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LIPAPY
%( OF ION
District 63 recognizes
Nelson students for achievements
For the second time in two
yeorS, youngsters from Nelson
Elementary School in Nilen
recently Were named first place
wissssers of the 'The Battle of the
Books"
and,
this year, were
hy Eileen Hlrsrbfefd
recognized at the Tuesday, April
26 meeting of East Maine School
second und third with eight urea
schools, both public und private,
District 63. The csmpelition is
haloing part in tke contest. Second
sponsored annually by the Ndes
Pphtic Library District.
- District 63 schools placed first,
son and Washington sckools,
District 207 saves on
gas purchase
Maine Tuwmhip High Schoet
District 2417 has saved 543,965.20
since December by purchasing
natural gus on the "spot
pliers who offer the moot
market", accurdiug to Donald E.
economical price.
"Savings of this magnitude for
dent for Businem. Instead of buy-
dicute that our decision to
and third winners were Steven-
Kenney, Assistant Supermten-
'
ing natural gas from its regular
Cu.stfflsrd u.s Page 47
supplier,- Northern Illinois Gus,
the district now boys from sup.
one-third of the school year inCoatlmsed au Page 47
Seek voters approvalfor up
to $1 charge on telephone bill
8746 N. Shornoer Road
Nitos. Illinois 60648
9663900-14
VOL 31. NO. 46, TEE BUGLE, THIJESDAY, APRIL 28,1968
from the
ВЈ4 HwtS
byB.d Besser
We didss't need thin past
Monday. tf the guy who
scheduled the calendar is
tistening, scratch me off the
books for any Intere Mondays
like April 25, 1988.. We just
don't need them,
Inside the Bugle's inner
sort of like
family. When the guyat the
sent desk bleeds we feel the
sanctum wem
open wound. ' One uf the
faithful'sfather is at Lutheran
General recnvering fГ‘m a
bypass operation. It's been n
rough csaple of weeks and
"Walk With Israel"
setfor Sunday
Close to IWO thousand
Chicagoans witt take part in the
Eon will begin at 7e31 um. and
Walk With Israel un Sunday, May
t, in observance of the 40th birth-
Cu,sthsued ne Page 47
Rugers Park resident Mitten
17th annual Greater Chirago Kots witt blow the shofar to
day of the Jewish state.
The 9-mile Walk and Teen
Walk, pIns shorter Older Adult
und Family Mini-walks will be
held rain or shine.
and we were shucked hy the
news. Nobody called, and sew
weekly call tu the funeral
heme didn't give as thin infermutton,
Chuck was a hale and hearty
memher of the Nifes family
who served on the Zoning
Board, as president uf the
Cuntlisued on Page 46
diounce was paused unanimously
to put the vote for 9-1-t installalion io Riles on the ballot. Voter's
approval is necessary by law
the estimated costa stand now,
the charge por telephone tino
would be approxinsutely 50В°. The
need for the vote forSt in to cover
possible inflationary costa over,
the nest 10 to 15 years.
At Tuesday's meeting Riles
Co.stlrn.ed on Paged?
Super-Duper Bingo winners
will hugE at the Bernard Horwich Jewish Csnsmunity Center,
3003 W. Touby at f am. Registra-
Nues vehicle
stickers on sale
Village Clerk Frank Wagner
plications in the mail.
The cost of each vehicle sticker
is $t5 with residents over Ike age
of lt paying $5. Pstice will begin
we belong to, Our Niles family,
decision fur them.
At Thenduy night's meeting of
The Greater Chicago Teen
stressful for all of us.
member of another family
could possibly be u tife-savissg
since a surchurge of up to $1 per
telephone line could be added lo
their monthly tetephone hilt. As
Walk is the longest Walk event. lt
reminds Nilen residents tisai auto
vehicle stickers are nsw,.os sale
A couple of hours later an
annuyedsubscriber wondered
why we didn't report alsaut the
passing ofclsuck O'Grady who
died on April 15. Chuck was a
Rites voters witt have un additiunuldeciolonto make when they
go lo the polls in November that
the Nites Villuge Board, un or-
we've allrsde the waves nf the
ups anddowns thathave taken
place. Monday, the Bugler's
father was suffering heart
fibrilations and it was
Referendum
for 9-1-1- on
Nov. bäliöt-.
at the Riles Village Hall, ' 7th
Milwaukee ave. All residents
should bave received their ap-
ticketing vebiclen without
stickers on June t.
BUGLE
SEEKS
NEWSBOYS
Tha Bagis Is ssskisu dslioo,y
new soarrtsrs us-sIt-sass 55 dalioer
sews papaYa on Tharsdsys.
Por An Opportunity
To Earn Extra $$$
Call
966-3900
Sue Neuschet -(second row), dlrector--uf-Senlur-- -LaCage-aux-Folleu" -at-the-CandlellghLDlnner
Ptoyhuuse, and tote bag from Holiday Luggage
activities for Maine Tuwnuhip, lu sbown with nome
prize winners at the first of three Super-Duper
Bingo Parties stagod for members of Maine
Township Senior Citizem during April.
Showing off their prises uf wine, fruit baskets,
Ott Dominicks Gift Certificate, two tickets to
shop in Morton Grove aree (from loft) Margaret
Sturwold of Parts Ridge, Connie Colassno and
Alfred Brawn of Nilen, 'William DumMen, Des
Plaines, BernicГ© Thrney, Nileu, and Ruth Berg,
Des Plaines.
-
Pg2
Th B.g1e, Thmthy, April 28, 198e
Dinner dance
honoring May Bluse
"Senior Health
tnsurance
Program"
r
Senior Citizens'
Answers lo senirr cilices
questions about health iosuravce
cisti soon be a phone call away,
thanhs to a new program oponnored by the Illivois Departvieot I
of Insurance in cooperation with
NEWS AND VIEWS
7f;
--
the Department on Aging. The
"Senior Health Insurance Pro-
gram,'' or ''SHIP'' will trais a
from the Nues Senior Center
8060 Oakton, Nues
usointanre lo Illinois seniors
seehiog advice on their health in-
A reminder is extended to all tichelbolders that the lite luneheun will tube place on Fri., Apr. 29 at noun.
Bernadette Notas, legislative
culling 692-3388.
fluai dinner dance hunoring
Shown above (I-r) : Mayor
Muyur Nicholas B. Blase, to be
Nicholan Blane, State Reprenen-
held on Friday Muy 13. at the
Chulean Bila, 9100 Milwaukee
beliCe candidate Bonnie l,inquint and State Representative
Ave., in Nibs. Tickela are $37.50
Cal Sutker.
nutootners will be given 25 hours
suranre, including a survey of the
Une dancing wilt be offered on Toes., Muy 3 at 230 pm.
other Illinois seniors. The
Nirmaiyu Ghosh nl Skokle, s
protection.
Motlirr'n Dy Sperial
TWO-FOR-ONE
Award. They wilUe istrodseed
MOThER AND DAUGHTER
s CUT, WASH Et SET
a CUT, BLOW DRY
Ghonb io in the College
s PERMS BODY WAVES
Engineering and the Honors College.
STAR11NGAT17.95
ALL NEW SPRING COLORS
HI LIGHTING. SUNTONES.
COLORING.
"'S
50% OFF
FLORAL
SHOP
MOO N. MILWAUKEE
c..r FInnrn FInrnl Desig..s
c nrsagns 800sn Plasto
Senior Citizenn WeIcГІmel
DINO fr MIMA
631-0040
Under the continuing guidance
of the Department of Insurance,
trained advisors will work in rosjonction with local senior citiaeo
A CAFE.
(:ArhIlIN(;
.
SI)bI.l
Sfteec4I
-c
-
demert. Entertainment will leature twu ilvebunds, dance fleurs
und a "Salute ta Bruadwuy" revue. Ticknta are $34 per pernos.
TEE MAY DINNER DANCE
tirities und refer inqoiries from
the public to "SHIP" volunteers.
The May dinner dunce will be held en Fri., May f from
5:30-5:31 p.m. Appetizers will be nerved ut 5:30, dInner nl 8:30
and music for listening und duncing pleasure will be available
Lawrence House
Fair seeks
exhibitors
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Sasue%e4L dte,
dicd
a4ei 7b4 See
wnfttneat4s'
firer, Baltaernan was inItially un
patent duty alter which tse rade
last November, dIed Monday,
use of the Nilm Police Departnisn and had the reuponsihifity uf
the photagraphic lah,
ARTS AND CRMTR FAIR
The Mon., May 9 arto und crafts fuie will tube place frnm 10
am. to 2 p.m. All browsers und shoppers are welcome, Vendor
enrollment is Imsited tu NUes residenl.s age 02 und ever with
memorating his 29 yearn of service wГ­ththe Riles Police Depart-
CostilseednuPage 40
Senior Citizen
Real Estate Exemption
.
Meus of senior interest repre-
Sesior citiacnsure now eligible
own' their principal residence or
for a "Homestead Exemption"
during the year in which they
turn 65, ucrordiog to Rites
Township Assessor Robert P.
have a lease in which they are
responsible fur property taxes.
Hanruhun.
estate tax hilt. (Married women
The "Homestead Exemption"
provides tan reliel by reducing
the eqoaliued assessed valuation
finance, housing, recreation and
consumer affairs.
For both information, fee ncale
and other particulars, please caS
of a property by $2,000.
muse seeking a "Homestead
Enemplion" must be OS years of
age or plder during the year for
501-2100.
Applicants mupt provide proof of
age, ownership and u recent real
must provide their murriuge
license tu show lrunsilisn from
maiden name ta murried.(
For muro information, cull the
Niles Township's Assessors Office at 673-93go or visit the office
ut 5255 Main, Skohie,
which they apply and meut eilher
Nilm on April 15. He waslS yearn
munt.at-Cuttero-and-Cathso-reat.
Federal Savings in Chicago.
A CUT ABOVE
LAWNBOY
SIDE BAG MOWERS
,cduar.(
. START AT
ONLY
279
s
LAWNBOY'S.
"SPECIAL
THIS WEEK"
GREENBACKS
LAWNBOY'S 8157
SALE
NOW GOING ON
HURRY WHILE
' PRICES ARE AT
THEIR LOWEST!
-. Rug, 057a.95
t
NOW ONLY
1967 ta January 15, 1075.
519В°
MITtS 5H15 Ani
FREE
fui.
u.i
PICK hr Aran unionen
WITH A TUNE UP
I otdulAw.avueq es eroi
icon Ofl,, 43051
0
THE. sewnrrssu000ss
ERVICE' oato::inur
298-5170
[9!:cj no-a
595 E. Cenlral Ruad, Des Plaines
,
В»uv;ei:=::ma
POWER MOTIONS
much time and energy tu this
wurk. He noted O'Grudy's work
on helloS of the Linm Club und
Ceetissed un Page 46
to close for repairs
McCermick Blvd. wilt he rInsed
te thrnsgb traffic between
Hnward und Oakten Streets In
umane cmzEN siscoorart
Chock O'Grady
McCormick Blvd.
Beginning Sunday, May 1,
Skulde, jsutweut nf Evanstun, the
illinois tsepartment of 'rranspnrteflon said teday.
Ilse closure will be in effect untu June 15.
It Is necessary tor the
recanstructien nf McCormick
Blvd. and for the remnvul ef the
Edith, who Is learning the
Englishlanguage, said "I'm hapPP."
Her 25-year-old father, said he
was vecyhappythevisa had been
estended, via an Interpreter.
According tasister Rita Greets,
joorney home, leaving about
scheel principal, the first grade
class sent 18 letters to Governor
soon.
However, aS that changed at a
Thampsen sayIng they liked
meeting Thursday morning in
Chicago with representatives
,
Edith and they didn't want her te
have te go hock be Poland
from the Immigration and
Naturalization Service,
because she was iS. "Same of the
tIge
Perkewski'u, paresia nf Edith's
, classmates and spee'mt assistant
be Goy. Thumpsen for etlmir at-
The INS riled that Edith oid
.
children also called the
guvernor's office to plead her
casse," She said.
Leo Kaaaniwskyj, the goverCoetlrnted ou Page 47
Polish...giri receives
-
help from friends
ties and n prise for the must
unanual idea brought to the
During the sixties and seventies O'Grady served on the NUes
Zoning Bunrd, from November 1,
many years., He said he gave
teachers and ft-lends who had
takes Edith te heart since she
started at the school in January.
Verb, the first stop uf their
ContInued on Page 46
creatively use eue "Trash" for
"Treasures", There wili be o
prize fer the meut unusual crea.,
previously wurkeel an a senior
nice president at Cook County
Conch unread the cummunity far
tiisguhibed na arrival uf firemen
an April lt. InvetIgation showed
the fire was In the ashtray uf the
cal' asdtherewas nuextenuiun nf
They will teach us how tu
estate cnmpan&, Riles, He
Niles Mayar Nich Blase said
...A car fire at Keeney and
Milwaukee was already ex-
Franklin, fllinnis will talk about
recycling tips and how be make
uuefolthIngxfrenr thruwaWays
commercial real estate depart-
patents uf the fis-st graders,
Scheel, andherfather, Kazimiern
Perkowski were scheduled toesP_u-e Friday, April 22 oid they
already had ploie tickets to New
$1,500 damage.
Nues Coinniunity
Club meeting
is, of Edith's classmates,
The visas al Edith, a first
grader at St. John Brebeuf
The fire, which started in the
engIne compartment, caused
Glenn and Ruth Garvin from
old, He suffered u heart attack,
O'Grady worked lu sales 'es the
He wan n Punt Grund Knight
and a 4th degree member of the
North American Murtyrs of the
Knigbta of Calumban. He was
also u past president ofthe Maine
Township Regular Demacrutic
7225 Caldweil Ave,, on April 16.
presenta "Trash and Treasures"
e.. Ssnday, May 15, 6:30 p.m.
Nilmreuldnnt, diedinhiuhome in
organization.
IT'S GROWING!
WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO GET GOING?
.-Firemen extingsiuhed a car
fire at Fear Doves Restaurant.
The Niles Community Club
Chuck O'Grady, a longtime
seni in previous years include
health, trussporlatioo, personal
4.eIAa14В«4 Sc9.9el.d
During his time in the In-
dies at59
needleworb.
orgasaations.
n
sernedin the loveutigatien Divi-
Nilesite Chuck O'Grady
woodworking articles, crocheted items, jewelry and
Organizations providing service, medical help and informalion to senior citizens will be io-
4e e.
csqi
meist's soin motorcycles. He
with a retirement plaque cam-
3 p.m.
(e4r e&ed). Aevd Pq(ne.
eee
with Mayer Nicholas Blase and
PaRce ChIef Clarence Emriknan
April 25 at the age of 51. At the
linie the phete wan taken,
SatInerons was being presented
register. Hot dogs wIN be sold at a cost of $1, Os bund will be
Home, the senior ritiaen hotel al
1020 W. Lawreuee Ave., on Fri.
slay, Muy 13 between 10 am. und
White serving as a police ut-
from 7:30-9:30. The theme uf the. dunce is a "Blunt frum the
Punt" 50's sock hop. The menu includen roast chicken and roast
beef. Tickets are $7 perperson. CaS 967-illtoforttcketavailuhlll-.
ty.
handmade articles. Vesdarn musi cult 967-6100 Ext. 37f lo
Booths are available for bulb
profit-making and got-for-profit
StwjKag gik tloo- 53O
.
.
sold Baltzersen, shown ahoye
legitimate eses.
The sews uf the vIsa ewlension
came Thursday afternoon te the
paid off 'us a fairy tale result fer
7-year eid Edith Perkowsha who
learned at the eleventh hoar she
didn't have ta go back home be
her native Poland.
.
menL
reasons were valid and
llano Giiveroer Jamen Thompuon
scheel. There was nu hazard,
Furnier Nilo pelice officer Ar.
spekesmoi, there was a need tu
have the visa extended since the
letter Writing campaign ta il-
eff the alarm while unldering
pipes in the kitchen area of the
chiches and seufepd entrees, vegetables, naiad, rolls und
thence of mofethäñSOg coiscerned seniors.
Weeec
resulta.
The classartien that invulveda
her almsot hairless underthe wIg
she wears.
Accordiug tu an INS
the power be use their voire In
guveniment tu achieve pusitive
found a plumber uccidently set
the Spirit of Chicago, The buffet luncheon wifi include beef,
terented io purticipaliug io this
Fair which annually polls an au-
.
'
her father can stay for another
year to continue medical treatment fur the condition,
alopeciad/betalls, that kas left
First graders at St. Jahn
amkulance calls between April15
and April 22.
Firefighters en April 15 west
la Calverllckml, 6921 Oakton and
.
from 15:311-3:30 will feature u two hour Lake Miclslgnn croise nu
Eslsihitors are invited to par-'
ticipate in the Sisgh Annual
'T
"
by Sylvia Dalrymple
answered 2g fire alarms and 38
Dept. Calls
567'0l00 Est. 376, Tickets for the following events wifi be sold:
Fri., May 13 trip to Andre's Steukhouse infliehmnnd to see the
ptuy "Sunny Side Up With Love". Luncheon there will include
roast beef und ruant chicken. The trip will depuri ut 10:30 am.
asdretncnutf p.m. The ticket price is$3l, The Fri., June 24 trip
Lawrence House Retirement
Fuir, to he held at Lawrence
19?..A9-
sç._-',c::..-
Robert Besser-City Eukt
..
Mark Krujerki-Cepy Ethter
'
Brebeuf Scheut 'us Bites learned
Sn ' 'mupertant civic lesson last
week that could benefit the adult
world, The tenues was regardless
nf year age bracket, peuple have
The Rilen F'we Department
basis. Telephone reservations will he accepted alter oms:
r orei050rao ce and consumer
und will kelp coordinate local acof
Nibs Fire
Tichetsules will beheld on Wed., Mayl at tO um. unu walk-in
ut u dinner on April 28 in the groups. Local senior orgusina'
Chieugn Illini Union, 820 S. tiens will provide alfine fucililies
Wuleatt St.
s
lishgirl
i,___
TICKET SALES
locus on Medicare, Medicare
One of 39 oulatanding students at
the University uf illinois-Chicago
whn will be honored with the 1981
Student Leadership Recognition
-<o-2
Diane Miller-Managin.E
966390Г“14
A
N.WepePee
SJB st dents unit
There io no charge und reservations are not seeded.
medicat i050rance field, with o
8045 MILWAUKEE. NuES
DINO, THE MAESTRO
MEMU
NO.throtIIInOI.
Letter writing efforts resulthi visa extension
LINE DANCING
of Iruining io the busies ol is-
Nirmalya Ghosh
FormerNiles police
officer dies ГЎt 51
SQUARE DANCING
Open square dancing is offered on Tues., Muy 3 at 1:30 p.m.
There is no chsrge und reservutiom uro unnecessary.
Newcomers are always welcome.
IINOE,MIMA
8746 N. Shermer Road, Nues. Illinois 60648
to Sears Tower und Berglsoll's Restaurant that the bus witt
depart the senior rener ut 9 am. and return at 5 p.m.
"SHIP" will recruit, trajo und
organine senior volunteers to
serve as teachers, advocates and
inssrunre resource. persons for
Supplement policies, long term
._II&
A n Independen f Corn m unify Newspaper Established in 1957
MEN'S CLUB TRIP
A reminder is entended to all enrolled on the Fri., Apr. 29 trip
liaison for the Depaetment 01 tosurance since toto.
Organization announces its an-
967-6100 ext. 376
LITE LUNCHEON
sur;rogram will br headed by
per pernon und are available by
/1988,4
News for all Niles Seniors (age 62 and over)
statewide oetwoeh of volunteers
worhiog with lederut, state uod
local agencies to provide on-site
Me Township Democratic
ahrj3flgt
TheBegle,flersday, April58, l9S
existIng Chicago und North
Western Hallway bridge.
Traffir will he detoured via
Howard St., Crawford Aye. and
Oakton St.
The project lu part uf the
$9,317,600 centract awarded te
meeting. Bill Chase ut the ergun
wilt provide music and Dorothy
Greene and Bernice Volpe will
previde Refreshments.
Wanted: Three amateur talent
acta: call 692-3316, Don't miss
this evening et infurmation, fun
oid eSewship.
Tax appeals for
Maine Township
residents
bIbine Township Annesnor,
Tuna Rueckert, bas heno advised
by the Cash County Beard of Ton
Appeals that Maine TownshIp
residents who did not prevail at
the CeekCeesty Ausesuer's office
in filing a complaint of their 1867
asuessed valuatIon can now file
an applicatlun with the Cook
County Beard of Appeals, The
deadline for filing lu MayO.
Fprms fur filing can be picked
Monarch Asphalt Ce. for the up at Rueckert's office, 1700
recunstrsction of McCermick Ballard Rd. Park Ridge at the
Blvd. between Devun Ave. and
Green Bay Rd.
Cock County .Beard of Appeal,
lit North Clark St. ChIcago.
Edith PerkOswka. (e), a first grade student at St. John Brebeaf
School In NOes Is shown with twa of her classmates, Jeff
Mlsiczyszyn (t) oid Ola Kanmlercnak (r) wearing an obviously
hapy smIle.
.S&th. wlththe aid of her classmates andthefrparents, received
avIsaextesalentostaylntheUnitedSlate5WhileSh h undergoing
treatment far a dIsease that resultu In hair tons. The little gIrt la
wearing a wig while being treated for the disease by a 'der'
radIologIst.
Page 4
Th BgI, Thurdy, April 28 1988
Art Show
Display
C. Y. O. Youth Fund Proqram
. BONELESS
,
Paehside Senior Services'
Wednesday, May Il
teseo
Morton Grove Senior Chizens
eure center locoted
u!
5375
Church SIred in Des Plateen. The
art show is free of charge and io
open to the public.
The art worh was dong sedee
', the direction of Debbie Roland,
an arI therapy gcadoate from the
moisi o Chicago.
The wochs of art were designed
Unicechity of
by participasts in the day care
prngram aod by those in the
special Alaheimee's unit,
Buy care provides professional
sUpervision during the day aod
offers seniors such diverse ser.
cives aseses ing vure, medication
monitoring, persooal care, asd
C000cilfl4338 io Nues.
counseling, group encroises und
reerealional activities, as well us
opportunities for companionship
they might not have elsewhere.
The art show will remain on.
display from May Il-25 for those
Showo petured ubove (I-r) Chairmen Joseph G. Toososku, Jr.,
who cannot attend the open
house. For more information,
Zatesny.
Ofhers and members of the ICC. will be askung their friends and
neighbors for their coopenation and support io donating for thin
worthy progrmn, for inder privileged yongslers.
Give not imtil it hurts, but until it feels good. Rrmember the only
wealth which yos. wnll heep forever io the wealth which yen give
away.
please call Older Adult Services
Moyor of NUes, Nicholus b. Bluse und Grund Knight Wolter
Men's Club sponsors tournament
Tite Nitro Senior Center Men's
Club s sponsoring as lt hole golf
tournament at the Gleeview
FAl Your Reol EsiMo Noods
27. Registration for thin tournament lo now being toben and is
open to Niteo nester men ,.ely.
Ellen
Ritsos-Fincher
-it.k
'III
Naco! Air Station on Friday, May
Tlchrrt are $14 without a cart on?]
$21 with a cart. The ticket price
Includes green fees. curt (it applicab!o! und price money. luecheon and trassportatios is no!
iocluded.
The enrollment
dradline in May lt. Tee-off times
wilt be posted at the sector center
On Monday, May 23. To enrol! or
for further information contact
Cindy Risoff at 967-010g, Esf. 376,
ut 69g-5559.
ampoo &sr
Ellen Ritoos-Fiochor
Moiii.Miiljnn Dnlbr Priidiwer
i
te,rrtars oredowv! Hvv,e
p rieenaren
p'
dCCi ti,,,
reias,tovoo?If 000a,rtI,,v,,g
of biivivo , siIOg vail the neo,
'2.50
.jfo
Ha,,cot
s,
Mvs GUipen, Stylivg '3.50
Mnni n05. HOi, STVIivg
'5.00
TEN3OM1NUTE
OPEN
SUN TANNING VISITS i Days
.ESiaonJ'SUPERSTAR" tt a real
Pretesijaval with all
h,
FREDERICK'S COIFFURES
Call Ellen at698-7000
5381 N. MILWAUKEE AVENUE
CHICAGO, ILL
001Mo, proportion naflbnst
631.0574
CURRENCY EXCHANGE
IN NILES
Serving Your Community For Over 25 Ycars
Chocks Cashed
Monay Orders
Find out how senior citizens
can use their lofluence on the
legislative und, political proeessfrom George VanDnsen,
director sf Suhnrhun Operutionn
fCongressman Sidney
R.
Meo, is u Passages Through
Life Loclore on Tuesday, Muy 3.
The session, "The Polities 5f
Senior Power," mitt he presented
from I 102:30p.m. in Room 112 at
Ouklon Consmuoity College Eust,
77tl N. Lincoln Ave., Skotsie.
VunDosen is also a trustee of Use
Village of Skohid.
A $1 donation is requested. For
information, call 635-1414.
Illinois municipalities have
bees allotted $12,764,320 us their
share o! motor fuel tax paid into
tIte Slate Treasury during March
aocsedlsg ts the Illisois Depart.
merlI of Transportation.
MoSse fues tau funds are
allocaled moelfdy to lhe various
municipaligies is Illinois lar their
streets and highways. Thd
monies allocated are computed
THE BUGLE
ijJePs 069-760)
Danid Besser
Editor mid Pablisher
8
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V_01. 31. No. 46, AprO 28, 1989
8746 N. Shermer Rd.
Nues, IL 60648
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NOTARY PUBLIC
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NOW AVAILABLE
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tu Nifes, HIbou
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changes lu The Bugle, 0746
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Three years
lyeurseaior OBeren . .
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i year )lorelgn)
All APO uddreoses
as lurServicenjen
$22.00
$29.00
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$35.00
$25.00
RACKS
GROUND
CHUCK.
BEEFSTEW
,
LIQUORS
HEN
OLD CROW
STRAIGHT
BOURBON
club. The Canadian Rail Tsur is open lo all Morton Grove
residents age 55 und over und costs $795 perperson. Deadline for
deposit is'Moy 2, cull 965-7447 for deludo.
AEROBICS
The Flichinger Srmsr Center in Morton Grove hi the exclusive
site for low impact uerobic exercise for peroonu with
rheumatoid arthritis. The "Arthritis Aerobics" clans cun oc-
$
220Z.
MINELLI'S HOMEMADE
ITALIAN
SAUSAGE
LOUIS RICH
TURKEY
EA. BREAST.
. .J . . I 'SIB
BRICK or
$ I 29
89 MUENSTER
s
I
LB. CHEESE
-
4 1L81'
t75 LITER
BUDWEISER
SCREENING CANCELED
The Diabetes Screeurng normally scheduled to be held os the
first Toesdoy nf every month ist the Flickinger Sexior Center in
Morton Grove, will bt.canceled. The Aste uf the screenisg wan
Tuesday, Muy 3. This service will resume io Jure.
STROH'S
PKGS.
FRESH TENDER
$349
$369
SWEET CORN
foogurLboh5f
.12 OZ.
24
'
4 FORI
CANS
IRO9OOUgI.II
30 P00G.
12 OZ. CANI
BEER
SENIOR POWER
"The l'otiticu of Senior Power" is the title of u lecture to begin
at I p.m. so Tuesday, May 3 ut the Oahtox Community College,
Skohie campus, 77t1 Lincoln une., room 115. George VunDuuex,
Director of Suburban Dperutisn for Cosgreusman Sidoey Yates
und elected Trustee of the Village of Sknlsie will he the guest
speaker. Mr. VaosDssex wtlt discuss how oeoior citizens cao best
exert their growing snflsence on the legislative und political pro-
MAUNA LAI
. HAWAIIAN GUAVA
.
,d'
il.1
'
Aa organizational meeting of the Morton Grove Bridge Club
will be held ut 15:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Muy 4 in the Flickisger
Senior Center. Players do not need partners lo join, and friendly
games ube fellowship will highlight the new liub. For thine who
ELDER ABUSE CONSORTIUM
The Suburban Cook County Area Agency on Aging will hold
the Region III Elder Abuse Comortisms at 9:30 am. on Wednesday, Muy lt is the Morton Grove Village Hall. Cull 559-f6lf for
.
l,7SLiIos
,
$A99
AMARETTO
E-DOLCE
750ML
DRINK
,
s ROYAL STRIPES im o
WINE
CГ”&ERS
.
.
4PKG.
12 OL NTIS,
'CARLO ROSSI
r.. WINE
I:
E&J
View Cosunsimity Center, 965-7447.
NORTHERN
BATHROOM TISSUE
BRANDY
$109
I
750 ML.
.
s ROYAL GRAHAMS
12 On,
RAGU
SPAGHETTI SAUCE
s WITH MUSHROOMS
. WITH MEAT
u PLAIN
-
4PK,
-.
reii
KELLOGG'S
RICE KRISPIES
480Z.
LIPTON
ICED TEA MIX
L605Pl15J
$179
i
The Spirit of Chicago Lahr Michigan cruise trip io filling ap
fast with eager Morton Grove seniors, wooting to enjoy u day on
For mure information aboul these senior services and reerrulion Opppurttnitieu, call Ralph Birsssiogham at the Morton
Grove Semor Hot Line, 470-5223, or Rosee Brenner ut the Prairie
........... OPENPIT...
ORIGINAL
BARBECUE SAUCE
BARTLES Et JAYMES
SPIRIT OF CHICAGO
Broadwuy-btyle reviews, live bands, und of enorse the scenes of
Ihe magnifiers] Chicago Lakeshore. Cult 965-7447 for more informulion.
$1.
Вї:.,
RONEE'S SURPRISE TOUE
Rosee Brenner, Senior Adult Supervisor for the Morton Grove
Park Dintriet will entertain adventuresome seniors to a mystery
day-trip un Tuesday, Muy 24, Ronce deacribes the trip us "murhIe orchard meusdering" as well us a unique lurch but no] in o
restaurant. Fnr more information on coste, wIsst to krieg, ood
biete on the destination call Ronce al 965-7447.
the "big jphv." The July cruise includes gourmet lurch,
s
OR
PASSION FRUIT
.$799j
AMB'UR
EARS
FOR
SALERNO
COOKIES
NEW BRIDGE CLUB
Free hearing testing will be offered by Illinois Hearing
Syslems from IO um. to t p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday,
May lt und 12 in the Flickinger Senior Center. Tests are open te
all Morton Grove residentu and no reservations are required.
,. LB.
CARROTS
LARGE SIZE
BEER
BEARING TESTING
$ I 89
PRODUCE
470-5223.
the Senior Hot Line at 47f-5223.
p'-.
i
ARTICHOKES
Any driver who will soon be required to eexew their drivero
lieeme cue lube advantage of the Flieluinger Senior Center's
"1101es of the Road Review Course" The course will prepare
studenlu to successfully puss their written drivern exam. As
most people boom, the retainrng of the drivers license is vital to
their independence. To oigo sp for the course which begins at
12:30 p.m. os Tuesday, Muy 3, cull the Senior Hot Line ut
ea550t attend the first meeting the club plans to meet euch
Wrdnesdoy'at this bmrvund place. For more 'wformätiôii call
99.
BOLOGNA
HOT OR MILD
s
day und Wednesday. Cult 472-3630 for information about the
LB.
:
OSCARMAYER
LEAN TENDER
is sponsored by Morton Grove's Prairie ViewSenior Truvel Club
asd in among many exciting loues scheduled yeur-rofind by the
3 LBS, OR MORE
LB. ji
YOUNG n TENDER
ROCK CORNISH
LB.
LB,
LEAN
$19
AVG
yesteryear" riding the ruilu through euntern Cunudu, upolute
New Yorh and New Yorh City. The trip begins in Chicogo on
June 13 and chugs along through Toronlo, Montreal, sod New
Yorh with side trips to Niugura Fallo and Quebec City. The trip
more informutiso.
)lMi0.e
5-7 LB
CANADIAN RAIL TOUR
on She basis of population.
t.ocal municipalities iocluded:
Des Plomes, $72,557 and Nilrs,
lu
. .
LAMB
TURKEY
BREAST
I
$399
$
LEG O LAMB . .
NORBEST
LB.
Morton Grove seniors can relive the "thrilling days of
The Politics of
Senior Power
'p'
L
cancer before there's a lump. A muomnngrum'n early detection
cas mahe breast cancer 100% curable. During the'montbsof Muy
Ihe Asuericun Cancer Society han apprsved the Glen-Mm-Inn
Medical Center at 9129 Wuuhegan rd. in Morton Grove for this
scrcening. Fsr an appointment phone 965-3200.-
RULES OF TilE ROAD CLASS
Phosie 9f6-39Гџ0.l'24
PHONE: 986-6440
mansmsgeam is u 15w-dose u-roy that helps reveut breast
comodute 15 to 20 participants und will meel at 4 p.m. each Moo-
$39,705.
MILWAUKEE BALLARD
MAMMOGRAPHY
The bes! weapon against breast conoce in early deteetisn. A
Poehside Senior Services is a
member of the Lutheroo General
Health Core System.
Motor fuel tax
SENIOR CITIZENS
s,
965-4100
f:30-7:3g yes. al Ihe udolt day
,
MAY
4th
POT ROAST
U.S.D.A. WHOLE
GOVT. INSPECTED
MEATS
SALE
ENDS
WED.
USD.ACHOICE
Senior Citizen News
Older Adult Services will be
holding a clìent arS show on
The5lst m,uI Kick-off ofthe Kilghts of Colombos - C. Y. O Youth
Fuod Program woo recently sturted by North Amerieun Murtyro
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COKE - TAB - SPRITE
tra?- ..
320Z.
99
16 OZ
CENTRELLA
BUTlER
$159
u
LB,
w stoseras the tight ro tiv,ii qaanriris, avdeOrrzot e,iot:n g errori
7780 MILWAUKEE AVE.
NILES
120Z.CANS
$329
SALERNO
CRACKERS
N ELLI b ROS I
PHONE: SAT.9to6P.M.-SUN.9tO2P,M.
965-1315
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The Bugle,
April 26, 198
NUes Erister Party
c$jngfes c5cene
APRIL29
ST. PETER'S SINGLES
All singles incited tu these two
dancen : St Peter's Singles
dances, Friday, April 29 at 9 p.m.
al Ihr Fach Ridge VFW Hull,
Canfield and Higgivo. Donations
are $4. Also, Saturday, April 30,
al Ihr St. Nicholas Hall al 816
Ridge, io Ecanston $5 nvlucdes
alt drinks and late butted Also al
S g.m. Fur information, call
334-2589.
Session for singles is al 7:35 p.m.,
Friday, April 29 at What's Cooh-
ing Inn (downstairs Medilarrasean Ruum(, 6107 North Lincoln
Avenue (near l,iocoln and McCormieh Blvd. I in Chicago. Ad-
misnion is $5, For information,
"The idea tor Ihr proiedt
ariginated Ihren yearn ago in
May 15 from 3-5 PM. A dedication
shop au well an an aesthetically
pleasing common area for
residentu and guests," said Myra
ceremany will lahe place al 33O
PM hanaring individuals who
cantrihated.
