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showed the prohable winnero to
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Sat. 9:30-- S30 P.M.
Open Sun. ! - 5 P.M.
8.307 total voten;. On.
Parker, Uncolnwood.
lar Demecratic Organlzetlen,
unofficial Maine township cte.
. suits showed Howard 6l75;
oft election will be held Nov.
7.79 Mrs. Anne Evans, Des
Shapero. 1349 andLavin, 2,433.
from each district will he coin.
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con delegates.
Shapero, Skekie, 46i7.
Theoday's primary
trimming the list nf candidates
held in llflnoin 010CC 1920, will
As The BUGLE went to press
yesterday (Wednesday uof-
Clyde
Plotone. 7,558 and Theodote
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According to a spokesman
for the Maine Township Rogo-
fidel results fromGOpsqurces
to 4 in each of the state's
The 56 delegatee aré to draft
.a proposed new state cossututeli within 8 months. It will
then be submitted te the lilieoie Vetora net less thin 2 nor
more then 6 menthe after tho
18 to decide which 2 candIdates
Parker. 4598; Evans, 5.479:
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district tuñied out In an appan
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to sondaste candldstesfordele..
gates to the state.constttuÙonsl
STORE HOURS
Evans, Púker, Howárd, Shapero
Win Con-Côn Primàry
The convenUOn,. flr6t to be
coev6ntiön adjourns.:,
convene 10 SprthgfieldDec. 8.
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VOL. 13 NO. 14 THE BLt3L.S. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 25 1969
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your bushel
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weigh the. apple..estern or tite prico Would likely double) itas a
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moat co stop.off at the store on the prèmisOn for taffy apploni
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off epple.eatht for a few days büt . ynull hove bed a fine tinte
and a gréatmefltory tor an early fall afternoon. . .
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fliio Io also the. time to plan for o week-end or an aftoritoon
juat driving around and drinking up the chonfiog cOlors. If you
-can také off a Priday to Sunday werk-end, thorn's no more color.
ful trip than drtolng north to Poor C000Çy. Uyoucatft spend the
ohne. ati afternoen trip In our area canot1Il be worthwhile. One
of our favorOnn lo a drive north on Sherldqo Rood litro the heav-.
ily.wooded North Shore. A stop-off at the BahàI Tomp la always
moot-Interesting and then otopóff a oscood tono In Glouton et the
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North Shore Confregatlon Israel synagogue. . *t'e e hoaotlful
building reated.by a Japanese architecte who blendedin theflowing
white arched tiollo amidst the hnautthil ourwundlng wooded area.
Anothez surprisingly short trip. via thn Don Ryan Expeosway.
in to head south to the Indiana JuneB ahbut 10 miles pst Gary.
daring he t1te when the
lts a great rea for just tiamping and
leaven bave . changed colors it Is e breathtaking place to he.
The Kabuki Theatre corneo to Chicago tonight and lt's an event
which should not go unmentioned. While the japaneoe plots may
he difficult ;o imders000d, the beauty nf thin far eastern theatre
In the . beouty f .movement While ali the actçra are male. the
graceftil movements of dance. mtmlc and drama lo indeed a
raÑ viewing opportunity for westerners. The Kabuki la here
toro 'Sunday at .tlio Aodlterlum Theatre. which by the ways io
Chicogoa most handsome theatre.
While the Rehuid may not be your cup of tea we'd like to call
your attention to the one-night stand of the Joffrey City BaDet.
which will also be at the Aodltorlom Theatre io January. We
opeot a oprl1.baond2 hours viewing a performance lost year SOd
We recommend early reservations for this year's nne.oight lo
Chicago.
lo mentioning tlte6e evento Pm got trying to create any egghead Imprenslon Pm much of a culture voiture. Two.yeara ago
I otayed 5 mi00000 at the pera. begging off for the washroom
and winding up watching a tail game on TV at a nearby tavern.
And being an old south sida Jazz iSO.. who used to sneak Into
Dave'o Cafe and the old Grand Terrace. in tbe dayn when I was
15 yeas-u old speD-boned by the old Hines. Basic and HamPton
bando nf the early deities. Pvc spentà couple nf coittfoitoblC
Friday afterÑona lintening to the Chicago Symphony. Still. being
Unschooled in thené .We doenaft prevent me tram suddenly
discovering music and dance which are most etcittof. Thats
. a me550ge for t1e, legión of Sunday beer.guzzling TV-fnothali
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has hans laid out on a high.
Serving. with Peck In maiting
Park Beard president Jerry
ager Ken Scheel. the present
attorney Gabe Serrai ato to move
Howard at. However, the loir.
chase lipending the Mderson
owners
receiving. Indoutriel
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Opén Meeting
Sept.29
village ball at Touhy' and MILweukee will be closed 06 Oct.
3g andefter "mevlog°' the first
3 days et Novem!.ec, the new
administration building will be
doadcentar et theSeptember 16- upen
fer busindas on Tuesday,
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poned 9 hole course north of
the board nf trusteeo Tuesday
sight. the Nibs board hotbed.
for the timé being, et epprov..
continuod on gel8
According to the Village Man.
the TAM legal prsbems off
1411es Park Board han had an
agreement to parchase the pro.
line basis and woo approved by
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plans for dedicating the a..Pt!eIstration building seWeD 55 the
new fire Station wilt be all the
members of the f,oard.
appointed Commis..
WhUe,a general :5a6. pru-'
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MIen park comnInslnnoro Once
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property wh1c1besbeeninlimbo
dUring these past months. .
abner jack Lenke to study a
tiofl to he considered with pk
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a gettino of Nitos us weil. as
Morton Grove and the Purest
Preserve District.
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weukee No
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load the car with lote of kids and head nocbwest on Rond Road
(U. 12) to the oppio. orchards in the a11ÒÓhd5relt.f yoU
don't.bring your own. blshc1 bankeç. .yoi. hay.them stOlte entrance.
t. Iie o+Cbard..and thon ,gab.a1ddddo-alid begin ptcldnbnd
(thoydont
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.Stuflmertlrne IS eat. .1Iv1n time and early utun;fl' time IS
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There will be an OPEN
MEETING to discuss a ropasod
Ordinence regarding Oatdtor
Storage pf. Traforo and Boote
In Residential Pistricts. MdetIng will. b held os Monday,
Sept. 29. at 8 p.m. In the MIes
Council Clembero, 7200 Waafte..
ganrd,, Nues, IllinCis.
nosing . for the TAM oree and
as of TUeade?5 meeting eu deemmo hao been reached. Since there are only 38 mnnibs to go
on the optino for the Nitos Park
Dlntrict tu purchnoe the
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Hiles Area Drive
For Hurricane
Camille Victims :.,
Hurricane Camfilebeopasued
but the needs of the cdms
are otill urgent and require
help. To sntlsfy 60mo of these
needs the Salvation. Army and
the St. Vincent DePaul Society
of St. Jebe Brebeuf chtwçh are
joining together and enlist the
help et all the people ei the
Nileo area.
A collection otuseeMe Cloth-
Ing for ali âges, bedding end
non-persihable foods for the
hurricane victims wil1bn held
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Richard Harcoak, I., anti Charlen Barbaglia, r., co..chalrnten
ei NCC-L Golf Outing, sponsored by the Nibs Chamber ofCom.
merce . and, Liens ,elnb nf NUco. Event. WIll take pIece Sept. 25,
Thursday, at thn Rh-hurst Country cieli and will include dinoer
anddaocthendprlzeo foraliwbo participate.
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neaoosry because 0fthecbe&
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c000lderable dlocu0iofl with
otaff mômborB and represented
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artes it in anticipaiedthatMaino
South's earoflrítont wii levetoff - of thofourfaciIillekcomieto.
at approxl*nate1y3500ntudonta.
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StUdIOS show that the greatest
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MIneNO1th heSated
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preprod
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n comparotvolY embu enthe
admbdtiatIY
staff in Jan.rollment ot Maine North whenif
OP000 10 1970. ThIS WW allow uary. 1969. The follOwiflO t1I
ampio opaco at the school to . shows actua1enro11mflWt0r
preeedlogthr ycoro ofoperahandle the anttctPated rapid
tton the curroñt year. and progrowth òf popuiation In the surmotions forthe next fLve rcare
roundlof unIncorPorated aroa.
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RObert AWells, MahioNorth.
on a 52-acie alto in locatedin.
an unincorporated area Just pr1ncpaI Indicated Plan VI
north afGolf rd. and caen of .eema to botito most desirable
for noverai reaoana. PIan VI
ie Tollvtay. It will aervo ro.
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expanded Aeronautics course.
expanded Computer Conter, in-
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direction of Mro. Bodzewskl.
Trudy Seelos. indyBodzewskl,
Jill Riend and Dawn Jessen
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pJaun of 4O00 ntudents,the c108$a# are
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make
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Teheran io six days io lengths brother' "iregardthlo rind
begnptsg on Saturday and endas one' df thé
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an overview of the eflUlO dodO.
The aoUciatod 1ev' seeded
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raise neceooar Edocattonal
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mooies will this year be
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bodget requested for 69-70 toiwr
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assessed valuation.
t lo $9 993 425 - an tflCrùe of The overall total
taxrate(which
$90100 ovr 6B9.
includes levies forfive other
trassportation .0644;
'lit I creano Ls tido yeara
5 attending Malee
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LOSt WhZO .hid activein stu
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which are open to theptib..
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MARI ROBERTS SCHOOL
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reeoented by deIegat at the
goujFn opening meeting early
in October. They are abed to
contact chairman Wax at bio
home telephone 729-3837 after
of eur memberohip area. Now.
GIVESPRESCHOOLER
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Ing fdcllltleo In this unincârporated area has forced vat
leus groups to ¡acate eutside
Caucua mamberhIp has alwayo
been open to local homeowners
PTA, PTC eMe. religious an4
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cauocas ntembershlp for the
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caucus sytil be made mere rep.
