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empster Street constrùctionprogressing on schedule

Reconstruction of Dempster Skokie Municipal Engineer move to the north side of thebetween the Edens Expressway Mark Schoeffmann reports that treet and all traffic will beand Kilpatrick ave. is on the curbing, driveways, south moved to the south side of theschedule and should be corn- lune of street pavement and most street.

pleted by November 30, accor- of the sidewalk on the south side Schoeffmann mid that the traf-

ding to Skekie engineering of- ofDernpsterWill be cornpletedby fie situation should improveficials June 14. Construction wUt tises . Coiithioedonpage35

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Handgun controlrally in Morton Grove- State Rep. and Mrs. Aaron Jaf- - Jaffe comnuedtetl, There will

- fe hové ammounced there will be a -he absolutely no solicitation of

public rally sponsored hy the fOOd5 attise rally,bot we're going

Committee for Handgun Control to-ask people to join with os as ac-- - 00 Sunday, June 73-5 p.m. aube tille members of oar own loçal

ParbView Jr. lbgh School; ezte -chapter - of the Committee for- w. Lake Stréet (9e00 North) io Handgun Control. We're telling

Morton Grove. TherallyitlI he all citizens io the area who sharethe hick-off e'ent- for the for- Oar concern and outrage over the

motion f the sew Skokie-Morton -increasing proliferation of- han-

Grove cbepíerof the Camsulittee dgos ownership and haudgonforliandgos control. - -

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Swimming and Diving .Tedm RTAeconomic. problemoss will -

Syochr sized Swmmomrnng Tennis re oit m the etanos ti o of NOR

Instroctios, - Girls Bas1etboll, TRAN bus routes-near-lIme homes

Girls Softball Team, Tumbling, of Maine Highstudents begmmsingGymnastics, Jr. G'msdollèd, Art 01 the fäll term. Also the 35 cent

Class, Tiny GymGym for Foto; otudentbus fare may be raised by

Camperaft, -Karate, the opeslngof-lhe ltBl-82 school

Cheerleadmsg Clin e Pen y Ca yeanival, Tots Program, Kiddie Ootliolog thesew bus plansKamp, - Outdoor Adventure during a public meetisg.beld atCamp, Day Camp.- Callt67-th33 - Maine East High School on Wed-for information or- consult the nesday, May 27, school officials

. . Mill Ruñ,-fire officialSmeet on exits, fire escape

by Dia eMItter

Qffi fats of the Nuco F re A ordrng to Riles F e Chi fjIepal-timuent -and Mill Run reps - Al - Hoefbl, Duty - Chief Gordonwill meet today to go ver plans M chaises w li meet with Jimfor-the additional eit(s) and fire -Herbert- architeçt designer for-eucàpè--recentlyorifered bytbe. Mill titis to review. their plans forFmreDepartment Cemitinuedo Pug 31

Students may also face abus fare Increase w the fall

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SChOOl ' bUSPark programs

for children routes .The Nues Park Diutrict will of-fer the following Chi1dreO

stùdentu will only he able toride buses running on major

-thorooghlares. - -

Current laws slate that schoolbas service must -he, provided

- within one - mile and a half ofstudents' homes. Commenting onthe-new routea, Dislriet 207Superintendent Dr Richard

-Short said, "There will hehasmotes within a mile of otadests

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-The Village of Riles 'lrasspor- -diesel engine, automatic - iran- recently porchaoed for a total of -

talion Committee loôks over omission Mercedes Bem bases. $55,000.00. -

- three newly acquired 4. cyliñder, - Allthree of- these bosés were - ContInued on Pageis - -

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Each dec dc s this country brings ev al major tema tooii homes whirls-most of us integratetuto orn everyday life.

. lt seems obviis cable TV and home conipatorswilt be partofosirliveslong beloretheM's ha',e esded. . :

Cable TV is çoniing so rapidly we expect most of us will be -

wiredioto this sew money-maker within the next coapte ofyears. -

-- The importance ofeable TV is stili unlonôwa to the layman.

-Battheboyswiihthe bncksare betting big rnnney onit.

White Pox co-owner Eddie Einhórn made bis money insports television. This is where bis expertise lies. When he

. andhis partners plunked down $2O,QtO,Oth fer the parchase ofran-down Cornislcey Park and a questionable baseball team

- of limited value, there Was asother angle to the purchase.- Einhorn fsresaw the potentials1 cable TV which islikely lomake bio group's many million dollar investment a real -bargain. Einhorn has mestiased he would libelo oia is a

.- partnership with other Chicago professionalspoits teams isOWNING a cable TV company which would sell their sportsprodacls into the e,ogo,oee popolatibs area in metropolitanChicago. It might presage an era where sports teams wouldhe playing to empty seats in their studia while attendance of

- plus-millions woald be paying a monthly fee to he.slttmg Istheir homes and watching Chicago's sports teams perform.-That O very definite possibility for the tutore el

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International Yearof the Disabled

Niles Village Clerk Frank C. Wagner ¡s shown with Ms. SusasSuter, coordinator from the Governor's office for the InternationalYear of Disable- Persons and Ms. Susan Flowers, Director ofProgram operations for the U.S. Conseil forthe IYDP.

Clerk Wagner ìs the liaison person representing the Village ofMiles in the observance of the International Year of Disabled Per-Sons. The parpooe of the observance io to encourage and helppromote poblic wsdemtanding regarding the needs of disabled per-sono.

Some of the other goals for the IYDP are improved acceso tohoming, buildings and transportation; greater opportnnity for em-ployment; greaterparticipalionin recreational, social and caltnral -

. - activities; and the expansion of international ¡ssfsrmation and ex-perienceto tsenefitall disabled persons.

LW library participates -

in Health Fair -

The reference staff of the Lin- a variety of questions on healthcolowood Uhrary, 4000 W. Pratt, care and related topics. Games -wilt pacticipate in the Lincoln- for children and diet tipo onwood Health Fair, to he held on reosahle bookmarks will alsoJane t at the Lincolnwood highlight the lihrary's hooth.schools. Have yonc qomtiens ready and

A demonstration of cam- try to puzzle the computer onputerized "on-lise" reference Saturday, Jane f at the Healthservice, inclading the ose of Fair! -

Lockheed data hases, wilt answer -

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CHUCK 10% LEAN

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COD FILLET - $'149CUTLETS L LB,

CHICKEN or TURKEY $)79-

LLB.Our Own Deluxe

CHEDDA BURGERS-$729

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SchwiPs Poultry & Meat Co.7221 N. Hartetis Avenue, Niles

Open Mon. - Sat 9-6Ws R 555,55 The RIgHTs LireS Qs,nsisiss 647-9264

And C ssmo Prin5ie5 Errors 947,93Q4

Kite Day atThe MortonGrove Bank-Kite Day tU take place at The

Morton Grove Bank drive-inlocated at 7310 W. Dempster onSaturday, Jane t from 9 am. tonaos.

Each Child accompanied by anadolt ovifi receive a free kite.This invitation in aped toeveryone. It gives os another ap-portnñityto say "Thank Yso' forallowing us to serve you io yourcommunity.

Research-teamto stUdy heartattack victims"Cas heart attacks he preves.

ted by lowering cholesterol?"TIsaI is the question posed by ateam of doctors conducting anational study on the relationshipbetween cholesterol and heartdisease.

"Heart disease is the leadingcasse of death and dinahility inthe United Staten," said Dr,-Henry Buchwald, head of theTwin Cities based study. Nearlyall heart disease resslts fromatheroscertosis, or. hardening ofthe arteries -. the tobes whichmost continually supply bloodcontaining life-giving oxygen andnourishment to the heart andother organs. Atherosclerosisgradisally thickens and narrawsarteries antS blood can no longerflow through them; the result ofthis narrowing in usually acuteillness, the most prevalent ofwhich ivaheart attack.

-- According to Dr. Buchwald,cholesterol, - fatty substance, infound iso diseased arteries andmayrepresent a clue to the causeo atherosclerosis. Also, theamount of cholesterol found inour blood can predict, somewhat,hsw likely we are to have heartattacks. Facin such as thesehave hid many doctors in suevarious means to lower bloodchuleslerol its their patients; it is-51W uncertain, however, whethersuch lowering can actuallyprevent heartattacks. -

The University of Missnesotaresearch team lu now seeking io-dividuals from 29 through f4years of age who have had onlynue heart attack os the past byears with os history of heurtsurgery, diabetes or stroke. Such -individuals may obtain-more in-formation about the stody bycalling the University of Min.nesota Hyperlipidemia Studycollect at 612-3H-4494.

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Subscription rate (in advance)Per single copy 25One year $7.50Two years $t4.tRThree years $19.00t year Sealer Citizen $0.06tyear )ont-of-caimty) $18.00I year )foretga) $St.10

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The l6year old Maine East student who confessed to starting theMarch 16 fire in the high school basem*nt pleaded guilty duringhlsrecent trial. Following the $oveoiletrial theysuth was sentenced toan undetermined sentence in the jovenile correction facility indownstate St. Chartes. The student appàrently had a history ofserions hehaviorat problems and was perznanentty assigned to aclass for oneh studenin at Maine East. The fire, which caused up to25S,toe damage, was set while 2,700 students were in the -

buitdisg....Aisd Des Plaines Police report that two Maine Weststadestu charged with vandalizing the school library on March 15go on trial beginning Tuesday, Jane 9 in Des Plaines. The ntndeninare accmed of cansiog nearly $10,000 damage ta the libraryfollowisg their going os a destructive rampege after breaking intothe sehml in themiddie oftheo)ght.

The next bearing In the James Kurtzer raser the Nileulte accusedof sexually molesting a 6 year old girl in the Lawrencewood Shop-ping Coster, is uchedsled for June 25. Kurtzer, who has pleadedguilty, could he sentenced to 6 years imprisonment on the Claus Xaction churgein - -

The NUes Police Department recently annouuced the promotionof Lt. Ruy GiovandO to Commander of the Investigative Divisionfilling the vacancy created bythe death of Lt. John Christie. Is od.dition, promotedto sergeast were John Kat000lias, Dan Halley andChuckGiovanelli. -

The Noes Chamber nl Commerce & Industry's anaaal golf eatingwas blessed with ose of the nicest days this year. Last Monday'souting al Elmhurot Country Club was headed by Chamber DirectorGinger Troiani who ran the affair with the decorumfor which he'smost noted. The prizes douated by the local merchants, a fantasticdinner asd a beautiful day made it one of the most memorable golf

- outings sponsored by the Chamber. The rays of the sua were mootevident on Keith Peck, Hiles Public Works Director and BillMorrison ofW. W. Graingerwho literally were 'blooming'.

Oar al Niles' busiest senior rilizeiss, George Hall, startled all hisfriends at the SIJ 55 Plus Club aod the SJB Golden Agers by an-n000cing that he and his lovely wife, Cornue, were moviog tuDeliary, Florida ut the cod of June. It seems daring a recent tripdown south, they came upon an area they both liked, found a 'per-feet little nest' und made the momentous- decision after losingmany nights sleep. As GeÓrge said, "My heart will sever leaveNiIm." George and Corrise have hoes very influential in makingthe senior clubs the success they have been in NUes und we're surethe senior dab in Florida, which George has already checked out,willhesefit tremesdouslyfcom these transplanted Nilesites.

Parchase Mlles pont tebeas before Friday, Jane I and boy themat last year's prices. Savings are $5 op to 2 people, $10 for 3 ormore....LadiesSumsuer Stretch and Tose clauses begin Jane 0.Register insasediately....Girls' 12 joch houseleague ssfthatl beginsJane S....Two new indoor husebuil batting cages at Ballard SportsComplex. New batting cage set will he delivered Friday. Cageswill be opeu nest week.

NUes rat prohlem in the ChesterfieldTnwuhs,sue area no bogs'exists; accordmg to Todd Buvaro, NiIm Direcinr of Housing. Oneand-u.half sanco pockets of Tatuo G were placed in burrows jo thearea which were believed responsible for hilling the rudenta andridding the area of the problem....Bavaro will go into court thismoroiog (Thursday) and ask the judge to dismiss charges againstthe Chesterfield resident who cleaned up hin yard o) bird see&,which previsasly may have attracted the rato. Bovaro said theresident was most éooperatjve und he will ask for dismissal of anychurges....Aa fo lb. black Labrador dog died in the area the pastcouple of days but Bavaro, after checking with a toxicologist, sujdno dog of that size coald have died from the poison. Lack ofvomiting indicatectthe dog's dealhwas from other causes.

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Studostr have ose lust choosein register-foe the 1981 summeroessioo st Oolitos ComsosuuityCollege.

Loto eeg)stratjos is scheduledfoe 90 in lt n.m. md 6-30 in 6-30p.m., Jons 15-17 at 0CC/DesPintons, 1600 East Golf rd., sudOCC/Skokis, 7701 Liucolsi ave.

The - regulae ejgkt-weehsummer seasjon begins Jane lbnod eutin August 6.

Doy mid evening college andsniveratty transfer, collagepreparation, and occupationalelaseen will he offered atOCC/FDaa Flameo andOCC/Skokie. Potion for eesidentaof ike Onbinn district in 512 persemester hour.

For further infoeivation, call0CC/Des Plaiues at 635-1700 oeOCC/Skobin at 635-1975. - -.

Skokie Parksgolf tourney

The Shokte Park District willhold in Aussal lpr)sg Golf Tour-nameot on Saturday nod Sauday,June 6 & 7, from 7 n.m. until duskat Weber Park Golf Course, 9300

- N. Bronx St. No pee-registrationis necessary, all you have to do isplay golf os either one of the twotournament days.

Enter several categories, playa moud uf golf with your son ordaughter. . Eujay the fun thisweekend at Weber Park.Refreshmenin will he served.Gotfclubsand cartunré availablefor rental.

Weber Park Golf Course islocated behind the Skatlom atChurch and Gross Poist Roads.For additional information call076-1560.

ThuTId.y,J.104. 1161

-iCarol Verson

. HIS-AND HERS:Do We Throw in theTowel or Put Our

¿ - Brains Together? -

I don't bate ment -I don't even dislike them! I simply don't an-derstand that other half of the species called hom*o napien. I'dreally like to, hut there seems to be a problem. It can be explainedby that old familiar catch-werdt COMMUNICATION! I know, allwe have to do in oit down to talk, in air our grievances and we'reO.K. But, did you realize that mes and womeu speak and think intwo different languages? Yes, it's true. Hang los there and I'llilluminateeardilensma. -

Being with a man, I have remarked tomy friends, inlihse being ioa foreign cannery. There's the exhilaration, the challenge, the cou-treat olviewo, nOMe styles, theselfdiucovery, buthemightas wellhe speahiag Swahili er Kurdish! And it's net sa mock the wordswhich issue from bis mouth, hat a total world viewa perception ofrealitya way-sf thinking which either makes me incredibly angryormakes me giggle audermybreath.

Yès,-1 know. During courtship there's never a problem withmabe-femalecenversatius. We aretoehmyinspreooing each ether,discovering eachother; all uf which in sustained by seosial tension.

-Bot somewhere along life'S craggy read we disroverthatMr. Righthas a flaw; well, he has a problem. lt in catted "male couver-

-satiooal dyofunctios." It's not treated by Mdsters and Johnson.It's osually not eves tatkwi almut. I wilt enlighten you with a has-

-dy-dandygsiidetoitasYmPtemu. -

An rxpr055ion...on opinion...-

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° point of nico,...

- Columnist1. When discossiogairontrOveraiot subject with a mao and hem

praveuWrOng, he will never admit ta being in errar. His need toprotect his machs ego will aupersesle his discovery of the truth;erge,mulishatobheruess and inflexibility.

S. Men often do net realty listen when women speak (however,they de perk up when another mau is speaking). The usual reopen-se igetther an uninspired nod, a 'hmzauumnsifl', or switching gearstoanother subject. -

Meo are deficiei9t in both demonstration of non-verhal corn-maidcatioO (and I don't mean tuochy-feeties) and in reading non-verbal communication. Because-sf woman's passive role she hasbees acculturated to read the non-verbalu. (facial expression,gesture, pesture( while sitting back and admiring man's active,aggressive role. - -

MeO cou and wifi talk at great length if they set the terms ofthe conversation. If women try ta control the subject of cosver-sutton, men will 'he-hum' for a bit (to tahe a breather( and thenswiog tite cnnveruationar000dtOtheirsWi5interesta. -

Mea areofteuvery iosecurewhestallsing with'warnen and GodForhid...they wiulrarely sharetheir atfeeliugs Tashow feelings,to crywould mean that the male in vulnerable; thathe is notprotectedby a su)tofdrmor,thathe ina flawedhsman hemg.

Men somehow believe thata conversatlonrnsst he cemhative,jost like all the other activities for which men are teamed.Therefere, we engage in the verbal counterpart of the powerstruggle and esdwtth "ooe-opsmatsship." -

In grespsof people, meo will must often tallo about themselveste mostrate their aggremivesess er superiority. Women talk leus

- about themselves (except ta show emoffen(, but they are musellketyto discuss hanson relationships.

S. In a ose-te-une conversation, female talk isdevoted to drawing -the mon out. She asks questions, introiltiem many suhjecin uutd he

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3An Indtrprz,dornf Co.e.ssne.ify Nrsrsp,zaper dizuabliohed in 1957 9863900

- Move to prevent DiSIIiCt 63 from selling schooI

Nik -tightens zoninglaws on. sehoó1Looking Back-

in The Bugle13 Years Ago (Jnne)

Walter Lang, first Nitepitekilled in Viet Narn...Notre DameHigh memorial dedicated forfermer graduates who died inNam War.- They include JamenDooahoe, Jr., Gregory Kasper,Walter Nowakewoki, DennisFries, Robert Bodiae, and BrianMathioon...lS011 Illinots JuniorMiss conteat to be held isNileu...Letter-to-KditOr writeraccuses Bogie publisher of"buying off the Mayor and mostof the,board" because of his for-mingHumanRelatioss CnuucilinNUes. In not toe sshlle a corn-ment he wonders if editar favorsopen housing for Arabs since hefavors it in Hiles and MortonGraveSt. Lobe's Church groan-dbreaking June ' 9...VilIgemeteorologist Mike Pysnoreceives award fròrn Riles afterserving7 yearn in thatpost. He inquittiugtogo nffto college...

Blase- running for 10thcangressional distriçt delegate toDemocratic National Conven-tioo...Sen of top crime syndicatechieftain found guilty ofa*ggravated- battery afterausaulting Lady of Ransom malegym teacher...Schreiner electedto 4th term as park hoard

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Nues Eventsplans giganticflea market

Household articles, dishes,gadgets, games, toys, books,records, clothing, trinkets,collectibles - new Ond used ' willbe offered at the Outdoor FImMarket te be held no June 20 andSt at 9229 Milwaukee Ave. (for-merly Golf-Mill Dodge( from 6am. in4 p.m.

The marhet Is opes in boyero,sellera, individoabo asdorgaoizationo Fill your ear ortouch with your treasures andjuoque from the attic, basem*ntand garage and plan ou beingwhere the action is. Shop,browse, vintI asd meet yournetghhora. Sandwiches andrefreshmenti will be served allday. These will he rides for thechildren.

Corne one-cnme all. Come as aboyer. Come an a seller. ButCOME ta the All American Ctty

- Outdoor Flea Market ou June 20& 21.

For more information, call Don-att92-4233 orTerry al 332-1357.

The Riles Zoning Board ap-proved the re'wòrdiusg of Rileszoning ordinances on Mondaynight to further enpress thevillage's desire that East MaineDistrict 03 Ont sell its publicschools tocatedinNites.

Among the changesunanimously approved was in-eluding the word "puhlic' to is-elude alt public elementary,jsniar high schools 'and highschools.

