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VOL. 100— NO. 46 



ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1986 



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Getting Ready.,, 

Antioch volleyball player Kim Pauly prepares to put the ball in play. Antioch lost in 
the sectional tournament to Waukegan East in two games. In line with their 
regular season play, though, the Sequolts almost came bock to win' the second 
game against Waukegan East — Phof o by Steve Young. 



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High Speed 
Chase Ends 
In Antioch 

A high speed chase from Lake Villa to 
Antioch Twpr has caused an Antioch 
resident. Michael James DeCaro. 22, to be 
chained with excessive speeding, reckless 
driving, fleeing and eluding a police officer, 
and driving on a suspended drivers' license. 

On Nov. 4. Lake Villa Police Officer Jim 

Carter, while on routine, patrol driving south 

on'Rte.-83. sighted a car traveling north on 

; Rio. 83 at high speed, in the vicinity of the 

^■(Soo Line Bridge. 

At 6:52 a.m.. Carter chased after a car he 
|f| Had estimated was travejing 65 mph in a 50 
mph speed zone. 

The car, driven by DeCaro. refused to stop 

and reached speeds of 90 mph. He turned and 

sped down Grass Lake Rd., and turning 

right, drove into a dead-end street, Lambert 

$$S Ave. 

During the chase, DeCaro's car went into 
^ the wrong lane causing several cat's to 
|$! scalier all over the highway trying to avoid a 
■:'M crash. 

The driver, a white, young male, then ran 

Irom the car and lost Ihc pursuing officer. 

A birth certificate belonging to DeCaro 

t was found in the abandoned vehicle -and 

J license plate check showed the car belonged 

' toaTamara Irvin, also from Antioch. 

Irvm. De Giro's girlfriend, called the 
| police to tell them that DeCaro would give 
I himself upat 11:30 thatsameday. 

Though he did not do so that night, he did 
I surrender at 1 :15p.m. the next day. 
He was released on bond, pending trial. 




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by MARK BENNO 
A vacant building at- the corner of Lotus 
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Last Minute 
Pact Averts 
Teacher Walk 



by GLORIA DAVIS 

After eight months of negotiating in 14 
meetings, the teams representing the An- 
tioch High School Board and the school's 
teachers in the teacher contract negotiations 
came to a tentative agreement on Thursday, 
Nov. 6 in time to avert a full-scale strike by 
the teachers set for Friday. 

The 24 points agreed upon will be 
-presented to the teachers for ratification on 
Wednesday, Nov. 12 and the board will take 
its vote on Thursday, Nov. 13. 

When classes were dismissed on Wed- 
nesday, Nov. 5, neither the students or 
teachers knew if there would be school the 
next day. Notifications .of the school's 
opening were put on local radio news 
programs early Friday, after the nine-hour 
marathon meeting. 

"Although school attendance was not up to 
normal, the absenteeism was not excessive," 
said Supt. Gary Allen, remarking on 
Friday's absentee lists. 

Though neither body expects unanimous 
approval, Ted DeRousse, president of the 
teachers' union, said that he thought the 
teachers would be satisfied with the points 
agreed upon. 

"I'm glad it's over with. It's good for both 
sides and I see the kids smiling again," said 
Board of Education President Robert Lind- 
blad. 



Lmdblad said that the fair share part of the 
teacher's package is still not popular with 
some board members. He expects the ap- 
proval vote to be either 6-1 or 5-2. 

Lmdblad also said that some of the points 
of agreement would be made retroactive to 
June 30 when the teachers' contract expired 
and others would not. 

He added that he could foresee little in- 
crease in the budget already approved for 
the 1966-87 school year since most of the cost 
increases had already been allowed for in 
that budget. 

It might follow that the board didn't go 
much over 7 percent on salaries in the 
agreement. -~" 

At th'e next regular meeting of the board of 
education, the salaries for the school's ad- 
ministrative staff will come up. 

Allen is expected to make proposals to the 
board which will then meet and vote on any 
changes or increase salary proposals after a 
discussion on the matter. 

In (he past, any administrative salary 
increases have usually been in the same 
ballpark as those given to the teachers. 

Lmdblad gives most of the credit for the 
tentative settlement to the six members of 
the two negotiating teams. 



Fox, Chase Tie To Win 
Oldest Paper Contest 



William H. Schroeder, publisher of 
Lakeland Newspapers, announced that Una 
Fox and Dortha Chase, both of Antioch, are 
winners in the Antioch News-Reporter's 
Oldest Newspaper Contest. Both ladies sub- 
mitted an insert which appeared in the Sept. 
1, 1904 edition of the Antioch News. 

"This is incredible," Schroeder said. "The 



last thing we expected was a tie from two 
people who each had the same copy of an 82- 
year-old newspaper." 

Schroeder will present a $100 check to the 
Lakes Region Historical Society in the name 
of Fox and Chase. Each of the ladies will 
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Spikor Of The Week 

Julie Sexton, center, has been selected 'Athlete of the Week," at Antioch High 
School for her performance in the regional volleyball tourney won by Antioch. Ed 
Watts, right, representing Great American Federal Savings, presents check for 
$100 to the school scholarship fund in her name as her coach; Carla Thompson 
congratulates Sexton. — Photo by Mark Benno 



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Grab all the cash and extra savings you can this Saturday! 








Make your best deal on any new or used car 
this Saturday and then the real fun will begin. 
We'll turn you loose in our Money Booth. A 
thousand dollars will be floating all around 
you. Well give you 30 seconds to grab all the 
cash you can. Then we'll double what you've 
grabbed and deduct it from the purchase price 
of your car. How's that for fun? And listen to this - 





SALE HOURS: Saturday, November 1 5 Till 9 P.M. 



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Hess Builds On 1982 
tals In District 4 




byJOHNSTEINKE 
Political Columnist 

County Board Dlst. 4 encompasses An- 
tioch, Avon, Grant and Lake Villa Twps. in 
western Lake County. Normally, the 
Democrats caucus in a telephone booth in 
this area. The only Democrat who has 
generated a respectable vote in the region is 
Lake County Clerk Linda Hess of Gurnee. 

Both in the 1982 and 1966 elections, Hess 
garnered 48 percent of the vote. While losing 
Antioch and Grant Twps., she captured Avon 
and Lake Villa Twps. It's surprising that 
Hess replicated her vote total in this fail's 
election. Her Republican opponent was Dist. 
4 Rep. Donna-Mac Lllwiler of Ingleside. Mrs. 
Litwiler had served on the county board for 
the last six years. 

Despite Litwiler's "favorite daughter" 



TWPS. 

Antioch 
Avon 
Grant 
Lake Villa 
Total Vote 

TWPS. 

Antioch 
Avon 
Grant 
Lake Villa 
Total Vote 



First National Bank 
Names New Employees 



IIESS(D) 


THOMAS (R) 


1,906 


2,326 


(45.0%) 


(55.0%) 


2,945 


2,734 


(51.9%) 


(48.1%) 


1,508 


2,071 


(42.1%) 


(57.9%) 


2,035 


1,977 


(50.7%) 


(49.3%) 


8,394 


9,106 


(48.0%) 


(52.0%) 




1986 


HESS(D) 


LITWILER (R) 


1,498 


2,001 


(42.8%) 


(57.2%) 


2.871 


2,356 


(54.9%) 


(45.1%) 


1.244 


1,843 


(40.3%) 


(59.7%) 


1,824 


1,732 


(51.3%) 


(48.7%) 


7,437 


7,932 


(48.4%) 


(51.6%) 



status, Hess polled approximately the 
percentage of the vote as she did in 1982. 
Four years ago, Hess defeated former 
county board member, Harry Thomas of 
Libcrtyville. At that time, Hes,s lost Dist. 4 to 
Thomas by only 714 votes. This year, Litwiler 
defeated Hess by 495 ballots. While the 
Republican nominee improved her per- 
centages in Antioch and Grant Twps., the 
Democratic incumbent augmented her share 
of the vote in Avon and Lake Villa Twps. 

See the adjoining tables for the Dist. 4 
election results for the 1982 and 1986 county 
clerk's races, 

Between 1982 and 1986, the Republican vote 
declined 1,176 while the Democratic total 
decreased 957. The lower voter turnout 
slightly increased the Democratic per- 
centage by 0.4 percent. 



MAJORITY 

R.420 

D.211 

R.563 

D.58 

R.714 

MAJORITY 

R.503 

D.515 

R,599 

D.92 

R.495 



The First National Bank of 
Antioch recently promoted 
several employees. The 
bank also added some new 
people to Its p re s ent staff. 

Christine Styakal was 
promoted to Loan Associate 
In First National's Loan 
Dept Styskal has been em- 
ployed with the bank since 
April, 1985, as a loan 
secretary. She lives in Lake 
Villa with her husband and 
family. 

Deborah Stankus is joining 
the bank as a part-time teller 
in the Teller Dept. She was 
previously employed with 
General Telephone Elec- 
tronics in Silver Lake, Wis. 
Stankus lives .with her 
husband and two daughters 
in Silver Lake. 

Athele Knutson was 
promoted to Teller Super- 



visor. She joined First 
National in July, 1984, and 
has worked as both a teller 
and assistant teller super- 
visor. Knutson lives in An- 
tioch with her husband and 

Jill Schuerr Joined the 
bank as a part-time teller in 
the Teller Dept. Schuerr has 
previous experience from 
the Fox Lake State Bank. 
She lives in Spring Grove 
with her husband and 
family. 

Sophie Mitchell is now Fir- 
st National's receptionist. 
Mitchell joined the bank 
from the Waukegan Sears 
Roebuck, where she was em- 
ployed for 12 years as a 
cashier. She lives in Antioch 
with her husband and two 
sons. 

Shirley Sure* is employed 



in First Nationals 
Dept. as a Loan Secretary. 
She has a secretarial 
background from Memorial 
Hospital in Burlington, Wis., 
where she resides with her 
husband and family. 

Gloria Kruczek is a 
secretary in the Loan Dept. 
She was previously em- 
ployed at the W.C. Petty 
Elementary School as a 
part-time secretary. Kruc- 
zek resides in Antioch with 
her family. 

The position of Internal 
Auditor at First National has 
been accepted by Carta 
Beyerl. She has seven years 
of banking experience. 
Beyerl's last position was 
with the Heritage Racine 
Corp. in Wis. She resides in 
Kenosha, Wis. 




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Up With It 

Kim Pouly returns the ball to Waukegan East while teammate Michelle Pavleski 
looks on. Antioch won the conference championship this year, and is looking to 
repeat during next year's season —Photo by Steve Young • 

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Cast fe Construction 

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce is nearina completion of their Christmas Castle 
for 1966. Standing around the castle are, from left to right, Vivian Tauscheck, 
Chamber secretary; Debbie Harfokolis; Joanne linker,- of J.J: Blinkers Clowning 
Around gift shop; Chamber of Commerce Pres. Lorry Hanson; Tom Robinson; Bob 
Woder, of Quaker Industries; and Florence Babusek, chairman of the Chamber's 
Christmas program. 

Christmas Castle 
Nears Completion 



"Santa Claus, Antioch, 
Illinois" received (and an- 
swered) more than 3,000 let- 
ters from Antioch and other 
cities in 1985. Last year, 
from early December 
through Christmas Eve, 
nearly 4,000 eager young 
visitors spoke personally to 
Santa in his Chirstmas 
Castle in Antioch.' 

That was quite an ac- 
complishment for the 
Village of Antioch. Mayor 
Ray Toft and Parks and 
Recreation Dir. Glenda 
Tomaschtik, in cooperation 
with Antioch Chamber of 
Commerce Pres. Larry Han- 



son, were assisted by a 
tireless and dedicated com- 
mittee who wanted to give 
Antioch a significant public 
relations success story. 

As chairman of the 1986 
Christmas program, Floren- 
ce Babusek hopes to 
motivate all those available 
to help make this Christmas 
program a success. In ad- 
dition to Chamber of Com- 
merce members, Babusek is 
appealing to local service 
organizations, churches, 
schools, and other chambers 
of commerce to offer their 
own resources in designing 
floats, advertising, or direct 



donations. 

This year's Christmas 
Castle is brand new and is 
being partially funded 
through the generosity of the 
village. Babusek is looking 
to Chamber members and 
other community sources to 
defray the remaining costs: 

Santa arrives in town in 
the 1986 Parade on Saturday, 
Nov. 29 at 10 a.m. at Antioch 
Community High School. 
Those interested in entering 
a float, group, vehicle, or 
music should call 
Tomaschtik at the Parks and 
Recreation Dept. at (312) 
395-2160. 



Sequoit Wrestlers To 
'Journey To The Tourney 



"Journey to the Tourney" 
will he the motto ol the 1986- 
87 Scquiot wrestlers. The 
wrestlers' goals will not only 
be team hut personal wins to 
clear their way through the 
regional* and sectionals. 
Finally will come their 
journey to the State Tour- 



nament held in Champaign. 

A Parents Club has i**cn 
organized and special plans 
are iiemg made for home 
meets. A Button Ni^ht with 
live t wrestlers' slogan will 
kick off the irileV-squhil ii'w c. 
on Nov. 21. Other plans in- 
clude an Alumni Night and a 



Parents Night. 

Coach Ted OeRousse tools 
this could l)c a good season 
lor -the Sequoits. It's hoped 
thai a lot of -parents and 
friends will attend the meets 
to cheer on the wrest lei's as 
the> begin their "Journey to 
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Dinin g /Entertainment 



Critic's choice in... Lamb's Ready For Expo 




by GLOItlA DAVIS 

The new melodious ex- 
travaganza thai just opened 
at the Candelight Dinner 
Playhouse at Archer and 
Harlem Ayes., "My One And 
Only;" treats its audiences 
to a nostalgic trip back to the 
days when musicals were all 
cotton candy, tap shoes and 
happy-ever-aftcr love stories 
set to the music of such great 
composers as George 
Gershwin. 

As il offering some of the 
best of Gershwin ala *"S 
Wonderful," "Nice Work If 
You Can Get It," and "Strike 
Up The Band, " isn't enough, 
Rudy Hogenmillcr and 
James Harms have come 
with with some of the hap- 
piest tap numbers since 
"42nd St.," including a sure- 
fire red, white and blue 
finale that has them stan- 
ding and cheering. 

The feeeling that the entire 
cast is having a ball por- 
traying people having a ball 
in the glittery glitzy days 
when those working for the 
VVPA were facinated by the 
rich and famoust smacks of 
1986 and "Dynasty"), seems 
to carry contageously 
through to the audience. 

Dave Bedel la, one of the 
three New Rhythm Boys, 
leaps out of the chorus 
exuding talent and en- 
thusiasm extraordinaire. 

Richard Ruth, who plays 
"the only white tap dancing 
availor," comes to Can- 
delight with impressive 
world-wide credits. He sings 
and dances up a storm, 
though he gets a titch too 
flamboyant at times. 



Shannon Cochran; who 
comes straight from her 
acclaimed performance in 
Marriott's Lincolnshire's 
"Baby,"does it again in this 
"boy finds girl, boy loses 
girl, boy gets girl produc- 
tion. 

She's svelte, she shines 
and keeps up with the best of 
them in the singing and 
dancing departments. 

Ins Licberman's female 
mechanic-federal agent is 
great, grease smudges and 
all, and as usual Dale 
Benson draws laughs galore 
with another one of his 
overdone wierd in- 
terpretations of Prince 
Nicky. 

Actually, besides the 
delicious dance numbers, 
the real show stealers were 
.he many special effects, 
ranging from a full size 
"Lucky Lindy" type air- 
plane, a 1930's classic car, an 
island, a train, a boat, a 
giant wedding cake and a 
swimming pool filled with 
the strangest water you've 
overseen. 

Rev. J. D. Mongomery, 
played by Laura Collins and 
Mr. Magix, splendiforously 
played by Candelight 
favorite Gordon McClure, 
are also standouts. 

Review night had a special 
added attraction this time 
when they brought out a 
wedding cake after the show 
to the strains of "The An- 
niversary Waltz" in 
celebration of the wedding 
anniversary of well-known 
Chicago actress Amy 
Silvestri and Candchght's 
entrepeneur William 
Pulhnsi. 



Auction and Bake Sale 

The King's Academy Christian school will hold it second 
annual auction and bake sale on Saturday, Nov. 15, starting 
at 11 a.m. The academy is located at 901 N. Lewis Ave., 
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The Lamhs Farm Holiday 
Art. Craft and Antique Show 
and Sale will he the largest 
event of its kind ever held in 
the Chicago area. Scheduled 
Dee. 4-7 at the O'Hare Expo 
Center, this hcnefit for the 
Lambs, an internationally 
renowned center for men- 
tally retarded adults, will lie 
a shopper's paradise with 
over 500 fine artists, craft- 
smen, and antique dealers 
from 16 states displaying 
and selling a wide variety ol 
top-qua hly art and craft 
work, country folk arts, and 
hard-to-fmd antiques. 

The gala holiday boutique 
will, feature only highly 
skilled artists and craft- 
smen, and fine antiques. 
Polks can browse and shop 
through a wonderful 
collection of original art, 
imaginative crafts, 
traditional country folk arts 



and unique antiques sold by 
the l>c.st exhibitors in the 
country. 

Alt items are handcrafted 
by the .exhibiting artisans. 
and these congenial craft- 
speople will he happy to 
answer questions and 
discuss their work. 

Featured in the show will 
he wood and antique fur- 
niture, stained glass, func- 
tional pottery, oil paintings, 
soft watercolors. baker's 
clay, durable wood toys, 
colorful patchwork, por- 
celain dolls, photography, 
decorative fiber, hand tools, 
kitchen utensils, collectibles, 
folk art and much more. A 
glass grinder will repair 
chipped and broken crystal 
oh the spot. Many items are 
one of a kind and some can 
he personalized. Special 
areas will be set aside for 
country folk art, including 



skillfully made baskets and 
quilts, unusual children's 
items, and Christmas 
decorations. 

This year's special guests 
include clowns from Ooops 
Clown Alley, and, of course, 
Santa Claus. It will truly be a 
sparkling festive event the 
entire family will enjoy. 

Jams, jellies, baked goods, 
and candies, as well as silk- 
screening and other 
products made at The 
Lamhs, may be purchased at 
the show at the O'Hare Expo 
Center. 

Parking will be at reduced 
rates. There will be free 
shuttles from all lots, and 
eating areas have been 
enlarged. 
'The new sky walk has been 
completed, and luncheon 
and dinner facilities at the 
Hyatt next door arc ac- 
cesible without venturing 



outdoors. 

O'Hare Exposition Center 
is located on River Kd„ om ' 
block south of the Kennedy 
Expressway U.g , ,J, 
Rosemont Public Iran, 
spoliation via CTA Rapid 
Transit to R ivcr , w 
nearby. 

Hours of the show will he- 
Thursday, Dee. 5, noon to 9 
p.m.; Friday and Saturday 
Dec. 0-7, 10 a.m. to 9 n m ' 
Sunday, Dec. 6, to a.m. to 5 
p.m. Admission is $3 for 
adults, children under 12 
free. Senior citizens ad- 
mission will be $1.50 on 
Friday only. A portion or the 
proceeds will directly 
benefit The Lambs, n 
vocational and residential 
center for mentally retarded 
adults in Li bcrtyvi lie. 

For more information, call 
The Lambs Farm Hotline 
(312)362-0774. 




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6'4", 290 lb. rookie Offensive Tackle from Oklahoma State. 

Tuesday, November 18 from 5:30 — 7 p.m. 
at our newest Pizza Hut restaurant. 

1575 S. Lake Street 
Mundelein 

Join us for our Grand Opening week specials 



Thursday, November 20 5-10 p.m. 



Friday, November 2 1 
Saturday, November 22 



5-10 p.m. 

noon- 
3 p.m. 



Priazzo" Italian 
Pie Night 

Family Meal Deal 

Grand Opening 
Celebration 




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Schedule Operation Santa 
For Libertyvi He Manor 



Holiday music and en- 
tertainment wilt till the air 
Tor the residents or the 
Libertyville Manor Ex-, 
tended Care Facility on 
Sunday, Dec. 7 from 1 :30 to 4 
p.m. The festivities begin 
with the arrival of Hawthorn 
Center's Santa and Mrs. 
Ctaus who will help the 
volunteers distribute gifts 
that were donated to over 130 
residents of this facility. 

The St. Peter's Council of 
Catholic Women and Church 
Choir. Antioch, will en- 
tertain with holiday carols 
as they encourage the 
residents to participate in a 



sihg-a-long. Ron's Polka 
Originals will provide the 
polka music for singing and 
other concerned people. 

According to Mnras. one of 
the coordinators for the 
event since its inception. 
"For the past 11 years, a 
group of concerned citizens 
have pooled their efforts to 
share with the residents of 
the Libertyville Manor the 
joys and excitement of the 
holiday season by bringing 
the spirit of Christmas right 
to them." 

The Libertyville Extended 
Care Facility is locate on 
Rte. 137 (Peterson Rd.) one 



Guild To Exhibit 



Members of the Lakes 
Region Watercolor Guild in- 
vited everyone to attend the 
opening of their exhibit "A 
Collection of Small Works/' 
on Saturday, Nov. IS, from 5 
to 7:30 p.m. at Willow Brook 
Gallery, 38500 Rte. 45 in 
Millburn. 

This group originated in 
January, 1965, and has 
grown from eight to 17 active 
members from various parts 
of the county. 

They meet the third Thur- 
sday of each month in the 
morning and the fourth 
Thursday in the evening at 
Holy Family Church in Lake 
Villa. 

As members join, each 



donated a painting which the 
church uses to earn funds to 
save their historical silo 
tower. 

The artists paint together, 
critique their work, attend 
gallery functions, and hold 
at least one major workshop 
each year. 

The exhibit will continue 
through December. A 
variety of subject matter 
will be presented providing 
an interesting selection for 
the home, office, or unique 
holiday gifts. 

Willow Brook Gallery is 
open Thursday through Sun- 
day from noon to 5 p.m. and 
by appointment Call (312) 



mile west of Hlc. 21 
(Milwaukee Ave.) in 
Libertyville. For more in- 
formation, call Maureen 
Crocco a 1(312)367-6100. 
dancing which will conclude 
this joyous afternoon. 

This event is being 
coordinated by Jean Zak, 
representative for the St. 
Peter's Council of Catholic 
Women and Angela Mnras. 
marketing director for 
Hawthorn Shopping Center. 

It is made possible through 
donations or gifts and cash, 
cookies and services of the 
St. Peter's Council of 
Catholic Women. Louise 
Gutkowski, King's Drugs, 
Ben Franklin, Modern Home 
Products, and Ron's Polka 
Originals of Antioch, Cedar 
Village Senior Housing, 
Antioch Senior Citizens. 
State Bank of Antioch, and 



Decorated 

StalT Sgt. Chtlont T. 
Morrison, son of Kenneth G. 
Morrison of Silver Lake, has 
been decorated with the Air 
Force Achievement Medal 
at Maxwell Air Force Base 
Regional Hospital, Ala. 
Morrison is an optometry 
specialist with the U.S. Air 
Force Regional Hospital. His 
wile. Jeanna, is the daughter 
of Richard and Joan Nelson 
s of Camp Lake. 



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the whole family, your camera for pictures with Emmett and 

meet a circus legend; Emmett will be pleased to autograph your 

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on Nov. 21. Play will run for three weekends. In bewitching scene are, left, Chris 
Lindberg, Shirley Jensen and Stan Li vermore . 



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Un^er and Madison are at 
it a^ain! Florence Uiitfer 
ami Olive Madison, that us. in 
the Kirk Players second 
show of their 21st season ol 
community service, 

Phyllis Carter and Kathy 
Russ, both veteran players 
from Mundclein, will play 
the title roles in the Midwest 
Community Theatre 
premier of Neil Simon's 
"The Odd Couple (Female 
Version)." 

"The Odd Couple (Female 
Version)" will be presented 
at 8 p.m. on Friday and 
Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6, in the 
Mundelem High School 
auditorium. 

All proceeds from the 
production will be donated to 
Omni Youth Services- 
Greenhouse Program to help 
them continue to meet the 
needs of the community 
youth. 

Kathy Russ, a five-year 
Player veteran, will play 
Olive Madison, a prime-time 
TV news producer, who 
although divorced, seems to 
enjoy life to the fullest. 



Her carefree attitude, 
evident in the sloppincss of 
her apartment, bothers 
others much more than it 
docs her. 

Phyllis Carter, the Kirk's 
"1986 Most Valuable 
Player," wilt play Florence 
Ungcr, Olive's tidy 
hypochondriac friend. 
Florence's marital problems 
bring her to her friend's 
apartment, which she 
promptly proceeds to 
transform from a New York 
City dump to "House 
Beautiful," much to the 
chagrin of Olive and their 
Trivial Pursuit playing 
buddies, and the delight of 
audiences everywhere. 

The weekly Trivia! Pursuit 
party participants will bo 
played be List season's 
"Best Actress," Paula 
Willems of Wildwood; Kirk 
Player Board members 
Donna Lynn of Schaumburg 
and Maureen Cook Sladc of 
Libertyville; and first-year 
Player, Jehlyn Kjellberg of 
Vernon Hills. 

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director Hill Carter of 
Mundclein, who played 
Oscar Madison in the Player 
1976 production of ttip 
original "Odd Couple," and 
last season's "Best Actor" 
Russ Sladc of Libertyville 
play the Costazuela 
brothers, Olive's sexy 
Spanish neighbors. 

The technical crew is 
headed by founder-director 
John W. Lynn, who will 
direct and includes Carol 
Mane Fischesscr, stage 
manager; Lisa Wilson and 
Rick Bergman, props; Carl 
Johnson, sound; Thorn Koch, 
Jr. and Glen Myers, lights; 
Greg Fischesscr, set design, 
and Bob Thomas, set 
decoration. 

Tickets for the Dec. 5 and 6 
productions are $4 1 or adults, 
$2 for students and $1 for 
senior citizens and children 
under 12. 

Tickets are available from 
the Kirk Players, Omni 
Youth Services-Greenhouse, 
and at the door on play 
nights. For additional in- 
formation, call (312)566-6594 
after 6 p.m. 

In 'Crimes' 

Beth Henley's "Crimes of 
the Heart" was performed, 
October 9, 10, and 11 in Ar- 
mstrong Theatre on the Cor- 
nell College campus, Mt. 
Vernon, Iowa. 

In the cast was: Dawn 
Hansen, Lindenhurst. 




Lambs At O'Hore 

Display above is just a small sample of all the handmade orts and crafts that Lambs 
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a comedy by John van Druten 

Nov. 21, 22, 28, 29, 30* 

Dec. 5 & 6 

Directed by Mark Badtke 

('Indicates Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m.: all olher performances at 8:00 p.m.) 
Please note our NEW Curtain Time 8:00 p.m. ! 

Telephone Reservations (312) 395-3055 

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America's Favorite Clown Set For Performance 



Ernmett Kelly Jr. 

^ America's favorite clown, is 

"scheduled to appear at the 
Wooden Difference in 
McKcnry on Tuesday, Nov. 
18. 

Kelley Jr. was many 

things before he followed in 

his famous father's footsteps 

and became a clown. 

As a child, he toured with 

' his circus-performing paren- 
ts before he became old 

■ enough to begin school. He 
then lived with his grand- 



mother in Hoopeston, III., 
while attending school in 
Mulberry Grove. After his 
parents divorced when he 
was nine, Kelly said, he 
began living year round with 
relatives throughout the 
country. 

His father, Ernmett Kelly 
Sr., was a clown with the 
Ringling Bros, and Barnum 
& Bailey Circus from 1942 to 
1956. Because of his nomadic 
childhood, Kelly wanted to 
become a Greyhound bus 



CLC To Host Vldeoconf erence 

The College of Lake County will host a^ideoconference on 
"Data Communications Systems" beginning at 9:45 a.m. on 
Thursday, Dec. 4. The conference, co-sponsored by the 
University of Illinois, will provide an update on current 
topics in data communications and is geared toward 
developers, managers and users of data communications 
systems. Viewers will have the opportunity to phone in 
questions to the presenters. Cost of the conference is $50, and 
registration deadline is Dec. 1. For more information, call 
Carl Painter at (312)2234601, ext .449. 

Snowmobile Safety Program 

Lnke County Farm Bureau's Women's Committee will 
offer a snowmobile certification and safety program from 
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, for Lake County 
residents between the ages of 12 and 16. State law requires 
that all youthful operators between these aftcs not possessing 
a valid drivers license be certified. Classes will be held in 
Building 7 at the Lake County Fairgrounds, Grayslake. Only 
pre-rcgistered participants will be accepted into the class. 
Registration may be made by culling the Lake County Farm 
Bureau. (312)2234506. 



driver. "They were nice to 
me," Kelly said. 

After school, Kelly went 
into the Navy for almost 
three years. He participated 
in three invasions, including 
Okinawa and Iwo Jima, 
during his naval career. 

Released from the Navy, 
Kelly took advantage of the 
GI Bill and learned auto 
mechanics before joining the 
Chesapeake and Ohio 
Railroad as a switchtender. 
Kelly stayed with C & O f or 
nine years before "boredom 
set in" and he "decided to go 
clowning." 

After bis debut in the late 
1960's with the three-day Cir- 
cus- City Festival in Peru, 
Ind., Kelly was asked to per- 
form in Austin's Motor Der- 
by. 

We averaged 458 miles a 
day traveling from show to 
show," KeUy said. Many 
times, he said, they traveled 
through the night, arriving 
just hours before a show 
would begin. 

In 1964 Kelly gave up 
traveling for a year to work 
for Kodak at the New York 
World's Fair PaviUion. After 
the fair's run, Kodak offered 
Kelly a year's contract. to 
tour hospitals and special 
events. His contract was 



later renewed for three more 
years. 

Kelly said making sick or 
lonely people happy is 
something he enjoys. "There 
isn't anywhere in a hospital I 
haven't been," Kelly said. 

He often was given tours of 
hospitals from "top to bot- 
tom, front to back and 
sideways. Touring hospitals 
was very rewarding in a lot 
of ways," Kelly said. 

Kelly, woo is "60 and 

: proud of it," moved to Tom- 

.bstone, from Indiana 

because he likes Arizona and 

can take his "Ernmett Kelly 

Jr. Circus" in any direction. 

"When you're on the West 
Coast," Kelly said, "ail the 
bookings are in the East and 
when you're on the East 
Coast, they're all in the 
West." Despite all his 
travels, Kelly said he doesn't 
plan to retire or ever tire of 
traveling. 

It's been a rewarding life. 
I love it all," said Kelly, who 
has enough plans in motion 
to keep him busy for another 
60 years. 

None of Kelly's five 
children have pursued circus 
careers. Since they are 
"scattered here and there," 
KeUy said he doesn't see 
them as often as he would 



like. The only member of the 
family who works in Kelly's 
circus is his wife Nancy. She 
helps out as ringmistress, 
but has done a little of 
everything including filling 
in for the star clown. 

Before becoming 

ringmistress in 1978, Mrs. 
Kelly dressed in her 
husband's makeup for 10 
shows while he recovered 
from multiple cuts on his 
face and head. After a per- 
formance one night in 
Terrytown, N.Y., for a music 
fair, Kelly walked into the 
"Wheel of Destiny" coun- 
terweight. JHe needed 100 
stitches in his forehead, 
down the right side of his 
face to his lip. The back of 
his head required 18 stitches. 

Ernmett and Nancy now 
make their home in Tom- 
bstone, Ariz., site of the 
famous "Gunfight at the OK 
Corral." When home, he's a 
member of the Tombstone 
Vigilantes, a non-profit civic 
organization that raises 
money for charity by putting 
on shows for visiting tourists 
on the second and fourth 
Sunday of each month. Ern- 
mett plays a U.S. Marshal in 
the "gunfight," and adds, 
"The good " guys always 
win." 



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neecs -SKin type -skin evaluation -face structure -seasonal 

color analysis-step oy step instruction to healthier skin 

Clinic Time: 7:00, Monday, November 1 7 at Joan's Designers 
Cost: $10 whicn may be applied at time of clinic to product purchase. 
Tickets in advance at Joan l s Designers or SunDaze 

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Pullman Heralds 10th 
With 'Kiss Me Kate' 



The Pullman Players have 
been around for nearly a 
decade now. They've en- 
tertained thousands of Lake 
County residents with their 
antics and spoofs at the 
annual Transfiguration 
"Night Train" extravaganza 
in Wauconda; they've 
produced summer din- 
ner/theater packages for 
several local restaurants; 
they've won four prestigious 
awards performing in the 



community theater com- 
petition at Marriott's Lin- 
colnshire theatre; and they 
always have time to prepare 
a no-holds musical once or 
twice a year. 

The group draws an 
audience and attracts 
performers from all over the 
Lake County area, Chicago 
and the border towns of 
Wisconsin. 

Much of their popularity 
can be attributed to a 



Community Center 
Sets Clown Show 



A European-style clown 
show will be feawtured in the 
next "KidStuff" per- 
formance at Lake Forest's 
Gorton Community Center. 

The show will take place in 
Gorton's auditorium at 2 
p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22. 
The community center is 
located at 400 E. Illinois Rd. 
in Lake Forest. 

Well-known entertainer 
Lester will perform a 
variety show of circus skills 
including pantomime, 
balancing, juggling, 
unicycling and creating 
balloon sculptures from a 
repertoire of over 100 
figures. 



Geared to children 
through sixth grade, the 
popular "KidStuff" series 
consists of four per- 
formances by professional 
artists that offer children an 
entertaining glimpse at the 
arts. Upcoming per- 
formances include The 
Magistics on Jan. 31 and the 
Chicago Children's Choir on 
March 7. 

Tickets, priced at $2 each, 
may be purchased at Gorton 
Community Center, 400 E. 
Illinois in Lake Forest, 
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., 
Monday through Friday. For 
more information call (312) 
234-6060. 



selection of entertaining 
material; quality per- 
formances from enthusiastic 
and well-directed actors, 
actresses, singers and 

dancers; and a behind the 
scenes crew with 
imagination and dedication 
to detail. 

This year's fall musical, 
"Kiss Me Kate," has all 
these attributes.. .plus. The 
plus? A new home. The gym 

at the Island Lake Municipal 
Center, 3729 Grccnleaf Ave. 
(just north of Rte. 176) is 

being transformed into a 
theatre for this rip-roaring 
musical. 

Performances will be held 
on Friday and Saturday 
evenings at 8 p.m., Nov. 14, 
15, 21 and 22 and on Sunday 
afternoon at 3 p.m. on Nov. 
16. 

Tickets are $6 for adults, 
$5 for seniors and students, 
and (4 for children 12 and 
under. They may be pur- 
chased at the Municipal 
Center in Island Lake, 
Images Photo Center in 
Wauconda or Will Trcmont 
at Lincoln's Barber Shop in 
Wauconda, or by calling 
Mary Raymond at (312) 526- 
2593. Call today for reser- 
vations. Seating is limited. 




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A Menu That Includes Refreshing Fresh 
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And Don't Forget A Bountiful Salad Bar That Is 
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Fresh Specials Made To Order Everyday For 
Lunch And Dinner. A Selection Of Light Wine 
And Spirits - All Reasonably Priced. 

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Lake Bluff, IL 

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kicking will be the order of 
the night on Saturday, Nov. 
15 at 8 p.m. when the David 
Adler Cultural Center 
presents a special concert 
and dance at the American 
Legion Hall, 715 N. 
Milwaukee Ave., Liber- 
ty ville. ' 

Lotus Dickey, Bob Lucas 

Storyteller 
To Appear 

Storyteller Kathe Ana will 
be featured at the David 
Adler Cultural Center's 
November Children's Con- 
cert on Sunday, Nov. 16 at 2 
p.m. i 

The third of four 
generations of storytellers, 
Ana draws her stories and 
folk tales from traditions 
found in all parts of the 
world. Some of her stories 
make people laugh, others 
let them learn and still 
others can heal them. 

Ana wants both to preser- 
ve thwart of storytelling and 
to pass it along-she en- 
courages her listeners to tell 
their own stories, too. 

Admission is *3 for adults, 
$2.50 for members and $2 for 
children. 

The David Adler Cultural 
Center, 1700 N. Milwaukee 
Ave., in Libertyville, is a 
non-profit organization. For 
more information call (312) 
367-0707. 



and Paul Tyler will be the 
featured musicians. Dickey 
is an old-time fiddler who 
picked up his first fiddle 
when he was eight. He lear- 
ned the old-time tunes from 
the southern fiddlers he rub- 
bed shoulders with, and has 
carried on that music ever 
since. 

Lucas, formerly of .the 
band Eclectricity, plays ban- 
jo, fiddle and guitar. Tyler, 
who has a doctorate in folk 



lore and folk music, plays 
fiddle, mandolin, guitar, 
banjo, piano and hammered 
dulcimer, and does double 
duty as a dance caller. 

Admission is $5 for adults, 
$4.50 for members, $2 for 
senior citizens and children 
six to 12, and free for 
children under six. 

The David Adler Cultural 
Center, 1700 N. Milwaukee 
Ave., Libertyville, is a non- 
profit organization. 



Artists To Display 



The_wonder of the Christ- 
mas season is nearly here, 
and shoppers will have an 
opportunity to see the 
largest selection of crafts 
and gifts throughout the 
three-building complex at 
the Holiday Craft and Gift 



Winter Emergency 

St. Catherine Hospital in 
Kenosha will present "The 
Silver Lining in Snow 
Clouds," a program dealing 
with winter emergencies, at 
7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 
12, in the auditorium. 
Featured speakers will be 
Colleen Schneider, Kenosha 
County UW-Exteasion .In- 
terim Home Economist, and 
Dr. John Surry, program 
director or Southeastern 
Family Practice Center. 
There is no admission 
charge, and the public is in- 
vited. 



Show, Nov. 28, 29 and 30, at 
the Wisconsin State Fair 
Park, 8100 W. Greenfield 
Ave., Milwaukee. 

Over 600 craftsmen offer 
holiday shoppers versatile 
gifts for the person who has 
everything: sculptured 
boxes, calligraphy plaques, 
country folk and Victorian 
art, hex signs and em- 
bossing. ' 

Local artists who will be 
displaying are: Kathy Ticha, 
wood furniture, Twin Lakes; 
John Vance, wall plaques, 
Lake Villa; Gail Vidakovic, 
fabric, Bristol; David 
Weller, faces/laces, 
Gray slake; Kathy Schaefer, 
decoupage, Gurnee; Joan 
Steffens, bread dough or- 
naments, Gurnee; Leo and 
Helen Page, fur puppets, 
Twin Lakes; Viola Foulke, 
crochet, Salem; and 
Prise ilia Can*, doll clothes, 
Lindenhurst. 




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Kelly who is 60 years old, didn't start following in his famous father's footsteps 
until the late 1950s. See story in Dinjng and Entertainment. 



'Country Cousin' Craft Bazaar 

The "Country Cousin" craft club invites the public to at- 
tend its second annual craft bazaar on Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday, Dec. 5-7, at the Scout House, 741 Main St. (Rte. 83), 
Antioch. Crafts of all kinds, from country to Victorian, will be 
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by BILL DOTSON 

The production of 
"Fireman, Save My Child!" 
at The Grand Hotel's theater 
in Wauconda presents a 
problem for a reviewer. It's 
a corny, cliche-ridden show 
with one-dimensional 
characters and a stale plot. 
But how can they really be 
faulted for that when that 
seems to be exactly what 
they wanted to achieve 

The play, written by Ned 
Albert and directed by 
Tcrric Sncll, is billed as an 
old-fashioned melodrama 
comedy and clearly is in- 
tended as a throwback to the 
earliest days of theater. 

The show does a good job 
of recreating the flavor of 
that period in theater's 



time when 
gesture was 
every point 



history: the 
nearly every 
exaggerated, 
overstated. 

The story concerns the 
efforts of villainous Ar- 
chibald Quinglc in his at- 
tempt to make the fair Daisy 
Dor ranee forget Archibald's 
brother Chester and fall for 
him instead. Chester had 
gone off to the city to seek his 
fortune and hasn't been 
heard from in a while. 

However, when Chester 
later returns, it complicates 
Archibald's plans, requiring 
him to become even more 
cunning. 

The actors clearly have a 
great deal of fun with their 
roles. By far, the most en- 
tertaining and appealing 
character is Archibald. As 
played by Gary Koon, he is a 



colorful' but stereotypical 
villain, complete with a 
handlebar mustache, black 
cape and nasty laugh. He 
says things like "Now for 
some dirty work!" and even 
the old, reliable "Curses! 
Foiled again! "and somehow 
Rets away with it. 

Bethany Evans as Daisy is 
very funny as the dainty 
damsel who, as she says in a 
satirical soliloquy, is"even 
more put-upon than usual." 

One problem with the play 
is that Chester, un- 
fortunately, with his Dudley 
Do-Right voice, seems bland 
in comparison to Archibald. 
Actor Brad Davison cer- 
tainly seems competent 
enough a nd docs what he can 
with this boring character to 
bring him to lire. But the 
script doesn't really call for 
him todo much of anything. 

Cultural enlightenment 
this play is not, but it doesn't 
try to be. It's more like a big 
good-natured joke that the 
audience is invited to be a 
part of by "Boo" and "Yea" 
signs which the actors oc- 
casionally even point to. 
They also sometimes speak 
directly to audience 
members, responding to 
heckling or commenting on 
the play's action itself. 

I usually find that 
technique of breaking the 
illusion to be annoying when 
employed by TV shows like 
"Moonlighting", for 
example. But in this case, it 
seems fitting. 

. Broadway material this 
isn't. But it is fun. 



The annual Adler Holiday and weekdays from 1 to 7 Edwin L, Baron, hypnotist deftly puts volunteers 

Sale will be held at the p.m. and entertainer, will per- through a series of comic an- 

historic David Adler This juried show will in- form at the College of Lake tics after placing them in a 

Cultural Center from elude fine art paintings and ^^y ft ?:» p . m , ( W ed- 

Friday, Nov. 28 through drawings, pottery, jewelry, 

Saturday, Dec. 6. Shopping handwoven clothing and 



hypnotic state. 
The show will be held in 



Arboretum Slid* Show 

A multimedia slide program will be presented by nature 
photographers John and Kitty Kohout at a luncheon of the 
Illinois Dunesland Preservation Society at noon on Saturday, 
Nov. 15, at Illinois Beach Resort near Zion. The luncheon will 
be preceded by a rode walk along the shore of Lake 
Michigan, starting at 10 a.m. from the lobby of the resort. Of- 
ficers and board members will also be elected. The public is 
invited. Cost for the luncheon is 96 and reservations can be 
made by calling Richards at (312)336-9053. 



hours are Saturday and Sun- 
day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Artists 

Display 

Work 

The College of Lake Coun- 
ty will present the figurative 
work of two area artists in 
the Community Gallery of 
Art Nov. 14 through Dec. 21. 

Judith Roth will display 
her paintings and drawings 
of dancers and life studies. 
Sculptor John O. Edgcomb 
will present his. in- 
terpretations of the human 
form. 

The light classical music 
of guitarist Douglas J. An- 
derson will fill the gallery 
during the opening reception 
for the exhibit on Friday, 
Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. 

Gallery hours are Monday 
through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 
9:30 p.m.; Fridays, 6 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m.; Saturdays 10a.m. 
to 2 p.m. ; and Sundays, 1 to 5 
p.m. 

The reception and exhibit 
are free and open to the 
public. 

Square Done* 

The Paddock Lake 
Squares invite all square 
dancers to their November 
square dance on Thursday, 
Nov. 13 at the Central High 
School cafeteria, Hwy. SO, in 
Paddock Lake. Harry Lind 
will call the squares from 8 
to 10:30 p.m. Refreshments 
will be served after the 
. dance. 

Dining Guide % 

The good eating spots, 
whether you're in a hurry, 
seeking family dining or out 
for gourmet food for that 
"special occasion," are 
featured weekly in Lakeland 
Newspapers. 



baskets, ornaments, and a 
variety of handmade gifts. 

Visiting The David Adler 
Cultural Center, 1700 N. 
Milwaukee Ave. in Liber- 
ty ville, is a delightful way to 
do holiday shopping while 
getting in the holiday spirit. 
For more information call 
(312) 367^07. 



nesday, Nov. 19. 

R n mn rfi«w,i«r «r ii_ u^ Building 1 on the Grayslake 

Baron, director of the Hyp- ca mpus 19351 w 

notism Institute of Chicago, Washington St 
in psychology 



has a PhB 

from Loyola University. He 
has made several television 
appearances, including 
"The Mike Douglas Show" 

and has been featured in 
magazines such as Time, 
Newsweek and Life. 



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Seek Photo Ideal 

"If your club 
organization is planning a 
special event that lends itself 
to photo coverage, call the 
Lakeland 'Newspaper 



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To Light Candle 



The season for bewit- 
chment is not Halloween's 
alone. P.M. it L. Theater has 
extended the enchantment 
ihrough Thanksgiving and 
the early Christmas 
festivities. 

Can a witch Fall in love? 
And how does an 
"enlightened" being mix 
with mortals at social 
gatherings? 



Opening the weekend of 
Nov. 21-22. Antioch's P.M. & 
L Theater presents, at 8 
p.m., John van Druten's 
comedy, "Bell, Book and 
Candle." directed by Mark 
Badtke. 

A note should be made on 
the calendar to include this 
show in the holiday ex-- 
citement. Reservations arc 
taken at (312)395-3055. 



Schedule Play-A-Thon 



The David Adler Cultural 
Center and Suzuki Talent 
Education Program will 
sponsor their third annual 
Fall Concert and Play-a-thon 
on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m. at Carmel 
High School for Girls, 999 E. 
Lange, Mundelein. 

The program will feature 
160 violin and piano students 
from the ages of three 
through 12 performing in 
small recitals throughout the 
day. The students are collec- 
ting sponsors for the music 



they will play, and the 
money raised will benefit the 
cultural center and the 
Suzuki program. 

Admission to the concert is 
free" and the public is in- 
vited. 

Anyone who would like to 
sponsor a music student or 
more information may call 
(312) 367-0707. 

The David Adler Cultural 
Center, 1700 N. Milwaukee 
Ave., Libertyville, is a non- 
profit organization. 



Silent 

Movies 

Return 

< Silent movies return! On 
Nov. 25 at 10 a.m. and 7:30 
p.m., the mighty Barton 
Organ will resound with the 
music of Jeff Weiler as he 
accompanies "The Phantom 
of the Opera," the original 
silent film horror classic, 
and "Mutual I," four Charlie 
Chaplin shorts. 

Tickets arc $5 for adults, 
and 13.50 students, seniors , 
and military. Performances 
will be held at the Genesee" 
Theatre, 205 N. Genesee St., 
Waukegan. Call (312)336- 
0494 for more information. 

Schedule 




WHS Dance 

The Wilmot Key Club is sponsoring a dance on Saturday, 
Nov. 15, from 7 to 10 p.m. Hawaiin clothes are the dress for 
the evening as the students dance to the music of the school 
dj's. The admission will be $2.50 per person to help the club 
raise money for their projects for the school year. 

Blue Lite Birthday Party 

Blue Lite Singles will celebrate their November birthdays 
with a seafood buffet at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, at 
Zackery's, Holiday Inn, Gurnee. Dancing will follow from 9 
p.m. to 1 a.m. Reservations are a must. For information call 
(312)662-0354 or (312)662-6609. 



Barat Colege's Per- 
forming Arts Center will 
present Caryl Churchill's 
"Fen" at 8 p.m. on Thursday 
through Saturday, Nov. 20 
through 22, and at 3 p.m. on 
Sunday, Nov. 23, in the 
Drake Theatre, 700 E. 
WesUeigh Rd., Lake Forest. 

Set in England's Fen coun- , 
try, Churchill explores the 
human condition from the 
perspective of women farm 
workers. Tickets are $7 for 
general admission and $5 for 
students and seniors. 




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50 Horses Need New 
Stable After Blaze 



by MARK BENNO 

The owners of 50 horses 
got a nasty trick on 
Halloween night when the 
largest horse barn in Lake 
County was destroyed by a 
late-night blaze. The treat 
for the owners after that 
news was that none of their 
horses were injured or 
killed. 

The barn, owned by the 
Beau K Ranch, was in rural 
Grayslake at 19055 W, 
Washington St. Oldtime 
county residents will 
remember it as the old 
McGaughey horse barn. 

The barn took in horses for 
board, so none are left out in 
the cold, although many 
owners had to do some fast 
footwork to relocate their 
animals on short notice. 

Steve Allison of the Beau K 
Ranch said that plans for 
rebuilding the bam are 
already in progress. 
Rebuilding the barn is not 
really a matter of choice, 
because Allison remarked, 
"we've got to, in a hurry." 

Allison said' that most of 
the destroyed structure was 
built in 1976. Some work on 
the building had been com- 
pleted as recently as 1985. 

How the fire started is per- 
plexing Allison. He said that 
the Beau K Ranch spent a 
considerable amount of 
money and time cleaning up 
the ranch when they bought 
it. Their insurance company 
listed the ranch as being safe 
and low-risk, added Allison. 

Fire fighters from around 
the area joined Grayslake to 
battle the blaze. The fire 
fighters even saved the lives 
of approximately 42 horses, 
said Lee Shannon of the 
Grayslake Fire Dept. 

Shannon also said that one 
Grayslake fire fighter was 



injured in the evacuating 
process. Thomas Jacobs was 
kicked in the ribs by one of 
the horses he was trying to 
get to safety. Shannon said 
the injury was not too 
serious, since Jacobs was 
treated and released. 

Spontaneous combustion 
holds the preliminary blame 
for the fire. Shannon said 
that the hay barn, where the 



fire apparently started, con- 
tained approximately 8,000 
bales of hay. 

Allison does not fully agree 
with the preliminary cause, 
but the investigation is con- 
tinuing. If the cause is deter- 
mined not to be spontaneous 
combustion, then a new in- 
vestigation will attempt to 
determine the actual cause. 



Railroad Retirees 
May Pay More Tax 



Retirees receiving iter I 
nu Iron (I retirement benefits 
may have to pay more 
federal income tax for 1986. 
Umler the old rules, all tier 
payment were treated the 
satin* as social security 
retirement payments when 
f itfunnu whether any of the 
benefits were taxable. Under 
the new rules, the amont or 
Iter I benefits which can be 
treated the same as social 
security instead of railroad 
retirement. 

As an example. Mr. Smith 
is retired and received 
S lo.ooo in a mil road 
retirement benefits in 1986. 
It Mr. Smith had heen 
covered bv social secunlv 

* * 

rather than railroad 
retirement, he would have 



received $7,000 in benefits. 
On Mr. Smith's lederal tax 
return for 1986. $7,000 ol his 
retirement payments will be 
treated the same as social 
security. However, $3,000 
must be treated as a 
separate pension and will 
tall under the rules lor tier II 
railroad retirement 
payments. 

Intnrmatton about the 
taxation of retirement-; 
benefits is available from 
the Internal Revenue Ser- 
vice. Order free Publication 
915. Tax Information on 
Social Security Benefits and 
Tier I Railroad Retirement 
Benefits: Information on Iter 
II benefits is available in 
free Publication 575. Pension 
andAnnuilv Income. 



To Discuss Mid-Life Crisis 

Dr. J. Boelen, internationally renowned existentialist 
professor, author and lecturer, will speak for the Lake Forest 
Phoenix Group of St. Mary's at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 
20, at St. Mary's School, 175 E. Illinois Ave., Lake Forest. His 
topic will be "The Mid-Life Crisis." The Phoenix Group is a 
non-denominational organization for the separated, divorced 
and widowed, and all interested persons are invited to attend. 
Requested donation is $3 for members and $5 for non- 
members. For more information on the program or the 
Phoenix Group, call Bev Kuross, president, at (312)234-8062 
or Lynn Maurer, program chairman, at (312)295-7747. 




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will make a rare personal appearance in our store at the 

times and dates shown below. Bring the whole 

family, your camera for pictures with Emmett and meet a 

circus legend; Emmett will be pleased to autograph 

your newly-purchased collectibles. 



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FIFTY YEARS AGO: November 12, 1936 

The Antioch News looked back 41 years to November of 
1895. The paper reported that a horse belonging to Will Burke 
was found dead in a pasture. No cause of death was assigned 
to this befuddling mystery. The Antioch News strongly 
cautioned, however, that the report claiming that the horse 
had been shot "is mere idle rumor, with no foundation on 
fact." I think Antioch will be a better town for all of us when 
we find out who killed, 1 mean what happened, to Will 
Burke's horse. 