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take advantage of this apporte-
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rulee have beenchangedtobring
In groupe whose ¡tyalcal beadquarters may lie outside of the
dofined D/63..D/207 urea, but
which have a majority of their
memberahip reoidftglnthecaia.
can area. 1f this majority con-
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from Deo Plothes wóuld attend
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both Junior highs end nonlor
blghu.wfflbehe14 on-Sondoy
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area would not be delayed. .2.
tendance arca In 1970-1971. 2.
NQrth Elementary School atodntwonIdnotbedtVided6mOng
three high schools. Disadvantageo: t.
to the Maine North attendoncé
area woold be deloyod until
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objecdon. 4. The developflleflÇ-.
be io the proponed Makie North
attendance area lnPha9el.ThiO
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is aleo held et 10 aje.
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east of the Des Flameo river
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smaller than 3500 and would
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Free PLck Up And Delivezy
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Lace Tech last' Friday
05inctng 20-O
teasung Tower YMCA; 6355
, tite weak of Sept. 29. Classes
are being offered In sporta and
physical educatien thee arte
special Interest and hobby.
limited number of openings are
. available in the f011Owlcg
conrees. (A large number of
these claßsea are also offered
to non-member area reeidents.
RCA dealer today while selections are at their greatest.
Dkob/MOdfflVL7W
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A 000tereporary beauty, this RCA
. Men'n
with a break away from his
Total Sound Stereo isagreotervaluo
thon Roer. 6-speaker sound system.
pta5 FM-AM-FM Stereo rOdio. At a
sensational clearance oale,price;.
regular routine. Aupectal Situ,
week golf course. will be offereti (morning ,gnd evening
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pr'cIai . Interest, Fing Arts
e,HoIy-d1O95RS fer' adslts
.(ig, eeasngup
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6-speoke tscundoys tern, plus M.
AM-FM Stereo radro deliyers the
sound you weuld ¿cpect fìcretmh
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more eopeneiue lestretneetS. Priced
tor the otticiot RCA Stereo clearance
and the 00Pta bad drawn
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October cajendafor Riemen-
.tarySchgOLdtr5stM:
A six-week courue Fnmily
abbe diving gather and son, er
mother nd daughter) is aSco
scheduléd for itali.
Sag, Oct. 4 - CARNIVAL CA-
PER Il. Emerson Junior 15gb
¡Ra. 2-7 p.m. (chick fl.dlflfler.
4_7 p.m.); Carnival, Jefferson
scheol, l.3O a.ma-4 P.U..
Monday, Oct. 6 - PAREN
Information regarding classas. ochédules, fees and regia-
- tn-aMen procedUre may lie elereined by cafling 647-8222, ext.
iu.requkd.
Fshn
joècpb'D. Dindon, director of
adneinsionu at Illinois college,
has announced another record
enrollment of new fresbi000and
grainier students Is expected
dde moñth at the small, prim
vate libesa1 arts collège which
Is beginning its 141st year.
Same Day ServÏce
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7658 N. Miwaukèè Aye. ...Nues
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Open 9 A.M. To 8 P.M. Monday, Tuesdoy,Thufsdoy &. Friday
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_9 AM: To6 P.M. Wednesday &'Saturdoy
Expected to be among the
freshmen from lids arex is
Diane Wiieckl, daughter of Mr.
and lOre. EdwardWlteC1d.N5.
ShopLoc'". àJIy.
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#64 Caendar
issyiasfccEuotul'. end
during dáytin1e lasseSa Remémbor cla0805 begintheweek
Sept. 29,Aduanca registration
first
second bald 05 theIr own 27,
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Eloetric dryers are priced up to $40 less than comparable gasmodels. And, a 4OsavingS can represerít about
three years of drying expense free,for an average fam,
uy of four.
NIGHT (Grado 7) Uncain JWaloe High ocbnôl,7:SOÑO$ MOÌ
556, az
. Many modula and flnlehoa to ch000e from
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one o,,
- Lane Teds received th6 anooiid hold kick.oU, but could go
nowhere. 'fleo Dona took over
for their initiai cedes . of the
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rop .bY the LeWIB.
Tower YMCA und pick upu
Skill School brochure. ' Babeaitting services are avatlablO
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oi be conthsued,
. The SkylotIModeI Vj34
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.ht uthandidg swim and gym
program for children four
yeaS, boo
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WItbND on their°° timo
diving, water gamee, Ufç saving
'and pzegreoeiyo awirn.Instruc-
aesoertoasoundbtTodrearTho
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in' Idtir playn.rfltu
trampollnP, 'gi5e. tcimnasticu,
tennis,
ymnaOt1CS, arcloery,
body building' soye,) and weight
training fer youth oys). Aleo
offered, girlo water balint,fency
The RitiRate fl Syleig asO featoros,
this reagnificent RCA Total Seand
Stereo contereperari) towboyte the
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Pick-Up' and .DeIÍver
8014W. W, aukegan 'Rd. NiIes lI.
negated by a penalty, nd 'ND
fumbled on tite following play.
Pinaily, an theame'n last play
linebacker Ed Pleines picked
off apeos at the Laite 30 and
leg the Indiana back ta ihn 16
ccl odoçation classas (iüwceks)
inc1ode, judo, karpto, Anìpricoc
aelf - pro, tectiotR t)tmblieg,
Tl,e A,thTt!MOdeI VIT42W
W&nat
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¡sait exchange and two 15 yard
pena.!tteS lOÇ in inn fOt 4U1ster 'flt Don' legexde rose to
the occasion at'this t!n foro-
,..acxmba4çs, ballet iotyh'Too4erc
$95
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yard thin afran.advantageoan
,thdatowgpbpbuk ajpyilas,
Stereo redioUA s(ept RCA Steeeo
ND to the 5. On third and goal
to go, Jim RotunsOhit Malter
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ProfesiOnF Dry ea&
The remainder of tb.e first
LucoL ,eutb, will fired a lively
acon5Ipg..pregram of
ClaOOe5.,tu cb000e,frqm. Tenweek,cujtroes;. Te5npge.4gm,
SOUnd. yteth plUs FM-tM-FM
AND :!TSERVI
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to give up, the ball an, downs
Loue Tech though, found thonsselves onulte Notre Desse eight
and
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darte, social dance: áo phctc..
grephy. SkeeT terni courses for
adulta includo a special ochosInvesting," five weeks.
RCA Totel Sound Stereo ir en RU.
hARto EaAy AJioRn conRole. AIways favorite Includes 6-speaker
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goal line, Halfback John Sham'.
and 'Principleso Successful
MpIo
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Morion tirove
that carried ND to tha Indian
week "diocotheptso" dance claco
TSe AUIobooFModoI VLT28L
8530 Waukegan Rd.'
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back Gar3 Fotompa ona play
gtI)taP. beginners
bridge, hypaeulo, dpg obedience,
square ' dugce, '. moktero jozz
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Two rashes byl(enMahernetted
a total of 4 yards and brought
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.Tbe final pointq of tite evening were scored atthls ihne.'
this then on apane tq half-
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are now setting theIr nights
at this time, Notre Dama had
, their 2CC schedule. which
'begins at Immaculate Concep-
Midway hrcugh thefeorthqttat'
ter, ND pest together o 60 yard
drive starting et their Own 40.
The march 'waS triggered by a
22,yard ncramble by Rouasse,
o 16 yard pass from Rstunsu
te Malter, and a 21 yard scam-
necead before it entered the
Don signal caller again racked
up a first down through usó air,
pçpoty.ànd
Although scoring terminated
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nine, sealing the ball a split
a liest dawn at the Lane 35.
Three plays later on a key'
fourth and thrwiott,mdon, ihn
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Son at Z p.m
able Interception oit the Indias
came when Lane'y cnstde 'kick
aUemEO failed end gave them
peSSeoSiOa nene niidfleid, Jim
Rotation combined with aplitend
tra cranshaw te give the Dens
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COME IKFOk
ward wall hold Tech to,49yaed5
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rushing
a 2 . and O xbibitiOa
'season behind them, the Duns
tien in ElmhUrot this Saturday
intended receiver's bands.
1tneSa (noon and eve..
IhcluclinÒ-SUndaY
by the Dons. Tise offemtetve. Une
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-.. Justo' W'55ed no time,
getting ontbe scoreboard Priday sight. They tallied tIte ffrot
time they had tite ball, which
nlng) prpvide tite businessman
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when big Mike Ehiefuon -defiected a Lane pees at the
yard lice, and Asesten caught
it in the end zone. The next
time Lane had the ball, safety
Bill Devoney mode a remark-.
one touchdOwn end act upanOtb
trltnnastics and volleyball. The
pepular..' Lose. Weight" pro..
gram' will. be continued with
nio,rning and evening classes.
Open Dady
The . 2f-O altatout
tallied fer 'the defensive eleven
tisa, scuba diving, Women'S
some, decorator-styted Solid State coñsoles. All are the soundest values of the year. See your participating
versiois ' when Rotunsu tanged
across the goal line eno qasro
terback keeper.
SucceSSive ueries.Steve Anenen
make aflrOtdOwflusdlthef0
quarter, and took advantage of
the fine Sticking gamete ucore
UcatlOn claRees (10-week term)
LASSC .90W!.
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backs, the, defenSive foso.
pass os the Indian 9 In three
did sot allow the Indiane to
, will Include: progressive swim
inotrttctioc, judo,karate yoga,
fencing, Almerican seif-protec..
unmolested touchdown Ñn from
domo.
