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Full text of "Antioch News 06/27/1985"

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by PETER GILL 

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry N p|^sen(ed the new plans for the 
revitalizaUon of the village at a chamber din- 
ner on June 26. 

A presentation by Mi cha el Warren, head of 

the revitaUzation committee, topped the bill 
at Harbor Ridge C.C. where local business 
owners cainecto.see what, new things' are 

progressing in Antioch. '--_-' - 

Part d; Warren's slide show included a 

comparison of the backside of some Antioch 
businesses with what has been done with 
backs of buildings in Homewood. The real 
estate executive showed that the backs can 
look just as attractive as the fronts of 
buildings. '■'■] 

Warren said that the most important step 
in the newest attempt to revitalize downtown 




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Antioch is the 
district (TIF);": 

TIF, according to Warren, solves twobig 
problems that. the plans have bad in the past 
There was a lack of funding in the district 
and constant battles with property owners to 
give up their land for revitalizatlon. 

-^^WitbtTIFr ^Warren explained,- both 
problems would be solved with one vehicle. 
Not only would TIF be a vehicle to create 
funds, but it gives the commission the right 
of eminent domain over certain properties. 

Membera_j>r the chamber, the Antioch 
Village Board and the commission were at 
the dinner. Warren said that it was im- 
portant for all three groups to work together 

■ on the redevelopment 

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Good News tn 



Bonnli Bryskt'prCMjdt/ hold* up fjor trophy she won In a Powder Puff i 

rSpWi*wdn:June-^ 

Antioch Rotary Cfob. It is theseccnd largest fundraiser of tho year for. tho dub. 
Race Chairman Bill Griff In awarded Bruskl the trophy immediately following her 
victory^— Photo by Peter GUI.. v" ~''"~~ -— - 



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PSt And Bike Parade 



Cotillion A Success 

Members of the Antioch Mental Health 
Assn. wish to thank the patrons and everyone 
who donated to and attended the 1985 
Cotillion. It was a great success. 

The Cotillion was held on April 29 at the 
Holiday Inn in Gurnee. - .—_-_^^:_-^.;:_ _ . 

The Cotillion itself raised 18,200. Seventeen 
thousand dollars was. donated to Grove 
School in Lake Forest, Riverside Foundation 
in Lincolnshire and Lambs Farm in Llber- 
tyville, These are all facilities that help the 
handicapped child, young adult and adult in 
their quest for a life of meaningand purpose. 

The Anlioch Mental Health Assn. also 

operates the Thrift Shop at 921 Main St. in 

-Antioch 



Children from all over the Antioch area 
will be bringing their pets and their bicycles 
to William's Park on Saturday, July 6 for the 
annual News-Reporter Pet and Bicycle 
Parade. 

The parade, which had 45 participants last 
year, will begin when, the children start 
lining up between 10 and 10:30 a.m. Judging 
will take place by 11:30 and awards will be 
given to winners and other participants by 
noon. . 

There will be three categories in the pet 
contest and three in the bike contest. Par- 
ticipants will be in two different categories, 
one group seven years old and under and the 
othengroup between eight a nd 13 years old. 

Thethree different things that the pets will 
be judged on will be the most unusual, best 
groomed and the funniest 



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For the bike contest, the three, categories. ,< 
are the most patriotic, most unusual and the 
moat humorous. 

Trophies will be awarded to winners, but 
all the participants will get something for 
entering. 

Interested participants can register at the 
Antioch News-Reporter office on Main St, 
King's Drugs, Here's The Scoop. Meta's 
Candies, Antioch State Bank; first National 
Bank of Antioch or the Parks and Recreation 
office. . . ■ - 

A complete list of the rules is available at 
the News-Reporter Office. ■ _. . /_ 

The event is sponsored by Meta's Candies, 
Kaydan and Here's The Scoop, besides The 
Antioch News-Reporter. 

Parents are encouraged to come to the 
event which is open to the general public. 



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The Village of Antioch will have a busy 
Fourth of July celebration this year, as 
usual. 

The festivities will start out on the eve of 
the big summer holiday with -a beauty 
pageant, followed by live entertainment. 

On th e fou rth, a parade will start off the 







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day, followed, by. a number of ; activities at 

William's Park.. The celebration will peak 

with the fire works display, and finish with 

* ~more live entertainment 

The Miss Antioch'Pogeant will kick off the 

T festivities at 7 p.m. at the William's Park 
Pavilion oh July 3. The winner of the contest 
will represent Antioch at the Lake County 
Fair Queen contest on July 24. Money and 



prizes will be given away to the top con- 
testants at the Antioch pageant Afterwards, 
Ernie Levas and the EPL Express with the 
Blues Brothers Act will perform. 

_ The parade will begin at 10. a.m. oh the 
holiday by the high school and finish at 
William's Park. The festivities then continue . 
at WilUam'sFartfor theiioon water fights. - 
William's Paric will be the place to be that 
afternoon with music, food, gamesa'nd pony 
rides for the kids. 

.-' After dusk, the Antioch Jaycees will spon- 
sor a fireworks display at the. park. 
Following the sky show, Ernie Levas and his 
band will once again entertain to : cap the 
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Brae Loch Country Club has strategic location bet- 
ween two key Lake County spots-College of Lake 
County /Grayslake campus and Lake County 
Fairgrounds/Lake County Farm Bureau Headquarters. 
Officials of both college and fair association support 
_acqulsltiori_of_Brjoe_LochJby LakeCou nty Forest Preser- 
ve District. -rGraphics by Jill Schroeder 



Another vote— possibly the ; 
final one-^-will be taken 1 by r 
commissioners "of the Lake, 
County. F'orest; Preserve 

Dist. on the purchase of Brae 
Loch ,; Country :; ciuk at a*.: 
special meeting Friday, • 

. JuneaSji;;-''^-,'-- 

-The Brae "Loch -purchase^ 
was put oft the agenda when 
commissioners approved a 
par limenta ry move 16 to 6 ; 
initiated by * Commissioner 
Eleanor Rostron of Zi on . 

,~ ,". Rostron invoked RideijCCv 
which' permits any 'member 

; to bring any issue before the 

. entire board with majority 
approval. :. rostron sought 
approval of the land com- 
mittee minority report on 
BraeLoch. 

Approval of the Rostron 
motion is an indicator of the 
vot e, on acquisition of the 158 
acres mid-county golf 
layout . k 

Opposing the motion were 
commissioners Donna Mae 
Li toiler of Ingles ide,- Jim 



^FJeW^ of AnUbch, Robert 
Depke of Warren Township, 

'Glenn MlUer of Long Grove, 
Del oris Axelrod of Highland 
Park and Bob Neal of Wad- 
sworth. -~~ 

Litwiler is on record as. 
saying that she will support 
purchase of Brae Loch if it 
comes before the board 



through committee . char^ 
helsr-whichithas. 

At a meeting Friday, June 
21 , President Donald 
Stronger reiterated his . 
assertion that, . he will [ not 
veto Brae Loch if it comcSs 
before the board via the 
-cominitteejlraite^-which It 
has. 



• Commissioner Fred, Popp 
of Lake : VUW wto:opppsed 
Brae Loch at ' a land com- 
mittee meeting was absent . 
, because he and his wife a re 
on a tour of the Scandinavian 
countries,. •" V "v;-:..T'';'-' .. 

•■Apprbyal . of : 13: com- 
missioners is necessary to 
approve the : purchase of 
BraeLoch. ; 






The Building and Health 
Committee is announcing 
awards given by the 
National Assn. , of Counties 
(NACo). NACo recognizes 
achievements by County ac- 
tivities which seek to im- 
prove the organization, ser- 
vice delivery and 
management of County 



GovenimentTAwardsWill be 
presented to those counties 
selected as outstanding by 
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• The Lake County Health 
Dept has been recognized 
for awards of the following 
serylces| Health ; Dept. 
Hypertension. Program- Wo- 
jtsite Project; Hearing and 
Vision Screening Program; 
Mental Health Div.'s CMI 
Task Force; Coordinated 
"Area Treatment - Service 

- (CATS); Community-Day 
Treatment (CDT); Mental 
Health Div.; Improvement 

- in Preventative Health in 



Children's Day Care Centers 
and the Mental Health Div. 
"Jobaub". > 

Earns Degree 

Steven D. Skidmore, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Don Skidmore 
of 490 First St , Anlioch, has 
been commissioned a second 
lieutenant through the Air 
Force ROTC, program, and 
earned a bachelor's degree 
from the University of 
Illinois, Champaign. 






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Fifteen Lake County high 
school graduating seniors 
have been selected by the 
College of Lake County 
Board of Trustees to receive 
the CLC Merit Scholarship. 
~=-rThe^- scholarship covers, 
tuition and fees for full time 
study at CLC during the 1985- 
86 academic year. In ad- 
dition, scholarship winners 
who maintain a grade point 
average of^O.^betterwUl^ 
be ehgibleT~to have their 
scholarship renewed for one 
additional year. 

The CLC board established 
the annual , award in 
February, 198S. Ttie board 
awards one scholarship to 
each high school within the 
CLC district which has a 
graduating class of at least 
100 students. Students from 
other high schools within the 
CLC district and students 
who live' within the CLC 
district . but attend out-of* 
district schools are com- 
bined for one additional 
scholarship. 

"Hiis year's scholarship 
winners are: Richard John- 
son, Warren Twp, High 
School; Laura McSwain, 
Highland Park High School; 
Paul Wanthal, Grant Twp. 
, High School; Leslie Norkus, 
Waukegan East High 
School; Mary Bayer, 
Waukegan West High 
School; Vicki Wochrlc, Nor- 
th Chicago High School; 
"VickTPeteTSTCarmel^chool 
for Girls; Patrick Monahan. 
Carmcl School for Boys; 
Colleen Reid, Round Lake 
High School; Sherry Bird. 
Grayslake Hich School; 
Michael Campbell, Liber- 



tyvffle High School; Robert 
Rampale, Antloch High 
School; Axel Slgovia, Mun- 
: deteln - Higti ISchooli Carol 
Davison; Zion-Benton High 
School and Anthony Zera, 
Wauconda High School. 



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. JJ 6 ,^^jftegto«i;ffistoricaI Society win 

bold an open houseon the Fourthof July, The 
annual event should be improved from last 

^'P^«^rf<^Hiyringimpr6yement8at 

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presidentMel Krdrsch. ^~ 

: A new sidewalk and curb add to the outside 

theinside v win;. allow for more displays, 

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The Tina] I cereioiry for Warren Po0y was 
more thanjusta funeral Itwasanevent. 1 ^ 
■il sSSS-^Iwi n^lendents from 

STSiSf Couniy **"*** "P at United 
"£^"J^on June* to pay their last 
respects to the man who was superintendent 
of Antioch^School for 13 yea!? SIS 
taughtat the school since 1948. 
Polley died of cancer oh June 18 at Victory 



"^SSJSSK^ &*k* He was63. 

HillsWe Cemetery where he was laid to rest 
in aspot overlooking the lake, which bis wife 

Mary said was important to him 

i„ pSS? 1 TO memoria t * «nd has been setup 
m Polley's name yet, memorial funds should 

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A 'sweet' addition to the Village of Antioch, 
has come In ibe shape of varkm cookkw, 
candy, granola and much more to tempi the 
most discriminating sweet tooth. 

'All Weighs', located at SIS Park Ave., An- 



much. 





Nevv Facility 



State line Dry Wall, a subsidary of the US 
Gypsum Co. , was granted a building permit 
for a new facility located south of the state 
line on Main St 

The Antioch Village Board unanimously 
passed the authorization of the permit at a 
meeting on June 17. The company will have a 
well and septic tank temporarily Installed 
until wa ter and sewer become available. 

In other board action. Mayor Toft was 
authorized to sign an agreement with Lake 
County for a 149,567 jobs bill block grant 
fund The money will be used in construction 
for the improvement of Anita Street hi An- 
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tiocb (Behind Barnstables) off ers over 170 
drl ect ibl e i tonsr anginglrom soups and cof - 

"I really couldn't believe we had this 
We (cot prices) are so reasonable 

we shop so carefully," said part- 
ownerMUle Olson. 

Olson ana daughter Ingrid, 19, of Hawtbor- 
., are equal partners in the store. 
from quality products, they strive to 
please individual customers. :~: 

"We're trying to do what people want," 
said Olson. Special ordering items requested 
by customers is common for the Olsons. 

"We can't be Jewel, we have to be different 
and yet we have to please the people. We 
aren't a big chain," said Olson. 

They may not be as large as some stores 
but they are quality and specialised quantity 
alllbeway. 

"Deliveries are made every week. We 
don't stock a lot of food. We don't have much 
comprtition here," she said. 

For the diet conscious, "All Weighs" 
stocks sugarless nut horns, chocolate filled 
shells diet candies and more. " We are going 
big on diet items... no sugar and salt Trail 
mix and granola are our biggest items," said 

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Two Antioch teens were bit by an mat 

tentive boater whfle trolling in their smaller 

craft on Grass Lake .in the first major 

"boating accident of the summer season; — : — 

The teenagers, driver John Lindgren, 14, 
and his female companion, Anne Wegl, were 
not seriously miured but nine people on the 
other boat were admitted to the hospital 
after the June 9 accident. 

Lori A. ^NoroeeaC », of Skokie was ticketed 

by Lake County Sherifrs deputies after 
driving the her 21-foot craft into the teens' 18- 
foot boat If she had not put the boat into 
reverse at the last mifnitet Lake County : 
SherUTs Deputy Jerry ^Erfclisen said, her 

boat would have went right over, the top of 
the other one, putting the lives of the teens in 
danger. : . '/'; ',:'■' 

Nordeen was ticketed for reckless 
operations and several safety violations 
inchiQ^failingtoyieki . . 



There were U passengers on Nordeen's 
boat some sitting on the bow when the ac- 
ddent occurred. Some of the passengers flew 
overboard as the hosts fn1lided,__jone. 



Redevelopment Meeting 

Members of the Antioch Chamber of Commerce and Industry met with village of- 
ficials and members of the redevelopment commission at Harbor Ridge C.C. on 
June 26. From left to right in the front row is: Antioch Mayor Ray Toft, Michael 
Warren, chairman of the redevelopment commission and. owner of the Antioch 
Century -21 , Bill Brook, chairman of the board of the State Bank of Antioch; in the 
back row, from left to right is: Ray Scarpelli Jr., of Raymond Chevrolet-Oldsmobile; 
Cathy Galdine of Galdine Electronics, Larry Hansen, chamber retail board mem- 
ber. Laddie Koreck, member of chamber and redevelopment commission, Jeff 
Mulder, president of the chamber of commerce.Photo by Peter Gill. 

Graduates Air Force 

Airman Michael 

Whitehead, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Murry Whitehead of 
40523 W. East Drive, An- 
tioch, has graduated for the' 
LT.S. Air Force Aircraft 
Maintenance Course , at 
Sheppard Air , Force Base, 
texas. .■ - . 

During -the course, 
students were taught air- 
craft maintenance : fun-, 
damentals to repair and 
service one and two-engine 
Jet aircraft 

Graduates' of the course. 






smashing through! the window of the boat 

There were only six life preservers in the 
boat Some of the injuries sustained were 
gashes and broken bones, Ericksen said. . 

Nutrition 

Food service directors, dieticians and 

'other. staff: m hospitals and nursing homes' 
throughout Wisconsin and Illinois will learn 
about the nutritiond needs of the elderly in a 
one-day conference scheduled for June 28 in 

: Madisnn. 

4- For riurther^ ihfonnatioh,-contoctvSarah: 
Aslakson, UW-Extension, 465 B WARF 
Building, ■■ 610 Walnut ST., Madison, Wis. 

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earned credits toward an 
associate degree through the 
Community College of the. 
Air Force. 




FOR THE MANY Wrtdn«if« ex- 

tended to Warren . Polley and 

-hli fomlly -ovmr thine trying; 

..months;' We are- et«rnally 

grateful. Thank you! Thank 

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Following is the Ca rme 1 
High School for Boys Honor 
Roll for^ the -1965 --second 
semester; Those -students 
named to the Principal's 
Honor Roll earned all "'A'-' 
grades; the "A" Honor Roll 
indicates all grades "A" or 
"B", with no more than two 
"BYland the "B" Honor 
Roll indicates' no grade 
■ lower than a "B". f ; 

Antioch: James Done, 
"A" Honor Roll jmd Dean 
Frasch,"B" Honor Roll; 

Fox Lake:* Robert Koseor, 
V'B" Honor Roll. - ; - 

Great' Lakes: Charles 
Stewart and Gerald Sawicki, 
Principal's- Honor Roll; 
James Graham, Sean Dean 
and Chris Struempler, "B" 
Honor Roll. . . 

Gumee: Peter Schommer, 
Timothy Chamemik and 
Scott Stahoviak, Principal's. 





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Honor Roll; Philip Kliora, 
-^A^Honor^Rollj-oStephen 
Sabor arid-David Lolmaugh, 
"B^HoriorRoll. 

Ingleside: Robert Dam, 
"A" Honor Roll; Scott 
O'Sullivan, "B" Honor Roll. 

Lake Villa: Derek Klein, 
"B^HonorRolh ' ' 

Lindehhurst: Arthur 
Jackson and Gerald Stingle, 
V* A" Honor Roll; 
Christopher. Hoy, Mark. 
Danajhand Thomas Hebert, 
"B" Honor Roll. 

Mundelein: Timothy 
Donahue, Principal's. Honor 
Roll; Jeffrey ; Ahlgrim, 
Kevin McPhersoh,- Laurence 
Drolet, John Glatz, Kenneth 
Godwin, Christopher 
Molsen, Mark Rapplean, 

Wilfred Soppe, Paul Wash- 
burn, Richard Carlson and- ' 
Michael Maciag, "A* 1 Honor 
Roll. Warren Gerleman, 
; Scott Giles, . Daniel Lee, 
_Grant_Gerleman, -Michael ' 
Howland, Robert Langer, 
Mark - Loula, Sean Mc- 
.Pherson,-: David Schmidt, 
James Smith~^and~Joseph 
Straczek, "B" Honor Roll. & 
' North Chicago: Dwight 
Thompson*, . Principal's 
Honor Roll; Van Cybulski, 
Michael Zorzy and James 
Carpenter, ,4 B" Honor Roll, 
^Round_Lakei_.Patrick- i 
Solbmori,^ , 'A" "Honor Roll; 
Gregory Schoff, "B" Honor 
Roll. V 

Wads worth: James Burke, 
Principal's Honor Roll; 



Gerardo Guzman and John 

-Hoftiezer, "A^ Honor Roil.— 

Wa ucon da : Douglas Ha r- 

v , deri Steven Hill and Stgvard 

Bore, Principal's "Honor 

Roll; John R. Hoffman and 

Donald Blake, VA'? Honor 

Roll; .Corey Hansen and 

Robert Heinrlchs, 'MB" 

Honor Roll, 

Wildwood: Daniel Szeezil, 
"A" Honor: Roll; Nicholas 
_JCaters and Russell 
Schoenke, "B" Honor Roll. 




. The Round 'Lake Area 
Library, 442 Cedgr Lake Rd., 
will present a workshop 
titled "Milk From Cow To 
You" for: children entering 
grades one and up. 

Children will learn about 
the important steps in the 
production ,— processing ;and 
delivery of milk, and will 
make butter and buttermilk, 
j .The -workshop iwill be 
presented i twice, at 10: 30 
a.m. and 1 p.m., on Satur- 
day, July 6. There will be a 
■ limit of 12 in each session, 
and children 'may register 
beginning July 1. 

For more information, call 
Children's— Librarian" Ann 
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bit I That was the theme of 3rd annual Skip's Drive-In Reunion at Lake County 
Fairgrounds. Former customers of the Melrose Park hamburger emporium and 
nostalgia buffs from throughout northern Illinois convened at fairgrounds to relive 
days of the 1 5 cent burger, souped-up cars and birth of rock and roll. Many visitors 
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, TWs Program W1U be presentedjby Jill Riddell, program 
coordinator of the" Illinois Field Office of. the Nature Own* 
servancy. Ah Academy Award nomiated film, "Gardentof i 
fcden wiU be presented along with a.slide show inlroducinc 
Jw^portant natural areas in northern Illinois. The Sierra 
Club\will meet at 7*15 p<ni;; on Tuesday, June 25, in the 
VernonArea PublicTU brary: The public and gueests are 
welcome. J ' 

Art In Park 

Fifteen artists from the "Lake i County Art -League will 
Palpate in the *'Art In ThePark" artshoW from 1 p.m., on 

June 7 30,:oathe lawn by the Waiikegan Historical Society in 
BowenParJt, •• 

Lions To Install _'■ 

The Grayslake Lions arid Lioness Clubs will hold their 
installation dinner at 6:30 p.m., on Saturday, June 29 at the 
Apple Tree Restaura nt in Ingelsidel 






40s-50s Singles Club 

The 40s-50s Singles Club will meet at 2 plm, on June23(ora 
meeting-picnic- at CaroLBurch'B. Call (312)244-6518; All 
singles 6ver.3p are welcome. The annual Fourth of July pic- 
nic will be held at 1p.m., on June 30, at Bowen Park. 

Parents Without Partners 

Lake County, Chap: 247 will have a general meeting at 8 
p.m. Friday, June 28 at the Mundelein Holiday Inn. The 
newcomer orientation will be followed by a short business 
meeting.- GuesLspeak er Michelle Solom on wULspeak-nnU 
irrationalideaTand effects on. emotions and behavior, dan- 
cing and socializing. Nonmembers S3, Members, $2. For 
more information, call (312) 54&6918.— -.■—-■ 

Aware Singles 

The Aware Singles Group invites all singles to a dance with 
the live music of Destiny at 8:30 pm., on Frio^y^Jiine^OT^at- 
the. Arlington Park Hilton; Arlmeton Heights. For more lnTo." 
call (312)777-1005:-;- -'."■<' 




The Greek- Community of 
- Racine, has been asked to 
host Allied Van Lines VMove 
..to Freedom" exhibit at its 
festival. This traveling 
display, "features artwork, 
photographs 7 and" an: 
audio/visual presentation on 
the history of the immigrant 
-experience, the company 
plans to raise funds for the 
stotue.-in lUme for its cen- 
tennial celebration in Oc- 
tober of 1386. 

The traveling display, 
which will visit, ap- 
proximately 200 cities across 
the country over the next ^vo 
years, is the onm national 
"grass Troots" campaign 
aimed at involving the "" 
American = people -in -:. the" : 
restoration effort. 

Planned are opening 
ceremonies for the display at 
1 p.m. on Saturday, June 29. 
The —committee has 
requested Racine *; Mayor 
Stephen Olsen to proclaim. 
Sajurday^June_29 f -Liberty— 
Day in Racine County. . 

In addition, the committee 
is attempting to search for 
any living residents that 
passed. through Ellis Island'.. 
as they moved, onward Jn 
search of new homes and 
new lives. • > 

• '; The .oldest" Immigrant- at- - 
tending, will be presented a 
_giftJnmi.Doierings.Jewelers„ 
in Racine. 

Attending the ceremonies: 
will be '* Congressma n 1 • Les -'; 
Aspin and State Rep. Joseph 
Andrea (D-Kehosha) . 



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The • statf members .for 
Greasepaint & Spotlights' 
summer theatre camp were 
recently; announced by 
Tcrrie Sncjl, _ '. the, school's. 







director. 

They arc: Kelly Crisman 
who is teaching acting and 
■—directing the two shows cam- 
. pers will produce; Jini Sncll, 
music instructor; Pam 
Westfall, dance instructor; 
and Sue Shore, costume 
design and set construction. 
"This is the fifth year our 
theatre*"" camp has' been 
held/' said' Snort,- "and my 
staff is eager to make this 
summer^ sessions the best 
yet." 

Greasepaint & Spotlights' 

summer theatre camp is a 

^ Ihrccwcck hands-on cx- 

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grades one through eight. 

The format enables campers 

to learn about all aspects of 

theatre production and then 

apply what they learn by 

producing an one-act 

musical. 

Openings arc s Mil 
available for Session B. 



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3:30 p.m., Monday, July 15, 
through Friday, August 21 
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The David Adler Cultural 
Center offers . its Group 
Studio Workspace, a con- 
verted coachhouse, on Its 
grounds to artists who wish 
to subscribe' on a monthly 
basis. The space provides 
one of the few opportunities 
for artists in the area. for 
privacy and freedom to work 
independently for the very 
reasonable fee of $20 per. 
month. 



The Fourth Annual Street 
Rods Auto Show will be held 
at OldTtolo Village in Volo, 
Illinois, on Sunday July 7„ 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m (Rod 
participants call Tom (312) 
332-1198. 

Again ihls^year the event 
will be sponsored by the Old 
Style Rods Club and. will 
feature an exciting outdoor 
display of over 200 street 
rods, custom aulbs, and 
street machines. There will 
be a live band and a colossal 
country cook out 

Runkle Graduates 

Joel Clark Runkle,- of 
Round Lake Beach, has 
graduated from Graceland 
College in Lamoni, Iowa. He 
graduated with a degree in 
psychology. 



Residents of Lake and 
Kenosha Counties are gete 
ting ready to celebrate .the 
Fourth of July 1985 with a 
bang. ,; , ..^i_l: 

There will be a fireworks 
display at. Mineola Bay. in 
Fox Lake at dusk on July 4. : 

Antioch has' a "two-day 
celebration coming up star- 
ting with the Miss Antioch 
Pageant at 7 p.m., on 
Friday, July 3, followed by. a" 
dance with music supplied 
by Ernie Levas.and the EPL 
Express. AU this will take 
place at the Lions lCIud 
Pavilion at Williams Park. 

On Independence Day a 
parade will start down Main 
St. at 10 aVm.. There will be 
waterf ights at Williams 
Park at noon and also music, 
food and •. games - for. 
everyone. The .fireworks, - 
sponsored by the Antioch . 
Jaycees, will also be at dusk 
followed _by. more oJ^Levas^ 
music. " ~ * 

Round Lake's fireworks 
will be syncronized to music 
starting with. Deejays and 
their music before dusk. The 
fireworks will be shot off on 
Hart Hill- Hart* ooda at Hart 
Rd.andRte. 134, on July 4. 
: Parking w IU be a vat table « 
behind the train station, Ace 
Hardware and the bank, 
i^ In Island-Lake, -the. Lions 
Club will sponsor a fireworks 
display next to St. John's 
Lutheran Church off of Rte. 

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longest celebration of all as 
Mundelein Community Days 
starts' with a. carnival - at 
Seymour- and Courtlarid . on 
July 3 and goes through Sun; 
day, July 7. 

On July 4, the First 
National Bank of Mundelein, 
will sponsor the annual race 
at 9 a.m., followed by the 
Mundelein Munch, from n 
a.m. to dusk and a water- 
melon-eating contest at 5 
p.m., a street dance at 8 
p.m., and fireworks at dusk 
atKracklauerPark. 

The- Miss and Little Miss 
Mundelein Pageant will be 
featured at 7 p.m., on Jury 6, 
after the annual Mundelein 
Days' bike decorating con- 
test at 1 p.m., followed by a 
parade at 2 p.m. and a drum 
and bugle contest at 5:30 
p.m. 

Great America, which has 
firr ■ ■ * ■_-" »■«» niaht of the 



season, will be having a 
special display at ap- 
proximately 9:15. p.m. on 
July 4, along with the Bugs 
Parade. Anyone who buys a 
ticket after 4 p.m. on that 
day, the Fourth, will get 
another admission for half 
price. 

Twin. Lakes, sour on fir- 
works since last' year when : 
the beaph at Lance Park was 
-the scene of ah accident in- 
volving fireworks in which 
several people were hurt, 
will have ho fireworks this 
year. 

In western Kenosha Coun- 
ty, most of the flashing ac- 
tion will take place in some 
of the small subdivisions on 
July 6. . 

In Camp Lake, there will 
be a . picnic at the Center 
Lake Community Center and 
a fireworks display at dusk 



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Lake Property Owners' 
Assn. ' 

The _Cross_Lake^Jm = . 
provemenrAssn. will also 
hold a picnic and fireworks 
display on July 6 at its com- 
munity center . 

Art Fest 

The public is invited to at- 
tend Festival of the Arts 
1985, sponsored by the David 
Adler Cultural Center. The 
two-day . event, combining 
fine art and craft, 
folk/blues/jazz per- 
formances, a variety of food 
booths, children's art ac- 
tivities, tours of architect 
David Adler's historic home . 
and a student/faculty 
exhibit, will be held from 10 
a.m. to 5T30 pVm. on Aug. 3 
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: The hearty and sparky 
crimson geranium is as 
much a part of the American 
; landscape and as indigenous ' 
of Americana as Mom and 
apple pie. 

So what better name and: 
theme for a restaurant ser- 
ving meat and foul from that 
American cooking i in- 
stitution, .the open hearth 
grill, than The Red 
Geranium. 

. Located on Hwy. 50, just 
east of Hwy. 12, going into 
Lake Geneva, the homey at- . 
mosphere of The Red 
Geranium has been drawing 
crowds, since its opening 
early in May.. 

Tis said the four most im- 
portant ingredients of a suc- 
cessful restaurant are good 
food, good service, 
reasonable prices and a 
pleasant atmosphere. The 
Red "Geranium certainly 
Tiieels^Uitbancnteria and - " 



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It's hard to imagine a 
pleasanter atmosphere than 
afforded by the .'Geranium's* 
. foutiv dining, rooms, v each 
decora i^?- with l";geraniuni 
wallpaper, no - two . designs 
alike. 

The coziness and >crisp 
clean look that is the result 
of the meshing of the red and 
white of the walls and the' 
warm leaf green of the car- 
peting and furniture is ex- 
tremely inviting.. 

Of course the title flower is 
much in evidence, planted . 
around the outside, in large 
pots at the entry way and in 
many silk bouquets that 
adorn the inside, 

The bar, reminiscent of an. 
English pub, is as friendly as 
the greeting extended by the. 
smiling hostess that meets 
youatthedobr. ; ^v _ 

Owners Lyle and Audrey 
Swatek, frequent restaurant 
diners", have tried to bring all 
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the 'Geranium,' 

- Besides top grade char- 
coal broiled steaks, bar- 
becued and deviled chicken, 
and pork tenderloin turned 
out by the grill chef, Dan 
, Kretchmer, Mgr. Martha 
Phelps reports that the fresh 
salmon, - butterfly shrimp 
and lobster tail from, the' 
steamer and broiler are 
going oyer well' with the 
customers that line-up in the 
entrance hall every evening. 

Take it from a frequent 
'Geranium' diner, the house 
salad, served in an open 
chilled .plate, topped- with 
homemade dressings and 
the. luscious dessert tray, 
alone are worth a visit 

Intimate quiet dining is 
also part of the theme with 
reservatons required for a 
party of six or more. Dinner 
fa t??Y?£ fatt y from 5 p.m. 
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The Shamrock Club J_of_ 
Twin Lakes is happy to an- '. 
nounce that' the annual 
Gaelic Mass will be 
celebrated by Fr. Nolan, 
from Ireland, at 2 p.m. on 
Sunday, June 30 on the 
grounds of St. John's Chur- 
ch, Twin Lakes. 

The event will feature the 
Honor Guard of the Fourth 
Degree, Knights of Colum- 
bus and the color guard from 
the Shamrock .Club of 
Milwaukee with their bag 
pipers in performance. 

Also included with -the 
day's festivities will be en- 
tertainment by the Fit- 
zgerald Sisters, Noreen and 
Ella, of NaperviUe. Corned 



beef sandwiches 'and 
; beverages will" be available ;: 
for purchase. Everyone is in- 
vited; bring your family and 
friends. . - . ."--\_ 
. If possible,, bring lawn 
chairs. In case of rain, the 
events will take place inside 
St John's. 

Mark calendars for the 
Irish; Picnic in August, and. 
the Fall Dinner/Dance in 
September. The Irish Picnic 
is scheduled to start at noon 
on Aug. 4 at Ole Fitzgerald's, 
Twin Lakes. Volunteers to 
help at the picnic are 

The fall dinner/dance will 
be held on Sept. 7 at the 
Riviera on Lake Geneva; 



For further information, 
pleasecohtactLois orDon 
Rutz at (414) 877-9447. 

Airman Marolti . 

Nicholas Marolis, son of 
Susan M. Bergh and stepson 
of Allan G. Bergh, of 1404 
Kenmore, RoundXake, has 
been promoted in the U.S. 
Air Force to the rank of air- 
man first class. Marolis is a 
vehicle mechanic at 
Charleston Air Force Base, 
JS.C, with the 437lh Tran- 
sportation Squadron. 



The Blue Knights; Law 
Enforcement Motorcycle 
Club will hold a benefit poker 
run on Sunday, June 30. 

Chapter 12 of the Illinois 
group will be raising money 
r for~the~Easter Seal^Foun--: 
dation. The cost is ¥7 per 
person and the ticket in- 
cludes a poker hand, coffee 
and donuts at the start and 
hot dogs and drinks at the. 
finish. 

The 70-80 mile ride will 
start at 11 a.m. on Sunday 
with check-in time beginning 
at 9:30 a.m. All riders will 
make five stops, picking up a 
playing card along the way. 
The best poker hand at the 
end of the day wins a new 



1985 Honda .Shadow, Second, 
prize is a Sanyo .VCR and: 
third prize is a Shoel Z100 
helmet. 

Participants will" know 
where to drive by reading 



clues at each stop. The poem 
written on the clue card will 
tell the' rider where to go 

depending on the sign 



painted on the roadway. 

'.' Motorcycle dealers from 
northern Illinois are in- 
volved in belplng'to sponsor 
the run which will mostly be 
jm back-country roads. The 
run will begin at North Shore 
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«pera^ v course it will take us timeln 

^ Wisconsin area. 

' The cluibhouse itself Was a 
mecca for: inany important 
local events because of good 
location, lovely grounds and 
attractive decor. ;.■'. 

Thai; a. series of owners 
and/the lack of Investing 

money into the club's upkeep 
.\»aw a slipping of the country 
^WA status Both as a" golf" 

course and a social center. 




On Memorial Day 
weekend, this reporter was 
one of many who called to set 
a tee-time for the weekend 
only to find that the club had 
closed at the start of the golf 
season.'. 

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May 31, the goal is not only to 
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;- The Chicago law firm of 
Daniel Pierce, Althemer and 
Gray was appointed receiver 
of all properties belonging to 
Woodruff Kelly, Woodtannd 
Investments and W. S. Kelly 
and Associates by Lake 
County Circuit Judge 
Terrence Brady .on June24. 

Brady previously had put 
a freeze on jewelry valued at 
more, than $70,000 belonging 
to Kelly and being kept at 
Johnson Jewlers in Antioch. 

Brady also issued a 
temporary restraining order 
on all properties belonging to 
the two companies owned by 







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Awards 

An Ingleside girJ lias 
received several awards for 
her academic achievement. 

Mimi Khin of Ingleside 
was the recipient of the 
"Society of Distinguished 
American High School 
Students" . as well as the 
■•Who's Who Amon-g 
American High School." 

She also was named as an 
Illinois State Scholar and of- 
fered a scholarship to 
Marquette University. 

The honor of being named 
to the Society of 
Distinguished American 
High School Student was 
given to her by Woodlands 
Academy of Ihe Sacred 
Heart in Lake Forest. The 
faculty selected Khin for her 
excellence in academic 
work. 

She received the Who's 
Who society membership by 
the faculty for her academic 
and leadership abilities. 

Khin was selected as an 
Illinois State Scholar for her 
lest scores and class ranking 
at Woodlands Academy, by 
the Illinois Slate Scholarship 
Commission. 



Kelly, and Kelly personally 'k: 
".;/, According to Guy: Chip: 1 
: parbhi,; spokesman for, the \ 
Illinois Secretary of Statejs , 
. office, a hearing has been set 
in Brady's, court "for Wed- 
nesday, July ,3; Repjesen-' 
tatives ' of "the Illinois 
Secretary of 'State's of- ; 
ficet investigating possible 
investment* fraud), the 
Illinois Atty. General's of- 
fice. Lake County State's 
Atty. Fred Foreman's office 
and attorneys for Kelly's 
family are expected . to tap- 
pear at that hearing. 

Foreman's office is con- 
ducting the investigation of 
Kelly's disappearance from, 
a boat headed from Kenosha 
to Waukegan Harbor on June 
8, listing him as a missing 
person. Reports of . a 
seaplane seen in the area at 
the time, of the disap- 
pearance have been 
discounted. ~'.\}J ' 
— Sec-of-State Jim-Edgar's . 
office is .still analyzing 13 
cases of records confiscated 
from Kelly's Gurnee office. 
—"That is- a long arduous 
task,'* said Chipparoni. 
. Investigators for Edgar's 
office are looking-for— in-—-: 
dications of where an excess 
of $6 million of investor's 
money went but at press 
time had found nothing. 

Meanwhile, reports of 
several hundred thousands, 
of dollars more owed to area 
banks and businesses by 
Kelly are circulating. All the 
loans were not overdue,, but 
the fact that Kelly's 
businesses were— one-man 
concerns has -the-financial— 
institutions worried about - 
their investments. 