Take action
to sell your
house.
Find nul huts lits'
CENTuRY 21' Adiro
Warrattly" l,ronttises.0tIr
perforittaner itt selling
your home. Call lntr
details today.
Oniu
WELTER REALTORS.
7514 N. Harlem Aueeae
631-9600
Put yaortrnnl in Namlorr (ter.
.
order tu create a new activity ut-
Assiolanl
Ad-
ministralar. Larry IMeeher, Admtnistratnr, otaled "The Rnlunda area is Iruly the "Huh uf ac-
liviey at the Terrace and canIrihutes to a morn active life fer
Ihr residenlu."
Bethany Methodist Terrace
was established in 1965. The
2g5-hed skilled and intermediate
long term health earefacility in
crrlified fnr Medicare and BIne
Croon and in licensed (nr
reoidenlu an young as II. Addilineally, Bethany Methodist Ter-
race io accredited hy the Jninl
Cammissinn- an Accreditation nf
Haspitals and Hnmes.
Bethany Methodist Terrace io a
division a! the Bethany Methndisl
Health Care Syotem, which ineludes the Methndinl Hanpilal of
Chicaga. a 2Sf-bed general
medical and sargical hnspital at
5O25N. Paulina Street, Cincagn;
and Bethany MethodLt flame, a
289-resident retirement camplex
at 4950 N. Anhland. Chicagn.
Non-smohing almosyhere. Free parhiog io ad-
'-servzce
We went to let you know that we are
here and we know that modern life can
create undue emotional stress and anguish.
benefit from talking to a licensed,
professional counselor concerning marВЎtal. alcohol. drepression or child rearing
problems, call Don Saviano at,..
470-0536 (24 Hours)
6032 W. LINCOLN
MORTON GROVE; ILLINOIS
The In-
Sal., Ma 7 al S p.m. al SI. Ray-
mood's, Etmhocst (53) and
Milburn, MI. Prospect. Munie by
Golden Nuggets, 21 piren band.
Admisniun is $5 for goesln and $4
for members. For information
ALS ГЊ1
Classical Music Rap Sessions
foe singles enables anyone iolerenled in clansicul music an an
tu
ment others with similar tastes in
a nos-lechnical, informal disrunsinn featuring selected recur-
dingo and hooted by u peofessional municiau and teacher.
15:30 0m, at
15,
St.
a U;'..
American Legion Hall,
6145
Demputer St., Mortnn Grove.
Musir hy Dick Wagner from S-II
p.m. an May I. Donation is $3 for
memhers; $4 for guests.
For more infnrmalinn, please
neighborhood renlaueaol
Make reservalionn, or call 951.
6855. Bowling will be Suodur,
May I. Lait 631-0735. Also, wake
renervati050 for Ihn eatecco
dinner fur our June 13 mentis6,
or call 763-5555. Nomeeling iv
wI.
July and Augunl, so pions will
be made for seeing a free ploy
under the slurs io Wilmelle,
arriving early with a picoic
napper. Call 515-6255 for deluiln,
LE
FRYERS
Meat
usDu unwoED COOICE
,
BEEF Ois
call Darathy at 595-5547 nr call the
hal line at 965-573t.
FRESH
illfsrmatiso, call Rase at 447-9112
nr Frank at 763-4752,
FaIllies is Chicago." Admission
$2 iscludeo refreshments, social
Meetings are held at the above
addenso the last Thnrsday uf the
manlk al 7;30 p.m. The Club in-
LOUISIANA
WHITE SHRIMP
MAY13
THE SPARES
Jni,s the Spares Sunday Evening Club's mnntMy card pasty as
May 6, at S p.m. far a pleanant
evening nfparty bridge, pmaeMe,
and fon poker, Sn parthern ce-
5440 N. River Rand, RnsemnnL
The dance in cn-npnmarnd by the
Northwest Singles Aunaclalion,
LacaBan: Den Plaines Cam-
manity Sedar Cestnr,
1949
MAY S
macher, Des Platees (N.E. cnrSer nf macker and Seennd St.;
THE SPARES
4-way. nlap(.Danatinn..$2,5O larmembers ; $3.50 far nasmembers.
Fnr mare infarmaline, call
CIUhWIII beve a-meeting-an-Sun-
Barbara at 853-9631 nr Betty at
Social hnsr at 6n30 p.m. fsllowed
by a meeting la slart at 73O p.m.
The entertainment for the
evening will be Jnel Taylor, Jsg-
TOW SINGLES
mn Spaces Sunday Evening
Dethoster SL, MoRan Greve.
EUBIIUrSI Ramada Inn, Incatnsl
gIer, Magician, Comedian. ills
shun in one of the (wIniest and
entertaining. Refreshments and
nfl
nf
danclngtnllve musaicta fallow tsr
Roosevelt Rd. na Friday May f.
Nn age nr membership rests-Ictines, all s'mglns are welcnme.
Doors apes at8tSO, admission Is
morelnfsnnatlnn, pleanecall Pat
at 394.3494 or call the holline at
53IF Singles will have Sonic
weekly dance and andaI at the
RosIn 83 jsnt north
Ralle 53 jouI
on
005-5736.
13,
The SL Jnllana and St. Jnhn
House of Capelli
8798 W. Denipoler Si.. Nilra
297-9333
TUES. BWED. 9-6 TOURS. S FAI. 9,5:30; SAT, 9.5
Men'. Hair Styling,
Weinens Hate Styling
Rag. $19,NOW *13 nenner
MATRIX ExopualoN
PERMANENTWAVE5
Reg. $55, NOW *40
n sues,, ni
STYLING INCLUDED
Deli
TUESDAYS A SATURDAYS
LEARN TO DANCE COMPANY
Leans ta Dance Company far
singles will ment at 11 n.m. an
Morn than jast a dance cloua,
singles can gaIn aelf-cnafidence,
exercise and ment new penple In
a supportive, relaxaI, and friend-
.
ECKRICH
SMOKED
SAUSAGE
nEEF '2.15 LB
i LO eva
SUNDAYS
SUGAR & SPICE
Sagnr & Spice sponsors a cam-
pllmnntary faI buffet and 13.1
music for dancing Sundays,
53tf-ll at October FIve Supper
Club, Dempnter In Waukegan
Road (NW Career) In Mactan
3
CAN
SHAMPOO e
'8.50
4
La
COUNTY LINE
MOZZARELLA
spouse la ta talk with athers wha
bave buen widowed. Our sspport
graups are geared ta help yas
deal with these feelings and then
ta mnve sIsead and begin ta
rebuild ans- life. Our prnfoaslnnal
group loaders have abon ex-
porienced Ihn trauma al
widowhood, Grnap meotingS are
held one conning a week in a
Sknkle sud there Is a feo nf $55
por session. l'nr las-thor bofas-nItotian, call 907.5759 sr 432-5511.
NANCY MARTIN
-''
WHITE
BREAD
Grocery
$,1991
19
rn Oz Ceri.
cunan on sMALL cono. LowFuv
HERITAGE HOUSE
COTTAGE
CHEESE
nr,,,s,rsRRa,,,sunrawm
69
HI LLSH IRE
-FГ„RM '
2 La CAN
ELECTn1C, OEOOLA6 On 001F
vO
2urr2 OZ Cuss
nEuui_ne OR Dire
-
FOLGERS COFFEE
PEPSI 'COKE
BACON
$369
.RC 'DIET RITE
989
$499
I
Grave, Open to ali aingles age 32
and up. Music tram the 40'#tO's,
15-easy casual attire, Adasisalan
$5.50, cash bar. Fur jatas-castIna,
devsatatlng onperlence, sad the
grieving ps-scesa can be Isnely
and ISOlating. One way to seer-
'.- 'l.n2,J "!
NEW AT DOMINICK'S...
Ip stnsnSphero,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
thst come after the destin nf a
"Joy"
BROCCOLI
39l
KRAKUS
CELi
HAM
Inc infn.
come the overwhelming feelln'ga
Aak
For
FRESH
NAVEL
ORANGES
in oz. LOAF
reslciclians, all sisglen are
welcome, Doors open at 6-30,
admiusion is $5. Callr 409-4003
The lass at a spouse in a
Brehenf Widnwn and Widowers
CaurOoNlu
u LB MO tARSE sIZE 'iii Ea.
Ne age nc mnmberohip
WIDOW/WIDOWER SUPPORT
MAYS
La
EIC000 LAnGE O1ZE
89
call Eilen at 635-9372.
WIDOW! W1130 WER
0
No'ldh-. of
$5. Callt4Sg-9003 far laIn.
MAY 7
BICOLOR caeN
Roosevell Rd. un Friday May
day, May S, Mnther's Day, at
American Legins Hall at 6140 W.
WHErE OR
BLADE
POT ROAST
DIRECT FROM THE GULF,..
week prags-am 'o $35. For bofarmallan, call 075-3244.
call 725-3300.
La
TGIFSINGLES
'l'DIP Singles will have Iheir
weekly donen antIsocial al Ilse
Elmhocot Ramada Inn, lscated
and 7t35 p.m. an
Young Suburban Singles, and 'Saturdays
Tuesdays
at
Centre Eaut, 7301
Singles & Campsssy. Admiuninn
Uncnln
Avesse,
Skshin. A sixwill be $7. Fnr mare lnfnrmatinn,
qwred, refreshments nerved.
5I9'
'
uso.. GRanEO CHOICE
BEEF ceuCis FlouT Cnr
nEwOLEsO. sHELL-ON sn,oI Co
with the Ove munie nf Sierra al
5:30 p.m. an Satsrday, May 7, aI
CUT.UP or SPLIT
EA.
3'yellow CorГ±В°
FRYERS
uleis will speak an "Jews and
the Hnliday loIn O'Hare Kennedy,
MAY 6
LB.
mission in $4. Free parking and
free refreshmestu. Far additlanal
All singles are invited ta the
Cambisind Club Singles Dance
r1n394
-
LГ©
$929
MAY11
JEWISH PROFESSIONAL
Jewioh Profespisnal Singles
(ages 25-551 will meet Wed-
follows.
Produce
RIB ROAST
Devon. Chicags. Salumon Gut-
COMBINED CLUB SINGLES
HEAD
LETTUCE
Brebeul Church avg Brunch st
of Columbus Hall, 527 SesSo York
Road, Elmhnrsl, Live moule. Ad-
year.
Future dances are held ns the
first Saturday nf each month, All
are welenme.
LARGE SIZE
Johc
u
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THIS SALE STARTS THURSDAY!
Tom Forbes will lewd un io o
night of renewal, Sunday, Msr
neutlay, May Il, OrfO p.m. al
AG. Beth Israel, ' 3635 W
MAY1
s viten all single and widawed
Catholic men and warnen seer 40
THE SPARES
An entra dance for the month of la attend and jale. DIses are $12 a
May al the Morton Grove
sei asta utlusnay A. nana
p.m. Monday, May S io Ihr ccv.
venl lounge uf SI. Juliaoa Chur.
cli, 7250 N. tlseeola Avr
Evening of Recolleclion" . Fr
call 875-4426, Refreshments and
cash bar.
(ACTS) will hunt a dance for all
singlen over 45 from S-12 p.m.
Salurduy, May 7, at the Knights
Reg. $15 , NOW *10 ison.
First Consultation free with this ad.
Singlen (4l-t5)
joining loI.
CATHOLIC ALUMNI CRIS
A Square Dance far single
So. if you or your fanily members could
IN.BETWEENERS
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
Our Lady of Guadalbpe Singlen
4W5.
("oun5eling
sut required. For
more information, call 726-5735.
quired.
lice, volunteer center and gift
Webster,
perieOce in
Support Droop meetivy, 7-71
call 27g-37g2. Nu reservaliunu re-
inlegrul purl of human life
An Open House will he held at
Bethany Melhadinl Terrace Nursing Hnme, 8425 N. Wanhegan
Road, Morton Grave, an Sunday,
member admission in $6.
Precious square dancing ev-
our annual "Big Sand Dance" on
The nest Clasuical Munie Ray
Bethany Methodist Terrace
open house
N. Linden (liA blocks south of
Nurlh Ave.(, in Oak Park. Non-
Betweevers Singlen Club wilt boul
CLASSICAL MUSIC RAP
The NOes Park Districts Youth Easter Party roel with s urr005 on
Saturday Marnh 26. Chddren participated n an egg hunt and sau u
real tine play at Ballard School. Pictured with Parhoumntisstoncr
Elaine Beinen arc winners ut the Easter E55 Hunt and Jelly Bean
content.
yuung adults, ages 21-38, will be
sponsored by the Catholic Alumni
Club at t p.m., Saturday, May 7,
te the St, Gileu School Gym, 1131
The angle, Tharaday, April 25, 1599
ULTRA
PAMPERS PLUS
DIAPERS
$959'
LOOK FOR THIS TAG
IT POINTS THE WAY TO
EXTRA SAVINGS!
ame (lie esas.. st 1h. year,
masa di nerentmseuteatu vers end
suppliers after dIemaste and
allen canee In IsmInInk's,
95w nur "SuNaS ate
Pn050A Mwlilanabla Dsmlnick's
ta raes (bss. using. alsna
dinastie Is'surcoStsme
we will idantita the.. "BONUS
nne" spealela with elgs apnl.i
helf lage and Uthnrspaelal
materl.imthat surco,tsm crecen
rendilo tak..dn,etaaa st hes.
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J
Dr. Tigay
to present lecth.re
Church & Temple News
Israel At Forty
presents musical
group
Special Papal blessin
The ArchOeological Evidence
For Mnnotheipni", a ollde show
Celebration Doy at the Noeth
Jewiob Learning al 745 on Tuesdoy, May 10 01 the Hiles
Township Jewish Congregation,
Soborban Synogogoe Beth El,
1175 Sheridee Rd. io Ilighlond
Dr. Tigay, a prominent and na-
ageo during loroel Fomily
I-
tionaly acclaimed authority on
s p.m.
The innovotive musical group
Bible studies, will prove through
despite the
the concept nl one God was-
welcome to moot at the gyni entrance at 7 am. on Saturday May
always present io the lifestyles of
ancient brachten. He will point
ont that numen nach as Joel and
Lowrates
JoГ±athao inelode the name nf
Admiring u special Pupal bleooiog are Il - r)I Peter Rosin, enecotive director al Jobo F. Kennedy Medical Cenlcr; Roter MaryEdward, CR., general cooncillnr of the Siolers nf the Renorrecl,on
from Rome; and Sislcr Bonavenlure, CR., president of Renorrec.
CALL ME
tion Health Cure Corynrotion.
MTJC
FRANK
PARKINSON
Michelle Raffe!. dsoghter of
7145 MILWAUKEE AVE.
Alan and Leslie Raffe!, will
celebrate her Bat Mitovah el
881ES. IL 68648
Mame Township Jewish
967-5545
grcgation. 8800 Bollard Rd , Dro
Plaines on Friday evening, April
29 ut irlo p.m.
Rcginlrtioo for Full 1188 coo-
Con-
tinaco for the early childhood
cooler. There will be classes for
mother-toddler und nuroery
ochool.
For ioformution call Marge
Baker, Director, al 297-2098.
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l) sciccI a l'isei \AIL' InsIcill slci
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because it il 1cv clic',
lIfe f1iiiiily's WI Irry md c,sii Il',lliI I
of iîìalciiig hnil ,irraliclllcIit',
ill 7 tIllic of gricf .iiiil cluhll ji,ii,il SI IC',',
It 11Sf) pr()Iiiiscs yllul IIIVCd IIГЊC',
peace lIt iiiind
1)CC,IUSC lhCy kIl(IW yllu
have plllIiIiccl .Ihcad w I Ill
the prufcssillll.Il uIdIIIiCc I!
that the concept of monotheism
was ut the root of these people's
livesaodthe monotheistic society
dates back to the earliest point io
.
time.
Dr. Tigoy heads the Department of Ortnnlal Studien at the
Eintov Avenoe United University of PeoosylvaoiГЎ and
Methodint Charrh, 5850 N. ElnIon wilt he issuing a commentary on
Ave., will begin Christian Deoler000my for forthcoming Bi.
Christian
Aerobk Classes
Aerobic danses on Toenday, May
hie traoolottoo lo he poblished by
3 from 9:30 am. till l03O am.
The classes will he held on
Senior Unity
Taendayn and Thursdays for a 6
weeh seosion. Cost nl the 6 weeh
session, pnyable al the first seo-
Mass
nine, in $30 withoot child care and
$36 with child care.
The clamen will be taught by
Jayney llcondiff, who io a profen-.
Sional aerobics iotroclot with
over 10 yearn of leaching ex.
perience in the health and enercisc field. Plan to wear comfortable clothing, aerobic oboes and
bring a towel. (lt in always
recommended that you gel ynor
physician'o approval before starting a fiNcas program.)
Il you are interested in joining
the clamen or have soy queutions,
picone cootiltfthГЄ chuГ‘h office
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month, the Chicago Senior Senate
and Catholic Charities ore opon.
soring
the seventeenth anooal
Senior Unity Mass on Thursday,
May 5, at If a.m at-Holy Nome
Coihedral, 732 N. State St. The
Most Reverend Thud Joseph
Jokubownki, o new auxiliary
bishop of Chicago, will be Ike
malo celebrant. The Reverend
Edwin M. Conway, administrator
of
Catholic Charitien alatI priests
will cnneelebroto the maso.
Refreshments will be served in
thecatftedroLcoortyord following
AI! Saints
faiths are welcome.
Las Vegas Nite
otan All Suinta Apootolic Church
Lao Vegao Nite, Sutsrday, April
30.
Poker. blachjach, Keno,
necessary. Senior citizens of all
For more information cull John
Carlin at 465.3055, cnt. 15.
Regina MotherDaughter Mass
Regina Dooliotcan High School
will celebrate its annoal Mother-
Daoghter Maso and breakfast at
roulette, money wheel games ore
available, with cash winnings.
Admission - $2.50....dooro open
10 am. Snoday, May t in the
auditoriom at 701 Locust
Glenview.
Knich are ce-chairing the event,
al f pjss. l7Ot N. .0r000d,
Dr. Jeffrey Tigay
the Jewish Publication Society st
America,
Ttcheto for the sfide oksw and
-
For more information or reservotions call Bob Piton 566-2069,
Hank Manifs 966-5841 or Andy
Beinrwaltes at 967-8976.
-
lecture are lit apiece, Senior
Rd.,Wilmette.
Dtanepieketl and
for clergy
night of tIse prngram. Special
group rotes . are available nod
The Illinois Department of
Public Health and the AIDS
may he had by calling the Dawn
Schwnan Itttitote at 945.1383.
Pastoral Care Nnlwork has 00-
osooced a series uf seminars
designed to mohilize more
Congregation
Kol Emeth
memberu uf the Clergy in as elfort to provide AIDS educalioo
and cuomeltzsg.
The first three seminars arelo
O,00loay 56,-470e /
3019 W Pctc,00,, 562.1590 I 5 Meourab Chapels
9200 N Scour OWl! 610.474e
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3I, CITY 56 655
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Hispanic communities.
ThГ© Ministers' Conference nl
Cisicagu and Vicinity and the
course, refreshnsents, Dnsatton
io only $3. For more information
contact the Synagogue office,
Chicago Board uf Rabbis are
assisting in the planning of the
673-3375, (Ltcense Ne. CG-221),
inter-denominational worhshops.
The seminars are open to inlerested clergy of all faitto.
Additional semioars are being
planned, for downstate Illinois,
Sisterhood will hold itoMother's Day Sabbath on Saturday, May 7. flervicen wtll start at
E)20 am., fhllliisisÇby lan'cbeoii
-wilbnitooasd dates to to --annonoccd toter.
hnnortng mothers, grand-
St.
mothers, aunts, daughters and
sons. $5 per person. R.S.V.P. to
Sisterhood President, Adelino
Sloan, 676-5052 or the Synagogue
office.
A mont welcome visit to CongregatioO Kot Emeth by Rabhi
.
Albert Slomovttn, Lieutenant
Commander, Chaplain Corps,
Qazotionz AboUt Fonn,oI Coot,?
Facto About Fovn;uI Sotvicn
a remembrance uf Jesus meeting
is
Nues Community Beth Emet
The Free
Church
Worship Service at Niles Cammnoily tSureh, 7401 Oabton St., Synagogue
aol. celebrating' Huly Comino-
Beth Emet The Free
Synagogue, 1224 Dempster
zion with our Interim Fautor,
Rev. Charleo G. 'lopE in the
Service un Friday, April 29 at
Hiles will he held on May I at IO
paoytng military personnel on octive duty, will he on Friday, May
-
5.30 p.m. $7.59 per person.
iraIsArthcttis Aclion Group
hold its neot meeting on Wcdocs-
doy, Ma3t 4, at 7ISS pm. al Arthritis & Physical Therapy Sorvices, 6955 West Toohy
Ave,Cbicags.
ward" will he presenled by
Lowell Scull Weil, DEM. t,oweil
SestO Weil, D,P.M. is a licensed
podiatrist in privase practice m
Des Plaines.
- The council concept io designed
to develep improved pohlic
understanding nod to preside
assistance Io persono with orthritiu, the nation's number one
-
and Cantor Barry SrhechIcc pro-
vide Ihe spiritual leoderohip o)
Coogregi'alioo Kol Emeth. Dr.
David M Rosen is the Prenldeol
-
Sanctuary Choir will rehearse al
9:306- lUll am.
Daring the wok there will he a
U.P.W. Board meeting un Mooday, May 2 al Ihe home of Marion
Wrslberg; airo there wiil be a
Pulpit Nominating Comiosiltre
meeting at IIM p.m. at ihr
church. On Tuesday at l;30 p.m.
В°
Wednesday at tI38 p.m. the
the Samios will mol nod
Dearom will meet,
.
crippling disease. Refreshments
will he semai. No reuervatiom
are required. Interested persom
are loviled to call Ms. Susan
Weiss, R. N. at 1t2-763-t605.
contacting the chairperson
Helen Farrell, 3540 N. Oucents
Avenue, who in assisted by
-
Traditional world renown
salada are being featured. A
Iwo components, a conomnoicotinos unit by pushing a button on
the pendant they wear. Voice-tovoice range is approximately 20
IerI.
TIsis special system alluws the
potienl and the support center to
talk hack and forth as if they
were io the saine roam. Il the
caller is anublo to speak, the
Communi-Call speralor will initiate no alternate plan previously ehnoen hy the patient.
ministratnr nf Geriatric ller'vices
"Corrisvuoi-CalI subscribers arr
encouraged to call werhly.
Because they use the system
regularly, Ihey become mvre
familiar WIlh the operators 0011
are more confident IO Ihe
seis-lcr
Memorial will
preside Comtnooi-Call
to
qualified patieots for $35 a
monib. A hospital represestativr
will install the syslem in the pa-
liest's home nod provide the
small wearable transmitter so a
chain. The patient wilt also beinstructed in how to use the equipment. If you would like to learn
more absut the servire, call the
Commnoi-Call coordinalor at
(312) 868-3048, Monday through
Friday, from 9 sm. to 4 p.m.
Am1tngs,
Spring Tomato Sale
St.,Evannton, will bold Shahbat
5.35 p.m. Rabbi Peter S. Knuhel
will give D'var Torah and Cantor
Jeffrey Klepper will assist with
the services. An Oneg Shabbal
MIRACLE GRO
PLANT FOOD
will follow. The community is woiled.
AShahbat Mioyan is held every
gordenieg needs
Enough so teed on entIre
Saturday morning at 5.38 am.
OnГџalobday, Aprii3O,-msrning
services will begin at 16-35 am.
and wifi include the Bat Mitzvah
Proven fontiliarr lar sil
-
review of the
musiisg play
"Social Security" aiS follow the
luncheon, and wifi he given hy
Lila Letelsioger. The proceeds
will benefit the many Episcopal
Churchwomen's prajecto. Tickets.
can he purchased at the door,
4" TOMATO PLANTS
Nansmd io pnrfeciiefl in
Amlings' own genceh000co
ensote troce 11ml qsaliry.
ga,d es I
t i /2 Ib. box
Large selcvr,on .nic EDO
mg. 54.69
uf Usa-Kahn daughter of Lee and
Brigitte Katz.
Beth Emet's Mini-Walls for
Israel will lake place an Sunday,
May 1, during Religious School
boors - 10 am. thmu 12930 p.m. It
you would like to help please call
the Synagogue.
Richard's salad br
Carolyn flavors.
(fermerly the Maine Township
Arthritis Action Canoed) will
dancers, on Saturday, May-7, al
through 5th Graders will he held
concurrently with the 10a.m. Sor-
Went Devon Avenue, Chicago.
Tickets are only $6 per person,
The Northwest Chicago/Sohne-
6 ., Cungregatios Kai Emelhta- pleased to hove memhers of the
United Staten military join them
al religious services at tisis time
pulpit. At lisis Service Elders and
Deacons will he installed. Church
and reservations can he made by
Arthritis Action
Group meeting
United States Navy, and secam-
Rabbi Bernard A. Musosoan
Fo,sI Pto-At,aoonweot
The seventh station
Veronica, ose of Rib friends, who takes her veil and leto Him wipe
His face. Jesus returned the veil with an imprint of His face un it.
Pictured are Tiemsy Sepalveda whu tush the part of Jesus, Crystal
Miller as Veronica and Edward Kowalewski, one nfthe bystanders.
Makeupa party aisdhring your
friendo on Friday, May t3, lo a
Salad Bar at noun al St.
Richard'nEplscopal Church, 5151
78 2 mILwaLrnec AVENUE
SILES ILLINOIS
PAMPHLETS AVAILABLE
His love for us.
vice. Care for 2-year aida and
younger will he provided. The
evening of fmi and entertainmeni, join lin Jarcio, teacher
and caller, and all the onxi000
966-7302
Just before Easter, Ihr first graders of St. John Brebeul School,
with the direction o! Iheir teachers, Sheila Harrington and Miss
Moran, reesacted the Way of the Cross of Jesus. In atlendanec
were the estire student body, many parento and grandparents who
prayed with the first graders as they relived une way Jesus showed.
May 15 at Emanuel Cengrrgatien, a synagogue on the city's
North Side; and Jonc 9, at Casa
Central, a Christian social 0ervice agency is soc of the city's
religiom nod social evenid.
To start with, CongregaSen Kai
Emeth will present its Las Vegas
Nile on Saturday, April 35, from
S30 p.m. to midnight. There will
he door prizes, fon br aS and, of
And, if you enjoy square doncing. if pos like la de-si-dolor an
SIC AJA
The hume system consists ol
School classes for 3-year nids
"Potting Your Best Fool For-
In Florid.,
staffed by trsioed professionals.
Church un Chicogs's Sooth Side;
vices wifl start at 5.35 p.m.
.tienonaIi C/tape/i
within seconds. The center iv
hmy during the neta few weeks
and will offer o variety of
Temple6 Missionary Baptist
two-way voice cusnhtilOilcO'
monitored by Commosi-CoIl, will
potthe user in voice contact with
a 24-hnur service soppOrt center
he held on April 29 attIse Gospel
ohoerves Anncd Forces Day in
the month of May.Reigiom ser-
oiIjVS7iI\Г§C
A
lins nyslem, manufaclurrd and
Congregation Kai ErneSt, 5120
West Toohy, Skokie, will be quite
inasmuch as our country
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AIDS educatioH
citizens may purchase tickets for
$7.50 and students for $5. Tickets
may he purchased at the door the
Catholic Charities, and
the Mass. Ticheto are oat
fun aod good food at the Asine-
llth1
To marh senior citizen's
at 775-1399 before April 27th.
Vos are invited lo an evening of
-frft
God and were given to children to
pruine God.
Other ortifacto will hsdicote
14,
once a year for emergencies,'
said Donoa Dark, program ad'
help immediately if it is nrrded.
items, fsr the Huly Nome lahle.
Any parishioner or member
willing to assist snttissg up is
nyntenis are used on the aveeagr
who live alone ant' need the
assurance that they cati reach
9 p.m. to accept any dsnaled
Using ГЎrchaeological documeo-
that these commasicativn
ronumunicolionn syntrm for ill,
hondicopped or elderly persono
the main gym entrance, from 7 to
worshipped other gods or broke
the second commandment.
Nafional studien have sbus-s
Memorial
Northwestern
Hospital is offering a special
clothing to new-jeam, T. shirts,
socks, you name it we may have
it.Vendsrs will also be scHlag
new jIcos.
On Friday night Muy 13, the
men of the Society will meet at
talion, Dr. Tigay will prove thai
make State Farm
homeowners
insurance
a good buy.
system for the home bound
ages sod interests. Come lo
clothe Ihe family from used
ahcrrstion of the
"Golden Calf", few Israelites
styles, mcloding kleomer und
rock 'o' roil, and performs across
the United StatS. Moot of their
other compuoitiom are writteo by
Bobbie Solomon, o ceotor.
Way of the Cross
A potpourri of goods will he
avaiohle to please buyers of all
evidence from ancient Israelite
inscriptioiss and ortifacto that,
bleods o variety of monicol
New communication
planning to display their wares.
A nominal admissiez charge of
50 cento will admit the boyer too
fun-filled shopping day.
4500 W. Dempoter, llhnkie.
Pork, on Soodoy, hoy 1 freno 1 to
The 8th annual Sopor Flea
Market sponsored by St. John
Reenacting the
am, to 3p.m. Advance roomstinos are flece050l'y for setiers
ochotor and Rabbi, Dr. Jeffrey
Ttgay, will be sponsored by the
Dawn R. llchuman Institute for-
spark and delight ootheniles of oil
SiB Holy Name
Flea Market
Brnheuf Holy Name Society will
he held on Saturday, May 14 from
"You llhall Have No Other Godo
and lecite-e by prominent Bihtieal
The mesic of the JewiohMnericae boed "Sofern" will
s,
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The Bugle, Thuredey, ApeO 20, 5000
ne Ragte, flaruday, April 28, 1099
9?em emt,4erin 2'CoL4 er
Gknvi4w
Antiques Show
your
love for Mom.
Mark your calendars now for
the 37th Annual Giroview Antiqarn Shaw, sponnored by the
available al the varioas bake
unlm that will take place doily.
three-day eveot wiT he held Tuesday, May 3, 5 to 9 p.m., Wedneaday, Moy 4, lO3O ato. to 9 p.m.,
be good for all three days of the
roomn an you View the dinplayn of
the more than
Send the FTD Preervc Jar
Bouqart.
Morher Wrek begiaa May 2.
II,sr cafl or visir us today.
Cr&i, Cn1t O,da,,bv Pt'ow
._7opwer creen
FLOWERS and GIFTS
8118 N. Mwaijkee Ave.
Miles. II 60MB
carefullyneleeted dealers. Country und
primitive uutiqnm, qaitln, solcher
were and furniture, antique glana
35
colledions, art worku, jewelry,
old tunIs, Anserieun brilliant col
gluau, European und American
'lt-euuure Trove will allwo have
un outatunsjing diuplay nf antique
und culledllbteu fur you to chame
from.
Relvo in the church's newly
refurbished dinIng room, with a
delicious lunch or dinner,
prepared und nerved by the
tanseo
tadim of the Woman's Amortilion, or enjoy u neromplinan
eans,U4
Women Helping Warnen at lt
am. na San., May I, at the
Oaklon Itecreation Center, 4701
purchased at the chnrch office for
W. Ouhiun, Shohie.
su until Friday, April 25. Ample
Lsrraine Mnrrsy, 0CC history
and political science inatructor
will discuss whether coudilious
free pnrhiog in available.
Proceeds received by the
Woman'a Asnoeiatian from this
year's eveot svitI again benefit
many Chicaga-arila charities.
- fur women lace really improved
from 1940 until the present.
Language
development for
your toddler
vices director al Thureh di
Lot-el
Who Lave Too Much" and how
women can chAnge their feelings,
Wsmon Helping Wameu is a not
Some very simple strategies
paresIa can nnetapromote begin-
ning language development.
language tectnre sponsored by
the VtP progrum.
mia lecture will be held in the
VIP claunroom ut Melzer School,
540g N, Oriole, Morton Gruye ut I
p.m. an Thursday April
280
The VIP program is a psbtic
iLu..
EARLY BIRD SALE
FOR MOTHER'S DAY
April 18th thw April 30th
school sponsor-ed eurty internenlion prngrum for children ander
the age of three. The VIP Stuff
cars evaluate your child and proande therapy to improve your
ctsild'n development,
For more information on the
VtPprogramptease call 966-2911.
EPLC Women
Erbens Park Lutheran Ctsnrch
LINGERIE
SWEATERS
Values to $30.00
Now Only $3.88
Values to $38.00
Now only $4.88
Women will meet for their
regular monthly meeting on
Thsuv., May 5, ut l23O p.m., io
the South Hull 5f the church, 6626
N. 011phunt.
The ladim will have an easy
way to shop without going tu the
Sheila White, duugbteruf Mes, Mary White nf Ubertyvflie and
Philip Zielionki, nun uf Mr. & Mr. Leonard ZfeIinuM of NiOto, were
stilted in marriage ou Saturday, February 6 at the humo-of the
groom in Richmond, illinois.
The bride wore a,eige chantilly lace, three qanrter length dress,
lrimmed with peafs; muichiug shoes und Tiara,
Among Use invited qeests was oueofthe bride's toursisteru, 6-um
Denver, Colorado and the groom's 9? year old grandfather,
The reception mua held ut The Millos Nippersink Creek in Richmond, illinois.
The happy couple honeymooned in Minnesota and Wisconsin for
the winter spurts.
Mothers
association book
awards
Mathers Associutios Book
Awurdu will go to 173 University
5f tilinuis freuhmeu wha earned
straight Au during the fuit
semester.
Among the winners urn: Oes
Plaines - Kevin Ftorey, Mortun
Grave - Sam Vargheue, Pork
Ridge - Cheryl BoB und Owen J,
Bayou tif, Skokie - Dun-Han Uning.
The unnociation will honor the
winners ata Moms Weekend bun-
. White Blazer
Now ГІnly $3.88
Charlan Women's Fashion Shop.
donate 19 to euch student's high
Modela wilt he membre-n of the
EPLC Women's Cireten.
sehuol library far the put-rJsue uf u
book in the student'n name.
quet
Aprii
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prices.
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NuES, ILLINOIS
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te
Closed Monday
Tues-Fv
Sat
.
.