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sot the stage for Potempa's -resait
Por 'the next 10 mInutes, ND
pot on tremendous defesoive
pressare. They forced Laso to
psmt from their own 21, scored
a touchdown, and intercepted a
goal
Adult Sprt and Physical Ed..
find by u motion penalty, ,rithtch
yard barst through ibethme by
Ken MaSter brought the Dona
penalties forced thm to pest.
the tyPe of -nabo to dIsh out.
acdeoerVleg praise to hin players, t101med_M0' team played
"a tremniedous bell game. with
a oaperb defeusé and an excollent kicking game." Pot Cal-.
lereO'fine punting inthe eeconti
half and 05 eIl'oUt efforthy the
kick coverage uttitu kept Lane
within the shadoW of gitetrown
School" cisoses are due to begSt
Hownver,' this play was culli-
ned NB toche Lane 43, A'S'
to the 38, but successivo S yard
Hoed coach yran Wille; nut
w. Toultr ave., Pall "Skill
Buy now and saveon a great variety of RCA Stereo models. Included are Sporlabout portables and hand-
'drúbbitug
20-O....
In the. end -zone ter tite ncore,...rub 20 yards before being hauled
and rana of 7,.iO and 27 yards
by bruising Gary Potempa car-
Notre Da)ne'e0bb5U Dons
certoiif1Y do$erVetO be recited
CCag0b9)d'0 forO'
as one of cIubu'feiloWg
their
mast bell
25, 1969
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Meet1ng DISTRiCT 64 SCHOOl.
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Friday, Oct. 17 -. :paenfTeacher Conference Day
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FrA Generai Meeting: Guest
speakers Dr, Franklin Pitch,
Dtrect,r nf Profeeole"sI sere
vices, IIUuÒIì .SprloI Hygleco
League, Madihoi'iochOOS, S p.m.
Monday, Oct. 27 - BOARDOP
EDUCATION Meeting, :CarPes-
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the sun . . yvb .radiantheat Yqur.'wash.wiflaI.waYS
ornìght,in äny,
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Bake Salo, Oakton l'FA, 10a.m.
school, 8 p.m.
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wkfie day
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with awet basket of clothes are good reasons to put.
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Ing will Includo feubions by
MaurIce L. Rothscteld, a reif le
and many door prizes.
the poncions of son-professional
employees. Board ftms are not
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IdE ou FrMy Sept.. 26 at the
Fall ?asbtQn Sbowot.Ào.tìa Bella
Banquèt ballo. 1610 N. l3arlom.
of Educations contribution for
Tickets aro 6 por poruon
and aro available from Mrs.
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speak. Friday evening, Sept. 28
Ot the Warren Township High
school. 500 Ö'Ploine rd,,Gur-
Expert E ficient 'Stylints To Serve You
'Hair Coloring'
We SpecaIize
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winter. wardfohe. the. St. jobo
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cently gfven to the dlsudcte
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lout year. The . Bond' and Interost Fund büdget from which
outstanding hondo aM 11tere9t
are paid. Is $i,840,747.iO .
for 1969.70. Tho illinois Muni.
cipal RetIrement Fond portion .
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fpr the l9697O otltdai year.Dr.
ColvIn K. Class will serve an
curriculum advlsor,Dr. Helmer
R. Mylclebuut will serie au
Special Education Advisor. Dr.
Morris L. Holmowitz willserve
as Social Psychologist. Dr.Joho
johanoen will ousist the rojoct
botin in the arcas of evajuatlos
and administration.
4Iy !!!Vg!daIre fer mxImwm d..pendebSIftv
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which custodial sOieries and
building maintonooce are fi.
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Dtet, 207 ebout $1,143,527 for
the 1969.7O echos! year, vom.
pared with $520,053 received
lent . year. However, tide
additional $62O,OOd notoffSOt aveoVhe Inpreaned stiffing
The Nibs Township Dopenmont of Special Education rocently named four consultants
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.. is earmarked for the Educetionol Food,fromwblchiestrucfanal salirles aro paid.
Febtics perfeotlyl
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the M4the hlgb.scboòln. Bn
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tbo . .gortfor Dst. 2O7:wW sull dV
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average $1,000 psy raise r&d; pondbeavily on focul. proport
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assist in the directing of
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renovation as domunded by the
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during the proceso of the pro-
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of $150,000 will pay fer Life
Safety Codo remodeling and
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Mr. Markworth atoted that ho
t expect the newlyadopted
budget to increase the tax levy.
anticipate aV sughtdecceaso
oriw ene Cent," seid Mr.
Markworth.
don tucquen to be nmed
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Health anUSafety Fund budget
dents. meno standards WWV 70 budget showa an Inco0050 of
nerve as o basin for ovalen. approximately $523,619 over
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for handicapped children, mo
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responsIble for the formulation
of program standards and opecifications by the various cote.
genen of specie! education sto-
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two funde: the Special Educe.
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serve an tho basin for financing
the 1970-71 school year.
bers of the Nibs . Township
schools. The feculty will be
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rived front. the 1969 tax levy
project involvee the 130
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special education facultymelT'-
The project is funded by the
Elementary Secondary Educe.
tino Act in the amount of $72g
This figure represents 9%
of the total E.S.E.A. allocation
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construction Costs. 00 facIlities
flow bSing built at Moine East
Konuedy ExIeusway and who
wore not included in the new
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during the 196P.70 school year.
MIKS FLORAL SHOP
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Schools, the budget contains 8
separate taxSupportedfWld5and
is the basis for the ests-blinhe
ment si the 1969 tax levy. Dr.
Short stated that the fundo de.
school year.
planning ali evaluation system
who Uve south
tien SUUdIDgFWIdaIIdtIO Health
to the Stste nf minois. Only
eight This lii projects were
'funded in the stato for thin
of Sa1 Educetion ifi the ro.
ciplent of a federal grant for
Corsages
Cut Flowers
Plants
Floral Designs HouseVV
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Hiles Township neparmient
C0110503 thiS
of the
SttOfldlfl5 jUfl1O
living.
continuing rise In the Cost
A go tsiuiw
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coUo505 this stii2unèr, and for
which the dlstrictwas obligated.
lt will also pay for tuition pay.
1005TO for, P1St. 207 residents
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residents of Morton Grove for
four year.
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David E. Kasper, 7150 Foster,
lite baby
Morton Grove.
weighed S Ib., 8-3/4 oz.
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dents who attended iuibltc junior
comml'eo. in OtutuBOtiflS 00
the I Igot WUOIWU1Sfl1I COlte.
mended Harold MarICWÒrth. the
dletricts bUSinO maflaSor.for
a fino achievoiflOnt IO holdIn5
down expenditureS in viovoitho
Planning Grant For Nues
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pliai, Sept. 5. to Mr. and Mro
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as comptroller of a large este.
motive finn.
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will paylor "charge back" tui.
tien paymeetsforDlst.2D7rexi.
51(150 boardmem}'
end chairThun of the imanto
'°
coined to Howe. Beriibe &
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creaae over last yearn expon.
SCCOZdlflg te Wiliest p.Wuobr-
Jonn following eight years
year Itheralarte institution.
StUdY
11e $17i6291O.1O bnd5et
G thO ¡E000Ç increase over the dIStrICtS re.
VISOd . budget for fiscal 1969
which totaled $16,639,291.95.
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111.0 Elmhurst collego Is o four
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The amount budgeted for ihn
Juilior COI1OC md thin year
le BOPOO. a .c000iderabie de.
hold Sept.
neboduied moethi
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a nativo of Chic o ttCndgd
j.jvly of illinois and
Ipaui university
Located west of Odcago in
the urban setting nf Eimhuret,
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nation and the New York In- .
aliOlis of Finance Mr Smi h
Mr. & Mes. Dominick LOVOrdO.
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Was adopted by tho ßoard of
Education at Ito reu1ûriï
od with the
mai tr I I
which iCludOd coursesat
invasunt Baakãs Asso.
LoVordo, a graduato of Notre
Daino High school Is the noti of
Sions..
207 budget for fISCnI 1970
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smiti corn Ittd s foa'.
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used for profosolonal ètoff
Mth TOWJIOIIP H1h School
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creatlonul and Social activities.
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lecturers for diecüssions;
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participated in a variety of re-
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strike out 18 of the next 21
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Mueller was one pitch away
12 to 5.
Shades of 1967, when psnst of
these same AllStars, thén Lit-
from a ne-hitter when Paul
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the P.R. left fielder
bluoped a check owing singlé
tie Leeguere, comprised an out-
starnting -All-Star record.of 22
Osvis,
into rIght. field fur their only
RotolIno (2 for 3), MIke Mc-.
Donnell(2 for 4),Barry Much-
(2 for 5), Joe Stroke 2for 3),
fIne clutch hitting for the Nues
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wins and 2 losses while also
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tournaments.
Maybe we have nome futura
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NlLES 3. ÈLMHtJRST 2 (8 In-
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Eimhurat pltcherwith it strUtsouts Out of a possible 21. Fine
clutch Mttlsig by . Dan McDØS'.
nell gàvcd the gama (nr 5h.
Nilcaiten and net up an oxU
sacrifice fly by Pat Swanson
scoring Ron Schaffel for the 3
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Barry. Muollor for HIlas -and
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6 ft 2 In. John FubelngdisEIm11Ur. Both pitchers
played qut8tdi"S fast balia,
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against Elmhurst who sorvivad
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in the-double elimlnatlòfl tour..
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Nibs, Oft theIr 12th conaucutiJn.uunamant win and
game matched Nilan.50dafeated
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Jubo Rotunos and Mike and Dan
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allowing i run on 3 hits. Gary
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the hlttlùg of Mike Callers
. (2 fO( 8). Dan- Zelisko, John
NILES 7, PARK RIIXIE 2
BU6ssé, Kur Scotellaro, Joe
(ChampionShip Geme).
Ntles met Park Ridge In. a Stioka, Russ Añderaon (Homo
run) . and John Rolunno. Ron
PltÇbera' dual with BarryMuol-.
let pitching lar Hilen end Jar.. . Scheuci hol,d the Deerfieldstars
ry. Jones pltchthg for Park .oø with a fine pitching perfnrmanc9 strIking out 9 Deerfleld
Ridge. ManlIer took over is the
batters -to come out on top
first Inning and prnceednd to
Das McDonnell (3 for 3), John
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J%iUlOe Cablero got the save In
relief nf p.ut. Swanson who got
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home rua, his 4th 10 All-Star
ls the semi-fInSI game of
the tournament Hiles nut hit
Bellwond fur the win. Led by
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John RotusinO. Mike . Callers,
team by allowlog them 4 russ
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Runs Anderson. earning his
Balata sparkled -on defense.