"The Lady. Ann," Kelly's 
personal yacht, valued at 
$750,000. and other boats- 
belonging to his charter 
companies have been im- 
pounded by financial con- 
cerns. 

Kelly reportedly owns 
properties in Wisconsin, 
Illinois, Florida and the 
Caribbean. 

The suppositions con- 
cerning Kelly's whereabouts 
run the gamut of drowning, 
to fleeing to the Caribbean 
because of financial diff- 
culties or to escape 
prosecution for investment 
fraud. 

Enters Lambert 

Kelly Lambert, daughter 
of Raymond & Juanila Lam- 
bert, of Hound Lake, has 
been entered on the 
Distinguished Scholar's List 
for high scholastic 
achievement during the past . 
semester at ~ Rockford 
College. 

She is a junior majoring in 
accounting, and a 19B2 
graduate of Carmel High 
School. 



. "We can see from the con- 
victions as a percent of total 
DUI dispositions; that we. 
must concentrate .on: 
reducing the number of 
t offenders who receive 
prosecution policy oTTdrank~«ou.rt supervision for their 

offenses. We . ■ . must . con- 
centrate on the repeat drunk . 
driver, yet we must .deal 
sternly with the first of- 



According to statistics 
released - by Secretary of 
State Jim Edgar, Lake Coun- 
ty .scored "well' • in DUI 
prosecutions for the years 
1981 through 1984. 

Lake County State's At- 
torney Fred L. Foreman had 
this comment with respect to 
the statistics: "We are 
finally seeing the fruits of a 
consistent and tough repea 
liranlr^court 
drivers in Lake County. 
.Lake County has ex- 
perienced a tremendous in- 
' crease in convictions since 
the hard line was assumed 
by Lake County 
prosecutors." 

Lake County experienced 
a 72 percent increase in con- 
victions during the period 
1983 to 1984. In .1981, Fred 
Foreman and other 
municipal prosecutors 
declared war on the drunk 
drivers. During the period of 
time from 1981 to 1984, there . 
was a 373 percent increase in 
convictions - for— "drunk 
driving. This was the highest 
increase in the ^Chtcago- 
metropolitan area/compared 
with a U5 percennncrease 
statewide. 

Lake County has also in- 
creased^ itsJconvicUons as 
compared to me^rcehTSr 



total, drunk driving 
dispositions. Lake County 
compared favorably with the 
statewide average of 28 per- 
cent. '■' 



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Foreman- also noted hew 
legislation designed toajtm- 
plif y the process for suspen- ' 
ding drunk drivers, who. 
refuse to take implied coiv 
sent tests will assist Lake 
County^ Jn 'increasing :;Uie. 
number of suspensions for 
implied consent 

' ''The legislature, the 
police, and the prosecutors 
have worked closely 
together to improve the 



prosecution of drunk 
drivers, We, must call upon 
, the judiciary- to lake a hard 
stand against the repeat of- 
fenders and: .those in- 
dividuals who continue to 
drive while drunk.. Working 
together ;we can make 
tremendous strides in the 
prosecution and convictions - 
of the drunk driver. We have 
made : great- strides since 
I98r in attacking this very 
important social ;and 
criminal justice issue," he 
concluded. 



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George Nelson Uller, son 
of Dixie Utter, has enlisted 
in the* U.S. Air Force's 
Delayed , Enlistment 
Program, according toSSgt. 
Ev Butler, Air Force 
recruiter, of Round Lake. 

Upon successfully com- 
pleting the Air Force's six 
weeks basic military 
training at Lackland Air 
Force Base, Tex., he will 
receive training in the 
Mechanical Area. He is a 
19B1 gradual o of Grayslake 
High School. 

He will he earning credits 
toward an associate degree 



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Robert J. Byrne, cbalr^ 
man of the Chicago Medical 
School ^Hospital .Citizens 
Committee, and president of 
the North Chicago Chamber 
of Commerce/ detailed 'the 
-overwhelming community 
support .-.'for the new 
specialized care ; teaching 
hospital to beUocated on 
Green" Bay RdHta North 
Chicago. 

Bryne said, "The results of 
our surveys are far better 
.■ than were expected. Market 
Opinion Research of Detroit, 
did an; analysis during the 
week of May 17, under the 
supervision of Dr. John P. 
McDonald. The study 
focused on Lake and 
McHenry Counties, and 



touched on Northern Cook 
County and Kenosha County, 
Wisconsin: ; The .results 
showed the people favor the 
critical care hospitalby an 
over 2-to-l margin. 

"In Lake County, Clausing 
, & Co. did a mailing covering 
the communities' with 
hospitals and certain other 
selected communities. The 
results are astounding— 97 
percent of the "responses 
were - for building the 
hospital. The actual totals 
were 4045 to 134. It should be 
noted that our card survey: 
was conducted totally 
through the mail to all 
households of the com- 
munities selected, and did' 
not include North Chicago 



but did lncludVaU the com- 
munities with hospitals that 
expressed opposition (Lake 
Forest, Highland Park, 
Libertyville, Waukegan and 
Zion)7 To the contrary, the 
opponents or the hospital had 
a card survey conducted at 
meetings of hospital 7 em- 
.ployees where the hospital 
administrator would speak 
against the proposed 
hospital and then hand out 
cardsrThis Is very definitely 
not representative of true 
public opinion. 

Byrne said, "I have now 
spoken before' several 
audiences regarding the 
question of : whether .or not 
Lake County residents will 
have to continue taking trips 



when they are seriously ill. 
My analysis shows that over 
95 percent of ail audiences 
favor the proposed critical 
care hospital- when they 
learn exactly what services 
the hospital will provide." 

Byrne- said, '"The op- 
position continues to attempt 
to stem jhetlde of public 
opinion by cancelling 
scheduled debates. The most 
recent debate was scheduled 
by the College of Lake Coun- 
ty at their Waukegan Center, 
and twice after dates were 
scheduled, the opponents 
found reason not to par- 
ticipate." 

; Byrne added, £ "it will 
make no- difference. The 
hospital will be built. It is 



sad that the opposition has 
already cost" Lake "County 
residents having an »18 
million medical arts com- 
plex built. Many members of 
the business community 
have expressed great con- 
cern because, many of the 
people in the HSA system 
have ho understanding of 
real economics. The local 

HSA. staff has- already 

seriously jeopardized future 
growth in Lake County. 

Byrne said, "What bothers 
me more is that the staff of 
the local HSA doesn't seem 
to care about the lives of the 
residents of the area they 
represent. Our area has one 
of the highest infant mor- 



tality' rates in the state and . 
when the Chicago Medical 
School Hospital is built, this 
outrageous statistic will be' 
changed." 



Makes Dean's List 

Lester A. Zitkus, a Univer- 

^.sfcjtf . EvansviUe student 
from Antioch , was among 

, 570 UE students named to 
the' T Dean's List for out- 
standing academic 
achievement during the 
spring quarter. To attain the 
Dean's List, a student must 

-■ have earned a 3.5 or better 
grade point average while 

^.carrying 12 or more hours of 
credit. 




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Mundelein : Mayor, Colin 
McRae . has endorsed 
WaUconda Village Clerk 
Venita McConnel in her 
quest v for . the Republican 
nomination for county clerk 
in next sp/ing's . primary 
contest. 

In a statement of Lakeland 
Newspapers, Mayor McRae 
•asserted, "Venita is an 
outstanding person. Venita's 
experience in the business 
world coupled w ith her many 
years of public service make 
her candidacy good news to 
citizens in Lake County. 

McRae f— conclude, 
'—'Venita is experienced, 
dedicated, capable and 
articulate. She hails from 
southwest Lake County 
which is an area sorely in 
need .of_,representaUon Jn 
countywide government. It 
is an honor to endorse 



Ven1ta*s candidacy for 



county clerk. She is a "can- 
do" lady, who deserves the 
support of all who value 
honest, - effective govern- 
ment." 

McRae has been mayor of 
Mundelein since 1977. On 
April 2, Mayor McRae was 
reelected to his third con- 
secutive term. As mayor, 
McRae has served on the 
following boards and 
committees: Co-chairman of 
the -Solid Waste Com- 
mission; President of the 
': Central Lake County. Radio 
Network; Vice-chairman of 
the— County : . Community;, 
Past President of the Lake: 
County Municipal League 
and a member of the County 
Economic Development and 
Water Quality Commission. 

JflcRae is the second Lake 
County mayor to. endorse 
Venita McConnel's election. 





On June 25, several area 
Lake County teenagers 
nominated by - community 
adults were honored for their 
outstanding efforts in areas 
of achievement, community 
service and peer leadership. 
Each, youth nominated 
received a packet including 
congratulatory letters. from 
the- Youth Service. Network 
>who sponsored the project 
and State's Attorney Fred 
Foreman, as well as a cer- 
tificate and a button. Nearly 

seventy youths _were_ 

nominated, from which 
twenty finalists were selec- 
ted. 

Each finalist was awarded 
a '100 U.S. Savings Bond and 
both a congratulatory letter 
and a certificate from Lt. 
Gov. George Ryan. Deli nda 
Chapman, Associate Deputy 
Director, Div. of Youth and 
Community Services, 
Illinois Dept. of Children and 
Family Services, 

highlighted the ceremony 
with a talk on the In- 
ternational Youth Year. 
Awards were presented by 
Sybil Yastrow, Assistant 
Regional Supt. of Schools. 
Contributions to the project 
were made by the Youth 
vice Network and area 
businesses and 

organizations. ^. 

No m ina* iKogmtion Inclwdat: laon 
torboto. leund lot.* Parti, frocy Hunt. 
Round ioka, Itic fcxio. UundalaMv Skailo 
•wdunon, Mundalain: MXhalla Cwollot. 
Round Ink*, itrod Stman Col*. Round 
lota Parti: felon Finn, Mundalain: 'Holly 
fottm. North Chicago, tan from. Mvn> 
dalain: Jim f r>. Wildwood. Trocy Johnton. 
Nonh Chkogo. RKhord Allan Jonai, Round 
Lolia r aiV Jannilar JurWovtx. LoVa Vttlo: ■ 
Loria Kahoa Gufnaa and Joy Klloro. Cur- 
noo. 

JanmUf Krofl, Mundalain, lichord Ion- 
cionl. Wddiworth; Jury lima. Round lota 
kochr loria MofWd. Woutondo: Wandy 
McPharion. Mundalain; Hodina Mayor. 



An i iot h . Don no Obarg, Round Lou a ooocn,' " 
Clnny Paorvall. Round Lok«. Adorn Patart, 
Mundalain: Roban PalnjiWa. Cum**: 
Lompnl Sompton, North Chicago; Oabbla 
S*dlbau*f . Antioth: Mooon Thomai, Mimv 
dalain: Jonot Von Tonal, Gf Ml . toko*; 
Slovan Whilahaod. North Chicago: Vkki 
Woohrl*. ■ North Chkogo and Mkhal* 
Zdcmowikl, GraorLokai. 

Finoliil Award* Includat Poirlclo 
Rochoro. loka Villa: Chtlnln* Dlltrkh. 
Ounwl; Gralchan Glouiar. IngU'tlda; 
Chrinino Hall. Gurnoa: Thaodofa Jan- 
nlngi. Anlioch: Pratlon MtBrlda, North 
Chkogo; Haalhar Mohlar. Mundalain: 
Polar Spochl. Round Loka Baoth: Bath 
-Sullivan, Mundalain and Janntfar $*>lnaa, ' 
Mundalain, 

Airman Lambert 

Airman Gregory M. Lam- 
-LberL-Son of Mr. and Mrs.Arz 
thur G. Lambert of, 34255 
Harrison, Round Lake, has 
graduated from the U.S. Air 
Force aircraft maintenance 
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*. celebSn' as the twins ^^^^M}; 
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Ken McGill in recom- birthday. . ™ v ■ . ; ' . ,. 

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byJOHNSTElNKE 
Recently, I had a pleasant surprise when 

twine. Bill Murphy was Lake County 's legen- 
dary state legislator for 18: years. Without 
question, Murphy is one of the most colorful 
and flamboyant politicians in the history oT 
Lake County politics. His many critics con- 
sider him a corrupt and venal wheeler- 
dealer. His legion of friends perceive Mur- 
phy as a compassionate man and a skilled 
legislator. The Chicago press hates Murphy.' 
Yet, he is the only. Illinois state legislator to 
attain national prominence. : .-■ 

Several years ago, when I intensified my 
study of Lake County politics, I conducted af 
series of interviews with "Murph" at the 
famous Canvasback Club. "Murph". regaled 
me with stories arid anecdotes on Lake Coun- 
ty poUtics and his Springfield days. I spent 
many pleasant hours. conversing with and 
learning from this political legend. Bill Mur- 
phy and my late grandfather are the greatest 
teachers; of politics that I f havelhad_the 
privilege to know. "Murph" always tells it 
like it is. He Is one of the most candid 
politicians that Lake .County ever produced/ . 
When'Bill Murphy contacted me, : he said 
that he was phasing out his residency in 
Leisure Village, Pox Lake. "MurprT'/stated 
that he had' to concentrate on his lucrative 
business' interests^ irTthe Wisconsin Dells 
area. Since he was departing Lake County, 
Murph y o ffered to givejneJhis political 



be it. But my 12 readers deserve the truth: 
(Eight of them are relatives. ) ' ' "The Pampers 
Four". are talented, but too ambitious. Do 
your jobs, guys; A good performance In your 
present office will eventually advance your 
political aspirations. 

VYou should :-; follow Bill Murphy's 
philosophy of government. Do what you think " 



The 13th Annual Arts, 
Crafts and Antique fa ir, 
sponsored by the Antioch 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry, will present a wide, 
variety of exhibitors and 
creative wares available for 
'purchase by fair attendees, 
..This annual "Chamber 
event is being -held "at An- 
tioch Williams Park, Main 
St. from 11 a.m.- to 5 p.m. 



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July 14. 

Displays in the arts and 
crafts booths in past years 
included wood carvings, 
handmade 'dolls, leather- 
craft, quilted goods, metal 
craft,, hand made clocks, 
'charcoal sketches, hand 
made; jewelry . and 
needlework. - _ _ 

Williams Park offers 
plenty, of grassy area, 



covered pa viilion and picnic 
tables for food and 
refreshments will be served 
on the grounds. 

Pony rides for children 
will be available. 

Exhibit spaces are still 
available until July 10. 
Anyone interested in 
reserving space may call the 
chamber office a 1 395-2233, 



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l^ipliyr-ieflendary^west- Lake 
lillcdli leader, .has uprooted 



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memorabilia and legislative'Mes. Naturally,- 
I charged out to Leisure Village to collect the' 
material. This also provided me with another 
opportunity to chat with this political legend. < 
"Murph" said, "I wish you had been in the 
newspaper business when 1 was in politics. 
But I sure would have wanted to have you on' 
my side." Then, I informed "Murph" that 
State Sen. Dave Barkhauaen was seeking the 
Republican nomination for Illinois Atty . Gen. 
"Murph" respondedr"ph do, I thought that 
he had come too far already." Amen. - r - 

After Tenevdng.myjcqiathtonceship-witli 
W. J., 1 refjectedroottbe sad stoto c€,Lake" 

current crop of y^^asplring^p^^ republican 

■^^^^J^SL^',^^-^^^ 1 ' onc ° ™» looked updn as a 
dude State's m '.Fred Foreman d ^Gurae^^ , candidate for governor. The 

State Rep. Bob Churchm of Lake VUto,Stote ^ gove . : h | m the "Bingo Bill- 
Sen, DaveBarkhausen of Lake Bluf ( ^ ^ cknam « e ^^^ he |ed ^ f , M fo 
County Board Chairman J im ^ LaBeUe^ of . fe Illinois. ' 

Zion. All of them could star In Lake County's » » , 

political version of "Ship of Fools." "The fc right. Have some fun. Accept unfair 
AmbiUous Four" are maneuvering to change criticism. Learn to laugh at YOURSELF. Let 
their residency to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. the future take care of itself. And to heck 
They are all buddies now. But just wait until with the press. ' 

their political ambitions collide. Then, we Am I right, "Murph"? 
will witness "the night of the long knives." 

In my opinion, "The Young and the 
Ruthless" don't give a darn about you and 
me as human beings'. We are only votes to 
them. They don't care about our hopes and 
fears." We are only data on their election 
analysis sheets. Even worse; they are more 
dull than my column. Compared to "Bingo 
Bill" Murphy, "the Ambitious Four" have 
all the charisma of Pop Kettle on Valiums 
Now, they ( or their surrogates) will demand 
that Publisher Bill Schroederflre me as the 
political columnist for Lakeland 
Publications— AGAIN. 
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ty.'s second annual 6-iB.r- 



■ ' ' c h 1 1 d r e n s ^J summer 
musical:' will be held at 1 
p.m., June 29 and 30, at the 
Genesee ■-. Th e a i tr e" Vl nS 
Waukegan. 

This year's play Is an uplif- 
ting original version of "The 
Pied Piper" directed by Jeff 
Richter. The musical 
production, which is sup- 
ported by the Waukegan 
Area Arts Council and the 
park district, needs 100 to 125 
youngsters (rio experience 



. Also needed are 12 to 20 
a dul t» as parents and txrwn- 
folk. For the children ac- 
cepted there ; is'Ve ~f25 
registration, fee. The adults 
will be considered guest ar- 
tists. 

Correction . • 

Frank DeMarco, ■ 
Frank Torres, played 
coach that received 
reviewer's plaudits 
PM&L's present 
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Brendan ?i Foley, Round 
Lake, has been named to the 
Presidential Honor Society 
at the DeVry Institute tf 
Technology in Chicago. 

To be eligible for the 
prestigious honor, students . 
must have a cumulative 
grade point average of at 
- least 3.5 (out of a possible 
4.0) after two terms of study. 
Foley, a student in the Elec- 
tronics Technician program, 
hasa3.8GPA. . 



Thad W. Penh, M.D. 

Edwin J- Mauer, AA.p. 

James M. BaehryM.C. 

Is pleased to announce 

"association of 

Thomas E. Baier, M.D. 

in the practice of 

Orthopaedic Surgery af 
135 Keith BreenletlStTeet 

Effective July l t 1985 

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by VIRGINIA KRUEGER i 
Sentiments of love and af- 
.-tection were, felt and 
whispered as students and ■" 
adults paid their respects at - 
(Jrmel High Schoolfor Boys 
chapel- for the Rev/ Leon 
Battle; a newly-retired 
teacher, who died June 23. 

The Rev. Battle, a popular 
Spanish: and religion * 
teacherV'died at 7:15 pim. at 
Condell Memorial Hospital, 
Libertyviller after' being ill 
sinceMay. ; 




Father Leon, as he was 
commonly called, was con- 
sidered one of: j the best 
known priests in the" history 
] of the school, 
> A native t of Chicago, 
-Father Leon spent his, first 
year as a priest at Mt. 1 Car- 
mel in Chicago. For 19 years , 
afterwards, he worked :as a' 
missionary in Peru. In 1970j 
he came to Carmel High 
School For Boys and 
originated both the band 
program and the tennis 



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The Wauconda Police Dept. and Lake County Crime Stop- 
pers are seeking information about a shooting which oc- 
curred on June 9 at approximately 4 p.m.VonBarringionRd., 
just south of Rte. 176 tnthe Village of Wauconda. 

.The victim was shot once in the right leg. The offender left 
the scene in a 1S78 or 1979 Olds Cutlass, light metallic blue in 
color with a white Landau top. ;: ; ■ -v^ui,^;; v 

-The act of violence occurred on a nice, warm sunny af- 
ternoon In clear view of any pedestrians and all vehicular 
traffic. '-i0^r '-,,.' -■; '■■ - ' - , 

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yoiiyffl,beellgfl^foraca»hrCT^ 

- Remember, Crime Steppers wants your information, not 
your name. 



■ ■ team. Father Leon was also 
ibet founder and, moderator 

"of the'Carmel Booster Club; 

'.; -Parishioners of the; Tran- 
sfiguration Church, Waiicon- 

i da, and St. Gilbert's Churcb,', 
Grayslake, also came to 
know this friendly and witty 
priest as he said mass at 

:.-. these parishes on weekends. 
"We shall all greatly miss 

■ ■ Father' Leoh,'V said Father 

Gregory \ t; ' Klein, ^principal 
of Carmel School For Boys, ; 

Father Leon retired from 
teaching in, May and was 
t scheduled to work in a parish 
in Glendale, Ariz.ibut on 
May 25, he wis hospitalized 
for DiverticuliUs,_a colon 
diseased ""He underwent 
surgery on May. 26 and had 
since developed heart and 
liver problems. He died from 
heartfailure. - ^ 

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scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wed- 
nesday, June 26 at Santa 
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mander Naval Training Cen- 
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Base became a full -fledged 
participant in Lake County 
Crime Stoppers, on May 29. 
Commodore Emery also 
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BACK TO SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAM I 

%NY PERSON WHb SUFFERS FROM CHRONIC •? 
BACK PROBLEMS OR IS CONCERNED ABOUT - " 
POSSIBtEHBACK INJURV SHOULD ATTEND 

HELD THE SECOND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH 
6:30 p.m. TO 8;45p.m. II 



PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION CENTER 

of LAKE COUNTY 

135 N.Geehteaf. Suite ;42d;''Gumee, 111.60031 

FOR INFORMATION / REGISTRATION (312) 249-5787 



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The funds will be. used to 
administer the program and 
pay rewards. Rewards are 
pa id to . anonymous callers 
who give vital toforma tion 



which results in. the arrest 1865,856 in stolen property 
and indictment . of felony and narcotics. 
offenders. : • 
The Lake County "-"(Mme'"" ;L ;Iri' r We'""nation t there 7 are 

Stoppers Board of Directors over 600 Crime Stopper 
.welcomes the affiliation of programs and their eon> 
^reai^UiMiei^and;^ looks ,mned ^rtslllta^ir^iiotable':^ 
- to a successful -one-; nutfoirScartmlm^caa^ 

relationship. During Its first solved every 15 minutes and 

"year, Lake County Crime $1,900 recovered every hour* 
.Stoppers information lead to Crime .Stoppers hopes to 
| the solution of 246 felony share, their success with the 

cases, 133 felony and fugitive Great I 

arrests and ; the recovery of Cen ter. 



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WrFoortb Parade that «* vTHBams Park, if you find the 
BtoaiE Brothers in their "Squad Car;* yon can get their 
aatcgraphs and the grst 200 kids win receive free tshirts 
with the Blooze Brothers on iL Follow the parade to the park 
and scramble! .-* ^_^ ; • ., 

How many of yon were out at 8 sun. on Sunday to seeThe 
ronnersintheAntioch Parks and Recreation Footrace? Once 
again it was a complete success wife the bdp of sponsoring 
Raymond Chevrolet. Bay ScaipeffipassedaiUbe last medal 
and the clouds came in and it poured. I nope ners on our side 
f(rtheJuh/FourthFestmties w July3and4- 

Miss Antioch contestants and Queen LorinBochta with the 
famous Btooxe Brothers are going to be in the Waukegan 
Parade on June 30. If you go to the parade he sure to watch 
for them and ware them on. 

Eirthday greetings to Helen Sterbemv Charlie Haling, and 
Dorothy Pedersen on June XL Did you all get together f or 
yo ur sp e cia l day? ... ,-~ 

Congratulations to Gary MuDer in nmnmgtbe 10,000 km 
Antioch Foot Race in 28 minutes and SB sec o n ds. That was 
excenenTbmmgTEveh expert bdperrNorm Hahn and the 
Dick Hariand family were very impressed. I don't know if 
Annie Maecouki get her old Cbevy to drive that fast 

Let's hope this hot weather stays and the storms aren't too 
drastic — See ya" all at the firemen's dance on Saturday 
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Corol YVhitfon. director of the Lakes Region Historical 
Society, front-Jeff, accepts a spindle from ACHS 
Carpentry Class Instructor Ken Kasuboski for the Old 
Antioch School House which is being renovated by the 
society as a community museum. Looking on are 
members of the Antioch Community High School 

New Plans 






Carpentry Class responsible for making the spindles. 
Left-right are Terry Sober, Mike Mielke, Greg Berg, 
Randy Steiskol, Dale Gode. Mark Mojewski, Rkk 
Dark; 'Mike Homm, Tony Kachurik and Jim ; 
Kuhler. — Photo by l.ee Ann Mockulin. 



Nielsen 



done. 
succeed without the The plan as a whole is starting to work 
he- said. Warrra^daed-.thaUvriUi_now r Warren said. ! _ 



4 Continued From Page 1 A) 

"None of us can succeed' 
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three new businesses in tbe last 30 days, 
things were getting encouraging. 

"It won* t keep up tins pace, but it's en- 
couraging,^ be said. "We're seeing some ex- 
citement out of our area merchants. They're 
starting to care." 

The commissioo head added that although 
(he TIF is a self-sustaining cycle, it could 
cost as much as 15 million before it is all 



"We're getting stores BDed and we're 
trying for a better, bosmess mis There is 

more viability in the business community." 
As an example, be said that taverns were not 
conclusive to quality growth. The com- 
mission reccomends this mix to the. zoning 

board, who in turn, reccomends ideas to the 
village board. 



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Mini-Fair On June 28^29 



by ARDEEN HARRIS - - 
<X12>aS-27fl 

Participants of 4-H in the 
area will be having a mini- 
fair on June 23 and June 29 at 
the Extension oQice and 
fai rg ro un ds. - On Friday, 
June 28 they will have food 
demonstrations at 9 a.m. and 
general demonstrations at 
2:30 pjn. Cat judging will be 
on the Fairgrounds at 7:30, 
p.m. and rockets will be 
launched at the extension of - 
fice from 6:30 to7:50 p.m. On 
Saturday, June 29, they will 
have the small anima l $%„>■ 
at 9 a.m. at the Fairgrounds 
with rocket launching at 11 
a .m. The bike rodeo will take 



Is, you get a pass to attend - 
the fair everyday. Plus the 
thrill, or defeat, of having . 
your talents Judged. 

The Grass Lake School 
board will have five 
positions open in the Novem- 
ber election. There are four 4 
year terms and one 2 year 
term available. Residents of 
School District 36 may stop 
by the school and pick up a 
school board position form. 
Tbe petition must be signed 
hy_ _«Ll'.ntinimum 70f~50 
registered voters of District 
36. They may be filed at 
Grass Lake School on August 
19 through August 26. Those 



in July following 
the closing of the Illinois 
legislative session. Tim 
Ulchalrk was appointed as 
Junior High soda! studies in- 
structor to replace CEnt 
Wesolik who has returned to 
graduate school at the 
University of Illinois. 



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Nikki L. Nielsen^ IS, 
danghtrr of Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred H. Nielsen, Jr., of Lake 
Villa, has been selected as a 
contestant in the TTTmnrs 
MissT.E.E.N. Pageant to be 
held at the Sheraton Naper- 
viDe Hotel, in NaperviDe, the 
weekend of Aug. 16. 

This pageant is the official 

state finals far the National 

-IGss -TJSJSJIr Pageant, to 

be held in Aibuquerxpe, New 

Mex., in December of 1985. 

Judging is based on 
scholastic achievement, 
volunteer service, speech or 
talent, interview and formal 
presentation. 

Nielsen is tpOPSOPBn by 
Kim Kalla School of Dance, 
Nielsen Development, 
Prime Time Saloon and 
Eatery, and Nielsen En- 
terprises. Her bobbies in- 
clude softball, dancing and 
race cars. 




William K. Moss and Sandra K. Kessler 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kesskr of Antioch, artnounce the 
engagement of their danghtrr, Sandra K. Kessler. to William 
K. Moss, Haxekrest, son of Mr. Gale Moss of Chicago 
Heh^sandMrvSanirRkrimrrrkciHajeterest. 

Tbe ceremony will be po funn e d at me Lake Forest 
Academy/Ferry Hall m Lake Forest on Sept 15, 198S. ' 

The bride-to-be is a 1978 graduate of Antioch High School 
and a 1982 graduate of Eastern Dlinob University and has a 
bachelor of science degree in hminrn. She a presenUy 
working as an office systems analyst . for Abbot! 
Laboratories. 

The groom- txvbe H a 1974 gradnate of Bloom High School 
and te employed as owner/general ■«— j— for Fisher 'Auto 
u Chicago Heights. 

The m a ^ pTa Tg to settle to UVrjort lw n suUuhs. 



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place at 2 pjn. Hot dogs and 
pop will be sold in the 
cafeteria building during the 
Mini-Fair. 

The Lake County Fair is 
commg up July 24 to 28. This 
is a very busy time for 4-H 
participants. Remember 
you must have your fair en- 
try * packets into the ex- 
tension office by July I. Con- 
tact your leaders if you 
missed your registration 
meeting 

For those of you who are . 
not in 4-H but would tike to 
enter ."ceramics, 

photography, foods, etc, at 
' the County Fair, contact the 
extension office before July 
13 to get your entry forms. 
When you send in your entry 
money, you will receive a 
pass to the fair. So for the 
. price of entering your talen- 



of you seeking a school board 
position, please contact tins- 
columnist and let the voters 
know who you are. The next 
Grass Lake School Board 
meeting win be Tuesday, 
July 9 at 7:30 pjn.. 

The following is a brief 
summary of the June board 
meeting: Graduation exer- 
cises were discussed. The 
staff, administration and 
board were pleased with (he 
arrangements, especially 
the speaker, Joseph Hunley . 

Tbe board reviewed the 
1984-es academic year, Mr. 
Liss reported that the annual 
fall open house will be for 

- parents only in order to 
outline expectations at each 
grade/subject level to h>- 

„ ciud ? homewor k oblig a t ions. 
Negotiation sessions will be 



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TO: Henry Mogee. Patricio Magee, State Bonk of Antioch, 
their spovi**, hmr%. d e V i i ee * . successors or assigns, if 
any; OCCUPANTS or PERSONS in possesion 
UNKNOWN OWNERS or PARTIES interested in 
hor o ino l tor des c ribed root estate. Tax Deed No. 83 TX 
104. 

TAKINODd 
County of Lake 

Dot* Premises Sold: December 13, 1963 
Certilicrte Mo.: 02-05-406-059 " ~ 

SoU FwGtwd Tqxm {Yeor) 196) 
Sold For Spatial Assessment of (MunicJpal(ty)W/A 
And Special Aiuunwnl Number: N/A 

- Warrant N0.TN/A7 ImtrNo.TN/A 

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Prope rty lo cated at 353 Cedorwood lane. Antioch. 
Illinois 60003. Legal description or permanent index No.: 
PJJ4.03-OS-40SO59. 

- This notice n $0 advise you that the above property has 
been fold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sole. will expire on November 22.. 
1 90S, as extended. 

' -This official notice a oho to advise you that a petition 
hos been feed for a Tax Deed which will transfer tmVond 
the right to possession of this property if rede mp t i on is 
not mode on or before November 22, 1 985. 

This matter is set for hearing in the GrcuH Court of this 

county in Waukegan, Dlinob. on November 25, 1985. You 

may be present at mis hearing but your right to 

wil I olreody hove expired at t hot time. 

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Redemption can be' made at any time on or before 
November 22. 1 985 by applying to the County derfc of 
lake County at the County Courthouse "in Waukegan, 

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For further information contact the County Clerk'. 

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' " Purchaser or Assignee 

June 27, Jwfy 4 and 1 1 , >1 985 

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Ten Years Ago: June It. 1975 

The Antioch Village Board voted to form a new Ove- 
member park board. Appointed were: Cliff Hongaton (chair- 
man); Eunice Mueller; Bruce Bartosz; Gail Fields; Marsha 

Starcevic. Tbe board was appointed by Mayor Robert Wilton. 

— Antioch resident Fred Smith, a Spanish-American War 

veteran, celebrated his 96th birthday with Ins daughter, 

Lilian Gaa. 

Thirty Years Ago: June 23. 1QS5 

The Lion's Chib Swimming Pool Committee was formally 
organized through the adoption of bylaws that took place at a 
meeting intbe Rescue Squad Building, 

Howard Gaston, co-publisher of the Antioch News, was one 
of a number of Lake County and Chicago publishers and 
editors who were honored by Homer Daaringer Post 
American Legion in Waukegan. 

Fifty Yean Ago: June 27. 1 W5 

Two well-dressed men pried the ten-cent slot-machine 
from its fixtures at Koukol's Tavern on Rte. 173, two miles 
west of Antioch. They disappeared in a Pontiac with their 

loot ,". > -v: 

During the last ten days more than $48,000 in applications 
for loans under ^ the Federal Better Housing Act has been 
received at the Antioch Better Housing office, investigation 
of the records disclose. The total amount is distributed 
among 58 residents of the community who are planning to 



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.and goodnes$.;At Sentry you can choose from four varieties Of unequaled ground "Beef. Or choose Uslnger's, Kleraent's, Johnsonville or Oscar Mayer 
sausages to grill outdoors. Sentry's deh has potato salads, cole slaw and much more-Add fresh baked roils, buns, and treats from our Crcstwood Bakery: 
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Janice 
Van Patten 

Van fatten, 18, is a 1985 
graduate of Antioch High 
School. She is presently 
working at Globe in 
Lokehursl as a part-time 
sales clerk and Johnny 
D s Pier 83 as a port-time 
waitress. She will be 
attending Illinois State 
University as a freshman 
in the fall. 



Beth Davis 

Davis, 17, is a senior at 
Antioch High School. Her 
interests include s off boll, 
down-hill skiing and 
football. Fashion mer-. 
chandising is in her 
future plans. 



Katrina 



Meyer. 16, is a senior at 
Antioch, High School. She 
is interested in drawing, 
running;:^! crafts and 
practicing cosmotology. 
Her future includes work 
as a cosmotologist and 
college ■ in order to 
prepare her for her own 
business. ■ 



TamaraAnn 

Krause 

Krayse, .16, is a junior at 
Antioch High School.-She 
is interested in swimming 
and bicycling and plans 
on going into 

cosmetology. 



Heinbrodt 



Heinbrodt. 17, is a senior 
: at Antloch-Migh School . 
She. is 'presently 'at- 
tending cosmotology 
school and working part- 
time at American 
Hairlines. 



Foster, 19, is a studehtat 
CLC. Her interests include 

collecting exotic birds, 
writing poetry "" and 
dancing. She plans on 
being . a respitory 
therapist. 



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met June 11. The officers for 
the coming year were elec- 
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given to outgoing PresidenL. 

BobUurich. 

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sworn in at the installation 
dinner to be held at Andre's 
(in Richmond) on June 25. 



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Women's League had their 

monthly luncheon at Spring 
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Fowles, June Hobs, Chris 
Berles and Ann Lorang. 

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Lakelog TV Guide • Business/Real Estate 
^tate^^ jir g inj a bdn^muiiet^^ • Letters to Editor ^Engagements 






Fiester Frederick (R-Lake 
Forest) has announced that 
she is seriously considering 
running for the 30th 
Legislative Dist Senate seat 
now' held by David 
Barkhausen (R Lake BMt)r 
Sen. Barkhausen has an- 
nounced that he will enter 
next - year's contest' for 
Illinois Attorney General. 

In making her an- 
nouncement Frederick com- 
mented, "Ever since Sen. 
Barkhausen first indicated 
his interest in running for At- 
torney General, I have been 
giving a lot of thought as to 
what course of action I 
should take. The easiest road 
for me to travel obviously is 
to run for reelection in the 
59th Representative District 
and stay in the Illinois House 
where I would have all of the 
responsibilities - and op- 
portunities which go with 



On theother hand, with my Shiraer College have been 
eight years experience.ih the selected to participate in the 
House, my total familiarity college's overseas program 
with the legislative process ^Is faU at Oxford. Univer- 

-and with how to solve state- sitv. Shimer fa^tyframW' 

related problems for my con- 
stituents promptly, and with 
; my ability to serve as a full- 
time legislator, I feel certain 
that I could be an effective 
_and competent State 
Senator. 

The 30HV ; Legislative 
■District comprises my own 
59th .Representative 
District," Frederick pointed 
out, "and the 60th Represen- 
tative District, presently 
served by Rep. William 
Peterson (R-prairie View). 
Naturally, I am well-known 
in the 59th Dis t. and have 
reason to believe that my 
candidacy for : the State 
Senate would be well sup- 
ported throughout the 
District" 



To Hold Workshop 



. Lake County Clerk Linda 
Hess has announced that a 
workshop will be held at 10 
a.m. on Saturday, June 29 at 
the State Board of Elections 
Office, State or Illinois Cen- 
ter, 100 West Randolph St., 
Chicago. The purpose of the 
workshop is. to inform the 
candidates, political com- 
, mittees and interested 
- citizens_L-asi^io>V filing' 
obligations under the Illinois' 
Campaign Financing Act 

Hess staled, "It' is im- 
portant in the ejection year 
v that everyone' running for of- 



fice knows when to file cer- 
tain campaign contribution' 
reports and what In r 
formation should be ..in- 
cluded. We want to help 
everyone so that the law is 
followed in every respect." 
, The workshop will be ad- 
ministered by the Illinois" 
State Board of Elections.: 
The main tor cs that; will be 
discussed arr procedures for 
'- completing t 8 1985 Annual 

Report and procedures L for Waukegan. Parents who 

finalizing campaign ac- Wish to bring their children 

tivities. The public is invited must coll (312) 689-6715 for 

cw'attend.^Z;*' - an ^appointment.. 



