.
housewives with good voice eRthusiasm who tolse pride io o job
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SlOoq.ft...heated
394-581O
RN
452-9ER
HOUBSMONDAY ThRU FRIDAY
APARACOR
TYPIST
.
with personal cure; exercIses,
Openings for m000lightera asd
We offer exceltentualaries, mauy benefits, generous discuuut ou
ourliueofwomen'uwear. Call 492-140f
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ROkMt
hound Geriatrie palieuts tu help
We have escellest part time
Night shift hours 3 AM. to 11 AM. Handle computer priotout
reporto, borstiogasduortiog; distributeto user departmests.
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SnOW tInca n/ritEs. P300. 470-1434
1529 N. Hafen
Your oWs caselood st home
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
PART TIME PHONE WORK
110 CONTROL SPECIALIST
.
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op'FICEFORRENT,.î47-0t44
3266 TuRnia
THE HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
566-0520
handle microfilm processing systems and distribution of office
supplies.
/
APARAC.r
APEX TOOL WORKS
ROYAL WELCOME
Responsible Lorstoriog, liliog oRd retrieviug corpoFote FecordN;
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day.
$275
n
CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES
seeded for theNites ChamberRoyal Welcome Greetisg Ser-
CLERK
d fi
G
9-2;i
after 1PM Mosday thru blur-
.
PART TIME
GREFIING HOSTESS
2Ç x3
starting salary.
et ir 5- healfor
.
Bdrm. wulerfrost home with
sand boachiofireplace. Wallt lo
5b0nms0rt trip to golf. Weekly
t na e s O C
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OJfsce,sP1
Experience a mauL Excellent
lime, flenihle schedule. Salary .+
commissios. Apply in persos only
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tows. Set your own appoiotmentu. Flexible boor job. Womus applyivg musI like peuple mal have
car. A Welcome Itosteus is
FILE It RECORD
RA
- Y05-5300
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1574 Mercury Comet-4 dr., G cyt.,
A/C, PS, rear wind. defr. Also
Less tha.n a tank of yas away. 3
Classic Bowl building.
ELEGANT SNOW CRAB
SAUCED PATTY- SHELLS
USEDCARS
DOOR COUNTY WISCONSIN
Small office rooms for rent.
MOD and ID wórk. Profile work.
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You get paid to welcome sew
families moving istoyour home
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Malore female ta sell wedding
photography in beautiful sew
studio. Permauest full or part -
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966-2050
CYLINDRICAL
GRINDERS
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LOOKAT
VACATIONKOME '
OFFICES FOR-RENT
SALES & RECEPTION
TELEPHONE
SCHEDULING
INFlATION FIGHTERS
LONGORSHOETTERM TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS
FtuiUs CMee
The Ongle, faraday, Apr03, 1980
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clerical
FOR RENT
position.
Lite
boohkeepiug, typing, filing, kandIng telephone messages. Some
medical background helpful hut
not ueceosary. We offer encollent
fniuge benefils. Competitive
wages.
NUes, Milw./Demp. urea-tnt fi. 3
Apply or Call
006Lee
Des Plaines, IL
099-04«
Wont to pIas. u want adS
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berm., dec., new ccpt., all stil.
pd. 3 adulta $365. Avail. May 35.
Cull SO$-S475hetw. f l30-9:llfp.m.
Cull 966-3900
Tsr 00510 kr 01,, sIre,, Il pubJish x's
AIR CONDIT ONING
s - SHEET METAL
PlonlcrPAnTob,cr.Th,rlsSSIl,,der
HEATING
escs jew i, t,
647-9612
:,xe:lsrctocdtholOm,
00 ¡5 nmgOn nom andinoS
fertyp,.rap h:,olcrnrs oem
-CI
Ad,mu,lb,inoueOl
pu shed intt:c 1011Oe,flg Thu
7136 TOUHY AVE.
NILES,ILL. 60648
l_1rt!
THIS SPOT CALL:
IS FOR
YOUR
gel-3900
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BUSINESS
Pg36
Us
Welter Realtors
honors top salesmen
ESS
Niles Library
sees $35,000
Norwood Federal
contest wiùners
Library receives.
grant for energy audit
return
The Nitos Psbllc Library
The NUes 'Pshlic Library
detailed technical report
matching grant of $1,337 ad- delineating the points where
ministered by the U.S. Dopar- energy is being wasted 0100g with
tmost of Egergy's Institutional ',recommeodationn for im-
the neighborhood of $35,060 os in
vestments made during fiscal
Buildings Grants Program. The
provemect.
"Tochtgcal 'Ansintunbe fo
Buildtsgu' Owned by Units of
grant, the Library will provide an
sportIly program is entitled
year 1979-50. Thui inctades an
naming of $t4,585 already. wecrued since July, 1979 pIcs at
least $20,000. foreseen trotts
:
jussarytoJély, 1980.
The Board of Trustees invests
money both in htgh.yiold Cectitivatev Of IJeponit troia local .
banhu and is the State of Illinois
PnbliC Treasurer's PooLThe IP.
TIT lu u State investment tantI,:
Contest ran do so starting April 1, 19. Winners will be selected nn
April 5 at 10:30 am. Further details can beobtained at any st Norwood Federals nix loentions 5813 N. Milwaukee ave., 5415 W.
Devonandiltot N.Northwesthsvy., Chicago; 980N. Northwest hwy.,
Park Ridge; 3220 Glenview rd.. Glenview; and 686 Meachan rd.,
ElkGroveVittage.
Nornidgewith hinwide.
