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Page 32 Thè Bugle, Thursday, April 12, 1973 - - &960 -tïton
Io the Bugie1olod---ahoo1 - and Dr. George Lesterwere cien.. in District 71 (NUés lemen-
The Iàrgest Low Calorie and Diet Food Store. iñ the Midwfst - - diotricls. lucumbent hoérol nem-
bors Vere ê1eCtdtQtlO5frLSi
ted-to three year terms. racy) lncwnheots Leonard Scy-
In Dlsflict 70 (Morton Grove) - - manskl and Eunice Wardo were
Elementary) incumheom Evelyn
lahs and Mary - FIelen Archibald
ooere reelected t three year
in Dlstrtct 2l9(Nilcn Town-
ship 111gb Schools) Evelyn -Rosen- -
weig and George Hasus were
dons on the school boards. intumbentsSamuei Eng1lsh HoI!- reelected to three year terms. terms, Also elected to Borne electeé to three year- terms
ip Kobeskiand Lawrence Schulte Also -elected to d-Three year year term was Bernièe Lesser, while Ben Lipin, was elected
Io District 64 (Nileu-Park were reoieçted to three ypar term was Ed Brooch S. Ira Milles- waoelected to a to fill an macspired two, year
Ridgo) thCUmbOOt Ivieg Parry terms. Io District 74 Llncólnovood -
ose Orear term.
. WIDE ASSORIMEIIT OF FROlEl
° COIIPLETE ASSOftTIiIENT ° REGULAR LOW CALORIE Oaktoit--iCon'nmuïii-ty -College arts än d crafts fair
VEGETABLES BOXED AND BAGGED tMTIONAL BRAND VITAMINS SALT FREE A1UR-ÁL -CHEESES o kt Community cellegt sOakto trustees fa airy and craftsÍair will Is be bald e Another highlight of the week., be performed on the following
o H ose e Sund y April 29 athnlnistrators will uerv as that weekepd o S turday aed end wIll be the Oakton Theatre weekend, May4, 5, and 6 at the
ill f tare recItals demuestra-. hosts $a ali buildings to discus Suooday Apèii 28 und 29 from ji guild production nf Aooullh's same lioso and place. Admission
to os and exhibits loo ucb of iba the pbllosapby goals ed pro- a.m. t dusk Ar artists ha e 'Packet." Performaeres million- for adults Is $1; for students
5 leterlm CampuSeS buildings. - grams ofthe growlag community been invited to participate. Ii in.. glu at S p.m. on Friday, Saturday, - -with Identification, 50f,
The open hOUSe Will be held from college. ; - intestati, rail Jay Wollte,- 967.. mid Sundejo, April 27;28, and 29,
i p.m. tO p.m. - - -- --The second aoumul arts mod 5120, ext. 356. In Building 6, "Becket" will also
Leske, Jones top Pork election
Village of NUes -
FRESH FISH ' ALL. VARIETIES -
Low CALORIE: CAN B000S . -
954Í 00 COulTlANoAvI, NItIi.Itt
@ Low CALRE DAIRY SELECflOI 966-3900.1-4 . -(A 6100 0 MiinsOin. Au.)
15CPER CÒPY VOL. 16 NO. 44, THEBUGLE THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973
By Gary Goodfriend -
- The unchallenged llra of Chal- in the more hotly contented
-lenge Party led by Mayor Nich.. park commissioner electIon, In-
olas Blase was re-elected Theo-f cut_oct Jack Leoke was re-
- day- to village offices by NUes elected, with Millie Jones cap-
reoidentu In whet BlaSe termed, Boring the-other spot on the Park
I- vctóñOHS : 'a tremendous vote of- tonfi- Board. -
In Eeoc Maine School GioIti et dente." -
is a - turnôut labeled "very
63 three incuoghento were ge- light" by Village Clerk Prank
j---- .--. , - ByDdBesaer elected for 3 year cornos Sonor- Wagner, Blanc garnered 3,850
Hih Diskict Votes, Write-In candidates Flor-
_ff_.,- o. Editor & PIIbIIuIOer - -
Larry Scies of Morton Greve Ñúi Ian Kllpowicz totaled 180, Gerald
-..-: Efectioyieftovers . . led ali candidteo with 1,352
Votes. Nileolte AilenoNidatzgar- 20? elti reslts Sullivan, 163.
Frank Wagner remains at his Vil-
. E th ugh yearn a Maine Townublp resident were Ali three intumbents were re-
Vegeàb1e Whok ¡' -
betting you bed ño ide yoü could vote for one ton.nship
scho1 filisteo Saturday. Bill Graham was elected to this -
nOted 1,224 and the third winner,
William Allen, - onincfrporated elected to the Maine tegh School
area, received 910 votes. 207 Board Saturday, Ges PlaInes
lage Clerk spot after receiving
4,275 votes. - -
The three trustee positions
-: 6 j/tar post at the only precinetlo, the district dt Ballard Mark Davis, an unincorporated -resident Michael Ba6tns received
- - -
Jiices Parts ::
: school. -
area resident, received5l6votes 2,866 votes, MnrtonOraver Leon..
and Nileslte Themas ICogos re- ard Grazian, 2,-74j votes aId
were also uncontested, Jerry Ska-
ja topped tho trustee vote with
/ Graham, along with George Scharinghouáo of Park Ridge
/arod Ed Parues of Des Plaines ao ciected aé represent-
celved 462 votes. Roy Mahela, Nibs, -2,544. The
While charges the Maine Town.- fourth candidate, Thomas Crites.
4,373, followed by Keith Pack,
4277 and Pate Pasnie, 4164.
The park election ran as fol-
f: / atives from Maine Townshipon alternateyears tooversto Continued on Page 20 received 2,092 votes. Continued on Page 20
/ Our township high scbéoi district. rbey-wawh- over the
bonded indebtoess of the district, hold title on our behalf
fat, uchools In the high - school district, and choose the
; banks where the school's moneysare deposited. -
,;-: The trestee pasts are th result of the archaic Illinois
-:-;: high school lens whIch date back 150 years. While the
--: .. electS school hoards do run the local school distticts.
-:.f : stil checks which have to ho signed include ong of the
t w hip trustees signature
S000rdoy, If you chose to udge over to the Ba11afI j:
ff?- j: schooJ you could have vqted br Groham. You didn't
and we didn't and its likely Graham wan elected for
another 6 year term wftIl'Iess than 100 MaIne Township
Pull Time Nutrition Co sultants resIdente aooIng a vote for him.
on Premises :-
to disuss. your problems. -
Contlnuedon Pagé 20
Incumbents, Hynn win
in Oa1tqn District 535
le Saturday's Oakton college
School Board election Nliesjtà Paul Olson -
Torn ioy5 along with incuso- °Thomas Flynn - 2.995
Thomas SMoke 2,745
bests Raymond Hartotelnand Ï'mil
GilOOfl were electe4 for 3 year
terms to tj #555 college board.
'Mu@ic Man' matiñee
Vovias Medals was elected to
The Maine East l-11gb school musical comedy which will b pecially to all senior citizem -
Music Department and the Maine performed by nur students and groups in our area, members of
Serve a two year term. Por 2 year term (°elected) East Music Bòostero are pro- enjoyed by ail ages, the Gold Card - floh of Maine
1735 DEMPSTER SKOKIE f1off
The following ar the woof-
or 3 ye (°eiected}
2,475 seating their annual Spring mo-
olcal. This yéar's show is Mere-
1,176 dlth Wllsoo's "The Music Man"
A special Invitation io being Township High School District
sent to all grade ochnol and 207,. Nues Township Nigh ithool
junlorhlgh students, sçnut District 219 Senior CitIzens club,
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 679-7666 4.406 Harvey Shapiro - - 1,156 a lively fun-filled-folicoome groups, campfire girls, and 'pu- COntinuod on Page' 20
HOURS 8 A M to MIDNIGHT DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE
The Bugle, Thurnday, April 19. 1973
The Bugle. Thursday, ApriL19, 1973- Page 3
!;o.sd) idwk nror1nni
If the ptbltc sidewalk is frost nf your hume ¡sis seed of repair, C-.
the Village of Niles svill share the coat us a 50-50 badin. I s a
limited number nf sldewalko cao be repaired on afSrst-
first nerved basto. A minimum nf two (2) nqsares is seed- . te
participate le this program. Pill in the eoaes below and mail-it
The Friernis of the Nt1e Pub- todny to: Niles Public Werks, 6549 W. Touhy ave., Nulas. -
lic Library fl conjuuctiofl with
the Nileu Public Library Dis- NAME -
D-ici will present Paul Mousy, ADDRESS \ r:oNE - -
author and reporter for the Sun- I wish to pnrtíc'lpate in ibeNtien Sidewalk yvogram. I have_....squares
Times. on Mondoy, April 23, at of front public sIdEWalk for replacement. - -
7 p.m. SIGNED -
Mr. Molloy will be the gueut
sjealcer at an Open I-louse at Legiofi secures carnival grounds
the Library. His fIrst book, Ayd
'Thee There Were Eight,' be- An important aneoueceroent - noise and tcaffic in the area would Vsi. 16 Ns. 44, April 59, 1973
came an immediate bent-ocher. :vas made this week by the Mir- have disturbed adjacent home- 9O42 N. Courtaed Ave., .
ton Grove American Legion Post owners.
8esides writing booksile is a Pont Cnmmander Frank I-albert NUes,llL0Oh48
witty conversationalist and has ftl34. They bave secured theme Pionne: 966-3900-l-2-4
been on the Today. Tonight. and of the Ford property at Waohe- reports bis carnival chairman, ---THURS., FRI., SATAPRIL 19,O21 -
Mike Ounglas shows. The books gas and Dempsterfor their yearly past commander Al Nehmt, went -
Pubiishnd Weekly us Thursday
Mr. Molloy has written will he carnival. to great leng:bn to obtain thin Three layers of premium Boy Blue Dairy Treat, Chocolate, Second Cianspontage for The
en sale along with other boohs Doe to changing conditions and spacious area which shnnld see i°inapple and Strawberry topping, crowned with a, cherry is Bugie paid at Chicago, IlL
which will interest ali ages.. The their former site being imavaf I- another fine, large presentation - n glans thats yours tu keep.- Llncoinwuodlas paid volestarily
Book Fair will ron all week, ns able. the local Legion had coo- for the annual summer fun event
do come and see all the Ubrary templated oslng their own which derives the majority of
fndu för the huge Legion budgçt.
PLACE ORDS tJOW to your carrier.
Subocriptiun Rate (tsMvanto)
has in offer. grausds. Not only would this have-
meant a smallpr carnival. hst
The Volsnter Services e! 5ko- teach arti and crafts; ioea big
brother or sister te a loneiy
F FOr Single Cnp3' .....15
hie Valley,8 5paubO65W pro-
Manteau Potpourri is the theme at- District70'n cemiegpring
grnw of the Skolole Valley- Wet-
has bees hors.
If you would libe more holst-
BUtffJIES ÁN NOLALPS
-. , . $4.50
. , $8,00
Concert. The ingredients of the putpourrd will include a vafiety oh
types nfmsslc playedandsungbytheilistrict 70 muSical ergasizaus
A need Wasdeterminndfor such mutlos, please telephone OR 4- HOURS; 741 SHM Harlem
-'hree Years $10.50
i Year (eut-ef-ceusty) . 95,00
a volunteer pool after muck data 2668 any Wednesday ofternnnn 12
9:35 Other Lecailnes: 1 Year (PoswSgs) . , . $10.00
Almut 350 yaungsterswilitakepasttaeseer more of the groups which received from uncial agencies, to 3 p.m. sr write to: Skohie -
Just South nf Demr North Lake, Zion Special Student Subscription
include the Seutnr Band, Senior Orchestra, juntôn'l-tigto ChoÑs, lic. schools, and recreatiosal net- Valley. Welfare Council. 4017
Cerpeioiersville, (Sept, inni May ) . . . $3.50
ternuediaW Chnrau and che Stage Band.
The concert wilt he held at S p.m. at Park View school na May Z
vices wan compiled. It was
hlearo,ed there is indeed a gap
Church st,, Shokie, III. 65076, and
send your name, address, and
9: 196t.'6536 -
Ail AFO addresses, an for
Parents and friesdu of Dlmrlct 70 are cordially Incited ta atteod esisdeg in many of these organi- phone hawker.
District 75 musIc teachers, Mrs. Elaine -qlaiscy and Roger Paint zntinns nf "helping hands," even
review Spring Cnocert stures with jtadsr high students Charlm though the shortage may secar
Peterson and Marylin Taldane. - -- -
nniy neassnaily is some egora- SALE ENDS WED. APRIL 25
A committee uf 16 was fermed
through the alteres of Dr. Atibar
Ryden, President nf the Skekie
PC FRESH YOUR CHOICE
- - -
É-- - -..
nf that-judging is the relgolng Valley Welfare Council Board. GROUND HOMEMADE
- beauty uf the county-spssunrod Co-chairman of lion gtoup Gladys CAPCNS FULLY COOK ED Od4' hOW
4th of July Soldiers Field fire. Guyton and Mro. Nt Mattds, CROCK POLISH or
works program. Rohgo han bees pintai ostthattheVulasteerSew' - -
garnering prizes as she wins - vIces wan established te nupple-
I; 8 STARM
various level cuntestu. The 70, went but sut supplant esistisg ITALIAH
Distrtçt is composed nf moro -volmteer services. - - LB. LB. SAUSAGE ARMOUR
than a dosen Legion Ptosis Ist- The arcan besefitting from
ated on the - north suburban and -
these 00w services would heCoif,
chicago area, Miss Schulz vilI Uncnlowood,. Nues, Mottas
fili io, for any queenly ¿loties li
-the - queen is unable to attend,
Grove, md Skokie. -
The Volunteer Services of Sloe-
FRESH WEST VgRGIN,I
Both received savings bonds from
the Morton Grove Punt; and Miso
bio Valley In shkere an Is&VIdUaI
interested in helping ethers cas 4OZZARELLA. LB. SEMI BONELESS & BONELESS
apply. Por example, here are
- Wallach also wan presented with
ahssdfrom the district. i -
nns,e of the seeds a vulasteer
could fill: counnei en a tetepkone )pt 'TILl i - P.M.
'hot line;" provide transporta-
Robyn Anne Wallach. (i.), queen
of Morton Grove Post #134 of
BJBE- Sisterhood don r visit as elderly porous;
help u handicapped - yuusgster
- EARU' BIRD EASTER SUNDAY
Sadie Stern Merci, the woma. learn to Swim; assist in a resale
the American Legion, was recent..of u thousand voices, will du
ly nulsnd 7th Gist, Legloscnctestreading - nf- Twigs (a cnwcdy/ -- shop; he an aida in supervisIng BORDEN'S
winner. The. resident nf 8322 drama) at the B'Nai Jehoshuo emotionally disturbed children; MON. TUES. WED. DOLE -SLICED
Control,. prses with runner up, Beth Elohim general Sisterhood
- Suzanne Scholz, Si000aktvn, also meeting, Wednesday, May 2 at
nf Morton Grove, Buth girls are- O s I,, tin, ,n,,.nh t,,,,ttt w Sëhilarship FRESH --
17 year old Niles West seniors. the'temp1e9OlMfiwankeeave,,
Regular Husky Slim - Blue Jeans Miss Wallach, by nvwbelngchns ;:
Size 6 Size 25 Size 6 Size O nc as the district queen, will tins; pirase Call- Sharpo PraWn,- SCH E NLEY- -
Size 7 Size 26 Size 7 Size i compote in Conk Coonty Legion ram Vite president, 94S
Size 8 Size 27 Size 8 Size 2 còmpetition, The altl,sate wiirnnr
Size 9 Size 29 Size 9 Size 3 GIN -
Size lo Size 30 Size 10 Size 4
Size 12 -
Jackets. Size 34 2 lengths
Size 36 Shirts Size 10 GUACO BAZZI
Size 6 Size 8 3 lengths LAMBRUSCO
Size 8 Size 10 Sise 12
Size 10 Size 12 4 lengths WINE
s--79 1-i2 Di. Cans
Size 20 The recipient er Mutton Grove SCIIWEPPES
Woman's club Conservation
Kids come in-all sizes. Scholarship Is Jay Roasmuss nf J tee $500 TONIC - - -
Morton Grove. Ide will attend the
But then, so do Levi's: Which is Summer -Conservadoswerkokop -
INGLENOOK -- 3oTs---
, why the Gap is the perfect place to al Western 11115010 university, --
outfit kids. It's a super-display Macouch, -- - -
of styles, fabrics and colors. From. Jsy -is very Interested is can- 1969 VINT-AGE
servatios and works at the Ja- $149-
corduroy to denim. In a variety GEISWEILLER MONTREAL
ofsizes that makes shopping a maltas Gardens after scheel and -
DAD'S LG. PK
dram. So bring us your kids. os weehenda; hin particular in-.
-p FIFTH -
FRENCH - - CAN SODA
term: being intim nt-spital plant BURGUNDY ROOT BEER
Wè've got their number.
- The Williamson "Flee-In-One" eifern healing from section, - -
1OOto 180 thousend' B.T.U., cooling from 25 tO 80
thousand B.T.U., humidifies upto one gallon of Water
output per hour, dehumldifles to pleasant aummor
PEesenthig Ike award to Jay
are kirs, John Lymait, President. BTLS; - £ ? t/2GAL,
nf fon Motion Grove Wuman's
Niles, N-Milwaukee Avenue. Acros from GolImill Center Comfort tevels and etectronlcally removes up to 90% club (affiltair nf the illinois Fed-
of all aIr-borne contamtnants all year'ound. All Indoor erotic,n of Woman's ClubO,- 10fb
(In New Millbrook Plaza Shopping Center) Phone 967-5596 comfort elements are completely enclosed In a cas- DIstrict) and Mrs. Peter Vivei-
Schaumburg, Woodfleld MaltPhone 882-4993 Ing no largar than a typical warm air furnace. - $PECIALTY FOODS
rus, Conservation and Ecology
' Chicago, Broadway & Barry (Newtown)Phone 929-4085
Evergreen Park, 95th & WesternPhone 422-5451
PhIladelphIa/Houston/San Francisco/Los Angeles/San Diego
WALLrS EAT SÉYCE
Chairman - -
Lç.tèd North of Jabas Restaurant
MON. to SAT. 9 AM. to lo P.M.
Open 7 daysMos. Ihm Sat. lO.9Sun. N?sn AÍCONDITIÒNBNG GAS -OIL
PHONE: 965-315 sùÑ. 9 to 4
The Bugle, Thursday5 Aprii i9, 1973 Page 5
The Bugie, Thuruc!ay, April 19, 1973
Final Notre Dame fencing stars
-Pocket-size .8- Digit Electronic
The billes Youth Congress asilI
hold its final registratIon ur this
yeo?s '54' l-tuur. Marathon and
regular . League season on Sanar-
.- Calculatór, AC- Adapter and -
day. April 21, from il a.ru. u, i
p.m. at the Parkflisthct Recreo-
tise Center, 7577 MIlwaukee in
'Battery- (includés saìs tax and -
full year warranty) ... .yours fOr
This year the Morathsaa.wlil he
played Fildab, Saturday sed Sun-
day. June 22, 23 and 24. and Is ' -
upes tu any girl between the ages
only $5495 when you deposit
of 13 and 23.
The regular League seasòswiil
begin se June li for the younger -
divisIon and oit Juno iS fur the .
older gins. and Is upes to any i. .
3OO -in a new or existing
girl betaaeen the ages of 13 and The ' Chicagsiand Opes is an can. MeConvilie had o 10-io lue
annuai InternatIonal tournament the day and was the oely prep
Girls' varsity basketball, Waivers may be filled out atIbo
held as Chicogo In March. Thin
yeas' it ivan st mOjsr impsrtance
fencer in theseml-fleals, HouaIs
Luhsw, Riles West, made it as
lt's the varsity team before the action on court gets hectic - time uf regintratiun sr mniled In. au it helgud tu qualIfy csliegians the quarters before beleg el.
Maine East's varsity girls basketball team. (Front, 1._r.) Eileep
Santry, Dawn Boyd, aed Margie Berresheim. (Dck, 1.-r.) Karen
Stoltzser, Louise Fiebelsee, Mary Sentry, sud Se Webber.
Ail fees mast be paid then hiss
and are as fsilows: Marathon-$2
per giri for registration und T-
shirts; League - $5 fur residents
of Nibs add $7.fsr son-residents
and graduate stodents for the
University Cames to be held In
Moscow thin sutnaner.
Tim Glass, N.D.H.S., feucti
cime on Sunday. Tigs made lt lu
Foil. members si the U.S. a field si 40 to 0(5 quarter lIn.
savings account. - -
Young adults sports night ander 20 team: Dave Litteli and .als. With a 3-2 record, asuai
fur all equipment and services Terry MaConville. tite esmpeti ensugh te advance tu the nebo-d
Voiieybali, trampollee msdbad- will be available. Batkgrusndmu- necessary tu rus the League. tian was very tuagh in the field he foIl abort of quulifyieg by
minton are some of the activities
planned by theMayerKaplaeJew-
sic and refreshments will round
ont the eveulssg ogram. Por fsrtherinfsrrsatlon, please
sf 75 fencers. There were 4 .05 points on the raus. Tim was -. WEIGHS ONLY 7 OUNCES FOR EASY
Oiynspic cumpetitors frsm Can-, the only prep epoe fencer In ohs
isb Community Center's Young /sdmlnsion is5O for mcm- contact Nlles Youth Cummis- ada, Heng Cong. U.S.A., and Ass- csmpetitisn at thin time. CARRYING IN POCKET OR PURSE
Adntu for Sports Night at 8p.m. hirs and 75d for eon-members. sianer Richard Machnswski at traiia. In additiun. there were 5 Ali thSee U-20 fencers didwell
un Saturday, April 28. 966-9887, Chairmansi the League All Americans. Dave Litteli made in the competition and have hai
Yoimg adults, ages 18 to 30,
are invited to loosen up their
Committee. it ta the semi-finals (Dave is a a good meet to preparo them for
2 time All Americas) aioug With the oh-20 World championships r-' s PERFECT FOR BUSINESSMEN,
muscles and joie its cts tho fuss HELPING if ysa would like tu be a man- this next week. The US lean
uf team and Individual spurts. PEOPLE ager sr umpire fer the League.
Bruske Macbier (1973 NCAA Fail
Champiss) and Olympian. leaves frum Rem York so April SHOPPERS, STUDENTS AND -
Por those iess physicaiiy in- £fUSOd of MSrCy please .cail Richard MachnaVskl Terry McCsnville, N;D,H.5.. IS. Csmpetiiisns begin un April A
cithed, chess andThuard gathes at the above number. made the semi-finals abs in the 19 through April 22. HOUSEWIVES -
other posi which contained 5 A" Shswn ahsve 1. to r,: Terry
fencers, incioding 511ml (l-long McCunvlile, Dave Liltell, Tim
Csng Olympian) and Banks (Ans- Glass, and Rev. Lawrence . ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY, DIVIDE
NILES tralias Olympian) an Ali Amen- Calhoun.
ANY NUMBERS UP TO A MILLION
8800 N. Milwaukee Boys' Bowling WITH A FIXED, TWO PLACE DECIMAL
BELL The first place team In the buwled by Dave Customs nf Riles
827-5509 bise divisisu of Maine Rast's with a 569, Steve Levine uf Mur-
Buys' Buwlieg club, milis 45 wins ton Grove with a 507, and Dave . . . EVEN PERFORM CHAIN
HOME OF SALE DATES and 18 Issues, is cumprined of Thrup nf Riles with a 502.
flAil Thurs. thru Sun.
.,II .,I. ja..,.
captain Dave Csntsrns, Vasi 1-lu- The pizzn minoens fur lbs al.