Jack Sigel will accompany 
the students and serve as 
director of the Shimer-at- 
Oxford program during the. 
1985-86 academic year. 
"Among . the students 
chosen to attend Oxford are 
Elizabeth Buchanan, 
Josephine Carlyle, Susan 
Cury, Joanna Jensen, Mary 
Kafmeres, Kieran McHugh, 
Vicky Muhleisen, Ron 
Simon, Chris Vaughn, David 
Venckus and Jerry.Young. 

Each year Shimer College 
accepts between 10 and 25 
students for participation in 
the college's overseas 
program^ While at Oxford 
the students continue their 
studies under the guidance 
of the overseas program 
director and the faculty of 
Oxford University. . , 
• For furtixerjnforrnatioh on 
programs offered by Shimer 
College, contact the office of 
college admissions at (312) 
623-8400. 

Prenatal Clinic 

The Lake County Health 
Dept. Nursing. Diy. offers 
several programs at hoi 
charge to eligible Lake 
County residents.. Child 
Health Conferences, or Well- 
baby Clinics, are held each 
. months ,;lii^ ^Zlon,-- North 
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Recycling aluminum cans 
for cash is becoming in- 
creasingly convenient in the 
Chicago area, including An- 
tioch and Round: Lake 
Beach, thanks to National 
.Can Corp.'s versatile and . 
successful recycling efforts. * 
Well known for its per- 
manent, recycling centers 
throughout the area and for. 
its. reverse vending 
machines in Jewel stores, 
National Can now ac- 



commodates aluminum 
recyclers in outlying subur- 
bs via mobile, recycling 
units.'-- . - 

A National Can mobile 
collection unit visits several 
suburban stores' and one 
recycling center 1 semi- 
monthly for a half day, to 
receive and weigh aluminum 
cans and pay out their 
recycling value in cash.* 

"National Can is com- 
mitted to recycling 



throughout the country as 
well, as locally,!' says Clif- 
ford R.Klotz, vice president 
- and general manager of the 
National Can Recycling 
Div., '-because this effort 
conserves natural resources 
and energy while reducing 
litter. Our company has long 
supported environmental 
clean-up and conservation:" 
Recycling has also proven' 
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HAROLD R: KIRCHHARDT 

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For growth ,Keep IRB's 



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With all the tax reform talk going on in 
Washington— and probably some changes 
coming about sooner or later— it would be a 
shame if the Industrial Revenue Bond (IRB) 
program is tampered with or done away with 
altogether.. 

- A number of snort-sighted politicians and a 

goodly number of bureaucrats charged with 

the responsibility of extracting money from 

the tax. paying public, view IRB's with 

suspicion and trepidation because income 

from the purchase of the bonds comes to the 

owners tax free. The Washington mentality 

views anything tax free as a loss of revenue 

and a loophole to be plugged. The other side 

of the coin is that IRB's have been one of the 

greatest instruments for stimulating local 

economies that have come along. 

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The law gives municipalities power to 
issue bonds in the name of an entity, 
typically a local business, that is' obligated 
for the repayment The bonds are attractive 
to companies in need of funds because of low 
interest rates. They are attractive to pur- 
chasers because of the tax free provision. 
The whole idea is to provide a mechanism to 
stimulate the economy. 

In our locality, IRB's have worked ad- 
■ mlrably welL We ■ are not -aware ■ of. any 
abuses, whicb is the main reason why critics 
want to see them eliminated. 
—Taking-notes - of -efforts- to - discontinue 
IRB's, Mundeiein Mayor Colin McRae' spoke 
out impassionately that his community 
would not be a major employment center 
today if it were not for its ability to issue IR- 



Bs and thereby attract new industry. Mun- 
deiein officials feel that 2,000 of the com- 
munity's 6,000 full-time jobs are the direct 
result of issuance of the low interest bonds to 
new or expanding industries. Mundeiein 
council men have approved . 10 , IRB 
programs tied to IRB's. They have rejected 
the opportunity to issue IRB's and add a 
small amount of income to the village coffers 
because they would not have created any 
local jobs. t -.----- -■ 

At a meeting earlier this month; Wauconda 
officials voted approval of- three IRB. 
programs totalling nearly $3 million, $800,000 
for an electronics firm and $1 million for. a 
bronze and brass manufacturing concern, • 
both of which will relocate to Wauconda, and 
$900,000 for Stack-On Products Co. that is ex- 
panding. 

In Grays lake, a vacant plant is going to be 
occupied and 115 jobs created because a 
prospective industry was able to arrange 
$2,500,000 in financing through the medium of 
Industrial Revenue Bonds authorized by the 
village board. . 

From our point of view, IRB's are working 
to perfection creating new jobs, broadening 
the tax base, improving the local economy 
and helping companies get established or ex- 
pand. The tax residuals of this IRB induced 
' growth have to be staggering. Can't the 
moguls in Washington understand? Looking 
— at-it- another-way ■,- the- companies -and-enK 

ployees all pay income tax— and a lot of other 

taxes. Uncle Sam isn't getting cheated. 

The IRB progam should be permitted to 
stand. 



by BILL SCHRQEDER . 

After all the sweat and toil of chamber of 
commerce workers and huffing and puffing, 
of politicians, community economic 
development almost always comes down to 
pne or two persons.-' 

That's the way it worked out for Antioch 
when a big step for economic advancement 
was taken with the arrival of Great Mid- 
western Packaging Corp., a rapidly growing 
company that envisions a payroll of nearly 
400 within three years. 

The packaging company, chose Antioch 
because a suitable building was available 
surrounded by sufficient space for ain 
ticipated growth. And the building was 
available because Everette Of tedahl and his 
wife, Elaine, had the courage and foresight, 
to put up the building on speculation in the 
community industrial sector. 

Great Midwestern is off to a fast start with 
70 persons on the job. Work is scheduled 
around-the-clock Monday through Saturday 
to fulfill the initial order for a confectionery 
concern, a candy bar wrapping project. V, 

Of tedahl, owner and operator of Frostee 
Foam Co., one. of Antioch's longtime in- 
dustries, isn't through yeL His next project 
will be to develop a 10 acre parcel for small 
manufacturing concerns. 

Industrial development rarely is a over* 
night process. Of tedahl said he owned the 
Great , Midwestern site and the adjacent 
acreage 17 years before having the "spec" 
building built sue months ago. Things are 
moving at a brisk pace now and the outlook Is 
encouraging. 



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Let's face it, the courts have been soft oh 
drunk driving offenders. And the courts have 
been soft because society in the past hasn't 
seen fit to support hardline dealing with in- 
toxicated drivers. Times have changed, 
though. 

Latest statistics released by Sec. of State 
Jim Edgar show that Lake County scored 
well in Dili prosecutions for the years 1981 
through 1984. DUI convictions for the period 
showed an increase of 373 percent, the 
highest in the metropolitan area. Is there 
more drinking? Could be, but the increase 
more likely is due to a combination of factors 
including more intensive police surveillance, 
aggressive prosecution, increasing "har- 
dlining" in the courts— and pudilc support of 
the "get tough' ' approach. 



With State's Atty. Fred Foreman pushing 
for convictions, Lake. County also has in- 
creased its convictions as compared to the 
percent of total drunk driving dispositions, 
posting 28 percent last year, the same as the 
statewide average. What Foreman has read 
in this statistic is a need to concentrate on 
reduction of repeat offenders. 

To his credit, Foreman astutely recognizes 
that the best politics is a good conviction 
rate. The ambitious young prosecutor has 
been calling for simplification of the process 
for suspending drunk drivers who refuse to 
take implied consent tests. 

The statistics offer encouragement that 
something is being done to get drunks off our 
highways. That's good, but there's still a lot 
of work to be done. — 



AAA A A^Ht, 
PICK1NG UP — Charles J. Lucas, senior 
member of the Crays'lake village board, and 
his wife, Mary Jane, who is vice president of 
the Grayslake Community Park District, are 
devoted bicycle riders who put their 
recreational time to good use. for the com- 
munity betterment They pick up soft drink 
cans tossed aside carelessly. A pre-Father's 
Day "tidy-ride" netted _thenU00_aluminum_ 
cans. 



Richardson's memo was mailed to "iwiS 
columnist -by an anonymous source. The 
memo was dated May 15, 1985, the day like :i 
County Forest Preserve commissioners' ! 
voted to purchase Brae Loch , action vetoed a 
. few days later by President Donald Strenger 
. in an unprecedented move. Our Information' 
is that Richardson retracted the two page' 
statement after distributing it but before" 
County Board members received It. 

The coroner, a resident of Grayslake, poin- 1 
ted out that Grayslake residents "are alt op- 
posed to Brae Locfi and that few if any Avon 1 
Township, residents ever play golf at Brae , 

Loch. ,? ApparenUyrthe-cdronern'ecariia" 
after realizing that her views were off base. 
The memo that was written but technically 
never sent has been an embarrassment to 
Richardson. .What prompted her to write it in 
the first place? Maybe a better question 
would be: who prompted her to write it? 

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POLITICAL NOTES— Former Mayor Bill 
Morris of Waukegan Is pursuing his new 
career in the academic world by teaching a 
summer course ill state and local govern- 
ment at College of Lake County.., Deputy 
Sheriff Willie Smith reportedly is all set to 
take on his boss, Sheriff Robert "Mickey" 

" Babcox in the Republican primary next 
spring if he can find a campaign treasurer 
who'll free him from financial concern 

^That's a ratghUy big "IP.;.lUck Bryan, a 
trustee of CLC^ has decided not to run after 
considering accepting Democratic slating 
for Regional Supt of Schools in the UK 
primary... Support is mounting in the Ha 
State Legislative District for Dist. 5 Cattj 
Board Rep. Andrea Moore to run for the sea* 
being vacated by State Rep. Virginia 
Frederick. Moore is a freshman on the Coun- 
ty Board and hails from LibertyviUe... 



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Morris 

CharleTgnys they do this regularly and it is 
rewarding five fold: first, it gives good 
exercise^bieycling" and getting on and off 
the bike; second, it helps clean and tidy-up 
Grayslake; third, it helps get around the 
town andsee first hand village heeds; fourth, 
cans are given to their neighbor, Mrs. 
Manusos, who gives them to the United 
Protestant Church who sells them for 
reclamation and fifth, it conserves valuable 
metals for America. 



Where to Write 
Representatives 

' U.S. Senator* 

Paul Simon (O) 
Alan J. Dixon (D) ' 
Senate Off fee Building 

Washington, D.C.20S 10 
U*S» fiopreson tot Ives 
Philip Crane (R) 
House Office Building 

Washington, DC. 70S 15 

John Porter (R) . 
1530 Longworih Building 
_2-M(nMnglon.JfX i 205l5 

II Knots Governor 
Gov. James R. Thompson 
207 State Hoot* 

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MADE PUBLIC-A copy of a memo Lake 
County, Coroner Barbara Richardson wrote 
to Lake County Board members in opposition 
to the county purchase of Brae Loch Country 
Club has been made public despite her ef- 
forts to scotch the view after having second 
thoughts. 



Letters Invited 

Letters to the editor are 
welcome. They should be on 
topics of general interest, ap- 
proximately 250 words or less. All 

S?5 S T st be si 9 ned < and con- 
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David N. Barkhaut en (R) 
9 N. County St, Suit* 203 

Waukegan, III 60005 
31st District 
Adeline Jay Geo-Karls (R) 
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32nd District 

JockSchoHor(R) 
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Crystal Lake, III. 600 14 
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Virginia Roster Frederick (R) 
1 5 40 Green/ eaf A ve. , 

toko Forest, III. 60045 
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Antioch. Ill 60002 
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Crystal Lake, III. 600 14 



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Repair Old School 

Editor: 

Are we all to be disfranchiscd-cheated of • 
our say on the repair or replacement of the 
Warren High School? Have you carefully 
read the sample ballot for the special elec- 
tion on the bond referendum to be held Satur- 
day, June 29? Lines 2,3 and 4 essentially tell 
you nothing. As the ballot reads, if you vote" 
yes, you are voting to just turn the school 
board- lobse^with *i7,600,000Vto do with 

. whatever they so desire. 
■ So far every indication from them has been 
to raze two-thirds of the building remaining 
(which, up to the time, of the fire Was 
referred to as the "new section", and is 
barely 20 years old) and start from the 
ground up. The bonds on the last construction 
are not as yet paid off. If your car needs four 
new (ires, some rust repair and a new bat- 
tery, you don't drive it to the junk yard and 
leave it do you? You fix it or trade it in and ' 
get some value ouLotjL tflhat isn't what our 
school board wants'tSflo with twp-thirds of 
our high school, they want to just trash it and 
buy all new with our money. 
~ So fair we have had no real facts or figures 
on repair work, (probably in hopes that no 
one will think about it), just a lot of hazy, in- 
sipid reasons why it isnVpraclical. Go look 
at what's left on OTlaine RdT— doesn't it look 
like there's enough good looking building to . 
seriously consider repairing it before we 

JtotijybuUdozelt? 

They may^hot'be _ talking-about-a^Taj-- 
Bfahal, but we are not talking about tearing 
down a 100-year-old tarpaper shack either. 

'''MargaretAshe 
- . _ Gurnee 

Pesticide Poisoning 

Editor: -, - 

We don't realire . the danger of the effect of- 
the combination of all the various uses of 
pesticide prisons. Diazinon was used to kill 
carpenter ants for over four years in the 
modern office building where I worked, the 
kind where all of the windows are sealed. 
Simultaneously, my neighbors were having 
their lawns serviced by Chemlawn, et al, for 
over three years. The city had mosquito con- 
trol programs, spraying ten to fourteen 
times a year and weed control for the lake 
and used herbicides. Also some of the 
residents used herbicides for weed killing at 
their private beaches. Gardeners were 
killing bugs on vegetables and flowers, 

etc..... • ; ■ 

. Four years ago symptoms appeared, unex- 
plainably: Fatigue, listlessness, insomnia, . 
-loss ofappetlte, chronic cough, shortness of 
breath, etc. Diagnosis, environmental 
illness. It wasn't until a year ago when a 
neighbor had the lawn care service and I lost 
consciousness for over six hours, I knew it 
was pesticide poisoning.- 

My neighbors would not stop the lawn care 
service, the companies would n ot stop ser- 
vicing my neighborhood. The city did stop all 
pesticide applications and are to be com- 



mended. The trustees are the heroes, having 
the intelligence and fortitude to do so. The 
welfare of the residents is entrusted to the 
right people and I'm so proud of the trustees. 
But, their efforts were not enough. With each 
application of the lawn care service, my sen- 
sitivities to all chemicals Increased. Within 
two months 1 could not leave my house, walk 
in the yard, go to church, movies, shopping, 
restaurants, or the doctor without reacting to 
everything. There was nothing else to do but 
go to a part of the U.S. which Is chemically 
free if I want to live. 

This was a drastic decision. It meant 
leaving my children, my home, family. Men? 
ds and all that is dear to me. I tried to go 
back for a visit and became so ill that I had to 
leave immediately, only visiting my children 
for three hours. There are thousands of 
people with this same problem and the num- 
bers are increasing at an alarming rate. The 
pesticide poisoning has. to stop. Even in a 
chemically free area I'll never fully recover 
as my lungs are severely and permanently 
scarred. ■ . 



Sally H.Kaden 
Burnet, Texas 



Editor*! note: Mrs. Kaden is a former Lake 
County resident, residing La Lake Zurich 
before the moved to the boo Uj west for health 



reasons. 



Support Statue Drive 



by GARY S. MEYERS 

It's 1 a. m. and your p hone rings, Yoii pre 
told that your brother has been killed in a car 
crash. How do you feel? . ' r 

I know. In Houston, over this past . 
Memorial Day weekend,: my,' brother was 
killed by a driver -^ a driver, who was 
charged with : involuntary manslaughter 
after tests showed his blood alcohol was oyer 
the legal limit. Waves of sickness, horror, 
disbelief and a. host: of insecurities.scalded 
the core of my being. I also felt barbaric 
hates, the likea of. which no civilized human 
being should ever feel. The rest cannot be 
described because it is shrouded in a sense- 
killing numbness. Perhaps it is the only way 
for one^s sanity to survive. 

Letting drunks get back into their cars to 
. drive again is bad business. It is as evil as the. 
act of killing itself. Yet we do it again and -j 
again and again; 

In this particular case the alleged drunk 
was fleeing the scene of an accident. He was 
being "pursued bya Tear he had sideswiped. 
Perhaps he had ho insurance. Perhaps he 
didn't have the few hundred dollars for the 
repair, but his flight left a decent man dead. 

A naked corpse with a tog on his toe in a 
refrigerated file cabinet in the Houston, City 
morgue was all that remained of my brother 
— a husband of a wife who herself. wound up 
in intensive care; a father of two young girls ; 
the dead child of two grieving parents. 

Killing by drunk drivers is serious business 
and must be changed. My brother is as dead 
as if he had been mugged, robbed and shot— 
except; he would have-had a belter chance of 
survival with several bullet wounds to the 
chest.' Two tons Of' speeding car leaves, little 
of the body to repair. It leaves crushed 
skulls, obliterated spleens and other internal 
organs. It leaves faces contorted in Tear. It 
leaves mental scars on the lives ot anyone 
seeing the results and feeling the loss, i 



will compound error. 
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, Editor: 

Last week I, received .. a signal bohor; a 
letter of thanks from the Statue of ^Liberty 
Foundation signed . by Lee Iacocca and ac- 
companied by a charter contributor's card 
which I will proudly carry oh my person. The 
first contribution I . made was through '. a 
nationwide appeal to all Masonic jurisdic- 
tions to raise funds for the complete 
restoratiohof the Statue. 

The Masonic Fraternity has played a 
unique role in helping to establish the Statue 
of Liberty. On August 5, ISM a rededicatioh 
ceremony was conducted by the Grand 
Lodge of- New York. Ironically, both 
ceremonies were held in a downpour of rain 
on the identical day one hundred years apart. 

It is expected that the Statue will, be 

completely restored in lime for.ceremonies 

tobe held on July 4, 1986. 
The Statue has been one of America's most 

powerful symbols of Freedom, Hope, Charity 
and Love. Please save her from decay so 
future new Americans can pass her way. 

: Charles Stransky 
: — I — — - ' — ~ Third Lake — r 



Immediate Execution 

Editor: . 

-. I would like to suggests change in the law 
which pertains to any and all persons con- 
victed or who were participants in terrorist 
activities. 

For example: All participants of any 
i skyjacking or any other type of hijacking of 
any U.S. flag carrier shouldface the capital 
punishment of -immediate-execulionjas_sogn; 
as they depart the vehicle. This execution 
should be televised on all public television 
broadcasting stations In Ihe United States. < 

As for these criminals right to a fair and 
speedy trial, they participated, in their trial 
by the newscasts, appearances,- and any 
statements made by them during the public 
commission of the sky-hijacking through the 
news media before the world. .._ . 

It is way past time for these terrorists to 

receive what they justly deserve. To attempt 
to house, feed and clothe them while serving 
a life sentence is asking for other terrorists 
to commit more acts of terrorism in an at- 
temptto free the jailed ones. Not to mention 
the wasted money, taxpayers money I might 
add,used on the jailed terrorists when it 
could be put to a better use. 



j^^jnjmyj^i^lher^is.jujjwrrowjor the 
wretched soul of the driver. Nprdo Fthink 
the rehabilitation of such drivers should be 

-■coiisIdered : |—^at",-; least not ' until;- there is" 
rehabilitotionfdr'thepeopIekllJed. 

The drunk who kills Is a murderer who has 
never learned the basic lessons he should 
have as a child. An adult must be held ac- 
countable for his actions; or surely tragedy 



the jails are overcrowded. Would any one, of 
them trade the worst stinking hot, jammed - 
jail cell for the comfortable confines of. a 
cool, private grave? I think not. 

If, you are lucky,. this issue is an abstract 
one, "more worthy of cocktail ] conversation 
than tears and brutal desire for revenge. But 
if you have done nothing — if you have said 
nothing — then perhaps your time, too, may 
come soon. * 

To- discourage drunk drivers we should . 
truly raise the price they must pay. If it were 
up to me, the penalties for killing while under 
the influence would include: '„..,. 
•A death resulting from a drunk driver 
. should ibe. treated as. murder, without plea 
bargaining. _ ."'■'."' 

•The name and address of the driver 
should be prominently published, just as-. 
sureJy as if he had jumped from the roof of a 
high-rise building.; - ■- 

* A person who.has killed while under the 
influence absolutely should never be allowed 
to operate a vehicle again, for the rest of his 
or her natural life. This is a small price when 
compared to the price already paid by the 
victim. . -v ■;'■:.• ' z..z :'■ ' ~z. 

*Make it a felony to drive with a license 
suspended for drunk driving. Repeat of- 
fenders and those that would ignore the law' 
and public safety should be prosecuted to the 
fullest extent Of the law and treated' as 
potential killers, because that is what they 
are. ,..■.......-■' : ;■.'■ " - i 

•Make the. horror seem real before it 
becomes real. If a drunk is convicted of 
driving while under the influence, but has not 
killed or Injured anyone, give him a break. 
Suspend. his license.. forAwo to three .years. > 
Then have him closely observe ten autopsies 
of people killed In cars by drunks: Have the 
drunk clean 'up accident sites or work In 
hospital emergency rooms on weekends for a 
year 



If they still do not get the point, God help us 

a ll. '■ V ,w-V.:. '^'^ "-"■■ . ,;VV' ; - 

' -. ■ Edl tor 'b note t" ciiy ; S.*' ' Af eyers :_ writes -« ' 
weekly column on money management and 
financial matters. We extend ■bar con-, 
defences to him and his family in the loss of a 
lovedone.- * ■■■'"-■■.' 



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David Corso and Mary Frances Zafec 

Mr. and Mrs. James Zajec, announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Mary Frances Zajac of Lake Villa to David 
Corso, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Corso, Antioch. 

The couple who are high school sweethearts will be 
married July 20 at the Prince of Peace Church in Lake Villa 
at a ceremony performed by Rev. Fassbinder. 

The bride-to-be is a 1982 graduate of Antioch Community 
High School and is currently employed as a customer service 
clerk at Jim Sorensen Chevrolet in Waukegan. , 

The groom-to-be is a 1983 graduate of Antioch Community 

High School and is a distributor for the the 7up Co. In Round 

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■ The couple plans to settle in Antioch. 



Knutson-Goetscti 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knutson, announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Laurie Knutson or Gurnee, to John Goctsch, 
son of John Goetsch of Glendalei Wis. 

The ceremony will be performed by John Q. Corcoran of 
Immaculate Conception Church in Waukegan on August 31, 

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The bride-to-be. is a 1981 graduate of Warren Township 
High School and a 1985 graduate of University of Wisconsin- 
Whitewater, with a bachelor of business administration 
degree in general business. She is employed as a teller for 
Consumers Coop Credit Union in Waukegan. 
' The groom-to-be is a 1980 graduate or Whitefish Bay High 
School in Whitefish Bay, Wis. and a 1984 graduate of Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin-Whitewater, with a BBA degree in finance. 
He is employed as assistant manager for Burger King Corp. 
in Milwaukee, Wis. 
'."- The couple plans to settle in Milwaukee, Wis. 





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, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Keller, announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Jodi Lynn Keller, Wauconda, to Michael John . 
Eisenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eisenberg, Oak 
Forest. 

The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. John Clem* : 
mens at the Transfiguration Church in Wauconda on August 
3,1985. 

The bride-to-be is a 1980 graduate of Wauconda High School 
and a 1981 graduate of Robert Morris College and is em- 
ployed as a marketing secretary for Daniel Woodhead Com- 
pany in Northbrbok. 

The groom-lobe is a 1981 graduate of Oak Forest High 
School and is currently enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, 
stationed at Chanute Air Force Base while pursuing a career 
in electrical engineering. - ■ - 



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Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen of Gurnee, announce the engagement 
of their son Don CrAllen of Chicago, to Leahne Nelson of 
Park Ridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb and Pat Nelson ' 
. of Park Ridge. 

The ceremony will be performed Sept. 8 at St. Clements in 
Chicago. . . 

"The bride-to-be attended Northern III. University and is ! 
presently attending Harrington Institute of Interior Design in 
Chicago and is a Vecta Contractor at the Merchandise Mart 
in Chicago. 

The groom-to-be is a 1979 Warren High School graduate 
and a graduate of Northern Illinois University and is now 
completing work for a PhD at DePaul University in Chicago. 
He is employed a t the London House Consulting Firmin Park- 
Ridge. 

The couple planstosettlein Chicago or the suburbs '. 

The couple met while employed in the Show Dept. at Great 
America in. Gurnee in 1981. They became engaged in 
February, 1985; 



Zleman-Rlchardfon 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Zicman, Sr., announce the 
engagement of their daughter, Carol A. Zieman, of Lake 
Villa, to Patrick C. Richardson, Buffalo Grove, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Issac E . Richardson, Satellite Beach, Fla. . 

•Ther ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Mark West 
on Aug. 16, 1985 at the United Protestant Church of 
Grayslake. 

The bride-to-be is a 1976 graduate of Grayslake Community 
High School and a 1980 graduate of Northern Illinois Univer- 
sity with a bachelor of science degree in Home Economics 
Education and is presently employed as a teacher for 
Hawthorn Junior High in Vernon Hills. 

The groom-to-be is a 1972 graduate of Keystone Oaks, Dor- 
mont, Pa. and a 1980 graduate of Northern Illinois University 
with a bachelor of science degree in education. He spend four 
years in the Marine Corps. He is employed as a special agent 
for Illinois Dept. of Revenue-Criminal investigations in 
Chicago. 

The couple plans to settle in Lake Zurich. 

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William T. Voung, 
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Franklin M. Bullock, Gurnee 
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Racine, Wis. 
Dave E. Crawford and 

.Cynthia L. Markel, Great 
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James E. Hanert, Lake Villa 
and Patricia A. Adolph, 
Romcoville. 



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Mundelein. 

John R. Lindvall and Laurie 

A. Golz, Wauconda. 



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J^er^^BinceJuly^Hmrwhennijrnrarafr 



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nivewary of the signing of tteJJeclaraUon of 
towpcnce Was celebrated in Philadelphia 
with the adjournment of Congress, a 
ceremonial dinner, bonfires and 
FIREWORKS brockets, flares, pretty ex- 
plosives and twinkling sparklers have been 
synonymous with the July 4 celebration only 
indigenous to the U.S.A. 
:. American children are especially 
enamoured with the loud noises and colorful 
explosives that are synonomous with the 
Fourth. - '. 

According to the Lake County Building and 
Zoning Dept,, which issues 'permits for the 
retail sale of fireworks in the county, toy 
smoke flares, sparklers and whistling items 
are the onkFourth of July "fireworks" that 
can be legally sold for private use in the 
countyand theentire state." : . , 

(thing that explodes is forbidden. 

skets and other explosives can be sold to 
professionals who meet the legal standards 
for use In professionally handled fireworks 
displays. 

There are also local ordinances concerning 
the sale and setting-off of fireworks. . 



^According, to the-Kenosha CountrSherifPs 

lent I ho fnllnnU.^ __^ * ± 



Dept. the following are hot considered 
fireworks as such. 

Toy snakes which contain no mercury and 

are so labeled, are not regulated. Either are 

model rocket engines, but they cannot be 

used when attending a '-'public fireworks 

' display. , :•,'".:.'.■.'. 

- Toy caps, containing hot more than one- 
fourth grain of explosive mixture and sold 
;to be used in a device which prevents bodily 
contact when put in to place for explosion. As 
• a rule paper caps are no problem. 

The ever-popular sparkler, where the wood 
stick does not exceed 36 inches in length and 
one-fourth inch in diameter, and which does 
not contain .._ chlorate, percholrate pr 
magnesium, is O.K.. 

Also on the legal-sell list are: champagne 
parry poppersfdesigned to spray out paper 
streamers or; .'confetti,. also. containing less 
than one-fourth grain of explosive mixture) ; 
Whistling items that do not exceed three 
grams in weight and have no second effect 
besides the noise effect and do not explode; 
smoke devices that have no external flame 
and do not leave the ground; cylindrical 



iountains, not exceeding 100 grams in weight 
and the inside tube diameter does not exceed 
three-fourths of an inch, hot designed to stay 
on the ground and emit only sparks and 
smoke. 
Cone fountains that do not exceed 75 grams 
T4n weight, with no secondary effects, and 
designed to sit on the ground and emit only 
smoke and sparks can also be sold to any 
buyer. - . 

Most municipalities have professional 
fireworks displays. Law enforcement agen- 
cies suggest those demonstrations are the 
best place to fete a booming Fourth. 

In closing, the sheriffs department asks 
parents to "try to keep an eye on our children 
in respect to fireworks. God knows we do not 
want them hurt or burned, either tem- 
porarily or permanently." \ 
. Kenosha County Sherrif Fred Ekornaas 

said that in both Kenosha and Lake County, 
possession of anything that leaves the 
ground, explodes, or has ail exposed. flame 
other than a fuse and has no secondary use 
but for simple "bang-up" entertainment, is 
illegal, . e *. ■ 

A strange twist in the Wisconsin law 





provides that wholesalers can sell fireworks 
to people from other states but the fireworks 
then have to be shipped to the purchaser by 
common carrier* UP, Federal Express 
etc.). 

The catch here is that if the purchaser is 
from Illinois, they- can be arrested after 
receiving the shipment of the fireworks. 
,. So if law enforcement agencies have prior 
knowledge that such a shipment is taking 
place, a legal search warrant can. be ob- 
' tained and the owner of a house or 
where the fireworks are found can- be 
arrested. 

One of those booths, owned by Robert Hess 
of Trevor, is at the intersection of Hwy. 50 
and 1-94 in Bristol. 

, Hess claims that all the people to whom he 
ships fireworks jtre warned to follow the 
directions enclosed very carefully as a safety 
precaution. 

Citing some of, the many serious injuries 
suffered by members of the public playing 
with illegal fireworks, Ekornaas said, .'*So 
many people can get them and so many set 
them off indescriminately . at public func- 
tions, it's a wonder that we don't have more 
injuries than we do." 





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The Lake 'County Health 
Department Mobile Health 
Service, supported '■ by : . the 
pej^Llcipatihg UjWnahlps, will 
beat the following locations 
-in July :-Wauconda Township 
Center/ 505 Bonner Rd., 
Wauconda , July v 1> 1 to ,4, 
p.m; , phone ( 312) 526-2831 . 

Cedar Village Apartments 
(Sponsored • by, r Lake -Villa 
Twp.)i 310. N. Milwaukee 
(Rte. 83), Lake Villa^ July 3, 
9 a.m. - noon; phone (312) 





Six members, of- the Chain 
of -Lakes Area Branch 
(COLA) attended the 61st 
Annual State Convention . of 
the i i American Assn. . of . 

-University Women. held this 
month at the ■ Springfield 

1 . Hilton. Spring ncld^j 

. Once again, COLA meriv. 
befs returned with a list of 
laurels to their credit. 

Included among the^a war- 
ds was the coveted "Agent of 
Change : Award/* given JoJ. 
COLA member Mary Bcljlc, 
of Llndenhurst. This Is J he 



branch network of COLA of— 
Waukegan received . first 
prize for Public Information 
Effects in. connection with 
the "Peace Child'* ■ musical'; 
presented last, summer 1 In 
. June, the network will be in 



competition for the National 
PI Award given at the 
AAUW's -National Con- 
vention in Columbus, Ohio. 
" ; AAUW is - a 104-year-old 
national organlration, com- 
prised of . 194.000 :degreed 
kworoen.1, ; ' ■ " ";-' ■■ / ■:r~~F~ 






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Kristwi Maryfoyc* Mlhalko 

A douohtor lUUWi Mofrlor«, "» bom M«f » 01 M*dkol C«tt« ol Jf*^*"^' 
\£Z&£ZZ» m7. Un m*4 M^honk^a. Pa.^d HaeoW^^h. Chkoaa. 
GrMl-orandnulhart at. Mofia iuth, Oikogo and Iran. ilno. Otkaoo. 



356-2116. 
.Grant Township Hall, 411 
Washington, Ingleside, July 
11, 18 and 25, 5 - 8 p.m. (No 
Clinic ,on July 4.), phone 
(312)587-2233. -, 

Warren Township Rec. 
Building, 7136 Washington, 
Gurnee, July 12, 19 and 26, 5 : 
8 p.m. (No Clinic on July 5.), 
phone (312) 244-1101. 

Available services consist 
of a physician for diagnosis 
and treatment of medical 
problems and school and 
sports physical examin- 
ations. Blood pressure 
testing and health conseling" 
by a registered nurse are. 
also . available.. Township - 
residents unable to pay for 
; those-services requiring a 
fee should contact their 
supervisor at the number 
listed above. . 

For additional information 
call (312) 689450Q or the 

respective township office. 



first time a COLA member jjB 
received this award which is • \ 
given to one woman in the 
state for exemplary efforts 
to promote positive change 
in society. Reljic will be 
assuming a position on the 
Illinois Slate Board of Direc- 
tors of AAUW, as Women's 
y Issues Chair f pr_1985-87. 

— For. the third year; the 
branch newsletter, "Chain's 
Link" received recognition, 
with Editor Randi Baltz, ac- 
cepting an honorable men- v .. 
lion. 



— ; - For the second : yearra 
membership award was 
received. Membership Vice. 
President Kathy Papaleo ac- ~ 
copied second prize, $50, for 

"Thembership gainsr — 

— For the first time, (he 




Mary Reljic 



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or Well-baby Clinics, are 
held each month in Zion, 
North Chicago, Round Lake 
and Waukegan. Parents who 
wish lb bring their children 
must call (312 168«715 for 
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-A ton. David Bilon. wot bom May 39 al Laka Foretl Hotpllol. to Sctruol and Chorion* 
vlorib.Cwrneo. Grandparent! are Vincenl and Sanld lorio. 

'; Amy Lynn JoKcuuon 

A da ojhr.r . Amy Lynn, wo* born Mo* IB at Lata Foreit Haipltal. lo tdword and Shot on 
■ iohonvon . Gurnee. Grandparent > or* Barnard Senelkk, Houtton. Teiat: Barbara LeVine, 
Mahomel, III. ond H. William and Viramta S*o»«. Bedford. Taut*. Of eal-arondporentt or. 
Ab« Rob ! n ton , £ von Hon : Gertrvde Ion*, Bedford, Inn ond Sophie Woroer. Nonuet, N.Y. 

Erica Lynn P*nl*y 

A daughter, frka tynn. wo* bom May 39 ol loko F r*n Hcipiial, to Michael and lynn 
Pen}**, Bound Loko Booth. The baby hoi two brother*. Soon M. J ond Vincent 0. I r Grond- 
parentt or* Foi tor ond Rita Vict. E . Dundee ond Kotxrt end Roto Penley, Hoffman Ettatet . 
Great-gcondporenti aro Mr. ond Mr*. Sal Sefteponl ond Mr. Jomet Theodore Penlev, balh 
olChkoao. ■ . 

Robert James Murray Jr. 

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• A ton, Robert Jomet Jr.. wot bam May 7* 01 Northern lllinolt Medicol Conlor, MtHtnry. 
lo Robert J. and Ann C. Muriov. McHenry, Grandparent! ore Rutioll W, Davit. Wouhogan: 
- Yvonno A. Davit. Iikmd I ok*: Tom S. Murroy. Wonder Lake and Goroldine Dial, Chicago. 
Gr*at-g/ondparenli oro Relnold Victor and Jetiica lord ond Victor and Vvonno I *b*o u, 

KylafdwPunk 

A daughtof, Kylo Elli*. Wat born Moy 31 at Northern llllnoll Medicol Center, MiHmrj, 
to Scotland Robin Funk, McHenry. Grandparonti oro Mr, and Mri. Robert Irwin. Fox toko 
and Mr. ond Mri. Paul W. Funk. McHonry ._ Groat -arondmother ii Mary D. Irwin. Fo*. lok*. 

trie Robert Mllff.l.o 

"A ton, Eric itobert, wot born Mar 3d ol Northern lilinon Medicol Center, McHonry, ta 
Bob and Barb Milltello, Round lako Booch. Tho baby hoi on* litltr. Sltphsnio, S. Grand- 
potent! aro Jerry and Shirley Bray. Rivor Grovo and Philip ond Joan Mililello. Molroio 
Park. • 

Crystal Dawn An ha It 

A doughior. Cryttol Dawn, wot born Moy 9 or Medical Center ol LoVe County, liber- 
lyville, to Frod ond Dawn Anholl, lindtnhofii. The boby ho> on* broihii. D*titk. 7. Gron- 
dporent* aro Sonny and Dawn Ralhunde. Groytlo*-* and Phil ond Carol Anholl, Groytloko. 
Great-grondparenrt oro Corlne Helton, Chicago: Mildred Ralhunde, Wildwood: Roy and 
Edno Fechtner, Allentown. Pa. and Paul ond hlotallo Anholl. Ml. Homo. Ark! 