"Carl Carlson of Audubon, Iowa, won the 13th annual 
national corn husking championship by less than a peck of 
corn over the Illinois state title holder, Adam Byczynski." I 
have two comments here; I think the contest should have 
been called a draw when less than a peck separated the com- 
petitors, and what happened in the 63rd annual national corn 
husking championship? 

Here's one from the book, Sir Rodney style. 'Quick 
thinking gets us out of places we get in with wide open faces. 

TWENTY YEARS AGO: November 10, 1966 

The Sequoits finished the 1966 seasor.- vrilh a 6-1 record, 
their finest effort in20_ycarcr. AniToch's lone loss of the season 
.^arr.c igainsi Lake Forest. Lake Zurich was the team the 
Sequoits polished off to end the regular season. 

And here's a little 60's humor. Man: "I have come because 
of your advertisement for a man to retail canaries." 
Proprieter: "Oh, so you want the job." Man: "Sure. But tell 
me. How did they lose their tails in the first place?" Sorry, 
age didn't improve that joke. 

Members of the Antioch Women's Club heard a lecture on 
how to develop a more vibrant personality. The lecture must 
have been a success, since reports unfounded in fact indicate 
that for two days after the lecture the women of Antioch were 
almost to vibrant to bear. 

The Antioch News celebrated National Education Week, 
which will begin this year on Nov. 16. The paper urged paren- 
ts to visit schools and talk to teachers. Ben Franklin added, 
"If a man empty his purse into his head, no one can take it 
from him." 
TEN YEARS AGO: November 10, 1976 

This is from the "it's gotta hurt" department. The Antioch 
News reported that the 1976 football season ended on a sour 
note tor the Sequoits, as they lost 14-12 to GraysJake. 
Grayslake managed to string together eight losses before 
upsetting Antioch, giving the Sequoits a 3-6 record. 

"In the U.S. every kid has a chance to be president; it's just 
one of the risks he has to take." Ouch. 

The "Pfarr Corner" reported that "today the kids are 
wearing T-shirts decorated with photos of Starsky and Hutch 
and, of course, "The Fonz." And I had almost forgotten about 
those revolutionary television shows. 

Ronald Reagan, in his column, said that "no one has been 
able to say exactly what it is costing American business and 
the consumer to keep up the paperwork demanded by federal 
regulations. But one thing you can bank on: whatever the 
cost, it is being passed along to you at higher prices." What 
will be passed along at higher prices, the work or the paper? 
Or both? There's a politician for you, he talks for an hour and 
you still don't get it. 




Along the way 
with ANNIE MAE 



IT'S GREAT that this strike mess looks like it's finally going 
to be over. And I'm sure that Bob Linblad, Frank Walsh, Ted 
DeRousse, and Dick Olsen are, among others, glad that they 
can get back to normal around good old Antioch Community 
High School. I almost made the fellows some cookies and 
cake, but I couldn't quite get the package open. 
YES, ITS TIME for this week's holiday hint, Annie Mae's in- 
disposable survival guide for the upcoming joy, guilt, 
depression, and indigestion of the holiday season. I don't 
know what it is with some people, but there are certain mem- 
bers of my family that always show up late for Thanksgiving 
and Christmas dinner. This is what I do about these Tardy 
Toms. I throw a bunch of bones on the platter, to make them 
think they've missed dinner. Of course I let them off the hook 
eventually, but the fear in their eyes when they think dinner's 
over will assure you that at the next dinner they will be Punc- 
tual Petes. 

THE NEXT MEETING of the Antioch Women's Club will be 
on Nov. 17 at the Antioch State Bank. The exciting program 
will feature something I know I need work on, quilting, with 
the lecture delivered by Addie Davis. Nancy Zitkus will in- 
troduce last summer's Scholarship Recipients. 
IF YOU HAVE information about anything that might in- 
terest Annie Mae (and you'd be surprised, at my age, to find 
out what interests me) send it to me care of this newspaper. 

New Arrivals 

Andrtw Christian NawrtOfi 

A ion. Andraw Christian, wot born Oct. 71 at Conddl M««norioS Hovp-iol. liba* tyvill*. to 
Bud and Chrrt N«wion ol Anlioch, Th» baby hat an* irvt»c, Ivtfoy. and" on* brolbaf. 
eeniamm Gtondpaf »nli of* Mr. ood Mft. Dov* W*nmt'om ol Antioch ond lovcfon* 
N«wlon ol Antioch, Gr*atg<ondmorh*r it Mrv Anna Horknvtt ol Antioch. 
Andrew Robert W«t««f f Mrd 

A ton, Andrew *ob*it, wot born Oct. M o» Cond*N M*mof k>l Hotpilal. Lib*f tyvill*. lo 
Ruu«ll and Shonnon Wnttiopord ol Anlioch. G<ondpa<«ntt or. Huiv.ll ond Ann 
W*tl*rgaotd ol loku Vdlo. and Bob*ft ond Borboro FiUonatd at lindvnhurtl. 
G»«otgiandpor*nt» am Ootothy WnWigoofd (K«pn»0 ol Mountain Horn*. Aik., ond 
Hoff it and Hani* Burnt ol Bojdwjn . Mitt. 

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Antioch Crowns Two Brand 
New Football Champions 



Notes & News 



by CAKOLYN HAMMOND 

(312395-6081' 

They did it! We have a 
wmnerl There arc two 
champion football teams in 
Antioch this week. The 
Antioch Viking Heavyweight 
and Lightweight traveling 
teams are • champions of 
their respective weight 
classes in the Junior Foot- 
ball League of Illinois. To 
gain this honor, both teams 
had to defeat South Division 
champions Highland Park. 

In the Heavyweight game: 
Antioch Vikings 16, Highland 
Parks. 

In a rather lethargic first 
quarter with many defensive 
mistakes, compounded by 
cold weather and blustery 
winds, fullback Frank 
Hannigan ran GO yard for a 
touchdown only lo have it 
called back due to a clipping 
penalty. In the second 
quarter, due to a bad snap 
the Viking punter got sacked 
on his own ten-yard line. Two 
plays later Highland Park 
scored and made a two-point 
conversion. The score at the 
half ws Highland Park 8, 
Antioch 0. 

But, in the second half the 
Vikings asserted themselves 
and worked the football 
down to Highland Park's 
seven-yard line. On the last 
play of the third quarter. 



tailback Dale Morgan ran 
seven yards for a touch- 
down. Adam Perry then 
kicked a two-point con- 
version. The score was now 
tied at 8-8. In the fourth 
quarter the Vikings again 
worked the football upfield, 
and with one minute and 
seven seconds remaining on 
the clock, fullback Frank 
Hannigan ran again this 
time for 63 yards to score. He 
was hit by the opposition 
three times; twice he broke 
the tackles, and then he 
carried the last tackier with 
him into the end zone. He 
was not to be denied that six 
points. Adam Perry kicked 
another two-point con- 
version. Antioch's defense 
held the final minute of the 
play. Final score was 16-8. 

It was a game that the 
many Antioch fans who had 
come to cheer their boys on 
would never forget. But it 
probably meant the most to 
Coach Nick Pappadakis on 
his 48th birthday. Before the 
game began, the team had 
dedicated this game to him. 

. It was a first of other sorts, 
too. Both Hannigan and 
Morgan gained over 120 
yards rushing each. 
Defensive standouts were 
Jason DeBruhl, outside 
linebacker, defensive guard 
Jermey Smith, and inside 
line back Ken Paddock. The 



offense was led by the 
blocking of Rich Grandsart, 
Adam Perry, Travis Bloom, 
Jack Thompson, and Dan 
English. 

In the Lightweight game: 
Antioch Vikings 13, Highland 
Park 12. 

Highland Park started this 
game with a vengeance, 
running back the opening 
kickoff to score and scoring 
again three plays later. 
Despite the 12-0 score and 
the numbing cold and wind, 
the Vikings came back and 
scored on a Garrett Horn run 
for a 12-6 game at the half. 

In the third quarter, the 
Vikings sustained a drive to 
score once again on a Horn 
run. He also ran in the one- 
point conversion. He had the 
help of his whole team, 
though. The whole defensive 
team was outstanding in 
shutting down Highland 
Park's offense after the first 
quarter. It was a tremen- 
dous effort in a tremendous 
year. The Viking Light- 
weights were last year's 
champs too, and it is tough to 
repeat. Look at how every 
team is out to get the 
Chicago Bears! Coach Russ 
Lehn says, "I couldn't have 
had a nicer group of boys." 

Congratulations to all of 
you for your hard work and 
dedication! The Antioch 
Vikings will hold Awards 
Night at 6:30 p.m. on 
Tuesday, Nov. 18 at Antioch 
High School. Antioch High 
School Varsity Football 



Toys Mean Smiling Kids 
And Bankrupt Grandmas 



When I Think About It 






by GLORIA DAVIS 

Well it's the second week in November, 
and despite the fact that we haven't even had 
Turkey Day yet, that insipid friend of mine 
has already grabbed the chance to tell me 
that she's almost done with her Christmas 
shopping. 

To add insult to injury, she lost no time in 
also telling me that she wraps every present 
as she buys it, so that chore is also almost 
taken care of. 

I got away from her before she added that 
she has also addressed all her Christinas car- 
ds and her Christmas goose was already stuf- 
fed and in the oven on warm, because I knew 
that this would have been a smidgen tto 
much for me to take. 

Oh I've bought two or three presents 
already because I happened to sight those 
items on sale and they seemed to fit a few 
people on my Christmas list. 

When you get to be a grandparent, you sud- 
denly become reacquainted with the toy sec- 
tion of the Christmas catalogues and you find 
yourself looking in the windows of 
"Fashionable Tots." 

Christmas reverts back to what it's really 
all about, teaching tiny ones the words to a 
Christmas carol, reading stories of the Christ 
Child, and of course coping with little 
children's adoration of Santa Claus, their 
"most favoritest person in the whole world." 
I've gotten a few requests from those little 
darlings already and I sense the handiwork 
of my adult children who were spoiled by the 
sometimes insane and maddening generosity 
of my mother in some of these requests. 

They learned at a very young age that any 
toy deemed by mom and dad to be either too 
much money, or just plain too stupid, could 
be gotten fiom grandma by just dialing her 
phone number and dropping a bint in her 
always receptive ear. 

Now this grandma also aims to please, but 
my mother never had to deal with the kind of 
merchandising that the toy companies now 
employ. 

First they use the children's tv shows to 
establish a toy's status'symbol and then the 



peer pressure takes over (you wouldn't 
believe how young this starts!). "You can't 
come over unless you bring a Rainbow Brite 
doll." 

Now there is no such thing as just buying a 
certain doll, or a certain car or truck. First 
they create a character or group of charac- 
ters that the children are brainwashed to fall 
in love with. 

Brainwashed is the only thing to call it. 
How else can a rational person explain the 
fact that their innocent, baby-faced, blond 
and blue-eyed cherub wants a large stuffed 
kelly green monster with purple eyes and 
huge red fangs to hug when they go to sleep? 

Or maybe your little one, like Peter Rab- 
bit, has been smitten by the Cabbage Patch 
craze. This one will send you directly to 
bankruptcy court! t 

It seems that a new set of those flat-faced 
creatures comes out every week, complete 
with all the paraphanelia that goes with 
them. 

One must have several different ones 
named Esmerelda, Polly or Tad. Of course 
one of the gnomish bald Preemies is also a 
must. Then we have those athletic Cabbage 
Patchers, the twihsdnore costly than bir- 
thing real ones), and most recently, we have 
the Cabbage Patch Clowns. 

There are Cabbage Patch play pens, high 
chairs, cars, dishes, not to mention a war- 
drobe that would put Prince William's to 
shame and costing almost as much. 

Those yarn-haired gremlins can also be 
found adding a couple of bucks to the price of 
each kids' sweatshirt, dress, sweater, jeans 
or pair of pajamas they are emblazoned 
upon. 

Now that I've had my say I guess I'll see if 
I can get Teddy Ruskin for under $75. OK, 
OK, I'll get a few of those tapes that give him 
a vocabulary. Yes, I guess I'll have to get a 
few Ruskin outfits, one can't expect Teddy to 
perform in his natural state. 

Yipes, 1 suppose I'll have to buy three of 
everything. I know, 1 know! Like mother like 
daughter, what can I say? 



Coach Steve Wapon will be 
the featured speaker. 

The Boy Scouts of Troop 80 
had some excitement in their 
lives lately, too. They held a 
"SIlde-for-Lifc" campout 
Oct. 25-26 at the Northern 
Illinois Conservation Club. 
The scouts built a tower, 
attached a 375-foot rope to it, 
and slid down the rope to 
earth. Next year they plan to 
do this over water. Oh, boy! 

Antioch area Girl Scouts 
and Brownies are doing 
something a little tamer; 
they are selling M&M candy 
to earn money to support 
their own groups. The sale 
will continue through Nov. 
16. 

Thinking about Christmas 
decorations? Boy Scout 
Troop 190 is taking order 
now for freshly cut, live 
Christmas wreaths to be 
delivered in early Decem- 
ber. Prices range from 89 to 
830 a nd a re tax deductible. 

During the lull, as fail 
sports finish and winter is 
still on the horizon, it's a 
good time to attend the 
Antioch High School Drama 
Depl.'s production of "The 
Crucible," written by Arthur 
Miller. Curtain time is 7:30 
p.m. on Nov. 13, 14 and 15. 

Don't forget this Saturday 
is the third Saturday of the 
month, and you can bring all 
those aluminum cans you've 
been saving in to be recycled 
at the Orchard St. Shopping 
Plaza from 9 a.m. until 11:30 
a.m. 

Sfudents 

Attend 

Confab 

Eight Lake Villa Grade 
and three Antioch High 
School students were invited 
to participate in the National 
Council for Geographic 
Education Convention. 

The students were: R.J. 
Weinke (firth grade), 
Michael Huyett (fifth 
grade), Mike Mehnert (sixth 
grade), Duane Strantz 
(seventh grade), Cindy 
Contois (eighth grade), 
BriantHume (eighth grade), 
Scott Schaeffer (eighth 
grade), Mike Tolley (eighth 
grade), Dean Bazata 
(freshman), John Mehnert 
(senior), and Wade Kilman 
(senior). Geographic 

software was demonstrated 
to educators by the students 
in the workshop session 
titled, "Computers, Kids and 
Geography." 

They explained the con- 
cepts of the program and 
critiqued it from their points 
of view. The Oct 11 session 
was designed to provide 
educators with the op- 
portunity to preview 
geographic software and to 
help them learn what 
students thought of the 
programs-as enrichment 
and learning tools, for en- 
joyment, and ap- 
propriateness for grade 
level. 

The session coordinator, 
Judith Bock, .said the 
students took their 
responsibility seriously and 
did an excellent job 
discussing the software.. 
Participants of the con- 
vention appreciated hearing 
the students' opinions. 






Thursday, November «. 1986 



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Report First 
Quarter Honors 



Carmel High School For 
Girls in Mundelein has 
announced its first quarter 
honor roll for the 1966-87 
school year. 

The following students 
achieved honors: 

HMHHOMOM 

From fan Loka-Lueinita Rlngar; 
From Gfoytloke-Nodo Ko|k and Jona 
loSorfe: 
From Greet lahet-Tonyo Slraughn ond 

Kf it lid VanHorna; 

From Gurnee-Sharllyn Meme»olh and 

Kr Si tin • fa m pa \\a ; 

From <ng1««ld«»Suian Relnbold ond 
Jean King; 

From Lotto Villa ■■Tano H.gnian; 

From Und»n!iu(»t-t«!iiio Todd ond 
Nancy Sllngla; 

From Mundalotn-SaroK Kront, Klmberty 
Ahlgrlm, Amy Korytowtfcl, Wandy Slator, 
Julia Ambrut, Sheila' ickman, M«gon 
Thomat, Jannllar Cletcerl. Jenny Huaning 
and Jennifer Slolar; 

From Round Lake-Krltlnn Kally; 

From Wtxh worth -Kally Fur Ian; 

From Wauconda-Ka'herlna Bukoll, 
PolrkaHoronondColhaf. ' ut»; 

From Solam-Krittan Wain 
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From G roy tloha-Chriito LoFraniar; 
From Mundelein. -Rochel Donahue; 
OR A Of I MOMOM (*'•" ■»•»■■•. no 

■ra>ate below "C") 

From Groytloka-Mlcballa Brunt. Amy 
HoHmon, Chrliry Mangione and Sarah 
Uitey: 

From Graol loket--Amy Swob, Ion 
5n ovary, Dawn Evenhouie and Andraa 
Hall; 

From Gurnaa-Malitta Myrlck, Vikl 
Cvitkovlc. lorl* Kahoa. Oaborah Paiiar, 
Anna-Maria Schommar, Stephanie 
Sheridan, Carolyn Thraod ond Holly 
Rorrffofd; 

"From Ingletide-Anne Brophy. Chritllne 
Dam. llnda losVowiki. Chriitina Kend- 
ilorikl, Llta Almgran and ( Aimaa Owe- 
(orihl; 

from loko ViHa--A.n. Metny lichuk . 
Maltfia Miadona. Tatnara Savoiko, Mary 
Pal Bland, Paggy Giannakak.it and 
ChritlinoMatnytichuk; 

From Lindanhurtt-Sandra Tomony and 
Tan Coviall. 

From Mundalain-'Chritlina Bureni, Toro 
Coakloy, Kally Dwyar, llto Jonui, Lour a 
ORouika. Sutan Jurgent, Callaan Dwyar. 
Wandy Huaning. Jonnilar Mahe'r. 
Cotharina Manning. Amy E. Mayar. 
Chntnna Mullan, Soroh Wolarmon, Ranaa 
Young. Jannilar Buram Tara Grillin, 
Irnio Klinkar ond Nicole Wocuia. 

From Norlh Chkogo-Kimbarly Rullin, 
Ilia Owctarlki, Ranaa Samotko andMory 
Ann Pogoduan ; 

From Round lade-Tereia Folay. Com 
Molldor, Michelle Paarion. Torata 
Peortall. Mkhelle Cevolio*. Eileen Gib- 
boot. Vktorlo Paranli. Virginia Paortall. 
Erlkq Paarion ond Elaina Mollhawt; 



From Wodtwonh -Grata Guiman: 
From Wauconda-Tracy Ambroilo, 

Angola Schraml, Cynthkt Podraia, Glna 

Sthoeler and Chriitina Oiiotlno: 
From Wild wood -Kona Kallor. Kolhloan 

McCarthy, Angelina (won and Klmborly 

Boydilan, 

Carmel High School For 
Boys in Mundelein has un- 
announced its first quarter 
honor roll for the 1966-87 
school year. 

The following students 
achieved honors: 

PR1N OP A L'l L tl T (All f raatl "A", 

John Glali ond Kenneth Godwin ol 
Mundelein; Timothy Chomernik ond Phltip 
Klloro ol Gurnao; Robert Dam, tnglatida: 
and Garold Sowkhl and Joiaph Lahmon of 
Graat Laket. 

tMtl HOMORl (All t'»da« "A" or "■," 
nomortlhantwe'l't" 

From Woucondo-'Michoal Dallmonn, 
Douglai Hardar, Sieven Hill, and Donald 
Bloke; 

From Mundaleln-Jame* Finn, Wllfrad 
Soppa, Paul Woihburn. Tlmolhy Donohua, 
Joiaph Siroctak. Alo Altar, and Philip 
Itnrtn; 

From Great lakei-Jamai Graham; 

From tlndenhurtr-Thomat Habari, 
Garold Sllngla ond Jutlln Wolll; 

From Gurnee-Peter Schommar ond 
Horn Bktrkmon; 

From It land loka-Mork Stadiharr; 

From Nofih Chkogo-Dwight Thompton 
and Thomai Holwm; 

From Graytlahe-Jetf rey DaMayar; 

From Wildwood-Rongld Fraaman; 
SlCOtJO HOMOM (Mo V raaW lower 
than -•" ) 

From Anlioch-Mork Carpenter; 

From North Chkogo-Jamat Corpantar, 
Timothy (vat, John Kovacovk and Paul 
Touiignonl; 

From Munda Iain-Kurt Haln, Todd 
Orlond. Mork Ropplaon, Edwin Sullivon. 
William Abarnarhy. Mkhaat Bowat, 
Kannalh Goia. Robart longer. Mark loulo, 
Jamat Smlih, Philip Wand. Jeffrey 
Fainandagan. Brian Finn. Bradly Suhling, 
Robert Leiko and Juda Wynn; 

From Round Loka Baoch-Thomat Hanry; 

From North Chuogo-Jomot Corpanlar, 
Tlmolhy Ivet, John Kovotevk and Paul 
Toutlgnonl; 

From Grant lokat"Thomot Millikln, 
Charlat Staworl. Mkhoal Gayar, Taranca 
Shao, Chrit Sltuamplar, Moiihaw Sowkkl 
and Michael Monohon; 

From Wtldwood-'Danial Steeiil and 
Marthall Schoenke; 

From Loka Vlllo-Mkhoal Witlar and 
Anthony Curron; 

From Ittand lake-Glenn Cordon; - 

From Wouconda -Robart Hainrkht, 
Steven Lomorra and David Df awat: 

From Gurnaa-Davld Smith, Kally 
Damptkl and Scott Kurrh; 

From Graytlaka--Scolt Slohoviak ond 
Darren loSof ta: 

From Ingle tide --Jut tin Mroi; 

Fo* River Grova-Ginlarot Wott. 



LAKE COUNTY 




1312) 
662-2223 



The Lake County Sheriff's Dept. Warrants Div, and Crime 
Stoppers are seeking information on the whereabouts of one 
"Brian Cartwright." He is wanted on a fugitive from justice 
warrant. Bond is set at $25,000. 

Cartwright is described as a white male, 22 years of age, 5 
foot, 2 inches tall, 140 lbs. with black hair and hazel eyes. His 
last known address was 3326 Pace in Park City. 

If you have any information about this crime or any other 
felony crime or felony fugitive, contact Crime Stoppers at 
(312)662-2222.- 



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Rep. Dick Klemm Gives 
Conservation Advice 



With the winter season 
upon us, all Illinois residents 
should take the necessary 
steps to conserve energy and 
keep their utility bills at a 
minimum. When residents 
cannot afford to pay their 
power bills because of 
economic hardship, they 
should also check into 
assistance programs which 
will help cover energy costs, 
according to State Rep. Dick 
Klemm. 

Most residents can reduce 
the amount of energy used to 
heat their home by keeping 
the doors closed to unused 
rooms, closets or cabinets; 
placing a rug along the bot- 
tom of doors to stop drafts; 
opening the drapes on the 
east, south and west side of 
the home on sunny winter 
days; and closing the drapes 
or shades on cloudy days or 
at night. 

It is also beneficial to keep 
the thermostat at 68 degrees 
during the day and dial the 
thermostat down five to 10 
degrees during the night. 
This could save utility 
customers up to 10 percent 
on heating bills. In addition, 
residents should check fur- 
nace filters monthly, seal 
cracks around windows and 
doors with caulking or tape, 
and make "interior storm 
windows" out of plastic film. 



To Get 
Ciotrres 



Almost everyone knows 
the story about the two 
tailors who are hired to 
make a special outfit for the 
Emperor and how they 
tricked him with "invisible" 
clothing. 

"New Clothes for the Em- 
press," an updated version 
of this fairy tale by Eleanor 
Harder, will be presented 
Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. 
on Nov. 15, 22 and Dec. 6 at 
the Central Lake Family 
YMCA, 634 E. Countryside in 
Mundelein. 

Local students, who at- 
tended Greasepaint & 
Spotlights acting classes at 
the Y, are cast in all roles. 

They are: Ann Frederick, 
Joanna Langworthy, and 
Lora Lang, all of Liber- 
tyville; Nicky Powers of 
Mundelein; Amy Brell of 
Wildwood; Jennifer J obi on- 
ski and Patty Ryan of Lake 
Zurich; Lisa Reinholz of 
Lake Forest; and Maureen 
Spiwak of Buffalo Grove. 



Conserving the use of hot 
water can also go a long way 
toward lowering energy 
costs. Homeowners and ren- 
ters can reduce their power 
bills by up to 20 percent by 
keeping the temperature on 
hot water heaters set on low- 
-approximately 120 degrees. 
It is also a good idea to in- 
sulate water heater storage 
tanks with an approved kit; 
take a short shower instead 
of a bath; do not run hot 
water continuously when 
washing or shaving; and 
wash clothes in warm or cold 
water when practical, 

For those who have dif- 
ficulty paying their utility 
bills, the state has im- 
plemented several energy 
assistance programs. For 
example, the Illinois Home 
Weatherization Assistance 
Program helps low-income 
families reduce their utility 
bills by weatherizing their 
homes. Since 1979, the Dept. 
of Commerce and Com- 
munity Affairs has used 
federal funds to weatherize- 
free of charge-an average of 
15,000 homes a year for the 
elderly, handicapped and 
other low-income citizens. 
The weatherization is 
provided by local agencies, 
usually a Community Action 
agency. This one-time in- 
vestment of weatherization 
funds is "repaid" when 
energy use is reduced year 
after year, allowing the 
family to remain more self- 
sufficient. 

When a home is 
weatherized, energy costs 



are reduced, and the dollars 
saved are free to be spent on 
other purchases. While 
calculations are complex, 
each dollar spent ot pur- 
chases other than energy 
bills will generate about a 
dollar more in economic 
benefits to Illinois citizens. 

Other economic benefits 
include the fact that the 
weatherization program 
pumps tens of millions of 
dollars into Illinois com- 
munities. Over 90 percent of 
these funds are spent in 
Illinois purchasing 
weatherization materials 
locally and creating jobs for 
Illinois citizens. 

Those needing assistance 
in meeting utility costs can 
receive help through the 
Illinois Residential Af- 
fordable Payment Plan- 
often known as the "12 Per- 
cent Plan." This program 
allows qualified customers 
to pay 12 percent of their in- 
come on utilities. This 
lowers the amount citizens 
pay for utilities, and ensures 
that their power will not be 
shut off during the cold win- 
ter months. Those with in- 
comes of up to 125 percent of 
the poverty level are eligible 
for energy assistance-- 
approximately $13,752 for a 
family of four in Illinois. 

Another program, the 
Illinois Home Energy 
Assistance Program, helps 
eligible households pay 
home energy bills. For more 
information on this 
program, call the Energy 
Hotline, (600)252-8643. 



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LAKE COUNTY 




(3121 
662-2222 






The Fox Lake Police Dept and Crime Stoppers are seeking 
information on a serious pedestrian hit-and-run accident 
which occurred on Rollins Rd., approximately 370 feet west 
ol the Rte. 59 overpass in Fox Lake between 6:30 and 6:50 
p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21. 

The victim, who Is in critical condition, is a white female, 
14-ycars-old. 

Anyone having information about this crime or any other 
felony crime or felony fugitive, should contact Crime Stop- 
pers at 1312) 662-2222. ' 

If your information results in an arrest and indictment, you 
will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. 

Remember, Crime Stoppers wants your information, not 
your name. 



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Thursday, November 13, 1986 






t 

GOP Gained Ground In County Board Voting 



hyJOHNSTEINKE 
(Political Columnist) 

On Nov. 4, 12 out of the 24 Lake County 
Board members were elected to four-year 
terms, The Republicans maintained their 
long-standing dominance on the County 
Board, winning 10 out of 12 races in the fall 
balloting. The GOP gained one scat in the 



election, and now commands a 20-4 edge on 
the county board. The Republicans recorded 

a gain with the eleciton of Matt Miholic from 
Dist. 2. The Democrats scored only two vic- 
tories when the voters reelected Ulst. 2 Rep. 
John Balen of Waukegan and Dist. 3 Rep. 
Sam Payne of Zion. 



University Women 
Pay Education Tribut 




The' Chain O'Lakcs- Chapter' of American 
Assn. of ''University Women will honor 
National Education Week, Nov. 16-22. To pay 
tribute to local teachers and staffs, the 
AAUW will deliver baked goods to the 

teachers' lounges in school districts 24. 34, 41 
and 1 17. 

Donna Studee has made greeting cards to 
go wilh the baked good which read "The 

American Assn. ol University Women 
salutes you during National Education Week, 
Nov. 16-22, 1986." 

The school report card created in the 
Education Reform Act of 1983, was sent out 
from each school district by Oct. 31. The 



report card is intended to evaluate 
performance of its schools and students. 
Anyone who is having trouble 



the 



un- 



derstanding it can use a state publication. 
"Understanding the School Report Card, A 
Parents' Guide," which may be helpful. 

The AAUW is receiving newsletters from 
school districts 24. 34, 412 and 117 this year. 

News that would be of interest to the com- 
munity will be briefly noted in the AAUW 
newsletter. 

From the Septemljer/October school 
newsletters, there are several an- 
nouncements. Antioch High School reported 
that it has created a babysitting service to 

aid the community. Milburn School and Lake 
Villa Schools stated they have preschool 
screening available for children ages three- 

to-fivc-ycars-old. The school newsletters will 
be at the branch meetings if anyone would 
like to read them for further details. 



The Republican nominees were unopposed 
in the election from Dists. 4 and 5. Besides 
Democrats Balen and Payne, three GOP in- 
cumbents were also reelected, including 
Dist. 1 Rep. Helen Amendola of Highland 
Park, Dist. 3 Rep. Jim LaBelle of Zion, and 
Dist. 4 Rep. Norm Geary of Grayslake. Two 
former county board members made 
comeback victories: Dist. 2 Rep. Matt 
Miholic of Lake Bluff and Dist. 5 Rep. Mike 
Graham of Liberty ville. 

Dist. 6 Rep. Bruce Hansen of Lake Zurich 
retained his county board seat in the elec- 
tion, Hansen was appointed to the position on 
July 11, 1986, following the death of Glenn 
Miller. The four GOP newcomers are Dist. 1 
Rep. Charlotte "Char" Kiesgen of Fox Lake, 
Dist. 5 Rep. Carol Calabresa of Libertyville, 
and Dist. 6 Rep. John Reindl of Mundelein. 

Here are the Nov. 4 election returns from 
the six county board districts: 

Dist. l-Deerfield and West Deerfield 
Twos., along with the southern third of 
Shields Twp. and the eastern portion of Ver- 
non Twp. 

X Helen Belmont Amendola, Rep. 15,407 
X Richard "Rick" Price, Rep. 12,283 
Michael Simkin, Dem. 8,693 

Dist. 2-Southem Waukegan, all of North 
Chicago and most of Lake Bluff 
X John Balen, Dem. 4,545 
X Matt Miholic, Rep. 4,295 

Frances Vetrone, Rep. 3,594 

R. Jerome Hodge, Dem. 3,567 



Dist. 3-Benton, Newport and Zion Twps., 
along with northern Waukegan 
X Jim LaBelle, Rep. 8,796 
X Sam Payne, Dem. 6,602 

B.F. Bailey, Rep. 6,508 

Bertha Ogrin, Dem. 5,564 

Dist.' 4-Antioch, Avon, Grant and Lake 
Villa Twps. 
X Norm Geary, Rep. 
X Charlotte "Char" Kiesgen, Rep. 
-No Democratic candidates 

Dist. 5-Libertyville, Vernon and Warren 
Twps, 

X Mike Graham, Rep. 
X Carol Calabresa, Rep. 
-No Democratic candidates 



Dist. 6-Cuba, Ela, Fremont and Wauconda 
Twps., along with the western portions of 
Libertyville and Vernon Twps. 
X Bruce Hansen, Rep. 13,212 
X John Reindl, Rep. 12,166 

Virginia Krueger 5,699 

Peter J. Suk, Dem. 4,070 

X denotes winners 

Lake County Board Representatives earn 
an annual salary of $16,000. In addition coun- 
ty board members also serve as forest 
preserve commissioners. They receive $20 
per meeting plus 20 cents a mile for every 
forest preserve session that they attend. 



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Sharing A Laugh 

Lake County Democratic Chairman Jay Ukena (left) 
and Republican Chief Judge William Block both find 
something to laugh about as election returns come in. 
Ukena had a good night as the Democrats held on to 
the county clerk's office after a stiff challenge from 
Republicans. — Photo by Charles Johnston 

Saint Therese 
Offers Screen i ng 

As part of a nationwide 
campaign to discover the 
"hidden diabetic," Saint 
Therese Medical Center in 
Waukegan, in cooperation 
with the American Diabetes 
Association (ADA), is of- 
fering free diabetes detec- 
tion tests through Nov. 16, 
from 9 a.m. to 1:45 p.m., 
during "National Diabetes 
Month." 

Diabetes affects one per- 
son out of every 20, 12 million 
nationally. Five million 
Americans are unaware 
they have diabetes. This is 
because many people with 



Type 11 (non-insulin depen- 
dent) diabetes do not ex- 
perience recognizable symp- 
toms. 

Registration for the FREE 
tests can be made by calling 
the medical center at (312) 

360-2530 or (312) 356-6600 

(Saint Therese Area Trauma 
Satellite, Lake Villa). In- 
formation is also available 
at the ADA Detection Hotline 
at (312) 346-1805. Ap- 
pointments are necessary 
since participants must 
follow special dietary 
guidelines before the test. 



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Luncheon and Economic Panel 

The Lake Forest Graduate School of Management will hold 
an Economic Forecast Luncheon and panel discussion at 
11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Deerpath Inn, Lake 
Forest. Dr. Barry Amus, a nationally-known authority on 
economics, will discuss the impact of the 1966 election and 
tax reform on the economy. Joining him will be J. William 
Baker, vice president of First Chicago Corp. and chairman of 
the Lake County Planning Commission, and Jack Miller, 
president and CEO of the Quill Corp. Baker and Miller will 
discuss the implications of these forecasts on northern 
Illinios and Lake County. The luncheon is open to the public. 
Cost is $25 per person, and reservations are necessary. For 
reservations or more information, call Faith Dick at the 
school, (312)234-5005. 

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Superintendents' Graveyard 



Perhaps the best argument residents of Ar- 
bor Vista have in seeking to detach from 
Warren Twp. High School and become part 
of Libertyville High School's District is the 
continuing instability at the top at Warren. 

The abrupt "resignation' 1 of Dr. Lawrence 
Callan last week lent credence to the local 
joke that Warren has become a superin- 
tendent's graveyard. It was clear that Callan 
was forced out of his job. In fact, the faction 
of the board that wanted him out was so 
desperate that it agreed to pay his contract 
through March, 1987 if he would agree to 
resign. He did. 

Callan ted the district admirably through a 
very tough couple of years. Consider some of 
the problems that have been dealt with in the 
past few years: 

-Relocation of the campus to Lake Forest 



in the aftermath of an arson fire, destroying 
the old campus. 

-Putting together the money to rebuild the 
old campus in a manner that could bring the 
community into accord. 

-Fighting off a bid by Arbor Vista residents 
to leave the district and attach themselves to 
Libertyville. 

It is to Callan's credit that right up to the 
end, he worked diligently for the best in- 
terests of Warren's students. His persistent 
efforts were crucial to obtaining $375,000 in 
emergency relocation aid that was vetoed 
last spring. 

If the board of education does not soon 
exert the leadership to bring stability to the 
district, they may find that residents of Ar- 
bor Vista are not the only ones who would 
like to opt out. 




Editor's View, 



Plight Of Too Many Beds 




At another time nnd perhaps another 
place, the revelation that Illinois has more 
excess hospital beds than any other state in 
the country would be devastating to plans tor 
construction in North Chicago of the Chicago 
Medical School/Humana Corp. joint venture 
hospital. In the era of deregulation and 
advancement of free market competition, 
the reality of existing hospitals having scores 
of beds going unused comes as little more 
than incidental information. 

A recently released study shows that 
Illinois has from 7.005 to 18,090 too many 
hospital beds with most of the excess being 
located in Chicago. 

The significance of the study is that excess 
hospital beds add untold millions of dollars to 
health care costs in general. Even empty, a 
hospital bed represents a variety of fixed 
costs such as mortgage payments and 
staffing. 

Existing Lake County hospitals, each with 
individual excess bed capacity, are working 
with various degrees of success in for- 
mulating new utilization policies. The advent 
of the proposed Chicago Med/Humana 
Hospital will only make a bad situation 
worse as far as these hospitals are con- 



cerned, but in the present environment it's 
"every man for himself." 

Much as we support the free enterprise 
system, we struggle with the wisdom of 
abandonment of the apparatus of state 
supervised Certificate of Need (CON) 
process for building new hospitals as is being 
advocated in some quarters, especially 
higher medical care costs. The only hope is 
that the new hospital advocates, taking 
market conditions into account, might want 
to hold off on starting construction until 
population growth and redistribution catches 
upwith bed capacity. 

Even as naive as that might sound; what 
other straw is there to grasp? Along with the 
information on hospital beds, experts are 
predicting that up to 25 percent of Illinois 
hospitals will be forced to close within the 
next five years. That calamitous reality is 
almost impossible to contemplate, certainly 
a fact that can't bo-shrugged off with a bow 
toward the free market philosophy. 

Obviously, the cumbersome and much- 
criticized Illinois CON process didn't do its 
job. The excess bed capacity didn't evolve 
overnight. Now maybe economic restrictions 
will come to bear, painful as they might be. 



Letters To The Editor: 



Deannexation Wrong 

Editor: 

I am speaking out in opposition to the 
deannexation of the Arbor Vista- subdivision 
from the Woodland and Warren Twp. High 
School districts. 

lama private citizen who is not a resident 
of Arbor Vista, but am a resident of Warren 
Twp., having resided in Gurnee for 55 years. 
I am a former teacher at Warren Twp. High 
School, "having taught there for 40 years, now 
retired. 

The Warren Twp. boundaries were set in 
the 1700s or early 1800s. The Warren Twp. 
High School boundaries were set in about 
1916 or 1917. The Woodland Grade School 
boundaries were set in 1948 or 1949. These 
lines have all served well in the past, and I 
feet they should continue to remain the same 
in the future. 

It is my belief that when the people now 
living in Arbor Vista purchased or built there 
they knew that the properties were in the 
Woodland school district and the Warren 
Twp. High School district, and that they 
surely did some investigating as to what 
school their children would be attending, and 
what the schools were like. 

As a teacher at Warren for 40 years and as 
an observer for the past 15 years, I feel that 
Warren students have received and are 
receiving a very good education, and that the 
students coming from Woodland likewise 
have had a good educational background. 

I was senior class sponsor at Warren for 
many years, and have since attended many 
class reunions, and have seen and heard of 
the many fine successes of WTHS graduates, 
successes of which we all can be proud. 

I have likewise attended most of the honors 
assemblies at WTHS at the close of the school 
term for the past 15 years and thus have seen 
and heard of the many honors and ac- 
complishments of our present students. 
Assuredly they are getting an excellent 
education. The opportunities are there. 

I live near the center of the township. If I 
am dissatisfied with the school systems or 
am not pleased with my neighbors or the 
community, I can deannex from the town- 



ship by simply selling my home and moving 
to a location that I desire. The same can be 
said of the individual families residing in the 
Arbor Vista subdivision who are now asking 
for special privileges for themselves. 

I do not believe that it is right for this 
portion to be carved out of Warren Twp. and 
subsequently placed over the tine into the 
Libertyville area, an action that would 
create new problems for both the Woodland 
and the WTHS school districts. 

I believe that my opinions represent the 
opinions of a silent majority of Warren Twp. 
residents who have not spoken out. 

I urge that the County School Board of 
Trustees deny the petition of Arbor Vista to 
deannex from the Woodland and the Warren 
Twp. High School districts. 

GilberlD.CIem 
Gurnee 

Praises Firemen 

Editor, 

Recently, our family had an opportunity to 
observe first-hand the efficient 
professionalism of the Fox Lake Fire Depl. 
and their colleagues from Antioch. 
Grayslake, McHcnry, Spring Grove, Hound 
Lake. Lake Villa and Wauconda. 

We are most appreciative of the courtesy 
and kindness shown to us. 

Fox Lake and the surrounding com- 
munities can be justly proud of the 
firefighters of Lake County, quadrant 1 1. 

Marie Brooks Nybo 
Inglcside 



Letters Invited 

Letters to the editor ore 
welcome. They should be on 
topics of general interest, ap- 
proximately 250 words or less.. All 
letters must be signed, and con- 
tain home address and 
telephone number. The editor 
reserves the right to condense all 
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ere's A Mayor 
Who's Selling 
His Community 

by RILL SCHROEDER 

Some mayors do more than make sure the 
village bills are paid, the sewers are working 
and that the police dept. is writing enough 
traffic tickets. ' 

Some of them, like Mayor Martin J.Itzin of 
Burlington, Wis,, are deeply involved with in- 
dustrial and economic development. Mayor 
Itzin recently has been sending letters to 
business leaders and owners in this locality, 
urging them to look at his community for 
plant expansion or relocation. What he has to 
say is interesting-and significant. 

We were especially interested in what 
Mayor Itzin referred to as "everything to 
please you and your employees." Consider 
this shopping list: 

-Industrial park with cityservices 

-Security 

-Recreation opportunities v 

-Excellent school system 

-Fine medical care and facilities 

-Airport 

-Abundant housing 

-Unique location with easy access to 
Milwaukee and Chicago. 

As a clincher, Mayor Itzin enclosed a clip- 
ping from the local newspaper describing 
how Burlington is less expensive in which to 
live and work than most other locations 
throughout the U.S., according to a cost 
analysis by Runzheimer International, a con- 
sulting firm. 

Well, Burlington is a pretty nice town, but 
on the basis of the mayor's shopping list, I'd 
say our community stacks up pretty well in 
the same categories, besides being closer to 
Milwaukee and Chicago. The difference is 
that Mayor Itzin is out beating the drums for 
his town, telling the world about Burlington 
and doing something positive about 
promoting jobs and better economic con- 
ditions. 

Nice going, Mayor. We commend you. How 
about some of Lakeland's chief executives 
taking pen in hand? 

******* 

DUAL EVENT-The Lake County Family 
YMCA is coupling a tribute to a tireless civic 
leader with fund raising in a $100 a plate din- 
ner Monday, Nov. 24, at Glen Flora Country 
Club. 

The occasion will honor Richard F. Ken 1 
nedy, retired publisher of the Waukegan 
News-Sun, one of the most indefatigable 
workers for worthwhile public causes in 
memory. Dick and I crossed paths from time 
to time on various civic projects, but this 
writer and no one else ever kept up with the 
always jovial news executive. 




About the only thing Kennedy never got in- 
volved with was politics. Maybe that's why 
he had time for so many other endeavors. He 
and his wife are residents of HcatherRidge, 
Gurnee. 

******* 

NOT FORGOTTEN— Sybil Yastrow, newly 
elected regional superintendent of schools, 
opined in the waning days of the November 
campaign that she was the "forgotten can- 
didate." Running unopposed, maybe she 
was. 

And by a quirk in the statutes, Mrs. 
Yastrow won't take office next month when 
other county officials will be sworn in. She 
won't take over her duties by law until next 
August. 

While other candidates tended to the grub- 
by job of corraling votes, Sybil was able to 
immerse herself in the job of helping solve 
problems" of the county's many school 
districts. "That's the part of my job I love, 
problems relating to children and schools. 
I'm not a politician." 

Even if she wasn't center stage during the 
campaign, we're predicting Sybil Yastrow 
won't be forgotten, certainly not when she 
takes over next year. 

******* 

TAKING OVER— A festive occasion has 
been planned at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 21, 
when Vincent Rooney will be installed as 
postmaster of the Grayslake post office. 
Rooney has been postmaster of Highwood. 
This is an event where postal officials from 
all neighboring towns, community leaders 
and family and friends take part. We wish 
Postmaster Rooney well. 

******* 

FOREIGN IMPACT— In case you've been 
taking stories about the impact of foreign 
competition with a grain of salt,- enter Liber- 
tyville from south Milwaukee Ave. and see 
for yourself. There are so many Japanese 
auto signs on either side of the road that it 
looks like you're entering the outskirts of 
Tokyo. More and more foodstuffs are turning 
up on supermarket -shelves that were 
manufactured overseas. Our family enjoyed 
a seafood bisque the other night. Turned out 
that the meal had originated in Japan. I'm 
not talking about fancy, gourmet items, but 
everyday, plain, simple things. Pretty scary. 
Makes you wonder sometimes what's hap- 
pening to America. 



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Thursday, November tM?** 




'Ham' Has Signals 
Straight After Retiring 

by GORDON CRANDALL have hit the spot, for there followed a three- 
Howard E. Hamilton or Leisure Village is year courtship ending in their marriage in 
truly "a man for all seasons." He has been s *- L°uis on Jan. 23, 1943. 
an executive of a multi-million dollar firm, Tne Hamiltons have two children and now, 
an Army Air Corps veteran, a ham radio four grandchildren. Their daughter, Regina 
operator, a private airplane pilot, boating en- is a nurse in Hartford, Conn, and has two 
thusiast, and a classic car collector. boys, ages 13 and 16. Son Howard Jr., lives in 
He just joined the ranks of retirees this St. Charles and has a daughter, 10, and a son, 
year as vice president and regional manager 7. He manages his own advertising firm . 
of America's largest professional fun- Howard is the daredevil type, so naturally 
draising counseling firm, Ketchum, Inc. He he had to fly his own plane, or planes as it 
also served as a member of the board of turned out. In 1939 he began training to fly 
directors. with a Velie Monocoupe, the sportsmen's air- 
In case you wonder, as many do, what kind craft in the '30s. He got his pilot's license in 
of occupation this is, Ketchum, Inc. plans 1941. -Later he went on to Piper Cubs, 



and manages major multi-million dollar fun- 
draising campaigns for colleges, univer- 
sities, hospitals, as well as other institutions 
and stcial agencies. The objectives of these 



Aeronica Champions, Stinsons, Wacos, 
Beechcrafts and others. 

Today, he and Louise attend all the air- 
plane shows like the one at Oshkosh, Wis. 



campaigns currently range from about 12 Howard belongs to the Experimental Air- 



million to $300 million. 

Here's a partial list of institutions and 
organizations for which Hamilton has served 
as counsel: The University of Chicago, 
George Washington University, St. Louis 
University, University of Wisconsin, Abbott- 
Northwestern Hospital, two YMCA's, the 
Salvation Army, and the National Assn. of 
Broadcasters, to name a few. 

He is especially proud of his role in 
organizing a United Way charity drive in Los 
Angeles during 1967. There were a total of 
20,175 volunteers in that area under his direc- 
tion. 



craft Assn., a dwindling group of aviation 
pioneers who flew OX-5 engine aircraft prior 
to Dec. 31, 1940. This was the engine for all 
"Jennies," World War I military planes. 

The Hamiltons are also active in a Classic 
Auto Club. They go on auto tours and rallies 
like those at Lake Geneva. They are proud 
owners of a 1967 Ford Classic Mustang con- 
vertible, a vintage burgundy body color with 
a white top. "Four on the floor"-remember? 

Howard served with the Fifth Air Force in 
the Pacific Theatre of Operation during the 
latter part of World War II. He was stationed 
at air bases in Hawaii, Guam, Okinawa, and 



Like the Fictional Horatio Alger, Hamilton finally Japan. He was assigned to Special 

started from small beginnings. He was born Services and his duty was to arrange USO 

to immigrant parents in the little town or shows for the military. "Something for the 

Landskrona, Sweden, in 1919. His mother boys," as singer Mary Martin put it, included 

was an elementary school teacher and his such popular acts as Sharon Rogers' All-Girl 

father was a tradesman, who later became a Band from Chicago. We can assume the Gls 

superintendent for International Harvester, liked that, as this former Gl can attest. 

The family emigrated to the U.S. when Occupation duty at Aisugi Air Base near 

Howard was only seven-years-old. Today, he Tokyo was his last overseas post. Here he 

has no trace of a Swedish accent. was In charge of the U.S Army Educational 

His education consisted of graduating from Service. Howard said, "I enjoyed Japan im- 



Escanaba (Mich.) High School and the 
University of Nebraska as an English major. 

He enlisted in the Army Air Corps and ser- 
ved from 1942 to 1946. Most of the time he was 
a Special Services officer who organized 
recreational activities and USO shows for the 
military. He claims he had "101. different 
assignments." 

He was stationed at several air bases, but 
remembers well Muroc Air Base (now Ed- 
wards) in California, A B-24 transitional 
training airfield. He was three years 
married when his daughter, Regina, was 
born on the base. 

Howard had met Louise Scholle in late 1939 



mensely. I met some interesting and clever 
people there." But no "Sayonara" to some 
Madame Butterfly, for he had his Louise. 

After the war Howard continued to work 
with the USO as club director in Las Vegas. 
From there he became an executive on the 
naional staff in New York, then regional 
director on the West Coast. 

After gaining some fundraising experience 
with The United Way in Los Angeles, he 
heard of an opening with Ketchum, Inc. 
professional fundraisers, and applied for it. 
He was hired and began as campaign direc- 
tor in December 1957. He was promoted to 
vice-president of the company in 1967. In 1971 



through some friends. The next February he he was promoted to regional manager of the 
gave her a Valentine and took her out to din- midwestern region. After 28 years with Ket- 
ner in Chicago where she lived. Cupid must chum, Howard retired in February of 1986, to 




What A Ham! 

Ham radio operator Howard Hamilton enjoys the short-wave radio set he has in his 
closet at Leisure Village. Since the Village does not allow roof antennae, Hamilton 
uses a dual antenna in a dipole through the attic. In spite of the limitation, he is 
able to talk with operators in New Zealand and out on the oceans at times. 



a more serene lifestyle in Leisure Village. 

For the last 30 years Howard had thought 
of being a ham radio operator. 

"Some 40 years ago a friend, Carl Lin- 
dstrom in Omaha, interested me in short- 
wave radio," he said, "but I didn't have the 
money to get the equipment in those days. 
Finally, in 1962 I bought some books and 
tapes on amateur radio, operating, and 
listened to the tapes during the frequent 
plane trips I had to take for my work. 

"Any radio amateur can give you the test 
from FCC for your novice license. Coin- 
cidentally, I met this same friend again after 
all those years, and he gave me the test. Af- 
ter I passed the novice class test, I then 
passed the technician class test, consisting of 
a written exam on radio theory and FCC 
regulations. Finally I passed the general test 
using code tapes and received my amateur 
radio operator's license. 

Leisure Village condo regulations preclude 
any antenna on the roof of one's house. So 
how does Howard broadcast with his short- 
wave radio? Simply through an attic an- 
tenna. He transmits messages on a 100-watt 
set with only a 22-foot antenna in a dipole set 
in a tiny closet. He also has a 66-foot long an- 
tenna inserted in the attic with an antenna 
turner which electronically shortens or 
lengthens the antenna to the appropriate 
frequency. 

"I primarily work on 15 and 20 meters 
band," Howard added. "I have voice con- 
tacts with both east and west coasts, South 
America, Canada and Mexico. Recently I 
communicated with Auckland, New Zealand 
on 10 meters. The other radio operator and I 
exchanged information about transmitters 



and antennas, and he was surprised at his 
good reception from only the attic rig of 
mine. 

"And I have some very interesting chats 
with my fellow "hams" round the world. The 
other morning at 2 a.m., I contacted the skip- 
per of a Japanese merchant ship in the north 
Atlantic. He told me that it was a cold, rough 
night out there in the ocean. It turned out that 
he lived near the air base where 1 had served 
in Japan." 

Like most Leisure Village residents, 
Howard had a good reason for settling there. 
He and Louise had a home'in Schaumburg 
for some time, but in 1976 they bought a 
small unit in the village as a "playhouse" as 
they called it. They liked the social and 
recreational facilities so well that, in 1960, 
they bought their present larger house. 

However, because of his time-consuming 
fundraising work, Howard kept a low profile 
until this year when he retired. Now he is 
very much the man-about-the Village. 

Now a member of the finance committee, 
Howard was appointed chairman of a special 
bus study to determine the feasibility of 
buying a new bus to replace the old Village 
bus. The committee recommended the pur- 
chase of a new, smaller bus based on their 
study of ridership and utilization. They con- 
cluded that the Village only needed a smaller 
bus for shopping. The board of managers ac- 
cepted their recommendations. 

What pleases Howard most about living in 
Leisure Village is "the Recreation Center, 
the friendly neighbors, the security gate, and 
the active lifestyle of most of the residents. 
It's a great place to retire and I recommend 
it to anyone," he concluded heartily. 



Kenfucky Lake Offers Warm Temperafure And Welcome 



We left Chicagoland at 7:30 a.m. enroute to 
Kentucky Lake, Ky. Our destination was 
Southern Komfort Resort, Campground and 
Marina in Benton, Ky. It was 38 degrees and 
foggy. This time of year the added beauty or 
fall colors was apparant, even close to home 
on Rte. 45 in Cook County Forest Preserves. 
Kankakee, our breakfast stop, provided 
biscuits and gravy, my favorite, which put us 
in a southern cooking frame of mind, though 
only 50 miles enroute. 