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loped another home run and
Barry Mueller (3 jur 5), John
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Playing hefora a huma town
crowd for the firE time, the
Hilen team gava theIr fans
somethIng tO cheer about by
crushing thoWooddale All-Stars
l91.. Ron Schaffel pitched a
sparkling no-hitter striking nut
named M.V.P, In the Sellwood
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Barry Mueller was voted the
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In fn,r . games Mueller. batted
at '. .600 clip. 9 . for 15 Incl'4ing i rWIO batted In and
c..hnstw run. H1 mort lye-
Pony League AlI.Stars
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Mueller Qathoy), -Nube Callare. MIddle raw: i. to r. Mike Mc.
Dónneil. Dan Zalleko. Ion Stceka,.John Buesae, KeY Scotallero.
Top cowl I. to r, Hank Mueller (coach), Gary Baluta, P9 Swan.
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IGInolo usivarutty eid the groom attendodNorthwestern univoraity.
GREAT VARIETY
OF MERCHANDISE
AMERICANNATIONAL ft& co.
Charles Çustin, Agent
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of course there isn t any secret about the ease of shopping locally
AIost everyone in the community knows that our stores ore 1Ut min
that stores are never crowded and there are
utes from everywhere
plenty of clerks, so you always receive fast serviçethot our shops carry
a wide variety of top quality merchandisetomakelteasyforyoUtOfAnd
and that prices are always as low or lower than
what you want to buy
anywhere else If you know of aityone who hasn t heard of these advan
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city, muoio, dato procceaing,
homemaking, langueyas, mull,omatics, Eiiglish,bueiamaa,mo.
chuelcul uhilis, end a warmly of
oubjectii of cultorol nd ocientific Interest.
Requests for brocburea 005
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riohn R. Oldoy, 8724 N. Wianer
FHm Sóriós For
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held at, Cothag9 CallOSo. Ko.
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NOus'. mo baby weIghed 7 lb.,
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at.. NUco, was one of oigbt
WItiteWalor stato univeroitywo.
men's pIiyOLÇal education masoro who ottoodedthoWtnc000ln
State Recreation conference
noobo, Sept. 20.
"Grande Illusion" opens tha
1969-70 serles of "Film; tim
Judith Anno Ford, Miso E.'
ntorican 1968 und anoutetoittlig
Mino Olday, who in a secOnd
Twenty-one property saies in
in the' auditoriufli of Nol*eDamo
water, io vice-preoidont of tito
Wnman'a Recreation Moedation. WRA advloor Moi-lita
ei tenti-a Dimo Hiel. school
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POODLES - From $79.95
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965-6166
of
soases.
David E. Kramer to Wowo E.
Psychedelics
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7101 Palmo Io., Morton Grove,
Lacquer
Hendbags
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Glassware - Enameiware
967 8000
the octenco of ears nose,
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kidneys - NEUROLOGY...
nervous system and ita di-
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WILES SAVINGS
many do you know
ORTHOPEDIcS...bero
gol-y GERIATRI...Mcd.
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RIGGIO'S RESTAURANT
6984346
7530 Oiikton St
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thefineerta.øPeris. abectein
LoUa N, Peterson; 6600 Palma
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roo Ot. Hilos, Clarence W.
Xujak. Sr. to Denoto D Sas.
R1d50; kleine Went, Wolf and
Oalcton, Des Plomeo; Melee
01m 'aiÁrdn Umd Cbo60.
Tie trassiere oro:
5789
Emmesso; Morton
Grove, -Donald F Reimer. te.
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sao;
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and tha rest of the township.
N,Ottawa, AnthonySpina
eorSoi Shoioborg; 8330 W,Mon-
RI
Lief, Denpstor f. ltter, Phi-k
Clark, 586; Parlen, 588; MusO.
ti-anzi. 584; Petiok, 570; Di-e.
hobi. 568; Townsend, 566; Stet-
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7235 Palma be., Po'anc Gerwag
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300 cauraeo urooficredatMalite
:; WWiiÌr1lBWfl' ot
There. wàre Ihres uaio
Waiwr.,tq Ronald SIQIMI 8919
N t©ò ovo., Ronald T. Dove
moü.,io.H. H, Robbli's. Inc.;
VItiA
Sept. 29;
Theoday, SeIS. 30; and Wed.
iieoday, Oct. I. Approolmately
HONOR ROLL: Meeotranzl. 603;
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7928 W, . Ci-rob. AOtUr 8.
to Bernard E. Auorbach; 9508
Nbednder ave JulIus :i. GiJ..
LUMBER
Clark, 234;
Kamm. 225; Meostransi. 224.
PiN BI.BTERS:
Monday,
L. Ryboki to Josef Wawryk.
lateot monthly Nileo towshlp
real enlate wano!orreportfrom
Cunty Recordar Sidney R, 01-
MOÜTOI GROVE
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SopS. 25;
gymnast, wall one oftho fdhtoted opeekoro lt the confeB.
cace.
Skokia led in volume in lite
Plaises. Bernie Brown to Loo-
Ile A. Sliver; .. .9$52. Cbancy
F.
?boId5o Emit
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Amtci,toRoserbo DeMarco;
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R3gisftoiìotw Still Q..n
LivelisOt Art" co-opononrod by
tho Moire Idult Evening school
Michael Stricker to Milan
Krupa; 8027 Luke at.. Edsard
Barberry be.,
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Art deportment chaira.op ro.
' amoked,.Wbon you 60au1dr
' 111$ this award waaearnd io
competition with St of the top
high echool artists iii Illinois,
it becomeø an fmgobsoiv, e.
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8126 N. Ozaoam avow Nile;
. E. Welnhauor toCtoueG.G000z
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rho transtórO ire: .
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$5 .c
high sci-ei art'aDjdentß teIlle '
theft. Greg, a Malao Teitsahip'
High . nckoel East art .atudeot,
Kamm, 535; Lee, 551; Pleroki,
W. Griffeth to Patrick j. Mc
Anthony F, Bpc! fur $29.500,
It waoanñbunhad Io the latent
. rest ofthe lsnoMp
7800 Milwaukee Ave.
Each automat the taiiveroity '
szatkowaki, 549; ThIob000, 542;
8728 W. Stalling rd., Molten
Rand rd.. Do Plomeo, fioth
6,
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apenases 'tho *erkthiapo fer cop
coso. 5581 savlano, 555; M.
7sfeiReport
Forest Hespitat . jOCnBr.
chaaed the pr*ny uk lilO
TEAM
s
Coren Darlene Earplak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /dbort J.
Karplak, 7421 W, Lawber, NUes, became the brida Juno 21 In
Park Ridge Community church of Thomas Rogers Dower. non
of Mr. and Me. David J. Dewar, Park Ridga. Mombora of the
'NEAR-BY SHOPS
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proud et himP she cold.
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was senOored by the toilas '
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th't.Gregwaa thefirat to win.
this award. "We're. costilely.
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K.C. Bowling
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OUbtalidie$' art etodebit et tlr
Bannent work shop held at Ab.
Join us.
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mop .,n..
boss ,WIßf
NUusw8iaaon Jby 166 lIaivezeitv of Jumble staffas
on Oct. 8, 1969 at 8 p.m. in
tho south gym. The pi-ilEipal,
Jantes Soasen wlllinuwdaceliia
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Hour& Mon. thru Fri. 12-9 Sat. 10-6
wi-n they fill your pros..
crijOloc. t in done with
exacting core and wo aro
'Very faso' about the reSeim. You will 11ko usi
Wo are at 7503 MIlwaukee
Avo...00livery?...you bet._
just cali 647-8337.
Plenty of parkIng.jfollmark Stationery .Hallmark ParsySupplIes...Love
Cosmetics Ov SKF)...ShuiTHIS wEEK'S IIELPFLL
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u you cook your dried
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Sept. 29 Fr
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13th Dist.
Candidates
OQ.B
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North Shore Forum 00 ene
Chicago Coonell os Foreign Relatlosu Is sponsoring a forum
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25. 1969
°EiBug1"p
TOPS Open House
Milos TOPS (Fake 06f Periods
Sensibly) will hold opon house
.
Kr0CIsU. 967..7362
notre 1(1050. 983.6882.
Monday, Sept. 29 at the Nibs
Recreation center. Refreohmento will be served at. thin
Moaaic f. CeramlcTIlé ConIPh
are Interested In a oenalbie
&peINI1à
meeting. Lsdleo in the areawho
weight reduction plan mtgbtflnd
triti meeting Inoiliring. For ad-
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.5iclJ1zIn9 In Pamsi&lisq
151_ f.fjlwaukee Ave.,
ditional information call Ruth
on foreign policy 100000 for
cnndldatea In the 13th Con-
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gr000losat District, In the North
Shore sobarbo. All nine cusdidateu fortho Reyorbllcannoml
nation have bees Invited to sttend.
The forum will be held Mon-
¡a
day, Sept. 29 at Avoca Juslir
High school, 2921 IllinoIs rd.,
Witm000e at 7:30 p.me
goes
Each candidato will speak for
five minutes and Oberi submit
to questioning from the sudi.
ence, Each candidato is being
asked to dovete port of his
.spoech to asswero to these spo-
VA Fhe Pgir'
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The EteLflI: City of Romo. prov1de the perfect background'
for Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinale who star us. lovers on
opposite didéè of the law In *ho . romantic myotery "A Fino
Fair." Storfs Friday at thu Golf Mili theatre. .
continued from
Morton Grove pg. I
HeidS JC Ceúter
oervcd an Irràm director of
oervi008 now being oñered to
and thun -3 aaslstantdlrectorof
enrollad in the centec°o extenaten program. The juno center
over 1.000 tamUles currently
the JCC of Greeter Minneapolis
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the San Diego 3CC. In April
1965 hojolùedthe otaff óf dm
will. be able to 8erveapprox-
imatoly 2OOO familien 1 the
ciglio north and northwest nubuí,bs of Skokio, Morton Grove.