Wado Frond. Daniel 

A ton". VYodo Frond.'; wot bom Moy.a ol Medicol Color ol toko County, llbortyvlllo. to 
Jo.l oH d Kimle Donlol , Woukegan, Grandparent* or* Jam** ond Donna Demi el. lako Vlllo. 
Gteo1-g^ondpof.entioreb^olhyondflalt«Wendl,Wolik»po»i. .' 

Sarah Both Weber 

A doughtof . Sarah Both, wot bom Moy 33 al at Northern lllinoli' Medicol Corner . 
McHenry, lo Michael ond Mary Both Wobor. Wondor Lako. Tho boby hot ono brother. 
Chriitophor, 7. Grandparenti oro Mr. and Mr*. Jorry Dinolll. Mondofein: Ann Wnolll, Twin 
Laket, Wit. ond Mr. and Mrt. John P. Weber. VYondor lako. Greol -grandparent! oro Mory 
Pandor Wobor. Mc Henry; Mr. and Mrt. Ftonk Dlnoitl. Highland Pork and Mr. ond Mrt. 
Joteoh Vlniko, Brooktvlll*. Flo. Gfoot^root-grondrnolhof I* Anno Itnopmlhrr, Sturgeon 
Boy, Wit. ,- " .- .---. 

Athley Marie HlcJemann 

A doughler. Athley Mario.' wot born Moy • ot" Victory Memorial Hospital In Woukogon, - 
to Rick and Lonna Hichmann , PoddocV lok'o. Wit. Tho boby ho* ono brolhor. Brott. Grand- 
patonlt aro lou and Arlono Cravrlord. Antiocti and BIN ond Shlrloy Hkkmonn, Comp lako. 
Wit. GfMl-grondporonti oro Mr, ond Mrt. Kouba, Camp loko. Wit.; Mr*. Hkkrnorm. Wkt< 
nolko ond Mr. and Mr*. Lotta'rd. AntkfCti. 

Katie Marie Gout II 

A doughtor. Ratio Mario, wot bom Moy IB al Good Shophord Hotpilol, Barring ion. to 
Don ond Wondy Gottoll. Wouconda. GrandpbronH oro William L. and Matirfn A. Bold^a ." 
Woucondo and fronklin t. and Borty GottoU. Wouconda. Gfoat-grondpawiti aro William 
ond Mario Orloff. rtktrtd Loko and Groot-grortoVnorhor. Mrt. Mory Dovglo*. Phoonlt. 

James Thomas Covers. ■' ' 

A ton. Jam,, Thomai. wo* bom May » al Good Shophocd Hotpltol. Sorth>gton. to Jon 
ond Joan Covor*. Wouconda. &andporonr* or* Miko ond tooAnn Goal*. Protrlo du Sot. ■ 
Wi«, and Ed and Joan Covort, Scwrmgion. C^Mtf^ondpanwil* ora'Chottor and Ruth 
lorton. Hoctor, Minn, and (d and Roto Iloniartt, N Ho*. 

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Ktisten Marie Brown 

A doughtor. Kriiton Mario, wot bom Moy 30 at Good Shopnord Hotpltol. Borrington. lo 
John H, and Doma J. Brawn. Wouconda. Grandparonlt oro Jomo* and Joan CJIuonlot, 
Cknc innoti . Ohio ond Mrt. John S. Brown. Oeyton, Ohio. Groot-g^inclparonr* oro Mr. and 
'$*n. FrodBlonchord.Srownivillo.ToiOt ond Mr*. Mario Hugh**, Oak wood,0nio. . 



Jeramy Dawld Adame 

; Aton. JoromyDmW, wot bom Moy U at M*d«ol Conlor of Loko County, Lib*rtvv,ll a , a 
H«iof D. Adorn* ond Cynih.o Ann Holonkik. Woucondo. Gron dpc tionli oro fiontnto'u ' 
ond Tomota Adomo. Athngton Ht», ond Stanley ond Voio Hojanktk, Wouconda. Cf»o! 
c^ordrmiihorltMafppr!tloMrAdofflo7Montiio,Mo«ko,\""\\^^^ . 

Jotika Nlchole Fergon 

A doughtot. Jottka Ntcholo, wot born May IT ot Modicat Conr*r ot loko Couni r . [ibi,. . : 
tyvillo, lo Roy Fotgon ond Chrlt Brochhouton. Highland Pork, Grondporonlt oi* Mr omi 
-Mrt. William Forgon. rtorthbrpo*, and Mr. and Mrt. Doon Glka. MumJ»l»)n, Grosi. 
grondporonlt oro Mr, ond Mrt. toward VoJlutot, Bfownivill*. Toiet and Mr». Uo^ 

Fotgon. MtHonry. ^_ / ,. — 

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Stacy Lynn© Patch Wo 

A doughior. Stoty Lynn*, wot born May 17 at Modkol Cantor ol loko Count, i,^. 
tyvillo. lo Don ond Kathy Patchfce, Cratby Toiot.' Grandparonti Of*G*roliond E.tlrnA*' " 
Patchko, Mundololn ond Polo and lor lino IkouMoi. Houston . T*i ov'. G(*ui-g«ondpor*nM 
oro Irono Rotha. Mundoloin,' Edna Franklin, Nowton, Toiat and lod and Alii* Burk*. v^, " 
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Karl Beth Hlntr J_ . 

A doughior, Karl Both, wot bom May If ol Lako Farwt Hotptral. to Jim ond Korol Hkilu 
Antioch. Tho boby hot ono brother, Kud T ond ono ttaler, Kritto 4. Grandparent* on* Jo* 
ond Hi Mlllor, Nile*. III. ond Gm and Gort Hirttr. Srevont Point, Wit. " 



The Lake County Health 
Department Nursing 
Division, offers several 
programs at no' charge to 
eligible Lake County 
. residents. They include; 

Prenatal Clinic 

- JO* !*§«atal Clinic offers 
medical . care " a nd health 
education during pregnancy 



Mothers 



and delivery to qualified low- 
income women. For an 
appointment call, (312) 689- 
6715. 

"The Women, Infants and 
Children Special Sup- 
plemental Food Program 
(WIC)~pTtrvTdes supv 
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ItyJOHNSTEINKE 

— (PoliUcareqlunifflsir ~~~ r ~^~^~ 
In politics, you dance with the one who 
brung you; Take care of your own.'and don't 
worry about your political enemies; Ap- 
parently, Lake County Board Chairman Jim 
.LaBelle of Zion has disregarded this rule of 
practical politics during his stewardship of 
county government. In the process, LaBelle 
has alienated some of his County Board 
supporters: His indecisive leadership may 
jeopardize his iTOlectiOn^rospects forltne 
chairmanshipjjextyear. . 
-Last December, "LaBelle defeated then 
incumbent Glenn Miller of Long Grove for 
the chairmanship by a 13-11 vote oh the 27th 

j^ballot; XaBelJe's .winning coalition included 
eight out of the 19 Republicans on the County 
Board along with JohnBalen's-laloc of five 
Democrats: Dist 4 Rep, Norm Geary of 
Grayslake was instrumental in ■ electing 
LaBelle to the chairmanship. . 



...Indecisive leadership may 
jeopardize reelection 
prospects for the chair- 
manship next year." ."•'".-— 

For 26 ballots, the county chairman's race- 
was deadlocked. Republicans Miller, Geary 
and LaBelle competed for the office. 
Following a stormy party .caucus, Geary 
withdrew his candidacy and recommended 
-LaBelle's- election. On -the- 27th- ballot; 
LaBelle's four supporters united with 
Geary's four Republicans and Balen's five! 
Democrats to elect the Zion Rep. to the 
chairmanship., ~, '-■ '..-.'•'■ 

Dist. 6 Rep. Miller's seven people com- 
bined with Dist. 5 Rep. Bob Depke' s four 
loyalists to generate 11 Republican votes for 
the chairman's aborted reelection bid. 
Depke supported then Chairman Miller's 
candidacy because he was seeking reelection 
as..Warren Twp. Supervisor. Depke faced 
strong opposition in the 1965 township 
~ elections, and he decided hot to run for the 
County Board Chairmanship last . year. In 
1982, Miller had been reelected chairman, 
defeating Depke on the 80th ballot. 

Last December, seven Republicans, along 
with LaBelle himself, supported his election,- 
including: Helen Amendola, C. Richardson' 
Anderson,' Geary,- James Mitchill, Andrea; 
Moore and Eleanor Rbstrom? . The five 
Democrats supporting LaBelle for chairman 
r— were: John Balen, Tony Serdar, Sam Payne, 




lection of the Lake County Board 
Chairman, Neal organized a parry meeting 
in order to unify the GOP county board 
members behind a .single candidate. But the 
effort failed.) *" 

Chairman LaBelle's election has polarized 
the membership. The 24 County Board 
members also serve . as forest preserve 
commissioners. The Lake County Board 
resembles the Chicago City Council wars. In 
"the^Windy City," it is Mayor . Harold 
Washington versus Aid. Ed Vrydoliak's City 
Council -majority. In Lake County, the 
LaBelle group dominates the County Board 

: while the Miller faction controls the forest 

5 preserve district. 

Dist: l Rep. Don Stranger of Lake Forest is 
the chairman of the Forest Preserve Dist. 
Stronger is a close political associate of 
former County Board chairman Glenn 
Miller. Dist .4 Rep. Geary has been leading 
the fight to add Brae Loch to the county's 
forest preserve system. Brae Loch is the 158- 
acre golf course/vacant land parcel located 
between the College of Lake County and the 
Lake County Fairgrounds. 

\ However, Geary's political adversaries 
dominate the forest preserve district. Miller 
despises Geary because he believes that the 
Grayslake Rep. cost him the county board 
chairmanship. Geary's support was crucial 
to LaBelle's election. Depke of Warren Twp.' 
is Geary's principal nemesis on the County 

JBpard._Thefiery.Depke and the competitive- 
Geary are like scorpions in a' bottle. Norm 
Geary characterizes Depke as. an un- 
principled politician. Bob Depke refers to 
Geary; in terms prefaced by certain ad- 
jectives concerning his ancestry, and as an 
unreconstructed hypocrit. 

Thus, it was not unexpected when Strenger 
vetoed the purchase of the Brae Loch golf 
course which had been approved at a special ; 
meeting of forest preserve Commissioners. It 
was the TinstUme in the 27-ycar-hlstory of the . 
district that a vote of the commissioner was 
vetoed by the president. The Brae Loch 
acquisition remains an unresolved issue. 



Moore to the- County Board from Dist. 5, 
which includes UbertyvUIe, Vernon and 
WarrenTwps. 

The chairman is empowered to appoint a 
new member to fill a vacancy subject to the 
confirmation of the entire County Board. 
Richardson's impending- /resignation 
generated ' a vigorous debate among 
LaBelle's -13 supporters. Nine out of 
LaBelle's 13 people recommended that he 
appoint Libertyville Twp. Supervisor Mike 



Graham dispatched to Dist 5 Reps. 
Richardson and ' Moore opposing his 
reelection. He believes that Graham 
engaged in an unwarranted personal attack 
on his character. Depke simply believes that 
Graham should walk into Lake Michigan 
until his hat floats. 

Third; LaBelle has political aspirations 
beyond his present office. Reportedly, State 
Rep. Bob Churchill (R-Lake Villa) recom- 
mended that LaBelle. appoint- Grayslake 



Graham to replace Richardson. Last year, banker Eugene Martin to the County Board 



Craham bad lost the. County Board election 
to newcomer Moore and incumbent Dolan 
both of Libertyville. 



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..•LqBelle has remained 
conspicuously silent on the 
Brae Loch matter." 



"...LaBelle 
County 



group dominates 

ird while Miller 

faction controls the Fore st 

Preserve District ," v 



Instead, LaBelle appointed Grayslake 
banker Eugene Martin, of Libertyville. What 
were LaBelle's possible motivations behind 
Martin's appointment? First. LaBelle has 
been perceived as a political tool of Geary 
and Amendola by some County Board 
members. Both Geary and Amendola were 
LaBelle's principal ■ supporters for the 
County Board chairmanship. Geary strongly 
-recommended Graham's appointment to the ' 
County Board over Martin. By appointing . 
Martin,_. LaBelle- demonstrated -his, in- 
dependence from Geary. , 

Second, LaBelle has been criticized by 
staunch Republicans for accepting the 

- support of the five Democrats in order to win 
the election for the chairmanship. If LaBelle 

_ had appointed Graham, he would have 
further alienated party regulars. Graham is 
a maverick 'Republican. In 1978, : when.. 
Graham .was defeated for renomination to 
the- County-Board in - the: GOP prlmaryyiSieT 
became the unsuccessful Democratic can- 
didate for the same office In the November 
elections.; : ; 

LaBelle's appointment of Graham would 
, have alienated Neal. He is also. chairman of 
the Lake County 
Republican - . party 



rauWthan Graham. Churchill's father is a 
member of the board of directors of the' 
Grayslake National Bank. Churchill has 
been waiting patiently for State Sen. Adeline 
Geo-Karis (R-Zion) to vacate her office. 
Then Churchill will run for state senator 
while LaBelle will campaign for state 
representative as his replacement. To 
cement a political alliance with, Churchill, 
LaBelle may have appointed Martin to the 
County Board. Regarding the possible 
Churchill-La Belle Coalition, one prominent 
Republican laughingly, commented, "Geo 
will outlive both Jim (LaBelle) and Chur- 
chill. After Churchill and LaBelle have been 
buried and forgotten, Geo's dancing feet will 
still be leading the parades." 

Fourth, LaBelle may have been practicing 
"legislative courtesy" with the Dist. 5 Reps, 
following Richardson's resignation. Did 
LaBelle appoint Martin to appease Depke 
and Jim Dolan? Both Depke and Dolan 
supported Miller, over LaBelle in the 
chairmanship race. Newcomer Moore ap- 
parently sponsored Martin's candidacy to 



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.Pro -LaBelle County Board 
member observed ■■ that 
County Board Is In shambles." 



displace Supervisor Graham as the political 
leader of Libertyville Twp. She voted for; 
LaBelle \ for chairman. If Moore can 
demonstrate her ■ 'clout" ^ on the County 
Board, it will advance her public ambitions. 
Supposedly, Moore has aspirations to run for 
GOP :■ organization. The the Illinois General Assembly} Moore wants 
is Bob Neat's religion, to displace Graham as the roost influential 



Stan Pekol and Audrey Nixon. 

Ten Republicans; along with Chairman 
Miller, recorded 3 their ballots for his 
■ reelection, including: Deloris Axelrod, Jerry 
Beyer, Depke, Jini Dolan, Jim Fields, 
Donna-Mae Litwiler, Bob Neal, Fred Popp, 
Don Strenger and Pat Wilson. But the Depke- 
Mlller-Neal factions lost the chairmanship to 
the LaBelle-Geary-Balen groups. (Dist. 3 
Rep. Bob Neal of Wadsworth is also Lake 
County Republican Chairman. On. the day 



.. LaBelle has remained conspicuously silent 
on the Brae Loch matter. Why hasn't LaBelle 
provided leadership on this subject, which 
has been plagued by personality conflicts, 
political differences and competing . am- 
bitions? ■■*..■ 

The major. test of LaBelle's leadership 
occurred when Richardson submitted her 
resignation from the County Board. 
Richardson had been one of LaBelle's four 
original supporters In his bid for county, 
addition, Richardson had 



Sheriff Robert H, r'Mlckey" Babco^and 
GOP Chairman Neal are the kingpins of 
Lake County politics. Like Neal, Jim LaBelle 
is also a County Board member from. Dist 3, 
which includes Benton, Newport and Zion 
Twos, plus part of Waukegan. Chairman 
LaBelle will be seeking reelection to the 
County Board next year. He cannot afford to 
antagonize Neal because Dist. 3 is the only 
politically competitive County Board area in 
Lake County. It. has four representatives 
including Republicans LaBelle, Neal and 
Eleanor Rostrom or Waukegan plus 
Democrat Sam Payne of Zion. 

Besides, Graham is bated by most of the 



persuaded newcomer Moore of Libertyville antl-LaBelle people on the County Board, 
to support LaBelle's candidacy. In 1984,- particularly former chairman Miller and 
Richardson had been influential in electing Depke. Miller deeply resents a letter that 



politician i ri-IJberiyvi I lo Twp. Thus, Mar- 
tin's selection over Graham satisfied. the 
. three remaining Reps, from Dist. 5. ■ '. ; ; ' ■" 

Finally, LaBelle may harbor the illusion 
'that he can satisfy his enemies without 
alienating -his friends. He has angered 
Geary, who was responsible for his election 
as chairman. Yet, LaBelle has not appeased 
Depke. If reelected, all three will probably 
seek the chairmanship. And there is 'no 
guarantee that LaBelle will retain his 
present office. One pro- LaBelle County 
Board member observed, "The Lake County- 
Board is in shambles." An anti-LaBelle Rep. 
contended, "He has no guts." This year. will 
determine .whether or not LaBelle will be 
known as "Jimmy the Whimp" or "James 
theStatesman." 



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Shimer College has an- 
nounced that it has awarded 
major scholarships to four 
students entering Shimer's 
weekend college in Sep- 
tember 1985. ■:■% 
^ThTlichoIarshi'p winners \ 
were chosen on the basis of 
their answers to the, 
question, "Is there a place 
for a classical education in a: 
high-tech society?" This 
scholarship essay com- 
petition is held annually by 
the college. . 

The first place winner, 
Margie K. SejbL-of Park 
City, will receive a one-year 
•5,000 full tuition scholarship 
to attend the weekend 
coUege^jwhlch meets at . . the 
Harrison Conference Center 
, in Lake Bluff. 

Dr. Don P., 'Mooii, 
president of Shimer College, 
--stated^that—additional 
scholarship and financial aid 
awards were still available 
for t he faU. 1985 semester. 

Thutiday, June 27, 1985 



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Each season we plan driving trips which 
Include extensive, roadwork. Driving is 
slower/but the compensations of being able 
to stop where, when and for a desired time, 
are insurmountable. Travelers usually have 
destinations, but the fun really begins as the 
car pulls from the curb at homc.if you let it 
"Daddy, when are we gonna get there?" is a 
question we no longer consider. Rather, it's 
"What's the next interesting place along (he 
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Our trip will begin with afternoon arrival 
at Cedar Point, the 364 acre amusement park 
in Sandusky, Ohio, on Lake Erie. Next step is 
Sparta, N t J., for a family get together, at the 
edge of the Pocono Mountains. After that, the 
Canadian side of Niagara's three great falls, 
which offers its perennial Honeymoon Cer- 
tificate to marriages of all ages. One never 
tires of the grandeur surrounding one of the 
world's great natural spectacles. -From - 
there, thru Canada to Greater Detroit They 
sold us on baseball last year, now we'll weigh ; 
other reasons for a visit to the country's fifth 
largest pdrtcityr^— — " ' ., ' . . '_' — — 

With the automobile industry churning out 
new vehicles again, Detroit is looking to sell' 
over 8.2 million domestically made cars this 
year. Gasoline prices are creeping up as they 
do .each summer, but may 'not retreat as 
before. Allowable lead content is scheduled 
jo dro p over a half g ra m per gallon on July 1. 



This will reduce the price difference between 
leaded and unleaded. It promises to raise 
, overall per gallon costs. - y ^ 

New travel vehicles appear occasionally to 
. challenge the curious and innovative. In 
Terre Haute, Ind., last weekend, a Hovefcm 
of the Hovercraft clan was held. These 
vehicles travel over land, water, ice, and any 
smooth surface capable of thrusting back. 
Pressured air directed groundward, by 
gasoline engines operating air. fans, and 

Eropellers. A strong folding skirt around the 
ottom of the boat-shaped hull, contains the 
air. As fan pressure raises the vehicle, 'the 
containing skirt drops to ground level and a 
bank of forced air supports vehicle and 
passengers about 12 inches above ground, 
water, ice or what ever. It literally floats on 
air. ~ 

Chris Fitzgerald, a lanky Australian, 
manufactures hover— craft kit for .home con- 
struction. He is president of the Hovercraft 
Club of America, About a thousand mem- 
bers, he says. .and growing.. much more 
popular in Europe but U.S. interest is ascen- 
ding. Hovercraft travel from 35 to 70 mph. 
Gusty and noisey, they are a. challenge, but 
safe. Excellent for water and ice rescues, the 
U.S. military also employ the craft for sup- 
ply, equipment and personnel transfer from 
boats to shore and return. 

Though this was a hoveree for area club, 
members; the big show is scheduled for 
Labor Day weekend in , Indianapolis. , 
European specialists will compete in several 
events. ; ; , - "•■:-,'. : :.-\^^.^-\: :■ ... 

-Next month, Bob Windt of Cordova, lit. Is 
going to try and shatter the existing 
M ississ i ppi River boa t record be twee ri N ew 
Orleans and St Louis. The 1,027 mile trip has 
.a boat record of 23 hours and_9 minutes. 
"Weather must be right with a full moon for 
night driving. We'll give it a try" Wlndt 
promised with a wistful smile. For in- 
formation, contact the Terre. Haute Visitor 
Bureau, Box 500, 47808 or (812) 234-5555. 



The two Boyne U.S.A1' Resorts in the nor- 
thwest quadrant of Michigan's lower penin- 
sula are bursting with excitement; 
especially Boyne Mountain golf/ski resort, 
two very substantial reasons for it 
-—-For openers, the Main Lodge and the 
Boynehof Lodge, have been completely 
renovated from top to bottom, including all 
the public areas. The hotel rooms have been 
doubled in size by combining two into one. 
The result: Deluxe suites complete with wet 
bars, luxurious lounges and bathrooms. "We 
created an entirely new hotel at Boyne Moiin-" 
tain," said Everett Kircher, president and 
founder. of the popular northern Michigan, 
resort duo, which includes Boyne Highlands 
golf /ski resort another 25 miles north' along 
Rte/ 131, Michigan. .^We simply gutted 
everything andrebuilt from the ground up in 



both buildings. Our previous guests won't 
recognize the rooms we've created." 

The second reason for all the excitement at 
Boyne Mountain is the opening of the front 
nine of the Monument golf course in mid- 
July. The back nine will be open for play, in 
late August or early September. 
...The Monument course has been more than 
three years in planning and building. Every 
possible amenity, convenience and esthetic 
consideration has been incorporated into the 
project 

"We will have island greens and double 
gleens.The course will offer panoramic 
views of Deer Lake, where the clubhouse and 
our condominium development can be seen. 
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Eugene Pritchard, president of Condell Memorial 
Hospital inLibertyvilterhasbeen appointed tothe^ 
board of directors of LiberJyville National Bank, 200 N. 
Milwaukee Aye., effective as of .the June board 
meeting. Pritchard has- been with Condell Memorial 
Hospital since 1975, assuming.the title of president in 
1977. Prior to this he was vice-president of Highland 
Park Hospital. In addition to his current, appointment, 
he serves on the boards of MMI Insurance Companies; 
The Chicago Hospital Council; United Way of Lake 
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Blue Suede Shoes in Park City has lost out on its chance to 
be a "location star" in the Dan Ackroyd-produced movie 

The location manager said although the Park City tavern is '■ 
great, it just didn't have Kigh enough ceilings to handle 

"Date Night" location manager Mike Malone said he 
visited Blue Suede Shoes and "loved if." "Joe Bortt (Blue 
Suede Shoes owner) was great and it was a great looking 
place, it really fit the bill, but for purely technical reasons, 
we just couldn't use it,'** he said. 

Instead of Blue Suede Shoes, Malone said they would shoot 
the tavern scenes at Carol's on Wells Street in Chicago. 

So. ends Lake County's chance at another location star. 
Malone said no other Lake County locations are being used in 
the movie. 

The tavern scenes still remain to be shot, Malone said. The 
crew has been filming the movie since mid-April, and hopes 
to wind up in another month. CJ 



Dr. Robert V. Moriarty 
has' 'been appointed 
president of • the Fores^In- 
stitute ol Professional P- 
sychology in DesPlaines. A 
fully-accredited graduate 
school, the Forest Institute 
or Professional Psychology 
awards degrees of Doctor of 
Psychotogy__(Psy.D.) in 
clinical psychology and 
master of art in psychology. 
Part of Forest Health 
Systems, the institute is 
affiliated with Forest 
Hospital in Dcs Plaines and 
Lovellton Chemical 



Harper- College:, and the 
College of St. Francis: He ■ 
received his master's and 
doctorate degrees;: from 
Northern IllinoisUniversity, 
Dr. Moriarty lives in 
Wildw'ood, with his wife 
Karen, also jx registered 
psychologist,' who is 
assistant superintendent for 
Personnel for High ' School 
Dist. 230 in Palos Hills. , 



Purchases Land 



Chaps, Ltd., jyndica tors, and buyers of medical buildings, _' 
purchased one acre of vacant land in the Butterfield Com- 
mons Development in Vernon Hills, to erect a medical 
building on the 40,000 square foot parcel located at the nor-, 
theast corner of Rte. 45and Butterfield Rd. Completion and 
occupancy are scheduled for next spring. 



Dependency Treatment 
Center in Elgin. 

A registered psychologist, 
Dr. MoHarty has served: as 
president of Morton College 
in Cicero; for the last five 
years. He was Dean of the 
Collegejor the previous five 
years. Before joining 
Morton, Dr. Moriarty was 
administrator and assistant 
professor at Harper College 
in Palatine. ' 

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former Golden -Bear 
Restaurants. The restauran- 
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tgomery Ward, were part of 
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recently purchased by Pizza 
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Walter A. Kroll, president of North Shore Savings and Loan 
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was recorded by the Century 
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for the first five months of 
1985, according to figures 
released by David Arts, vice 
president of finance for Cen- 
tury 21 Real Estate Cor- 
poration of Northern Illinois. 
Total sales dollars are 
•1.053.266.819 through May 
1985, up 11 percent over the 
same period in 1984. 

"Total sates dollars. lor 
May 198S were *244,794.584, 
an increase of 20 2 percent 



over May of last year," Arts 
sald._"The Jrue significance 
of these figures can only.be 
realized when you consider 
thai last year was a record- 
breaking year for Century 
21," he noted. 

The number of properties 
also showed a substantial 
gain with 3,391 properties 
sold in May 1985, a 17.3 per- 
cent increase over May of 
1984. The number of proper- 
ties sold for the year through 
May 1985 totaled 14.717, a 9.5 
percent increase over, the 
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/Memorial Hospital 

kegan has announced 

lowing: Judy Gentry, 

\ has - been named 

at -director of Co'm- 

titreach, Lake Villa 

M by the hospital 
years* she now is 

it.- the new Victory 
ltreach Office, 121 

I Ave., Lake Villa. 

i planning to build a 
skilled . nursing 
Lake Villa. Com- 
expected by sum- 

J. Bates, CSW, 

been the new 

the . hospital's 

ice department 

ii; Most recently , 

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le designed, 

implemented 

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tfhe First NationsBank of 
. Waukegan has opened a full- 
service temporary office at 
Rte. 41 and Delany Rd. in 
Gumee. 

Participating in the 
traditional ribbon-cutting 
ceremony : were Mayors 
Robert Sabonjian . of 
Waukegan and Dick Welton 
of Gurnee. 

Construction will soon 
begin on a permanent office* 
and drive-up banking center. 

The expansion into Gurnee 
is the bank's first office out- 
side of downtown Waukegan. 
Gurnee was . selected 
because it puts the bank at 
the threshold of Lake Coun- 
ty's growing business' and 
residential area. 



^dreds 



Barbara Bates 



In addition to serving hun- 
of present and new. 
customers,.., in. western 
Waukegan and Gurnee,. the 
bank anticipates t his new of-" 
f ice will be a springboard to 
serving increasing numbers 
of personaT and business 
banking . customers 
throughout the county. 



(Second of two articles on mortgage 
refinancing.) ■ j* 

. The 1.5 million Americans' who Jiold mor- 
tgages with rates 15 percent or higher are 
candidates for refinancing. -, ; 

However, many of these homeowners are 
wondering about the costs involved with 
refinancing and if rates, are low enough today 
to make it pay. 

. ''Refinancing usually makes, economic, 
sense if the homeowner plans on staying in. 
the house for at least three years and is able 
to reduce the mortgage interest rate at least 
two percentage points," said Warren Lasko, 
executive Vice President of the Mortgage 
Bankers Association of America (MBA). 

"If the homeowner, has an adjustable rate 
mortgage, he should consider what the ex- 
pected rate on the ARM will be several years 
hence when compared to fixed rate mor- 
tgages today," he said. 

However, refinancing isn't cheap. There 
are a number of transaction costs that 
homeowners should be aware of when 
judging the value of refinancing. 

Because the primary, purpose of re finan- 
ctng a home loan is to reduce monthly 
payments, the cash savings on interest 
payments must be greater than the tran- 
saction costs of the refinance. i . 



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fresh credit applications and credit checks. 
Credit reports today cost about $20 to $40. 
The. credit report may be waived if the 
borrower refinances at the same lending in- 
stitution used to finance the original mor- 
tgage. 

•BANK ATTORNEY'S REVIEW FEES: If 

you do hot have your own real estate lawyer, 
the bank will assign one to handle the 
closingon the new loan. The bank's attorneys 
will often charge as much as 0.5 percent of 
the loan amount A borrower would probably 
do better with his own attorney. 
-•POINTS. A one-time charge, usually 
called an origination fee, is assessed by the 
lender when the mortgage is closed. The fee 
generally ranges between one and three per- 
cent of thejoan amount. 

A lending institution may also charge 
additional points (discount points) in order to 
bring the. yield on the mortgage up to the 
yield on other types of competitive in- 
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jgo area during 

other source, 

a survey un-' 

Baird, & War- 

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. referrals and 

itomers comprise 

it source of home 

ness," said Robert 

Hers, senior vice 

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il manager of the 

^year-old company, 
i area's leading full- 
Be real estate 
itions with 31 city 
in sales offices, 
more than $662 
in residential sales 
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ferrals and recom- 

jit ions, along with per- 
[contacts, proved to be 
[times as effective in^ 
. homes_as Tor Sale' 
and newspaper ad- 
ling last year," Walters 

analysis of .the 6,029 
lential transactions 
grated by 500 sales s taf- 
ia Balrd k' Warner's- 
offices in 1984 showed 
: 65 percent of buyers and 
ercent of sellers chose 
company for aid in 
ring or selling a home 
:ause of a personal 
[quajntance with a . 
lesperson or because of a 
ferral from a friend or 
(other broker, 
•roperty ; signs, ad-- 
srtisements and other 
ro motional methods , at- 
icted 35 percent of the 
iyers and 18 percent of 'the 
jllers for the same 12 man- 

Walters noted A that a 
professional '■':'• salesperson 
vho has community ties and 
cultivates good relationships 
vith. former, clients; and. 
[assoclates generated almost 
[four buyers and nearly 50 
[sellers^ for : eyery^orie ^at- 
tracted by posting 'a "For 



Sale'- sign or by running 
some type of ad.. " 

A closer look showed that 
results indicate that 47 per- 
cent of buyers and 61 percent 
of sellers engaged Baird & 
Warner in 1984 because they 
were former- clients— per-- 
sonal friends of a salesper- 
son; "or consulted, a 
professional on the basis of a 
referral by a former client or 
friend.. 

Another 17 percent of 
buyers and 21 . percent of 
sellers were referred largely 
by salespeople in other of- 
fices, by the company's local 
referral service, by out-of- 
town real estate brokers 
through Baird & Warner's 
affiliation with Equl-Nel, a 
national referral and 
relocation network, or by 
company staff oth er than 
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Some 17 percent of buyers 
and 3 percent oy sellers said 
they chose Baird & Warner 
to represent them because of 
classified or display ad- 
vertising or property signs. 
And 19 percent of the buyers 
and 15 percent of the sellers - 
used the real estate 
organization as a result of 
promotional activities, such 
as publicity or open houses. 

"Our statistics show that 
one-to-one communication is 
a major asset in . real 
estate," Walters noted, con- 
cluding: "It's that personal 
contact that sell homes." 



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analysts, real estate devetppers and daily 
newspapers throughout Ihs nation for the 
past 10 years: Readers are Invited to sub- 
mit comments andquestjons for possible 
use as subjects for future columns. Write 
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A study by the federal government shows 
Jthe^na.tional_ayeragejwtjoiLrefinancing.a: 
typical home is 2.48 percent of the out-. 
standing loan principal. This equates to costs 
iof about $2,000 or more. 

Mortgage experts list below the most com-: 
mon fees charged when refinancing a home: 

•TITLE SEARCH.- This is the cost of 
examining public records to confirm owner- 
ship of the real estate. Fees usually range 
from about to 150, a nd of ten are negotiate. 
•TITLE INSURANCE. This policy protec- 
ts the homeowner from undiscovered owner- 
ship claims to the property. Usually issued 
by the title insurance, company, the policy 
will cover any loss' due to claims arising out 
of any discrepancies or mistakes made 
during the search. Cost: about $400. 
v 'CREDIT REPORT. If you refinance 
^through any lender other than the one who 
gave you the first mortgage, you will need 



Points are tax deductible. In some cases, a " 
lender will waive or reduce points if a 

- borrower is a good customer— ! - — 

•REAPPRAISAL FEE. Usually costing 
$75 to $150, the appraisal establishes the 
market value, of the house and thus the limits _ 
of what can be borrowed against the house. - 
•PREPAYMENT PENALTY. Many mor- 
tgages have a prepayment penalty. This. 
means, that the borrower is responsible for 
"payinga cash penally for paying offthemor- 
tgage early. Usually prepayment panalties 
apply only for the first five to seven years of 
a mortgage. About half the states In the U.S. 
prohibit or restrict prepayment penalties in 
some way. For example,, in Illinois 
prepayment penalties are unenforceable for 
mortgages witti interest rates in excess of B.5 
percent. Al though the pra c tice of. charging 
money for early repayment of an old mor- 
tgage varies from state- to-state, the usual 
calling for the penalty in 1 percent to 2 
percent of the outstanding principal. 

Prepay m en t penal ties are forbidden on all 
Federal Housing Administration-insured and 
Veterans Administration-guaranteed loans. 
In addition, there are otter, closing costs, 
~such _ asndociiment _ preparatioii"fees _ ($50), . 
notary fees ($3), recording fees ($20). and 
recording taxes ($50-350). > * 

Before you refinance, it's a good idea to 
compute how long will it take to recoup these 
expenses, Figure out what you could have 
earned over the same period of time if the 
cash used for closing costs had been invested 
elsewhere. 

THE WEEK AT A GLANCE; Nationwide, 
the average interest rates on conventional 
30 year mortgages with 20 percent down 
payments declined slightly to 12.10 percent 
from 12.27 percent a week earlier. The prime 
rate fell last week to 9.50 percent 

This week, 36-month new car loans 
averaged 13.76 percent at financial in- 
stitutions across the country, while-rates_on_ 
48-month auto loans averaged 13.37 percent. 



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by CHARLENE WHITNEY 

Ed Kymut, of Wauconda, has a favorite . 
hobby and business that deals with all kinds 
of birds. He has turkeys, chickens, five dif- 
ferent ktnds,of geese and fourteen kinds of 

ducks. 

All of these birds must be raised so dif- 
ferently. As I talked with this interesting 
man, I could tell that he knew just what bird 
needed what; along with all their types of 
handling,- food," habitat and virtually 
everything else about them. 

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hatch and somebuy the birds forimeat 
Rymut. will only sell a limited number of bir- 
ds for pets as many end up in the animal 

shelter. •*•-,. 

He says about 6,000 birds hatch each week 
and that one incubator will hatch 3,000 eggs. 
However, if it is not Bet up just right and wat- 
ched, the birds could be crippled. 

Geese will have between 35 to 40 eggs in a 
season. This starts about the end of February 
and ends in mid-June. 



Kory Artelt. of the Gurnee Americon Legion Indians, fakes a big cut of a pitch 
during Shoreline Baseball League play at Gurnee. The Indians lost to the Zion Dill 
Brothers by a score of 11 -6 in the game and have yet to win a game. They are tied, 
for last place in the league with Highland Park with an 0-5 record .-^Photp by 
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The man in charge of put- 
ting together the Pine 
Meadow Golf Course in Mun- 
delein has high -aspirations 
that it can be one of the bet- 
ter public courses around. 

Frank Jemsek, who is 
working on getting the cour- 
se open by August l, hopes 
that the weather conditions 
will help with his goal. They 
have not cooperated so far as 
the original target date to 
open was in the spring. Once 
it Is open, Jemsek, the 
president of the Jemsek Cor- 
poration, said that it should 
do well. 

"We think we'll have one 
"Of the best (public courses) 
anywhere," he said. 

One of the advantages of 
the course is the large space 
of property and the many 
trees, Jemsek explained. He 
said one of the assets will be 
a practice facility which will 
have a grass tee the size of a 
football field and four target 
greens. Also, there is room 
for another practice tee that 
would be twice the size of the 
first practice tee, he added. 

The course is being 
redesigned into a public 
course, complete with prac- 
tice ranges. 

"We could use nice, gentle 
rain, which would help us out 
a lot," Jemsek said. "Were 
trying to get grass to Till in 



and spots are being 
reseeoeo. 