Switching to 1-57, we followed it to Ef- 
fingham, almost half way in our 415 mile 
trip. Arter lunch, we continued southward. 
Highway plantings of trees and. shrubs 
blazed with reds and browns in the atternoon 
sunshine, while distant bordering hill growth 
presented .yellows and tans, with scarlet 
sumac undergrowth. Picking up 1-24, we 
crossed the new bridge over the Ohio River 
and into Kentucky. 

Visitors can stop at the Whitehall Welcome 
Center, on 1-24 near Paducah, a rebuilt 
mansion with authentic colonial plantation 
architecture. They will famish updated 
maps and booklets that are welcome 
assistance. It's part of the Southern 
hospitality that has pushed tourism into a top 
position Kentucky's in economy. It was 72 
degrees when we arrived at Southern 
Komfort, aided by the warm reception of the 
Balik family. 
We noted, enroute, the growing number of. 

RV vehicles and trailers heading south as the 




away-from-home family atmosphere. RVing 
also answers the need for enjoying the 
outdoors, staying physically fit and sharing 
quality family time. 

There is something else in the air.. .air- 
planes. Air Canada reminds that the 
Canadian Rockies will welcome the world to 
the 15th Olympic Winter Games in '88. 
Previews to this event are in order for '87 at 
slopes which challenge the world's best. It 



may seem early for ski plans, but the 
Canadian Rockies usually offer chairlil'i 

service in mid-November that continues into 
June. Chicago based, all inclusive packages 

of accommodations, transportation and ski 
fees are available from travel agents or Air 

Canada, (312) 836-6030, which offers daily 
flights to some of the last great uncrowded 
ski areas. 



beginning of the "snowbird migration". 
License plates from Canada and the northern 
U.S. indicate their source. Even frequent 
Florida plates confirm that those residents 
seeking cooler summers, are now heading 
back to winter comfort. 

Dave Humphreys, president of the 
Recreation Vehicle Industry Assn., said 1986 
RV travel has shown a substantial increase 
and is expected to continue through 1987. 
Visits to National ' and State Parks and 
commercial campgrounds were up 
significantly this year. He cited a University 
of Michigan survey which found that over 25 
million Americans travel regularly by RV's 
and spend an average of 23 days annually on 
the road, traveling 5,900 RV miles. RVing, he 
added, is good for the general economy; 
while providing fun, comfort and unique 
travel opportunities in an economical home- 



Charity Offers Relief 



To many Lake County 
flood victims who are 60 
years or older and have not 
already received funds 
needed to recover from the 
disaster, help may be on the 
way. Those who have been 
unable to obtain assistance 
from the American Red 
Cross or federal and state 
disaster programs may be 
eligible for emergency 
assistance through Catholic 
Charities. 

Seniors who have needs 
which were caused, wor- 
sened by, or otherwise 
related to the flood waters 
should contact Catholic 



Charities for information on 
the kinds of assistance that 
are available to them. The 



agency can be reached by 
dialing, toll-free, (800)942- 

3930. 



Forest Preserve Harvest Fest . 

The Lake County Forest Preserve Di.st. invites the public to 
iLs third annual Harvest Festival. Festivities will be from 1 to 
4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 16, at the farm area at the Edward L. 
Ryerson Conservation Area. Deerfield. Activities will in- 
clude storytelling, craft and blacksmith demonstrations, 
games. , hayride. beekeeping and spinning and weaving 
demonstrations, and feeding of farm animals. Admission is 
50 cents for Lake County residents. $1 lor non-; esidents. For 
more information call (312)948-7750. 

Ast ronomlcol Society To Meet 

The Lake County Astronomical Society will meet at 7 p.m. 
on Thursday, Nov. 20, at Cook Memorial Library, 413 N. 
Milwaukee Ave., Liberty ville. 



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Foot-Hoy 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Foat of Oxford, Wis., 
announce the engagement of their daughter, 
Toni, to James Hoy, Jr. of Wauconda. 

The bride-to-be is a 1978 graduate of Grant 
High School and is employed as an ad- 
ministrative assistant for Melrocom, Inc., in 
Schaumburg. 

The groom-to-be is a 1979 graduate of 
Wauconda High School and is employed as a 
sandcr for Chicago Cutlery. He is also owner 
of Peacock Home Beautifiers. 

The couple plan a September, 1987 wedding 
at Wauconda Evangelical Free Church. 

Foxx-Smith 

Karen Foxx, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Everett Foxx of Grayslake, and James 
Smith III, son of Mr. James Smith, Jr. of 
Windsor, 111. and Mrs. Madonna Smethers of 
Sarasota, Fla., were joined in marriage on 
Sept. 27 at Community Protestant Church 
First Congregational, Mundelein. Rev. Ken- 
neth Press officiated. 

The bride was given away by her father in 
the double-ring ceremony. 

Matron of honor was Sandra Cooper, 
cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Laurie 
Foxx, sister-in-law of the bride, Judy Storm 
and Joan Beitzel. 



Best man was Michael Kelsey. Groom- 
smen were Roger Foxx, brother of the bride, 
Frank Bcckley, brother-in-law of the groom , 
and Nestor Sanchez. 

Ushers were parryl Foxx and Dennis 
Foxx, brothers of' the bride. 

A reception was held at Maravcla's in Fox 
Lake. The newlyweds have scheduled a 
honeymoon trip to the Caribbean. 

The bride is an engineering assistant for 
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Nor- 
thbrook 

The groom is an engineering associate for 
Underwriters Laboratories. 

The couple will reside in Waukcgan. 

Kalnicky-Tomiilc 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalmicky of 
Franklin Park announce the engagement or 
their daughter, LcAnn, to Gary Tomsik, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tomsik of Ingleside. 

The bride-to-be is a 1979 graduate of 
Proviso East High School, Maywood, and a 
1983 graduate of Triton College. She is cm- 
ployed as an x-ray technologist at the 
Medical Care Center of Lake Villa. 

The groom-to-be is a 1971 graduate of Glen- 
brook North High School, Northbrook. He is 
employed with R.F. Tomsik and Son General 
Contractors, Ingleside. 

The couple plans an April, 1987 wedding at 
Christ Lutheran Church in Melrose Park. 




Best man was Jeffrey Davis, brother of the 
groom. Groomsmen were Jason Vozar, 
brother of the bride, and Donald Plucker. 

Ushers were Duane Davis, brother of the 
groom, and Patrick Kowalski. 

Following a reception at the Danish 
Brotherhood in Kenosha, the newlyweds left 
for a honeymoon In California, 

The bride graduated from Bradford High 
School and Gateway Technical Institute. She 
is employed at Piggly Wiggly Supermarket 
in Kenosha. 

The groom is a bartender at Marriott's 
Lincolnshire Resort. 

. The couple will make their home, in 
Kenosha. 






Gory Tomsik < 
Kolnicky 

Vozar-Davis 

Dawn Ann Vozar, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Vozar of Kenosha, and Brian 
Raymond Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 
Davis of Gumee, were united in marriage on 
Oct. 11 at St. Anthony's Church, Kenosha, by 
Father Joel Homacck. 

The bride and groom were both escorted to 
the altar by their parents. 

Maid of honor was Mary Michel. 
Bridesmaids were Kristine Davis, sister of 
the groom, and Jodie Caudill. Junior 
bridesmaid was Nancy Davis, sister of the 
groom. 




Mr. and Mrs. Brian Davis 




Mr. and Mrs. James Smith III 



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When I came across a recipe Tor chicken in 
cream sauce, I knew it would be a hit if the 
wine was any good. I checked with two 
friends who know their wines and they said 
that madeira was for cooking, not for 
drinking. 



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My guests agreed. They left their wine 
glasses half full. Their dinner plates were 
almost squeaky clean. 

To ensure chicken delicious, follow these 
tips: 

Brown the chicken breasts three at a time 
and don't pierce the skin; turn with wooden 
spoons. 

Cooking time will be determined by the 
soundness of your Dutch oven. My waterless 
cook ware reduced the normal time by at 
least 15 minutes. 

Keep the chicken warm while preparing 
ihe onions, mushrooms and sauce. The 
microwave oven does nicely. 

You can substitute cornstarch for flour, 
especially if you discover the flour bin empty 
in the middle of the sauce. 

Chicken Breasts In 

Madeira Cream Sauce 

5-6 chicken breasts 
:t i cup butter 
1 tablespoon olive oil 
1 pound pearl white onions, peeled 
l pound JiiuaiirouiHa, wasneu and Halved 
lengthwise 



1 teaspoon salt 

1/8 teaspoon black pepper 

Z\k teaspoons cornstarch or 3 tablespoons 
flour 

'-j cup madeira wine 

1 egg yolk, slightly beaten 

finely chopped parsley 

Rinse chicken, pat dry and brown in V* cup 
hot butter and oil in 6-quart Dutch oven. Add 
2 tablespoons water, cover pot, reduce heat 
to low and cook one to one-and-a-quartcr 
hour; remove chicken to serving platter and 
keep warm. 

In small saucepan, cook onions in one-inch 
boiling water, covered, five minutes, drain, 
toss with '/t cup butter, and saute five 
minutes, stirring. In large skillet, saute 
mushrooms in y 4 cup hot butter for five 
minutes, stirring; mix with x h teaspoon salt 
and pepper. Drain all but, M> cup dripping 
from Dutch oven; stir in cornstarch or flour 
combined with wine, add >£ teaspoon salt, 
mix cream with egg yolk and slowly stir into 
wine mixture. Heat sauce on medium heat, 
stirring, but don't allow to boil; reduce heat 
to low, stirring, until thickened. Flank 
chicken with onions and mushrooms. Gar- 
nish vegetables with parsley. Dribble a little 
sauce over chicken and serve rest in gravy 
boat. Serves 5-6. 

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House Cats, Wildcats 
Have Similar Habits 



by CHARLENE WHITNEY 

It is believed that all house 
cats came from the African 
Wildcat. Most wild cats can't 
be trained to live with 
people, but the African wild- 
cat can be and is most frien- 
dly. • 



Turkish Angora, Bombay, 
Russian Blue, Persian, 
British Shorthair, Ragdoll, 
Scottish Fold, American 
Shorthair, Korot, and 
Japanese Bobtail. 

The breeds may look dif- 
ferent, but under the skin 



Pet- Wise 



they are all very much like 
the African wildcats. At 
times, they still behave like 
wild cats. 

Wild or domestic, the cat 
sometimes marks his 
territories by scratching 
trees, or the house furniture. 
This is also a means for shar- 
pening claws. Claws help the 
cat to grab and to grip. When 
the claws are not needed, the 
muscle on the top of the foot 
pulls the claws in and up. A 
muscle at the bottom of the 
foot pulls back and the claws 
come down. Claws help the 
cat to hold onto prey, climb 
trees and, if needed, protect 
himself. 

Wild and domestic cats, as 
mothers, carry their babies 
around in the same way. 
Both may sleep by day and 
hunt or prowl by night. 



It is believed that Egypt 
had the first domestic cats 
about 4,000 years ago, Here, 
the cats were worshipped as 
gods. Anyone who hurt a cat 
was put to death, and it was 
a crime to take a cat out of 
Egypt. This may be why it 
took about 1,600 years before 
the cat reached Rome. Six 
hundred years later, the cat 
made it to England. It took 
many years for the cats to 
spread to other countries. 
The domestic cat most likely 
came to America with 
Christopher Columbus in 
1492. 

In the world, there are 
about 500 million domestic 
cats. There are about 33 dif- 
ferent breeds. Some of these 
are Himalayan, Siamese, 
Main Coon, Abyssinian, Bur- 
mese, Birman, Rex, Manx, 

Relationship Enrichment 

The Lake County Haelth Dept. Mental Health Division is of- 
fering a group for couples who wish to improve com- 
munication and satisfaction within their relationship. The 
group will be held on Wednesdays from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the 
Avon Twp. Bldg., 423 E. Washington St., Round Lake Park. 
For registration or further information, please contact Susan 
Katz or John Ginter at (312)546-0080. 



Round Lake La Leche To Meet 

La Leche League of the Round Lake Area will hold its mon- 
' thly meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19. The topic 
will be "The Art of Breastfeeding and Overcoming Dif- 
ficulties." All expectant mothers, nursing mothers and in- 
terested women are invited to attend. Babies are always 
welcome. For more information and location of the meeting, 
call (312)546-5261 or (312)546-9034. 



Nairn To Sponsor Dinner 

The Holy Spirit Chapter of Nairn, a support and social 
organization for widows and widowers, will meet for Mass 
and dinner at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 21 at Santa Maria Chur- 
ch, 116 N. Lake St., Mundelein. Guests are welcome. Cost for 
the dinner is $6.75, and reservations are due by Nov. 14. For 
information call Mary at (312)5664)030. 



Cats have very good 
hearing to catch prey. They 
need not turn their heads. In- 
stead, their ears can turn in 
different directions to know 
where the sound is coming 
from. 

The cat has very good eyes 
and can see in the dark. His 
whiskers also help the cat to 
find his way. Cats can push 
their whiskers out in front of 
them to feel their way. 

If you wish to learn more 
about the many breeds of 
cats, there are many books 
in the library. A cat show is 
the best way to see the 
breeds. If you have a special 
breed in mind, you may find 
a breeder at a cat show. 
Your vet may know of a good 
breeder. There are also 
many beautiful cats to be 
found at shelters. However, 
people don't really own a 
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How To Beat Floods Without An Ark Business Briefs 



by GARY S.MEYERS 

When your home has 
suffered a disastrous flood or 
lire, it's not always enough 
to have insurance. You may 
also need, someone to slog 
through the muck for you 
and help reclaim your 
belongings. 

What you may need is a 
disaster clean-up contractor, 
who specializes in helping 
homeowners and business 
people recover from 
disasters big and small. 

"Recovering from a fire or 
flood is an overwhelming 
task physically and 
emotionally," said Bill 
Hughes, president of 
Metropolitan Services, Inc., 
a disaster restoration firm. 
"We evaluate the damages 
and determine what goods 
can be salvaged," 

In the event of severe 
damage, which requires the 
household goods to be 
removed while repairs are 
being made, firms like 
Metropolitan will take in- 
ventory and pack up the 
belongings to be cleaned and 
deodorized. 

"We do whatever is 
necessary to restore your 
belongings and then store 
them until the building has 
been repaired," said 
Hughes. "We also dry out 
structures that have suf- 
fered water damage through 
a flood or from fire hoses." 

Recently Hughes' com- 
pany was contracted to 
assist in the recovery of a 
moving and storage com- 



pany u at- was hit by the 
floods tuat afflicted a large 
part or the i.l id west. 

The mover had about 350 
storage bays, all of them 
holding other peoples' 
households, and all of them 
containing about two feet of 
water, said Hughes. 

"We coordinate most of 
the repair work through 
subcontractors," said 
Hughes. "We have about 
320.000 cubic feet of 
warehouse space for storage 
but that's not enough. 

Most disaster restoration 
companies, including 
Metropolitan, do not get 
involved in the recon- 
struction of damnued 
structures. 

"That's what usually takes 
the longest," said Hughes. 
"We can have the belongings 
cleaned, deodorized nr 
refinished in a few weeks. 
(Drying a building usually 
takes a bit longer.) 
Reconstruction of a building, 
on the average, can take 
from three tosix months." 

In choosing a disaster 
clean-up contractor, it's a 
good idea to know in advance 
what services you need, so 
you don't get burned after 
the fire is out. 

"It's like looking for an 
insurance company," 'said 
Hughes. "You have to know 
what's available before you 
can get the kind of help you 
need." 

"The family is usually in 
shock when our services are 
needed," said Hughes. "The 



first thing they do is call 
their insurance agent, who 
usually recommends a 
cleanup compnay. " 

Another important step is 
to call the Better Business 
Bureau. ' They can let you 
know if there are any con- 
sumer complaints against 
the clean-up contractor. 

"When the choice is left to 
the disaster victim," Hughes 
•said, "you want a company 
that's reputable, that's been 
in business for awhile." 
A "If it were me, I'd check 
the facilities of . the con- 
tractor to assure myself that 
he can handle the job." 

Hughes said that the 
recovery cost for an average 
house could run up to $20,000, 
not including carpenters. 
The cost, he said, is deter- 
mined by the amount of work 
to be done, rather than the 
numbers of rooms or area 
damaged. 

F"" evample. there is a 



fixed price for restoring a 
five- drawer file cabinet. 

"Often people don't realize 
how extensive damage 
canbe," said Hughes. "A fire 
in the living room can send 
soot through the whole 
house. It can gel into the 
ventilation system and 
spread throughout the entire 
structure." 

Likewise, flood recovery is 
not just a matter of drying 
out. 

"You can have mud and 
sewage in the water, so you 
have to have everything 
cleaned, decontaminated 
and deodorized, or there's a 
high risk of disease." 

One flooded homeowner 
said after using a disaster 
restoration firm, "Their fee 
was covered by the in- 
surance company, and I was 
saved a tot of time and much 
pain by having professional 
help with theclean-up." 

Edison Announces Froo Programs 

Community organizations, civic clubs and schools can 
benefit from free presentations on a wide variety of energy- 
related topics. These programs conducted by Com- 
monwealth Edison managers, and engineers, are custom- 
tailored to match an audience's specific interests. When 
talking to students, presentations are carefully geared to the 
grade level and previous studies of the class. 

Barbara Arnold, Edison's assistant district manager in 
Waukegan, predicts that the most popular programs this fall 
are likely to be those on careers in the energy field, energy 
conservation and home winterization, nuclear power, and, in 
the schools, the basic principles of electricity. Church youth 
groups and scouts are likely to choose Edison's informative 
but entertaining demonstration titled, "Electricity: Science 
and Safety." 

Group leaders and teachers wishing to inquire about. a 
program should contact Arnold at (312) 249-3210, ext. 222. 



Securities Assn. Chairman 

The nominating committee of the Securities Industry Assn. 
(SIA) has selected John W. Bachman, managing partner of 
Edward D. Jones and Co., headquartered in St. Louis, to 
serve as 1967 chairman of the association. Edward D. Jones 
and Co. has more than 1,000 offices nationwide and provides 
conservative investment counseling to individual investors 
through its nearly 1,100 representatives. The local Edward D. 
Jones and Co. representative is Bro D'Arcy, whose office is 
located at 404 Lake St. in Antioch. 

Elect Clow 

Charles F. Clow Jr.,' President of Davis-Clow Agency, Inc. 
of Mundetein, has been elected to the Independent Insurance 
Agents of Illinois as vice-president of Region 15. The election 
was held at the IIAI's 87th annual convention at the Pere 
Marguctte in Peoria Oct. 26-29. Clow is the current president 
of the North Surburban Association of Independent In- 
surance Agents. He and his wife Karen reside in Liberty v il le. 
Established in 1899, the Independent Insurance Agents of 
Illinois is a trade association of independent insurance 
agents and brokers throughout the state. It has a mem- 
bership of 1,600 insurance agencies and 150 insurance 
brokers. The Independent Insurance Agents of Illinois has 
offices in Chicago and Springfield. 

Appoint Sommer 

Randall W. Sommer of Gurnec, has been appointed 
' assistant chief of fiscal service at the North Chicago VA 
Medical Center. Sommer joined the VA in 1973 in his 
hometown of Buffalo, New York. He spent 13 years with the 
VA's in Buffalo, Syracuse and Batavia, New York before 
transferring to the North Chicago VA. He served in the Army 
' in 1970 to 1971; he later completed his degree in accounting at 
Erie Community College. 



Bonk Women To Meet 

The Grayslake National Bank will be host bank for the Lake 
County Group of the National Assn. of Bank Women on 
Monday, Nov. 17, at the Parkway Restaurant, 3035 Belvidere 
St., Waukegan, with dinner at 6 p.m. All officers and 
managers in the financial services industry are welcome to 
attend to hear Susan Ridge, a national director of NABW. For 
further information, call Mary Braun at ( 3 12) 223-3500. 



First National Bank Of Antioch Proudly Presents: Your Family Portrait 



We serve the financial needs of thousands of 
families, but we serve them one at a time. To 
thank our present customers . . . and to make 
new friends. . . we have chosen a highly 
personal gift, a beautiful portrait photograph. It 
symbolizes our personal approach to financial 
services and your uniqueness to us. 

May we take your portrait? Just call or come by 
and we will schedule your appointment with our 
professional photographer. You will receive a 
beautiful 8 x 10 color portrait, at absolutely no 
cost to you our bank customer. If you would like 
to qualify for a 1 6 x 20 color portrait, please 
contact one of our Personal Bankers for details. 
Additional portraits will be available, but you are 
under no obligation to make a purchase. 

So accept this Special Gift and enjoy 
the lasting memory that portraits bring. 

Limit one per family, please. 



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Business ■ 

Offer Stock Picks To Beat The Pros 



by GARY Si ME VERS 

It's time once again to 
jump in the ring with the big 
bulls and find out which 
stocks they're putting their 
money on. 

This week we spoke with 
Mark Klibanow or E.F. 
Hutton and Co. for n sam- 
pling of stocks recom- 
mended by his company, one 
of which may be right for 
you. 

Hoppers Company, inc. 

Suitable for: Long-term, 
growth-oriented accounts. 

Company description: A 
diversified manufacturer, 
Koppers has recently began 
focusing on construction 
materials, plus chemicals 
and allied products. 

One unit of the company, 
in addition to providing 
construction and 

engineering services, also 
produces crushed stone, 
sand, gravel, and ready-mix 
concrete. The chemical and 
allied products division 
produces coal-based 
products and treated wood 
products. The company 'also 
owns a venture capital firm. 

What moves the stock: 
"Koppers is going through a 



major restructuring 
program to divest itself of its 
engineering and metal 
products operations, which 
comprised about 30 percent 
of invested capital," said 
Khbanow. 

"The move is beginning to 
produce results," said 
Khbanow. "The company, 
along with a British firm, 
has begun a joint venture in 
the construction materials 
business. The stock has 
pulled back because of some 
concerns over the 
economy." 

Performance: "The stock 
pulled back because of 
concerns about the economy. 
Koppers has seen some 
disappointments recently, 
but the restructuring should 
stabilize the company's 
earnings," said Klibanow. 

Forecast: "Projected 
estimates for growth of the 
construction material and 
services unit run at 10 
percent to 15 percent. Ad- 
ditionally, a reduction in 
excess plant capacity should 
lead to increased 
profitability," said 
Klibanow. 



KOPPER'S Performance || 


. 


Earnings/ Share price 




share 


High 


Low 


1986 


$0.50 


$30 


$15 


1985 


$1.23 


$21 


$15 


1984 


$0.97 


$24 


$17 


1983 


$0.66 


$22 


$16 


1982 


$1.41 


$18 


$11 


Source: EF Hutton & Co. 


I 



BEVERLrs Performance 
Earnings/ Share price 
share High Low 

1986 $1.20 est. $22 $14 
1985 $1.07 $20 $15 

1984 $0.90 $17 

1983 $0.73 $22 

1982 $0.67 $14 

Source: EF Hutton & Co. 



$10 

$11 

$6 



DART & KRAFTS Performance 




Earnings/ 


Share price 




share 


High Low 


1986 


$3.95 est. 


$66 $36 


1985 


$3.22 


$45 $28 


1984 


$3.01 


$29 $22 


1983 


$2.64 


$26 $21 


1982 


$2.13 


$24 $16 



Source: EF Hutton & Co. 



Beverly Enterprises. 
Suitable for: Long-term, 
growth-oriented investment. 
Company description: 
Beverly is one of the largest 
owner/operators of long- 
term health care facilities in 
the U.S., operating about 
1,000 homes with 115,000 
beds. Beverly also has in- 
terests in congregate care 
projects for retirees, and 
home health care. 

What moves the stock: 
Currently, Beverly receives 
two thirds of its revenues 
from the Medicare antl 
Medicaid programs. 

Performance: "Steady 
growth bodes well for 
Beverly, but a* wide trading 
range means a roller coaster 
ride. Jumpy investors 
beware! "said Klibanow. 

Forecast: Beverly is 
becoming an increasingly 
important factor in the home 
health-care industry. "As 
the population of elderly 
people in America grows, 
this company should sec a 15 
to 17 percent growth over the 
next five years," saod 
Klibanow. "Despite some 
short-term regulatory 
problems in California, 
Beverly should increase its 
influence in the nursing 
home market." Revenues 
are expected to grow over 
the long term. 
Dart & Kraft, Inc. 
Suitable for: Con- 
servative, blue-chip in- 
vestments. 

Company description: In 
addition to processing Kraft 
cheese, Dart & Kraft 
markets Tupperwarei 
Duraccll batteries, West 
Bend appliances, and Wilson 
Art. The company is split- 
ting into two companies. 
which will include:' Krafl.w 
hich will retain the cheese 
trade and Duraccll, and a 
new company called 
Premark, which will be 
comprised of Tuppcrware, 
Hobart, West Bend and 
Wilson Art. 

What moves the slock: As 
a result of the^ split, 
shareholders of Dart £"Kraft 
will receive^ one share of 
Kraft for each share of Dart 
—& Kraft. Experts are op- 
timistic on the future of 
Premark, citing earnings of 
$1.89 in the first six months 
or 1986. 

Performance: Dart & 
Kraft's size makes it a stable 
investment, as evidenced by 
consistent growth in ear- 



nings, reflecting a $72 price for the getting a lot of househol 

Forecast: "Look lor Dart new Kraft and $28 on names at a reasonabl 

& Kraft to reach the $80 Premark." said Khbanow. price." 

mark over the next year. "It's an asset play. Vou are 



November 7, 1986 



The Great Race 




$406.90 
oz. 

$5.63 
oz 

10.95% 



$63.30 
share 



Present value of $1 ,000 investment made January 1 , 1 986 (updated weekly) 

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Tops Out Frame 
For High-Tech Building 



"Beaming" With Pride 

Abbott Laboratories officials sign their names to the last, steel beam just before it 
is hoisted to the top of the new structure. From left are Al Anderson of Gurnee, 
project engineer; Robert Barnes of Libertyville, vice president of corporate 
engineering; David Milligan of Libertyville, vice president of diagnostics research 
and development; Thomas Sides of Grayslake, project manager; and Wolfgang 
Berthold of Lake Villa, construction site manager. 

Name AAcAAullen Top IRS Employee 



Abbott Laboratories of- 
ficials gathered Oct. 28 for a 

topping out" ceremony 
marking completion of the 
structural steel frame for a 
new high-technology 
diagnostics research 
building at Abbott Park. 

The 290,000-square-foot 
facility, which is scheduled 
to be completed in late 1987, 
will eventually ac- 
commodate 500 research and 
support personnel. Abbott 
began construction of the 
building in May. The new 
building will be the fourth 
research facility added at 
the company's Abbott Park 
complex since 1980. Abbott's 
investment in research and 
development has grown at a 
compound rate of 20 percent 
over the past five years. 

"The company's rapid 
growth in diagnostics, 
particularly in the area of 
physician's office testing 



systems, has created the special environmentally 
need for additional controlled la boratoriies, and 
laboratory space to support a vibration-controlled optics 



new product development," 
said David Thompson, vice 
president of diagnostic 
operations at Abbott. Abbott 
is the world leader in 
diagnostics. 

Some of the design 
features of the new research 
facility include sophisticated 
computer and * telecom- 
munications systems, 



lab. 

Abbott Laboratories is a 
worldwide manufacturer of 
health-care products em- 
ploying some 36,000 people. 
In 1985, the company's sales 
and net earnings wrc $3.4 

billion and ¥465 million, 
respectively, with earnings 
per share of $1.94. 



Soder Completes 
Insurance Course 



James McMullen of Mun- 
delein has been recognized 
by the Internal Revenue Ser- 
vice as the examination 
division's "Employee of the 
Month" for August. This 
special act award has been 
established by the Chicago 
Dist. to recognize, on a mon- 
thly basis, those employees 
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CLC Kickers 





by JOHN PHELPS 

The College of Lake Coun- 
ty's mens soccer team con- 
cluded its 1966 campaign 
Nov. 8 with a 2-1 loss to 
Triton in the Region IV 
championschip game. 

Lake County dominated 
the first half in a game that 
was primarily defensive. 
Lancer Derek Bromstead 
put LC on top when he scored 
late in the half, assisted by 
Luis Holguin. With several 
unconscious saves by goalie 
John Susman, CLC took a 1-0 
lead at half time. 

Triton was not going to be 
denied, as it tied up the con- 
test midway through the 
second half and what had 
been one outstanding 
struggle proceeded to OT. 

In the overtime, the in- 
tensity and tenacious defen- 
se on both sides refused to let 

up- 

The final blow in this 
championship game un for- 



Men's Hoops Team Starts 



CLC Sports 
Notebook 



tunately in the hands of 
Triton as they sealed the vic- 
tory with a goal late in the 
extra period. 

Thus, the Lancers' drive 
for a national tournament 
bid ended. However, with a 
9-6-1 record and a second 
place state trophy, CLC has 
every right to be proud of its 
accomplishments. 

"We really played our 
hearts out. This was 
probably our best per- 
formance all year. I never 
really liked to go home with 
a loss, but with as far as we 
went this year, I'm equally 



CLC Women Runners 
Finish 12th At Meet 



As far as College of Lake 
County cross country coach 
Joe Peebles is concerned, his 
program is back on track. 

The first-year mentor star- 
ted with a bang as the 
women Lancers finished 12th 
in last week's national meet. 

"There were 47 teams 
represented and to finish 
12th is pretty good for us," 
Peebles said. 

Three CLC runners 
finished within 15 seconds of 
each other on the three-mile 
course. 

Deb Deuhring was the top 
CLC finisher at 63d with a 
22:52 time. Denise Domanico 
was 64th at 23:04 and Denise 
Winkowski was 65th at 23: 07. 



Other finishers Tor the 
Lancers were Denise 
Cadeau at 26:28, 72d and 
April VanSicklc at 73d at 

28:24. 

Peebles described the 
course at Hagcrstown, MD 
as "fair but definitely tough. 
Our girls are very sore. Next 
year we'll practice more 
running downhill." 

Mike Campbell, CLC's en- 
try in the men's meet was 
127th out of 215 runners with 
a 29: 12 on the five-mile cour- 

Barton County, KA won 
the women's meet with 
Rich's College of Idaho win- 
ning the men's team title. 



Grant Dominates 
NWSC Selections 



If the all-Northwest 
Suburban Conference 
football squad's first 11 
selections ever met, Tony 
Bussone might feel a little 
out of place. 

Grayslake's linebacker is 
the only player in the top U 
not wearing Grant's red and 
black. All the other players, 
including NWSC most 
valuable player Brad 
Frystak, are from Grant. 

Brad, a senior, finished 
with 485 yards, averaging 
just over five a carry. He 
also had three touchdowns. 

Defensively, the elder 
Frystak had 125 tackles, four 
fumbles and three in- 
terceptions. 

Quarterback Garry 
Gtauser is the team's signal 
caller, flanked in the 
backfield by the Frystak 
brothers, Kevin and Brad. 

The trio led Grant's of- 
fense to a 9-0 regular-season 
record. The offense was 
finally stopped by Lake 
Forest in the first game of 
. the Class 4a playoffs. 

The first team's wide 
receiver is Hike MacDonald, 
who averaged about 15 yards 
catching Gtausser's passes. 

Linemen from Grant are 
guard Randy Rous, guard 
Mark Gallimore, end-safety 
Marc Borton, end- 
corncrback Mike Kazlausky, 
and defensive guard Tyler 
Hamm. 



All Grant players on the 
first 11 are seniors with the 
exception of Kevin Frystak, 
Grant's flashy tailback who 
will be back to bring gray 
hairs to area defensive 
coordinators next fall. 

Other teams began to 
make their presence felt on 
thesecondll. 

Defensive players Charlie 
Giovanni, Jeff Heumann and 
Emil Marunde are on the 
second 11. Giovanni is a 
linebacker, Heumann an end 
and Marunde a tackle. 

Lake Zurich is represented 
by Steve Hall and Craig 
Thomas. 

Marengo's Indians placed 
five players on the team. 
They arc: linebacker Dean 
Brandt; end Mike Hagen; 
quarterback-safety Kevin 
She Hon and end Mike Hageh. 

On the third 11, Marian 
Central dominates the team 
with six selections. 

The Hurricanes are 
represented by end Sean 
Noonan, end Steve Lalor, 
defensive tackle Joe Remke, 
linebacker Rich Powers and 
tackle Pat Boulden. 

Four Round Lake Pan- 
thers are oh the team. These 
are guard Pat Molidor, end- 
cornerback Rob Akers, 
tackle Scott Center and 
linebacker Michael Fox. 

Todd Marlow and Dan 
Torres arc Wauconda's 
representatives. 



as happy. It has been a real 
satisfying season and I'd like 
to thank the fans who came 
who supported us throughout 
the year, and especially 
those who came out and 
backed us on Saturday," 
CLC first-year coach Dave 
Beck said. 

On a final note on the CLC 
soccer season, two Lancers 
were honored. Co-captain 
Tom Holevas was awarded 
unanimous all-region 
-honors, while CLC's goalie 
Susman attained runner-up 
all-region honors. 

With the fall sports coming 
to an end, it's time to briefly 
preview the 1986-87 CLC 
men's basketball team. 

The CLC team opens its 
1966 season Friday, when 
they host their fourth annual 
"tip-off" tournament. Head 
coach Dr. Bruce Smith is 



heading into his 18th season, 
coming off a 22-10 record last 
year. 

There are three returning 
lettermen on the squad this 
year. 

Dave Sitz, out of Warren, 
is a 6-5 185 pound forward 
starter from last year. Sitz 
brings his patented jump 
shot and rebounding ability. 

David Tucker, a returning 
point-guard, is 5-11, 155 from 
Waukegan East with the 
quickness and ability to 
penetrate inside. 

The third returning let- 
terman is Todd Gordon, a 6-2 
170 pound guard and sixth 
man last year. 

Vying for guard time in- 
clude Mike Curley, 6-0, 160, 
from Carme) High School; 
Domonic Davis at 6-0, 150, 
from Jamacia; Terry 
Wright at 5-11, 160, out of 
Waukegan East. 

Also at guard, all from 
Warren, are Chris 
Staranowics at 6-0, 165, Joel 
Elfering at 5-11, 140. Another 
Warren grad is Mike Scrib- 
ncr, a 6-2, 160 pound forward. 

CLC looks to have good 
size and strength at the cen- 
ter position as Don Gunther 



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at 6-5, 185 and Matt Weber at 
6-4, 170 competing for time at 
center. Both players are 
from Antioch High School. It 
should be noted that Mark 
Kohl, a 6-6, 200 pound center 
will be clgible in January. 

The key to the Lancers' 
success will be depth and 
head coach Smith adds, "the 
ball handling is good and if 
the rebounding and defense 
come around, we'll look to be 
strong contenders for the 
conference title. But most 
importantly, the guys work 



hard and work together," 
Smith said. 

The tournament will be a 
round-robin format. 

Games Friday start at 6 
p.m. with Oakton taking on 
Moraine Valley. At 8 p.m., 
CLC faces Highland. 

Games Saturday start at 
11 a.m. with Moraine Valley 
vs. Highland. At 1 p.m. U. 
W.-Waukesha takes on Lake 
County; Highland faces 
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Name Kloberdanz 
Rockford Captain 



A Carmel High School and 
College of Lake County 
graduate will be playing 
basketball for Rockford 
College this winter. 

Mike Kloberdanz, of 
Libertyville, has also been 
elected captain for the 
Regents. 

Kloberdanz, a two-year 



player at CLC, was the top 
junior college rcbounder last 
year as the Lancers won 
another Skyway Conference 
title. 

The 6-4, 210 pound junior is 
expected to start for the 
Regents at power forward. 

He is a 1984 graduate of 
Carmel High School. 




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Sports 

Win Streak Highlights 
Blue Devils' '86 Season 



by STEVE PETERSON 

Sports Editor 

When a football team star- 
ts a season by losing three of 
its first four games, quitting 
might be a natural reaction. 

But quitting is not natural 
at Warren. 

"The kids stuck in there 
and believed they could win. 
As the season wore on, we 
got more and more 
discipline. There's no sub- 
situte for hard work and 
discipline," Warren coach 
Reggie Hughes said. 

It took a five-game win- 
ning streak, built on the 
foundation of a solid defense 
and a blue-collar type of- 
fense without any flashy 
receivers or running backs 
to get Warren into the 
playoffs. Before the season 
started, Hughes felt a .500 or 
better record was a realistic 
goal. 

Although the Blue Devils 
were ousted 20-8 by 
Belvidere in the first game 
of the playoffs, Hughes and 
his forces can look back at 
the '86 season which was 
rescued from the brink of 
medicority. 

Hughes complimented the 
work of his staff in getting 
Warren back to the Class 5a 
playoffs after a 3-6 1985 
season. 

Warren placed six players 
on the all-North Suburban 
Conference team, led by 
John Dollenmaier, selected 
as the league's third top 



player. Other Blue Devils on 
the all-league team were 
Jim Rung, Brian Snell, Mike 
Wagner, Sam Diaman- 
topoulos and Derek Shelton. 

Against Belvidere, Warren 
dominated early. The Blue 
Devils kept the ball in Bucs 
territory but crucial 
penalties kept them from 
scoring. 

Belvidere, which had just 
one first down for the half, 
scored the half's only touch- 
down. 

. The Bucs took advantage 
of a roughing the kicker 
penalty on Warren and a 
fumble recovery to put the 
ball at the Warren 30. 
Bel viderc's Michael Paulson 
wasted no time in scoring a 
touchdown up the middle. 
The extra point made it 7-0 
with 9: 28 left in the half. 

Warren, using an effective 
passing game against a 
weak Belividere secondary, 
seemingly was in position to 
tie the game at the end of the 
half. But a sack of Shelton 
turned a third-down and two 
into a fourth and 11. Warren 
went for a first down and 
missed. 

*'lf we could have 
sustained the drive and 
scored for a 7-7 tie, we would 
have been OK," Hughes 
said. 

Belvidere, shut down of- 
fensively, changed its 
strategy for the second half. 

"They decided to use the 



fullback on the option. They 
weren't using the option that 
much in the first half," 
Hughes said. 

The Bucs finished with 
nine first downs, eight 
coming on second half run- 
ning plays. 

Belvidere quarterback 
Brian Pottinger capped a 72- 
yard third quarter drive with 
a two-yard TD run. Pot- 
tinger gained 14 yards on one 
carry and 33 on another in 
the drive. The extra point try 
was missed. 

Belvidere then turned in a 
92 yard drive in the fourth 
quarter that sealed Warren's 
fate. Pottinger gained 17 
yards on second down to 
start the drive, 

Tony Loft broke open on a 
first and 10 play at the 
Belvidere 35, racing for 40 
yards before Diaman- 
topoulos made the tackle. 
Four plays later, Paulson 
scored his second TD of the 
game for a 204 lead. 

Warren scored its lone TD 
on its next drive. A 27-yard 
pass from Shelton to Wagner 
was the big play. Shelton 
connected on a 13-yard pass 
over the middle to Brian 
Jarre)! for the score. A pass 
to Wagner made it 20-8 with 
1:05 left. 

Dollenmaier recovered an 
on-side kick, giving the 
Devils hope. 

But Warren could not pull 
out the miracle. 



Grant Bulldogs Lose 
To Scouts In Playoffs 



by MARK BENNO 

Grant's undefeated season 
ended in a defensive battle 
against Lake Forest on Nov. 
5, and unfortunately the 
Bulldogs came up with the 
short end of the stick. As the 
3-0 final score indicates, 
Grant's first playoff game in 
over 10 years was not an of- 
fensive circus. 

Throughout the first three 
quarters neither team was 
able to put any points on the 
board. The fourth quarter, 
however, looked like it might 
the beginning of good things 
to come for Grant. 

The fourth quarter opened 
with Kevin Frystak running 
for a first down. Additional 
yards were tacked on for 
Grant as Lake Forest was 
charged with a personal foul 
on' the play: The ball was 
moved all the way to the 
Lake Forest 27 yard line 
before Grant failed on a four- 
th down attempt. 

Lake Forest took 
possession of the ball at that 
point and drove all the way 
to the Grant 17 yard line. On 
fourth down Lake Forest 



kicker Rob Klaskin booted a 
field goal, giving the Scouts 
the game's only points at 3-0. 

After the field goal, Grant 
took possession of the ball at 
their own 31 yard line. Brad 
Frystak carried the ball on 
several impressive first 
down runs, bringing the ball 
into Lake Forest territory. 
Quarterback Garry Glauser 
kept the drive alive with a 
keeper play on third down 
that gave the Bulldogs first 
down on the Scout's 36 yard 
line. 

Brad Frystak ran for 
another first down with 1:30 
left in the game, which left 
the ball at the Lake Forest 26 
yard line. On third down 
Glauser threw an incomplete 
to receiver Mike Kazlausky. 
On fourth down with a 
minute to go in the game, 
Glauser threw a pass to an 
open Mike MacDonald 
within the Lake Forest 15 
yard line. The ball bounced 
off of MacDonald's hands, 
giving Lake Forest the 
possession on downs. 

With 58 seconds left in the 
game Lake Forest fell on the 



ball and Grant expended 
their last time out. The 
Scouts fell on the ball two 
more times to run out the 
clock, leaving the score at its 
final 3-0. 

Grant rolled up 207 total of- 
fensive yards in the playoff 
game. The Bulldogs passed 
for 31 yards and ran for 176 
yards. Brad Frystak led the 
Grant rushers with 93 yards 
on 17 carries, while Kevin 
Frystak carried the ball 16 
times for 54 yards. Glauser 
had nine carries for 41 yards. 

Lake Forest rushed for 155 
yards and passed for 26, 
giving them a total of 181 of- 
fensive yards. 

Head Coach Mike 
Rogowski said that "field 
position was a problem. 
They played good field 
position football." Grant did 
start from deep in their 
territory often, though they 
possessed the ball 25 minutes 
to Lake Forest's 22. 

Rogowski also said that 
the Scout's defense was not 
much tougher than some of 
the defenses he encountered 
during the regular season. 



Hoops Section Coming 



Now that the football 
hitting sleds, shoulder pads, 
chains and uniforms have all 
been tucked away for 

another winter, it's time for 
Lakeland area high school 
teams to concentrate on 
basketball. 

Practice started for area 
boys teams Nov. 10, a week 



later then usual. The Illinois 
High School Assn. moved the 
starting date back because 
the football playoffs were 
expanded last year, leaving 
little time for athletes who 
compete in both sports to 
make the switch. 

Next week, don't miss 
Lakeland Newspapers' 
annual pre-scason edition. 



Features and photos will 
help make this section worth 
keeping. 

Also, previews on the 
Mundelein Mustangs, 
Wauconda Bulldogs, Grant 
Bulldogs, North Chicago 
Warhawks, Grayslake 
Rams, Antioch Sequoits and 
Johnsburg Skyha wks. 



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Looking For Receivers 

Warren quarterback Derek Shelton rolls out from the pocket in the Blue Devils 
Class 5a football playoff game against Belvidere. Warren's Dave Davis is set to 
block. Leading the charge for the Bucs is Kevin Vellont (25). The Blue Devils lost 20- 
8. — Photo by Steve Peterson. 

> 

Pick Six Warren Players 
For All-NSC Honors 



Warren's football team 
leads all Lakeland squads 
with six players selected on 
the all-North Suburban Con- 
ference team. 

The Blue Devils' selections 
are highlighted by John 
Dollenmaier, the No. 3 NSC 
player. 

"Without a doubt, John 
was the second most 
dominating player in the 
league. He was a force to be 
reckoned with. On the first 
or second series, teams had 
to decide if they were going 
to double team' him," 
Warren coach Reggie 
Hughes said. 

Dollenmaier, a senior, 
played linemen on offense 
and noseguard on defense. 
He led the Blue Devil defen- 
se with 32 solo tackles and 55 
assists. 

The 6-3, 205 pounder was a 
unanimous selection. 

Also making the team 



from Warren were linemen 
Jim Rung and Brian Snell, 
quarterback- defensive back 
Derek Shelton, running 
back- linebacker Mike 
Wagner and wide receiver- 
defensive back Sam 
Diamantopoulos. 

All of the Warren players 
are seniors with the ex- 
ception of Shelton, a junior. 

Warren finished the 
regular season at 6-3, tied for 
third place in league stan- 
dings behind Niles North and 
Lake Forest. The Blue 
Devils were eliminated in 
the first game of the Class 5a 
playoffs by Belvidere. 

Niles North's Erik Slowik 
was named the league's top 
player followed by Eric 
Christensen of Liberty ville. 

Lake Forest and Niles 
North had the most players 
on the team, eight. Steven- 
son and Warren were next 
with six. Libertyville had 



five and North Chicago three 
selections. v Antioch, Mun- 
delein, Fenton and Zion- 
Benton each had two listed. 

North Chicago senior 
fullback-nose guard Cory 
Franklin was a unamimous 
selection. Other Warhawks 
on the elite squad included 
end Tom Newberry and half- 
back Eric Thompson. 

"He carried the brundt of 
our offense," North Chicago 
coach Bob Brothman said of 
Franklin. 

Franklin had three 100- 
yard games lor the 3-0 
Warhawks. 

Antioch's twosome on the 
team were defensive tackle 
James Smith, a senior and 
junior tailback David Wick. 

Flanker- defensive back 
Jeff Geary was a unanimous 
choice from Mundelein. 
Geary, a senior, was joined 
by fellow Mustang Mike 
Joerger. 




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Successful Runners 

The College of Lake County's cross country program enjoyed success this year 
under new coach Joel Peebles. The entire women's team qualified for nationals, 
finishing 12th. Mike Campbell qualified as an individual in the men's race. First 
row, from left: Denise Winkowski, April VanSickle and Denise Domanico. Bock 

row: Campbell, Denise Cadeau, Deb Deuhring and Peebles. 

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Theodore Swanson 

Funeral services for 
Theodore W. Swanson. 73. of 
Round Lake, were held on 
Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the 
Strang Funeral Chapel In 
Grayslakc. 

Mr. Swanson died on 
Saturday, Nov. i at the V.A. 
Medical Center in North 
Chicago, following a 
lingering illness. He was 
born on June 13, 1913 in 
Cakota, Minn., and had 
made his home in Round 
Lake for over 35 years. He 
was a veteran of World War 
II, serving with the U.S. 
Navy. He was an auto 
mechanic by trade for over 
30 years, retiring in 1976, and 
for the past few years, was 
employed with the Baxter 
Travenol Round Lake plant 
insecurity. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Ehse (nee Kclscn); four 
daughters, Eldora Adams of 
Indiana; Madctyn Staack of 
Round Lake; Christie' Todd 
and Nancy Staack, both of 
California; four sons, 
Rodney Travis of Texas; 
Paul Przybylski of 
California; Stephen Staack 
of Florida; and Theodore 
Staack of GraysJakc; eight 
grandchildren; three sisters 
and four brothers, not from 
this area. 

Internment was private. 

Alma Clifford 

Funeral services for Alma 
Clifford (nee Cook), 81 of 
Gurnee, were held on 
Friday, Nov. 7 at the Gurnee 
Funeral Home. 

Mrs. Clifford died on Wed- 
nesday, Nov. 5 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital. She was 
bom on Dec. 8, 1904, in 
Brilliant, Ohio, and lived in 
the Gurnee- Waukegan area 
for the last 50 years. She 
worked part-time at Larsen 
Marine. 

Survivors include one 
daughter, Adelyne (Glenn) 
Solum of Gurnee; four gran- 
dchildren, Glenn (Marian- 
ne) Solum of Waukegan; 
Cindy Solum of Gurnee; Jim 
(Wendy) Solum of- 
Waukegan and Ron Solum of 
Gurnee; and three great- 
grandchildren. She was 
preceded in death by her 
husband, James, in 1972. 

Internment was private. 

John Sturrpck 

Funeral services for John 
"Jack" Sturrock I, 76, of 
Gurnee, were held on 
Monday, Nov. 3 at the Strang 
Funeral Chapel in 
Grayslakc. 

Mr. Sturrock died on 
Friday, Oct. 31 at St. 
Theresc Medical Center in 
Waukegan following an 
extended illness. He was 
born on March 31, 1910 in 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: 

.Mr. Sturrock had lived in 



Round Lake for 28 years and 
retired to Gurnee recently. 
He was a former police 
magistrate of Round Lake 
Beach for four years, and 
owned and operated 
Sturrock's Village Inn in 
Round Lake Beach. He was a 
jeweler by trade for 25 
years, and was employed 
with Quaker Industries in 
research and development, 
retiring in 1977. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Eva (nee Van Patton); two 
daughters, Lynne Schrnmer 
of Gurnee and Jacque (Ed) 
Pnngburn of Lake Bluff; two 
sons,' John W. (Carol) 
Sturrock II of Florida, and 
Gary of Fairbanks, Ala.; 
five grandchildren and two 
great-grandchildren. He was 
preceded in death . by a 
daughter, Patricia. 

Internment was at Willow 
Lawn Memorial Park in 
Mundelcin. 

Neil J. O'Donnell 

Funeral services were 
held for Neil J. O'Donnell, 
71. of Inglcsidc. 

Mr. O'Donnell, a four-year 
resident of Inglcsidc, died 
Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 
Condcll Memorial Hospital 
in Libertyville. He formerly 
resided in Chicago and also 
Houston, Texas. 

He was born on Oct. 29, 
1914 in Bathgate, Scotland. 
Mr. O'Donnell was a former 
maintenance chief at the 
numerous Travel Lodges 
hotels, a member of the 
Moose Lodge in Chicago, and 
the Chicago Stockyards Pipe 
and Drum band. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Patricia (ney Kelden) of 
Ingleside; two sons, Joseph 
(Nancy) of Mt. Prospect, 
and Patrick of Rolling 
Meadows; four daughters, 
Kathleen (Willard) 
Borkenhagen of Elk Grove, 
Patricia (Kenneth) 
Stephenson of New Jersey, 
Dorothy (Robert) Krupps of 
Texas, and Barbara Janas of 
McHenry. 

Other survivors indue one 
brother, Peter (Edith) of 
Lake Villa; one sister, Anne 
Rogers of Chicago; 20 
grandchildren and 9 great- 
grandchildren. 

Funeral arrangements 
were conducted by the K.K. 
Hamsher Funeral Home in 
Fox Lake. 



Gertrude Schulz 

Funeral services for Ger- 
trude Schulz, 79, of Antioch, 
were held Saturday, Nov. 8 
at the Strang Funeral Home 
in Antioch. 

Mrs. Schulz died on Wed- 
nesday, Nov. 5 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan. She was bom 
Nov. 4, 1907 in Berlin, Ger- 
many. She came to the 
United States in 1928, and 



has lived in Antioch' since 
1959. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Otto; one son, 
Robert (Dale) of Springfield, 
W.Vo.; one daughter, Betty 
(Jerry) Heywood of An- 
tioch; one brother and one 
sister; and seven grand- 
children. 

Internment was at Hillside 
Cemetery. 

Betty Ann Roe 

Funeral services for Betty 
Ann Roe, 52, of Antioch, 
were held on Wednesday, 
Nov. 12 at the Strang 
Funeral Home in Antioch. 

Mrs. Roe died on Sunday, 
Nov. 9 at her home. She was 
born Feb. 19, 1934 in Evan- 
ston, and has lived in An- 
tioch for the past 27 years. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Thomas; two sons, 
Howard and Todd Roe, both 
of Antioch; one daughter, 
Linda (Ward) Hueg of Des 
Plaines; three brothers, 
Harry (Elaine) Sternberg, 
Donald (Debbie) Sternberg, 
and Edward (Shirley) Stern- 
berg, all of Antioch; and 
three grandchildren. 

Internment was at Hillside 
Cemetery in Antioch. 

Ida Cohan 

Funeral services for Ida 
Mandle Cahan, 77, of Gur- 
nee, were held on Tuesday, 
Nov. 4 at Temple Am Echod 
in Waukegan. 

Mrs. Cahan died on 
Sunday, Nov. 2 at St. 
Therese Medical Center in 
Waukegan. She was born on 
May 8, 1909 in Danville, Va., 
and had lived in Waukegan 
for many years. She was a 
member of the Lake County 
Medical Society Women's 
Group. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Dr. Max Cahan; a 
daughter, ' Louisa Cahan of 
Virginia, and a son, Shmuel 
Ben Manachem of Israel. 

Internment will be at Am 
Echod Cemetery. 