United jewioh Community cam-
tors of San Frâncisco. Here. ho
becamo ib- first d1retor of the
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now Brotherhóod Way Centers a
Niles Den PIuinon Evaunton
Chicago in September 1967 as
coordinotor of the jCCataff Innervino athlng program and
advinor to the Chicago jeedsh
Glonviow. Lincolewood and WIl-
mette.
$emifinallsts'
Youth Council.
coniinued from
Morton Grove pg. 1
.
,
Ha lu co-uuthor of a booklet ¡mblwhed by the National
jowIob Welfare board, an well
as of numerous articles. He
,
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the hgheot scemo In the noam
°° the qualifying toot given lust
February by the Medt Program
to some
WOO vice-presideilt of the Wen-
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17,250 schools throughout the
country In a notlonwide search
foi' hlghlyable students.
tern State chapter. Natl000l As.
000ladon of Jewish Center
.
Workers In 1965-67 and boo
sorvwd on the field instructloo
faculty of the gradu000 schools
,
4O.00O otedenW in
Malus
liinmJoy
frOm
Bomba, 2142
EUSt are:
f. . of social work at San Fran-
Cedar cl.,
cisco State college. the Uni-
Cocol
GlenvIew
Baum, 7528 Emerson, Morton
Grovrt Michael rnaszak, 2011
Manor lo.. Park R1dge Vim.
varsity of Chicago and George
WlUiamn college.
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g!nlacuonlngham, 1028 Vernon.
Park Ridge; RobectHykoo,7502
Davis, . Morton Grove; David
M. Jensen, 1601 Hoftmon,Park
Ridge:
When completed lt wiU great-
.
IF enhance the facilities and
MR1G
Nell Luccheso óass ciny,
Des Plaines; Karen L. Miller,
1395 Parkoido, POrk Ridge; Su.
zanne M, Peon, 446 Elio, Glenview; Kenneth Pierce. 503 OriachlU rd., Glonvlew Earl Rich-
Big DOuble Feature
DADDY'S GONE
A-HUNTING"
ardo, 1717 Elliott, Park Ridge;
Laurel Schwartz, 8622 N. O. cork, NUes; Jeffrey Sicinner,
9248 Maple 1g.. Den
Also
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Plaines;
Mark R, Wall, 2549 PIck dr..
Glenview; and Michael Watt,
"STILETTO"
Checkii9 ,Listngs
Distribute Calendars
Pl&urntîare Lt. W, Oboe of the Nuco Btiroou
tIro prevention
calendars ware recently di-oribitted to NOes businesses os a
public erVlce. the'Nllos Eire
Department reported.
Over
150
Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Maine High schools In nh.wlng
oteady progress." 'lido was the
comment . modo by Roy O.
Makela, NUes board member
and chairman of the building
committee, to the Boordof Edu-
cadoü at a meeting held Sept.
15 ut Maine Baut High school.
Makels told the board Phase
I of Maine East construction Is
96% complete and Pitase II Is
32% complete.
Picoso I Includes a sew cafe.
teri. gIcIS gyIn. indusorial
education classrooms. new
bookstore. and renovated stodent and faculty dining room.
The sow swimming pool will
be ready for use about Nov. 1,
Pbano Ii Includes anew leatning
resource centorasdanothernew
scOlies of the building whichin-
dudes basement atoraKe. an
area for apontaI educados, an
addition to art classrooms and
a toleviolon and radio studio.
110e approved:
Chariton Hestofl:
s MAIIESLIWPV"
Faov
5kw
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Also
ACADEMY AWI.RD WINNER
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George Kennedy
In
"GUNS OF THE
MAGNIFICENT
SEVEN'
- $5,620.65 to be added to the
conoract for additional tIle,
rubber base andnlabpnepara.
fions for the learning cesource center at Maine East.
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NUMBER ONE.
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STARTSFRI.ISEPT. 26
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AFlitePair
l;305;00-S:3Ot'-_
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1. What la your postlon on the
Vietnam war?
quarters. 8360 Demetor at..
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. 2. Whut ohould be the policy
of the United Satan toward tho
Soviet Union In the next few
years?
A girl, Julie Ano, woO born
In Lutheran General hospital,
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Sept. 3. to Mr. smf Mrs. saul
Frask Knaub, 168 W. Dalles,
or by colllng.827-2124, .
Don Plaines.. The baby weighed
7 Ob., 12-1/2
- $80aTh0l2 ID venions bids on
equipment
and
service
- $667.70 to he eddod to the
contract to furnIsh andinstall
resilient t1l flooringinRoom
112 (electrIc shop) at Maine
East.
awarded on the baola pf tho
.
laweot contpotltiye bld,
. - 15,433.i3 fur the pdrcbase
and Inotallnlion of tilevlalon
.
- $700110 to remove and ru.
equilonent Ot Maine West.
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place a concrete walkbotween
the faculty dining room and
.
fleidhouse at Maine East.
9.865.90 for 33 microscipea
to be used In tho science
laboratoriea at Maine East
The Board also approed a
and Maine Uu& \J
.
In order to acquire adequate
accesa from. Central cd, tothe
Maine North aim the Board of
Education approved areailutiin
of Intent for the exchange of
proposed three-year plan to Install 45 emergency Itghlo at
Maine South - 15 to he pon.
chased Immediately and the
other 30 to be pirchaned within
a two year period. The Board
also authorized the IOIrÓhaOIn
office tO'prcceed with conflaew
In the amount of $3.100 todevolop a ,sw parking lotatMalne
South for fa0000nel wb will
work at the district's new administratIon center0 located on
.
several parcelo 0f land with the
Ridgoweod Cemetery Company.
In mettono conceroilig pona0500l the Board of Education
accepted four Macher resigno.
tians and approved seven
teacher appoinlinents. The
pnef Nilex
the.
jéinthoir first .àance spossored, by 20.
"Hilos Tenu Board." Dance was held,0tk4!lCa çouego.00 Aug.
!REE
Board also-approved d.eldr"
the Maine South campos.
of five non-certllledemploynes.
four of whom Will replace poreons who have reaigned.
Based upon tito recommends..
tien of ER. Gritsckko and At-
000iotes, lec, consultIng beat..
flte Boatd panned o cosijolog engineers, thelloardof Edo.
lion which authorizes the IscatIon accepted the low bld of. allanen Of tuition poymenta as
Murthy-Mh1eo
INvisten
of .provided
by 11Ilnois atatom
American Oil Company,st.0637
for reaidnntawho bevo filedno..
delMered price
gallohwhich . tices .of Intefli in accord.with
Is .0133 per. galleo below the the provisloun ni thè atanne on
cblcggo tank wagon price of
.
Junior collngeo. With thé for..
mallos of the new Mlles-Malee
Junior College only those resIdenIa of District #207 who live
south ni the expresswayareeli-
.0770 por gallon.
la otheraction the Board ap.
proved the oxpendliwe of:
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8535W.lugginsRoed
Tuesday. September 30, 7180 P.f.
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Make your reselvallön now. For information call:
DALECARNEGIE COURSES
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NILES. ltL O648
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PHONE 966-6100
Attenda free preview meetIng
Mlles Leaning Tower Y.&C.A..6300 W. Touhy Avenue
Monday0 September 29 630 P.M.
Northwestern Suburbs - Marriott Matar Batel
t' &adnesk Ian e:
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nfhainsnraiutiofll
. Be5tyOnrheltWith5OY8IiP
. Ohcauar nod deniopyorar
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. Cubñtixledò nioto effedivoly
. Bast ease i, snysituutitti
ACAPULCO?
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DAIS canereac
Nineotthe many wuystho
DalaGornoglo coursa Itaips pas:
-,. Davalopgfeiter pohaasd stil
mafidenon
Chlldrens Mat. Sat. S Sun.
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througb Oct. II. Fire Provenlion Week cemmomorotes thé
cific queotions:
Wel co nl e
If any bueInesswIhes to ojo.
tain a calendar, a few aie.otlU
available at .depirtnoent buid..
EthIc to fije these notices of
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Further .ietalls coticerning the luncheon program will be asnounced
by Robert WordoIChamberProoIdant.
Construction Progresses AtMaine
High
Schools
'ConsteucUon work at one
construction, remodeling and
renovation, the Board of Educo-
Held 04er
avo. and dIstributed by the deparintent.
The calondoru aredintributed
prior to Fire Prevention Week,
which this year Is beIng cele..
pocho of fire. In addition to Ike
In ecli-e related to school
Starts Friday. Sept. 26th
Country club, 6635N,Mljwaukee
.
brated nutlonally from Oct. 5
as a constant reminder of the
The coot of the calendare Is
paid for by .tho .Bunkei Hill
emergency number of oho Niles
Fire Department,
The calendars contaln.a dromatir Illustration which serves
9359 Ok000, Morton Grove.
I AWRENCW2P
of Fire PreventIon and Ron Foiedonao owner of
Booby's Drive-In.
Vinco Johnson, vice-president, Nilea Cbainber of Commerce,
checks namos of beni-asomen he poraosally costacted for listing
In forthcoming Chamber directory, te ha available Is near futurs.
Manager of L.yt0000. In. Golf Mill, Johnuon has served on the Nues
Chamber board of directors for e number of years, forinsrly
as program chairman. Next month's. program for the Chamber
will be a .talkby TV Weatkercaator Harry Volkmann on Oct. 14.
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auto occldenm hove been
recoed to date by Nues P
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woee. Token were 5a 21-thch
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Motorola Lo set.