Harlem aves., has been honored
for 1979 sates wet! in excess afille
million dollar mark. Mr. Birh,
with the firm since 1976 has over
30 years esperience in real
estate satén and resides in
Milwaukee aven., has been
honored hythe 28 year nId firm
by selling wellnver a million
dollars worth of residential real
estate In 1979. Mr. Brani and bis
wife and 2 chIldren reside In
Wheeling, il.
CitizeHsBank
announces officers
broker-assuclate of Century It
Weltér Realtors at Milwaukee
:
and Harlem aves., has bien
namerflhe Salesmap of the Year
1979. Mr. Scarpeffi, who lives in
Bloumlngdale with his wife Uebbi, has sold 3,081,250 in residenliai real estate in 1979 and over
7,t,ttO oincn joining the firm in
1976. His three successive years
Day Çamps;'
openhousé'
.
m. the Mtd-Nnctb Branch
short
either Tuesdoy, April f or April22
trom.7 to 9 p.51. No reglstraliss s
The meeting will be at the
their
growth by offering
Customers two free packages of
spring planting seeds, iust for
stepping in. Costumers can also
take home one of many 6-inch
petted plants . available for
The camps serve ehildrep 'w
Uholcce, Ntle , Des 'taises, Oleo-
view and Nitos. Parents and
chIldren are welcome.
For farther IsformatlOO call
i79-049t.
many new conveniendes in.
cluding SIX drive-up windows, 5
Mt.gusIl
teller windnws, full Servire
Antognoli Is cuerently treasurer
nf his cundominium associatinn
board in Northbrnok. His
primary renpnnnibility at
upacious lobby, a 24-hour teller
machine, and a night depositary.
Both locations offer convenient
ministration of pensinn and
has been nerving the community
since 1957 tram their main office
PsIs.
Reynolds pays the regular rate of
234 a pound, plus a 2* a pound
bonus at your namby Reynolds
Aluminum MobIle Recycling Unit.
The Beard nf Dìrectnrn at
Citizens Bank & Trust Company,
Park Ridge, recently annoancett
the, election of Sabert M. .An-
fognati to the postilan nf vice
president, Trust Division, and
William P. Paten as assistant
Weve inçrnased oar númbor of mobile unit slops
to make recycling with Reynolds mew oosonscnt. And sor mobile rn-ycUng 1150ko will be in
ysor 5105 05 listed below.
so start oOIIeotlng alarninsm sans light away.
They're nverywhnrn. Kitohnns, parks, roadsides,
restaurants. Clubs and olvic groups use them at
their nooial so liai ties. Then cash them in at poor
vice president in the Operations
Department.
Mr. Antngnsll jained Oitlzens In
1973 as a trust officer and was
named an assistant vice
nearby mobile recycling seit, and urrtit laSher
notice, get our regsiar rate plus a cash besas.
Also, we'll payyos lhesamealtraotiueprice per
pound tor certain other allatumleum Items it
lhay're otean and property preparad. Ank tor
president In 1P14. Priorin coming
to the bank, he warked in the
Trust Department uf Continental
Bank in operations, portfolio
management,
and
ad.
details.
Beynolds Aisminarn Mobile Recycling Unit. lt
mak encan hing in your aluminum as quick and
easy as colleoting.
Here's nhnre we are:
ministration capacities for eight
years.
Agradaste ofDrake University
in Iowa where he mas a member
V
Citizens Is corporate trust ad-
prntit-sharing trusts.
Mr. pote brings Citizens an
extensive banking background,
havinguervestasaudltarfor Park
National Bank, operations contesI manager for Pioneer Ehnk,
and assistant cashier for Denun
Bunt
A business gradaste of Wright
Junior College in Clsicago, Mr.
Polen has also completed studies
at the Bank Administration Institute'n school in Madison, WIn.
He and bis family reside in Lensbard.
of PIll Delta Theta fraternity, Mr.
Nues, III.
Reynolds Aluminum
Mobile Recyding Unit
AFFORDABLE HIGH QUALITY
DENTISTRY
1O:OOa.n,.-l2tOOnoon
Every Wadnesday and Satueday
. SAVE THIS TOLL FREE NUMBER. u
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#R.ssnOJnsnn
®r®i®i
1-800-228-2525
a-
banking boucs.
ShaMe mist & Savings Hank
un 64M Oakgon. We look fnrward
to helpingyoawith yaur financial
acedo ducing 1986 andthe coming
years.
Preferred rating
for commercial
autoniobiles
O'Matley & McKay, Inc., a Doz
.
Fran
Estimate Et Consultation By Appelitmoat
Full Dentistry . Dentures, Crowns, Bridges. Etc., including
Periodontal Gum Surgery
PROFESSIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATES
Call
ánytime
L. ALLEGRETTI, DOS: AND DENTAL ASSOCIATES
OAKBROOK
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NILES
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NORTHBROOK
Summlt& Ra osees Is
W aukanan b Oaktnn
Saandars fr Dundos
6204370
967-5748
584.2lao
Public hearing set
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for amended
budget
cy has aunsuzced that It is offering the Hanover Issurance
Company's "Hanotrans," a new
bulb sos-fleet and fleet cornmoriraI accounts,
Haltotrass is designed so that qualified insureds will sow be
able to eqjoy a savings ou their
premiums because of favorable
risk characteristics,
"This product is designed to at-
tract and retain the abone
average
accnust,"
Jahn
O'Mailey, president of O'Malley
& MéKay said. 'Qualified Inuureds are no longer reqaired te
pay full otandarrj raten, even on
non4leetrlaks,"
Thn Bust Moine Scicool District
#63 Board uf Education al theIr
rngolne mnotinc 00 Mooch 2h,
oppeoved u re dictIon to pnovtde
Ion
o psblic henning on the
Tootutivo Amended Budget foc
Ihn 1979.00 Fiscal Year.