Edna Smith 

Funeral services for Edna 
T. Smith, 80, of Salem, were 
held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 
the Strang Funeral Home in 
Antioch. 

Mrs. Smith died on 
Wednesday, Nov. 5 at her» 
home. She was born on July 
9, 1906 in Wausau, Wis., and 



had lived in Chicago for 
many years before moving 
back to Wisconsin in 1963. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Fulton; one sister. 
Evelyn Bcltrand of Lyle, 
Minn.; four grandchildren 
and five great- 

grandchildren. She was 
preceded in death by one 
daughter. Betty M. Lun- 
dgren and one son, Warren 
Beyer. 

Internment was at Hillside 
Cemetery in Antioch. 



Dorothy Co ug hi in 

A funeral Mass for 
Dorothy Mae Coughiin, 72, of 
Round Lake, was celebrated 
on Wednesday, Nov. 5 at St. 
Joseph Church in Round 
Lake. 

Mrs. Coughiin died on Sun- 
day, Nov. 1 at home, 
following a long illness. She 
was born on Nov. 19, 1913 in 
Chicago and has been a 
resident of Round Lake for 
the past 40 years. 

Survivors include one 
daughter, Judith Coughiin of 
Round Lake; three sons, 
William Jr. of Chicago; 
James (Barbara) of Wild- 
wood; and Daniel (Nanette) 
of Island Lake; 10 grand- 
children and three great- 
grandchildren. She was 
preceded in death by her 
husband, William Joseph in 
1964; a son, George in 1975; 
and a daughter, Carol 
Pociask in 1983. 

Internment was at St. 
Joseph Cemetery in Round 
Lake. 



Joseph F. Vokac 

Funeral services for 
Joseph F. Vokac, 70, of 
Ingleside, were conducted on 
Saturday, Nov. 8 at the K.K. 
Hamsher Funeral Home in 
Fox Lake. 

Mr Vokac died on 
Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the 
Veterans Administration 
Hospital in North Chicago. 
He was born on Oct. 21, 1916 
in Chicago, where he lived 
for many years. Mr. Vokac 
lived in Ingleside for the past 
31 years. He was a member 
of the U.S. Army Air Force 
during World War II, a mem- 
ber and past commander of 
the Fox Lake American 
Legion Post 703, and a mem- 
ber of the Fox Lake Lions 
Club. He served for many 
years on the Big Hollow 
School Board of Education, 
and was a former employee 
with United Airlines. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Anne K. (nee Kalwas); two 
sons, Thomas J. (Lucy) of 
Naperville; James W. 
(Judy) of Oak Park; one 
daughter, Barbara A. 
(Patrick) Nyden of Lake 
Villa; three grand- 
daughters; and one sister, 
Rose Minarik of Ingleside. 

Internment was at Grant 
Cemetery in Ingleside. 

Edward Peleska 

Funeral services for 
Edward Peleska, 61, of 
Mundelein, were held on 
Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the 
Kristan Funeral Home in 
Mundelein. 

Mr. Peleska died on 



Saturday, Nov. l„al Condell 
Memorial Hospital in 
Libertyville. He was born on 
Nov. 13. 1924 in Black Duck, 
Minn., and had been a 
resident of Mundelcin for 
most of his life. He was a 
veteran of World War II and 
had served as a volunteer 
fireman with the Mundelcin 
Fire Dept. for 39 years. He 
was employed at Foulds 
Milling Co. in Mundelcin. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Eleanor; two sons, Gregg 
(Tamara) and Brian, both of 
Mundelein; one daughter, 
Linda (David) Florek of 
Mundelcin; three grand- 
children; two brothers, 
George (Fran) of Round 
Lake; Jerry (Vivian) 
VonDracek of Nevada; and 
one sister, Rose Beller. He 
was preceded in death by a 
son, Keith. 



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Faith IveneeUcel Lutheran, 1275 Moin St.. 
Phone (312) 395-1660. Saturday Worship at 7:00 
p.m. Sunday Worship. 8:00 & 10:30 a.m. Sunday 
School 9:25 a.m. Rev Oorold Gruen. Rev. 
Gregory Hermanson. Pastors. Christian Day 
School. (312) 395-1664. 

Millburn Congregational United Church 
of Christ, Grass lake Rd. at Rte. 45. Phone 
(312) 356-5237. Sunday service 10:00 a.m. 
Children's program 10:00 a.m. Rev. Donald 
McPeek, Pastor. 

United Methodist Church of Antioch. 848 

Main St. Phone (312) 395- 1 259. church At Wor- 
ship 8:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.. Church At Study 
9:30 a.m. 

St. Peter's Church, 557 W. lake Ave., An- 
tioch. Phone (312) 3950274. Masses 
-weekdays. 7:15 & 8:00 a.m. Sunday 6:30. 
8:00. 9:30, 11:00 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. Salurdoy 
5:30 p.m. Paslor. Rev. Father Lawrence 
Hanlcy. 

Chain Of Lakes Community Hale Church. 

V.F.W. Building: North Ave. Phone (312) 395- 
4248. Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. -6:00 p.m.. 



Nursery provided; Children's Church during 
morning worship. Interim pastor, JimGwinn, 

First Church of Christ, Scientist 4 Reading 

8m., Rle. 173 and Harding, Antioch. Phone 
(312) 395- 1 196. Sunday School, Sunday Church 
Service 1 1 :00 a.m. Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 

Calvary Baptist Church, 554 Parkway. 
Phone (312) 395-3393. Sunday School. 10 a.m. 
Sunday Worship 1 1 :00 a.m. ond 6 p.m. Paslor. 
Rev. Hey word Knight. 

St. Ignatius Episcopal, 983 Main St. Phone 
(312) 3950652. Services 7:30 a.m. Low Mass. 
9:30 a.m. High Mass. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 

Antioch Evangalicel Frae Church. Tiffany 
Rd, Phone (312) 395-41 17. Sunday School 9:00 
a m.; Sunday Worship. 10:15 a.m. and 6:00 
p.m.: Nursery • Children's Church during 
morning worship: Awana Club, 6:30 p.m.. 
Wednesday. { 

St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Hillsdale S 
Rte. 59. Phone (312) 395-3359. Sunday Wor- 
ship. 8:00. & 10:30 a.m. Church School 9:15 
a.m., Sunday. Rev. Charles E. Miller, Pastor. 




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by JOHN STEIN KE 
(Political Columnist) 

. On Nov. 4, Democratic County Clerk Linda 
Hess achieved an unprecedented reelection 
victory, Hess defeated her Republican 
challenger, Donna-Mae Litwiler, 49,850 to 
47,104, She became only the second 
Democrat reelected to countywide office in 
the past 132 years. Only her predecessor, 
Grace Mary Stem, was reelected county 
clerk on the Democratic ticket. Hess 
remains the only Democratic official in the 
Waukegan Courthouse. 

Linda Hess had to overcome the county's 
traditional Republicanism, Sheriff Robert H. 
"Mickey" Babcox's vigorous support for her 



opponent, and the unenthusiastic en- 
dorsement of her own party's leadership, 
particularly Chairman Jay K. Ukena and 
former Waukegan Mayor Bill Morris. The 
Lake County Democrats failed to contest 
many offices or fielded weak candidates to 
oppose GOP incumbents, This permitted the 
Republicans to mobilize their enormous 
organizational and financial resources 
against Hess. 

But the major factor threatening Hess' 
reelection was the statewide Democratic 
campaign. Adlai E. Stevenson III resigned 
as the Democratic candidate for governor, 
Last spring after two disciples of Lyndon H. 



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LaRouche, Jr. were nominated on the par- 
ty's ticket. They included Mark Fairchlld for 
lieutenant governor and Janice Hart for 
secretary of state. Rather than run with 
these candidates, he described Fairchild and 
Hart as "neo-Nazis" and "kooks." Stevenson 
then formed a third party. 

The Stevenson gubernatorial campaign 
faced the unenviable task of educating party 
voters to "Punch 3" in order to support him 
and his Illinois Solidarity candidate for 
secretary of state, Jane Spirgel, as well as 
the regular Democratic Parly ticket for 
other offices. The LaRouche candidates 
disrupted the straight Democratic vote. 
Lake County recorded .24,208 straight 
Republican ballots to only 1,470 for the 
Democrats. The straight GOP vote exceeded 
the Democratic total by 22,738 ballots 1 

Despite the avalanche of Republican 
ballots, Hess increased her majority from 
353 in 1982, to 2,746 in this fall's balloting. The 
regular Republican organization anticipated 
the low voter turnout. Only 46.0 percent of 
Lake County voters participated in the elec- 
tion. Linda Hess had predicted a 60 percent 
voter turnout. 

Sheriff Robert H. "Mickey" Babcox 
prophesized that Donna-Mae Litwiler would 



defeat Hess by 1,200 votes "because in- 
dependent Republicans will stay home." 
Babcox is the most powerful and astute 
politician in Lake County. He was right on 
two out of three components in this election. 
First, there was a light voter turnout. 
Second, the "normal" straight Republican 
vote materialized on election day. But the 
sheriff missed on the third element of the 
race. 

There was a heavy turnout among in- 
dependent GOP supporters, who cast their 
ballots for Hess' reelection. Among ticket- 
splitter Hess received 48,380 (67.9 percent) 

votes to Litwiler's 22,896 (32.1 percent). Four 
years ago, Hess garnered only 57.5 percent of 
the independent vote. The Hess Republicans 
wanted to preserve the two-party system. 

They rejected Babcox's bossism and Lit- 
wiler's incompetency in the solitude of the 

voting booth. Many rank-and-file 
Republicans rejected their leaders' concept 

of team politics. These voters recognized 
that the word, "team," rhymes with 

"machine." They didn't want Republican 
Lake County to become a Democratic Crook 
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Three weeks ago, I was prepared lo 
destroy my poison pen. I was planning to 
escape across the Lake County line before 
Sheriff Robert II. "Mickey" Babcox ap- 
prehended me for his road gang. But then I 
received a letter from my one fan-in-the- 
stands. Then I knew that Linda Hess had a 
real chance to secure reelction in the fall 
contest. Here are excerpts from this 
co- - xpondencc: 

Sfeinke 

On Politics 

"Hi I It's me! Number One Fan-in-the- 
Slands! I must say 1 was a bit worried about 
you when I had lo go all the way past the 
obituaries to find your column this week. I 
thought surely, after the article about 'Little 
Adolph* thai you had been assassinated! I 
used to agree with you 90 percent hi the time, 
hut now we agree 98 percent of the time! 

'"LiltJe Adolph' (Depke) and (GOP 
chairman) "Nikil.V N'eal are doing more 
damage to the Republican Parly than they 
can imagine* Their hunger for power is only 
causing more and more dissension than ever 
in tiii? Republican party. Many, many 
Republicans thought that 'Nikil.V (Neal) was 
going to U" the savior ol the GOP. Now they 
are finding out that he runs things just like 
the Communists: Step out of line and you're 
in trouble. Think and speak against what the 



party bosses want, and you are out ol the 
Fold-no matter how much you have done for 
the party previously." 

"Republicans are afraid to come out and 
openly support Linda Hess, even though they 
know that 'Mickey Mae' is absolutely the 
worst candidate the Republicans have ever 
had. My God! There must be 10.000 
Republicans out there who have belter 
qualifications. These Hess supporters don't 
leel like going against their party for tear of 
being censured. They don't like the thought 
of their names being in the newspaper as 
'Bad Guys* because they ain't bail. They 
simply cannot support a 'Nil-wit' Wiler. Has 
this woman ever graduated Irom high 
school? Her literature says 'Management' 
school and now she says 'Finishing School.' 
Maybe she finished school lo manage to 
learn how lo model. Hardly the best 
credentials to run the oil ice ol Lake Counly 
Clerk. Wouldn't it be embarrassing lo have a 
Nit-\V;l model running the clerk's office with 
the help of a Dim-Wit like 'Little Adolph' 
(Depke)?" 

"Our only hope for this country is the 
rentenlion of Linda Hess. . .Hopeiully. the 
voters will remember the slogan 'Make No 
Mistake' and vote for the candidate who has 
the best qualifications lor the job: Linda 
Hess!" 

Comment: County Clerk Linda Hess' 
reelection vindicated your analysis. Now 
jet's elect a GOP chairperson who has 
character, intelligence and integrity. Her 
initials are: Vcnita L. McConnel. 




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Free copies of a handbook 
on lighting drug abuse in the 
nation's schools arc 
available from State Sen. 
David N. Barkhausen's 
district office in Lake 
Forest. 

Barkhausen said the book. 
Schools Without Drugs, is a 
resource for students, 
parents, teachers, prin- 
cipals, and others working to 
save young people from the 
horrors of drug abuse. It is 



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years." Barkhausen said. 
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Victory Memorial Hospital will sponsor free blood pressure 
screenings on Monday, Nov. 17, at two locations. Screenings 
will be conducted in the lobby of the hospital, 1324 N. 
Sheridan Rd., Waukegan. from 1 to 3 p.m. Screenings will be 
offered at the Victory Health Outreach Center, 121 E. Grand 
Ave., Lake Villa, from 8 a.m. to noon. No appointment is 
necessary. 

Choruses To Perform 

The Swedish Glee Club of Waukegan and the Normcnnenes 
Singers of Arlington Heights will present a joint concert at 3 
p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 16, at the Scandinavian Club of 
Arlington Heights, 2323 N. Wilke Rd., Arlington Heights. 
English. Norwegian and Swedish folk and popular songs will 
be featured, and internationally-known pianist Denis Moffat 
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will be available at the door. 



setting up school programs 
to fight the problem." 

Barkhausen said the book 
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school seniors have used 
drugs of some kind, and 
many of Ihem were pur- 
chased in their own schools. 
It also indicates that 
students arc experimenting 
with drugs at an in- 
creasingly early age. 

"The old saying about 'an 
ounce of prevention' has 
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Barkhausen said. "Young 
people spend a lot of time in 
school, and their school 
experiences have a 
tremendous influence on 
their lives. We must keep 
schools drug-free." 

The book contains in- 
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Republican Party executive secretary Suzie Metzler and chairman Bob Neal are 
surrounded by a crowd as vote totals go flashing by on the special election ter- 
minals set up at the courthouse on election night. Republicans were frustrated 
when their efforts to take over the county clerk's office were turned away by 
voters. Incumbent Democrat Linda Hess won reelection by a larger margin than 
her victory four years ago. — Photo by Charles Johnston 



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Public nolle* It hsrsby given that I, Jack L. Anderson, County 
Irmurir snJ Ex-Offlcio County Collactor of U«» County, In the Stat* 
•foresaid will apply to the Circuit Court of said County on Tuesday, iha 
33th day of Noveaber. A.D. 1986, far Judgaacnl fixing tha correct aaount or 
any tai paid under proteat and for Judgeaent against the lands and lota 
Mentioned and deicrlbod In the follow In, Hat or delinquent lands and lota 
for the general taiaa for the yeara 1910 through 1915 both Inclusive, to- 
gather with Interest, penalties, and costs due severally thereon and for 
las**, drainage and special ass**sa*nls due for the years 191* through 1985 
both Inclusive together with Interest, penalties and coats due severally 
thereon, and for an order to sell said lands and lots for satisfaction 
thereof. Public notice Is also hereby glvsn that on the first Monday of 
December, 1916, to win on tha 1st day of Deceaber, A.O. 1986, all the 
lands and lota for tha aala of which an order shall be suda, will be esposed 
to public sale In the building where aald Circuit Court la held In said 
Countv In the Court House In Waukegan, In said County for the aaount of 
las**, apeelel taxes, drainage, special assassaenta, interest, penalties 
and costs due severally thereon, except such as shall have been paid at 
said tine of sale. Said sale shall coaaence at 9 o'clock A.M. Central Tiaa. 
on Mondav the tat day or Deccnber, A.D. 1916, and to continue froa day to 
day until the sane shall be coapleted and If for any causa such Judgement 
, shall not be rendered on the said 25th day of November, A.D. 1986, then 
* such sal* will be nad* on the first Hondey after such Judgeeent shall be 
rendered coanenclng at 9 o'clock In the forenoon of such first Monday. 

Costs on each tract or description of land three dollars! on each lot 
or description of lot three dollars. Also intarest at th* rata of one and 
one half per cent per oonth will be added after June 2. 1986, on the first 
Insul Iraent and on* and one half per cent per aonth on the second install- 
ncnt after Septeaber 2, 1986. 

Those taxpayers who have previously cocplled with Section 191 of the 
Revenue Act of 1939 by paving under protest both installaents of their 1985 
real property taxes nay file with the Clerk of the Lake County Circuit 
Court anv objection* which they suy have to the aforesaid application for 
Judgement. All objections filed Bust coaplv with requirement* of Sections 
194 and 233 of Ihe Revenue Act ol 1939. 

Newport Township 

PERM. I MO NUfV NAME / 

AftOUHT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



HfcKM, INU. NUM/ 
! AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION 

03-26-606-026 PITCHER CONSTftUCTION CO 

61.56 13)0* w 39TH ST 
OJ-26-606-O29 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

VI. 58 15080 U 29TM ST 
03-26-606-O30 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

62.56 1307* W 29TH ST 
03-26-606-031 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.56 13072 W 29TH ST 
O3-26-606-O32 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

1.2.58 13070 W 29TH ST 



03-0 1-600-002 RICHARD S CACKOVIC 

1*36.32 *3«70 N GREEN BAY RD 
OJ-0 1^.00-009 DENNIS D I RUTH B KLABUNOE 

668.86 1.3105 N GREEN BAY RO 
03-02-300-025 CHARLES I CANOACE LAMBERT 

597.1.7 1 1.953 W RUSSELL RD 
03-02-300-036 RONALD E & DEE A NEUfUN 

1.119-57 ">B27 W RUSSELL RD 
03-05-600-003 H A PTASIENSKI 

517.33 1.3193 N HUNT CLUB RD 
O3-05-I1OO-0 10-0021 DONALD P I JOAN L MORENO 
93.66 17355 W STATE LINE RD 
03-05-1.00-011-002) ANDREA L i BERTA G STEELE 



13**-36 



17285 w STATE LINE RD 



ZION 60099 

ZION 60099 

RUSSELL 60075 

RUSSELL 60075 

ANTIOCH 60002 

ZION 60099 

ZION 60099 

ANTIOCH 60002 



03-07-100-001-0021 nOHAPlED E I JOAN NASR 

713.22 18900 W EDWARDS RD 
03-07-100-007-0010 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1520 

785.91. CRAWFORD RO ANTIOCH 60002 

03-07-100-007-0011 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1520 

368.28 CRAWFORD RD ANTIOCH 60002 

03-07-200-006 ROBERT SHERIDAN 

1,526.66 1.2826 N SHERIDAN OAKS OR ANTIOCH 60002 
03-07-201-001 AMERICAN NATIONAL BAK I TRUST CO TR 706 



5.538.18 42680 N SHERIDAN OAKS DR 
03-07-300-006-0021 JOHN RAUSCH 

89. 38 18535 W EDWARDS RD 
C.3-O8-3OO-OO3 ACCARDO T OLEARY 

1.1.I.1.98 1*2222 N HUNT CLUB RD 
O3-O8-3OO-OO8 ELLIOT B PRILLIG 

1,030.71. 1.2200 N HUNT CLUB RD 
03-1 1-200-O06-OO1D ALVAR LARSON 

1.759-50 1.2710 N DELANY RD 
O3-II-2OO-OO6-OOII ALVAR LARSON 

981.. 80 1,2710 H DELANY RD 
03-12-300-008 DONALD E SCHECK 

li, 108.81. 1.2309 N DELANY RD 
O3-I3-2OO-OO7-OOII LAWRENCE D I SANDRA J INGLIS 

60.92 1.1622 N GREEN BAY RD 
03-16-300-011-0010 WILLIAM t MARY BEHRENS 

3.306.96 412 30 N KILBOURNE RO 
03-1 V-300-0 I 1-0011 WILLIAM t MARY BEHRENS 

56.86 1.1230 N KILBOURNE RD 
O3-I5-2OO-OIO-OO2I BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1 1»75 

16. OB HWY 173 
03-15-300-008 BENJAMIN J 6 ROBBIE N RUIZ 

721.10 15725 W 2 1ST ST 
O3-I5-3OO-OI5 RONALO CLIFF 

626.75 15535 W 2IST ST 
03-1 5-400-003 GERARD PIERRE-JEROME 

604. 40 15215 W HWY 173 
OJ-I6-400-024 HYWAY AUTO PARTS 

2,046.56 41499 N SKOKIE HWY 
03-16-40O-O26 HYWAY AUTO PARTS 
10,767.32 SKOKIE HWY 
03-17-10O-O10 BOYCE J L ISABELLE L BUCKNER 
2.707.04 41660 N HUNT CLUB RD 



03-23-100-010-0010 

1,417.80 
03-2 3- I 00-0 10-00 11 

40.46 
03-23-100-011-0011 

40.46 



J KAISER 

N KILBOURNE RO 

J KAISER 

N KILBOURNE RD 

CLAUDIA KAISER 

N KILBOURNE RD 



G KAISER 
40676 
G KAISER 
40876 
RONALD A 
40822 
03-23-100-016-0010 MART J FELKNOR 

2.332.14 14989 W 215T ST 
03-23-100-016-0011 MARY J FELKNOR 

217. OB I49B9 W 21ST ST 
03-23-200-O1O PETER I JULIE BRAD 

607.52 40527 N KILBOURNE RD 
03-24-101-001 CHARLES A WANDA LAWRENCE 

521.54 13705 * 2IST ST 
03-24-101-013 CARRA C NIMMO 

737.02 13530 W GREEN VIEW DR 
03-24-205-002 ROBERT I LIN PERRY 

192.64 40751 N FOREST VIEW RD 
03-24-205-O09 RICHARD W CAIEK 

3.12 40720 N CORNELL ST 
03-24-402-004 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42. 5B 13103 W 27TH PL 
03-24-402-005 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13099 W 27TH PL 
03-2 4-402-006 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13097 W 27TH PL 
03-24-402-029 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.56 )3071* W 28TH ST 
03-24-402-030 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13072 W 28TH ST 
03-24-402-031 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13070 W 28TH 5T 
03-24-402-032 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13064 W 28TH ST 
03-24-403-001 GREGORY F OKASINSKI 
21.29 13131 W 2BTH ST 
03-24-403-O02 GREGORY F OKASINSKI 
21.29 13121 W 26TH ST 
03-24-404-O13 CHARLES R A SUSAN LOOHIS 

42.58 13047 W 28TH PL 
03-24-404-014 CHARLES R I SUSAN H LOOHIS 

42.58 13041 W 28TH PL 
03-24-404-015 CHARLES I SUSAN LOOHIS 

42.58 13035 W 28TH PL 
03-24-404-016 CHARLES R A SUSAN Pi LOOMIS 

42.58 13031 W 26TH PL 
03-24-404-023 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 
42.53 13110 W 29TH ST 



ANTIOCH 60002 
ANTIOCH 60002 
ANTIOCH 60002 
ANTIOCH 60002 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60099 
ZION 6O099 
ZION 60099 
WADSWORTH 60083 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60099 
-WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60099 
WAD5W0RTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 6OO63 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60095 
WADSWORTH 60083 
ZION 60099 
ZION 60099 
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' ZION 60099 
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NAMk/ 
ADDRESS 

ZION 60099 
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03-24-406-O33 ALVAR LARSON 

42.56 13068 W 29TH ST 
03-24-404-03* ALVAR LARSON 

42.58 13066 W 29TH 5T 
03-24-404-035 ALVAR LARSON 

62.56 13056 W 29TH ST 
03-24-404-036 ALVAR LARSON 

42.58 13048 W 29TH ST 
03-24-404-O37 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.56 13044 W 29TH ST 
03-24-406-038 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

62.56 13040 W 29TH ST 
03-24-404-O39 PTICHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13036 W 29TH ST 
03-24-404-O40 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

42.58 13034 V 29TH ST 
03-25-101-008-0021 EUGENE A CONNIE MAUSER 



14.00 



DELANT RD 



O3-25-IOI-OO9-OO2I EUGENE A CONNIE MAUSER 



14.00 



OELANY RD 



OLD 



O3-25-IOI-OII-OO2I EUGENE A CONNIE MAUSER 

16.00 OELANY RO , 
03-25-201-001 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

47.70 13113 W 29TN ST 
03-25-201-002 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

47.70 13111 W 29TH ST 
O3-25-2OI-OI3 ALVAR LARSON 

47.70 13059 W 29TH ST 
03-25-201-014 ALVAR LARSON 

47.70 13057 W 29TH ST 
03-25-201-015 LAVAR LARSON 

47.70 13051 V 29TH ST 
03-25-201-016 ALVAR LARSON 

47.70 13049 W 29TN ST 
03-25-201-021 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

47.70 13029 W 29TH ST 
03-25-201-022 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

47.70 13027 W 29TH ST 
03-25-201-023 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

47.70 13017 W 29TH ST 
03-25-201-024 PITCHER CONSTRUCTION CO 

47.70 130)5 w 29TH ST 
03-25-404-001 PAUL R DOLIN 

I65.38 13293 W SHARON ST 
03-25-404-003 PAUL R DOLIN 

82.38 39163 N BELLE PLAINE AV 
03-25-406-001 EDWARD MAZZIE 

365.72 13426 W WADSWORTH RD 
03-25-406-002 EDWARD MAZZIE 

365.72 13388 W WADSWORTH RD 
03-25-407-001 EDWARD MAZZEI 

365.72 13356 W WADSWORTH RO 
03-26-200-009 MICHAEL A GROSS 
341.53 DELANY RD 
03-26-405-016 JUDY K FREEMAN 

1.324.52 39290 N DELANY RD 
O3-27-IOO-OOI-OOIO WILLIAM A MCLAUGHLIN 
2,910.04 W KELLY RD 

O3-27-IOO-OOI-OOII WILLIAM A MCLAUGHLIN 

1.096.48 W KELLY RO 
03-27-300-011 G PAPPAS G PAPPAS 

1.954.52 N HWY 41 
03-28-200-002-0021 WILLIAM A MCLAUGHLIN 

401.32 W KELLY RD 
O3-2B-20O-O10 PAUL SERDAR 

1,168.94 39609 N HILL CREEK RD 
03-28-40O-O02-O010 PAUL SERDAR 

1.746.64 39495 N MILL CREEK RD 
03-26-400-002-0011 PAUL SERDAR 

349.76 39495 H MILL CREEK RD 
03-32-400-002 W H SWANSON 

1,569.04 17235 W HIILBURN RD 
03-33-200-004-0010 MARY G TIFFANY 

21.10 38522 N DILLEYS RD 
03-33-200-O04-O011 MARY G TIFFANY 

2.24 38922 N DILLEYS RD 
03-33-200-005 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 160 

1.135.48 16005 W MILLBURN RD 
O3-3 3-200-006-0021 PAUL A HARRIET SERDAR 

15.58 16021 W WADSWORTH RO 
O3-33-2OO-OIO-OOIO PAUL E A HARRIET E SERDAR 

1.049.62 38665 N DILLEYS RD 
O3-33-2OO-O 10-00 II "PAUL E A HARRIET E SERDAR 

263. 14 38665 N DILLEYS RD 
03-34-100-001-0010 PAUL A HARRIET SERDAR 

7.126.04 15955 W MILLBURN RD 
O3-34-IOO-OOI-OOII PAUL A HARRIET SERDAR 

2,345.90 15955 W MILLBURN RD 
03-34-200-010 ROBERT P t PATRICIA N NEAL 

46.70 WADSWORTH RD 
O3-34-300-OO5 LASALLE NATIONAL BANK OF CHICAGO 

1,213.20 SKOKIE HWY 
03-35-201-005 GADDI 8 MARIA 

2.675.54 NORTHWOOOS DR 
03-35-202-018 WARREN K WEAVER 

379-76 BURR OAK LN 
03-35-203-OI8 TERRY L PHILLIPS 
379-76 RED OAK TER ■ 
O3-35-203-O20 HARK H I GAIL ANN WEGNER 

379.76 RED OAK TER 
03-35-205-009 TERRY L PHILLIPS 

379.76 BURR OAK LN 
03-35-304-022 FRANKLIN A WHITE 

265.72 38225 N GOLF LANE DR 
O3-36-I01-O01 ROBERT T ERNSTMEYER 

283.56 13977 W WADSWORTH RD 
03-36-104-002 MARGARET M IWANSKI 

1,3)0.10 WADSWORTH RD 
03-36-108-004 MARGARET M IWANSKI 

78. 98 WOODLAND AV 
O3-36-II6-OOI CHARLES A ANGELIA DOCTOR 

48.37 13607 W HART ST 
03-36-2I4-O04 DANIEL Z I JOANNE LIPCZYNSKI 

65.54 13170 W CHAPLIN ST 
03-36-223-001 VICTOR RAUSCHEL 

121.70 13109 W CHAPLIN ST 

03-36-226-001 SOPHIE W0JC1K 

61 . 19 38603 N WAVELAND AV 

O3-36-227-OO3 MARGO K HAGEN 

767.18 36567 N MAGNOLIA AV 

03-36-227-004 MARY JO ZURAITIS 

41.19 38539 N MAGNOLIA AV 

03-36-227-005 MARY JO ZURAITIS 

61.19 13356 W BEACH RD 



STATE or ILLINOIS! 

) SS 
COU.TY or LAKE J 



ZION 60099 

ZION 60099 

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ZION 6OO99 

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WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 60083 

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WAUKEGAN 60OB7 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 6OO85 

WAUKEGAN 6OOB5 

'WADSWORTH 60063 

WADSWORTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 6OOB3 

WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 6008) 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
MILL CREEK 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
WADSWORTH 60083 
WADSWORTH 60083 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
WADSWORTH 60083 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 
WADSWORTH 6 00 8 3 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

TR U/T 19902 
WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 60083 

WA05WORTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WADSWORTH 60083 

WADSWORTH 6OO83 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 60085 

WAUKECAN 60085 

WAUKEGAN 6OO85 

WAUKEGAN 60065 



1, Jack L. Anderson, hereby certify th.it I an County Treasurer 
.111 J Ex-offlcio County Collector uf the County of Lake. In the State of 
lllinui*. anil js. such llw keeper of 1 In- records of said office and that 
lit* foregoing la a list of dol inqucnl lands and lota upon which tax** 
riT-.UTi unpaid and duo for the year or years 1910 through 1985 both 



Inclusive, together with the owner's n»ne, (f known, and th* aaount of 
tax duo t hereon. 



Dated at Waukogan, Lake County, Illinois this 6th day of 
Kovonber, A.D. 1980. 
t 



a^JACi: L. AKDERSOS 
COCSTY TRKASIRLR AND 
rx-orncio COUNTY COLLECTOR 

llB6B.147.WN 

November 13, 1986 



STATt Or ILLINOIS) 

) SS 
COUNTY Or LACE ) 



Public notice Is hereby given that 1, Jack L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and Es-Off Iclo County Collector of Lake County, In the Stat* 
aforesaid will apply to th* Circuit Court of said County on Tuesday, th* 
35th day of November, A.D. 19B6, for Judgement fixing th* correct aaount of 
any tax paid under protest and for Judgeaent against th* lands and lots 
Mentioned and described In th* following list of delinquent lands and lots 
for the g*n*r*l tax** for th* years 1910 through 1985 both inclusive, to* 
gather with Interest, penalties, and costs due severally thereon and for 
taxes, drainage and special ssssstaents du* for th* year* 191* through 1985 
both Inclusive together with lnt*r*st, penalties and costs due severally 
thereon, and for an ordar to sell said lands and lots for satisfaction 
thereof. Public nolle* la also hereby glvsn that on th* first Monday of 
Deceaber, 1986. to wltt on th* 1st day of Decteber, A.D. 1916, all th* 
lands and lots for the sal* of which an ordar shall b* made, will be exposed 
to public sal* In th* building where said Circuit Court I* hold In said 
County In the Court House In Waukegan, In said County for the aaount of 
taxaa, special tax**, drainage, ap*ctal assessments, Interest, penalties 
snd costs du* severally thereon, except such as shall have bean psld at 
said tin* of ssla. Said sal* shall coaaence at 9 o'clock A.M. Central Tlaa. 
on ttonday th* 1st day of Deceaber, A.D. 1916, and to continue frost day to 
day until the saaa shall be coapleted and If for any cause such Judgeeent 
shall not be rendered on the said 2Sth day of November, A.D. 1916, then 
such sale will be svsde on the first Monday aflar such Judgeaent shall be 
rendered coanenclng at 9 o'clock In the forenoon of such first Monday. 

Costs on. each tract r-r description of land three dollar*) on each lot 
or description of lot three dollars. Also interest at the rate of one and 
one haU per cent per aonth will b* added after June 2, 191b, on the first 
instil laent and one and one half per cent per aonth on the second Install- 
ncnt after Septeaber 2, 19(6. 

Those taxpayers who have previously coaplied with Section 191 of the 
Revenue Act of 1939 by paying' unJer protest both Installaents of their 1985 
real property taxes aay file with the Clerk of the Lake County Circuit 
Court any objections which they aay have to the aforesaid application for 
Judgeaent. All objections filed aust conplv with requirements of Sections 
194 and 2M of the Revenue Act ol 1939. 

Lake Villa Township 

PERM. IND HUM/ NAME / 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRES5 



C TSUKA 

N LAKE VIEW AV 

C TSUHA 

N LAKEVIEW AV 



01-36-103-017 COUNTY OF LAKE 

11.18 25530 W CEDAR CREST LN 
OI-36-IOU-OIO AGG DEVELOPMENT CO 

161.90 25970 W SUNNYSIDE RO 

01-36-105-009 MARGARET 

B33-3 1 . 38825 

01-36-105-010 MARGARET 

161.90 38813 

OI-36-6OO-OI5 WALTER C PISKCRZ 

532.28 38150 N SUNSET LN 
01-36-600-016 WILLIAM E GRUNEWALD 

9. 66 38255 N HWY 59 
OI-36-603-O66 KENNETH C A JENNIFER SMITH 

733.76 38066 H HWY 59 
01-36-606-026 NANCY 01 LAB 10 

661.62 38106 N ACADEMY DR 
02-25-200-006-0011 HENRY J BIANCO 

71.62 39670 N HWY 65 
02-25-301-010 AMERICANA REALTY CO 

206.72 PAINE AV 
02-26-602-005 MATTHEW D SBALCHIERQ 

I.OIO.98 JEFFERSON DR 
02-26-603-023 ROBERT H CLAUSING 
1,018.16 BECK RO 



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ANTIOCH 60002 

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LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LINDENHURST 60066 

LINDENHURST 60066 

LINDENHURST 60066 



02-27-101-006 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND TR 70020 



3,966.72 39596 N WITTENBURG RD 
02-27-300-007 GERALD J A SIBYL E FRITZ 

2.682.90 21696 W GELDEN RD 
02-27-301-018 KEVIN J A LYNN K VALPOLE 
216.91 21565 W BRENTWOOD LN 
02-27-303-001 JOSEPH C A KARIN HEILGEIST 

105.66 39261 N DEEP LAKE RD 
O2-27-3O3-O02 JOSEPH C A KARIN HEILGEIST 

105.66 39229 N OEEP LAKE RD 
02-27-305-012 RAY R A CAROLINE B LARY 

105.66 39220 N POPLAR ST 
O2-27-305-OI3 RAY R A CAROL B LARY 
8B6.68 39202 N POPLAR ST 
02-27-307-001 JOSEPH HEILGEIST 

1,636.60 39127 N DEEP LAKE RD 
02-27-309-008 DONALD HARPER 

305.85 39057 N SPRUCE ST 
02-27-309-009 DONALD HARPER 

52.73 39069 N SPRUCE ST 
02-2 9-300-00 3-00 10 CATHERINE FORRESTAL 

602.33 23688 W PETITE LAKE RD 
02-29-300-003-001) CATHERINE FORRESTAL 

367.56 23688 W PETITE LAKE RD 
O2-29-600-O08-OO2 I CATHERINE FORRESTAL 

65.97 23672 W PETITE LAKE RO 
O2-3O-IOO-O5O THOMAS F SANTINO 

3.922.93 398BO N HARBOR RIDGE DR 
02-30-100-052 THOMAS F SANTINO 

369.93 39919 N GOLF LN 
02-30-100-057 THOMAS F SANTINO 

1.597.62 39855 N GOLF LN 
02-30-100-059 THOMAS F SANTINO 

1.901.72 39867 N GOLF LN 
O2-3O-IOO-O6O THOMAS F SANTINO - 

1.010.66 39875 N GOLF LN 
02-30-100-070 THOMAS f SANTINO 

3,306.08 26970 W HARBOR RIDGE DR 
O2-3O-IOO-O7I THOMAS F SANTINO 

1.856.26 26675 W STONEIRIDGE OR 
02-30-101-021 TERRY L A DIANNE R PERIMAN 

91.5.55 39633 N FAIRWAY DR 
02-30-101-051 THOMAS F SANTINO 

1.859.53 39883 N CRA8APPLE DR 
02-30-101-056 WILLIAM F A PHYLLIS L CARDIFF 
1.572.08 3966) N CRABAPPLE OR 



ANTIOCH 60002 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 6OO66 

ANTIOCH 60002 

ANTIOCH 60002 

ANTIOCH 60O02 

ANTIOCH 60002 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

ANTIOCH 60002 

LAKE VILLA 60066 

LAKE VILLA 60066 



02-30-106-007 NORTHBROOK TRUST £ SAVINGS BANK TR LT-2S77 



696.66 26979 W FOREST DR 
02-30-106-016 KERRY J A DENISE L CARLSON 

38.87 26965 W FOREST OR 
O2-3O-IO6-OI5 KERRY J A DENISE L CARLSON 

71.83 26963 W FOREST DR 
02-30-106-026 LILLIAN BAKALIS 

22.07 26933 W FOREST OR 
O2-3O-IO6-032 BLANCHE R HEISCHBERG 
922.16 26861 W FOREST DR 
02-30-106-012 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 82-168 

71.83 26898 W OAK AV 
02-30-106-013 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 82-168 

202.86 26886 W OAK AV 
02-30-106-O 16 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 62-166 
116.62 26B76 W OAK AV 



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1 6B Lakeland Newspaper. 



Thursday, November 13. 1986 



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03-30-107-009 PHILIP I DOLORES HUBBARD 

*59-*6 2*853 W OAK AV 
02-30-301-030 PETITE LAKE PARK ASSOCIATION 

5.00 391.1.8 N LAKE AV 
02-30-301-01.1 RONALD G L JEAHETTE A KAUTH 

713.29 393B6 N LAKE AV 
02-30-302-009 RICHARD C % PATRICIA S DUMPER 

1*3.66 39*20 N HWY 59 
02-30-303-001. PIONEER TRUST * SAVINGS BANK 

77*»- 1*» 393&7 n LAKE AV 
02-30-305-013 JULIUS t CAROL MANN 

261.92 39278 N HWY 59 
02-30-307-003 PATRICK J t ROBERTA £ KERR 

1.11.95 ZitSOl W LAKEVIEW DR 
02-30-308-002 JACK T t JACQUELINE S SHOQLOfl 

76.60 39195 N PETITE TER 
O2-3O-3O&-OI6 nONTE J t ROSA M WISLER 

185.30 39II.O N HWY 59 
02-30-309-001 LEONARD T LAMBERT 

1*8.82 39109 N CEDAR CREST DR 
O2-3O-309-OO2 LEONARO T LAMBERT 

1.063.63 39135 N CEDAR CREST DR 
O2-3O-309-OO9 HELEN HARIE ORR 

97.64 21.911 W RAVINE DR 
02-3O-309-OI3 LARRY R MARTIN 

97-61. 24.873 W RAVINE OR 
02-30-309-0 Id LARRY I JUDY BART IN 
801.. 60 39076 N HWY 59 

O2-3O-309-OI5 LARRY t JUDY HART IN 

97.61. 39068 N HWY 59 
O2-3O-309-OI6 LARRY A JUDY HART IN 

97-61. 3906O N HWY 59 
O2-3O-J.O5-OO5 MICHAEL KELLY 

60.95 39051 N BALBOA OR 
02-31-100-015 JAMES W * KATHLEEN M CRICHTON 

22. dO 2d999 W DERING LN 
02-31-103-006 CLARENCE CEISLEA 

71.83 2d762 W BERING LN 
O2-3I-2OO-OO6-OO2I MAE H OIRYAN 

d2d.98 2*1*3 W PETITE LAKE RO 
02-3 1-200-0 Id H KIMOE L KUNDE 

28*. 16 2*026 W DIANA AV 
02-31-203-003 ROBERT J t SHARON I LORAHC 

163. 2d 2d036 W DIANA AV 
O2-3I-205-OO3 HAROLD A LUELLA KUNDE 

1*3.66 2*021 W DIANA AV 
02-31-205-OOd HAROLD I LUELLA KURD! 
821. J6 2d013 W DIANA AV 



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LAKE VILLA 600*6 
02-31-300-007 THE BID-CITY NATIONAL BAM Of CHICAGO TN 1505 

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2,603.66 2*650 y GRAND AV 
02-32-100-019 JAY R A CHARLOTTE ft CNIM 

35.9* *At AV lu[ 

02-32-100-028 BONNIE L COW I LI 

502.38 23529 W PETITE LAKE RD ml 
02-32-100-032 F JOHNSON D COLUCIO 

288.5* 33555 W PETITE LAKE NO LAKE 
02-32-10 1 -OOd RAYMOND JOHNSON 

593. 1* 38881 N PARK AVE WIST LME 
02-32-101-005 RAYMOND JOHNSON 

159*2* 38867 N PARK AVI WIST LMI 
02-32-111-001 ROBERT J A CORINNI N FRANCISXOVICH 



§71, 76 23993 W WASHINGTON AV 
02-32-111-003 HERBERT A GLIINERHAN 

5d.10 23965 W WASHINGTON AV 
O2-32-II6-OOI DAVID ft B DIANA C CHASt 

50.68 23993 « WINTHROP PL 
02-32- M6-O02 DAVID H A DIANA C CHASE 

50.68 23969 W WINTHROP PL 
02-32-116-003 DAVID H A DIANA C CHASE 
6dO.*6 23961 W WINTHROP PL 
02-32-130-002 H KUNOE L KUNDE 

31.70 38567 N Ml CHORE LN 
O2-32-I2O-OO3 H KUNDE L KUNOE 

31.70 38559 N ARDRORE LN 
02-32-1 20-00d H KUNOE L KUNDE 

31.70 385 d 7 N ARDHORI LN 
02-32-120-005 H KUNDE L KUNDE 

31.70 385*3 N ARDMORE LN 
02-32-120-009 HAROLD W KUNOE 

31.70 38511 N ARDMORE LN 
02-32-200-002 JAMES H F1ENE 

1.21.87 23*>71 V PETITE LAKE RO 
O2-32-2OO-OO3 DOUGLAS t CAROLYN HAWES 

ld5. 5* 23*31 W PETITE LAKE RD 
O2-32-2OO-O5O BELMORA PARK ASSOCIATION 

31.70 23*51 W LIBERTY AV 

02-32-200-062 ALICE I SPILLER 

*07-36 23335 W LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-063 ALICE 1 SPILLER 

Id. 96 23323 W LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-061. BELMORA PARK ASSOCIATION 

31.70 23319 W LIBERTY AV 
O2-32-200-O7d ALICE SPILLER C MUELLER 

12. d2 LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-075 BELMORA. PARK ASSOCIATION 

33.88 LIBERTY AV 
O2-32-2OO-O8I 1ST AMERICAN BANK 650366-50 

906.98 23255 W LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-082 JANE DEOBLER 

31.08 23*12 W LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-083 OSCAR THUNBERG 

6.23 23*23 w LIBERTY AV 
02-32-200-08d DONALD i SANDRA LARSON 

37.00 23*17 LIBERTY AV 
02-32-201-002 ROBERT J STE1SKAL 

26*. 90 MILWAUKEE AV 
02-33-306-022 GARY L I GLORIA SCHNEIDER 

1*0.72 206 VILLA AV 
O2-33-306-O23 GARY SCHNEIDER 

522.77 206 VILLA AV 
02-33-307-008 PAUL R AVERY 

3,181.02 89 CEDAR AV 
O2-33-307-OI5 PAUL R AVERY 
S2.30 GRAND AV 
02-33-307-021 RICHARD J K02IEL 
817.36 88 E GRAND AV 
02-33-307-022 RICHARD J K0Z1IL 

1,305.60 92 GRAND AV 
02-33-*0 1-003 VICTOR CI SAN * 

1.929.36 GRAND AV 
02-33-dO 1-O60 VICTOR CI SAN 

176.32 GRAND AV 
02-3*-10 1-021 DOUGLAS B LUNSFORD 

*8*.1* 21930 W 7TH ST 
02-3UI01-O23 DOUGLAS LUNSrORO 

59.76 21926 W 7TH ST 
02-3*- 102-00* LAWRENCE I AUDREY STOWILL 

566.08 21708 W ELM ST 
02-3UI02-O12 ROBERT W WAGNEN 

75. 2d 216*0 W ELM ST 
02-3*- 1 02-0 2 2 UAVNE R JENS IK 

77.58 21596 W ILM ST 
02-3*-l02-O23 JAMES * MANIA GLIASON 

36*. 30 215** W ELM ST 
02-3*-103-OlB JACK ILGNER 

1,198.66 21551 W LAKE AV 
02-3*-10*-O15 DOLIN * HIRSCH 

155. 16 388*6 N HICKMY ST 
02-3*-10*-Ol6 JUOE R t LILLIAN H LARSON 

79.83 388*0 N HICKORY ST 
02-3*-IO*-017 JUDE R A LILLIAN H LARSON 

• 79.83 38832 N HICKORY ST 
02-3*-»0*-OlB JUOE R t LILLIAN H LARSON 
*2*.6* 38820 N HICKORY ST 



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VILLA 600d6 
VILLA 600d6 
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VILLA 600d6 
VILLA 600d6 
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PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 

02-3*-106-O08 DEBORAH L 

56d.80 21601 W ELM ST 
02-3<.-l 15-0 IB WANDA MALECKI 

206.50 38733 N GRAFTON RD 
02-3d-1 15-022 DARYL K I LINDA A GRIFFIN 

2*2.71 38681 H GRATTON RD 
02-3d-1 15-023 DARYL K t LINDA A GRIFT IN 

157.50 38675 N GRATTON RD 
02-31.-117-013 PERRY OQUINN 

621.80 21870 W dTH ST 
02-31.-1 1B-001. JAflES A TURNER 

1.51.86 21893 W dTH ST 
02-3d-HB-O05 STEVEN J BAUMERT 

205.33 21881 W dTH ST 
02-3d-l 1B-O06 ROBERT J BELLEFEUILLE 

12 2.91. 21869 W dTH ST 
02-3d-llB-O07 ROBERT J BELLEFEUILLE 

705.7* 21863 W dTH ST 
02-3d-l 18-015 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 83-169 

122.9* 2lB9d W 3RD ST 
02-3d-l 18-016 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 83-169 

122.9* 21682 W 3RD ST 
02-3d-1 16-017 DONALD MENTONE 

122.9* 21870 W 3RD ST 
02-3*— 1 1B-018 DONALD MENTONE 

502.90 2186* W 3RD ST 
02-3*-l 16-019 TERRY M AGONATH 

*3B.66 21856 W 3RD ST 
O2-3U12O-O09 MICHAEL L SMITH 

1.92.26 21851 W 2ND ST 
02-3V-120-O17 CHRISTOPHER T DAGENS 

289-7* 21769 W 2ND ST 
O2-3*-120-O25 TERRENCE W A RETA A EDWARDS 

*56.6* 21856 W 1ST ST 
02-3*-120-O33 CHRISTOPHER J A KATHRYH SIEDLECKI 

385.10 2178* W 1ST ST LAKE VILLA 600*6 

02-3*-120-03* CHRISTOPHER J * KATHRYN SIEDLECKI 

61 ,*7 21 768 W 1ST ST LAKE VILLA 6O0d6 

02-3*-301-412 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TN 83-193 

63*. 8d WOODHEAO DR 
O2-3*-30 1-015 VICTOR CI SAN 

*65-*2 GRAND AV 
02-3*-301-017 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 85-131 

317**2 CLAYTON AV 
02-35-2O*-OO7 HENRY P A MARGARET M KOICK 

1.091.08 *12 BRITTANY LN 
02-35-207-009 ROBERT L A MARILYN HALL 

6d 5. 55 *05 NORTHCATE RD 
02-35-208-018 JAMES B NCNERNEY 

633.00 BECK RO 
02-35-212-006 ALVAR LARSON 

680.*0 503 BECK RD 
02-35-212-008 ALVAR LARSON 

296.7* 215* NIGH POINT DR 
02-35-212-020 ALBERT P CHRISTINSIN 

*35.70 *21 RID ROCK DR 
02-35-212-021 ALBERT P CHRISTINSIN 

*35<70 *17 NIC ROCK DR 



LAKE VILLA 600d6 
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LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
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LAKE VILLA 600*6 
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LAKI VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
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DURNO 

LAKI VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600d6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKE VILLA 600d6 

LAKE VILLA 600d6 

LAKE VILLA 6O0d6 

LAKE VILLA 600*6 

LAKI VILLA 600*6 



LAKI VILLA 600*6 
LAKI VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINDENNURST 600*6 
LINOINNURST 600*6 
LINBINMURST 600** 
LINDENMURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 



02-35-212-029 ALVAR LARSON 

*56.I6 *01 RID ROCK DR 

02-35-212-030 ALVAR LARSON 

*56.l6 BECK RO 
02-35-213-003 DEBRA CHRISTINSIN 

9-56 2186 HIGH POINT DR 
02-35-213-011 LASILO A IVA KULCSAR 

660. dO 2258 HIGH POINT DR 
02-35-213-012 LASZLO A EVA KULCSAR 

680. dO 226d HIGH POINT DR 
O2-35-3OI-OI6 CHARLES J VRBA 

*38.01 310 HAZELWOOD OR 
02-35-305-001 DANA i DEBORAH HUDSON 

8.89 ELMWOOD DR 
02-35-306-008 GARRY P * JUDY A DAYTON 

820.88 116 FAIRFIELD RD 
02-35-306-015 GEORGE A MARCIA ALT 
775-18 tOO FAIRFIELD RO 
02-35-306-02 1 JERRY * PATRICIA STARON 

608.2* 106 N HAWTHORNE DR 
02-35-310-008 RICHARD F LEUKHARDT 
*92.66 103 WHITE OAK OR 
02-35-313-006 ROBERT A WEST 

d20.B6 170* FAIRFIELD RD 
O2-35-313-OO7 ROBERT A WEST 

*78.B1 1706 FAIRFIELD RD 
02-35-*01-051 MYCHAJLO I 50NJA KUJBIDA 

316.50 LAKE SHORE OR 
02-35-d0d-OO6 RUSSELL t BETTY LEHN 

2,006.20 2315 CARRIAGE LN 
02-35-*05-O25 EARL G GUTKE 

2.132.56 216 BECK RD 
02-35-d06-O22 THOBAS I ADELINE A KOHANECKY 

306.16 2019 E ROLLING RIDGE LN 
02-35-*OB-001 ROV E t EDITH CUNTHER 
256.66 210) 5PRUCEW00D LN 
02-35-d06-002 ROY E GUNTHER 

1.920.5* 2103 SPRUCEWOOD LN 
02-35-*09-OO2 1ST BANK OF DUNDEE TR 83-079 

679.20 2107 MEADOW OR 
02-35-*09-OIO PATRICIA MCCU1RE 

19.20 75 N W1TCHW0OD LH 
02-35-* 10-023 BRUCE D GARDNER 

128.33 2306 E ROLLING RIDGE LN 
02-36-101-019 ALVAR LARSON 

d7*.08 2*9* FOREST VIEW RO 
02-36-101-023 ROSCOE THORNE 

738.55 583 WHISPERING PINES RD 
02-36-101-02* WILLIAM E MARSH 

97*. *0 2*57 FOREST VIEW RD 
02-36-10 1-OdO ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.0B 577 WHITE BIRCH RD 
02-36-101-0*2 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 565 WHITE BIRCH RO 
02-36-101-061 ALVAR LARSON 

, *7*.0B 25*6 FOREST VIEW RO 
02-36-101-072 ERNE5T J MUELLER 

*7*.08 *19 WHISPERING PINES RD 
02-36-101-076 ALBERT P CHRISTENSEN 

237.O* 53* WHITE BIRCH RD 
02-36-101-081 ALBERT P CHRISTENSEN 

*7*.0B 533 WHITE BIRCH RO 
02-36-101-122 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 *75 FOREST VIEW RD 
02-36-101-123 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.06 2532 HERON DR 
02-36-101-125 LARITA SCHN1TT 