11 00 fo 3O
10.00 fo 4OO
"Reflections" uf the past, peesent and future are lu atore for
those attending the fourth annual
Forget-Me-Nut Brunch and
Fashion Show, nponuoresj by the
Women's Network uf Lutheran
Social Services uf illinois (L9SI),
The
event,
entitled
"Reflections", will he held on
Saturday,Mny7 at the Oak Brook
Marriott Hotel, Proceeds benefit
the 155g adoption, eltlldreu'a day
care und fouler care programs,
Karen Feri-ajolu, Den Platean,
in the gmeral cbaln,seraon of this
year's event beglimle. at 11:30
am, wIth brunch served at noon,
Among the prizes to l given
away are a one-of-a4bsdorea rig
DES PLAINES MALL
S.397O
valued at Bi,500; a uappblre and
diamond pendant from Dennis
Lumpert JeWelers, valued at
B450t and nevera) "eucape"
weekends at nome of the area's
CANCUN
moot posh hotels,
TIckets for the brunch and
fashion show are $25 each and
can he reuerved by callIng
(312)8244665,
i NIGHTS
ticipasla should bring a bag
tВ°ediatrsc nurse Jayne Mas (right) given u diaper changing
lunch. Cost is $3 for members uud
$5 for non-members.
lesson to St. Francio Hospital's "Snper Sitter" class. More that 30
baby-sitters graduated trum the baby-sitting program designed to
improve child care shills and help sitters prevent accidenta and
handle emergencies. Hands-sn irabsiug was also provided by local
paramedics and fire fighters.
Dedication of
Baby Gym at
Kaplan JCC
EPIC MotherDaughter
bГ©nquet
The family uf Brandon Scott
Schwarm, the fose year old
Chicago boy who was killed an
Mother's Day, Muy il, 1966, at
Jewish Waldheim Cemetery in
Plans are underway far the
Edison Park Lutheran Church
Forest Park, wben a large
formed the Brandon Scott
Schwurta Memorial Fand.
Brandan attended nursery
school at the JCC in Chicago, aod
an a rosolI, his family have furniuhed the JCC in Skohie with the
Brsndon Baby Gym so that olher
children muy ab able to enjoy the
JCC as be did.
Two years luter, the Baby Gym
is sow complete and hin family
will be holding a Dedication aod
Unveiling of the Baby Gym, to
honor his memory, on Sunday,
Muy 15,
H000riums or Memorial curda
are available through the Brun-
don Scott Schwartz Memorial
FnГ±d, P.O. Bon 4151, Norlhbrook,
illinois 60065-4151, for you lo
'Pu, oamnn huma so anuble unnapuon
r. Fu, bushings within na
doy, uf depsrss,o udd 010 pse pereso,
All prise, nubiens tu
7Г¬omsoii
Vacations.
66 take ele.
fr& tu eeeloy pour.g,
. Evanston Huapital and was
welcomed hume by IsIs 20-month-
old sister, Abigail Rachel.
Mr. Kramer Is a popular
Skakle-baued
muaidan/bandleader who said his
fient gift Lot- bio new oon wan a
trumpet...for futuro une.
quet. Men nf the congregation
will pretare und serve dinner at
6-Mpm. ouFriday, Muye, inthe
Muy O at 10:15 um, Reservatinsu
North Hull of the cburcb, 6626 N.
are required. c3siidren of the
Oliphaut. Beservationa msut be
Rabbi Ira Sud Religious School si
Congregation Ezra-Soabanim will
made. Tickets are $6.
Special gnosIs, the Aeusstrnng
sisters Becky and Jenny, will pre-
pravide musical eutertuinment
for their parents and breakfast
seul their prngcam "Story Tell-
The Toludah Club of NA'AS#AT
(formerly
tISA
Pioneer
ed. Ali orders must be piueed by
May 1.
Wsmen/Na'amat) will be selling
lovely mum plants in foil wrap-
ped 6" diameter puts for
Mother's Day gift giving. The
NA'AMATUSA Tsludah Club in
u group of young women ist
work to provide u network of
cost is $7.50 und the plants will be
edacationul and nuciat services
delivered to your door on Friday,
May 6 in the early afternoon, A
gift enclosure card will be pravid-
for children, youth und women Jis
lavavi. For more 'usformutiun,
please call Judy al 297-7875
F)!t.
ORT outi,ng
(Organisation for Rehabilitation
through the urna. Becky and Jeu-
through Training! will hold au
evening at Muywssd Park, on
ny bring their individadl artistic
development to blend with their
Saturday April 30. The evening
will include u dinner and
shared musical huchgraand.
Cull Ike Edison Park Lutheran
clubhome admission to the racetrack. Cost fur the evening svitI be
(Starch office (ftt-915l) for moro
infonnatisn und for whom lu cnntact foc reservutiuns.
$35 per couple.
Fsr more information, please
voti 076-4076.
Flotan
t-Mot-,
The Sandstone Chapter of
Wumes's American ORT
formed as part of the family act
ducing the 60's and 70's. They
have both been active in the petand in education
toeming
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ENDURING GIFTS FOR ENDURING LOVE
Muthu,'s 0'v in u pnrfnnt time tu dussht mur mifu, ynue morve, nr
Onu, mnthnri,.Iom with eu uud,,ing nies ut non juwsiro. Enn.ytimu sho
Wn,rn it it will remind hn, ut onus luso.
Hnort.,hupnd inmnsry in sou uf thu moot pnpulur musito rhi n toscos
'.whut hosto, sift rs nmphaniuu Onu, tnunogs nnlissru nr buid hsurO
chupos io nilanr sod unid daonlios trum pnnduets nrnsrriogt sen e
plou,,og gift tu, Mother's liv. Culnrsd gnmstuuus, tinO punu
dinerondu n, punti solustorn d tuguthur tu turm n heart neo s pnrteot
Ledany-Secretury al 565-4555 or
svmbnl toe rho usnunino.
uhnw tho woman io 055e 50e how mnnh ysu nues with u pr000nel sift
525-2525.
ut unbred stuns hesdn. Blush noyu bsud culturo stein steung with
pourin neo anlussinshuoun mese with scything. Lapin, indu ne cone
qnoeta ste grout gifts that nun he wore everyday.
SJB Women's
Club speaker
A Mothor'o Dun rlsg, psodunt or branulot IB 5 alIt WhIch cao bn poso'
ad trum une g000rotino to t ho neon Flonleweiry lifts, if proparin tskqn
On Tuesday, May 3, Ike SI.
nota uf, will met Onu' shut ens,. Sash inwulry, mheo sat with rink
John Bcebenil Calbnlic Women's
Club bus scheduled Ms. Adrienne
cabina . nnpphlrnn sr ometuld, will bu troagura d tnt many lifetimes. How
ptnod y ouate sr the titi sooeetru ho riog von, uraedtuthne nava your
stuodwuthur, ont isst bOnuun o ut its bnuutv but bsnouaa st the inno Ir
to rrnnao tad.
as
with individuals and groaps since
196f on issnes of sIrens reduction,
memory and conecoleation, nonsmoking, depression, wakeful
dreaming and o'eight covtrul
The Center far Ethical Hypnosis
in locsled in Nues.
The prograso will begin si 7:30
p.m. io flanagan Hall, 0301 N.
Harlem Ave., Hules. Tisis in-
lereoting and infornialiv.e program io oyen lo Ike pabliC, and all
ace invited lo attend.
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Finn juwniry it a gito that 110 garn. Lnt us hair you chuono the bunt
qnul5-j sift uuirahla ta, sour uiniog tut Murhnt'n 05v.
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participants. Call the synagogue
for more iofurmutiun,
ing ti Song." Theo- parents,
George and Gori-y Aensutong. are
well-benson Chicago foth singers,
and the sedeen (ruveled and per-
malins please coolact Laura
stress management, improving
nu
The Men's Club of Cougregulion Enra-Hahonim, 2620 West
Tushy, wilt hunt a free Mother!u
Day Breakfast os Slother's Day,
Warnen's Mother-Doughier Ban-
Mum plants benefit sale
.
Jack and Pamela Kramer of
Mureh 16, The baby was brtnat
Mother's Day
Breakfast
Anynne requiring more jofor-
a graduate uf Northwestern
University, has been working
uf a non, Franklin David,
For other infurmatisu call
EsteSe Weiss ut 490-2965.
lfu'oagh a charitable dsualiOn.
Kramers welcome
baby boy
Skukin boraine the prend paresIa
Beverly Miller at 674-7670.
remember your loved ones
Kaplan, u hypns-theraPinl.
INCLUDING AIR, HOTEL + MORE
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Far further informatiun call
tbeirgueat speaker. Ms. Kaplan,
useilublsevuod ns,oheeu,.
Store Hours
LSSI reflects
on fashion
by Chicago artist Leali Neluun,
(slight irregularitIes)
of other
great
values
at our
everyday
low
hasted a seminar geared tu women interested in cur care. Nancy
Sunnh, a free lance speaker so oats mechanics points oat impartuoce of correct finid levels.
cruuhing him tu death, hove
starr when "Puntanos for Summer" is prmeutesl by Curun
Hundreds
The Oil Express Mure located uf 8430 W. Dempnter in NiГЊm,
for profil orgunizatios which provides support graups, a newsiet1er and generai meetings. Par-
gravestone toppled from ita buse
CLEARANCE
LOWER LEVEL
Martens, suppnrt ser-
Belhrsda Hospitals will speak on
tobin Nnrsvoed's book, "Women
their childrrn don't start talking
at the enpected tinte. There are
tore for pureots ut 966-2811.
I51
are the two topics of presentation
11ml will be gives al a meeting of
show. Advunce lickels run be
These strategies witt be
demonstrated at u one hone
graduates
"Super Sitters"
"You have corne a long way
baby, sr have you?" and
The $4 donation at the door will
Please cull the VtP office if you
wiub ta attend this language tee-
tcee Seae
St. Francis
"Women who love too murk!"
Many parents of young
original prints, and silver flatchildreo
become concerned when
flit uit only u few of the utteaclinen that will be avuiltible to you.
The Wonuun'u Ansocialion own
Women Helping
Women meeting
for women
White - Zielinski
freshly baked goodu which will he
view Cnmmmity Cbmcb. The
the newly-decorated church
Car care classes
donnert at our ufternuon teu.
Woman's Aasoeiotion of the Glen-
and Thornday, My 5, JO3O am.
to 4p.m., at the church, ItfO Elm
St. (corner Elm St. and Gleoview
Rd.), Glenview, It.
Stroll at yam- leisure through
Rernemerthg 21(0/A er
Wedding Bells
Don't forget lo take home some
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The Bugle, Thrsrndey, Aprii 29, 1988
The Boglo, Thirdy, April IS, 1918
!Xem em e6ering SilCoIAer
Carillon concert
A Mother's Day carillon concerI s on tap at 3 p.m. on Sunday
Muy 8 ut the Chicago Botanic
Garden.
Mark Konewkn organist and
Chnumanter nf St. .losaphat'n
(cq) Church witt play both
ClaSnical rnunic and ar-
rangements of folk torea, The
Cnncert wilt inctude neverat
nnginaj pieces hy Knnewko an
Well an piecen by Thnman Morley,
J_S. Bach, J. Pachnbl, and J.B.
Bninmoc&
lCnnewko ntuthe the carillan
andec Rnhert Lodino, fnrmerty
cardlnnueur at the Univnrnity nf
Clucagn Rackefeller Chapet, and
Cnntmled hin ntudies ВЎn Hnlland.
The cartillnn, Iochted on
Evergreen Island snath of the
"GIVE ВЎq TREE A HOME"
Arbor Day Special Friday April 29th Only
All Shade & Ornamental Tree
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Reg. $1.99
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Sat. 5-5 PM; Soc. 9-6 PM
LINDEMANN'S GARDEN
At'AERICANJ GREEN INC
2550 DEMPSTER
CENTER
LOVE
Avenue, Wheeling, tlti.seiv ut If
Dr. David Raus is a plastic
norgeon ufliliated with Michael
ReeSe Hospital and Medical
Center, and will speak ne "Breast
Rec005traction".
Breast cancer patiexts, their
tamities, ucd friends, and health
professionals interested in the
topic are welcome at open door
meetings. The semions ace free
of charge and reservations are
not neceSsary.
Y-ME oflers peer vuppoct to
breast cancer paOienta via o 24
hour hntline )StS) 799-8338 and
Shown above are RenurrecUen Hnspttal vnlnnteers, LomIta
and
be the nate of scorns nf
cafeteria-style and meeting room
chaieo donated by the Sisters nf
the Resurrection. Other pincen nf
hospital turnilure also wilt be in-
forniture or ether items foe sale,
may make their donabsen an
eeetaet the hespital Volunteer- nllice at 792-5tlU,
For reformation sr assistance
Att preeends will benefit-Use
Aaxiiiary's $1 mllhiun pledge ta
expand ontpatinnt snrgieai services at Resurrettlien Hospital.
May f and 4 at the Sisters' parking garage where Auxiliases will
he preparing for the garage unie,
Mayfair
Women's to meet
On Wednesday, May 4, Vivian
Wing, president of the Wnmen's
Association of Mayfair
Presbyterian Charch, 4355 W.
MesSe St., will catI the regular
May boniness meeheg to order at
noon. Everyone is welcome to attend, and to enjoy the following
luncheon In he prepared and
sees-ed by Mrs. Mary EIwell and
the members of Circle t. Heme.
'habed items will be offered for
sale by the members of Ciecle G.
The after-loerchene prngrnm,
"Feom Jazz Bund fo Pulpit",
presented by Rev. "Chach"
inlrigaisig.
Mrs. Wing cordially incites aft
acea friends and neighbora lo alteed.
,
Child care
business meeting
North Sukarhan warnen interested in setting ap a ctald care
buamess in their eren home are
mviteof ta attend erse efthe fellow-
ing introductory coffee meetings
on becoming a family day care
provider, The first meeling is
sehedaled for Wedisenday, May
tt, from 93Wtt,3U am. at the
Children's Cace and Devefnpmenl
Center, 3925 Lost Ave., Lin-
ceinwood, The Second meeting
reiS take place On Wednesday,
including advice Un body
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children's doy care and lester care programs. For ticket informa-
Center nl Oienriew. Beth
ergantaullana are net-for-profit.
A free training workshop will
fellow in Jane. Te registerand for
further infarmation call Dolores
Hermann at 729-8184.
lungoage und listening techef90es. Mao-y Pat Varga, founder al
the MPV Aasuciatun canasltluig
finis, wilt conduct the pragrans.
'COiO5lSWslcalian SkiIla for the
Prnfesaionef Woman' will
be
held at the St, Fruncia Collier for
Womens' Health, 1808 Sherman
........
Wometsa' Hth, To register or
far additinnat Information, call
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Break Marriott. Proceeds will benefit the agency's adoption,
The progrmn Is pat-t of the conItouing "Sacceos Strategies"
aertes offered at the Center 1er
& Livrer
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Plaines; and Gail Peice el Nnrthbeonb.
The event, entitted "Reflections" will be held May t at the Oah
May 25, frass 7-9 p.m. at St. Andrew's LaSserais Church, 280 N.
Northsvent Highway, Park Ridge.
These coffees are sponsored by
the Day Care Action Conseil of IItinola und Wesley Day Care
Ptacein-Eep.soo.c..
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Reflecting on the past, members of The Women's Network of
Lutheran SecialServices of illinois prepare for their aunnaf brsotch
and fashion skew.
Pictured (I to r) ace Network members Kathyllemter sE Art-
Adjusting to
a new sibling
tine, call 824-11165.
Discussion group Parent Lecture
Series
for mothers
HCA Cleicagn Lakeshore
Hospital and the One-to-One
and daughters
Learning Center are proud te
The Virginia Frank Cbitd
Devetopmenl Center nl Jewish
Fomityand Contmnnity Service
wilt held a four-week discuosion
group for women to explore the
roles of mothers and daaghtern
no Thursdays, May 2, t2, t9, and
28, 7,24-9 p.m.
The grasps will meet at
Virginia Frank Child tvetnp-
ment Center, 3833 West Tnaby
Avenan, Chicago.
DГЇscsssios will locos is feelings
aroosed by daughters, mothers,
and mothern-in-laws daring
nacieres stages of family life, weluding developmental issoes in
mother_daughter relationships
.1ERPLhT1R to adulthood. Lucraren
Peumue, A.C.S.W.,JFCS5 Fami-
ty Life Educator, will lead the
group winch is ose in a series of
frank talks for young families
sponsored by the Center.
The fee lar Ike bar-week Series
is $20 winchs can be segotiated.
For information and registration, telephone Ms. Permon at
sponsor a free lecture te parents
in the North Shore Commsnity.
"Undeentanding Ynsr Adetescent" will be presented by Alan
Ravita, M.D., on nnpeet io the
field of child and adolescent
psychiatry. The lecture wilt take
place en Wednesday, May 4, 1mm
7,30 to O p.m. at Gtenbrneh South
High School, 400f W. Lake St.,
Gteeeiew.
For reservations, call 870-97gO
corn. On Friday, May 8, from
9,38 - lU:30 am, at Aparte Day
Camp, 3850 Woodridge Bd,, Nor-
thkeaok, Felice Novak will lead
discussion and provide saggesEisen and rncommendationa to
make parnoti,sg easier, No babyaiRing Uni-niet ta available, hut
pareota may bring their children,
ti necessary, Preregiatration is
maudalory. The lee is hli per per-
son. To register call NSJCC al
433-8424. Visa and Maslercard
are accepted,
Morion Grove Garden Club will
hold their 'Iauoaal Spring Lmehem called "Ftawera With A
Flair"preneytted by Mr. Joba Wittasas and the Mclteery County
College Ftorat Club 00 Tnesday
May 3, ut tkI Old Orchurd Cosetry Club, Mt. Prospect.
Fec Tickets contact Mrs. A. W.
Miller 966-4737.
The primary tocas of thieew
unit woald be te further their
Jewish identify threagh social
North Glen Business Ond Frotansinoat Women's Club. A porties of
the fund wan donated by the First
Trost and Savings Bank of Glen-
und recreationdl experiences.
We are nelldng isdieiduals
over the age nf 25 who reside is
vir: apply, a woman snarl he at
1h, Greater Clsicago/llubseban
least 25 yearn old, o U.S. cito-en,
areas. if yen know of any in-
and employed fer 20 or more
hears a week.
Applicants will be screened by
tke scholarship committee and a
-
in May 2.
Application tornos and further
infermation are available by contactlag Clitlerit, 066-3512 er Kathy
The Wasuao'n Chub of Shokie
will meet at 11:30 am. Wednes5300 Teuhy Ave., Skokie.
Women's lecture
Scholarship Awards will be
presented io stodenta uf Niles
professor of Christian Thcolngy
at the University of Chicago's
Divinity Scheel, wilt speak nc
"Conecrgenccn & Coelticts:
Women, Justice and the Church"
at DrPaul University's anesal
theology lecture May 12.
Speesored by DePaot's
Religieux Studirn Department el
the School el Liberal Amts und
Sciences, the lecture wilt be held
at Ike Schmitt Academic Center,
2323 N. Seminary, Room 254,
10,15-11:45 ans. The cveei is free
and open to the public.
Dr. Caer is an editor et the.'
benefit Irnos liso type el program, send us o list as seen as
phene nomber and age: cosfidentiatity will be respected.
ti there are any further questiens, please do not hesitate ta
call nc write to Bernie Sattaherg
al 1h, B'nai B'rith office ut
074-5542, 9933 LawIne, Soue 100,
Skokie, IL 60877.
Ysoc empemation is greatly up-
preciated.
day, May 4, at the Holiday las,
DePaEJI 56)flS()PS
Dr. Anno- E. Carr, associate
dividuain wham yoio lent could
winner will he announced w possible or cult. Please give us
June. The deadline 1er applying. the individual's nome, address,
this meeting or about Y-ME, catI
Following the luncheon,
-H.RC. CENTER
FOR MEN, WOMEN &TEENS
West aud Niles North Scheols and
Winana State University mr nues-
Per
'n event Makeup by Aee,naed
The club will hold it's aunuat
Spring Luncheon en Thursday,
nan persnsail enuperienee sen
Perm anne? Hoi, Remnoal.
a Shohie student attending
Elnotrslvsis. Soft, Gentle, reso-sr
Eiuot,enin Methnd. 50e ho esa
eeeorio,itenft hoses eosina,.
H.RC. CARES FOR YOU
Rn Registered Dlnstenisgiet ana
Reard Certified Dare,alsoiet
Muy 19 ai Menaxtemo's, 3935 W.
Devnn Ave. A vemnetile mnsical
program will be presented: Noto
Ragtime Don. Cochtaols will he
servedatll:30a.m., Lunclseno ai
Foe Appt Call 299-Q555
,.'voyv
12:30 p.m.
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ImlatlUen of newly elected of-
sens MON. th,u SAT.
o nonts onusns,sa:nrm
W }!
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firers will take place following
T
the luncheon.
For information call: 073-5060.
GOLF MILL MALL
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iotemnatisoat editorial beard for.
Cencilism. She han served the
Natinnal Confeeence of Catholic
Bisheps and the Catholic
I
Theological Society of America in
their consultations on women in
ihe church. She in the aathee nf
numerouS articles and two recent
Christian Traduise and Wemee's
.
Ekpecience and The Search fer
and ask foe Cems000ity Bela- Wisdem
and Spirit: Thomas MerOnn's Thnelogy nf the Self.
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parnnta to dincaaa iasuea of can-
men and wome n within our
provides information on rebat is
do if u breast tamp is detected.
the Y-ME office at 312) 799-5330.
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A working woman, 25 yearS aid
nr older, who wishes to improve
her shills or complete bee Sacatine will be the beneficiary nl un
$1,180 Working Woman Scholar-
Miles, 657-7326.
Fer mere informulien about
ingten Heights; Generat Cheirpernon Raree Ferraiolo nf Des
Communication program
for Womens' Health
"Communication Skills far the
Profeanional Woman' will be the
topic nf a SL Francia Center for
Womens' Health lnctsre at 7e30
pm. on Thursday, May 5. The pew
gram will focas en how te present
a farncefnl prafnssinnat message
,
disabled unit
The B'nai B'rith international
and B'sai B'rith Wemee are corenntty organloing a special unit
for developmentally disabled
edocoOlonat epen door meetings
throogh000 the Chicago
Metrepohtan Area. Y-ME aise
Stan Olnch el Norwood Park, preparing for the hugn ene-day
garage sale at Resarreetian Hespitat featuring furnitnre,
household Reses and smaS appliances, Precneda will beseElt the
Aaxikary's $1 mstaon pledge te expaed outpatient surgical services
at Resurrection Henpital,
event. "te addition, a highlight
of Chesterton, tediano,
STREET. DES PLAINES 312-824-7411 Wheeler
will interest everyone. A
dynaniic speaker, Rev. "Chuck"
describes his varied carnee from
playiog with a lane band - to fast.
fond oweerohip - to studying foe
the ministry at the age of 52 - to
his present pastorale in Gary, teTo MOM diana. His story is hamorons and
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Bushel chairwoman plansieg the
will
The Northawent Gmoop of the
V-ME Breast Caecer Support
Program will hold ita monthly
open donc meeting on Saturday,
May 04, ut the Patwaukee Motor
Simpson, Aueiliaey Bargain
cloded. And sprecaI tables of both
hctioe ucd nos-fictins bnoho will
he anailabf e.'
Anyone wishing te donate med
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Members of the Resarrection
Education Center at the Botanic Aaxiliary plan a giant tIe-day
Garden, in one nf only 180 hand- garage sale Thursday, May 5, at
ptayed carillons in Nnrth Resnrrectioe Hospital, 7435 W.
Talcntt Ave., Chicago.
America
The sale will be open to the
The 48 bronze hells were cast w
public
from 5:30 o.m In 4 p.m.
Holland, each designed to recel
the reqoirementa nf the Botanic and oil) be located o the Sisters
Garden. The larfesl hell weights of the R esureec tine private porh21h tons and has g base diameter ieg garage, behind the hospital
5f almmt five feet. The smallest near the receicieg loch. Sale
hell werghs only 24 pesnds with o paIr eesshoa Id fellow signs
base diameter nf less than eight leadiog to the sales packing
let, directly adjacent to the
inches.
The Chicago Botanic Garden is garage sale location. Free parhlocated en Lahe-Csnk Read e mg will be available io the
sales' lot br garage sale
Glencee, see-half mile east nf the
Edens Enpressway,
pateoes.
The 300.acre Botanic Garden is
spec every day except Christmas
Forniture, household items,
from 7 am. snOt sunset. Admis. Small appliances, dishes and
Sinn is fees; paching s $2 per cae.
much more will be included ix
this year's sale," promises fane
Working Woman
Cancer program
Scholarship
Lutheran Women
planfashion show
Res Aux giant garage sale
B'nai B'rith
Y..ME Breast
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ВЈRemem
Legion Auxiliary bids
farewell to member
The past presidents parley
groap of the Morton Grove
Aonervan Legion Auxiliary Unit
Ht34 recently met for their himonthly nennion and alno partied
Kay Smith
at Nues Art Guild
Kay SmIth, Chicago artIst, will
be the guest at the May 4 meeting
of the Niles Art Guild, held at the
Niles Recreation Center, 7577 N.
evento - the largest collection of
its kind ever done by a single arlist -Kay Smith pulls the past isla
the presest.
For the paul 15 years, she han
Laveroe in moving to Sacrawen-
IonIser teadern of the large
painted the historie American
scene Ou locatiun and has had
numerous eshibits lhrnsghntnt
to in Calif. to be with dooghtee
there.
The ladies presented her with
flowers and a gifl and a promIse
to write and keep in touch Io the
daties, plassnog the luncheon,
chosmg the lacation, arranging
for prizes, invitations, etc.
futare. Mrs. Frisk served
In this capacity Mrs. Joyce
the country.
Her paintings capture the atmosphere of America's saga is
ways no other medium could.
Capturing the timen and places
an
president in 1957. Her honband
was rnmmander of Legion Post
Senf, president for the 1983 term,
that shaped America
Karol Vernon, NUes, han been
named Director of Mature Adult
Acting UpI from a drama
the
preciosugiftofSmith'n u'tanericao
Legacy Coltectiun.
She has become the osiy artist
ever In receive the coveted
George WashIngton Home Medal
of the Freednnnn Fuandation of
wseh/Mayer Kaplan Jewish Com-
nattonatly-recognined touring
company featured os television
Valley Funge for "outstanding
accomplishment In helping lu
Was to have heen hostess.
#134 here in 1955.
Verson named Jcc Director
worlsulsop of 13 people Into a
Services for the Bernard Hormonity Center (JCC), 3003 W.
Vernon co-authored a drama
text, ActIng Up! M hmevulive
Apprsrh In Crentive Drama fer
Older Adrrlts, honed On her es
pertence at Oaktns Cnmmunits
Csllege. She also eampiled usi
edited a cnllectinn nf neat
formerly manager nf the Older
Adult Institute nf the CoSege of
DuPage ВЎn Glen ESyn,
From 1977 to 195g, Versos was
creative arts specialist for the
Older Adult Program al Oaktna
Cnmmnnity College in Des
Plaines. There she served an
histnrten from her troupe
members entitled Writing Desee!
For information abolit Malnre
dГ­rectnr nf Acting ljptan lenovative theater pregram fur
Adult programs at JCC,
older adnllu. Versen developed
cOIl
761-9190.
Day camp coun selors needed
Malse-Niles Association nf
Special Recreation ueedn day
the camp site. An appheation can
he picked ap at the M-NASE nffice, 9401 Oriole SI. Morton
for chIldren and young adulta
who are edncable mentally han-
Grove. For more isfnrmatinn,
dicapped, or have learsing
disabilities and bebavior
vail M-NASR at 946-5522.
M-NASR Is a cooperative program ofthe park distrrcla serving
the leisure needs of speciat
populations residIng in Sknkie,
Park Ridge, Des PlaInes, Morton
Grave, Nites, and Golf-Maine.
disorders. We are lnoklbg for
high nchnol, college students and
Other adults who areInterented in
planning activitIes lo assisse and
entertain children is a six week
day camp program. The program
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Marie Felice, and Irene Geurgen. (Mlnuing tram
photo are Dornlhy Breen and Isabelle Lutons).
Prnceeds frsm'ejse lunehens will he used te purchase patient monitoring equIpment. Tiekeln fsr
the luncheon are $20 and available by calling the
hnspital, 297-1800.
St. Peters woman's
club fashion show
The forty-firstAmsoal Palriotie
Conference sponsored by the
Depurtmest of Illinois Ladjm
Aimnitary to the Veterans of
Foreign nf the United States was
recently held at tire Holiday Inn
O'Hare/Kennedy in Rosement,
IL wIth Department President
Harrnet Cagte presiding.
Speakers during the morning
tension included Thomus Stack
from Ike Illinois Attorney
General Office who gave a very
Isformative
se cosesmer
fraud and Gerald Coevey, a
Representing Park Ridge
Veterans of Foreign Wart Awn-
Ittary 3579 were President Marie
Marquardt, Sr. Vice. President
ESame von Schwedler, Secrelary,
Dee Gle-tsen, Patriotic lnstrnc1er, bue Bsaimki,, Americanism
Chairman, Mary Barry,
Rosemary Kaiser, Lorraince
Rochado and Belly Daugherty.
Women in Careers
dinner/workshop
Chupinr of the Nntlnnal Associalion For Women In Careers spnnsors monthly diamer/wnrbuhap,
vocalint-ysdeler Heidi SiemerS.
Following the luncheon, Jarvin
RabotS, nf Elgin. She will dIsenso
Wood o check in the amnont of
$14,125 tsr Cancer Aid and
Research.
Intimacy: Communication For
Closeness, presented by
Psychotherapist, Marilyn Damthe elements of intimacy in all
types nf relationslJps Meeting
will take place on Mnsday, May
9, al Ihe Hyatt Regency Wmdfield, 1800 E. Gulf Rd., Schaumburg. Registration lu at5:30p,m,,
workshop at 6 p.m. and dInner at
u. Make reuervatinns by calling
8751991 before Friday, May 6.
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Clennon at 673-1393 on Joan Tor-
lordo st 674-4123.
The deadline fur ticket pur-
chase is May 15.
OId O,nhaed Center
Skokie 679-53Г�0
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A boy, Michael Anthony
LoVerde, g lbs. 14 3/4 na,, os
Fehruany 18, tu Vicky & George
LoVerde offt337 W. EaySt., Riles.
Brother, Anthony nge 20 Stators,
Lana age 15 and LIsa age 15
Grandparents, Adeline Pontorelli nf Chicagu and Joe & Nora
LaVerde uf ChIcago.
A hoy, Nichulas PatrIck Edwards,7 lbs. 7ВЅ na., us February
22, to Kimberly & Steven Edwards of 765 S. Merle, WheelIng.
Grasdparents:Caryl & Gordon
Rosenberger of Glenview, and
Patricia & Chartes Edwards nf
55
A hoy, Gregory Karol Udzielak,
8 lbs. t ou., On February 26, to
Christine & Frank Udaielah of
5145 Field Dr., Niles. Brother,
Tom age 12 Sister, Annette age t
Grundparenta, K ti F Udaielak of
Cloicuge, and MT. Tomkhoe of
Knou,IN.
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oVersight that became one
of the mqst ta1ced about
StnlctuIs in hIstory A cIasSiC example of Romanesque
architecture. One of the
seven modem wonders of
the world.
We should all be as
fortunate.
Yet, more often than
not, most mistakes end up
causing serious problems
as time goes by.
That's why, at F'mtt of
America, we're making an
effort to handle them. With
the Satisfied Customer
Guarantee.
It's nothing new to us,
really, since we ve been
wmmitted to satisfying customera for years.
Only now, we've cornmitted to it in wcItitg.
Which means, lt you
murky necrets. Secreta whieb
have prupellesf Savannah Wiugn
ta nttempl suicide. Secreta wInch
eenviuce twIn kruther Tom that
his future is intricately linked Io
unravelling and pnnnibly espus-
ing family hnrrur and heurt-
break.
TIsis is a "big and powerful"
navel. Ace yus up for it?
Join the Bosh discmsiun group
and let puar ideas mme la a cnnfluence. Mny 2 in the day. 'l'mn
have a problem,we'Il solve lt.
n'cluck in the lime. The t'iles
The Shokie Valley Chapter of
the Lyric Opera uf Citicagu mvites pun to attend a Wine And
Cheese Party us Sunday, May 1,
at the Temple Beth Israel, 3930
Hawnrd St., Skohie. The event
will laghI ut 2 p.m.
Alfred Glanuer Education
Directur uf the Lyric Opera of
Clsicagu w80 present an entertaming and informative Preview
'"/ for mistakes,
BUt,asweallknow,an
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Turn 5ff your TV. and crack
the pages nf a Book. Whet bah?
SV wine and
cheese party
who sre held
accountable
answer for this one.
Erecting a 19 story,
solid marble bell tower o
ground that was too sOft.
Not one of the swiftest
moves ever made.
Nues library
book discussion
Public LIbrary at 6960 OaktAs is
the place. Cnpien of the hook are
availuhle from the LIbrary upun
request.
All Welcome!!
For those of US
-GUARANTEE.)
members are allays welcume.
nons of Park RIdge.
cocktails at 11,20, Lunch al 12,30,
The price Is $10 and tickets may
lbe Marine Carps
BEO&IE "ON 1'EN AL.
cake will be served. New
anythIng yuue viewing eyes bene
gaaed un lately.
Culo-ay InSu a tale uf dark and
Il wIll he held at the Evanston
Gulf GlIb 4481 Dumpster St.,
Sknkle. Fashions will be by Par-
intoned
&I
Guild une upen ta the general
public and ere free. Coffee and
Why nut test the watern in Pat
Canruy's Prince uf 22dm, ThIs
eptundic rendering cuuld rival
Morton Grove.
5019 N. Michigan Ane, S
China90 644-0666
120 Oakbrook Confer S
Oak Brook 571-2826
O
ebenso' FashIon Shnw ou May 21.
The Northwest Ssbnrban
Police Officer from the Berwyn
Police Department Youth Divisian who demonstrated kOwts get
the attention of the children when
csndacttng a safety program.
Esteetailimest was provided by
presented Dr. Donald
Peter's Cathnlle Wsman'u
Club will he spnrsuaring a Lun-
A 1987 graduate of Maine
Township High Sebool South, he
WHATST ,JtTSWUSA
culiectiun.
The meetings uf the NUes Act
Shnwn aheve (I tu rl are: Kitty Stnerhsff, Maite
PR-VAN Auxiliary
attends coflference
ciks
PLUSTAX
OVER 300
.
while practicing for theirsprvnoing luncheon and
fashIon show that is scheduled for Monday, May 9,
al Ike Woodfietd Hilton Towers in Arlington
Hetgkt,s. The luncheon, winch begins at soon, will
feature fashions ky Parsuns of Park Ridge modeled by members of the hospital auxiliary.
Illinois
Wig,Siyle&jui '$3995
F ree
Asslhans from Holy Family Hospital in Des
flamm donned the latest fashions In leisare wear
Trivial Psrsait el Liherty"..Tke
Ludien Auxiliary to the Velerans
5f Fereign Wars, Deportment of
Mother's Day Special
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August 1987.
permanent hume fur the entire
people io attendonce on Ike
WE'VE GOT IT'
in
"the continuIty uf Americas life"
and plans tu add tu the Collection
threugh 1992, Her goat is ta fled a
Rice gave a ment Interesting
prescetioe te 1ko more thus tb
IF you HAVEN'T FOUND
duty with 2nd Ferre Service Sap-
Legucy Collectiun represents
Operates Monday throagh Fr1day, 9 am. to 23t p.m. nr 945
wen. ta 315 p.m. depending on
Camp Csarsuelnrs and In carrently
accepting appllcatlono for camp
coanselors for ita summer camps
port Group, Camp Lejesue, NC.
achIeve a better understanding nf
the American Way of LIfe".