The 18-hole course was 
built in 1929 by William 
Elynn, who also built Cherry 
Hill, the 1985 PGA Cham- 
pionship couse in Bedford, 
Colo, and redesigned the 
Shinney Cog Hill Course, the 
place of the 1986 PGA Cham- 
pionships in Long Island, 
NY. 

In the past, the course has 
been used only rarely in 
recent years by seminary 
faculty, students and 

graduates. 
The course will be a par 72 

or 71, depending on one hole 

and whether it will be a par 4 

orparS. 
Jemsek said that the 

redesigning of the course 

"was not that much work" 



becuse of the original quality 
design. 

Other work to be done on 
the course is the plumbing 
and electricity in the 
clubhouse. 

White silica sand was just 
unloaded at the site the week 
of June 10. 

Jemsek, whose family has 
developed well-known cham- 
pion level public golf courses 



throughout the state, said he 
hopes to have the Golf Digest 
magazine hold a school at 
the course like the one at Cog 
Hillr - 
Although the course is not 



yet in operation, the plans 
for the operation are set. 

The measurement of the 
tees are: short tees, 5,162 
yards; - medium -tees, - 6,161— 
yards; blue lees, 6.B53 yards 
and championship tees are 
7,105 yards. 

To maintain a smooth flow 
of people on the course, a 
system has been established, 
called the "Keep Pace 
Policy." 

Loffredo 
Replaces 

Sigtto 

Fred Loffredo will serve 
as the . new head football 
coach at Wauconda High 
School. Loffredo, the' 
school's guidance director, 
will take the place of Len 
Sialta who resigned from the 
post earlier in the year. 

Officials at Wauconda 
High also announced that, 
they are looking for more 
assistant coaches for 

Bulldog football. 

In related news, officials 
_at_Mundelein_High_SchooL 
have announced that there is 
an opening for the position of 
head wrestling coach. Don 
Miller, the Mustang's 
previous coach resigned at 
the end of the past seasoi 



Rymut started breeding birds in a* hat- 
chery about nine years ago in Fort Atkinson, 
Wis. Just 60 miles away. He still has most of 
his birds up there but does bring some of the 
young ones back to his home in Wauconda to 

sell. \_ •'._■ ;__._ 

Many of hls.BhKfa and/oiLeggs aresoULto 
schools for the science classes and the 
children watch theni hatch. 

People in the area also buy ducks for their 
ponds. Some people buy eggs, to have them 



Ducks will have about 150 babies a season, 
beginning in February and ending in July. 
This comes to nearly one a day. On the other 
hand, turkeys lay about 90 eggs a season, 
from February to August. - — .. 
— This can all add up to a lot of birds. 
Chickens have them all year long. So, to feed 
-them all, 90 acres are used to raise grain and 
10 acres are used to house the birds. . ' ■- 
In the fall, all the birds are sold except the 
breeders. In January, the work starts again 
of making; sure that each kind and each 
breed is put in their own places, 
: In talking with, this man, it is plain that 
Rymut not only knows his birds and his 
business but that he loves working with these 
beautiful animals. Anyone who is interested, 
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- nicer with a. few ducks or maybe you just 
have a questions about birds. This is the man 
who has the answers. 



Name Finalists For 
S pec i a I Recreation 



Finalists for the 1985 
National Gold Medal and 
Special Recreation Awards 
programs were announced 
by The Sports Foundation, 
Inic. 



Parks Association (NRPA). 
The Grand Award winner 
will be selected based upon 
improvement, service,, con- 
tinuing development, extent 
of future, planning and 
degree of participant „ in- 
volvement and acceptance 
by the community. The win- 
ner will be announced and 
honored at the NRPA 
Congress to be held in Oc- 



tlvities 

children 

special 



Northern Illinois Special 
Recreational Association 
(NISRA) has been chosen as 
one of four finalists in the 
area of Special Recreation 
for the handicapped. '_ The_Joberin Dallas. Texas, 
other three communities are 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 
Recreation Department; 
Arlington, Va., Recreation 
Division; and Special Olym- 
pics and Recreation of 
Bloomington, 111. — 



This award is presented 
annually to a community 
within the United States for 
excellence in park and 



Northern Illinois Special 
Recreational. Association 
(NISRA) is an extension or 
the following: Barington 
Park District, Cary Park 
District, Crystal Lake Park 
District, City of Harvard, 
Marengo Park District, 
Wauconda Park District and 
the City of Woodstock. 



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and for outstanding service 
to the handicapped, in 
cooperation with the 
National Sporting Goods 
Association (NSGA) and the 
National Recreation and 



are provided for 
.and- adults with 
needs. NISRA 
currently offers over 300 dif- 
ferent programs throughout 
the year. 

NISRA was nominated for 
the national award by Art 
Jordan of All American 
Sports center in .Crystal 
Lake. Once nominated an 
application had to be sub- 
mitted _by^ NISRA Ap-. 

plications were reviewed by 
a national board of judges. 
Four applicants were chosen 
to be; national finalists. 
NISRA now has until July 
8th to submit a slide-tape 
show. The following in- 
dividuals are serving on the 
slide program committee: 
Bill Laskey, Sue Furey, 
Caroline Kelling, Bill 
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of the Bristol 

Junior Championship 

iurnamentare: 

[Division: 123, Connie 

; Central; 124,, Lynn 

Central and lie,' 

teller, Central. . , • 

fear Old Division: 

[Sheen, Wtlmot; 77, 

|er,Cudahy;79,Jeff 

^Ikhorn; 80, Guy 

ricside; 80, Charlie 

lerlick; . 84, Jeff- 

i; Elkhorn; 87, Lee 

Gateway; 88, Tom 

», Pjuki 88, Earl 

atral;V88, Brad 

llmotp 89,- Mike 

jftloch; 91, Matt 

~\ 91,- Mark 

entral;, 94, Pat 

aper; 106, Scott 

pal and Dave 

- |oid Division: 
1, Park; 78, 
^iv r^Antioch; 78, 
j Tremper; 79, r 
Milton; 81, 
^heckir~~Str~ 
15, Mark 
ding ton; 86, 
il; 86, Dave 
.;': 86, Jeff 
Pat Pedo, 
Christian- 
rt Kramer, 
;. 9i; Pete 
:; 91, Steve 
Idford; -92, 
'ark; 93, Jeff. 
itral; 94,^ Todd 
itral; 96, Larry,. 
iper; 98, Gan- 
ltral; .101, Bruce 
i; 104, Jon Gold* . 
rUck; 106, Dave ( 
loch and 107, Erik 
iper. 




IS Year Old Division: 80, 
Troy . Reynolds, ^Union 
Grove; 86, Noel Zim- 
merman, Badger; 87, Andy 
Vegter, Delavan; 91, Todd 
WUks, Union Grove; 93, John 
Berstead; 97, Greg Smith, 
Wilmot; 102, Keith Stan- 
wyck, Central; 104, Chris 
Tennyson, Zion; 100, Nate 
Zimmerman, Badger; 113, 

/Mike v Wisnefski, Central; 

JL18,--Matt Stoesser, Central 
an<j 120, Randy Norris, Zion. 

14-Under Division: 84, 
Chris Neiger, Delavan; '87, 
John Staehler, Case; 88, An- 
dy Adamson, St. Josephs; 92, 
Scott Frasch, Antioch; 94, 
Jerry Smessaert, Tosa East; 
-95, .Joe Dahlstrom, 
Burlington; 98, Dan Kramer, 
Union Grove; 101, Chad Nic- 
pon, Faith Lutheran; 101, 
Chris Kalberg, St. Josephs; 
102, Damon Holt, Central; 
104, Mike Guske, Badger; 
123, Brian Hackeloer, Salem 
Grade and 126, JTony Cat-_ 
telino.McKihieyJr. 

, Don Sheen; ' playing for 
Edison Junior College, cap- 
tured the Bristol Oaks Junior 
Championship. Sheen played 
the' front nine two over par 
and the back nine even. < 
- Sheen had birdies on the' 
par 4-3rd, and the par 4- 17th. 
His only bogeys came on the 
par 3-6th, ; par 3-Bth, par 4-9th 
and the par 3- 13th. 

~ HisTTclosesn competition" 
came, from Joe Stadler of 
Cudahy, a former champion 
who shot a 77, but Stadler 
was really out of it when he 
tallied a 41 on the front which 
he combined with an even 



par 36 on the back, 
j The 16-year-old division 
ended in a three way tie at 
78. Mike Weipert of Tremper 
was the leader; after nine 
holes with a one over 37, but 
he skied to a 41 on the back 
and allowed Don Adams of 
Antioch, who fired the only 
sub-par nine, a 35, on the 
back to pull even. 

Eric Slaasted of Park com- 
bined nines of 40 and 38; to 
also tie for the lead. Slaasted 
and Adams survived the first 
hole of sudden-death and 
then Slaasted eliminated 
Adams on the second hole to 
take the title. 

„ Troy McReynolds of Union 
Grove shot nines of 39-41 to 
win by six shots over Noel 
Zimmerman of Badger. He 
became the 15-year-old 
champion. 

Li 7 Chris Neiger of- Delavan 
had nines of 42-42 to win the 
14 and under division. His 
closes t ' com petition came 
from' John Staehler of Case 
(87) and Andy Adamson of 
SL Joseph's (88). 

Connie Leach of Central 
edged two of her teammates 
in a close girs's competition; 
Lynn Ludas lei) after nine 
holes with a 59. After the 11th 
hole Shawn Keller bad a two 

/shot lead which she held un- 
til through the 1 5th when 
Ludas recaptured the lead 

rby two shots. Standing on the- 
17th tee Leach was five shots 
behind Ludas "and three 

. behind Keller, but her six on 
the 17th and her seven on 18 

' proved to be enough to pass . 
her faltering opponents. .■•■' 



by CELESTE PREGRACKE 
USPTA 

The two-handed backhand is like a security 
blanket for some, For others it is a powerful 
weapfihr 

jf suggest trying a one-handed backhand 

first. I have found that it takes most players 

a little longer to learn this way ', but if you 

have the sterength then go with it. - ---— =~7~ 

■•; The two-handed will help you if you have a 



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weak grip or if you lack arm strength ., You 
can keep two hands on the racket from the 
start of the swing to its completion or you can 
drop the extra hand anywhere along the way. 
Remember that despite two hands, nothing 
else changes. You still change your grip, 
take" the racket back, lean, rotate the upper 
' .body and follow through high. 

TennisTips 

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You must be aware that while the two han- 
ds give you strength it will also make you 
vulnerable. ' 

The greatest vulnerability lies with wide 
balls. Wide balls mean that' you must be 
faster to get there and still hit with two hands 
or you must be able to reach and /still get 
strength off one hand. 

; You must be quick on your feet to pull 
away from balls hit at you and still be able to 
drive with two hands, otherwise your return 
will be weak. 




"For serious prep basket- 
ball players, . summer is no 
vacation. 

. That's the time to sharpen , 
skills and gain experience in 
camps and summer leagues. 

Besides attending \ - local 
camps where available and 



There is only one referee for 
each of the sue games played 
in two gyms Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday 
evenings. 

Games develop a fast pace 
with a wide-open st yle per- 




participating in live-in cam- 
ps sponsored by colleges and 
universities, approximately 
200 high school players from 
sophomore through varsity ' 
level are taking part in the 
Stevenson High School Sum- 
mer BasketbaH League. .._ 



mitted. 
Coaches regard the 

league, and others like it, as 
an excellent opportunity for " 
players to improve and test 
themselves -against players 
from schools they won't face 
:iin regular season play:' " r : " 



r National Title 



i.O'SHEA 

t of nine Mundelein 

rtween the ages of 

will be trying to 

! gap between park 

[play and a national 

it when it enters 

•USA Junior Olynv 

jlleyhall Meet this 

ip calls itself The 

/ered-thewboyB- 

in the Mundeleln 

)ist. men's and "coed 

during the winter 

they were the 

age for the tour* 

ft," said System head 

'nil Mazur. . 

I them If they were 
ited . (tn the na tional 
iment) and they wan- 
jo for it, - he sa id . — — 
has' directed the 
[for four weeks, helping 
get . organized and . 
them the correct 
[of playing voUeyballrK- 
Jeyball is an organized 
I in high school, but only, 
rls. It is taught in 
teal education and some 
of the team did 
(Intramural volleyball in 
[school. ^ * ';■■ -.MM 
team members, all ' 
Mundelein, are' Terry j 
Sam, Ford, Fred ; 
lder, Chris Klein, Ken 
"Mike Lucas.^JPetor 
Lee Rumpel and 

Tonkery;Five;ol Xbei 
|ths.are 19 years old, one 
and three are . 17 years 



Mazur commented that 
The System has been playing 
area all-star teams in prac- 
tice for the tournament. The 
12th annual National AAU- 
USA Junior Olympics 
Volleyball Championships 
will take place at Illinois 
Benedictine College in Lisle 
beginning Saturday, June 29 
and ending Tuesday, July 2. 
It is the world's largest 

junior-— volleyball tour-^ 

nament 

The System will be one of 
220 teams competing in four 
different age groups for boys 
and girls. They will be in the 
senior' division and would 
need to defeat 20 teams to 
win the national cham- 
pionship, Mazur said. 

Scott Gaylor of Ingleside b 
■the-assistant-coach- of-the- 
Mundelein team. The 
System is sponsored by Nor- 
th Shore Realty, The Frigate 
of Ingleside, Thomas Prin- 



ting and Bill's Pizza and 
Pub. 

Mazur, a real estate 
broker from Llbertyville, 
has been a part of the Junior 
Olympics program .as a 
member and as chairman of 
the All- American Selection 
committee since 1977; He 
was recently given the 1984 
AAU National Coordinators 
Award for . his continued 
leadership and support of 
AAU-USA Junior Olympics 
volleyball. In 1982 he was 
given the AAU Certificate or. 
Achievement. 



South Wins 

Barry-South of- Round 
Lake Beach took first pl ace 
in a race at WUmot Speed- 
way on June 21. South won ; 
the 15-Iap feature in the _ 
spectator stock car division. 



Lakeland area schools in- 
volved include Warren, Car- 

mel and Lake Zurich. 

. Other schools are New 
Trier, Lake Forest, 
Wheeling, Zion. Deerfleld, 
Barrington and the host 
school. 

Players are oh their own 
because coaching is 
prohibited. Games are 
played with a "running 
.clock" with only one time out 
permitted per half, Players 
are permitted to substitute 
themselves after a basket is 
made. Both baskets and free 
throws are worth a point 
^ch^- ^__ 

Stevenson High School 
coaches serve as referees. 




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GROUP OBEDIENCE CLASSES 
NOW FORMING 




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In observance of Fouth of July, there will be no 
business transacted on Thursday, July 4th. 
Regular hours will resume Friday, July 5th. 

Have A Happy And Sate: Holiday 

Remember our Automatic Teller Machine is open 
24 hpurs a day 7 days a week for your convenience 




FIFTY FIVE EAST GRAND AVENUE • FOX LAKE, ILLINOIS^; 

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PUBLIC NOTICI OFPROPOSED KIDOIT HEARING OP ..;!..:■ 
PJVENUI SHARING FUNDS FOR THI VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKI 

~" PLEASf TAKE NOTICE that on July 9,-1965, at 7:30 P.M., at a Spatially Scheduled 
Meeting of the Village Board oHho-Vllloge of -Round -Lake.- llllnblsrdt-322 Railroad 
.Avenue. Round Laka, Illinois 60073. the Village Board shall consider how the Revenue 
Sharing Funds (Entitlement Funds) are to be used and tha adoption of a budget (Ap- 
propriation Ordinance), for the fiscal year beginning May 1, ,1985 and an ding April 30, 

10AA " ").*"" " — _ '■' •"■-. " '• :J ' - ' '-'■' '■ 

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE' that the proposed budget ond proposed, use of 

Revenue Sharing Funds (Entitlement Funds) Is as follows: . . ~ v 



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Total Amount of 



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Administration 
Boards ft Commission 
Streets, Alleys ond Sidewalks 
Sewer ft Water Dept. 
PolkeDept. 

Building it Grounds -:'-'■ 

Bridge ■ Streets 
Revenue Bonds 
. General Obligation Bonds 
Auditing of Vllloge Books 
Garboge Collection 
Illinois Municipal Retirement & F.t.CA. 
Installment Contracts 



.227,400.00 

3,600.00 

609.500.00 

381,000.00 

366,500.00 

611,500.00 

141.000.00 

28.000.00 

33,000.00 

3,000.00 

35,000.00 

50.000.00 

350,000.00 



Proposed Use of 

> Revenue Shoring 

Fund (Entitlement 

Funds) 

- 2,770.00 



10.000.00 
10,000.00 



7,400.00 



PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE thai citizens shall have the opportunity to make 
written and oral comments on the allocation of Revenue Sharing Funds (Entitlement 
Funds), and ask questions about the overall budget and the relationship of Revenue 
Sharing Funds (Entitlement Funds) to the budget (appropriations). 

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a summary of the entire budget (appropriations) 

for the Village of Round Lake Including Revenue Sharing for the fiscal year beginning 

May 1. 1985 and ending April 30,1986 is available for public' Inspection prior to Its 

-adoption at the Village Hall aforesaid ond at the Round Loke Public Library. Senior 

dttzensand handicapped are urged to attend. ^ 

Published by order of the Village Board of the Village of Round Lake, Illinois. . 

Juanita Lambert, 
.'.-'*■:■- Vllloge Clerk • 
VI Noge of Round Lake 

PUBLISHED ON: Juno 27. 1985 : 

June 27. 1985 . 
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WISURN LAKE COUNTY FILM COOP 
RE: BUDOFT HEARING 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Governing Board of 
the Western Lake County Film Cooperative' Joint 
Agreement, In the County of Loke, State of Illinois, that 
the Tentative Budget, for said Joint Agreement for the 
fiscal year July I,. 1985 will be on file and conveniently 
available for public inspection at 25775 W. Highway 134, 
Ingleslde, Illinois 60041 withfrrthe boundaries of this Joint 
Agreement from and after 9:00 A.M. on the 6th day of 
Juty.-19B5. ' 

—Notice Is further hereby given that o public hearing on 
said budget will be held at 9:30 o'clock A.M. on the I9lh 
day of August, 1985 at 25775 W. Highway 134. Ingleslde, 
Illinois within the boundaries of this Joint Agreement. 

Robert H.Beln, 
Director 

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NOTICI OF PUBLIC HEARING 
BEFORE THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS OF 
■ THIVIUAOIOPWADSWOfrTN 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals 
will conduct a public hearing on the Petition of ZION 
STATE BANK and TRUST COMPANYTTruitNoT 689 "doted 
May IB. 1976 and JOSEPH F.JDeMARCO. requesting _thaj_ 
the following described property' be" zoned SR (Single. 
Family Residential) of the Village ol Wodsworth, lo-wlt: 
All that port of the Northeast Quarter- of the ' 
Northeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 46 
North, Range 11, East of the 3rd P.M.. lying 
Westerly of the center line of Skokle Highway 
(except the South 671 .4 feet thereof measured on 
the West line). In Lake County, Illinois. 

The hearing will be conduded July 11. 1985 at 7:30 P.M. . 
in the main meeting room of the Newport Fire Protection 
District Station Building on Wodsworth Rood In the Village 
of Wodsworth. The public is invited to attend. 1 

Vllloge of Wadsworth 

Zoning Board of Appeals, 

Gilbert Bennett, 

Chairman 

June 27, 1985 

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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVCN 
To the legal voters, residents Of the Town of .Warren 
RoodDistrict in the County of Lake ond tho State_of_ 
Illinois, that a SPEICAL TOWN MEETING of said Town has 
been cancelled for July 2. 1985 at the hour of 7:00 P.M. at 
Warren Township Center, 17801 W. Washington Street, 
Gurnee, Illinois 60031. The purpose of said meeting Is as 
follows: Revise the Single Township Road District Budget 
and Appropriation Ordinance for. 1985. 1986 for insurance 
purposes. 

Joseph J. Doda, 

Town Clerk of Warren 

6/27/85 

" June 27/1985 

685D-197-WN 



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CONTRACTORS INVITATION FOR BIDS — 
WARREN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 
[ GURNEE, ILLINOIS ^ 

School Dlstrjct 121 is now accepting separate bids (or 
demolition and related work at Warren Township High 
School. Sealed bids for these items wjll be received until 
3:00 P.M. an July 12. 1985 at the place of bid openlrig, 500 
North O'Plaine Road; Module No. 2. Gurnee, Illinois 
60031, Attontion: Business Manager, then publicly 
opened. . ^_ . . _. ._ 

Drawing specifications and bid documents will, be 
available for distribution to qualified bidders only 
through the office of Turner Construction Company, 55 
West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603. Attention.-; 
B.I. Sloan, Purchasing Agent, (312) 558-7600. . 

Specifications and drawings will be made available for 
inspection by any Interested contractor or material firm 
at Turner's office at the address stated above and at the 
following location: The office of O'Donhell. Wicklund & 
Pigozzl Architects inc.. 3239 Arnold Lane, Northbrook, 
Illinois 60062. 

-June 27. 1985 
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ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME. OF BUSINESS: Off 
Broadway Hair Designs ■- --- 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
4949 Grand Ave, Gurnee, 
IL 60031, Suite 5a 
NAME(S) AND-. POST 
OFFICE OR - RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
.PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Voula Katres, 14070 Gent 

-Dr:7Wod'sWo71h7ir60De3 — 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LA KE.es 
".■ This is to certify that the 
undersigned & Infend(s) to 
conduct tha above named 
business •' from the 
location(s) Indicated and' 
that the true or. real full 
name(s) of the person (») 

-ownlng.^conductlng— or— 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown; — "~^~ 
Voula Katres, .'' 
6/20/85 

STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before 
me by the pOrson(s) In- 
tending to conduct the 
business this 20th day of 
June, 1985. 
, . , ' Kerry M. Schroeder, 
Deputy County Clerk 
RECEIVED: June 20, 1985 
Linda lanuzl Hess, : - -■ 
Loke County Clerk . 

June 27, 

July 4, and 11. 1985 
685D-189-GP 



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ST ATI OF IUINOIS. 

COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE ItTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKH COUNTY . 
WAUKEOAN, IUINOIS.- - 
Mortgoge Associates', Inc., 

t Plaintiff. 

_. - vs._ -. 

Donald F. Burnett, Joann 
P. Burnett, AND 
UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Defendants. 

NO.7 82CH1002 - 7" 

Sheriff's No.: None 

_ NOTICI OF 

SHIRIFFS5ALE 
NOTICE IS, HEREBY 



RESOLUTION 1 MS 

r-^WHEREASrJtha Sldto' of Illinois has enoeled/An. Act 
regulating wages of laborers, mechanics and other' 
^ warkmen-employed 1 ln:any j public- workt: by-tha-Stater- 
County, City, or any public- body, or any political sub- . 
division or by any one under contract for public works." 
approved June 26, 1 941 as amended, being Section 39s-1 
through 39s-12. Chapter 48, Illinois Revised Statutes , 1973 
and. ; ■•' "'■-■ ■■■■'■• '-■'"' ■ • !>-. ■ 

WHEREAS, t ho of p resold Act requi r es thatlhe Board of 
Trustees of"the~VHlage of Grays laka investigate antf 
ascertain the prevailing rale of woges as defined in sold 
Village of Gray stake employed In performing con- 
struction of a public works for said Village of Grayslake 
exclusive of maintenance work. 
-NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT 
AND BOARD ;■ OF * TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF 
GRAYSLAKE, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINIOS: 

SECTION ll To the extent and as required by "AN ACT 
regulating wages of laborers; mechanics and other - 
workmen employed In any public works by the. State, 
County, City of any public body or any political sub- 
division or by any one under; contract for public' work*, ,; 
"approved June 26,.'. 1941; as amended the general 
prevailing rote of woges in this locality for labororos, 
mechanics and other workmen engaged (n the con- 
struction of public works coming under the jurisdiction of 
this' Vllloge is hereby ascertained to be the same as the 
prevailing rate of woges for construction work In: Lake 
County area as determined by the Department of Labor of - 
the State of Illinois as of June,. 1985 a copy of. that 
determination being • attached hereto and incorporated- 
herein by. reference. The definition. of any terms ap- 
pearing In this'' resolution,, which are also used . in the 
." aforesaid Act shall be the same as In laid Act. - 

SECTION t. Nothing herein -contained shall be con- 
strued to apply said general prevailing rate of wages as 
herein ascertained to any work or employment except 
public works- construction of this. Village to tha extent . 
required by the aforesaid Act. : 

UCTlON 3. The Village Clerk shall publicly post or 
keep aval lobte for Inspection by any interested party In 
the main office of this Village this determination of such 
prevailing rate of wage. 

SECTION 4. The Village Clerk shall mail a copy of this 
determination, to any employer, and to any association of I 
employers and to any person or association of employees 
who have filed, ', or file their names ond addresses, 
requesting copies of any determination stating the - 
particular rates . and the .particular, doss of . workmen 
whose wages will be affected by such rates. 

SECTION S. The Village Clerk shall promptly file a 
certified copy of. this resolution with both the Secretary of 
State arid the Department of Labor of the State of Illinois, 

SECTION e. The: Village Clerk shall causa to be 
published In a newspaper of general circulation within 
the area a copy of this resolution and such publication 
shall constitute notice that the determination Is effective 
ond this is the determination of this public body. 

PASSED THIS 7th day of June, 1985. 

ATTEST: Adell Lourin, 
Vllloge Clerk - ' - 

. Marvin Smith, 
'President (Pro Tern) of the Board of Trustees 

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SPEaALTOWNMEETINO 
NOnCI IS HEREBY GIVEN 

To the legal voters,. residents of the Town of Warren In 
the County of Lake and State of lllnols, lhaf a SPEICAL 
TOWN MEETING of said Town has been cancelled for July 
2, 1985 at the hour of 7:00 P.M. ot Warren Township 
C^ten-17801-WrWosh1ngf()n-5treetrGurnee, Illinois 
60031. The purpose ol said meeting is as follows: Revise 
the Township Budget arid Appropriation Ordinance for 
1985-1986 for Insurance purposes. . . 

. ' Joseph J. Ddda, 

Town Clerk of Warren 

6/27/85 

June 27. 1985 

665D196-WN 



■ NOTICE OF _ 

SHERIFF'S SALI 
NOTICE .IS HEREBY.GlVEN 
thai In pursuance, of a 



Judgment;.' I hard t of or a, 
entered on June'TT; 1985 ' 
by said Court In the above 
; entitled cause; Robert ;H. ■- 
Bobcox, Sheriff r of ilokoi 
County will - on. July : 22, *X 
1985, at the hour o( 9:00 
A,M.-DAYLIGHT-SAVINGS- 
T)ME in Room 105 of the 
Lake County Courthouse, 
Waukega n . Illlnolt In said 
County, sell at public to the ' 
highest and best bidder, for '; 
cash oil and singular the 
following described 
premises and real estate In 
said Judgment mentioned, ,. 
situated In the County of 
lake and State of Illinois or' • 
so much thereof as shall be 
sufficient to satisfy sold 
Judgment, to-wit: 
Lot 166'1n Mundeleln 
Heights,' being a 
subdivision of the West 
1/2 of Section 19, 
Towrishlp— 44* -North;; 
Range 11,' East of' the 
Third Principal 
Meridian, according to 
the - plat thereof,. ■ 
recorded ; March 26, 
-1925 'as Document 
254438; In Book "M' ol 
Plats, pages 98 and 99, 
in Lake County, Illinois. • , 

ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: . 947 Nor- 
t boost Holcomb . Drive, 
Mundeleln, Illinois 60060. 
' Redemption Date: January 
; 23, 1 986 together with all 
buildings .and Im- 
provements thereon, and 
tha tenements, 

hereditaments and r lap- ' 
- purtonances .. thereunto - 
belonging. ." * 

DATED, ' Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 27th day of 
June, 1985. 

Sally D.Coffell, 

•Clerkofthe 

' Grcuit Court of 

... ■ Lake County, Illinois 
Shapiro ft Krelsman, P.C. ._. 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 

June 27, July 4 

and 11, 1985 

685D-191 -MN 



■Dafandants, ,. : ond 

Grea tamer Icon Federal 
So v I n g s a nd Loan 
Association , . a corporation 
lOjfjgjJkfd ond eylsjlng un- 
der the IcrwTol the United , 
S totes of America, Dafan- 
dantdndCounler-PlalnttH, 

Robert J. Quintan, II, el of, 
' Counter-Defendants , 
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NOTtCSOF ':■ 
SHERlFrSSAU >■;.. 

1 Public notice • Is' hereby 
given that, pursuant ^to a 
v Judgment niade^ano"' en- 
tered by sold /Court, in tha 
above entitled cause on 
June' 1st,: 1985; I; Robert 
Bobcox. Sheriff of: Lake 
County, Illinois, will, ~ on 
Monday, Jul> 1 5th. 1985, at 
tha hour of 9:00 A.M. In 
Room C-1 05 of the Lake 
County :.- Courthouse, 
Waukegan, Illinois, sell ot 

Eubllc vendue to the 
Ighest aria best bidder for • 
cash, the following 
described r promises and - 
real estate, in ; said ". 
Judgment' 'mentioned, 
situated In the County of 
Laka and State of Illinois, 
or. so much thereof as shall 

-be sufficient to satisfy sold 
Judgment; lo-wlt: * 
Lot 52 In. Heritage 
Place, Unit 1, being a 
subdivision of part of 
tha South Edit Quarter 
of- the South East Quar- 
ter of Section 30, Town- 
ship 43 North, 'Range 
11; East of. the Third : 
Principal Meridian ac- 
cording to tha Plat of 

'.. said subdivision, recor- 
ded April 14, 1976, as 
Document ' 1761636, In - 
Book' 55 of Plats,- Paga^- 
50 and corrected by 
Certificate of , Correc- 
tion recorded June 2, 
1977, as Document . 
1B40485, and amended - 
by Document 1880179, 
in Laka County, Illinois. 
...Commonly known as: 
969 Providence, Buffalo 
Grove, Illinois, together 
.with' all Improvements, 
thereon - and ; , ap- 

. purtenances . belonging 
thereto. 



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Lake Woods, being a 
Subdivision of part ofi. . ' 
Sections 14 and 23, 
Township 45 North, 
Ranga 9, Eosl of the 
Third Principal 
Meridian, according to 
the Plat thereof 
recorded July 28, 1926, 
as Document 283585; In 
Book "Q" of Plats .page 
10, In Lake County, 
Illinois. 

ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERRTY: 612 
Elm wood, Ingleslde, . IL_ 
60041, Redemption Dole: 
Jonuary 23, 1986 together 
with all buildings and 
improvements thereon, 
and the tenements, 
hereditaments and ap- 
purtenances thereunto 
belonging. 

DATED. Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 27lh_day ol 
"Juno, 1985. 

Sally D.Coffell 
_Clerk.oflho_ 



GIVEN that in pursuance of 
a Judgment heretofore 
entered on June 17. 1985 
by said Court In the above 
entitled cause. Robert H. 
Bobcox, Sheriff of Lake , 
County will on July 22, 
1935, ot the hour of 9:00 
A.M. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS 
TIME In Room 105 of. the 
Lake County Courthouse, 
Waukegan, Illinois In sold 
County, sell at public to the 
highest and best bidder for 
cash all and singular the 
following described 
premises ond real estate In 
said Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois or 
so much thereof as shall be' 
sufficient to satisfy said 
Jud gment, to-wlt: 
Lot 10 in Block 3 In Duck 



Circuit Court of 
Lake County, Illinois 
Shapiro ft Krefsman. P.C. : 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 

June 27, July 4 

and 11, 1985 

, 685D-192-FL 



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NOTICED OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN that .tentative 
amendments fa the 
Warren Township Budget 
and . Appropriation Or- 
dinance for .1985-1986, 
adopted May ."14," 1985 as 
Ordinance No> B5-86T. and 
to the Worren. Township 
Single Township Road 
District -Budget .and Ap- 
propriation Ordinance" for 
1985-1986. ado 
26, 1985 as Ordinance No 



85-86R, ara now on file and 
conveniently available for 
public Inspection between 
9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.. 
Monday through Friday, at 
the Warren Township 
Center, Clark's Office, 
located at 17801, West 
Washington St., Gurnee. IL 
60001, from and after "the 
.date hereof ; 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
FURTHER GIVEN that, a 
public hearing on sold 
amendments will be held 
on the 30th day of July, 
_1985. af_7;0q P.M.. ot.sold 
Warren Township Canter. 
Final -action on said 
amendments will be token 
Immediately thereafter by 
the. Trustees of Warren 
Township at a meeting to 
follow this public hearing. 

By Order of the Board of 
Trustees, of. Warren 
Township. 

Dated this 27th day of 
June. 1 985. 



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NOTICE FOR BIDS 
. . Sealed proposals will be 
occopfod Ot the office of 
the Village Clerk, 3720 
Greenleof Avenue, (P.O. 
Box 365) Island Lake, 
Illinois 60042, until 3 
o'clock P.M.. Thursday. 
July 2. 1985,- and all such- 
proposals will be publicly 
opened and redd the same 
evening ot 8 o'clock P.Mi' 
for tha purpose of pur- 
chasing the following snow 
removal equipment: Dump 
Box, Hoist, Snow Plow, 
Salt Spreader and Front 
Mount Hydraulic Spreader. 
'• Further information 
regarding the letting may 
be obtolned by contacting 
tha Road Supervisor, 
Charles Higby al (312) 526- 
8764. . 

Tha Village of Island 
Laka reserves the right to 
reject any. arid oil 
proposals. 

. Patricia J. Nebgen. 

. Village Clerk 

Island Lake, Illinois. 

Juna27.1985 

685D-184-WL' 



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— - NOTICI FOR BIDS 

Tha Village -of Round 
Like Heights Is taking bids 
for the sale of a 1981 
Dodge 4 door squad. $2000 
or bast offer. 10,252.06 
mileage. Engine rebuilt 
7000 miles. Needs some 
repair, As is. - 

Village Reserves tho 
right to reject bids. Bids 
10, 1985 7:00 



Doled, Waukagan, 
Illinois; June 20th, 1985. 

Robert Bobcox, 
. , Sheriff of 

Loke County, Illinois. 
Walsh, Case, Coala 
ft Brown, 
Attomey(s), - 
2500 Prudential Plaza. 
Chicago. IlllnoIioOWl^— 
Tel. No. 938-3824 

June 20. 27 ft July 4, 1985 
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Township 

BY: Joseph J. Dado, 

Town Clerk of Warren 

June 27, 1985 

685D-19SWN 

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STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE ItTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN, IUINOIS. 
The Talman Home Federal . 
Savings and Loan 
Association of . Illinois, 
successor by. merger with 
Unity Savings Association, 
Plaintiff, 

■vs. 
Donald .Ray Holcomb. 
Dorothy M. Holcomb, AND 
UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Defendants; 

No^BSCH48 7 . 

Sheriff's No: None 



Warren °jg n * d Julv 



Submit Bids To: Round 
lake Hoights Clerk/Bid, 
629 Pontlac Cl„ Round 
Lake Heights IL. 60073. 

Joan Hendricks, 

Village Clerk 

June 27 ft July 4, 1985 

685D-187-RL 



1_ — LEGAL— 

STATE OF IUINOIS, 
COUNTY OF COOK, ss. 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE ItTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT/LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS, . 

American, National Bank of 
Arlington Heights, lor-- 
. merly known as First 
Arlington National Bank of 
Arlington Heights, a 
national ■' 'banking 
aisacialion. Plaintiff 

"VST 



NOTldFORBIDS 
■ Tho Vllloge of Wouconda 
. Is accepting sooted bids for 
tha sola of one (1) 1971 

International three (3) ton 
dump- truck Serial No. 
416070H172935. -.- 

Tha Vehicle Is ovolloobla 

for Inspection at tho 

' Department i of Public 

Works, 302 SJocum Loke 

Road, Wouconda, Illinois 

-. 60084.' - 

Sealed bids, must be In 
the office of tha Village 
Clark, Village.' Hall. 101 
North Main- Street, 
Wouconda, Illinois, 60084. 
on or before Tuesday, July 
2. 1985 at 6:00 p.m. ond at 
that, lima, all bids will be 
opened and rood. ... 

The" Village Board 

reserves.the right lo reject 

any and all bids and waive 

technicalities. 

- - Vanlla I. McConnef 

Village Clerk 

June 20, 27, 1985 

685C-164-WL 



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NOTICI FOR BIDS 
Notice Is hereby' given 
that Warren Township 
High School, District 
Number 121. will receive 
bids for Dairy Products 
until 2:00 P.M. on Thur- 
sday, July.. II,. .500 N. 
O'Plaine Rood, Gurnee, 
Illinois 60031. 

Specifications for Dairy 
Products may be secured 



from the Business Office al 
the high school, 500 N. 
O'Plaine Road, Gurnee 
Illinois 60031. 

Vera B. Korbas, 

Secretary,^ 

Board of Education 

District Number 121 

• June27.T9fi 

685D.203.vVN/GP 

WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or an em- 
ployee. Lakeland's ErriY ' : 
ploy men t-Gulde-wil| ; make^ 



Robert J. Quinlan, H. 01 al., your search o success.' 