Under carrent zoning lawsthose schmls which must receivespecial use 00010g permissionfrom the village are onlyparochial schoalu. However, as aresslt of - laut Mouday night'smeeting, "sos-public" and"private" schooluhove also beenincluded in the special usecategory.

Io effect, these zoning changeswill mean that if a school in sold,fur instance, in a private school,the new owners would have toi'eceive permission from thevillage in roo such a school fromwhat formerly was a publicschaut. -

Befare these changes becomelaw, they will have to be ap-proved by the Niles VillageBoard.

Riles village officials, par'ticularly Mayor Nicholas Blase,have receutly made repeatedstatements urging District 63 sotto sell public schools in Riles Ai-1er receiving word that Dintrtct

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by Beh Besser

63 was considering selling OakSchool in Niles, Blase sent a let-ter to the school beard urgingthcrn to consult with the vifiagebefore such as undertaking.Blase has seid he io disturbedthat the selliog of public schuolswill make Niles less attractive to-young cooptes looking lo move in-to a cosunsooity with schoolssitualed seartheir homes.

Commenting ou the possibilitythat schools could he closed, JoeSalerno, Ntles Director ofBuilding and Zoning, said, "Wedon't want them to sell theschmls. We want them to rentthem." District 03 is currentlyrenting five clooed schools tovarious organizations. Of theseclosed schools,only Oak School isnot completely rented.

District 63 has not announcedtheirplamfor the closed schools.However, school beard memberNonnan Padnos has said the

- beard will rneet in October todiscuss the status of the closedschools.

Referring to the outspokenconcern of Riles officials, Potionssaid the school and the vifiate of-ficialu"...are interested in ourresidents and both of us have towork for the well-being of theseresidents." Padres noted RibesMayor Blase "has always beencooperative withus inthe post."

Saleruosaidhe thought District63 would have a difficult time

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The track team of NuIre Dame High School won the OpenDivision ofthe Don Retays.

Shown above are (l-r( J'ois Les, Rites, first place in sulle ran;Coach A.J. Kozole; JiaKowalczyk, Riles, first place inpele vault.Holding thetrophy is Toto Naughtos, Chicago, team captain.

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At the Niles Park Board Meeting on March 17. the NUes ParkDistrict Board of Commissioners hoaoredSpeedSkater Pat Moore.Pathas beenspeed skating fortho last tenyears. He has competedmternationally winning many awards. Pat is currently ranked thenumberone speedskaterin theUnttedStotes.

Pat was recognized bythe Park District for bis many accom-- ptjshments and honore. Pat has set a standard of enceflence and

- basset an examplefor all young skaters.Pat's future goats ¡nctnde competing throughout the world and

participatinginthe l9a4 Winter Olympics.- Shown aboyo from loft to right is Steve Chameruki Park Corn-

missioner, Dan Kosiba Park Board President, Speed Skater PatMoore, Walt Beusse and Elaine Helnen Park Commissioners andJeffArnald Park BourdVice President.

Diabetes and Hypertensionscreening

Your social security number isyaur key to future protectionagainst toss sr reduction of in-corne for yuu or your family dueto your retirement, disability, ordeath.. Your future social securitybenefits will be based on the.record ofearnings kept under thenumber shown on your socialsecarily card. Many people havethe same name, hut each personhun his sr her own social securitynumhor. That number separatesysurrecord from over 200 millionother records.

To be sure that you receiveproper Credit for your earnings,ysú should always show yoursartal security card to your em-player and make sure the em.ployer copies your name andnumber exactly as shown on thecard. Tins will help avoid anymistakes when your employer

- reportsyour income.You should also double check

the sociatsecurity nombec shownonyoorW-2 form. Iffisat numberis wrong, you may not receiveCredit for yosr earnings. So youshould immediately notify yoscemployer of any error in yourname ornumber. -

When you receive your socialnecurity curd, you should save

- the stub," keeping it with other- important papero. If you lose

The Health - and Physical Junel7from9:3O-ll3Oa.m. - yotlrsocialsecacitycard,youcooEducation Dept.- al Mayer -Those interested in par- hrmg the stuh and ideotificatiooKaplan J.C.C., 5050 Church st., ticipaling io the screening must -

to auy social secuflty office loSkokie in cooperation with the , register in advance by slopping apply for a replacement card.Shokie Board ofHealth is offering - in ut tIse J.C.C. oc by calling 675. Huvmg the stub can expedite thea Diabetes and Hypertension 2200, enL203. -

processing of your replacement -screening program Wednesday, - caÑ. -Your new card will show

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Need extra credit?New/ob skills?College preparation?

Takê-a clas.s -

atOakton: this summer

Final registration for the eight-week summer sessionMonday and Tuesday,

June 8 and 9. lOa.m.-l2000nand5:30-1:30p.m. -

Late registration: JLne 15, lßand 17- 10-11 a.m.and5:30-6:30p.m.

Day ood evocing clàsseo ¡n college/orsiversily transferCourses, occupational programa, und college preparation willbe offered at both 0CC/Des Plaines and OCC/Skokie.

For informalioi, call 0CC Admisnioss Office at 635-1 700 (DesPlalneo( or635-1975(Skokie(. -

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SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL

. A variety of interesting and popular. films will he presentedduring the summer foc seniors at the Morton Greve Senior Ces.ter. Slarting on Friday, May 29 at lr3O, 'TheSeund of Music"will leadotftbe seriésofmostblymatinees. TbeFeotìvul will hein laliswing io JuseaodJuly, featuring "The,Snnshiné Bayo" onJune 23, 'Harry & Toots" on June 30, Harold & Mande" onJuly 7, and 'The Wild Goose" and "l'lie Violin" on July44. Allshows ace free, but scsioçs should call the Senior Hot-Line, 965-4658 for a reservation, oeatisg capacity islimited tothe first sin-ly wbocall. -

- CHOILESERVICE

Mortos Groveoeniscs (age 65 and oven can tákeadvantageofthis service throughout the spring and summer. Chores such aslawn Care asd house cleaning ace provided at nu cost (pragramcostribùtions are accepted. Work begins on May I. Far an ap-pointmeotcall the Village Hall at 965-4100.

"A Comtngofa*ge...andStill Growing " , the secondannual jobfair for workers past 50 will be held on June 9 from 10 to 2:30 utthe Chicago Public Library Coltural Center, 78 E. WashingtanStreet. This isa unique opportsnity to learn about jab prospects,meet interested employers, contact oenior emplayment ser-vicen, asd attend job preparation wsrkshspu. For mare miar-matiOs callOOl-5448. - - - -

FREE HEARING TESTS

t'erbapsyou have nolicedat one time branotherthat a persanwith whom you were talking was embarrassed bymisuing partof the conversation, or a word here and there. Perhaps you,, yourself, have had the experience of missing-part of-a-generalcsnversatiun, especiallyin a group. This cauldhappen ta peoplewith normal hearing, but when it occurs frequentlyit may in-beate a hearing bm. Free hearing tests will be conducted by

the Chicago Hearing Society on June iL The screenings wilttake place at the Morton Grove Senior Center, 6105 Capulina,from 111a.m. toS p.m. andareavailuble toallreuidents. Appain-

- tmentu are required, so call the Seiner Hot-Line at 965-4658,- weehdayoo am. benson.

ARTHRITIS

Someday you or someone in your family may suffer fromar-thrills. There are moco than a hundred ways in which peoplecan he os afflicted, Common misconceptiom about this disèaueincloder it is not serious, it has na effectivetreatment, it only' strikes the elderly, und it can he cured with home remedieu.1These are all falue. The Morton Greco Health Department will

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be sponsoring a special lecture on Arthritis. as-June at 7:30p.m. m the Bunter Room ofthe Morton Grove Library. Ms, An-

- ne Robinson of the Arthritis Foundation will be the speakar far- thiu free pcogramtoall rmidentu. - - -

WHATIS LAETRILE?

Laetrile is a product name gives the chemical omygadalin.The amygdalin sued in the production of Laetrile tu extractedfrom apricot pits. It is correnuy packaged either_in tablet formOr lii vials of liquid for injectius. tt was described as a cancerremedy as early as the 1920's by its "discoverer", ErnstT.Krebs, Sr. Krebs argued that cancer wan a single disease, andthata single agestcould wipe it sut. Is fact, cascer is a group ofover 100 different diseases. 0f 50 proven aotrcasccr drugs, noose drug is effective against more than a few fones of cancer.The Americas Cancer Society, along with the Food and DrugAdministration, and all major cancer centers and cancerresearchers, totally reject Laetrile as a ssbstasce of any benefitis the treatment of cancer. Legalization will Introduce an un-proven therapy, will defraud the public, cas endanger the livesof countless per0050...and can opes the door uovo agais to csun-fleos, worthless "remedies". - For more isformatios about..Laetrije call the North Shore Unit of the Americas CunocrSociety, 1618 Orringtsu Ave., Evanston, pbane:328-5l47.

SENIOR CITIZEN PHONE DINECIORY

Anewphsne directory has beencreatedjiiutfor Morton GroveSenior Citiuem. -The Directory c*ntainu addresses und phonenumbers ot agencies and servire organizations that provideassistance Is seniors. The Directories are free and can be eh- -tained at the Senior Center of the Village Hall, sr by calling theVillage Hallatoos-4l00. -

Fr additional information about these and other Senior. Programu, cullthe Morton Grave Senior Hot Line, weekdays, 9

.am. untilnuon, 965-46M, or Bud Swanson, SeniorServices Coon-dinator attheVillage Hall, 965-4l00 -

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Church &TemSt. Ansëlm 's

Ännùàl Lobster Sale"The St. Anseim's Episcopal

Church's chapter of theBrotherhood of St. MUIre* an-nouncesc The Fôurth AnnualLobuter Sa1e to be held on thechurch grounds Saturday, JunelOfremllnoonto5p.m. TheW.pound Lobsters may be pnr-

'chased either live or cooked foradonation of $7 and $1 -renpec-

The funds generated from thesale are used for the church'scommunity añd outreachprograms. This year's salespothghts the parish sponsoredday care centèr, 'A Place for.Kids', located at St. Anselmo.The parish brotherhood chaptersupports the Brotherhood of St.Andrew Endowment Fund for

Messiah-Luthèran. Award Sunday- Sunday, June 7, will be thelastday. of the Sunday School year atMessiah Lutheran Church, 1t05Vernon, Park Ridge. It will beobserved by having an AtIendan-ce Award assembly of the entireSunday School during the regalarSunday School time of 945 am.Superintendent ilasset Raymondwill present pins to those whohave missed no mora than threeSssdays dsmg the year; andwill give Certificates ofPromotion to aU of the students.Eaóh class will, present- anillsstralion of as importantspiritoal truth they have learned.Mimic aube ledcallecthfely, and -

individually by clasSes, by NancyByrne, rnssical director, andCharlotte Edahl, piano accom-pasist. The Rev. Gayles Gilber-taon is pastor of Messiah andJeanelte Tesoow is director ofCbristian edacation.

the day care center. This is ascholaruhip - program faryoungsters, in the day careprogram, wham families are an-dergoing short term financialstress or who, in some way, haveo financial need for assistance.

Past support of the tabulerSale from the Park Ridge andsurrounding north and noithwentcommunities has been tremen-;dons, with an even greater tar-nnntenpectedtbisyear. Advanceorders, only, will be token at thechurchfromla.m. toI p.m. June1 toJune 12. Orders can be madeIn person at the church affice,located at lg N. Greenwood,Park Ridge, er by phone at 025-5011. . -

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Tuesday- evening warship hanbegun at Edison Pärk LutheranChurch and wiR continne throsgbthe Labor Day weekend. Theevening servicP begins at 73Op.m. -

Pastor Thomas Honshaldersaid "This willenable those whocannot attend the Sunday wor-ship, becasse of work schedsies,vacations of illness, tohear theSunday Sermon." Now, there isno seed to miss out on the war-ship life- of Edison Pak,

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MTJCThe Major 2 day Feslival of-:

Shavsot begins at sosdowñ onJune 7. ServIces will be at MaineTownship Jewish Congregation,tfOOBallard Rd., Des Plaines atllp.m. followed by a holiday din-ner. Reservations are reqnlredfor thin meal. Services on Mon.Jonc I and Tacs. June 9 begin at5-30 am. The Yiskar Memorial -Service in Tseaday June 9 at ap-pronimately lFa.m. A completeearly service in the chapel, in-clading Yiskor begins at 5-30am onJane9.,.

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Congregation-Adas Shalom

Congregation Adas Shalom willhold FrIday Evening Family ser-vices starting at O p.m. In thesynagogue at 6945 W. Dempater,Morton Greve. Everyone is In-vOted to attend with RabbiluraelParush officiating and an OnegShabbat - wifi follow. Satardaymorning somera begIn at 9 am.witha Kiddush after services.

Services for the holiday ofShuvout will be held In theapnagogae on Sunday, June 7 atOp.m. Rabbi Porush will also con-doct services on Mnnday, June OAt 9 am. Ou the SmI doy ofShavaot, Tuesday, June 9, ser-vices begin at 9 am. with Ylzkor(memorlall prayersat 15-3f am.

Fall registration fer SundaySchool classes is now being arecepted and daines are openle allregardless of synagogue af-filiation. For additional infor-motion, please call Ogf0023.

Adas Shalom is a . moderntradltiounl synagogue offering awide range of religious,placational, cultural und socialactivities. If yes wish -to beplaced on ourmailing list or wantmoPir information, pleané call

-Harvey Wittenberg at 445-31M or965-1880.

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Friday evening, June-I at 5-11p.m.- at Northwest -SabarbanJewish- Congregation, 7800 W.

,'L'ona, Morton Grove, theHebrew School will have its

: Gradsatioa daring the eveningservi'ces. - Mr. Aaron Klein,Edúcational Director and Mrs.Elisé Goldberg, School Board:Chairlady will handle thegradaation. Rabbi Lawrence H.Charney and Cantor Joel J. Ren-nickwill rondad theserviceu.1 -

Saturday morning at 5-30 am.Joel-Wasserman will be Bar Mit-scab and Rabbi Charney willdeliver the charge sod CantorRe.nick wiliehantthelitsrgy.

Sunday morning Services willbe held at 9 a.m and at 12 noonSisterhood Culminating Lan-cheón wilt be held in the Fried-man llocial Hall. -

Senior Friendship Group willmeet an Tuesday at 12 noon, andall balata are invited to attend.Vos do:not have-be be a member

.of our Congregation to join thisgroap. -

St. Luke 's THo1dSummer Fest

On Saturday, José 6, St. Luke's-

United Cburchof Christ lu haviaga Sammer Fest. It is being heldat the church, 9233 Shermer Rd.,Morton Grove from 4 to 8 p.m.

Activities will inclnde games, aoilent aaction, and a hake tele.There also will be food and enter-tainment. There wi1l be fun foraUages!

NTJC hostspie iiotes 'Breakfast with Rabbi

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JewishCangregatlon will nupportthe 1981 CampaIgn of the JewishUnited Fund - Israel EmergencyFumi at a "Breakfast with :theRabbi", Sunday, June 14, at 10

. am., In the Coiigregatlnn, 49M -w. DempoterutSkohie. .: RabbiNell BrleflsthelpirltOaltaaderoftheCongregaUOfl i

Captain Israel AmitOl.. anIsraeli Journaliut, televiniacdirector, producer and ail autiste.-political analyst will : -ASabra, Amital joined theHagaoah, the Iinael Undrgrawsd at age 10. -Durli-;World -War U, he served In the -British Army and when-Iurael'nindépendence was declaredheentered the Israeli Army. whineherase to the rank-of Captain.Following the war Ainitat -became a binadcaut jaurnolist,and one of the-first editors of tbeluraeli Defense Farce radio net-work. Later he was editor of -"Gayar", the leading hebrew

- daily and "OVar Hashnva" the-Illustrated magazine. Atisome In -ohs langungeu, Amitai bas lee'tnred extensively on the Mid-

dIe Bastare sitnation, in North,SoathondCentrolMner.ca.

According to Dr. Leslie J. San-dlow, Chairmad - of theCongregation's JUF Committee,funds raised will be aued by the

First Baptist Church.

of Park Ridge-Vacation Bible School at the Christ" that First Baptluiisasing

First Baptist Charch of Park is the Amen Coart. .me AunenRidge, Potter and Northwest Conrt is a gathering place,for theHighway, will be held June 15-19 children daring their Bible llcbòoldaily from 9:30 am. to noon. All honro. Ceistered-around thechildrenages4thronghtthgrade "Christ -Well" - ore --aaro welcometoattend. - - rneetinghouue for ninging and

Preceding the Bible lebtet sollt rapping, a jubilee -corker, abe a "Bring-a-Boddy, Breab-o- grace-place, a vindyard,: and aRecord Rally" in the church saintway. Each is ainñter of oc-parbing lot at 3 p.m. on Sunday, tivitiesoach aocraftu,ganses,-anJune 14. All children graden one Africao dance, gardenisg; t-shirtObro gh Sm O invited to try te mohsngandsna bu

-set nome new world records in Mro. . Donald- -Lämken is;leapfrogging, ropejunuping, golf, naperiiitendeist ofVlilluith Mrs.ball balo ng raises rac ng Ruhm Peiner coo dinatmg thebasketball shoRing, etc. Par- Rally and the AmenCourt. Coott ¡punIs will ecelve andy bars for the sessi no is $5 er no moreauprioes. - - : thau$lßperfamily:.(TheSundoy

An anasual feature of the Rally in free.) --Call tlie.cluinéhBible School carriPalum c&lei -(692-6191) nr Mm: Lambin (tOI-God n P ople-Together n 3504( to register

-- Father Clark to join LGH : : -.- -

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JOJF-IEF to help-supportmigration and resettieiyent ofJewish refugees framthe SoviettInto and other-nations, relief

- andwelfare prograiiss:for needy- Jews in linaeland-2 óther-tonthaverneas, social welfain, healthand educational services -in

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SMossa Shunter in the HanzanatNilesTównsblp,JackG: Steinis President and CyrilG. Olilbominthe EnecotFvefllrector..

flic 16ev. William Clank will - thoology degree from st:'Muiy ofjota the PastOzaI Care - staff of the Lake Sosnininy, Mundoloin. -Lotheran Gennrot Hospital, Park He taught edacatinn-st St. MaryRidge, in early July. nftlseLke Semina.yfrornl940 to

Father Clark in retiningaftar 13 1948 und servad na associate -

yenro of pastor ofMa.y Seat of paofpr of One lady ibeIp- - of -

Wisdom Parish, Park Ridge. He Christians 6mm 1948 to, 1955. -

will cantinne Oo serva the mm, From 1955 to l965be-taoghtmonity as a chaplain attathoran -momas in thanlogy and macstageGeneral. Rio miniatsy will be atMandoleioCollege. He serveddirected primarily to the osera- au pastor of Dise Lady Gate 0fmenthlneedoofCatholicpationtn. HeavasPaniobfeom 1965 lo 1808.

FatherClark baldo a mantees of -In 1968 be succeeded Falber. Ededscatioa degree from tapota Dowlisgas pastorofMary Seat of-University und a master of Wiadun Punish. - -

John R. Emerson -

Siriani, Jebe R. Emerson, -sonof Eilisie A. Emerson of 9000 GottTerrace, Des Plaines, bas rom--pletodAir Force basic training atLacklandAirForcellane, Tenas.

The airman, isba is repsainingat Laeklaod for npecializedtraining in the security policefield, tudied the - Air Farcemission, organization---andcustoms and received np-clot In-utzuctluninhumaareintionu.

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- Elisabeth Barbera Borte, 62, ofNilm died en Friday, May 29 inher home. Mrs. Barte (necPeters) was bern Dec. 9, 1910 inillinois. She issarvived by herhunband Edward and was thedevoted mnther al Arlene(Richard) Lowe. Dear, sister ofSteveandthe late Zenoffand fondcousis of Nancy, Funeral Masswas celebrated on Monday, JuneI at St Isaac Jogaeo Charch,Nilen fram Skaja - TerraceFuneral Home, Nilen. IntermentwasinSl. Adalbert's cemetery.