Kay Smith feels the American
and w major publications.
Toothy Ave. in Cttiragn, She was
Hancock of 8941 N. Nalnma, Murlun Grove, recently reported fur
duly with 2nd Oncee Service Sup-
Marine POr. Paul. W.
Sponaagle, sun nf Margaret M.
Sponaagle uf 1284 Grove Ave.,
Paekbldge, recently reported fnn
tings and namernus blach and
white skelches of landmarks,
hIstoric sites and nnteworthy
dent who is leaving the oeca.
veterans group Anuitiary
rotated performing hontenn
A 1987 graduate uf Nileu Nurth
Hlgh&banl, Skekie, be mined the
Marine Canso ht Oetuber 1887.
Bringing our heritage to lIfe - hr
Jeanette Hack, the 1971 leader,
members.
pert Group, Camp Lejeuue, NC.
mure than 200 walercnlur pain-
sohntdoted.
Mrs. Phil Frisk, of Morton
Grove and Shohie, in the presi.
whde hidding adiue to one of their
Marine POe. David E. Hancock,
Milwaukee Ave., Niles at 7,38
Holy Family Auxiliary
plans Spring luncheon
However, due to illness, Mrs.
Paul W. Sponaugle
David E. Hancock
too of Hubbard E. and Juan (ho
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Or if you have a qsteslion about any facet of our
service, We'll answer it.
And if you're not salistied, we'll do everything
we can to reaCh a solutton.
The basit point being
..
i&'. we want you to be happy
- with us. No matter what.
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SostopbyanyFirstof
America location and pick
u_p a copy of the Satisfied
Customer Guarantee.
Because, while nustakes can happen, very few
gotmotid.
o FlRS1В°FAME,lC
steni,nceic
9101 GruanueadAor. Nilaa
Of The 1988-1059 Seasun.
This is year chualce to meet the
Shokie Valley Chaptyn and aS
sew and pruspective members.
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The Bugle, Thmd,y April 28, 1988
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Man charged with
A Chicago man wan arrenled
Sor ceLad theft April 17 after o
liporlomart security guard upotled the otfender concealing f Itli
molesting Niles child
A case of lovolviog o Mount
Proopect man arrested for ng-
gravated sexual obuse of n Miles
hiles April 18 oves continued to
May 27 je NUes Third District
he saw a Small,female child colt
the vehicle nod walk toward the
pork area. The car then drove out
of the parking tot.
The police officer questioned
Marcelo Montesinos 24 of 1560
Wheeling Rd. was rrested by
the eloid who wan reluctant lo
speak al first, but then said she
knew the alleged offender and
Comt
Des Pintees police after they
found him io bio cm ot Moine
West 111gb School on hour otter
Miles police reported the uni-
dent. Me woo transported to the
Nitos Police Stolton where bond
Wan net nt $bO,000.
According to NUes police, offirer John DiviSo white on routine
patrol at about 10 p.m., observed
a tate model Otdsmobfle in the
rear of 8901 MilWaobec Ave.
When the officer attempted lo
turn bis oqund cor to investigntc,
FM
Rea' EaWta Nee
Mnreen
Macina
that he hadgiveo herfIt to fondle
her. At the NUes police otatioo
the gave further information he
hod enposed hiaosetf, poker said.
It was reported the mao at ose
time had lived with the family nl
the girt.
With the consent of her mother
the girl was tabeo to Lutheran
General Hospital where she war
gIven a Viteilo teat that deter.
mises the degree ofuexual aetivi.
ty winch may have been iovolv-
DUI arrests...
A Glenview woiiiao was arrcated April 17 for druok driving
and faunae to yield after she was
involved in an auto accident at
Waukcgao and Qakton.
The offeoder made a left toro
from Wasbegan onto Oakton
worth nl fishing gene in hin
clothing nod attempting lo leave
the ntnre wIthout paying Sor the
merchandise.
He wan released on $1,000 hood
and assigned es April court date.
A K-Mart security guard
ohserved a man place three pairs
of athlelic shints totaliog $29.88 in
his jacket and cultUre atore April
After he war detained oulaide
the store, the ottender tOuch the
security agest on the side nf the
face and tried to run, at which
time he was subdued hy aeveral
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soiling
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Estate SUPERSTAR'
A Chicago man was arrested
for drank driving, speediog and
ignoring a red light on April 17.
Police observed the attender
driving m the
bloch of
Mitwankee nl 53 mph. Police por.
sued the offender who then drove
through a red light proceedEg to
the 7900 block of Milwaukee
11300
where a traffic atop was made.
He pooled $1,000 hood and
drIver's berme and was aaaigned
a May roua-t dale.
Call Maureen at
698-7000
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He was released after posting
$1,000 bond pending a May court
date.
Someone seed a pry-type tool to
pry osi a door key Inch cylinder
to gais entry to a car in the Tam
golf course parking tnt April 17.
Once inside, the offender open-
ed the glove cnmpartmenl and
med the trunk release button In
unlock the trauh. Taken from the
trunk were $110 in currency,
fishing pole und cane, wallet,
parse, credit cards, earrings and
wedding ring valued at o total of
53,3ff.
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966175O
Coana, of Milwaukee and Cau,ij
Voir On, Showroom Tadoe'
EST, 194e
on the front hoed of lila car. He
luter found two small denSo and
scratches on the car hoed caused
from rivela from the yooth's
jeunn. They also used a pencil fo
Saturday, April If, o woman
with Lake Shore Drive Identificatiun, returned a curling iron tn
the Sears store in GotfMill al OJ3l
p.m. At toSS p.m. abe retarued o
handbag and a wallet for refund
scratch obscene words un the
vehicle. Total damage is
uadmown.
The victim unid he cnuld ideo-
lily the offeodera saying they
gather in different locations in
the seifhlrtr,00d.
he was ohservnd uwlichiug price
tags os a npnrtu item from $49.97
to $32.
The olfeuder paid a $5f fine.
Persona untosown gained entry
lo the trAsh of a car in the 7750
block of Nordica and removed a
Someone removed u stotoe
valued at $125 from a lroot lawn
in Ike 7900 block of Ocaoto and
umanhed it in the Street 00April
to.
A renident in the 5700 block nf
Merrifi told police April tO per-
soon unknown knocked over a
large steIne and an electric light
pole is the frnnt yard. Estimated
damage was $550.
Someone on April tO uusucceonfully atlempted to remove a
steIne on a front lawn in thg 6900
bloch of Mudinno, During Ilse at-
tempt, the welding between the
steIne und stood way broken.
Coat tu repair Was estinted at
$30.
On April 2O,two young Nilea
people, arguing at the rear nfll400
Milwaukee Ave., resulted in
police arriving no the scene. On
further inveuigaoion it man found
the young man won wunted in
Park Ridge fc- a violation there.
boleo police transported him to
Park Ridge.
Burglary...
AThteu woman wan arrented by
Chambers Restaurant
Jewel's security agent aller
removing and sol paying for u
51.79 contaIner of while pepper.
She woo charged with petite
theft, winch in tens of a charge
than a misdemeanor.
On April 2f a burglary nf the
0891
Milwaukee Ave., was reported,
three canes nf assorted liquor wan
taken from the hanement of Ike
store und $500 in currency and
coins Were removed from the
restaurant.
Pace holds monthly pass
sweepstakes contest
Pace, the noburbas-area bon
servIce, and the Hyatl.Oahbrooh
Hotel are np0050rjng Ike Puce
Monthly Puno Sweepstakes conleni, announced Cherjnne Louder-
Ivan, Puce's new Division
Manager of Marketing.
First place Winners will receive
a deluse weekend package for
two al the Hyatt Regency
modafionn for Iwo nights in a
Ilefeocy suite, a dinner al
Hsgo'n, Sunday brooch, chum-
pagne and Godivu chocolates.
A Pace Monthly Part wilt be
given to the second place winsers. Nine firnt place wiaenrn nod
five necond place winners will he
drawn each month. The contest
runs three months.
To enter the nwenpstakes,
pasneogern ruant write their
nome, address and telephone
numlier on the hock uf their May,
June or July Pace monthly
identification. She was detained
by Sears secority for about 45
minofes utid then left the store
and went to the Nifes
police
chnrged with any viotationu, She
spent l-l/2hours at the polige atalion nod eoplained she had done
nothing wrang. She wanted
to
Puce Monthly Passes are sold
ut nonnI nubarhan Jewel Fund
Stnres or can be obtained by sending a ticket-by-mail application
und u check or money order to
Pace. The Pace montkty pass
may atoo be used on CTA buses
und trains.
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. Baal Edgn Klnnner'
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I Bet
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BOWLING
SNEWSI
Senior Men's
Nues Brunswick
Bowling
Retailer meets
North Pole explorer
I
Ir
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Steediogo
Dragon Ployboys
Wooderers
,Witdcato
Unknowns
Pour Teens
Senior Power
W-L
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Tridenlumes
The Comets
Bodiss
Whit For Us
Two Plus Two
Bull Dogs
No Drinks
Alley Cats
Sandboggers
Pin Busters
Strike Force
Wild Booch
By Jin Jennings
Heron e nrnpnning feet...
Aithoegh Don Mettingly is
considered one of the best
ball qoerser bocks Don
Mino. Joy Sthrooder end
John Elwoy were oil picked
by bosobell tenets betete
tnyononoleomd Mottinglyl
Herne en oddity. If veo
look in eh croco, d book
veo'11 son thet in the 1929
Kentucky Derby, the wine
ing horse AND the winning
.
tremer both had the same
name. . The winning horse
in thc '29 Derby wosnmned
Clyde Ven Dote.
The non.
eins trainer was e man sam
ed Clyde Ven Desee.
He
had earned his horse after
himself'
What woo tite lagt big
league besoball team te
owitch ita fronehine from
one eity to another. . lt wet
tito WOshington Sonetees,
wttn in 1972. meced er, the
Dallas-Ft Worth atoe. and
beceme the Teeao Rongers.
Silver Stars
Jell Aresooe, a boyer lar Sportmorl. Inc., Hiles, ll.,imel esptorrr
Will SIeger doriog the Sto lndoslrirs America SIA I Irade show in
lao Vegas. Nrv., March 19.
Stoger. 4:0, wie, the licol le lead o cortirroed dogoled exyrdilion lo
the North Pole s 0990 w:lho,l resopyty Stegnr won al Ihn ohow lo
aesnuner Ihe Do Pont Company's sponsorship 01 his 5,005 milo 1mb
acr000 Antarctica in 1989.97. Do Pool a'ill soyyly specially-designed
jesululed parkas and stresiog bags to yroleel the sis-man espedi.
tinçttrom tnmperaloemr, un liso as -40 degrees P.
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A-SCIP amputees and spinal-
npnrting aCtivitlen, according lo
cord injured persons) in spon-
Thomas Manotield. field editor 00
Diouhled 000dnorn Moganine.
soeed hy Maine Township and Ihn
Mansfield, a qoadniyleg:r oho
Association. Il serves menidenls st
Chicago and north and northwest
Io an rxyerieeced buster and
fisherman, will share h,s favorile
oaldoor sporting oiles with olhrr
handicapped people al Ike nest
meeting of A-SC!P, a noyporl
group tor Iho dioablnd. The
meeting will he held al 7:30 poi.
Thursday. May 1. n Ihn Maine
Township Town Hall,
0707
Ballard lid., 'orb Ridge.
He will previde ime lips on
Irnatteg aryan where people wilh
envere disaldlilien can enjoy ouI.
Nalisrat Spinal-Cord Injury
suburbs lrsm Evanston Io Barrington,
A-SCIP oseels on the limst
Thursday st esery month at the
Maine Township Town Hall,
High Rollers
d'S2-57
65-50
60-59
59-60
56-63
54-6h
51-68
50-69
49-75
47-72
45.74
37-02
Grey Hounds
562; LarryDi Criutofaeoöbl; Ted
Stagg 511; Andy Ausdomnon 559;
Ed Holland 553; Gory Koreeg
552; Ed Bintski 550; Ed Hannoe
548; Jerry Mustek 545; SIlbd
Cohoru 539; John Below 532;
Frank Cieplik 523; Louis Foroter
519; Mike Hojnr 51f; Ed Smyth
512; Joe Momo 510; Bob Regesh
509; Chester Bock 500; Ed
Catholic
Women's
Bowling
dieuppcd. Meetings leuture
speahems. i:slormation, und
dis mossi oes on tspics il interest to
Ihr disabled. New members,
their lansilies and Iriends are
always welcome. There in no
charge for membership.
vorn inlnrmaliun
Aederson'al 297-2510.
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4t.g
Team
G.L.Sghmitz leo.
High Series
Women
4o
4go
466
M. Catiteen
C. 3-sheila
P. Koch
C. Borke
C. Tienes
Zablotowino
High Gamee
M. Callioee
Thoma
D. Thoma
Teams
, Dr. Tom Drozde D.D.S.
High Games
Women
Lynn Uheus
This teli she wet also awarded
a Sehelar/Atlslete certificate for
her active participation is swimming and softball and 1er main-
190
TerryFrilae
182
179
Lucy Bnntite
Mory Mnlnchleb
175
Eye Ynong
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Norlhweet Perishee Credit
Skaja Fseeral Home
Champs Csetom Awardo
Anderson Secretarial
Heierwalleesiate Farm Ins.
Wiedemeem leenrance
Norsrood Federal Sevinge
Brian Wmeiok
Tom Drozda
Vilo Cene
Jock Quesiene
Cortos Patterson
Dich Thieloen
Mike Deonbono
Carl Liedquiot
Ralph Kozeny
Jim Jekol
623
584
575
562
500
554
540
541
536
536
13- In l6-yeur-nlds is the world as
well as the largest Jewish cornmunal event in North s'anenica.
Compelitisen will be held in col-
Food. The Games arr jointly
sponsored by JWB, Marcate
World Unios, Maccabi North
American, Maccaki Canada and
the U.S. Comsssittee Sporto for
high school, and park
The visiting athleten will he
districts along the North Ihnen
boozed in area homes throughout
and in Chicago.
the North Shore. Volunteers ser
needed for a variety nf tanks.
For more inloernatiso, call
legen,
All compelilions are tree
of
charge assi open to the public.
The Games are hosted by Ihe
675-2200.
7 .900/o Sote iv effect
softball wie wie her o ocholarship
for college. She's planning on al-
elementary school trachee."
of 3)20)68.
SubioCt to cbovgn withosi v050a
.U,tre why I want to be an
SJB Ladies
Bowling
Teem
W-L
54-SO
49ВЅ-624k
Sephia
4&si4
43ВЅ-084k
34-7f
High Sorlee
Pat Nelson
Marge Cnrenatn
RnthStefo
Jeee Hoppe
541
497
494
493
High Games
Pat Nelone
Marge Cerneate
Coenle Sperkeweki
Roth Steto
102
Mills Riealdi
187
180
18f
187
Allionn io going te stody elemen-
tary edecation and possibly
biology.
"People discourage mn from
going into teachieg," remarked
Alliuno, but her love of kids io on
great else knows she cae follow
Bats are back for
Oakton baseball
team
The Dnlstoe Coosmnoity College baseball team last weekend
emerged frote a team killing
slomp in n big way by totalling 82
ruco in doubleheader wins over
McHeery and Joliel.
Alter scoring jost night reos in
toar comecotive losses to Harper
(3-t and 6-4 last Thursday) and
Truman (3-i and 5-2 un AprS 12),
the Raidere beonned bank to nIobber McHenry laut Salipday, 19-0
aod 25-i, nod Jollel last Sosday,
1g-6 and 22-12. All loor misto came
Ihatef
in games called after five innings
bece000 nf a if-roil role.
"If nor hala are honk, it's certainly a good time nl the season
for it" seid Oaktnn coach Rich
Spesando. "Hitting is coetaglolo.
Agetaat Trismos and Harper, our
first few goys weren't gelthsg on
HeroS how lt works e1foé Märch
20, 4988.
hase, mid that cГ rried on down
)t',vest $2,500 oo more. for a 3'1-yeor
throegis the whole Snoop. When
term' , of today's inferest rote. You w)))
first few pepe get on
againat McHesrl and Joltet,
contInue to sors ot least the sfart)ag
Intefesf fafs. but thof's not o)),
If isteresi rates go up. at arty t)me
durIng the S'hyears, you can choose
0008e
Mens summer
basketball
league
itest e Sommer Beekelboll
Leagae 1er mee. A leagne
meeting will be held oe Wednee-
day, May 1f, 6:30 p.m. at Grosnan Heights Upen, 825 Okolo.
Gaones will he played en Wednns
day nighlo beginning Jwiel. The
lee in $375 per team, whIch wclodes jerseys.
For more information, call
967-6633.
athletes are enpected, making
this the largest competition for
that
the
doesn't
lock u. ВЎn
ly.
Allison is hoping her shill ut
245
208
283
219
214
203
200
High Gemes
Mee
Tl;e Nilen Park District will
Top 10
Mayor Harold Washington had
end has been there sinne.
tending Northern Illinois University.
"I love 5545, said Allison,
Opiom
Joy
04
63
55
54
50
48
43
39
35
Also serving as hoonrary co-
Queen."
veroit)i, betehemevedop quickly
173
08-52
74
nor's Chicago oflice.
test ose school as Hsmecomieg
taissieg a B average academical-
Coco
Pelele
ninhinner 5f the Game,, cosferred the honorary appointment in
a recent reremesy in the goner-
The Games aro the largest
amateur sporting event to come
Jewish Cososnooity Costero of
Chicago IJCC), coordinafed by
the JCC Metro Tees, allitiatnd
with the Jewiuk Fedemolion of
Metropollan Chicago and supported by Ike Jewish United
Ljbe1--- announces
JoknOakeo
Lady Steluon
Skayle P. Fsn seGlencov, rom-
chairman is Chicagn's acting
moyor, Esgeee Sawypr. The late
age twelve te the present. The
Moine East spione is the pitcher
ter the girls vbrsity teem, which
505
504
Morry Ynimg
Oboeeoion
Consties Aug. 18-25, 1988.
a girl who's into spoRn con repro-
olSssaner OOftI18II team and her
to versity her sophomore year
BobSeesfecke
497
St. John Breheuf'
Holy Nanie
o bit. Her father coaches 'ber
572
542
Frank Voelker
554
232
195
186
very active le epoda, She's bere
un a sommer nollbalt learn tince
she wan twelve. Her parente tefluence her love nl softball quito
Freshman yeer ehe woo ne jonine
Si-st
40
All her life Allions bao been
65g
go
Bake
474
to the Chicago area since the 1959
Pan American Games. Over 3,000
lins to be held in Cook and Labe
mg become of bee involvement
with the girls' swim team niece
freshman year.
Ihr was very happy ainsI besog voted Homecoming Qneen,
remarking, "I 1kmh it's cool thot
North ne Wedeedoay, April 13.
Ted Slugg
John May
75-37
72-40
03-40
405
492
eaki Youth Games, an iolernalineal amateur othielic competi-
Allison knows all about swimm-
hosto Hiaadole Central ne Toendey, April 12, and Gleebreob
High Series
Men
Ambaoh
Poisse
My Sie
High serles
a jock, not a cheerinader," said
Allison, e Pack Ridge resident.
Thompson has been slSnially installed an hoonrory co-chairmen
nl Ihn 19ff North American Mac-
honorary co-chairman.
Enjoysnent nf the game for
EveYoong
Lucy Gentile
Terry Fritze
W-L
Won 2nd hall
38-si
Park Diulrict swim team. "It's a
loi of lies seeing lhntn improve.
It', very nalislyisig."
also bees a Maccabi Games
Allions has kept her playing from
Frank Vnniker
Claosie Bowl
"Allions Labonoki, jerk."
Governor James R
Park Districts womos's leagne.
BubSeedneke
John May
Sollivae's Tovere
Woo ist ball
CaedlelightJnwelers
78-41
Debbie Tempt, Ltd
63-56
BeierwalteoSlate Form Ins. 60-99
loI NaIl. Bock ofNites
55-64
Skaja Terrace
40-70
lhrssgh with her goal.
Altinno's love for children even
cars-ten over into her job. She is
an assistant conch for the Nues
mother plays en a Park Ridge
on
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WIles you think nl o Hemecoming Queen, you peebebly think 01
e cheerleader. BOtr if you ash sw
menee at Maine East, they'll noy,
Homeenmisig Qeene benenne I'm
04-41
Governor named co-chairman of
Maccibi Youth Games
Sports Don't Tarnish
Her Crown
"I never thnpeht i woald be
Eager Benvers
Lioso
Usznwnki 500.
Dioebled people cor eejoy hon.
WI,
73.37
Raccoons
Hound Dogs
Oldies Bol Goodies
Wolter Kooiol 579; Sidney Cohen
574; Joe Rucan 565; Ray Msotgeo
Borne Wends and ijiformalios on
000ton.n,. On. d.oeBen pot
Tram
03-St
Hot Sbots:Don Svoboda 599;
seeb as the accessible pier al
. lt yen monden thin od effet
yeee dm1 I. cnefem.eted UeO
delinead Joeelege
Chaerol.t mtl dndoet t5J Sen,
the p.aeka.a en of yen, 00es
Young Seoioes
No Idea
'i
neal hecho0 and Iluhiog sp010
,
Classic Senior5
Mixed
Billy Goats
B5000
big leogee besebeul pleynts
todey. 3 erntent Netionol
Footboll Longue qoerterbeebe were dreftod oheed of
Mnttingly in the 1979
BASEBALL d,eft. . .Duflng
thet 1979 beseboll dr1t, foot
Fege 19
The Bogie, Thn,td8Yr April 25, 1908
TheBogle, ThOt5dOYr 'llth 28r 1989
000166k, everybody else kept it go-
ing
Raider pitchers Dave Gennn
mid Nick Zembefe were
Vout )rttereif.')afeaS roliohI
fa ncr
ai l%..The,'Slttp-Up' cart only be dorfe
aticin blJ1%4-bn make'a b)d)ffr-
ence The t1ro you )rsvest the more
you cas gain.
.
So daht gel locked In. Open a Liberty
STEP-UP Cbtoday.
'Wilndroant prim to motsreysuiti leo-ro p55004k
the
benefactora nf the barrage
ogninat McHenry. Keith Coniny
picked op the win in the ftrsl
gasse agaleot JoUet, while Todd
Kamel claimed the victory a, the
nightcap, after coming in
relieve olarter Larry Rohack.
/
In./'
LibERTy SAViNjS
-Since 1898
.,*
Oalstne took a #2 llhyway Con-
terençe record into Thday'5
scheduled
19)
)April
doubleheader with Wanhnnuee.
The Huidero continue baque actine at neon Sallo-dOY whne they
heat Wright.
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Pwtk Ditthiet Ptewo
Interesting
Facts From
John Jennings
Dad's Night
at Preschool
Ball Hockey
League
The Nifen Fach District Sports
Complex in now accepting teams
for their BaS Hockey League
Enjoy the eceitemoct 01 indoor
-
baS hockey! The level of competitiss for this nummer league is
high and openings exist io odvanced as well an novice hoiuincs. Past Champions, Tke
Canadians and Team Chicago
have both cnmpeted is Canada
and Bsntsn Nationals Organize
your team nom, because play
Although the 5 moSt common
last names in America aro Smith,
Mille,. Jenen. Brown ond Williomn.
hegiss May 2.
wooe cocer hod o US. Prenidont
o, Vico-Prosidont with ony ot
dmoo itot nome
Novice division has 12 teams
and playo sa Tuenday and Thurnday eveningn. The Advanced divi-
sion also han 12 teamu and they
By chongo coinitdennn, 2 of the
greetest weiteno ut hiotory. William
Shahespoeco end Migait de Cer
vantes lwhe wrote Don Sainete")
both died en the enact me day,
Apr. 2 151w
Ita a
littteroewn tact that
there's e 52foottigh copy of the
Statue of Lihertyffl Pmio, Femme.
Sarprisingly, the monkey
wrench got its mme from its inventer, CItados Monche.
Oddly, the qaickeot way te fo
from America te the Far Fane, ia
NOT te flyeoot,lert to fly went
eumpete 55 Mnnday arid Wednen-
day evenings. Thn League fee is
$900 par team. For more infsrmatins on Adall Flonr Hockey, conThere was nothing to rnsmmble Three Meo aod o Baby" al the
Nifes Park District's Dad's Night br Preschool Fathers and Tots
Dads were iovited to class to learn about their children's learning
experiences in the program Pictured arc dads and their tots play-
registration
The Nitra Park Diatriet is cow
takicg registration lar the Mmc
12" Sloan Pitch Softball Lilagoe
Laagom ilamm will be played at
Joawiab Park (Frantic & Tochy)
The Morton Groom Parb
District i scorren Ily taking
registration lar sommer day
camps Prices listed ore for
residents; add on additional 20%
. 00 Satarday alter000ns from
May 21 through early Aagost.
P1
If yea wenden Wie od OfOe 00O
deaf in cennanconod bee bofare
dolionre) Jeeciegn notknwnoen
miti dndent foe femo ehe per-
loe non-residenl fees
Kiddie Kamp io a recreational
Three
and four year nIds meet MondayThorsday f - lt am There will be
a f30 refundable lorfeO
comp tor preschoolers
The cagar meeticg will be held
at Grecoas Heights, 8255 OhmIo,
on Tcesday, May l, at 63O pm
asd special events, ooder the
guidance st trained counselors
The lee in $45 per session
Jnninr Camp in for children
live asd sis yearn old They miff
Eepirea May 5 lyco
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Friday This camp offers a new
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guidance of trained esuisneloro
The fee in $6g per two week seo-
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siss_ There are four two-week
uessionn beginning June 21
ArSon Cereter is the ideal camp
far everyose'n schedale. This
$15 per session. Additional $31 br
transportation to and 1mm camp
Estended Day, Camp is au ideal
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Monday-Friday. The children
will he transporfed from any
Morton Grove Day Camp to Ihe
Prairie View Community Center.
The children wilt be exposed too
variety of sporto and crollo. The
Morion Grovg Park District Day
Camps can be answered at
HeatAjr
005-1205.
Conditioning
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nera wELnee
CLASSES STARTING
SOON! CALL NOW
Auto Trucks
-Mansfield Park, 9:30 on MJT/Th
-Mrs. Nebhia; 7115-5 - 4 Yr. - NahanoI Park 9:00 an M/T/Th -Mrs.
Fleming; 7115-il - 4 Yr. -Austin
Park 9:00 on MOW/Tb -Mrs.
12:30 55 MIT/W/Th -Mrs. P1mbbia; ond7llS-0-4 Yr. -Oheto Park
12:45 on M/T/W/Th -Mrs. Kraft.
Registration for residente of
Morton Grove begins Mooday,
May 9 at f p.m. at the Prairie
View Community Center, 1134
Dempster St.
For msre o-formation please
call 965-1500.
Pool tokens
on sale
The Nifes Park Dintrict will
begin sellkng aatnattser pool tokem
na Monday May 2, at the Ad-
ministration Office, 7877 N.
Milwaukee Ave. Thoae parchanmg tokens through June 11 can
lobe advantage ofthe lower price
of $30 individual (noch additinnal
bonnily person - $10). MIer Jane
11 the individual pam will unU far
$35 (each additinnal family person - $10).
The Recreation Center Punt is
Familias are invited to bring
mom to Jmwiala Park's Mini-Golf
Coarse at Toolty k Frandns, in
Nilen for a frez round of nsioi-golf
(regalar rate for Ihn rest 01 the
family) on Mother'n Day, Sunday, May 1. The park will he open
from noon to 9 p.m. At leant one
The Niles Park Dixtrictis hi the
Village sponsored July 4th
Parade. This year's parade promises to be as good an, or if not
better than fast year's festivitins.
Presenlly, the Niteu Park
District is acernpting registralion br parade entries. Alt NOes
businesses, groups and individuals are encouraged to par-
For an entry form,
please catI the Nuca Park
ticipotec
District al 9f7-6f33 and one miS
Students in Junior High School
are welcome to slop by the
BalLard School Gymnasium
(Bollard & Combertand in Nitro)
on Friday oights, 7-1:31 p.m. for
sports, games, contesta, and
mГіvie watching!
For more information, contact
the Niles P0mb District al
ALLERGIESTO DUST, DIRT, LINT, MOLD, ETC.?
DIRT BLOWING OUT OF YOUR AIR VENTS?
all the moma who golf on
Mother's Doy will take place
throoghoot the doy. The mom
with the low score dariog their
nf the day. Jmt hand ins your
cashier with your fsll name and
phonis nsmher On It, and we will
contact you at the end nf the day
Hiles Park
District, 7077 Milwaokee Ave. by
5 p.m. Friday, April 29. Planta
may then he picked ap so Friday,
May 0 between 9 am. and 5 p.m.
andlaturday, May 7 between 9-12
coon at the Administration Office. For additional ksfnrmatinn,
raS the perk district at 107-6033.
Watch for snpconssittg details on
our "My Dad io Special..." prograno for Father's Day,
647-1002.
Ace you loohiog for a opecial
Mother's Day gift? Miles Park
tion, call Joowiak Park al
Tam Golf Course will
celebrate's Mnm'n Day hy offertog a Ires hochet of halts at the
driving net to aS moma who visit
the com'ne no Sunday, May 8.
Tam in located at 6796 Homard SL
io NUes. Call 965-0007 far blurmotion.
New thin year, the NUes Park
District asks daughters and noes
District offers Gill Certificates
which may he uncd towarda any
of our programs or pausen. Mom
might eniny applying the gilt errtbficate loa owinaming punt pam,
an enercise clona, an art class, or
golf at Tam. Call 967-0033 toperchase your Mom's Day Gift Crc50icstes.
Teen Lock In
The Nilen Park District will
host a "Teen LorIs In" on Friday,
May 13, at 9 PM throogh Saturday, May 14, at S AM at Grenoan
There will be games, dancing tow
DJ and breakfast. The fee for the
entire night is $12 per pernos.
your life. Terno in 7th and 8th
Registration may be made at the
P5mb Dislrict Administration Oflice, 7077 N. Mllwaulsee Ave. A
signed note from a parent is reqcired at the time of registration.
grade will spend an entire night
For additi000l inforetation, call
with friendo at the Grennan Gym.
the dislrict at 967-5031.
Heights, 8255 Oheto io Nilen.
Let the Niles Parh District lock
Pos in to one of the heat nighta of
Men's
16" softball
The Mortoo Grove Park
elimination tournament for
Men's It" oofthall teams on
Saturday, Jame 81 and Sunday
Jonas 12. Cost io $800 per team.
Team trophy and jackets to tournotated cloatttpionu. Deadliase for
422-4881
the
if Pos wins! For more informa-
District will conduct a 32 team
SKI'S POWER yAC
milling written ennoya will
subosilted to
965-5033.
AIR DUCT &VENTILATION CLEANING
NOes Park District. Alt those sub-
Also, a Mini-Golf Tournament for
be mailed to you.
Free Jtmjor High
Fun Nights
Jerry's Fr-nil Marhet and the
land with morn when golfing.
family member (child) mast ut-
scnrecard after your mond In oar
process of planuing Ike Park asad
to tobe pen in hood and tell os
why "My Mom is Special". TIsis
program is being spomoreet by
receive a free flowerig planst to
prenect te mom. We'll also print
the mInen in the local paper for
mom to read! Essays should he
July 4th
INC
(HARLEM AT MILWdUKEI!
Mother's Day specials
park district at t67-g633.
WELTER
REALTORS,
'
Glenview resident Bill Pellier, vice-president of Corporate Cornmaatieatsorn, BaSy Manufacturing Corporation of Chicago, was
recently honornd Inc his eflorto to promote the upcoming 1980 Nationat Banlcnhall Playnm Association Awards Dinner. The dinner,
lo beheld Sonday, September 25 at Iheldyalt Regency Ctsicago, will
benefit tAttle City's childrnn and adulta with developmnotal
damhilities such ou mentol retardation. More than fO NBA stars
omIt partiripate. Dinner chairman Earl Neal made the presentalion.
round will witt a prize at the end
paro,de plans
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Kraft; 7115-f 4 Yr. -Mansfield
531-9600
Aft Work Guaranteed
n Writing
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- Mansfield Parh, 9:31 on W/F
-Mrs. Nebbia; 7115-4 - 3 Yr.
FOR COURSE SCHEDULE
ANO FREE BROCHURE!
Domestic b Foreign
FREE ROAD CHECK
View Center from 3-t p.m.
Aol; questions regarding the
Complete Car Care
For
L
program for the worhing parent.
The camp meeln at the Prairie
:ee-ngm5 sul lo be $2f per
(312) 729-3500
s
June 28. Each session includes
activities such an swim lessnm,
horse hoch riding lessons, tessin
lessoon, crolla, uwimming, field
647-8989
772-3226
)
tunity for this sunnnnner. There are
four two-week neunisau beginning
tripa csohoutn, and special
evento. This camp meets
Monday-Friday, teSO am. - t
p.m. at Narrer Pork for a fee nl
asd special evenlu under the
Chicago
/ГЌEN
N INGS\
Volkenergen
and from camp.
Camp Mor Gro is a traditional
day camp offerhsg children in 1st5th grades a well rounded oppor-
.
7115-2 -3 Yr. - Oketo Parh, 9:50 os
MJW/F - Mrs. Gait; 7115 -3 - 3 Yr.
For pam iufsrmation, call the
floss at 9674975 or 167-6633 loe
registration and league inlorma-
birthday celebration
Hughes of 2071 Anamer Ridge,
Glenview, kan completed recesnit
Pur,s, KOt on T/Th - Meo. Gail;
11 sod the Spotts Complex Pool,
Saturday Jane lI.
trannportation availabln. Addilional $40 for tranaportation to
Marine PIt., Timothy F.
Hughes, mn of Catherine A.
as follows: 5115-0 - 2 Yr. Mom/Tnt
- Austin Pork, 5-30/TuesdaysMrs. Kraft; 7115-1 - 3 Yr. - OhmIo
Aortin and Oketo Parks for a fee
a second child diamant, and bun
Timothy F. Hughes
Camp Fire Clubs
The Morton Gruye Summer
brochure iocnrreetly stated the
Pro-School Instructors loe each
clam. The correct informatins ix
schednaleot to open Saturday Jane
June SO. The camp in held at
Mansfield Park, leoturing waler
play, crafts, movement esercisen
MG Pre-School
classes
June 25. The camp ix held at
loor two-week sessison beginning
ae000mer. One dndacooc per
reoecr
rluding field trips, gahtho, craflu,
nsvitssnning, sporta and npncial
evento. lt medo Monday-Friday
from O am. - 3 p.m., for children
in tC-ilth grades. There are 1mothree weeh sennions beginning
Interested teams should contact Athletic Supervisor, Jay
car- One dadnction por
I-
camp in a unpervined drop-nfl
center wilh weekly actjvifinn in-
nl $72.00 per ansuion. We do have
obero paico of yeer now nr nerd
Г™ane,nctian
Weiden (066-9430 M-F, tO am. -2
MG Summer Camp
Men 12" Slow
Pitch Softball
r85
Amd. homo nnГІthn, creernaning
tael Rich Buhrkn at the Sparlo
Cnmpinu, 297-tItI, Wndonnday
-Friday fmsm 3 - 7 m. or Jim
ing a bean bag tons game
The learn fee for Ihio leagae is
( itt',
Little City
honors local man
Pnge h
entry is Wednesday, Jane t. Far
rnoreitnformation conlactGordon
Jacoboon at 905-7447.