The testotive amnoded budget
issU be os display ailorr Aped 11,
loso 'w the Educutcoowl Servios
Ceotee ut 10150 Dec Road, Des
Illinois ned at each
boul in the district. A mpy
Plomen,
oils be on display at tile Nibs
Psjsbr Libewy.
The public tosariog 011 che
smesdod bodget for 1976-SO will
be
on May 13, at 770 st the
Apollo School, 10100 Der Road,
:'
Ilhpebl
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All ore tussled la meet the
candidates at thin croeial time fer
rdnoatioo.
. 'will ito held al.
.
"S.':Js'iph'W5rkeé'Schsó)..l7l.
W.:Dnn'deevil,,Wbeeling; ':
.
.:
Maine
tdlcot
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solilt r lgopso f hIs
PI
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ff/j.
t
t
p
d
t
's ì\iitit'r''
ri'ght the rittI cost t clothing
swnn:siwiww
)dilyh
r
dvd e st Mulot
'i,: twTr:,.c)I
,.
LENNOX
gas furnace.
;
'Electronic ignition ovd Healsaver flue
,
.
damper make thin Ihn most efficieot 9as
: furtspcil 'uit. Exclusive OURACUIPVE heal
, . exchanger provides extra quiet, entra de.
pocodabln operatIon. Built for lanliog corn-
.
r1olIictli96.tt7c1.
.
;. '': :.'
.::
050 W
Community Center,
startic
,m,,, t,
li chia
Tyesda, Aprill5fr m Il a.m
Fees 5r17' Stdl Farn dr lcd
Members, $2i Ltd. Pum Mens
The Board of triistoes of
hers,$110; Non Mcrnbero $30.
Cull i7)-22 , eut. Sill 1er mf r-
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LENNOXDURAGLASS® li
Prolongs Service Lite ,
"."Tttié npncial glass eoaiisg.addn yoors lo hoot
'vochanger tifo. Prstoots agaivnt mecntpre and
..
.'..'cenVosisn. Given you as added dimecsiss of
ILEGAL NOTICEL
sewers ut Mayer Kaplan .1 wish
mutiOO.
Oser.
REPLACE
YOUR
OLD GAS
FURNACE
WITH
'u,hritin Veolrpdnn..Tedav. ' has' hiteé-madi .btid'.'Urlbvitin':'.'
wllfh o
allowed for qusoti005 from the
,
Tomoros"wiltb0thettptcda treatment.
Family Service
., .......................
..". " _,,,'..
punise program as . n . p.m .....:riisicr atroci! '4 UIICIOVI k!.M
a
cd I Ihn U md
cl
T esday April 15 so 1h afeter
M nc t' I S r ç od
ftc poli ctlti re
kb-5151 vi allb Ass ciaDos will
ofA o Pr d cts Inc 6981 C, If
d cl er I e
bss
7 di no mccli
d Morton Grosc
t old Lv
DcWill titAr ldclertrf coop tIe mIli the tilts j d,i Spill4 11115 lU
leRa od
A oct 1 e Sc
h motology
Ro te 753 I.e VI t)
t Lathe
I St Il st I the 'i t
G coral Hoop IdI Pork R d6e
Mcd
pi te
WGPI t,illc host B II
I
svitI h the ope k
He w Il G
po I
s I It, il lo
Bctgw llIletli.guevt cro her
discuss th
Cli
tytes st r
ro d at Ile untesl ici gof
thrit diag
that
m pug Sollt ,wWlb
licitrot.
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SAVE ENERGY!
SAVE MONEY!
Is the mndic'or public t'elatiöns
Mi sesslom st the "Hypertcs..:.............::'.:.gién:Eduau,ttsn, Progcom'V are.
..... ':fields,.:',
Plaines getterai insurance ages-
preferred ants ruling system fur
At Lwrencewood Plaza
Oakton and Waukegan Road
I
banking in their beautiful and
ed and envyoled by Reynslda.
esnIons.
Arthritis prógramspOnsOled
by Lutheran General
or more.
The new Dempster Office bao
bochnenié gelSo ace' olwi poechou-
required to attend either st these
apeniisg u new checking account
with $350 sr msre, or a new or
existing savings account of $tth
feel auch hoodléd. Alaminom
ea$inga, inclodingpota aid pons,
power. liwnmÓwsr housings nod
Presenting the public relations
The c)her aspect of the
viewpoint wtll be Robert Edwur- program, a "Hypertension
da, 0001cr publication editor toe Choie", will feature instruction
Northern Illiuots Gas; presentiog os takiog a blood pressure ucd Inthe preso viewpoint will be Steve
formation on low salt diets, und
Novick, area editor of the Sabsrn
will be offered on Thsrnday, April
bac Trib.
.
.
lb or April 24 trum .7 to 9 p.m.
Cost for the lonch000 in P5 for . Regislrcllco fsr'eithor ocssicu of
members and $6 for San- the clinic bulled lo eight per ono
members. Fur rescryatibul, ' and maybe made byealliog Holy
phusyAlanlililoatll97-t800, ,..
: Fssouily,'b 'Puhl)c Relation
MoIshership in the Nyrthwest Gepaitinentat.297 tOto, eut. 1174,
Press Clots is Opcli to all pectoylo ' weehdaysll a,m.1o5 p.m.
Melzer School rn Morton Grove
where both camps are IMated.