(er, Diene Shlpp, and Kevin Cas- ternose's bawling were Csnlorcs,
PRC(S ..da.......5 soy. All reside in Nibs. - Flujer, Shipp, and Cooney.
April 19 thru 22 - The firsc place team in the . POWERED BY A REPLACEABLE
white division is csmpnised of BREBEUF LADIES
Scott Friedman af Msrtsn Gruye, Week sa Aprii is 9-VOLT ALKALINE BATFERY FOR
Steve Stein 5f Des Piamos, Frank Team Standings W-
Veccisis 5f Des Plaines, and Ar-
nuld Fishmus of MsrtsS Gruye.
Dunione's Beauty Salon
- - 131-$5
Tite team, whose ciptaio is Scott Wheeling Plumbing Co. 124-91
WINDSOR. Friedman, has 4h Wins and 20 Skaja TemucO 122-9f s EASY TO OPERA'E AS A
issses. Walt's T.V. 121-96 -
CANADIAN For Aprii 5 the best series were Helene's sta Oalotsn - 117-100
State Panna laos. (A. Belerwaloss)
K of-C .
$3.39 12-Ox. Lune Trae Inn 1gb-Ill s COMPLETE WITH PLUG-IN ADAPTER
u 16 On.
69 Fifth 6 BtIs. -
Final Standings 2nd Hall-Aprii 10 Harrzak's Sausage Situp 106-111
Ksop -Funeral Fiume
W-L Wesley's Restaurant
36-24 Kssp 'unerai i-lame
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE-
Shaja Funeral Fiume 35-25 Classic Bowl
A S M Air Freight 32 .5-27.5 PIsurs by Vinci 73-144 LENGTHENS BATFERY LIFE
Sucker 1-511 C.C. 32,5-27.5 Saals uf Riles 67-110
OLD TAYLOR BUDWEISER Rsb'd Liqasru
29-31 High Sorio-
Furasartyrs 4th Degree 20-32 J. -Lun 571; M. Dubersch,Sl1-
6, 12 Ox. Csloniai Funeral 1-lume 27-33 G. Ippolits 476; - S. Martin 474;
Cans . Go Tu - Bio-es
25-35 B. Thomas 449; 0al CailSuets 449.
M. Doloersch 224; J. Lac 214;
ere's All You Do
CAN D. Vague 57i: G, Clark Jr. K. Smsja 186; G. lppsllts 172;
568; J, Kubat 563; 3. Baer 559; J. Bush 172;-S. Mumm 171. 1. Visit the First National Bank of Des Pjaines
B. Sawsttho 559; W. Szatkswski
FLEISCH MAN N'S
555rn; J. Pentue 547; K. Rugers BO WIE RETTES
544; P. Wenn 541; M. Szathsw- April 12 2. Open a savings açcountminimúm deposit of $30Ó
ski 545. Teams W-L
tii1i S.Jß HOLY NAME Del's RestaurantCurtese Motor Service i21.A4
Deposit $3Ò0 in any existing First National Savings account
OSI' WINES Csisnioi Fuserai 66
99 ARE PEPFECT
Cuit Bulks - .
Cortese Motor gervice
A & B Watches
3. Then pay only $54.95 añd receive your electronic calculator
Fifth Jus. Wiedensaun - 55 Rsrwnsd Steel Cs. Inc.
Birchway Drugs 49 Joke's Restaurant 112_101
NECTAROSE Riggis's Restaurant 47 Block Orchid Beauty Saies
Isn't This i4 Simple Way To Save And Figure?
Bunk nf Riles . 43
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The Bug1e Thursday. April 19. 1973 Page 7
Girls' owO . -
Meirne Eeseo fomele bonders For April 4 the hIgh IndividUO!
had betsy efteree000 oo April gonne (173) woo bowled by Gén
11 when they competed in the
aoougl Boot Mrs. Bricker vorn-
SÇhUbOO'ta Orné the high IndIVIdUO!
two gotoso UenIes (304) woo bowled
IwRtioo. Ail mernbero.lo the club by Joerto Fefloo. -
triorl tn beoteç the serien score The Alley Keoz. with e teem
of tbe1e opresor, Mro. Brickor. high oenlen of 1.595. woo the ef-..
Wizos ocere awerded on these
girlc who did.
"3-D" PAPER TOLE' PRINTS and
ten0000ss free pizze.
SHADOW OX FL4MS
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deSOWeOnd". ANY O FOR
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* INTRODUCTORY "BONUS OFFER" Freshman wrestling squad
m..I :;,edv h nr
Freohenao Wrestiltsg oqued et Malee East.
(Seated 1-r) M. Silicroft,
C. Nemman. B Lucce,
iÑer. aod B. Cepezofli. (Standing l-r) T. GoloSee,
G. Miller. K. I-bonier. W. Klnsted, R. Heinze!-
B. 10505011e R. Souwo. B. Unbeo, aod C. Leach. mao, R. Zamoet; L. Drermen, R. Beidocchi, eré -
(Koeellsg l-n) J. Ott. J. Kolbenke B. l'6torsns. ccach Murrie Grnoeiter.
Fo e.oriz S. Mciluoaid, B. Knox. A. Mol>irrger. B. Geh>-
Raiders return from training trip 2SPEED
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besebvil cod tomés teems re-
ceintly neturond from their Spring
Floiddu. and tho cuechen were just 4 hits les the 7-ivnilng gerce. 02 CYCLE WASHER
pleased mlth their touons per- JIm Buchholz hitaS-reo hume .
formaoces. tu pace the Raiders tu a 4 WASH & RIHSE
WC rL91ETT Y OUR LAGUE ATHER "l mac really setisfledwith usr
defeznive eifert ved our pltcinlog
wan real solid." naps baseball
over Arnericeo internado - al. Ho
was 6-11 at the plato so o trip,
belting coo humor cod tvicg Ic
COMBINATIONS COOL D-
WL AT THE coach Rick Syhamuods uf his
team'O Florida performance.
Ill four scrimmage gomes
3 v'uno. Schroder cod il-ohus Ma-
honey aise hit hnmers.
Tenido coach Tom J .rsdt was
against 4-year colleges, Oakton also pleauod with hin eses er
committed nsly uoe errur. The fsninance eu they c mpeted lo
defecsn was excclloot. acd was ncrimmages against ugh nom-
highlighted hy the ploy of dIon- getulos from So. Potere . rely
3OO ntup Ken Schroeder. Pitcher 4 tennis men made the trip. They
'(O Larry Gaweluch weot all the way were. Roger Junge. Kevin Kelly.
io a 2-1 lsss to AmerIcan bier- Jeff Neloso cod Bruce Bsyelka.
CO nailusal college of Springfield, All who mode the trip peld their
8530 WAUKEGAN MORTON GROVE Maos, He strock out 7 straight oms way.
IF YOUR LEAGUE HAS NOT SIGNED YOUR Tam tennis . -Maine East
1973-74 CONTRACT WE ARE ÑOW ACCEPTING tournment -
b se b II
RESERVATIONS FOR THE NEW SEASON ;
Ohio September tu a $50,000 ten- Powered by streog hittiog and WASHER
ido tnUrsemest feanerlog 52 ofthe speed on the beoopaths, Maine
1-year W array typ for
world's oup mec pleynro. LaÇas diemoodmeo ere luokiog repair of any defect.
LADIW LLu S
The ist a050al Tom Interno-
Decal Opeo is scheduled for the
week nf Sept. 24 to 30, 1973.
mOflVaO'd to a nuccessfsl seasov.
Returning senior lettenmoowbo
wIll be the backh000 of the squod
Plan (parts only> for
MORNIIJ tEVEVJING Spsossrod by the Tam Teotels
club and trodscndby Professional
ero third besemao DanMcDnte
oeil, left fielder Glen Sedjo, sec-
tOn pad in Che corn-
driee mntnr. Or water'
Torsolo Meoagemeot, loo., of ood basemen Don. Lowy, center
Hlosdale, the eveot In oeoctióond fielder Bob Uoyd, end piocher
by the United States Lowo Too- Gregg Melenhy.
aqoom ô . - -
010 Aosnclatlno onU approved by
the A500c4atloo of Tesolo Pro-
Because nf the excellent woo-
thon coodltloos, tho dlemoodmes
have been eiRe te hold several
44e4e ai-,q4 -
Amoog ) 000testeoto already
sigeed up for the meet - and
who will be competing for Corn-
PO'eotlCeS. Most of the positions
herre already been filled,, cod
Coech HenbWardfeols this yearn
/ -WARRANTY "
1-year W errar t> for
teem IO well belaeced vt every
merciai Uolsn Grood Prix pointu
- are: Marty Riesneo, Stao position. "There areno big wooS- olN THE CRATE FOR ONLY YOUR. CHOId
repel, cf any defect,
lus4- ear Protnctìnr
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JoIeieg ties netereIeglettermoo HARVEST GOLD
Plan (pares only) for
rnecf for eny detec-
true pant Of the dricn
Byron Bentrom mod NImbI Pillo. IS Doug Monnod, who wIG copiavo
- CHOICE EVENING TIMES AVAILABLE The top CVG P leaders after- the MEto MoDooeteil, co catcher. Jim
will be replaced at o A VACADO System. o Orsistin g of
drum Shaft. dnern
boyring, pulleys ard
: SUNDAY MORNING LL GUES
U.S. Opon also will oornpete.
50,000 le prize money Io belog
offered, The wleeer will receive
shortstop by either Warren Hoe-
ricks or ChonhSollergnee.
; FULL 5 YEAR r ° -
OR WHITE -
- d rive motor.
9,000, with $4,600 to theinnor- The big threesome oethe pltub-
op in elegIes. Doubles wiemern leg stall will be Gregg Maloney,
- : SAT. & SUN. TIME AVAILABLE will rocelvo $2,400, with ruoneno-' Dave Beside, and Ron Farber. WARRANTY FREE DELIVERY - FREE NORMAL INSTALLATION -
- Up getting $1,700 .- AU 3 hurlers pitched well thin
OPEN PLAY AT ALL lIMES The Tern International Opes PaSt summer. -
- PHONE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
will be the Chicago Urea's only
major set tourtilmont io 1973 to
Coach Ward feels everyose will
be toogh competition thin pear. 0 - -
co ODAY AND SÀVE
c: w r-'
. be held eollroly in one location, "The tougheot opp000nto svill ho
the lodoor Tnt>) Tennis club. Seot- Highland Perk, Now Trier West,
WE WILL OFFER Y®U TilE WORLD! log capacity of the newly - coo- cod the two Gleebreeke form our -°:-
otructed, uir-coi-iilluoidbuildiog divisiao. Other stiff competItion --
Is 4,000.Tithetpricosrengetrem Will be Nies Weot,Nileo North, MID
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$3 lo $7, . med Elaine South,"
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TEJE MOST FAIWLOErS EVER ilvered
A Lox and Bagel Breakfast for
foor will be hold to raise money the above dotes, The hoe CPc T.V. & APPLIANCES - " '°'n ocerore Friday
FOR LEAGUIE AND OPEN PLAY
AMPLE FREE PARKING MODERN COCKTAIL LOUNGE
for the dieg000io, treotmeot and
research of mentally retarded
childreo on Saturday, April os;
.4:30-6:30 p.m. aod Soesdoy, April
29, 8:30-11 a,m, The donatioo Is
$4 aod the loo box will be de-
slots of lox, bagels. creatO
choose, orange juice. surpriseS.
coke, med jelly.
For further lerfermatlos codon
piace your Lox Bon please colti
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Hiles Community Church N1T.J.Ca
Easter Sunday, April 22 will students, 7:30 p.m. - Committee CHURCH& TEMPLE oTES. . . Â acijes of special passover Pack 22b1ue and gold dinner Scout Council
begin at the Nilea Commwiltl en Christian Edacatlau; ThUrS-
day, 7 p.m. - Junior Choir re- -
sert,ices Conducted by RthbI
Brief and Nazcan Emanuti No5 hoop 906 Entertalus/
church (United Presbyterian).
7401 Oaktan st. with a youth sun- hearsal, 8IIO p.m. - Senior Choir - Abo-ums marking the deliveratce 'On Target'
rise service at 4:30 um. In u rehearsal; Friday, 1:45 p.m. -
Cub Scout Pack #62: and SuIno-
First Bàótist of the ancient Israelites t-
Egyptiajo bondage will he hefj mo Northwest Suburban Coun- Bethany Residents
near-by Forest Preserve, wee-
thur permitting (meet at the day, 7:30 p.m. - Metamorphosis member uf the Plo-stRap 30 pleces of ìer
on Sunday, the Wiles Tawnshin Iew. cIl, Boy Sconto of America with
church for directions; adulte wel- (yauth coffee-house). fist church uf NOes, 1339 Wau in addition to their regular tithe headquwnors in Arliogton Heights Girl Scout Troop 958 of the The grand finale for theU,S,A,
began roL, has heenoskedtohriog and ufferlogo. as a reminder of han hoes rocsgnlzed as av 'On 0,5, Cnuncil nf Northwest Cook will be led by baton twirlors
cuino). Easter wets ,-
the price that was paid to Jud. through Tuesday, A po-II 24.
Target'S Council according to County meeting 'at Melzer school Kathy Donisger and Susan Ross
will be held In - srchsunc- whe,s hehetrayedJesUs.TIWcbSI - Cooncil PresIdent Harold thyron under the leadership of Mro. with the entire tmoopsingiog Yac-.
wary ut 9 und i u.m. Speciuf Eveolog services will he hold Smith Jr. of Barrington and Coon.. Wm. ICons, Mrs. S. Gemsh und
nthems will he sg by thecsm- The Goad Friday Services at dran will bring their offerings In 6:30 p.m., Manday nod Thee.. kee Doodle Dandy and Ynu're A
Good Friday servicea. dizain. older youngsters wi.. ,, cil Commissioner Is-v Sprawh of Mrs. P Kno mill present their Grand Old Flag. The nhows given-C'
blued choirs an Michael Kuye, Edison Park Latheran, Avondale At S am, ilanter mao-nln, woo-- bring quorteru and the adults wil i day evenings, Airil 16 und 17 Park Ridge.
tenor, will be guest soloist. Two and Oliphant aveu.. Cblcago fee- and mornIng servIces OnTlI00day 4th show this year to the reni- by the gIrls at Bethany are part
shippers at Edison Park L.notheran bring half dollars and dalluru . Scout Exocurive Arthur j, AI- foots of Sethany Homo io Nies. of theirpemsnn-to-person Service
congregutissal brenkfants will be wring the Veiling of the Crasu church, Avandule and Oliphant The money will be added to lbs - and Wednesday, April 57 and li les stated that because nf the sup. The theme of thin show is
served st 8 sod 1Q;a.mThere the reudlng of the Reves Last ao-l0.a,m. Project andin adcordance with the
aves.. Chicago, will oee the buIlding fund. port nf Council leaders and vol- "Around the World In about 30 now Girl Sgtuut Laws,'sPhero the
will be no church sçhool this Words. tIle dimming uf tbe lights, Cros5\oI4h has been veiled . . On Tuesday evening, April 17, . - esteems nf the "Boypowor 76" Minutes," Starting with the theme
Sunday; hanover. cure for pro- and special musIc by the cheira, slate Coud Friday, unveiled to Sunday school classes at 9:45 NTJC familles svilI join togothtt Scouts Promise to 'Jdo my best
a,m. will conthsue theIr study o ,f fo a Syaøgogoo Sedar, led by Finalists Io çhe Morton Go-ove Cob Scoot Osch- 228 i'inewood
porgrarn, "Northwest Suburban 'Lot Me Entertain You" Ike to help where I asi seeded, to
school childreo will he provided. are scheduled for 6 and 1:45 the accompaniment of the nound -the Book nf Genesis; Pauto r Council has achieved vltalgromek Scouts will raise the flags made be choerfol, and to be friendly
All regular youth group meet- p.m. Roth services are Identical. of timpani and tnismpetu at the Rabbi NeilBrlef und Caspa- Derby were: lut, Keuneth Grass: 2nd, MIhe Pecci; 3rd, Bruce Al- during 1972, by servIng more
M6Munus will preach the neo-mo.5 Emanuel.Abraoss. Wro and 4th, Oeergo Millos, The first, Oetond and mind place ky Lori Remes ng Golf Jr. High and conoideo-ate,"
legs will be cancelled for the day. Pastor A. Gordon Nashy willgive annual Sunrise Service of the at il a.Io., andine Family Fellow ,- youth through Cub Packs, Scant for Austria, Poland, Mexico, In-
Church activIties during theweek a meditation on the topic, 'Sared church. Sabbath Eve services, Aps-ij runners will competo In the district runoffs on March 25. Troops and Enplorer pants them reel, France, Chisa, State
of April 23 will include: Monday by the Cross." The Cross will ship Hour of music und a spirE:- 20, at 8:30 p.m. Will feotute Thin active 'pack won first plhce in the Thunderbird District's of
7:30 pm. - Biblical Encounter he veiled modi the. beginning of
Pastor A. Cardos Nanby will
spook on "Darkness and Dawn-
oui message by the Pastor nil'I
be held at 1:30 p.m. The Youth
"Haggnf - Passover libo5. Klondike reco.
every before in the history nf
the c050cil." .
Hawaii and the U.S.A.
Songs from the countries will
group Committee on Steward- the Easter Sunrise Service àt lag." Following this Service, the sod?' under the dIrection ofDuc.. As of Doc, 31, 1972, 11,222 he followed by specialty dancen
Orchestra, Choir und Yow,.g Morton Grove Cub Scout Pack
ohipi flseuday. 10 a.m. - World 5 sa. Easter morning. Wor-
Service Workday; Wednesday. shIppers Wudlilosally leave the
youth of the church will eore
a breakfast In both of the aekesù- Prople will meet from 6 to 7:3V
., athy Klein Choir Leader mf
Sheldon Roseobatam at the or.. 220 recnntly Ield Its Blue and
Gold Diener at the Morton Grove
FeldsteIo, Kenneth Grass, An_
tbony Hall, Lawrence Kolar, Scott Cobs mero registered Is 210 Cub
Packs, 5,635 Scouts io 150 Scout
by the Senats. Doing the Palka
are Lyon Innen and Andrea Balm,
7 p.m.-drep-in' forbighuchool church In silence following these bly hallo of the church. gun. Passover Sabbath morno, Kushnor0 Keaneth.Maybruo, Mark Troops and 1,156 Euploremn in 8 fnllowed bythe MexIcan Hat Dance
Easter Feuilval Services are Wednesday Prayer Service wifi neo-olees will ho held at 10 am., A nnrican Legion Hull. Guests McCormlch, Robert Morris, Vic- Bmswnie To-asp #554 0f Wood-
be held atilp.m.followedbylilble on Saturday, April 21. included Mr. and Mo-n, Ralph tor Qollici, DanleiSteinor, Arthur Posts or Ships. This ropresosts with Dorothy Dragon, Jackie Cor- row Wiloes school toured
scheduled for 9 and 10:45 a.m. Instruction at 7:30 p.m. Choir -Weinmun, Snout District High an Increase of 734 members in figun, Jallo Kelly and Dolnron Lutheran General hospital March
The second half of the 9 a,m. . An All-Night Ssviet Jewry Vi- Therios and Bob Todd, Geld Ar- the council ninco l97i,or a plus Pino. An brodi dance will be 6, The 14 brownies mudo banks
Servlce/ will he hroadcast over practice will be held at 8 p.m. gil, Saturday ovenleg, April 21, Commissioner Lorry Bodzowskl row Awards went to Gany Ben- 4.3%
The Ludies will hold their .
from 7 p.m. to 7 s.m., nndor and School DistrIct 70 Superin-. joya, Jeffrey BergmAn, John Cap- performed by Heidi Kno, Kuyla for the cbildes in the pediatric
WOPA.)AM, 1490 1w. The brass monthly meeting on Thuroday at tendent Edward Eckhardt, Mrs. The "Spencer Award" will ho Cohen, Susan Fine, Sonar Soif- dept. These ¡tremoles, through
ensemfllEtogethor with the the sponsorship of thesynagogue, pas, Anthony Hall, Mark Jacob-
choirs, will provide special mu- 7 p.m. Board of Social Action, Saul Kouf Weinmen, ProsId'nt of the son, Mark McCormick, Larry presented to President Smith and
Commissioner Sprawka for the
erly and Kim Miller followed by their service, hope that the chu-
sic at both servIces. New mets- Crib und toddler nursery pro- man, wfflhlghllght Pansover'sbs P.T.O.. and Mr. Eckhardt, ad- Michaols, Ronald Steiner, Arthur the lively Can Can with ¡tipis- dren will enjoy their banks.
Council for having achieved "On stoppers Janice Gernh, Jeri
hors will he receIved loto the- sided atregarding freeFor Infor-
mailon bus tsars-
ternsodlate Days observances. dressod the large crowd. Acahoic
fathers' fashIon show and sHe-
Therids, Bob Todd and GregK Target" ntatos as a part of the Those girls Involved in this
LevIs, Laura Wbite Stacy Day.. project mere: Jill FrIedman, Jan
congregation at the 10:45. a.m. Iwo-cation to any of the services Concluding evening uOo-VlCCS Wittenberg. Sliver Arrow Awards "Boypower 76," which in thoNat-
wifi be held suo4ay and Monday rvalian dance number by a group went to Garry Benjoya, Jeffrey iantls and Tracy Felrstelo, Our Goldman, Joyce Gothelf, Wendy
service. Pastor Nasby will telephone 537-1810 or 647-5751, of the scouts, provided the eu- louai USA long-range program Chinese dac.ce Is by Patti 0cc- Grad, Lyon Hollunder, Nanci Rap-
preach on the theme, "The FaIth evenings, April 22 and 23, at 6:30 Bergman, Mark McCormick, that was launched in 1968 and wIll
p.m. Warship servIces Monday lortainmnnt. Lorry Mickanls, Arthur Theo-los ringer and Mao-la Charry and the Ian, Marci Levy, Terri Nathan,
That 00es Os." conclnde io 1976, 'Os Target"
Congregation and Thesday mornings, April23
und 24, at 10 a.m., markIng the
and Gregg Wittenberg, Wobelos
Awards went to Chuck Stem and-
status kan been achieved by
HawaIian Huki-Lau is dune by Barbara Robinson, Julie Sum-
Tina Comacke, Diese Rosar, morfeld, Bandi Spiegel, Debbie
«tntønial uurruI Eater cantäfa Mary Lauson, Glnnetto Rkth- Throk, Julie Semans, and Marci
oint On Easter Sunday, April 22, BJBE seventh and eighth days of the
Festival are also ucheduled.
Chairman. Wolf Awards went to
Gary flenjsyu, Jeffrey Bergman,
Brian Sokniewlcz. Northwest Suburban Council ev-
cry year. lisborgeroord Shari Morrow, Ginsburg,
the adult choir of Beiden Regu- A total Sunday nclooôl Involve- On T6eaday morning, April 24 Robert Coderbolm, Michael
6250 MILWAUKEE AVE. SP 4-0366 lar Baptist church, located ut ment celebrating Yom Ha-Axe- all Memorial Plaques which have Dohm, Tim Hannum, Mark Ja-
7333 N. Caldwofl Is Nues, will maul, the 25th annlverodiy of the cob000, Larry Kong, Larry Ml-
Joseph Wojdchowski L Son'-- present a cantata eotitled
"Worthy Is the Lamb" at 7 p.m.
State of Israel, will begin April
22 at Congregation B'Nai Je-
bean Odded since lastYom Icippac
to the Flieht Chapel Memorial
chanls, George Millos, Tom
ODunnell, Tern Purtipilo, Mthe ,
The public Is cordially InVIted. hashes Beth Elahim, 901 MII- PeccO, Ronald Steloer, Paul WOrn
wankee ave., Olenview. 500 CMI- sud Gregg Wittenberg, Bear _-1,_.-I &.T,A k 'u
do-on, graden IC through 5th, will
Lutheran Church of Anordo west to Brace Mpm,
Likea be worhing together In various
interest groupe to transform the
Temple Into scenes of israel.