Dance recital
The Mortsa Grove Park
District is hooting the annual
Sacre recital on Saturdoy0 May
14, al Miles Weot High Schml.
Curtainn open st 3 p.m. TIsis
year's theme is " Dance Exprensiom." Ticketu will he sold at the
Prairie View Comnsuoaaity Center
Registration Desk for $2. Ticicetn
may he purchased at the dmr for
$3. Tieheta ate non-refuodahln.
Please call 965-1210 fnr more information.
Sunday, March 12, the area Camp Fire eloIse celebrated 77 years
of CWflp Fire, al a special birthday celehratinn at Edison Park
i $1000 OFF
I
TV SERVICE CALL
I ORON
ON CARRY-IN SERVICE
Wo Semino All Make, b Medn
Lotherak Clsarch. Memhemn from other cltorefres alsw celehrateet
withio the month of March.
Brander Abhott, Melissa Kowalewaki, Karin Miteai and Jemica
Packst, aS received a special reigioun award on March 13, at
Edison Park Lotheran Church. TIse gtel'o npornnr for the program
I ALERT TV.
was tioneo Piaro.
Atoo atteediog the nervices were Bran Nelson, ttehbin Srksg,
Nicole Kawalewaki, Michelle Schog, Jemica Nelson, Valerie Mitoui, Vichy Shriener, Alexis Renehan, and Barb Mottera, all from
Edison Park. Attending the sevices from Miles were Sandy Hope,
Kristeo Hope, Melissa Brumasnit, Joyce Fancsalmhi and Krishna
Fancoolaski. Attending the services from Park Ridge were Donna
Jamrioka, Peggy Sherman, Cara Jamrisko and Christiane Wer-
I
CampFire is always looking to wetcnrneoew chulees or leaders.
If yoo're intereotest, please contort the c000cil office at 263-6211.
io
mat
Outdoor Adventure
0Camp
The NSen Pork Dwirn..ct' s Ont-
door Adventare program always
proves exciting and adventurous.
Participante ages 11-13 yearn, explore the Ctnicagnlaod area, tearg abost themselves and others
with their doily tripa and octivities. Each sension concludes
with an overnight campoot. Trips
COUPON
Milwaukee Ave. CaS 907-0633 for
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OCan,vblo
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7658 N. Milwaukee
NuES
967-8282
ACE
IIanDwaRE
LAWN GROOM В° RAKE
No. 19-140
limited in order to amure amanimam quality program.
Transportation will he provid-
s Adjustable
. Pull it's full - push it'S clean
s 19 soIf cleaning tines
ed hetwero I and 9 am. with
drnp-olf hetween 4 and 5 pm,
Each participant is required to
bring thnir own lunch.
Session I keginsu Jane 20 and
mots Mnoday.Friday an50 July
45eit
15, Semino II ruas July 11 to
ROTO
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. Scissors on wheels
6 Adjustable shear blade
s Self sharpening
Cfeanly trims
ranging, Fishing, Haraebaek
Ridging, mad Nutrition.
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sldewelks; driveweys
. Duel wheel-tire traction
THE KNOW HOW STORE
150 recreation athletic and swim-
residents will hegГјs on May 23,
while non-residents may begin
registering June 1.
A variety of newprograsp.s will
he uffered, including Flower Ac-
#70081
No. 19-759
Renidenta of Nilnn will receive
the Miles Park District Summer
Brochareattheie homenthe week
of May 23. The brochure listo over
ming stossen fur the slammer
months. Regiotration fur
95
t . Cm araraLns,,%m, Mnsn,
AMESxwc
:o,
LAWN and OAvDEN TOOLS
he
Summer
brochure
delivery
I
,4Г©et
at the Recreation Center, 7077
beaches and meseunm.
The pmgrom is geared tu
youths hetween Il and 13 pears of
August 12. 51 ynu register on or
hefomn Jane 2, thn price for one
nessinti is $180. As of Jane 3, the
price is $195. Non-residnet fees
are douhled. A hieth certificate
and proofof Nilen residency is reqimed atthe titane of registration.
Registration is now being token
967-8282
IVCR
$
SPECIAL
include sock destinations an
Great America, holt games,
age and nnrnitment will
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The Bugle, Tharsday, prfl21, 1988
St. Paul
TheB_ inessP
Years of service
Citizens
Utility
TheBagle, fliusday, AprO 28,1908
usical ris
Extra steps can simplify
sniall apartment financing
a
Obtaining a mortgage for a
Easter Bunny winner
a
With Commonwealth Edison
)
.
crease, consumers need CUB
more Ihm ever. CUB will coolinse lo fighl Com Ed, but we
Bank of Morton Grove are presented by bonk president Cherles R.
Langleld (1) and vice ehoirmon of the bornd Randall J. Yeoerieh
(r) to assistont cashier Foul Aogelioo and maintenance specialist
Bob Weinherg.
Eight 1800 oqnere fool
sew members. That's why we ore
tohing advantage of a new stato
members throogh inserts in state
government mailings. Afanlantic
tosvnbomes Witt he huit on a
'y hy Leader Realty, 4658 W.
Oakton, Shokie. Leader sates
assocIates Cart Lessack and At
Weiser acted together as sole
27,000 sqosre toot site at Glen-
viem and Waskegon Roads in
SIDING
brokers.
Although previossly nosed for
ALUMINUM OR VINYL
WINDOWS
REPLACEMENT
AND STORM
GUTTERS
HEAVY GAUGE
t-00O222-2822.
SEAMLESS ALUMINUM
Ravenwood Corp
ROOFING
WOOD SHAKE SHINGLES
RUBBER
--
quarter earnings
Ravenowood Financial Corporotion, porent of Chicago's
WELTERHERMANSSON
Bash of Raveoswond, On0000ced
that 1988-first qoarter earnings
AND COMPANY
loose 6% to $1,122,000 compared to
631-9600
$1,054,000 reported a year earlier.
Assets reached $403,679,000 at
march 31, 1986, up from,
n/n CENTURY 21 WELTER, INC.
7514 NORTH HARLEM AVENUE
$382,909,000 at Morch 3t, 1907, an
CHICAGO ILLINOIS 60640
increase of 5%.
The Marketing and Investment
Fornen of the North Side Real
Estate Board wilt bear Nich
Carter, vice presidoet of cornmonications research for
Nightingale-Conant Corp., al a
meeting Wednesday, May 4, atO
am. tu Green Briar Park
Fieldhoose, Peterson and
OcUlto Within," according ts Ken
Welter, Г‡entsry2l'Welter Investment EqUities, 7514 N. Harlem,
Forms chainnan.
A prominent speaker and
ASKYOUR
anthor, Carter has been with the.
Niles.based Nightingale-Conan
Corp., the world's largesl prodocer ofaodtocassette programs,
FRIENDS.
WE PAY TOP PRICES FOR THE FOLLOWING
s
meet
"Unlocking the Real Estate
DEAL WITH
CONFIDENCE.
-
NSREB to
Taimen.
Carter's presentation will benn
YOUR DRESSER DRAWER MAY BE
A TREASURE CHEST
since 1971.
OLD COINS: Collections, Accumulations, Proof sets.
s
to represent their interests and
work for lower utility hilts. Bot
now, CUB needs lo be able lo
coUnt On comomers, too. Please
sosple-famijy homes, Lessach join
CUB and help os beat
a5dWeber socceosfolly had the
slilities
lilie Corn Ed. Membersite renoned for multi-family use. ship
information
can be fnond in
The lonory lowolsomes wilt
yoor
nest
license
plate renewal
bave all amenities and wifi be
form mailed ost by the Secretary
available in the fall of this year.
of Stain's Office. Or, call CUB at
The site is fully improved.
FAdA 88 SOFFIT SYSTEMS
s
cornumemocrssa thestate woUld
give CUB the renom-ces it needs
Io keep fighting.
Conssmers con coont on CUB
Foreign and Gold coins.
$
SCRAP:
Gold. Sterling Silver. Platinum. Dental.
S
JEWELRY:
Old Gold und Platinum Rings, Walches,
s
Bracelets, Mine.
s
s LUCKY LOU COINS
at w. Devon. Chicago,
455-8500 5
A trading session will be con.
docted alterthe program. Admis.
sinn is free, and program is open
to them interested in investment
real estate. No advance reservalions are required,
Nilesite Buu
Give us a call for a
no obligation quotation
on your holdings.
receives award
Chanh Bus of Chicago qualified
for Metropolitan Life Inssrancc
Company's ' 'Leaders CooR
e
-
'
g
Lucky Lou Coins
3111 W. Deoon Ave.
Chicago, Il. 60659
465-8500
t
e
fennec" for bis OOtatanding sales
achievement in 1987.
Boo, who is o soleo representalive with Metropolitan Life's
Gab Sfili Branch Office located at
7900 N. Milwankee Ave., Nileo,
will receive n nalca achievemeot
award in July at Metropolita0'5
annual bUsiness confereocest the
Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
ci
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Kay Gierke, a Cbtcogo resideot, won an Easter Bisnoy in a drawmg sponsored byCragiu Federatgavings. Picturedbolow in Lauren
Testa-Novetto, a Savings Counselor at Cragin Federot Savings'
NUes office, as she presented the banot' to Kny.
response to tttsoe inserts tram
Glenview which was sold recent-
.
to pst ap a strong
law that allows CUB to solicit
Glenview site for townhomes
-)
who join the organization. If CUB
challenge to Corn Ed, it needs
rate for the life of the loan. Other
available loans include one-year
TI'J
i 98
OLLFC
.
D'T CHI.
Illinois Bell files mie
kictìn and refund proposal
ililnoin Bell in proposing n $12
rniffioo ratereduction and refund
plan that will benefit ali flilnois
Bell ctsstsmers through either a
rote reduction and/or a credit.
The proposal will be filed with
the Illinois Commerce Commissinn (ICC) tomorrow, If approv.
ed, the reduction and refund
would appear os .1610e bills,
The proposal in dueto a change
in the way Illinois Bell will
recover ifs building cable costa
andito part of a rato reduction/re-
fund plan agreed to last
December by illinois Bell, the
Cook County Hate's Attorney's
outside the Loop area and those
in suburbs adjurent to Chicago
wilt receive a credit of $1.41 per
line. Residential customers in the
rest of the suburbs and the state
Illinois Bell will file further
rato reduction proposals later
cornmunications contractor, or do the
work themselves, filmais Bell
will not islI for ballung cable
work unifi nOter May 17, the an-
ticipated date that the rate of
reduction will be effective.
carries
telephone service from a
Building
roble
designated point in each bmidig
te individual coatomers in Muttitenant buildings or to individual
boildings in a conspua arrangement.
"The new policy continues the
trend of.. deregulating the
telecommunications bUsiness no
CUstomers bave choices when orranging fortheir telecommunien-
tiom synte,ns," said Fred K.
Konrad, Illinoin Beil assistant
vice president-Regulatory, "Our
proposal to the ICC reflects the
otsift o recovering casto for cee.
tain services from all customers
to only lhme customers who ose
the service."
The redsetion and refund proposaI distributes the $12 million
among all customers as a rate
reduction and/or a credit..
Residence cUstomers who live
m the Chicago Loop, near north
and near sooth sides and all ilbois Beil business, coin, PBX,
Centres und dedicated service
PIutII Home Mortgiije
tIsis year and in 1989 to remove
the remainder of the boildiog
cubic costs from ita general
First Cotauìal Mortage Cor-
rutes.
poralion (FCMC) und The
Prudeottat Home Mortgage Gumpaoy )PHJOOC) bave joined forces
lo market The Prudential Home
NSREB condo
Mortgage Program, which svitI
accelerate the process nf bsying
and selling a hanse, The program
sales up
calling Iltinais BeU for building
bet another qualified
Fiit Colonial offers
will receive $1,17 per line credit.
the ICC.
Beginning April 1, Illinois Bell
cUstomers will bave the option of
cable work and be charged for
those servicen, or they can con-
Kaiyo Blake, a student ObSt. Faul of the Cross Schml, bus been
named a winner in St. Pout Federal Buch for Savings' 12th Annual
Musical Arts Competition. Karyn Blahe, a resident of Farb Ridge,
woo Second Place is the Junior It Division for ber performance ou
the piano. Kas-yo was presented a $50 prize by Thomas J. Rinda,
ScnoorVice President, atthe Book's Musical Arts Winners' Recital
at Elmbucol College ou March f.
49 conta per linepermontls. Sauddifton, non-reuidential customers
Office and the Illinois Office of
Public CoUnsel and approved by
North side condominium sales
are benefitting from a favsrabte
real estate murbel, according to
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offored-th.rongb the nine First
Colonial Baseiss, including First
Commit Bank Northwest.
, 'This affiliation between
FCMC and PHMC is a relationship dlsigned to capitalize on our
respective strengths," consmeninted David G. Henry, presodeol of First Colonial Mortgage
Cory; "P}J,4C is state of the art
Nich Marino, president of the
North Side Real Estate Board.
In t75 condo sales in Murets,
Overage sale price wan $101,451,
up from February's $93,600 in 150
salen. Average mie price in
March, 1907 was $80,080 in 181
salm.
ansoog processing ami closing
Operations, in the country. We
have os exoeptionolly powerful
salon and distrtbuttnn neWark, I
enpect that, together, we will
achieve great success with this
North side city and suburban
real estate setes continued tsrise
in
March, after setting new
records in Fehniary.
Total.poles enlame for Ibe first
quarter of 1980 in $221,009,370
program "
compared to a total enlame of
Developed by - PHMC, the
$t97,2t0,674 for the first quarter
of 1987.
Totol voltasse
-in
023 March
behind last year's $79,119,989 in
681 noIes,
Average nate price of all types
of property in 1998 in $124,884.
Last year's first quarter average
tra Frost, an Associate of Weintrank Associates, the Sbokie
Agency nf The New England, un
investment fis-m locuted st 5250
Golf Rood, was once again
honored at the AnnUal Couveslion n Washington, D.C. Frust
Was named te the compuny's
distar Tearn,whicb is made op
nf Ihn InpO new associates
os the
was $112,111.
Average sate price of oingte
femity homes in March, 1988 to
$134,602, up $10,112 over tuoI
year's averuge of $124,400.
The Nortb Side Real Estate
Board maintains one of the
largest
computeriued
Cooperative listing services in the
460
Prudential Home Mortgage Program offers a variety of oilcantages In the consumer, including
competitve rates on convenlional
and jambo fined rute and adjastablerotemortgages up to and
over $2 million. FCMC will be the
sales nod dintruballon oetworh
for the program, and PHMC will
hondletheprocensing and cloning
operations.
In most canes, applicants will
rocetve toan decisions within 14
baninens days of application.
After interviewing and enamel.
ing the applicant concerning program choteen and qualifications,
o FCMC representative wilt
asnint the applicant in completing
the loas application, which will
theo be sent directly to PHMC for
aotomated prscensing, underwetting, closing and servicing.
FUr more intonnotinu, contact
First Colonial Bank Northwest ut
298'3300.
loans. Gown payment re-
Say-
of alt current tenants' teases to
show the income generated by
the property. 1f the apartment
building is new, lease infamiatins from a similar building may
be substituted," be added.
Jobos enplained thaI a detailed
financial institution where you
received your home mortgage,"
Johns ssggested. "If yoU've
established u gond retatinnnldp
with a lender, il will help when
neehing an apartment loan."
lSUIOtI7.
s.
Wool was in the O I posi-
lion s the touxВ» und was honored
ky Dan Toran Senior Vice Freni'
goveniment wits
An enhanced 9-l-1 system
allows both the caller's telephone
number and addreos to he
displayed on a screen at the 9-1-t
answering point. Ou addition,
each cult is routed to Ihe 9-1-1
annwermg point assigned to the
caller's area,
The cbeoges requested by Ithuais lieU
wO
be especially
beneficial tn areas that get part
5f their lelephone service from
switching cenlgrs that serve
more than one cnmnnosity, Bqnsell Unid.
"We are seeking to charge
local gnvernmeotpl unito for the
number of lines actually nerved
by an enebanceni 9-1-1 system
rather than no the total number
nf lines nerved by the nwitcbing
center," Unid Gary Bennett, Ilisolo Bell product manager for
dent of The New Esglaud.
Frost specializes in business
Beuoett said local goveromental agencieo in several pus-is nf
the state are anwiom to labe advostage of logiulatiun paused in
the loot session nf the fllbxoiu
General Assembly that provides
for a local referendum in finance
9-1-1 systems,
cnncepto using life iusurunce us
"Thin new tariff will albo-smb
welt os personal planning. Ailes , provide specific prices to theue
Weintraub, General Agent of the amanso that they cantaythe proSkohie Agescy saps, "lt is not per grnundworh for their refereesnrpriuing that Ira bas received da," Bennett mid.
such notoriety because nf the
Public safety enperta believe
high level on integrity that he
displays with his clients. The
good guys arc winning again."
Frost
and
bis wife Kline are
residento nf Highland Parh.
the new features offered by an
enhanced 9-1-1 nystemcan redare
the time It takes fer police, fire
und medical tedino to respond to
emergency calls.
ed. "Investing in a small apart.
mcame and expense statement
ment building man uffnrdable sptino that's ideal for the beginning
nr enperienced real estate in.
vestor."
.
: i. NDSC PING
essibJe for
9-t-1 service for periods nf 69 or
120 months will receive reduced
monthly rates.
on your money," Julius conclusi-
s: SS
"A gond place In shtain an
apartment Inno might be the
wish to contract for enhanced
vestment an attractive optino,
Jalon said.
"Over the years, real estate
has proved to he u safe investment that appreciates in value
and provides a desirable retaco
run smoothly."
"Ynu will need tosabmit copies
a profit
In n move lo make the
inveotnoenis, the bw miuk factor
and tau benefita make
an in-
prepared, the loan prncbsx shoUld
tan deductible, und, fan investor
trades sp tn a larger building in
the future, the capital gain can he
deferred if the property is sold at
"enhanced" version of the 9-l-1
emergency usmher uvaitahle to
more people, Illinois Bell today
pl000ed to ask -the Illinois Cnmmerce Comminsien to approve
new prices and other changes in
how the servire io provided,
In addition, comsunnities that
Although sassing a small ayart.
ment huildiog is mnre management intensive than alternative
cens your loan application,"
Johns said. "1f you arrive
anailabte to Owners 'of small
apectunent bsildings, including
depreciation write-off. Interest
und other associated costs are
9-1-1
ly in required.
quiremenlo usually range from 25
In 30 percent.
"Typscafly, o lender will require several documents to pro-
ings nf Chiçagn. "Bot the invest.
,.,npeet In a gond one, und usually
worth the additional steps needed
to obtain financiog."
Many tan benefito are still
9-l-1.
Associate honored at
Annual Convention
saies was $77,758,571, just a little.
state, linking more than
NS/CLS member officm.
7-and 19-year fixed-rote hullson
lOrnois Bell ones
circuit cUstomers throtIsout the
state wilt receive permanent rate
redactions rouging betweaoland
The toan approval period io
usually a hit longer than thai nl
the home mortgage loan tecoone
s special appraisal nl the proper.
adjustable rato loam, and 5-,
Senior vice president in charge of
slending for Cragin Federal
as o signed real estate contrsct,
must be sshmitted.
percentage cap on the interest
hnddingo," said Richard Jabeo,
.
asking for o.i'ecord-breaking $1.5
billion, 33 percent, osassI rate io-
going
year adjnstable rate loan with a
term of 25 years. The rain is adlasted every three years with a
lgagcs for small, 5- to 12-soit
N
on their electric and gas hills. But
those battles have tell CUB
brohe, in dehl $75,000.
io
typical home toan, bal the
Lthe Chicago area that offer mar-
Last year, the Citizens Utility
Boord (CUB) saved the overoge
oorthem Illinois commUer $11g
for the current and prior year is
atsoreqnired forthe toan applicolion. to additinn, n survey nl the
property that details the lot size
and building dimensions, as well
rate loam are available in the
marhet leday, inclsdtog o three'
financial tonefita of owning such
a property can he well worth the
extra effort.
"There aren't many tenders in
Board
Speem1pes brio years of employee service tothe First Netionel
A variety of variable and fined-
small apartmeol building can be
more involved than applying for
need coossmers' help.
CUB is fooded solely by contributionn from Illinois citizens
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ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
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First Daffodil Show
at Botanic Garden
The newly formed Midwest
Daffodil Society will hold its first
show at the Chicago Botanic
Garden April 30 and May t io the
East Greenhoone Gallery.
More than 500 daffodils from
England, Ireland, and Asotraho
will be on on exhibit. Show hours
noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aprit
30 and 10 am. to 4 p.m. on Son-
day, May t.
В¶he MidwenlDaffndi1 Society is
an affiliate of the American Daf-
IndU Society and meets at the
Garden.The aim of the society lu
to promote and encourage the
growing and scientific study of
the daffodil, Memhers of the DaSfodil Society who have
volunteered wilt have their
gardens open for viewing daring
doffodit hloom time for members
of their sociefy. For membership
or eshibitor
mf orina tian catt
Jane Meyer, president, at
255-4425.
Follosinger Billy B. Brennan
will he featured io a family prograni from 7-thSO p.m. on Satan-.
day, May 7, at the Chicago
Botanic Garden,
'Billy B,' performances include
a variety of nengnthatinvotve the
The Chicago Botanic Garden in
located on Lake-Cooh Band in
Gtencoe, nne-haS wife cost of the
Edens Expreouway. The 350-acre
facibty in ssned by the Forest
Prcserne District of Conk Connty
and managed by the Chicago
Horticultural Society. Accredited
by the American Association nf
Mnseums, the Botanic Garden is
open every day enrept Christmas
from 7 am. wIg sunset. Admissios is free; parhiog is $2 pee car.
Valley Syniyhuny wilt sponsor ils
Children May 5, and senioro arr
sino invited. The 12 tichetn wilt be
available for the perfornoaoce at
the bus office before the concert.
cooksng, prepared by chef/owner
The Chicago Botanic Cordes is
traen an part of the Garden's Arhoc Day festiviUes. Brennan has
Edem Expressway. The 300-acre
recorded severaS alhumo ineluding 'Billy B. Sings Ahout
Preserve District of Cooh County
GIen)ine, nno-hall mile eaSt of the
facility is owned by the Forest
and managed by the Chicago
Horticultural Society. Accredited
by the American Aunociatios of
Mnsesnss, the Botanic Garden is
open every day except Christsssas
from 7 am. witS sunset. Adonissino is free; parking is $2 per car.
llorica Ahbruucato, aod served
from the pois, offers customers
family stylA cooking coverwg a
wide ronge of the "mother
001510e'' of Italy --- alt at
moilcrole prices.
TIse restaurant, al 5623 W. 2cv.
ivg Park Rd. on ChIcago, opened
10 the oununer of '07 and onw en-
make op a symphony: strings,
woodwinds, brass and perronsion. After demonstrating the
(oys o brisk trade wIth many
regotars. Meals are served daily
varions piones of the symphonic
from 4 to ti p.m., Monday
through Friday, 4 to 12 p.m.
posate, Mr. Bauer will pst the
pieces together playing selec-
Salurdayn and 2 to 9 p.m. Sondayu. Spectais are uereed daily,
tinos from Tnchuthowuky's Symphouy No. 5 auwell asthe popular
Winds and Strings Serenade by
Mozart. In addition, several
certo.
year's winners
are converging on
HOUSEBOAT
VACATION
Symphony Goild have been
selected. They are: Lisa Johnson,
violin; Jennifer Robo, violin;
Heather Dials, soprans. Those
unused for honorable mention
are: Aaron Frontifab, clarinet;
or
Please Send Houseboaf Vscation Kil & Rafes to:
CITY/STATE/ZIP:
TENTATIVF: VACATR)N l)ATES:
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For the price Polo is hard to
heat. Folles who enjoy fine diniog
55m lind it eupeciaity enticing. ft
bne to get in Inc a renssrkable
price: $5.95.
I wish some of these customers
wsnldcome hack durixgthe week
Valley, and the Aurora Kiwanis.
operates the restaurant along
Introduction to
Film Criticism
won't disappoint those who
seldom stray beyond fast food
sayo Barbara Pajda who
places either.
with her family.
We prueide the same tasty food
weekend disAnt.
The number is 470-8022.
Oli May 4 at 7:30 - 9:35 p.m. at
North Shore Congregation Israel,
1165 Sheridan Rd., Gtencoe,
nod affordable prices for lunch
and dinner. Most of the rohmt,
home-style producto nf Eastern
Europe are available by a few
continental inspired selections.
disenssion group wilt meet, Participnnfuwfflseean ausigned film
The chef who leai'soed to coçk in
Poland boo polished bis skills at
the Pierce Damas School of
Reservations are mandatory
for Mother's Day, and also for
sJ B presents
musicale
.
St. John Breheuf School cordially invites you te attend nur
French preparation runs a pro-
opringmusical, "Nickelodeon", a
choral revue featuring 25 chimie
tongs from ragtissue to swing.
Come join os as our "Magical
Music Machine" taken us hack to
lilie kitchen.
Each dish in made from
ocratch with fresh ingredienla
and deft use
oeasoningt.
Specialties grade out well, roast
dock l$8.95) is moist, tender and
non-members ppy $22. To
register and for the current
of
the "Twexties College Gayo,"
"Golden Days of Hollywood,"
Basin Steeet and the big booth
served with a nmanth poach
assignmeut call 433-6424,
of Benny Goodman, Glean
Idays
. Miller and Leo Brown.
MORTON GROVE THEATRE
7300 DEMPSTER
967-6010
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STARTS FRI.
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"VICE VERSA"
ApГ±I 29th
PG
SAT. & SUN. .2:10,6:11.10,10
WEEKDAYS: - 8:10, Ill:Ill
"DOA"
Aloe Alda
Wuhan, lors
Holly Hoes.,
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SAT. b SUN. 2:30, 5:00. 7:30, tO:llO
WECKOAYS: 5:00, 7:30, 10:55
ALL SEATS 91.00 TO 6 PM - $1.50 AFTER 6 PM
Jaaoerciseru wilt go into actioo
os April 30 to raise fondu for the
Leukemia Society of America
InAne sixth consecutive year.
The event is eO-OpOnonred by
WCLR 102 FM.
AI the local level, abuot 300 par-
licipantu are expected to dance
their way through four gS minute
worhonlu ot the BaffaIs Grove
111gb Schnol uite on April 36 from
R
Come join in the luSt St. Jahn
Breheuf Gym on May 3, at 1130
p.m. and 7 p.m.
Come relive those "Good Old
Daya" of to0 Varsity Drag, the
Cot's Meow and - "Ob Vudeodal"
La Solle's wide ronge of fish
dish, char-grilled or baked in
sauces divine, its Insalata di
Mare (salad of Ihr uro) rompused of m500els, squid, octopus and
shrinp togeihee with Encimo
Foccocia a homeiojodc bread
willi
tomatoes and oil, ood
voznemos 500thern-Itolian otyte
postas, blend with the nnrthern.
style cooking of meal dishes 00mb
on Veal Solliehocca, Pollo
(chicken) st. MuGis and Bocconcix) (rolled stuffed veal) alla
Romano to provide gastronomic
liaban delights in the tout traditins of o neighborhood
resfanrant
Por further information and/or
rescrnofionn please contort Dora
or Enrico al 545-7030
1f am. to 2 p.m. Last year the
Omonuls per donor, all of which
wilt he donated to the Leukemia
Also performing will be New
York based oinger-uongwriter
and Steven Kemesylfy.
Gallery hocco are Toeuday
throngh Saturday 10 am. to O
p.m., Thursday 12-9 p.m. and
school theatre.
The play is adapted from
Edgar Lee Masters' "S
Suoday t-4 p.m. for further odor-
River Anthology" o oeriesof
maison, phone 004-2000.
poetic m000logors aboot former
mbabitaol,s - some real, some imagined - of Spoon River, an area
near Springfield, thinois. As the
"More Than a
Box" show at
isfrnductioo to the book states
oU in the Cool are dead- 'uleeping,
Cloe main office al 397-7230 or
fOtndls.
Door prises, refreshments, and
dnoafioun by local merchants are
still being accepted.
Community Concert Associalion uf Maine Township member-
ships provide admission to all
orna suburbs at Maine Kaut and
Moiue West High School
aod(lnriusns Individnal memberships for the four concerto are
$1f, utudent$9 and family$45. Ad-
mission is by membership only
and no tielneta for single performoneen will be sold at the door.
For memberships or further ioformation please call 524-0405 sr
025-2902, Memberships perchased before May t motAd be used as
admission to the May I concert,
Pianist Lenuid Knnmio. The
The Community Concert
divg concert series for 1908-89.
Midweutem cemetery aod frnm
their gravru they speak their own
811 S, Maple St,, Mt..'roupeet.
For additional iooronГЎtios asd
directions call the park tiotrict al
show
Miodarape Gallery,l521 Sherman Avenne, Evanston, presento
"Mure Thtin a Bon" from April30
epitaphs, discovering and confeuuing the reai motivation of
their lices."
Auuamiog theue
"ghostly"
thrnngh June 5. The eshibition
features anounal, handcrafted
wooden hones by more than tWeo-
ty contemporary Americas
roles will be Hites West utadents
Katy Born, Jennifer Caillou, Soon
wazdworkeru.
Fisher, Amy Flack, Karen
David Lieb, Larry Mills, Yuri
Rutman, Kevin llteele, and Ar-
The fourth anonaS enlsibition of
"Adornmexta" wilt keon diuplay
at Mioducape Gallery, 1525 Sker-
man Avenue, Evanoton, from
April 20 through Jane5. Featured
are Ike handmade worho of
jewelry by over thirty contem-
porary Americao deoignercraftopeople.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
throuth Satosrday lo am. te 6
p.m., Tharoday 12-9 p.m. and
Sunday l-4 p.m. Phone 004-2108
fo5-furtker infonnation,
r MG
LAKE LOUISE
. (iLuDItJril
Trouillot, with Tierohy doubling
as the guitar player.
SWIMMINI
NUes West teacher Jamea
Battu directo the production.
Staff member Robert Jobnsoo in
no charge ol costumes, StieG
Owens in the vocal director, and
Cindy Phitkin proeideo the
technical expertise.
Geocrot admission tickets are
$4. Niim West High School in
located on Oakton lltreet at
Edens Eopresoway in Skokie.
Boaoliful Sand Beacheu
Located JOSt 70 MIsales Away!
Coll 506-825f for brIber informa.
Regina
presents free
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Boo 451, Byron, IL 61010
CALL (81 5) 234-8483
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one-acts
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Regina Dominican High School
drama nlndenl.s will present two
d4Q0
one-act plays al 7 p.m. Friday,
April 25 in the auditorium ot 701
Lernst Rd., Wilmette. Admisuion
is free.
"Overtones," directed by
Sarah Dandelleu, wilt feature:
Jenoifer Grimes, Catherine
O'Brieu, Je005e Rneuec (Park
Ridge(, and Susan Walsh.
SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1988
"Who Cullo?" directed by
Dominique Fichero 054 Lynn
Benjamin will fealure: Vivian
Aguilera, Aimer Oaldino, Roua
Hyso (ShOkie), Mary Sabado
(Shobie(, Nicole Raymond and
ST. JOHN BREBEUF GYM
8307 N. Harlem, Niles
Doors Open at 12:30 p.m.
Nicole Baluchon.
2 - 5OO°° Jackpots!!!
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the Ml. Prospect Park District,
Mindscape
sleepiog on the bill' of a
o
Community
Concert
Rod MacDonald.
Tickets are $7 in advance, $0 at
the door and can be purchaued at
"Adornments"
The play's onogs will he performed by John Barba, Wendy
Doyle, Past Katz, aod Pascale
local j0000ccise instructor at
routines performed nr flat
recognised rako artiutu Suuao
Plaines.
scnlptareu by internationally
edocahon.
The cocol is open to the politic.
Entra pledge formo are available
Each participant will collect
at Friesdohip Concert Hall,
Janice & Algnsqnio Roads, Des
Sunday l-4 p.m. For further infoi'matins, phone 004-2000,
wformalios, con call Leukemia
mance on Friday, April 29, f p.m.
floor
Iree-olonding
and
saugers and o gnitar player will
preseot the stage oeroins of
"Sposo River Asthology" at 0:15
p.m. on May 5, 6, and 7, in the
thur Tiersfoy.
courages tIle pobtie to attend this
event.
Persons intereuted is porlicupating in the marathon, or for
Nationally acclaimed folk and
blues singer Josh White Jr. will
headline the final season parlor-
one-of-a-kind ceramic wall pieces
actors and actresses,
Society Iorrrsearcb, patient and
from local wstruclors including
Trudy Mela nl Des Plaineu, a
j000ercisc inutrurtor who en,
Concert Season
mas Avesse in Kvaoutato, will
preseot a special exhibition nf
A cast of 15 Niles West high
School
Friendship
From April 20 through June 5,
Mioducape Gallery, 1521 Sher-
Gallery hours are Toesday
thrnugb Saturday 10 am. te 6
p.m., Thursday 22-9 p.m. asd
Society ut 73041503 or the Jazzer-
pledges for the oomher of
Raku sculpture
at Mindscape
Nues West
stages "Spoon
River Anthology
Gothrie, Kristin Hurt, Paul Katz,
morothou rained $150,500 for the
usciety.
Mebma Olbriuh, Martin Palicki,
R
and gloriously uOlisfy the taste
buds on all terris of sopfilstica.
lion o the cooking of Italy.
Jazzerase to rise
funds for Leukemia
Association of Maine Township
proudly aunouncen the nutulao-
Gamoranes, Douglas Indelak,
Heidi Lapin, Jason Mattock,
etuding Kons-Ba-Yab and Yellow
Itose of Texas.
"BROADCAST NEWS"
guaranteed to teaue, tantalize
Coisanunity Concert Associatiou
:5 a lax deductible orgainzation.
St. John Breheul School band
will provide a deigbtfol Opening
te ourprugramwith selections in-
"ANEWLIFE"
SAT. S SUN. . 1:15, 3:25, 0:55, 7:45. 9:55
WEEKDAYS: .6:30. 7:4e, 9:55
and Chef Kamm keys on on bolldoy conkaig with regional dishes
. Alexander, ttusnell Dunoak, 000
Beatrice Praybyx, Sandra Say-
/ WEEKDAYS: 6:10
STARTS FRI.