-Lucille M. SwansonLücille M. Swanson, 08, of Niles

died on Thursday,- May 28 Inlutheran GenetalHospital. Mrs.Swanion (nec March) wan bersApril 4, 1901 in Wiuconoin. Shewas the loving wlfc of the lateErneni W. and-devoted mother ofWilliam. (Bsttty), Donald(Lorraine), Clayton (Jeanette),Lacille (William), O'Hara aadRaben (Icarolyn). Fond grand-mother of 19 and great-grandmother of 1.- FaneraI Maaswancelebrated on Saturday, May30 at St. JObO Brebeaf Ckorch,-Niles from Skaja TerraceFuneral Home, Nites. - Intgementwas in SI. Joseph cemetery,RiverGrove. '

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Cella Hansen, Director nf thebank's Sonnynider Clab ounoan-ces a new trial sunnysider mcm-beruhip off er.

If yoa are 55 years of age orbetter, we want to give yon theopportunity to join Oar club on asis month trial basis for a fee of$10. This woald entitle you lo allthe benefits and the Ohance totobe advantage of the many andvaried oatside the banh evento wewill be offering.

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This trial membership in beingoffered to non-customers andMacton Grove Bank customerswho are-51 yearn of age or betterand are not nunnysider membersatthe present time.

For fall details or to requestsunnysider information, callCelia Hansen or customer serviceottO-1900. Ifyna wish to came inand discaux the SunaysiderCIob,We are located -t 8705 N.Wankegan Rd.

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At Loyola, Komhouniaa woo nmember of 1ko aecial work club.

ABur geaduation Kourbousiunplunuta attend graduato school atloyola ta obtain a mauleendegree in social work.

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Provenzano of !i1es on Sunday, April 12renewed their vows of 60 years of marriage with a Mass at OarLady ofPompeii Church io Chicago.

A reception was gwen io their honor by their children, Camine,Janice and Michael Benedict at the Chateau Rito io NUes. Theyhave three grand-children, Laureo Fronces, Michael Edward and

. Brian James.

How do children cope?Middle-aged children of the

commonity tcyiog to cope. withtheproblems ofa*gingparcnts areinvited to join others in similarciccamstOOces seeking solotisosand exomining feelings at the

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free open-discussion oponnoredby the Goldman Home for TheAged sspport group os Sunday,

- Jane 5, l3O am. at the Home,intl W. Toahy. For information,catt 647-9575.

Doughnut DayNues Chairman

- Geraldine E. Eugarin will ser-ve as Chairman of The SalvationArmy 000ghnot Day tagsolicitation in Niles.

The fnodroising effort in Nilesis being sponsored- hy theWoman's Club of Niles. Thin isMs. Bagarino 3rd year asChairman.

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LEGAL NOTICE tu the public that il has filed with- the Illinois Commerce Corn-

NOTICEOF PUBLIC HEARING ON BUDGETAND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR l9tl-82

Notice is hereby given by Ihn Board of Education, School DistrictNomber 63, Cooh County, Illinois, thai o tentative budget and ap-propriotion ordinance for said School District for the finçot yearbeginning July t, 1981, will he vn filé and conveniently svàitable to -publie inspection st the Office of Ihe Beard nf Education, lfl5O DeeRood, Des Plumes, Illinoin fftlf, from and after the 29th doy ofMay, 1f81. . -

Notice is hereby fnrther given lhot o public hearing os the budgetund appropriation ordinance will be held at 7U0 s'clocb P.M. on the30th doy of June, l9ft in the Apollo School, lOttO Dee Road, MaineTownship, IlBooiu, in this school district. -

tDatedtbis 26th day sfMay, 1981. ------, - -

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oaed bf Edscslinn- - School District ff3

Cooh Coosty, Illinois

- Sn/Richard M. Smith

President, Board of Edavalisn -

n/James E. Batees -

-Secretary, Board of Edacation

LutherinWomen hostFashion Show

A Fashion Show will be thehighlight ofthe Candlelight Salad

- Boffet sponsered hy the LstheranChorch Women of Hofy TrinityLntherao Charch, Glenview.Fanhions will he from Parsons ofParb lidge, with commentary by.Mr. Fred Parsons.

The event will tobe place Thor-nday, June lt at f:30 p.m. at thechnrch. Ticket information may

, he obtained from Carol Hastings,724U727 or the chsrch office, 724-nef.. NuesHomemakers UnitThe Nitos Homemakers Unit

will meet on, Wednesday, June10at 12:30 p.m. at the Riles Cam-msnity Chsrck, 74f1 Oahlon,Riles. Following the bssioesomeeting the lessôn "SpecialDiets" win he given by GraceTheis. -

This month the women will heworking on 'Yaro Beam' for thefall craft show. We will also hemaking plans for sor aunual pic-nic. This ia a very friendly groupofwomen and always welcomenewpeople.

Summertime- - emergencies

Heat exposure, drowning andallergic reaction to insect stings

. and plant contact will he some of- the-topics discsuscd al a June 9

freeeommunity health education-program at Saint Francio

- Hospital of Evanston. The"Summertime Emergencies"program wilt he held at 73O p.m.,in the one suath anditorians, 315Ridge Avense, Evanston.

Reservations are needed andcan hemade by calling 492-6173.

I LEGAL NÒTICEPUBLIC NOTICE

Notice of Filing

NORTHERN ILLINOIS GASCOMPANY hereby gives notice

minnien on May 26, 1911,teslisnsny and enhihitu fer con-

- solidatedDochefu 71-O3fS, 10-0203,and 91-013f, setting forth a recon-ciliation of the Company's Pur-chased Gao Adjustment (FOAlrek'enueu with actûalgoscnstu.

Further information with- respect theretomay he obtained- either directly from this-, Corn-pony or by addressln theSecretary of the Illinois Corn-merce Commission atSprbegfie!d, Illinois 62710,

A copy of the filing may he io-spected by,asy interested pai'tyal any husinéos office of, this-Company.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS GAS- COMPANY

- J. M. Qaigley- Senior Vice President

. - and Secrétsry

Legion Auxiliaryvolunteers honoredMany lecaliten were honored in

recent ceremonies held at theHattet Veteran's AdministrationHoepital doeing the annual MoyVoluntenet Ceremony. For the35th year the VA held ase oweedsmmmemoestioo, this year faatsae-ing Hospital Direetor John Featsand Jobo Stamani, Chief ofVoluntary Service there.

Mrs. Josephine Lange ofShabie, a past president of theMorton Grove American LegionAasitiaey snos singled sut for thegrund taint of 15,500 volunteerbourra. She won given tIse VAGold Medallion ExceptionalHonor Award tor this wagnilicontcontribution. Mrs. Lange haslang held the chairmanship ofRehabilitation Chairmen, both ferthe Montan GroOeUoit no wefl nethe 7th District.

Also from theMoolon GeoveUnit, Mrs. Florence La Rassen ofthe village of Morton Grave, wonpresented with the VABreoze Finfor 1,750 hotsrn of service.

Mrs. Lange's co-chairman,Men. Alyee Compunelis, atm ofMorton Grava, onothec Unit #u3dpmt prenidetil, hnd.accomslated5,883 service boors and was alsopeoneoted snuth n pio end certi-11mev for Itas volunteer warts.

Two mero Morton Groveresidents were also honoreddaring the ceremonies foe heviengdevoted 100 hourra noch of their

NSJC NursIfquality edscation in what you

are looking for then NorthwestSuhnrhan Jewish CongregationNunnery inthe pre-nchool for yourchild.

- Al Northwest Sabarhan JewishCongregation Norsery, we helpboys and girls learn. Theprofesnional staff is thoughtfuland enthssiantic, the otraìonpherewaren and relaxed and thessrrnundiog are bright and

. cheerlul. The equipment on ourown playground is the heut. Theresultis busy, happy children.

The program involves creative,c505trnctive and imaginativeplay that will both hroaden andentertain yosur child. For manychildren attending NorthwestSuburban Nsrsery will he an ian-portant factor toward their fur-Iherochosliog. -

We want yoo Is know moreabout our school. Call and let usarrange a personal tour.Discover -the beginning of oquality education for your child.

-Nursery School Srhedntrv

Monday, Wedoendoy, and Friday

Pain Clinic -

opens atSt. FrancisA clinic which will - treat

chronic pain wan opened at SaintFrancis Hospital bI Evanston.Roeben C. Balagot, M.D.,anesthesiologist, indirector nf theprogram. -

A pain clinic provides tom-porary, long or short term relieffrom pois through the sue of nor-ve blocks, oervq sttrnulattsn andhehavioral modification.- The hoopital hegen the clinic as

a service ta those patiente whonoffer from intractahle paio.Many of them are alna beingtreated for medical prohlemsnuch an cancer, arthritis, or car-dlovancalardtuease, -

- For additional lofornsatinn onthe palo qllnic, contact Dr.Balagst at67in4766.

spare time he volonteer hoepital-

worts. The certificateo( appre.ciatton was nwardedte-Mr. LacyAirdo, wIse is an aMene thisenarrentynar in the ¡hait #134; andto Mes. Julie Kaqeten, Aaailia,¡lait #134 retiring president.

The 7th District AmericanLegion Anniliasy is cempeaed toten Auxiliaries reaiding onChicago's north aide andin thenorthern subaelsan area. During

, the award ceremonies, severalladies helongissgto other SeventhDistrict Units werm aise naluleet

These included, BerEtta W6kefor 150 hours; Helen Tomich for300 Isoursl Lois Blair for 1,000

- hones; und- Elivaheth Bonniest,Lindo Byntrem end Ann Kelly aliwith respectively gigantic bournof service; 3,508; J3,445 and4,281. -

During the ceremnniea, thensaster of ceremonies qaetedCharles Kingsley's aeeosagewhich wesen aprapes to the ladyvolvoteers:

"Thank God every morningwhen yos get up that you havesomething to do that day whichment he done, whether you libe itqrnot. Being forced lo warh, andfomed to do year hông, will bloodio yqu temperance and self-contrat, diligence and strength ofwill, cheerfulness, and content

o hundred virtues which theidle never hnow." -

ery Schòolmornings and afternoons for 3 & 4year oldn.

- 5 day mornings and afternoomforetyear olds.

Please register as naon aspmsible and for any further in-formation please call Mrs. RoePerper, Narsery School Directorat 905.0901 who will anststynu ioanywoypoesthle, -- ..

We alsohave avatlahility in ourS Mother-Tot/Pnrent-Tosjdjer Tue.oday and Thursday departmentforthefall. -

Oakton's childcare registration

The Çhtld DevelopmnnlDemonstration Center at OahtanComsonnity College/Dos Platoonstill has opeeiogs foe the 1901aarnenersemester. -

The oeoterin sNoring n nueooryschool pragramtbis sammer fromo Ow. to noon, Mondey undWodoendsy at a cost of $35 amonth. There in $15 eagistration

The program at 0CC/DesPlairons in for-children l'la ta fiveyears old, who ere completelytoilet trained.

Open registration will he holdIJune 8, 9 and 10.

To moho an appaintment, cellPat Koyar, ssperyiner of - thecenter, at 635.1840.

Wèe*iA girl, Loaren alhteen, f lbs.

14 no. en May 3 lo Mr. and Mrs.David Jamen Anderson, 1402 5.Birch, Mt. Prospect. Sinter;

- Carla, 4. Grandparnotu: Mr, andMrs. -Jameu Rowland,-- Lincoln- -wopd and Rev. and Mrs. GloatAnderson, New Yorh.

A girl, lina Marie, S lbs. 2½ on.on May 4 to Mr. and Mrs. GarySnmmerhltl, 10068 Holly Lace,Des Plaine.y Grandparents:Mrs. Margar;t RYbO, Niteu aqdMr. and Mrs. Ralph Summerhill,ParhRidge. - - -

The Libr- Notebook'-

byR. MarkNeyman

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..S}IO1tTSUBJECIS: Here Areafew suggest one fer recreatlenalreading-flow thattfse re-rain season le lipes aa For apeners I canrecammend 'The Larda 5f Discipline" by Pat Cenray This nadel.about IlfeinaSautberniallitary caflegeis not far reestrene. Strenglailgaage aiidvidtent scearsafmillteryhming mayeffend the see.eluodarugtohbatheuewhecenendare wifiberewarded withan exceptional tate -et brotherhood and friendship, Canray,-theauthor of "The Water Is Wide" and-The Great Sentisti" has akñackfarcreatlng dramatic scenes peopledwith celorfal and ofteneccentric characters - "The Lords effliscipline" in fified with suchnennen and characters and although the incidents of the naval are-powerful and even raw at limen, Conray's meseagr le maying andaffirmative, - - - -

Another curTain navet about youth and school life is "PeaceBreaks Out," by John Knswlea. -Likehin earlier, and widely ad--mirednavel, "A Separate Peace" thisone is set in llevan School, a-boys prep eclanni in New Hamgnlsire The time, however, is a- dectide later (1945). Whereas, "A Separate Peace'? dealt withyouth facing the prospecto of war, "Peace Breaks Ont", deals waththat saine generation facing the prospects of peace. Knowlesnecend foray into tSe cloistered atmosphere of the-New Englandprep school lactes the power and tension et the fionS, but never-theteenprnvideaath5ughtfulcO55IfleOth57 nnpostwer problems.

Mystery fáns can rejotceover the appearance of another newDirk Francis anneal, They have been-coming aloaganaualty nowfor the pant decade-and each one seems to he heUer than the lest.Frisares' Iastrsttlsriiler io "ReBen" endUise all the restio oet in the-rnidnt of the Britishhorue racing wane. The aaitlsor to an en-jockeywbasewritasg skins have captnred an international audience. Ja"Reflex" the hero in a jockey who becomes involved in blachnoalland murder resulting tram the photographic legacy of a çleceasedrace-track photographer. Francio lu superb in his ability to create

- believeable characters, the right amount of action-and mystery,and a satisfying conclenioa. "Reflex" lu another winner from thestablesafDiókFraocls. - - -

Finally for those who are toterested its Africa, particularly theplight of ils dwindling wildlife papalation I heartily recommend

-"Sandllivero" by-Peter Matthiessen, ItÌe a remarhable account ofa remarkable journey - an old fashioned foot safari-into the Soleasgerne reserve in SaothweSt Tanaanta. The linteau reserve issignificant inthat it is considered by mast wildlife biologists as eneoftholaetumpoiled, "perfect" laabitatofórthe majority of Africa'swildlife speciens- The author, a noted naturalist andwriter, ex-pta505 the Belons under the guidance of Brian Nicholson, one of theearly developers of the reserve, and accompanied jay naturephotographer, Haga vasa Lowich. Matthiessen presents a stunnmgproseportrait et one of the lasttrulywild heaatifulphotographs. Asptendidarmclsairedveeture.

SJB iiistàlls new school- bòard members -

The newly elected memhars ofthe St. Joist Brebeuf School -Board were installed at the con-cladiort of t'ne meeting held June1. The sew-memhers, who wiltserve three year termo, areCharlotte Liodqatet, Hank Manilo-andCbocklJgel.

Clsarlotte Ltndqaiet has been amemher of the S,IE Parish ninceit hegen and han bees active in aaumher of different areas. Shebau been coordinator of the "Joyin Jeanu" Preschool Programfar the past t yearn. She hoedevoted countless hears to theschoolanavolunteerondhOs alsoworked with theSJB Youth Club.She has been an active por-ticipant for many yeari in theSJB Festival, and is a memher ofthe SJB Catholic Women's ClubandtheAtlsletidltOenterSCtssh.

Hank Manik ond hie family- have bees 0-IB Porishaners forthe pant IS yearn. Hook iscurrently as Assistant VicePrealdeat ut. the NationalBooleverd Buiste at Chicago. . HeIs olee Asalstwit Treasurer nf the"Off the Street Club", the oldest

boys and girls club In Chicago.Besah to on active momher nf theSJB Holy Name Society and iscurrently Vice President. Healso has been active in the SJBFeutival.

Chuck Uget and bis wifF Rosehavetived in Nifes for the past 22years. Chock is employed atWestern Electric as anEngineering Supervisor. He baaheenactively involved in It of the22 S.JB Festivals. He is alan anactive Holy Name Society mcm-her, carrently nerving as PeatPresident and o memher of theBoard of Directors. Chuck hasalso been an active participant inheth the SJB athlélic programand the Nilen Bonehall Leaguenerving in both coaching andarganizationelroles.

Charlotte, Hank and Chuckreplace retiring memhern, KathySmith, Jim Callers, and MikeDeuslanozwhewere recognized atthe June Meeting for their threeyears of tirolesa contribatlun tothe needs of St. John BrebeafSchool as members of the liJESchool Board. -

PodiatryGraduate

Congrattitatiena te Gary- L.Krltzherg tapien bis graduationform the Illinels College of

, Podiatric Medlcin&Agradunte of Maine East, class

of '73, Gary ood his multi-talented wife Sae, reside In theChicagò area with plana to proc-tice lnYorkvffle, II.

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TrinI, thin: . & brokeA Niles resident reported that

he lost $200 cash while at theLeaning Tower YMCA, 6300Touhyave.,onmursthy, May 28.According to the resident, he hadstepped awayfrim. his unlockedclothes. locker to weigh himself.Returning to the locker hediscovered unknown persons hadremoved the cash from hiswallet.

Car brake inA resident of the 8260 block of

Davis st, reported unknown per-Sons broke into bis locked cardaring the night of Wednesday,May 27. According to police thethieves broke a window to esterthe tSar. Taken from the car wasa CB radio and a car stereo. Thetotal value of the missing itemswasplacedatf800.

VandalismAn aatu beloagiog to a resident

ofthe6700 block ofOakton si. Wasandalizedon Thursday, May28.

According to police, vandalsthrew a rock through the auto'ssvindshield while it Was parked infront ofthe resident's bouse. Thereplacement value of the win-dshieldwas esimatednt$200.

$500 damageby vandals

A local business was van-dolized during the night ofTuesday, May 26. According topolice, unknown persono usedspray paint to vandalize oulsidewalls al Sportmart, 7M3 Dem-poter st. Company officialsestimotedthe damage at fat.

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Money & Girl attackedmerchandisestolenA Glenview business auto was

brakeninlo while parked in NilesonWednesday, May27. The auto,belonging to Venchnaster, 1735Chestnut in Glenview, wasparkedonthe 6300 block of Touhyave. when it was broken Into.Police said unknown persansgained arreos to the auto bybreabing a window. Taken fromthe vehicle were 54 cartees ofcigarettes valued at$324 and 12mosey sache containing $480 Inrash.

Minor arrestedon alcoholchargesThree people Were arrested on

Thursday, May 28 after NilesPolice observed - teno minorsdrinking liquor at the Dallaslounge, 8046 Golf rd. During arustine check of liquorestablinbments, Niles Policerequestedidentiflcj from twoyoungwomen; After determiningthe wamén Were minors, policearrested them. Aiso the loungemanager Was arrested, andhrosgbt to the Niles PoliceDepartment. Charged withpossession of alcohol was a 19year old Woman from Bensenvilieand a 20 year old wnman fromBarrington. The lounge managers resident of Elle Grove Village,Wancharged with selling liquor lominors. After being assigned aJune court date, the three werereleased on$35 bond each.

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A 17 year old Chicago girl wanattacked by ntrangern whilewalking an Milwaukee ave. onTharsday, May 28. According topolice, the girl wan walking soothon Milwaukee ove. at 113f p.m.when an unknown man grabbedher around the neck, told herbehad a knife and not to struggle.However, the girl managed tofree herself and run ta a nearbyrestaurontfnrbelp. Arrordieg tothe young woman, the man whoatlarked her was about W yearsold as were the two men ocrons-panying the attacker.