Moot the casnp dat! op April10
Is discuss and esploro qneotionn
andareas concerning day qasops.
mrrtmg with' s five minute
md l'unr msS be
' Proses tutlso
ayd a 0dm 05 hypertension on
follcw.
tnrostnd families Its Sunflower
Day Camp and Suburban Day
' es, 207 und 030 will address the
ta lengths' sot encendiog three
'
vldes blood rreurn screening
house tor both regIstered and tu-
Plomen.
Candidates from School District
window frsmeo;'ond lawn busC
tare tob'mg, which should be eat
who have or are interested in
pre505tatluns
and
viesvpoioto oto the topic.
Questions and discussion will
Board of the Young Men's Jewish
The Euni Mizos Schoel District
es Cmrdinulmg ConneS will
spsosar Candidates NIghI on
Wednesday, AprilS, 017:10 p.m.
io the Apelle Junior High School
Aodilorinm, 10100 Des ed., Des
oinidissg, gslttern, stérol door und
.
Tito meetcsg will hOve a dialog
format with professionals giving
Camp.
un 3601 Dempster io emphasizing
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The Reynolds Metals .Compsny
sobsidissy pnéehaues oS.nlsaoi'
sum.oaos had othor'elesn household nldminsmsoeh os pio piules,
almoioaiés' foil,' frecen fsod'uod
Black Forest Chalet Restaurust, pigb'hloo'd pressure.
tato N. Wpskegan rd., Mor000' ,. persons rnu, pflend the first
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'evi of thcovogrum which is'
Oc Ttscrnduy, April 10 at 7:35
Council Is npoosorlsg an opes
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Auner tPsyc» dip, 'puddieg md
meal' containers. Reynolds zIon
buys nihar timintin11 items snob
A "Hyperleténion Education
snoti, Friday, April .)l; at the
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dollars of real estate in nne year
makes him a lifetime member of
Skukie Trust
offering FREE
seeds
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800-228-2575, .'. for' lbs' oueveot
mmpeOnOtisfl. : ' '
The meeting. will be' held 'at . io whirling vi April for porsons
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thelllissnisMilllnu Dollar Club.
cao onti 'Ihn '.'toll.free ' Somber
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beguoun...April. To obtsiis the
price poid ricyolrri,' esstamren
discussed at the April meeting of Pyoram" sponsored by Holy
theNortliweot Preso Club.'.
' 'Family 'Hospital, will be offered
Library's Opera)isg
to the
budget.
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of siDing at least one. million
Skokie Trust &Savings Bash is
growing and,their second office
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lotereot incossle,will be applied
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Shoppiog Center, Osbton and
Wanbegno RUs.. Miles, every
Wrdoesdsy. frcm 1 te 3:30 p.m.
uod'evnry Sotnedsy from 10 am.
lo 12 Noon. (No stop April 5.)
mobïsltiit'hlopt ho the metropolSun Cbicago'areu'tuill be dosblod
Education
"The Public's Right dnKisow, .'
Negative Neyns Stcrie,o and Fair .
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collection of
onsinusobd taday Uliat the ireqsesoyofjb$'obout,nlI,o!the 13
"e ..flyperteflSJOfl
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Club meeting
Board Secretary Hurry Festine.
Around $15MO to interest ear-'
sings is enpected per year thorn
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August 197S at thesuggestiow. of
Reattors at Milwaukee and
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Librury joined the Fund 'In
associate of Centm'y 21 Wetter
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The mosey io to be used to bici ' plerisetttnd some ' major )ma Stato , Certified Physical :frovemefltstO,'itfl energy plast
Engineer, to pérform a 'thorough which have nerved to provide a
E gy A d t f the M n ro r comt rtabt ole o
Lb y phyc al pt t The
enp tdlc y 1h Dlutrct
'Esgionég vilI ''proy:ide thtI" '.at'lyas).17%of)ls utUltybillé.
msvicipal organizations. The
Norwood Federal Savmgs and Loan Assoelation rcenfly sponsorods pootry contestforehildrentwelveyenrs ofge oryonnger.
Shown obove ore wimers (1-r) Jomie Smollnski (3rd prize),
Jason Permoda (2zd prize) and Christina Freeman (Ist prize).
Christina was awarded a Bell & Hòwell camera, while Jason and
Jamiereoeivedcheekn for$lOznd$5 renpeetively.
All cootestparticipantsaretobecommendedfnrtheir effort.
Any janior investnr interested in entering Nordie's Easter Egg
LIb
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in ihn
aluminoso 'cans und sEher clous
hosseholdaluminom, S. B. Thaw.
p500, district manager, Reynolds
Aluminum» Recycling Company,
a7ssunt, equdl to' the Federal
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Ca F c Ici
spec to trennsry ' mollies of
Vincent A. Scarpelli, atop
'Because this is. a mUlching,
Loealian of the sourest Reynolds
Alnmiouin recycling mdrotion
peiot is: Lewr000emeo)l Pisaa
With the ' onpeeted ' dramatic
mocease
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Local, GoVesiisnéot 'and Public , tRope offh'r,prdjocL'.-"
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FranfsJ. Brunt, a top broker.
zosociáte of Centary 21 Wetter
Realtors at Harlem and
Reynolds Aluminum
Lawrencèwood recycling
Library Board of Troutnes with a
District has just'been awarded a
District iS proectistg a rolare io
Harry W. Birk, a top sales-
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skiIy College D strict 535
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April 14, 1 S a the Purch sing
Office f GobIos Community
Colte e Building , 7500 North
Ir Avenue Morton Gr ve,
Don't Settle for Less! Call for a free home
estimate:
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opened 'Sod 'read aloud.