A 29th
Featured studetos from 3rd,
5th and 7th grades are: Sunny
manpal, Henry Sarnowshi, Linda
Szcnepunuki, Deun Vavouliotis,
and Jknmy Veikos.
SAT. b SUN. .4:10,6:10
Dunnix Qnald
HELD OVER
A DO R ESS
Demputer.
Arto Board nf the Fon River
Ann.Mwg,al
NAME:
tricky. Your heu heI is from the
south on Milwaukee or cant on
No wonder they're standing is
Symphony Youth Concerta are
sponsored by Aurora's Old Serond Natinnol Bank, the United
1-800-626-5472
MonCo Ocsoet 5- Macisa. Ri, 2, GgbcrosviSc, KY 421144
lighter extrem starting at $3.75.
If traffic is heavy, getting into
the parlsiag lot may get a hit
and un on, pins all sorta of salads,
soups and desserts.
rangements to attend this perfor-
Jod55 RslOhnld
(In KentГєcky, 502-362-4356)
The lunch program features
xany of the upeçalUen along
with sandwiches, salads und
french toast, crepea, pancakes
Schools may still mahe or-
New participants are welcome.
Fee for NSJCC members is $2f;
For ВЎnf . Rutes c,r Rc'seratjons, Wrile or Call 7h11 Frc'c'
The attrgrtiou in all Fon-caneat presentation uf beef hrinkit,
on eating hreahfast diuhea in the
morning, there are bacon & eggs,
Kelly Barr, violin and Grant Moffett, piano.
which create the OlIno experience.
. Largest Fleet of Boats on Kentucky Lake
. No Experience Necessary
. Sinople to Operate
e Orientation Cruise provided
dude 40 items.
For traditionalists who insist
then meettoenptarethe elemento
--
tienes over.
white fish, PoIlais Sausage, staSIed cahbage and pierogia.
in the Chicago-land area, and
ce)iie Eco iiic kv fahr,
crystal cit or c'a cesa h ice d rose pcivarc hounchoci
dryaniisg from I ,raai,.101 l'aris Landicg Scar tack. ts,ici,cc
g.m. to O p.m. The spread mitI in-
spring chicken, vest parprica,
Elliot Krich's ongoing film
Bcts sod
Mother's Day, Boy 8, from ti
the dining room three er four
196-1133. The Fon River Valley
Treat Yourselfto a
sherry sauce ($12.50).
All you can eat buffet of splendid proportions will be presented
Sunday brunch isn't free here,
of cosiese, but inexpensive, pIentilaS and delicious enough ta fill
of
460-4050
mignon with roqsefort and
restaurant in NUes like the fondis
being offered at na charge.
snred by the Fon River Volley
mance by roffing
'sanee, grilled tiger prawns In
Palo herb hotter ($15.50) and filet
It'sllanday morning and people
the
Young Artist Competition uponTIsis
Enilnisite dining "aranso
southern and northern Italian
phony's Music Director, Harold
Saner, bao ptanocd an exciting
program for the Youth cqncerf
entitled "That Wonderful Jignuw
Puante Called : The Symphony."
The aadienle will hear the
families 01 instrumento that
mentO Registrar at 035-8862.
La Botte offers the
mother Cujsjne " of Italy
lomillo" sumo up the scrvmgs at
o new oorthweut side restaurant
called Lo Botte (The Wine Bac.
rei). AO assimilation of Sicilian,
nnnual Youth Concert for
contact the Edncation Departlocated on Lake-Cooh Road in
Trees", which holl he included in
the program.
Blu performance atthe Botaste
. Garden will he in the Authtoriom
in the Education Center. Cost is
s? por person (children under 2
'Music foe the young and
young at hearU" The Fox Einer
tonefol escorpIo from opera will
be performed and the Young ArSut Competibon winoer for 29118
will be featured in the first movemeut of the Silo-Sou Violin Con-
are free) and includesa reception
following the performance.
For additional information,
audience, His program at the
Botanic Garden will Incoa on
-
Polo Restaurant serving
up good foods to eat
Youth Concert
for Children
P.ge 29
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ENTERTAIÑMÑÏÓUIDE
I
Kuzmin concert
Center on Deafness
Leosid Knamior, pianist, will
appear io concert on Sunday,
May t, 3 p.m. at Moine East High
Arts Festival
The Center on Deafness' 12th
School Audrtorium, Potter and
Dempoler, Des Plaioeo as
year's competitìon drew
more th 350 retries Irom the
TOots
Annual International Creative
Arts Festival will be held April
United States, Casado and
29-May 1. Some 150 participante
Australia.
are expected to attend the ac-
The Festival Workshops,
tivrtieo, which will include
prenentation of awards te the Art
and Writing competitions und a
Performing Arto Competition for
talent finalists.
Alun seheduleddaring the 3-day
event are workohops for cbuldreo
presented by hearisg impaired
deaf adults reonwoed for their
and adolfo oh topics relating to
areas uf the arts.
achievements in the arts, are
designed for young people, as
weil as for teachers and other
professionals involved with hearsog impaired children is Ike
hearing impairment and the
The International Creative
arto; Little Miss and Minter Prroonality Pageant; performance
in sign and voiCe of 'Fiddler on
the Roof" hy the Center's Trove!-
Arts Feslivat io a sos-profit ventore funded solely by dona!ioos,
and offers special thanks for con-
tmuisg support to
Kraft toc.,
Mid Continent Agencies,
Household Interoatiosat, Den
ing Rands Theatrical Troupe;
owardn banquet, and npecia!
breakfast performance by mime
artist Picky Smith. The banquet
Plaises Area Jaycees, and
McDonald's Karte Managemeot
Corp. Tas deductible contribo-
and breuhfast will be at the
O'Hare Radisuon Hotel, 5500 N.
River Road, Rosemnnt. AU other
bono to help Cover the coste of the
Center, 10100 Dee Road, Des
traanportation to the Feslival for
ail First Place Winners), may be
sen! to Center ou Deafness, tOltO
Festival (which ioclsdeo
activities will be held at the
Plaises.
The only even! outs hind is the
Dee Road, Des Plaines, IL GOfIO.
nation, the Festiva! was
established to encourage
achievement by hearing ionpaired children In the visual,
literary and performing arts,
The Center on Deafnepe was
founded in 1973 and provides a
range of landmarh arts and
metal health programo for hearbog impaired chitdres and adulte.
;
My campaign reflected my
strong belief that each of 55 can
make O diflerence in improving
1900-09 memberships purchased
before May t may be used as admissios to the Kuzrsoio ooncert.
Bore in Gomel, Byetoruosia
(USSR) lLuansio began otadying
Ike piano when hewoo five peoro
care deeply about the future
work (The saine people always
further study at the Manhattan
vibrant community. Accordingly,
I would lilie-to formally endorse
The Trident Center has a
visiting program tu visit home-
jog
School of Music.
The Community Concert
our homelows areas, elms to
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home in high schont auditoriomu,
bi live performances at on affordable price. Individua! member-
Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago
If yuu are a jam dance lover
and bave always wanted ta see
the Gus Giordano Jam Dance
Chicago perform, now is your
chance for the beoefit of Rush
North Shore Medical Center of
Otusb-Presbyterian-St, Luke's
ships for the four Sunday runreels are $18, studente $k and
family memberships $45. Admis-
siso to concerte is by membership onty and no tictuete for single
Medical Center, Skukle. Tbe
troupe has an eniting and diverse
repretsire which Includes the
musical comedy and the sensuaiity of pure jato dance. The
dancers are the entertainnient
Lighte...camera,,,action; lt's
show tisse for the versatile Msippete of Sesame Street, who jump
from singe and TV screen to the
big screen for the alt-new version
of Sesame Street Live coming to
The Ronemont Horinsn from Apr.
27 tbrough May t.
A show within a ohow, the live
stage spectacular finds Big Bird
and bis sidekichu abandoning the
game show bon! Guy Siniley, who
han won o movie studio, withthe
proviso that he put together a
feature film-in juot-one boor.
With Big Bird as director and
Smitey as Ido gong-ho ansinteni,
Bert and Ernie, Cnokle Monster,
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Notional Alliance President,
Aloysim Mutewstui wilt make a
brief staisment.
203-4511
At soon a parade
or
of
chief unite will step off from
proceeding 000thboomd on GlacIo
lo Von Buron asd disbanding.
The theme ofthio year's parade
is toc000memorate "The 70th An-
niveroary of Poland's Indcpeodeoce of 1918".
The Home of the White Eagle,
8839 Mitwaskee Ave., Nden, will
be the setting for a gala banquet
lo be held Saturday evening May
7 beginoisg at O p.m.
Cdnctod)og the manifestation
Oro Saturday, May 7 a pre-
will be the oflering of Mass on
Susday, May 8 at Holy Trinity
parade breakfast, spomored by
Church, 1118 N. Noble St. at 10:30
Grover, The Count, Prairie
the Chicago Society will be held
al the Wainnt Room of the
BarktGy the Dog and some
Bismarck Hotel, 171 W. Randolph
SI. For forther information or
hebeto contact Romuald
290.8500.
Summer Gardeners
"Big Bird Goon Hollywood," net
nut is sandbag the movie ncbeme
to regain ownership of the studio
they Ion! to Smiley.
Jost is linse for sunsmer plan-
hog, Skokie Public Library
presents Common Seme Garden-
io4, a tallo by Certified Master
Gardener Marilyn Casnidy. Ms.
Casoidy is a representative from
lbs Chicago Botanic Gardeos.
She is an active volunteer with
the Botanic Gardens, a writer
and, of course, avid gardener.
A lighthearted musical brimming with songn dancing, setlingo and wit that have
characterized Sesame Street
Live presentations nbere 1980, the
90-minute production by Bob
Shipstad runs the gamnt of
musicat fare and movie situolions, from a Tarzan sequence
featuring a reluctant Grover, to
Prairie Dawn us a latter-day
Skokje Women's
Club meeting
Carmen Miranda, to a Frankensteto re-creation by The Count and
bis tronty asnistant, Cookie
Monster.
Presented by VEE Corporation
The5kolsje Valley Business and
PcOfessioriu,al Women's Club will
hold its Monday, May 2 meeting
I have also met some bind,
quiet, generous seniors. These
are the 00m who do volunteer
seemtovobunteer when needed.(.
tound elderly. The greedy people
nbould get off their " duBs" and
go visit some of these people.
. Maybe they nill realize there's
Her taSi wilt cover suck topics as
when, where and what to pta01,
lips nc creating thriving, healthy
planto sod a queolion-und'aOswer
period.
The semine meets on May 10 at
7 pm.
Admission is tree. The Library
n
io located at 5215 Oabton
Shohie.
directed and choreographed by
Diane Arnold, The script was
Writtes by David Counell and Jito
Thurman of CTW. Musical arrongemente and original music
their BPW leadership.
Do ley lo join nu, Social hour
5:11 p.m., Dinner at O30 p.m. $10
incisding tax and gratuity.
Please call befare Moedap. Pat
Maim at 675-5254 or tesa Kroutit
were produced by Production
Associate Paul Walkerg with
otage and sel doulgon by Jim
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at 66452tO Ext. 240 or 622-7320.
The Tulip Festival in Holland,
Michigan, will be the destination
of a tone from 7 am. to ll:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 5. View the Dutch
architecture, bridges, canals, the
tulip gardens with 100,90f tulips
in full bloom, the costumed girls
performing wooden nbne dance
and ubuerne the
200-year-old
Dutch windmill. The rout is $89.
everything they can get.
Sincerely,
Recent Retiree
teom 9 n.m. to 4,30 p.m. Sunday,
May 15. Understand the colorful
history nf Chicago's Stockyards,
Highlights and Landmarks"
Branch pickup
schedule
announced
Maine Township Highway
Commissioner Bill Fraser in
rrsssindiog cmideote of uoincorporated Maine Township that the
Highway Department will pickop
branch trimsidssgs through Oclober.
Fraser seid towssslsip crews
began pickiog up branch trimm-
Hyde
Park,
warfare. The coot is $32.
A Michigan Lake Shore tour,
from 7 am. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21, will take you lo the
Micbigao Sand Dunes, Lakeside
Winery and the Ford Presidential
Museum m Grand Rapido. The
cost is $50.
See the latest and the newest
building in Chicago os"at's
New in Chicago?", from 9:30
am. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June
2. The cml is $34. The scenic
Wiucomin Dello wilt be explored
from 7:30 am. Saturday, Jane lt
ta U p.m. Sunday, June 12. The
cost is $123.
Theater-lovers can see five of
the finest plays of Shakespeare
und 20th century playwrights at
the Stratford Flay Festival in Ontarie from June 20 to July 2. The
cunt is $304.
Tourists wIll hoard a lansry
motor coach from thenseth parkmg lot ofNilsuNorthfligh School,
9800 Lawler, Rouble. Participante
of the Stratford Play Festival
tour will leave at 7 am. from
Oaktsn East, 7В°/Il N. Liocoin
Ave., Skokie. For information
and regtetratios, call the MONNACEP Office, 582.8880.
Nues and Skokie join
Shape Up for CF
The Shape Up for Cystic
Fibrosis hosted hy Women's
Workout World will he un Mon.,
May 16, from O am. to 9 p.m. The
assonai fitoem fundraiser wilt be
eunducted at the ?gilea club, 7900
N. Milwookee, and the Ruokie
ingo is April und will continoe the
club, 4020 W. Dumpster, as well
as all other club locatiom.
service during alleranate weeks,
starting on Mondays. When the
scheduled dato falls on a holiday,
branch pickup will start on Tues-
A participant oblatos pledges
based su work-out time. Prises
can be won according to how
sweatshirts, Women's Workool
World memberships and Asia
aerobic sham.
Last year, Women's Wsrkoot
World raised more than $80,000 te
benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Cystic Fibrosto Is an inherited
disease, that attacks the lungs
and digestive system. Half the
children born with CF do sot live
past their Slut birthday.
Spanner lorms are available al
all Women's Workout World loca-
doy.
much money she turm in on
Fraser seid branch clippings
shoold be put out for collection
pledge eollectioo day, Thus., May
31. Prizes inclode t-shirts, Thor-b
tiom. For more information call
aerobic socks, sweatpants,
Skokie club at- 674-5587.
with the cot ends facing the street
and should not he placed in
the NUes ebb at 007.8100 asid the
e publish every Thursday..
colverts and ditches.
Collection dates foc the re-
mainder of the season are the
weeks begimiing May 9 and 23,
June f and 20, July 5 )Tnmdny)
and 18, August t, 15, and 29,
September 12 and 26, and October
to and 54.
Wood chips made from the
branches are available to all
township residsnts and
businesses. Full trockloads will
be delivered. For information,
call Fraser nl 635-1120.
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Oar program wilt highlight nor
Bombera' personal and professiOssal achievements inclsdmg
The cost is $42.
Join Dr. Irving Cutlerfora narrated tour of "Historic Chicago:
(Lehigh and Uncoin) in Murtos
"Big Bird Goes Hollywood" was
scheduled from 0:30 am. to 5:30
p.m. Saturday, April 38.
Highlights include a visit to New
Salem, a gulded tour of the
Capilot boilding, the Litocola
Shrined and the Lincoto's tomb.
with the Chicago Fire, the
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In cooperation with Children's
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For further inlormation coo- before 0:30 am. oo Mondayn of
tact Polish Notiosal Alliance, the scheduled weeks. They should
Helen M. Snym000wics al be neatly placed on the parkway
Atte ntion
At the sume tiene, tenie the
Great and Wormy Wenderf st,
slightly shady sibling Muppef
oters created by Jim Remon for
Waters.
Matuszcnob al
Clack Sireel and Wacher Drive,
thbdurityDriven, in the prnximity
nl the Adler Planetarium, Polish
momter friendn-pitcts in lo make
the mont uf 00 minutes under the
lighte and before the corneras.
g.
owes them everything "fur tree".
The first tour, "Springfield: A
Pullman,
Coostitotion. The evento wilt be
m000meot, Lakeshore and
Dawn, Oscar the Grouch,
renidente lo join me.
Jeff Schoenberg
& bugle corps, floate and mur'
deus (Todeusu) Konciunzko
On-9000, eno, 3715.
Sotker in the November general
eleelion. I urge the district's
festivities observing the tt7tb Asoniorroory of Poland's May 3, 179!
On Tuesday, May 3, at 10:30
a.m. a wreath laying ceremony
0111 he coodscted at the Thad'
teem map be made by calling
p
Mars will murk three days of
Saloeday and Sunday, May 7 and
liGO p.m. Cant is $39 per peruon
the
Thompsoo
administration's questionable
of
flag
bearers, orclsestran, bands, drum
held os Tuesday, May 3 and
noon, with the performance at
nf bis lliepsbtican opponent, who
bas consistently supported manp
PГІland's Constitution Day
celebration
A magnificent parade, super
for the hespltat'n tancheon [uni!
raiser, "Ms Aftemnon W!th...And
Ail flut Jazz," being held Thursday, Muy li at the Sfyatt Regency
"Big Birdgoes
Hollywood
for a good camea favor to
We weeps ait sssijOr
errait Cards.
work toward a more
Calvin Sutker, for re-election to
the t908-t9oerieu and cordially inviles the enlire community to enjoy outstaodiog artiste brought to
Rrgular
Msthrr's
lo
my primary opponent, Rep.
Association is presently conductin5 O membership campaign for
faMiliar environs of Sesame
ltssqiied.
hold ocote for their late friends
asd if you are alone, they could
care leso. These greedy people
tlnints became they paid taxes
(05ko doesn't?) the Government
sOnor conomunity, oudthis is why
r am supporting Rep. Calvin
poigs, and I am truly grutefst for
thor strong show of support.
Street for Sunset Strip and the
bright lights of Hollywood. It's
00 tu 3
lion. bio valueo and teginfative
prionties sharply contrast those
Stratford Play Festival in tosco
Visit with Abe Liocoln"
rode, load and greedy. They will
not welcome newcomers. They
coded, I look forward to continu-
503-570f, Est. 4810.
will Be
Semcd
In The
Mannlns
meollo0 the changing nocAs of
Michigan, and enjoy mme of the
finest theater prostuctiom at the
some seniors in NUes who are
United Stets, tahiog op resideoce
in New Yorh City, and he began
For more information call
Tsensu re ВЎSony
sor Orean growbsg senior populo-
roregy 050 behalf of my cam-
ofthe
md oaoque Oujldje0.
mooilY by actively working to br-
Haymarket Riot, and gangland
spoosored hyMONIdACEP begin'
nino April20.
Now that the campaign has
parking is available.
h. The
Banquet
Building
the qoality 5f life in our corn-
cemeteries, und placeo counected
the Easter Eggs from the kids.
I have found in going to social
fuoctioss with seniorn, there are
and hin family moved lo Ihr
st, and studente are free. Free
Breach
thdale for state repee505tative
who has demonstrated a cornrni.
Citinen t want to nay how askanosed I am of those seniors who took
contributed their time and
"The Waltz
Day
Dimiere
challenges io the years ahead,
and rep. Suther io the voy cao-
Au a recently retired Senior
enter the Preparatory Division of
the Stete Conservatory of Music
io Miosh and continued studying
there for the oent len years with
Irisa Tseveteeva. Later Kuzmin
Waite of the Toreadors" by
Day
Our community facen dilficolt
Visit the sta e capital,
Michigan Lake Shore, Chicago's
historic landmarks and sites, see
the Tulip Festival in Holland,
oho shored thathelief generously
French ptaywrighl Jean Anoullh,
May hA Performances will beat
llp.m.May5andO; 7p.m. May7;
and 3 pm. May 0, in Ihe Carteos
Toner Leclui-e flail Asdiiorium,
Kednie and Foster Aves. General
Admission is $2, faculty aod stoff
boil, he Cosijos
Ing Novesober election against
hin Republican opponent, Sheldon
Marmo.
Dear Editor:
old. At seveu he was chosen to
wilt present the comedy "The
lo, OhiOsenie
060e Geserat Aosewbly in Ike corn-
onT isoovatisns. Muny people
North Park College, Chicago,
Muaher'n
Greedy Seniors!
ment lo protectiog the consumer,
edocating nor y000g people and
log about ihe necessary changes
Toreadors
Opeculr,kei
pirtrirt who vigorsonly sop-
000cert of the current series.
cost otyie of Jons ballet, the fan nf
osw8iswbe4i
sCI Illinois' 58th Representative
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Dear Editor:
ronald like to thank the
I
1youoaodu 5f concerned residente
ported by candidacy in the March
Democratic primary.
door.
Formembershipo or further information please call 814-0405 or
Gift gfLove
provide entertainment
Schoenberg thanks residents
presented by the Community
Concert Aosnciatios in the final
performances will be sold at the
?
MONNACEP tours
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Giordano Jazz Dance
Chicago to perform
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HOSPITAL NEWS
HOSPITAL NEWS
Medical staff preSident
Resurrection restructures
Forest offers Didactic
Dr. Michael Marogannre was
recently appointed presIdent of
the Martha Washington Hmpltal
health care positions
MedicatStaff, ---------------- -
for professionaVs
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Dr. Mnraganore received
'Involving Oho Family
Greece, He did his InternshIp at
Evangelical Hoopitnl and his
residency in Pathology st
tesoional Psychology at 1 p.m. on
Friday, April 29.
Presenters of the program,
which will he held io 1ko Novlch
Auditorium, Forest Hospitol Profesoinoal Buitdiog, 551 Wilson
Swedish Covenant Hospital and
West Side VA. Hospital, He jotsed Momo Washington HospItal,
4055 N, Western Ave,, In 1970 au
the Director of Laboratories.
Dr, Maroganore Is n member
Lane, Des Plaines, are Thomas
ofthe American Medical Associaloon, AniericanSociety of Clinical
Todd, Ph. D., and Marc Woltoes,
Psy. D., C.A.C.
Pothologisfa and the coSege of
American Pathologists.
He residen In Skokie.
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Dr. Todd in the co-author of
'Family Therapy of Substance
Dr. Michael Maeagnnnre
Abuse," recognized as o clasuir
reference, aod atoo is Ihn autbor
of oumerosu publiratious on the
subjects of usbutauce abone,
manIal and family therapy. He
holds a Ph. D. io Clinical
Weiss Hospital to open facility
Warren Nelson
been appointed executive vice public relations for the corporaIn restructwthg of positions
t Resurrection I4eolth Core Cor-president of Resorreetion Health lion. Nelson resides in Arlioglon
Core Corporation Financial Sor-Heighls.
poration, (7435 W. Toleott Ave.,
Chicago), Prevident Sister
vices. Geile is a resident of Barr-Robert Barrigor, formerly
director of marketing, has keen
Bonaventw-e. CR., bas annolmc-ingian.
Warren Nelson, formerly direr-named vice president of
ed the following changeo
tor of development and poblic marketing for Ike corporation.
relatiom, bas been named vice Barrigar resides in Wkealon.
Ronald fledir, formerly senior
vice president for finonce. hoy president of development and
Half-day b ike otting
The LifeCenter on the Green,
5145 N. Californio, health and
Harms end Old Orchard Roads.
Paeticipanlo most have their
st.
Francis
'Nursing Center
Open House'
own bike, aired op and io good
Swedish Covenant Hospital, is tonring condition. All asked lo
sponsoring a haS-day bike noting bring a sinoS bottle of water asd
s onSat., Apr. 30, fromth3fa.m. to perhaps an apple fora late moro-The St. Francis Hospital Sckool
ing snack. Experienerd leaders of Noosing annoanced il sviO offer
12 noon.
a 50 percent toition reduction to
Two bike 500es hove been pian-ovili bd provided for both groops.
For more information or to stndenls entering tkrtwo-year SI.
neda leisorely 12,-mile roond
fitoesn renter affiliated with
trip course or a more in-regintercallthe LifeCentor on 1ko
Franrisprogram io Foil, 1908. In-
formation aboot the toitisn
vigorating 25-mile round trip ong-Green, 0758300, Ext. 5660. Bikers
redortion and other financial oid
ment. Both toare sviO be on the must be of least 14 years old. A $5
beautifol northern segment of the advance registration lee is re-opportunities will be availokle at
a free Norsing Center Open
Forest Preserve bike trail near qmred.
11000e" keld Monday, May 9, at
the St. Francis School of Nursing.
Meo and women interested in a
norning rareerare invited to drop
ky Ike Open lIeuse anytime from
commercial section of The
The Brnukers also offers u
ted by professional staff
members as well ou guest
lecutnreu, will cover pertinmt
kealth topics. In oddities,
Breakers at Edgewatee Beach
development cureentfy ander
perIodic kealitkscreentogs wilt be
constrsctton m'the 5300 block of
North Sheridan Rd. Sckedoled to
open io Joly, the Weiss Hospital
offices will he staffed by pkysinions alfiliated nith the hospItal.
Office space, conssltatlnnosdexnmtnotion rooms os well as x-ray
and laboratory facilities will also
be part of ther services being of-
wIth u videotape library deliver'
mg medical sod health InformaCon to residents at any time of
the doy.
Edgewater Beach is a 478-wilt
rental rommontty for active
seniors which won conceived by
Senior Lifestyle Corporotion
(SLC) of Chicogo.
Known tor its rep500tion as a
oniversity-affiliated community
he one of
professional staff will he
from The Breakers wilt he pro-
vidcd for more complicated
u-rays and other hospital-boned
services, he said.
people."
For further inforonution, con-
Purees' prenentalion was part of
"Awareness Day" spomored hy
S,A.D.A. (Stodento Agniont
Drugs and Alcohol.
hog, Openings are available In
the potleot core oreas and in the
rlerirol areau Volunteers will io
aoareoens about the send for
organ mid tissue donors din-mg
As a coimnonity servire pro-
volunteers to work io different
spend some time in a hospital set-
Resurrection Hospital will be
101oiog forres wilh the
Metropolitan Chicago Hcallhcare
Cuoio-il and the Regional Orgau
llaok of limois to raise public
Scout's project
to benefit
Hines Hospital
Avenue in Evamtun. For addi-
departments at the hospital.
Volunteers ran he of all agesfessu high school freshmen to
retired citizens-who wish to
Donor
Awareness
Week
euemtes being fought ky older
tional information, call 492-6230.
TrierHighSchool on April 27. Mo.
The uereeiinsg involveso simpIe test that can detect blood in
the stool bofare It can be seen.
and kefore other symptoms appear. Hidden blood io the stool
may he a sigo of cancer or other
internal disorders, The bevorCult lost may be used at home,
following a brief, pro-test diet
aod using a spored kit, to collect
the
Edgewoter Hospital located ot
5700 North Ashland Ave. on the
oorthuide of Chicago, is seeking
delivered o lecture on suhntance
abome among teenagero at New
1-31.
help solve the mossy problems
that are brought on by isolation,
Edgewater
Hospital seeks
volunteers
Associates of Morton Grove
Community service, from May
pointa ofintereut oromd the cloy,
"Communitlestike The Breakers
lcet, working for the rank of
C.A.C. of Coimneling Service
homoccult screening ito to
Chicago urea residento, os airee
events, mnoeums ood otber
07f-8700, est. 1030.
Mo. Karen P0mev, MA.,
Memorial Hospital will offer
specioltrips tu concerto, sporting
ovailabte at The Breakers to provide medical services, explained
Martin SigIlo, MD,, who serves
as Director of Medical Affairs for
SLC. Froc traonpnrtatloo to and
Substance
abuse lecture
Digestive Diseuses Awareness
Month", Louis A. Weiss
ulonuhip and social inleractiuu
become mure important os we
travel througkthe aging process,
Therefore, The Brechen offers a
can amore that kigbly qualified
The SI. Francis Hospital School
of Nursing is located al 319 Ridge
dectorallon of TMuy as "National
According to Dr, Siglo, compo-
and stodeolo will be on hood to
amwer questions akoul financial
aid, the advaotages of a two-yeor
norniug program, aod the many
career apti000 Opon to nursing
sIdents after graduation.
"The tuition reduction and
Open Goose are part of our cftorto encouraging people to in-
teresting to people who are coonidering a career change or who
cannot afford Io opeod loor years
of their time and money to
kerome registered nurses."
to recognition of the National
Digestive Disease Coalitionk
upumored by Weiss Hoopitat,
considered lo
of Forest Hospital,
Or.Woltneo is a specialist io
adolescent/family probfcois and
Certified
A
alcoholism C0000elor,- ky lias
pubhnked noverai professional
articles and is a Ireqoent speaker
on the topic of sUhstaore abuse.
He is President of Families aud
Adolenceuto in Recovery (FAR),
an iotensive treatment alter.
Oative fur adolescento and their
families,
Offered free of charge lo pro-
fesnionals
od studeoto io the
health fields, the Didactic is ocCredited for Continuing Medical
Education, registration in reqmred; call 635-4303 to register.
Lutheran Church, wilt help in the
collection of clothing and books
some type of organ and tissue
Hospital. If you hayo any skirts,
hInters, pant,s, skirts, sweaters,
jackets, and books which you no
longer ide, they would he appreciated.
lisIes abon: tu tlliunin, aver 500
Clothing should be clean andin
good condition, for both mro and
currently ad successfully belog
tConsp)aoled io Illinois arc
kIthey, heart, livor, pancreas,
tcaooplanistion
Ore waiting for
the United
70110015 are waiting for kidney
trauslaots while another 200 are
Ovedliroly blind due lo tack of
Corneas for frausplaut.
Among the organs and tissues
women; no shoes, socks, or
lung, boor, boue marrnw,corneo
underwear run io ucccpled. Firtino and non-fiction hooks ore
sod Chor. Resurrection Hospital
O)SO hs
Pined with other Illiooio
l]OSytlals io Complying with stale
sod )vdecal "Required Request"
CfS15tjo0
I
age. Coloretai cancer is second
only lo 1mg cancerbo terms of in-
cidcncn. Currently more 0-au
130,000 new cases develop, und
about 00,000 people dic from the
disease each year.
To receive your free hit hy
(vail, call the hospital's Publie
Relatiom Deportment, 870-8700,
Ext. 1930, weekdays hetween 9
am. and 4 p.m. Each caller will
rocoive a bemorrultlesthil, corn-
plete with detailed inslrsctioou of
how it should io completed. Aller
the participant completos the
lest, it should ho mailed lo Weiss
Hospital's Choirai Lahuratory
fur auslysis. Findings will he
The laws call for
'rOuais to offer the spUrs of
'rgdIl donation lo the next-of-ion
:enl1al Organ and tissue
Parkside Fitness Center
celebratesali iversary
Cester will offer free cholesterol
and blood pressure screening
frasi 1 tu 7 p.m. Wednesday, May
4. io the first-floor sooth meeting
room and cafeteria. lt is
necessary tu have an appointment; they may io made ky calling the medical center at
077-9108,
-
st. 3880.
mm screening is part of o
nation-side program at marc
than 410 hospitals across the
Couniry, sponsored by the Valuslacy Hospitals ofAosscriea, EolitO- -
ed "Cosotooms USA: the Na-
houaI libad Pressure and
Cholesterol Cheek," the nationsnide event will me a special protacot, developed by the Voluntary
Hospitals of America and the NahanoI Heart, Luog, and Blood lasstilute,
CountDown USA will be the
lire1 001iao-svide screening for
cholesterol, and it will be based
00 new cholesterol guidelines fer
adulto. Below 20e mg/dl is ceosidered desirable; the range
from 200 ta 239 mg/dl is considered borderline high; and a
level of 540 mg/dl or more is con-
sideral higb-klood cholesterol.
1f an individual's cbolesterol
measures below 200, he will p
told that bis ebolesterel is fine,
but that be should bave it rechecked asitbiss the nest five
years. fI an individoal's
cholesterol is lu the borderlinehigh or togli rouge, he will be ad-
vised ta have follow-up evalua-
tium done by a pbysician. Aspase
wsth a blood pressare reading of
140/90 or more asili also io referred is a physician.
Dr. Lobo to speak
On May 4, at I p.m., at Holy
Family Hospital (Den Plaines
Room), tfo River Rd.,
Des
Plames, Dr. Phillip Lobo mba is a
radiation nncslogГЇnt at Northwest
Coisunuoity Hospital will spools
to oar Spirit and Breath.
The Parbalde Sport and Fitness Center, part afParkuide Hnman
Services Corporation, recently celebrated ita five year 000iver-
sary. Pictaresi are Tom Higgins, disertar of the Parkside
Fitoew/Sperfu Medicine Cestero and Scott Chovanee, director of
the Parkuide Sport and Fithesa Conter.
The fitness renter is located io the Parbuide Center building
at
1075 Dempster in Park Ridge, adjaeeut te Latberan- General
Hospital. The facthtyo5prs a 4-lone, 2OyardswImmingpOOl,
muftiuse exercise roam anCa performance cmior with a loll comptement of eqsipmenl for fitucas training and impras'iog one's
strcogth, flexibility abnd endurance.
The Parboide Sport and Fithesu Conter offers a variety al
membership packages.
Each member mili receive a personalized fithess program suited
te his or bertested level of fitness.
Fur more osfonuation about the memberstops at the Parlsaide
Sport and Flisms Center, please call 090-6132.
-
Skin Problems Seminar
Weiss Medical Conter, 6374 N.
Lincoln Avenue, will ssmur a
matology and memher of tIse
free cammunily education
Weiss Hospital medical staff. He
seminar, "Sumsuer and Your
skin cancer, and suourreenu.
Scaimg is limited, so reserda-
Skin", on Tuesday, May 10, at
7
p.m. in the fourth floor medo6
room, The speaker is Harry
Caldos, M.D., specialist in der-
seill diseusu.,,j,ju' g, signs of
tiom Or reqseslesf. CaS the
Puklir Relaliom Departmest,
Ext. 103g.
mailed to participaula within appronnuately one week nf receipl.
LGH flursing
activities
II'
The Oinioion -of Nursing at
Lutheras General Hospital-Park
Ridge ivoufd like fo invite area
image 7 tu 9:30 p.m., Wednesday,
May 4 in the 010es Audiloriasos.
200,008 people
fur Ihe veterans of Hines
tiny stool smears.
The American Gancer Society
recommends poorly stool blood
tests for people Over 50 yearn of
Aoareue5s Week in Illinois, April
of Troop 955, Edioou Pork
matcked op with their individual
Scout Tom Petoold will io colinterests and schedules.
lecting these items ou Suudoy,
Fer more information, pleose May I, at Edison Park Lutheran
call Ms. flu Cbaikeo, direclor of Church, 8826 N. Oliphant, from f
volunteer nerviren, at 878-6080 am. to 2 p.m. Came ta the euEut, 3298, Mondoy-Friday, 8 um. trance of the parking lot, at the
io 4 p.m.
- rear of the church. -
staff
nurses lu a free lecture ahout
Accormig to the National OfliCe of Organ 'rransplantation
-
Department of Psychiatry
A memher of the professional
Organ aod Tissue Donor
24-7g.
Eagle Scoot, Thomau E. Petoold
welcome.