- Summersafety hintsBy SereetaeyofStoto Jim Edgar

With Memerinl Doy behind os,t hope evoryone had a oele undsane holiday weekend. Schoolwill he nut in onother week ni soand children evil he taldng to thestreets.

mnmer is a happy time forysnog000rs, hut it nloo can bedaogemus. Bthes, scootera,mopeds, roller skates and sinto-beards ore propelled by eagerchildren sfnlloges on one streets;condo und eves highways.

Thosefast-moving adolescentsumally bave their minds onthings other thon uneapected

. places, and more Often than notdosi into the path of a vehiclewhich may ho traveling at the

n_ limitDrivers should he sure their

rellanen ore opal to the speed-orneter reading and that theirvehicles respond to reflesiveasilen.

Pozents beve n major responsi-bility, too. They should teachtheir childranthe raleo of the road- to fnUow safety precautions undInsure trafile signs and signals.

Ifyon bave any questions aboutthe Secretary of State's nOlise,please feel freetouse our toll-freetolephooe number (0152-252-8985)

(A mpy of the Rules of theRamier Bike Italon will be sent toyou upen request. Write to JimEdgar, Seerstmyofstote, Spring-field, IL 02756.)

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Emerson PTCco-presidènts

New ro-presidenta of Ememin School PIC, Macjun-and DonSitkiewirz (right) accept the official gavel and congratulattomfrom retiring ro-prmidenla Jobo and Pat Lenzihi at the tant hoardmeeting. Meetings are held msnthly to plan fund mining eventsandartivities forthestndents ofEmersanJr. Highscbaol. -

Honorary gavel -

award'

At the regular Morton Grove Park District Board meeting. TMayio, Jeun White, Park Commissioner, receives the honorarypresidest's gavel from Ronald Piper, newly elected Morton GrovePark District Board President, John White nerved an Park BoardPrmidentfromMay l960tsMay 1981.

Concert for Youth at CenireastHave you ever soon a bend

whose members have numbersinstead of rames, und whosemusical iníge is the ultimate infuturistic reck 'n' roll"?Tbo NUesTewosbip Youth Commission incoejurtionssithCvntreastlnc. willmakethot opportunity possible ostheykiek nftthe summer series ofYouthProgrsm,,,i,gwith Chicagoland's very own "Clone" an theopening art for the band "Diet'sBaldees"; featuring Dirty Danformally nf "The Boyas".

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Wednesday, May27 Friday, May 292:52 p.m. - A li'year old DesPlatnea resident was reportedhaving suffereda posaihle brokenankle -at Notre Dame HighSchool, -7655 Denipster St. TheDes Plaines resident was broughtto Lalheras General Hospital byHilen Fire Department ambulan-ce. -

_735 p.m. ' A 62 year old DesPlaines resident -was describedasfeeling faint at Sears Roebuckand Co-USO Golf Mill. The DesPlaines resident was toben taLutheran General Hospital byNileoparamedica .-

Thsirsday, May 285:41 am. A resident al the $500block at Grace Ave. was reportedill and in need of hospitalization.The resident was transported tòLulheron General Hospital byambnlaece.

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Edisonbreaks nuclèar

oecord- Nuclearenergy laat week sup-

plied se all-time record high 62.1percent of the eleriririty Corn-

- moewealth Edison generated forits 2_9 million customers inChicago and sorthere Illinois. Ilthe same ernannt of electricityhad been generated by caul-Ihecompany's othér principal fuel-ítscsstomers would ifaveisad topay an additional $15 miStan infuelcosts. . -

All six 0f Edison's sprintingnuclear units sow are in service,following vañnss refueling endmaintenance aulagas, and readyto help meet the sammer. peakload. -

. The previous record high per-calage of noclear generation for009 week was 61.5 percent thewhek ending July 15, 1975. In1900, nuclear power acc'osntedfor appranimalely 41 percent of

- Edisse's generation.- Edison- began using nuclear

energy la generate electricity int960 with Dresden Unit (G, thewaild's first privately financed-commercial carlear reactor.Since 1973. when World energyprices started rapidly escalating,uranium has saved lis cuutamers$2.2 billion is fuei.cnsts comparedto what it would have cost togenerate the same arnaust ufelectricity withlow anISar coal.

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daughter of Mr;- and Mrs.Michael Cleghorfl uf Park Ridge,was ose of 400 gradsatieg seniorsat St. Mary's College, NotreDome, Indiano, partiipating ho -the College's 134th Commee-cernent enernipes Saturday, Maylt. Mo. Clegborn received aBachelor of Buelnese Ad-mlnistratlosdegree.

Purdué HonorSociety initiates

The $'urdse University chapterof -Phi, Kappa - Phi nationalacademic honor society hasinitiated its new members. Localmembers included- Dehm A.Weigbtsos, 0814 Leniagtan La.,Riles.

- -Niles Firé Dept.

8:31 am, - A resident of the 7060block of Dehese St. was reportedas having snffered a possiblebroken ankle. The resident wasbrought to Lutheran GeneralHospital by-Niles Fire Dopar-lmentmbulanre.fr41 auj. -A72 yearotd ArlingtonHis. resident was reported tohave suffered a possible heart at-lack at 300 Golf Mill. - -rheArlington HIs. resideñt wasbrought to Lutheran GeneralHospital by NUes paramedics.Ill p.m. - A resident- of theRegency Nursing lime, 6631Milwaukee Ave., wan reported illand in need of hospilalizatios.The resident wasbrasght taLutheran General Hospital by

- Kustra supports Housetransportation package

The Itlinsie Houes of Represes-intives hes approved -a masstransportatiOn pecbiege Mondaywhich estublishes en eleves mem-bee Subuebun hoaspoetetionAuthority to operato the hunesand traies. Sis of the memberswould bu elected from districts haCook County end one memberwould be elected from each of thecoller counties, The plea reducesthe RTA sales too in subsobunCash from one cent to anti-halfcest sad banda over the controlarid Onoecieg of the UrA Io theChicago City CouacS.Stole Representative Bob EssIeu

)R-4th), oppointodto the Itepuhli-osa Tush Force which authoredthe plea, coOed the peoposal enaltereetive lo Governor Thorny-son's original te050poetutiOs pachepa. Rustre said, "I voted for thefirst bill oS tise Covee,oe's poch-sge which provided for n regiseelauthority, but the Demoecestsfailed to support it. The newepproocls revogeiaesthe laitues ofthe Chicago Democrats to support

Nilesite sentencedin tax evasion case

Desoid E. Seegheem, DistrictDirector nf the internet RevenueService for Noethaess Illinois,ussouvoed thst Aliso S. Fried-mon sORties was sentenced todayto tImer yesos probation und$20,500 for failure to file Fednealincome lus entumo.Friedman, age 55, résides at

8703 Notional in Nilee. He is enindopendeet generai insueancebrohee.

Friedman hod plead guilty voAprii 27, 1981 to twa of fusocasvtsofttse criminel information

¡su studentsin Russia

sedeen Illinois State 1(niver.city students are gaining first-hued experleñte in Russia asport nf the ISU Study Abroadprogram.

Dr. Jean Alexander, assistantprofessor of Russian, in directingtheprese5sienPr0gramt run-tinues through Juno 13. Localntndento Included DonaldRstowlrz sed Nicholas Vaaella,both of Nilen,

fire department ambulance.2G3 p.m. - A 65 yetir oid ParkRidge resident won described assuffering from chetit pains atEmereon Jr. High School, StDl -Cnmherland Ave. The ParkRidge resident was tabee loResnrrectiss Hospital by Nileaparamedics.5:29 p.m. ' A 29 year old resident

-of the 8200 bloch of Elizabeth Dr.was describedus ill and in need of -hospitalization. The resident wasbrought Is Lutheran General

- Hospital by Fire Departmentambulance.lGlp.m. - A 20 year old Nileti

-resident was reparted to be ill atthe Petit Palais, 9003 MilwauheeAve. The resident was brought taLutheran Geseral Hospital byRiles paramedics. - - -

thut plea und simply gives theCity Council tbebutherity Io roethe CTA. There is no nessun whysuburbanites should subsidizeUM which is tisitimanaged, pat-eonoge-eidden protligeta in spendjog pattoms. I;.t them colse their

Rusted spoke in Savor of the billas the floor of the - House ofRepresentatives. Commenting onthe plan Kosten seid, "As ecommuter who rides subnrbuntechas end the C'FA, I believe thatthis opprnscts is foie becausethose svhoisde psy and because itprovides foe brai control andresponsibility. An eleoted boardwill run mass transit in thesuburbs and the Chicago City.Couocil can Im its citizens to payfor seeders which they receive.The CTA bus never been reopen-sive because it has growls Ont onother people's monies. Now isthethee foe them to tighten theirbelts and that is meetly what theywnuld be forced to do under thisplan."

filed Moroh 18, 1981, whiclcherged Isbn with feilure to filFederal income tao returns for th-1975 throogh 1978.Judga Nicholas Boa sonsuoced

the seate000.Under enist'osg law, a presos

rosvicted oforimisaltax offenses,in oddition to whatever sentenceis imposed, is also requieedto paythe tan determined to hedor anasili an interest and civil penaltiesthat may be assessed.

- The investigetios wan coeduatedby the Internet Revense Soffice.

Columbia Collegegraduates

Julie A. Novels ¿f NUes, Estherof Lincnlnwaad, Jomes ReelRobinson df Murtos Grove and05mars Sullo of Des Pleines oilreceived bachelor of arts degreesof Friday, May 29 at the 91Columbia College oummersln-

At the commencement, GeorgeMcGovern, farmer- Senator andPeesideatiolCandidete, deliveredthe commeecemest oddress andreceive an hoosrery doctor ofhumaee lettOre degree.

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ching game the Artistic TrophiesWhite Sos costed off the NilesV.F.W. Post 7712 A's bats, han-ding'them their first defeat. Antels White Sos players con-tributed to their win over tIse A's.The White Pox Team consists ofHammer, t'erano, Lakic, Quinn,Cosy, Block, O'Brien, Kuitsos,Chaconas and Ziebell: For theA's, flickey asdPnrvy providedgond defensive plays and we sawnome good pitching from Mete,Wilson and Lieto. Hitters for theA's were Lieta and Chandler withtwo eachand a oinglefrom Graf.

Pirates-8 Orioles-IA good close ganse, but the

.- Oriole pitching again gave ap 14walks. The NEL Orioles out-hitthe DuPuge Die Casting Pirates Bto 3, but could not hold theirdefense together. Knmkoaki,Kassel and Snysssaniak each hadtwo hits, Cocehm and Stergisuhad one each. Good pitching forthe Orioles trOW Sang Boo Um.For the Pirates, the power hitter

Bronco Leàguenf the game was Gray with ahamo ran and a triple. Gooddefensive plays by Cardella,Gray and McClaugbry of thePirates held the Orioles to only 5runs. UftIe Leaguers, Felnberg

. and Schnsidt rontribnted to thewha "Nice haue runnmg gays."A fine pitching performance byGambro, Loeper andDalamangas ofthe Pirates.

A'n-lOCabs-tThe Nibs V.F.W. Post 7712 A's

met the Ron Hayo Tile Co. Cubo,under the lights for un exciting,see-saw game. The A's tank thelead in the first inning with 2runs. Butthe Cohn fought hack inthe aecond and third, scaring sixrisos. However, excellent pit-ching kept the Cubo from scoringagain, while the A's pounded ontseven more runs. On the moundfor the A'swere Mete, Wilson andLieto. The top A's hitters werePurvy and Chandler, each with 2singles, Uetn and Merenda, withdouble and Mete, Wilson andGral, each with singles. Riggioaddeda two-for-two pergarman-ce and 4 RBI's. Hitting singlesfor the Cubs were Turofsky,Dugan, Kastruewa and Kim. TheCubs gut two hits from Kvanteu.Cub pitchers were Kustrzewa,DuganandKim.

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5-16-Ol,Plrates 5-While Sax IConsistant pitching by the HilL

White Son pitchers was notennugh tu win their opener. Hit-ting for the White Son were J.O'Brien, 2 for 3, J. Frawley, 2 for3, and B. Abramuon with a single.Pitching for the White Sax were

B. Ahramson, J. O'Brien, and GGalansi.

5-li-01,Cs.hs 5-Pirates 5The Schumacher Electric Cu

Pirates and the Hang Rig. Co.Cubs played to a 5-5 tie in a gamecalled after 5 innings. Pirate J.Nawrucki pitched 2 issings ofoutstanding hail striking oat 5and walking, only 2. Pirate hit-ting power came fromSsholawski, Nawrocki, Harty,and. tacobanai with a triple tostartaffthe4inning. Oothemound for the Pirates wereNswrocki, Brteshe,- audSukolowshi.

A clutch catch by Cob B. John-sos was tamed into a double playtu end the game and save the lie.Hitting for the Cubs were B. Hin-sun and G. Mastri euch with udouble und a triple. Pitching forthe Cobo were Mastri, Biga, andJoboson.

5-i9-01,RedSant-GtantslA 4 run rally in the 4 inning by

the Little Miss il Mr. Shop RedSun gave them the leed. RBI hitswere provided by M. Donahue, C.Sih.pruhi, und D. Gutter. M.Dosuhue bud a great night, hit-tisg 3 for 3 and allowing only irun in 2 innings pitched. Also pit-ching fur the Red Sos were K.Shiffmanand C. Sikorski.

Super pitching by R. Isola forthe Minelli Brothers Giants. Inune inning tse struck out theside.Also on the mound fur the Giantswere M. ilersotandS. Kuhn.

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PIRATES LOST A CLOSE'GAME TO THE Mmdli BrothersGiants. Pirate hitting powercaine from T. Brieske who went 3for 3 with a borne ran, 2 uingles,and 2 RBI's. Fine pitching per-furmance by B. Sakulowske whaallowed only 1 ran whlleotriklngnut 5 in 2 inningu pitched. Aluspitching far the Pirateo werel'rapo, Brieske, and Nawroeki.Pitching far the Gianta wereRabe, Seruot, 0511 lupIa.

Division5-12-tl,Twiva 12-White Sex 12

The Niles Unos Club Twins hadu greatnlgbthitting but it waan't

ennugh towin tisis from the hard-fighting NBL White Sos. Superhitting byTwins E. Tuinberg with2 humerunu, 2 singlen and 5RBI'u. Alus hilling far the Twinswere T. GIavin with a hnmenmand a triple and M. Hall. Pit-eking fur the Twins were J. Hay,E. Tzinberg and M. Hall. - -

The White Sax scored 12 runson ti hits with J. Frawley going 4for 4, G. Gulassi 3 far 4, T. Jemen2dsubles,andJ. O'Brienasingle.Good pitching by G. Gatassi aildJ. O'Brien, with a super stop byGalassi at first.

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Reds played a tough boll game tocome up withtfseir first win of theseason. T. GranuleR contributedto the win by pitching 2 scorelessinnings. Also un the mound forthe Reds wore T. Garces andE.Aromi.

Pitching for the Edison Laub-bor Co. Padres wereJ. Levine, B.Pawlowoki, K. Kiohn and B.Troch.

5-22-Ol:Astrss 17-Red Sex 11Super hitting helped the NBL

Miros winthiu one. There was nostopping B. Niedermuierwhshad2 homers, 2 triples and I RBI'sOther Astros sluggers were J.Chupich with 3 hits, and T. Man-teferario with his first home run.A; Nuumowicz, B. Greco, and J.Melones contributed withtimetywallss. On the mound for theAslros were B. Niedermuier, J.Chspich, undD. Cultero.

Pitching for the Utile Misa &Mr, Shop Red Sos were K ShiP-fosan, R.- Thompson, C. Alexun-derand S. Block.

l-28-Bl,Toniss 3-Cahn tWith the score tied in the bot-

tom of the I inning, E. Tninberghit a grand slam home run to winthis one for the Hiles Uons ClubTwins. Tninberg also had 2singles. T. Glavin had a triple toscure the first ron. Good defen-sive catch by R. Samelak at shortstop helped stop the Cubs fromrallying in the 5. Steady pitchingby Twins J. Huy, E. Tuinberg andR. Surneluh.

Great pitching by the Hang-Mfg. Co. Cubs allowed only 4 hitsin g innings. Cub hurlers wèreMastri, Johnson, Kahan andBiga. -

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Susan L Rings of Hiles willgraduate Summa Cam Laudefrom Leyalu University with aBachelor of Business Ad-ministration Degree and who alunis a membor sfthe Honor SocietyefAlpba Sigma Nu, Boia GammaSigma.

Little LeagueGIdNISS-PADRES3TheGlasfu mme ostos top againwith the superb pitching fromPullen, Benne, and Pisnniallowing ònlytwa kils. On themnundfnr the P*es were Brun-nhsi, Yactor, nsdfloebeL BOstontheGtants by DavePiento, MikeEnlIes, Chris Pisaisi, nnd DavidHirsebileld.

WhITE SOXSS-CU5S tThe White Sex were in good forniagain in their 4th win uf theseason againutthe Cabo. Hita forthe Sex by: R. TheO, J. Kuppen-steiner, J. Eicbmas, N. Lungiswent 3 for 3, G. Kuzmleuhi, MitchGyboshi and A. Borrett. Superpitching fan the Son by: Jeff Eop-penuteiner, Rick TheO, and JoeEichmun giving up only 2 hita. Ahumer far tb Cubo by K. Martinand good pitching from B. Udih,M. Callers, D. Ankelsun, and T.Alexander fer the Csbs madeit aguod game.

ASTROSS-D000ERSIThe Antros showed their stnffa*gain with their 4th win againstthe bough Dodgers. Good hiRingfor the Dodgers by Scott Srh-warn. A great uaving catch byGlean Grendsinuki an a fly to leftfield. Pitching for the Dodgersby: R. Beyer, Schumacher, andSchwan. The Antros scored inevery inning tu down the Dodgers9-4/ The catch nf the dayhelynged to Mike Belmante. Pit-eking tougbforthe Autros were:T Manteos, Dule.Heeft, and Robp*rnycki. -

TWINS5-RKD 50X4The Twinswantheirfirstgame ina close one sgainstthe Red Son.Pitching for the lodos by M.LoCuscio, E. Radway, and B.Nuhai. A double by J. Kelloggand M. LaCaseis gave the Twinsthe edge. The game winning ontgoes to K. Radway with u supercatch at second bane, leavingbases loaded for the Red Sos.Three RBI's were credited to B.Nabot. Pitching for the Red Sonwere: Keith Newberger, MarbArgetsinger, and MurkNewberger.

Gymnasticsfor girls -

This summer a Gymnasticsprognamfor girls is boing offeredat Maine East H.S. from Jane 29-July 31. This progrAm is upen toany girl entering ist thmuugb 12thgradeundno previoan experiencein Gpmnuuticu is neeeuuary. Theprogram is offered from 8:30 -ta9:49a.m. Mondaythroagh Fridayfar lot through 5th graden, and9:45-11,45 am. for the Sth-12th

,graden. AU Olympic events wiltbe efferad - Balance Beam,Uneven Bárs, Vaulting, andFlour Exercise. Alun, instructionin Dann for Grnuiauticu svtll beoffered. The cast far tbls 5 weekprogram far the ist thiaugb 0thgrade group iu$75 and for the 5th-i2th grade students who live inDistrict 2t7 the cent in $10.

-The summer Gymnasticsprogram is directed by BetsyAxelson, Girls' OymnusticaCoach . For registrationfarms and more infarmatlen,Contact Betty Axelsnn, MaineEast High Schuol, Demputer andPatter rda., Park Ridge, Ill. 00f68arcal1011-4404, est, 410.