There will ho dramatizations
In the form of movies, plays,
Services for this week at the
Lathoran church of thg Ressi-
Robert Braje, John Cappas, Alan
St. John Brebeuf
good neighbor, and morals of the 25 yearn of
Israel Independence; consxeuc..
tion of the Western Wall, and of
a Kibbutz (cooperative settle-
rection, 8450 N. Shermer rd.,
Nues are as follaws:
Haty Thursday, April 19, 7:30
p.m. Io the traditional linde of
Tromp 45 wan on their way
7401 Oaktes St., Niles - 967-6921
Rev, Soleen, Factor Fr, Folgen
8307 Harlem Ave,, NIles - 966-8145
ment). Tel Aviv will be repro- Celebration of the Institution nf oguin lo CampUan Eeardfôr their
State Farm nested by Kizeogoff st. und foud
stands: und Haifa, with Mt. Car-
mel and a dramatic presenta..
tlon of Biblical evento on Mt.
the Lord's Supper. This year 5th
andv6th graders of the church
will be participating intheirfirst
8th ennual Kloodike Derby. The
troop truck headed quite a cara-
vas that included a Struebleig
Cnootonctinn Co. truck loaded
APRIL 19 - Maundy Thursday
S:SO p.m. Communion lervice
APRIL 19 - Holy Thursday
All night adoration of the Blessed Sacrament,
7:30 p.m. Umrgy-Mass and exposition of the Blessed Sacra-
Carmel. Aminlamre MeahShcar..
APRIL 20 - Good Friday Service meat until 3 p.m. Friday
is there. Another special Item in thIs
los (orthodox area) with appro- service will be a one of Ihn car-
po-late activities, un well as the rative of the Sedeo-, the Jewish
Old City of Jerusalem with the Pauuover meal, which draws
nith Christmas trees, The trees
arc used in an emergency shel-
ter problem. They hoped for snow
but it sas nothing bot mud su far
8:00 p.m. (MultIMedla)
APRIL 22 - Easter
4:30 a,m, Sunrise Service in Forest Preserve "Meet at Church"
No confessions Thursday
April 20 - Good Friday - 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Arab murket will also be ro- parallels between the ancIent
Created. A Tel (arcbaoolsgical Passover supper and the Sspwr
as tiro eye could see, The SPL's
cooked banana pancakes and little
8 s,m, Congregational breakfast
9 a,m. Easter Service
- AprIl 21 - Holy Saturday 10 a.m. ta 11:30 a.m, and
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
dig) will be designed for sr- of our Lord. omohies to rave notices, The 10 a,m, Congregational breakfast
chaology buffs to esploro. Is ad- Good Friday, AprIl 20, at 7:30 Wpbelos su-vivoS with their olods 11 a,rn. Easter Service GOOD FRIDAY
dittos, a giant floor map olIno-aol p.m. Is "The Service of Shédowo" end the Klon,pae wan under way "No Church Scheel os Easter" Day of Falot and Ahstlnooce
will bo the scone of a bus toar, consisting of anthems, hymns end With the fottnmlng events: .3 p.m. Utnrgy of Panolos and Death of Jesus
Music sed dancing will also be readings ofthesofforing auddeath 1, SInd inspection by the men
part of the celobratlos. of Christ and concludes with a leaders. 2, Cross country ob- HOLY SATURDAY
A special part of the prgram stripping of the nhancel of oli alacio race_set op by Joe HeI- St. Luke's - 2 p.m. Bl9sslng uf Easter Food
will be a long distance telephone items as a symbol of the death miad-ji. 3, Planter castIng of 7 p.m. Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mans
call to l(thbutz Mu'alo HoChs- animal tracks - ASM Don
mishob, near Jerusalem, whore
to this world in the croclfinins
of Jesus Christ. -- Schneider 4, Judglg height of Church of Christ EASTER S)NDAY
we will be speaking to a former Easter Sunday, April 22, sec- treo end width of river_Dong Regular Sunday scbddojle mannes at 6:45 a.m,, 8 a.m., 9:15
BJBE Religious School teacher, Olson. 5 Emergency nkelter-
9233 Shermer Rd., Morton Grove - 966-9233. a,m,
Vices with Holy Communion will John P. Jemeil Jr., Fautor 10:45 a.m, and 12 p.m. ' O
Nate Bao-non, and other members ho bola! at 8, 9:30, and li s.c. Enpiorer Jim Schneider, 6. Real-.
of the Kibbutz. Rev, Lovers C. Anderson of Ihn intic first aid-biploers Ken
The youngsters are to work Is EASTER SUNDAY
For help with all multi-age groups, and the too-
Division for Miosion in North ichneidem and Paul Pomazal. 7.
'Blind loading the bllod"Doug 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service
Americe of the LCA will brin 7:30 a.m, Breakf ant
your family insurance chers will hç assisted by parent
and high schOol olden. The celo-
greetings and co-celebrote Çom' Olson. 8, 2 man saw-Joe HoI-
mintok. 10:00 Celebration
muslos. A coffee boor In platinad "What As Unbelievable Far Gut Thing . ,. . Christ Livesi"
brollan will be held on Sunday, After al5cknn dinnorthe troop
needs, see: May 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
followitig thn Sservice to contInue
tbroufh the morning dnwnstairn. Participated 'i,, s Siherlan Man-
On Sunday, April 29, an Israel hoot. A blazing campfire fInished
Bond Dinner will be hold at Con- 5ff an Outstanding day, Especially . 10500 MIlwaukee Ave,, Don Plaines - 827-1830
ANTHONY J. De I grogatios B'NaI Jehoshuo Beth
Elobiot, 901 Milwauhee ovo.,
Kaplan- iCC happy
wan Wobei0 Don i
by Mr. Don Steiofoe, Hisheaded
Edison Park Lutheran Church Rev, Louis Maple, Pastor
Glesvlew ut 6 p.m. This dinner buys, SUNDAY MORNING April 22
David linlminlab, Carl Steinke, Sunday Schsol 9:45 a.m, - Bible study for-all ages.
AGENT Is belog hold In honor of Israel's RobIn KIeth and Richard Rinks Avondale and Oliphant, Chicago - 631-9131
Auto - Life - Fire Medi - Cash
- 25th bIrthday. For Information sr speak-out had the top point total,
Monolog Womnblp 11:00 a.m, - 'God's One Method of Blessing
reservations, please contact Mort Pinrern ni Post 45 and all ÇOOD FRIDAY
Car Finance Plan Sternberg, 675-6909. "The New Germany - Should the
leademn and fathers who attended ingo p.m. und 7ri5 p.m. - 1\vo comploto services with the
We Fsrglve and Forgr?" is the dId SUNDAY EVENING -
a fIsc job. Seven Last Words and Voilloog of the Cmos, Sermon title
9140 WAUKEGAN RD. Heike Rommelmann evocative sobject for "SpoOk "Saved By the Crono." Youtk - 6:50 p.m. for Jr. High and Sn. High Youth,
Out" at .8 p.en.. oo April 26 al M. Guy DeCarli Evening church -- "Helpful Life Principles from Gnd's
Navy pay Officer Second the Mayer Kaplan Jewish Cero- milk Iuraei" 7:50 p.m. DealIngs
OFF. PHONE 966-4333 Class Heiko Rommelmaim, son msnity Center, 5055 W. Church Coent Guard EASTER
tIne ii. Coy Seaman Appren.. Sono-inc service 5 a.rn, Trompetern and Unveiling of the
of Mr. and Mrs. Heinz Rommel- st,. Bookie. De Carli of 7550 MONDAY NIG)-IT, April 23
RES. PHONE 9614321 mann of 8839 Sayo-e ave., Mor.. Jonqilfi torx,, NiIeo,In Cross, Sermon title "Darkcosn and Dawning." DRUGS . . . ROCK
too Grove, Is In the Western o Crow- Easter Breakfast in served by lb9 Luther League at close . , and YOU, 7:05 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The public in Invited tu actend momer of ti Coaet Guard Cut- Don Nelson brings an action packed program dealing with
STATE FARM Pacific aboard the nuclear-pew.. and share their views, 00tisn°L loi Chano which kan arrived of service, Satanic 000ngy displays lo our generation, He deals
cred aircraft carrier USI En- as, well as intellocmal, rogordlO BOltlmsro for a n-n-month In craft, the occult, Gnngnes, flogs and rock, Through with vvltck
LIFE 1NSURAfCE COMPANY eves,..
Homo Off cn tOrprise. tl4s controversial subject. hpa Period after EASTER FESTIVAL S RVICE sound he brines his uodtcc.. e..,.. ,s- -.....- _, ,-__.. sight und
Bloomington, Illinois Recently, the BIg "E" made Admissins if free to Kuplin 'reeker trajojt1 undergoing re- 9:88 and 10:45a.m. co-mon "The FaIth That Goes Od." hell and lets ií,om seea?oh°s'°55 annilo-cg
operationaal Receyclon of new m mhers at 10:45 servIce,
erfstvIult In four yoa tn ¿CC members, 51 for 0oo_mee- readineno, engineering ae,J anti-
sObmwite insolare Don Neloon in the Service Oirector of the Piedmont
at Guau- Direct Broadeas; 9:50 o-10 ,
Swzday Dining., . , ' ----------------------------in n teld, ,c. . .l,içJ9 ppçqqfpgç-pa 8t99dJ4h chbfife,'
I u I Is I LI It III II ]iHLJÌ
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NSJC - Sisterhood
1:14 JttWo,ite,v.,. The Sisterhood of Northwest
Suburban Jewish Congregailes,
helps YQU wake uE2 happier!
7800 W. Lynnu, Murtos Grove,
will hold Its monthly mretlng 2hteth-itier
Woman's Club donates Thursday, April 19 ut 8:30 p.m.
The program for the evehing will
feature psychic Elaino Sonkin.
Mro. Snokin procilces ychn-
metry which is a form of PSP
im which the psychic holds so
item belonging to the subject
and is able to ttescrthe his we-
sonaitty, past and present oyeses,
and sneísetimes to yrsgnosticate.
Services fur the intermediate
Passover days are as follows:
Informai Friday evening ser-
vices Aprii 20 at 7:35 p.m. Sat-
orday, April 21 traditional Sat-
unlay morning services at 9:15
a.m. Monday and Thesday, April
23 and 24, traditional Passover
services at 9:15 a.m. Yishor will
be held Thesday, April 24 at
Distñct 70 bike safety
15:30 a.m. Olficer Geerge meleAse, of the The program stressed bicycle
MortnO Grove Psilce Department, care, safety, secority and most
helps to stnp bicycle accidento
before they nccor. Incledon n ap-
peoraste at the Borg school od
OffIcer Halos' at the Grove and
Important, the bicycle roles of
the road, . The smdentn were
reminded that all sereetvehlzles,
Including bicycles, must ubey all
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fetseh Mr, and'Mrs. Charleo L. Peiso Park Viele schools, man part nf a traffi9 regulattonu, Specific safe-
of Park Ridge announce the en- of 8321 New England ave., Nile, program developed bjthe Painel- ty roles mere reviewed, and
convention gagement of their daughter
Cheryians, to Paul Jay Slyer of
anioounfn the engagement of the
daughter Barbara Ans to Ways
palo of DIstriCt -50 'led by the
Grove School Principal, Andrew
pamphlets mere dlstrtnuted so
that each child might read them
Berger, sos of Dr. and Mrs. Al.
In conjunction with the celebration nf Library Week. the Wnmann The Shohie Valley BFW Club Morton Grove.
bliss Fetsch and her fiance are
will have twenty memhers lo gradaates fred Berger of Morton Grove.
Socha. with his or her parents; YoúrChoice Save $300...-
Club of Niles has made a cash donation towards the purchase of.
certain reference bonico which are Trequently used in the Niles
attendance at the Illinois Feder-
atiss nf Business h Prafession-
of Maine East High
school, und now attend Southern
. Miss Feios is a graduate d
Nues West High school. She at-
School dis,trict 63 new account or .......
Nues Pahiic Library Week Is being held April 23 te April 28, al Women's Club's 52 aooual Illinois onivernfty, at Carbon- tended Wisconsin State solver-
1973 at which time the Friends of the Nitos Pablic Library are
holding their Book Fair on April 23, Monday. There will be an
Convention to be held at the
Peoria Hilton, Peoria, on Ap-
nl 26-29. Guest speaher for the
Both are majoring in eier-
tranics, graduating in Jane. The
shy, Stevens Pnintwhere she ma.
jored in drama and music.
Wayne lu a graduate of Nile,
free lunch policy ('A 5NOOZ'ALARM
w CLOCK t' \ itwi DELUXE BATTERY
Open Hoane with the Sale of books which will interest the young banquet on Saturday evening will couple is planning an Aogustwed- North High school. He received East Maine Public Schools announced a free meal policy for all Repeat alarm Sakes 550, lets The trauelien 'racor for sana.
and young at heart. Refreshments will be served. All are invited ding. B,S.I.M. degree from Fordoeuci. school chlldreu whos come from fathilies svhonc Incume falls under Ana sleep, h enwakas you tissu ,, handy sound the
te dame. he CarlNighilngale of Radin fame. Seem- And tin handnnma, heme. tsn, tnt a quick shaoa,
. - , The highlight nf this year's versity. .Wayse is presently en- the standards listed below. tun , , Shits Atol t5wmed
Eesit solean ed. Wo labtinatien
Accepting donation from the Womans Club nf Niles Philanthropy convention fer Shehie Valley ployed as a programmer analyst Local school offIcials have adopted the following lamily size and ,t unid stiA blank, With cuate osded. slades nne suIt.
Department are (1. tor.) Men. Ruth Muchowiohi. Assistant Lthrarlan, blank nase. Wake tip a 11111e
Francis S. Mien. Library Administrator, ' Mrs. Jean Rune. ca- members will be ¡Cay Howell,
te see their MG Garden club for UnIted Airlines.
Barbara has recently cetacei
Income scale to assist them is determining eligibility. sas, cresa, y mords9, n,th'
th,s bedside nOttpafl,onl
shanpenlng. Cuepl,tn With na,-
,yIsu ease. RCA nantan ty. P55k
chairman and Doris Wilson, chairman. Own momher, kilos lt In yo Cr55115 ese ter you, Wut
indocted as President Elect of from California where she wo FamIly Size Annual Gross Income Monthly Gross income .
the lllinni Federation, which has receives award . studying drama. t $2,420.00 $201.00 LimIt, Sn, nil: per 55115, pIeuse. supplies st gilt ars limited, On ont pteselly.
a memberohipof over 7,500 wow- The Garden club nf Morton A fody wedding is plomoS. 2 3,100.08 265,05
en io the state, Since joining the S 3,9-48,fO 325,00
Grove was awarded a red rib- 4 4,650.05
Skohie Valley Club io 1962. Kay hon for its entry io the artistic 390.00
has had a brilliant career In 5 5,350.00 448,0f '
FLOWERS division at the World Flower -
.Jor.E,/eP Çsun EASTER si:sW. working her say to Preo- Show at McCormlch Place. The
and GIFTS ident of the club, up thrs various women 'meet 7 6,700.00 558.gO
clans was titled ' Prideful Pro- ,7,335,55
9109 MILWAUKEE DIstrict offices and then no to lects" and had to depict a pro-
State offices as committee chair- ject undertaken by the club. The May meeting of the Skohie 5 - 7,950.00 - 655.05
man in several capacities before - Mro. Arthur Schrader, assisted Valley Businèss & Professional
10 8,470.00 705.00
ith&tup hecoming a member of the Board by Mrs. Ray Trochim, cI:ose to Women's Club will hn held S .
9,040.fO - 753go
ßwe F.1.D. ng tb'b Illinois Federation. She use as her theme the triangle at Hoffman's Murtos House, blur-
12 9,610,00 850.00
has held ail offices os the Board Harlem and Shermer ave., Mor-. cnn Grove, on Monday event '- Pech additional
...NEW OPPORTUNITI S
and is 1974 will become Presi- tos Grove, which is maintained May 7 beginning with ,cochtth 47.80
PLANTS $12°a dent of the Illihoin FederatIon, by the Garden club. Putear st 6 p.m.
a weil deoerved posItion. A Sho- hranches,.cut from hushes on the Activities. miii begin with a Familles falling mIthin theuc scales or tl,ose suffering frdm os-
t CORSAGE SPECIAL
Corsages $3.50 & UP
hie resident for many years, Kay triangle, wergozuOd together wit!, Bake Sale, items donated by mew.
is an eoecotiveoecretary at Chry- carnations af4rhrynanthemoms. bers of the club, as a Fund Ralo-
muai circumstances, such as if the family is receiving public as-
siotacce, or if there are harduhipu, aresrgedts apply for free meals
for their children, They may do os byfilling Is tite application forms ,, INC IFICAT
$499 Orchid $4.00 &UP
oler Carp-ration, a board mcm-
her of the Methndlst Chorch In
Shohie and as outstanding. meen-
Mrs. E. Oelde was awarded a
blue ribbon for her entry in the
Ing project, followed by the club's
19th Birthday Party.
The club wan formed is 1954
nov, home In a letter to parents. Additional copies are available at
the princIpal's offIce in each school. ApplIcations may be submitted
-LJLIES *TULIPS Cynbidium
(2) corsages $5.00
ber nf the community. when 12 women from the SkohIe
area met in a home leccasse they
any tIme during the school year. the form itself is simple ta vom-
piste sod roquents Information seeded to determine economie need
k flA;ClE booed os the Income and number uf persons le the family and any
S, o BUNCH Children's were imerested In elevating
II IflhIJILJ ¿.07 0F25 Bunny Corsage $2.50
"Practical Gardening" women in business and proles- unusual cIrcumstances orhardships wIeld, affect thnfamily'o economic
Sinns. The mensherstdpnownoo"
? We accept Credit Cards WE DELIVER Ilie Garden club ng Illinois Mr. Klehm, head of the Klehm bern 05 and 'in additiso to av.' por year peryear
( iaooericat. Eupreus, Carte Blanche, '-l7brden Center - Riles - wIll Nursery, is a graduate in fieri-
cemplishlng their goal, the club
In 8 Out of Town
I - DIners, Torch Club
L CASH & CARRY I OPER
preoent " Practical Gardening"
by Carl Klehm nf dea Charles
cultore and ornamental horti-
culture, and the recipient of the
has contributed mach to the corn-
monity over the years Including
WE URGENTLY NEED CERTIFICATE 'CERTIFICATE
- Klehm and Son Nursery, Arling- award of merit from the thivar.. a $5,500 donation te the Shokit $5,000 minimum
ut the Golf Mill $2,500 minimum
u EASTER SUNDAY ton Heights,
Theatre, 9210 Muiwauhee ave.,
sity of IllInois Agricultural ValleyHospltal, serving on vil-
alumni anseciation. This amarAis lege committees, sponsoring a HOMES L INCOME PROPERTIES .2to5yearsterm 6 months term
Nibs, Friday, April 27, at IO a.m. given te U. nf i. graduates on Girl Scout Troop and giving sao.
NEW ALL-OCCASIOÑ GIFT IDEA!
the basis of their accomplish.. eral ocholarshipu to deserving
meets in their field, and their young girls los the area. Original'
coatrihution en citizenship sod 'y, alS nf the tuembers Wem
community nervice. Mr..Klehmis Skekie residents, but nncthepiw
very etvic-misded andveryacgive elude wometsfrsm Chicago. Nil
in the Nnrtlsvest Suburban area. Murtos Gruye and many otitE
FOR ACTION L RESULTS CALL
- NO OBLIGATION)
Ç% per yEar
There Io no admission charge communities, so those 12 wow.5 -,
for this program aod the public were very wise te choose 115
is velceme. name- -. Skehie Valley- becaSOc
it saw Anca apply.
Here's the perfect gift that everybody
likes. Any denomination of crisp,
new bills sealedin a bright,
The annual Spring rummage
SV'n officers ferl973-74 °
also be inducted during the eves-
leg. Fie Branagan. oulgoini
* i O 5 years term
coinpduidedbA1LY, and paid
frool day.ïñ to day-out
president ovili turn nver the gase1
colorful can before.your eyes. sale In here again. The place is to nur new pt'esident, lreneMn5l
Only 25 cents per can lets you
Nortinvest Suburban Jewish Con-
grcgatbn, 7505 Lyons st., Mor-
ovIlI 0f Niles, mho is a
vinor at Teletype Cerporotiot.
Look to the ll1 ff
give a truly unique gift for ton Grove. Other ufficers mill meioSe Jn- -
RESOURCES OVER $70 MILLION
The dates are Sunday, April Ice Karp (G.O. Beanie Co.) PtCs-
29, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monduy ident elect, Ann Marie ThOW
anniversaries, birthdays, most any April 35, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and sen (General Motors) vice p1'°
occnsion. Stop in at First, and Tuesday, May i 9 a.m. te 5 p.m. ident, Opris darin (robbetw
give someone a Happy Day.
Ta get to the oyoagague, tube
0055pster to Merrill (7800 west)
nnflh to Lyonsentrance from
Cerp.) recording secretory, cd
Esther Brewer (Northwcsl Fein
eral S in L) weanurer.
774-2500 SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS
Oempuler at Skokie Blvd., Skelett, Illinois 60076
7234 W. TOUHY
rear parking ist. Guests are welcome tO cq
Bring your friends for gond and meet une new offIcer' a" Phone OR 4.3600
FkctNationa/ BankofOes plaines values. join nur celebration. We 515X0 will
.,.. - -
also melcume nor new
contea Lcn AND PRareic . OES PLAINES. ILL 00010 . n27-441,
Memoc, Fede,a,Den,,n;, l,,e,,once Ces,e,.,,o President Elect, Kay IloweBe'° DAemljeru of Two MuItIpIe.&IaHng Services Toes.ThOr,.5.Opm
Fndny, O'np.n i('iÌ jl:j :,,
M.,,,a,, Fae,.I Rese,e System fer reoervatienn piedsecall3' with Offjçes d,v.i,I5OO,jnon satu,day, 0-t pm
Page 12 The Bugle, Thursday, Aj,ril 19. 1973
The Bugle, Thuruday5 April 19. 1973 Page 13
Summer hockey at Ballard
An osciting new typeofhoche Complex.
will he played this nommer at
. hegisoing June 11. Floor hockey
Floor Hockey ovili he played: has all the excitement of regs-
. , ,.
Two sessiOfl four weeks each;
Day,cam1e socotlon: Ioresf l-
dy camp registiation . .
the Nibs ParhDlstrlct's Sports Mooday. Taesday. and Thursdays lar ice Sockey with ono major
five per week. nerve (depending upon avail- Chiiden to the same stop finish- 7877 Milwaukee ave.
difference: 00 lcd Tisis. par- hig at 5 p.m.
Reg1SUtiQn fee:residents: $50 ahuit1. NUes5 Ill. oo6s .
ticipanto need only supply stichs, jr session, non-resident: $100 Times: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mon- Special day camp activities: .
KUUSPY 8OLL gloves. shin-guards, . tennis
shoes. \ando,rmal athletic aP.
RogisWadon: Register by im-
day through Friday.
Dates: Session I - June 25
biking. cook outs, movies, tripe,
and many more.
POLES PARK DISTRICT- 1973 REGISTRATIf FORM
SUMMER DAY (AkIP
Registration isg Ost the form below and Ie- through July 20; Session 1! - (fi1.out and return by mall or in person)
L3AKE SHOP suhl be keld at the Sports Cow-
plex June 8 and 9. The coot
isroing it with a cbeck ormoney. July 23
order to the "NUeS Feik Din- program July 4.