237.0* 2550 HERON DR 
02-36-101-136 U 5 HOME CORP 

500.3* dO I PHEASANT RIDGE CT 
02-36-IOI-UO DEBRA CHRISTENSEN 

526.60 2*99 TEAL RD 
02-36-102-022 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 *2* HERON DR 
02-36-103-O01 ALVAR. LARSON • 

*7*.0B 2*03 HIGH POINT DR 
02-36-103-OOd ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 *0* TEAL RO 
02-36-103-007 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 331 BECK RD 
02-36-103-012 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.08 2*56 GREAT OAK DR 
02-36-103-013 ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.0B 392 TEAL RD 
O2-36-3OI-OO* ALVAR LARSON 

*7*.0B 2*23 CHEAT OAK DR 
O2-36-3OI-OII JAMS W LEECH 
*7*.0B 2*26 MALLARD DR 



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LINDINHURST 600*6 
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LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 6O0d6 
LINOENHURST 600d6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINOENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINDINHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
LINDENHURST 600*6 
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PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 

O5-OI-IOO-OO5 VARO LHd72902 JOSEPH JUCHA 

d39.dO 37577 N LAKE SHORE DR 
O5-OI-IO3-OI5 WANDA SPYCHALA 

68. 2d 2558* W LEHMANN BLVD 
O5-OI-IO3-OI6 WANDA W SPYCHALA 

68.2* 25570 W LEHBAHH BLVD ' 
05-OI-IO6-OO5 WAYNE R t CAROL H JOHNSON 

651.62 37697 N DC LABY RO 
05-OI-HO-OO3 DONALD W I JOYCE L TRASKA 

2.dd6.6* 376*6 N LAKE SHORE DR 
05-OI-11O-O0* DONALD W t JOYCE L TRASKA 

357.6* 376*0 N LAKE SHORE DR 
O5-OI-III-OOI DONALD W L JOYCE L TRASKA 

272.26 376*1 N LAKE SHORE DR 
05-OI-III-OO2 DOHALD W t, JOYCE L TRASKA 

128.10 25662 W RASKA LN 
05-01-111-015 RICHARD A I NOREEN A DUOONES 

383.85 37593 n LAKE SHORE DR 
05-01-201-OOB CHARLES L EITHER 

1.599.*6 25*1* W COLUMBIA BAY DR 
O5-OI-20I-OO9 J CLARK C ETTNER 

3*5-76 25*06 W COLUMBIA BAY DR 
05-O1-203-OI* DANIEL W t JUDY E KALB 

*97.5* 37982 H HWY 59 
05-01-203-015 GEORGE L t MARTHA A SHAMBLIH 

155. *0 3797* N HWY 59 
05-01-20*-020 HARRIET W £ JOHN C MURPHY 
59. dB 25393 W CHESNEY DR 

05-01-30*-OI9 RUSSEL E PELLERIN 

*26.26 25537 W ARCADE DR SOUTH 
05-O1-30V-O20 RUSSELL E PELLERIN 

619. dd 37*53 N PARK LN WEST 
05-4)1-306-016 ANTHONY t LOTTIE SAVICKUS 

96.72 25653 W WACKER DR 
05-01-dOO-002 HOME SAVINGS OF AMERICA 

1,63d. 12 37265 N HWY 59 
05-Ol-*O2-Ol I LAND OFFICE CO 

*9.36 25272 W NEWBERRY LN 
05-01-*0*-010 RICHARD E I CATHY M HODINA 

121. dO 25323 W FA1RVIEW CIR 
05-O1-dOd-O25 WAYNE J A SHARON M MCNANUS 

5 3d. 6* 25199 W WAYSIDE PL 
05-0 l-*05-007 FISCAL CONTROLS TRUST 
89.58 25196 W WAYSIDE PL 
05-O1-*O6-01* EDWIN RINALTOSKI 

66.15 37371 N HILLSIDE DN 
05-01-AO6-02* DAVID LEI * VALERIE J NYRI 

603.20 37366 N HWY 59 
05-OI-*06-035 GEORGE A HOST 

*5.52 372** N HWY 59 
05-0 1 -* 10-018 JEAN M SMITH 

57.0* 252*1 W LINCOLN DR 
05-O1-*10-033 GEORGE * MARCIA ALT 

57.0* 25173 W LINCOLN DR 
05-OI-* IO-O58 CHESTER I t BETTY J WATKINS 

9*1.26 3709* N PIPER LN 
05-0I-411-O11 RALPH A CHARLENE MOBEHG 

89.58 25266 W TINIER LN 
05-01-*! 3-OO5 SIDNEY R CANARATA 

**.79 25303 W TIMER LN 
05-01-*! >-O0* SIDNEY N CANARATA 

89.58 25295 W TIMBER LN 
05-01-* 13-007 RLAAS A RUTH VANDERLIP 

832. 76 25283 W TIMBER LN 
06-OI-I07-001 GEORGE S JONES 

28*. 66 VALLEY DR 
06-O1-107-O20 IRENE E SCHWICHT 

153.08 201 BECK RO 
06-01-300-005 STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT 

II. 38 199*9 W GRAND AV 
06-01-301-035 ELOY A ELVA 5ALAZAR 

872.00 507 S DEERPATH DR 
06-01-301-052 KERRY A LORA HCMANAMA 

573-93 619 S DEERPATH DR 
06-02-100-006 WALTER C PI5K0RZ 

93.92 20800 W SAND LAKE 
O6-O2-IOO-OIO COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

2d.B8 20921 W GRAND AV 
O6-O2-IO2-O36 STELLA TAUCHAS 

5*8.78 GRAND AV 
06-02-) 10-008 DOLIN * HIRSCH 

31.70 375*5 N GRANADA BLVD 
06-02-110-009 DOLIN t HIRSCH 

31.70 37537 N GRANADA BLVD 
06-02-110-010 DOLIN A HIRSCH 

31.70 37525 N GRANADA BLVD 



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31.70 37519 N GRANADA BLVD 

06-02-110-023 RONALD F A PATRICIA H SERWA 
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06-02-1 IO-02d RONALD F I PATRICIA M SERWA 
d5.d2 37532 N COLUMBUS AV 

O6-O2-IIO-O3O DOLIN I HIR5CH 

31.70 37506 N COLUMBUS AV 

06-02-20 l-Odfe JAMES A « SUSAN MALONEY 
1.68*. 67 2206 RIDGELAND DR 

O6-O2-20*~006 ARTHUR W I THEODORA W CUDDLES 

797.55 2011 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-O2-20*-Old DAVID A A ELLEN J PERKOWITZ 

1,715.60 2109 FAIRFIELD RD 
O6-O2-206-OOI EUGENE LUCAS 

558.57 1915 BURR OAK LN 
06-02-206-003 BURR IE BEHM I ASSOCIATES 

38.11 2003 BURR OAK LN 
O6-O2-206-O33 GILBERT KRUEGER 

218.88 2012 WOODLANE DR 
06-02-209-031 GERALD T A RAELENE R DANMANN 

1,13d. 81 2021 WOODLANE DR 
06-02-2)0-002 GLENN L * LYNN A MOTT 

218.88 17* BECK RO 
06-02-212-002 D LAGER STROM K WHITE 

d90.2d 203 S BRIAR LN 
06-02-215-011 MARGARET ANN PADGETT 

726.53 306 BECK RD 
06-02-302-013 TOMMY H A PAMELA K MARASCO 

35-16 37377 N ANTONIO AV 
06-O2-302-0I* TOMMY H t PAMELA K MANASCO 

35.16 37369 N ANTONIO AV 
06-02-302-020 ROY A HAMEL 

3*. 17 37*38 N LORETTO AV 
06-02-302-O22 ROY A HAMEL 

*6.68 37*12 N LORETTO AV 
06-02-302-02* 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF CICERO TR 

186.56 3738* K LORETTO AV 
06-02-302-O25 TOMMY H A PAMELA K MANASCO 

365.6* 37376 N LORETTO AV 
O6-O2-302-026 TOMMY H A PAMELA K MANASCO 

35.16 37370 N LORETTO AV 
06-O2-30*-01* MILTON R BEUCK 

75.08 373*7 N PARMA AV 
06-02-30*-017 GREGORY J A OONNA J SNILTEN 

75.08 37*2* N CAPILLO AV 
06-02-305-003 DAVID A A KATHLEEN A ROGOWSKI 

*3.6l 20779 W VERONA AV 
06-02-305-00* DAVID A A KATHLEEN A ROGOWSKI 

* 8 1.39 20767 W VERONA AV 
06-02-312-015 ROBERT J HILTON 

68.3* 37336 N GRANADA 1LVD 
06-02-313-009 NANCY J 5CHR0EDER 

68.3* 20609 W SIENA DR 
06-02-313-010 NANCY J SCHROEDIR 

703.10 20597 W SIENA DR 
06-02-316-026 RICKY L A DIANE C SMITH 

3*. 17 37198 N LORETTO AV 



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06-02-316-028 RICKY L t DIANE C SltlTN 

3*. 17 37176 N LORETTO AV 
06-02-317-4101 DIMITRIOS VASSILIAOES 

671.40 20929 w san rem AV 
06-02-316-012 P COIUS L COMBS J ritr 

68. 3* 37>73 N PARMA AV 
06-02-3 1B-0 I 4 P CONIS L COMS J FRY 

159-60 37153 N FARM AV 
06-02-3 18-016 WILLI** W otHN 

552.05 37258 N CAPILLO AV 
O6-O2-32O-OO8 RORtRT L 
36.48 20621 
06-02-323-006 ALBERT f CHRISTENSEN 

68.3V 37195 N GRANADA ILVO 

06-02-323-010 ROIERT D 

3*i.*iS 37153 

06-02-323-017 ALBERT A 

34. 48 37085 

06-02-326-023 EDWARD SURROZ 

68. 3* 37I3*> N RIVIERA D* 
O6-02-32B-O25 ROGER MILLER 

663.92 20B3W V GENOA AV 
06-02-330-001 JAMS L NCCUNE 

42.97 37095 N CREMONA AV 
06-02-330-002 JAMS L NCCUNE 

87.22 37081 N CREMONA AV 
06-02-330-017 ANORIJA VILANJ 

43.61 20698 W GENOA AV 
O6-O2-J1O3-OO5 VIRGIL L A CAROLE LANINC 

BI7.6A 406 S THORNWOOD OR 
06-02-403-020 CHARLES SCHRIVER 

991.46 2400 S THORNWOOD OR 
06-02-406-018 DOLtN 4 HIRSCH 

68. 34 20483 W ROM NO AV 
O6-O2-406-OI9 D0L1N 4 HIRSCH 

34.48 20465 W ROMRO AV 
06-02-407-047 THOHAS J I CATHERINE A FEL1NCZAK 

275.52 2301 HONEYSUCKLE CT 
06-02-407-055 DIMITRIOS VASSILIAOES 

1.281.22 2310 GLENDALE CT 
06-O3-2OI-OO8 GEORGE F 4 NARY MYER 
335.15 37»2I N OOUGLAS LN 
06-03-303-014 DOLIN 4 HIRSCH 

34.48 21820 W MORTON OR 
06-04-100-020 JAMS R HYLANO 

364.36 305 BURNETT AV 
06-04-100-02 1 JANES R HYLANO 
.26 BURNETT AV 

WILL I AN H 4 BEVERLY H SWIDERSKI 
.86 GRAND AV 
06-04-104-007 RONALD 4 SUSAN COLES 

195.02 GRAND AV 
06-04-104-008 RONALD R 4 SUSAN A COLES 

1.633.56 315 E GRAND AV 
06-04-104-010 RONALD COLES 

908.68 22 S MILWAUKEE AV 
O6-04-IQ5-OI4 DAVID 4 MARSHA WIKENHEISER 
9)8.65 66 KEVIN AV 

06-04-111-006 AMR I CAN TRADESMN INC. 
285.58 67 COVENTRY COVE LN 
06-04-200-016 NICHOLAS J BALDASSANO 
I. 568.40 110 S MILWAUKEE AV 
06-04-200-030 NOHAMO E 4 JOAN NASR 
1,080.02 117 S MILWAUKEE AV 
06-04-202-002 MOHAMEO E 4 JOAN NASR 
1.050.44 201 S MILWAUKEE AV 
06-04-2 02-003 M NASR 

2,793-76 211 S MILWAUKEE AV 
06-04-205-004 nUNDELEIN SAVINGS 4 LOAN ASSN 

1.705.96 6 SHEEHAN DR 
06-O4-205-OO5 NUNDELEIN SAVINGS 4 LOAN ASSN 

452.94 8 SHEEHAN DR 
06-04-205-010 ALBERT P CHRISTENSEN 

452.94 IB SHEEHAN OR 
06-04-205-025 NUNDELEIN SAVINGS 4 LOAN ASSN 

4>52.94> 13 SHEEHAN OR 
06-04-205-030 MMDELEIN SAVINGS 4 LOAN 

452.94 23 SHEEHAN DR 
06-04-205-036 NUNDELEIN SAVINGS 4 LOAN ASSN 

652.96 35 SHEEHAN DR 
06-04-206-009 AR-KAY BUILDERS NUDI KURZENBERGER. INC 



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330.56 22 MONICA DR 
06-O4-2Q6-O13 LEECH-BRIDGES. INC. 

165.28 31 CREMIN DR 
O6-04-4O1-OO3 WILLIAM H ( MARY L BEITZEL 

32.78 37070 N TERRY OR WEST 
06-O4-401-OO4 WILLIAM M 4 MARY L BIETZEL 

46.31 37058 N TERRY DR WEST 
06-04-401-OO5 WILLIAM « 4 MARY L BEITZEL 

'•89.52 37044 N TERRY DR WEST 
06-04-404-004 BETTY E BRUMS 

38.89 37047 N GEORGE CT 
06-04-405-006 HARK A l RQSEMARIE A JONES 

77.78 37084 N JAMES DR 
06-04-405-008 HARK A 4 ROSEMARIE A JONES 

403-36 3705B H JAMES DR 
06-04-406-002 GARY W FOSTER 

92.62 37035 N TERRY OR WEST 
06-04-406-003 MARTIN T PAOJEH 

'•6.31 22357 W TERRY OR NORTH 
06-04-406-004 MARTIN T PAOJEN 

46.3» 223>.9 W TERRY DR NORTH 
06-04-406-013 THOHAS 4 PATRICIA HALL 

470.94 22225 W TERRY DR NORTH 
06-05-201-108 WILLIAM J BURNS 

141.93 130 OAKWOOO AV 
06-05-201-109 LESTER SZLENDAK 

39.77 OAKWOOD AV 
06-05-202-030 JOHN E CALAMARI 
59.4-6 OAK KNOLL DR 
06-05-202-031 JOHN E CALAMARI 
59.46 OAK KNOLL OR 
06-O5-202-032 JOHN E CALAMARI 
59-46 OAK KNOLL DR 
06-05-202-046 JUDITH L LAWRENCE 
2.155.50 BURNETT AV 
06-06-202-004 EDWIN A 4 DORIS N OLSEN 
915.42 37761 N FAIRFIELD RD 
06-06-202-005 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #520B 

304.14 24270 W SAXONY DR LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-06-202-006 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST Tft #5208 

304.14 24238 W SAXONY DR LAKE VILLA 60046 

O6-O6-2O2-OO8 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24188 W SAXONY OR LAKE VILLA 60046 

O6-O6-202-OIO 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24132 W HAIDI LN LAKE VILLA 60046 

O6-O6-202-OI5 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24032 W HAIDI LN LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-06-202-020 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5206 

304.14 24037 W HAIDI LN LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-06-202-023 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24044 W SAXONY DR LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-O6-202-O24 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24020 W SAXONY DR LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-06-203-001 1ST NATIONAL IANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 

304.14 24277 V SAXONY DR LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-06-203-004 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR #5208 * 



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06-07-200-006 ROBERT W 4 PATRICIA A PAQUETTE 

8B3. 15 26204 W MONAVILLE ID 
06-07-202-006 WILLIAM M 4 SHIRLEY HENSLEY 

782.01 36967 N FAIRFIELD RD 
06-07-202-007 CARL T S JACQUELINE A CENG 

191.36 26390 W MONAVILLE RD 
O6-O7-202-OO9 ROLAND VANOVERIEKE 

1.756.16 26618 W MONAVILLE RD 
06-07-300-009 WILLIAM F 4 CATHY A GERKEN 

265.27 36238 N EA6LE CT 
06-07-303-008 ROIERT R 4 ffOREEN C GOOD 

295. IB 26876 W CRAITREE LN 
06-07-303-019 FUST AMERICAN IANK OF IENSENVILLE TR 76-266 

295. IB 24864 W CEDARWOOD LN INGLES IDE 60041 
06-08-200-010 JANET E BARRETT 

1.015.65 207 W MONAVILLE RD LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-09-100-01 1-0021 PAUL W BRANDEL 

70.63 22605 W MONAVILLE RD ROUND LAKE IEACH 60073 
06-09-20 1-020 AZLE CHURCH OF CHRIST 

36.48 22307 W TERRY OR SOUTH 
O6-O9-202-OO5 MARTIN 4 KAREN R PAOJEN 

689.36 22356 W MORTON DR 
O6-O9-202-OO6 MARTIN 6 KAREN PAD JEN 
66.31 22330 W MORTON. OR 
O6-O9-202-OO7 MARTIN T PADJEN 

46.31 22326 W MORTON DR 
06-O9-206-O14 DAVID E t PAULETTE A MYNIHAH 

66.31 36863 N TERRY DR EAST 
O6-09-206-OI5 DAVID E 6 PAULETTE A MVN1HAH 
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92.62 36948 N MWY 83 
06-09-206-020 ELMR 6 RUIY L REA 

34. 4B 36938 N HWY 83 
06-09-206-016 8 JASTER T ROBERTS 

77-78 36962 N JAMES DR 
O6-O9-206-OI5 I JASTER T ROBERTS 

609.9O 36956 N JANES OR 
06-09-206-016 I JASTER T ROM NTS 

161.92 36966 N JAMS DR 
06-09-208-005 FRANK CNIODO 

77.78 22075 W ENCLE DR 
06-IO-102-O01 J. PHILIP I OORIS M 

38.89 36989 N MARY DR 
06-10-102-002 J. PHILIP 6 OORIS M 

653.37 36971 N MARY DR 
06-10-107-008 CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST CO TR HIL 

336.66 36855 N ELIZABETH OR 
06-10-110-016 JOSE E 6 AURORA PAION 

63.27 21536 W ENGLE DR 
06-10-110-015 JOSE E 6 AURORA PAION 

63.27 21526 W ENGLE OR 
O6-IO-IM-OI2 All GAIL D LAWRENCE 

63.27 21976 W SARAH DR 
06-10-118-003 RICHARD 6 OARLENE HANSEN 

86.54 21771 W SARAH DR 
06-10-118-004 FORESTER IRASHEAR 

86.54 21759 W SARAH DR 
06-10-118-005 MAURICE GASPERINI 

529.62 36731 N LAWRENCE DR 
06-10-125-010 VICTOR E A MARY E ROJEK 

250.38 36535 N MARILYN LN 
06-10-201-001 SAMUEL IRANOMAN 

36. 6B 36991 N NORMANDY AV 
06-10-20I-O23 DAVID G 4 SHARON A DUNBAR 

43.27 21382 W MURINE DR 
06-10-201-026 DAVID G 4 SHARON A DUNBAR 

529.76 21370 W MAURINE DR 
06-10-201-031 SAMUEL BRANDNAN 

18.28 36975 N NORMANDY AV 
06-1O-201-O32 SAMUEL IRAHDNAN 

53-62 36963 N NORMANDY AV 
06-10-202-019 JAMES A A JANET SCHARNELL 

63.27 36946 NATHAN HALE DR NORTH 
06-10-202-020 JAMES A SCHARNELL 

63.27 36938 NATHAN HALE OR NORTH 
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304.14 24199 W SAXONY DR 
06-06-203-013 FRANK R 4 CHRISTINE W ANGELOS 

8)6.67 26272 W ALPINE CT 
06-06-203-015 DEVON BANK TR 5<53 

304.14 24237 W ALPINE CT 
06-07-103-001 ANDREW PECORARO 

566.07 36880 N WESTMOOR AV 



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06-IO-206-OO8 ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS AFFAI 

1.027.74 21478 W ENGLE DR 
06-10-209-004 CAROL A LA FORGE 

34.48 21453 W ENGLE DR 
06-10-209-005 CAROL LA FORGE 

34.48 21445 W ENCLE DR 
06-10-209-006 JOHN 4 CAROL A LA FORGE 

899.26 21637 W ENGLE DR 

06-10-212-015 DANIEL F 4 JOAN D CREEDON 

117.64 36667 N WILOWOOO DR 
06-1O-212-O28 MEYER 4 BARBARA FINKELSTEIN 

339.61 36698 NATHAN HALE DR NORTH 
06-10-212-029 MEYER 4 BARBARA FINKELSTEIN 

58.82 36686 NATHAN HALE DR NORTH 
O6-IO-2I5-OO3 K SURROZ E SURROZ 

86.54 21471 W HONEY LN 
06-10-215-008 OAMON H 4 DIANE S DEPREE 

640.15 21413 W HONEY LN 
O6-IO-215-OO9 DAMON K 4 DIANE S DEPREE 

81.15 21397 W HONEY LN 
06-10-215-413 JOE F t DORIS E CORDER 

496.85 21470 W NIELSON DR 
06-10-2 1B-0 14 ROBERT L CROWN 

86.54 36602 N HILDA LN 
06-10-218-015 ROBERT L CROWN 

613. 88 36590 N HILDA LN 
06-10-221-012 ROBERT L MUMMER 

86. 54 21326 W PARK DR 
06-10-221-013 ROBERT L MUMMER 

86.54 21314 W PARK DR 
06-10-221-014 ROBERT L MUMMER 

625.40 21302 W PARK DR 
06-10-221-015 ROBERT L MUMMER 

175. 78 21290 W PARK DR 
06-10-221-020 HERBERT J RYAN 

86.54 36516 N OAKWOOD OR 
06-10-30I-O05 CHARLES 6 ANITA PACHECO 

86,54 36451 N JAMS CT 
O6-IO-303-OO3 RITO SAUCEDO y 

B3.B6 21859 W PARK DR 
O6-IO-303-OO6 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARR1NGT0H TR 11-3566 

279.21 21839 W PARK OR LAKE VILLA 60046 

06-10-400-002 JAMES RIX 

2,444.39 36338 N WILDWOOD DR 
06-11-101-101 DOLIN 4 HIRSCH 

36.68 3676 1 N FOREST AV 
06-11-101-107 DOLIN 4 HIRSCH 

77.10 36659 N FOREST AV 
06-11-101-108 DOLIN 4 HIRSCH 

36. 4B 20519 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-11-103-002 JOHN E LAMONT 

262.50 36963 N CORONA DR 
06-1 1-104-003 ROBERT J KERN 

357-32 36911 N CORONA OR 
06-11-105-001 DOLIN 4 HIRSCH 

J4.48 36717 N PRAIRIE VIEW DR 
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1.031.60 19699 W GRAND AV LAK[ V m, a L 00kf . 

06-12-400-002 RUTH M DICK 

2.713.70 19666 W GRAND AV LWI VILU ^j 

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I, Jack L. Andr-raon, hereby certify that I aa County Treasurer 
end Cx-offlclo County Collector of the County of Lake. In the Stite of 
tlllnots, and ■■ such the keeper of lha record, of said office end that 
the foregoing li a Hit of delinquent landt end lot* upon which tenet 
renaln unpaid end due for the yea/ or yeera 1910 through 191} both 
Inclusive, together with llw owner's rum, If known, and lha aaaount of 
tan due thereon. 



Dated at Wauke|an, Lake County, Illlnoli thla 6lh day of 
Novenber, A.D. 1916. 



a^JACK L. AMCRS'Jtt 
COtXTY TREASURER AM) 

Ex-orncio county collector 



U86B.U9.LV 
November 13, 1966 



STATE OF ILLINOIS J 

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COWTY OT LAKE 1 



Public notice It hereby given that I, Jack L. Andereon, County 
Treaaurer and Ei-Offlcto County Collector of Lake County. In the State 
aforesaid will apply to the Circuit Court of aald County on Tueaday. lha 
2Jlh day of Koveabe'r, A.D. 1916, for Judtaaant filing the cornet aaount of 
any tea. paid under prolate and for Judgement *i*init the lenda end Iota 
■•ntioned and described In the following Hat of delinquent lenda and let* 
for the general taiae for the yeere 1910 through 19IJ both inclusive, to* 
tether with Interest, penalties, end coata due severally thereon end for 
teiee, drainage and apeciet aaeaaaaents due for the yeera 1914 through 19IS 
both inclusive together with Intaraat, penaltiee end coat* due aeverelly 
thereon, and for *n order to aell aald land* and lota for aatlafactlon 
thereof. Public notice la elao hereby given that on the flrat Monday of 
Decanter, 1916, to wltl on the let day of Deceabor, A.D. 1916, all the 
lenda and lota for che tele of which an order ahell be ateo*, will be ecpoeed 
to public tale In the building where aeld Circuit Court la held In aald 
Countv In the Court Home In Vaukegan, In aald County for the aaount of 
taiea, apeclel tales, drainage, apeclal aaaeaaaanta, tnlereat, penalties 
and coata due severally thereon, eicept auch ea ahall have been paid at 
aald Una of aela. Said aale ahell cooaaence at 9 o'clock A.H. Central Tie*, 
on Hondev the lat day of December, A.D, 1916, and to continue froa day to 
day until the saae ahall be coapleted and If for any causa auch Judgeeasnl 
ahall not be rendered on the aald Uth day of Kaveabar, A.D. 1916, then 
auch aale will be evade on the flrat Monday after auch Judgeaant ahall be 
rendered coaeeenclng at 9 o'clock In the forenoon of evert flrat Honday, 

Coata on eech tract or deter Iptlon of land three Jo liar it on each lot 
or deacrlplion of lot threr doliara. Alto Interest at the rate of one end 
onr lualf per cent per oonlh wilt be added efler June 2. 1916, on the flrat 
Imminent and one and one half per cent per Month on the second Immi- 
nent after Sepleaber 2, 1916. 

Those taxpayers who have prevloualy coaplled with Section 19* of the 
Revenue Act of 1939 by paying under protest both Installments of their 19IS 
real property taxes nay file with the Clerk of the Lake County Circuit 
Court any objections which they may have to the eforeaald application for 
Jud|eeamt. All objection* filed auat coatplv with requlreoanll of Sections 
191 and ZM of the Revenue Act of 1919. 

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09-04-100-014 FRITZSCHE IND PARK, INC. 

1,929.62 31B15 N OARRELL RD 
09-04-101-004 LUCRETIA IUR0 

23.37 28977 W HVY 120 
09-04-101-029 THERESA RICK 

297.86 3*862 N DARRELL RD 
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66.76 31602 N HILLSIDE DR 
09-04-105-010 COUNTY OF LAKE 

66.76 31798 N HILLSIDE DR 
09-04-105-011 COUNTY OF LAKE 

66.76 31792 N HILLSIDE DR 
09-04-106-021 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

66.76 31773 N HILLSIDE DR 
09-04-106-022 RICHARD D IERK0WSK1 

66.76 31769 N HILLSIDE DR 
09-04-106-023 CHAR LI 5 4 DLL OE FRANCO 

46.76 31765 N HILLSIDE OR 
09-04-106-024 CHARLES 4 LILLIAN DEFRANCO 

23.66 31761 N HILLSIDE DR 
O9-06-IO6-037 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

46.76 31786 N ALAMEDA DR 
09-06-106-038 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

66.76 31780 N ALAMEDA DR 
O9-O6-IO6-039 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

66.74 31778 N ALAMEDA OR 
09-04-106-060 RICHARD BERKOWSKI 

66.76 31776 N ALAMEDA OR 
O9-O6-IO6-O6 1 RICHARD BERKOWSKI 

66.76 31772 N ALAMEDA DR 
09-04-106-042 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

46.76 ))?68 N ALAMEDA DR 
09-04-106-063 RICHARD D BERKOWSKI 

66.74 31764 N ALAMEDA OR 

09-04-107-010 MARK J 6 

23.37 31610 

09-04-I07-O1I MACK J 4 

23.37 31800 

O9-O4-IO7-OI2 MARK J 4 SHARON L ZEFFERY 

268.22 31790 N DARRELL RO 
09-O6-200-002-001I ROBERT R KRILICH 

161.53 W HVY 120 
09-10-400-008-0021 LEO E CILFOY 

17.62 30100 N HWY 12 
O9-II-2OO-OOI-OO2I CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

106.03 32201 N GILMER RD NOUNO LAKE 60073 
09-11-200-003-0010 CHICAGO TITLE 6 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

593<60 30789 N FISH LAKE RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
O9-U-2OO-OO3-O0U CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

102.85 30789 N FISH LAKE RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
O9-U-2OO-OO6-OO2I CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

65. 6B 30700 N FISH LAKE RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
09-11-200-007-0010 CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

633.18 30615 N FISH LAKE RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
O9-U-2OO-OO7-OOII CHICAGO TITLE * TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

176.89 30615 N FISH LAKE RD ROUND LAKE 60073 

O9-H-3OO-OO3-OO2I CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

197.79 30250 N CALLAHAN RD MUND LAKE 60073 
09-1I-30O-006-O021 CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

106.80 30260 N CALLAHAN RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
O9-II-6OO-OO2-OOIO CHICAGO TITLE 6 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

609.12 30248 N CALLAHAN RO ROUND LAKE 60073 
09-11-400-002-0011 CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

217. IB 30268 N CALLAHAN RD ROUND LAKE 40073 
09-12-100-001-O02I CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

IO6.8O 31235 N GILMER RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
09-12-IOO-O05-OO2I CHICAGO TITLE 6 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

106. BO 31265 N GILMER RD ROUND LAKE 60073 
09-12-300-002-0021 CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

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29097 N GARLAND RD 
09-IJ-1.00-O05-O0II GEORGE t PAMELA J HIGGINS 

268.02 29586 K GOSSELL RD . 
09-14- 1 00-001-0021 CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST COMPANY TR 10-50126 

213.60 29999 N HWY 12 ROUND LAKE 60073 

09-14-400-O11-O01O m l WIS JOSEPH V CHESEK 

899.39 29226 N CALLAHAN RD 
09-14-400-O 1 1-0011 MR l MRS JOSEPH V CHESEK 

, 15. 81 ■' 29226 N CALLAHAN RD 

09-15-lOO-OOS-OOlO MARILYN N DAEMICKE 

I,li69.76 27645 W CASE RD 

O9-I5-IOO-OO8-OOII MARILYN N DAEMICKE 

259.63 276li5 W CASE RD 

O9-I5-2OO-OI3-OO2I LEO E GILFOY 

" 6O.96 . 27370 W CASE RD 
09-I6-300-OO2-O0IO ALAN G SMITH 

2,616.68 28766 W BURNETT RD 
O9-I6-3OO-OO2-OOII ALAN G SMITH 

741.44 28766 W BURNETT RD 
09-I6-30O-OO3-OO2I ALAN G SMITH 

59.36 2 8700 W BURNETT RO 
O9-I6-3OO-OO6-OO2I ALAN G SMITH 

59.36 28728 W BURNETT RD 
09-16-300-009 VALDI5 4 MARYANNE LEGZD1N5 

618.77 28524 W BURNETT RD 
O9-I6-3OO-OI5-OO2I ALAN G SMITH 

34.04 28760 W BURNETT RD 
09-21-102-025 JERRY t VICTORIA DELAURENTIS 

86.86 NORTHERN TER 
09-21-102-026 JERRY A VICTORIA DELAURENTIS 

969.2h 230 E NORTHERN TER 
09-21-103-012 DENNIS W PATTEY 
1,580.28 NORTHERN CT 
09-21-103-026 MARVIN P DEINLEIN 

209.38 FERN OR 
09-21-103-029 JAMES S i LORI A SANDOCK 

7*8. 83 302 CHANNEL DR 
09-21-103-058 BARBARA J DALE » 

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106-001 JOSEPH ARQU I LLA 

58.18 POPLAR DR 
IO6-OI3 ALAN G SMITH 

951.42 3216 POPLAR OR 
107-014 MARLENE FRITZ 

116,36 FERN DR 
110-015 JAMES F CEITHAML 

139.60 CHANNEL DR 
114-006 STEVEN A TRACY WEST 

1,380.54 415 CHANNEL DR 
118-007 BENJAMIN CNMIELEWSKI 

949.72 3408 EASTWAY DR 
H8-OO8 BENJAMIN B CHMIELEWSKI 

195.44 EASTWAY DR 
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502.04 3405 WOODLAND CIR NORTH 
118-054 JOHN NADER 

195-44 GREENLEAF AV 
119-027 WAYNE W A JUDITH WAGNER 

675.95 3413 MIDGE RD 
II9-O3I FAITH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

195-44 RIDGE RD 
119-033 GLEN A SUSAN CARLSON 

1.582.20 3507 RIDGE RD 
119-034 CLEN A SUSAN CARLSON 

195.44 RIDGE RD 
200-018-0021 LYLE W A LOUISE MATTHEWS 

9.59 BURNETT RD 
302-004 WALTER A KATALIN SZEPESI 

598.14 3609 BRIERHILL DR 
302-O05 WALTER A KATALIN SZEPESI 

53.13 BRIERHILL DR 
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137.36 120 SOUTH SHORE DR 
-3O2-O74 FRANCIS M GAUGHAN 

150.46 220 FAIRFIELD DR 
-307-001 WILLIAM G SCHUBERT 

260.53 SOUTH, SHORE DR 
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131.06 FAIRFIELD DR 
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273.89 3714 EASTWAY DR 
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126.36 FAIRFIELD OR 
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286.14 CLOVER RD 
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73.65 EASTWAY DR 



09-21-315-027 JAMES A UNO* BORN 

149.75 JUNIPER RD 
O9-2I-315-O33 JAMES A LINDA BORN 

149.75 JUNIPER RD 
09-21-315*034 LEONARD W ROWE 

99.26 JUNIPER RD 
09-21-316-007 RICHARD E VIV1RIT0 

65.53 SOUTHERN TER 
O9-2I-3I8-O3I KENNETH W A PATRICIA PASCHKE 

65.53 414 ARBOR RD 
O9-2I-32O-OO7 CAROL L B0OS1NGER 

.131.06 AMOR RD 
09-21-404-006 JAMES M I CAROLE POTTS 

2.309.20 28326 N HIGH VIEW RD 
09-23-102-024 HYDRA CORP 

291.04 HOLLOW HILL DR 
09-23-102-025 VILLAGE OF WAUCONDA 
36.44 HOLLOW HILL OR 
09-23-103-002 KEVIN M t LYNDA J LINSKY 

714.47 HOLLOW HILL DR 
O9-23-3OO-O2B EDWARD K t JULIET S RIM 

1.551-58 HWY 12 
09-23-302-014 CHARLES F A ELIZABETH A SMITH 

1,172.74 1090 LARKDALE ROW 
09-23-302-020 WILLIAM I A MARY R LIRSCH 

650.04 1030 LARKDALE ROW 
09-23-304-008 WAUCONDA NATIONAL RANK TR 77- 

6.552.72 MAIN ST 
09-23-305-049 RANDALL P » KAREN 60SELL 

• 581.63 650 BRIAR RD 
09-23-306-008 MR A MRS BILLY L CRUTCHFIELD 

598.36 660 LAUREL AV 
O9-23-4OI-OO9 GRANTHAM EKAVATING . 

22.63 28307 N HWY 59 
09-23-402-003 AMERICAN NATIONAL IK A TR CO 

957.00 ft* IN ST 
09-23-402-004 AMERICAN NATIONAL OK A TR CO 

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09-23-402-007 AMERICAN NATIONAL BK A TR CO OF CHICAGO TR 63173 
957.00 MAIN ST WAUCONDA 60084 

O9-23-403-OO3 KATZ KARACIC I HELMIN 6643 

' 565.30 28174 H MAIN ST WAUCONDA 60084 

09-24-100-001 WAUCONDA SAND A GRAVEL 

7,786.30 1206 GARLAND RD WAUCONDA 60084 

09-24-100-009 FIRST NATL BK A TR CO OF BARRINGTON TR 11-3548 

2,008.14 28965 H GARLAND RD WAUCONDA 60084 

09-24-102-004 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 79-119 

803.83 1205 GARLAND RD 
09-24-102-005 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 79-119 

296.56 GARLAND RD 
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75.27 28785 N MADISON AV 
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129.24 2B724 N MONROE AV 
09-24-204-016 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-158 

129.24 28728 N MONROE AV 
09-24-205-019 MR A MRS JOHN DICKSON 

674.71 28585 N HARRISON. AV 
09-24-206-010 GREGORY G A HILDA H ALLBRITTOH 

35.74 28641 N WASHINGTON AV 
.09-24-206-027 HENRY R A PENELOPE WIORA 

150.54 28614 N MONROE AV 
09-24-206-028 HENRY R A PENELOPE WIORA 

1,700.08 28606 N MONROE AV 
09-24-209-029 ROBERT RULEY 

113.08 25215 W LAKE 
09-24-300-026 ANNE C MCGUIRE 

12.70 28080 N LAKE 
09-24-300-036 AUGUST BERGER 

13.08 WASHINGTON AV 
09-24-301-017 BRIAN F ELK INS 

177.58 NORTH SHORE DR 
09-24-301-026 DEWITT C A LOUANNA HAYWOOD 

669.69 1117 BARBARA LN 
09-24-304-004 JOSEPH ARQU I LLA 

88.79 NANCY CT 
09-24-308-004 RONALD F ESSIG 

223.37 26223 N GARLAND RD 
09-24-308-OO6 PETER N TORTORICE 

831.42 28231 N GARLAND RD 
09-24-309-015 ANNE C MCGUIRE 

.69 28083 N WINDING LANE AV 
09-24-309-016 ANNE C MCGUIRE 

.69 28077 N WINDING LANE AV 
O9-24-309-OI7 ANNE C MCGUIRE 

.69 28069 N WINDING LANE AV 
09-24-309-056 GEORGE J A NEYA M WEYMER 

504.12 28003 N LAKE DR 
09-24-309-075 MARK FULTON 

277.27 28l6l N HICKORY LN 
09-24-310-001 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK TR A1 

652.51 25931 41 CARY PLAZA 
09-24-310-010 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 78-207 

93.44 25922 W PLEASANT VIEW AV 
09-24-310-011 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 78-207 

93.44 25916 W PLEASANT VIEW AV 
09-24-310-012 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 78-207 

93.44 25906 W PLEASANT VIEW AV 
09-24-312-021 WILLIAM COOPER 

139.71 28036 N WINDING LANE AV 
09-24-31 2-024 HERBERT J GRAMSE 

48.75 28016 N WINDING LANE AV 
09-24-401-017 CAROL TORTORICE 

165.94 MADISON AV 
09-24-404-OO6 CHARLES W A JACQUELINE P MILTON 

82,97 ADAMS AV 
09-24-407-O06 DOROTHY L SCHULTZ 

165.94 BONNER RD 
O9-24-407-OO7 DOROTHY L SCHULTZ 

82.97 BONNER RD 
09-24-408-004 DAVID G KRETSCH 
82.97 VAN BUREN AV 
09-24-408-005 DAVID A ELLEN KRETSCN 
533.89 1102 VAN BUREN AV 
09-24-409-014 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-101 

1.141.44 111 GRANT PL 
09-24-41 1-003 RAYMOND E OUNN 

82.97 EDWARD PL 
09-24-412-003 ROGER SYDELL 

82.97 WASHINGTON AV 
09-24-412-004 ROGER SYDELL 

82.97 WASHINGTON AV 
09-24-412-005 ROGER SYDELL 

82.97 WASHINGTON AV 
09-24-415-006 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 79-107 

1,297:18 HARRISON AV 
09-24-419-O07 DONNA K MITCHELL 

613.29 SHERIDAN DR 
09-24-422-002 LERDV H A JOANNE F POST 

88.79 JACKSON AV , 
09-24-422-003 SAMUEL R SPERO 
8B.79 JACKSON AV 
09-24-422-O14 NELSON 

553.10 921 MADISON AV 
09-24-422-022 JOSEPH ARQU I LLA 

571.44 901 MADISON AV 
09-24-422-026 JOAN D JOHNSON 
203.80 WOODLAND RD 
09-24-429-014 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 76-109 

2,150.90 709 RIOGE AV 
09-25-104-060' JAMES E WHITEHEAD 

5.63 27990 N HICKORY LN 
09-25-202-008 GILBERT A NORMA HAY 

775-82 LAKE ST 
09-25-202-011 NORMA A GILBERT MAY 

1,473.30 415 LAKE ST 
09-25-202-012 GILBERT A NORMA HAY 

706.66 411 LAKE ST 
09.25-203)-OO2 TOWNSEND J TOWNSEND D ZOEPHEL 

498.52 502 LAKE SHORE 91 VD 
O9-25-2O5-OO8 WILLIAM A BARBARA SCHULTZ 

' 799.10 420 LAKE SHORE BLVD 
09-25-206-012 DAVID A SANDRA WOJDAKOWSKI 

- 498.70 406 CLEARV1EW AV 
09-25-207-OI7 ROBERT T A SHERYL A HQNAN 

255.98 415 WOODLAND AV 
09-25-207-O IB ROBERT T A SHERYL A HONAN 

107.36 WOODLAND AV 
09-25-208-002 WILLIAM R WOKERSIN 
363.16 416 WOODLAND AV 
09-25-301-006 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 80-128 

1,196.08 135 E HILL ST 
09-25-301-009 CHICAGO TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY 

120.84 LIBERTY ST 
09-25-3OI-O6I RICHARD W PRINCE 

1,396.62 E MILL ST 
09-25-304-O12 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 76-130 

1.097.78 620 E LIBERTY ST 
09-25-304-028 JOHN R A SUSAN K HILLYN 

224.92 559 KIMBALL AV 
09-25-309-019 WHEELING TRUST A SAVINGS BANK TR 

130.43 MAIN ST 
09-25-305-020 WHEELING TRUST A SAVINGS BANK TR 

763-93 409 S MAIN ST 
09-25-309-023 DAVID KRU6ER 

24.41 427 S MAIN ST 
09-25-311-O12 ROBERT fi S CHINA 

56.54 25585 W LAXtVIEW AV 
O9-25-312-O25 BIRNARB OARTNICK 

1J93.98 25519 U WILSON AV 



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WAUCONDA 600B4 
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WAUCONOA 60084 

206 
WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60064 
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WAUCONDA 600B4 
WAUCONOA 60084 
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WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
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WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

O9-25-312-O27 BERNARD L BARTNICK . 
57.12 25529 W WILSON AV 
09-25-400-006 MARILYN J BECKER 

578.22 802 E LIBERTY ST 
09-35-400-008 FORD CITY BANK I TRUST CO Tfi 3899 

2,671,52 HWY 176 
09-25-400-010 FORO CITY BANK A TRUST CO TR 3899 

472. 38 HWY 176 
09-25-400-037 FORD CITY BANK A TRUST CO TR 3899 

211.08 HWY 176 
O9-26-IOI-O53 DANA W A R05EMARY M CZACH 

703.15 6B6 CRESCENT TER 
09-2 6- 106-0 II HOWARD E SCHULTZ 
1,233-16 638 WALNUT RD 
O9-26-IO8-O27 MICHAEL T HA.MM 

512.87 370 OAKWOOO RD 
09-26-204-004 EUGENE A PAMELA ZIPPRICH 

224.92 NORTH AV 
09-26-204-008- COUNTY OF LAKE 

382.10 133 NORTH AV 
09-26-204-021 TIMOTHY L STONE 

467.01 113 ROOSEVELT AV 
O9-26-204-O3O DENNIS A A NORMA L FORD 

865.66 116 ROOSEVELT AV 
09-26-204-149 JOHN T RAKOW 

948.98 NORTH AV 
O9-26-2O6-OO6 R WITT M WITT 

448.44 321 LEWIS AV 
09-26-301-017 AETNA STATE BANK TR 10-2 882 

202.50 27420 N LARKDALE ROW 
09-26-400-003 MARION L HEFNER 

287.13 SLOCUM LAKE RO 
09-26-400-004 MARION L HEFNER 

287.13 SLOCUM LAKE RD 
09-26-400-006 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 1201 

4B.06 SLOCUM LAKE RD 
O9-26-4Q0-OO7 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

5.948.21 109 BANGS ST 
09-26-402-015 OAVID J A JANE C WHITNEY 

I. 121. 85 HUBBARD ST 
09-26-403-028 MELVIN T BLAUROCK 

17.40 MURPHY ST 
O9-26-403-O29 MELVIN F BLAUROCK 

3.15 MURPHY ST 
09-26-403-030 MELVIN F BLAUROCK 
3.I5 MURPHY ST 



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533 



533 



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WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 6O0B4 
WAUCONDA 60OB4 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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09-26-407-012 

479 

09-26-407-036 

2,020. 

09-26-410-001 

2,657- 
09-26-410-005 

93. 
09-26-411-001 

387- 
09-26-416-008 
1.156. 
09-26-417-012 
410. 
09-26-417-013 
2.395. 
09-26-417-014 
391. 
09-26-418-005 

757- 

09-26-422-001 

1,814. 

09-26-422-014 

730. 