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Itemo collecte end
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toey as weE os Moyor. Birne
felt this would Imply liobiliW
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chonneln ty hove already eu-
on the part of the vifloge
anyo were Injured while &
g os a village - desioted
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South will be used.
scouting pu-ogram at the beginng of the ngram year
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parochial
schools have volunteered their
focilitles Oar Lady of Ransom
following
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flyer U be given nil boyo 8
through lyeara of.afd1remin
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the boy ocoum in sthool
for ncoutiflt os Sept 30
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who hes the liability i ouch
scIool St Jobs B ebeofuchool
St
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attend 1h15 meeting und bavetlie
uppertuniy of entering the
MOine RIdge District organizution and extension chairman
John Bk-eon 7259creenleaf will
hove cob and scoot leadero at
e ch school who will explain ali
the fun d meri of scoutg
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host f r the VFW 4th dIstrict
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token on thlu mint.
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evergrn hedge wMch lu to he
maintained hy the owner. Anothor condifion wMch mmt be
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sought by the phlUi Seco
staon ople. lt wm decided
and along with EogO
gnot the oject
and Sullivan voted with
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Criminal damage to prOperty
wm rerted to llce by Law-
rhu
Mefl Ck.
tacg
nchools aOey on t
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cost. Mayor Bode advised conthe
Beusse In apovthg the $1 100
Wozniak
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thon later Corn
to do
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said
there ¿as n
Jock
allowOlC for the money In the
voted
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ower to a ruest of
contacted no
dono at the park it lo beer
budget
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for
consuctlOn (o porfien)
bethg
now
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the
Corn. Walt
work
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ave., A. Nnerg nuggentod
told of the need for
acon contenWng suce
noch
checking the rnomees....
conUnued from Niles
Bro, 8603 Oleander.
Theft from Mn towas rerted
b Eant Maine . i
with
uphola 7700 HIn cor was noyedalsO of
by Raond
Ing
o
imaltzed
pion whlchwouid
tht..Hold
ßro
rsonn took 2
no
Neya.
necensitote the village uctuolthe
Oleder
äddrenn,
reed
from the cwhile
h
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hoe and car hod. ly dentodng cemoin streem
lice
it wan parked In sphas to
been swayed wIth ho lnt.._ as be pot. The village a
vewoy.
pt. 2
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lIquor bUt might he the eec
Grue. Belonng to her no
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WS their joint oPinion thin new
CYC1 WOO rPOrtd to Police bY
kfr. Helen Freemnn 9069
Sep. i
pave
the ad&onal purchase of the
clhnUne on Howard ut. lt
That wm reponed at 7139 bUI-
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might
on the left 1e5
at 8310 HarIern...tolen motor-
1ice offtcern $60 was ten
au a
from the cash regln
the
rk bod meern felt thn
Pk.
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ojal nennment for a 6" water
main and tho vg of Carol
paving of the parkthg arca at
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for Sctal Educafton for an
3 to 2 vota
apoved the
nplit
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With the approval of neUg
liquor on park
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winter. caring for afleys, fluing in holco and crocito in
see d removing 1 d1
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Commin8ion
coider the cane.
by a dog we the youth w
The atmndant told
tO POIle.
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blding Uwough the
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yet.
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voidthe
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uendlng
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to the
decloio
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lower Co
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by o dog owned b3-ldn uncle....
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nouthet ni door and took an
deWad amot of money.
Topp. 87, of 9201 M
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pk
the Grean He1gh
fat the. 00W gylfl
footings
nhod be ured in the l
A lower court had onaliy meate days ahead wMle at
erland park no hids for
okayed the zong for induS
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mmlng
but a local cithen a cOmte,
oued
cunCy....BlY was r
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The RccreaCfl Center adUon on M11waee aVe Jt
received the neCeOSaY StC1
to conunue wk there. At
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collected 1 the crUSade
u1In
those
mo
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cine
rSOflS took $100 in
her home was r
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Uage
Vne=a
aprnh
Nues, wcb aleo h
the event
for the irchaSe
the park dthct doeo cot exer
adng macbe.
GaganO, 9036 WaoblnO
aUowed aecw.._
rfles.
cdMOnGrovewa
cy
the
completed th dme for the H
1owen activitieS there. I1i
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pd cod be the village
an oOn
Shop, f811 MiiWaOken. wan re.
made by
w
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door with
Ofl thC
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door d been tamred
Robert Rinal 3 of 7708 Mo
r was ken to IH after
the OoU MOr
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Morton Grove
In
commuty center iundin
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property commtssion&
ShodCOflide
ci
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acon wMcb mßy lead o the
uchase during the afloted
seU the
valued at a tote of$25O.
at Befla Via Beau
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7520 CaleU.
w
under-type lock on Ike service
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or h been fordo
reported at Faia-
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at N: :me
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madnium
e of yâur chlld'g
creative ahIIiIy..The Ieatmeeeoo
hOW
tO
p1ay
DÓn't telas eutr plan tojoli.
Register at the Park Office,
thé!
ave,,
ginning Oct.4, legietretlonDay..
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ii_ii
Çlasses
Get ycurdancing shoes ready
and oln the fun. Ballet deseen
will ha be1donWedneuayauteonoons er 3:45 for heglemeru (6
yearn of age and up) and 4:45
.
Park DiOteict Office. 7877 MII-
wijItee ave., beginning Oct. 4.
reglollallon day. For further
9m PerkO«tc8 bèginning Oét.
4, reejotration day. The fee for
the 10 week course In 910.00.
For further Informetlon call
9616638.
for advancedbeglneeru at the
ieforinatlOn cali 967-6633.
Ceramics Class
.
advanced clase will teach you
-o lO..ld 0000.oloOO 1,30 to9,30
oers the
p.m. A $6.0Q,
.
.
how to ImP1OVO your . bulldog
lnglnicdon
techi4que a6 we5i
for more adlancedWark.Re81e-
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use of eliulpment. and the Coot
... y.-......e._..y.oy.
Vom
_i= =;fe;;t;
ter for the cloua begiewing Oct.
4 (regIoadon day) at the park - the'letuctOr.
office, 7877 MllWaUkCO ave. For
further inormatlofl call 9676633. The fee for the clona will
.
o $3,00....
.
Arts, Crafts
This Fall the 1411es Fork Dio-
irtet will offer o tumbling pro-
.
gram foC youtho lntlilrdtbrough
eighth grade. Clasees will
Arta cud crFft for yuutb
1:1 first though eighth grade
wifi be offered on Soturdayu0
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on a letal level will help the
Lions club of Nilesset up glati-fl.
coma clielts, give eye tests and
buy Braille writers, tape recor-
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dogs and canes for the blind,
'Each candy roll exchànged,"
said club president llavero,
"will help the 'Lioss costinoe
a recordedeerVlce fer theblind
and Illinois Society for the Pro-
. and expaod their ,ervicen tp the
blind as well as 9O55 the
Lions club of Nilne continuing
venden C
The Uonu dol' efNi1e5me'
hers and .vsluoteern will man
ee corners on that date ex-
aid to the . blind and visually
handicapped leibe conimuelty.
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Year
Has
45th
Edison
Burine World War Il Wells
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served vith the 20th Bomber
aervicò anniversary with Conf- . Command in the South Pacific.
monwealth SWoon Company. He . . He. le a member. of Communstartedwith the meter depart- wealth ffdlesn .Paot et the
lidi..
Tap dancing instructions will
ment in . 1924 ea en electricol American Leglnn.asd9fthe
g
hl
eon
Camera
club.
he held at the Nibs Park Dis- repairman. later becante a
neryideman
and
trict Recreafion CeeteronMoo- meter netter,
dey or Friday afterlt000S at power matermafl end Is now a .1
.
3:45 for heginnere and 4:45 for diepatcher et district meter .
advanced beinnero. Classes Werk. .
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hmele. flytober 13 and end Dace.
eerl2. Reglatratlos fer this dicten I, 5:15 for Interesopopular. class begins October 4
ltThe1el..Hfln mvi at the Fark dlotet Il; Wednesday after500nS
4:45 advance
?;ì;î.;;OfflceJ77 Mttwaokee 3:45ferbèglesors.
beglnner.
5:15
intermediates
I.
register
ycur
ave. Be sure to
Thursdt
after500ne
3:45
fer
ritild thee. as classes are UntiM.ln.andO Groùn .3. 4:45 for
.
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Besides theschoOle,CamPaed
magaZines Candy Day proceeds
foi 9 week seosioñ Is $3.
The session wilt begin
October
17 and culmleatei4nv7877 M1lwat!ee OVO. The ho- eteber. 21, 1969
eses will
lginnera cloua %iU. cover the. he held at the N o
ados
fundamentalu of knitting. The (ynm: 7077 MiIwa
ore..
AflON WAGON
$600,000.
riaSses will be limited. Fee
you have had preylous
perlende.
Candy. Day helps support the
Iladley School for the Blind,
Wlneetka: Leader Doge fe the.
BlInd. . Rochester. Michigan; IlUnsis Camp Liens fer visually
handicapped children Diategue,
Classes hegtnoctoberl5and.end
December II. Be sure toregleter your cMld seginitulgucee
eher 4 (Registration Day) at the
py.fr Olotrint Office. 7877 MIIyàykye ove.. as the aine of
.
minating Dec. 16. All cleaien
will be held at 9ko Nilee Park
District Recreation Center,.
Day will' he çonducted Friday.
Oct. 10 by. the Lione club of
Nitos asetoanced club president
Todd Bavaro. 7139 Dreen.Niles.
4;45 for advanced beginners.
. express your hreatlyl6y?
opportunity to do ssIs at hand.
Fork
Thla:year thò 1411es
.
Once again, the Nilea ParkDioDistrict will conduct Knitting teict
will offer aceratnlcs.dlass
claosen On rUenday eventnga. f adelfa.