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Balance on hand 5/1 /84 Investments: Gumes Passbook 
Savlngs.4.1 ,4«,33; Checking Account: Gurnee Notional To SlgtoNailp'nal B ankos 1 
Bonk7$9«.Br10r*ubfota1r$2;4l7r43^~ — ~ lHn r^wneiTofsaldrooliitalW; 

INCOMIt; Taxes-1983 final, $11,966.00; Taxes.1984 T°L*onardE.KItilnger;D< 
reptaceme^t/sf^.OS; Taxes- 1985 replacement U9 T7- Rflnl " '" u c - k, - ,< - fl -'- * 
.uE to.alS.||2W,42; Bulldlna Sorvl. aSfc?iffi 
Region • Myn» C ub-Bln go, $^680.00; Lake Region V Mens 
Club-Provider* rUeense, $200.00; SqudrO 



NOTICE OF S AL1 OP REAL ESTATE AND 

Nona or filing petition for ■-.- 

OROER TO ISSUE TAX DEED 

To occupants or persons In actual possession or central of 
reajestateherlnat^r described; 

Iruiteo.uador-Tf usi.no J9453Vie_ 



«"BJ"i'i . *»w.00;;,; ; Square Dancers 
$190.00; 'lakeland Blb1e.;FeHowshlp, $120.00; S^Deoke 
Votleybaljjdarnpge •*£*#? tWMt Lultrell Wedding A 
damage ,depo*^:$^150.00{Cullen Wedding & damage 
deposit. $123.00; Miscellaneous, ; $185.00; sub total, 
$4,750.00, Warren^ Townihlp-Badufopi $2,500.00. f In' 
torest EamecJ : Poiibook Savings^ $67.73; Interest Earned- 
CD1894; $l49.89;'lritere«tEarned-a>2056; $179.71* In- 
terest £amed-CD2183, $58.71; Interest Earned -CD2083 
$258.04; suMoto^$7l4.08. Soda Sales, $167,55. TOTAL 
INCOME, $20,193.05. -.—- • 

EXPEND: Office Supplies,. Chandler's,' $46.28; m T 
Votght, $11.98; Gurnee Postmoster, $40.00; sub total 
$9826. Auditing, Dam, Snell & Tavelrne-2 yr., $1,500 00* 
Advertlilng. Lakeland Publisher*, $62,16. Legal, Rosing' 
Magoe 4 Applohans, $1, 200.00.' Miscellaneous: Irv's Fire 
Extinguisher , $36.25; Koico Flag, $33.29; Debbie Flowers 
$30J6;.Gurnee True Value. $It;i3;D. Anderson, $7.75! 
Ashram Enterprises. $375.00; Hucker Electric, $284.00- 
sub total, $777.58* Land Acquisition - $ Lease: J. 6TM" 
Mellus-ES Hutchlns. $13,772.61; County Collector-4 mo 
foxes. $289.02; sub total,-$l3.56l. 83. Telephone, Illinois 
Boll, $326.80; Dam*. Spillway: T. Pettlnato, $100.00- T 
Seilhefmer, $100.00;. R. Howells. $100.00; T. Rice, $35.00; 
J. Pettlnato, $35.00; 0. Brown. $263.05: S. Bay, $35.00- 
Gurnee. Fire Oopt., $50.00; Lake Co. Grodlng, $65.0Q ; 
Gurnoe True Value, $27.09; sub total, $810.14. Illinois 
Oept. Revenue-Providers License, $200.00. Bldg. Service 
Charges-Damage deposits refunded: Cullen Wedding 
$100.00; .Lultrell, $100.00; sub total, $200.00. Meiers 
Mosterbulltbockstops. $2,500.00. TOTAL EXPENSES 
$2l,238.77i Balance 4/30/85: Checking* Account. $900.69- 
Possbook Savings, $471 .02; TOTAL.$l ,371 .71 . 
RECREATION FUND 

Balance on hand 5/1/84 investments: Gurnee Passbook 
Savings. $9.08; Gurnee Passbook Schmidt Mem~ $332.1 17 
sub total,. $341.19. Checking Account: Gurnee National 
Bonk. $944.37; TOTAL; $1 ,285.56. 

INCOME: Taxes-1983- final, $8,974.50; Taxes- 1984 
replacement, $34.75; Taxes-1985 replacement, $37.03; 
sub total. $9,046.28, Preschool Registration s. $4,257.00. 
Grondwood- Park. Civic Assoc-Halloween, $30.50; 
Grandwood Park Civic Assoc. -Shelves, $200.00; sub total, 
$730.50. Interest Earned -Pass book Savings. $.47; Interest 
Earned-Possbook' Schmidt. Mem., $17.98; .'sub total, 
$18.45; TOTAL INCOME. $13,552:23. ^ 

EXPENSES: Grandwood Pork Booster Club, $500.00. 
Grounds maintenance-Labor: Steve. Bay, $839.13; , Ken 
Parjue. $97.21; Tim Lockart, $1 ,020.80: Warren Township, 
$528.00: sub total, $2,485. !4. Preschool -salary A supplies: 
L. Vanderspool. $1,169.53; G. Wora^T$2;478;B3.v-P: 
Mygland. $51,16: sub total, $3,719.52. Summer Concert: 
Choyce, $450.00: Apollo, $120.00; tub, total, $570.00. 
Grounds Maintenance-Supplies ft. Repairs: S. Bay, 
$123.59; D. Anderson," $11.79: Gurnee True. Value; 
$196.85; Chicago Toro. $36.00; Quality Parts & Service. 
$1 13.09. Reed Randle Tractors, $24) .50; Ted's State Line, 
$48.19; Amoco Oil, $20.00; The Shop, $23.20; sub total. 
$8l4.2t. Grounds Maintenance-Gas: J & L Oil Co.', 



. Dorlene Kltxlnger; Elgin National 
Bank; lojs Schtell; Elgin State Bank; Elgin State Bank as 
Trustee of Trust 945 the parties Interested In the' real 
estatesold; . -y . ".,•' . - 

To all unknown owners, or parties Interested In sold real 
estate; . • ; •* - 

To Linda tanuzl Hess. County Clerk of Lake County, 
Illinois. •'. • • . -■:;: ' ; 

. TAKE NOTICE: That at o sale of lands and lots for . 
general (axes duly made..ln the County and State 
aforesaid, CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, a Missouri" ' 
corporation, on December 15, 1982, purchased the 
following described real estate for taxes, Interest, 
penalities, and costsdueand unpaid for the year 1981: - 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION 
Lot 8 In Meodows of Klldeer, being a subdivision In 
North West Quarter of Section 35, Township 43 North, 
Range 10, Eost of 3rd Principle Meridian, Lake County. 
Illinois. PIN: 14-35-1054310 

situated Is sold County and State. That the extended time 
of redemption from sold sale will expire on October 24 
1985; said real estate was last assessed In the name of 
Elgin National Bank as Trustee under Trust NO. 945 

FURTHER TAKE NOTICE: that on June 12, 1985, CLASSIC 
LEASING COMPANY filed In the Circuit Court of Loke 
County," a proceeding entitled "In the Maiter of the 
Application of the County Collector For Judgment and 
Order of Sale Against Lands and Lots Returned 
Delinquent For Non-Payment of General Taxes For the 
'iJf W''- 1981 "r being the same. proceedings wherein the 
. Judgment of. tale was' entered upon which the above 
described lax sale washed, praying thai the Court direct 
the County Clerk to Issue a Tax Deed conveying the above 
described real estate to CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, if 
said real estate shall not be redeemed from the said fax 
sole. Said Petltlonis numbered 82-TX-104 (14-35-105-010), 
and Petitioner Intends to make an application to sold 
Circuit Court on November 15, 1985, 1:30 P.M., for an 
Order on said Petition, that a Deed.be Issued to the 
Petitioner, the owner ond holder of the Tax Sale Cer? 
tlflcate of Purchase,, if the above described 'real estate 
shall not be redeemed from said tax sale. At the same 
time, Petitioner .will make application to the Court for a 
Writ of Assistance to obtain possession of the real estate. 

CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, 

.'.'-■ PETITIONER, 

P.O. Box 458 

. Carllnvllle.lL 62626 

June 20 and 27. July 4, 1985 

.658C.158-MN 

- 217-839-2713 

.. .. 217-845-2373 



herein ■ by reference. The definition of any 

"pedrlng In this 'Ordinance which are also 

._. aforesaid Act shall be the same as In sold Act,— 

SECTION 2: Nothing. herein contained shall be con- 
: strued to apply said general prevailing rate of wages as 

herein ascertained to any work.br employment except 
.public works construction of . this Park District lo the 
" extent required by the aforesaid Act, 

SECTION J: The Round Lake Area Park District 
— Secretory-^rto!JTnjblkly-^st^r1«MTrTTOcIllabI* for In- 

spectlon by any Interested party In the main office of this 

Park District this determination of such prevailing rate of 
■ wage.- * /*■■'.■;"■ V rV 

4. SECTION ,4: The Round Lake Area Park District 
. Secretar]£shall mall a copy of this determination to. any 

employer, and to any association of employers and to any 

person or association of employees who have filed, or file , 
. their names and addresses requesting copies of any. 

determination stating the particular; rates and the par-' 
J ticular class of workmen whose wages will be affected by 
, such rates. W-V-S 

SICTlON 5: The Round lake Area Park District 
Secretary shall promptly file. a certified copy- of this 
Ordinance with both the Secretary of the State and the 
Department of Labor of the State of Illinois-. 

SECTION ft: The Round Lake Area Park District 
Secretary shall cause lo be published En a newspaper of 
general circulation within the area a 'copy of this Or- 
dinance, and such publication shall constitute notices that 
the determination Is effective and that this Is the 
^determination of this public body. 
PASSED this 1 3th day of June, 1 985. 
ROLLCALL: 

. Ayes: Commissioners Rbmanl, Wlttberger, Goshgarlon 
and Peterson . & . 

Nays: None . ••- - . •" — — - 

Absent: Commissioner Edmunds - * 

- - APPROVED: 

JohnP. Peterson," 

^J ■' President of the 

. ' Board of Commissioners 

(SEAL) 

ATTEST: 

• lulmo Turner, 

Secretary' of the . . 

Board of Commissioners * ■ 

Juno 27, 1985 

-JJcHU — . ' ' 

STATlOFiiLINOlS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 



"' . UOAL .._.■..-, 

NOT1CfOFPUEUJCHIARINO0yTHE '" 
VILLAOI OF WAUCOMDA, LAKI COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
CONCERNING ISSUANCE OF 
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS . 
1 . A public hearing will be conducted by the President, 
arid the Board of Trustees of the Village of Wauconda, 
Lake County, Illinois, at the Villoge Hall, 101 North Main 
YJ!!age_oJLWajjeonda;_Loke_County,Jinnols 60064- 



following: 



Mainfenance-Utltllles: Commonwealth Edison, $1,261.30; 
North Shore Gas, $2,786.06; Lake Co. Public Works, 
$180 85; sub total. $4,228.23. Building Maintenance- 
Labor: Wiiard of Oz, $2,763.00; W. Menlicker, $900.00; S. 
Kempskl, $303.00; sub total, $3,966.00. Building Main- 
icnonco- Supplies:. Wiiard Of Or, $92.60; Grand Janitor 
Supply $154.59; Gurnee True Value Hardware. $79.36; D. 
Brown-shelves. $75.00; sub total, $401.75. Taxes: Internal 
Revenue Service, $104.40; Illinois Dept. of Revenue. 
$91.84: sub total, $196.24. Grandwood Pork Civic Assoc. 
$300.00. TOTAL EXPENSES, $17,394.67. Balance (minus) 
$2,556.88. Transferred from Bond Fund, (plus) $1,350.00. 
Bolance 4/30/65: Checking Account, (minus) $1,556.97; 
Passbook-Schmidt Mem. (plus) $350.09: sub total, (minus) 
$1,206.88. 

SRAWZFUND 

Balance on hand 5/1/64. $00.00. 

INCOME: Toxes-1983 flnol, $1 ,316.25. 

EXPENSES: SRAWZ-tronsfer of fund*. $1,316.25. 
Balance 4/30/85. $00.00. . 

INSURANCE FUND 

Balance on hand 5/1 /84 Investments: Gurnee Passbook 
Savings, $735.31; Certificates Deposit 1627, $7,500.00: 
sub total. $8,235.31. Checking Account; Gurnee National 
Bank. $1 ,087.50; sub total. $9,322.61. 

INCOME: Interest Earned-Passbook Sayings, $39.98; 
Interest Eorned-CD 1627. $547.50; Interest Earned-CD 
I 2056-$44.92.- Interest Eorned-CD 21 95,~ $97.23; TOTAL 
INCOME. $729.63. 

expenses: Nouto Insurance Agency-Liblllty A Work. 
Comp., $3,253.00; Director Employment Security- 
employers, $163.77. TOTAL EXPENSES; $3,436.77. Balance 
4/30/85 Checking Account, $2,534.00; Passbook Savings; 
$4,08) .67; sub total. $6,615.67. 

PAVING A STREET LIOHTINO FUND 



.The application of Morgan Bronze Products, Inc. to 
the Village' of Wauconda, Lake County, Illinois for 
economic assistance through the Issuance by the 
Village of Wauconda, Lake County, Illinois of Us 
economic development revenue bond In a principal 
amount not to exceed $1,000,000 (the 'Bond") to 
finance the acquisition, construclion and equipping of 
a facility located within the boundaries of the Village 
of Waucondo, Lake County. Illinois, for Morgan 
Bronze Products, Inc. 't manufacturing of bronze and 
related products and providing related office ■ 
.facilities, located at 367 Hollow Hills Drive (the. 
"ProjecO In 'he Villoge of Wauconda. Lake County, 
Illinois. The property will be leased to Morgan Bronze 
Products, Inc. Such Pro|edLwlll be owned by an Illinois 
land trust having as its beneficiary Leonard J. Harder 
and other principal stockholders of Morgan Bronze 
Products. Inc. The credit of the Village of Wauconda. 
Loke County, Illinois, will not be pledged to secure the 
Bond. - - . . ■ 

2. All Interested persons will be given the opportunity 
to be heard on the maiter. 

.■'"'.' VenltoL.McConnel, 

VlllageClerk. 

i '_ Village of Wauconda, 

==?: JjokeCountyrllUnoIr 



Published June 27,1985 



June 27. 1985 

6850-201 -WL 



-UOAL— 
ORDINANCE NO. 14-t 
WHEREAS, the Stale of Illinois has enacted "An Act 
.Balance on hand 5/1/84 Investments: Gurnee Passbook — regulating -wooes of laborers, - mechanics and . blhor 



Savings, $4.95; Checking: Gurnee National Bank; $81. 08 
sub total. $86.03. • . ^ 

INCOMif Toxes-1983 final, $598.28: . Taxesl 984 
repl acementr $2.09; TaxeiO 984 replocem entr $2.47r sub - 
lotal, $602.64. Interest Earned Passbook Savings, $5.45. 
TOTAL INCOME, $608.29.^ Common wealth Edlson-Ree. 
lohd, $82.74; Commonwealth Edison-Dam area, $126.98; 
Commonwealth Edlson-Bulldlng, $74.66; Commonwealth 
Edison-Tennls courts. $84.58; sub total, $368.96. Hucker 
Electrlc-relocate pole « lines,. $104.65. A. Well»-Sna .-■ 
[removal, $240.00. TOTAL EXPENSES, $713.61. Bqk"««; \ 
l(mlnus) $19.29. Transferred from Bond Fund, ^ (plus) 
IJ72.22. Balance 4/30/65 Checking Aocounl, $40.91; 
iPassbook Savings, $4.02; sub total ; $52.93. 
BOND A INTEREST FUND 
Balance on hand 5/1/64 Investments: Gurnee Passbook 
wings, $1,641.54; Checking Account; Gurnee Notional 
Bank;$13.42; sub total. $1 ,654.96. ,■ . ■■ , '? 

INCOME: Taxes-1983 final, $6,341.97; Inferest Eamed- 
Passbook Savings, $82.87; CD. 1894, $99.92; .sub. total, 
U82.79, TOTAL INCOME, $6,524.76. ; i : : , V 

EXPENSES; Bank of Waukegan-4th « final payment 
[ond including, interest & bonk charges, - $6,757.50; 
folance, $1 .422.22. Transferred to ; Recireaften vFund. 
[1.350.00. Paving & St, Llghl Fund, $7222;- sub total,/ 
1,422.22. Account Closed- 4/30/85. $00.00,- Balance; on ^ 

Funds', ; R906.80.' 



Q.nlAprll 30,.1985-rnvestments All . 

alance on hand April 30," 1985-Checklng All Funds, county area as determined by the 

l V)f.Af; • : ..- -J.^L,^ ^^^.—:..; :•:._ ',. . : ^ .-i-ihe Sto le oMllln6lt-W"bf June, 



workmen employed In any public works by the Slate, 
County, City or any' public body of ony political sub- 
division or by any one under contract for public works," 
"approved June 26, 1 941 ; at amended, being Section 39s- 1 
through 39S-12, Chapter 4B,lllinolt Revised Statutes, 
1973, and ' ', _ : 

WHEREAS, the aforesaid Act required that the Round 
Lake Area Park District of the County of Loke Investigate 
. and ascertain the' prevailing rate of Wages as defined In 
-sold Acttorlab6ref»;mecfKinlcf, ond other workmen In 
the locality of the County of Loke employed In performing 
construction of public workt,-jfor'»ald Round Lake Area 
Park District exclusive of maintenance work. 
1 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINEDBY THE PRESIDENT 
AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE ROUND LAKE 
AREAPARK DISTRICT: ,-.V , ■.-.-■ 

SECTION It To the extent and as required by An Act 
regulating wages, of :■ laborers,, mechanics and other 
workmen employed In. any public works; by the Stole. 
County, Clty,or any public body or any: political sub- 
division or by any one under, eonlroct ; for public works," 
approved June' 26/ 1941, as amended,:: the. gonorai 
prevailing rate of wages: In this locality for. laborers, 
mechanics and. blher^yyorkmen engogod In the con- 
struction of public works coming under the jurisdiction of 
ihls Park Dlsirlct Is hereby ascertained to be the same as 
the prevailing rate of wages i.fbir construction work in Lake 

' - Department of Labor of 

py_oU 



_Jhe_SlQte— 
June27^lvB5 determination being dttoched hereto :ond incorporated^ 
VWS0:165-WN ! — _ 



NOTICE OF SALE OF RIAL ESTATE AND 

NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR 

OffDfS OF TO ISSUE TAX DEED 

To occupants or persons In actual possession or control of 
real estate hereinafter described; 

To First Arlington Notional Bank, Trustee of Trust A-3S5 
the owners of said real estate; 

i To Upper Avenue Notional Bank of Chicago; Lokewood 
Industrial Care the parties Interested In the real estate 

..sold: --,•--; --.-./-■ - ;. : .'-.v - ' ■ 

•To all unknown own«rs. or parties interested In *ald real 

..estate: '■•.'.-;■.' -••'.,- 

To Linda lo nuil Hess. Couty Clerk of Lake County , Illinois^ 
TAKE NOTICE: That at a sale of lands and lots for 
general foxes duly/ mode In t he County: and Stare 
aforesaid, CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, a Missouri cor- 
poration, on December 15, 1982, purchased fhe following 
described real estate for faxes, mferest, penalities/ and' 
costs due and unpaid for the year '1 981 :•'"->- ' r • 

LEOAL DESCRIPTION 

' Thai part of the South West Quarter of .Section 31. ' 
Township 44 North, Range 1 1 , East of the Third Prin- 
cipal Meridian, Ond that part of the Northwest Quar- 
ter of Section 6rTownshlp 43 North,- Range 1 1 , Eost of 

the Third Principal Meridian, described as follows, fo- 

■ wit: Commencing at the Southeast corner of said 
Southwest Quarter; thence North along the East line 
thereof, 269.94 feet; "thence North 56 degrees 26 
minutes West 1376.8 feet lo a point which Is 10 feet 
Southerly of. the Southerly line of the right ol way of 
the -Elgin, Jollet and Eastern Railway Company 
(measured at right angles thereto): thence South 76 
degrees 28 minutes West parallel with the Southerly 
line of said right of way 143.2 feet to the Easterly line 
of premises conveyed to Philip Weis, by deed dated 
June 1; 1934 and recorded March. 21, 1935, os 
Document 410726; thence South 52 degrees Wesl. 
1197.87 feet; thence South 38 degrees 30 minutes East 
38.61 feet; thence South 48 degrees West 232.46 feel 
to the center of Slate Route No. 59A; thence 
Southeasterly and Northeasterly along the center line 
of said State Route No. S9A to the East line of said 
Northwest Quarter of Section 6; thence North along 
sold East line to the North line of said Northwest 
Quarter of Section 6: thence East 7.92 feel to the place 
of beginning in" Loke County, Illinois. PIN: 11-31-300- 

057 '-.-« 

situated in said County and Slate. That the extended time 
ol redemption from said sale will expire on October 24, 
1985; said real estate was last assessed in the name of 
^Flrst Arlington Notional Bank r Trustee ol Trust A-355. 
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that on June 12, 1985, CLASSIC 
LEASING COMPANY filed In the Circuit' Court of Loke 
County, a proceeding entitled "In the Matter of the Ap- 
plication of the County Collector for Judgment and Order 
of Sale Against Land and Lots Returned Delinquent For 
Non-Paymont of General Taxes for the Year 1981" being 
the same proceedings wherein the Judgment of tale was 
entered upon which the above described tax sale was 
had, praying that the Court direct the County Clerk to 
issue c-Tax Deed conveying Ihe above described real- 
estale to CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, If said real estate 
shall not be redeemed from the sold. lax sale. Said 
Petition Is numbered 82-TX4W (11-31-300^057), and 
Petitioner Intends to moke an application to sold Circuit 
Court on November 15. 1985, 1:30 P.M., for an Order on 
said Petition, that a Deed be Issued to the Petitioner, the 
owner and holderbf the Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase, . 
if the above described real estate shall not be redeemed 
from sold fax sale: At the some time. Pet It lonor will make 
application to the Court for a Writ of Assistance to obtain . 
possession of the real estate. 
- v - CLASSIC LEASING COMPANY, 

""— •-— ■■■ : — ; — ^—-t-^-t—- Petitioner 

P.O f B6x458 
v : Cdrllnvllle.lL 62626 
June 20, 27 & July 4. 1985 
' - 685C-159-MN 

(he third Monday of each. £ 
month, 1o.be. held at: the * 
library, ; 1001 East Grand 
Avenue, Lake Villa; Illinois -/ 
60046, at .7:00 P.M. until 
further notice. ... ' _^ ... 

: - Boa rd of Tru stees , 
: George Roczlawlcz; \ 

v . .--, President -_'■: 

, JunelB,1965-A 

----- — - .- - ■' . -Juho^lvBy^ 



T* ■ ' - .-.T'T-^UOAE—" 7-- 
^IMOTI CE FOR BIDS 

Notice Is hereby given 
that . .Warren Township 
High School, District 
Number 121, will receive 
bids for Gasoline and Fuel 
Oil until 3:00 P.M; on 
^hursdoy7^ul7Hlr-5uO-N7-; 
O'Plalne Rood, ■ Gurnee, 
Illinois 60031. 

Specifications for Gasoline 
and Fuel'- Oil. may. be 
secured from the Business 
Of flee, at the high, school, 
500 N, O'Plalne Rood, 
Gurnee, Illinois 60031. . 

Vera 8. Korbas, 

. Secretary, 

Board of Education 

District Number 121: 

■ * . June 27, 1985 

685D-204 -WN/GP 



—LEGAL— _ 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 
OF THE lfTM JUDICIAL 

circuit; LAKECOUTNY, 

ILL1NOIS-IN PRORATE. 

- In the Matter of the. 
Estate of Robert Wayne 
Barnelt. Deceased, No. 
85P493. 

CLAIM NOTICE 
Notice is given of the 
dealh of - Robert -Wayne 
Barnetl, of Loke" Villa. 
Illinois. Letters of- offke 
were issued on June 14. 
1985, to Joseph L. Bomett. 
34919 Lokeshore Drive. 
Loke Villa, Illinois 60046 
whose attorney is Chur- 
chill, Baumgortner S 
Phillips, Ltd., P.O. Box 284. 
Groy slake, Illinois 60030. 
- — -Claims against- the 
estate may be filed in the 
office of the Clerk of the 
Court at 18 North County 
Street, Lake County 
Courthouse, Waukegan, 
Illinois . 60085 or with 
representative, or both, 
within 6 months from the 
dote of issuance ol letters 
and any claim not- filed 
tl within that period li 
barred. Copies of a claim 
filed with the , Clerk must . 
■■ be mailed or 'delivered to 

-the : representat tve~ond~to - 

the ottornev within 10 days 
after It has been filed. \ ■ 
". - Joseph ti Bornetf, 

. Represenratfve'' 

. : J0rmj:Phll»lpe;f 

Attorney | 

.\. June20and27,'.!: 

July4, 1985 

6B5C-179.WN . 



- —LEGAL- 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN by the Board of 
Education of School District 
Number 127, in the County 
of Lake, State of Illinois, 
that .ten tallve budget for 
said School District for the 
fiscal year beginning July 
1, 1985 will be on "file and 
conveniently available for 
public Inspection at 400 
North Lake Street, 
Grayslake In this school 
district from ond after 8:00 
A.M. on the 27th day of 
June. 1985. 

Notice Is further hereby 
given that public hearing 
on sold budget will be held 
at 8:00 P.M. on the 22nd 
day of August, 1985 at the 
High School Office In this 
High School District 
Number 127. 

Doled this 27th day of 

June, 1985 Board ol 

Education at School District 

Number 127, in the County 

•of Loke, Slate of Illinois. '. . 

By: Joan Meglnnlss, 

Secretary/ 

Boord of Education 

June 21, 1985 

June 27,1985 

■- ? 685D-200-GL 



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' been told' for dollnqtienttaxe* and that the period of 
redemption from the tole". will expire' on November 22, 
1985, at extended. 

Thti oHiclal notice It alto to advtte you that a petition 
hat been filed for a Tax Deed which will frontier title and 
the right to pouetilon of thit property If redemption It 
not mode'on or before November 22, 1985. 

Thit matter It tot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
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maybe present at thit hearing but your right to redeem 
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Honors Williams 

Mark ' Williams, * son of 
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Eleanor Piller and" 
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Commander Elect, Bob 

Lehner- and Senior Vice- 
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July 1, Monday—Shopping at 
Belvidere Mall, Waukegan. 
Ju ly 3, .Wednesday- 
Shopping in Antioch. 
July 5, Friday— Shopping in 
Zion; Lunch at John Silver's. 
July 8, Monday-Shopping at 
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July 11, Thursday-r- 
Shppping in Antioch. '.,„:... 
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July 18, Thursday- 
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July 22, Monday-Shopping 
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July 26, Friday— Garage 
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Chaplain, Carol Jurgcson; 
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Shirley Wilkinson 

Funeral services for Shirley 

AlTWilkinspn, 48 of Salem 

-,werW4ieI(H>n^ohdayr-Jarie- 

17 at the Strang Funeral 

Home in Aniioch. . 

-Mrs. ,- Wilkinson died on 
Friday, June 14 at Memorial 
Hospital in Burlington. She 
was bornbn"MarcH : 29," 1937 



Coral, Fla.; one son, 
■Lawrence of Mundelein; 19 
grandchildren; and several 
grea t-g randchildfen ; 



, Interment was at Iyanhoe 
Cemetery in Ivanhoe. . 



VornaBarr 

Funeral services forVerna 
U; 'Barr^'S3t' ! ot~ Leisure 
in Kenosha, and was a life , Village, Fox Lake were held 
long Kenosha County on Tuesday, June 25 at Mc- 



-' Survivors include" his wife^ 
Jeannette I < nee Ash) ; two 'Catholic Church in Ingleside, 
daughters, Ruth (Donald) of. the; Moose^^Lodge 3084 at 
Bradley and Connie (James) portage and also a former ■ 
Centellar— both— of — Wad— ^Tn e m be 'r-^ of— the— Grand— 
sworth; and four grand- > mother's Club. *~ 

Survivors include.;, one. 
daughter, Adaline , ; M, \ 



children. 



resident; living in Salem for 
the past 20 years. 

She had attended the 
• United Methodist Church in 
Salem and had been em- 
ployed as a press operator 
for the Nil- Way Speaker Co. 
in Antioch for a short time. 

Survivors; include her 
husband, Harley; three sons, 
Lloyd (Rachael) of Camp 
Lake, Leslie of Paddock 
Lake and Lee of Salem; five 
sisters; and five brothers. 

Interment was at Hickory 
Union Cem etery i n Newport . 
Township, Lake.Couiity, III. 

Ruth Boll - 



Murrough Chape) in Liber- 
tyville; - 

Mrs, Barr died on Sunday, 
June 23 at Condell Memorial 
Hospital in Libertyville. She 
was bom on Jan. 15, 1902 in 
Libertyville, and was a life 
long Lake County resident. 
' She was a former member 
-nf the First Presbyterian 
Church in Libertyville. She 
is. survived by a niece, 
Wilma (Darwin) Follman of. 
Fox Lake; one sister, . 
Jeanette Roth of Phillips, 
Wis. ; two sister-in-Jaws ; one 
brother-in-law; and several 
other nieces and nephews. 



Emit Vavorka 

^Funeral services for Emil 
Veverka;7?,;of Antioch were 
held on Thursday, June 20 at 
the Strang Funeral Home in 
Antioch. 

Mr. Veyerka died on Mon- 
day, June 17 at his home; He 
was born on July 26, 1905 in 
North Chicago , and had 
lived in Chicago for many 
years before moving to An- 
tioch three years ago. , 

He had served in the U.S. 



(Chester) Kopierof Abrams, 
lW[s.*_i two grandsons; one 
granddaughter; : two great- 
granddaughters; two great- 
grandsons; and many 
nieces, nephews and other 
relatives, h ~ " , 

Interment was at > St. 
Bede's Catholic Cemetery jn 
Ingleslde. 

Eleanor Smith 

-Funeral services for 



Barrel! Smith 

y;C Funeral services for 
Darrell W- Smith, 47- of 
Round Lake Beach were 
heldun TmiredayrJuiie-aoi 
Wisconsin. . 

■ Mr. Smith died on June 17 
at Lake Forest Hospital in 
Lake Forest; He~was born on 
Dec. 6; 1937" in Seattle, 
Wash,, and -had; lived; In 
Round Lake Beach for- the 
last six months. 

• He ; retired ■ from the 
regular United States Army 
and had been presently em- 
ployed as a surveyor for, the 



Blackridge Survey Company 

Survivors include his wife, 
Dorc4hy (nee -Carey )•< two 
^J^fe^_jwilKl4ne-- 
Unitedr states Marines, 
stationed Jn Japan, and 
Thomas^ ; ^th;; the; United 
States Army, stationed in Ft. 
C a m pbel I .;&£ K y . ; ; M>rie 
idaughter^ ^Caroline -of Pt. . 
(^mpbell,;.Ky7i;;'nye step- 
children ;, seven grand- 
children; and one slater. '•■ 
; Burial :was\ ; at Wood 
National : Cemetery in 
Wisconsin. -V - .""'■" 

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Navy during World War n; Eleanor B. Smith, a former 
and was a member of the An- resident of Long Lake were 



Entombment,- was ';at 
Hig hland Memor ial-Park in 
Funeral. servicts for Ruth. Libertyville. 
M. Bell, 71," of Aittioch were 



held oh Sunday, June 23 in 
Antioch. i — ■-- 

Mrs. Bell tied on Friday, 
June 21 at her home. She was 
born on Feb. 7, 1914 in 
Chicago, and had been a 
resident of tie Antioch and 
Bristol, Wis. area for te past 
40years. u 

Survivors include one son, 
Dennis (Diane) Bell of Ken- 
soha, Wis.; one daughter, 
Mary (Dick) Ford of An- 
tioch; nine grandchildren; 
and three great- 
grandchildren, • 

Interment was private. 

Clarence Freund 

Funeral services for . 
Clarence M. Freuna, 76, of 
Spring Grove were held on 
Tuesday, June 25 at the 
Spring Grove United 
Methodist Church in Spring 
Grove. 

Mr. Fpeund died on Sun- 
day, June 23. He was born on 
June 7, I909in Spring Grove. 
He was born, raised and 
educated in; the Spring 
Grovg area and was self- 
employed as a. cement con- 
tractor for a majority of his 
life. He was a veteran of 
World War II, serving with 
the States Navy, a' member 
of the Fox. -> <*ke" Moose 
Lodge and of the American 
Legion-Lake Region Post 
No. 703. 

Survivors, include one 
daughter, Mrs. Jimmy 
(Judith) Elwood of Twin 
Lakes, Wis.; one son, Jack 
(Carolyn) Freund Sr. of 
Spring .Grove; six grand- 
children; two, great- 
grandchildren; and two 
sisters. "... 



David Ferrell 

Funeral services and burial 
for David Ferrell, 36, of 
Ingleside were .held in 
MetwanVW. Va. 

Mr. Ferrell died on- Sun- 
day, June 23. He was born on 
May .1, 1949 in West Virginia 
and was a '.machinist by 
trade. " 

Survivors include his 
mother. Narm Ferrell of 
Ingleside; two brothers, 
James i Marie > Ferrell of. 
Ingleside and Floyde 
i Norma I Ferrell of Addison, 
111. : two sisters. Connie 
i Bill) Coleman of Wheeling. 
111. and Sabrina (John) 
Cocoran of Fox Lake;. and 
many .nieces, _nephews and 
other relatives. • 

Arrangements were 
completed by K.K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home in Fox Lake. 



tioch Senior Citizens. He had 
been employed; as a janitor 
at the 1100 Dearborn Street 
Building . in Chicago for 
many years before :his 
retirement. t ",- 

Survivors - ! include ! , three 
daughters, JoAnne, Patricia 
and Delores; one sister,' 
Mary;, and his good friends, 
Robert and Florence Rphrs 
of Antioch. 

Interment was at Avon 
Centre Cemetery, north of 
Grayslake. 



held in Evanston. 



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Mrs. Smith was a summer 
resident in Long Lake ...for";.' 
many.years, where.she. and 1 
her husband, George, 
operated Smith Cottages for 
nearly 50 years. 

Survivors include three 
nieces; one nephew; and her 
close friends, Mr .-and Mrs. 
Mitchell Stanton of 
Grayslake. She was born on 
April 21, 1896 in Sheboygan, 

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RufhKlesgen 

Funeral services for Ruth 
C. Kiesgen (nee Culbertson), 
age 68, a Fox Lake resident 
for the past 45 years were 
held on Friday, June 21at 
the K,K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home (in the chapel on the 
lake) in Fox Lake. ' 



Mrs. Kiesgen died on Mon- 
day, June 17 in McHenry. 
, She was born on Dec. 5, I91fi_^ij} e 
in Illinois. 



Allan Hendrlckson 

Private funeral services for 

Allah J . Hehdricikspn, 25, of 

. Mundelein. were held on 

Friday, June 21 in Liber-, 

tyville. 

. Mr. Hendrlckson died oh 
Monday, June 17 in Chicago. 
He was born on April 22, 1960 
in Chicago, and had been a 
Mundelein resident all his 



One of Antioch's out- 
standing educators will be 
sorely missed after a long 
bout with cancer took his life 
. earlier this month t ;']' . 

Warren Polley, 63, died on 
June 18 at Victory Memorial. 
Hospital in Waukegan after 
he was admitted on June 1L" 
The Antioch Community 
High School Supt. was. 
diagnosed in August 1984 as; 
having cancer of the colon 
but, continued to stay active 
in ACHS affairs. ; ''■'>• "'"*.* .■- 

He began, his teaching 
tenure at Antioch Township 
High School m 1948 and ser- 
ved as teacher, coach and 
asst. supt, .'before becom- 
ming the superintendent in 
. 1972, serving 13 years in that 
position. ■ -.\ 7 

He was honored . by bis 
peers, present and former 
students and the community 
at a testimonial recepuon at 
the high school this past 
month. ' 

He was a member and past 
board member! of the United 
Methodist Church . of An- 




Helen Schimmel 

Funeral services for Helen 
M. Schimmel, 68, of Florida 
were held on Monday, June 
24 at the Strang Funeral 
Home in Antioch. 

Mrs. Schimmel died on 
Thursday, June 20 at 
Sarasota Memorial Hospital 
in Florida. She V as born on 
April 22. 1917 in Antioch. 

She had worked as a 
beauty operator and as an 
assistant in medical offices. 
Survivors include her 
husband. Xavier; two 
daughters, Joyce (James) 
Carpenter of Round Lake 
Beach and Kathleen 
(.Donald) Herrmann of 
Mariette,_Ga.; two brothers: 
one sister; and four grand- 
children. 