Basketball team took 1 place inthe St. Jubo Brebuf post-seasontourney, On its way to posting anoverall 23-13 season record, the-Cóugaro finished 2 in the St.-Stephens leugne und mude theplayoffs in the toughNorthwestCltyiluhurhan Cathalicteagne. 2

Jeff Esturo (Glenvtew) -led theteam in scoring with 313 pnintn- -

Perry Scott (Hilen) grubbed 231rebounds. Rob Skibo (Gleuview ..and John De.Grubea (Glenview)were chosen tu the Knights of ZColumbus Thanksgiving Tour- .Jnament An-Star team. DeGrazia Wand P.J. Mierkiewlcn (MortonGrove) earned all-star selection -from the St. Stephens Leagnewhile Anthony Cotter (Morton 2Grove) and Mierhiewicz werechosen an City-Suburban baguéallstars.

Other teammemt,ero areStevePaulson, Turn Staantos, GeorgeBreozowski (Nibs). Edfur, -

-Mierkiewico, Cotter and ZDeGrazia each scored over 000points during their Jr. High C..career. Rebounding leaders -were Cotter (577), Shiba (499)and DeGrania (471).

t)na505 uommumsy t.oaegcwoo well eepeeuensed io theprestigioso Boston Mocathon. Z

Jukka Esilio, u frahmno rus.slog hin second rnaeathos, placed w223 ninoog the rnoee Iban 7,000mossero, and fifth smoog theronceen from Ulb,oin, with u lime -of2:2'7:3, forthe odie, 365 yaed, 5

Ken Maier, who graduatedfron, Onbtoo two yeses kgo ucdnov, ruso for Norihero Illinois

- University, placed 301, with utime of 2:30:t9. -Mark Buciob, agraduate of Oubton, sow os ntrack sçho)acnhip al De Paul OUniversity, finished 4151h, with staseeofi:32:3O. -

Kallio in now lookidig forevurd Isthe- National Junior CollegeChessspionuhilw, heldjuoe 20.

- Shriner's benefitTickets for the Shnioer's

Hospitsl Benefit Baseball Gameos Juste 23 at Son Park are nowavailable by calling 965-2110. On

. this day the Chicago White Son -Z

will take on the Detroit Tigers isa 1:15p.m. afternoongarne. w

Through du drraogement withthe White Sos Management, 30per cent of the ticket salen -generated by Shriners of 5Medinak Temple in Chicago, andOrak. Temple in Hansmond, In- S

- diana will he dosated to the COShrinêrn Honpitsls. The Shrineoperates 18 orthopedic hospitalsfor crippled children and 3 hunos C.)institutes in North America.Free-medical care in extended tochildren fromuil walks of life. Todate, more thun Zlt,000 youngcrippled and burned childrenbave been treated.

- Pre-game. entertainment in-etudes the fumons Shrine mar- Sching units of Medinab and Drab -

Templen, un well as a parade ufuniformed little leaguers aroundthe field. Seme little leaguerswill also be chosen to bat against -

a WisiteSuxpitcher. - ZSpecial ysuth tickets are of-

fered at $1.10 each to youth u.igraups such an baseball teamu,scouts, camp lire and churchgroups. -A lImIted supply uf bon -seats are available ut$7 euch. 5

Tickets can be purchased bycalling Reger W. Schoner at 965-2300 or any other member ofMedinab's Athletic Cosusmittee.Tickets must be purchased byJune10. - -

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Tolephene Compesy'e I'ick.a.Ph.elle Custer h dowotows fleePlatales, to nigsal the grueedepeeieeg of the cempesy's sewstore lee the Castel buildiog ut 767Peeruo,e St.loremeahetoleaelefficielsoñd

other gocete el the Ul3U Daremo'oy, Wayne K. Norris, CeotelsVice PreeideotIffioois, peiotedeIlt thet the oew store is apratotype for the Costed System."We eupeut thot the new costeewill loitielly provide service forubout 2,000 customers eoch moo-th," he seid. 'Evontuelly, esboeineeodevelape, we will ovulo-eta the prageose to determioe thefeaulbility of edditionut locuti000,iocludiog the possibility of aPlate-e-Phone Cester farmer bull.1110g 00 Fuie'view Ave. io PerkRidge."Dosed Meyer, muooger al the

oem Pick-u-Phone Center, notedthet the doors uctually hove beenopeotothe poblicioce Moy 11 sothe apemtion could be putthraugh u "shuhedows cruise"before the officiul opening."Daring thin first officiel weeb

ofoperation, we're providing ourcuotomeru with some memestae,fr09 coffee med so opportunity topeeticipote in n druwiog for o'%7f4f5-FOH" telo-phöne', he said, "The lastcuatomor to leave the etere onFriday, June 5, astil be asked tadraw the winning ticket."The Ploie-e-Phone Center hua

weekdey hours of &3O em. to 5p.m., end providen cantomerowith most oftho services avoileb-lo at the compeny's float DesPleines stare, at 2004 Minor St.

Centel ribbon cutting cçremony

DesPlomes' mayor, John Setto (r.) essieted by Centred TelephoneCompany of illinois' vice-president, Woyne K. Narria (L), usestelephone ruble cutterola esip the ribbon at 1ko ceremony officiallyopening CentrIs neweot Pick-a-Phone Cantor o June 1.

Both CurIel locotinna are nownerving the poklic.Displays fntacing ContaIn en-

t000ivo phone selection add ecolorful note to the new office. Inaddition to new instrumento,refserbioheatphaneo ere being soldwhenever avnilahle, The nowconter oleo includes n phoordepository, where cceotomers candrop off oquipment during non-husmeas boors for credit.

"We have a eight dopositary farhifi payments," Meyer noted."And for customern wka hovequestions celeted ta billing dosingregulerbusinoos hours, we hove atelephooe bottine cvnnnuteddie-idly to cue business office osMinor St."Meyer said that trnioed represe-

vtativrs ero on hand in the newcenter to help costomers selectphones sod to explain such

Howard I, Bass, preoident ofUnity Savings, annnusces theelection of four otficeroto see-sein their now capacity as seniorvicepresidenta.

The new senior vice presidentainclude; Itowlaod Frazier ser-Viag as Secretary and heed of theSavingo Division; AnthonyGrassi responsihle for thr Human

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"Leased pknoes aro ulm cover-ed by return-for-repair," hecontinsed. "Customers - whobring in a broken tensed phonecao woit whilo an on-site repair-person fixes un instrument, orthey can drap it off end pick it uptnlnr. Or, if one cf thede phonescan'tbe repaired, we're equippedla provide osubstitute instrumentto repince the domaged one."Qseslioea about sèrvicos at the

00w stOre are being oaswered byCentel personnel by phnne. Thetelephone number for the Piale-a-Phone Centena 59i-fSOO.

Unity elects new öfficerstment; Stephen Gartieta reopen-sihte for the Finunce/AccoontiagDivision; and Ira ?fathansns ser-sing to the capacity at depar.tmrntal bead of tite-Adver-tising/Marketing Departmentandthn Consumer Loan Division.

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Mr. William D. Barth, i par-.ho*r of Arthur Modernen & Corn-_y, was the goect apeaker.,at aMay lt breukfaet-- meetingoponoored by the Glenview StateBuch. More thun 100 -boninessmee und women heurdMr. Barth

- defend the plight-of the omallerbusiness investment und expae-eion for compaeieswith less than500employees. -

Mr. Burth io u ntemher of Ar-thur Andersen & Compunyn in-vestmeOt Committee and heubeen active in the - review ad

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propocale desigced to assist theclosely held booleose. He cervedas Chuirman of the Influtien Took

. Force for the 1980 Wleite NooseConference on Small Busineesand hou been invited te- appearbefore Congressional cemmitteen0e esmcr050 eccaeione. -

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the Commercial inveetmentDividen of Wm. L. Kunkel & Ce.,has earned designee niotos au aCertified Commercial invest-ment Member of the RealtorsNotional Marketing Inntitute.The C.C.I.M. designation hasbeen awarded lo 5g Realtors inIllinois end less than 1,400-throsgheutthe United Stube.

Wilkieoqealifiedfertbin awurdhaving completed a fett ochedel eof prescribed pent graduate levelcourses in investments, taxution,developing and marketing of alltypes of commercial and invent-ment properties. He began hisstudies io 1977 und woe admittedtocandittacyis itIt!

Mr. Wilkins has -beenassociated with Wm. L. Kuelnel teCo.'s Commercial InventmentDivision fer five yearn. Duringthat pried he han--been â cebo-elstent multi-million dollar eulenproducer in addition te his dudenas Project Manager for The DesPlaines 'Tower, a 60,000 squarefoot office and residential -

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aLatnehthne Movien" are beingshown - at the Morton GrevePublic Library every Tuesday at11:30 a-tn. and repeated at 7:30p.m. On fune 9, ttep,programefshort subject - films includes"Britain/Ireland - Adventure inPictures", °Polnnd The Will toLive', and "The Eye cf ThomasJefferson." ----------

Patrons are- invited te bringtheir lunch in-the 11:30 shamIngand the Library will serve freecoffee. The film program riensabout 1½ lieues. - -

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will present noverai healthprograms at the Morton GroveJAbrarydurIngSteryHeurtime.On Wed. Jane to and Thorn. Janeil at 10a.m. ea anti-Smelting f ihn-will be shown called; 'Let's Callit Qniin." Title film, produced bythe Americen Cancèr Society, isgeared toward nmekieg and non-emöking parente - fer theeducation of their children.

Other health programe,presented especially fer parents,will include "Childiafety" and"DrugsameegChildree".

Nursing studenthonored

Janet Ann Eichheff, dasghter,of Mr. te Mrs. Clifton M. Eichhoffof Nies, was recently iedsctedinto the DePasI Ueivernity HonorSociety of Nursing.- - The can-dlmtigtet induction ceremony wanheld in Stewart Cooler ai the Lie-coIn Fach campus on May 17.

Janet, a junior, working for heruN degree at DoPaol Univer-Oily's Department of Nureieg;mae oteo accepted into the BlueKey Natieeal Honor Fraternity.Their indoctien ceremony fornew members mill he held at-theLincoln Park campos in mid- -July.

- Barat College- graduate

Donna Marie Pedersen,daughter of Mr. and Mre RegerPederseei of Den Plaines,receiveda bachelor of fine arte in -

theatre and dasce at the -graduation çeremanies heldrecently on the. Barat Collegecampus inLakeForeet, illinois.

At-the name eeremoniee, JeanStarkuton of Morton Grevereceived a bachelor of artsdegree in peycholegy/education.

Baret sae indepéndent, liberal -

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During the eixty-eighth Cem-meac,ement exerqicos of the Gen-eaga Univerelty School of Law,l5ontudenta received jnrIe doctor

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Morton Grove . Marillac scholarshipLibrary news

Several Mariliac oeniero havebeen receiving werd this pastmenUe that they are recipients ofvarioun'ainbnlarnhlpn. MaryCagney (Glenview) received ascholarship from the Universityof - Dayton, a ReinherghAmerican Values Scholarship,and the Presidential HonoreAWard to John Carroll Delver-.nity. Diane Grabewshi f Nies)-bue named an Honor Scholarshipfront Eekerd College; JeanneLaBerg (Des Plaines) has theWomen ln'Engineering Scholar-ship and the Cempnter ScienceScholarship frem the Universityof Missouri. Sue Watdbittig(Arlington Heights) has earned aWashington University ocholar-ship. Roeary College awardedCarol Ciaccie (Nilesa scholar-ehip. '

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Ap011o math team wins trophyOn Saturday, May9, tl Math

Team from Apello Scheel, 10115Dee rd., Dee Plaines; earned a.Third Piace Trophy in the NotreDa.oee ligIe Scheel Math Contestferieventh Grade Beys. Apollo'steam c055leted of Curtis -Chang,Brett Kessler, Jeff Deitch, DavidSimone and Martin Lée. A letaluf lii seventh grade hoyo fromtwenty-three schools participatedin this contest. tudividnal bonerswere received by h(artfñ . Lee,

The Academy selecte the'USCAA waaners upen the ex-elusive recommendation of thecheerleader enser and the Of-Sciai Standards for Selection setferthbylhe USAA. Reare joies aselect few cheerleaders nation-wide so honored by the Academy.

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The Nfles-ParkDistrictis nowholdlng registration (mail-Is only)for SwImming Pool Tokens. Mall It your applications by Juno 5,and receive the discount ratet SImply fill ta the form below, en-tiene a check and a self-addressed stamped envelope and proof ofreoidencyandwe willmat youyosr swimming tokens. Tokens are-gaodfromJane 2ltalept. 7. Eateswlllincreaaeafter Jano 5.

The NOes Park District will becondurllng the following trips torthe Snmmer of 1001. All ages aroençauraged la register -at the-Park District office, 7077Milwaukee Avé. Sununerfent '01

- -Visit MilwaükeeCn festival ofmusic and apecia attractions.There is constant entertainmeutat each of u variety of basdohellsincluding country, big bands,reck, jazz, soul, rhythm undblsesand mare! There are amaspecial attractions ail day longsuch as athletic demonstrations,racès, circos acts und muchmore! Call after Jane 1 for con.colt schednle. Date Io SaturdayJane 27. Fee is$f.laper resident.

Sting Soccer Game-Chicago's

-- 'Family Trips For theSummer -

winningprofeoaional soccer teamis in action outdoers this-sam-mér. See the fast-paced action atWrigley Fieldas the Sting battlesVancouver. Get some sus andJoin In the Fan! Date is Sunday,.July 12. Fee is $5.50 per rtsident.

iuconsinState Fair-A day of funand excitement awaité at theWiscemin Stato Fair. There arenumerosa - booths, eshlbitu andspecial events nach as Singers,

- dances, livestock shows and Satoracing. There's something féreVetj'afleOven a carnaval! DatéissaturdàyAugaats. Feeis$&OOper resident. CàII 9g7fg33 for in-farmation on all trips undstossen. --

In-person registrationThe NUes Park District will

hold is-person registration far allit's summer clauses andprograms on Jene 13 at 93O am.Register fer classes like AdultLearn ta Swim, Tennis, Gym-sashes, Tumbling, Art Class orase ofourFamily Trips. Call 907-asa fur information on smnmerhappenings!

Jr. golf leagueThe Tam Golf Course is ready

to take registration fer the JuniorGolf Leagoe. Classes, which io.dude films, golfing and Instruc.tions, are open tu hays and girls17 years of age , and under.Lessons will be bold on MondayJonio 5 tè Aug. 17 or ou ThurSdayJuno 18 ta Asp. 20. CaO- Jack.Heoriksoa at 905-0697 far iafor-mation.

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4th of July parade -plans underway

The Nues Park District is -already preparing the plans fortheir annual 4th of July parade. -Don't miss sat on this festive op- -

purtunity! All erganizatlaosand/ar Individnals who -are la-terested in marching In oar -parade, please call 907.033 forinformation an thia annualcelebrattou.

Adult progràms. for summerThe Nitos Parh District will of- -

fer the following Aduli Programsfor the sommer session. Self

. Golease for -Women, Stretch &Tone, Men's BasketballPrograms, Sommer CommunityBand, Adnit Learn tu SwIm, --

Adult Teanju Lessano, TennisToornament, SwIm & Trim andLifesaving. Call 167.0633 far In-formation or check the Summer

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Brochure.

- PARK-- DISTRICT - - -

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Free summerart classes

Free sommer art classes willbe offered for children ages 4-9,at the Apple Corps, 4932 W. Dem-pster,Shokie. -

Creative activities enhancesummer fao; especially whenconducted by pral easionaleducators. Semions, beginningmid-Jane, will espiare puppetmnkiog, origacti, scrap craft,andmore. - -

Because the Apple Corpo iadedicated lo the enriclunent ofchildren, We would like to maketheir sommormore intéreoting.- Theseone-hoor, sure to be tuo,classes will be available Wed--

. neodays and Fridays, from 10:30-11:30 am., starling June 17 andcootisaiog thra August 7.

- ParesIA seed not be present -ailmaterlals will be provided.

To obtain a registration form,please call the Apple Corps 676-2015.

Nues Police -

softballers chalk up

second victoryThe Nlleo Police softball team

woo their second game rn a rowSunday, by defeating the North-brook Police Dept., 18-9.

Leading-the hitting attack withhome russ were Eddie Backer,Gary Amato, Dennis McEoerneY,Tony FidanZa and Tony Baronwho tota grand stemmer.The Nitos Police take - 00 the

Skokie Police Sunday, June 7, atJozwiak Park io Niles.

Ladies SummerRacquetball - -

Leagues- The Morton Grove ParkDistrict Courts are offeringLadies Sommer RacquetballLeagues. The Leagoeo will bestarting the week of June 22 undare limited to O players perdivision.

The following are the Leaguesoffered: -

A League Moudays-0:30 te 9:30a.m.B League Toesdays-0:3l lo 9:30

C l:eagIie Wedseodays-8:3l to9:20a.m. -

Novice League Thorsdays-0:3l to9:30a.m.

Registratios B being tabeo atthe Racquetball desk. Foc moreinformatios call 965-7554.

Walley Ball io comingLook for it al the Park DïétrictRacquetballCoorls.

Morton Grover -

honored by MTJC

Marvin I. Wolfe, Book LeumiChicago M000ger, receottyawarded Steven Glickmas ofMorton Grove with first place ioan essay competition cospoli-sored by Bank Leans! Chicagoaud Maine Township- JewishCosgregatioo of Des P1055-s.Sieves's essay on the theme"What Israel Means to Me"dealt with the struggle of theJewish people to survive andrebuild Tocad. Marvio WolfepreseutedSteveo with a $196 ChatBond -from Bank Leomi inrecognition ofhio achievement.

- PRE-SEASON SALE- Whole House Air Conditioning

. Carrier General Obsté ua 1appnn n Oheim

AND OTHER QUALITY ORONDO

NORTHSHORE '

965-8500 - - -

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Affordable art! -

Up to 50% offon original -

oil paintingsänd lithographs.

More than loo beautiful-

pieces to choose from.Landscapes, seascapes,still lifes, NormanRockwells and others.Prices start at just .$550.

Otlrr g:::d omly WhjlV supplies lost andindicE u: crrie tRlLstiflG purchase per

:- clepr:sit CarVe i, -open or add to a- SOVII(9S Irr checking account and take

.rdaantire 11f these great discoants onç¼r:rks nl art todtry.

1MI'i

6201 Danopsear Street(3i2) 965-4400

You can purchase anypainting for up to half offactual. retail when you

. deposit $300 or more in anew or existing savingsaccount or $500 in a

' checking account.

All painfings mounted inwood or aluminum- framesand ready to hang.

FIRST -NATIONAL BANKOF MORTON GROVE -- -

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-A Fait Sar-otne BunkMorton Grove'fir.st bank.

MarOon Gese, Ill. 60053Member FDIC

ATHERMOGARD DP TUBEfor more usable hot water

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Monte CarloNite

The Mayer Ka J.C.C., 5OOchurch Street, Skokie is spoasoring a Monte Carlo Nite, Satur-day,JuneSß,att:30P.m.

Blackjack, Craps, Poker, andRoulette will be part of theevenings festivities. Music andrefreuhmentu will beavailable:

Admission to the Monte CarloSpectacolar in $2.50 per person.I'roceedshelp support the Centernrholarshipfund.

For further . information, call67b-2lO.

ALLTICKETSNOW 9O'.

Starting Friday

EXCALABUR'

WEEKDAYS:.

6:30, 9:00

SAT. &SUN.2:00, 4:307:00, 9:30

Rated RBest Show Buy

In The Area

Legionnuires and their friendoofthn commmrity will depart June19 foe Brannon, Missouri on aten-filled trip to _the- OaaekMountainu, billed au the newhome of country music. Ovee 10musical, country western showsnro hold daily io thin popularnominer recreation center.

