Room size, in colors.
Latex wattle backinq
BLACK 4ND SEVERAL COLORS
LoaS pointed collar
That Hawaiian Caper
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"Life-land " and "Bugle-land"
See lEFT HAND' Below
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. Lone.,ltoctdi,ticoiOO nd twa h,nd,omt ttyl
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THURS. FRL SAT.
9, 10, 1'I
WHILE OUANTITIES LAST
Wee Reserve The Right To LImit
CHOICE OF COLORS
.. MENS 36-46 BOYS 8-18
ZIP FRONT KNIT COLLAR
SET OF 55
or sKI OF 50
TREE LIGHT SETS
TINY SPARKLING LIT
Cord of 5
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20"xOOO" Fu5vr Or.
Complete with stand.
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HARD or MIXED
16 OZ. BOX
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ROI E D
LAtoest C1OCULATION INGOlI-MILL, CAST MAINE, MOuTON GROVE A NILES AREA
Serving the Village
OELIVORED To oxee 23.508 HOMES IN OILES, MORION GROVE
AND EAST MAINE
the othr local newspaINrs
}lawaUan caper. the Lerner
nv/epapers may have been playing a little gane
of political footsie with the local nls wAtch bears
Harczak, who displayed an ex-
amount of lather over our stories about
the tree ride takn
taxpayers expense, told us
'Lerner ' bad galled him about the story, implyIng
it. was to be haodled most gingerly. Being the two
men ere friends. Harczah left 'the impression the
Story WAS belog played down In the Life News-
paper. ' -
e received a note from
Lou Lefoer pointing to the Dec. 9 news ototy In
the LIfe aboot the ITip While we were pleased
the storywas printed, even though it was one week
after it was first p.nblished In The Bugle, we he-
came aware how newspalwrs cus play
with their Xriénds, the polltIcOans
In the editorial pagea of The Life there Wasn't
any mention of the officials' junheEs In "Lifeland"
even though Llzicolnnvond and NIles had ao over-
abundance of officials in HawaIi. Nut lo and he-
hold. another Lerner newspaINr, The Timea, had
a very atroog editorial, which hit hard at officials
In Narthlake and Melrose Park, who went to Hawaii
on the taxpayers money. Quating from this editorial
it Staten: " At any rate, we thlnnis the piblic In being
taken fôr a ride wheo the hulk of village govero-
ment Jurne on a piene armed with exln5e mnoey
and first glass dcketo
. "A Northiake trootee who dldnt go
nothing short ' ei 'steallog from the
mople.' Añd he Said voters will not forget about
Hawaii junket whoo the next e1ctlon rolls
Mayot of Schiller Parh said he thinks tao
mach taxpayer money Is being sjnentfor the conves-
'Wtagree with them both,"
was goad enoogh far
the residents in Melgase Park and Northiake we
wandered why.It did not appear here in "Lifeland"
as welI.Certalnly In 'Rugleiand" no BogIe staffera
soft pedal a stor
because they were
riend2y with yseblic officials. And my, my, my. can
you Imagine 'the-Bug8e publIsher calling up a xIblic
-officIal ' -and-saying "Rich" or
bUddy, how shosild we play this staryl"
Cantlnued on' Paga 22
N. COUETLAND AVE., NILES,ILL.
VItO N. Milnook.n Ao,.I
Josqil TerraceCivic AsSocia-
. don held its annual election-dis-
nor Oct. 22, at 1.one Tree Inn.
Because of their
,mento, the incumbent officers
were re-elected to another term
of office. They are: Prenidenit.
Awnnand Plaza, 7501 Mulford, vice
president, ICen Kay, 7514 Kirk,
7015 Oleander, treasurer, Dlaoa
SzymanShl, 7459 Malford, ngt.-
at-arms. Viad Bagel, 7807 Olean-
der, PublicitY, Joan Murray, 7441
Mulford. entertainment, '-
Poescinl, 7447 Mulford, chairman
of the board, Bob MUrray.
suggestions or informa-
dan which hertains to tine Vil-
lage of Nibs aoci In particular
the JTCA area bounded by
Wins Fire Prevention Award Again
Pire Chief Al HoelbI announced
NUes l'ire Department received
151k consecutisre first place
award for fire prevention for
communities in the Chicago
metropolItan area. Nllen in 00w In
dann 2 (communities between
30.000 to 60.000). HoelbI repas'-
was most renponstble fer the
publishing of the material which
aided in recoiving the award.
and be was praIsed for bis out-
ob, amidst applauso
from the audience.
In other actions Niles trustees
turned- down one roquent Toen.-
day for the building of two homes
on a 100 font lot, requested a
second petition for rental anit3
Io the congested Greenwood-
Dempater area be ameliorated
with oeigbbors. and announced a
requeat for 904 apártments in
theuzningorpògated area at MII-
waukee and Central will be heard
In the Corning Weekn,
Fred Banlello, owner of prop-
erty at 9069 Maryland, was un-
animously rejected by the vil-
lage board. after receivIng an
okay from the ZonIng iioard. In
bis bld to build two homes on
hin property which has 100 foot
frontage. Walter Krause, 9034 -
Maryland. npohe for many neigh-
bora there w ho conended they
moved to the area because of the
large lots. and now objected to
the proposal to baild bornes on
halves at the 100 foot lot.
BasidIo citad a similar yso-
ject on other lots but was told
the previous okay wan given be--
cause it was a hardship cane,
Mayos' Blase said the Board
Is receptive to the community's
Interents and the trustees then
over-turie4 a previous 3 to 1'
zoning-board approval. '
In a oecnnd action Edward
Walsh, iv., 8160 Davis, desIred
to build rentalaniss onGreanwood-
Continued on Page 22
aine East's- Varsit
Maine Eant's - varsity baskeeball etaff. (Froab,
' ' Greg Maloney, Blu
Cantanzo, Mark Bondesoa, Rich
to r.) Manager.jfm Fry, Russ Andersen. Dan
. Schumacher, Mike Faden, Keith Las'son,headcoacb
Leddy, Bob -Weidner. Jim-, Cromar,
"nul MäClelländ. and manager- Carey Biabas'. Net
Doug Mnnrad, and Bnb Lloyd. (Back
to r )
Mike McDonnell and Kent Henrichsen.
Trainer JIm Rendrlx, aseintant coach Andy Russe
Oc PERCO P Y
NO.26 THE B1LE, THURSDAY,