Under the leadenbe
held
A baginnora Clans wiU
ybin nf Mr0 r..unu Calee,.. well
from 7:30-8:30 p.nl. and an ad- .,o..d I, Oho urt. von wililearn
venced clas from 8:45-9:45 . the hectos of tMe shill. as well
p.m. Two J weelseenloflS will as more advanced techniques. if
ho hold with the first aelolon
oto.
changing the farnllinr candy
rolls fer contrIbutions to help
raine a StatewIde goal of
The traditional "Help the
Ltòns hett the BIind' Candy
îr7(yearsadUP)
.Are you looking for a way to
Oct. 14 and cui-
Set For Oct 10
Recfeation Center. and on
iuua gternoons at 3:15 for
.
An
beginning
bee.
7877 . Milwaukee
Oct. 13.efldF"9
frìm 9 a.ee, to il a.m. and
A fo11oWUPR"
1 p.m. untll .3 p.m. on
brige will be offeÑd be- from
Saturdays. Register at theNiles
ginning Je". 12.AbridgetOU1
cament will bl9bU1b the end of
the eecönd oesnldn. RegISter.at
Lions Candy Day
tUmbllnf show will be ike hlblieht 6f the oreorane In Serine.
for thé oleen. Kathy Aunas. is
majer,.and lévery
hI1engb1g game ndge.jotn: acallege art
akilled in thy creSta field.
'IB
classes wW be held OttheNlles
to 9:30 penI. for begtflfl
Center, 7877 MIIb
hold
at.
QRSBÇ
Will
btiC. ReClaUQfl Center, Recreatlen
waukee ove. The first ensoten
thß NUeS
begins Oct. 18 and ulndnates
1677 MilWQUkRV6m bC9IflfllUl
Dec. 13. Classes will be held
15.
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A fee of $3 per.9 week
saie6 will be charged. Children mesi he 6 years of oge and
must fas'nlah their own tap
shoes.
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he held ot the NUes Betreallon
Center. 7877 Milwaukee ave.,
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by the Miei ParkDi9rtct.Th18 hegitmiog Oct. 18. Three nlne-.
Cet ybur batons ready and join
week
oesslesswlllbecondudted.
g
- F911 thé iEojects ratotdar uil.
tic
fan. Baton classes will be
era
olees
will
he
held
Ah
newenl .creative.UuefUl Intima
held
en Monday aftern0008 3:45
en
Saturdays
at
1
p,m,
nd
ad..
will be made as Welles rçJeç13
fsi
begineers,
4:45 tsglntornlers at 2 pm. A ::
undertaken that will allow fog. velicad he
i4aj6rettes Group 2, 5:15 for
Majoreros Group I.
deseen begin October 11 and
end December 12. Be aura to
reglsde9 . your child begineing
October 4 (RegIstration day) at
Jemen Welle
the park.dtotrlCt office, 7877.
Milwaukee-ave.. co the-size of
.
classes will he Umited. Fee
wlf4 Catherine,Ieavabeenrieet--
riad 35 *ar.a. and have lived
.
in their Keeney street boise 15
for a nino week sesalen ta $3.
.
years. Their 4gugter Kath. ..
Chlld.wn muet furnish theirews
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WHERE PRICES ARE
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SINCE IDSS.
IuTAmlonnFMILIm$mcw9&Rcu*
flR!TOI9YRIUT1
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE
$s..ie ent.r with d9noIi
.. Lo.,g-t.n.
,ntoI
t.ing-oII ,oke
Dolly
and model,
R Romy o,d pon ehd oeoe,,oey
Tnmk depmimenl
.
SALES SE.
.
Come meet the Ford faiñlyfor 1970 : Open Sin4ays
.qulpiueot
Bodyondnt,hp
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WHITE AND CRONEN FORD
9401 MILWAUKEE AVE., NuES, ILL.
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PAR.
OERSEAS
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DELIVERY.
965.
6700
JUST WEST OF EDENS
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ACROSS FROM GOLF MILL SHOP!NG CENTER
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,.ThnBugle.Lflike5dIySeJI6mhm 2$. t9
Program At
, F.irest
CALL 966 - 3900-01-04
AUTO
HELP WANTED FEMALE
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HELP WANTED MALE
HELP WANTED FEMALE
SITUATIONS WANTED
HOME FURN. FOR SALE
MISC. FOR SALE
WANTED.TO,BUY
LOST a FOUND
PETS
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Going Back
to Work?
40 Hour Week
lin OcH-ton St
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that specialize in
MS
aose yowdays o,d locotlon. InteestHOUSEWW
pIecing
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people-like you. If you ever
Occ000iunol ohorthoadiayour bad any office aldUs we will
kelp 5ioo BRLNH-IJP. If you
Brand New, plush offices.
TOP SALARY
EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS
licitaI to O greet career.
we, will help you-get that
EX-.G.l.'S
ESTIMATOR
TRAINEES
. 'PAINTING-DECORATING
FOLKE WESTMAN
PAINTING a DECORATING
SINCE 1922-,'
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CLSH(S
8 o.rn. to 430p.m.SdoyaaWeek
Excellént Company Benefits
394.1000
Phena
CALL.AFTER 6 PM.
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GENERAL OFICE
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DEMFSTER & 51(010E BLVD.
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9500 Beimoat
Franklin Pork I,
SV10E M8N'S.
'CAREER CENTE,
$00E.NOTthWBtHtOIJ.
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HELP WANTED FEMALE
bave oeme-experience.
965.0316
PART :TIME',
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avoilable ineurDea Pleines
oftfceHoorly boaepoyplgo
LAWRENCEW000 MOBIL
-An
Experience unneceo6ary.
We will teeth.
experience required. Coin.
acientl005. reliable persona
:NOFEE
to work With Us In being of
oervice to ator c0000mero in
o rapidly growing book.
Any octuol experience er
theory qualifies. Call Asgie,
Schulz for moro infermodon ot 394..l000. Hallmark
Pero., 800 E. Northweot
Hwy. Mount Preopact.
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MR. CHACHULA 3924600
MRS. L'OLE Wed. 3924601
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PRODUT(ON
, FOREMAN
E. SuperØoo..$sob NO
vise 15 people in electro-
mecbeolcojÁaoembly. Feat
raIceo ailS lromstloa.000d
company benefits. Work
close to home. Any oupor..
violen quolifies for tldo.Call
Augie
Schulz at
396-1000, HALLMARKS °°
E. Northwea; Hay,, Mount
Prospect.
Of MT. PROSPECT
RANDHURSt
SHOPPING CENTER
IÑVENTORY CLERK
Mcii Order Book -Cóncum
needo lntelligent'yatlng adult
for inveatory records. Moot
hcve,leglble handwriting. Lito
typing. Veryreoponolblework
, Salary Open'
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1315 Oalcton St.
Houra;9A.M...ZP.M.
De Plaines
827-5531
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PerfeetMotch
For People IB to 75
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espantaste. Need managers
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cago proper.Nneduneniana..
2680 Golf-Rd.
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Glenview
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ger for each auburb and
towoahip within a 50 mile
radius. Guureoteedeeleryup
te $500 per week plus corn- ntlasioiA, over-rides endenpensa accounts. No invest..
ment of any kind, only requiremest io post erirunent
729-5200
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Hours tofit yourneeds. Cell or cerne in to see
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'965.6300 or 583.3070
Interesting
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perúoonent positionforin..
Selligent young adult. Sol-
MR, SMITH er MR. MIZELL
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kleine Tewiah1pIlghochsOlo
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o program which airs
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Wnmpn's
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The' opening eèsoibnrSept. 30
fàoloiril dimitO of 'Ii 17X5. Fe s Pmo Will festere CarolKleimen,ediifldelloi CIslidlOdIs
tsr 6f tlowh1csgo Tribune's
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MAIEIIEMAIÉ
4:5O p.m. Thuradaynt
Wnieowhó
on 'the''s eri'o,' Mrs. \leman
by Lensre
success
end
personal
fulfilL.
, 'he ' followed
-WIE
cor,fWiy u,PItU6° thOiJt"dCOliulg I
ment
io
the
fields
of
commue..
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Greioiog,
a
;Fask,
Ridby
homoienSnioW- Ir deinedeltw. Pó Icetioun. education, politics, maker who le conthlt(ing
ber
O«feG.CIse°B g01ft
nisTe 590
ervtce
buuises6.
end
social
educetjun
by'
'working'
tbwerd
a
other metdHiillthW
dlISHiOltEBd uni will nerve ea guest spéakera
coliege degree; Jezlce krause.
my cliemli Ir! i
Skokie, o civil rights volunteer:
1W tais 5505 IWI from my OMIs lop- ill e oeriee uf 8 programa. so
meded They see pe4ecdy AIduud rn. Growth: A Chollenge for
Norme Liulorriosn,formerVilloon -Modero Wometi." - This new
bKIsIs (disCoS Wis'PW5Is
legd - truiftee of Glenview 'end
dedo mal000 Ito' lhit ft le s % course lo effaced by the kleine- - 'Joso olberg. - NueS, of Ihn
moldi nf eVe#if -feStine and deWS sod, -Adat livening School on TuesLogue f Women -Vetare; Lois
ol,tev5 let In CetollIs to be hssoliy day eveningo,7:30-9:300tMoine Deokaiayjio
Clenview, - nuclei
nwd
schoolEest,
Township
High
worher;
tlis.
jack
Nixon, Morhow
Io
i alio give them good odaice so
Perk
Pot(M5
Pernpster
end
- women;
tos
Grove,
'bufseas
morded
uso Iklnó I1dY o their
--------Evsmton,
Ridge.,
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Sworm,
eiJ'
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Seetrice
life. mi that ÜMlr munlogewlil IWIW
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.BOEF BAR
PART TIME & SOME -FULL TIME
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opening for experienced
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G aiseas
'Spotby!1 io- 'a6he4ued. for
begins et 10 e.m, wtth-Meslc
cerned about chooM is .05.0 poeson 'Is
MAKERS
East oUnionta preoenttheIracta. -
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H-veoffgithin m poytMogio& Chalo Fepajohn (Glenvierv),
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noIyMs heipe hi bdog10 LEgethé, dis
NLES, iLL.,
- end, boa - other- - tolen$nc5 Meine -
(Glenvibw) prudents tII&'TWInB
day.