09-27-100-005 

11 

09-27-1 00-008 

II 

09-27-200-017 

26 

09-27-200-033 

1.390 

09-27-300-028 

It 

O9-27-40O-OO5 

916 

09-27-400-009 

. 97 

09-27-401-004 

242 

05-28-IOO-O3O 

107 

09-28- 1 00-05 1 

2.76B 

09-28-102-003 

122 

O9-26-IO2-OO7 

51 

09-28-I 02-008 

434 

09-26-102-009 

51 

09-28-103-015 

329 

O9-28-IO3-O2O 

349 

09-28-103-044 

102 



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WAUCONDA 600B4 



THOMAS H MURPHY 

66 110 SLOCUM LAKE RD 

MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 1201 

32 117 MAIN ST 

D H KIRWAN 

74 339 S MAIN ST 

D M KIRWAN 

88 S MAIN ST 

JACK L WITT 

70 221 CHURCH ST 

JOSEPH M MUNSON 

68 355 BANGS 5T 

WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COMPANY TR 82-110 

42 MILL ST WAUCONDA 600B4 

WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COMPANY TR 82-110 

04 345 W MILL ST WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COMPANY TR 82-110 

56 MILL ST WAUCONDA 600B4 

CATHOLIC BISHOP OF CHICAGO 

62 LIBERTY ST WAUCONDA 60084 

W POTTER A SONS INC 

67 400 W LIBERTY ST WAUCONDA 60084 

K POETSCH 

11 333 BARRINGTON RD WAUCONDA 600B4 

STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 
.52 27910 W HWY 176 WAUCONDA 60OB4 

STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 
.52 27915 W HWY 173 WAUCONDA 60054 

ROLAND H A D I ANNE C LUEOER 
.52 27506 N FOREST GARDEN RD WAUCONDA 60084 

DONALD T WEST 
•94 27577 N FOREST GARDEN RD WAUCONDA 60084 

STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 



52 27449 N DARRELL RO 

LILLIAN J KREFFT 
.20 27284 W HWY 1 76 
.ROLAND H A D I ANNE C LUEOER 
.50 27250 W HWY 176 

WINSTON PRATT 
.24 27281 W HVY 176 

JOHN G A JEAN H PETERS 
.86 27783 N BEECH ST 

F A MC CARLIN 
.12 W ROBERTS RD 

GREGORY KROL 
.27 27625 N HICKORY ST 

BRIAN S A TERRY ANN DEACON 
.04 27740 N WALNUT ST 

BRIAN S A TERRY ANN DEACON 
.04 27732 N WALNUT ST 

BRIAN S A TERRY ANN DEACON 
.04 27724 N WALNUT ST 

GLEN H A LUCILLE C FADDEN 
.60 27531 N BEECH 5T 

F L GOSSELL 
.67 27672 N HICKORY 5T 

FLEET MORTGAGE CORPORATION 
.08 27615 N HICKORY ST 



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WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

MCHENRY 60O5O 

ISLAND LAKE 60042 

MCHENRY 60050 

MCHENRY 60050 

MCHENRY 60050 

MCHENRY 60050 

MCHENRY 60050 

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O9-28-IO3-O7 I RONALD A FRASZ 

51.04 27673 N WALNUT ST MCHENRY 

09-28-103-072 RONALD A FRASZ 

95.75 27657 N WALNUT ST MCHENRY 

O9-28-IO7-OOI MARION S TISSEN 

205-92 27555 N LEYTE CT MCHENRY 

09-28-107-002 MARION S TISSEN 

746.88 275-^3 N LEYTE CT MCHENRY 

09-2B-107-O04 MARION TISSEN 

121.72 27521 N LEYTE CT MCHENRY 

09-28-107-005 MARION TISSEN T" 

139.60 27513 N LEYTE CT MCHENRY 

O9-28-IO7-OII MARION S TISSEN 

61.70 27537 N LEYTE CT WAUCONDA 

09-28-107-012 MARION TISSEN 

61.70 27531 N LEYTE CT WAUCONDA 

O9-28-IO9-OO2 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-158 

30.26 TIMBER LN 1SLAN0 LAKE 

09-28-109-004 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-158 

30.26 TIMBER LN ISLAND LAKE 

09-28-201-010 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON TR 96O 

2.501.26 27768 N ORCHARD DR WAUCONDA 

09-28-202-002 ID AN I EL BURNS 

1.1 31. 2 J 27937 N LAKEVIEW CIR MCHENRY 

09-28-300-004 ERWIN J SCHREIBER 

81 .92 27453 M ROBERTS RO MCHENRY 

O9-2B-3OO-OO5 ERWIN J SCHREIBER 

347.30 27437 N ROBERTS RD MCHENRY 

09-28-300-008 IMOGENS LtARY 

153.00 27405 N ROBERTS RD > MCHENRY 

O9-2B-3OO-O2I MERRY STEWART 

292.16 28757 W LAMPHERE RO MCHENRY 

09-28-301-025 ALVARO A JACQUELINE CERVANTES 
S 157.22 2B4B4 W MEEKER CT WAUCONDA 

09-28-301-026 ALVARO • JACQUELINE CERVANTES 
S 14.80 28478 W HIIKER CT WAUCONOA 

09-28-301-027 ALVARO A JACQUELINE CERVANTES 
S 16.80 28478 W MEEKER CT WAUCONDA 

09-28-400-004- 021 CHESNEY I BROOKS 

24.50 27508 N DARRELL RD WAUCONDA 



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0^-28-400-005 1ST NATL BANK * TRUST CO 

1.490.32 27161 M etNtSEE ST 
09-28-401-023 I COUKART P CIANQP0ULO5 
S 93-47 28318 W OAK ST 
09-28-401-024 LAURIE COUKART 
S 379.68 28304 W OAK ST 
09-28-401-043 ROBERT P SCHAEFFER 

612.56 28269 W NORTH ST 
O9-33-I 01-00 1 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
S 3.00 26978 N HUSTON AV 

09-33-101-010 COUNTY OF LAKE 
S 53.76 26872 N HUSTON AV 
09-33-101-013 COUNTY OF' LAKE, TRUSTEE 
5 3.00 26794 N HUSTON AV 

O9-33-IOI-OI5 LASZLO SZILAGY1 
S 77-98 28707 V MEEKER CT 
09-33-101-016 LASZLO SZILACYI 
S 46.82 26973 N HUSTON AV 

09-33-101-024 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE , 

S 3-00 26824 N LAKE AVI WEST 

09-33-101-046 COUNTY OF LAKE 

S 3*00 28504 W FAIRVIEW RD 

O9-33-IO3-OO6 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

S 3-00 26927 N KANE OR 

09-33-103-012 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3.00 26956 N ELR ST 

09-33-103-013 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

S 3.00 26940 N ELR ST 

09-33-103-019 COUNTY OF LAKE 

S 64.12 28630 w RAIN ST 

09-33-103-020 GEORGE CLARK 

S SO. 28 28626 W RAIN ST 

09-33-103-021 COUNTY OF LAKE 

S 80.28 28622 W RAIN ST 

09-33-103-022 COUNTY OF LAKE 

S 80.28 28610 w RAIN ST 

09-33-104-002 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

S 3 >00 2696 1 N POPLAR ST 

09-33-108-408 COUNTY OF LAKE 

S 3.00 26617 N ELR ST 

O9-33-IO9-OO5 ARTHUR E WASKOW 

S 45.10 26854 N POPLAR ST 

O9-33-I09-OO6 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3.00 26837 N LEI BERT ST 

09-33-109-008 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3.00 26823 N LEIBERT ST 

09-33-109-010 COUNTY OF LAKE, THUSTEE 

S 3-00 26832 N POPLAR ST 

09-33-112-001 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3-00 28523 w RAPLE AV 

09-33-200-004 CHARLES R I CHERYL A SELL 

S 716.48 281 16 w RAPLE AV 

09-33-202-006 JOHN t CARRELLA HICELI 

S 117.52 26920 N GRACE ST 

O9-33-202-OO7 JOHN I CARRELLA RICELI 

S 48.60 26912 N GRACE ST 

09-33-202-006 CAROLINE GABLER 

S 48.60 26900 N GRACE ST 

09-33-203-003 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3-00 26943 N GRACE ST 

O9-33-203-OO5 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

S 3-00 26925 N GRACE ST 

09-33-203-406 BILANZICH tVARO (513787) 

S 517-22 26911 N GRACE ST 

O9-33-203-OO7 JOHN PLESKANKA 

S 353.74 26895 N GRACE ST 

09-33-203-012 JOHN PLESKANKA 

S 48.60 26896 N ELLEN ST 

09-33-204-001 GARY W ALLEN 

S 470.13 26959 N ELLEN ST 

09-33-204-002 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

S 3-00 26943 N ELLEN ST 

09-33-204-008 GARY W ALLEN 

S 470.13 26958 N BERN ICE ST 

09-33-204-009 GARY V ALLEN 

S 240.54 26948 N BERNICE ST 



NAME/ 
LOCATION ADDRESS 

OF BARRINGTON TR 475 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONOA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 



O9-33-205-OO6 
S 4B 
09-33-206-012 
S 357 
09-33-207-OO6 
5 46 
09-33-207-011 
S 64 
09-33-207-014 
S 75 
09-33-207-015 
S 75 
09-33-207-016 
S 57 
09-33-207-017 
S 53 
09-33-207-018 
S 3 
09-33-207-025 

S 296 

O9-33-208-OOI 
S 60 
09-33-209-005 
S 66 
09-33-209-010 
S 3 
09-33-210-002 
S 3 
09-33-210-004 
S 60 

09-33-210-009 

S 1,604 

09-33-21I-O01 
S 3 

09-33-2 1 1-002 
S 3 

09-33-2 1 1-003 
S 3 

09-33-211-004 

S 3 

09-33-211-005 
S 3 
09-33-211-011 
S 64 
O9-33-2II-OI2 
S 64 
09-33-211-013 
S 64 
09-33-211-014 
S 64 
O9-33-2II-OI5 
S 66 
09-33-212-002 
S 3 
09-33-212-005 
S 75 
09-33-212-006 
S 75 



RR A RRS LARRY A KUZNICKI 
.60 26919 N BERNICE ST 

WILLIAR I LORETTA E PRYOE 
.40 26976 N ROREY ST 

ROY KNOCKERUS 
.82 26941 N ROREY ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 
.12 26905 N ROREY ST 
TRUST #6610 — NEURAN 
, 12 26994 N GENESEE ST 
TRUST #6610— NEURAN 
.12 26980 N GENESEE ST 
TRUST #6610— NEUHAN 
.26 26976 N GENESEE ST 

TRUST #6610— NEURAN 
.IB 26938 N GENESEE ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 26956 N GENESEE ST 

RUTH KOSROPOULOS 
.24 26884 n GENESEE ST 

FRANK SERINETTI 
.12 28491 W RAIN 5T 

CATHOLIC BISHOP OF CHICAGO 
.48 26833 N GRACE ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 26795 N GRACE ST 

COUNTY Or LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 2B421 W RAIN ST 

RARY H RUSSO 
.12 28401 W RAIN ST 

H SHEPARD 
.49 26803 N ELLEN ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 2B379 W RAIN ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 28373 W RAIN ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 28367 W RAIN ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 28353 W RAIN ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 26833 N BERNICE ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE 
.12 26814 N ADA ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE 
.12 26602 N ADA ST 

G CUNNINGHAM J ClMNINGHAfl 
.12 26794 N ADA ST 

G CUNNINGHAM J CUNNINGHAM 
. 12 26780 N ADA ST 

C CUNNINCHAR J CUNNINGHAR 
.48 26776 N ADA ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 28325 W RAIN ST 

BEN F HIKER 
.12 26821 N ADA ST 

1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST 
.12 26813 N ADA ST 



09-33-212-013 
S 3 

09-33-212-015 
S 66 
09-33-212-016 
S 3B2 
09-33-212-021 
S 78 
09-33-212-022 
S 700 



COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.00 26852 N ROREY 5T 

JERRY V GRILLO 
.48 26828 N ROREY ST 

JERRY V GRILLO 
.78 26820 N ROREY ST 

DONALD W (. LORETTA AHLCREN 
.10 26776 N ROREY ST 

DONALD V A LORETTA ANLGREN 
.01. 26768 N ROREY ST 



WAUCONDA 60084 
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WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 

WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONOA 600B4 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 6O084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 600B4 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 
WAUCONDA 6O084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
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PERM..IND. NUM/ NAME/ 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

09-33-212-023 COUNTY OF iV.li TRUSTIC 

S 3<00 26758 N ROREY ST 

09-33-213-021 VA LOAN GUARANTY #026 Z 

S 77.42 26794 N GENESEE ST 

O9-33-213-O23 RUTH HEPLER 

S 566.24 26776 N GENESEE 5T 

09-33-213-024 RUTH HEPLER 

S 77.42 26770 N GENESEE ST 

O9-33-213-O25 RUTH HEPLER 

S 77*42 26767 N GENESEE ST 

09-33-214-010 LAURIE COUKART 

S 571,74 26769 N GENESEE ST 

09-33-214-012 ROBERT E SCHAEWE 

S 94.14 26860 N BROOKS ST 

09-33-2>4-OI3 ROBERT E SCHAEWE 

S 117.22 26844 N BROOKS ST 

09-33-2 T8-005 RUSSELL J SCHURAN 

S 80.28 28467 W RAPLE AV 

09-33-220-011 JOSEPH J A THERESA V SPIRODEK 

S 272.50 26652 N BROOKS ST 

09-33-220-O12 LESTER 1 ANN KRESKE 

S 272.50 26639 N BROOKS ST 

09-33-322-018 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL-BANK TR A27 

S 36.46 26659 N RARION ST WAUCONDA 6008>i 

O9-33-222-OI9 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK TR A27 

S 36.46 26647 N RARION ST WAUCONDA 60084 

09-33-222-020 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK A27B 

S 36.46 26635 N RARION ST WAUCONDA 60084 

09-33-222-021 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK A278 

S 36.46 26629 N RARION ST WAUCONOA 60084 

09-33-222-022 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK TR A2?8 

S 36.46 26621 N RARION ST WAUCONDA 60084 

09-33-222-023 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK TR A278 

S 36.46 26615 N RARION ST WAUCONDA 60084 

09-33-222-024 1ST ARLINGTON NATIONAL BANK A278 



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WAUCONOA 60084 
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WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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1911 



S 36.46 26601 N RARION ST 
O9-33-3OI-OO6 WILLIAR LABELLE 

26.28 26174 N GERALDINE LN 
09-33-3OI-OI2 VICTOR S BARCZYK 

734.13 26062 N GERALDINE LN 
09-33-301-Ot3 JARES W i GILRA MUCH 

KB9O.2O 26O30 N GERALDINE LN 
09-33-401-001 RARVIN J TAYLOR 
5 237.74 26224 N WILLOW RD 
09-33-402-O09 JOHN JOZWIAK 
S 1,126.84 26166 N ORCHARD RD 
09-33-403-001 ROBERT C i MARGARET R DULAY 
S 351.96 26231 N ORCHARD RD 



WAUCONOA 60084 
BARRINGTON 60010 
BARRINGTON 60010 
BARRINGTON 60010 
BARRINGTON 60010 
BARRINGTON 60010 
BARRINGTON 60010 



09-33-403-005 ROSE T ST00P5 

S t 175.98 26133 N ORCHARD RD 

09-34-401-007 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COHPANY TR 85-143 



BARRINGTON 60010 



S 1.189.55 27439 W LAKEVIEW OR NORTH 
09-34-40I-O31 GEORGE R 4 NANCY D HARRIS 

1.168.33 27081 W LAKEVIEW OR SOUTH 
09-35-100-003 LAUREN J'A BETTY A NOROSTROR 

135.84 27008 N HWY 12 
09-35-200-011 W POTTER * SONS INC 

63.63 26954 N BARRINGTON RD 
09-35-200-027 NORTHWEST NATIONAL BANK TR 687 

1.536.68 26770 N HWY 12 
09-35-200-031 HARRY BAILEY 

225.52 26746 N BARRINGTON RD 
09-35-200-045 VILLAGE OF WAUCONDA 

26.24 LIBERTY ST 
09-35-200-050 BRUCE L A LYNN F BUSCHICK 

64.90 BARRINGTON RO 
09-35-20 l-OO 1 W POTTER A SONS INC 

90.99 BARRINGTON RD 
09-35-303-004 PAUL J A NANCY A KOEPPL 

577.68 26654 W KAREN OR 
09-35-401-019 FRANK S RODRIGUEZ 

411.86 26320 W LAUREL AV 
09-35-403-O04 EDWARD J KOLDROWICZ 

205.93 26371 W LAUREL AV 
09-36-100-015 COUNTY OF LAKE 

32.88 26889 N RAIN ST 
O9-36-IOI-OI7 ROSS A A CHARLEEN HARRIS 

14.54 S RAIN ST 
O9-36-IO8-OO9 PATRICK A NANCY SHERRAN 

975.80 25580 W IVANHOE RD 
O9-36-IO8-OI9 RICKY A A PATRICIA WILLIARS 

957.64 26546 N RAIN ST 
09-36-201-025 KENNETH G A DOROTHY WILLIARS 

873.98 25088 W HILLSIDE AV 
09-36-202-013 WANDA A ED STEVENS 

423-94 25120 U HERROSA AV 



09-36-204^09 ARALCARATED TRUST A SAVINGS BANK TR 2800 



WAUCONDA 60064 



WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 600B4 
WAUCONDA 600B4 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONOA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60064 



211.97 25271 W TARARACK OR 
O9-36-3OO-OO6 HELEN HARIE ORR 

965.00 26222 N HILL AV 
09-36-303-010 HELEN RARIE ORR 

449.94 26192 N HILL AV 
09-36-303-016 HELEN J KELLEHER 

449.94 25677 V BLAKELY PKWY 
09-36-305-001 JARES A BARBARA RILOSCH 

870.55 26478 W EAST LAKE SHORE OR 
09-36-405-016 THORAS N TAYLOR 

1,505.32 26265 N EAST LAKE SHONE OR 
09-36-405-024 RON AID J A ROBIN LINDSEY 

14,00 N HWY 12 
09-36-407-016 ALBERT CARELLO 

64.04 25312 W BLAKELY PKWY 
09-36-407-026 ALBERT CARELLO 

64.04 25287 W BLAKELY PKWY 
09-36-408-002 FRANK A HC CASLIH 

1.480.49 26108 N WEST LAKE SHORE OR 



STATE or ILLINOIS) 

) ss 

COfVTY OF LAKE ) 



WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 600B4 
WAUCONDA 60084 
WAUCONDA 60084 
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1. Jack L. Aiidtrion. hereby certify that 1 an County Treasurer 
and. Ex-cfflclo County Collector of '.ho County of Like, in the State oJ 
tlllm-U, and as such tlic keeper of the records of said office and tint 
1 1* for ursine. It a ll»t of delinquent land* and lot* upon which taxes 
return unpaid and due for the year or years 1910 through 1995 boLh 
inclusive, together vllh tire ovncr'j nam. If known, and the aaount of 
tax Jue thereon. 



Dated at VaiArcan. Lake County, Illinois this ulh day of 
Navt-ri!i-r, A.D. 1916. 



^JACK L. ANTJIJISOS 



•CCaaTH-" 



COCNTY TKEASIHER AM) 

tx-orncio coivrv collector 

11&6B-154-WI 
November 13. 1986 



STATE or ILLINOIS > 

) ss 

COUNTY Of LAKE 1 



Public notice Is hereby (tven that I, Jack L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and Es -Officio County Collector of Lake County, In the Slate 
aforesaid will apply to the Circuit Court of said County on Tuesday, the 
ZSth day of Kovteber, A.D. IvSb. for Judgement f iitni the correct aaount ol 
any its. paid under protest and for Judgement italnat the tinds and lots 
mentioned and described In the following list of delinquent lands and lots 



posed 



both inclusive toietrter «im im«"n ,-..-...-. — ....... >7 

^Ireon! and for an order to sell Mid Unds ™d lot. for ■atUt«l. M 
[E Hf Public notice Is .Lo hereby |lven that or. the ftr.t Monday of 
D^eiter. Ml* W wll. o* tU 1st day of December. A.D. 1916. all the 
Un"1nd o .for lb. .-1. of which an order .hall be mad., will be „ 
rjutatu ial. in the bulldln, where .-Id Circuit Court I. held In .aid 
Cunt* In the Court House In W.uk.|.n. in .aid County for the amount of 
ta.es. special t*i«. dralna,.. ipeclal e.se.imrnt.. Inter..!, penalties 
and coilido. severally thereon, except .ueh • • •"»" *.« *•"" P*»d *t 
said time of sale. Said sal. shall com— nt. at 9 o'clock A.H. Central Tie,, 
on Hondav the 1st day of December. A.D. 1916. and to continue fro. day to 
dav until the tue shall be completed and If for any caul* such Judgement 
shall not be rendered on the said !ith day of November. A.D. Ml*, then 
such sale will be made on the first Monday after .ueh Judtesinl shall be 
rendered eo— enein» at 9 o'clock In the forenoon of »uch first Monday. 

Costs on each tract cr description of land three dollar.) on each lot 
or description of lot three dollar.. Also interest al the rate of one and 
one half per cent per month will be added afl.r Jun. 2. 1916. on the first 
Installment and one and one half per cent per month on the second Install- 
nent after September 2, I9P6. 

Those taxpayer, who have previously ronplled with Section 194 of the 
Revenue Act of 19)9 bv pavtni. under protest both Installment, of their MIS 
real property taies mav file wtlh the Clerk of the Lake County Circuit 
Court anv objections which they my have to the aforesaid application for 
Judgement, All objections filed oust complv with requirements of Sections 
|9i and 115 of the Fevenue Act of 1919. 



Antioch Township 



PERR. 



IND HUR/ NARE / 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



01-01-300-006 
732 
01-01-300-007 
557- 
01-01-301-026 
164. 
01-01-301-027 
335 
01-01-400-006 
102. 
01-01-401-012 
20. 
01.01-404-028 
312 
01-0 1-404-029 
32. 
01-01-405-006 
16. 
01 -01 -1.05-0 1 k 
16. 
01-01-406-018 
27. 
01-O1-A07-012 

25- 
01-01-407-0)3 
439- 
01-01-407-014 
16. 
01-01-409-014 
16 
0I-O1-409-O15 
16. 
01-O1-A09-016 

351- 

01-01-411-017 

32. 

01-01-4)3-011 

49. 

01-01-413-012 
49. 
01-01-413-013 

49- 
01— 01— L I 3-014 

49- 
01-01-413-027 

28. 
01-01-413-028 

28. 
01-01-413-029 

26. 
1 -01-j, 13-030 

92. 

01-OI-ML-O01 

19- 
01-01-415-001 
28, 



IRVING E A DIANA BUCKTA 

42 43445 N RAIN TREE RO 

ALAN B A ALICE L FLOOR 

81 43425 N RAIN TREE RO 

C RUBEY W BURKE R RCLAUCHLIN 

60 43336 N PARK TER 

C RUBEY W BURKE R RCLAUCHLIN 

54 43332 N PARK TER 

AOG DEVELOPMENT CO 

22 43133 N VENETIAN DR 

TIBOR JUNC 

44 43496 N RILDRED AV 

ROY J A ELAINE R ZERAN 

12 43372 N FOREST OR 

ROY J A ELAINE R ZERAN 

58 43360 N FOREST OR 

TIBOR A ELIZABETH JUNC 

29 25171 W HICKORY CN 

TIBOR JUNC 

29 25170 W LINDEN LN 

ADMINISTRATOR OF VE TRANS AFFAIRS 

4B 43324 N RILDRED AV 

WILLIAR H A NANCY J FEEZOR 

86 4336B N RARY AV 

WILLIAR H A NANCY J FEEZOR 

02 43356 N RARY AV 

WILLIAR H A NANCY J FEEZOR 

93 4334B N RARY AV 

J KOCH W GR1RR R CRIRR 

29 25 '76 V OAK LN 

J KOCH W CRIRR H CRIRR 

29 25170 W OAK LN 

J KOCH W CRIRR R CRIRR 

64 25158 W OAK LN 

CHRIS A ZELRA 5IR0NS 

58 25158 W PARK OR 

JARES T A JARIE ; HALEY 

16 25164 W NORTH AV 

BERNARD J A LUCIENNE CUNTY 

16 25158 W NDRTH AV 

BERNARO J A LUCIENNE CUNTY 

16 25150 W NORTH AV 

BERNARD J I LUCIENNE CUNTY 

16 25140 U NORTH AV 

BERNARD J A LUCIENNE CUNTY 

12 25131 W PINE LN 

BERNARO J A LUCIENNE CUNTY 

12 25127 W PINE LN 

BERNARO J A LUCIENNE CUNTY 

12 25123 W PINE LN 

JANES T A JARIE L HALEY 

66 25115 W PINE LN 

JARES RCMILLEN 

20 25059 W CHANNEL OR 

PHYLLIS V RCRILLEN 

12 25065 U CHANNEL DR 



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01-01-417-001 PHYLLIS RCRILLEN 

19.20 25075 W ISLAND OR - 
01-01-417-011 WILLIAR l SUSAN WISWALD 

42.80 25030 W BEACH OR 
01-01-417-012 WILLIAM l SUSAN WISWALD 

32.58 25024 W BEACH OR j 
01-OI-417-013 WILLIAM t SUSAN WISU4L0 

7B6.10 25012 V BEACH OR 
01-01-417-014 WILLIAR A SUSAN WISVALO 

32.58 25001, W BEACH OR 
01-01-418-^001 PHYLLIS V RCRILLEN 

19-84 25075 W BEACH DR 
OI-02-30O-OO2 THOMAS NEHLSEN 

1.537-84 26750 W W1LR0T RD 
0I-O2-30O-0O3 GARY L I DONA R DE WITT 

803.76 43I,I9 N PRIVATE RD 
01-02-300-008 CHARLES R BAKER 

174.71 2670B W WILROT RD 
OI-O2-3OO-OII JARES R HARILTON 

675.67 26654 W WILROT RD 
01-02-300-013 GARY L A OONA R DE WITT 

142.44 43330 N LAKE AV 
O1-O2-300-02I-O021 PARKWAY BANK A TRUST CORPANY TR 7526 

108. 78 26900 W WILROT RD ANTIOCH 60002 

OI-O2-3OO-O22-OOII PARKWAY BANK A TRUST CORPANY TR Jf** 

110.56 26800 W WILROT RD 
OI-O2-30I-OO2 RICHARD J A CAROL A PAODOCK 

835-36 26727 W WILROT RO 
OI-O2-303-OII WILLIAR A DOROTHY W1TTKARP 

603.33 26726 W LINDEN RD 
OI-O2-305-OI4 ROBERT A LORRAINE LERKE 
35-14 26686 W SYCARORE RD 
0I-O2-305-015 ROBERT LERKE 

35-14 26676 W SYCARORE RD 
01-02-305-016 ROBERT C LERKE 

759- 16 26660 W SYCARORE RO 
0I-O2-306-OOB C CIRTEN F STURPF 

4B9.94 26612 W SYCARORE RD 
01-02-306-009 GEORGE J CIRTEN 

70. 2B 26600 W SYCARORE RO 
01-02-306-018 LEONA B CARPBELL 

377.72 43062 N LAKE AV 
0I-O2-307-008 ROBERT C LERKE * 

35-14 26655 W SYCARORE RD 
01-09-200-005-0021 NORTHERN STATES TRUST CORPANY TR 10-357 

118.92 42718 N CONVERSE RD 
01-09-400-002 EDWARD C A RARY S HUECE 

9.31 26060 W HWY 173 
01-10-302-004 KAREN R A BETTY L SRITH 
659.60 27892 W RIVERSIDE DR 
01-10-303-004 HAROLD R A ROBERTA C SPRACUE 

604.08 42502 N FOREST LN 
01-10-304-OII ROBERT T HLUC 

1.424.32 42493 N FOREST LN 
O1-1O-40O-OI4-OOIO EUGENE A JEANNIE SCHWIECER 
78k. 38 42460 N PEDERSEN LN 



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208 Lakeland Newspaper! 



Thursday, November 13. 1996 







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PERM. IND. NUM/ NAME/ 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

0I-IO-40O-O14-O01I EUGENE I JEANN1E SCHWIEGER 

351.50 42460 N PEOERSEH LM ANTIOCH 60002 



NAME/ 
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11-102-002 SAMUEL H I fURY K BUSCH 

277.87 26726 W ORCHARD AV 
11-I05-O07 WALTER A GESSLER 

1*25.66 26673 w orchard av. 
11-106-001 marcarette f clarkin 

1.0. sb 266)5 w orchard av 
i1-106-o02 hargarette f clarkin 

40.88 26611 w orchard av 
11-106-003 hargarette f clarkin 

40.88 26591 w orchard av 
11-106-oov rargarette f clarkin 

1.o.88 26581 v orchard av 
1i-i06-o05 hargarette f clarkin 

20.44 26575 w orchard av 
11-106-007 antioch savings a loan assn 

' 161.. 15 26555 w orchard av 
11-106-006 antioch savings i loan assn 

20. 64 265*9 w orchard av 
m-i06-o09 aktioch savings i loan assn 

20. 4v 26533 w orchard av 
ii-io6-oio joanne a richard l ruffalo 

111.12 26527 w orchard av 
1 1-106-017 antioch savings a loan assn 

11.5> 2655<> w birch av 
11-106-018 antioch savings a loan assn 

11.51 26550 w BIRCH AV 
U-106-019 ANTIOCH SAVINGS A LOAN ASSN 

11.51 26532 W BIRCH AV 
1 I-106-O20 JOANNE A RICHARO L RUFFALO 

255.68 42920 N LAKE AV 
11-107-005 ANTIOCH 5AVINGS A LOAN ASSN 

11-51 26573 W BIRCH AV 
11-I07-O06 ANTIOCH SAVINGS A LOAN ASSN 

11.51 26555 W BIRCH AV 
ll-115-OI I RUTH F RC AULIFF 

51.07 42624 N LAKE AV 
11-1 I7-O04 WILLIAM J FROHREIER 

302.54 42522 N POPLAR ST 
11-202-038 ELMER EBERRAN 

386.96 42537 N WOODBINE AV 
11-203-015 ROBERT G A EILEEN CHAHBERLAIN 

67.72 26414 W PROSPECT AV 
-11-203-016 ROBERT G A EILEEN CHAHBERLAIN 

405.64 26402 W PROSPECT AV 
■M-205-O07 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 10 250 
649.60 26427 W PROSPECT AV 



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W LAKE ST 



-11-205-014 SECRETARY OF HOUSING A URBAN DEVELOPMENT 



421.14 26371 W PROSPECT AV 
11-205-034 BERNICE K02IQL 

1,160.40 42696 N WOODBINE AV 
11-205-054 ELIZABETH A PETERSEN 

50.47 26366 W GRAPEVINE AV 
II -205-O68 JAMES R ROPER 

.7* 26230 W GRAPEVINE AV 
11-205-069 A BREV J ROPER 

4.35 26220 W GRAPEVINE AV 
11-205-070 A BRET J ROPER 

' .74 26214 W GRAPEVINE AV 

II-205-O72 ELIZABETH A PETERSEN 

315.74 26372 W GRAPCVINE AV 
11-206-014 JIH R A LINDA 5 NEWCQHB 

356. 34 26371 W GRAPEVINE AV 
11-206-022 JOHN J A BARBARA ROLL 

404.38 26293 W GRAPEVINE AV 
11-207-028 HELEN HCKENNA 

537. 62 42554 R WOODBINE AV 
II-300-OI3 JAHES L MILES 

453-53 26637 W HWY 173 
II-3OO-OI9 MAINE NORSCH 

465-35 42120 N LAKE AV 



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866.79 26696 W HVY 173 
11-301-011 MR I MRS JOHN HORREALE 

20.44 26705 W PINE ST 
11.301-012 KH ( MS JOHN HORREALE 

351.96 26689 W PINE ST 
1I-305-O03 ARDITH STANLEY 

51.72 42444 N WILLOW ST 
II-305-OO4 ARV1LLA TERMINI 

51.72 42436 N WILLOW 5T 
II.306-OIO GEORGE E WALL 

40.88 42470 N POPLAR ST 
11-3O7-O03 RICHARO R ROGERS 

106.04 42447 N POPLAR ST 
1I-307-O04 RICHARD R ROGERS 

420.70 42437 N POPLAR ST y , 
II-309-OO3 FRANK G D'AHBROSE 

553.18 42373 N CHESTNUT 5T 
11-309-012 EDWARD P A HELENE J HILDEBRAND 

50.47 42317 N CHESTNUT ST 
1I-309-O13 EDWARD P A HELENE J HILDEBRAND 

268.50 423H N CHESTNUT ST 
•11-310-002 PAUL VtSOWATY 

51.75 42404 N WILLOW ST 
-11-311-001 KRIS E BENEDICT 

59-44 26565 W SPRUCE ST 
•11-311-002 KRIS E BENEDICT 

653.86 26561 W SPRUCE ST 
-1 1-3 U-004 CAROL A RIEDI 

227.60 42365 N WILLOW ST 
-II-312-OO6 RAY F VAN PATTEN 

540.38 42376 N LAKE AV 
-11-312-007 RAY F VAN PATTEN 

819-52 42)66 N LAKE AV 
-11-312-008 RAY F VAN PATTEN 

79.64 42362 N LAKE AV 
-11-312-009 MARTIN J DSCHIOA 

79.64 42346 N LAKE AV 
-11-312-010 MARTIN J OSCHIDA 

79-64 423)6 N LAKE AV 
-11-312-011 MARTIN J OSCHIDA 

726.62 42326 N LAKE AV 
-11-400-007 TIMOTHY I A GAIL L PEARSON 
90.38 26080 W SPRING GROVE RO 
-11-400-008 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 85-123 
39.60 26076 W SPRING GROVE RO 



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01-11-400-011 

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01-11-400-014 

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01-1 1-403-001 

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01-11-1,03-008 
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01-1 i~4o3-o IB 
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oi-n-405-006 
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01-11-406-004 

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01-1 1-406-005 

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DONALD J BENSEN 
.10 26067 W SPRING GROVE RD 

DOROTHY A PHILIP LANGHOF 
.62 42165 N HILL ST 

EVELYN L GREIG 

Of 42641 N LAKE AV 

AMER NAT'L BANK A TRUST CO OF 
.71 62250 N WOODBINE AV 

DONALO C A PATRICIA BJORK 
.62 42)96 N ■OOOIINE AV 

MAKINE E HORSCH 
.65 26615 W BEACH ST 

T PEARSON G PEARSON. 
.67 26060 W SPRING GROVE RD 

TIMOTHY B A GAIL I PEARSON 
.37 26076 W SPRING GROVE RD 

PAUL 5CH0ENLEBER C.A. INV. 
.42 26044 W SPRING GROVE RD 

LESLIE A A JEAN MORRIS - 
.11 26156 W SPRING GROVE RO 

LESLIE A A JEAN MORRIS 
.02 26166 W SPRING GROVE RD 

PAUL SCHUENLflER 6 A INV 
.36 26062 W MAPLE AV 



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01-11-408-001 CHAIH 0' 

957. 9* 62223 
O1-11-408-O02 CHAIH 0' 

221.00 42213 
01-11-408-005 CHAIN 0' 

251.04 26465 
01-11-408-009 DOROTHY A PHILIP LANGHOF 

203.75 42)80 N HILL ST 
01-11-409-010 J SLEPSKI 

503.08 26423 W FAIR OAKS 
01-11-409-012 JOHN F VOLK 

195.36 26410 W FAIR OAKS 
OI-II-409-OI3 JOHN VOLK 

63.57 26472 W FAIR OAKS 
01-11-409-017 JOHN VOLK 

197.37 26435 W FAIR OAKS 
01-11-409-019 JOHN F VOLK 

138.30 26455 W FAIR OAKS 
01-11-411-005 DONALD L HEATH 

60.03 26173 W SPRING GROVE RD 
01-11-411-006 DONALD L HEATH 

245.16 26175 W SPRING GROVE RD 
01-11-412-001 JOHN VOLK 

24.26 26075 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-002 JOHN VOLK 

24.26 26079 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-003 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26081 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-004 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-166 

159.16 26089 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-005 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26092 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-006 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26103 W HWY 173 

01-11-412-007 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26111 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-OOB WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26119 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-009 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26123 W HVY 173 
01-II-412-O1C WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26125 W HWY 173 
01-11-412-016 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

159.16 26096 W PARK PL 
01-11-412-017 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-166 

135.06 26082 W PARK PL 
01-12-100-001 LORRAINE A SCHROEDtR 
10.00 42900 N LINDEN AV 
01-12-101-022 KAZIMIERZ A BOCUMILA PERCHEREK 

1,6)6.48 42726 N LINDEN AV 
OI-I2-203-OO8 JUANITA LUDWIG 

972.60 25036 W 2ND ST 
01-12-205-010 CATHERINE A RtVAS 

276.79 25035 W 3RD ST 
01-12-207-033 DARLENE J LEWIS 

595.08 42726 N LAKE DR 
01-12-207-034 DARLENE J LEWIS 

40.68 42722 N LAKE DR 
0I-12-208-O10 WILLIAM R A MARY L OEUBEL 

413.49 25007 W JERSEY AV 
0I-I2-211-O09 BRETT D VANDERWALL 

40.88 25089 W CATHERINE AV 
01-12-211-010 JACK A WILLIAMS 

255.49 25061 W CATHERINE AV 
01-12-211-02) COUNTY OF LAKE 

40.88 25088 W CRAWFORD AV 
01-12-211-028 ROCKEY GARTH 

190.17 25044 W CRAWFORD AV 
01-12-300-005 BETTY J MENTONE 

2.325.46 25850 W HWY 173 
01-12-300-009 PAUL SCHOENLEBER G.A. INV. 

254.66 25870 W HWY 173 
01-12-300-016 PAUL SCHOENLEBER G.A. INV. 

56.66 25972 W HWY 173 
01-I2-300-O26 PAUL SCHOENLEBER 6 A 

478.40 25950 W HWY 173 
01-I2-30J-OI4 GENEVA L FRENCHIR 

4.66 62470 N LINDEN AV 

01-12-303-015 GENEVA L 

46.46 62460 

01-12-304-003 MARION C 

61.98 42453 

OI-12-308-OO5 GEIGER A 

33.86 25702 

01-12-309-032 ANTIOCH TRUST COMPANY TR 10-237 

1.276.42 42136 N 7TH AV 
01-12-310-006 PAUL SCHOENLEBER G. A. INV. 

147.54 25976 W HWY 17) 
01-12-310-007 PAUL SCHOENLEBER C A INV 

1.228.)4 25962 W HWY 173 
01-12-310-008 PAUL SCHOENLEBER G A INV 
369.16 25920 W HWY 173 

01-12-310-009 PAUL SCHOENLEBER C A INV 

690.58 25902 W HWY 173 
01-12-400-002 MOHAMMED E A JOAN NASR 

1,913.06 42476 H ADDISON LN 
01-12-400-016 HENRY J t MARTHA M SCHMIOT 

58O.6O 62316 N OAK IN 
01-12-405-014 JOHN H SAHMON 

267-00 25020 W EDGAR AV 
0I-12-406-O1) ALFRED T ULTES 

39.92 25211 W EDGAR AV 
01-12-406-014 ALFRED T ULTES 

307.10 25197 W EDGAR AV 
01-I2-408-O09 MARY MEEK 

39.92 42371 N WOODS DR 
01-12-408-010 MARY I1EEK 

39.92 42)65 N WOODS DR 
01-12-408-011 MARY MEEK 

599-99 62353 N 

01-12-409-41) JUDITH E 

1,151.00 62)41 

01-12-409-014 JUDITH E 

927.6' 423)1 

01-12-409-015 LjIS HCNIFF 

405.58 42)25 N OAK LN 
01-12-410-018 GERARD N A DONNA L HALEY 

392.58 25096 W CLARIDAIt AV 
01-12-416-0)6 R ROUTH P CHIRCHIRILLO 

106.06 25407 W HWY 173 
01-12-416-037 R ROUTH P CHIRCHIRILLO 

. 106.06 25397 W HWY 173 
01-12-416-038 R ROUTH P CHIRCHIRILLO 

3,058.76 25395 w HWY 17) 
01-12-416-048 R ROUTH P CHIRCHIRILLO 
74.74 42228 N 5TH AV 
- 01-12-416-04$ R ROUTH P CHIRCHIRILLO 
79.84 42220 N 5TH AV 
01-12-416-066 STATE BANK 
62.36 25371 W 
01-12-416-065 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH 

62.36 25355 W HWY 173 
01-12-416-098 JOSEPH A MARY A DSCHIOA 

4.00 42219 N 4TH AV 
01-12-416-101 RUSSELL A VIKKI KLAR 

340.00 42191 H 4TH AV 
01-13-101-032 JOSEPH E BULO 

268.90 41976 N OLIVE ST 
01-13-401-008 JAM BRUSKI 

800.9) 25606 W EAST AV 
01-13-401-016 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 

106.45 41625 N VESTLAKE AV 
01-13-401-019 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 
59.61 25607 W EAST AV 



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AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

01-13-401-020 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 72472 
1.373.76 25401 W EAST AV 



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Of-13-401-021 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 72672 

14.8) 25)95 W EAST AV 
01-13-402-023 CAROL VAN OYCKE 

745.12 41090 N WESTLAKC AV 



01-13-402-024 CAROL VAN OYCKE 

54.65 41086 N WESTLAKC AV 
01-14-200-003 THERESA 5USALA 

1,009.55 26252 W SPRING GROVE RD 
01-14-200-004 ROBERT LEMKE 

9.92 26260 W SPRING GROVE RD 
01-1 4-202-001 ROBERT G A LORRAINE LEMKE 

390.28 26231 W SPRING GROVE Mb 
01-14-202-014 ROBERT LEMKE 

700.69 26206 W HWY 173 
01-14-202-015 ROBERT C LEMKE 

26.26 26212 W HWY 173 
01-14-202-016 ROBERT G LEMKE 

, 24.26 26220 W HWY 173 
01-14-203-017 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

•V 135.06 26099 W PARK PL 
01-I6-203-O26 CEKTRAL NATIONAL BANK TR 236BO 

236.09 26130 W PARKVIEW OR 
01-14-203-027 CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK TR 23880 

121.07 26126 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-203-028 CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK TR 238*0 

103.00 26122 W PARKVIEW OR 
01-14-205-00) WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

1.816.8) 42195 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-205-004 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

193.30 42165 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-205-005 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

2,665-76 42175 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-205-006 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

1.044.67 26178 W RIVERVIEW DR 
01-14-205-007 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-166 

861.47 26172 W RIVERVIEW DR 
01-14-205-008 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-166 

8.052.06 26166 W RIVERVIEW OR 
01-14-205-009 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-166 

135.07 26150 W RIVERVIEW DR 
01-14-205-012 TALMAN HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN 

450.08 26126 W RIVIRVIEW OR 
01-14-205-013 TALMAN HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN 

40.88 26112 W RIVERVIEW DR 
01-14-205-016 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

131 1 10 26151 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-017 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BAM TR 77-186 

3.925.04 26147 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-018 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

135-06 26133 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-019 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

135.06 26129 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-020 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

135.06 261 25 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-021 WAUCONDA NATONAL BARK TR 77-186 

135*06 26117 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-205-022 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 . 

135.06 26111 W PARKVIEW DR 
01-14-208-013 RICHARO A A CAROLE C JACOOSEH 

155.20 26281 W FOREST CT 
01-14-206-421 RICHARD A A CAROLE C JACOOSEH 

155.20 26275 W FOREST CT 

01-14-209-009 FRED L A SYLVIA AKANIAJJ 

429.24 42066 N LOTUS AV s£fr 
01-14-210-017 JEFFREY R MORGAN "V 

257-95 26170 W FOREST AV 
01-14-211-011 BETTY GLAOMAN 

121.36 41779 N CIRCLE OR 
01-14-2 12-006 MARY L FRISELL 

1,352.68 26101 W FOREST AV 
01-14-212-014 JEFFREY C LOVELESS 

598.34 26162 W MARIE PL 
01-14-212-016 GEORGE ULTSCH 

561.66 261 16 W MARIE PL 
01-14-212-017 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 404 

72.82 41740 N PRIVATE RO 
01-14-212-036 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 404 

977.60 41715 N PRIVATE RD • 
01-14-213-006 ADELINE A OROZCO 

48.52 26360 W BOND AV 
01-14-213-007 ADELINE A OROZCO 

48.52 26376 W BONO AV 
01-14-214-005 RICHARO A GOLDIC KRAUSE 

79.84 41732 N DOT PL 
01-14-2 14-010 GERTRUOE A HAEHLEN 

682.82 41680 N DOT PL 
01-14-215-015 DONALO N GUY 

69.66 41732 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-215-020 ROBERT R MCNAMARA 

439.88 41684 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-216-006 JAMES J MILLER 

48.52 26355 W BONO AV 
01-14-216-026 STEVE A STAR HERMAN 

26.26 41748 N CIRCLE OR 
01-14-218-014 MICHAEL R A ELIZABETH ROBBINS 

38O.59 61689 N CIRCLE DR 

01-14-219-016 DAVID L ENZENBACHER 

69.66 26226 W MARIE AV 

01-14-219-017 DAVID L ENZENBACHER 

69.66 26220 W MARIE AV 

01-14-2I9-O18 DAVID L ENZENBACHER 

69.64 26212 W MARIE' AV 

01-14-220-033 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

2.577-46 41787 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-221-001 GEORGE R A SHELLEY J PROPECK 

2)3.78 41561 N COUNTRY CLUB DR 
Ot-14-222-013 JANE TARIA 

660.05 26265 W MARIE AV 
01-16-222-038 WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

187-06 41746 N LOTUS AV 
01-16-222-039 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-186 

1,421.23 6 1756 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-222-040. WAUCONOA NATIONAL BANK TR 77-'66 

271-16 61764 N LOTUS AV 
01-14-402-011 ROBERT W «■ ELAIMC LASKY 

.15 41141 N CLARA AV 
01-14-402-022 ROBERT W A ELAINE LASKY 
.86 26138 W MARY AM RO 
01-14-402-023 ROBERT V A ELAINE LASKY 
13.24 26120 W NARY ANN M 

01-16-602-024 ROBERT W A ELRINt LASKY 
1.3* 26104 V MARY ANN RO 
01-23-200-003 W BELZ L BUZ E 1ELZ I BELZ 

25.71 60504 N MARCUS ST 
01-23-202-003 CARL f A LOUISE N REICHENUCH 

45-18 60604 N MARCUS ST 
OI-23-203-OOI CARL E 6 LOUISE N REICMCMBACM 

45.18 60590 N MARCUS ST 
01-23-402-008 JIMMY A LINOA HtWCOMB 

125.04 40358 N MARGARET ST 
01-23-404-026 ROBERT J OOHEHTY 

969.22 26160 W MALLARD AV 
01-23-407-006. JAY R REASLEV 

120.64 26167 W CHANNEL AV 
01-23-407-007 JAY R BEASLEY 

666.39 261)7 W CHANNEL AV 
01-23-408-010 RUDOLPH A CECELIA BROZDOWICZ 

1.229.38 26066 W OAK AV 
01-23-408-011 ELEANOR LEBIEOZ 

126.16 26058 W OAK AV 



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1*66.50 40868 N DOUGLAS AV ANTIOCH 60002 

01-214-100-0)5 CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST CO TR 1065790 



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NAME/ 
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135.02 25530 W GRASS LAKE RO 

01-24-103-002 GUORUN K HARR, TRUSTEE 

36.05 10360 N WESTLAKE AV 

01-21.- 103-O0 3 GUORUN K HARR, TRUSTEE 

1,219.77 10956 N WESTLAKE AV 

01-21.-103-001. GUORUN K HARR, TRUSTEE - 

36.05 t.091.6 N WESTLAKE AV 
01-2U1 03-005 LYLE f CAROL WILLIAMSON 
1,679.80 1.0936 N WESTLAKE AV 
01-21.-103-006 LYLE A CAROL WILLIAMSON 
180,28 1.0921. N WESTLAKE AV 
01-21-103-013 JOSEPH R t GAIL T GURTOWSKI 

• 2,052.68 25630 W ORESSELLS RD 
1-24-1 06-007 JAMES H DOWERS 

551.. M 25637 W FLORENCE AV 
01-24-106-014 HARK QUINN. 

6.1.O 25539 W FLORENCE AV 
01-24-203-002 DENNIS R A JANET A PHILLIPS 

■501.96 40B61 N PARK AV 
Ot-2l.-20i.-006 MIDWEST FISHING 1 HUNTING CLUB 

1,096.62 407B4 N GRAND AV 
Ol-2l.-20i.-007 LINDA STOINSXI 

268.62 1.0771. N GRAND AV 
01 -21.-2 01.-O08 RICHARD A BECKER 

1,058.0! 1.0761. N GRAND AV 
O1-21.-303-OO2 WILLIAM t CHRISTINE MARTIN 

2.002.98 2591(2 W HEART LAKES BLVO 
Ol-2l.-30l.-O08 MICHAEL J A ALICE E FLEMING 

662.96 25827 W MALLARD AV 
O1-24-307-O02 H VANDENHEUVEL K NORTON 
902.16 1.0197 N LAKEVIEW AV 
O1-21.-1.0O-O08 THOMAS F SANTINO 

178.15 25339 W GRASS LAKE RD 
Ot-2i.-l.00-0 10 THOMAS F SANTINO 

627. M) 25327 W GRASS LAKE RD 



THOMAS F 
61. 25015 
LESTER C 
56 40344 
LESTER C 
08 40340 



SANTINO 

W GRASS LAKE RD 

MITCHELL 

N LAKE SHORE DR 

MITCHELL 

N LAKE SHORE OR 
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1.2 1.0513 N EAST DR 

MCBAIN 

N EAST DR 

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N LAKE BLVD 
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01-24-400-013 
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01-24-404-023 
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01-24-404-024 
129. 

Oi-24~4o5-oo6 

427. 

01-24-405-007 

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01-24-405-008 

47. 
01-24-406-010 

27. 
01-21.-1.09-030 
98. 
01-24-412-030 
29. 
1-24-4 t2-031 
634. 
01-21.-1.16-006 
55. 
01-25-101-011 

201. 

01-25-101-012 

1,603, 

01-25-101-013 

51.3 

01-25-103-003 

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01-25-103-010 

173 
01-25-103-011. 

01-25-200-015 
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01-25-200-020 

916 
01-25-200-021 

2.960 
01-25-200-022 

1.765 
01-25-201-032 

55 
01-25-201-01.1 

27 

01-25-201-042 

5*4 

01-25-205-008 

829 

01-25-213-003 

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01-25-2 1 3-00 1. 

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01-25-216-010 

655 

01-25-217-005 

38 

01-25-217-006 BARRY A CAROL VAN PATTEN 

38. 06 25341 W HILLDALE AV 
01-25-217-007 BARRY A CAROL VAN PATTEN 

38.06 25335 W HILLDALE AV 
01-25-2 I7-00B BARRY A CAROL VAN PATTEN 

d28.51. 25323 W HILLDALE AV 
01-25-217-009 BARRY I CAROL VAN PATTEN 

- 321.. 61, 253*5 W HILLDALE AV 
01-25-217-016 ALLEN A PADECKY 

38.06 25382 W HAWTHORNE AV 
01-25-217-017 ALLEN A PADECKY 

38.06 25372 W HAWTHORNE AV 
01-25-220-009 COUNTY OF LAKE 

38. 06 25315 W HAWTHORNE AV 
01-25-220-410 LILLIAN GARRITY 

38.06 25303 W HAWTHORNE AV 
01-25-300-020 THOMAS A A ETHEL BR0DER1CK ' 

U 16.9& 39OII N SHERIDAN RD 
01-25-305-010 TEOFIL SZUBA 

75.52 25673 W HIGHLAND AV 
OI-25-308-OO2 THEODORE C A MYRTLE G STANEK 

7.01 26621 W GRASS LAKE RD 
O1-25-400-O01 MR A WIS KENNETH MEYER 

861.. 9"' 39>>3B N OAK AV 
0I-25-40I-OI0 R; ( MRS KENNETH MEYER 

58.01 391*37 N RENA AV 
01-25-1*01-011 MR A MRS KENNETH MEYER 

58.01 39427 N RENA AV 
01-25-401-012 MR I MRS KENNETH MEYER 

58.01 39419 N RENA AV 
01-25-1.01-019 MR A MRS KENNETH MEYER 

37.17 39444 N OAK AV 
01-25-401-020 MARIE PALMER 

676.06 25*88 W RICHMOND AV 
01-25-401-02) MR A MRS KENNETH MEYER 
65.35 25474 W RICHMOND AV 
01-25-1)01-022 MR A MRS KENNETH MEYER 
58.01 25460 W RICHMOND AV 
01 -25-40 1 42 1 MA A MRS KENNETH MEYER 
htffc.tj 25450 W RICHMOND AV 
1-25-40 1-0" "♦ MN A MRS KENNETH MEYER 
1/.08.OI 25438 W RICHMOND AV 
01-25-40>~u04 CAROLINE A WINKELMANN 
74.34 39471 N HICKORY AV 
01-25-403-OOfi CHARLES • ELSIE KWPF 
37.17 39439 N HICKORY AV 
01-25-403-009 CHARLIS t A ELSIE M KIAPF 
37.17 39431 N HICKORY AV 



EILEEN E 
00 40503 

EILEEN E 
00 40493 
NORMAN A 
67 40307 
JAMES J t 

14 25070 W GRASS LAKE RD 
CAROL A RIETSCHEL 

15 40065 N CIRCLE AV 
CAROL A RIETSCHEL 

19 40079 N CIRCLE AV 
JAKES LUMBER 
94 25441 W CRESCENT PL 
STEVEN R A 5ANDRA J CHINN 
04 25850 W KATHRYN DR 
STEVE CHINN 
,30 25860 W KATHRYN OR 

STEVEN R A SANDRA CHINN 
.60 25870 W KATHRYN DR 

RANDALL F TRUNK 
•04 39537 N HIGHVIEW DR 

RICHARD FILIPEK 
.OB 39554 N CHANNEL VIEW DR 

RANDALL F TRUNK 
.74 39547 N HIGHVIEW DR 

THOMAS F SANTINO 
.96 HARBOR RIDGE DR 

THOMAS F SANTINO 
.56 HARBOR RIDGE DR 

THOMAS F SANTINO 
.27 HARBOR RIDGE OR 

THOMAS F SANTINO 
.15 HARBOR RIDGE DR . 