Ang. 17; no
Daily day camp activities: arts
and crafto, sports - fitoens, NAME .
'vili be osiy $4 per participant. irict. 7877 Milwaukee ave.. Cbildrèn must ripply gases, contents, story tollIng, ADDRESS .
Nibs, m. 6064$ In yersol or by lurch. The Nibs Parktheirown
7633 N. Milwaukee Ave. Call 297-8011 for further .iofsr- District
special . events, tournaments, CITY AGE___
meli. No OSgiStrOtiOn will be.ac will iupply milk or jnice. drama, and many more. SCHOOL
Çe_ by telephone. Park Dis-.
an5pOrtation: the Nile Park .PAREPDS SIGNATURE
!rlc! office hours: Monday-Fri.. District bus will he io ful oper-
Roller skating day 9-5 p.m...Saturday .9 to 12 orlon this summer picking chil.. Regintration Fee: Resident $50 per 0055mo
With the conclusion of the Nitos
Park Disthct's Sport Complex
Icc Skatfug season, May 6, 1 -
mediafe work begins to prepar -
Ages: ChIldren 6 years of age down up at the regular scheduled
before lc. 1, 1973 throogh chi!- hun ntope in the morning start-
dreslsyeatSofage. ing at 8 a.m. unyt returning the '.) --
Non-Resident $100 per session
Please Circle Senslon: I - Juno 25 - July20
u.- July 23 - dug. 17
\ V:I. CHOCOLATE
for an old favorite of y005g a d
old, roller skating. The season
of roller, skating is scheduled to
(Participants muy register for either or both seniions)
bath May il asdcootioue through
ASSORTED NOVELTY COOUES L CAKES Special Publio Skating hoors
Made Of Pcc,d Cake :vil be observed May U through
Jane 5. These are:
With LsQeo Crcait, LrcaDiiig Monday 3:30 to 6:30 usd 7:30 lt's only 4 weeks untlitheNiles Al! - the children thut -partiel-
to 9x30, Thesday 3:30 to 6:30 Park District's second annual lee pated In the Learn to Skate Pro..
and 7:30 to 9:30, Wednesday 3:30 Show scheduled for May 4, 5 and gram have worked very hard ail
STRAWBERRY WHIPPED CREAM to 6:30 and 7:30 to 9:35. Thurs- 6 to be held at the Nues Sparts season practicing ovà and over
day 3:30 so 6:30 and 7:30 to 9:30, Complex located at 8435 Ballard
PARTY CAKES Friday 3:30 to 6:30 and 7:30 to rd., yet the excitement is on in-
skating until they have mustered
lo, Satorday 1 to 4 and 7 to 10, tense lt seems au if the show the techniques they have heno
and Sunday I i 4 and 7 to 9. werè being ibid this weekend. taüght at their own level nf do..
GERMAN CHOCOLATE MOCHA Rates: Nues residents $.75, son- All of the stars, homegrown of veiopmont. Tise leo Show is Ihn
and RUM TORTES
residents 1.25, and skate rentai coorse, are hard at work prac- "grand finale" of- a nomon uf
.5 0. ticing the parts they will play. hard work whore -the kids tao
Season passes: Resident-Non- lt is very enjoyahin watching the show thnlr pfrents and nelghhnrs
BLESSING BREADS Resident: Individual $6-$9. Hou- youngsters so loll of enthusiasm how they have perfected their
hand and wife 12-18, Husband and
and high hopes entertaining the skating uhility. Won't ynu please I
OEGG BREADS wife and one child 13-19.50, i-lus- thought that perhaps they will he suppers the community's ice
band and wile and two children uelected for a certuingroupnum-
Show? Ticketn will be on sale
ag1 14-21, Husband and wife ondthree ber nr better yet have their own
children 10-22.50, and Husband Monday, April16 through May 6. -
and :vife and four children 16-24.
cHERRY PECAN Reg.
COFFEE CAKE $129
7! Lçsnons nino are scheduled beg-
inning May il.
Deglnnnr, Toes. 5-6 & Thors.
Tam golf course - opens April 21
Weather ieowlttIog, the 1411es rie or gas operated careo. are
5-6; Beginner ti, Saturday 3-4 P Park District, aine hole Tam permitted. The Tam Pen-Shop-
Son. 3-4, Intermediate, Tues. 7-8 golf course. will opeo for pePtic is - well equipped with ail golf-
Please Place Easter Orders Early P Thuru. 7-8,. Adult (Beg. & play at 6 a.m. Saturday, April Ing supplies and - refreshments
intermediate). Tono. 8-9 P Thsrs. 21. The conron will be open 6 including cold beer for those 21
ICLOSED EASTER SUNDAY 8-9. (All eyening honro.) a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesduy throagh years of uge and over. Resi-
Poblic Skate: Wednesday l-4 P Sunday and 12 noon to 6 p.m. on dent cards will be Issued or re-
7_lo; Friday l-4 & 7-l0,Saturday Mondays during fils 1973 Sum- stamped at the Course sturtlog
l-4 P 7-10. and Snoday 6-9. For mer Golf Season. -
April 21. - Proof of residency is
further Inforntatlan cati 297-8011, The Tam Golf Course roser- required. - -
vatlops and geonralrolen include: The NUes Park District will
24 Ann1vers Resident renervatlons one week
in advance (25$), non-resident
sponsor Youth handicapped Golf
Leagues on Thursday moreings
reservations twnoty-fonr hours for ages 13-15 and 16-18. Youth
is advance (25e), renervations - Leagues wilibegin June 28. Any
ret Savings Now On hhixe Drópery And are now heing accepted. call youth iñtereotnd in playing lo.
965-9697, ail golfeen must have the Golf League should call s-o.
a set of clubs to play, no elect- Park District office Immediately
Upholstery Fabrics at 967-6633. - -
A practIce striving, net is uy-
Ib,..oan,g en.. .v,y - ailuhle to ail golfers when-Iho
1 fl,erug,pIr5p,i,g. course Is open and lessons aso
da-O-5niI (n,.,. d.,,,,th, ,, not scheduled. A small huchnl
hs-..pi,IIy _4.. *.,,. ,,. 5,
bn...,f,, h. b,do,. n-W. duog,s. lluf hulls can he purchased at s-o
Se"-1 a.,,..,,,,, 5,1. .w course for twenty five cento Ç25)
5,nw,u. with o ten minute time-limit asd - -
IO! 1,5 1h, pd,. Of ow. Si,,p ,I lo, a largo hocket In ovalluhle for
_I wk000o. one dollar-($l)with a thirty min.
Ute time )Jmit. -
Individual golf lenoony hy ap.
Bris9 This polotment are available at Ihn
Adir, For Your couroe. Earl Huyen io the in-
structor. A seven- dollar fee is
charged for. a thirty - minute
private lesson which includes one
DECO RATO R large hochet nf hails,
CASTLE The Tam Golf Colicue ps-lic
golfing fees are: Reoldént As-sIt
SANCE - $2.50 weekdays and $3 weekends Golf MID State Bankloan officers dori'trea//y do the actual building.
Your home is your castle. It and hllLduys, Non-Renidnot Ad-
uhu -$3 weekdayn and $3.S0week-
But you'll find they do bend over backwards to help finance.your
probably reprOsents the ends -and hoildayn, Resident im- property improvements.
100% DAcRON biggest Investment you'll dents and SnoBer Citizens $12S
everjpake. And you'll be
smrt to protect that invest-
before 3 p.m. on weekdays, rogo- Whether t s for home Improvements apartment building restoration
ANugul SAnN I
INDIGO' ment with a State Farm
lac adult fees nfinr 3 p.m. and
all doy weehendn and hoiidsyn, orcommercial site remodeling . Golf Mill State Bank is anxious
5,..kbi. , 33 ..b.,.0 ""e d.ny. (,4,. k,,,,a nti. Homeowners Policy. This Nnn-Reuident Students ondSonior
,ZO', teg litAYd Sul,
b,ck IF it IO IIIBCULON low-cost package of protêc- Citizenu,$2hefnre3p,m,onweeh- to invest in thefuture of the arèa. .
1051151 bW!&I*CW5,dO,. tion provides broader-cover. days, regular adult fees after 3 -
iwaity . B y,i. i... *4th 0,g Io L-'. ho... R,q
teghi I.ogoI,n, O,. p.m. and all day weekends and If you're thinking aboutan improvement project, your first call should
12.40 Od $2.90 ed. age for your home and be.. holidays, The Hiles ParkDistrlct
Fossils 101001 $1599 Fanes $1199 longingsandforyou, incase Tam Golf Course lsjocated ut be to Don Wichlin at 824-2116. Let him show you how to finance
lEsliE, U Sd. of lawsuits . . . at
1500510 B Ya.
1511001V ii Sd.
less cost than 6700 Howard In NUns. --' your project at bank raids and get the best job done within your
10% OFF° Oil ALL MERCHANDISE IN TNE STORE -
many similar Sam E. Harrisoñ means and budget. . . ..
. Kiesob tnd. jnnnn Wludnw Shod,, n Trim, ft C. ¿ngos policies. Call me Airman David S. Harrison, 055
. Ood*p,end. Owp.p. SIlponont ft UphnIftuy Cb,io, for the details! of Sum E. Harrison of l°omorny,
(NO? *eeIoohtn Io M,,d.o,4,,, Afrendy Bo Sol.. O. Lobo,) . -
Wash., has graduated at Keesint -
FRANK - AFB,- Miss. frum sIso Air Trais
4911 DEMPSTER - PARKINSON - ing Command's basic course for
SKOKIE, ILL. 7745 MILWAUKEE electronic specialists.
Airman Slurrison is a 1972 grad
OR 5-0036 Fr'
. NILES. ILL. 6064B uate of Fhmeroy High school. ¡fIS
OTIlES LOCATIONS ArlisgxQojlulf) ja Ggáoge lllgbl$pfs *Stha.th
PHONE Y07-5545 mother, Mrs. Eileeñ Harrison,
resides at 8654 N. Golf rd.,
,; I I-
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Loyola Alumni Fund Drive
Eleves vice chalrmes have
bees earned fUr the 1973 College
during the campJgs.
Eucluded Is-lIST of vice chu1rmeo
is Mr. MIchael E. 'Dessim z,
uf Arts and Sciences of Loyola
Uuiversity of Chicago AIsmnU
Te1eoue Cumpuigo, accordiog
to Macflu O'Grady. 8441 N. Oc-
7636 W. Xedzie, Nilo-.
District 63 1973-74 MONACE? ás
ark, NUes. p1oo-c-thos chair-
The vice chairmen will work
Meotlon for the 41k markIng per-
1973-74 SCHOOL CALENDAR
The DlXeCtO of an adult vda-
sudor Ehe directios of Mr. O' (od 1972-1973 Is co follows: callas, F0550iU that has redaced
Grady, a 1964 graduate, h, co- Honor Roll: 6-231 - W. Air. Thesdoy Sept. 4. 1973 Teachers' lootitute - midollo by 25 percent while In-
ordthaflsg teams of alumni vol- dardos, K. Schmidt, L. Switch; Wednesday SeU. 5 Workthop for ail Staff Members creasIng ImVemies by more thais
o-tours who wilitelephose aluemi 6-141 - R. Dachler, M. Sobas-. -
Thursday ept. 6 -
First day of o-tendance fór studento- -
30 percent Will he gunst tpeaker
of the College 01 Arts & Sciences dono; 7-206 - J. Barton, D. Za- (Morning Seadlon - StUdeso-). Saturday. April 28, at the Edo-
bich; 7-207 - L. Bru-do. E. -
(Afternoon Seo-loe - Teachers) callos Advisory Committee
WcAer; 8-204 - P. Hesner f- Thursday, Sept. 27
Monday, Oct. t -
Rush Hashonob - No School
Columbus Day - No School
meeting sponsored by Slate Rep- Featuring Quality
202 - D. Cenci. seseo-olive EugenIa S. Chap-
H000rabhc Mcstioo: 6-107 - Friday, Nov. 9 Half-day ThacherWorkohop (lc-s0) man (0-Third District).
M. Burud, S. Cross, M. Damos, Monday, Nov. 12 Parent-Teacher CenSores ée Day (Institete) Alex Ifruzel of Glenvlew, who
Kaszniak, D. LsVerde. P. Ml- Tocs.-FrS., Shortened School Gayo -- - heads the MaIOadOOMeO-111IsS
chaIses, P. O'Ccilafbafl. K.
O'Heatb,, P. Panchfsin, L. lier-
zaga; f-231 - C. Debas. B. Ham- -
Nov. 13, 14, 15, 16
Thursday, Nov. 22
Priday. Nov. 23
(Parent-Teacher Coofereoce.5 hooa)
ThanksgIving Holiday - No School
ThanksgIving Holiday. - No School
Adult and Continuing Education
prOgram (MONACu3j), will de..
ocrihe for the committee the fi-. -t --
- imporfedirom around the world-
merberg, C. Korpioski, K. Mos- Friday Dec. 21 Last day of school before Chrisimo- vacoiluo sandal and organizatIonal hase-
sink, J. Partlogtoo. J. Reiter. M. Thursday Jan. 3. 1974 Glasses resume - fits of hIs program, which nerved f-n,y tibe Properly Assembled
Uncoln's Blnthday - No School
Snunzka; Thesday, Feb. 12
6-14h - J. Fouty. S. Grana- Fr1da, March 1 Tetchers' lestimEe - .
more than 21,010 peoplelastyear
with courses, lectures, semInars. Community ServicesFaì?i, - sod Pitted to You
telli, K. Hoethi, G. Jemen, R. Friday, March -22 Half day Thacher Won-sop (s-s.vce) and worttsholm. Approximately 150 parents and teachers attended the Nelson EXPERT SERVICE on oit moket
Nordskog, D. Tboma, D. TreSo Monday, March 25 Parent-Teacher Conféren doy (InsUlso-> , Maine Township High School school Cemmonity Services Fair held at Nelsen schnol in Nibs
colour, D. Wihfonf; 7-206 - L. Tnes.-Pri.. ShortenedScheolOcys -- - - District 207, Oaktan Community as March 13.
Apellmas, J. Brasch, D. Edio March 26, 27, 2f, 29 (Parent-Teacher ooferencr-5 komm) College District 535. and NUes Nineteen civic and community groups were repreoented at tableo
tus, M. Grelo. D. Jooepb, C. Thursday, April 11 Laut day before Sprint vadailôn TownshIp HtghScboolDlstrict2l9 sot up In the gym. Fire Departments, police departments, hoopltals.
Koenig; Monday, April 22 Classes resume - -
pool faculty and resources for librarIes, and other community graufis were represented. leveraI
7-206 - J. Schulz, T. Tancer, Monday, May 27 MemorIal Day - No School. - MONACEP adult and continuIng displays used.slides and other visual aldo te help tell their storlen.
Wardn; 7-.112 - K. Gaertoer, Tuesday, June 1f Last day nf school before-sumther vacation catlo5 courses. East Maine School District 63 Board of Edocatlos also parti-
Happ;Nest-a sunny array J. Heidrich, A, Kaposcioski, J. Both ICrilcel and State Rep. cipated. Board president Irene Luck and Board members Jerry
of spring flowers, bunnies and Leonard, C. Schwcnn. J. 51er- At theregolarlyschcdoledmcet- shIp In nearly every aspecl, The Chapman ore momhers of anew ¡ibero, Wffliam Allen, Jobo DiPrima, Arlene Nfdetz and Larry QUALITY IMPORTED BlCYCLES
toga, I. Totaro; 7-2Ø7 - G. Co- irg of the East MainelchòolDis- entire towsirhi with the eiccep illinois Muig Education Tank
Easter cg: s in their own trict 63 Board of Education, the tien of Park Ridge E1emeotaj Reiss were present- to answer questions asked by parents and
woven basket. hen, S, Hoefi, R. Karlovc, G. Parce, appaInth0ceceeflyby Ml- cammuolty members. -OPEN7DAY5
Karplw, J. Kure. K. O'Heatb, K. Board approved a resolutIon es.. School Dlsgrlct64,wlfl have sIms. chael Baltalio, Su)terintendent nf
tablishlng the official school lar Christmas and Spring veo. The CommunIty Services Fair offered residenli a chaste to
Sobczak; 7-233 - C. Blanchi, Public lesiswcglan.
Calbow, C. Hinveler, P. Kook, calendar for the 1973-74 school thins and a common institute day
become familiar wIth many services and erganizotions available
in their commuolty. lt also gave the chance to find out more ohaut
D. Lampkln, P. MecEs-co. R.
Mueller, M, Paocblsls, M. Stew-
year.- The school year will begin on March 1,
with tise orientation of new The calendar was established
NUes North OrganIzatiOns that they may hove heard abost hut wonted mare in- GLENVOW. ILL. - -
formatIon about. -
art, K. Wsrzbccher 8-234 - P.
Corrigas, LI. A'More, D. Gin-
teachers on Sept. 4, with Sept. after recommendations from the
6 being the first day of arten- Faculty Advisory Council, made
Miles North Highnchosi'n debate
occhio, D. Leach; f-234 - J. dance for pupils. Thn ochoolyear up of teachers from euch school, team coaslsthtg of senIor Andy
Msy, J. Patios, R, Stookowico, will end with the dismissal of were taken Into consideration Gomherg took third place in the
merino; classes on June it, 1974. Accor4ing to Illinois School illinois High -School AssocIation
f-203 - A. Fcffer, M. tUmmies, According to G. Allan Gogo. Code, the calendar- most show a (lIstA) state tournament held at
L. Leonard, G, Poohis, S. ley- Saperinteodeot of Schools, the minimum of itS days, foss of Bloomington fOgli school re-
mo-ski, M. To-ocr, R. Tarica, calendar has been coordinated
D, Werde, S. Y000g; f-204 - J. with other dIstricts lo the town-
which may be used for instinjro
davo. - -
cently. - - -
Andy, of Morton Grave, ranked
Fortuna. J. Lease, D. Lipscbultz, among the top 10 dehaters in the
L, Tfordskog. K. Paterson, K.
Spitaisy, M. Stcwart S, Wald.in; osp-t evaluates
nco of illinois, calluring the
seventh place speaker award at
f-212 .. M, Boehhke, L. Carl-
sos, S. Flock, T, Goodcaoe, B,
Leach, K. Majewokl, M. Moloch,
Maine special educaliòn -
the ocatetaurney. His high rankitig
qualifIes blm gar the Ali-State
Debate Team made upof thefineut
A team of 23 edutatoro visit.. -
terviewed, classroom lisstrnctios
w. Norbcrg, L Ps-entiso, P. Ter- ed the Maine Township Special was observed, and oil areas of - debaters Io 0115015. Andy may
ita, Education Program April 4, 5 almi qualify for the AU-Chicago
the progromchechedto mohecer-
New Brookwood and 6 to evaluAte all hspects of tal., lt còvered the gamlt of sPoc->g . Area Debate Team whose mm-
-fire system the program for the OffIce of ial education. ..-hers will
he announced nest
Blu.-Rihlo,n the Superintendent of Public In.. In the preilminaryreport, Rob- -
A oew $110,000 fire protection Strssctlos, A periodIc evaluation est D. - CarPenter, educational
lo tIm 1111A nectienal cumpa-
system s-Gibe lostolledat Brook- Is now reqnitvdofallspeclaieds-. titlon leading to the state tour-
NOSEGAY specialist from the Office of the
PLANTS wood Coovalescent Center, 2380 cation programo in illinois to Superiotendent of Public InsIstir- somete, Northi finished on tapin
Ro,wrPurode Gempster ol,, Des Plaloeo, with- make suce the programs arecom- tim, io Springfield, and chair- o 55-team field. Juntor Joel
Delivered io the sect week, according to Mrick and Andy compiled o 5-O Here's an oppertunity fer
1.k. Jaìhgs Bowden, administrator.
prehensfve enough to meet the man of the e5aluatltn commIt-
record, golningdeclsiensframoll your dallar to buy more!
fl,ue $il from $9.95 tWesco Pire Preveotion
cmdo of enceptlonalchlldren, and tee, stated that he was Ieosed
lo judgeS. Joel mid Andy's 9-3 Genuine Savins on floor
that the facilities and services with the detailed - and complete and warehous. stock!
Systeni'\vlll provide sprihkhers aro appropriate and adequate. information given to the team uSate qualIfied them for choquas-
for every room lo tht 27f-hcd While the written report of the members, aird with the cooper- terdflouls in which they faced Look for this tag on many
nursiog center. evaluation will eo he completed stive, helgdul attitude of E, Gay- Rich East High school. selected plecas and graupsi
o a. ii p
for a few weeks, a preliminary, don Brandt, dIrector of thnhiaine
verbal report gIven al the con- Township SpecIal Edacatloo Pro-
dosIno of the vluilatios Indicated gram. Mr. Brandt Is responsible
that, In general, the vIsitors were for the operation, nupervioioo
Although Rich East was 11w
- winner of the Illinois Speech and
Theatre Association debateteuc-
foment two weeks earlIer, Joel
g a well pleasedwlththeMaeToue_ and development nf the township and Andy heat them by o 2-1
ship lpec1a Education Program prOgram.
decision. tbwever. Northl lost io
and found lt suhstasttally In con- the semI-final round of campe-
Alother member of the avalo- litios to oheGtoo,bsaoksauthteam
formity wIth the School Code of sting team, Cedric Benson, dir-
11liois. which eventually west on to be-
ector of the WestSuhurbas As- come tim nIoto minees.
Team members saId they were SudatIon for Special Education,
SPRING TRAINING IS NOT Impressed with the fAcilities, the also praised Mr. Brandt, saying
materials and nupplien provided, he felt he wan giving escelleel
the well..traic-j instovciloostaif, leadership to the program. He Twenty-clght Maine Rost sto- Prices include
FOR BASEBALL ONLY and the high quality of geychoho.. 0150 Commended the administro- dents toured Ilse Wotervllet Pa- immediate delivery
glcal servlc available, They tOtO 15 511 nf the school districts par Company ir Wotervllet,Mivv- and set-up
Were also pleased with the par- Piclpotlng In the towimhippro- chigon, os Thursday, April 12.
ent-school isvnlvemnnt that wan gram for theIr posItive attitude Particllmting 10 tbe grajthkf -
evident. - Glasses for educable inward sal educatlosi. commUofrufle,O field trip were
mentally handicapped children The Executive Board of the Mos'lt Aschisrl, Monica GaUlois,
ENROLL and the learning dIsabilities pro- Maine Township Special EdO'. Robert H.a)eck, Jim Israel, Mike
gram were singlcdoucforspecl cation FiOgram Was compliment- Jarczak, chris - Koplob, Mike
praise. ed - for the comprehensivenesn - ICresmricb, MIke Markoonkl, Ken
NOW A major concern was the need - ° Its Program, and for coo-
Mlerzwa, Gory Mlrotha, KeIth
for more personnel in several efforts to imProve the Moody, Mike Senmserllog, Mike
areas of the Special Educatinn program. BesIdeS Director SmUl,, Kevin 'flicker, Frank
s Modern Jazz Progtam. The team emphasized Brandt, the ExecUtive Board Is Vecchio, and Scott Vicari,
o Tap Also tens'tegdtopapercampasY
Q Ballet thug Class size should he watched made up of thé superintendents ..
facilillas will be Gory 610M. Da-
a Toe o Character closely and al all tImen kept of the foür school districts par-
wIthin limits set by OSIq guide.. °S in the joint agreement vId Frank, SÇeven Jurcuok, Joe
s Hawaiian Baton lines. Expansion of iba special for operation of the- program.