Interment was at Hillside 



She was very active in the - 
Fox Lake Grade School PTA 
and was a past president of 
the PTA. She. was also in- 
strumental in arranging the 
Hot Lunch Program at the 
Fox Lake Grade School. She 
was most active _ in^ 
promoting ail activities for. 
the Fox Lake Volunteer Fire 
Dept. and received a special 
commemoration from the 
Fox Lake Fire Dept. for the 
outstanding work in 
assisting in the preparation 
of the 75th Anniversary Book 
for that department. She 
also had the unique distinc- 
tion of being the first mother 
to have three sons active on 
the Fox Lake Fire Dept. at 
-the same time.- She was also 
a long time member of the 
Grant Township Republican 
Club. 



^Survivors ^include his 
parents, Carl and Jane Hen- 
drickson of Mundelein; one 
sister; one niece; his fiance, . 
Gail Edmark of Mundelein; 
and a great-aunt 



tioch; past -president of the 
Superintendents Round 
Table of Northern IIlino»; 
past president of. the Chicago 
Area Business Teachers 
Assn.; and numerous other 
professional organizations, . 



Warren Polley 



Survivors include ms wile, 
Mary;. two daughters, Janet 
(Joseph) Kennedy of Min- 
neapolis, Minn, and Susan 
(Randolph) Burge of : . Sher- 
man, 111,; two sons, Wi 
Michael (Monica) Polley of 
Park Ridge, JJ1. and i James - 
( Judy ) Polley of Milwaukee, 
W{s.'; one brother; and seven 
grandchildren. 

.. Interment was at Hillside 
IC^meieoJnlAntiochlErie 



ds desiring may make con- 
tributions to the Scholarship 
Fund at Antioch Community 
High School, the United 
Methodist Church of Antioch 
or the American Cancer 
Society in his memory. 







Interment!. was private, 
ArrangemenuT^were made" Cemetery in Antioch 
by George H. Justen and Son 
-FuneraTHome: 



FredChlsholm 



Walter Meyer 

Funeral services for Walter 
Meyer, 89, of Mumdelein 
were held on Tuesday, June 
25 in Mundelein. 

Mr.-Meyer-died^on Thur- 
sday, June 20 in Melbourne, 
Ark. He was horn on.Oct. 28, 
1 895 m^Mundeleln, and had 
been a life long riesidfent of 
this area. 
He was a veteran of World 



Memorial services for Fred 
John Chisholm. 88>..of Wao% 
sworth were held on Sunday. 
June23inZion. 

Mr. Chisholm died on 
Saturday, June 15 at his 
home. He was born on Dec. • 
20,1896 in Boston, Mass. and' 
had resided in Wadsworth 
for the past 50 years. 

He retired in 1972 from the - 
Chicago Tribune where he 
had worked fur. $5 years as a ' 



Survivors include three 
sons. Gordon (Diane) 
Kiesgen offspring Grove, 
Donald (Marilyn) Kiesgen of 
; Antioch and Jack "I Char) 
Kiesgen of Fox Lake; four 
granddaughters; three gran- 
dsons; one great- grandsonr - 
two brothers; one sister; and 
—a host of niecesV nephews, 
' great-nieces, great- nephews 
and other relatives. 



War 1 and a member of the "■ .photo engraver. He had ser- 
Mundelein American Legion i'."'Ved during World War I w^th 



Post 867. ,. 

Survivors . include two 

daughters, Lila (Ray) 

Wilson of Arkansas and Joan 

•rJack)~Ho5kiiis Tofr Cape 



the United States Navy. He 
was also a member, of the 
American Legion Homer 
Dahringer Post No. 348 of 
Chicago, 



Interment was at Avon 
Centre Cemetery, north of 
GrayslakeT^" 'Z_ 

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Lake resident for the past 25; 
years was held on Thursday, 
June 20 in Ingleside;- 
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Tuesday, June IS at her 
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1103 PRICIO BIOKT i Almost 1600 foci of. living 
space. Maintenance free brick, three- bea'roofrr 
ranch. Genlral air and a full basement, low 70*ilft 
f)06 QUIET AND Of AN Centrally (cxtt!ed7 2 
plus bedroom, maintenance free ranch mith 
fireplace and year-round fun porch. Convenient 
Wddwood location. 

#107 8.5 S A5SUM ABU - Beautiful 3 bedroom 
quod-level In: prestige area. Cathedral I ceilings, 
family room, 2 bath*, and finished basement. Just-' 
listed at $79,900. -'..-, , '\T 

#108 GURNEI RANCH • Sharp 1 year old. 2 
bedroom home.- Immaculate ' and' beautifully 
decorated. Just listed at $76,900. 
1109 PEMBftOOK TOWNHCHJSC .Easy living Is 
yours in this attractive 4 bedroom end unit. 
Aiitiwnonts Include pool, clubhouse and all ex- 
terior maintenance. Reduced to $69,900.- 



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acre lot, must sell, $11,000 
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RUTH ANN HEILER, 
salesperson with the. 
highest sales volume 
for May in tho Liber-, 
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S Warner. A 

Grayslake resident, 
Ruth Ann began sell* 
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February of this 
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■Y OWNER i arlcfctroodi', 
2% bedrooms. \'A baths, 
large kitchen. 2 car 
garage. Waukegdn' area. 
Call for appointment after 
5 p.m. 

(312)662-1724 

1-26-59- 

WU RIAL E*ia re buyer's 
Guide tor lake . hornet.'- 
. businesses/;, resorts . ■ and 
" cottages - In— Northern- 
Wisconsin. Write Hunter 
Really, 510 Lincoln, 
Rhlnefender, W1 54501. Or 
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(7)5)362-1242 < 
1-26-14- 

-MOVINO_MU«_^SalL 
raised ranch, newly 
remodeled kitchen with 
stove, microwave and 
dishwasher. 3 bedroom, 
2V> baths, large family 
room with gas fireplace, 
utility room, double, lot, 
privacy location. $59,900. 
' (312)567.5507 
alter 2 p.m. 

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■UY REPOSSESSED homes 

' from government! $1.00 
plus ' repairs/taxes. 
located throughout 

. Illinois/Nationwide! Guar- 
anteed! For details send 
$3.95 to: Homesleod. Bo* 
909-NR56, Inola. OK 74036. 

1-27-52 

INOUSIM, 1 block from 
Duck lake. Home for large 
family or In-lows or 
duplex. 5 bedrooms (3 up. 
2 down) 2 baths, 2 kit- 
chens, all appliances. 
Large . extra lot. Asking 

$59,500. 

(312)223.6348 

3)2) 223-7766. 
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• 6.79 Acres - Frontage' 
'.on North Ave. and! 
:Wltmot Rd. for Single ■'. 
I Family orMulti-Famlly. I 
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30. can be split Into 2 units. 
ompl« parking. 

1312)395-0606 
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furnished apartment, pool, 
tennis, security gale. $500 
plus' utilities and securlh 

deposit. ' ' - 1 " 

(312)546-4764 

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FURNISHED HOME on 1 
acre. 2 bedroom,' 2 
fireplaces, " basement 
recreation room with bar, 
fenced in yard, lake rights 
to Wooster Lake, $600 per 
month, 

• (31 2)546-4764 . 

: -7-26-24 — . 

AKTIOCH 1 BIDROOM 

opart ment., $325 per mon- 
th, security deposit. 
(312)395-0606 
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room in country home (on 
Roberts Road). Female, 
S55o week. 
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7-26-20-^ 




ANTIOCH 3 bedroom 
ranch, 2 car garage, beach 
rights. $590 per month. 

(312)395-5373 
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IN HALF! 

From our list of clients 
you choose the ' most 
compatible person of 
the same sex and age 
group, - likes and 
dislikes. References 
checked .-""thoroughly. 
Serving all of Lake 
County. 

For appointment call*. 

K W Enterprises 

(3 \1\ 1494)434 

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Unfurnished classroom 

for rent $250 per month 

per room. Prefer to 

rent, in multiples of 3 or 

more. 

Utilities and janitorial 

services included. ' • 

Holy Name Church 

W.lmot.vV.s. 
(414) tM>2^466 



OFFICE SPACE 

FOR REIT 

In Wauconda 

,3,000 Square Ft 

Space ' 

Can Be Divided 

(312) 526-9200 



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qcres. Located In Lake Villa Township, living 
quarters and business combination possible. In- 
ground pool'. Must sell or leovo. S87.500. 
Immediate occupancy. 

(312) 336-6999 or - 
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Charming Cape Cod In excellent location; Walk to 
stores, schools, lake. Oak floors, plastered walls, 
newer hot water heat boiler, newer roof. Entrance 
(oyer, living room with f I replace, 3 bedrooms, I h 
baths, formal dining room, full basement and 2 car 
garage. Lovingly cared-for. through, the years. 
$76.000. . .:^--~: 

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bedroom Duplex.' - !'•■ car 
garage, all appliances In- 
cluding W/D. Available 8- 
1-85. $490 per month plui 
utilities. Call 

(815) 459-8750 

alter 4:30 a.m. 

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NEWLY FURNISHED 

sleeping rooms. Two com- 
mon living rooms; i two 
baths, kitchen facilities. 
Bachelor men. preferred. 
References needed. $50 
per week.. 

(312)546-3295 
- 7-2997 



rUtNISHIO APARTMENT. 

second floor, clean, heat 
Included, dose la CLC, 
su I table for one respon- 
sible, _neot. adolt.rwtih.r.Q. 
quiet lifestyle, ■ nan- 
smoker, no pets. $350 per 
month 

(312)223-2459 
'■* ^ — 7-f 



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] MYHWOODAPT.^ 

On* badroem. - Round Ink* 
AjMrtmanl. Carp»l»d. air condi- 
lioo«i, tabt: All ulllllirt ■■• 
c»p< • l*rtrk. $330 p«r month. 
N«wV r***coro)*d. - ■', 

(312) 546-5131 

6 p.m. lo9p.m 




GURNEE 

1 Bedroom apartmenli 
Air, carpeted, heal includ- 
ed. No security deposit' for 
qualified persons. No Pets. 

Rent $390 

Carriage Hoaie 
Apartwenft 

4390 McClure 
Curnee, III. 60031 

(312) 244-1616 



LAKELAND News- 
's Classified ad can 
p you turn unwonted 
items Into cosh. To sell 
almost anything, fust call 
our office nearest you. 

GBATSLAKI MEN'S furn- 
ished bed/sitting room, 
$50 per week. 

(312) 234-5100 

ext. 243 
• weekdays .** 

(31 2)54*61 25 — — 

evenings arid weekends 

leave messsoge 

7-26-9 



"PAMIIV Of, * odufts 
looking for 3 ' bedroom 
home with 1 % or 2 baths, 
basement or family room. 
Rent or rent with option to 
buy. Grayslake. or Round 
Lake area. Need as soon' 
as possible. 

(312)491-0550 
8 -26-86 
NON-SMOKING, * non- 
drinking family of 4 desires 
to rent 3 bedroom house In 
Grayslake, Wauconda 
area. 

(312)432-8250 
— - — 8-26-32— — - 

WANTED TO Rent: 3 or 4 
bedroom house in 
Wauconda. .-. References. 
Ask for Laurie. 

(312)526-9703 
days 

—^(mmt&mr- — 

offer 6 p.m. 
. 8-27-10 



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SEMI TRUCK 
DRIVING 

JOB ASSISTANCE 
O.O.T. CDJnFICATIO N 

CLASS D. LJCENSI 

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GUARANTEED 

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(312)623-5372 
NORTHEASTERN 

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(312)234-2066 

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control weight, smoking, 
phoblos, stress. Certified 
Clinical Social WorkeK ', 
(312)234-2065 ; .. 
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. 30-26-74 , , 



SISTER LUTK A Reader ft 

Advisor give advise on oil 
matter* .of III*; She can r 
and will help you. One visit 
■ will convenience you. v- 
r , (312)336-1524 

- (312)360-9569 

30-29-15 ' 

'OUTERS AND Sellers corn's; 
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APARTMENTS 



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Grayslake 
Grand Opening 

fientd Urritf from $420 
Inwdstte OcmpcBKj 
Models Open Daily 
1 1 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Luxury brand new 1 
& 2 bedroom apart- 
ments with large 
separate dining 

room, air condition- 
ing, dishwasher, 
carpel, laundry 
facility, balcony or 
patio, in private set- 
ting. 



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$420-9490 

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Manna MarKKternefn 
(3ft)680-ftt)0 



Located off Route 
120 one mile west of 
Route 83 to Neville 
Dr. left on Neville ft 
follow signs. 

Or Call 



Marung fnanageinenT 
(312)680.7700 



WANTED TO RENT In 

Northern Lake or McHsnry 
counties, teach or looking 
for .small (2 bedroom) 
house. Musi be clean. 
Excellent references. 
(Would 700ns ider " apart- 
ment). 

(815)591-2385 

3 Collect 
-£■26-72 



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FROM A PROFESSIONAL 

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(Inui lor Bmk and Advonod Training, Glotvory and Tutoring. " 

Call Marianne at (312) 367-WAHG 
Accutype Business Services, Inc. 

1641 N; Milwaukee Ave., Suite 14. 
libertyville, Illinois . 





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FACTORY DIRECT - lane- 
National Is selling quality 
clear span buildings below 
dealer cost, sizes from -30" 
to 250", various lengths, 
quantity limited. Call 24 
hours. • 

(800)521-0334 
enrt.B60 



LAID 

lor side 

(414)877-3367 
— 26-26-7 



Off pointer looking 
work. Coll Tom. 



-9-26-13- 



AU STEEL buildings,. 30, 
40. SO. 60 foot wide and 
up. Mutt sell immediately • 
factory to you. 

(800) 468-2055 
9 -26-12 



WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for on employer or an em- 
' ployee. Lakeland's Em- 
ployment Guide will make, 
—your search o success.—— 

"■' WILL DO your painting. 
Little or big. Experienced 
interior and exterior. 
'References. ' 

(414)877-3428 
26-29-3 — 




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Summer is 
Always Hot at 
Lakehurst West! 

No matter what the thermometer - 
reads, it's always hot at Lakehurst 
West. That's because we've gotmorc 
to make your summer funrAnd there's 
even more to do nearby like: shopping, 
golf, boating, dining, an d ente rtainment. 
Comcintoday and find out what makes 
WaukegatVs premier rental community : 
so hot. 

• 1,2, & 3 Bedroom Apartments 

• Private Balcony or Patio 

• 2 Outdoor Pools 

• Private Lake , 

Z. *-— -* *-»e 

• Air_C6nditioning 




The IMCEE "A; 

professlonol show should 
have a professlonol em- 
cee" 

Morcetla'A. Hardin 
Waukegan, III. 60085 
; (312)360-0115 
— 7^: -3 5-TFi4 7 

NAILS BY SANDY • at 

home service available. 

For oppolrilment coll:. 

(312)6899530 

or 

. (312)689-0853 

3 536=75 - — 




CtiMStrrlees 








LAWN CUTTINO. 

reasonable.-'-' 

estimates. 

(312)5464027 

(312)546-7915 

35-TF- 



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Free 



JOB RESUME. $9.00 

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Aries (Mar, 2 J -Apr. IS) Headstrong moves ere not ad- 
vimWc at Uus time. Appearances arc deceiving and what 
you are offered may not be whet you get. Scratch any 
tendency to make rash promises. 

Tear as (Apr. 20- May 201 Celestial Influences favor the 
formation of new lelauonahips. Move into different areas 
as they open up for you. Be receptive to new and im- 
portant information as well. , 



A • DICK 311 offset 

printer, $650 or best off sr. 

(312)540-4661 

(312)5460683 
— j — 42-27-45-: - 

PRIVATI ISTATI 

sole— IBM's Selectric II and 

■III. From. 1395, New 

electronic and ■ memory 

typewriters -frbm - $400.- 

Perlect c «n d 1 1 1 o n , 

guaranteed. - 

(312)640-6435: 
_ 42-28.81. 



GesslWI (May 2 1 -Juno 20) The delay you arc about to 
encounter may eeem like an irritant. But j 
how well it works in your favor.- You con al 



ousoonaee 
so expect to 



now. 



Csjn,eer (Juno 21-Jul 201 Anxious abouL finally lekl 
the inillativo? Don t be. Signs favor bolder action nc 
If you're prepared to move, do it. Your example helps 
others make important decisions. 

U-o (JuL 21-Aug. 22) Short Lcrm relationships offer lots 
of glitter and litUe more. That 'a okay if that's what you 
want for now. Expect to atrike a solid gold commitment 
. later on. Be patient. 



Dishwasher,-DisposaI 

• Clubhouse 

• Tennis Courts 




Vl r K» (Aug. 22-Sept, 22) I ndependen t action Is advised 
at tfus time. Once you know all the facia aurroundinff 
your Intended moves, move forward. Others mean we 




tyou 

. _ /CS| m 

but they may impede progress. 

Libra {Sep L 23-Oct 22) Creative aspects are high. Con- 
aider doing something you have put off because you felt 
Inadequate. Whatever you donl know, you can learn. 
Excitement surrounds you. : _. . 

Seorple (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) I Care, caution and conaidera- 
tion mark the "C a on which you sail towards success. 
Those in s position to promote you will be impressed 
by your attention to details. . 

SsBjIlcaurlas (Nov. 22-Dec, 21> Domestic squabbles 
could impede your professional coals. Enlisting the aid 

around. Ex- 



AQHA; J TEAsT gelding; 
Reody to show. Excellent 
conformation. 1 year Arab 
filly, super breading, 
gorgeous chestnut. 
Reasonable, 

(815)648-2809 
4 7-27-5 



GwtdTOnasToEal 



a" Rental Community 
500 Lakohursi Ruud 



Wauki Part. Illinois 60085 

(312) r464 . 

I^ikchui .«cit is cunvctmrnily locute d jn>l v.ol uF l^ikchurM Mull' 



t^ 



could impede your professional goals. Enli 
of kin in your behalf could change things 
poet most to agree to help. 

Csprleorn (Dec 22-Jan. 19) You'll be the one who will 
have to set up tho arrangements for an important event. 
Though your skills help cut much of the work In half, 
much more remains to be done. - . 

Aejurl«a (Jon. 20-Feb. 18) Forgi 
. been your style. Why change now? 1 g 
you to nurse your anger. -Your pain 
to overcome your resentment 



, vlncss has always 

gnoro those who tell . 

eases as you Icorn 



Pliees^Pcb. 19*Mar, 20) Your instlncls are right in 



Pick Your Own 

RED 

RASPBERRIES 

80' a Pint 

On Hwy. 45, 2 miles 
South of. Union Grove 
0^12 miles North of 
i re Line, Wise. 
Qally7AM4PM. 



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RAM BLACK .and nitf 
minioluro plnehart, homo- 
raited, 1 1 weeks old. tails, 
dewclawt, eart and tholi 
dona. AKC registered. 
Champion bloodline. v2 
main, 1 female.' •' {•■ 
(414)6*9.8057 . 

■51-26-33^- 

aiP AND SAVIt AKC toy 
•poodlet ttud. service 

*""%$$£'■ 

evenings v 
51-26-^- 




DRUMS ludwlg Vistalllo, 7 

drums. 6 Zilglans, caiet, 

Synthttlttr$650r 

(815)344-3433 

After 6 p.m. 

-52-26-62 



wood Dr.. Gray.lake. 
_f dooy^anduSaturdoy.- o 

a.m. to 3 p.m. Microwave 
, cabinet, humidifier, desk 

metal cabinet, dlthe^ 

clothing, etc. _ . 

GARAGE SALE-June 28 
•and'. 29. Dlthwather. 
microwave, light fixtures, 
light blut bathroom fix-' 
turtt & much more. 707 
. Rdcklond Ave., Lake Bluff. 
■North off Route 176 bet- 
ween Green Bay Rd. ft 
: Sheridan Rd... 

-^26.16- 



JARD : «AU ; Thurtddy', 
Friday and Saturday, 8 
:a;m. to 4 p.m. Household 
Items, furniture, bo6kt, v; 
miscellaneous., Kerr .fruit.-. 
|art, golf club*, .bag r and 
con, odd chalrt, lawn 
chain, knlck-knackt, other 
Items, 31 Junior, 
Groyslake. 
. — — 55-26-21 _, — 

HOUSE HUNT1NOT Find 
lust the home : you're 
looking for. In Lakeland 
Newspapers* Classified - 
It's fast and easy I 




EST ATE SAW, Saturday 
June 29th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 

>36635_..W1ldwood. Drive, 
Lake Villa (lake Mlllnoor 
area). Household furniture - 
Including living room furn- 
iture. China and crystal, 
■moll kitchen .appliances, 
dishes, (amps and 
miscellaneous. Garage 
Items including tools, lawn 
chairs,/ ladders, -etc. 
Directions: north on route ■ 
83 to Engle Drive, right on 
Engle to Wltdwood (next to 

. fast street)/ right to ad- 
dress. Handle With Core, 
Estate Service, Condell 

'Memorial Hospital 
Auxiliary. 
. ,-55-26-28 



OABAOr4*ttrjimT"28. 
29/-10-a.m.-5 'p.m., fun- 
niture, household, - men's 
suits, 42 long, 40-50 oldies. 
109 Oak lone, Twin Lakes, 



55^42= — - 

NEW! EVERY SATURDAY! ' 

lF|ea Mbrket 
Waukegan Drive-ln 

On Washington SI. at Route 41 
Sellers7;72~Sa1UiTJo^o7W,^ 

Buyers Free • For June 
Information: . 

(312)662.4229 



CHURCH 
RUMMAGE 

Sat., June 29th 
9 to 5 



ST. I6UTI0S CHURCH 

Antloch, III. 

(312)587-5506 
itmr "" 

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CLASSIC TAPE recorder- 
Tope-O-Matic, 124. Cat:. . 
tette tape reco rd e r , Sea rs , 
$19. 8 mm camera, Cine- 
Kodak, eight . model 60, 
$36; Tenth Camel- 
Woodsman, $34. 
: (312)223-6353 
.after 5 p.m. 

-£ — 57-2£2— . 

WHOLESALE USS 20%: 
Best flashing arrow- sign. 
Dirt cheapf $259 complete. 
Free letters I Warranty. 
•Low. upkeep. Damage 
resistant fiberglass faces. 
Factory direct. 

(800)423-0163 . 
anytime - 

57-26-U 

FOR SALEt.crib $45, maple 
-high choir $15,- steel frame- 
bike seat with cushion for 
toddler $10, Fedders air 
conditioner B000 BTU $50. 
(312)526-2875 

—57-26-4 

WATIRBED complete 4 
Potter, - etched mirrored 
headboard. New mattress 

In box $250; television set, 

G.E., colored 19 inch $250; 
Dryer, maximum capacity, 
gas, Montgomery Ward, 
$25; Stove, Stewart,' apart- 
ment size, gas, $250. (An- 
tique). 

-(414)843-2064 

57-26-70 -*■ . 

FOLDING WHEfL Chair. 

$300. Chaise lounge, $195; 

medicine cabinet, $100. 

Everything like new;- r 

(312)587-0761. 

(3121356-7611 

. _ evenings only . . .. 

— l: — -57-27-25 

S SPUD girls bike; leather . 
-top drum table; . women's 
. 5-drawor dresser with . 
—glass top and. mirror; king 
size, mattress and. box 
spring, like new. 
.■_ (312)546-3182. 

_ 57 r 26-64 — 

QUEEN SIZE bed complete 
with bookcase headboard, ' 
■$200,,Goif clubs, 4 woods, 
— 8-Jfons,^plus-sandwedgo^_ 
Ben Hogan, like new, $200. 
(312)623-3358 
5 7 -26-94 

POLYNESIAN Spa.- 110 
motor, 3-way [ets, seats 4 
to 6, portable, $1900. 



LIKE NEW Drexel accolade 
*ll, frultwood finish, two 
wall -units, outside 
■curried, 19" wide X' 19" 
deep X79W"hlgh with 3 
adjustable shelves, a pull 
■ out shelf for f.V. or turn- 
table,' behind lower doors 
are record supports. One 
wall unit, 31 W wide X 19" 
deep X 79%" high. Two tan 
suede Barcelona chairs In 
good condition. . 
_ (312)367-5411- 
8a.m. to 11 a.m. 
alter 6 p.m. weekdays 
: anytime Saturday and Sun- 
day - ! 

59-26-32— 




LOSTt TIOER, female kit-, 

ten, declawed. Lost Friday, 

south Groyslake. Reward; ' 

(312)223-3348 

~ . — 65-26-27 

BOAT CUSHION. $50 

reward. Grass Lake-Fox 

Lake oreo. Colors; tan, 

red, dark and light brown, 

with Velcro on back. 

(312)395^900 

ask for Trent " 

65-26-102 



-LEGAL- \. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Or LAKE, •• - 
IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT.. LAKE_ COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS.- 



WANTED TO BUY slot 
machines, any condition or 
parts,' also- old Wurlltzer 
juke boxes" and 
nickelodeons. Paying cash. 

(312)985-2742 
-^- — — 60-TF26-3S — 



' COMPACT Refrigerators. 

Working and reasonable. 

(414)877-2466 

{414)862-6415 

60-27-50 

OLD DOLLS* wonted; 
antique to modern, all 
kinds. Also ports. Top 
prices paid. . 

(312)674-9393 
-60-26-16^ — — 




THAHKS4MV1NG 

NOVINATO 

ST.JUD.E 



Holy St. Judo, 
ina Martyr, 



(312)587-7567 

Ask for Jim 

After 5 p.m. 

—57-26-72- 



Bring Your Ad With Payment 

To The Off ice Nearest You . , . Or Use 

This Handy Order Blank To mail Your Ad! 



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Plus 
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P.O. Box 268 
Groyslake, IL 60030 




PHOTOS POt all : oc- 
casions. Wedding 
Specialist. Professional 
Photos for dffordoble 
prices, Call Brace C. Calry. 

(312)356-2230 _ 
57-26-20 
MOVING-MUST Sell 90 
gallon aquarium with titb 
and supplies. Alto. J.C. 
Pennev r » No Frott 
refrigerator. I.ywr old. 
excellent condition. Call 
for more Information. 

(312)609-1894 
26-116 

JM Equalizing Hitch 
$35.00, Sears Car Top, 
Carrier $25.00, Humfdiller 
$5.00. 

(312)587-9259 
■57-26-43 



FOLDINO wheel , chair, 
$300. Chaise lounge, light 
color, $195, medicine 
cabinet, $100, all like new. 

(312)587-076) 

Evenings only 

(3)2)356-7611 
. Evenings only 

$7-26-73 

OR AND NEW engagement 
ring with matching wed- 
ding bond. Engagement 
ring Is .29 ct.. Value $930. 
asking $750. . 

(312)746-1731 

(312)746-2654 
■ - 57-26=76^ — r 



3 MONTH OLD 20 gallon 
oquarlum with wrought 
Iron stand fltt (2) 20- 
gailont. All accessories 
and light, $95 complete 
~. " (41 4)694?5476 

ROPER 21" rear bag lawn- 
mower, olmott new, $100. 
( 312)356-2849 



CALL- 



- " <%: set^ ,,, »HliaS! ?0 . Jo!tH*"K«o 



^57^26^38: 
POOL PUMP, filter & tarp 
for .24' round pool, $250 or 
best offer. 

(312)395-3195 

57-26-39 

FOR SALE-School but, 

1959 Chevy, 42 patsenger. 

No seats, excellent tires, 

not driven for 2 years. 

Ideal for "ttoroge or 

"convertlon" bett offer. 

(414)877-2466 

■ (414)537-2240 

(414)662-6415 

57-27-51-^ 

HERBAL PRODUCTS.' 
Welaht loss and nutrition 
asseenonT.V.,.....; . 
(3)2)587-2334 '. 
, Dan after )1 a.m. 
.(312)623-8715 ' 
Gory 

-57-28-24 

t 



SWIMMING 
POOLS 

ACTNOWI 

lilinoo" brgnt full-MOn<« peel 
datrfanor mutt srf tmt 1W 
3UI9 ft. family sin pooh, com- 
pM« with huge sun dtdi, ftoct 
an) tills* compWi*. 

For Only 
J87.0* 



--Installation Extra 
Call right now while 
supplies last. 
(400- 831.1 893 

'"24 Hourt A Day 



OH Hoi 

aposllo and Martyr, great 

; Irt . * vlrrue r ". and . rfch In 

mfrdclet, near kinsman of 

. Jesus Christ, faithful In'-] 
tercestor of oft who Invoke, 
your special patronage In 

—time of need r to you-lnave ' 

recourse from the depth of 
my heart and humbly beg 
to whom God has given 
such great power to come 
to my assistance. Help me 
In my present and urgent 
petition. In return. I 
promise to make your 
name known, ond cause 
you to be Invoked. Soy 
three Our Fathers, three 
Hail Marys and Glories for 
9 contecutlve dayt. 
Publication mutt be 
promised. St, Jude pray for 
ut all who Invoke your aid. 
Amen, : this Novena hat 
never beer, known to fall. 

Publication Promised 
W.R. 

MAOia AN. Tom Hubbard 
It available for children, 
adult and family shows . 

._^W>\^— ■ 

PONT RIDES • Invite oyr 

ponlet" to your "Kld't 
Birthday Party. We bring 
'em to you. 

. (4*4)843-4107 

— 63-26-69 —. . 

A LAKELAND News- 
paper's Classified ad can 
help you 'turn unwanted 
Items into cash. To tell 
almost anything, just call 
-our office nearett you c 1 



« 



Furniture* 



-Thursday7Jurrar27r1 985 



:£u?.4,: r , : ,_:...:._, _ 




"OLD DINING room table 
with 6 chalrt plus custom 
pod. Excellent condition, 
$795. 

' (312)587-9190 

-59-26-34;;: 

■UTERS AND Sellers come' 
together every week In' 
. Lakeland Classified. 

CONTEMPORARY dining 
room table with leal, teatt. 
8, plut 4 chalrt, $295; 

(312)382-5998 ■ 
. Evenings 
59-26-63 . ' 



!IHE FOX LAKE KILLS! 

PROPERTY OWHERS 

ASS0CIAH0N 

low accepting bids lor: j 

Tte ConstiuClion 
Of A 

Seawall 

All bid's must be 

•received by 
August I, F985 
and wailed to: 

P.O. Box 131 

LokeVTltoJII.bOOWl 

Coll H. Kennedy) 

For Specif! cations 

(312)5877699 



Federal National Mortgage 
Association, a cof poration. 
Plaintiff ," ; 

Vs.. 
Jeffrey F. Hanlerl, et at.. 
Defendants. 
No.:B5CH-72. 

The requisite affidavit 
"for publicattoTi having 
been filed, notice it hereby 
given you, Jeffrey F. " 
Ranter), Deborah L. Ranlerl 
ond Covered Bridge 
To wnhous e Association. "* 
defendant (s) Injthe above ..^ 
' entitled suit, that "the said ' 
suit has been commenced 
In the Circuit Court of Lake 
County. Chancery Division, 
by the said plaintiff against 
you ond other defendants,, 
praying for the foreclosure 
of. a certain (Mortgage) 
conveying .the premises 7 . 
described as. follows, to- ' "' 
■ wit: ' 
' PARCEL 1 -. Unit U-048 In • - r 

Heatherrldge Pari of 
.Neighborhood No» 3, 

Phase ), being a 
v . Subdivision in Section 

28, Township 45 North, 
.Range II, Eatr.af thw :" 
Third Principal 

Meridian, according to ' 
the Plot thereof 
reco rded "A prlf 26, 

1978, at Document — 

1912812, In,. Lake' 
County, Illinois. 
PARCEL 2.- Non- 
Exclusive Perpetuol 
Easement for the 
benefit of PARCEL I for 
Ingress ond Egress to 
public tfreett and 
roods over and across 
the common areas, at 
created by the Um- 
brella Declaration, 
recorded June 25, 197S, 
at Document 1714903, 
at amended from time 
to time, commonly. 
known at: ,907 Clark 
Drive. Gumee, Illinois . 
60031. 

and Which said (Mortgage). 
wot mode by Jeffrey F. 
Ranlerl ond Deborah I. 
Ranlerl, Mortgagors, to 
Franklin Savings 

Association , at ' (Mor- 
tgagee), and recorded In 
the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of lake County, , 
Illinois, * at— document- — 
number 2059042, and for 
other relief; that summons 
wot duly issued out of told 
Court agalntt you as 
provided by law, ond that 
the tald tutt It now 
pending. 

Now, therefore, unless 
you, the told above named 

defendonl(t), lile . your 

answer to the Complain! in 
the said suit or otherwise, 
moke your appearance 
therein, in the office of the 
Clork-oLtheiCfrcult Court 
of Lake County, in the Lake 
County Courthouse, .. 
Waukegan. Illinois, on or 
before the 29th day of Jury,- 
1985, default may be 
entered agalntt you at any 
time after that day and a 
Judgment entered In 
accordance with the 
- prayer of taid Complaint. _ 

Dated, Waukegan, 
Illinois, June 27th, 1985. 

Sally D.Coffell. 
Clerk 

Kropik, Papuga A Show, 
Attorney(t)for.Plaln»HI — ^ 

Mailing: Jeffrey F. Ranlerl 

and Deborah L Ranlerl , 

907 Clark Drive, ; 

Gurneo.IL 60031 

June 27, July 4 

' andLW.1985 

■ . - 685D-226-GP 






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GURNII 
ZONING NOTia 

PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby 
given to all persons In the 
Village of Gurnee, Lake 
County; Illinois, that a 
■, public hearing will be held 
in the Gurnee - Municipal 
Building, 4573. Grand 
Avenue, Gurnee, Illinois, 
* on July .17, 1985, at 7:30 
P.M., on iho petition .of 
Mark Jackson to amend or 
change 'the terms of the 
Gurnee Zoning Ordinance 
No. 80-29, by amendment, 
to as. to reclassify certain 
real estate described at 
follows, to-wil: 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION. ' 

The N 28 Rods of the S 

68 Rods (Measured at 

- Rt Angles to the S Line) 

of all that Part of the NE 

-V* of See 22. T45N.RI i; 

E of the 3rd PM. Lying 
Easterly of the Center' 
Line of State Rt 63 and 



Drawn Parallel with tfv 
Westerly 'R.O.W.'/Llne" 
of the Com Ed Co (As in 
Existed 8/1/60) and 60' 
.N Westerly therefrom 

". (Measured at Rt Angles 
thereto) In Lake 

: County, IL AND the N 
22 Rods of the 5 40 Rods 
(Measured at Rt Angles 
to the 5 Line) of all that 
Part of the NE '/« of Sec 
22T45N, Ranger 11, E of 
the 3rd PM, Lying 

-Easterly of the Center 
Line of State Rt 63 and 
Westerly of the 
Westerly R.b.W.^Line ' 
of the Com Ed " Co". '"In -^ 
Lake County, IL. . 

from a. R-2,- single family, 
residential; district itol o' '■ 
planned unit development , 
with underlying zoning of 

-0/B'2,-eommunfry business — 
(9 acres), and R-6, multi- 

fomlly (3 acres). : 
. Said property Is located 



>n-the-eo»Hlde-of-Rh-2l7— -B & 
Immedlalely across from < V^'^r^ft-feff 
the service entrance to Slk^,^ ifjij H^,,, t0 

*%d^_M__*l end « n * rol >-lgh», smoking. 
Said petition, and phob ,„' # ft £„. Certified 

'•*««» .?!• on ■■«••. «"id gun^kcioi Wor K.r. 

■':'■ (3i2J_234.2066 ^ 

Free consultation r 



,:._:.:..■ . —LEGAL— 

TO: Kongo* & Llndskog, Bank of Waukegan, Trust 1005; 
Vlllage of Gurnee, Illinois, their heirs, spouses, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any: OCCUPANTS or PERSONS in - . 
possession and UNKNOWN OWNERS or PARTIES in- 
terested In the hereinafter described real estate. Tax 
Deed No. 82 TX 104. ._____. 



avaltabte for examination 
In the office of the Zoning 
Administrator ' a), the 
Gurnee Municipal 
Building, 4573 . Grand 
Avenue, Gurnee, Illinois. 

All persons. Interested 
are. Invited to attend said 
hearing and bo heard. 
. DATED: June 24. 1985 

PLAN COMMISSION. 

VILLAGE OF 

GURNEE, ILLINOIS 

BY: James T. Hayner, 

,_..' - Zoning Administrator 

<0X "*■".". June 27.1985 

685O-206-GP 



WANT TO SHARE a rirJe 
from' Vernon Hills .-"West- 
moreland, .Dr. to Fort 
Sheridan. Coll: 

. (312)326-7438 
.after 6 p.m. 
-T72 -25-12 



M ATURS LOVING Woman 
to .'■ care for 9 month old 
child In. my Gurnee home. 
Average 2 days per week. 



A LAKIIAND News- 
paper's Classified od con 
help you: turn unwonted 
Heme Into cash. To sell 



-T30-26-5- 



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JAFRA SKIN Care Com 
sultant, Lisa Banford. , 
(312)234-2066 
Free consultation 
;• -"'". t30-26-6 



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flexible ■ hours, excellent' almost anything.' lust call 
pay, own transportation. ^^-o\jrottk*n*er9ttymi^r_^r 
(312)249^4568 

, 14-26-24 

BABYSITTIR WANTED - 1 
dav & 3 nights a week. My 
' home and. own trans- 
portation preferred. - 
-(312)689-0318 
before 5 p. r 
-17- 



■fore 5 1 
— 14-2cV-l 



,m. 