LAWRENCE E A PHYLLIS A LOEF 
•94 25358 W HICHWOODS DR 

JERI AUGUST 
•97 25427 W GOLFVIEW AV 

JERI AUGUST 
.43 25423 W GOLFVIEV AV 

JAMES A PAMELA IZENSTARK 
.46 39643 N CIRCLE AV 

ANTON OSCHIDA 
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ANTON OSCHIDA 
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SCOTT W A MARY C THE EL 
.22 39600 N LAKE CENTER BLVD 

BARRY A CAROL VAN PATTEN 

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79.08 39752 N PEARL ST 
-26-209-021 ANITA M OSBORNE 

55-34 39686 N PEARL ST 
-26-400-010 THOMAS J A JUDITH A SEDLBAUER 

221.04 39337 N HILLSIDE AV 
-26-403-001 WILLIAM R SCHELLENBERGER 

45. 76 39336 N SHORE AV 
-26-404-001 WILLIAM R SCHELLENBERGER 

758.94 39321 N CHANNEL AV 
-26-404-001. WILLIAM R SCHELLENBERGER 
38.06 26216 U ALEXANDER AV 
-26-404-4)05 WILLIAM R SCHELLENBERGER 
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-26-404-006 WILLIAM R SCHELLENBERGER 

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-26-408-OOB ROSELLA M SCHUGART 

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-26-409-005 HARVE R A CEARLENE STRAHETZ 

301.78 39197 N WILLOW LN 
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411.59 39183 N WILLOW LN 
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742.25 7206 OXFORD CIR 
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596.62 GRASS LAKE RO 
-28-402-003 DONALD SANDERS 

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-28-403-008 MORTON ENGLE 

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-28-404-019 GERARD G A CRYSTAL OENNING 

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-33-100-724 AL MATTHEWS 

263.49 391 IERHUDA COLONY 
-33-IOO-76O MR A MRS MICHAEL S BOVA 

484.50 436 NASSAU COLONY 
-33-100-799 GAYFORD W A NARY A PR! SCOTT 

286.35 481 OAK HILL COLONY 
-33-100-822 ROBERT E ROGERS 

572.70 4912 OAK HILL COLONY 
-33-100-856 DAN W WYNKOOP 

293.12 53& OAK HILL COLONY 
-33-100-881 PHILIP J A MAY N MOLE* 
• 130.32 559 VAIL COLONY RD 
-33-100-924 R.L. iAUHCARTNER 

747.74 602 ASPEN COLONY 
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1.035.33 CRASS LAKE RO 
-33-301-001 RAND ASSOC. INC 

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26.58 STATE PARK RD 
01-33-301-003 RAND ASSOC, INC 

26,58 384B3 N STATE PARK RO 
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26.58 38481 N STATE PARK RD 
01-33-301-005 RAND ASSOC. INC 

26. 58 38477 H STATE PARK RD 
OI-33-30I-OO6 RAND ASSOC, INC 

26.58 38473 N STATE PARK RO 
01-33-301-007 RAND ASSOC, INC 

31.74 28968 W BENJAMIN AV 
01-33-301-008 RAND ASSOC, INC 

31.74 28960 W BENJAMIN AV 
01-33-301-009 RAND ASSOC, INC 

31.74 28950 W BENJAMIN AV 
01-33-301-010 RAND ASSOC, INC 

31.74 28938 W BENJAMIN AV 
01-33-301-076 DAVID A A LINDA R SHEEDLO 

1,139.20 GREENLEAF PL 
01-33-302-002 HARRIS TRUST A SAVINGS BANK TR '40024 

20.66 28552 W TROUT AV SPRING GROVE 60081 

01-33-302-003 HARRI5 TRUST A SAVINGS BANK TR 40024 



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01-33-306-001 THOMAS A KURGAN 

26.90 38445 N CHANNEL DR 
01-33-306-002 THOMAS A KURGAN 

26.90 38433 N CHANNEL DR 
OI-33-306-O03 THOMAS A KURGAN 

26.90 38425 N CHANNEL DR 
01-33-316-006 CONSTANCE A WIELONSKI 

20.00 38209 N WATTS AV 
01-33-321-021 DONALD RANKIN 

495.62 38126 N OEWEY ST 
01-33-32 t-022 DONALD RANKIN 

26.90 38120 N DEWEY ST ' 
01-33-321-O24 BJORN A TRACY HANSEN 

26.90 38IOO N DEWEY ST 
01-33-321-026 BJORN A TRACY HAN5EN 

26.90 38078 N DEWEY ST 

01-33-322-045 LEO J A FLORENCE V POLIHSKI 

264.46 36010 N WATTS AV 
01-33-324-008 JOSEPH C KOVARIK 

26.90 36035 N NIPPERSINK ST 
01-33-324-016 WILLIAM C THOMAS 

26.90 38050 N BURTON AV 
01-33-324-417 WILLIAM C THOMAS 

26.90 38040 N BURTON AV 
01-33-324-019 WILLIAM C THOMAS 

26.90 36028 N BURTON AV 
01-33-324-020 WILLIAM C THOMAS 

26.90 3602 2 N BURTON AV 
01-33-325-007 THOMAS G S 

13.45 38031 N 
01-33-325-008 THOMAS G A 

13.45 38025 N 
01-33-325-009 THOMAS C A 

13.45 38O17 N 
OI-33-325-OI5 THOMAS G A 

13.45 3BOI8 N 
01-33-325-O16 THOMAS G A 

13.45 38012 N 
01-33-325-017 THOMAS G A 

13.45 38OO6 N 
01-33-326-003 EDWARD TRYBUS 

26.90 38077 N LEE AV 
01-33-326-005 EDWARD TRYBUS 

268.74 38063 N LEE AV 
OI-33-326-OI6 DONALD BARONOWSKI 

33.14 38026 N DEWEY ST 
01-33-326-017 DONALD BARONOWSK.I 

22.52 38024 N DEWEY ST 
01-33-327-001 PETER J A JANET L LISHAMER 

314.96 38147 N OEWEY ST 
01-33-327-002 PETER J A JANET L LISHAMER 

308.4) 38137 N DEWEY ST 
01-33-327-017 JAMES F SPELLAN 

13.45 38172 N HAROLD PL 
01-33-327-018 JAMES F SPELLAN 

296.84 3B155 N DEWEY ST 
01-33-407-006 EDWARD J A BETTY J HOGAN 

58.14 38432 N 7TH AV 
01-33-407-013 FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN 

765.41 38480 N 7TH AV 
01-33-410-001 FRANK E A PATRICIA A DUBBERKE 

1,504.18 28357 W STEWART AV 
01-33-411-009 JAMES W BECKER 

320.79 38280 N 6TH ST 
01-33-413-004 K ROSNER J ROSNER 

25.30 3B331 N 7TH AV 

01-33-413-005 K ROSNER J ROSNER 

196.84 38323 N 7TH AV 

OI-34-IO3-OI3 RICHARD F SCHULTZ 

58.14 38623 N LAKE SHORE DR 
OI-34-IO9-OO7 HAROLD H SCHLOSSER 

432.86 38692 N HILLANDALE DR 
01-34-1 10-004 D0L1N A HIRSCH 

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01-34-1 11-011 FRANK WILLERS 

166.87 3B644 N VI he lane AV 
01-34-112-002 HAROLD N DUFFY 

397-24 3B654 N STONEGATE RD 
01-34-112-009 MAE SMALTZ 

442.46 27530 W ASHLAND AV SPRING GROVE 6008l 
01-34-1 12-010 CHICAGO TITLE AND TRUST AS TRUSTEE 

58.14 27520 W ASHLAND AV SPRING GROVE 6OO8T 
01-34-113-005 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

47. 4B 38583 N KONEN AV 
OI-34-II3-OO6 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

47. 4B 38575 N KONEN AV 
01-34-113-014 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

47.48 38624 N LINCOLN AV 
OI-34-II3-OI5 GILBERT * ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

47. 4B 36618 N LINCOLN AV 
01-34-113-016 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

47.46 38612 N LINCOLN AV 
01-34-113-024 JAMES P GORMAN 

23.74 3B530 N LINCOLN AV 
OI-34-II3-O25 JAMES P GORMAN 

23.74 38520 N LINCOLN AV 
OI-34-II3-O26 JAMES P GORMAN 

23.74 38512 N LINCOLN AV 
01-34-114-003 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 

87.52 38611 N LINCOLN AV 
01-34-115-002 AMBROSE B A TERESA A LOPRESTI 

65-00 38585 N FOREST AV 
OI-34-II5-OO3 AMBROSE B A TERESA A LOPRESTI 

65.00 38575 N FOREST AV 
OI-34-II8-OOI JANES P GORMAN 

43.76 38565 N LINCOLN AV 
01-34-118-002 JAMES P GORMAN 

43.76 365*9 N LINCOLN AV 
OI-34-II8-OO3 JANES P GORMAN 

43.76 36539 N LINCOLN AV 
OI-34-II8-OO7 JAMES P CORJUN 

43.76 27831 W GREENWOOD AV 
01-34-1 18-008 JAMES P GORMAN 

. 43.76 27825 W GREENWOOD AV 
01-34-I20-O07 MICHAEL S A 27575 W KOLLNAN 

329.34 27575 W FLAMINGO LN 
01-34-120-008 JAMES P GORMAN 

6.55 27562 W GREENWOOD AV 
01-34-120-011 GILBERT A ELIZABETH MEISGEIER 
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21 .%Ai 27963 W GRASS LAKE 
01-36-203-OBO ROYCE V MYERS 

177.0* 27967 W CRASS LAKE RD 
01-3^-203-099 JOSEPH P KASKY 

375.28 27883 * CRASS LAKE RO 
01-36-205-100 JOSEPH P KASKY 

38.06 27879 W CRASS LAKE RD 
01-3b-203-tQl JOSEPH P KASKY 

38.06 27875 W GRASS LAKE RD 
01-3V-203-I02 JOSEPH P KASKY 

38.06 27871 W CRASS LAKE RO 
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01_3fc-203-110 ROYCE V MYERS 

bb.GO 27200 W SUNSET AV 
OI_3fc-203-m ROYCE V MYERS 

61. 00 27196 U SUNSET AV 
01-36-203-113 ROYCE: V MYERS 

2b. bO 27180 W SUNSET AV 

01-36-203-116 JOHN E sihms 

16b. 07 27172 W SUNSET AV 
01-36-203-126 JOSEPH P KASKY 

66.00 2707b W SUNSET AV 
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bb.00 27070 W SUNSET AV 
I-36-3OI-OOI J WATTS K WILTBERGER 

58.1b 38b80 N 6TH AV 
l-3fc-301-003 MICHAEL A IEGOOD 

b09.10 3866b N 6TH AV 
1-34-301-004 MICHAEL A LECOOD 

58. tb 38b$2 N 6TH AV 
1-36-302-001 DONALD 6 ANN ONOO 

29.07 38b79 n 6TH AV 

t-3b-302-002 DONALD A ANN ONOO 
29*07 38b7t N 6TH AV 
1-36-302-012 LINDA J NEVER IN 

58.1b 38377 N 6TH AV 
1-34-306-018 DAVID R HANSEN 

6.1b 38b3b N 3RD AV 
1-36-305-006 OEIORAH S I MICHAEL J STANLEY 

882.18 3Bb33 N 3RD AV 
1-34-305-013 COUNTY OF LAKE 

b7.bB 38b7b N BRIAR RD 
1-36-305-021 BERNE A JANE MONCRIEF 

799*90 3B3BO N BRIAR RD 
1-3^-307-013 00L1N A HIRSCH 

b7.bB 27566 V STONECATE RD 
|_34-30?-014 DOLIN I HIRSCH 

b7.b8 2755b W STONECATE RD 
1-3b-309-00b WAITER F A RUTH A SCHMID 

58.1b 3Bb09 N BRIAR RD 
1-3^-309-011 WALTER F t RUTH A SCHMID 

675. 3b 27686 W ROWE AV 
1-3^-309-019 WALTER F A RUTH A SCHMID 
58.16 27696 W ROWE AV / 
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58.1b 3837b N IITTERSWtET PL 
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157.52 38329 N PRIMROSE PATH 
t-j4-J12-0l4 CATHERINE E HAACHETTI 

783.06 38325 N PRIMROSE PATH 
1-36-31 3-009 COUNTY OF LAKE 

12.80 38282 N 6TH AV 
01-3b-31b-005 RALPH W OLStN 

58.1b 38323 N 6TH AV 
01-36-316-007 ALLWYR K ONSTAD 

58.1b 3B309 N bTH AV 

J4-3 16-008 ALLWYR K ONSTAO 

107.68 38287 N bTH AV 

3L-31&-0I8 RANDELL UNDERWOOD 

58.16 3B316 N 3RD AV 

36-316-019 RANDELL UNDERWOOD 

26O.O8 38310 N 3RD AV 

3b-317-021 LASALLE NATIONAL RANK TN 3376 

23.7b 38280 H BRIAR RD 
.3L-317-O22 LASALLE NATIONAL BANK TR 3378 

23.7b 38272 N BRIAR RD 
.3t-3tB-Ol3 HARJORIE J HARTMAN 
186.68 38261 N BRIAR RD 
■36-319-002 THOMAS POCRNICH 

29.07 3«3?9 N DAWN CIR EAST 
-3b-319-003 THOMAS POCRNICH 

' 310.61 3B37b N DAWN CIR EAST 
.34-319-020 JOSEPH S A NORMA L GERACI 
31.68 38312 N OAWM CIR EAST 
.34-319-025 KR I ST I HA F BL0MQU1ST 

56.14 36270 N DAWN CIR EAST 
-3b-325-010 ROGER WILLQUCHBV 

56.1b 38tbl N 3RD AV 
-3b-326-OI9 MANUEL KOZLOWSKI 

5.2b 36160 N 1ST AV 
-34-327-005 MICHAEL F A MARY E ELLIOTT 

650.57 38201 N 1ST AV 
-3b-328-O07 FRANK E A PATRICIA A DUBBERKE 

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-36-328-010 FRANK E I PATRICIA A DUBBERKE 

b02.b5 27901 W LAKE SHONE OR 
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176.2b 27879 W LAKE SHORE OR 
-34-338-014 ALICIA BIERMAN 

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1-36-329-019 ELIZABETH % A ROBERT W RE I CHERT 



979.62 27657 W LAKE SHONE OR 

1-35-102-010 MR A MRS JAMES F MILLER 

38.06 26602 W STONEGATE DR 

1-35-102-011 MR A MRS JAMES F MILLER 

38.06 2679b W STONEGATE OR 

1-35- 106-003 DOLIN A HIRSCH 

67.60 26721 W STONECATE DR 
I-35-2OO-O07 CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST AS TRUSTEE 

66.16 36559 N FOX LAKE ' 
1-35-202-OlB SEARS BANK A TRUST CO TR 701325 
I.68O.OO 36603 N DREXEL ILVO 
-35-202-OI9 SAMUEL A GUANCI 

1.159*56 36593 n OREXEL BLVO 
-35-203-001 SALVADOR A DOROTHY SUAREZ 

62.62 26120 W PARK AV 
-35-205-O3I CHARLES A QUILICO 

65.16 38910 H DREXEL BLVD 
-35-208-OOB DOLIN A HIRSCH 

45.16 26621 W HARLEM AV 
15-213-002 ELVIN MEYER 

601.71 3*761 N HILLTOP AV 
35-213-003 ELVIN MEYER 

211.62 38733 N HILLTOP AV 
35-213-013 LOWELL A PATRICIA SIMONSON 

55.90 38655 N HILLTOP AV 
15-2 I5-OOI CANLETTE F MAZAR 

55.90 38617 N HILLTOP AV 
»5-30b-O17 CHARLES A JUAN1TA TRAVIS 

653*62 36620 N LAKESIDE PL 
15-304-020 JOHN A CARD IS 

769*60 3»390 N LAKESIDE PL 
(5-304-042 LEONARD A JANET NEUBAUER 

67*60 38160 N LAKESIOE PL 
f5-304-O43 FRANK KARLOVITZ 

100.96 38156 N LAKESIDE PL 



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PERM. IND. NUM/ NAME/ 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

01-35-306-075 TIHOTHY A ROBIN W CWINN 

2b. OB 26762 W BENES RD 
01-35-30b-O77 TIMOTHY A ROBIN W GWIHN 

2b. 08 267U W BENES RO 
01-35-304-10? TIMOTHY C SCHNEIDER 

257.56 381B1 N BOLTON PL 
O1-35-30b-1O7 THOMAS C A LEONA J PREXLER 

3b6.1b 38 137 N BOLTON PL 
OI-35-30B-OII MICHAEL BARRETT 

348.56 38237 N LAKESIOE PL 
01-35-bOO-OOI CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST AS TRUSTEE 

62.06 3B391 N DREXEL BLVD 
01-35-600-002 CHICAGO TITLE A TRUST AS TRUSTEE 

57.72 38250 N LAKESIDE PL 
01-35-601-003 MIDWEST PROPERTIES 

19.03 26488 W MICHIGAN BLVO 



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02-06-209-001 

26 
02-06-302-008 

92 
02-06-302-012 

bO 

O2-O8-3O6-O20 

1,266 

02-0B-306-O22 

66 

O2-OB-306-023 

2,382 

02-08-306-066 

99 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

1ST FINANCIAL SAVINGS A LOAN 
.56 ANITA AV 



JOSEF A MARY STRAW CH 
.57 ORCHARD ST 

JOSEF I MARY STRAMICH 
.93 ORCHARD ST 

DOUGLAS A ELAINE DL50H 
.18 891 MAIN ST 

WILLI AH GEORGESON 
.62 MAIN ST 

WILLIAM GEORGrSON 
.62 B99 MAIN SI 

THOMAS G A ANNA M RHODES 
.52 DEPOT ST 



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01-35-602-013 PARKWAY BANK A TRUST COMPANY TR 5517 



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1.681 .52 38bl7 N DREXEL BLVD 
01-35-602-021 GENE VOIGHT 

1.232.9b 38379 N DREXEL BLVD 
01-35-603-003 FRANK HCCALL 

30.3b 26676 W MICHIGAN BLVD 
02-02-400-004 W G GRAEF 

823.98 20201 W NORTH AV 
02-02-600-007 W C GRAEF 

3.959*38 b330b N HWY b5 
02-Ob-305-OOb FRANK J A MARGARET WATERS 

83b. 90 292 MAPLEWOOD DR 
02-Ob-bOO-01 I LAWRENCE W ANDERSON 
2,444.88 22133 W NORTH AV 
02-05-300-Obb BERNARD J A LUCIENNE M GUHTY 

2,620.82 5bb MAIN ST 
02-O5-300-O46 ARNOLD F LUBKEMAN 

2,382.62 665 NORTH AV 
02-05-302-001 JACK MODJESKI 

122.97 23755 W KA1RYS ST 
02-05-302-002 JACK MODJESKI 

33.22 23761 W KAIRYS ST 
02-05-302-006 JACK MODJESKI 

1.616.99 6321b N HWY 83 
02-05-302-007 JACK MODJESKI 

316.51 63172 N HWY 83 

O2-O5-b0 1-005 RAYMOND BRUHA 

3O3.8O 105 LAKE CT 
02-O5-*01-012 GLENN R A JEAN H CEDERQUIST 

686.16 206 FOREST CT 
02-05-601-061 WILLIAM R A JOAN JONES 

599*37 303 NORTH AV 
02-05-402-021 DONALO W TRELEAVEN 

I, 26b. 62 116 TIMBER LN 
O2-O5-402-O4O STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH 

1,03b. 85 IBB OAKWOOD DR 
O2-O5-A02-052 STEPHEN K A DEBRA A OWENS 

99b. 88 110 OAKWOOD DR 
O2-O5-605-OO7 MAX BRUHNER 

2b. 38 ZEL1NGER LN 
02-05-b06-OOb JOSEPH GAWERECKI 

782.12 201 OAKWOOD DR 
02-05-406-030 RALPH R A MILDRED R HASSLER 

462.15 165 OAKWOOD OR 
O2-O5-6O6-O39 PHILIP J LANGHOF 

22.08 242 HICKORY IN 
02-05-bD6-Ob5 THOHAS L CRICKTON 
327-42 270 HICKORY LN 
02-05-607-021 GERHARD A BRIGITTE HAUGK 

743.58 263 CEDARWOOD LN 
O2-O5-6O7-O23 WAYNE A BOYSDN 

153.62 277 CEDARWOOD IN 
02-05-607-030 THOMAS J A MAUREEN K RC INT1RE 

153-62 323 CEDARWOOD LN 
O2-O5-6O7-O37 JEFFREY R KALBAS 

153*62 202 BRIDCEWOOD DR 
02-05-608-002 EDGAR J A RUTH JOHNSTON 

882.38 205 BRIDCEWOOD DR 
02-05-609-026 SIMON KROYLAIDIS 
261.76 260 SUNSET LN 
02-05-41 1-0 1 7 SUSAN J TAYLOR 

1.495,16 236 CEDARWOOD LN 
02-05-612-001 WILLIAM J WILTON 

615.2b 257 LAKEWOOD DR 
02-05-412-002 MICHAEL J BREYTSPRAAK 

399.19 368 BIRCHWOOD DR 
02-05-612-011 ALBERT C BENES 

1.321.96 426 BIRCHWOOD DR 
02-05-612-038 ARNOLD L WENCKA 

361.96 512 MAPLEWOOD DR 
02-05-6 13-015 DENNIS MURPHY 

22b. 16 471 BIRCHWOOD DR 
02-05-615-012 PAUL M A PATRICIA A NEURAUTER 

723.66 317 LAKEWOOD OR 
02-05-615-018 RICK STEVENS 

599 -3b 359 LAKEWOOD DR 
02-05-617-002 ROBERT G VANCA 

1,096.80 383 OAKWOOD DR 
02-05-617-019 THOHAS H A MARLYCE HOHAN 

160.82 373 MAPLEWOOD OR 
O2-O5-6 17-036 MICHAEL W GANTER 
2.019.1b 99 E NORTH AV 
02-06-302-OOb RONALD G ZIMMERMAN 

1.411.20 24092 W ISLAND DR 



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O2-OB-307-O33 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 85-149 

258.12 601 LAKE ST 
02-06-307-03b STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 85-1b9 

2,963.36 397 CHANNEL LAKE RD 
02-08-309-023 LESLIE A JEAN MORRIS 

9.57 FILLWEBER CT 
02-O6-309-O25 GERTRUDE SHOCK TESS 
1,656.7b 1007 SPAFFORD ST 
02-08-309-057 THEODORE J A FRANCES K DE ROUSSE 

710.75 101b VICTORIA ST 
02-08-309-059 THOHAS F A CATHY G DE FER 

683. 99 1026 VICTORIA ST 
02-08-310-008 VASFI A DORIS HUEOIWI 

1,050.82 948 HA IN ST 
02-08-310-037 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 76-142 

1.96b. 52 968 MAIN ST 
02-08-310-038 WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK TR 76-142 

268. 52 MAIN ST 
02-06-310-065 WILLIAM E BROOK 
1.58K 08 1012 MAIN ST 
02-08-310-056 WILLIAM E BROOK 

61.98 MAIN ST 
02-O8-311-O01 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 8J-190 

906.65 959 HA IN ST 
02-08-31 1-016 WILLIAM GEORGESON 

1,610.66 270 PARK ST 
02-06-316-026 DONALD D A KATHRYN CARDEN 

1,361.72 1026 BISHOP ST 
02-O6-60O-002 KENNETH A ATHANSA R JANDULA 

163.07 23125 W DEPOT ST 
02-O6-60O-005 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ILLINOIS INC 

2,639-30 HC MILLEN RD 
02-O6-60O-O06 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ILLINOIS INC 

1.22b. 66 fit MILLEN RD 
02-06-601-006 JOHN A A MARY A FRIES 
919.06 62660 N RINEAR RD 
O2-O8-6O5-OI6 VIRGINIA GEFVERT 
b, 62b. Ob 999 ANITA AV 
02-06-605-015 VIRGINIA GEFVERT 

191.35 ANITA AV 
02-08-605-017 VIRGINIA GEFVERT 

2,863.80 60 IDA AV 
02-08-405-0 IB VIRGINIA GEFVERT 

191.35 BARTLETT AV 
O2-O6-609-OI3 DAVID A SUSAN FIELDER 

306.20 1053 BISHOP ST 
02-OB-609-OI6 DAVID I SUSAN FIELDER 

663.69 1055 BISHOP ST 
O2-O9-30O-O01-O01O WASTE MANAGEHENT OF ILLINOIS 

2,698. 60 LITTLE SILVER LAKE RO 
02-09-300-OOl-OOn WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ILLINOIS 

I65. 16 LITTLE SILVER LAKE RO 
O2-O9-3OO-OO2-OOIO WASTE MANAGEHENT OF ILLINOIS 

1.797.60 22903 W DEPOT ST 
O2-O9-3OO-OO2-OOII WASTE MANAGEHENT OF ILLINOIS 

163.96 22903 W DEPOT ST 
02-09-300-003-0010 WASTE MANAGEHENT OF ILLINOIS 
1,576.62 22805 W DEPOT ST 

02-09-300-003-4011 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ILLINOIS INC 

161.60 22805 W DEPOT ST 
O2-O9-3OO-OII WASTE MANAGEMENT OF ILLINOIS INC 

82.60 LITTLE SILVER LAKE RD 
02-09-302-001 KURT A DEBORAH A FREY 

316.60 22706 W NIDGE DR 
02-09-302-002 KURT A DEBORAH A FREY 

20.66 22692 W RIDGE DR 
02-09-305-009 JAKES A MERLE BRANDT 

23.02 22696 W SILVER LAKE AV 
02-09-305-010 JAHES W A MERLE S BRANDT 

69.66 22666 W SILVER LAKE AV 
02-09-305-016 JAHES W t MERLE B BRANDT 

735.60 22678 W SILVER LAKE AV ANTIOCH 

O2-09-305-OI7 JAHES W A HERLE B BRANDT 

32.58 22676 W SILVER LAKE AV ANTIOCH 

02-O9-307-OI0 JAHES W I HERLE B BRANDT 

89.66 22675 W SILVER LAKE AV ANTIOCH 

O2-II-30O-OO3-OO2I STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 81-112 

535. B7 62100 N HWY 65 ANTIOCH 



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02-06-600-008-0021 FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN I 

297.39 WILHOT RD 
02-07-201-033 FRANK L JUZW1K 

59.06 762 HILLSIDE AV 
O2-O7-6OO-OO7 ROBERT W KOESTER 

60.06 26670 W HWY 173 
02-07-600-OOB MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 1)6 1 

9,666.66 880 W TIFFANY RD 
02-07-600-009 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 1161 

1,771.80 BBO W TIFFANY RD 
02-07-600-019 ANTIOCH BOWLING LANE5 

19.863.22 750 W HWY 173 
O2-O7-6OI-O87 DONALD E GU5TAFS0H 
I.O67.O6 906 HILLSIDE AV 
02-07-606-001 PAUL B A EILEEN NAG I NOT 

2.899.58 532 LAKE ST 
02-08-I0I-O38 JAMES A A- JANET WILLIAMS 

756*66 689 1ST ST 
02-08-108-017 WALTER W A CAROL L OELANEY 

115*79 PHILLIPS CIR 
02-06-108-019 MARTIN S VASEK 

2,287*96 617 PHILLIPS CIR 
02-08-109-006 RUTH E B0BZ1EN 

939-7* 525 WINSOR DR 
O2-0B-I09-O12 RUTH E BOBZIEN 

121.68 CHERI LN 
02-06-109-022 DENNIS A OCONNELL 

1.559.66 125 CHERI LN 
02-08-109-026 JOSEPH RUSH 

3.155.86 161 CHERI LN 
02-08-109-036 MR A MRS ERNEST V WEST 

795*16 672 MAIN ST 
02-08-109-066 RHODE A LYNCH 

27.69 706 MAIN ST 
02-08-112-003 RONALD L AKINS 

1.156.80 749 BLACKMAN TEN 
02-08-112-012 JOHN BOARINI 
61.18 TURNER DR 
O2-O6-203-OII DONALD J ABBOTT 
601.36 566 GARYS DR 
02-06-206-002 DAVID J A CINDNIC M DZIKI - 

1,027.69 507 GARYS OR . 
■02-08--205-O16 FREDERICK A A CAROLE RAKONCAY 
1.793.BB 579 LONG VIEW DR 



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1,079.05 
02-12-300-002-0011 

166.50 
02-12-600-002-0010 HARCARET 

2,369.96 
02-12-400-002-0011 

1,632.58 
O2-I2-60O-OO3-OO2I 

199.06 
02- I 4- 100-00 1-00 10 STATE 

392.70 
O2-I6-1OO-OO1-O011 
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42404 N HWY 65 
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62606 N HWY 65 



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BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 81-112 
20556 W HWY 173 
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20906 W WHITE 
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20906 V WHITE RO 
O2-I5-20O-406-OOIO PARKWAY BANK A TRUST CO TR l62£ 

2,653.76 21266 W HWY 173 
02-15-300-003 AVERY BRABENDER 

631 .68 61259 N DEEP LAKE RD 
02-15-300-006-0010 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR 85-155 

832.61 21613 W HWY 173 
O2-15-300-006-O011 5TATE BANK OF AHTIOCH TR 65-155 

618.38 21613 W HWY 173 
02-15-300-005 ROBERT HORTON 

286.67 21561 W HWY 173 
02-16-105-002 HICHAEL R A TAMMY L BRADY 

7*92 22866 W HWY 173 
02-16-302-010 JIM R A LINDA NEWCOMB 

52*06 22678 W WASHINGTON ST 



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02-1'-303-OOB JIMMIE R A 

52.06 22617 W 

02-16-603-007 BRUNO BUCK 

108.27 61069 N LAKE RO 
02-16-603-015 BRUNO RUCK 

36.73 61057 N HOOK CIR 

02-17-101-021 LYLE A CAROL WILLIAMSON 

1,077.68 1090 MAIN ST 
02-17-109-008 LAKEVIEW HILLS RACQUET CLUB INC 

79.20 2356 1 W MARGATE TEN 
02-17-109-009 LAKEVIEW HILLS RACQUET CLUB LTD 

10,921.86 61482 N HWY 83 
02-17-200-007 ANTIOCH TRUST COMPANY TR 10-277 

3,268.30 HWY' 173 
02-17-201-001 OAVIO A SUSAN FIELDER 

22.66 BISHOP ST 
02-17-301-033 PAUL A EILEEN MAG I NOT 
2,271.70 6 1 376 N SURAYA DR 



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AMOUNT 

02-17-301-036 CARY L t 

3,225.6!* lit 338 H SURAYA DR 
02-17-304-010 CHARLES L DAVtS 

7V6.78 23807 W BAYVIfW RO 
02-17-30UOI2 JOHN F & DOROTHY RQMER 

712.27 23659 W BAYVtEW RD 
02-17-305-012 DEHNIS A t LAURA J LOE 

158.38 HUB N 1ST ST 
02-17-305-013 DENNIS A t LAURA J LOE 

1.135.32 M132 N 1ST ST 
02-17-305-015 JOYCE t DONOVAN 

4.94 I>1 108 N 1ST ST 
02-18-403-021 FRANK D MERLO 

1,071.51 t* 1 1 2 1 N PRAIRIE AV 
02-13-200-017 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 
361.16 40&47 N PRAIRIE AV 
02-19-200-025 AROEN W £ ALICE E HANSEN 

1,910.62 1.0588 N PRAIRIE AV 
02-19-202-016 URSULA D CORNY 

1.188.26 M58U N HWY 59 
02-19-300-008 THOMAS F SANTINO 

43.428.98 40220 N HWY 59 
O2-19-30O-OIO THOMAS F SANTINO 

I.093.U 21.801 W CRASS LAKE RD 
,02-19-300-019 THOMAS f SANTINO 
3, 8I1I. 39 40050 N HWY 59 
O2-I9-3OO-O2O THOMAS F SANTINO 

2,444.42 24903 N CRASS LAKE RO 
02-19-301-OOB CHICAGO TITLE 4 TRUST TR 

79,47 40273 N LAKE BLVO 
02-19-302-004 CEORCE D £ ALISON K SWEETING 

2,251.96 40606 N SUN5ET OR 
02-19-400-025 DENNIS V ( JANET M HAWKS 
144.18 24137 W GRASS LAKE RD 
02-20-203-003 PROFESSOR D MARGRET 

320.96 23016 W LAKEVIEW AV 
02-20-207-011 JUNE M i JAMES L SCHL05S 

54,10 40629 N HWY 83 
02-20-207-012 JUNE M A JAMES L SCHLOSS 

54.10 40623 N HWY 83 
02-20-400-015 IRVING E BUCHTA 

1.397*56 23226 W CRASS LAKE RD 
02-20-401-019 WILLIAM GEORGE50N 
2,085.54 40173 N HWY 83 
02-21-102-007 LILLIAN M GOLONKA 

542.92 22969 W LAKE SHORE DR 

02-21-103-004 STANLEY GOLONKA 

153.95 22966 W LAKE SHORE DR 
O2-2I-IO3-OO5 MARESE PFING5TEN 

233.05 22964 W LAKE SHORE DR 
O2-2I-203-O28 SIMAS I STEFA KUZNICKAS 

10.85 40812 N DEEP LAKE RO 
02-21-204-007 HENRY A ANNA HARKENSEE 

23.02 409&2 N RIDCE CIR 
02-21-207-021 SAM CARDELLA 

93.92 22172 W SPRUCE DR 
02-21-209-005 FRIEDA F VARSALONA 

93.92 22235 W SPRUCE DR 
O2-2I-209-OO8 JOHN A BYCZEK 

87. 34 22205 W SPRUCE OR 
02-21-209-009 JOHN BYCZEK 

402.74 22183 W SPRUCE DR 
02-21-210-014 SHIRLEY A KING 

39.92 22080 W PINEVIEW 
02-21-210-015 SHIRLEY A KING 

39.92 22072 W PINEVIEW 
02-21-210-016 SHIRLEY A KING 

39.92 22062 W PINEVIEW 
02-21-210-020 FRIEDA F VARSOLONA 

79.84 22012 W PINEVIEW 
02-21-212-016 ROMAN PLESZKEWYCZ 

79.84 22062 W CEDAR OR 
02-21-212-021' TERRENCE M 

13.35 22103 W 

02-21-2 13-01B BERTHOLD R 

107.96 22224 W 

02-21-213-019 BERTHOLD R 

79.84 22214 W 

O2-2I-2I3-O2O JAMES J MAZER 

351.41 22206 W NORTH DR 
02-21-213-021 JAMES J MAZER 

351.41 22184 W NORTH OR 
02-2 1-2 14-00) JOSEPH D BERKE 

79.84 22117 W CEDAR DR 
02-2 1-2 I4-O02 JOSEPH BERKE 

79.84 22103 W CEDAR DR 
02-21-302-012 TERSENA L LETTERI 

41.8.18 40260 N SHADY LANE DR 
02-21-400-034 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF 

2,899-04 40160 N DEEP LAKE RD 
02-21-401-0)1 C PAXTON L FURRER 

.16 22327 W 5ARANA DR 
C PAXTON L FURRER 
.16 22321 W SARANA DR 
ft WEBER 5 RAMIC 
.52 22241 W NORTH DR 
M WEBER S RAMIG 
48.52 22233 W NORTH DR 
02-21-402-013 M WEBER S RAMIG 

2 7-48 22229 W NORTH DR 
02-21-402-014 M WEBER S RAMIG 

203.72 22225 W NORTH DR 
02-21-402-026 DAVID C I 5HERYL L BOGAERTS 
24.26 22234 W CALVIN DR 

O2-2I-403-OO5 DAVID H MINJO 

1,383.32 22147 W NORTH DR 
02-2I-403-O06 DAVID H MINTO 

1,383.32 22135 W NORTH DR 
02-21-403-007 DAVID H MINTO 

1,314.19 22129 W NORTH OR 
02-21-403-008 DAVID H MINTO 

1.314.19 22119 W NORTH OR 
02-21-403-009 DAVID H MINTO 

1,383.32 22113 W NORTH OR 
02-21-403-010 DAVID H MINTO 

1.383.32 22093 W NORTH DR 
02-21-403-011 DAVID H MINTO 

1.383.32 22085 W NORTH DR 
02-21-403-019 DONALD I PAT PARKS 

365.99 22148 W CALVIN OR 
02-21-403-020 DONALD I PAT PARKS 

365.99 22136 W CALVIN DR 
02-21-403-023 AUGUST P SARCOL 

1.383.32 22114 W CALVIN OR 
02-21-404-007 RUTH M ft INTO 

757.20 22279 W CALVIN DR 
02-21-404-010 RUTH M MINTO 

1,361.09 22265 W CALVIN DR 
02-21-404-011 RUTH M MINTO 

1.361.09 22257 V CALVIN DR 
02-21-404-012 RUTH M MINTO 

1.361.09 22241 W CALVIN DR 
02-2 1-404-013 RUTH PI PI INTO 

1,361.09 22233 W CALVIN DR 
02-21-404-014 RUTH M MINTO 

1,3*1. 09 22225 W CALVIN OR 
02-21-404-415 RUTH R NINTO 

1,361.09 22221 W CALVIN OR 
02-21-404-017 RUTH N MINTO 

1.3&1.09 22300 W SARAMA DR 
02-21-404-018 RUTH M MINTO 

1,361.09 22280 W SARANA DR 
02-21-404-019 RUTH PI MINTO 

1,361.09 22276 W SARANA DR 



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PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

KATHLEEN A CYBUL 



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t GERTRUDE G HARRISON 

PINEVIEW DR 

t ELIZABETH S KUELLMAR 

NORTH DR 

t ELIZABETH S 

NORTH DR 



KUELLMAR 



42. 
02-21-401-012 

42, 
02-21-402-011 

48. 
02-21-402-012 



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O2-21-404-O20 

1. 361 

02-21-404-021 

1.361 
02-21-404-022 

1.361 
02-21-404-023 

1.361 
02-21-404-024 

1.361 
02-2 1-404-025 

1,361 
02-21-404-O26 

1.361 
02-21-404-027 

1,361 
02-21-405-005 

1,419 



NUM/ 

PROPERTY 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22272 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22264 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22256 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22242 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22234 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22226 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22220 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 
.09 22212 W SARANA DR 

RUTH M MINTO 

12 22147 W CALVIN DR 



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NAME/ 
PROPERTY I OCATION ADDRESS 



02-21-405-006 RUTH M MINTO 

1,4)9.12 22135 W CALVIN DR 
02-21-405-011 DAVID H MINTO 

1,302.36 22085 W CALVIN DR 
02-2I-405-O17 RUTH M MINTO 

1,419.12 22148 W 5ARANA OR 
O2-21-405-O18 RUTH M MINTO 

1.419.12 22136 W SARANA DR 
02-21-405-019 RUTH M MINTO 

1,419.12 22130 W SARANA DR 
02-21-405-020 RUTH M MINTO 

1,419.12 22)20 W SARANA DR 
02-21-405-021 RUTH M MINTO 

1,419.12 22114 W SARANA OR 
02-21-405-022 RUTH H MINTO 

1,419.12 22100 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-005 RUTH M MINTO 

1,383.32 22147 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-006 RUTH M MIMTD 

1,383.32 22135 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-007 RUTH M MINTO 

1,383.32 22129 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-OOB RUTH M MINTO 

1,383.32 22119 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-009 RUTH M MINTO 

1.383.32 22113 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-010 RUTH fl MINTO 

1.383.32 22099 W SARANA DR 
02-21-406-011 DAVID H MINTO 

1,383.32 22085 W SARANA OR 
02-21—1,06-018 HELEN V L0UGHL1N 

48.52 22148 W VIRELL DR 
02-21-406-021 RUTH M MINTO 

1,394.40 22120 W VIRELL DR 
02-21-407-006 COUNTY OF LAKE 

42.16 22369 W VIRELL DR 
02-21-407-006 COUNTY Of LAKE 

42.16 22345 W VIRELL OR 
02-21-407-035 MELVIN H RADFORD 

42.16 22226 W LOON DR 
02-21-407-040 COUNTY OF LAKE 

22.38 40326 N DONALD DR 
02-21—409-033 JOHN A NARY PIETRZAKOWSM 

48.52 22264 W LEE DR 
02-21-410-029 MICHAEL J t CAYLE M KORCZYK 

205.64 40176 N DONALD DR 
02-21-411-025 PENKA B 4 CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

1.30 40129 H DONALD DR 
02-21-411-042 ELMER C EWERT 

2?.46 40144 N DELL DR 
02-21-41 1-Q43 PENKA B I CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

1.40 40132 N DELL DR 
02-21-411-044 PENKA- B I CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK. 

1.40 40126 N DELL DR 
02-21-412-024 PENKA B A CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

2.47 40171 N DELL DR 
02-21-412-025 PENKA B I CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

.74 40159 N DELL DR 
02-21-412-026 WILLIAM BROWN 

.74 40)4g N DELL OR 
02-21-412-027 PENKA B A CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

.74 40133 « DELL DR 
02-21-412-028 PENKA B t CHESTER J PESEV-PAWLAK 

.74 40129 N DELL DR 
02-21-413-013 DOROTHY M WILSON 

25.58 40142 N DARROW DR 
02-2 1-413-014 DOROTHY M WILSON 

25.58 40132 N DARROW DR 
02-21-413-015 DOROTHY M WILSON 

46.52 40128 N DARROW DR 
O2-22-3OO-OI5 IRVING E BUCHTA 

1,460.24 40363 N FOX DR 
O2-24-30O-O03-OO11 JOHN H ME INERT 

63.75 19943 W MILLER RD 

02-24-300-004-0010 JOHN H I MARGARET F ME INERT 

481.13 1981) W MILLER RD 

O2-24-30O-O04-0O) ) JOHN H A MARGARET F ME INERT 

647.88 19B11 W MILLER RO 

02-24-402-005 LYNDEL T t ANNIE B MCCARLEY 

905.32 19:35 W MILLER RD 
O2-24-403-O03-O01O RONALD L A IRENE R TAYLOR 

585.64 40058 N HWY 45 

02-24-403-003-OOtt RONALD L A IRENE R TAYLOR 
170.31 40058 N HWY 45 

STATE OF ILLlS'OtS) 

) SS 
CCCNTY 01 LAKE ) 



1, Jack I.. Andorson, hereby certify thai I an County Treasurer 
i'ij E-.-ff f iclti County Colluctor of the County of Lake. In the Statu of 
II Unci*. and ak such the keeper uf the records of said officii and that 
the foregoing i» a Hit of delinquent lands and lots upon which l.i»'s 
rcaairt unpaid and duo for the year or years 1910 through 1985 both 
inclusive, together with the ovNor'i nine, if known, and the anounl of 
lax dun thereon. 



Dated at Vaukrgan, Lake County, Illinois this 6th day of 
Kovenbrr. A.D. 1986. 



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LAKE VILLA 60046 
LAKE VILLA 60046 
LAKE VILLA 60046 



^JACK I.. ANDERSON 

COl'KTY TREASURER AND 

F.\-orricio col'ntv collector 



1186B-U8-AR 
November 13, 1986 



STATE or ILLINOIS) 

) ss 

COL'KTY OF LAKE t 



Public notice is hereby (Ivan that I, Jack L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and En -Officio County Collector of Lake County, In the State 
aforesaid will apply to the Circuit Court of said County on Tuesday, the ' 
2ith day of November, A.D. 1986, for Judgeacnt fixint the correct aaount of 
any tax paid under protest and far Judgement against the lands and lots 
Dantloned and described, In the Following list of delinquent lands and lots 
for the general (axes for the years 1910 through 1985 both Inclusive, to- 
gether with Interest, penalties, and costs due severally thereon and for 
taxes, drainage' and special assessaents due for the years 1914 through 1985 



both Inclusive together with Interest, penalties and coals due severally 
thereon, and for an order to soil saltl lands and lots for satisfaction 
thereof. Public notice Is also hereby given that on the first Honday of 
December, I9B6, to wit I on the 1st day of Decenber, A. D.' 1986, all the 
lands and lots far the sale of which an order shall be evade, will I* expoi Pt | 
to public sale In the building where said Circuit Court Is held In said, 
Counlv In the Court House In Waukrgan. In said County for the aaount of 
taxes, special taxes, drainage, special assessments, interest, penalties 
and costs due severally thereon, except such as shall have been paid at 
said line of sale. Said sale shall romence at 9 o'clock A.M. Central Tine 
on Momi.iv the 1st day of Moceaber, A.D, 1986, and to continue fro* day to 
■lay until the sane shall be conpieted and if for any cause such Judgeaent 
■hall not he rendered on the said 2Sth day of Novnaber, A.D. 1986, then 
such sale will be tude on the first Monday after such Judgment shall be 
rendered cosnenelng at 9 o'clock In the forenoon of such first Monday, 

Costs on earh tract or description iif land three dollars) on each lot 
or description o( lot three dollars. Al»o Interest at the rate of one am) 
one hall per rent pel rtonth will be added after June 2, 1986, on the first 
Inst tllnent and one ami one lull per cent per ninth on the second Install, 
rent alter Sepiesihei' 2, 1986. 

Tlmse laxpayei* who have previously compiled with Section |9i of o„. 
Revenue Ail of 19.19 by paving tinder protest I— it li Inxtalincnls of their 19R' 
real property taxes puv tile with the Clerk of the Lake .County Circuit 
Court anv objections which they nav have to the aforesaid application far 
Judgement . All ohjertlonn filed nust cmplv with requirements of Sections 
19% and MS ol lite Kevenue Act ul 1919, 

Warren Township 



PERK. IND HIM/ 



NAME / 



07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-0 1 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 
07-01 



AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADORESS 

.200-009-0021 JAMES H PITCHER 

15.74 13055 * TOWN LINE 
-201-011 IRVING W NERVILLE 



25.32 13159 
-201-012 IRVING W 

51.96 13149 
•201-O13 IRVING W 

51.96 13143 
-202-OOI IRVING W 

51.30 13113 
-202-003 IRVING W 

51.30 13091 
-202-004 IRVING W 

51.30 I3077 
-202-005 IRVING W 

5I.3O 13065 
-202-O06 IRVING W 

51.30 13055 
-202-012 RICHARD S 

51.30 13112 W BLOSSOM ST 
■202-013 IRVING W NERVILLE 

5I.3O 13104 W ILOSSOA ST 
-202-014 IRVING V NERVILLE 

51.30 13094 W BLOSSON ST 
-202-015 IRVING fltRVILLE 

25.32 1308B W ILOSSM ST 



V ELIZABETH ST 
NERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 
NERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 
NERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 
NERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 
NERVILLE 

V ELIZABETH ST 
rIERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 
nERVILLE 
W ELIZABETH ST 

FINN 



-202-016 CE1GER t 

25-32 13076 
-202-017 IRVING W 

51.30 13070 
■202-018 IRVING W 

51.30 13058 
-202-019 IRVING V 

25-32 1 3048 
-202-020 GEIGER A 

25-32 13042 
-203-001 GEIGER A 

25.32 13249 
■203-002 IRVING W 

25.32 13243 

-203-004 IRVING W 

51.96 13223 
-03-014 IRVING W 

43.38 1J246 
-203-015 IRVING W 

42.38 13240 
■203-016 IRVING W 

43.06 13226 
■203-017 IRVING W 

43.06 13212 
-203-018 IRVING W 

43.06 13202 
-203-O19 IRVING W 

43.06 13194 
-203-020 IRVING V 

43.72 131B2 



GEIGER 

W BLOSSOM ST 

NERVILLE 

W BLOSSON ST 

NERVILLE 

W BLOSSON ST 

rIERVILLE 

W BLOSSON ST 

GEIGER 

W BLOSSOR ST 

GEIGER 

W BLOSSON ST * 

NERVILLE 

U BLOSSON ST 

NERVILLE 

W BLOSSON ST 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RD 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RD 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RO 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RD 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RD 

NERVILLE 

V YORK HOUSE RO 

NERVILLE 

W YORK HOUSE RD 



07-01-204-001 IRVING W NERVILLE 

53.30 13111 V BLOSSON ST 
07-01-204-002 ANTHONY A GLADYS LUOAS 

54.04 13105 W BLOSSON ST 
07-O1-204-O03 ANTHONY A GLADYS LUDAS 

54. 04 13091 W BLOSSON ST 
07-O1-204-O05 ANTHONY A GLADYS LUDAS 

54.04 13065 W BLOSSON ST 
07-01-204-006 IRVING W NERVILLE 

54.70 13055 W BLOSSON ST 
07-01-204-007 IRVING U NERVILLE 

54.70 I3047 W BLOSSON ST 
07-O1-204-O08 IRVING V NERVILLE 

Sfc.70 13039 W BLOSSON ST 
07-01-204-009 IRVING W NERVILLE 

54.70 13027 W BLOSSON ST 
07-O1-204-O1O RUSSELL H EDWARDS 

28.06 13013 W BLOSSON ST 
07-01-204-013 IRVING W NERVILLE 

52.64 13112 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-OI-204-O14 IRVING W NERVILLE 

47. 88 13104 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-OI-204-OI5 IRVING W NERVILLE 

47. 88 13096 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-204-016 IRVING W NERVILLE 

47.88 13084 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-204-017 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13072 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-204-018 IRVING U NERVILLE 

49.22 13062 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-204-019 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13054 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-005 IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13203 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-OI-205-O06 IRVING W NERVILLE 

19.82 13195 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-007 IRVING W NERVILLE 

• 19-82 13189 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-OOB IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13IB3 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-009 IRVING W NERVILLE . 

39.64 13173 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-010 IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13161 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-OI-205-011 IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13153 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-012 IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13147 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-01-205-013 IRVING W NERVILLE 

39.64 13135 W YORK HOUSE RD 
07-OI-205-OIB IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.88 13198 W BA1RST0W ST 
07-01-205-019 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.88 13184 W BAIRSTOW ST 
07-01-205-020 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49. 88 13170 W BAIRSTOW ST 
07-01-205-021 GEIGER I GEIGER 

24.64 13162 W BAIRSTOW ST 



RD WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OO67 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6008? 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 600B> 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6008? 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 

WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 600B7 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 600B7 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB5 
WAUKEGAN 60085 
WAUKEGAN 6OO85 
WAUKEGAN 6OO85 






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WEEKDAYS 



5:00 A.M. 
- Bill Cosby Show 
O - Roy Rogers 
O - Varied Programs 
IB - Ag-Day 
CD - Headline News 
© - Jim & Tammy 
(ESPN) - Aerobics: Bodies in Motion 

<R>. 

5:30 A.M. 
© CD - Morning Stret '• 
O - Sally Jetty Raphael 

O - CBS Early Morning News 

- 20 Minute Workout 

O - Faith Twenty 

CD - Tom & Jerry and Friends 

CD - Kidsworid 

[ESPN] - Nation's Business Today 

6:00 A.M. 
O - CBS Early Morning News 
O - Dave Baum Today 
O - CBS Morning News 
O - ABC News This Morning (CC). 
O - Superfriends 
CD CD - Farm Day 
CD - Today's Business 
CD - Defenders of the Earth 
CD - Inf ormacion 26 
CD - Spiderman and Superheroes 
CD - Shape Up 

6:15 A.M. 
CD - A.M. Weather 
CD - Weather 

6:30 A.M. 
O - Today's Business 
O O - NBC New* at Sunrise 
OCD- MASK. 
CD - Nightly Business Report 
CD CD - Varied Programs . 
CD - ABC Newt This Morning 
CD - El Club 700 
CD-GoBots 

6:45 A.M. 
CD - Hatha Yoga 

7:00 A.M. 
CD - CBS Morning Newt 
C9IS- Today 

CD CD - Good Morning America 
(CC>. 

CD - Bozo Show 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD- 3-2-1. Contact (CC). 
CD - Transformers 
CD - Jimmy Swaggart 
CD - Defenders of the Earth 

7:05 A.M. 
CD - ■ Dream of Jeannie 

7:15 A.M. 
CD - Varied Programs 
7:25 A.M. 
CD - Newt 

7:30 A.M. 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Scooby Doo 
CD - Richard Roberts Snow 
CD - The Flintstones 
CD - James Robison 

7:35 A.M. 
CD - Bewitched 

8:00 A.M. 
O - The New Card Sharks 
CD - Captain Kangaroo 
CD - The Flintstones 
CD - Tom 4 Jerry 
CD - Something Beautiful 

8:05 A.M. 
CD - Down to Earth 

8:15 A.M. 
CD - A.M. Weather 

8:25 AM 
CD - Channel 1 2 This Week 

8:30 A.M. 
CD - Sally Jetty Raphael 
CD - Beverly Hillbillies 
CD CD - Mr. Roger*' Neighborhood 
CD - Tom & Jerry 
CD - Market Reports and Newt 
CD - My Little Pony 
CD - Instructional Programs 

8:3.5 A.M. 
CD - I Love Lucy 

9:00 A.M. 
O - $25,000 Pyramid 

DO- Family Tiet 

O - Young and the Restless 

CD - Oprah Winfrey 



O - Waltons 

CD - Hooked on Aerobics 

CD - Sesame Street (CC). 

CD - Alt My Children 

CD - 700 Club 

CD - Business Newsmakers 

CD - The Munsters 

CD - Shape Up 

9:05 A.M. 
CD - Movie 

9:30 A.M. 
O - The New Card Sharks 
O © - Sate of the Century 
CD - Varied Programs • 
CD - Ask an Expert 
CD - I Love Lucy 
CD - Headline News 

10:00 A.M. 
O O - Price Is Right 
O - Wheel of Fortune 
CD CD - Fame, Fortune and Rom* 
ance 

O - Big Valley 

CD - Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood 
CD - Jimmy Swaggart 
CD - Newt 
CD - Brady Bunch 
CD - Windy City Alive 
[ESPN] - Varied Programs . 

10:15 A.M. 
CD - Most Active Stocks 

10:30 A.M. 
O O - Scrabble 
CD CD - Celebrity Double Talk 
CD - Captain Kangaroo 
CD - J>m & Tammy 
CD - Ask an Expert on Stocks: Muni- 
cipal Bonds 
CD - Get Smart 

11:00 A.M. 
CD - Superior Court 
O - Oprah Winfrey 
CD - Super Password 
O- Donahue 
CD - Ryan's Hope 

CD - Falcon Crest 

CD - Instructional Programs 

CD - Judge 

CD- Newt 

CD - Sanford and Son 

(D CD - Varied Programs 

(ESPN) - Aerobic*: Bodies in Motion 
11:05 A.M. 

CD - Perry Mason 

11:15 A.M. 

CD - Most Active Stocks 
11:30 A.M. 

O - Young and the Restless 

O - Search for Tomorrow (CC). 

CD - Loving 

CD CD - Sesame Street (CC). 

CD - True Confessions 

CD - Muppett 

CD - Ask an Expert 

CD - What's Happening!! 

CD - Jimmy Swaggart 
12:00 P.M. 

O CD - Dayt of Our Lives 

ODD- News 

CD - All My Children 

CD - PM Magazine 

CD - Lunchtime Superstars 

CD - Varied Programs 
12:05 P.M. 

CD - Movie 

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10:45 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Under Fire' 
- Night Tracks In Stereo. 

1 1:00 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Smokey and the Ban- 
dit' 

- MOVIE: 'Slap Shot* 
- God Uses Ordinary People 
[ESPN] - World Class Championship 
Wrestling 

11:30 P.M. 
O - Police Story 
- Country Express 
- Blake's 7 
- Please Help Me Live 
- Outer Limits 
- Liberty Hour 

11:45 P.M. 
- Night Tracks In Stereo. 

12:00 A.M. 
O - Rock 'n Roll Evening News 
- Ghost Story 

0- MOVIE: 'The Werewolf of Lon- 
don' 

- Liberty Hour 
(ESPN| - College Football (R). 

12:20 A.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Love Story' 



TV THIS WEEK 

Terms of Endearment' 
heads unusually strong list 



By Denise Gorga 

As Thanksgiving ap- 
proaches, the nelworks 
are fattening up their 
weekly fare. And there's 
nary a turkey to be found 
amid this week's offerings. 




Shirley MacLaine 



Headlining the menu is 
the multiple Oscar-win- 
ning 1983 film Terms of 
Endearment (NBC, Sun- 
day, Nov. 16). Shirley Mac- 
Laine and husky-voiced 
Debra Winger are the 
mother and daughter 
whose relationship wavers 
between high jinks and 
heart tugs. Jack Nicholson 
turns in a superb and (as 
usual) offbeat perfor- 
mance as the astronaut 
next door. In terms of cry 
value: four hankies. 

Your sniffling not up to 
snuff? Then head for Sud- 
den Impact (ABC, Sun- 
day, Nov. 16). Fans of the 
now freshly scrubbed 
mayor of Carmel, Calif., 
remember him as one of 
film's scurvier public fig- 
ures. In this 1983 film, the 
fourth in the Dirty Harry 
series for Clint Eastwood, 
our hero is again warring 
against street scum. Son- 
dra Locke co-stars as a 
woman looking for re- 
venge on the men (and one 
lesbian, for good measure) 
who raped her and her 
sister. 



For those with sunnier 
sensibilities and a few 
more hours to invest, CBS 
offers Fresno (Sunday 
through Thursday, Nov. 16 
to 20). The six-hour mini- 
series is a comedic sendup 
of that emotionally gooey 
staple: the nighttime soap. 
Carol Burnett, the woman 
who brought you "As the 
Stomach Turns" on her 
old comedy-variety show, 
is star lampooner Char- 
lotte Kensington, widowed 
matriarch of the raisin- 
growing Kensington clan. 
Flitting about the sun- 
drenched gloss are Dab- 
ney Coleman. Teri Garr 
and Charles Grodin. And 
look for Gregory Harrison 
("Trapper John, M.D.") to 
be playing doctor with all 
the Kensington duennas 
as the mysterious — and 
shirtless — family 
farmhand. 