Specilicatlb'o,s of items to ho sup-
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Office of Ilse Direytor of Bopiness
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EÇONOMY
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The BogIe, Thursday, April 3, 1980
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From the LEFT HAND
Keep. man!s
0cc survey . . . Could from Slsokle-LWP.l
best friend
from lt local high schools; and
students from Dartun's college
CentliifleOfrOm Page 1
From whatwe imderstnd, its reuy the older guys trylog lo
hong oc to their control of the library booed, while attemptingtoknock offthenewerguy.
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owners Ihey beve a legalresponoibility Io - clean-up after their
pets. Village ordinance provideo
for fines op to $100 for anyone
who neglects Ibis responsibility
lo remove and properly dispose
of any excreto deposiled by his
While were not in coy position toässees the work of all the
board members and the caadidatec we do believe Peatice
and the other newer membero elected 2 years ago, Peggy
Rosjki and Rita Breitbart, have been a welcome addition to
the board. Prior to their ascendancy onto the board, Nileo
Library Board may havebeen the pooreat pahlic board we
have seen in action io many years. Their conning a second
library while being woefsdly ohort of funds, their ill-faled
retereodam to purchase the shopping center where thelod
library is located, and theirwoefully underpaid lihrary stoff,
atteatedtothepooroperation ofthe district.
dog.
When accompanying your dog
001side your premises you ore
reqoired lo hove with yoo
suitable means to removal and
diop000l ofouch ecreth.
Village ordinance alus reqoires
dogs lo be leaohed sobeo on any
Wheo PeaUsse, Ranjki and Breitbart moved onto the hoecd
thedintrictseemedtotaro ilnelfaround. Today, Ihe district is
netting $35,000 a year in interest. Breithart atfrihalea this lo
Festine, whoisan acc000taot.
streel, sidewalk, alley or other
public place. Your pet loves you
and lovés togo walking with yon.
Retoco thai love by giving him
just a fewmisotes lotokehon oat
The older board memhero, parlicalarly Hoden, have been
bickering with Pesline daring the entire time they have served on the board together.
on his leash and by cteasisg op
after him. This way, Sefirk
It seems from here like a power straggle, with the older
hoard members wantitig to bang Onto their liMe fiefdom.
We've been impressed with the new people. We think all of
them deserve a longernpportonily to serve on the board lo
displaytheirabilitiea.
reminds as, both yna and your
dog wiube good oeighhoro.
Former water mid sewer contractor Ed Ciccone died last
weekiathe Phoenix, Arinona area. Edwasan imporlant part
of Niles back issthe early 60'o. He leas active in the Nifes.
Li000 Clob and ran for Mayor in 1961, the first year Nick
Blasewonelectioo.
Reporto from Arizona, where Ed moved 2 years ago, noted
hehad been nperatedaoforgallbladderproblems a coople of
months ago. He bad been active -Inthe hardware boniness
with a brother-rn-law.
Ed wm qoite successful to bis boniness life. Eat more important, be was a very sweet goy who had legioss of friends
Io NUes.
the Comfy will imure beat and electricity (and elevalor)
services win he macstained when the main power is shot off.
Diane was so exasperated by thin deficiency she pot her
typewriter to work many months ago which resalted in the
purchase. It was another community service effort which
ommmdty newspapers shasld he tovolved in.
District f35 keeping opon Apollo Jonior High School for
one more yearseems wasteful. The low population there wifi
ilkely resaIt in the school being closed next year. Parents at
Campfire gir1ls
on 'i'.V.
Ten MoOnt Prospect Campfire
girls saw themselves on TV. and
talked wilk Ike production crew.
programs now heiogcuthack.
equipment. With the help of her
Acliog saperintendent Stetina said at one of the meetings
hedidnol wantto give aoopision coneeroing having a middle
school (0th, 7th aod Eh grades) at the aoisr high school,
level. Hethoaghtitwoald heanfairforhinstopronomare such
an opinion since the locomiag superintendent should he free
to creato Ido own policy. Bat he believed the schont shoald be
kepl opon as additional year to allow this option to be
available. Many residents
agred. They contend Ike
crew members, Kaihy Dulen
(Riles), Marybeth Andershow
(Mount Prospect), aud Adele and
Mro. Griiuuoo videotaped an io
tee-jew of the girls and their
leaders. The girls enjoyed their
television debut.
Chess team
school could be clod one year, and then re-oponed again if
the anlikely realiginnent ofgraden was approved. The year's
cloning woold save the district from $20000g lo $210,000.
At a Thursday sight budget hearing il was reported the
NUes ice rink has a $07,000 aaoaal deficit, exclodiog- dmioislralive casIs. The while elephant ou Ballârd rd *
costing every Nifes Park Dist'icttaxpayer. What lu-sad
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communities likeArlIngt009jeigkls aré sending tbeirsJsate
to NOm because their facilities have beeo cltsedhècaose
Its costliness. Thus, Niledites tanes- are paying fdr.oùt-,-f
townero skating bore. Also, the profitable TAM golf ëoul- dollars are beIogoffselhythe icerosk ' s louons.
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competition
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roped . Iii md Oeceot W I
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Johu C. Michael, Chicago;
representaliveo knew more about
occupational-vocational pro-
Based on this siudy, the college
Grove; Timothy Prost, Park
Ridge; Thomas Quinn, Glen-
the original college district
(Maioe and Nues Townships)
knew more about the college in
The respondents tended to
Safe boating
Safe Boating wifi be taught by
represenlatives of the Uniled
Slates Coast Guard Ausiliaryin
an eight week course beginning
00 Monday, April 14 at 8 p.m., at
Mayer Xaplan Jewish Cornmuoity Ceuler, 18M W. Church,
Skobie.