GUITAR USSONS - All 
styles. Call Eric Sundberg 
of the 4th Army Band. 

(312)433-1893 «... 
-.-- After 12:30 p.m.- ■"** 

" _ T 2 1-26-3 I t 
A— lAklVANO— News^ 
paper's Classified od can 
help . you turn unwonted. 
Items Into cash. . 



BUYERS AND Sellers come] 
together every week In' 

Lakeland Class! lied. Try It- 
and see I '.'.' .'> 



additional licensed 
Real Etta re 
Salespeople...; My 
training includes op-. 
praising. £qI| 

: 'Mr. Knox 

(312)662-1380 



OWNER OPERATORS 

Semi-Dumps 
(Trailers. Avaiioble) 

Bulk Tramport, Inc 
(312)29816311 



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♦>••*•■»■ tltlll^ , 



WAITRESSES • 

; Over 21 , Day Shifts And; 
LOVING PERSON to core — | Some Evenings. ... .-.:; 
for2schooragechjjarenJn : -^ <xi: Apply In Person I 
my home, 25 • 30 hours per " ; Alex's Pilia PUD • 
,week.-OwnJranspartatlon j^ 69 E f Crond Ave. —' 



a plus. 



(312)223-8184 
"14-26-1— 



Fox Lake, III. 



LIGHT 

DELIVERY 

Excellent Pay.;;: 
Call 
(312)587-3089 

HOUSI HUNTlNOt Find 
^Mutfcijhe i. home you're 
looking for In Lakeland '■ 
-r-N«wipop*raV'-'-Cla>iifled^r 
. ' It's fait and easy I 




TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake 
Date Promises Sold: December 14. 1932 - 

Certificate No;: 0705:203-060 - - 

Sold For General Taxes (Year) 1 981 
Sold For Special Assessment of (Municipality )N/A 
And Special Assessment Number: N/A 
Worrant No.: N/A. Inst. No.: N/A ,t- 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLO 
fOR DELINQUENT TAXES . 
Properly located ot lot 125 feet South of Adele Drive on 
West Side of Riverside Drive* in the Village of Gurnee. 
Legal description or permanent index No.: P.I.N. 07-15- 
203-060. 

This notice is lo advise you that the above property has . 
been sold lor delinquent faxes and that the period of 
redemption Irom the sale will. expire on November 22, 
1985, as extended. \ ; . 

This official notice is also to advise you that a petition - 
has been filed for a Tax Deed which will transfer title and 
(he right to possession of this property if redemption is 
not made an or before November 22, 1 985. ■ . 

This matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on November 25. 1985. You 
rriay^bie pr«e1nt^rjHis^Keafing _ bTirydu7 _ rtght'"lorredeem — 
wit) already have expired at that time. . ,. 

... YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM 

IMMIOI ATELY TO PREVENT LOSS OT PROPERTY 
Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
November 22. 1985 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the' County Courthouse In Waukegan, 
Illinois. .-_ _____ 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

Knoll Development Company, 

' Purchaser or Assignee 

June 27, July4andll, 1985 

685D224-GP 



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YARD SALE, June 29th, 
126-C Bullock Drive at Fort 
Sheridan, 9 a.m. to 4 p.rn..^ 
Clothing, toysand mdre.. 
, T55-26-11 




POUND ALU gray kitten, 

' do'clawed; vicinity of Cedar 
Lake Road and Woodland, 
Round Lake Beach. 

(312)356.5133 . 

days 
(312)546-5504 \ 
: .-. ' ■■ ■ evenings 
-26-31 



''AWtlOftt 



I WIU CARE for your child 

in my (Llndenhurst) homo. 
Lunch, inackir activities, 
large .yard. .Full or Part 
time. Age 4 and up. " 

(312)356-5349 r . 
—1 5-26-44 



;$mm&3&. 



PUBLIC A UCTION 

Juno 29th 1:04 P.M. Provio w - Noon 
Etta to of Joseph Jegl AnttI 

Located At: 417 Main St... Genoa City, Wis. 8 Miles 




ATTENTION!! 

Yoaoj M«o 4* Women 

♦oraciHiip 

*SAUSDEPT. 
_ MANAGER 



TRAINEES 

Summer 



Jobs Available ■ 

Can Earn: 

Port-limb $7 per hoar 

- Ml Time ^ 

S360Per Week 

Mr. Adams 

(312)449-1920 



rWoi PART-TIME 

• ORAL SUR6ERY 
ASSISTANT 

—fULLTIME— 



•RECEPTIONIST 

Experience Preferred 

Pitas* send Stum* to: 

:-^f. e,o;id¥1000^ rr ~ 

c/o Laksland Newspaper! 

P.O.Box 268 

Graysloke, 111. 60030 



.Genoa O 
from Lake Geneva, Take Cty. H (Ol 
signs. . 

1976 -TOYOTA COROLLA 



ty.Wis. 

Id 12} watch for 



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Items lo Include: Class Door- Bookcase; 'Duneon Phyfe 
Drum . Table, Martha Washington Sewing Cobinet, 
_fledrDem_et^Sleeper_Sola,J^rt-.DjKo_Shoying Mirro r. 
Recllner, Hongtng Chondelltr, Bisque Dell, Costume 
Jewelry, .12 Marble Eggs, Commode, 20 Inch Boys Bike, 
Ouol B Movie Projector. Movie Editor, Enometwore. Weber 
Grill, Upright Freezer. Old Tin Type Photos. Oak Cobinet... 
Old- 78 Records. Linens, Copper Wash Tub, Sheet Musk, 
Old Books By Kipling. Stevenson and Mory Relnhort. 
Many, many more iltms too numerous to mention at this 
time. . ', '■ . ■ 

~T*tmir C6ih~ot Check with' Identification. No 
Minimum*. No Reserves. - .-- '~ ; 

Skeen's Lake Geneva Audion Co. , Inc. 
(414)248-7048 , 



TOYS-FUNS* 

Sun tkm DwiMH tr oKw) ypafay Se^i 
md JM tor Ammkm Heim Tof f"pr- 
Mm. ton up Id 21% Cm_h_. »to 
Mkeiy or CtBMtaf. Cor ond Kan 
nKatton;. ' "' , 

8ia>*s»«»i-r— 
13) 546-2444 






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Part'JImm 
Scki Office 
CvftomerSevv/cw ! 
Orthr Taking and 

Expediting 
$om» Diet option • 
Miller Soloi 
(113) SleVtSOO 



Part-Tioie 

Alterations 
Person • 

rtoxiblo Schedulo. Ex- . 

perience necessary In 
.Bridal Alterations; Full 
. company " benefits^ In- 
.dudlng hospitalization,' 

paid holidays, . dental : 

and life Insurance, paid 
-vacations, — ^_px_L_ 



sharing and employee 
discounts, 

J. C. Penney 

■ Affty tmwmi l9__t 

'-•- ■ULUflJL 

e*^RJ»»l<IP|"*R* 

tqvai Opportunity (mplof. 



|-CK2K3KSK!K3Kaa 
• HAlrllDiAriCE 
ASSISTANT 

— Full Time ~*r— 



Experience required: 

Afso accepting ap- 
plications for: 

Vfrout desk 



CLBK 

■ # - 
. Apply In Person 

Tte Sbcntw- 
ffsstejeii Ian 

-200 M. Cretn B*| M. 

rViultgsn, III. 



What Is A Garage Sale Without 
A Lakeland Newspapers' 
Classified Sign 9 



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to-r. 



TaEind! 



Lakeland Ctassified's bright sign is just one of the items 
you'll find in our helpful Garage Sale Kit. And this kit is yours 
FREE. All you do is advertise your Garage Sale in Lakeland 
Newspapers. 



Thinking of having your own 
Garage Safe? If so, be sure to 
advertise ji . .in' ' T Lakeland 
Newspapers, Just stop by any of 
our offices to place your .ad, and 
pick up your FREE Garage Sale 
Kit. 



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BECOMFA 
JOBS TEMPORARY 

Enjoy a port-timo 
career and keep your 
valuable skills In tune. 

Wo Heed Qualified 

■ * Word Prcceisors 



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AHTIOCH HCMTTH JCHICAOO' 

VSaMelnSt. ItllOwnSirU, 



— * Secretaries 

* Kef Puncher* 

* CRT Operators 

•Typists 
* Bookkeejwn 

* General Ckffcd 

Long and Short Tnrtn 
Assignments . 




A (uoewory OtKkfde, Ine. , 

117W. Lck.S!., 
Llbertyvllle 
(312) 362-T770 
■ 29th Year 



Full or Part-Time. 

Day or Night Hours 
Persons Needed For 

GENERAL 
OFFICE WORK 

No Prolessfonal 
Skills Necessary. 
Good Pay. 

(31 2)587-30 89 

PART-TIME 
YOUTH PASTOR 

Foitk Prrsbyttriar) Church of 

MtHenry it tteking a IS hour a 
wwk Youth Potter to providt 
Ifodcnbip, progrom develop- 
men) and odminitlration for 
youth olotlogw. ,.„„' 

Contact 8o¥. Snyder 
(815) 385-5388- 
OrBIIIWelnmonnot 
(815) 344-1343 

Ordination not necessary 



PRESCHOOL 
TEACHER 



Wanted in 
Bristol/Wilmol 
area. Previous ex- 
perience a plus. 
Only Certified 
need apply. 

~ Send Resume To: 

lot. No. 102 f 

t/o lakttand Newspapers 

30S.mitn*ySt. 

P.O. Bar 26$ 

Oraytlake, III. 60090 



Now Accepting 
Applications for 

. Part-time, 

Police Officers. 

Must be 21 years of age. 
ExperJence Preferred 

Applications may be picked up 
at: 



LAKE VILLA 

VILLAGE HALL 

65 Cedar Ave. 
Lake Villa, Illinois 




Banking 

TELLER 

ruu. TIM* 

Previous Taller experience ond 
good communication skills we 
required lor this lull lime peti- 
tion in our'Afttioch officeVFor 
complete 'details, plena 
contact: ' 

(312)383-5000 
Jit. 430 .;:"_■.... 
GreatAmsrican 
Federal Saningt 



tquol opportunity fnptoffmft 



COST ACCOUNTANT 



Immediate opening lor on Individual with a B8A or BS 
degree in accounting ond 3-5 yeart cott.occountlng ox- 
periance In a manuol/outomoted environment. — -- - - 
individual will be reipomlble lor our existing system and 
Identification ond Implementation ol ■ needed lm- 
provemanlt. Data procettlng, . microcomputer.^ ond. 



general accounting experience oreaplui. 
' Good stoning salary ond Irlnge beneflti 



Send your resume to 

Clarence Burnt 

Industrial Relation* Manager 

fquol Opportunity fmpioff Wf 



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Dynapar Corporation 



,l675N.DetanyRd; -, Gurnee, Illinois 

■ Oj < pt oppor tunity 4m phy ir m/f- 



24A lakelond Newspapers: 




Thur id ay, June 27, 1 985 



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PART-TSMK 
Cleric Typist' 

20 Hour* Par .Week 

Apply In Pmrkon at 

H0USIM01D 

^musta; " 

CORPORATION 

Anlloch, III. ■ 

(31 3) 393*3020 . 



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TOOL & DIE 
MAKER 

S'toMr flrw*"* labor p>or r 'dv 
l1ru »v.«l uod pump rranutocfW«r 
ho, a-i •■(•fJanf opportunity for 
cr, indirtfuol »»p«'i«x»d In all 
phsui e< fnacKin* thapor leal 
room op»rotlon, •..-.; 
H..1IC1 j-n 6 r*»> •ipwMnc* <» 
qu*»a\ Muii b* qualilkxi la bviU 
„)„!! and mill |lgt. milling lUMrw 
and i »f . x • pvncli poll d*». 

Uoiirrf — »vc — iiiv . rw-tw fawi 

,o<<y, Ful rang* b«n«flr» pro- 
orom mlh prolll ihorlnfl, For con- 
id. ra'**>, *oB: 

Personnel 

(312)381-7050 

BARH1HT eOHNIT 

Jff/rOT Ccmr-*ttU Ai*X* 
lorringlon, Ul. 60010. 

f quo/ Qfptxlvnlff tm^ttytt M/f 



IS THERE A LOT OF 
MONTH LEFT AT THE 
END OF YOUR 
PAYCHECK? 

Earn full time pay for 
part-time work as a 
decorator consultant. 
PRINCESS HOUSE 

A Colgoto Palmojlve Co. 

Call Sue 

(312)5260355 

1* nrr_ 



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SECRETARY 

Seeking mature 

woman with 
secretarial : .ex- 
perience. Typing, 
shorthand and book- 
keeping required: 
JA g r i c u It u r a I 
background helpful, 
but nal necesicuy-- 
•P/eose send resume 
or call 

(3U)M3-a222" 

Federal Land 
Bank Association 

P.O. Box 361 
Grpvslghe. III. 60030 



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TRIM-RITE, INC. 

is how accepting applica- 
tions for full time 
employmenr 
Expanding smoke meat 
plant located in Waucon- 
da. Looking for energetic 
people to work overtime! 

(312) 526-0333 

For Further Information 



Applications Now Being Accepted For 

CUSTODIAN 

Pull Time 



Housekeeping and General Maintenance. 
Mature, Responsible; Neat Appearing* 
Gentteman. ; ; ■ 

Weekdays 9.00 aTm. to 5:30 p.m. 

Apph/ in Person Fridays Only 
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

306 Peterson Rd. (Hwy. 137) 
.._.. LlbertyvIHe. III. .._". ;..? 




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PART-1 
WITH OWN VAN 

Applications are being sought by Lakeland 
Newspapers lor a driver with own van to 
deliver newspapers to post offices and 
stores on. Wednesdays only. Must be 
reliable and have references. Will work 
from 9 a.m. until finished. Ideal part-time 
job for night worker. 

Contact Bill Schroeder, Jr. 
(312)223-8161 

Lakeland Newspapers 

Gray slake, III. 
"Aff The News And A Whole Lot More" 



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Hm m j0k m a nam r*jpjj *w 

i axe) tmpenrj «r rmrl* SOtt ■> 



CiMihnikjNt 
U»M|rid(m))SfllU 

Abort ihorHeni « npbr fart*, 

Wfiul InoTMCt.' ■■ 




I . J I IT 1 

State Farm Mutual 

MoprMa hwnw Camtnnt 
HarrwQffiw, Uoomington. Bl. 



B 



Parf-Tlnw" 1 " 

* Waitrof set 
*Cook« 

Evenings & Weekends 

NlSWtl Dliertwel 
10 a.m. to 4 p.w. 



«Mnfags bys p tl f w t i 

[ J. C Penney 

L Phone 

I (312)4730300 
I 149Lok.hunt 
I Wauk&gan, HI. 

f- oquoi opportunity »mpfcr r »r 



tore a o e i ii ,> {$»»; 



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■: 



Part- Time ^j| 

(SumrnoFJob Opportunities 1 
Days - fven/ngs - Weekends ' 

•Walton \ 

' Snack Bar Assistant \ 
'Cocktail Waitresses 
. . Must be 21 . 

TTho Bfrchwood C/ufa 

- 1 174 Park Avtnu* Wait 
Highland Park, 111. 

| Call Personnel (312) 831.2040 

Tuesday through Saturday 



| •Waitresses 
| * Busman 

1 1& 1 

I 

t 



BANQUET 
MANAGER 

Ful/ Time • 

Apply in Person 

ANDRE'S 
STEAK HOUSE 

: i mile N. of Rte. 175 

On US. Rle. 12 
- Richmond, IL • 

(815) 678-267 1* 



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TAC0 3ELL 

\ Managers and Assistant Managers : 

■ JEosLg rowing fronchiso needs Manager s and 
j Assistant Managers for McHenry. t-ox taker 
I Round Lake Beach and Mundeieln. 1 year 

• minimum fast food experience in Managers 
| position. Will train for Taco Bell. Uniforms, 
; salary ptus benefits. 

• For Immediate Consideration Coif: • 

/ (312) 948-7732 

• , We will return your call within 24 Hours 

; oquol opportunity otnployor 



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NURSING ASSISTANTS 

All Shifts 

Certification Necessary 

APPLY IN PERSON 

HILLCREST RETIREMENT YIILAGI, INC. 

1740 N. Circuit Dr. 

— Round Lake Beach, III. ~ 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 



Growing ClolhiDj Wp, 

Has Full Time * 

DATA ENTRY 

j Position open. 
Experience a plus. | 

Call Personnel Manager j , 
(312) 234-9491 



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HELP- 
WANTED 

*Cook 

* Bartender 

* Waitresses or 
Waiters 

Apply in Person 

STRUGGLES 

Routes 59 and 173 
Antioch, III. 



I 



OFFSET PRESSMAN 



jfSpeclolty envelope manufacturing company ' 
*ln Waukogan. needs an experienced two- 
-color web offset pressman, for ind shift. .-, 
*Only experienced pressmen need apply. Ex- 
*cellen*- salary and fringe benefit package. 

~~~ Please send resume to:- — ' -jd 



PLANT FOREMAN 

5 Years Experience As Supervisor 
Must Be Self-Starter 
Send Resume To: k 






Box 103 
e/o Lakeland tf&wspapars 

P.O. Box sea 
Graystaka, Illinois 60030 

■ .* _ ■ Equal Opportunity Employer 



40)2 Morrison Dr. 



•■ Gurnee, Illinois 60031 



Would you Tike to 
i 'i '„•(■■ your day to hotp 
o ieiMtt in (heir homo? 

Chore/Housekeeper' 
& Hdhiemokers^ 

KeHed irnmcdialcly In'Aii' 
not* and woucondo areoi; 
Part '.me poiiiion ovoilablt. 
We otter ffciiblo hoursMdn- 
day through Friday . - < 

Call 
(312)1360-0236 

Sll«r*M I M. ft UO JM> 



TELLER 

We have. an entry level position for an 
aggressive oulgoing person interested 
In progressing in the banking Industry. ; 
Must enjoy customer contact. No ex-, 
perlence 'necessary. We will train the 
right person. "* 

Good company benefits competitive 
wage and pleasant working conditions. 

^-iFat Interview CalU -, 



Mr. Marchetti 




500 E. Grand Ave. Lake Villa, Illinois 

(312)356-2181 - 

bjuot Opportuoity Implore 



MODEL MAKER/ 
SHEET METAL LAYOUT 

We seek an individual with o 
~mTnimurn _ of~5~years experience_for_ 
our prototype lighting fixtures. 

We offer o full range of company 
benefits Including pension plan, paid 
holidays, paid vacation and In- 
surance. Send resume with salary 
history in confidence to: 

Personnel Office 

P.O. Box 608 
: Gurnee. III. 60031 

equal Opportunity employer m J 



POSITIONS AVAILABLE 



Earl E. Byrd's 
The Famous Fryers 

Corner of Green Bay & 22nd Street ^ 
'Counter Help •Cashiers 

9 Prep Cooks • Biscuit Bakers 

Full-time and part-time positions dvailabler 
"~ Call 

(312)6OT-flW8(» 

For more information. 




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CLASSIFIED SALES 

Our growing Lake County Company is sock- 
ing the right person to handle diversified 
duties in our Crdvsloke of lice. Accurate 
typing skills, reliability, and attention to ' 
details are a must. 



This position involves heavy telephone 
soles, and o car. Experience helpful, but we 
would be willing to If ain the right person for 
the job. Position Is five (5) days a week from, 
8 a.m. to S p.m. Only persons Interested In 
a career need apply. Salary plus commis-.j 
sion, company benefits and profit sharing. 
Apply At: 

Lakeland Newspapers 

30 South Whitney Street 

Grayslake. III. 60030 . 



PRESSMAN 



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Jhursday, June 27..19.85. 




an equal opportunity employer 



We have an immediate opening In our 
graphic arts depo rtment for an experienced 
Mufrilith/Chiel operalor; tna^ditlSvloDress 
operation, some Baumfolder work and cut- 
ting Is required. Also maintains inventory of 
supplies and paper. Two-color knowledge 
helpful but not required. 



We offer an excellent starting salary and 
fringe package. Qualified candidates may 

appTy at: •. 



IMTERMATIC 

N'c.o"R:P a n a-.t.e a 

. ; InteTmallc Plaza "7 " ; ~ ; ■ 
Spring Qrove, 111. 60081 
O pportunity Employer M/F 



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MANUFACTURING 
-ENGINEER 



Responsible. ' for developing manufacturing 
methods, processes, standards, tooling and equip- 
ment lor manufacturer of froctlonal horsepower 
motors. Will establish and implement cost reduc- 
tions, will recommend, justify, and procure capital 
equipment. ' 

We require a strong tooling, fixtures, and methods 
background.' Excellent . opportunity for career 
growth with o dynamic company. For considera- 
tion, send resume and salary hlstory-to: 

Dlrvrtor of Industrial Relations 

RAI Corporation ; 

560] W. Elm SlrMl 
McHenry. Illinois 60050 

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tl you are energetic like a job 
with challenges and career op- 
portunities we have a friendly 

.Orthodontic . office ■ with 
pleasant working conditions. 
We provide : a constant op- 
portunity to, hum and the 
potential for advancement. It 
this is what you are seeking in 
a job and these .are the 
characteristics you have to of- 
fer? Experienced preferred but 
not necessary. Please calL 

3364366 



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MOSTLY 
BA SKETS 

is expoaiang 

We fun immediate opening 
in your orw. W» offer wicker 
fimiilvrt._VfiAer__BoJLjJ«W£_ 
and baskets on the homt parly 
plan. Our represenfotrves haw 
fun while earning an excellent 
income. Our opportunities are 
great. For more informatiai 
tall: s 

Meiaine 
. (312JJ5 6*717^ 




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STAFF I 

Afternoons -1 
Nights/ : |: 
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;, Wilt Train | 
Mount St. Joseph 
Route 12 
Lake Zurich ; 
i (312)438-5050 



CHAPEL HILL 
GOLF CLUB 

VALET Parkers Need- 
ed Weekends Only. . 

(815^385-0333 



cab, neW exhaust. 

best, s ~~ h *% >■-'-,'-■'■:. 
(312)526-7430 

-77-f" 





T ACQ BELL 

; - ': CREW '■.; ,::_ rr ,„:^_j: 

Toco Bell needs crew for McHenry, Fox Lake, 
Round Lake-' Beach and 'Mundelein. Start 
training . now in Round Lake Beach ..and 
Mundelein. Uniforms provided, training pro- 
vided, opportunities open to become 
managers. Applications available at Round 
Lake Beach ana Mundelein. 



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, > .-. (312)948-7732 
We Will Return Your Call Within 24 Hours 

. equal. opportunity employer 



A OOLOfN Opportunity - 

. make money tn your spare 

time. Join Friendly. Home 

Toy Parties, the leader for 

, 30 {■ years, openings ■■ for 

managers dnof dealers. We 

have the largest and best 

line in party plan. Eorn big 

moneys pljjs_b^nuses and_ 

"Travel,- incentives, r Start 

now and earn money jm- 



mediately.-, 
■'-.:.:-.. (516)452-0091: 
Anoriday.tJFrldoy 
. Collect: 
1(800)227-1510 - 
1 Evenings and weekends 
: 18-26-50 



'1971 COt ALT, 18 foot' 

.open bow rider, 155 HP, In- 
board/outboard OMC 
engine, canvas, sklls, ,.CB 

1 1 radio/depth sounder, ton- 
dem -trailer; ; ' excellent 
condition. Make offer. 
(312)3364514 
■ 7 3-26-1B -• 
X YEAR old ,714*. Grauman 
deep Fisherman- and j 
trailer, new 1985 25 . h.p. 
Mercury outboard, used 2 
hours total. Will socrof Ice 
for $2,500 firm. ■ ■■ '■ • —. — 
. (312)356-3654 



-*»^Wmt-cbbln;^l35ib.R, 

Many extras. $4200.; ^■■,-'- 

(312)526-5364 

. :'aft»r7p".m'..^\-:' ''.'■, V' 
: __73-27-95— — ■ ;: : 

1*7© 16' (medium green) 
deep »-VJ fiberglass boat 
with 90 h.p. MercUry.motbr 
and trailer; Ready to" put In 
water.; $1200, firm. Only 
serious calls", please. ' 

(312)3564240 ^ 
- : After 6 p.m. ■',.■'- ' 
— ^-73-26-99 v , 




^ItflfwItlOtnrr^Relfant 
wagon. Air, cruise, Vreor 

defogger; 4 speed, $2950... 
(312)5263518 r. 

■ .v ," - ;;-; 8346-77— —' ■ 

A , L AKI LAN D ~ News- 
paper's Classified od can 
help" ybuV turn'., un wonted 
Items Into cosh. To Mil 

almost anything, fust cat! 
our of f tee nearest you; ;:; ^_ 

1977 FORD LTD, 4 door, 
302, air . condltlonln 
64.000 miles, asking $1,1 

■ or best.-,- ■"..■..>. . - ... 
:.'.'; ■ t312V395-254t: 

-834" 



4645- 



Ittf PICK UP camper, sell . 
contained, sleeps 6, ex- 
cellent condition. $2,400. .- 

(815)385-7518 
;.; ;■• • -7 44645; 



1MI ' ELDORADO, all 
equipped, asking, $9,500 
or best offer!. 

: (312)5264458' 

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MATERIALS 





Except ibnol opportunity for a Manager who 
has a proven record In purchasing, planning 
and inventory control. 'We require ex. 
perionce « computer-based document and 
control systems, particularly in MPO and 
MAPICS. \ I ,' -- , J._ 

An excellent, benefit program [Including our ' 
unique <0 hour 4W day work week and 14' 
— paid -holidays. 
hisl 



Send rotume and -salary ■^— 



Dlmctor of Industrial fteforf forts 
*AI Corporation : : 

5801 W. Elm Street 
McHenry, Illinois 



equal opportunity em, 



600 60 
mpiofmrm/l 



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EASY HOME INCOME 

t RK| Supplies. Slorl Immediate!,.; 
tRud) Self-Addressed Stomped. 
■ Envelope. To:'. . « 

Pathways \ 

•^365-1 Msodow Gr em lone "I 
Round lake, III. 60073 ,: 



1914 OUTBOARD Johnson, 
9.9 long shaft, very. law 
hours, excellent condition. 

(312)356-8793 ~ 
After 6 p.m. 
7 3-26-5 4 % 

BO AT UFTf. .1 ,0 00, 2.000, 
3.000 lb; 'capacity, steel 
and aluminum,' standard 
and pontoon boat lilts. 

(312)395:1439 : 

,. Alter 6 p.m. 

And weekends - 



CAMPIB, very good con- 
dition; o. stove, : sink, 

!ref rlgerator, commode, , 
spare tire and sway bars 

3 Included, $1 .000 or beit of- 
fer. ■ 
(312)587-5394 

_i — 74-26-55- — - :: 



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1979 FORO Van. 

'automatic, >AM/FM 

radio, .many -. extras,- 




.1971 AMC HORNIT 

hatchback, good condition,! 

$500 after 4:30 p.m. 
. (312)3950748 
-^83-26-75 . 

1977 POMTIAC :'Vehlura^4 
door, 6 cylinder, AM/FM, 

air, clean';: runs .good, 
$1900. 

(414)889-8122 /f 
.evenings • 
: ,(414)«7-7753 5 
, weekends ":• ; 

.. ;B 3 ; 26-96 •; 




PAPERPICXER 

Full Time nf\dn 

To Maintain Grounds. 
Must Be Willing To 
Work And Follow Direc- 
tions. Must Be In Good 
"Physical Condition. 

Apply Between 
9 A.M. & 2 P.M. * 
■ Monday-Friday 
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A.R.F. 
Landfill Corp. 

Rter83 

(1 Mile South of Rte 120) 
Grayslake, Illinois 



CUSTOMER SERVICE/ 
GENERAL OFFICE 



MUST MIL- 1978 LTD, 1000 
Kawasaki .Windiammer; 
AM/FM cassette. Excellent 
condition $1400.^1980 LTD 
550 Kawasaki perfect con- 
dition, 5500 miles. $1200. ; ; 
(312)336-1310 
7 6-26^7 . 
9I5rMOfiD A— r^ATVrr3 
wheeler, ,200S,. excellent 
condition. $1000. • 

(312)6624509 v : 

--^-76-2647-^— 

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1971 HARMONY MOOILt 

home NO, 41 Wheatland 
Estates.. 14 x 70 ft. 2 
bedrooms, now hot water 
heater, 10x30 ft. Sllvertop 
Awning, shed, stove and 
refrigerator," owner 
relocating must sell. 

(414)537-2314 . 

. (414)537^935 
.—76-26-91 : 



DISCOUNT 

'PROPS 

(Marin* 

ToOrde'rCall . 
(815)385-4729 

Selurdey and Sunday 
, 9un.to2pjn.. 



collent condition, $3,500. 
(312)623.7076> . 
V_ 7 5-26-58 " 
19$4 CH IV V CUSTOM 
Van. Loaded; A. .real 
beauty, still on warranty^ 
$15,000 ,-■-.: •' . 
(312J945-404J Eves . 
. -— 75-26.16- 



1973 CHARGER I SE. Auto,' 

.1 PS, PB, .air, 4 speaker, 
deluxe stereo.' New dual 
exhaust, .'new .60.' series 

■tires, new. point, ,318 in 
perfect shape. Body In ex- 
cellent shape.' See It, drive 
it, you will wont- It. This cor 
has had tons oi TIC. Trusty, 

'.an eye catcher I' $3750. orv, 

* olferr-* v J -^'^^— . v 
. ^312)507-5370 - 

After 5, p.m. 
-83-26-101- 









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Join witn our progressive 
Company as a Customer Ser- 
vice representative. Oppor- 
tunity for challenge and 
growth i.^Customer-rel6tidnsr 
order processing. Pleasant 
phone personality and typing 
ability required. V 



TBAVU TRAILER. 1974 

Sprite, surge, -brakes, 1600 
pounds, $795. -'.- - 

. (312)623-1281 
after 5 p.m. 

77-26-22- — r— 






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THE MOST MOTOR HOME 
fOR THE MONEY 



JACK WINTERS RV'S 
INDOOR SHOWROOM 

3030 WASHING TOf i ST, 



Waukegan, 11.(312) 244-6744 





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(312) 

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JET A/C. $4 000 or "»«iti &jjjj| $337.64 ^er :"*# >, ; 1984, 4 door. ^door.v under 35,000 miles, million, now. clutch, nM^^teMlw^-tl(B^^.L?i^^^^^ 
Sir^'^S-^^ntblorSyib^. ^ ?K U '°T^ ,a ^ ^ ,r ^» P/S - a,r conditioning, P™«»» plate; throw oai (mdtlr2,;$6,5oOorb«iof. J&Pftd^Sb^iodS' 



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(312)5464868 

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II7J CfttVT Imp^la.Trohl-^J^yWSahd-Roll/tZOOor ' .£J: 
'S^ n oodi^brdkair--'b«lol ?r.^ r: 1TO CHIVY 



great; 'peed 

{312)546^1813 
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(312)223-0015 
after 5 p.m. 

":27:.26- 



HT4 MJICK Eloctra; 
runner, $375 or best offer 

(312)546-9198 

1-26-35 



lf» UNCOIN TOWN Cor, 

1 ,^^V!!y Oood con- 
. dlllon. $5,800.; '. 
(312)546-0868 



IMFALA;;4 

.door, bod/ fair, run* well, . 
like now tiros, "new" muf-' - 
tier, matter cylinder, bat 
tery, brake padi, $350.' 
• i (414)877-2466 
(414)279-5278 
(414)862*415 
-83-27-49 



window louvre for "sporty *£» 1963 Bulck Eloctra ■ (312)62*1570 ^ SFsSO ""^"^ *""" 

look". Aifitrig $3950. Call 225 troramiMlon, $200. (3121336-5661 ' 

Steve. 



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(i\ 2)662-2489 
-83-26-4— 



(312)336-5661 
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225 transmission, $200 
(312)526:7915 
-83-26-8 



) or offer. 
(312)3564257 
^-83-26-74- 



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Dasher hatchback. 4 speed 



MOffZA FANS, 1 978 black 
with red; pin. stipe. 



. T ■■■''■■'-.■•■": ^^T^r 1 ^'*" 00 * ! air conditioning. AM/FM automatic -shift on floor' 

51350 ••• — buckets. $1000 or best •'■ : ■"'7'- or best, desperate tome body work, $2,500 

'«,-»«/«„ ' i3l^oi5-rr*i moving. cash. 



(312)356-2864 

-83-26-40- 



(312)945-7761 

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Rustproof tng, Exterior Gloss, 
3M Scotchgord, Trimline 
Pinstriping ($736 Value) 



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lark Winters Honda Used Gars 



1981 CITATION HB SEDAN 

-6 enrJomotiCt power steering end 
jroVts.aircond., lilt, cruise. 




1981 OLDS CUTIASS SUPREME 

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1983 HONDA ACCORD 

Hotchbock, 5 Speed. In excellent 
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Ml power, air eondtflenlng. power win- 
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llmo green. 4 door with matching valour Interior. Loaded 
with every option. ';-.---- ■, ,- - 

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Air conditioning, fullpower, automatic/ AM/FM iferoo and 
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1979 Camaro Beriiittta 

Extra thorp, full power and air. One owner. Low mile*. . 

1979 Mercury Monarch J|MM 

Extra clean. Cartdy Apple Red.. 2 Door, automatic and full-, 



. power. 



1982 Mercury 1*7 



$3795 



2 Tone Si Ivor beauty, AM/FM stereo tope, 5 speed transmis- 
sion and much more. 



1979 Mercury Grand Marquis 



$3595 



Luxury 4 door, air conditioned, ~ automatic,, lull; power; 
AM/FM stereo tape, vinyl roof and many more options; 

1979 LTD Landau : ;^fyM^MB' 

2 Door hardtop, air conditioned, automatic, full power, vinyl, 
roof, radial s and more. " .-^' '.*'•- '..''■■■"- 



1983 Ford Escort 



$4195 



Front wheel drive; 2 door Hatchback, 4 speed, radio, bucket 

teats end more. 

198tBuIck Skylark Umi1ed_^^^i«195^ 

Full power, dir conditioned, AM/FM stereo, 

1978 Buick Skylark r $1995 

Full power, auto trans, air cond., 4 Dr. In Colonial Bronze '-•.:[ '-'. * 

1981 Mazda 6LC Wagon ■_£ il : — $3395 

4 Cylinder, 5 speed and more. Sterling Silver. n 

1979 Mercury Cougar XR7 $3295 

Air conditioned, full power, vinyl roof, radio, custom wheel 

covers.. ..-.. ■ - ' : . .;,.„ ' •,-■'..■,;'■>'_:_ .'-",: 



1980PontiacPhoeniiSJ 



$3495 



Full-power, air conditioned, sun roof. AM/FM stereo tape, 
: bucket ioals, •. > ,.. . 



1980 Olds CuHatt LS 



$3995 



Automatic, full power, air conditioned, AM/FM stereo, sport 
. wheels and much more. ■ - : ■--•'-' 



1983 Plymouth Horizon $4195 

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1982 Plymouth Sapporo t*W9B 

5 Speed overdrive, futl power, AM/FM stereo; tinted glass; ~" 

1982PontlaoPhoeiii - $4495 

4 Dr. hatchback, oir cond., full power a auto trans. 



1983 Beic* MM ^; ";: $6193 .; 

One ton cargo van, full power, automatic,- radio , ■ ~ 

1982 Skyhalk UmHed $5495 

Automatic, full power, air conditioned, AM/FM stereo, tilt ;■ 

wheel, cruise control. ' ">' ;.;:;'"; 

1983 Cadillac Sedan DeViHo $10 r M5 

Midnight Blue with matching vinyl roof and Interior. ' _ ~ 

1984 Plymouth Horizon $5795 

4 Drl hatchback, air cond.', auto trans & full power ■'■■(*;:.: 

1978 International Scout ■ ; $ 1195 

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rebuilt carburetor, . runt 
great. . 
u (312)356-3231 

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1«75 AUDI. 4 door. 100t.Su 
excellent Interior, no rutt. 
(312)473-1854. 
After 5 p.m. 
Or wookoncfi 

■ -^83.26-60^- — 

1171 FORD LTD, very good 
mechanically, tome rust. ; 
SI, 000 firm. . ■■• 
(312)949-1187 
After 5:30. p.m." 

83-26-57 

If7« CAMARO, 2-tone 
blue' good, condition, 
original owner; $31,500. or •. 

best.' 

{815)385-9044 
Aftor5p:m. 

; 83-26-56V— - li*. 

1«rt CHRYSUR. Good 
running car, $2,500, call: 
(312)546-7242 -. - 

83-26-59 , 

' HM FORD Elite, neat, no 
ruit, fill, otr, crulie, ttoreo 
casieite, $1.4.95. 

(312)356-7368 
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1982 Volvo 244DI. 
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1982 Volkswagen 
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1981 Toyota Cellca GT. 
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1978 Volkswagen Bus. 
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