I Eke my cEints to isd dat I Ño
"Spotlight" ' -io' another of
WMTH's --progroma hooted by
atudentooO 'gua6t dl6c jockeys
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scheduled to be played leothig
until 1 p.10 Sock day o sew
dtuc -jockey will be fe6tured.
Th6- line.ttp of jockeys' o Mooday. SteveKeoper41leo ,Tüeo-
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features (Mferent. Moine East -
Grove ). Wedneedey, Pot Rea
(Hiles), Thursday, John Taor-,
eicceaohd -std ,iiMdo Efè-. My peles (Olenview). sad Friday,
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NURSE
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progrolo cérrylng
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collage credit forliotenero.000
IId pesillo fai s W.lSßidOi happy life
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Americe,". "The History of the
Amçricpo'- - .Negp," "Fomily.
Problems." - OS W9 0O other
topics of nationelo'igsif1cosce.
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work These topeo iylçWde, such-
, topicS as"
lime, 'ooccer' gá11es '1li be
Sired as pa of WhHo corn-
: before every ga,me. Also. Reso
will present "SIH-PIS tleok" at
5:45 p.m. on TUesdys..otwh1ch
,time he will- interview' Moine
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costoro. wlli-condhictinteYleWa
MUSICAL INSflOJMENTS
Sllngerloñd Profeonionai
Drum Set. - CoU 966-5797.
JOE MATHEWSON Oct. 7;
I sold. you will vote
Clyde
MATHEWSON.
oary. We -wIll Orals yOO. Good pay. meals end uniformo
9001 N. MILWAUKEE
' tissaI Ediltational Relis Net-
'pieteoportu caverogeplon. Reso
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democracy you will vote
OR APPLY IN,PERSON
FLAMING PIT RESTAURANT
Parts-Pion company looking
fer monogero who lyave hod
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home - foâtboli, bosketbáli -end
boseboll,, grnopo. For ÇIfoiirOt
HORTENSE - If 'j,ou love
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GOOD WORKING CONDItIONS
The Beautiful
PAWFY.PLAN COMPANY
01,11E upChicagoorealook.
SEISe -
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, ploys tepe9 Leased ftorn thoNe-
Schqdi1ed for live côseroge
ali Maiè'EOot.
ox
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653-0036
EXCELLENT TIPS
pate. aiki esk queoUO9s or otste
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PERSONALS
Ifs 'InteeoUng ¡*rt-ttme work. A yCrIet) of jobs are
avaIlable. Perbale- you ere a homemaker oC a' retired
person oskiog something different lu yeur life. Full
linIe positions are ebb available. No experience neceo-
TOP SALARY '
forth by Rinssc and Welcher.
The audieiica coo elio parifci
notional. ioternstlonol od tocol
news' cOvçroge wili keep oU
WMTH listeners on' top of the
sowj scene." :
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m,JthsyoWMWdO.
after 5 p.m.
opeaker' onawero questidna toit
Ppoch' (Hiles), sports director
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ABOUT T!
WAITRESSES
Party-Plan experience. Call
Mro. Willlani6 regording
APARTMENT.SALE -
itemd. 96,6-0928.
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8646559
Chatter," -WMTH'a public effairs program Where a featured'
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predicts 'thac the indreooed
THINK
SuCHARD 'S CLEANERS.
729-4528
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of change'In your pocket.
A few hour5 -a weelt ceo quickly eoo you the dollars
needed fer tho; 'opocIoI oomeIhing yeifd Iike'tø have.
Excellent wotldng condiúono. Good selary potential.
' Experience not necesoory will train.
Os flkodaya. George -Rimnac
(OlenviCw) end MUte Wolcher
(Glenview) broadcast 'Jezz and
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each Wednesday le a 15' minute
news commentary at 5t45 p.m.
(01611510W).
Welcher
Mike
WMTH -news djmrtmeflt' head,
chlldr6n, clothes. Mlc
A change of -pacoàon i' Io
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2864 , 6-5 weekdays.
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the hour. Also scheduled fur
New, aiortd ldfonts &
Y-aOGERS
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NEEDS YOUI
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-óARMEMT PRESSES
Good earninga osstrretl all
yeer long.
5:30 - 8 p.m. PRI.
BOOKKEEPERS- Minimum
.'. $35 TO $165 A WEEK
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ELECTRONIC'
TECHNICIANS
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uai Oppoohaldiy
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'Meet the Faculty." 55 inter-
day with headlines reported os
' lop condt000.EXC.c011et-,
toF$ ltèm. "O"7900.
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days WMTH has scheduled
2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m eoch
electrlcmodeiCobd werke
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psi-Unta learn more obsutMoine
Wooden. One o, the first
An Equal Opportunity UmplOyel
bonus.'
TELLERS
I'ULL TIME
PART TIME
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lL1
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Teleo,' a- show 1er primary
The '200 pluS student staffed
atolles will present o voriety of
new progromo fur lid lOthoontveroary. The news deportment
hoO expanded ceserog to - 15
minutes of news et 10:45, o.m.
Electric - waølrdr - dryèr.
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Service Station Attendant.
Full thaeandpartthne.Maot
EóÁc-riess
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grade children featuring songs,
MIsc. FOR SALE
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965..5540.
at 5 p.m.. CheRyl Fetch Ç4ileo) and Marlene Goodman (Martes-
Progrmming st 8.5 un the FM
diol wili be aired daily, from
io o.m. to 6 p.m.
Lout - DIamond ring. Videity- Nordica apartReword. Cali
mento.
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FULL lIME EMPlOYMENT
Teebaveureb*ed7a.no.5p.m.eeae.m.
Call Mr. Habito '
6144910
SE5A,
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'FEMALE
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teed your
lawo. Aer4tluu end roD..
Ing. Delivered and spread -,
free. Call
TEOE T**1(LS
824-2111
vt.,geaisp ban2aue
HELP WANTED- MALE
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- Full tinte
v.4th plenty oi3Ove,gtinle.
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umapsap beEfe thaSede aI4- baliifasa aa',.
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SESSo
Full CompsnyBenefis.Ex.
peribuce not necessary.
296- 3559 -''
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900 E. Northwest Hlowày
Varied and interng dodés.
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UNITED
Excellent oppertwdty 6r,
geod plot. S day week.-,,
REE ESTIMATES,.
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ApplyAli
ing Irga. Il1e ouly-tIdoig
INSURED
Monday Thru Friday
Excellent Storthig Salary'
CAlli. SIRVE-PACE -,,.
$24.95 FoIl Special
Wende Oeed
OPEPAT
WILLTMI
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(Cerner
Mannheim
&Touhy)
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lÑÔRMAòÑ:,
Part Time
HOLIDAY -INN -,
necenoary here io thg obi..'
Sty to read blueprints.
774-7177
a-week progi4o. On Mondays
broadcasting from the otiSdio st
Meine Township High achool
Soot and the two remoteofdios
at Moine West ond Moine South.
8 am. to 5 p.m.
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Be completely trained to
evaluate coat uf materials
and colar. Oppurnisltyhere
to mo'e into the Engineer-
5151N. Harlem
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C WAlKS
"K" KONCRETE CO FM otrted its 10th year of
CLASSIFIED
V. L P.. INC.
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FAST ACTION
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HELP: WT,I
Profit Sharing Hoop. Ios, etc.
NO FEE
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AVAILABLE
-(cRIENTHOUItY PAIES
GOLF Mfl,L SllOPPING CBTEN
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BOORKEERS
Professional Bidgu 6th FIr.
4IELP WANTED - FEMALE
$7'00 TO $8200
INTERlOR--EXTIOIt
FIRST IASS WORK
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Cenerai office. f00.
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KEY,uNcnopERS
CARERE CENTER
729-5200
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LADY PARKER
2680 Golf Rd.
-Glenview
TYPIST
ExperIenced and
Sept. 7.
10th, Anniversary -O.f
Broadcasting Fo!-- WMTH,
O FLCOI'
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B DRIVEWAYS
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DAY OR er EVENING
FLAMING PIT RESTAURANT
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of the Addiction end Mental
Health division of the OSO,
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Fast pay relees 9-S 5 days.
PART TIME
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clore-Dr. jeclN 01cr. Cblef
PIANO INSTRUCIIO$ in,
ryour home. Coli 966-1958
TFNA
after 6 P.M.
BUSINESS SERVICE
GLEN VIEW
SeA
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nomtc OppqrtiloiÇy forito neighborboud health core centero.de-
PIANO INSTRUCTION
AMLINGS FLOWERIAID
7025 W. Dempoter'
NUes
SE25
729-5200
con be very exespereting.
We bave o 'cesple of- gola
RUSTY STENO
COOKS
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Apj4yln person ooly. Ask
for Joe Leltner.
THEBEAUTIFULNEW
2680 GoIÇRd.
ing for a péried of time
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Des Plaines
FULL
TOY POODLE AX C. Stud
Service. Cali 824-1702.
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FLAMIÑG PT REST.
Ing fer o Job after nut worin.
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GOOL WOR9NG CONDITIONS
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VIiether yoefe married
divorfed - separated, look-
K MART FOODS
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Peli onpasiy Benefits.
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BUSINESS SERVICE'
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Forest hoop1ts for the ornohonour sod mentally ill will be
a model for prugromo heingdoveloped 'by the Office uf Eco-
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WAITRESSES
HELP -WANTED FEMAL
-HELP WANTED- MALE
HELP WANTED MALE
HELP WANTED FEMALEl HELP .VIANTED-' MALE
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6-w 'partial hospital-
The
HP WANTED FEMALE
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will recount bet' own Xperinpçes In combining -Iíomgmeking'with e career1 ondthooe
- Project cu-ordinotor fer Middle
School. Natisnol CollegeofEdu-
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Illinois Stete. Employment Service. '
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The h...,..e Adult Eveolog
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who ' ore suçceyofuiy-ernpleyed
n Widely diveraiffed Arasa,
lijtieo.
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