The course is opornored by the
Health & Physical Education
Department of MEJCC. The
eighl week coarse, meeting once
a-Week, will include lessons on
beat handliog, navigation, radio,
safety afloat, legai requirements,
knots, weather, manse engines
andmore!
Charge for testhoak is $7. Feen
to be paid atthe lot meeling. For
further information, call 671-2200,
est. 2M.
Orièntation to
school workshop
The Office ut Comiciunity
-Outreach of Oakton Community
College will npunnor an Orion-
talion to College Worknkop
Tuesday, April I from 7 to 1-30
especially designed for sew
students who are interested in
credil classes sr learning whal
other see-ices Oahton has, to of
fer. Persons who may hesefit is
the workshop are those 25 year
of age and over who are near
eking fpr elf-eurichmenl, o
need tolearn new skills m orde
lo work, or are newly retired an
want to make some ehangen, o
arethlnking ofrhaogiog careers.
Reservations are n«ennary
For renervatiom Or fur more io
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luIIiIjIullIJÌIIu,IlIuulIIIul
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lo pl y. But free
wM$') Singer of Buffalo Gripe spétled doom for our
I$(4)i)47-l4 cecil Iiiuugh Marilioc antscored theo is
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)$e ikn greeted al the schon) by isosuliuss cheers
ieji4tiirneil from Champaign. Theyueemed to be on a
1) 1 t
liloing streak when the Winnebago camper Ihey were
I w ai j,rohe down, just before they got lo the school Bu
00 g I from M Sac I i to Buffalo Grove Friday
li,
' 'm'rc picked up by parents sod dciv n lo the ueb si
eliminating them from the stole basketball championship io
Chompaigs. Macmac, down 83 putoIs al halftime, roared ------------ Whom '-,ippor 1ers gave them aroasing welcurne home.
Nuco; Gregory
Thompson, Nues; Robert Tomsovic, Chicagn; Michael Uhiarik,
lOydninski,
munity ImpaetStudy to nue way
of 0500mg ourselves that we are
meeling the expectations of the
people weserve."
Shokic; James Viola, Park
Ridge; Dásiel Wolosyos, Glenview; John WySncki, Glenview;
Steven Zimmer, Riles; and Jakob
Zienmermann,Chicags.
Condos.....
Honor Juniors are: Thomas
Boumais, Chicago; Richard
Conlicaed from MD P.1
will costthevillage. As of now the
Yong Chian, Nues; Christopher
village deco not foresee a cul
Cleven, Park Ridge; Michael
Dhandt, Den Plaines; Stephen
Dyra, Chicago; John Falk,
hack in the freqneney of. pickop
servire the condo owners are get.
ting, but if the service ran be rut
dooms without any problems, the
village has stated their intent to
dono.
Shnhie; Thad Franccyk, Skohie;
Louis Galausini, Chicags; James
Hedy, Chicago; Martin Hubert,
Chicago; Robert Koch, Riles;
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Daniel Lavery, Riles; Petter
0cc election . . .
Leddy, Nues; lleven McIntyre,
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Chicago; Kenneth Mizialku,
Continued from Page-S
will soon move out of the distriel
Riles; Virgilio Moreno, Marino
Morrissey,
Dave
Grove;
Ridge; Dave Scherer, Morton
Grove; Michael. Stikn, Morton
Grove; Kevin Tabany, Skohie;
Thomas Walters, Chicago;
Robert -Wedofi,. Park Ridge;
JnsephWrona, Chicago.
First Hnnors Sophomores nelude: Donjlc Arhus, Morton
Grove; Raymond Barlimnccia,
Evanston; Daniel Corboy,
Chicago; Robert Deleser, Des
Plaines; Vioccnl DiSilvvslrn,
Chicago; Patrick Diskin,
Chicago; - Thomas
Esika,
Chicago; Patrick Glouscock,
Park Ridge; Paul Griifis,
Chicago; Michael Haungu, Nilvs;
Brian Karnysoki, Nues; Pairich
Kellvhcr, Wiles; John Kiefer, Chicago; GeorgeKraunik, Chicago;
Jeffrey Manciopinto, Morton
Grove; Michael Maska, Park
Ridge; Timothy Mines, Park
Ridge; Robert Newton, Chicago;
Dennis O'Brien, Chicago;
William yanilla, Chicago; Pant
Recette, Riles; David Schelfler,
Nues; Lawrence Schurder, Park
Ridge; Thomas Schwarz, Des
Plaises; Thomas Simon,
term seals are prenenllyfilled by
Ms. Juckett and Pani Gilson,
Skokie.
Eleclion bosen on April 12 are
ncheduled from noon until 7 p.m.
Polling placeo will bethe naine us
Ihose of the underlying elementory andhigh oehmldiulricla.
Voters ras apply for atoenlee
doni, Riles; Joseph Santos,
Chicago; Michael Simkins, Mor-
ton Grove; March Wicrnba,
Chicago.
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D.E. State
Conipetition
Maine Kaut senior Miles
Rosenthal placed io Ike lop eight
in the recent state Distributive
Education contests held io
Springtieid.
Osen 800 students participated
registering io 1ko mueoe 5f their
tIent choice," he soid.