- .Koroacker, SteYe Moday, Steve
education pro - vocational pro- The men are -DEflichard R, Micholec, Ed hdazklewlcz, Pal
o Acrobatic Meyer, Scott Ehata, Pful Varco,
gram wan among the recommen.. Short,- MaIne Towichhip High -
_.pw THE SUBURBAN HOUSE
For Information. Call dations for Improvemest school District 207; Dr. Ray- Steve Wynn, and 13aug Zink. OPEN5NITELMon.$hrul*t.9to9
Io making their evaluation mond Hendee, Elementary Gist- Sat. 9 to S, Sun. 12 toS
827-5283or96-4675 orn members Visited special 31cc 64 Park Ridge; Dr. G, Ai'
cc Dcc9s àicc Studio
GolfMill.jOrthMoJI (474MelodyLone Back of Wolgreens) r
co-SItios classes jo DIstricts lun Gogo, Elementary District
62, tS, 64 and 207,
the ocho I
Toivosbip Special Education Pro-
East MeIse; and Dr. -Eric
districts operating the Maine SabIIWOT, ElemeolaryDlotrictól,
.graoq,ufldar . a jOiat agreement administein
Dlntrict207 Is the
13 IndividuaI Showrooms Named After The 13. Origino! ColoniCs
5726 DEMPSTER STREET ¡n MOITON GROVE
; CHCAGO; Caii,26.l loo
(JUST WEST OF EDS EtPRESSWAY)
SUBUROSé Cell 966-4500
AWkPEfIENCED DORA1QR S!A TQ$RVE YOU
tilutn'Ict for the
cWe.aed sIsdnt& were In.. Maint Twtsh klle>Tial Edp
ca on -eguam, . . - )-
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Page 16 The Bugia, Thwnday, April 19, 1913
Members nf the commualtyare
invIted ta raise their Volees In
song every Thursday nIght at 8
presents piano recita! Hiles .
To h000r thou vllant, but
and NUes West prIncipal NIcho-
p.m. with the Center Chorus at The Fine Arts Beurdof Kendall everfathflg heroo offortstO get los Manees.
the Mayer Kaplan Jewish Cam-
munity Center, 3050 W. church
college will present a piano re-
cItaI by Douglas Montgomery,
8222 N. Ozark, Nlles, dt 4:!5
of Whe J his kite alOft, the-otff of the
Nues West PrOdUtUOU of YOIfre
The contest will b'eopeo to all
ages. There will be o registi..
st., teoRie. Rol., Sunday. May i. In the Ken- òt's t A Good Men, barlie Browe" Is lion fee of 35e. Registration time
Usder the dIrectIon of George dall college asditOrium, 24080e.. s1srnsorthg .a kite-flying contest will be 12 fleos at the Hiles West
Peyovich, MusIcal Director of
the Kaplan JCC. members of the riegton ave., Evaoston, Donation
will he $1, with Kendall stodents
and Whet's oo SoturtlaY OftCI000fl. April 28.
The prize Of 4 feue tickets to the
audilorium circle, Ooktoe at
Edens Expressway, SkokIe.
chorus jais le the singing of chow
tones, loradll-Jewish music, folk admitted free. happenhig-.. show will be awerded to the most
creotive kite and the highest fly-
"Yu're A Good Man, Charlie
Brewe' willbe ferformadThurs..
soegs and clasnical music. Fu-
tore plans for the Center Chorus
Include programo performed Is
the Zollie and Elaine Frank Thea-
As honor smdent at Kendall
college. Douglas Montgomery
showed unusual ,00sical ahifity
as a youngster at Northwestern
Easter I See comes on Suoday this year.
leg kit. lite judgIng committee
may include such notables os
Skokie Moyor Aobert Smith, col-
day. May 3 and Saturday, May 5
at 8:15 p.m. at the school audI-
torism Oaktas at Edens Ex-
usiversity'o Piano Preparatory A lot f people go to church ea Easter that don't go the rest umrdsts liï KUpCInet and Mort pressway, Shoblo. A special ma-
tre at the Center and perlar-
mancos as a touring group.
Anyone Interested Io joining
the chorus may came tu the
lCaplit iCC any Thursday sight
Department, wherehe studiedfor
a number o! years. Currently he
combines the stody ôf Itherul
arts at Kendall with Independent
nf the year.
Most peuple hate some sort of religion - they at least knaw
whIch church they're staying away from.
Know what an atheist is? He's a guy that goes to a Notre
Edelstein, actress Resa Rose,
rennst?' creator charles
Scholz, director Robert Johesoe,
lInee performance wIll he pro-
aented free of charge for Senior
cItizens an Saturdày. Muy 5 at
. For any queotloos about the
study In music under Gui Mom- Dame-5MO football game and doesn't cheer. music
or phone, 675-2200, ext. 215 for huons at Narthwestern. HEAVEI4: a place you'll reach if you turo to the right and then contest, or for tickets and Io-
further information. A 1972 gradaste at Maine East go straight forward. Çdixoo is a cinch) Hospital formatIon about 'Charlie Brown"
or any other FIne Arts FestIval
HIgh ochoal, Mantgamery re-
ccived the Music Department
Award for hIs costributions is the
When I was yausg my grandmother read the Ethic all the titee.
Maybe she was cramming for heo finals? .
Woman's Lth. wonders why people ¿on't pray to Ms. God.
party polka event, please call 966-3850. ext.
Resurrerdon fospttal em- Weekdayn 5:30 & 8:15 G
areas of theory, composition, and Heathens: folks who don't quarrel over religion.
5e,aaeaaaaaa,aeaaaaa,aaoeaaaaaaoaoeeaeo,ìaaat_ accampuoylsg. Failawiog hic
junior year at Maine East, Moot-
Bingo may mt save noulshutlt's soresaving a lot of cherches.
WRen i was a kid attendi, Sunday school (no kIdding) the
l,loyees ore zeroing in os seineD-
jog the anna of need that wilt Exchange dance Sat, & Sun 2:30-5:30-8:15
benefit from the gift proceeds
HAVE .gomery atleeded Northwestern question was, "Where Io hell?'
Up went my band. '.1 know,' b said to the Sunday school
The Exchange, a sIngles ebb
from their pOlka Party Benefit locatedlo the Golf-Mill area Is Starts Fri. Apr. 20
University's High School Itsstitule featoring Frank Yankovfc and bIs nponsoriog their third anniver-
and received the Phi Mu Alpha teacher orchestra, Sawrday, April 281t nary dance on May 5, for any- Rated PG
Simonia Award in the Music Di- "Where?" she asked.
vision. io 1971 and i972 he was
the recipient of a $105 music
"At my house in the bathcoam," I seid.
"Why da yao say thee," asked the teacher.
wIll be held at Resummcilon 111gb
school, 7500 W. Talcott ave., and
the doors will opes at 7 p.m
one over 21. The festivIties wifi
start at 9 p.m. and moule will Wofly PhUps roolin edicoted 8urt
'Recasse whenever i'm lo there ao' my old man wants ta
be provided by a live band. Thn WGN's radia personality Wafly Phillils. and members of the Lancaster
scholarship and the Arto and Lej/ Employee gills to the hospital
tors Award from the EvanSton shave he yells 'get the heil outof,there'." Buildiog Food total $59,336 to dance will be held at the North crew-Variety Club of im-als, visited La Rahida Children's Boo-
Chapter of that Society; Shore Recreation Hall located pltal, for the dedication of a $10,000 room in honor of Wally. Shown 'SCORPfl O'
date. floe Iblka Party erettI has at 8909 DavId pl., Des Plaines. admIring painting whIch will he approprIately dIsplayed within the
Among his other awards arc: EASTER ECGSTRAS . become moro popular each year First Chlcagoland Showing
firuc place in the Senior Division One: A delightful Easter special is being offered by the end now that the employees have
Tickets ano $4 In advance, $5 roam (L to r.) Phiuhin. Dr. ¡liberS Dorfmhn, acting director,
of the AllIed Arts Contest io papolar BEAM'N BARREL, 7136 Milwaukee ave., Nitos. lt at the door and thee will be an Chief Barker Benn Stein, Gea, Mgr. Golf Mili Theatres, 9200 Weekdays: 5:50, I, 10:10
topped their $50.000 Building apeo bar. Tickets may he ob- Mllwuskee, and 'Lucy Wiuiaffis, age 9. The money far the. room was Sar&Ben. li30,3:40,5:S0,i0:IO
Cldcago, 1971; the opportmslty consists of a DeLuxe Ham dloner. Imagine aavory corn fed Fond goal, the employee sm-ring tamed by contacting Poggy Waif- derived from the recent Waily Phillips ApprecIatiOn Lancheoi, in
to. perform with the Evanston . ham, choice of potatoes (all you can eat from theirsalad bar com,Olttee wlfl consider nome
Symphony Orchestra io the an- which features herring, cheeses and all sorts of goodies) plus lelo 673-3529. Dress will recognitIon of his outstanding fand-ralsing activities In behalf
specIal piece of equipment thoc he cm-al. of Variety Club chIldren's CharIties.
osai May Youth Concert, 1972; a warm loaf uf bread, huge gob of hotter, euffee.aad dessert can be 1utvhased with the Polka
a $100 scholarship from the Win- far only - only mInd you - $3.50.
TOMMY & GEORGE ARVEY nctka Music club; two Ccrtili- addition to the GeLoso Easter DInner special the BEAMN
Porty gift from employees.
Ticket chairman, Evelyn Sands,
cates of Acidevemeot fromSteis- BARREL offers their regular mena of steaks, tins. seafood reprove odvaitee dehnt sales as
WISH AWTHEIR FRIENDS a way & Sacs; and a $100 scholar- and sandwiches chick are always of prime quality. Another 'moving weil," and thatrequests
ship frote the Little Music club thing, there are no extras, en extra charges that is, for your fer tIckets at $2.50 por person
CUSTOMERS A VERY of Wilmettc. patata, beverage or dessert. Everything is locludediothe modest may beaddressedto: Polka Party,
During the past year, Mont- price they charge for the complete maul.
Resarrection HospItal, 7435 W.
gamery has performed for the A word about tho salati bar, at the BEAM'N BARREL is io TaIsaIt ave., chicago, Ill. f0621.
Woman's Auxiliary at Kendall order. This salad bar not only allers the tisent of salads and Checks nhould he made payable
and has been featured es ThIS dressings but also appetizers like imparted cheeses, sdiso to Employees of Resurrection
is Kendall,' the coliege's half- soaked herring, etc. Hospital Thist.
hour radis show far WEAW. For Easter, Or anytime, for the ultimate In dining pleasore ThIs is the fourth straightynar
amid an atmosphere both the young and old will enjoy, it's tho the employees have InvIted Am-
erlta's Polka King, Frank You-
:: kovlc and his orchestra, ta ap-
L JaRo st JAI(E'S RESTAURANT, 7740 MIlwaukee ave., Hiles, pear.
tells me his Easter preview on Palm Sunday cao ase of the A color television set, matched
7041 W OAKTON SL beSt days he's eojoyed. And Jake looks forward to more record
breaking crowds having Easter dinner with him this coming
bIcycles, evening for two at At-
Begton Park Towers, lIquor bas..
NILES, ILLINOIS Susday. There'll he free chocolate bunnies or free hunsy dolls bets, clock rodIo, electrIc bino-
for the kids and fus and surprises for the adults too. A large Ret are a few of the many prizeu
a qj a u a a aa a qp a a i&a.a.pqjp a q.a.g.p a tA.8.aJl.L, a o a_p a selection of Easter specials will, ofcaurse,hefeatured on Eas-. to be gIven away at the Polka
ter Sunday as was the case on Palm Sunday. In this arca JAICE'S
RESTAURANT has become a habit with thousands of brai or
rcsideots and Jahe has asked me to wish everyone a "Happy
9NFLATABLE EASTER BUNNY
Mother lemons piace that plans to 'cook up' many delicious . FOR THE KIDDIES
Easter dishes Is ARVEY'S RESTAURANT, 7041 W. Oakton st.,
Nues, You'll have many wondarfal dinner selections te choose
from this Easter at ARVEF'S. Arvey's business has been 'os-
the-grow' ever since they've started, it proveo what excellent
food and snrvice at the rtght price can do to win new customers
while retaining old ases. Tommy and George Arvey, caSsis-
I tent asd exclusive BUCLE newspaper advertisers, Want ta wish
DeLuxe I_lam al) their friends and eusenmars a "Very Happy Easter."
ES, FED I-SAM
Dropped into the UPPER CRUST RESTAURANT Al$D PIE
I-bOUSE os Dempster near Greenwood, late or shoold I soy
early Suoday moaning. The place was jam-packed with people
of all ages, Dick Reed, one of the owiters teils me they were w ÄSTER
EASTER EGG GRAB BAG
(ALL YO ErH0I OF practically sold out of everything and that bis business Is boom-
log. They'll soon feature a new menu and an soon an we get all EVERY9NE WINS A PRIZE -
WARM L OAC:EERRING, SAR the fatto we'll pass it along to you. STARTING FRIDAY
CH EACH EGG HAS A WINNING PRIZE
) COFFEE AN'
. Saw the "Vabochi Papers" at the Des Plaines theatre this
week, Good show. PaId only tOt' - just a short time ago ioop
were charging 4 bucks for tItis ono - no I saved VA'T THAT WILL DELIGHT THEM -
. AGE 1T012
Happy Easter . . . see you next week. Weokdays: .0O0, 9:50
QÑiy Sat. & Son: 2:00, 5:50, 9:50
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
Prfofl!s fr St. Zacry's
The Jefferson Theatrical Soc-
lety han jost t'ompleted It's new-
Miller George Becker. The
show features acts fromthe times
est cast listing far the original of g. Romans through radio,
musical comedy prodection of burlesque, riverboat gamblers,
"That's Entortaisment?" The Cirrus performers, T,V, rom-
BAP1AIAS 9ahe' 0)L iG'
show will he presented an St. merdais and much more, . ìo'l P sh°15'
: , pottiOn
Zachery's "Pitre of Call' is Des The Jefferson Theatrical Sec- SPatCIC
Plaines on April 27 & 28 and lety han members in Chicago and f0eI' .
May 4 k 5, St. Zachery's Is the Northwest Suburbs, lt Is a '
.%ò'S ' -
7136 MILWAUKEE AVE. NILES, I'LL. located at 567 W, Algonquin rd. non-profit group that consists
'fl,is origInal script han hoes of housewives, busInessmen and
7740 MILWAUKEE AVE.
. 647-0406 PLENTY OF CARKINO compiled by a competent writing varied other uccupatbom. The NILES, ILLINOIS
staff of the J,T,S, They are: J.T,S, wan formed eleves years
Angie Sclaooa, Marilyn Ander'. ago hythejeffersonsehool P.T.0. nest. Show iuy
.5ojVeÇi9(a5ffmen.gl13 Bayed n Nfles5.av 1b oy4s' asd meanS
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The Bugle, Thuraduy. Aprii 19, 1973
z--- Gre" ios- ( District 207
First Naoi&al/f- S ko kie G 01f Mill's F1..Opsw
Jimmie D. Van Meter
u.s. ir Force Sergeant
( ' Once again it is time to regil- age osSept. 1, 1973, and must be -
extends hou-r Ji.ufnio D. Van Mater, eau ef
Mr. and Men. James M. Van
ter small cJI11ren living 1,, this
urea who wflb be attending the
u resident-qf District 207.
A majoffùocdon of the classes pste-------- C
Meter, 9612 GreenwoOd ave.,l3cs
Plalneu, has arrived far duty
pow-school classes ut the 4Muhte Is iu'traiu Mh school studentto I -- -
an Hours Seyai Thai B, That-
high schoslscext Fall, Applica- -rogslze te basic ceeds ucd land,
tion forino are sow available at characteristics of ysusg chlJdrca - Sergeant Van Meier, an acre-
each of the schools ucd must he mid to become aware of the fac- space equipment systems repali'-
filled out u'cd remrced to the tocs that ft,fluecce the grothuctf man, Is assigned te a unii uf the
school hy May 15. Parests may development of chlldres. The Pacific Air Forces (FAC
plch up the forms at the mais cf- classes svere originally developed
fice of MaIne East. Maine West in resposse to strosg suidest is-
and Maine North, and In the home terst is exploring careers is the Legal Notice
economics department at Mafse care ucd teachlsg of small cisl- -
South High school. dren ucd to a growing need for The Esami of Park Commis-
The classes, cosdtçted by jan- preschool child care asdfsr rea- sinners of the Nues Park Dis-
Greg Muchintush is shown at 1er and senior stsdests under the citer aides. trict will upen sealed bide for the
the Hammnsd Organ at the annual dlrectlos of a certified child de- The programs at all 4 high operation of tite toncesniun stand
IABA Olympic Music Contest at veispmect teacher, are partafthe schsols are similar, but thoyvary located in the pagoda ut Jozwiuk
the Arlington Towers Hotel. A "oc the job" traislsg programfor regarding the time aud days on Park, 6051 W. Touhy Avn.,Niles,
student uf Adele Scott, eleven year the schools' Child Cure Occúpa- vh1ch they meet. A letter accost- Illinois. Bide will he accepted ut
nid Greg wun 2 first place trw. ions course. - - pasylsg the applicailnc form will the Nues Park District Adiado-
plises one far bis organ solo About 10 to 12 yesngsters of explain - the specific program at Bobbie Glenn, as empluyee of the 8lrut National Bank of Skokie, lsirative Office 7577 N, Mii'
and the uther far as organ-plans pre-school age will be enrolled the Individuai school. Is the first to try out one of the Bank's new walk-up TV teller masken Ave., Ni'len, Illinois su-
A registration fee of $20 will stations, With the epeuisg of the sew stations, PIrat Natlunal bao
duet. Greg Is a sixth grade ont- lu each class. To he eiigthle for
dent at Golf Jr. HIgh lo Morton acceptance, children most be he- be charged.
Grove. twens 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 years of
lecreaagd Its customer service hours by 10 1/2 boors per week. Ye VUge Beth Hoisé döspky ti 5:00 P.M.. May 1, 1973. The
kids will be opened ut StOl P.M.,
- WIth the-opening cf the Bank's Ye Village Bath House, Ltd., 5620 West Deinpoter ut., Morion Muy 1, 1973, In the Village 0f
walk-up TV teller stations, lo- Grove Is very proud of their beautiful window display of custom-
cated on che ground fidur ist its lend flowers. The very colorful and urique arrangements are Flopsie and Mopsie npreud joy tkreogkost Golf Mill Shopping Hiles Council Chambers, 7250 N.
new $4 mifflou building, First certain to fit in with any color scheme you may have in your bath- &nter 00 Saturday and Sunday, April 14 und 15. Shownabuve is Waukegan Rd., Niles Illinois.
National Bank of Skukie, 8001 N. rouets. Michelle Alesia, 8827D Washington, Hiles geeniving candy filled
Lincoln, - Skokie, will extend its For prompt and cnurteoos service, stop is and see the most eggs, cosniesy of tite Golf Mill Merchants Asoociatiop as well au \______Ended of Park Comminsinners
complete bath buutique in chis area, You're certain to find just ihsusande of other happy children. Hiles Park District
hours significantly, according to Helmut K. Dressier,
Erman G. Kramer, President. what you've been leukiug for together wIth sew ideas on how to Fiopsie und biopsie were there to meet and greet all tute children
glamorize your bathrooms, and take puri in the fun of Spring and Easter shupping Secretary
"The walk-up wisdow tellers
, will bundle chocking, depusits,
check cashing, pins loan and vili-
i' bill payments," The windows Benefit dance -
will be is operation from 3 p.m. On Saturday, April 21st, the
Osti 5:30 p.m., Mondays, Toes- Illinois Retail Liquor Association
days, and Thursdays, and Friday is npensoring its necond annual
3 p.m. unii 6p.m." iframer corn-
"This extendo the time when
people can conduct their banking
dinner dance fur Sky Ranch for
Buys, Inc., it wan announced by
George M, Ecosomus. Fund Rais-
o:------- t..'t-ti - tII,,
business with Flrut National by ThIs year the dinner dancewill --[ --,- tI-_ - ------.j y
10 1/2 hours o week," Kramer I!- ..- ,-Ift_ -
observed, "Another first for ihn he deld at te White Eagle Res- _
First, the longer hours urn only imrani in Nues and u Polish
part of cur Bank's osgoing pro- sildown dinner will be served
gram to provide sur customers by their professional staff.
with tke most convesient, mod- The White Eagle lu -located
en, banking services possible. at 6039 Milwaukee ave.. Niles.
As oi new building prsgrnoses
Fur further information aod
toward completIon iaterthio pear, tickets, call Mr. Ecunomus at
we anticipate expanding our ser-
vices eves more, dning every-
thing in sur power to ment the Library book
* EAST MLS needs of inn market we nerve,"
" ffi -
The Friends of theNilen Public
Library, is conjunction with thg
dórn fr Nibs Public Library District,
will present Mrs. Leila Wein-
Os Thursday, April 19 at 0
kerg i5t9 book review "Os Re-
fictions, ' Friday, April 27, at i
p.m., the Nibs Youth Congress 'Titis husk is au astobiegraphy
Singers will perform for Ike of the famous actress, Fielen
CALLA LILIES senior ciizenn at the Hostinglen Hayes. It in a )varm and amusing
* CENTERPIECES House, 9201 Maryland is Nues. story ofher career, herhuuband, 4?.d' -
The prugrmO is being open- und children, In it you getto knuw
sored byibe Nues Youth Costado- Miso Hupen Intimately as a per- e
5105, the Hiles Senior Citizess sos and actress. Tickets arefree -
GARDENIAS BOUQUETS Commission and the Nues Youth and are available agthe Ubrary.
Congross, und will consist of
singing, dancing and piayisjg nf
instesucento. At the cool-4f the 10th Ditrict
GLADS MUMS planned program, tispre will he s
ulng-a-iong. I.F.WC. meeting L%3R Víbme$p teed and
Single Kulis -wablnòk tnnpiaoIIy hu,d, ideal
Them will he no adminsios fa, upnn9 and aunare,.,.
charge for this program and re- The Spring meshIng of the 10th Jerseys - Acrylics - pnlaed is, ideal saniog,I
ROSES freolcoests will be served dus'lng District l,F,W.C. will meet for
Sleepwear fleete -
the istermisoinu. the last time 6f this nounou ou flannels and other au-
Most of the arrangements have Thesduy, April 24, at SOlS0 a.m. sorted fabrics, Solids,
stripen, prints, flat
* GIFT CERTIFICATES been made by Todd Bavaro of ihn
r S0510g Citizens Conpesigligon and
at the Rugérs ParkWoman'a club,
lscated- at 7077 N. Ashland ave.,
folds, Sl,OlG,iO9$loct Iteimlign Salo
it in hoped tkat many senior ciii-
zeus will come andeujsyihe show.
Chicugu, The husteos clubs for
'the day will b North SmI We-
man's tlub,NnnthShure Woman's
- -p- - - -
Leghll AxOary club, North Town Wuman's club, d,
e4 e4a9e4 a-e Ravenuwood Civic League, and
Rogers PorkWomun's club,
car party & yando st suit kein,
tDRESS SinO SPORT FABRICS
'ea4ow,atee HYDRANGEA PLANT This
Is the annual meeting und
The Murtos Grove American all chairman are asked- to give Selsu from lu,ge t -
Legion A uxiliary Unit #134 wIll reports en her Individual de- usS,,tm mt uf mop
present their onnuai Spring Card - f..- tosinO, nomi vicio, oylso knits, pip knit,, stia
Party Tuesday, May 1 at O p.m. Facturent which Is a way nf re- smette rust. gesegettun,
Viewing all the great work that "55,5 ml,1005, OsosO dosOns. tusks, j,,ey p,ints 8. -
in the Legion Memorial Home. guns un between all the mom- siggee 51140, ita, fabrics. lu,tthskio mii,. They,,
Tickets will be available at her clubs withIn ihn district.
zeven chtmbreys,nobweavns, - - o ,syc,,e 111% setate
the door, They may be obiaincd YARD u, lOIS tti,netat,, od
all us hill b,io.. 40"
in kdvancn by phoning chairman
Mrs. Ed Martin. 965-3470.