Uoiversity of Pe005ylvavia
hemoccult screening tests
.
feral at the medical office full range of recreotlonol and
center, which is slated to occapy educational programs, nod
more than 10% of the 32,000
sqoare feet of commercial spoce
io the hsildtog. The Breakers at
turai traiisog st the Philadelphia
Child Guidance Clinic and the
sukotaner ahuse.
Cholesterol and
blood pressure.
screening
Rush North Skore Medical
Weiss Hospital
preventive health maintcuance
progrum, Clames and seminars,
tact Weiss Hospital's Psklic
Relations Department, at
House should be especially in-
Give Heart Fund
noonced plans to open o 3,088
sqsare'foot medical office in the
Ueiveroity and received postdoe-
leaching hospital, Weiss Hospital
euplained Clare O'Boyle, School
of Nursing Director. "The Open
Avorirar Heart 0800Ciatisfl
Louis A. Weins Memorial
Hospitol, 4f4f North Marion
Drive, on Affiliate of The Univer'
nity of Chicago Hospitals, has on-
Psychology from New York
4-8 p.m. School of Nnrsing faculty
ventigate a career in nursing,"
Exercise regularly.
in The Breakers
Ronald Dedl
in
Chemical Dependency Treatoient" will be the lopic of the
ooslhly Didactic preseoted by
Forest hlospilat and Foundation
aod the Forest Institute of Pro-
medical educatIon at the National University of Athens In
Robert Br1gr
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career advancement and nurnisg
I
d
Presenters for the event will he
Florence Smith, RN., M.S.N.,
censutlaut for professional oursiug'careers, sebo wilt talk abolit
"Promoting Your Career and
Marketiug Yourself," and Winnie
Lauder,
RN.,
Rush.
Presbyterian-lI. Luke's Medical
Center, who will address "Pro-
MAY 5
Hoffman Estafeu
SUICIDE: A CHILD'S LAST CRY
LI ll,uns ors syvpt smurec ouvia,vu t h000rv,vts,go als
o How do you dl 500555U,n do u,th your uhOd'
D Leurv,o g fluo I ounde,s tond ynur child's pu,n
D Where du y uUlUrv for help'
fesnional Nursing Imago."
The program io part of a
number of arfivilleo planoS for
Nalional Nnroeo Week, May I
through 7. The Lalheran General
theme is "Nuruing A- Credible
Professino Doing an Incredible
Job."
The lecture is free and open In
Ihr public howener, as seating io
lirniled reglslraflon is soggested
Tu register nr for more informalion, call Marge Hnlfmao,
656-3000,
-
MAY 9, 19
DesPlomes, Holfman Esfotos
FAMILIES IN CRISIS...
WHAT DO YOU DO NOW
Ssvsono b eCumos,v lOo,Carnd dlso cr15 O culuono
uw
or daugnls, 1,05 cheals sIsals.
culs schcsd
n ounssr,,nauo y Whal reel'
: r,rd,og flolp nefore o suros bused aga,reho,o dc
you urn'
When it nassen lu uoderstu,rdivg
oГ№rselues or nur o lOres beser, wo all
haue somethIng I.. ears There urn
problems nod 11ko to work nul, but
need help knowing hou Chavgos
ucd like to make but nanI
That's why Forest PsyuhCa,e
Hospital In ott en]vçav Other verlos
nl Iroe preso, laI--s - IO your
C Ommun dIes _ atOut these Issues
They're uonuenie,' they're sturm,.
lue, they'ro Impunant
Availoblllty s l,rloted avd by reserosIon. 50 rcgStel u -Ip Call 635-4302
sr 635-d39t tor briny, dotais
Forest PsychCore Hospital
The B.sgle,Thursday, April 2f, 1988
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NEWS
SCHOOL
Regina
Internationa'
Club supper
On Thursday, May 5 lfynrn
The Internationel Club at
flegme Dominican 111gb School
will hold it, anoual potluck supper at 63O p.m. Thorsday, April
28 in the cafetecia at 7t1 Locust
lt natiГЎnalities.
Joan Egon and Donna Kingden
moderate the International Club.
is
Eva Neuhaser is moderator of
Club officers are: Eunice Kim
(Sleokie) as president; Mary
Mulinowski (Morton Greve),
tinois llcieuce Olympiad cnmpei-
children to participate in a ochnol
event.
The special people will attend a
Moon are vice presidents; Connie
Kirn (Glenview) is secretary;
and Stefanie Martinez is the
will have an opportunity te visit
the classrooms for refresismenio.
PUBLIC NOTICE
A finalbudget beariog will be
LEGALNOTICE
Medal for Aerodynamics.
On March 12, the OLE stndent,n
The seminars offered os Saturday at DaiGne East, 77ft N. Liescola Ave., Skokie, are: "SelfConfideuce" )$lf) and "Overcomiug Procrastination" )$23)
trom 9 am. to 1 p.m.; and "How
talent show the special people
held on Monday evening, June t3,
1988 for the Tnwssslsip of NUes.
1816) from I te 5 p.m. on Salarday; and "Stop Negative Thinking' 1821) from 9 am. to 2 p.m.
I
to
Phntngrapho or Paintings" ($27)
Notice is hereby given to the
legal resideolu nf the Town nf
from 9 age. to 4 p.m. "Coping
Edward A. Wurman Administra-
Maine io the County o? Cook and
($13) will he offered from 9 am.
to soon on Sunday.
For registration, call 952-958f.
Phobie, Illinois for the purpose of
diurusolou sfthe proposed budget
at 73O p.m. The proposed budget
may be examined weekdays at
the Edward A. Warmau Adntinintratioo Center between the
hours of trOt am. to trIO p.m.
Given under my hand at the
Edward A. Warmau Administratien Center this 26 day of April
19ff.
Loots Black, Toms Clerk,
NUes Township
State of illinois that tise Audit
Repsrt for the General Town,
General Assislasce, Revenoc
Sharing and Edad District funds
for. the fiscal year begiuuissg
March 1, 1197 and ending
Fehroary 29, 19ff is on file and
conveniently available for public
issspectisu during regular office
hours at the silice of the Town
Clerk at 1710 Ballard Road, Park
Ridge, IL.
Stephen J. Stolton
Town Clerk
I
I
-
with Dl Career Marriage"
Summer
registration set
at Roosevelt
Registration for the suiuioscr
terms al Roosevelt University's
Albert A. Rnhin Campus, 2121
South Goebbert Road, Arlington
Heights, is from l-7 p.m., Tkursday asd Friday, May b und 6.
Eight- and 12-week evening and
weekend terms slaG May 9. Six-
(P'f
SUBSCRIBE! I I
Li ONEYEAR $13.00
Ei i'wo YEA-RSs22.S0
THREE YEARS $29.00
PUBLISI4ED EVERY THURSDAY
yarticipoted in the Illinnio Jr.
Academy frience Exppnitisn,
Northern Regios, at Wheeling
Eigth-grafero at Oar Lady of Ransom School in Nilea recently
'performed
in au updatedversion of the Pussies Play estitled "Dinnor at Johanea's" hosed on Biblical stories trum the Book of Jebe.
The play, which was also performed la sign language, was written
and directed ky associate pastor Father Nick Desmond for the
Lenten season.
Matte and Frame Your
The hearing wilt be held at the
lion Center, 5255 Main Street,
Park Ridge) and Peter Kopek
yack Ridge) won the Bromee
Sunday.
prosimateiy lfmiaoteu. Alter the
I
o am. to nons aod "Self-
Box (yack Ridge) won the Silver
Medal for ,В°,utr000my. The Silver
Mvdol'Sciesce Bowl was won by
Anthony Remijon (Park Ridge),
Rogelio De La Cruz (Riles), Bernord Shim (Riles), Ken Meleedy
nod "The Ast of Negotiating"
($22) from 1f am. to 4 p.m. on
latent show in the gym for ap-
treasurer.
liso and qualified for the StUte
Coo-petition at lSD University,
Noons1 on March 20. Anthnsy
Iieosijan (Park Ridge) and Jerry
Massage: Your Gift to You"
members without school-age
Geraldine Hanson, and Jean
.
to baud cross geseralionat
relationobipu between cislldree
and older adults. It also provides
an opportunity for community
the German Club. tssternational
I
Oso- Lady of Ransom Scheel,
5350 N. Greenwond, Nibs, parliciyatrd in the Tisird Annual It-
stIrred at Dateien, 1600 E. Golf
Rd., Den Plaiaeo "Yourself
Your BesiResoorce" ($16) from
parents of Hyoen students.
The main purpose nf the event
and it-week day terms begin
May 23, anda second eveniug sessino starts July 5.
Students from other univer-
Nues West
students "made
a difference"
Address
City
State
(PLEASE ENCLOSE CHECK)
Giauuhahos' in technical draghag.
North's Yuon Kang, a junior,
Garfiukel by managementfor liv-
won second placo he the architec-
Muck credit for the aoccoss of
the students achievements is due
Is 7:1ro. Kollsleen Cscbrane, 7th
grade Jr. High Science Teacher,
nbc recently received an award
students who received the "You
Made a Difference" award and
isg teacher Elisabeth Oidkam;
Judy Hou and Stephanie Pritzker
by director of adeniniutratins
Jars toreen; Marc Jocoks by
Hekrew teacher Ales Miron;
Gary Kaufman hy serial studies
teacher Carol Simone; Cindy
Levine by Вїoueeuelor Mary Pat
COre'; Rod Piutang by science
teacher Ann Levinson; Bea
Reveliss by reading teacher Nan-
services, nomtuated six students,
stodeutu.
NILES, ILLINOIS 6064e
Las Alas, Elliott Malhiu, Lisa
blend of. recent high school
graduates, transfer stsdentu and
retornissg adulta. Themedias sIsdent age is 29 years,
Ronseveit offers a deferred toi-
Mittlemun and Carolyn Saura.
The new award spotlights stu-
dent achievmest that might
otherwise he overlooked. Freuenhog a program about Niles West
iu the jsuioe high schools, pesterming exceptionally weil au a lab
tins payment plan, aud will accept VISA sr MasterCard credit
cards fer full tuitisu payment.
assistant, helping classmates,
For additinsal information about
registration and Roosevelt's
turai drawing area, and West's
J50 Jeong took second in the
technical draftiog category.
The four had qualified for the
stale competition by winisisg
first, oecosd or third place in
earlier, regional competition,
The students' statu trophies, mrtifiratos and competition projecta
oro on display in their respective
schmls. These state winners wifi
welcome te attend.
The National Freon
Honor
Society or Societe Henoraire de
Frascata, recently welcomed
nomluated.
April 24, members inducted 14
students into their organizatien,
which is cosponsored by French
Stars and Sharks
field trip
On Tuesday, March 29, fifth
grado students from Nelson
Elementary School participated
in
u field trip in the Adler
Perlmntter,
, The Nitos North initiates are
Nalalie ' Auer, Marlo Berman,
Daniel Fachas, Dmits7 Groes,
Ellina Kfsotinslyansky,., Jasnn
Mezey, Jason Page, Chandra
Falci, Jennifer Pellman,
Deborah Rosenfeld, Mary
Aquarium. The childron arcanopanted by their touchers, Sandy
Scott Willason, and Angelice
Vnuetopulos, Nicole Vaselopulou,
Wnng,
Coeslyn Kueffner, saw the, Sky
Last weeks's induction
Show "A Star is Born" at the
Ptauolarium, MIer lunch, the
ceremony, which cnncludod with
refreshments for Nifes North
clasaos proceeded to the Shedd
Aquariwn for a lecture and
demonstration on the "Habita of
Sharks".
toe her contribotutions for encouragisg young women in seienli(lc endeavors,
Teacher
Appreciation
Sabbath
parmta, honorees, and existing
members, was the third nf Ita
kind since the chapter hogan at
the octsool,
quarter honors, To qualify for
MacilIac's "A" Noose Roll,
students must receise at leant
five A's aed vo grade toner Iban
"g", Those qualifying foe the
"B" Honor Roll maintain an
unweigisted "f" nverage, with
each "C" grade being balanced
by an "A" in a sotid academic
subjecl,
Among the students named to
the "A" Henne Roll were: Jam-
bree Reankit, 'St, from Des
Flames; Mantes Adaya,'Og, from
Merlos Grove' Sandra Watson,
'to, from Riles; Eva Brault, '9e,
Diaoe Wagrewshi, 'sg, Laura
Onseelli, '09, Catherine Hof f-
mann,'tt, and Verenica Poe-
torelli, '05, frem Park Ridge; and
Irles LobosO, from Shokie,
Ainuog the Marillac students - ,
samed te (be school's "B" Honor
01eS are: Melinus Fieri,'B, Beata
Kuryls,'tg, Tommy Morray,'fS,
ColImo O'Grady, 'ta, Michelle
Aise Demsi, '90, AenMarie Dulen,
'0g, Caryo Tomasiewien, '9g, Ronnie CalIere, '91, Krissy Jung, '91,
Cathy Misialko, '91, and Jeannette Sorrentine, '91, all from
Riles.
Indiana
u niverity
degrees
The follewing are local
sludests wIse are espeetsd io
receive degrees from Indiana
Uuiversily al Commencement at
lo am. Saturday, May 7, al the
Memorial Stadium in Bloomisgton. If il rains, tIse ceremney
will be in Assembly Hall.
Df Des Flames are Rares
Diane Daugherty, Benjamin
1121 West Touhy, will hold a
Teacher Appreciation Sabbath on
iCho, William Hyall Fruude aud
Morris Glee Danielson.
Of Morion Grove are Mari F.
Friday, May 13 at 5:15 p.m
Members of the Bet class well
lead the Friday evening service
hotter of the teachers and
lacolly nfthe Congregation EzraHabseins hahisi Henry Skreihmao, Director efSpecial Projects
st the Board of Jewish Education
tiChicags. Rabbi Sfsreihman will
(alb no "Challenges in Jewish
llducalioo Today," His remarks
District 207. According te 'Purdy,
10,000 of the people who are inSecled with the AIDS virus today
l)rcame infected while they were
utili in high school. "We have an
obligation to teach stndeets about
AlDO," she said.
:5 health education at beth the
state aed national level and has
served on the committee that
developed a ' pamphlet about
at Oakton
A Pried art exlsihit featuring
the host works by Oaktos Cornmm4y Cofege art students is
Open through
May 13 in the
tOdo-lino Gagery tf0f E. Golf
Rd., lles Plaines The display wifi
(eatore
a variety of media, inc;udiog drawisg, painting,
design,
pohary and photography.
TheGaiterykours
are 7:30a.m.
Is
Mondays through
Thllridays; 7:36 f.m. le f p.m.
Fridays. and f am, tn 3 p.m.
lalurdays
Sundays. Fer intВ°o-tation, call 635-1640.
,
on Life Insurance, joined Dr.
Murray BaIt, Director, Infectious
Jacebsee, Director for Special
.
Aberg, Graig Alan Israel, Edward Alan Geeshman, Lisa Ann
Stone, Desirer D. Abelkis, Oberrie Lyon Teitethaom and Mati A.
Ebuer.
Of Park Ridge are llopbia
Leongas, Slim Marie Wochinsts,
James Bernard Chidester, Past
J. Kracbhardt and Roberta Jean
Beetsnan.
Of Shukie are Catherise Lynn
"Education has helped people
Deburah Lynn tiollub, Masren
Alissa Co0insky, Ellyn Leslie
Nues North
car wash
The Junior Class Boast nf Rites
North High School inn(tes cem-
messily mei5ihr5 te drive their
cars and vano lo Ihe scheel for a
wash this Salurday. Held betwoes Il am. and 3 p.m., the car
wash is a "vetscle" In raise
meney fer tise school's prom al
the end et May. Stedests will
wash cars for $3 and naos fer $4,
io the North parking tul, wbich
faces Lawler Avenue.
Director nf Instroetion fer
District 2t7, who coordinated lise
instituto day, since AIDS has
aware of AIDS," said Purdy who
N.
Liscois Ave.,
Courues in anthrapolagy,
creative Writing, economics,
micrncnmpsters, abnormal
psychology and Japanese
language will be offered tisis fall.
Courses may be taken fer college
credit sr for audit.
The Emeritus credit und non-
credit program is for persons
ever age5owhs librthe challenge
und intellectual stimulation of a
uniqse learning enperienee.
Far information, cali 635-1414.
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Notice is hereby gives, pursoset
to "Aa Act is relaliontsthe sse of
an Assumed Name in the conduct
Or transaction of Business is the
Stato,,, au amended, that a cortificatino was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of
Under the Assamed Name of
Maximum Potontiatu with the
seminars wilt to scheduled in the
place of husiness lambel at 2421
W. Pratt #521 Chicago, IL 91645
spring for seniors, Information
seminars will alan be schedsled
and 9415 N. Waubtenaw #3
for parents and community
members who want to knew more
toot the disease and the Dislriel
257 response,
Chicago, IL 6fg45 the true
name(s) and residence addreun
owner(s) is: DavId Beinstein f013
N. Wasbtenas-. Clii
54-6-+++.4..
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Dig out those wonderful OLD pictures of dad.
mom. sis or daughter,,,
-
called fer teachers to talk about
At011 as it relates lo their subject
areas. "History teachers caes talk
about hew the disease came to
Ihr United Stales and how it has
spread. Psychology teachers ran
7701
File No, Ellf7Q on April 14, 198f
riculum enly fer the past two
years, AIDS information
Ike disease.
"We munt our every means
available to mohr our students
East,
Skskle.
Conk County.
been part nf the health clameur-
AIDS," he said. Batt, nbc bas
ireatod a swisher nf AIDS pakests in his work at Lutheran
General, gave teachers
background informatien ahoot
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In health classes, District 207
stodeolo learn about AIDS as
part of the disease unit rather
Millikin names
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of Zeta Tau Alpha social oarority.
MeMuhen, a sophomare munie
performance major, in f
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Mom, Dad, ta Aviv
dasghter nf Donald and Fat
McMaknn, 617 S. Knight, Park
Ridge, ucd a 1956 graduate ial
Wish them a happy birthday or anniversary in
Maine South High School, At
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"Lakerfest", the Mandelein
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covers all roenmunicable/iiifec,
lieus diseases," said Jacokoen,
According to Joel W, Morris,
behaviors that help spread
Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Food,
games, arts, crafts, binge and a
heer garden are on the agenda.
Riles North High School, is
disease policy is September 19ll7.
"The policy is by deaign not just
an AIDS pokey, knl one that
Diseases, Lutheran General
Hespital, and Rsbwrt V.
Friedman, and June Loren Stein.
Student art show
r Omm unica hi c/infectious'
AIDS tor the American Council
change their lifestyles and raused people to reduce the high-risk
112 at Oakton Cosssnsrnly College
tslien, Jacobsen ontlined the
District 2t7 Commsnicable/Infectious Disease Policy.
Allhoogh District 207 has no
known AIDS cases among
students nr staff members, the
Board of Education approved a
vs
Maier South, who has keen active
best defense against AIDS."
during "Taste nf Emeritus" from
1 to t p.m. Friday, May f in runm
of
themselves, they must learn how
to aller their behavior. In District
207, health teachers tell their
slodento that Ihe best way to proveut AIDS is le abstain from haying 5es at all," seid Purify.
As the third part of the prosee-
Purdy, a heallb teacher at
In his presentation, BaIt told
teachers that "Education is the
tent with instructors, and take
advantage nl early registration
defense," mid Purdy. "If our
sludenlo are going ta protoct
March f ko-titule day which
cesierest en heallh issues' is
stitule alas featured 14 workshop
sessions oe other health topics.
Older adults can learn about
fall classes, discuss course con-
AIDS, the best offense is a good
District Sty teachers at the
da Oneg Shabbat will
Oled,
lolo-e,
the means nf transmission
disease while they were still in
high school," Candy Purdy told
District 207 Respeme." The in-
Taste of
Emeritus at 0CC
than as part nf the sexuality unit,
according le Purdy. "Because nl
some of them contracted the
undertuken by the Rabbi
Ira Ssd Religioun Schonl next
Fa). The pohlic is cordially
in-
tt
"If people in their twenties ore
dying uf AIDS, that means that
Uninersity stadent
Illlashin, Todd Elliot Gordon, Elizabelb McMahon of Park
sill focus on the pilot program
hong
Teachers learn about
AIDS at institute day
Edscation and Student Personnel
Piokowski,'f5, Tricia Smith, 'St,
Catherine Vasile, 'to, Assoeite Services fer Distriel 297, is the
Weres,'8t, Corel Ann Barrett, '09,
major address nl ihe day, a three
Michelle Dary, '59, Niretla San- ,5art-presentalios, "AIDS; The fratello, '09, Siephaoie Ceses, '90, 'urveet Medical Status arid the
Congregation Ezra-Hahsnim,
teachers Dorame Klein and Selma
Planetarium and tise Shedd
- Chad, Diane Friedman, and
.
Society'
new mombero into ita Nifes North
High School chapter. On Sunday, -
Young Authors
Assembly
Friday, April 39. He will speak at
Hynes Schont at 9 and 10a.m. and
at Golf Junior High at 12:30 and
Nues North
French Honor
Mari((ae High School priecipat,
Sr. Ases Marie Butler, D. C,. kan
annouoced the names of Ihr
students who hove achieved third
ten work only.
lo
improving class performance are
typical reasons for heing
summer schedule, call 437-5250.
students participated is the program this year.
toral drawing category and
They are Jaunsina Belie Gil De
Rmsevelt's student body is a
designed to encourage children In
write stories and to ImpOsve their
writing skills. Apprnsimatety 170
janshs anjNioa West sophsmare
cy Thirkield; and Dontea also ho hanared by tho NUes
Weinberg hy physical educatiou Township ugh Scfleol Beard of
teacher Lee Heeren, Rita. Education at ita May f meeting.
Stewart, the director nf student Families and friends are
education. Classes are offered at
lieues convenient for worhing
8746 N. SHERMER ROAD
Regional Finals in Champaign se
May 14, They aro Loe Lidilt (Park
Ridge) for Botony; Nicholas
Ghisa (Nitos) far Aerodynamics;
Rebecca Mahoney (Des Plaines)
foc Botany; Brian Toukovic
their nominators are: Jennifer
Collins, uomiaated by science
teacher Robert Hanrahan; Noel
for makiog a difference. The
music and adult continuing
Authors Progran. The Young
Authors Prsgram is a program
kalkig on their science projects
ned will participate in the Stato
Toskovic (Park Ridge) took firat
place lu a category entitled
"Paper Session" in which a etcdent preoenla a project from writ-
Campos, which offers more thou
155 uuimuer courses in arta and
sciences, business, education,
BUGLE PUBLICATIONS
slodeoto received an outstanding
Aerodynamics., Also Brian
classes st the Albert A. Rokin
activity for the District f7 Young
Niles North senior Jim Bee-
Outstanding Projects Per
t'opolation." Five 5th grade
places in the state drufling rontoot, held al the thoiveroity of ilhanta Engieseering School, Drhaca, ou April 15 and 16. Benjamtn's award is in the arctsitec-
students were receutly invited ta
breahfast with their principal
Don Ring to receive recognition
sities may attend summer
l:3t p.m. Mr. Warskas's presenlatineo will he the colmloating
Nilehi students
win awards
cssd Place Trophy for "Most
Tamos tlltanakakos won first
Jerry Warshaw, au illuntralsr
of ehitdres's books, witt he performiag is School District ti on
Name
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(Park Ridge) for Physics; and
peler Kopec (Park Ridge) ter
Fifteen NUes West High School
Marillac's
Honor Roll
Awards
munity College, wilt offer the
following semioars durmg the
special person may be a grand- weekend of April 30 al the cuiparent,. relative, neighbor or lege's campuses in Des Plames
family friend. The only special and Skokie.
The following semloors will be
people who may ont oitend are
Rd., Wilmette. Students and their
families wilt share ethnic dishes
and cultural hackgrounds nl ever
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FRANK J.TLJRK &SONS
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17 years old. have reliable transportation and phone.
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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Floorbln flours
Sonaban Commission Suhodule
MORTON GROVE
Wage ioceofiven and bonon plan. Paid traioiog and
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298-6400
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. Palatine Hoffman Estates S Schaumburg
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894-9109
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296-6100
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Applications are now heiog accepfed for perlaraoenf
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SCHAUMBURG LOCATION
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MAYER KAPLAN JCC
Church, Skokie
sacks on Ooparlencod enorgotic parson fon buey Maucabi Conter
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eenke e parase to rue summer owim program. ALS. WSI. and
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lead a nariery of activities. par.
tien, dioseasian graaps, and as
CALL DAVID MESIROW
aorarn
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CONTACT NICKI DOEHLER
249.0600 ext 217
647-1122
8:00 am. - 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday
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912.57 . 915.88 por Hoer
state Beard Racism
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3 Weaka Vasatico b Pay ter Unoand Sick liera
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EXCELLENT EARNING POTENTIAL
405 CentraI Avenue
Highland Park
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INFORMATION ON
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older.
Clebhoaan. Tennia Cs. 5662192.
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94- 9332
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6560 W. Touhy ' NIIeZ
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pou.lble. baneflO aeallabln after
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passenger bases, all eqaippod with an aiitemotis tons
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P.O. BOX 3365
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PmME LOCAT1ON
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CLASSIRED ADS
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INFORMATiON ON
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SPECIAL ED DRIVERS: NOOdOd to deco eOOt0015d0l1t
bases. Transportation to A from homo Prai
old.
$5.10 por hour. Paid training. Mast be at 00
392-1668
9A,M..430!.M:
PINEHURST
FOR SALE BY OWNER
GOLF COURSE CAPITAL
OF THE WORLD
(919) 295.5950
UflLflYIDISHWASHER
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NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
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NORTh CAROUNA
Nonthbrook - Normandy Hill
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DRIVERS WANTED
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rent spunin5s mn ir the DES PLAINE ,.
Taesdoyat2P.M.
BUGLE NEWSPAPERS
N. SHERMER RD., NILES, ILLINOIS
2, er sued y eerraou me to: John
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$4915.
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FLORIDA
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Part Time Delivery Person
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losilidos. packIng aeailable. Near
Fleoible Hmrs. Coo aslCve salo
ABBOTI HOUSE
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WEEKEND DRIVER
(305) 7272572
SOUTh POINT TO WERS
mansoenonsmakar.Qs0nsaant
CASHIER!STOCK
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BR, 4 Bth, $398,000 by
. s E. aopaaara. on asean Coll
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Office in Paysan AIL
8746 N. Sharmer Rcod
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894-9332
PHONE:966-1130
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ON OUR QWIP TRANSCEIVER
BENEFIT&
6415 W. Dumpster
Morton Grove
Deliver bundles to stones, during early morning
ASk
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ehe ranaraa et eaporsise through partiel posiceen a
eollaboreeee practices with manaaumaos and
phyciciann. N arcasenley dnsieiee making roles, ac
lise parlielpation in haspithi cemmlgsaas, und addi
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, 9 AM. - i P.M.
Intermediase facility, edeeatianal.
benefit., Near Cain statien.
CaII 272 -7050
fastionaimrd::rs:na?grauvsh
PLEASE CALL SUE
99.77:&
MELBOURNE BEACH
me.soeanrydapasl
MAXWELL'S
RESTAURANTIBAR
ye ce e
7883
seeks an exporГ­eeeed professional to plan
and implement summer sports programs.
goals tar NaOing achievement. Our pregr assise
aed eophlslicasnd tacilitiec acd philosophies pre-
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Mb
FuISse Rnlmbsrsamens
51.598 Racasitment Sanas
HeelIb. Dental b ВЎJO5 locarancu
Part time delivery person to mork early mormng
da la
NURSING
ASSISTANT
SUMMER POSITION
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AoensCara Mudusal C ocrer takes pri doinsa ene5
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sloan 3 Fm. aparsmenss. Haar
incladnd. nears hopping H ooeaperresino. Adislsa only. $435/mo. piso I
benìosr rostearant
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LEANING TOWER YMCA
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$17.0)'hr.
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MORTON GROVE
To werk is the Narth Shares
M OTOR RO UTEe,
racrrs min:rrraer t vaaraarariorce In
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Fer Rons - 2 BR. newly
scorers d. n qares barldrng on aids
arrees. lnerssdos all epplrsnsns.
WAITRESSES
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Lifegeards I carras t 11fasedo g certificats needodi
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OUT OF STATE
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DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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5615 N. MdwaekooAss. -
APTS. FOR RENT
waslrrflgfeer
wssraasCs y, ora.dayaaroaryeorrnrar.
tir a i n o
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R J. GRUNTS
1911 Lake Ace. caer Ridge
Wilrnssso
Medical casrr r. Oar oay Suroary
Ceptifiseatisos by tise Notional Thorapeeric Rscrnation Society
ATLANTICARE
MEDICAL CENTER
MASSACHUSETTS
ca:Og
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s elryorsflepprcarren.
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432-6080
f. interview
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& full tlr P M Hesbi-sesress
For An Appo.ntment
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Nibs. IL
Mon. . Fri. after 2 p.m.
STUART GAEDE
Activity Thnrapistn era sendod to pronidn 00:5059 programs
B far the deenlepasenWlly dlsoblod. BA degree in a thftrapy
field (Physical. Art, Masis. Recreation, etc.l is escasear y.
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5960 W. Touhy
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unafiso solada
huallhi nsare flea, encelion. and pnr.
helidays
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PIB Makers
WI;;;eY,S
filing. charts. and mash
GOLF.MILL!EAST MAINE BUCEE
REAL ESTATE
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YOU ENTERPRISES
Wilmotto
be 21 er elder Ce serve
alcoholic beverages.
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(805) 6874000
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695-3473
BUD KAYE
Onnul hIt in the USA. within 2
mare. ves nu nears n,tiiiosn per
veer. We infleS nail aorpnrutiee
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entObllnhed neisemity semmuefty,
fureiflarn. Xn,en.
P.OEamm
FLEA MARKET
Btazy;
grandmother of Pain
(Rebecrof Pautuzoi, Nancy
(R;chard( Lisisohi, Mark
Lady of Ransom Church from
Heebalifelndependent
Home, Rilen. Interment
Maryhill Mauooleom.
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A PICTURE IS
1.000 WORDSI
Ow,ee.ee.i.ei.Geecos,zl,.leose,,. t
Pauline;, and David (Besoette)
Pantinot; greas.grasd000ther of
Jonathan and Laures Lisioski;
sister of Ftorence, Pratt (Satly( Owiadak, Watter (Lorette)
Gseizdak and Heleo (Chesler)
Mary M. Malay
Mary M. MaUny, 93, nf Nileu
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Angela Kot
Maosoleom
relative, Mame Dennis (played
by Jennifer Samson nf Niles(.
Marne's best friend, Vero
Daysa Plnsker nf Glesview, Amy
Sliwa of Pork Ridge, Lucy Tsilrin
5f Des Plaines, Jeff Yang of Des
first appeared an Brsadwoy in
the late 60's, are "Bssom Bsddieu," "Opes o New Windaw,"
"Mame,"ond "We Merda Little
Nilesite speaks
on alcoholism
of
Mary; father of James
of
brother of Sr. Kathleen Therese
scesery. Since the play invslnm
Valerse, Lamez azd Brian;
29 at the Shuja Terrace Funeral
for the
The omIs season of the Yomig
SteInway Cosccet Serles rosetudes on May t of S p.m. with a
performance by Hhelt dcl Cam-
The Chitdreo's Services
po, piaso and Amy Ostern, violin.
Library District (09ff Oaklon St.)
Earope with the Hoig-Leviton
Ohddren
bees o wiooec io the Stravinsky
tslersationat Competition. He is
the youngest of this year's Sfeisway musiclaon, only tes years
Rhelt del Campo has toured
Suzuki Academy in 1593 and has
o)fertng a program of filins for
ages 3-8 years this opr-
The films will be shown on
Wrdoesdays at 7 p.m. beginning
May 4 through May 25. Children
Under five years mint be accomyarned
as adult. AS adulte who
bring children must remain io the
library building, Programs ore
leer and regnire so registralton.
O'ottawing is a list of titles to he
showo. May 4, "Anansi the
Spider", "Dick Whittinglon and
oid. Assiy Oshiro han soloed with
Ihr Chicago Symphony Orchestra
in the Youth Concert Serien aod is
a violinist with the Shohie Symphony Orchestra. Free tickets
wilt be distriboted one hoff-hour
before ihe perfor0005ce on a f(rnt-
rome, first-nerved basis.,
his Cat", "Three Fox Fables";
May it, В«Brave Little Tailor",
The Frog princeВ» "The SteadFao; Tin
Sutdier"; May Il, "The
Gingerbread Man", "Gotditochs
and
Ihr Three Bears", "The
Twelve Mosthe"; May 25, "Ham
ii Luck", "The Hare and Ihe Tor-
trandfather of Alexandra,
Ariana, Serese and Victoria.
Funeral Services wrre Toes-
day, March 29 at the Skajo Ter-
rare Fooeral Home, Pules. IsIcrmest Ridgewood Cemetery.
noyR For fsrthr informatiOu
call the
ChildrГЁn's Services
DOputSaiest at 967.11554,
from Chirags a television cakie
promossi. Admission is free
Jat5eif Chamber Essembte performs as evenisg nf
chamber music os Mon., May 23
at 1:30 p.m. at the Skokie Puhtic
library. Admission is free.
The Library is Iscaled at 5215
Ooktos in Shokie. For more mmcmotion, call the Library at
t73-P774.
Swedish Covenant
A lree shin esneer screening
munirai tribute os May 8 al 3
nasi Hospital in the. Andernop
performs a Mother's Day
9 am. to 12 noesatSwediuh Cone-
p.m. al the Sho)de library. Free
tickets wilt be distributed one
half-hour before the perfurmanet
on a fienI-come, ficot-serned
Pandino, 2751 W. Winosa.
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Middle Ages and the
o design ezgineer. He
the author of The Long Way
Bach, He is a reesnering
alcoholic.
around.
DaviAJeffers, fine orto deport-
rnent chairman, said, "I think it
in o sopor, fmi shsw. Everybody
will have a great time gaing to
it.,,
TItis year the musical has Iwo
student
directors,
Post
Rsthschlld nf Des Plaines and
disesusisg the disease
of
His presentotmnn will cover
o-liai in alcoholism; the disease
cnaeept ofolcahalmsm; symptoms
and behaviors of olesbnlism und
helpwoys.
Gary will he sha4ng Obo percanot experiences, hI knowledge
of the rehabilitation period mad
his mderstonding of tIse restinoing reenvery prmesa,
This Program would he of in-
terst to family members und
sther perssss affected by
oleshollsm. There is ns admissins fee and it in open ta the
pshlie.
the dales of the pei'forznancm are
Friday and Satseday. April 29-30,
Interested parties may contact
Judith Sellar at the Mlles Public
and Friday and Satarday, May
Library, 0960 Oaktan, 96746554.
The screesiogs will he condueled ky Dr. M. Barry Kirschenboum and Dr. Jeffrey E. Erabas,
speeiabsts in dermatology on the
sont Hospital.