The Legion vacation is n greaivalue at only $120 per person.Thin loeludes the bus transporta-tion, 3 nights lsdgissg nl BuonWishing Well Ins which features

GOLF MILLHELDOVER

Atan Alda * Carol Burnett

FOtJR SEASONS'EEKDAYS: 6OD, 0:00, 10:

SAT. & SUN.:2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00

HELD OVER PGRobertHays

"1AKETHISJOB

EEKDAYS: 6:00, :00. 10:0SAT. & SUN.:

2:00, 4:00, 6:00. 8:00.10:00

HELD OVER RFrets Tha Makers or Alien

"DEAD & BURIED"

Weekdayss6:00, 8:00,10:00SAT. Et SUN.: 2:00. 4:00,

6:00,8:00,10:00BARGAIN PRICES-ALL ThEATRES08111111E $150.FIRST SHOW STARTS IEyWe -AlSeare 'loo All Show,9200 MILWAUKEE 296-4500

GREAT EXCITEMENT!

TwoEpics

OfThumphant

Virtuewifi Be

PresentedWednesday Nights

7:30P.M.* Old Fashioned Fun* Romancea Adventure

The VILLAGE TAVERNLONG GROVE, ILLINOIS

Long Groves Fami'y RestaurantRTS. 83 & 53CALL 634-3117

. Last califor LegknOzark trip

the largest swimnoing pool in theOzaahn; sod also n trip to SilverDollar City; two family musical --- -shows; the Shepherd of Ihr Hillspageant; and also n tour of theSchool of the Ooaahs.-, Two large air-conditionedhuaso have reclining nenia and a-lavntory which onu araba the rtravel n economical and pleauur-able way te go.

The Mosten Grove AmericanLegion Foot #134 bao 7$ reserva-tians to date hut space in stillavailable onthe arcorid bou for 16persons. Singles are invited, andyou need not be a Legionnaire sehave a Legiori connection is yourfamily te participate.

Reservations and furtherissforenalion from tear directors,past menenandor Joe Schmidt,965-0739 or Leo Borg, $65-1429after 6 p.m.

Ìokie songstreSSin big leagues -

North Shore Magaelne'o June isoae protileu Jouie Atela 14 yearold fast-rising singing star and daughter of Annie and Lou Mello, -éo-swoers of Skokie's Cas and Lou's Restaurant, who is ohownherewith White-Son Manager Tony LaRussa. Josie hitthebtg leagues - -

when she betted outthe Nnti000t Anthem at the Son opener and ap-peared os a recent Phil Donahue Show as Sameiiy Davis Jr. sat - -

ncarbylivteOiOg to her sing. -

McDOnffldS. I®

Nobodcan do itlikeMdJonalds canl\I

MILWAUKEE 1* OAKTON- - - NILES -

Enperlence pure erstany by jsimog the all-new XTC bared at Lu' -Margarita restaurant in Schaumherg (itSil E. Algonqum rd.).They play a limited engagement from Jima 2 to July 5. XTC'S aversatile, youthful group that plays Top 405, disco, reck and mid-dIe-sf-the-road 505 music. Su if you want to he transported to astateofporebliso, come overfor gmdtimeo with XTCI

Variety Club Drive --

For La Rabida

Honor-Society -, -

- initiate -

Sinteen Northern IllinoisUniversity journalism stutenturecently were initiated into Kap-pa Tau Alpha, national scholastichonorary society in journalism.Local initiates included Fern SorBuns, 9057 West Oakil, DenPlaines. -

- The Bugle Newspapers ; - -

- -COMMUMTY ALMANACYour weekly guide u family eiitertulnnsent

Taea,,June9atll:30&7:30p.m. --

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BRITAIN&ffiELAND,POLAND: THE WILLTO- LIVE,MONTICELLO: THEEVEOF

THOMASJEFFERSON - -: - -

omm asaetar. MoeteeGrma Pabilo tieep, tisa Lhasls Ass,,MeeturGruer. FarMommmathm': H-4 -

-- Wed;Janet0&Thtt',,Jeae11at10am.grOPSMOKINGFILM- - - - -

i "l87f'SCALL-flQU"Mutai Orase PaSito USurO. 6540 Uc,etO As,., Masos snow.FerbdOe55att"liH4. -

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GUNGADIN -

NodI,a,00k rsebUO Lâhru5Y, cml Celar ta., 5o,thbeusk. For I,.ruesanon: 070-ifS

Thursday, June ti at7;30 pm.THEOuTOFTPWNERS - - - - -

- Nma5meeoluysm5hekt,oeeaaos. p,,knlRap5bn,us,ory,eEo.peu.p,otasa.,Famkmdgm. FoetefOmmsOtOm esam

Thursday, June11 atl&8p.m.BELLBOOK&CANDLE - -

Je_ oiseau; oto NocaS i, 1,0k Lassos. skeWs CohUe --us,uey,esisoahsoees.,stulelm. Foelssomanos: ilS-7775

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THELAMES - --PaO-Ohop. CossEy 570,5. Geoawsa'e 055077. CUidases Fm.

Ofe55OOl5.5p.u. Juoc050 Of Tri-5107e ronceE t-ai> k Ill. sis. ire smarus,,sevule. Fs,7s5onva5so;S-4 .

Sundays at 1 pm, -

- LINCOLNPETTISHOUSETOUR- Tou,tueootthe ossla'FteOOO lecludIst wsployomtaolu&marl,aI

lostcaomtummseroeodthaooeld. eoSossemos,Oesrseld. Fer

-Saturdays&SandaYO froml:30tu4;30p.m.

-- GROSSE POINT LIGHTHOUSETose 5f LIghteOUOO Park k hslldirao acIsd 111,0 se,moslvg.

..NatsreC,stae,me5l'5rldaOn4.,cV055e, Forlrtøns050c mii-

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logfanos500e. O.sdlsIdAemOislsmtOsoolety,iOl oee,fl,stsO..Oso,field. Fo,IolOsaaUsmc 545-0021.

Sun.,Jwoe7nt9a.m. - --

ILLINOISPRAIRIEPATHS -

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Satsimayuat3p.m.EVM4STON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATIONOat.rtunceoieit,mseOveessaer laasallatlou mIRe EcolsOy ces-tarlactsdlaga.Ilk,eln'r. Fo,b,fssuatlocctni-1IBl.

ContinuousLOOP WALKING TOURSChicago Aronitaatsms Foosdatw nelklca art 55.5 loan. Fe, te-iosmnatlm,752.1778.

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Just for Kids

CYCLE CHICAGOpa,oplristuwlthesat's, .10615 md history Of mirais e050aSIe 10e

cycleS. MayorS cuica uf 1056cl k tafossutsv. For [vto,'-,,ates-74t.50g,------ -- --.

r:gframnsoote5p.m.f. - --Sun., Jane? from 10 am. tohp.m.JOENAPERDAYSTo,.dNanniiOOo,,,oeo,AOd5Wkbaudl,A,ssInnea77War bantra, Plammr unOa, marie, mprolatmtamtalssomt. Sop"

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Janeathiujnnell- COMPANY -

ua,aatase,ath aaatari so em.re.g,. sAId plerlan.,, ea-

.i-,S..Piiiam.,FarWomratle', WI-Ilil .:

Frlday;June5&Sat. Junr6at8p,m,GOODDOCTOR - -

By aal, camion. rrlmdmbly sAust mart,,, rianlls.nahDr.. -

DBptelsm. FocI'damsetlss- 57507W. - : - -

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WeekendaJaneltlsraJatYlt - -

IILEACHERBUMS - - - -

EISmohl, marier' Co,, sow. Rout Rd., Mt. Peomewi. ro, io-fo,sm:r7narso. - -

ThruSuoday,Junol - -

HOWIGOTTHST0RY - -

Dl,tosmd by sham, ou. Soro Uebt ttspa,tary. 0mo, nayed., canastos. 760es & p,stomascsu oto,,. FoclssamaiOnl:- -

Art Fairs-Fri., June 5 &Sat., Junetfrom t p.m. taop.m.Sua.,June7frilm9telP.m.SACREDARTSFESTWAL - - - - - -

Sacr,d art h, ceramics, libo' arts, 0000ko. go,y, pahulisìgs,oah,edeluu,osamollct&rheOOerOPbY. rIcStPrrunPt'rlAOCbUr'ch,7lscu,lscasm.,soeobn. Fsrlofoeoatlos: 5555017

Saturday, June6from lOte 4p.m.STATIONSTREETFESTWAL -

Tcs,fl Ors, wafts-Ice. 50,6507w OalsrIcalO0Olslr.005500o' -

Bardaste'. Fo,IvfOsoOtIcv 001.1770. - .

Sat., Junet&Suo., June? from lOtOSp.m.NORTIIBROOKART FESTIVAL -

FLesaslaOfldis[nctedOra[0. VIUags Graos Fork. 56,05,, 00,.&Mcadow"d.,Northbmk. Fcrls[smShcsS 450-04W

Sat.,Junet&Sun.,June7 . -

. I7thSTREET ART FAIRMor,t005 5a0,thlbItOas sollieg paIOtieOO. grophicu, phslograyho.

,rn[ts,haodbl55vgICe5,7Ibr5c Ee015lthSl.&S.OIOObOrk.

Sat., June6 from lOtoS p.m.Sun., June 7 from noontolp.m.

. ETHNIC/FOLK ARTS&CRAFIS FESTIVAL0501ml 50000' 55w[ ,sgwsthts 0v glasS. OIOIO,4 glass. coo.

watorrolsrO, woodrarshlt0. s-huptws. ph000tauphe, (Oar art.-sido, Man, Ogd,v 500. & Sapersi11, ad., Sopoesrtle. For 15105

55005 75055W

Sua., Jun07 from Sito 5p.m.CIECLEOFARTISI - -

P51OIISW, 50005 pE0000,upho, p001770. stahad glass. Elm-- 554 Fe,b COon' Cirela, O cuco FarAsrey. Ein000d Fork. Forleloreutlo,' SiS-1041

Friday, Juneaatl:30P.m.STKI'PARENTING - -

by 0,5. JotS, k noullyvalar, oc-nuOOrS st uep500GhuS

WorSiug With O0,ppac'stu .04 CEildssO' coecuscoy PasSatoceuaoalleg k-Cosoilthil°° Cavo,,, 5155e A5AIOPIW5. Leth&Oc -

Gmere[aosptlal. ollsoa000se,u., remues. Fs,Istossauo'hsown.Sat.,Ja006atlouioa,m. -

USINGBRAINGROWTH INFORMATION&THINKING SKILLSINTHECLASSROOMWeloshuic creta,. N,Gooat cutres os Edsoa550. 7040 noeslOas

- na.,noeaotos. Fsrlelsssarto'v t73.ml,at.so -

Sat.,Junetat9a.m. . -

THEMANY FACF.SOF DEPRESSIONCools-mw (sr I'7OulO5a k lar p0,50,0. U56dOF Ins. 34Walasecul004., OolitsgMsadOeS. Fsrlslon0050c: unira.

Mon., Janet atTulOp.m.ALEXANDER TRE GREATLorIs,, by 0(0555 AMasas. Park ¡Sida, Flubs, LÀb,a,y, WO.p,s5,o,tAso.,porkoblga. Formlsssahos:Ou'OlO.

. Tum.,June9atl:30P.m.--

POEPE..YREADINGS .-nInmMlhopahueo h Cycool, Ginuihur prao,,l ,san,gs st Oralepo,t77. 5655ta PublIe Ltbra,y,-OOli 0561es, si-oils. For tofo'moflo,; 530-7774.

Wed., Jane 10 at 7: 30 p.m.SCOTTISH GENEALOGY -

5osOlh QulEc5l sainte, Usivousity Cub 01 c0505lso, 1754 III,.aas,E000500s. Fortolorsosallse; sm-ales

The Bugle, Thurldajtr Juwel, liSt

: Musié

Friday, Jnneaat8:l0p,m.NORTHWF.STCUORAL8OCTh , , - -

SAmOa,. fr5,5 lS M,r,y.Wldsw, 4050 OHmS eed.ome,s. FOW -

c,waa.n,.,s[ Ctsash, 7Gr.r,laa4, Dm Pialan. Far 1010m -

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815,081ER INTIIE.PAIIKl.-JAZZ - . -

.ciaolO ObaOab. Ms,4W.a.Olfism &Bo't. ta park ems Io Noyr,- omo,slcero,r,ovm4aymEsooeks,:rmIoasrean: MI-5154

Sun.,June7atlp;flt, -

VIOLIN&VIOLARECITAL - - .

.AOars Igoliulkos & mstaìd Fario. 3irre MuasrO, CeviralParh,Evae.,soo. ForIutsn5itla BS.74E

San.,Juoe7at7p.fl.- MUSICCENTEROFNORTHSHORE - -

5m esreporlfiss Sy SIç9mard Oaodesitbassssso,d by 0,, fussIly.Olor, nl. 77mm'. 300 Gr,,, n'y ,d,t, Wim,lba. Fer lo1oe.

San.,Jmte7at3tm.m. -

ANDREA BERNSTEIN ON PIANO- -

550400 AfI,rs005 AtCasligoy, ub,.,y-ooba,t McCamlck-mismas. Iloo,eo,lI &!dd r4s., Whmloc. For I,Iaasatlau:

Wed., June 10 at8p.m. - -

CHICAGO CHAMBER ENSEMBLEAu asmlco 510, OlaooO, ukoto, CohUe Uleary, OtIs 50500e

OrSkoSa0. Fo,1c5,soitOO; On-7374

Thuruday,Junellatop.m. - -

- WHEATONMUNICIPALBAND. 50,555, cercaTo cf maroto'. loertueas. 1,0,, tuo,,. Mmo,lol

Pal, ObSt S65U, OsI, h Saculrary. 57,ealov. For Ialsssafiss:_7o,s -

Odds & EndsMonday &Wednesdayvtt7p.m.EVANSTON BADMINTON CLUB -

00,0 FIeF, 000,500500 k ieoosoflds 5156 rqulymml p,cr7dcd.ucechloy Gy0. Ecofloluc Tsdvshly OSaI, school, 15W-Tulio,EoaeOIoo. For[5IOreaGOv op-sloe

ContinualTWILIGHT GOLFINGis bolos.. cr050105 Commuolly Gott Club. ml Cml,al O. L',550,0005. F,,lo[oevufio,; 075-0170

Cooti5000s -

- EVANSTON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOC,

00515g ollbebOSkeS, Isard bashes. silt noses. bird 01165. -

Ecology C,,lsr . soot McCormick bled.. Erearlov. For friar.

1,0055; 5044101.

ThroaJunePHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION-"pL,ANTS&GAIIDENS" -

- osa *1500 fr55 000asle Gardm Fh050g,upIuy COSSaIt. Oalovlc

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--DailyBOTANICGARDENS -

3W amas si Irlas, OsnsMg placO, gesteo. 5005cr IssUs. OaksCook cd, Saat Of Edrar Esp,msoay. Glwcoa. b'o, islsmullo,;Os-aun

murs., June 4 at 2 p.m.-CHERRY BLOSSOMFESTIVALJopasro' Fsrfsnss'5,D0Oe k imishii. CIrloOuO notavi' Oar-dors. Lak,CookRd. ,asosrcdsseouprosaway.Olmcso. ForoS-100555m: us-5440. -.

Mondays in June at7r3tp.m.INTERNATIONALFOLKOANCINGteOYCeflIr,,,7®usPl,0t,E0° FoslofomaGoc; OS-flu.

- P1geV

ThruJunei -

COUNTRY SIDE ART CENTER

; ;CullaO'l. 0055. Voll. OrlIeglooBIs. 7Ae4..Ohrs050. l.5p.cc. F,,fr,loeoallos; 334-3155

Galleries

Continuous -

MINDSCAPEGALLEEY& STUDIO4000deos c'allo hIclOilsi oeealolr,, ,arolueo,5, 1,5,173. 1021

- llaeoa040e..nol0550c. ro,t51,rIO&nre: NO-alo, -

tu five one sr odore hours of theirtime to help the chronically dlchildren uf La Cabida To votan-leer for the Variety Clnb-LsRahida drive contact LucIlaMcLaughlin, 3t3-6700 or chair-man Beroiehiack $31-2160.

The 1081 Variety Club Theatre organizations are all eocooiugedDrive for La Sabida Children'sHospital and Research Center-hegins Friday, June 12. -Votan-- teers are needed to collect con-. tributiom in local theatres.

Individuals, clubs, youthgroups, church groups, and other

Ecstasy at s

La Margarita

Victoria Stationsoffer First-ClasSDrive 'N DinnerHere'o some budget-stretching

news for travelers pladniog avacation or business trip io themonth of June: VictOria StationRestaurants and Budget Rent-A-Carhaveprepareda "Pirat-fluss -

Drive -'N Dinner" program goodfor the entire month.

Travelers_flying to any of 54major cities apross the countrywill receive a certificate good forone free Victoria StatioO entree

!when they rest a compact sr lar-

---ger rar from Budget.All the traveller need do is

show his airline tickets to a- Budget representative when herents a car Participatingairlines include: Air Cal, AitFlorida, American,- Continental,Bastero, Frontier, PSA andUnited.

The certificates may heredeemedat any Victoria StationRestaurant from June 1 to JulyIl, - 1901. Diners may selectPrime Rib, Succulent Shrimp,Chicheo Teriyaki, Gourmet

-Game Hen Or any other entree on

- the lunch or dinner menu. Achoice o! soap or the tabulonsVictoria Statioo salad bar and abasket offreuhbread is included.

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This First-Class Drive 'N Dio-0er" offer io good for 00e car'tifirate per rental contract andCorporate Rate Customers arrincluded. The program is sotavailable to tour packagetravelers or those On_any otherspecial discount rate. -

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Skokié Iilwaryhos Stravinskyconcerthr th4mberE

Ige il1 pfe1t m evening ofJwc by lgor-Straviiisky, atpin. WIay. June 10 at theSkokie Poblie Library, 5212

Aioi.oi to this concert isfr

_11 pfqnoaoee. under theereofi .iductor LaorenceDavid Eckerliog, will include"Odd Foc Winds" and "The:&,s Tale." "be Soldier'sTole" is a theatre piece withn1c fe slob, bass, trumpt,_,e. darioe baoon, pefl OOd an actor who plays*1,0 ro4 e narrator, devil andthe saldi. Paul Edwards will.pbytbespeakingroles

E.eding, of Skokie, will becoIuding his first performanceù u t!Ifcago area. He has amast&s degree ¡n instrumentale.o.:tiegfrn Indiana Uniere-nity met was assistant comlactorof the ludimm University Opera

This program- was madepeosible by funding. from- theflhis Arts cmmril. AmericanFatian of Musicians, andnybmAthce.nmLmlon

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The lItI edition of Who's Wbo is Music will carry the sanan oftstudents from Notre Dame lligb Sehool foe Boys who bave beenselected as being amoog the country's most outstanding highschoolmosicotudent

Theheadofthe school's nominating eommitteeandtheeditomofthe annual directory have included the namm el tI Mudeotsbasedontheirmasicabilityacademic achievement, service tothecronmunity. leadership in éxtracurricidar activities mal fidare

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at. The Lambo, junetinfi I-M flIne;FamoimAmericaoHeroes;, Toitway and UI. , Rile. l, two Ment Patriotic; Moot OrIginal;,,mileaeaot of tibertysille. VOI. aM Mont Drenemos. Mditional

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Marriott's át Alilmu. hrShriner's . Waukegan 'ShaferPatrol, Navy bando, Drill Thansaiaiafloatalsrrwfflbefrnteredm

AteS 5pVof Eiimtaned"will foflawihe parade: 1 -traètions include, demon-

' strations afilie mnrtial aotWset VTao Kwnn Do; pop*lar andpatriotic ' manic performed

throughoigthe day byNauydu; choral perf001llancea;clowns; arel gaules far dIWnd.An art ShOWVby'HllIUOAdOrigimiwillLamb's outdnpaseJIanwelL'

SnaddItinII thets.allofllieLámwathLçoWiltbeoomfíon9:3Oa.ntta5pminclude a ddkkes'n fariflyal.»pet shop, silk screui!rt oflÇ.country Store, bakery. thriftshop, and mochsIiEç hietry Inn restaurant vili servebrunch from il am. to 3 p.m.,followed by a Family thyle Sly-perservedfrean4telp.m Feereservationscali3tl.SalO.