Homemade cakes and oiker
The Mock Convention-meeting
whicltusk place on March 29 L'A . -
fmi alnarnson. Os Ocre early
tot bes' tolmo-O. .e.
brought ehout the election of 3
S HOF NORTH OF -
ORAL -> DEVON
desserts madeky Auxiliary mcm-
bers will be served with coffee
derlug ihn evening. Cocktails will
new officers which are Mrs.
Charles Mlddelion, 1104 Kentns
rd., Deerfield, so 2nd Vice Pros-
312 LAWRENCEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
alfo be available, OAKTOÑ & WAUKEGAN IN NILES
6500 ra MftWAUKEE AVE. -
Is addition to table prizes,
door prizes and a top award of
Idest, Mro, August V. Meier, 2210
W, Wiunemuc, Chicago, as Re-
_ '_,' - Mon, theo murai io a,m. to 5:30 p.m.
$50 in cash, stkns prizes include
cording Secretary, while loirs. .___, n Striday: 10 a.m, to 9, pm
.NE 1-.0fli7- -9 $25 cash award and a hieb in-
. thddltftu'thp, e.'-' oÇ
ave., Niles, was fRÇPi1
rtpcpnço -, FAßRIC CENTERS
>CLOSEDSUNDATh Saputlay:jO a.m.
fvf i -Oi soaoi
o,if ei reupueding $ecrdtry-fsr2 yopru.
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Bode. . BI ase. . .
Coot'd from Niles-E,Malne 5.1
Open statement frOm East Maine ' Education Association tYou and
Csntinoed from MG P.S loses: JaekLeulte, 2,232: Millie pisoppolnted Selmas said. He ad-
From the LEFTHAND victory by the Citizeos Party io
a trikote to bis group gives them
Joees, 1,979: Steve Chamerobi, ided tte people of Nues have yot
1,715: Abe Selmas, 1,464 and to relize the growing import..
Ibaddess Tyse, 1,169. The top ante urthe parb district's bud..
To Scheul Buaed of Distrbdt //63
As prsfe55in educatois we
have keen 1g-
nured and sut heard, At nu point
were teachers lalormed sr con-
teachers proposed to the Beard,
that since eu agreement esimi be
stuntive educational Issueu. We Your Lungs'
conth,ueg from Puge i by the people .of Mortss Greve.
two vote-getters arc the ungo gg and uponding. are very csisce5d abuut Ilse reached on the scope clauo that want tu werk sut with he.BOaId
Bode noted Ike people "found quality uf the edoicutIssal pro.. saitod prIer tu these decisions scupo be tabled and tiucuAiun of Educatiuu mutually agreeable A free commusity-wlde IIeaItIs
perfdrmaecen more profitahle elected. . "Abo svautie most qualIfIed gram Is D15tt 63, As pongan- being made. muye on tu each specffie Item Is policies mt these issues, But tim educailun prugram at Resurrec-
Tuesday was a beautiful sssny 65 degree dy but Is
than promIses and they cao now The Cha enge Party - adqour- . mas and lt's a shame he lost," slonals, we have acceiltèd the It Is because al this kind of the proposals uulqnhíted hy the Board enfouIs to negotiate, tian Hsupltal su Monday evening,
Niles the ose party viUage electios leftacus&of the dulls tees in t e Lawreece'voodSuP- Blase. told the Bugle. "But Mo, rospon5iblY W dO whatn'ter we Beard action that, the teachers teachers. But, the Board's Ne- Our parpase tonIght is tu debt- April 30, wIll explure the sympa
over most of the community. Driving aroundtrom precinct be assured theaffalrs nf Morton
to precinct the one-party Era of Challenge signo wore Grove ore in capable hands and lsg Cester hod ao air of S sg- Jones is great parson and will can to Imp1'OV 5kO quality of our sow more . tites ever are corn- gotIa65..g Team refuseo to tain asstrate ta the Buard at Educan tamo and treututest possibIlities
good goveromeot will Cootlooc." ness as about 100 soppofters represent the village's upinioo school system. minted tu negotiating en educe- ahout asything until the teachers lIon sus gIese disappointment at fur sufferers of chronic bras-
stock Is tite gromtd at all the polls. Parh casdldote
Bode. went un to tell The Bugle gathered to watch the results well," The teachers eter6d luto lIre- tissai issues, Yet, the Board agree to the Buard's ocupo which their refusal tosegaliate. We want chltio, asthma, emphysema,
Steve Chamerskl had his sIguo os, telephose polls aod thrs- posted Thesday right. Cuotmeotisg un hin own alec.. s'efiisee te Iscludeunderthe scopo to indicate to the Buard that shurtiteus uf breath and these
not the vrnage. WhIle those stgnn ovcre printed protes- thIs victory effort is also a great fesolonal segutlations with. omits "conditions of employ-
tribute to lbs many workers who With the vIlla3e election une- tioo, Blase 5ald, "It vau a great Board at Edttt5tl05th10F with 5f negotiations "conditIons efem- meut" from negotIations. The the vast majarity of the tea- wIth a chronic ceugh.
slosafly a crayon scribbled sign at Cresson Heights er io doubt, atteutios revolved mioot fur au os000tested cinc- In mind - to pleytsent." me term, "con- Board refuses to talk or nega- chers in this district support aur The program begins at 8 p.m.,
told voters to "feel good" and vote for write-in candidate aided in the victory. While tho jouI tilts pse-pune
re-elected Mayor did not want around the efforts of the dysa- Bou. we Wasted 3,000 voten and Improve. the educatiau In this tissu nf essplsymént, applies tu tIste until the teachers agree to Nagatiathtg Team, we otraugly und theducterandemployee park-
Gerald J, Stdlivas for mayor mie duo" of Jones - .Selmae eve got 4,1100." district, The teachOed were and matters uf a substantive suture their pouilles, un'se the Board to reconsider
to go over ton muck campaign Ing lote at Ike eeoc uf the kan-
rhetoric be did nay his group did backed hy the Party, to win the At 8:30 p.m., the traditional aro mecerned abaut such Issues like clans size and the others The teachers cannot agree to their refusal to negotIate, 'lite pltal wIU be oponed tu accommu-
St. Joke Brebeaf a funeral cortege was parhed.
At. Issu Fach Board seats, vidtury sfeeehes bogas with andicate sor reuponsihility as
ostoide the church, while children were runolng back nut see fit to tobe Ike foIl credit as doso size and staffing itas- mentioned above. teachers are standing aututole and date those wishing to attend the
As the totals mounted, Joues' Blase, Skaja, Pech aud l'esule The Negutiatlsg Teten for the
yor the paramedic program. the coros. maIsteshnce ateducatlousi profeosiusals, Au professionals, await the Bourd's response. program,
aod forth Is the ares bchisd the building, mad as occasiooai
voter ovas otrayIsg in asd ost of Ehe voting poli io the
Ñ blood bask e1ìt hod the Dobbs victory was hecumlogevident, hut
groans from the crowd indica-
thanking the svurkers. A shoot of
"foor mure years" broke the
College opposition, which Sode
school go the south of the church building. W
said wan a Board acelon, rather ted Abe Selman's chancos euere place up, eva,s stIa, souno.,m,., 0
a"oo, :=-:' -- '9i
growing slimmer sud slImmer. 'lt's a tremendous vote. uf etc, oneon aS'
than a Party adios. t %,
On Oabton st. a black dog was lying dead alongside Blase, Pesole and Skaja each Ia .jw1 -t I. "Pt.
the road, by Niles Community Church. Md whIle the lo a review of the totals Sude cuofidesce," Blase said. "You' - te'
lauded Selmau au tite most qual-
inactive precinct workers were biding their time, they
stoned aimlesoly at tke aslíeOl specolath,g when the
piblic works truck would labe it away. The entire at-
led bis oppuncot at 22 of the
26 precinicts. Is Niles Tows-
ship Hohn woo only at the Hynes
School poll. l Maine Township
ilied caodldate. Bot by 8 .p.ot.,
evas apparent Selmao e000ld
tremoodoos and 1ko resalta
you tanned out were great,'
Skaja, the top vote-getter os
the ticket, humbly euplaised this
The teachers want to dehelup
- - --
us- i--' ' - -
mosphere on tins warm sooshiee-drenched day was :>. Many observers believed Ike was achieved only because his
almost funereal as the loch lustre election day seemed Hobo led Bode at Melzer School wIth the Board mutually agree-
and Oriole Park polls. asit-Semitic vote defeated Sol- sajee evas associated with a bUs- able polideu on these Issues.
to hang limp in mid-day.
Unofficial totals as of Toesday man. boue prociect, Joncs re- loess. bVken asked by the Bugle Bot the Board- refuSes 115 neSs- 4í
night showed the following totals: copied 146 votes while Selmas, when he ovas goIng to roo for _Sh%
CITIZENS PARTY - Ihn other half uf the entry got Mayor, Shaja replied, "I still dersonlybbSsn
bake sale Saturday
Mayor: Dudo 4,219
Clerk: McClury 4,107
Ms. Jouns, becoming the first
female Niles Park corOmiusloo-
have a lut to learn."
lo the Americas political tra-
ditlun, liquor and food oyere dis-
. otiele and procedural matters as \
negotiable. They refuse to se-
gotiate matters of substantive
eta - I\ .a.
at Mill Run rrs. ,'r&.rrra
Satordoy, April 21 from 9 a.tp.
to i2 osso is tite time for the
The spirited Broadway mosicai, Women's. Aodlllary of tito Nibs
er, thought many propio looked
at Schwan's religIon sud over-
looked his eueclleot qualifica-
passed freely at the headquarters,
remlodlsg the participants Ike
electoral process had, Indeed, ta-
about eOIUCallaual 1500es, 501
. . rrui
"OlIver!", lo comlog to the Mill lions. -.
police iepartmeot's annual Eao- ben place. economie sotes. The teachersund . , .
Ron Childreo'n Theatre ottSator-
day, April 25, Based ottCi,aries
Bake Sain to he held at the ACTION PARTY -
ist National Bash of Nibs, 7105 Mayor: flohs 2,748
"lt's got to he a factor." the
----- for.nost near. lids aeree-
: - _.__-s, ei' - --. 't,'
Dickens' classic, Oliver Otoo, NllcS. Clerk: Zimmer 2,723 Proesel . ment was reathedlant ÑU. 3°s'P: ' _t
Twist," ahoot a young boy's ad- There will be homemade and Trootees: Chi Idrens ,
The teachers are especIally ..---
a -. .f SAY
ventores in Loodoo around 1550, decorated cohen, bceado, pies, Adlt 2,758 Coot'd from Liscolowoudian .p __..., ..n_..,- to...
the productlou will he dramatized
by a completely professional casI
cookies, sod pastries. F0010 2,761 Easter party there 500cc many sjsoiled halbIs. 00es In the light of the unilateral
Board deciqian to cut 32 tes..
no Satordays at 1 p.m. tlirouglt
The iVomco's Aooiithry ladies
are well-knows in lids arca for
The Easter bauoy will moho
his official vieil at the Nibs
Ho outed the large dUmber of
iodepoudoot candidates may have chers from astIr yeas's facu1t', Classic And AHtiquc ¡
Salorday, June 2. itieio colisory arts and as Item Music Man. . Park District Easter Parfy cootrikuted to thy errors fu many The teachers feel thIs seUl hsve
'Olived" itas beco praioed by
;he critics and public alOte au a
porchased from the Bake Sole is
Cootinoed fr001 Page 1 scheduled for Satorday, Aprii 21 of the ballots. lie said several tar-reaching effects ou the edo-
catinnal proiram of tise District, Auto Show
work of art is Ike musical dica-
Jr., New York l-but. " Oiiverl'
sure to please hic most discrim-
matin ' conooisseor, Slog lo aod
eiìoose oometiiiog soiIa,ic for
your Easter dinner tol,bo.
starling at 11 a.m. The party
join os at our maCsee on collI ho held 465e Greosan Heights
'Thursday, April 25 at 4 p.m. The Park and lo the Louis Schreiner
residents voted fun 4 or usone
troslees. . -
Among the 5,055 elIgIble volons
Oar District is. noted 1er l
unique efforts In team teaching
and specIal educatiun. Many par-
lo anexcltiogaedsmonlnglykeaO- :
play vill be presented io tite Gymnasium located at 8255 Oketo about 60% toned out ou the ovante
summery day to voçe Thosday. cots and teachers have moved April' 28th
11501 mosicai play." George Op- District 63 . .
. Malee RasI auditoriom on Dempa ave. io Nues. here becauue of these programs,
0:N::r Costleoed from Page i
Otee sod Potter lo Park Ridgo.
Tiohets vill be sold at bbc door
for 50t. There areno reserved
Ali Nibs Park pistrldt neal-
dent childneo ages seveu and
The vollowiug are the aouf-
flcial vote totals: Yet, sur efforts to communicate
the impuct of these cuts as our
Along The MaIL,
point. Il makes its own. The sea- ship Democrats \sere sopportiog nuder aro isvited to participate
son's greatest hit." Witte malteo
"Oliver!" so appealing is Its
melodioosoeos with credit going
Davis aud Kogos were oever sob-
otaniiated party workers Ivere
active at moni preciocis in dis-
to Lionel Bart for hodk, .lflOolC/)tribttting literatory for one or
seats so we soggout yoo arrive
no later thon 15 Immoles before
cortalo lime. \
For farther infoi7oalioo please
call the school at 823_4484, 0X1,
io the afternoons activities. A
special Basten egg hoot will be
held, games cill be played, prizes
gives aevay, and plenty of casdy
Gneetsberg (Trastee) 2,266
The edosover Holidays will be
and lyrics. both of the candidates. distriboted, McDonalds located shserved atMuiseTuwnshllrjew-
Tickets are priced at 31.75 Kofos, former Oak school 439 or Mrs. R. Récveat 965- at folliwaukee aud Dobbs is Nues Goobelt (Tnustee) 2,277
Inh Congomgallos, 88110 Ballard
and may he foircinaseA on the doy flA president, as svell os a vice 6982, Chairman of the Matioee. has agais donated free hambun- Mullen (Trustee) 2,419
ri.; Deu PlaInes, durlsg the
of the performance. al the Mill president io the blame Township ger neçtificateo to be asvarded the several days wIth apprupriaie
Roe Box Office or lu advance Democrats, received 122 vetes lucky esboces. L.A.P. 1151055 servlces,Two Fridayev&
by mail. Fo group discount reo-
ervalioos od ioformatioo coil
io ils home preciect, far behind
tie 3 sobones, ssl:o received from.
NW Italians Participants ore remiuded to
bniog a bag on basket to carry
2,096 olog sereines ovIl he recitetl\
Aprii 20 at h p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
295-2333, home their caudy and eggs. Carbon
207 to 260 each. Two services also are school-
square dance Smith
l,72g oled fur Saturday, AprIl 21, 9:30
a'm. and 6 p.m. The final days of
DO SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL With shoots of "Balia Cu Do
Soceo' ('Swing YoOr Partner" E aster Derviuhian
tho Holiday hegls Sundayeveslsg,
AprIl 22 und contInue Mosdape.
IN YOUR HOME
io Italian) the Nogthwest ltplian
American Society *111 trade their egg hunt renord3Pceclols>
Tuesday, April 23-24. Mornisg
senvimu on Monday and Tuesday
Tareotella for a'J4oe Dowe. their
maodolins for o fiddle and 'O
Sole MIo' for 'Turkey lo tile
Under the sponsorship uf Ihe
Mortuo Grove Days Committee
will begIn at 9:30 a,m. Rabbi
Jay Kurzen and Cantor Harry See Outstanding Cars
Solowinchilt mili co-uffIciate st
and tise Americas Legion Post Pawllioosvnbi
Straw and grasd promesaSe to
the Baro, at Golf aud Meier rd.
in Mount Prospect 00April 25
#134. the aouual sl1afe-wlde
Lasten Egg Hunt ovilI once alabo
thoue major religlsus oervices.
Ylskor Memorial rites are re-
cited Theuday at appronimately
Representative Of Vintage 'a
at 8 p.m. .Iakc place tisis year ou Easter li a,m, A special early Yiskor
.Thc oveolog will loclode a dio-
ser, beer, soft d-lobs and set
.__pps, and tite coller for bbc Square
Sunday. Youngsters undor 12
yearn of age, roaygatherat 1p.m.
st St. Pool's Woods.
Legion 'makes Çeremony will be recited 11h01
moroisg at 7:30 a,m. is the Clod-
Years Of The l930's And Before I'.
pal conducted by the RlWalCom-
Dancing will be the svoll known
Spociolly marked Easter eggs
tisis Sunday, April 22, sill ko
someone happy' i5lIee. Junior Congregation sert'
vlms for all young people Isthe It's FREE - Bring Your Camera
Is charge of evening's festl- hidden earlier; and upon dii- commUnity will bu held Monday-
viBes lu Joseph Del Re, 7338 W. cover)', the childncu may redeem Easter morning to oiemkeru of
the Murtou Grove Amenicau Theuday, April 23-24 at 10 a.m
Lee st,, Niles, and his committee thorn for a prize at the pavillius Pausover officially codo follow-,
Jim Vanacore, Tony Peltioatlu, to ko set up os the grogods. The Legion Post 5134 Children and iof evening servIces at 7:15 p.m.
PhIl MaroMa, and George O'Neill. l'osto Rifle Sqoad svill operate Youth Committee . will mees Tuesday,
lisis gift portino. "making som000c happy." They ,- The [lit Israeli comedy muvie,
Cisairman of tise evesit is Jon- 50111 deliver baskels filled solth The Ibliceman, wIll be shóws..
Fish fry cancelled ion \'ice Commacdcr Joseph toys, candies and Irloheto to the
45 handilapped youngsters Io the
' at the Synagogue Saturday ave-
Scis"'.° ulng, April 21, 8:0 p.m. The GOLF Ol 5e
The Morton Grove American village, community Io invited ta vIew tins
Legion Post #134 would like to. Washington A yearly custom, lt was ori- owand-wiotthtg film, Ticketo
a00005ce, au is their 050al cus- finally began sehen Ike Pout dis- available at the doer.
tom, the cancellation of this Fn- . program participant cuvened many uf these children There mill he so Bingo Sunday
day's, April 20, fish fry. Ronald Sipiura, junior at Aog could out participate lo the ouf- evening, April 22, due to the \di -a.. Ol J
Due to the Good. FnIdal date, uutaoa.college, Roch Island, is ovo door Egg Hanr. A similar program Pausover Holiday.
au io the past, the legion does
sot hold their :veckiy fish and
uf 4 Augostassa utudengu selected
to particIpate in the Woshboglon
Is usdertakeu at Chrlstl000, sobeo
those boys and girls cannot leave DonaldL. 5ciss '
Golf& Milwaukee Ave.
C. SWENSON & CO. chicken donen event. liowevejr ¿ Semester Program next l'ali, The
crews soill ho bock to sen-e pa-y students sybil spend a semeufen
their bornes to meet Santa's en-
borage, t3ftu scene diutributed US AIr Force Staif Sergeant
iQjfald L, Sass, sos of Ml'. sed
[Viks . .
8980 N. MILWAUKEE AVE
at Ballard Road
trono Ike following Friday ami of stody at Amcrlcat unIversity
continuo oct11 summer. lu \bashlogtoo, D.C., svhcro they
Corporation Pecuideot Gus 55:111 expenieoce fIrst hand contact
last holIday time au they isave
been for mosy ycans in the pest.
VisItation uf these Montos
Thins.Fred A. Sass, 754 p1(511'
cg., Des Halno, han aei,ive4Aór
Ait3: Ot Ouan AB,. Republl of
4- Ovsr 75 Stores
Katuoulbs lu joined by Legion svith the Iodes-al government, Sip.. Grove youth is under the chaIn-
Phone: 299-0158 NILES, ILL . 60648 Commasder Frank lilibert in lora, a political Ocionne major, maouhip of Childres-Yooth head, iCones, eSpw
'eJ - AndServices
wIshing the happiness of the sea- is a nos of Mr, and foins, Rich-
seW'tQ li', titp;pserobegsoi the'.
Anthony La Roua, who also serves
the Pout as SenIor ViceCom-
Sergeant Sans, a security pol-
iteman, lu assigned to a 5515 nf'
tiso Pacific Air
t , w, .
community. Wander gliis/éUf,' .
The Bugle, Thursday0 April 19, 1973 Page23
Page 22 'hie Bugle, Thursday, Apoll 19, 1973
Ietres. liYÒly Spring foot fas-hons
Local youths perforjn in concert
Celebrates 25 years EdyVa The Metropolitan Youth 5pm- Huron st. in Chieaga. The con-
cert in free to the public and be-
The shoe story for spring '73 gamut in textures, teints, and The Papeo message far child-' phony Orcbesira, ander the dir-
with Centèl is livelier, loftier. and msi'n
cxcltinf than eves' before, ne-
styling add aro being worn from ren in pure and simple-taklogthe action qf Mary K. Rosen, will
sunrise to sunset, cue from their elders, young- present/its third concert of'the
gins at 3:30 p.m. Local arches-
tra members Include: Ann
Papen men's feue-car han also frg footwear nul opeid' sp fur seaasn on Sunday, May 6 at St. Becker, 8305 Oleander, NUes and
cardisg to Payva shoe stores. '
James Cathedral, Wabmh ace. Helga Hoch, 0239 Ontavta,Nlieo.
payva reports that the fasti- ben "broogh; to heel." Pees both drçss and sport.
ion world io quite literalLy he most esnoervative, the most Spriseaod summer salutes the
'watchlsg its step" witliwamen's
heels' climbing from 050 to six
classic otyles, will havea heel thicker sole in both bqys' end
that hints of added height, lean- girls' shoes. Children's soie GEORGE ' M0 ECONOMU
inches. Push/Or- his become a ing the uppers to play it cool. styles are built lIke the adults' STARTING HIS 11th YEAR WITH MARSHALL
high stepping world with sky- At Fayva, mes will find that and are layered, creped, sotched WEILTE FORD WISHES TO TH#dfK /115 MANY
riso platforms, clog soleo, or heels are stacbed, covered or and stitched. There's also a hear- FRIENDS AND OPFERS HIS ASSURANCE TO
curved or rocker-type bottoms wedged, au natural, made-by_ ty wave in the direction uf spec- CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU THE BEST DEALS
no price in svood, cork, wrapped leather, mas, flared or slanted with trepe totsr luoks osd clogs for the
and polyrethane big soie power, young miss.
ONj,y NEW OR USED
or oiticolotrd robber and poly-
urethane. Toes are broad or Men's oldord styleo emphasize Fayva reports that there are
yayna totes that' you won't
new updated interpretations of lots of bright colors in store
the classic saddle design. The for you, with' white a dasimant
MARSHALL WHITE FORD
9401 MILWAUKEE AVE. NuES
oxford accest is also sprouting influence thin spring-white alone, PeronaIIy
Immediate have to go sole-searching to find
the biggest footnote is many a
seasoitclsgs. Cidgs now runthe
on mocassins, and spectator sr with castrant color piping.
styles steal many a fashion scese or white as a trim with bright.
as well, buid patOots.
"Across from Golf Mill Shopping Center"
Receives award service pin are presented to
CongratulatIons and a 25-year
Cimelew Eskrich (1.) by W. R. McGreW, Vice President and Illinois
Division Manager of Central Telephone Company of Illinois, on
"Thank yso," nays Jerry Sternberg, "for the..Geli Mlii Soferhoiith
Assnciatioo" as be received an award ot appreciatlonfrom George
Gauthler, Raymond Shurson and Michael Poley of the Thunderbird
District Boy Scouts of America. The disirict leaders are awarding
Live wi for
the anolversary of his start with the company io 1948, Mr. Eskeich
began as a Commercial Esgineer in Central Telephone's Fkkin
District. Today, he Is the District. Masager is the Des Plaines-
Park Ridge area, a post he has held,nthce 1960.
the appreciation certificate to Sternberg, manager of lohiigram'.