Classes will be hold on Orb-
Citizeos Book fi Trust Campany, Park Ridge, wilt be open
until 3 p.m. 05 Good Friday, April
4. Remaining open until 3 o'clock
wiS enahie many coutnmers who
will be travelling the Easter
weekend to transact banking
niasses ss6i sloe continue to be business beisre leaving, accarding tu a bank spshesman.
offered in Morton Grove at
Cutieens will be open tor
Gotoso md Nogla.
business
as usual on Saturday,
Ssmnser classes soil begin at
April 5 from 8 am. to 12 noon that
seth iseatinos Mondoy, June 16.
Regiotrntisn - will nustiuse day.
through May 16 at the Momio
Grove locatiso. Students mayreototer by mail- nr in pernos.
Pinol registration foe the sammer OeaaiOO will be held st the
Bids are beiog received by the
Dei Plaines campus only os Business Office nf Kant Maine
Msodny, Jane 9, in Boom t542 gchooiDintrictt3for000e (11100
Legal Notice
and io Merlan Grove only an
Tuesday, Jose 15, Building 6,
This year, he:,nl disease ;:od stroke Snow 653. The hases for both
will kill v air ly 205,11115 Astctioavn days ase from 9:30 n.m. astil
intime 17E. competition.
Step Van.
Specilications may be picked
up at the Busiucss Office or cull
299-1900.
Bids are due in the
Business Office at 7:00 P.M., so
Monday, April 14,1980.
dignnn, Des - Plaines; John
Breslin, Chicago; Brian Buche,
Morion Grove; David Campbell,
Chicago; Dennis Cutloton, Chicago; Steve Dombrowuki, Riles;
Nitos; Thomas Mueller, Chicags;
Michael Mulvihill, Riles; Glenn
Nickele, Chicago; Frank Novak,
Finnerty, Macton Grove; Atqurn
Gitane, Skokie; Hereoitino Fier-
Gregory Dyra, Chicago; Casey
your co-op advertising
dollars have to be spent
or they can't help you sell
Chances Ore that ysur company has cs-sp dollars available toyau right
now, That's why sur publication has started a Co-Op Department lo
help you uke asoilable co-sp dollars io help you sell.
Dislrict 207 enrollment peaked
SUBSCRIBE!!!
nludents. With enrollment dropping an average of six per cent a
year since then, the district fias
Here's how ii works. You can choose from a wide array of
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ads, special sections, and waoy others. We'll help you determine the
ONE YEAR '7.00
r-i TWO YEARS '13.00
THREE YEARS '17.00
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had to reduce its teaching staff
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Eight non-tenured teachers
were terminated in 1977, 16 nonleoured and twoteoured teachers
in 1978, and 50 iiou-tooured and 14tenUred touchera io 1979.
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best dealer advertisiog is give you She otrosgesi impact-and frequency.
So dust let the sales potential offered by pour co-op program get away
from you. Call us ioda)' and we'll gise you complete information to help
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you get Olarted.
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Name
ninory Committee recruited frçm,
all over Maine Township ia
nurreiitliesoislìng-'I'ho.Board of-
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Bugle Puhlications
1 Addrtso
City
Education wilh Project SEE
SecooduryIs'dùcatiösfar he
Stale
F,ighlió/)..
The SitE Commiitce han lamen
(PLEASE ENCLOSE CHECK)
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charged. sojib.- Iotising isla tkh
probléms stIfle - school iislriêt
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declining crirotlessent- and with
soaking recommeodationo-to Ihe
beard ofEduratiun qn lpsg-raege
planning. The committee will he
reporting backto the Board in
ton's new campos in Des Plaines
for the first time doring the 1980
luter may be diaappeinted in
Citizens Bank
òpen Good Friday
Froshmeo first h000rs are:
Chicago; Stanley Mroninski,
in the 1971-7g schoolyear ut 11,864
Jane,
Pintrswski, Morton Grove; Jobo
F. Robinson, Skohie; Kevin Ros-
Francis OMotley; Chicago;
Marc Perry, Skokie; Ted
filled curly and students enrollmg
painted out.
AsisrosArriols,Chicagn; Richard
Blaszak, Norridge; Thomas Sor-
fewer students taking
requiredcourses."
reuniting froiii the eftocts -qf
"Many of the pepslae closons.
at Gallon's summer sessions ace
intend ta aloud classes, Gogie,
Michael Zimmer, Riles.
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wood Heights; Benny Deng Lam,
Chicago; Edward Mas, Chicago;
James MeTighe, Chicago;
Timothy Merges, Chicago; Brian
Morphy, Riles; Ohlweio, Skskie;
Students ace encouraged -,o
register st the located where they
Riles; Steven Struck, Chicago;
Joseph gvachola, Chicogs;
Timothy Tucker, Chicago;
Daniel Urquhurt, Chicago;
Daniel Vesoti, Chicago; Sieves
Watson, Nitos; David Weaver,
Chicago; Richard Weber,
Chicago; Kevin Weiss, Rilen;
Randy Wenreb, Chicago; and
college diolrict.
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Chicago; James Lecinski, Har-
nuw for suosnor aebmi classes ut
Oolitos Cumunmity Galope, nc.
onediogloJobo Gagin, director nf
udmiosi005 and romeds.
Plaines; Christopher Steseos,
mail is April 7 and in person in
April-Il, the day before the election. All voters must he
regislered and residents of the
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Koib, Skokie; Pani Korctsioslni,
Cslege students borne for
spring vocation should eegiatee
Chicago; Frank Ssrcc, Park hncorn age 65. ,ccordisn t,' the 12:35 p.m. sod from 5:75 to 7:30
Ridge; Chester Stanley, Des Amorio:tv Hs::tt Assoc,atlov-
ballots now. Final dayto apply by
since 1877.