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'ED ISO1'Everybody Wants to V

V Make a Buck...

Why not. It's thé American way, ausVtVt?' To paraphrase, author Ed McBain, is the opeoing chapter of

his book, VThe Coo Mao", he,00yoitwell-lhe thio,go out there and sweat and you make a bUck. And you

mveotthatbnck in lemons and sogar. The waler and ice yon getfree. You've got yonrself a little lemonade stood hy the octe ofthe road and pretty soon you're pulling in five bucks a week.Von take that,five, and yen buy more lemunn and more sugar,and you spot your stando at intervals along the road, and prettysoon yea can't handle all the husmeos. You hire peopio to workfor you. You otart patting op the lemonade io bollies, then cano,and before you know it yonro freezing the stuff and it's beingdistributed in chain stores all over the country. You buy your-oeS a big bosse io the eonotry with a owimzoing pool and a gar-buge disposal, and yun go lu co*cktail parties where people serveyuolenionade with alittte bit of gin loosed iofor bicho. You have.arrived In spades".

Yep, that's the Americas way. Everybody has a right to earnaIming. '

lt's your izalieoahle right to perone happineso und the bsek.AO lang an you do it legally, or for that matter that which can becomtrued as legal by attorneyn and tannen, you'ne got noproblems wtththe law.

If, unfortunately, you do have a crooked quirk in your cortex,youcaostill do it. And, youcan remain a gentleman while doing

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You cunfool ullofthe people, all ofihe tIme.In otherworduYOU can become a cun.maO.Oryon canheenme an attorney.Oratanifluo. .Or u politician.01', anydamothiog yourheartdenlres.Even, Pre'oideot.

1f you lack the fdce, the uucial grace and are not sufficientlywell.eodowed by nature with the charismatic smile,' a glib

enunghtongue, plenty ofmooie or a noper abundance of gall yonmight lindsuebuhome ata losverlevel, sdchas

' A weekly newspaper publisher, a television commentator, areal enlate broker, an ad.man or a great creative salenman ofaoyproduct or service inwhichthere's a big buck.

Or, u writer, likellidney Sheldon, Amo Landers, Mike ROYkOVOr, ahoroeplayer or crapshooter. Or, a tout or tipsIer.The field for a King Con in as wide as the Eqsator, as diver-

V sified as the neven,seas and to scope stretches from the socialammenitien of 11h Avenue, to the auuteritiea of the platoon,opanning two hemtnpheren.

lo short, to any of the aforementioned endeavors you can pur-' nue not only the big bllCk hut yos can do it io style. Yen cao

becumepart ofa romantic, nitghtly criminal, non-violent adven.ture, see the world, make love to beautiful and myoterlouswomen while your booth trodthetimhern of glamucoos ships andenotic lando.

If â man can't make it big, nc reasonably big io America hecan't du it anywhere. FaO America IS the land of the FREE and

the home ofthe big buck.Where elne'could u former "B" manteador or a downstate

IRanio cuantryhumpkin become Prentdent?Only in America, guys and dolls, only io Anoenca, the bum-

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P,S, As t predicted befare too Derby...Pleauanl Colony will bethe 13th Triple Crown winner. Yna neo, this horse is a May foal,and an all thoroughbred korsen birthday's are no Jan. tnt, andbecause nono running nest Saturday were fouled as late an Muy,he's older and stronger, und that borne Is just now rounding Into

lap form.Thoroughbred race horses are out the fastest in the animal

Kingdom but they weigh ovar a thousand pounds, all of which inheld sp, including a little' mao and lead weights in the saddlehugs, by an ankle the thichoeno of my thumb, and they have autride of more than 25 feet - and, get this -they can accelerate toa speed of 40 mlles per hour is two seconds and no man-mademachine can do that. Van see, only God can make a borse or agreatcon-mus.

The Chicago Cubs are on the Improve. lo June they're gomamake a move withone nfthelongmt who streaks to the Idutory nf,

majar league hasebell-

And, NOWyoskuow lt'ssu, furl, Edllas000, toldyosso.

Aware sponsors.singles dahee V

All singles are invited tu adiocussien of The Lock Factor,Friday June 12 at 8 pm., at theLancer, 1450 E. Algonquin Rd.,Schuomburg. A dance with thelive music of Junction will followat .9 p.m. Admission is $4 forAware members, $1 for nun-members.

Aware is 'a net-for-profitorganization concerned with theneeds of single, widowed, unddivdrced people. Aware in amember of the, ChicugolandAssociation of Singles Clubs(CLAS). For mnre'hzformation,call Aware 16llt73.

Uiildren's

Tickets ere 00w 00 suIe toe theupcoming production of "TheLion's Who' Last VTh Busc"which will be peeveoted by sheShobie Fach District's Childreo'nTheater on Friday. Satorduy andSunday,' June 5,6, and 7 at theDevonshire Center Audirotium,a4on Grove St. The productiebwill be 'oluged at 7l5 pm. onFriday and at 2 p.m. on Sotorduyand Soodoy. V

'AU ticketb ace $1gO and muy hepuechuned io udvaoce'ut Devon-shireCenteroe ut the duorthe dayof the performance. For fmtherisforsoatiax, cell 674-1500.

Thellagle,Thnrrday,June 4, lIti

"Bleacher Bums"

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Pr' .Eo'omble Theatre Company will present Bleacher Bums June 5o uc on through July il at the Old Orchard Country Club, 710 W. Rand rd.,

Mt. Pronpect.

in Skokie Thiu comedy, cooceived by Joe Mantegna and written by Ike' Organic Theatre, io a loving tribute to those loyal fans who an-

' nually return tothe right field bleachers iz"the friendly cnofioeo ufWrigley Field". '' Directed by Norman Pohocoy, 'Bleacher Buzos' will be presentedFriday and Saturday nights at U30, $5.50, and Sunday at 23O p.m.,4.50. A dineer-thratre'package in available for $1250V Call f70-

06000er reservations. '

The Uiseshswood Liheuzy, 4000w. Pruli, will sponsor u bookrevioir of Ingrid Eurgnoan'e' MyStoi', at 730 p.m. on Monday,

' Jnzie8izsthe Carl Roehel Itoumothe library.The reoiew, the laut of ljze series

uflitorury evantu te he held at thelibrary this punt woeth, will he

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Book review 'given by Barbara Todd, o notedhook reviewer who hun thrilledsudizoren along the North Shorewith her deuznutic presentations.The evening te open to all,

without charge. For soy furtherbsformution, please call the libr-057 ut 607.5270.

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-VDirect from 'Alaska's icy waters,

Alaskans don't isst m'uke u meuf of fhi longtime favoeitr.' They make oeevesin g of it!

Now, you cao, ton. O arsuccofen t Crabjust keeps cumins.And su da alf the cIunic trimmings Soap or laoisk sotad bar.

Choice et cundiments. Geldes french fries and bread.An eedlesn feast for unyone whe's mad for crab. Afaskan.style-

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Lens Crab bot des's hune us eeliwitrd appetit*? Then try thishearty helping nf Crab seroed stees,iog hot er chilled. Cnmplrte

with trimmingslemon wedge, choice of condiments, fries '

und a big basket of brrad.'

CRAB FOR LUNCH! $3.95' Hrrs's a great break is Ihr middfr of psoe day. Crab, servedsteaming hot or chilfrd, cemplrts with lemon ssrdgr, choice of

Vcundimrnts and frirs.

Remember to make reservations forFather's Day, Sunday June 21!

Rosarvatiunsund MuiorCradit Curds sueleos,s.Ouequet fucili tissscuilsbfr.

: ' Victoria StationThe bese Peine Rib, And now a whale lot rimen.

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homes; but for moot studeoto, theronteo will he within at least one-half mile oftheir homes."- Aboot 45 otodents and parents

attended the May 27 meetingduring which school officiais,ooilined plans for the new hosroutes. It was an0000ced daringthe meeting that NOItTRAN willhold a public meeting on bun ser-vire for students on Wednesday,

: Jone 10 at the Des Plaines CivicCenter, 1420 Miner st.

In explaining the new renten, itwas noted some students fromthe closed Maine North HighSchool will have to sse two busesto getto and from school daily.

Joseph DiJoho, NORTRANEserstive Director and GeneralManager, told The Bagie thatNORTRAN hou bees able toprovide slodents with special bssrostes because of state subsidies.According lo DiJobo, the sub-sidieo poid to NONTRAN werethe difference between the cost ofa student's fare and the regslaradslt fare.

Maine High otodentu arecorrently paying 35 cents per rideon the special school rosten. Thenormal adult lare is gO cents ondthe state haspiched sp the 25 centdifference. However, because ofETA economic woes, this subsidyis heing eliminated.

DiJohn said the federal gover-nouent has not been able te assistto maintaining the NORTRANschool rostes. "The federalgovernment discouragesspeeiatined trippers......noch asDistrict 207 student routes," saidDiJuho.

DiJohn said extra buses wilt heused oí the major throughfaresbefore and after schont each day.It is possible tise NORTRAN ser-vice to alt residents may improvedaring these hours because of theelinumation of the student routeg.For instance, said DiJahn, duringthe hours studeals are using thebuses, the waiting timen un majorstreets may heecreased from ltminutes betweén buses to "7 or t

Dijuhn said 1,5ff Maine Highstudents currently ride the NOR-TRAM buses each day. He addedthat due to the lITAs serious

. money problems, it is possibleMaine High stsdeoln may bepaying more for each ride begin-ois5 in September.

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c*nt'd from Nilen'E.Muine P.1

00e bss is a 1075 model, theether two are t97g models andhave approximately 3O,Odn milesou each. There are only threeU.S. manufacturers that mahesmall diesel boues which sellfrom $6000f to as mach as$tfo,tOO each.

Stated Transportation Chair-man, Trustee Ang Marchesehi,"We rèally picked up a bargainsince we purchased these busesat an extremely low cust, whichwill now permit us tu replace theoriginal three Mercedes hunesthatwere purchased in tOD."

Shown admiring the new ad-ditiuns are Trustees Bart Mur-phy, Orville 050w, Angeln Mar-cheuchi and Director of PublicServices, Keith Peck.

Car pool...Continued from MG P.1. "Even if you are not a Cou-

tinental Cable TV subscriber, weorge you to call if you need a rideor can offer une," Sweeney uaid.'This service in free and offersstranded cumusutern additionalhope of obtaining a ride to workduring the crisis. All of ourCustomer Service- Represen-tatives have been briefed and areready to take oil notices," he ad-ded. When placiug a notice, in-dicate the community you live inalong with a phone number.

This in the first time that atransportation service bao beencoordinated through a cahleTVchannel which subscribers canmooitor 24 hours a doy.

Cub scout:

paper driveCub Paca 62 is holding a paper

drive un Friday, June 5 andSaturday, June 6 at the NitosCommunity Church, 74f1 Oakton,Nitos.

Huaro will be trum 7 p.m. to 9p.m. on Friday and 9 am. tu ltam. on Saturday. If ynu haveany papers for pickup, pteane call

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M7-0M3.. St. Louis grad

St. Lusin University conferreddegrees on 1,529 students May 1f,bringing the total number ofdegrees conferred thin year to1,9ff. Local graduates includedJulie B. Stopa, 7t25 N. Neya,Nues.

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'Krazy Daze'themefor

on carnivalOnce uguin Ike Morton Grove

Arnoricun Legion Pont p134 wiltuse the Kroay Daze theme fortheir annusI carnival which houbecome nu pepslue in po ynaen.As previously onnounced, .thefestivities 5Zitt be juintty held withthe PurIn Disteiet and ntboeconunmsity ucgnnizatinnn' 4th ofJulycommnmoration; but retiringLegion comnsisndoe Mel Buitysays the lucul Pont's yearlycarnival wilt unce muee becendocted tho four days it unuollyin, from Thurnday theongkSunday, July 2-5_

It is to be en tAgion rosado osit wan lout year oleo, at g140Dempnter.

The weekend octivitien includeIhn gula 4th of July fionwoekn, nporude and during the cumulaIsporuling bourn, bings, eiden,music, de-seing, concessions undother games for young und olderabbe. The Legion repronontulivesindicate there is no need to travellong dintonces lo theme-typo ridepucks foc poeticipotion in thuidentical events which Pont #134will nponner.

IncludOd inthe nennt is a grandprize drawing which fioatiuen the4 day feature. This yeoe the topprien is.$5,llhiO nash und there areother prizes in addition; all nfwhich e-iii he awarded at- thecaroivul'n' conclusion on SnudnyaIght:

With the Keozy Daze theme auin the lust few ynarn, manysueprises will abound and reni-dents will find feed, onjnymontund cordiality in a setting whereone con meet thoir neighbses and

fI;i Legionpresentsblood awards

The Morton Grieve AmericanLegion Pont #134 held thnir yearlyPublic Initiatiun of new memhernreoently, neid Pout CommundeeMel Buity indicates it was n fullevening for members, wives,guests and Auoiliae memheru.

Under the directien of SeniorVice Cononondee Ralph Hinte,tho evening begun with u cocistoilhour und buffet dinner. Fnllnw-beg the reremsnieo, dancing tookplace for Ihn remuinder uf thenight.

Awards - wilee also on theogendo for the evening. Deseco-hog Legionnaires or members ofthe community are singled outannually for cecogoition for theirdeeds. The sole owned this yearwas mude lu post coesmosederDoould Root who leus performedbeyond the cull el duty with biscurious rolen for the Posi und itsCurpocotise.

Atoo part of the evening wasthe bi-yeurly Blood Awards.Under the chairmanship of pontcommander Tod Rincaro, blooddocor pics cod certificates furblood doestions weru mude byKisouco. Itisoucu instituted ubland progreso in Pont #134 longbefore the 'village progrum wonbegun. Legion memberu havebe encuver ed for mucy. yearnbecause of the bland denoted bythe lanai group. Now they ansistand denote regularly with thevillane donors io the monthlyMorion Geove program.

Kiseurn nino presented highbland donors with uwards fromthe district and Depuotment 'nfIllinois Legion (stutel. The 7thDiutrict is componed of ten Legiongroups lecated on the north sideof Choses and the nuborbun

District 201's workprograms turn students'.lives into success stories. Start with fuer young peopie

who really didn't cure very muchfor school dud who opted to par-ticipote in their school workprograms primarily to get out ofschool early in the day, and rldoesn't sound much libe theheginnings nf a success snry.That's how i alt began for fourgraduates of Maine TownshipHigh Schont- District 207's ac-cupatinnal programs.

On May 19 the graduatesrepeated their stories In 4f per-nuns gathered at Maine South.High School, Park Ridge, for theannual Recognition Breakfast ofMaine's Career Education Ad-visory Cosocil (CRAC). ltbecame very evident that but forthe availability of the workprograms, these young peopleñcight not hove followed the righttrack in life and have such brightfutures before them.

Alan Gordon, of Des Plaines, a197f graduate of Maine NorthHigh School, attributed his ex-perience in North's DistributiveEducation program with muviughim inward a career goal as ateacher in DistributiveEdücation.

Part of Maine's BusinessEducation curriculum:Distributive Education givesstudents a basic foundation for acareer in management. Thestudent cumpletes the formalclannroum requirements early inthe day and afternoons are spentobtaining practical experience ata training station in the com-mnnity.

Gordon's participation in theprogram led him tu become ac-Uve in Maine North's chupter ofDECA )Dintrihutive EducatiuxClubs of America). He look partin state und area conferences,wun firot place in a marketingcompetition, and received ascholarship which led him tuenroll as business educationand marketing major at Nor-Ibero tltinois University )NIU).He is currently DECA Chapterpresident at NIU and in runningfur the National Board uf DECA.

Commenting on his change inattitude toward school, Gordonsaid that the distributiveeducation program changed himfrom a non-icvotved perseo to an

. involved person. He creditedCarclincHcmmcrdiog, BanioessEducation teacher at Maine Nor-1h, with motivating him toward acurccr gout.

Jilt ReIlan, cf Park Ridge, a19ff graduale uf Maine South,was involved in the DistributiveEducutics program ut Sooth.Today, she holds o food mer-chacdisiog managerial positionwith Jewel Food Stereo undbelieves there is room for her toadvance in the ccmpuny,

She claimed that thedistributive education progrumand Wallace Hommerding, cour-dinator nl thc program at MaineSouth, oct only taught. herabusi management but aboutresponsibility. She commented:"I was very welt prepared atMaine Sòsth for my job."

Relias wus also very active inthe DECA chapter at South. She

. was named DECA llludent st theYear io her junior year.

A 1974 graduate cf MaineSouth, Michael Sawin, cf

. McHesry, is currently AssistantChef al Le Vichyssoise FrenchRestaurant, Sawin said that

., when he become involved In theurea. ' - funds occupation prugram at

South and Was wertung io a littlecafeteria onDevon ave, he neverreally loohed at the possibilitiesthat could develop frsrn theprogram. . -

"I do recall," he said, "that Iwent from a studeot who flunkedfreshman English to the "B"Honor Roll ut school."

Upon graduation from highschool, Sawin joined the Marinesfor three years and second as acook. After leaving the Marineshe spent two years at theCulinary Institute nf America.Today when the chef-owner olLoVichyssoise goes os vacatibu, heis io charge of the restaurant's

Mary Mousy, of Des Plomeo; a197f graduate of Maine West andcomputer operutcr at Ihe DuPosICompuny, began her story bypointing out that like the otherspeakers, she did not like uchoul."In my senior year," she said,"Jomes Gory, coordinator,Cooperative Work Traioing)COVT) program icterested meinIhr program."

"I worked at Dupont while, inIhr program. The company hiredmc when I graduated from MaineSouth. Since then I have hadthree promotions and doubledmy salary," Malloy said.

District 277's Career EducationAdvisory Coancil consisto uf ap-proximately f0 members ofbusiness and industry io thecommunity and staff membersfrom Ike schools' occupationalprograms. Thq communityrepresentatives work with stallto see to it that Maine's oc-cupaticnal programs are hept up-to-date and are relevant tutoday's economy.

A model among such advisorycouncils, CRAC is headed byHolmes McLendon, President,MRC Industries, Park Ridge.McLendon was electedunanimously to a second term asc000cil chairman at the breab-fast meeting.

MG cyclist -

competes inU-.S road trialsRobert Kron, cycliol from Mor-

ton Grove, attended the OlympicDevelopment races earlier thisyear and wac the udly qualifier inthe sin-state midwest area in the1,8ff meter event, with a time el1.13. Healso qualified in the 3,000meter event, biking first place.As a result, Robert attended theJunior World Track trials May22is Pennsylvania and cnthpeled'May 31 in the USOTC road Irialsin Colorado Springs, Cul.

Robert will sIso participate inthe Junior World Championshipsthis ycur, held io Leipnig, EastGermany on July t-12.

Robert is just one cf Ihrathletes sponsored by the NilesTowoohip Olympic Commijtce)NTDC(, The Committee givesfinancial assistance tu Olympichopeful athletes who mightotherwise not be able to competein. their fields. Other athletessponsored by the NTOC are:speed uhater Celeste Chlapaty nfSkohie, hashetbotl slur ConnieErichnon uf Morton Grove, gym-nasI Ben Fou alno of MortuisGrove, freestyle figure skaterPaul Guerrero of Skukie andcyclist Robert Kron nf MortonGruye.

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Skokie TrUst Presidentcelebrates 24 years

Recently honored for 24 yearsof association with Shokie Trustfi Savings Bank -was PresidentLeRoy J. PlantoIr, Employees nfthe báñk gathered to honor theirpresident with a huge cake andgifts.