Shoes. and secretary of the Association, for-the Assoclatiqo's
cnoporatios in basting the district imam in the Bay Scouts of
America Craft inod Skill Competition bald at the Golf Mill Shopping
Center, Sunday, March 25.
The Niles Senior Citizens Coin- log merchasts are pobhished in Gazing out bis office window and new lnduSty, . more trafficj
005s1o5 Is seeking addItional the "Nues Senior News and Meo are branching out and
merchests to participate In its Views" which Is printed bi- everlooking Miner st. in the new has to be expected.' . .
into some high, wide
Senior Citizen discerne program. monthly. Any business which Central Telephone CompaoyDiV- And the growth ai tbe Des and handsome footwear this sea-
This program allows Senior Citi- woold like to Join In this pro- 15100 Office Building in Des Plalnes-Park . Ridgearee., Is son, Here a white Brazilian
zeos, upon presentation nf their gram may do so by contacting Plaines, Charles Enbrich tom- something Mr. EsSelcb Is ileeply crinkle papest leather boot, and
identiticatios card, to pirchose the NUes Senior Citizens Corn- monts, 'Ten or fifteen years involved with as District Mai/in. a new boy scoot" shoe. Two
goods or services at a redoçed mission at 967-6100. ago, I tbougbt trafiic aroond bere gee for Cenal Telephone Corn., Fayva shoea with lots of fash-
rate. Names ei those participat- was beavy. but with the growth pa,sy of Iu1ioin wbos rncçntly inn power.
marked his 26th annlversaryloith
"In louking back, you couli/nee
the foinre growth coming, bot
net just huw fast in would come.
MARSHAL WHITE FORD It's reaDy somelhing t/i see all
the humes and industry where
NEW 73 DART SPORT
TOMORROW S STYLING -- there was jUSc raw land and opon
territory,' he suyo.
factory costbecause we've
2273 ._IS HERE TQDA.Y! : As District manager,Mr. Esk-
rich bas been very sctive Incivic gone direct to Detroit
and community groups. Ne has for you.
held offices in the Park Ridge It's long
TH JayCees, Linos Club, Chamber distance to If you're looking for the
TRAILBLAZER of Commerce and the Northwest Detroit. But the best possible deal on s new
industrial Csancil. }Jo Is alsó a
ALL-NEW member of the Park Ridge YMCA
Everything's coming up clogs
at yayva this spring. Shown hero Detroit Connection is car (or a used ear), talk to
P,jccd se/I! and Des PlainerCbamberef Corn.' us- We're the Detroit
are two Italian beauties . . .a right here in town, with
EXCITiNG SEC merce. finwer trimmed suede corker and ' fantastic discounts. Our Connection. lt's a local cyll.
fl,ànd.N' TIE MOST "By gettisg to know and work a loathor cioghopper withwoodeo
72 POLARA CONTINENTAL with the members of these or- bottom. prices save you real money: And it sure beats going
LOXU1IOUS ganlzations, you caofneltheisilse we can give you the car you to Detroit or anywhere else
$2988 LCK _ ,. FORDS EVER
of the business community. and
problems and questions cas be An evening ' want, at little more than for that matter.
discussed ana man-to-manbasls.
a VIt1II/ INI BII*pt it may81 SIYVIE.
150 Used Cw on Sole Bi'd ness '13 JhldS 601
. "This has helped mn person-
ally, too," states Mr; Esbricb,
"especially since there are so
of nostalgia FIRST RELEASE
Orond New odiÑ' Ow Vil own wiowns. TM manytremendous people in this The Chrysler building, Hall of
73 EXECUTIVE CARS' UP TO $1,800 OFF'
TRAILSI.AZEkJ IIttlllEiO2 leSee itiw! Sciocco, Electrical building,
P.iced To SeN!! Mr. Eskrich started an a Corn- Court of Stato-, Ifavoline ther-
inerciaS Engineer is the Pekin wometor 9f feet tail, Sound fa-
72 LE MANS District 0f the Company. Dur- miliar? Whether you remember 'ea DART solscce Sao 'no I>LORCOLTII SCOOT
'70 IO5TIAC rieUrnOo
ing hin 25 yearn with Central nate,; te w,its'5l5 t' R,Ol5, FORMULA 450
2Ose.eh,.he. VS es. eee them or woro too young to have
Telephone. 'tie also str-ed as
Cnmmerclaj Office Manager and
soon them, there's no dosbt that
yno will enjoy.the nearly 600 feet
beil,. Ffrs osi0,000OIa,k
Iy1 rest R m,toIuIg Ints,ioC
9 iris . F,et. o!,, FUI!
LOgO,CFs'k, Ws'ApiriiL $1195 Aalsfsauc,n-ver ,ieerisn,
eresie, OscOel,, COOn,,
Rn,d eheO,, 5,5,55 0,505
BRAND W USAID W District' Commercial Superin- uf moviofiim tdkesthere. .°asotker
tendent in the Park Ridge-Des evening ofnootalgio will be pro- 70 ROAS RUNNER COUPE
1973 FORD LTI's 1913 FORD TORIIIOS Plaines area of the Company and seoted by the Niles Historical
tb OPAL CT
4 0,00, eis's' yellow. The ASEsen: moss
'72 i'LVMOUTII Si't)OT
WITH ?tL'NLW "CONTINENTAL" STYLING WITH LLNEW CONTINENTAL STYLING
has derved as District Manager
and Art Socieiy on Mooday, April fissati Io tscctgs,osrt, es's
$1895 51,5/ sIryitrwsirr,cr,d,I,mIS $1195. 9 'mi. riso, lip, Full f000r,
LOO fogetuo k. Wood tArlol. $2995
23, obout S p.m. at tho Nus' MuOre esiie/bRcA,alsloserlsr
'71 CORONET MIer working bourn, alosgwith Park District center, 7877 Mil-
C,,te, 6 PUer, woos'. oes. tTWV.. efr participatiog is numeroso nom- waubon ave. '72 PLSVAOISTO 00000 COUP 'Os CAtARRO 'Rs PR5TIAC Lt MONS COUPE
os". loode mun/ty projects. Mr. Eskrichen-
000doo&sO. loS Marilyn Aides Brows, whose z Or. II.T.. Foc, sie. mece sto v-s, .'wO,,brieri,U, Ouate
$1888 joys moot sporto Including boat- dewily photngraphed.tbe fair, and SucCo, 0, mooc bPac , debt
i,tsrler. Radie R Rieres. - $2895 Fire 51CC trei,/dPk treos
viRyt riot &m,ichI, n irWPicP $1695 O5n'sae,,
Otl5iI000 abiti cool S mateE-
il PINTO log, fishing, and golf. He and the Nibs area shown at a pee- Sood,t belie/ct Sertis g beoO 1mg 150crCor. .
Resbool. 6 wood ,d. loots'. o,00ed lb. his wife, Merle, are the parents vious meeting, will have more oient £mt.& s'ascOlti Crusts'
'fi PLYMOUTR SATELLITE
blo.b .. 600l 5f one son, John, nod . live in . footage' takes le Nues Towiishlp SERRinO PLUS 'hi CHUE SPORT WAGON
$1508 Park Ridge. In tho dens- oLd dayo goon by. '71 SUStos COcEE
F,otery Ois, Peres ttierieg, Ferreo Oir, Oie, Ineosr leer- wiNww ORS icr ha
doss yillso/btsCk 010CC Ir- $1895 ice. osier 553Es,. TaOrygRId/
gold back cruet itr,r rc, ei- $1995 ooerorood,d (,mliy. or ihm
tuhRlIll Rirdligs vith Power Peser Dist Dutte, Peur Steerig, Correction Frank Wichiac icbltg Prof.
I , POwer Disc Braket, Vinyl PhEeffil 250 Egg., Asta. Traue., Re. In the March Issue of "The Get it right from...
tNt, Otto. Trans., Opera Wmdsn, Ein, Operi Wiidops N191 DistI Pi Nues Senior News and Views,'
'64 ThUNDEN8mD Ositos MIe. Continental Dee L6I! OrÑv ny CnIr Charm House Inc. was inodver- on deans list
PDz$j itrp. Order Ony Celer Ya r:r tently placed no a list of mer- Frank Charles Wichiac, son of THE IJEThOIT
0N'T HE 'SP OT -lo UR.IR.)C.H.1,,' ;4i-wH)It--
chants allowing dicousts to Sen-'
mr Cirineos. Charrn°1/oose is not
a retailer and cannot therefore
give such a discount. Anyose with
a copy of fills diocoust list Is
Mr. and Mrs. l°raskC. Wichiac,
Jr., 7955 Keeney st,, Nues, is
a sophomore in the College of
FInn aod Applied Arts at the Usi-
FINANC ING versity of Illinois at Champaign.
CIIKYSL .; LYMUÚT
CEE EDDY 'IlL 9 P.M. asked to remove the name of
Charm Noiose Inc.
For 3 semesters Frank has mode
the Dean's List and is preseshly qZàq MUanekee Avenue Nileo, IIUnhloI.('b0ö48
DODGE CITY SAT. & SUN. carrying a 4,9 average out of a
'T!L 5 P.M. possthle 5.0. H io a music édu- Te ephoeee (312) cb-8ee
7250 W. DEVON Locate . on the oe elda of Milwaukee A
SP S-6616 9401N. ,_o7, GIVE
catlog. major a d s a member of
both the Large asd Small Syns-
phoic Bando, a member of one
right cools fron, GoIC MIII n.oeio theaters.
Mon.-Fi. 9 9 AM-fi PM Sen. 11 AM-6 PM
M IL W. A UK EE
AVENUE ,/ 54210
of thn Jazz Bands, and also the
Marchlsg luini, He graduated
from Maim i/ant in June of 1971.
s, e igt2Io, li,l,t R4O,O'O
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HELP. WANTED MALE - FEMALE 1 . 1
9042 N. COURTLAND, NILES -
HELP WANTED - MALE - FEMALE 1
AUS FOR. SALE 4 - O
DeaIg,,allO,iS as ta sex In our
Help Wirnedcolanms are made
only to Indicate occupational
believes would bç aV more In-
rarest to oso sexthun the other
because of the work Involved.
SituatIOns Wanted 1-2
Business Oppnrt'mItieo i-3
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NEWSBOY CARRIERS An aggrenslve self-startermont make three moves to COOKS u1ai. Cxoto'm Interior. Excel-
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a growth punition and devolup Into o seasoned proles- '.-, for $2400. 965-4718.
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svinI u progrnfoivo organIzation. We offer n good start-
benefit rogram. Must 8 Yd. Load $35.00
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Int,re,hng n,odit suai psentinn
Clounlc S popular moule. TraIlers
fc,, "CALL-IN-ADS 504 EXTRA"
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IBUGLECouvtland Prepald .
2004 MINER STREET OpportunIty Employer Mrs.. Wolf 790-5652 .Drivewaps .Steps
9O42 N. MsowIt Enclosed f PatIos Child Craft Crib h Drosner
MISC. POR SALE 5-O .Floors
Nileo, III. DES PLAINES, ILL WAITRESS (white-like new). Also oxees-
GARAGE & SUMMACE SALES SECRETARY -
For Lanches "K" KONCRETE live denk (wond svlth glans
please insert this u written for 2 weeks. 5-5 Equal Opp,rtunity Employer Excellent opportunity for an individual with gnod necre- top). Reas. Must nec to ap-
facial skills to perform an interesting variety uf duties. RIGG IO' S 827-i2 84 predate. 967-849m.
LOST h FOUND 6-O Ce UTE L
SYSTEM Good shorthand and typIng uhilis needed., RESTAURANT 2 Sunbeam Electric Lawn
We offer an excellonc benefit program as well as plea- SEWER SERVICE 2 11 Mowero. i-21 in. roel. 1.18
PETS 6-5 sant working conditions. Salary will be commensurate 690-3346 lu. rotary. 18 push mower.
central telephonucompany of illinoiB with ohllity and experience.
Please contact Mr. Is Reimer YOUNG MEN
ACW Make offer. Ladies Tricycle
Schwins. EvenIngs 966-6m67
Bnolneso F6raonaln 7-1 SEWER SERVICE or 777-0202 days.
18 & Over
HELP WANTED 537-1100 Part nisïe. 2 to 3 evenings CATCH
BASINS FACTORY MATFRESSES &
MALE - FEMALE i - i BRIGHT EKCO PRODUCTS INC. Apply In pernos after 2 p.m. CLEANED FUENITURE CLOSEOUTS
Electric roddlsg 300 BR00DNEW MATI'RESSES
777 WheelIng Rd. Wheeling, Ill. CAL'S ROAST BEEF 411 wurk osar. Lic. S Bonded. Box Springs
SALES CLERK/TYPIST An Equal Opportunity Employer
9003 Milwaukee Niles Free Est. - 24 Hr. Service
21 BRAND NEW SOFA BEDS
DEPART MENTI RN's-LPN's, Ed. WAITRESS
Open to Full Sine (Mattress)
We offer you a great oppertunity for advancement If you't(n
brIght, aggressive and went to loarnl
KEYPUNCH DRESSMAKING 2-i3 $109.95 Each
7 BRAND NEW RECLINER
GIRL FRIDAY NURSES AIDES OPtRATOR LUNCH OR PART TIME ALTERATIONS. Please call CHAIRS
You'll he working in our order-cnistomerservlco aroo,We11 Experienced only. lot, 2nd, 967-1842 aitér 6 orweekends. $39.95 Euch
We are looking for an am- train you to handle bIllIng and o' ..- ne correnpundenco and ORDERLIES and 3rd skIffs. Part tieso or Experienced Only 6 BRANDNEW BUNKBEDS
Nane Auklreao bItions pernoo capable of typing. You'll also perform ge . offIce duties plus light foil time. 94.00 per hour, Osso TransportatIon $49.95 Each
worhlog Independently lo oiw fIling. 5 doy weeh:8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Good salary, good 3rd shift premium. APARTMENT RENTALS
Pho .....,. modern, aIr condItIoned of-
LENNY FINE INC.
fIces. Salary open and frInge
heoefltn. Por confIdentIal lo- Great benefits Including FREE profIt ubac! , coffee, life benefits. Public -
Full benefits, pieauuntwork-
Ing condItIons, lIberal lucen- YO 7-8180 -
3-i i42E. Patatlno Rd.,
Arlington Heights. Ill.
HELP WANTED MALE - FEMALE i -i tervlow at your convenIence: Insurance and hospItalIzatIon. Paid holiday- end qacotionn transportation to tive bonus. WheelIng area. Setweon 2 and 4 P.M. Only NIlen 2 bedroom unfxrslshed
Coil Ank- for Carolyn or Guo apt. Heated, refrlg., range
front door. $205. Avail, May mt. (Exit Windsor Drive)
CATHY- SECURITY OFFICERS & 894-268a -5$8-3005
PETS 6 - 5-
MR. RYMARCZUK CalIR. Bra 775-8444 Regency Nursing SUPERVISORS 5 rooms unheated, stove h
MAIL CLERK. at 647-0611
Minimum age 21. Gond work
record. No police record.
refrig. Older couplo p--e-
ferred. $m65.ilO mo.
To be 'given away. Heinze
dog. Spayed and
R.N.'s 935-0513 965-052$
Needs home with yard. Ash
We're looking tOit 5 mall clerk wkocanhandle our incoming Misa SOon Coli Monday thru Friday for. Pinby. 966-3900 duyn.
and oatolog mall. lo addition, youll maintain an Inventory POLYSCIENCE CORP. INSFRUM/lFCO.
of our office supplIes aod alsorunsomereproductlon equIp- AIDES Flours - 9 to 5 PARK RIDGE 3 Maie Kittens, pan trained,
moot lIke Ditto machines, photo copiers, etc. ExperIence 6366 CROSS POINT RD. 8101 GROSS POIEITRO. 647.7444 BUSINESS
BeautIful 2 bedroom apart-
»mentn. Carpeted. air eon- 0 wku. nid. To begiven away.
helpful bun not requIred. 5 day week, S A.M. to 4:30 P.M. NILES, ILL. 60648 RILES, ILtINOIS 60848 ORDERLIES ditloned, patio. Jseated gar-
SERVICES 2 age pion parkIng. Avullnble J'IICE PETS FOR -
LIberal benefIts Include FREE profIt nharing, tree coffee,
An Equal OpportunIty Employer WOOD CHARM May mut. $250.
free hospItalIzatIon and lIfe Insurance plun paId holIdays CHILD CARE 2-i 815-459-09i2 ADOPTION
and vacatIons. . -
WOMEN SALES GIRL
Wanted Part Time Modern nursing home. 0ABY SITTING. Call
TO APPROVED HOMES
Hrn. i-5 p.m. - 7 days o
GENERAL CLERK Sun. Mon. Tuco. 967-8842 after 6 Nordico Week. Recolving animals 7-5
Apply in Person or call R. BRAUN $2,00 per hour Excellent salary and apartment location. MOTOR LODGE weekj$ays.- 7-i Soturduy a,d
' No TypIng To Sell Telephone CIassifed 966-3450 ELECTRICAL WORK 2 - 2 965-2300 Senday.
for an interview at FIGURE CLERK- benefit program. Must KAYS ANIMAL SHELTER
Very, Very LIte Typing
Advertising ELECTRICAL WORK Rooms By the Month 2705 N. ArlIngton HEn. Rd.
775-8444 FOR DETAILS CALL TYPIST have transportation. Reasonable Starting at $m7S.00
Indoor poni, steam and sanno
/'"7#P4E4EIIPL4ESS 693-3331 Full or Part Time We need a sharp
Quality with dependabIlIty
bath. restaurant und lounge.
9111 Waukegan Rd.
Parc Persian KIttens. 6 wks.
$3.50 each. Call after 5 p.m.
, INSFRU4ENT CO. Will train. Th#'Bugle newspapern in NIlen Is nooSing locaS Girl Friday. Must 966-9190 ,Sereicen
.Swltcheu and plugs ( Morton Grove
ALL AMERICAN LIFE Phone ......545-1151 or PERSONALS 7 - O
AND CASUALTY CO. 'uomen for te1ephcfie sales. You wIll be. paid hourly wage 'type 50 W.P.M.
6101 GROSS POINT RD. plus cnmrnlunlon. 545-7586.
-'WAITRESSES READER & ADVISER
RILES, ILLINOIS 80648 850i W. Higgins Rd. ContemplatIng a
PACE FOR RENT
Advise os family affairs,
An Eqoal Oppertùnity Employer Regency Nursing DAYS & NITES 3-6
READ AND USE THE BUGLE C Centre
Experienced - Ovor 22
,Top Wages - Gqod l'lpe
Have 1/2 garage opaco for
buslnoos. marriage. Coil
LEE THE WANT ADS BASEMENT SALE 2 296.2360 or come to
Call 966-1130 rent. For boat and trailer or
WANT ADS FOR FAST RESULTS Miun Agblo
ANTIQUE SALE ncorage. Call 965-0350 any-
9222 N. Greenwood Ave.
647-7444 6415 Dempstor MnrtonGruvo CALL 9663900 time. pint Center, Nlle.
\\ II// The Bug1e Thursday. April 19. 1973 Page 25
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BUGLE PUBLIÇATIONS BUGLE PUBLICATIONS
MAINE DES PLAINES LtÑCOLNJOOD
PHONE NLLT5.MORTON GROVE-GOLF MILL-FAST
NILES-MORTON GROVE-GOLF MILL-EAST MAINE-DES PLAINES.LINCOLNWOOD
9042 N. COURTLAND NILES
N.)COURTLAND, NuES , . ., :
- FEMALE i
. . .
HELP WANTED MALE I AUTOS FOR SALE 4 - O
) teaignauuau as ta sex In our
hellenen would be of mare lii-'
Male-Female l-1 .
HELP WANTED MALE - FEMALE 1 - i . ' .
SERVICES 2 - O
'72 Vega G.T. Air/coed., 4
. Hé1pWantedco1umS are made _tei-est to one nexthantheother
becouoe of the work Involved.
Busleeno opportunieo l-3
An aggressive self-starker must make three moves to
COOKS LANDSCAPING 2-4
spA. Cost&m interior. Excel.
lent cood., many extras.
only to indicate occupational becomo successful: locate an expanding company, assume
qualitIcadoon far emplayment Such designation nhall flat be
BUSINESS SERVICES 2-O
NEWSBOY CARRIERS a growth position and develop Into a seasoned proton-
which an emplayermayregard taken to indicate IliaC any ad- BLACK SOIL
yerdoer IntendO or practices Child Care 2-1 day oweek. Fridoy. after ninnal. The Aossciotoo, Amorlcu's leading financial
as reananably neceunaryta the
any Unlawful preferente. lItai- Electrical Work 2-2
To deliver LIncolnWOOdlO5 Otte
your home and year service corppration, presento you with this .trifold op. Modern nursing home. Rich Polverized CAMPERS 4 7
normal operation of hin him- nchool..NeWnpapers are delivered portunity. We seek a conscientious company ropreoen- Top Soil
loess or an a canvenlence to Indos. specIfication or dio- Instruction 2-3 ruote will be In your home area. .
tative ' with management potentIal for our new training
our roedora ta let them know crlinlnatlon in employment LanddcaPloig 2-4 Excellent salary and Ideal for'Top Dressing MEUNDCAMPIU
e Sostai inst 1.11.,,
practican. Muoical InstructIon 2-5 program. Your reqoiremeots include a 'high school odo. Gardens and Plower Beds
which pooitl000 thehdvertiser . King,oI oh. Rami E L..
PaInting & Decorating 2-6
Plastering & Patching 2-7
pjomhlng/Heatliig 2-S : CalF. cation, an automobile and the desire to advance rapidly
with, a prsgredsive organizatIon. We offer a good start.
log nalary, attractive kenefitu and promotion joossi-
buhlen based directly on personal aokievemoet. Call
benefit program. Must
o Yd, Load $35.00
967-5965 o Tapp.. & Coanh,
o MnG.sn Top.
. InSolo., Sappi..
Family 'Want Ads
Rug fa Fare. Cleaning 2-10
Sewer ServIce 2-il
966-3900 for an appointment sr oend your resumo in cual ideoce
to: K. Pisad, 825-810g.
, . 2-5
nfl4 A on,,,., io,
1701 W. R.. 20. 'I, Mi. Etat al
MuH.n'y. Opes i day. we.h.
-JJ±JU-J U J J'iJ)J. .
Piano - Guitar - Accordion- SS.'
4P 2 WEEKS 20 WORDS °.. ° REAL ESTATE 3-O
Apartment Rentals 3-1
. SERVICE ASSSTANTS HOME PHONE Organ h Voice. Private io-
otructions, home nr studio.
1973 "Starcroft" Camping
p $4.00 Houses Far Sale 3-2 .
(Operators) Learn while you earn. ,
WORK Classic & popular music. Trailers
Office Space Por Sale 3-3 Ist.o,ting noodif s'.al pron.ntWe Richard L. Giannone Sales - Service
(104 per word additional) bono. No o,pori,neo
Lots For Sale 3-4
Wanted to Rent 3-5
.MÀTRONS AISOCIATES s,s,',a, y-WiII i,,in. 5 km,, pm
u,ek &neue. Gu,raeeod houdy THE SURF SHOP
4 «CALL-IN-ADS SOC EXTRA' .