Shokie; Steven Jabtonoki, Niles;
Register now for
0cc Summer school
pmma4
to New Orleans: The twa-full-
Cunlinued from Pagel
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tin Ross, Nnrthhrsok; David
"Oakton is planning for- ils
future," he added. "The Corn-
Oahton and Nagle.
Thin one session workshop is
- view; Danil Rugs, Chicago; Edward Rohack, Park Ridge; Mar-
ofita community, he said.
District 207...
Uscare with only 32
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needed informalion and to coin.
musicate with various uegmenla
p.m. in Building 3, Room 308 on
the Morion Grove campus,
Alejandro Moreno, Morton
Grove; Michael O'Brien, Morton
will be bolter able to provide
gramu. High school staffs from
tl
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Craig Jajko, Chicago, Martin
little awareness of Oaktoo
programsandnervices.
i I ti ti il i SU tiIfilfflhllIuIIulIllIlIuuIl
All
s us shoald get Ocr heads together and try to helpti
park commissioners figaro how to otilizethe haildiog elfe- tively. We've been told hands for the rink will he rctird in
1982. Bstthehigh cost ofenergywill still be a burden urna rllaioiog the ire risk.
(Northbroob),
Deirde Storm
acodemlcPeriOd,
Thomas McCauley, Rilen;
Thnmus McCarthy, Evanston;
Timothy McHugh, Chicago; Edward Meuselt, Morton Grove;
significant population who bane
courses. Boniness/industry
could he a part ot the on-camera
and behind-the-scenes esperien
Grim000,
nandee, Skokie; James liDienbrand, Skokie; Michael Hiavin,
Chicago; William Hopperich,
Morton-Grove; Robert maculo,
Joseph A. Mahoney, Nitro;
han learned that nome groups
know more aboul the College
than others and that there is a
differenl programo, she poioted
out. - High school utudeots were
moot aware of Oabton's transfer
Maciliac High School so they
Dorothy
Oakton intends to ose the findiogo of thin study in plannmg,
evaluation and further research,
according lo Oakton's President
W. A. Koeholine. The lank force
other programs and services, Mo.
Handoel said.
Differeol groups were aware of
Bakewell, brought their girls lo
Mrs.
for new jobs, and enploring
education programs - but they
bave much leus knowledge of
Asderukow and Mrs. Shelby
moderator of Ihe TV. Productioos Club, demonotraled the
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csdeer options, Ms. Handzel said.
The group leaders, Mro. Cathy
pablir meetings the past Z weeks generally agreed they
wankt rather see that boilding closed than decimale
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Health
depaetmeot, 96b-4100.
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The lady nest door to as, Diane 14111er, dmerves hurrahs
from all of as forher fight to getan emergency generalor for
the Huntington Senior Citloen Home. The 3,200 parchase by
tha Morton Gosv
The top-rated benefiln of
having a community college
Oaktos's three largeol prograisio
- tramfer courues, occupationalvocati000l and continuing
health program
on Wednesday, Atoll 8th, at the
Morton GrouC Psbhc Likeaey,
Rl40 Lincoln Asense
Fac addiliasol is)oemation, ron.
goad job.
availablein thearea were related
Io np-dating job skiBn, training
Fr. Thomas Markus in pleased
Parh Ridge; Thomas O'Neill,
to announce the Honor Roll for - Nues; Charles Paustian, Nues;
Notre Darne Hugh School; 7851 Daniel Riley, Riles; Thomas
Dempuler st., Nues. This honor Riley, Chicago; Briân Sheffler,
roll in for tIse uccoomi quarter Nues; Steve Scheuer, Park
Honor Seniors include: Mark
G. Argianas, Chicago; Dennis
Bartiinoccia, Evanston; Stephen
Glenview; John
BoshOld,
Dcgranue, Park Ridge; Jumes
Dyra, Chicago; Kevin Gilbert,
Chicago; Thomas E. Gorham,
Chicago; Steven P; Iteldmano,
Glen Ellyn; Paul R. Hoffman,
Chicago; Thomas 1°. Kaaoin,
Park Ridge; Daniel G. Keilcy,
Glenview; Joseph S. Lin, Glenview; Scan P. Lynch, Chicago;
programs and services, tended to
believe the College was doing a
TIse findings have indicated
that most people are aware uf
evalsate Gobions performance
an adequate or better is uerviog
fro80 Lutheran Gonseal Hospital
Following the disc000iols by De.
Peodoneiothecòwiflhe a question
and answer period.
The program begins ut 780 PM
Oakton, who have used the
College.
"For Men Only"
Raosieo Pendencio, a specialist
than adequate jok. lt wan alus
evident that those who know
which people learn about the
newer additions to the district.
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Ed is survived bylds wife Noncy, two sono and a danghter,
aodgrandchildren.
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Iban 5 per cent ofthetotal sample
felt that Oakton was doing n tens
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general than did staffs from
paetsoent is sponsarisgo program
For Men Only to disenso
common problems of Ike prostate
glnod.
Guest speaker soil he De.
the needs of the cammiumity. Less
credit classes and MONNACEP
(GaMes's non-crestO, conlinumg
educationprogram).
The study sought to determine
Ike community's awareoeos and
perceptions of College programs
aod services as well au,waYs is
The Moetoo Grove Health de-
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Ed, who lived m the corner home al Ozarkand Main oIs.
formanyyeors, was a good friend ofmost ofthe NUes public
people lothosedays.
-Morton GrovéAnana'-y.Cotrol
:Officer
Tom Sefick renmid dog
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