Under bin guidance and that ofthe Direisturn and Officers uf the . :

hank, Skukie Trust han expanded ,Lh'and maintainéd a direct in- /°"'vulvement in civic and eharitahleactivitieninthe coninsunity,

As he begins his 25th year, cas-tinned encouragement ufcustomer pafticipatlan in ner-vices and activities provided bythe bank will be uppermost atSkokieTrilst, - . :

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four-day weekCa,tkrned from rage 3president. Left Handedilurializes fur gun control afterasnunination uf Bobby Ken'nedy,,.Open house at HuntingtonSenior Citizens building at 9201Marylond...A 21 Maine High laxlevy defeated by 800 votes, Oakschool argo rejects increane by 3-1 inargln,,.Ang Marchenchichairs Lions' 15th anniveruarydinner-dunce at BunkerH1II,,,Pam Beusse, VickieOliveto, Darlene Hermun- andCheryl Bartlett members ufbusinesu leaders' club at MaineEust,,.Julm tanken appointed tuNaval Acadeffiy.,.2,700 nq, ft.humerejectedby Niles because itdoesn't conform tu 60% exteriormannisr3' ruling.,AI Martinretires an building rum-minnioner,.,Abe Selman andGeorge Leddy appointed tu aidpark heard in findingrecreational needs of rmidénls,3 Yearn Ago

Bart Murphy appointed to filivillage huard vacancy caused byRich Harczak'n renignatiun, Hisrole an local bank presideist undwork in state peStles are reusunsfor renigning,,.Tenopararyspecial ase zoning at 7353-73Cahiwell uve. for Greek OrthxduxChurgh,..Loitgr to Editor smilerformer Library administratorFrank Allen cisiden Left Hand fur"ignorance" regarding functionsnl a public library,,,Jagk Leslieresigns from park board afternerving 17 yearn al a corn-misuluner...New librarian EdithJackson cites incompleteness uflihrary hnuk collection .. Bill

.Kenney, Bugle's "businessmanuf the munth"..,Blood donorawards go tu John Peterson,Virlyn Hirley, ThaddeanPawlowski, Patricid Hildebrand,Raymond Davis, JohnGuerrier-ri, Richard Pntrue andMarilyn Vonu...David Gill awar-

Looidng 0cc goes to

during summerOahtun Cemmunity College

will adopt a fear-day work weekfor il weelin tIsis utumner, fromJune l500August. 21.

"This recumnsendatiun Is tIseresult uf a survey uf other corn-munity colleges in thearea. Thefour-day week will cunnerveenergy," according tu William A.Knehnline, President nf Oaktun,

"The decisiontu gn to a funr-day week wan also based osOahton's satixlactsry implemen-talinnufthe four and one-half daywork week fur the last tkreenummern," Dr. Kuehnline said.

Staff employees will have theaptiun ufwurking eifher7:30 am.

. tu 5 p.m., Or 8a.m. to 5:15 p.m.,with a half-hour lunch break,Monday through Thursday, for a30-hour work week, The regularweekis 39 hours.

Kuehnline added that Oaktonwill abat dorm completely for theweekend during the 10-weekperiod, except fr security and adala processing operator to keepthe computer upen for Riles

- Townnhiphighncbuols.. Carthage

graduateMichael J. Day of Nilen,

received a backelur of artsdegree in English from CarthageCutlegeSunday (May 24).

Day joined 324 other bachelorof arts candidates and 21 masterht education candidates is theClassof 1981.

Day in the son of Mr. and Mrs.Donald J. Day, 9000 Grace ave.,Nilts.

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bites and waxen "eloquent", or she dernenntraten feigned interestlnthenahjecthe inlrnduces.

9. In groups uf women, cunvernatlun consists uf an intimateabating ufpernnnnl experiences, a weaving uf the personal into thegeneral and political, and freewheeling speculation unrestrainedbyacademicrslisx ni-heundarim.lo. In greups uf men, conversation corniste nf impersonality and

ahab-action with personal questions and anxieties dinguixed osgeneralities.

11. Men often tare aside Ihe gantent of a woman's cunvernatiunharasse they don't approve of her particular "style" of delivery.Heavén forbid! If she assumes an angry tone, he judges her in'capable of 'reasonable' diucuarse and cula off communication. Ifher man would hear her sut, she wouldn't-have to trot nfl to herwomen's cnnnciuusnesu raising group.

I have tried to discover why tIsis oil cameabotat. Voila! I)savelearned the hey difference between male and female. No. Il hasnulhing tu do with the genitalia or with physical structure. Thetruth Is that men and women have different brains, Men areduminated by the left hemisphere of their brain und women by Iheright hemisphere. Suwhatduen Ibatmeun,yus ask?

(Obviously, there are some men whs are esciseptiorn Is my grossgenerallzatiopa. They are, however,all gay.)

It means that there are two ways of "knuwhsg". Eachhemisphere ufthe brain processes the same information in two dit-feront ways. The Left hemisphere moste in responsible for: verhal,ratiunal, analytiral,lugical and un-time thinking. The Righthernisphere mude means: intuitive, subjective, relational, seeingoverall patterns, and lime-free thinking. Research indicates thateven hefure birth, nur kurmones imprinta cade un the brain. In ad-lillian to whics, cultural experiencen can masculinizo nr feminizeIke brain. Su, equal rights nutwilhstandíng, we are coming Ironsdiffereutplacen. Hence, ourprublem with cornmsulcatinn.

So, fureveryprohlem, inthe Aussericantradition, there's gatto hea solution, right? What tu du? We could offer cousues to menanhow tu get its touch with their right krak,. Or courses tu women unhow to turn on their left hrain, Or wecould try to tenets each otherthe wisdurnufuur parlicalarsex.

TheBngle,flnrnday, Jane 4, 1881 ' Pgefl

The problems of male-female relationships will certainly not hesolved in the kedranm but in the dining ranm nr liviqg room-wherever there 'es conversation. Perhaps tugether we can attempttocunutructa commun language which wilibridgethe mule-femalecultural divide. tI's worth a try. We've gut nutidng lu lane but the

. differences which set un apart from une another. And thitt'snogreatluss! .,. . u

District 219caucus seekscandidatesThe Dlalrict 210 caucus is

seeking candiduten fur theDistrict 219 N'dos Township HighSchool Board. Pleam call JackBleadun evenings and/arweekendsato76'0820 ifyon arete'Wrested or have any recummen-dations.

Niles Zoning...Continued from Page 3

selling their cloned schoolsbecause there are un manysuhurbanschuels up for sale now.Explaining the school hoard'srefusal tu stute they mdi nut sellschools, Salerno said Dintrict 63"just duesn't want to clam offany options desee the ruad and Idon't blame them."

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complying with the removal or-der issued to them un April 29.The arder stated a hazardouscondition existed in the theatreand additiunal exitu fur 400per-nons and fire escapen would havetu he inutallOd. At that-time theNileu Fire Department alsostrongly ' recommended asprinkler system he installed inthentructure. -

The playhouse was resurveyedby the'Fire Department alter TheBugle reporteda slurp involvinga panic incident which took placeun March 19 during a sold-notperfnrmance by Liherare, Atthat time a light hulk over thestage area caught fire and thetheatre filled with smoke,causing patruns tu begin apanicky exitfromthe theatre,

Several phune calls and letterswere received by The Bugle f romStlsme inaliendance complaininguf the - lack uf exIx.-.and thepincement of wheelchairs in theaisles.

Suhaequentlp Mill Run issued ahan on wheelchair patrons fromthe theatre bat after a meetingwith village officials un Mayt5,Herhert agreed to remove a rewof seats to allow fur theplacement of the wheelchairs.

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IT'S GOOD BUSINESS

TO SHOP LOCALLY

Albert Goldma. n 25 yenrrenident of Mto &ove nerved3 terme ne commnndev of Morto..Grove Poet 7 ofthe J.W.V. nedthen become date mnmm,der

banquet Snturdny, ¡mro 6 et theRemade Oliere following hinhetoghonoredby Governor Thomp000 to apoojal nOnato reeohition20 for tor uetiriog work 0e behalfof veterana of mr warn. He waonloo recently hOOOrOd by thevoteraor aooiotnece oommisoioo(compisedofollvetornn organzalions) and the state veteranoaffairs offico...for bi dediation.

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jwv Morton Grove Commander honored

Szao1e 1/11.4. 2Vootoo. 9ome. 9«2i1I Eaae ?Naee

Czmìtinnder Al óoldmnn helpedtodedication ofthe Moflan Grovevietnam Wer Memorial and woenef the Mayor Byrne Blue RibbonCommittee of the recent meneur-Ial fur Çorean and Viet Noonretorneo at the Chicogo QvioCenter.Commander Goldman has been

active in Veteran oiro for over32 yeoru, fighting for Voteronsrighto through 7 presidentoladmmo st satione and demandingbeBer treutmeot for Veteranethrotogh the veterana udminiotro-tiooí...wtfile at the same timeleading activities ugoinet anti

NICOLOSIS NORGECOIN-OP CLEANERSHARLEM MILWAUKEE AVE.

763-9447

PAINT WAGON8014 N. WAUKEGAN RD.

965-9460

PATEK t SONS6123 MILWAUKEE AVE.

641-9836

semitic groupe and fostering nbetter understanding of Israelwhich he tenne núr otrongest allyin the Middle Enel.The Shekínnh Singers, n chriut-

ion ohuroh group forzo Jononville,Wis. will oppenr at the banquet.This group of 12 entertainers orequoted os aoyong' We devote nurservices beoouee ou Chriotians...we are grieved by thn contornee ofpereerotioo, misunderstandingand ontioemitiom...und ore proudof the opportonity to honorCommander Goldman and theJewish Wer Voterons of theU.S.A. (The oldest woe veterans

group in the U.S.A.)whn detineso muds time to people of oilrecen, creeds med eeliginns...iatheir timen of need.ConunasodeeGoidmon, a veteran

of WWII (Glider Pilot) and theKorean wnr(5 Army Heodqunt-ers), has just endorsed n billpassed in illinois State Senate tosoeheito misdememior to wear èscarry the flog of an existant orfornecE enemy foreign nation...what he tarons an outrage andvo(gority to the 12 million mèn,women and children otall notionsand.fo)tho who died to preserve

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ELSES BEAUTY SALON - 965.1399BILL'S ORIGINAL BARBER SHOP - 965-3711

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BEN FRIEND REALTORS. 7234 TOUHY AVE.

-114-2MO

TOMMY TUCKER DRIVE-IN9101 MILWAUKEE AVENUE

Skokiestickers...Coot'd from Skohie-L'wood P.1

ony resident whohao nothooght avehicle sticker, to do so now."

Stickers cost $20 forautomobites and coo be pur-chased al Village Hall, 5127Oaktos, from 5:30 am. to 5 p.m.

. Monday through Friday. Thistronsactios ran also he handledthrough the mail. For more io-formatino call g73-g500, and askfor vehicle licensing.

Ryan pointed out that the- reason for the craékdswn is tocollect the needed funds thesticker 'saies provide. "Themoney cotiocted from thestickers is used fur repair andmaintenooce of viltage rood-ways. Ito important to collectthis money which is legalty duethe village, so that wo caoprovide the best service to allmotoristu,".he added.

Great Ainerieadisçount ticketsThe Morton Grove Park

District will osee again he of-fering Grout America Tickets atdiocouutod tees. The cost will be$10.20 per ticket. Thto is $3 lensthan the $13.20 gate price.Tickets may he purchased at theRacquetball Counter, doily hot-

- w000 the hours of f:St am, tof3tp.m.

0CC autOprograms awardedscholarship

The Automotive Service Ex-cellooce and AutomotiveTechoology Apprenticeprograms at Oakton CommunityCollege have received s ff00scholarship award by theAutomotive TransportationSupervisor's Association.

The ocholarship wlll be award-ed to students on the "basis ofscholontir ability," said Kart M.Raab, chairman of theassociation's scholarship curo-mittee.

"The student (or studeols)most be in, good standiog andpursuing a full-time programloading to a certificate or degree.Academic purssit must be inautomotive repair, automotiveoervice excellence, or io somecases, automotive manogementfields." -

"The scholarship award will beself-renewing as long as the highstandards of automotive traioingare maintained," Rash added.

The schulorship award wasreceived by Oahton inceremonies held May 14, at theDiplomat WesI io Eimhurst.

Robert Duncan, coordinator ofthe Automotive Service En-cette000 and AutomotiveTechnology Apprenticeprograms at Oakton, said the f ir-st scholarship will be awarded forthe 1951 fall semester.

-Handgun rally..-.Continued from Pagel

violence to participate at thisrally. I'm convinced that ilmotivated peopie join together,we can develop the influence sodpower needed to pans and enforceneeded new legislation aod torestore safety to O terrifiedsociety underhandgun siege.

"Even before the rally, we'vebeen getting isdicatioos of strongsupport for this effort. Everyoneis aware these days that thesuburbs no longer are bastions ofsafety. We've been receivingcalls and tellers from so many ofour neighbors and friouds abouttheir experiences involving hou-dgun confrontation. Some ofthem have been tragic."

Jallo further stated, "Wedecided to hold nor liest poblicmeeting in Morbo Grove toachoowiedge the courage of the

- Village in confronlmg this veryissue. We've decided to lake astand hero and now. Either thisinsane escalation of handgunjungle warfare wilt he halted andreversed, or our entire systemwilt go dowo the tubes.."- Elected officials from locol,state, and federal government, as: well as other dignitaries and thectergyhave pledgedtheir supportand attesda000 atthe rally.

For farther iolorsvatioo ceo-corning the rally or participationin the Shokie-Morton GroveChapter, Coosmitlee for HandgunControl, rail Rep. JolIe at hisShokio office, 965-9050.

Dempster St... -Cootinned from Pagel

greatly by September, when the -

both of the work is done. Theremainder of the work wlll becompleted during October andNovember, bot traffic will not begreatly affected by lbál work.

Village officiais also remindresidents that all stores in thisarea are open for houmous andare accessible by car. "We areñot discouraging renidents- fromusing the street to patronize the

A Dempster merchants. We aredoing our best to moho suce thatpatrons can use the stores in thatarea. They ace all opon forhusmeos," Schoeffmann said.

Skokie Mayor Albert Smilhsaid, "The businesnes io thatarea have bees patient and un-derstaoding over this conotruc-lion. In the tong run it will benefitthem and the entire village. For00w, WO hope-that residents whonsrnnally patronize those storeswill conliooe to do so. Things willreturn to normal is that area in ashort timé."

The construction includeswidening of Dempotcr, cocon-struction nl deterioratedpavement, adding protocied leftturn lanes al ail Interuections, in-stoliotion of an interconnectedtraffic signal system, and a sewotreet lighting system.

Skokie resident-receives 0CCleadership awardRandi Schneider, Skohie, was

among five Gakion CemmosityCollege students who receivedStudent Leadership Awards atthe college's 1951 commencementcerémonieu heidlluoday, May 17.

The awards Ore modo based onthe students' involvement in fiveareas of entro ond co-curriculoractivities.

Schneider, president nl Gesher,was awàrdod for her work in Ikeoreo of clubs and orgooinatioos,specifically her efforts to -org*sme Jewish Arts Week atibecollege and other Geohec evento

Dear Editor:Onq of Ike biggest surprises of

my Nitos Park Districl meetingparticipations came last Tuesdaywhen Dan Kooiba was voted in athird "consecutivo" time aopreoidont. I want one thing un-derotood right now. My quarrelis not with the qualifications ofthe personhst with the (aimons ofthe act. los general I had noargument With Dann tenore inoffice and I told him as much atone time, bol I do draw the linewhen there is as apparentfreezing oat of a oonsmissi000rwho rightfully should be given achance at least once in her timeis office,

Again t reiterote, I am not pro-anyone as to their qoslificatisvnbecause each person's con-tribotiso is something that in upfor debate no matter how theyperform, became we all have ourpersonal hongnpo on what's best,Bot, in alt fairness, ElaineHei000 deoerven her time at balin tbat she otan the sent logicalcandidate in line. When she wasvoted io an a commissioner, shegarnished the largest vote of thecandidates running, and thatmust say somelbing of her on oporoso. Sure, io the mayoralelection she was clobbered buithat's another ball gamo- andreally nays nothing about her

ILETTERS to EDITORIHemen deserves tsrm as park head

park district status.She most he given her day in

court and stand or foil on her -

ability as a president. And I sayit again...f 0m not blowingHelfen's horn. t would he sayingthe same thing no malter whoWas Involved and that's the truth.As a matter of fart I was O bit

flabbergasted by the proceedingswhen I heard comments tu the el-feet that no commisnioner shouldhave consecutive terms in office,so that the responsibility ofpresident is to he divided amongthe available c000missi000ro.

Dan's good job as president insot in debole here. t believe wehove five equally good people onthis hoard. If, after each has had¡boje time as president, one stan-du nut better than the rest, thenthere in time enough for a secondterm and maybe mote if one inthat superior.

Yours trulyVal Engelman

P.S. Walt Beuuse has hod a termos president previously so I con-oider him as having a torn andanit shopes up with his vicepresidential term, he wiltprobably be the next president.The newcomers to the boardshould follow with their timro anthey gainenperience and stature.

EASTERN'S

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From thé LEFT HANDContinood trum Puge I

profeosionot sports in Chicogo, with the owners of the teamsolsoowningthe TV networks.

is the tie-uphetween the Eddie Einhorn of pienty'smoney maker and (seul residents? Simply, If a guy who hasbeen in TV formonyyeoro ron foresee tho potential of cabioTV, whycooidn't a isrui community, which has a great dealof msney and know-how, alus get intothe ownership of cableTV in its eonimonity? What we'ro asking is, why couldn'tdollar-rich Nues, perhaps the mostprogressive cousmunstyamong ali Chicago suburbs, own its owntoioeision franchise?

Ñiles free bus service manifesto a tnwn which in getting agreat deal uf money from its shopping rentero and ethersources above and beyond what its neighbors are getting. Itwould seem Nibs wsaid be the one iowo in norarea whichconidhandie owning Its own cabletV franchise.

Tuesday morning we spokelo a representative of Cnntinen-Ial CahieTV, which has the franchise io Morton Grove. Hesaid presently the complete package costa M: G. residents$20.15 per month which comes to $250 per year. io the fail anadditional servire will be offered to Morton Grosero whichwill raise the price to almost $28.00. Gradually, the cost ¡o-creuses. lt is likely the fee wifi be closer to $50 0 monthwithin the inomediote years. What we're writing is cabio TVhas an unlimited potential which could cost residents $tOO peryear. What a hoSanna this would be for a eemmuoily whichwould have the fortitude to undertake owning its own (ron-clisse. A community such as Nues with ahoot 10,000 residen-liai suits could hove the potential to tobe io $f,000,000 on-ouaiiy from a village-owned rabio TV franchise.

InMortun Grove the Continental man told us the hauic ser-vice for catite is $t.95 monthly, For,anolher $t.95 ysn pur-

S chase Cinemas. Anadditinnul $6.95 will gel you Hume BonOffice, a third service, and io the fail for another $6.95 youcan purchase Sbowthose, o fourth service. The initial $f.t5hoyo you the basic 34 channels. Each odditiooat $f.95 buysthese other programs. You ran see the endless potential focadding fees torattditi000lprograwming.

When you cposider the taxes you pay today, you might getan understanding of what cabte TV revenue could do tsr acommunity if itwas owned hy the community. If on eventualsf00 a year is spent sy the TV watcher, how much better itwould ho to pay jito your community rather thon to a privatefroochise whichwouid take the money ost ofthe cormssooity.It is quite posoihie. if Niles ran cable TV, it might rostresidents only $210 per year. The village could ose the ad-ditionol revenue in other oreos, aod quite llkely reduce otherlonesto ils residents.

ithas a honanza potontialwhich is heyoodour imagination.

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