7 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. FInANCIAL
SERVICES CO.,INC. rito o ed ion,nti,,. REMODELING/BUILDING 2052 Lehigh Glenview
' 966-3900 AIJrOS FOR SALE 4-O Encollent company heneflts.and workIng conditiono. 0118 Milwaukee Ave,' Cali mes., Wed., Thora. 2-9 724-5501
Nibs, Ill. 60648 8:30 'a.m. te 12 Noon
°DOES NOT INCLUDE "HELP WANTED" ADS OOATh & SUPPLIES 4-5 .
CALL 827-9918 An Equal .Foendotioos .Waiko
MISC. FOR SALE S - O
Opiuortotiity Empinyerl Mrs. Wolf 798-5652 ,Dnivewayo .Stepo
BUGLE ' Prepild ' -
MINER STREET Patios,
Child Craft Crib & Dresser
9042 N. Couvtlancl AmniOs Encloaed S WAITRESS (white-like new). Also Cusco.
MISC. FOR SALE 5-O
DES PLAINES, ILL. - SECRETARY For Lunches "K" KONCRETE tino desk (wand with glass
top). ,Reau. Moot see te ap-
, GARAGE 8 IJMMAGE SALES Equal Opportunity Employer Encollent opportunIty far an individual with gond secco- ,
please IMert thin in written for 2 weeks. 5-5 tonal skills to perform an interesting variety nf duties. RIGGIO'S 827.i284
CENTEL Good shorthand and typIng skills needed. RESTAURANT 2 Sunbeam - Electric Lawn
LOST & POUND 6-O OY5TCM
We offer an excellent benefit - program as Well as ploa- SEWER SERVICE 2 - ii Mowers. 1-21 le. reel. 1.18
sant worhiog conditions. Salary will be -cnmmonsuratn 698 -3346 in. rotary. is push mower.
PE6-5 . central te'ephone cOmpany of i!l!idie 'with abIlity und experience.
ACW Make offer. Ladies Tricycle
Schwion. Evenings 966-6167'
Pihase contact Mr. Len Reimer YOUNG MEN SEWER SERVICE or 777-0202 days.
Boolneon Per000als 7-1 , 18&Over '
537-1100 Pas-t unie. 2 to .3 evenings
BAStoS FACTORY MAT'RESSES B
HELP WANTED CLEANED FURNITURE CLOSEOUTS
MALE - FEMALE i - i BRIGHT EKCO PRODUCTS INC. Apply in person alter 2 p.m.
Electric tedding .
777 Wheeling Rd. ' Wheeling, lii. CAL'S ROAST BEEF All work guar. I.ic. & Bonded. and Box Spriogu
An 608501 Opportonitf' Employer' Free Est. - 4 Hr. Service $19,95
9003 Milwaukee NUes '
21 BRAND NEW SOPA BEDS'
Open te Pull Size (Mattress).
DEPART MENTI We offer you a great oppotconity far advAncement If you're
RN's-LPN's, Ecl. ' KEYPUNCH WAITRESS DRESSMAKING 2-13 $109,95 Each
7 BRANO NEW RECLINER
knight, aggressive and want to burel
NURSES AIDES OPERATOR LUNCH OR PART TIME ALTERATIONS. 'Piease,coll CHAIRS
Experienced only. ist, 2nd, 967-1842 after 6 orweekends.
We are looking for an ato-
Yooll he working in our order-customer servicearea. We'll
train you to handle hilling and nome general crreepondence
and ORDERI,IE.. and 3rd shifts. Part timo or Experienced Only ' 6 BRAND NEW BUNK BEDS
foil time. $4.50 por huer, Own Troosportutien APARTMENT RENTALS
Nma..... .-.........Addenso... kitioos person capable of typing. You'll alnn perform generai office dotino pion lIght Good salary, good 3rd shift premium. LENNY FINE INC.
working ksdependeotly In our
modern, air condltiooad of-.
filing. 5 day week: 8 A.M, to 4:30 P.M. :
Full benefitu, piconan1 work.
g conditions, lIberal incen. Yo, 7-8180 3-I '
142g E, Palatine Rd..
Arlington Heights, Ill.
fices. Salary open and fringe Great lpgfito including FREE profit haring, coffee, lIfe tranporlation to o, konus. Wkeelisg area. Botwedo 2 and 4 P.M. Only Niln 2 hedroosi unfurniohed 253.7355
kenoflts. Por confidential in- Innuronce and hospitalization. Paid holidays and Oacatlons '
all Ask fer Caroiyo or Gos apt. Heated, refrig., range (Exit Windsor Drive)
HELP WANTED MALE - FEMALE i - terview at your cnnvenience: front door. $205. Avail. MeF ist.
' ' CATHY SECURITY ÒFFICERS & 894-2688 588-3805
Call R. Braun at 775-8444
Regency NUrsing 541-26W SUPERVISORS
Mielo-orn age 21. Good work
5 rooms unheuted, stove b
refrig. Older couple pro--
To be given away. Heinze
MR. RYMARCZUK 57 female dog. Spayed and
MAIL CLERK cat 647-O6ii ,q
,- - for an interview Centre R.N.s
record.'Nn p.11cc record.
ferred. $165.00 mn.
shbts, friendly 1 yr. aid.
Needi home with yard. Ask
I PEEFiLESS Call Mnndaythru Friday for Finley. 966.0950 days.
We're looking for a mail clerk who canhaudle our incoming POLYSCIENCE CORP.
AIDES' fluoro - 9 te 5 PARK RIDGE
Beautiful .2 bedroom apart-
3 Maie Kittens, pan trained,
and, outgoing mail. In addition, you'll maintain an Inventory
of our nffice supplies and also run nomereproduction cqoip- 8101 GROSS POIÍT RD.
647-7444 BUSINESS meets. . Carpeted. air eon.'
8 wku. old. To begivon away.
ment like Ditto machines, photo copiern, etc. Experience
6366 GROSS POINT RD. RILES, ILLIRDISIOS4O ORDERLIES ditioned, patio, heated gar-
age ' plus parking. Available
heipfol but not required. 5 day week, 8 -A.M. to 4:30 P.M. NILES, ILL. 60648 SERVICES 2 - May lut. $250. .
J4ICE PETS FOR
WOOD CHARM for "
Liberal bonefito include FREE profit sharing, free coffee, An Equal Opportunity Employer SALES GIRI CHILD CARE 2.1 815-459-0912
TO APPROVED HOMES
free hospttalizutioo and life Insurance pins paid holidays
and vacations. WOMEN Wanted Part Time
Son. Mon. meL
Modern nursing home. BABY
after b. Nordico
'SAFARI Hrn. S-5 p.m. 7 day4 a
week. Receiving animals 7-S
GENERAL CLERK $2.Eg per ken- Excellent salary and apartment location. MOTOR LODGE weekdays - 7-1 Saturday end
App'y in Person or call R. BRAUN No Typing To Sell Telephone Classified 966.3450
benefit program. Must
ELECTRICAL WORK 2 . 2 965-2300 Sunday.
KAYS ANIMAL SHELTER
for an interview at .FIGURE CLERK ,
Advertising ELECTRICAL WORK Rooms By the Month 2705 N. Arliogtoo Hts. ' Rd.
StartIng at $175.00 ,ArIln$too Helghtu -
Very, Very Lite Typing.
rYPIST have transportotion. Reasonable
775-8444 Indoor peel, oteam and nausa
FOR DETAILS CALL Quality wIth dependabllitY bath, restaurant and lounge. Part Persian Kittens. 6 wks.
Full or Part Time
We need a sharp Remodellflg $3.50 euch. Call after 5 p.m.
693-3331 9111 Waukegan Rd.
jP4E4E*L4E5S INSTRUMOENY CD. ALL AMERICAN LIFE Will traIn, The' B'ogln newspapers in Nuco in seeking local
Girl Friday. Must
type 50 W.P.M.
.Swltchen aod plugs
Phone . . . . 545.1151 er '
PERSONALS 7 0
women for telephone nIfes, You will b paid hourly wage 545-7586, READER & ADVISER
AND CASUALTY CO. pIon cbogmlnslon. ' WA'1TRESÉS SPACE FOR RENT'
6101 GROSS POINT RD. -
Contemplating a AdvIne on family affairs.
NILES, ILLIROIS 60648 8501 W. Higgins Rd. Regency Nursing DAYS; & NIES husmeos, mugriage, Call
An Equrtonity Employer Exenced ter 22 GARAGE SALE i for appt.
, ' Centre Top Wagen - GnoiT)ye BASMENT SALE 7 "..J4ve 1/2 garage space for 296-2360 nr come to
READAND USE THE BUGLE tEIEWANTAES Call 966-liP --:7 rent, For boat and trailer or' 9222 Of. Greenwood Ave.
WANT ADS FOR FAST RESULTS 966-3900 Miun Arbla
6415 Dempster Mrtonqreve
: ANTOUE SALE 7
storage. Call 965-0338 any-
4eg Gestor, Nilop.
The Bugle, Thursday, April 19, 1973 Page 27
Page 26 The Bugie. Thursday, Aprii 19, 1973
Nues basebáll Thks Golf Mill Bank estab9shes joint .
List Area Real Estate
Dursch named C mputer Center Transfers
Dear Editor: _ .
bo sktg ro
The Northwest Italian Ameni,
can Society Wishes ta thank all
izo tobende anddonoro formth
A unique COmP
wact has beW
signed by 4 aIea
Elecmic Hose h Rubber Co. 9133 N. Austin, Harris(De Jckg
sold Ito property at 740g
McCormick blvd., tinkle, to Fel-
to Edward G. BraSser, tr,; 5522
Oaktoo, Robert M. WsoddW Jos.
Siegfried Darsch ' hua been our St. Joseph Day RasoIo noch beaks v1d National Cash itegle-
Ir CR} mIet'' one of the COUfltr?S Pro Realty Corp. for $465,®0, Roderich; 1826 Carol, Dr. Ros-
sawed Head pro for the Nibs a tremendous success. Without of corn-
Park hornet prafessinnal Skat- their luitihing efforts, kbidnnns largest Robeat A
'it was announced lo the latest sell E.Scklltterto JoasM. OCon-
monthly Nuns townshIp real es- nell; 5934 LIncoln ave., Carl R.
leg Instructors for the second and asslstance,,an undertaking of
Sharpe 1sidOot of thO 4 at- tate trassfer report from County Eckhardt to Sam Berk; 9229 N.
year. such scopa would not hase been Recorder Sldeey R. Oben. Marroora, Martin H. Ginley to
For neaely 10 paar Siegfried possible. Two simple words ttUated baokS.
tlran!c pon - seems so incomplete AcCOrdifl to Mr. Sharpe the Llncolswosd: . 6922 N. Karluv, Allas F. Schaefer; 7105 Church,
l3arsch shared io competltino is PlrstNad000l Bank Fred Taramas to Vidai C. Um.. Jas. A. Szcznpnk to Herbert F.
the Southern part of Germany. an expression of gratltede, hot four balkS
in hin early 205 he attended and they hold ear deepest and hem.. of MUOde1ate. Golf Mill State pini 6733 N, Drake,' Harry Bar- Bastz; 7647 Labe, Genkiart Rob-
Bank GraY1'° National Bank nett to Steven R. Huber; 4849 bins Foundation to Skat Home
graduated from a Fashion Design felt feelings, A special note of aId Libert1UC National Bank- w. Coyle. Jerry Landy to Roy Blairs,, Inc.;
school In Munich, WeotOermasy. GooDman gratitude ta Mnnslgnor Flans.. H. Joselit, Jr.; 4410 Pratt, Roh- Nues: 6829 Oaktoo et.. Loora
ShorTly after graduating he de- gao, Father Glose, Sister Ther- have jointly COfltVactdWithNCR
to provide both the computer erl M. Kahn to Parry Schrager; A. Schmidt to Julios Beegus;
F. ,.F' e nidS to go Into the entertalnmen.t esa, Pete Zansios anni Dan Rs.. equtpOeOt to be Iee as well as 7322 N. Lowell, Sharon IS. Stern 321 Neya, MarvIn L. Toliras to
field. His first professional ap- alba far theIr cooperation prior to Sideey S. Sherman; 6524 N.
systems management for the Edward L. Ireland; 725S Mnnroe,
MG poilke arsw er preschooIers'"m-° wan In a theater lo-
èated in Anssterdam. The show
and daring tue fesirvitien,
Visitors ranging In age from
infants to Orador citizens, from
baukS ComplittelIed work.
Sharpe anflO' at a press
luihouro, Lawrence Rochmas to
Kurt Von Besser;
Angelo huberto to John C. Ran-
Ieri; 0248 N. Newcastle. Heins
l'olicemani Policeman! All in ali it was a very ex- was an Operetta no Ice cabled conference April 16 that a NCR Morton Grove: joseph L. Rn- L. Casenhiser to Herbert J.
What If happened? What citing time for the children to 'Wintertraum." From there lie Oak I°Sslr to Paix Rlchey, Fia. Century 101 model computer has derich to Uuisette Koran; 8941 Ruesch, Jr.; 6201 W. Howard.
is rids? meet and talk solda a real live joined several rçp ice shows lo . were not only impreosed but Io.. been ordered and IS schedatedfor Natoma, John W. Payton to i-oh- Howard Holding Corp. to the Al-
so the qnmti050 came from policeman. Earope. Ile Snos One nf the lead- spired by the depth and beauty nf delivery io September at this bard Hancock; 5419 Malo ut., len Group, Inc.; 8117 Ocooto.
Shown above Is Mrs. Jo Bon- this trthute ta the chaste Saint,
the Mortnn Grove Park Dis.' The children had bees vIsited liners for the International Ice awskl, SpansorCommiireeChaiir. . year. It is expected first use of 'Aguotlo Paceoda to Martin Lund- Jeacette M. Beck to Arthur J.
trier's pre-schoolers. previnunly by a fireman. Throw. Show which starred Sonja Heine. Comments as "BeautIful," "Us.. the facilities Will be in early ev' quint; 8901 Mas000ve., Dennis W. K9y; 8655 N. Natldnal, Arthur
man, oftheNiles Baseball League believable," "Molto Bella
The children malted in eager- are only a few nf the things that Ben-eon ice shows he taught receiving sponsor's check from October. Pifkors ta Wm. E. Brollo; 5929 Loevy to VirginIa Bromberg; 7634
ness for the arrival of the po.. the pro-school children are io- figure skating. He then signed "Praise God" and "lt makes os The groups computer cooler Cleveland st,, Henry J. Sereda tn N. Oleander, Madeline Gepke to
wIth the Paris Sur Glace lee Show Denobo Whildin, Manager. nf Bar.- proud to be Italians," nomehow Radlca Brunis; 9527 N. Sayre Ignacio Calderone; 6201 W. How-
lineman, Officer Schultz was volved with. salty's Family Inn, located at will be located beneath expanded
greeted by the pre-ochoolers sit- Information on the Pee-School and for two years toured the Near made it allworthwhfle. The pur- offices fQr the tjbertyville Na- ave,, Jack Weaver . to Edward arrt, the Allen Grsup, Inc. to the
East and aB capital cities beldad 7950 N, Calai-oli. Nues. Bar- pone of the St. Joseph Table woo Contract for NCR computer equipment and services is signed P. Platt, Jr.; 6609 Maple, Lake Mfgrs. Life Ins, Co., Toronto
00001 Bank. Existing offfce apace
ring in neat rows of chairs that cae be obtained by calling 965- saSsy's Is ene of the League's 14
they set ap for themselves. 1200 Monday through Friday he- the Iron Curtain. He also skated ta share an old Sicilian tradition at the rear of the bank betiding by bank presIdent Robert A. Sharpe (center) far 4 area bankS - R. Hill to Jerry S. Stock; 9017 Casada.
A talk was given on what a leteos 9 a.m. and S p.m. in Africa, West Europa, and East new snosors for thIs year. of devotIon to the footer father will be modeled. starting May First National Bank of Mundelein. Golf Mill State Bank, Grapo- N, Major, Gerald H. Strano to
Europe. Dos t forget the lponoor's of Jesus, and from the response lake National Bath in Llhertyville National Bask.
1 to accomodate the new facffi-
policeman Is and how he cas help Anthony R. Woszczak; 7049 Em-
When Mr. Dorsch came to Am- Dance to he held April 27 at the of our many visitors, it was well Representing National Cash Register are: Ronald D. Price (r.) orson. Anne Stoneham ta Luke R.
ctxideen. Slides were shown os sew Allgauers Fireside, 2855 Oea.
what te du and what sot te de lo crica he signed and toured with received, Our 'thanks" to all of A local insuraace agency now NCR AccouaI Manager and Gregory A Kowainki (1.), manager nf Hill; 7837 N, Central, tgiooeppn
Holiday on ice. He carreotly Milwashee ive.. Northhrook. you. located there will move Out and computer services for the group projert. Cenato to Naomi N. Loahigh; f_n_-c_ F,
and outside of the home as: never Opening dsp ¡s Saturday, May 12.
let a stranger to to your home- toured with Symphony on Ice new executive offices for the bank
call an older hrother or sister, throughout the U.S.A. He choreo- Sincerely, will go in the first floor and all partments and other relareddata. NEW FIXTURES NEW DECOR
If a weed in my garden has
iy: Eùropeiì Hir Stylists
1f your parents are now home; do graphed shows in Canada and aise Northweot Italian AmerIcan computer equlpuent and systems In-bank terminals will flash back
not accept anything from strata- In the United States. slipped through my grasp until Society personnel wlllbeintheremadel
now, I redefine "weed," lt it Andy Ciabattarl, St. Joseph '.'Fglk . requested Information In
gern; If you are lost-call a po- lower level. ndro-oer'ìndw otter the conte-
liceman, etc. grow and enjoy It, Committee Chairman Sherpa commented on the meen account number or name
ba-ks expansioflpl000 hyoboerv- are entered by a special code.
log that tIaIS remodeling Is the In additloa, the oyotem can
oecond major expansion movefor handle transfers of foods atoo-
Llbertycille National Bank wilMa matically hetweencustomero oc-
to Ser4e You
the past year. By adding approol- counts ouch an payments of In-
moldy 40% mo Opa.ce to the otalimeot loans fromtheircbnck- OPEN 7 DAYS '. PHONE 763.ats:
relating bank building anna. we Ing account or maotkiy transfers
will ht able to enlarge the tas- from cbecklog to oaviogs. Once
. tomer service platform area and inotcuctl000 are eotered into the
relocate our executive offices computer system, transfers take
loto the newly acquired first place on the reqoeoteol date and
floor space." the resalto are reponed to the
Total stytare footage of the pce- bank and to tile castomer.
Sent book\ building is approni- Input into the computer will be
mately 9,5b0 feet. The expanded accomplished throagh a MICR
oreo will add another 4.200 feet. sorter/reader which "reade" and
o IF YOU CAN'T CONTACT ANY OF THE DESIGNATED. ADVERTISERS A compiler oervices manager, transfers the informados to the F
CALL 692-2077 SW UA A5FaRIG FO
Gregory A. Kowaiski, will work main. computer memory at the
for NCR under he special coo- rate of 600 items per minute. lo- 8E
trocE arrangemento to direct the tornai memory storage capacity
THEY WILL CONTACT THE ADVERTISER TO HAVE THE CALL RETURNED daily computer operations. Row- In over 32,000 charactern for
aiski former aoolntant manager programs (nr instructions) to oc-
of dota processing for First Feci- compliob the nyntem'o work.
WE NSE KNITTINb::
eroi Savings, Milwaokee, will be- Magoeilc discs will be osedfor
FRANK J. TURK a sous INC. TRPHOS
ate 4e°e 96(u?
gin planning and systems work
for the banks May 1.
external storage of customers'
records Including activity hin-
Conversion of the 4 banks' tory. Each dion cas store over 5
. LESSONS dato and files to the new 'in- million characters of inforMa-
house" oyotem will take place tian.
°RESIDENTIAL HOURS LARGEST SELECTION over a one-year irme opon. Data is transferred from the
uo(Jpty,.wEEy Vecinos service applldadoOo will disco to the computer's "mom-
OF :YARÑS IN THE AREA
be converted io. succession baoS
os Volome and. priority needs of
arr' for processing or up-dating
at the rate at 312,000 characters
'DESK/OFFICE SPACE per second,
ON.SCF-100L SUPLIE5 According to Ronald D, price, The high-speed printer ip-
USE OUR NUMBER NCR aerosol manger serving as eluded with the NCR Century)B1
OR & .HOH0I
IT1M.S. for Me admlointratjve liaison, 'the pee- spalmo prints reports, costatoer
YOUR NUMBER Ltd. cine timing for the varian- ser'- statements and other data at the
SUBURL1 SANDY'S MENS CUSTOM
Vice applicatioso can be adjaoted,
il tec000ary, to meet the lodi-
rate of 1,200 lines per minute,
Sharpe added that IrOlIVIdUaSS
flLEpe ose, 647.9012
ANSWERING SERVICE 'a19a4 4' C DIAIRPIECES
vIdual bank's particular reqalre-
at the banks who will he Involved
Cr35 Tonne AVCNUC with the conversloowork andcoa-
CALL 7216 N. HARLEM J634 o Milwcukeo
692-2077 ... at Toh . 's 9664377
He also otated that S'the total ilnuing supurvislos of the system
wm he given special training at
processing capacity of the eqalp-
mese will be expanded oc the the NCR Exiling Meadowa offices.
grasp's needs and services ex- NCR crrpnrtnwillreviewparti005r
pond,' aspects of the new System with We cal! it "THE LADY". . . ong-Iined, smooth-flowing,
According to bank president bask officers and key operamos 'J
Sharpe, "the Increasedefficiexcy personnel "te make the entirein-
gained by this group-operated stailatioo as effIcient and suc- We contour Ihis new. more elegant look to trnmo
CONTRACT CARPETS IM:MEDIAI.T.E PRINTING ANDSCAPING Oyototn will previde for greater ceosful as humanly possible." h your face . . . then bring It lo ils manimuth lovelinens
8038 Milwaukee Ave. fleolbility and a wider scope of said.
SERVICES services over oar present corn- NCR's Century 101 syStem is with our Fanci-lone custom coloringl With Rouis
INSTA PRINT Niles, III. poter processing arrangements.' used by over 3(10 banks throagh- CRIML Hala TINT
All Nome Brands lamouu lint dispenser we can creole a color enoctly
4t biOtita IEIP/ICE OFFERED Sharpo pointed oat that "the oat the baSed States. Banks in
All Textures marketing advantagen. aro sir-
the Chicago metropolitan area yours-and duplicate it for every retouchi And the allietato
24tMosT PIIaIING JOBS t Padding a Installation
tNvttoprs REDUCED PRICES as users are North Shore Na-
Molly unlimited. By having our Panni-tono condilions.as it colors, so your hair ¡s hair nolnrieu!
uastotss CASOS CuOtnmer'o various account ce-
tional Bank. 'First National Bank
Included 'WORK FROM Ford5 r'Jed together, we will of Lake Forest and Ronche State always looks lustrous. As for covering gray-is
oW(ßDIC IVITA1lOiS 9 X 12 SHAGS A PRINTS lai-triNs MID APRIL TO be able to offer new banking neIn Bank. there any other lint?
. ETTERHEADS FLYERS
vices to eachcuotomeronaidgtey
Utilizing the system's central
BII SS CARDS ??? F, .COMPARE-
Then See Us I 965-3900 a GUARANTEED
infOrmation.file capability along
with its girot 'memory" star'.
PII NE; 9662565 0Shop
At Home Service
Call ' IJEDLT CALL 829-9030
age, aothorjzed bank employees
will be able ta locate individual
cootomer records rapidly In-
753$. N. MILWAUKEE
N. Mp.WAUKEE AVE. 692-476 PRINT1G CO.
atto ntMPSttO MORTON GaOVt
NIGHTS closthag thelrlatestbalanceo,ciun.
rest activity In ano or more de-
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