Participante are asked to wear
Reoaiosasce lo the Skohie Puhkc
Library 00 May 15 al 3 p.m. Playing replican of period tustrumentO, the essembte bas pro-
o hathing nuit ander their
vided music for Chicago's Free
5107.
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Euch fiko program will he apYruounately thirty minstes is
Shakespeare Players and has
been featured oz Early Musir
Lyric BaritOor Eddy Patay
Aro Sobiilitae brings ihn music
worked by the same rope and
cable aystem used ta maye sets
.
Gory Wolrsit in o resident of
Miles. He
;
of Vat, Stephanie (Jerry( Ano;
Musical events at Skokie library
younger set
at Nues library
aspect of the net in the wnrtzing
elevator the cress built. The
seven-faat high enhiele will he
Tiekein are $4 per persas, and
Skaja Terrace Funeral Home,
Ridgewood Cemetery.
manees.
Dana Silverman of Des Plaizieu.
Fred .1. l(itty
NOes, Matt Laczoh -of NOm,
Russell Lundberg of Glenview,
Prebahly the most amazing
used throughout tbe perfsr-
Zeman(, 77, of Riles died on
TWsday, April 12 i,, Park
Ringe. She was the wife nf
Jnoeph E.; sister of Rose
(Jcrry( Friedrick and the tate
terment Woodlaws Cemetery.
Ptaines, Maria FumaraIs at
alcohoBam and ifs affecta on the
addicted individual.
meveohie, cloongeahte set te
Mane B. Schiller
Marie B. Schiller (flee
many. Funeral services were
Friday, AprS 15 al Shaja Terroce Funeral Hsme, Nitro. In-
Morton Grove, Joe Carnali of Des
Plaines, Steve . Froke 5f Dea
he
the crew built one baste,
Cemetery.
John (Phyllis) Zeman; aizot of
55 of Gienview, Beth Black of
Gary o-UI he ut the Mlles Publie
Library, May 10 ut 7 p.m. He will
he speabing nfl bis book, which in
0010hiagrnphicot and he will he
so many different sels te he used,
were Thursday, April 14 at St.
Jobs Brebezaf Church from the
Sha1a Terrace Funeral Horneo,
Riles. Intermest Maryhill
Stephan. Funeral oervices were
al St. Andrew Home from the
Cemetery.
with the taub nf building the
O'Connor. Funeral services
(Corot( ; grandmother of
Patricia (Peler) Setze and
Gerald and Kathleen; Funeral
services were Tuesday, March
interment
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Assiutonl teehsicol directors
Lori Clouter nf Des Plaines and
Dams Hspp nf Nileu were faced
Richard; grandfather
dancers. They ore Dino Bangiar-
Cbarles, in played by Cora LauerPlainm, und Elizoheth Vus of
with al Gtesview.
Dea.Plainm.
Major songs of the play, which-
(Mary Ano), Joamie (James)
Padgilt, Lawrence (Lozana),
Wdlloam (Donna) Patrick azd
tale Eogene; mother of Eugene
FjJ1
live with Patricb's osly living
Lawrence F. O'Comior, 76, of
Rites died on Monday, Aprii 11
is Parh Ridge. He was the wife
late Joseph; grandmother of
Nifes.
Yanong of Des Ptoines) going io
Terrace Franerai Home Nues.
tntermerol
St.
Joseph
Nitro. She was the wife of the
luise",
flyao"
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his sasoy (played by Josefino
oc Wednesday, March 30 io
Home,
The chnrns nf the musical has
37 memhers, and there ore 12
between the agm of 19 throogh 29
by Ed Petroy of Des Plaines) and
Fred J. Kitty, 89, of Nites died
N;les. interment Maryloill
825-4404, Ext. 4624.
Triota, and Tony Carlino; uncle
of masy. Funeral services were
Wednesday, April 13 at St. Jobs
Brelseof Church from the 5ko ja
os Friday, March 25 Un Park
Ridge. He was the husband of
Helen M. (see Soroka) father
Roheet, William, Jeff and
55er infarmatmss coil Moine East,
The plot involves on srplson
named Patrick Dennis (played
Saturday, March 2f in Oak
Park. She was the wife of the
Anogta Kot, 87, of Nilen died
6-p, hegmnniag ut 0 p.m. in tIse
Maine East auditorium. For bar-
of
Thomas; brother-is-law of
Marie (Ari) Pavitis, Mary
Hayward(, f5, of Nitra died os
Is
f
ua'
Losa (see GutsHof; father
Lillian Sullivan
Litlioa Sutlivas (see
Department of Ike Nues Public
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Bolo N OCONTO, RILaS
151er-
mest Ail Samio Maonoieom.
Interment St. Mary.
Chicago. He wan Ihe hoshand of
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et en,
Okeeblom. Funeral nervicen
Anna Stacy, 75, of Riten died
on Friday, March 18 io Nites.
She was the mother of Cosine
oere Friday, April 8 at Oar
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Hshid. Fo,esn.,
Auna Blazy
grandmother of Loores and
Scott; daughter of Lillian
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Charleo (Cheryl) and Sazanne;
Terrace Fooeral Home, Riles.
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(John) Salamone,
Cynthia
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Monday, Macrh 14 at the Skaja
Terrace Foserol Home, Nifes.
Interment Maryhitl Cemetery.
Ike Shaja Terrace Funeral
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ment yea neal daenr make.
died os Friday, March 11 in
Ports Ridge. 85e was the kmband of Ihr tale Josephine;
father of .tfred Jr., John and
Ratead. Foserat seroires were
Robert J.; mother of Rohert,
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Opr000g of tItis year's spring
musical "Manse" at Moine East.
This is the culmination of months
of hard worh by the cost and crew
of the ptay.
Lawrence F. O'Connor
Alfred ABCtUHO
ASred dorialte, ps of Rites
Nues died on Tueuday, April 5 in
Pork Ridge. She was the wife of
BIRThDAY
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miles. Askisfi llh,500.
674-51 06
osgo,noe wideN aies ieciuden zur
Cemetery.
vices were Monday, March 14 at
St Aedrew Home froth the Sha-
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Skata Terrace Fonerat Home,
Nues. Intermeot Maryhitt
Marilyn E. Thomas, 55, of
SLOT MACHINE
eppreente. Best sete,
Steploie Jarose Fuoera( serVices were on Friday, Macrh 18
at St. JaSai Breheoif from the
Marilyn E. Thomas
F
with mattress and sneers. Matt
ntuena.woh.sebeonpiibosinedon
grandmother of It; great.
graodsoothee of 5; sinter of
Cemetery.
ALSO
hidn-u-bed
Orlares (Metvn( Sowrda;
Ries Interment St. Adalhert
WANTED TO BUY '
Cs,nnsoa,s5cFsre,focnlk.
whinn nhai, aed fast
(John) Sehen, Patricia
Solamoof, 91 of Nues died on
Friday, March 11 in Fach
Sidge. She was the mother of
Joseph Lohinski. Fnneral ser-
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vehteInz 8,5e, 1100 Fsrd,, Chocyn.
Twin beds, Senly mattresses.
.d resse, and eightsto d R
rw. foes. inniodieg 2 osoohet,
The entise in waIdng foe su, Tnsan
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tate John; mother o) Veronica
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Phitip Parata, 83, of Nues
died on Salarday, April 9 is
services were Friday, March11
el SL. Aedrew Home from the
ja Terrace Funeral Home,
USED CARS
Philip Parala
Stetta C. M0050noki
(see
Pawlokowohij St, of Riles died
Agnes Lublnski
Luhinski (flee
Agrien
Friday, April 29, mocha the
Stella C. Muszaushl
NUes died on Tuesday, Morch 8
ie Pack Ridge. He was the miele
of Midge Trmichita. Fueerl
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I Fromthe £ef�tuuf
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Maine Deniocrath and as a
police photographer which
North American Martyrs of
gave on access to him throngh
his tour.
Past Grand Kight of the
the Knights of Columhua.
He was an eboffient goy, toll
oflifeandan important part of
Nilea. We felt diomayed at the
sad news.
Before the morning was
Over, another member of The
Bugle family needed help and
we sought it while ander
another cloud of dismay. lt
was not a good monsiog.
la the afternoon oar police
reparler was Absent With
Leave, dawn io hatmy New
Orleans. We hecame the
sapernlmoerary by Covering
the police beat.
Dawn at the police station,
Frank Wagner gave as the Oad
news former police detective
Arnie Battoersen had died. Ar-
nie had been with the depart.
ment more than 20 yearn. He
- wa_s a soft-spoken gentle mas
who crossed 5m' path handeeds of iones throagh the
years. Ansie ioas the Nites
Ansie retired only six monthsaga. Sadly, he only enjoyed
a mocks too brief retirement.
We'd had esoagh of Monday
by the time we thosnhed
through the weekly police
report. On one page we read of
u woman who feared for her
life add was ankiog the police
for help. She, loo, had a Bogie
mnoection and we were at the
tow ebb of the stress charts.
Fire calls...
Careers...
Cnnt'dfrnmfknkle-L'wnod P,l
Inc., a
the blaue. Damage was estimated
human resources cdsntlinO
firm. She has conducted
Nitro firefighters on April 18
st Myersos lirnagley,
seminars and worhshops for a
wide range of Chicago corporate
clients.
Dr. Gale Grossman who recent'y left Oaktoo Cosomonity College Placement Center to open a
private practice in isdividuat
career planning and ontptace-
ment service speaho os May 11.
Hee talk is entitled What Do You
Wast lu a Jab?
On May If, Barbara Hill, president and founder of Career
Resources in Northbrook speabs
on Making Career Chonges.
Career Resources is a consulting
fiers, especially geared to in-
We walked away from the
police department at 5 p.m.
We said to ournelf, 'Self,
dividualo and groups making
yon're in the wrong boniness.
recently-published hoots How
Ysn've got to wear a harder
Winners Do It: HIgh Impact Peopte llhlIts for Your Carrer is atoo
the snbject of hin talk on May25.
Librarian Steve Oserman who
shell to get through days like
thin." Bol when we walked
hoch into the office, we look a
htach pen off oor. desk and
career transitions and cbanges.
Dr. Michael W. Mercero
manages the Library's Employ-
blacked-out Monday, April 25,
ment Resource Center wilt
1988.
msderate the series.
Admiooion io free to ali ses-
On our calendar, Monday
was scratched off the wall. As
fur as we're concerned Mooday sever happened.
Continued trum Pagea
at $300.
assisted the Morton Greve Fire
Departmeat in entinguishing a
fire in a chimney at 5618 Carol St.
Snobe ejectors were used to
ctear the home of smoke. There
was so damage estimate.
Firemen went to 7900
Caldwell after receiving a report
of an acid-type odor on the third
floor nf the boilding. tovestigalion showed probable casse was
vapor coming from a nearby
casting company.
...An activated alarm at thg
Forest Villa Nursing Home 0840
Tosky was attrihuted to an IIlidioin Beg crew working on the
alarm system no April 19.
...A fire in an overheated tor
kettle wns entinguished>at Uptown Federal at Lawrencewood
shopping center on April 20. The
propase cylinder to the kettle
wan shut off and a check for fire
estension on the rosf and
overhang showed no hazard.
Damage to the tar wagon wan
$700.
advance
...A fire alarm April 2t at 5990
Touhy wan roused by a plumber
registration in advised. Sign np at
wortsing in the area activating
sinos.
However,
the Library' Circotatios Denk.
The Library is located at 5215
the at arm.
Oaktos is Skobie.
BГЎlzersen...
Tag Day...
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vestigation Division, Battaersen
was csasideresl sneofthe experto
m fingerprint analysis and was
called upon by other departonents
to read and interpret variano
fingerprints.
He was the former hashand of
Gloria, loving father of Marts and
Laura and dear brother of Edward (Linda). Visitation was
held at Stonja Fiinerat Home,
Niles nn Toesday. Fanerat services were hetd there on Wedneo-
day, with Interment in Mryhllt
Cemetery.
Cont'dfrnm Skokle-L'woodP,l
City of Hope pioneered the
"Parent Participation Program"
io 1954. This concept esabled
mothers and fathers to become
part of the professional team
dealsog with hermas illnesses st
Children. The ptsit050phy nerved
an a model for hospitals oatioswide.
To find out more ahont the
Shohie "Tag Day" or oboist City
of Hspe, call the Chicago City nf
Hope office at 1312)099-Otto.
Niles library commemorates
30yГ r anniversay
Following is a qootetroma 1980
brochare about theNiten Pobtic
Library Distriet "Nileo Pablic
Library, operating an a volsoteer
library principally by the Women
(nie) Club of Nuco, iooaed ito first
borrowers card on Aprit
13,
1958."
In honor nf this isnportanl anniversary, the Board of Trooteen
of the Nitos Public Library
District have ptaced a cornmemorative ptaqoe io a book that
wilt be placed in the library's per-
manenent callectioo. The boots
that han bees chosen is The
Kremtin and Ita Treason-es, a
beautifully itlrntrated volame
about the architecture of the
The NUes Conomsoity club
tipo and how to make anefsl
things from throwaways. They
will teach us how to creatively
use oor "Trash" for
"Treasures". There will be a
prize for the most unusual crea.
University et illinois have bees
elected to Omicron Delta Epsllon, an international honor
she serves as secretarytreanarer.
An ordinance prohibiting parking
us the west nide nf Lehigh was in-
trodaced by Trastee Robert
Leavitt and anasiansornuty passed
al the board meeting. There will
be so parking on the west nide of
Lehigh between Lincoln Ave. and
Oakton St.
Village President Richard
Hoto received approval from the
Trastees for several Village ap-
pomtrnentu. Opal Shrader and
Jay Rasaman were confirmed for
3 year terms on the Appearance
Commission. Doctors H.B, Cook
and Joseph Rakusky were canfis-sssed for 3 year terms bn the
Board of Health, Ronald Lanning
wan approved for a 3 year term
on the Fire and Police Commis-
sino while Walter Neuman
received approval for a 2 year
boots will soon he available in the
library.
The Niles Pnblic Library
District will atoo he celebrating
another anportantamssversary io
the nest year. The hrochm-e
qnated abeve goes on lo otole:
"On April Ill, 1959, a reteresdnm
was pansed to establish the
library an a tax onpported
Library District." The tibrary
hoard and staff will be planning a
program or event to celebrate
this occasion doriog 1989, on ils
thirtieth anniversary.
tino and prize for the most
msosual idea brought to the
meeting. Bill Chase at the organ
wiltjsravidn manic and Dorothy
Gretine and Bernice Volpe will
provide refreslinsenta.
Wanted: Tlsree amateur talent
acto: Call 692,3386.
Dogi misa this evГЁsing of information, fan and fellowship.
Three local young people beve
been named winners or finalists
w the 1958 International Creative
Arts Fentival wbich encourages
achievement by hearing impaired children, adolescents and
young adatto in the visual,
literary and performing arto. The
Festival is oposnored by the
Center on Deafness, Des Pt aines.
Local winners are: David
Hirnchfetd, 18, of Nites, who
received
3rd Place in
Art/Photography. Hirnchfeld in a
student at Western Illinois
University. In addition, Ari
Hirnchfeld, 14, of Nilen, a student
at Maine East High School, aod
Jemsiter Zectsiet, 13, of Des
Plaines, a stndest at Gemini
term on the Police PensiГіn
Board. Also apprnved wore Mary
Moore as Chairperson uf the Morton Grove Advisory Cnsnmisainn
and Joseph Tenailla as Commisnioser.
Kathy Mshrdeich, Chairperson
of the Morton Grove Blood Pro-
gram, presented 31 awards fo
btoaddonations ranging from nne
to ninegaflons over the past year,
Les Hauanes- cantrihutod 9
gallaan, Bernice Sipari 8 gallons,
and Dornthy Haliherg and Robert
Hiltinger 7 gattom,
Clerk Wilma Wendt read a
notice of a public hearing to he
held at I p.m. on May 33, in the
Coandll Chambers, Village Hall,
The purpose of thin hearing in to
provide the public with an apportussity to addensa their views on
the proposent regulation of mashing in enclosed public placen and
ptoces of employment.
Secondary School for the Deaf,
Gattaudet University, and Ricky
Smith, teacher and mime.
Stilt another highlight of the
Festivat will be a fall-scale
manicat performance of "Fiddler
un the Rost," prenented is sign
and voice by lbs-Center's Traveling Hands Theatrical Troupe.
The International Creative
Arts Festival is a non-profit ven-
tare fanded solely by dosations
from corporations, foundations,
organizations and individnats.
Tax deductible Contributions to
Plaines, fL 60010.
final jadging lo be held daring lhe
Participants tn this year's
Festival are Bernard Bragg, intornalionauy known dramatic octorand co-foander nfthe National
"Keystone Cops", clowns, Jug-
of 8328 N. Tripp, Skokie, recently
received a Letter of Apprerla-
He recelned the cItation in
recognition nf hin outstanding
perfurmasre Whilestationod with
Theater of the Deaf; author 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing,
Doagtas Ballard; Dr. Paul Marine Corps Air Station, El
Johnston, Instructor, Model Toro, Calif.
daughter. "She is a happy titile
soda pop and popcorn wilt be
available bic a minimal charge
along with free gifts and prises
girt, bai she minoen her mother,"
the principal naid.
She gave credit to the mothers
ol the children in the etano who
worked betond the scenes tu hr.
ing about the happy ending. They
inclode Midge Trancl,jt Mary
Ann Miller and Cyndi Sepsjveda
''They did no miseb for
for kids and adotta,
A Skohie Historical Society
Display wilt depict the people and
ptoces of sur past tOO years and
the Unitedtttoim Post Office witt
offer a one-day only cornmemorotivГі Cancellation stomp
featuring the official Skokie
Edilh..un if she were their own
child. Mary Ano and her houhand
passed ap there wedding asniver-
Centennial togs.
The days festivities will
50i7 gilt to each Other to spend
south mutt with a cake-cutting
ceremony and u "Happy Birth'
loe Edith," Sinter Rito said. "lt
was a farewell gift when they
thought she would have lo go
home. Edith was on happy with
the mosey in purchase a new wig
culminate at 7:30 p.m. in the
day" sing-a-long.
the new wig."
O'Grady...
hlmsnlf for the good of the cam-
The wig was styled by harber
Vilo Cappiello of Cappietto & Co.,
flit Mitwauhee Ave., Nites, according in Trancisito,
Tranchita said the moma arr
asking Kazaniwskyj for hin help
in getting a work permit for
District 63..n
O'Grady.
Manu was cetehrated at St.
John Brebeuf Church and intermeut was in Alt Sainto cemetery
inDes Plaines,
North Shore Hotel
to hear book review
Campaign
hiSter Rita noted Edith io lears-
ing the language and speaks al:
Lt.
Ile English.
"There
has
been
much progress since she camelo
un in J0050ry," she naid.
The principal said that over the
pant eight ynam ahoul IS children
frani Poland have come to Dl
John Breheuf for their education.
"They learn very quickly and
are
nome of the krigbtent children in
the school," she said.
"They have a motivation lo
learn," she continued "We have
teacher aides who s-urIs on o oneIs-one bancs with them. They alnu
libe living here compared to what
they had 'n their country."
way be dinptoyed at the wooing
orhosl fur a year.
In another acknowledgement
hoard members introduced Opon-
known honk reviewer Connie
Adelman at the North Shore
Hotel, 1611 Chicago Ave.,
Evaastan on Thursday, May 5 at
2,30 p.m.
The program is free and open
to the public,
Adetman will review "Sarah"
by Joel Groas, a fascinating
biography of ose nf the greatest
actresses of all time. Bernhardt,
who grew up in the most dire of
circumstances - poor sod unwasted - went on to be proclaim-
od aroand the world as the
greatest actress of her, or alrp
other, generatioa, Eves tragedy
and illness, including the tons of a
leg, did not prevent her from aching.
For reservations, please call:
Congregation Ezra-Huhonirn,
during the FrIday evening service. Members uf the Sisterhood
will lead the service; thepublic in
cordially invited, 8:15 p.m.
Steven A. Russell
MarIne Prc. Steven A, Russell,
sos-nf ShIrley A, Buck of 8155 N.
Manotee and Chicago Bull's
manrol flennie the Bull, mill
enlemian at Indian Boundary
Park, mid.poinl uf the 2-mile
WaIh. Two M000walto will be orI
ap for Ihr y500gslern ta bounce
pleased lu announce an agreement wherein Jewel mill seS
boato of stomps al all 217 Jewel
Iscaliono
Ibroughoal
the
Cliicagolanai and Midwesl areas.
The agreement io the first of its
kind an thin area and praviden the
Pastal Service and Jewel a run-
Referendum...
Police Chief Clarence Emrilsunn
fold the boord that provided soler
appronalis received on the 9-1.1
Walk ro-chairmro Efadass
lo If months after that hetore the
055-7250,
Tenher (Skokiel and , Jeremy
Powell (West Rogers Park( antiripale that over $ssg,soo wilt br
raised by Walk events throughout
the city and suburbs. In past
yearn, the city-wide Waih with
Inrael has raised over $3 million
for humaoitarian programs in
the Jewish otate.
Refresksneota witt be offered to
walbern along Ihr walk roules.
and,jhdull nalnoteern will be sta-
honed an macshafts at buoy internectinon, nerve an Toe Track
drivers fur the foot sore, first aid
nolunleers and registrars.
envelope with contributions will
be
-- eligible for the drawing of two
e round-trap hebels In Israel.
Those who collect $50 or more
lostoltakon, it woold 01111 take
Praleber said, "t thinh this is
the heut toam we've ever had and
il nao really gang-lin."
members approved a proteoOiOOal
Dheveleoho.
Continued from Pagel
prudent une," said Kenney. When
the Soard of Education approved
the thrccl parchase of natural gas
E October, Kenney told board
members that the practice might
oOVe the district as much as 20 to
37 percent on ita heating hilts.
Deycodhig on the number of
degree days in a heating aea500,
Savings could he as much an
$220,000 according lo Kensey.
Barry S. Lawhorn
hemp Sgt, Rarry S. Lawhnro,
sir: otEen F. and PatD. Lowborn
if 0go Greenview Ave., Des
ti., han been awarded
the Good Condact Medal in Went
Germany.
uf absence for
teacher
f,pnn
Norwegian
Constitution Day
Will be sbnerved
is the
Ch:cugnland area on May 14 aad
Il, vith
a kanquet May 14 at the
Scandinavian Club, Arlington
Or:ghto and a parade Sunday,
Soy ii
lud00
through dosvnlusvn Park
The
Anniversary Dinner Dance
program at the Scandinavian
flt:ib
Witt feature guest speaker,
Morrit5
Belgam well-hsown
: orfoS:050
dol
frOm
the
Paul area, who
Prospect Ave., Riles, recently
reported for duty with 2nd Force
(trend
Service Support Group, Camp
tic
DeJeune, NC,
He Joined the Marine Corps in
ti0111
II01Per Bye Obrutrom,
nerve as Hsnsrary
Marshati Asso iocluded in
p:r::Cra
ioll be greetings
5uI of Norway; the
banemeul space at 8405 Gott
Road. The opuce is located ander
the Designers Depot store and u
portion of the Venture . store.
Women's Workout World is leanmg that space and leaving Iheir
present location in the Oats 745,5
Mall, Robert Morley, vicepresident of the business inld the
hoard they would offer the same
cian 01 lIsa emergency service
Emriksnn noted when a 9-t-t
call would come in, both a police
and fire diopalcher would be on
the tine at the same time and.the
eoercise machines, aershicu
classes and locker spa,Г§e, butina
much larger facility.'Morley was
told by the beard that a decision
on additional mito forthe facility
proper equipment would he
disponed according' to the
emergency. Riles Fire Chief
would be determined at a toter
date depending on the density uf
board the speed nf their rmporne
esotomers,
.,.Nilen trastee Peler Fessle
remanded residests uf Riles
are invited ta attend a
Monsanto Chemical Company
bas donated $2,500 to Maine
Township High School Dintricl
217
to cover the espesen of
Operation Doowhalf. A program
which eoruseagcs young people
Io adopt a deug and alcohol-free
lifestyle, Operation linowball has
been offered for otudents io the
three Maine Township high
schools since IDOS. Eopensen io-
dude the cost of speakers asd
refreobmeols foe the progi'am.
Not a trealmeol program,
Operalion Snowball is nut ioleod.
ed for drug usern or abusers.
Ralber, t io a program denigned
lo keep "healthy kids healthy."
Since 1988, aboal 45g students
from Ike three Dioteicl 1St high
uchosfo baie learned about Ihr
as a soawball grows. The program is officially approved by
the State of Illinois.
Norwegian Constitution Day
,
to further business Women's
Beautification content this year,
Applications for entry wilt clone
on June 30. Pesole urged
homeowsseruto get their applicatinas in for the Contest which offers cash and Ansotjog pilsen and
in jsdged during the first weeh in
Aogoag, Penole noted the village
of Moant Prospect in now iostitoimg the name contest based
Operation Snowball
dona tion
District 207...
become mvolved in the direct
purchase of natural gas was a
leave
Gemini
combined choesseo of Bjors500
and Noemeoneneo, Iwo
Norwegian mate singing groups.
The
Noraegias dance group,
Leikorriogen "Heimbug" will
perform, followed by dasciog lo
Ike music 5f Emir Daodqaint's
tris. For reorrs'atiOss please call
Mory teso
48O3fN evenings,
599-E7t, dayol.
The asusol parade cull assc,ohie al Talcotl o,:d Cweiberlood
Acenses, Park Ridge, und will
lead oli il I .55 pnv lillian
Aencoen I Sehvltheis oilt be
Grand Marshall.
P'sllvwing Ihr p se irle vii Suai'
day, fbi'reis: Il be iii ope:, house
al Mivoeklrheii , Ke:luie &
Wrightwood, and al the Scandinaciao Club, Arlington Heights.
Far further information call
Richard Bieht (453-78501, preni.
dent of the Narwegian National
League, sponsor of fentivities.
James E. Swonke
Areoey pst. James E. Swooke,
Jr., son of James E. and Louise
B. Dissolac of IS Deep Forest,
Msotgsmery, Tenas, has urrived
loe duty with the 13th Military
Potier Conipusy, Italy.
Swonhe, a naititary police
spceialint, is a 1952 garduale st
Mont5oiesery High Debout,
On what they have otoerved in
Niun pilot project.
...Truntee Jans Mahoney reported
35,402 him
passengers were carfled on Riles Free Bus syntom
doeuug the month uf March.
...Trustee Mug Marchaseis said
were 2,157 cable
onincrabero in NUes au of March
there
31, un uscreane of 4g
during that month.
naioriteco
..Thiotee Ato lehman said far
the Stia conhecokne year the
vdlage nl Mites was recognised
e
'or
nntstunthg achievement for
financiul
reporting Finance
Director Gary Karolma received
a ptaqoe commemorating tins
h
Rules Of The Road
'for motorcyclists
With the arrival at opriog,
mutorints ohould be alert fur io.
molarcycle tIsaI has its turo
en, be oure the rider in larcreased motorcycle traffic. ' signal
ning aod not coming
Oboerve the following safety
rulen when sharing the road with
a motorcyclist:
t. Never crowd a motorcycle.
Allow more following distance
than you de for a car because a
motorcycle can slop usure quick.
IP. Getting loo clone can make the
rider nerv500e cause him Io lone
balance and fall io fr001 nl you.
2. Do ost paso a motorcycle io
the lose it is suing. Motoceyclishi
are eietitled Is sue Ihr toll se'idth
nl a trotlic taue. The5'esoslaslly
easgc positsoso aithis the tase lo.
sec,,: ore clearly and 1s ovoid
potholes asd olber obtect,s,
3
Bcloi'c turnio5 is Iront of' o
be
Workout World received the nod
from the beard for their use of appronsmately 14,000 square feet of
Oy5ten,
t5'band recital hosted by Gemini.
lo olbec action, hoard
Doris Tettord,
batanee of 9,304 oq.fI. mould
rented ta retail stores.
north nf Oakton Street. Doce
these figures und noter approval
are received, Centet would work
with Illinois Beg
the installa-
Tattoos-shy and Jenny Chaang.
Coordinating their efforts were
leachcrs Margaret Prateher and
si the
tare amI battery shire and the
given "relatively clone" figures
as the installation nf the syotem,
he has oot,nbtaiised figureo from
Centri which nerves Niles
residents west of Milwaukee and
enhanced with Usia system. He
added since the system woald
co Oussnnity-scide party at North
automatically have a record of
Du burban Synagogue Beth
Et io
the telephone number and the
Highland Parb, from t to O p.m.
location of the emergency sito,
Those not participating in the
this
would aid the fire and police
WaDi can altend the party by В°% departments
tremeodornly. 8f a
matsng a donation lo the Wath
caller loot consciousness before
With Inrart.
giving the location of a medical,
police nr tire emergency, Use
phone number and address would
automatically he os record.
. Both Police Chief Emrilouao
and Fire Chief Kinowshi said the
system would 'also. reduce the
sari005 aspects of alcohol and
number of prank calls to both
drug ahuse, how lo enhance nett.
departments since the callers
esteem, how to build self- would find ont soon enough that
confidence, and how lo develop
their telephone oumbern and ad5550d decision-making skills io a
dreosen were aulomatically
intensive day-long programa thai
recorded,
ruas Irons O am. la tO:3g p.m.
lo other business the bused appruned the conslrncliao of ManFounded no the belief that tgnmery Ward's tire aod
through adequaje information accessory stare at hattery
0643
and self-underolaoding, every Malwaulsee Ave. as the
oile
of
the
perneo kan the capacity to mahe
ShinIer restaurant, That building
sound decisinon and to exefl a
will' he torn dawn and a 17,860
panilive influence so others, sqoare toot building
Operation Snowball lakes ils e reeled on the nile. will be
Lawrence
name from the idea that positive
Frieabssan, as attorney represen.
Ihinhing and behavior can spread
from pernan to persan, growing
5,753 nq.ft.
building mould be used fur the
added tisaI while Illinois BeS han
hand, along with sin others, wan
rated "superior" by judges at a
hoard that
completed and operational, He
Jennifer Naparotak, Amy
Wa Ibero
chase a hunk ut 25' stampu at all
Jewel oervice deoks.
fluo service is being prsvided
an aosther convenience lo Jewel
costumers tu compliment Jewel's
ting Montgomery Ward told Ihe
complicated system would be
After the Wath is completed aS
WaIb.
customers will be akte to pur-
One stop shopping PhSonophy.
12
to emergency cuSs would he
lichuolGemioi'n npmphonic
veozent method to assist the coosooner m purchasing slarnpn.
llegmnmg May 2, 1580, Jemet
outil from Nitro-E, Mainr P.1
no, and free refrentsovets wilt he
available.
To walk, npsnsor walkers or
volunteer call the Walk Center,
Raesnulbo of Gemini Junior High
Danny Burg, Macloss Osheff,
Erika Dahoff, Katy Saivoclsi,
Mlnnooyolis.Sl.
silt OISO
0-cOunt 1987.
WaIh wall begin Prom the Hoa'wich
Center at 9 am. The Cookie
Jewel Food Stores and the
United Staten Postal Service are
Harry KJnnwojj also told the
plaine0,
Ezra-Habonim
Sisterhond
Sabbath
IS
yraru as part uf the opening Walk
cererunnies
The Greater Chicago Older
Adult Walk and a Family Mini
Page 47
Jewel to begin
postage stamp sales
nilt receive a free Walk With
tsr act T-shirt no the day of the
Nelson'n team consisted of
phonic band director Bob
The excithsg, turbulent and
unutterably sad life afllarab Bernlsardt will be recounted by well-
osanded Ike ram's horn far
All walhrrn who turo in an
Confia ned from Pagel
respectively. A library plaque
monity. ' '
O'Grady in survived by hin
childres, Chuck, Jr., Mary and
Kevin (Lyons) and two grandehiti$rea, Adam and ,fensifer
Tranchita Miller, a ed
Sepuiceda and other mothers of
the first groderu are planning a
meeting with Sinter Rita
ta
develop stralogy lu bring the
other twa rnemkei-s nf Editf,
family here "She fones h-'s
er
friends in schant,but no nne an
replace her mom. This little ga'rl
needs bec mother," Tranchita
said. The "worm" also filas to iocolve Nues Village offiriato intlse
Edith's mother and y005ger
grinder. Hot dogs, taffy apples,
of those peuple who gave of
Coalluued fron Pagel
launch the WaIb. Kals, who will
be 89 yearn old this August, bao
going tu again sosto in the gonernue to entend the vina to include
glees and on authentic organ
evening, May 6, wIth the inutallaton of tho.new Sintorhood Board
Marine Lance CpI, Ilmo Chus,
son of Hoe K. and Myang J. Choz
Fentival, Apr. 29-May t at the
America Characters "Bugs Ban-
ny" and "Daffy Doch", the
the NUes Chamber of Commerce.
He also was involved in his conds
association inthe Terrace Square
complex. Bluse saId, "Chuck
Israel...
Edith's father in pay for medirat
enpemes "Hopofugy thin can be
made pmaihleВ»
"Perhowots earned 40 cents an
hour as a toni driner in Polans
,,"
ube uaid.
them. He then talked to some of
their parents who had encsurag
ed the yoangslers to get involved
in helping their clasumato,
Sister Bito said the children are
be made by Marriott's Great
Continued from Page t
Coutinued from Pagel
children und talked to two of
"Silent Mime Company".
to beth multo appearances will
Deafness, tolto Dee Rd., Des
Ikno Chon
petition and seiS compete in the
i
"Dootey Brothers" and the
2620 West Touhy, cetebraten
Sisterhood Sabbath un Friday
Festival may be sent to Center os
nor's ethnic affairs aid repnrteij
ly had eight phone calls freon the
ConEd from SkoMe.L'wnmip
help cover the costs of the
Jnssior High School, ore finalists
in the talent portion of-the corn-
Center.
unciety In economics,
Included was Glean A. Graft of
9857 Robin Rd. of Niles.
Continued from MG P.S
SJB students...
Skokie birthday...
didn't Just live here. He was one
Local tale nts score
in corn petition
ed io ICremlin museums. Thin
on honor society
Fourteen students at the
Senior Bowling League for which
Kremlin and the art objects bons-
Nues Corn niunily club
presents "Truob and Treasureo"
- May 15, th30 p.m. Glean and
Ruth Garete from Franklin, IIlinois will talk about recycling
Senior award...
The Bugle, Thwsday, Apro 55, 1989
otraighl
ahead, Turn signals do oat' furs
off automatically on most motorcycles, and Ihe rider may banc
forgotten ta turn the signat oIt
aller a prenons turo.
If you ore following a motorcycle, allow more distance when
approaching a railroad track,,
(Wies the cronniog is rough sr the
tracks cr000 the ruad at an angle,
the rider sill have to slow dswn
and will need room lo maoeus'er
Stay well behind a motorcycle
whee oppruaching a bridge
Metal sr grated bridges creMe a
wobbling sensation is the Iront
lire st a cycle and may eaiisr the
cyclist lo slow down,
'0,
The ugle,Th.rsdY, A
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