Alter the "Fresno" frol- 
icking, CBS's Penalty 
Phase (Tuesday, Nov. 18) 
seems like a bunch of sour 
grapes. The "penalty 
phase," in judicial par- 
lance, requires jurors to 
decide between death or 
life imprisonment for a 
guilty defendant. In a sort 
of inverted "Manhattan 
Melodrama," Judge Hoff- 
man (Peter Strauss) has to 
choose between revealing 
a technicality that could let 
the murderer go free or 
keeping quiet and saving 
his career. 

And where would we be 
without an illness-of-the- 
week? This week it's bu- 
limia, the eating disorder 
that causes bizarre binges 
arid purges, in Kate's Sa- 
cral (Monday, Nov. 17). 
Sweet "Family Ties" ma- 
triarch Meredith Baxter 
Birney gets to portray 
compulsive Kate. 

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12:30 A.M. 
O - Twilight Zone 
63 - Monster of the Mat 
83 - MTV Top 20 Video Countdown 
CD - Time of Deliverance 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Flashpoint' (CC) 

12:45 A.M. 
ID - Night Tracks In Stereo. 

12:50 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Junior Bonner' 

1:00 A.M. 
O - Today's Business-Weekend 
O - MTV Video Music 
- MOVIE: 'The Corpse Vanishes' 
- Tales from the Darkside 
CD - Living Daily With the Scriptures 

1:17 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Foreign Correspon- 
dent' 

1:20 A.M. 
CD - News 

1:30 A.M. 
O - You Write the Songs 
CD - MOVIE: 'Case of the Black Par- 
rot' 
CD - CNN News 

1:45 A.M. 
CD - Night Tracks in Stereo. 

1:50 A.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'Chinatown' 

2:00 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Death Follows the 
Psycho' 
CI - News 
O - INN News 
CD - Saturday Nite Sing 

SUNDAY 

11/16/86 

5:00 A.M. 
- Superman 
CD - A Better Way 
CD - CNN News 
CD - Ughtmusic 

(HBOj - MOVIE: 'Finian't Rainbow' In 
Stereo. 
(ESPN| - College Football (R). 

5:30 A.M. 
- For Our Times 
- Christian Science Monitor Re- 
ports 

CD - Christopher Close-Up 
CD - The World Tomorrow 
CD- News 
CD - Better Way 

6:00 A.M. 
O - Newday Chicago 
- New Zoo Revue 
- Insight 

O - Dr. James Kennedy 
CD - Sunday's Business 
CD - It Is Written 
CD - America's Black Forum 
CD - Jewish Jewels 

6:30 A.M. 
O - Objective: Jobs 
O - This Is the Life 
- Hickory Hideout 

- Sunday Mass 

- Community Calendar 

CD - Tom & Jerry and Friends 

CD - dory to God 

CD - Jimmy Swaggart 

CD - Paul Yonggl Cho 
6:45 A.M. 

- What's Nu? 

7:00 A.M. 

- Different Drummers 

O - Sunday Morning Worship 

- Warner Saunders (R). 

- Robert Schuller 

O - World of Photography 

CD - Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood 

CD - Sesame Street (CC). 

CD - Look In 

CD - Funtastic World of Hanna- 

Barbera 

CD - Divine Plan 

CD - Rejoice In the Lord 
7:30 A.M. 

- Magic Door 

O - The World Tomorrow 

0- Fight Back With David Horowitz 

O - Of Cabbages and Kings 

- Heritage of Faith 

CD - Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood 

CD - Kenneth Copeland 

CD - Peter Popoff 

CD - Or. Dekruytor 

[HBO] - Fraggle Rock (CC). 

8:00 A.M. 
- CBS News Sunday Morning 
O - W.V, Grant 
- Everyman 

- CBS Sunday Morning News 
O - Weekend Edition 
- Sunday Mass 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood 
CD - Frederick K. Price 
CD - Oral Roberts 
CD - TV High School 
CD - Ben Haden 

|HBO| - MOVIE: 'Legend of Billie 
Jean" (CC) In Stereo. 
IESPN] - Speedweek (R). 

8:30 A.M. 
O - Jimmy Swaggart 
O - Friends 
O - Face to Face 
O - Superman 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - In Reality 
CD -Jem 

CD - Funtistic World of Hanna- 
Barbera 
■ CD - TV High School 
CD - Living Stones 
(ESPN) - Magic Years in Sports (R). 

8:35 A.M. 
CD - Andy Griffith 

9:00 A.M. 
- Gamut 
O - Forum 
- Cisco Kid 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD- Channel 12 This Week Part 1. 
CD - Addams Family 
CD - Jimmy Swaggart 
CD- Psychology of Human Relations 
CD - Heritage Singers 
(ESPN) - Scholastic Sports America 

(R). 

9:05 A.M. 

CD - Good News 

9:30 A.M. 
- Face the Nation 
O - Universal Wrestling Federation 
- Essence 



- Oral Roberts 

O - Wall Street Journal Report 

- The Lone Ranger 

CD - Owl/TV (CC). 

CD - This Week With David Brinkley 

CD - The Munsters 

CD - Psychology of Human Relations 

CD - Lloyd Ogltvle 

IESPN) - Sportscenter Sunday: This 

Week in Sports Live. 

9:35 A.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'Grand Prix' 

10:00 A.M. 
O - Lee Phillip Show 
- Don't Miss 
- The World Tomorrow 
- Business World 
- Rawhide 
CD - 3-2-1, Contact (CC). 
CD - CNN News 
CD - I Dream of Jeannie 
€D - Robert Schuller 
CD - Super Sunday 
CD - Marketing Perspectives 
CD - Monument of Faith 

|HBO| - MOVIE: 'Bad Medicine' (CC) 

10:30 A.M. 
O - Newsmakers 
O - Bowling With the Champs 
- City Desk 
- Answer Is Love 
- This Week With David Brinkley 
CD -3-2-1, Contact (CC). 
CD -Channel 12 This Week 
CD - Diff'rent Strokes 
CD - Tom & Jerry 
CD - Marketing Perspectives 
IESPN) - Sportscenter's NFL Game- 
day Live. 

10:45 A.M. 
- Lutheran Guldeposts 

11:00 A.M. 
O - Mike Ditka Show 
- Meet the Press 
- Forrest Gregg Show 
- Wild, Wild West 
CD - Wisconsin Magazine 
CD - Tony Brown's Journal 
CD - WWF Superstars of Wrestling 
CD - Andy Griffith 
ED - Dwight Thompson 
CD - Woody Woodpecker 
CD - Congress: We the People 
CD - Annointed Word 

11:30 A.M. 
O - Closer Look 
0- NFL '86 

O - MOVIE: 'To Be Announced' 
CD - Adam Smith's Money World 
CD - Bosom Buddies 
CD - The Flint slones 
CD - Congress: We the People 

[ESPN| - NFL Game of the Week (R). 
12:00 P.M. 

- Meet the Press 

- MOVIE: 'Friendly Persuasion' 

CD - Washington Week in Review 

CD - Firing Line 

CD - Bionic Woman 

CD - MOVIE: 'Andy Hardy's Blonde 

Trouble' 

CD - Saving Grace 

CQ - MOVIE: 'The Munsters' Re- 
venge' 

CD - MOVIE: 'The Golden Age of Co- 
medy' 

CD - Born Again 

[HBO) - MOVIE: 'Prime Risk' 

[ESPN] - Horse Show Jumping: 

Grand Prix of New York 
12:30 P.M. 

O - MOVIE: 'Tron' 

CD - Business of Wisconsin 

CD - In Reality 

1:00 P.M. 

CD - God and Money 

CD - John McLaughlin's One on One 

CD - MOVIE: 'The Castaways on Gilli - 

gan's Island' 

CD - Town Hall 

CD - Feedback 

1:05 P.M. 

CD - Auto Racing: Western 500 
1:30 P.M. 

CD - Great Performances Live from 

Lincoln Center In Stereo. 

CD - Without a Vision 

CD - Parade 

[ESPN] - Auto Racing '86: Off Road 

Racing (R). 

2*00 P.M. 

O - MOVIE: 'To Be Announced' 

CD - Great Performances: Wagner 

(CC). Part 4. In Stereo. 

CD - Battlestar Galactica 

CD - Northwestern Football 

CD - Star Trek 

CD - Destination America 

CD - Closer Look 

[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Transylvania 

6-5000' (CC) 

2:30 P.M. 
O - NFL '86 
CD - Peter Popoff 
CD - Young at Heart 
(ESPN) - Best of Bill Oance 

3:00 P.M. 
O - NFL Post-Game 
O - Rehobolh Presents 
O - MOVIE: 'Operation Petticoat' 
CD - MOVIE: 'Melody for Two' 
CD - Laverne & Shirley 
CD - Annointed Word 
CD - Star Trek 

CD - Ireland: A Television History 
CD - Dean 'N Mary 
IESPN] - Fishin' Hole (R). 

3:30 P.M. 
- Bears Locker Room 
O - E.J. Daniels 
- MOVIE: 'Cattow' 
CD - Fa" Guy 
CD - Larry Jones 

4:00 P.M. 
- MOVIE: To Be Announced' 
O - First Baptist Church 
- Ebony/ Jet Showcase 
CD - Play Bridge 
CD - Dining in France 
CD - Dukes of Hazt ard 
CD - All American Show 
CD - Star Trek 
CD - Firing Line 
CD - Victory In Jesus 
[HBO] - Henry's Cat Part 2. 
[ESPN) - AWA Wrestling (R). 

4:30 P.M. 
O - Joy of Music 
- Women's Tennis Stars 
CD - Adam Smith's Money World 



CD - French Chef 
CD - Dream Girl U.S.A 
CD - National Education Associa- 
tion: Whose Schools Are They? 
CD - W.V. Grant 
CD - Today in Bible Prophecy 
[HBO) - Fraggle Rock (CC). 

5:00 P.M. 
O - CBS News 
O - King Is Coming 
O CD - News 

CD - MOVIE: 'Doctor Who: Warriors 
of the Deep' 

CD - Chicago Sunday Evening Club 
In Stereo. 
CD - Love Boat 
CD - Bob Lewandowskl Show 
CD - Star Trek 
CD - Bluegrass Ramble 
CD - John Ankerberg 
IESPN) - Rollermania 

5:15 P.M. 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Protocol' (CC) In 
Stereo, 

5:30 P.M. 
- News 
O - Zola Levitt 
- WKRP in Cincinnati 
O CD - ABC News 
- Fame 

CD - New Leave It To Beaver: In the 
Dark 

CD - European Journal 
CD - James Kennedy 

6:00 P.M. 
0-60 Minutes 

O - Jerry Falwell 

- Our House (CC). In Stereo. 

O CD - Disney Sunday Movie: The 

Leftovers (CC). 

CD - Cousteau Odyssey 

CD - World Championship Wrestling 

CD - Mama's Family 

CD - Stocks, Options & Futures 

CD - Star Trek 

CD - Tony Brown's Journal 

IESPN) - SportsCenter Live. 

6:30 P.M. 
- White Shadow 
CD - Newton's Apple (CC). 
CD - One Big Family 
CD - Conservative Investor 
CD - America's Black Forum 
CD - Prophecy Marches On 
[ESPN] - NFL's Superstars 

7:00 P.M. 
- Murder, She Wrote (CC). 
- Easy Street In Stereo. 
CD - All Creatures Great and Small II 
CD - Nature: The Galapagos: The 
Ocean Travelers (CC). Part 3. In 
Stereo. 

CD - National Geographic Explorer 
CD - MOVIE: 'PT-109' 
CD - NNN News/Sunday Economy 
CD - Star Trek 
CD - American Interests 
CD - Kenneth Copeland 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Legend of Billie 
Jean' (CC) In Stereo. 
[ESPN) - USA/USSR Basketball: 
Team USSR at Iowa 

7*30 P M 
- Valerie (CC). In Stereo. 
- Love Boat 
CD - Capitol Journal 

8:00 P.M. 
O - Fresno Part 1 of 5. 
- MOVIE: 'Terms of Endearment' 
(CC) 

O CD - MOVIE: 'Sudden Impact' 
(CC) 

CD - Masterpiece Theatre: Paradise 
Postponed (CC). Part 5. 
CD - Living Planet: A Portrait of the 
Earth (CC). (R). 
CD - Grecian Spotlight 
CD - Entertainment This Week 
CD - Out of the Fiery Furnace (CC). 
CD - Jerry Falwell 

8:30 P.M. 
- Odd Couple 

8:45 P.M. 
ED - Hellenic Theatre 
9:00 P.M. 
- News 
CD - Hollywood 

CD- Masterpiece Theatre: Paradise 
Postponed (CC). Part 5. 
CD - Coors Sports Page 
CD - On Location: Role Model 
CD - Innovation 
CD - Chicago Gospel Hour 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Bad Medicine' (CC) 
[ESPN] - Billiards: 1 986 World Open 
Professional Championship 

9:15 P.M. 
ED - National Greek TV Show 

9:30 P.M. 
CD - Jerry Falwell 
CD - Benny Hill Show 
CD - Faces of Japan 

10:00 P.M. 
- News 

- Tales from the Darkside 
CD - Arthur C. Clarke's World of 
Strange Powers 

CD - Monty Python's Flying Circus 
CD - Ofl the Wall 
ED - Beautiful Korea 
CD - M'A'S'H 

CD - College Football: Teams to Be 
Announced 
CD - In Touch 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

10.19 P.M. 
O - Newt 

10:20 P.M. 
CD - News 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Bears Extra 
O O - News 
O - Barney Miller 
- Lou Grant 

CD - Mystery: Brat Farrar (CC). Part 
I. 

CD - Dave Alien at Large 
CD - John Ankerberg 
CD - MOVIE: 'Indiscreet' 
CD - Mission: Impossible 

10:45 P.M. 
- Two on Two 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Power' (CC) 

10:49 P.M. 
O - Sports Final 

10:50 P.M. 
CD - M«A«S«H 

10:55 P.M. 
- Sports Sunday 

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O - You Again? (CC). In Stereo. 

- Jeffersons 

CD - Doctor Who 

CD - Jimmy Swaggart 

63 - Sister E.R. Allen 

f£D - Rejoice in the Lord 

IESPN] - NFL's Greatest Moments: 

Portrait of a Head Coach (R). 

11:04 P.M. 
O - ABC News 

11:15 P.M. 
O - CBS News 
- Strictly Business 

1 1*19 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Not Just' Another Af- 
fair' 

11:20 P.M. 
CD - Siskel & Ebert & the Movies 

11:30 P.M. 
- Rocktord Files 
O - The Rockford Files 
- WKRP In Cincinnati 
- Fame 
CD - Risking It Alt 
03 - Old Landmark Church 
© - Kojak 

11:45 P.M. 
- Sports Machine 

11:50 P.M. 
CD - Ted Knight Show 
12:00 A.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Night of the Living 
Dead' 

CD - The World Tomorrow 
[ESPN] - Superbouts (R). 
12:10 A.M. 
CD - Two Ronnie s 

12:15 A.M. 
- Don't Miss 

12:20 A.M. 
CD - Check It Out! 

12:30 A.M. 
O - Sisket & Ebert fit the Movies 
O - MOVIE: "Harper Valley PTA' 
- Cannon 
CD - Larry Jones 
CD - Star Search '86 

12:40 A.M. 
|HBOJ - MOVIE: 'Return of the Living 
Dead' 

12:45 A.M. 
- Cover Story 

12:50 A.M. 
CD - Entertainment This Week 

1*00 A.M. 
- CBS News Nightwatch 
CD - Image Union 
[ESPNJ - Freddie Spencer Explains 
Motorcycle Racing 

1:15 A.M. 
- New Crosswits 

1:30 A.M. 
- At the Movies 
CD - CNN News 
CD - Christian Children's Fund 
ffl - Entertainment This Week 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

1:34 A.M. 
O - MOVIE; 'My Forbidden Past' 

1:45 A.M. 
- City Desk 

1:50 A.M. 
CD - Route 66 

2:00 A.M.. 
- News 
- INN News 
CD - Lucy Show 

IESPN] - Auto Racing '86: Formula 
One Grand Prix of Australia (R). 



MONDAY 

11/17/86 



6:00 P.M. 
O O O O CD - News 
- Barney Miller 
CD CD - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 
CD - Gimme a Break 
63 - Informacion 26 



69 - Three's Company 
ED - Survival Spanish 
63 - Way of the Winner 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

6:05 P.M. 
CD - Sanford and Son 
6:30 P.M. 
O O - Wheel of Fortune 
- New Newlywed Game 
- Card Sharks 
- Benson 
CD - Hollywood Squares 
CD - Leave It to Beaver 
fjD - Encuentro Astrologlco 
63 - M'A'S'H 
S3 - TV High School 
63 - Headline News 
(HBO) - Fraggle Rock (CC). 
[ESPN] - NFL Films Presents 

6:35 P.M. 
CD - The Honeymooners 

7:00 P.M. 
O - Fresno Part 2 of 5. 
- Family Ties (CC). In Stereo. 
O CD - MacGyver (CC). 
- MOVIE: 'Porky's' 
CD - Day the Universe Changed: A 
Personal View by James Burke (CC). 
CD - Chicago Tonight 
CD - Bowling Game 
63 - Novela: Atrevete 
© - MOVIE: 'Tron' 
63 - Communication Skills 
63 - Windy City Alive 
[HBO) - MOVIE: 'Runaway' (CC) 
[ESPN| - Magic Years in Sports 

7:05 P.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'Boys' Night Out' 

7:30 P.M. 
O - A.L.F. In Stereo. 
CD - Frugal Gourmet 
63 - Business File 
[ESPN) - Zenith NFL Monday Night 
Match-Up 

8:00 P.M. 
O - Newhart (CC). 
- MOVIE: 'Kate's Secret' 
(CC) In Stereo. 

O CD - NFL Football: San Francisco 
49ers at Washington Redskins (CC). 
CD - Making of a Continent: Great 
River (CC). 

CD - Day the Universe Changed: A 
Personal View by James Burke (CC). 
CD - MOVIE: 'The Burning Bed' 
63 - El Show de Johnny Canales 

63 - McLaughlin Group 
€D - MOVIE: 'Albert Schweitzer' 
[ESPN] - Skate America 1986: Ice 
Dancing Competition 

8:30 P.M. 
O - Designing Women 
63 - Tony Brown's Journal 

9:00 P.M. 
O - Cagney & Lacey (CC). 
- News 

CD - Aids Show: Artists Involved 
with Death and Survival 
CD - Story of English: Loaded Wea- 
pon 

63 - Novela: El Sol Sale para Todos 
69 - Entertainment Tonight 
63 - Nightly Business Report 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Airplane!' 
[ESPN] -Championship Roller Derby 

9*30 P M 
CD - MOVIE: 'The Girl' on the Late, 
Late Show' 

69 - The Honeymooners 
63 - Painting With llona 
63 - 700 Club 
[ESPNl - Rollermania 

10:00 P.M. 
O - News 
- The Honeymooners 
CD - Different From the Others 
CD - Nightly Business Report 
CD - Twilight Zone 
63 - Informacion 26 
69 - Late Show 



63 - Hatha Yoga 

[ESPN] - Surfer Magazine (R). 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Simon & Simon (R). 
- Magnum, P.I. 
- Best of Carson (R) In Stereo. 
- Barney Miller 
CD - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 
CD - To the Manor Born 
CD - Tonight Show 
63 - Novela: El Hijo de Angela Maria 
63 - New Literacy (CC). 
63 - Headline News 
[HBO| - MOVIE: 'Teachers* (CC) In 
Stereo. 
(ESPN) - SportsCenter Live. 

11:00 P.M. 
69 - Taxi 
CD - News 
CD - Great Detective 
CD - National Geographic Explorer 
63 - Jim & Tammy 
|ESPN] - 1986 Ixtapa Tennis Festi- 
val (R). 

11:30 P.M. 
O - Late Night with David Let- 
terman In Stereo. 
- Hart to Hart 
O - ABC News Nightline 
- MOVIE: 'Mary, Mary- 
CD - Motorweek 
CD - Entertainment Tonight 
CD - Carol Burnett 
63 - PEL1CULA: 'Una Mujer" 
69 - Sanford and Son 
11:40 P.M. 

- MOVIE: 'Rita Hayworth: The 

Love Goddess' 

12:00 A.M. 

O - Hollywood Squares 

CD - Chicago Tonight 

CD - ABC News Nightline 

CD - Star Search 

€9 - Benny Hill Show 

63 - Jimmy Swaggart 
12:20 A.M. 

[HBOJ - MOVIE: 'Holcroft Covenant" 

"l 2:30 A.M. 
- Million Dollar Chance of a Life- 
time 

- News (R). 
- Falcon Crest 
O - Nightlife 
CD - CNN News 
CD - Police Woman 
69 - Entertainment Tonight 
63- 700 Club 

[ESPN] - Fishing: Best of John Fox's 
Outdoor Adventures (R). 

1:00 A.M. 
- CBS News Nightwatch 
O - News (R). 
- New Crosswits 
O - Tales of the Unexpected 
CD - MOVIE: 'Roman Holiday' 
69 - Alfred Hitchcock Presents 
[ESPN] - Mazda SportsLook 

1:30 A.M. 
O - Crook and Chase 
- Maude 
O CD - News (R). 
63 - Dean 'N Mary 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

2:00 A.M. 
O - Strike It Rich 
- CBS News Nightwatch 
O - MOVIE: 'The Love Boat' 
- Odd Couple 
CD - Tales of the Unexpected 
63 - Ntte Lite 
(ESPN) - College Football (R). 

2:15 A.M. 
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2:30 A.M. 
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THURSDAY 
11/13/86 

[HBO] — Thanksgiving 
in the Land of Oz Do- 
rothy and Toto are reu- 
nited with some old 
(riends. 
CD — National Geo- 
graphic Special (CC) 
Jane Goodall explores 
the East African habi- 
tats of wild chimpan- 
zees. (60 min.) 

CD — Battle Cry of Free- 
dom: Wisconsin Men 
and Women in the Civil 
War 

CD — Lizzie: An Amazon 
Adventure: River Jour- 
neys' Special A young 
Englishwoman's trip up 
the Amazon River is 
chronicled, using dra- 
matic sequences of her 
life in the Bolivian jun- 
gle. (60 min.) 

CD — World of Audubon 
Specials: Galapagos Is- 
lands (60 min.) 

ffi — Goodwill Games 
Opening Ceremonies 
(2 hrs.) 

[HBO] — America Un- 
dercover: Surveill- 
ance... No Place to Hide 
A startling look at the 
rapid increase in the 
use of electronic surv- 
eillance. (60 min.) 

FRIDAY 
11/14/86 



9:00PM CD — God and Money 

(60 mm.) 

CD — National Geo- 
graphic Special (CC) 
(60 mm.) 
10:30PM CD — Aids Show: Artists 
Involved with Death 
and Survival A combi- 
nation of performance 
and documentary illus- 
trates the impact of 
AIDS in the gay com- 
munity. (60 mm,) 

SATURDAY 
11/15/86 

12:30PM O — Say No (90 mm.) 
1:00PM CD — National Geo- 
graphic Special The 
Okelenokee swamp, 
host to many animals, is 
the domain of the alliga- 
tor. (60 min.) Deuxieme 
de deux parties. 
2:00PM [HBO] — Phil Collins: No 
Jacket Required Phil 
Collins performs hits 
Irom his 'No Jacket Re- 
quired' album before a 
sold-out audience. (60 
min.) In Stereo. 



4:00PM O — Mistletoe Bears 
First Christmas 
CD — Holiday Entertain- 
ing with Martha Ste- 
wart The spirit of 
Thanksgiving is re- 
flected in this special 
show on how to prepare 
and present that holi- 
day feast. (60 min.) 

8:00PM O CD — 50th Anniver- 
sary of Life Magazine 
(2 hrs.) 
§0 — Torvil and Dean: 
Path to Perfection Per- 
formances by and Inter- 
views with Christopher 
Dean and Jayne Torvil, 
winners of four World 
ice Dance titles and 
three European cham- 
pionships. (60 min.) 

9:00PM [HBO] — Young Comedi- 
ans All-Star Reunion 
Superstars of the co- 
medy world join forces 
to introduce some of to- 
day's brightest new 
comics in this tenth an- 
niversary celebration 
with hosts Harry Ander- 
son, Richard Belzer, 
Howie Mandel. Robin 
Williams and Steven 
Wright. (60 min.) In 
Stereo. 

10:00PM [HBO] — Not Necessar- 
ily Television The NNTN 
news team looks at the 
new television season. 
In Stereo. 

3:45AM [HBO] — Young Comedi- 
ans All-Star Reunion 
Superstars of the co- 
medy world join forces 
to introduce some of to- 
day's brightest new 
comics in this tenth an- 
niversary celebration 
with hosts Harry Ander- 
son, Richard Belzer, 
Howie Mandel. Robin 
Williams and Steven 
Wright. (75 min.) In 
Stereo. 

SUNDAY 
11/16/86 

1:00PM CD — God and Money 
(60 min.) 

MONDAY 
11/17/S6 

6:00AM [HBO] — The Berens- 
tain Bears Meet Bigpaw 
(CC) Animated. The 
Berenstain Bears dis- 
cover the true meaning 
of Thanksgiving after 
they face a near- 
disaster. 

1 2:00PM © — Torvil and Dean: 
Path to Perfection Per- 
formances by and inter- 



views with Christopher 
Dean and Jayne Torvil, 
winners of tour World 
Ice Dance titles and 
three European cham- 
pionships. (60 min.) 

9:00PM CD — Aids Show: Artists 
Involved with Death 
and Survival A combi- 
nation of performance 
and documentary illus- 
trates the impact of 
AIDS in the gay com- 
munity. (60 min.) 

TUESDAY 
11/18/86 



5:35AM 
9:30AM 

3:00PM 

4:00PM 



8:00PM 



9:00PM 



9:30PM 



[HBO] — Survival Series 

CO — God and Money 

(60 min.) 
[HBO] — Survival Series 

(60 min.) 

[HBO] — High Powder 

Dick and Timothy Van 
Patten star in this story 
ol drug abuse and peer 
pressure on a high 
school ski team. (60 
min.) 
© — Especial del 
Maries Diferentes en- 
tretenimientos musi- 
cales todas las se- 
martas. (60 min.) 

[HBO] — Not Necessar- 
ily Television The NNTN 
news team looks at the 
new television season. 
In Stereo. 

[HBO] — Great Pleasure 
Hunt: Japan Join host 
Murray Sayle for a trip 
through the pleasure 
palaces of the Land of 
the Rising Sun. (60 
min.) In Stereo. 

WEDNESDAY 
11/19/86 



3:00PM O — ABC Atterschool 
Special: The Gift of 
Amazing Grace (CC) A 
family gospel group on 
the brink ol success 
must deal with a young 
member who cannot 
sing well. (60 min.) 

4:00PM CD — ABC Afterschool 
Special: The Gift of 
Amazing Grace (CC) A 
family gospel group on 
the brink of success 
must deal with a young 
member who cannot 
sing well. (60 min.) 

12:25AM [HBO] — America Un- 
dercover: Surveill- 
ance... No Place to Hide 
A startling look at the 
rapid increase in the 
use of electronic surv- 
eillance. (60 min.) 

1:30AM CD — St. Jude's Hospital 
(60 min.) 



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THURSDAY 
11/13/86 

7:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
8:00AM [ESPN] - Down the 

Stretch 
8:30AM [ESPN] — America's 
Cup Challenge Down- 
under (R). 

9:00AM [ESPN] — Horse Show 
Jumping: Michelob 
President's Cup Cover- 
age from Landovcr, MD. 
(90 min.) (R). 

10:30AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

11:30AM (ESPN] — Action Out- 
doors with Julius Boros 

12:00PM [ESPNJ — USA/USSR 
Basketball: Team USSR 
at Georgia Tech (2 hrs.) 
<R>. 

2:00PM [ESPN] — Offshore 
Powerboat Racing: 
1986 Popeye's Grand 
Prii Coverage from 
New Orleans, LA. (R). 

2:30PM [ESPN] - Skate Amer- 
ica 1986: Pairs Compe- 
tition (60 min.) (R). 

3:30PM [ESPN] — Billiards: 
1986 World Open Pro- 
fessional Champion- 
ship Men's Playoff #2 
featuring Nick Varner 
vs. Jimmy Rempe. (60 
min.) (R). 

4:30PM [ESPN] — Best of Bill 
Dance 

4:40PM © — Today's Racing 
Horse Racing Coverage. 

5:00PM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

5:30PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

6:00PM [ESPN] — PGA Golf: 
1 986 IsuxuKapalua In- 
ternational Second 
round coverage from 
Maui, Hawaii. (2 hrs.) 
Live. 
[ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball: Indiana State at 
Northern Iowa (3 hrs.) 
Live. 

CD — Motorweek 
[HBO] — Inside the NFL 
Highlights of the NFL 
games, including com- 
mentary by Len Dawson 
and Nick Buoniconti. 
(60 min.) In Stereo. 
1 1:00PM (ESPN) — SportsCenter 

11:30PM [ESPN] — Auto Racing 
'86: Rally Racing San 
Remo Rally from Italy. 
(60 min.) (R). 

12:30AM [ESPN] — Down the 
Stretch (R). 

1:00AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

1:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

2:00AM [ESPN] — PGA Golf: 
1 986 Isuzu Kapalua In- 
ternational Second 
round coverage from 
Maui, Hawaii. (2 hrs.) 
(R). 

FRIDAY 
11/14/86 

7:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 

8:00AM [ESPN] — Speedweek 
(R). 

8:30AM [ESPN] — Freddie 
Spencer Eiplains Mo- 
torcycle Racing (R). 

9:00AM [ESPN] — Dewey Stev- 
ens Ladies Pro Bowlers 
Tour Coverage from Los 
Angeles, CA. (90 min.) 
(R). 

10:30AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

11:30AM [ESPN] — Running and 
Racing 

12:00PM [ESPN] — CFL Football: 
Toronto Argonauts at 
Montreal Atouettes (2 
hrs.) 

2:00PM [ESPN] — Boating: 
1986 Inboard and Tun- 
nel Boat Series (60 
min.) (R). 

3;00PM [ESPN] — Rollcrmanla 
(60 min.) 

4:00PM [ESPN] — Down the 
Stretch (R). 

4:30PM [ESPN] — Ftshing: Best 
of John Foi's Outdoor 
Adventures 

4:40PM © — Today's Racing 
Horse Racing Coverage. 

5:00PM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

5:30PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 

6:00PM [HBO] — Inside the NFL 
Highlights of the NFL 
games, including com- 
mentary by Len Dawson 
and Nick Buoniconti. 
(60 min.) In Stereo. 
[ESPN] - PGA Golf: 
1986 Isuzu Kapalua In- 
ternational Third round 
coverage from Maul, 
Hawaii. (2 hrs.) Live, 

7:00PM © — NBA Basketball: 
Boston Celtics at Chi- 
cago Bulls (2 hrs., 30 



7:05PM CD — NBA Basketball: 
Boston Celtics at Chi- 
cago Bulls (2 hrs., 15 
min.) 

8:00PM [ESPN] — Harness Rac- 
ing: 1986 Breeders 
Crown (2 hrs.) Live. 

10:00PM [ESPN] — Speedweek 
(R). 

10:30PM CD — College Football: 
Columbia at Dartmouth 
(3 hrs.) 
[ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

1 1:00PM (ESPN] — NFL Game of 
the Week 

11:30PM [ESPN] — Kickboilng 
(60 min.) (R). 

12:30AM [ESPN] — Running and 
Racing (R). 

1:00AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

1:30AM [ESPN]— SportsCenter 
Live." 

1:40AM O — This Is the NFL 

[HBO] — Inside the NFL 
Highlights of the NFL 
games, including com- 
mentary by Len Dawson 
and Nick Buoniconti. 
(60 min.) In Stereo. 

2:00AM [ESPN] — PGA Golf: 
1986 Isuzu Kapalua In- 
ternational Third round 
coverage from Maui, 
Hawaii. (2 hrs.) (R). 
SATURDAY 
11/15/86 

5:00AM [ESPN] — Bicycle Rac- 
ing: Wheat Thins May- 
or's Cup Critertum 
Finals from San Fran- 
cisco, CA. (60 min.) (R). 

6:00AM [ESPN] — Speedweek 
(R). 

6:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 

7:00AM CD — Championship 
Wrestling (60 min.) 
[ESPN] — FishirT Hole 
(60 min.) (R). 

8:00AM [ESPN] — Best of Bill 
Dance (R). 

8:30AM [ESPN] — Mark Sosin's 
Salt Water Journal (R). 

9:00AM CD — Motorweek 

[HBO] — Inside the NFL 
Highlights of the NFL 
games, including com- 
mentary by Len Dawson 
and Nick Buoniconti. 
(60 min.) In Stereo. 
[ESPN] — Running and 
Racing (R). 

9:30AM CD — Motorweek 



[ESPN] — 1986 NRA 
Action Pistol Cham- 
pionship Coverage from 
Columbia, MO. 

10:00AM [ESPN] — NFL Game of 

the Week (R). 
10:30AM O — This Is the NFL 

[ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

1 1:00AM O O — College Foot- 
ball: Teams to Be An- 
nounced (3 hrs,, 30 
min.) 

ffi — World Wrestling 
Federation Champion- 

■ ship Wrestling (60 
min,) 

6D — German Profes- 
sional Soccer (60 min.) 

[ESPN] — NFL's Super- 
stars Bart Starr and 
Frank Gilford. 

11:30AM CD — College Football: 
Teams to Be An- 
nounced (3 hrs.) 

CD — Super Football Sa- 
turday (3 hrs.. 30 min.) 

[ESPN] — Dewey Stev- 
ens Ladies Pro Bowlers 
Tour Coverage from Los 
Angeles, CA. (90 min.) 
Live, 

12:00PM — Exciting World of 
Speed and Beauty 

12:30PM O — Sports Ufestyles 
1:00PM OO- Bowling Cover- 
age ol the $135,000 
True Value Open is fea- 
tured from Indianapolis, 
IN. (90 min.) Tape De- 
layed. 

[ESPN] — Triathlon: 
Bud Light USTS Na- 
tional Championship 
Coverage from Hilton 
- Head. SC. (60 min.) 
2:00PM O — College Football 
Today 

[ESPN] - Tho- 
roughbred Racing: 
1986 Washington DC. 
International Coverage 
from Laurel. MD. (60 
min.) Live. 

2:30PM OOO- College 
Football: Teams to Be 
Announced (3 hrs., 30 
min.) 

O O — Golf Coverage 
of the Isuzu Kapalua In- 
ternational is featured 
from Hawaii. (2 hrs.) 
Live. 

CD — College Football 
Today 




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secutive winning seasons? 
Who has pitched in the most National 
League games in history? 
Which NFL team lost 23 consecutive road 
games from 1981 through 1984? 
How many Toronto Blue Jay pitchers have 
been 20-game winners? 
Which team won the moat American Basket- 
ball Association games? 
Which league awards the Eddie Gottlieb Tro- 
phy? 

7. What is Roger Clemens' first name? 

8. Which team drafted Alex Karras in the first 
round of the 1958 NFL draft? 

9. In which city is McNtchols Arena located? 
10. Which active player has played the most 

consecutive NFL games? 



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3:00PM CD — College Football: 
Teams to Be An* 
nounced (3 hrs.) 
[ESPN] — Auto Racing 
'86: IHRA Drag Racing 
Fall Nationals Coverage 
Irom Bristol, TN. (60 
min.) (R). 

4:00 PM QD — German Profes- 
sional Soccer (60 min.) 
(ESPN] — 1986 Ixtapa 
Tennis Festival Cover- 
age from Mexico. (90 
min.) 

4:05PM CD — Fishlrt' With Or- 
lando Wilson 

4:35PM CD — Motorweek Illus- 
trated 

5:05PM CD — World Champion- 
ship Wrestling 

5:30PM €Q — Midwest Outdoors 

Limited 

(ESPN] — Scholastic 
Sports America 

6:00PM CD — Super Football Sa- 
turday Night (3 hrs., 1 5 
min.) 
[ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball Scoreboard Live. 

6:30PM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball (2 hrs.) Live. 

8:30PM [ESPN] — NFL's Super- 
stars Bart Starr and 
Frank Gilford. (90 min.) 

9:00PM €D — Bears '86 (60 
min.) 

10:00PM [ESPN] — Hartford In- 
surance Group College 
Football Report Live. 

10:1SPM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

10:30PM® — College Football: 
Ohio State at Wisconsin 
(3 hrs.) 

11:00PM [ESPN] — World Class 
Championship Wres- 
tling (60 min.) 

12:00AM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball (3 hrs.) (R). 

1 2:30AM © — Monster of the Mat 
Wrestling. (60 min.) 

3:00AM (ESPN] — Harness Rac- 
ing: 1986 Breeders 
Crown (2 hrs.) (R). 

SUNDAY 
11/16/86 

-5:00AM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball (3 hrs.) (R). 



8:00AM [ESPN] — Speedweek 
(R). 

8:30AM (ESPN] — Magic Years 
in Sports (R). 

9:00AM (ESPN] — Scholastic 
Sports America (R). 

9:30AM O — Universal Wres- 
tling Federation (60 
min.) 

[ESPN] — Sportscenter 
Sunday: This Week in 
Sports (60 min.) Live. 
10:30AM O — Bowling With the 
Champs (60 min.) 
[ESPN] — Sportscen- 
ter'sNFLGamedav(60 
min.) Live. 

1 1:00AM O — Mike Ditka Show 
Highlights from the pre- 
vious week's game, an 
analysis by Johnny Mor- 
ris, questions by a stu- 
dio audience, and spe- 
cial player appear- 
ances, 
CD — WWF Superstars 
of Wrestling (60 min.) 

1 1:30AM Q — NFL'86 



12:00PM 

1:05PM 
1:30PM 

2:00PM 
2:30PM 

3:00PM 

3:30PM 
4:00PM 
4:30PM 
5:00PM 



[ESPN] — NFL Game of 
the Week (R). 

(ESPN] — Horse Show 
Jumping: Grand Prix of 
New York Coverage 
from Madison Square 
Garden. (90 min.) 

CD — Auto Racing: West- 
ern 500 (3 hrs., 25 
min.) 

[ESPN] — Auto Racing 
'86: Off Road Racing 
Frontier 500 from Las 
Vegas. NV, {60 min.) 
(R). 

© — Northwestern 
Football 

O — NFL. '86 

[ESPN] — Best of Bill 
Dance 

O — NFL Post-Game 

[ESPN] — Ftshin' Hole 
(60 min.) (R). 

O — Bears Locker 
Room 

(ESPN] — AWA Wres- 
tling (60 min.) (R). 

O — Women's Tennis 
Stars 

[ESPN] — Rollermania 
(60 min.) 



Sports Calendar 

SUNDAY 

(NBC) NFL FOOTBALL DOUBLE-HEADER 

Game one coverage includes: Houston Oilers at 
Pittsburgh Steelers; Miami Dolphins at Bulfalo 
Bills; Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati Bengals. 
Game two coverage includes: Cleveland Browns 
at Los Angeles Raiders; Indianapolis Colts at New 
York Jets; Kansas City Chiels at Denver Broncos; 
and New England Patriots at Los Angeles Rams. 

(CBS) NFL FOOTBALL 

Coverage of games includes: Chicago Bears at At- 
lanta Falcons; Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Ea- 
gles; New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Cardinals; 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers; 
New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings; and Dallas 
Cowboys at San Diego Chargers. 



MONDAY 



(ABC) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 

San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins. 



THURSDAY 



(ABC) NFL FOOTBALL (Special Edition) 

Los Angeles Raiders at San Diego Chargers. 



SATURDAY 



(CBS) COLLEGE FOOTBALL 

(NBC) BOWLING 

The S 150.000 Brunswick Open from Glendale 

Heights, III. 

(NBC) SPORTSWORLD 

Taped coverage ol the CART Miami Grand Prix 
Irom Miami.. 

(ABC) CFA COLLEGE FOOTBALL 

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6:00PM CD — World Champion- 
ship Wrestling (60 
min.) 

[ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live, 
6:30PM (ESPN] — NFL's Super- 
stars Duane Thomas 
and Tom Oempsey, 
7:00PM [ESPN] — USA/USSR 
Basketball: Team USSR 
at Iowa (2 hrs.) 
9:00PM CD — Coors Sports Page 
10:00PM© — College Football: 
Teams to Be An- 
nounced (3 hrs.) 
[ESPN] —SportsCenter 
(60 min.) Live. 
10:30PM O — Bears Extra 
10:49PM O — Sports Final 
10:55PM — Sports Sunday 
11:00PM [ESPN] — NFL's Grea- 
test Moments: Portrait 
of a Head Coach (60 
min.) (R). 

1 1:45PM O — Sports Machine ( 

12:00AM [ESPN] — Superbouts 
Marvelous Marvin Hag- 
ler vs. Vito Antuofermo 
(Las Vegas, November, 
1979). (60 min.)(R). 

1:00AM [ESPN] — Freddie 
Spencer Explains Mo- 
torcycle Racing 

1:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter i 
Live. I 

2:00AM [ESPN] — Auto Racing 
'86: Formula One 
Grand Prix of Australia 
Coverage from Ade- 
laide. (2 hrs.) (R). 
MONDAY 
11/17/86 

7:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 

8:00AM [ESPN] — Bodybuilding: 
Women's National 

Championship Cover- 
age from Miami, FL. (2 
hrs.) (R). 

10:30AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

1 1:30AM [ESPN] — Mark Sosin's 
Salt Water Journal (R). 

12:00PM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball (3 hrs.) (R). 

2:30PM [HBO] — Son of the Not- 
So-Great Moments in 
Sports Interviews and 
film clips illustrate 
some of the most unu- 
sual moments in sports. 
(60 min.) 

3:00PM [ESPN] — World Class 
Championship Wres- 
tling (60 min.) (R). 

4:00PM [ESPN] — Rollermania 
PREMIERE 

4:30PM [ESPN] — Gillette World 
of Sports 

4:40PM Q3 — Today's Racing 
Horse Racing Coverage. 

5:00PM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

5:30PM [ESPN] — Action Out- 
doors with Julius Boros 

6:00PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

6:30PM [ESPN] — NFL Films 
Presents 

7:00PM [ESPN] — Magic Years 
in Sports 

7:30PM [ESPN] — Zenith NFL 
Monday Night Match- 
Up San Francisco 4 9ers 
at Washington Red- 
skins. 

8:00PM O CD — NFL Football: 
San Francisco 49ers at 
Washington Redskins 
(CC) (3 hrs.) 
[ESPN] — Skate Amer- 
ica 1986: Ice Dancing 
Competition (60 min.) 

9:00PM [ESPN] — Champion- 
ship Roller Derby 

9:30PM [ESPN] — Rollermania 

10:00PM [ESPN] — Surfer Maga- 
zine (R). 

10:30PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

11:00PM [ESPN] — 1986 ixtapa 
Tennis Festival Cover- 
age from Mexico. (90 
min.) (R). 

1 1:30PM CO — Motorweek 

12:30AM [ESPN] — Fishing: Best 
of John Foi's Outdoor 
Adventures (R). 

1:00AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

1:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

2:00AM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball (3 hrs.) (R). 

TUESDAY 
11/18/86 

7:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 

8:00AM (ESPN] — 1986 Mixed 
Pairs Bodybuilding 
Championship Cover- 
age from Miami, FL. (60 
min.) (R). 

9:00AM [ESPN] — Auto Racing 
'86: Off Road Racing 
Frontier 500 from Las 
Vegas, NV. (60 min.) 
(R). 

10:00AM (ESPN] — Auto Racing 



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'86: Barber Saab Pro 
Series (R). 

10:30AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

11:30AM [ESPN] — Action Out- 
doors with iutius Boros 

12:00PM [ESPN] — Horse Show 
Jumping: Michelob 
President's Cup Cover- 
age from Landover. MD. 
(90 min.) (R). 

1:30PM [ESPN] — Hang Gliding 
Championship (R). 

2:00PM [ESPN] — American 
Kickboxing from At- 
lanta, GA (60 min.) (R). 

3:00PM (ESPN] — Dewey Stev- 
ens Ladies Pro Bowlers 
Tour Coverage from Las 
Vegas, NV. (90 min.) 
(R). 

4:30PM [ESPN] — Scholastic 
Sports America (R). 

4:40PM © — Today's Racing 
Horse Racing Coverage. 

5:00PM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

5:30PM [ESPN] — NBA Today 
6:00PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

6:30PM [ESPN] — NFL's Grea- 
test Moments: Son of 
Football Follies 

7:00PM [ESPN] — NHL Hoekey: 
St Louis Blues at Min- 
nesota North Stars (3 
hrs.) Live. 

7:05PM ID — NBA Basketball: 
Los Angeles Lakers at 
Dallas Mavericks (2 
hrs., 15 min.) 



10:30PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

11:00PM [ESPN] — NFL Films 
Presents (R). 

11:30PM [ESPN] — Top Rank 
Boxing from Las Vegas, 
NV (90 min.) (R). 

1:00AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

1:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

2:00AM [ESPN] — College Foot- 
ball Grambling at South 
Carolina State or Indi- 
ana State at Northern 
Iowa. (3 hrs.) (R). 

WEDNESDAY 
11/19/86 

7:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
8:00AM (ESPN) — NBA Today 
(R). 

8:30AM [ESPN] — USA/USSR 
Basketball: Team USSR 
at Iowa (2 hrs.) (R). 

10:30AM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook (R). 

1 1:30AM [ESPN] — Play Your 
Best Golf (R). 

12:00PM [ESPN] — NHL Hockey: 
St. Louis Blues at Min- 
nesota North Stars (3 
hrs.) (R). 

3:00PM [ESPN] — AWA Wres- 
tling (60 min.) (R). 

4:00PM [ESPN] — Fishing: Best 
of John Fox's Outdoor 
Adventures 

4:30PM [ESPN] — Down the 
Stretch 



4:40PM © — Today's Racing 
Horse Racing Coverage. 

5:00PM [ESPN] — Mazda 
SportsLook 

5:30PM [ESPN] — Action Out- 
doors with Julius Boros 

6:00PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

6:30PM [ESPN] — College Bas- 
ketball '87 Preview: 
Dial Dick Vitale Special 
(60 min.) 

7:30PM [ESPN] — USA/USSR 
Basketball: Team USSR 
at Kansas (2 hrs.) 

8:30PM QD-Boxeo 

9:30PM [ESPN] — America's 
Cup Challenge Down- 
under (60 min.) 

10:30PM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

11:00PM [ESPN] — Rolex/ Jackie 
Stewart Pro-Celebrity 
Trap Shoot Coverage 
from London. England. 

1 1:30PM [ESPN] — Best of Bill 

Dance (R). 
12:00AM [ESPN] — Mark Sosin's 

Salt Water Journal (R). 
12:30AM [ESPN] — NBA Today 

(R). 
1:00AM [ESPN] — Mazda 

SportsLook (R). 

1:30AM [ESPN] — SportsCenter 
Live. 

2:00AM [ESPN] — Top Rank 
Boxing from Las Vegas, 
NV {?. hrs., 30 min.) 
(R). 

4:30AM [ESPN] — Action Out- 
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TUESDAY 
11/18/86 



6:00 P.M. 
00000(E)- News 

O - Barney Miller 

(D ID - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 

CD - Gimme a Break 

€D - Informacion 26 

ffl - Three's Company 

© - Psychology of Human Relations 

€D - Dave Breese Reports 

|ESPN) - SportsCenter Live. 

6:05 P.M. 
CD - Sanford and Son 

6:30 P.M. 
O O - Wheel of Fortune 
O - New Newlywed Game 
O - Card Sharks 
O - Benson 
CD - Hollywood Squares 
CD - Leave It to Beaver 
Q=J - Encuentro Astrologico 
© - MWS'H 
S3 - Survival Spanish 
S3 - Headline News 
[ESPN] - NFL's Greatest Moments: 
Son of Football Follies 

6:35 P.M. 
CD - The Honeymooners 

7:00 P.M. 
O O - Fresno Part 3 ol 5. 
OB- Matlock In Stereo. 
O CD - Who's the Boss (CC). 
O - MOVIE: 'Blazing Saddles' 

CD - Nova: Is Anybody Out There 

(CC). 

CD - Chicago Tonight 

CD - Bowling Game 

63 - Novela: Atrevete 

© - MOVIE: 'The Birds' 

€0 - New Literacy (CC). 

€D - Windy City Alive 

|HHO) - MOVIE: 'Goonies' (CC) In 

Stereo, 

[ESPN] - NHL Hockey: St. Louis 

Blues at Minnesota North Stars Live. 

7:05 P.M. 
CD - NBA Basketball: Los Angeles 
Lakers at Dallas Mavericks 

7:30 P.M. 
O CD - Growing Pains (CC). 
CD - This Old House (CC). 
1*0 - Focus on Society 

8:00 P.M. 
O O - MOVIE: 'Penalty Phase' 
(CC) 

O O - Crime Story In Stereo. 
O CD - Moonlighting (CC). 
CO - Africans: Garden of Eden in De- 
cay (CC). 

CD - Nova: Is Anybody Out There 
(CC). 

CD - MOVIE: 'The Wicked Lady' 
© - Especial del Martes 
63 - Ireland: A Television History 
03 - Adventures in Learning 

8:30 P.M. 
03 - Joy of Music 

9:00 P.M. 
O O- 1986 (CC). 
O CD - Jack and Mike (CC). 
O - News 

CD CD - Managing Our Miracles: 
Health Care in America 
03 - Novela: El Sol Sale para Todos 
03 - Nightly Business Report 
03 - John Ankerberg 
I H BO] - Not Necessarily Television In 
Stereo. 

9*20 P.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'The Maltese Falcon' 

9:30 P.M. 
© - Entertainment Tonight 
© - Woodwright's Shop 
[HBO] - Great Pleasure Hunt: Japan 
In Stereo. 

10:00 P.M. 
OOQOOIB- News 
O - The Honeymooners 



© - World of Survival 

CD - Nightly Business Report 

© - Twilight Zone 

© - Informacion 26 

© - Late Show 

© - Hatha Yoga 

[ESPN] - Bowling Green National 

Tractor Pulling Championship 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Hot Shots 
O O - Magnum, P.I. 
O - Tonight Show In Stereo. 
O - Barney Miller 
O - ABC News Nightline 
© - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 
CD - To the Manor Born 
© - M'A«S*H 
© - Tonight Show 
© - Novela: El Hi jo de Angela Maria 
© - Communication Skills 
© - Headline News 
|HB0) - MOVIE: 'The Bride' (CC) In 
Stereo. 
|ESPN) - SportsCenter Live. 

11:00 P.M. 
O © - Taxi 
O - Hollywood Squares 
© - Great Detective 
© - Odd Couple 
© - Jim & Tammy 
[ESPN] - NFL Films Presents <R). 

11:25 P.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Flowing Gold' 

11:30 P.M. 
O O - Late Night with David Let- 
terman In Stereo. 
O - Hart to Hart 
O - Nightlife 

O - MOVIE: "Desperate Journey' 
© - Arthur C. Clarke's World of 
Strange Powers 
ffi - Entertainment Tonight 
© - Carol Burnett 
© - PELICULA: 'Los Mochileros' 
© - Sanford and Son 
[ESPN j - Top Rank Boxing from Las 
Vegas, NV (R). 

11:40 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Heartbreaker' 

12:00 A.M. 
O - Dick Cavett 
© - Chicago Tonight 
© - ABC News Nightline 
© - High Chaparral 
© - Benny Hill Show 
© - Jimmy Swaggart 

12:30 A.M. 
O - Million Dollar Chance of a Life- 
time 

O - News (R). 
O - Falcon Crest 
CD - CNN News 
© - Police Woman 
© - Entertainment Tonight 
©- 700 Club 

12:35 A.M. 
|HBO] - MOVIE: 'Choose Me' 

1:00 A.M. 
O - CBS News Nightwatch 
O - News (R). 
O - New Crosswits 
O - Tales of the Unexpected 
© - Alfred Hitchcock Presents 
(ESPN) - Mazda SportsLook (R). 

1:15 A.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Kung Fu" 
1:30 A.M. 
O - Crook and Chase 
O - Maude 
O - News (R). 
© - News 

© - Skylight Cavalcade 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

2:00 A.M. 
O - Strike It Rich 
O - CBS News Nightwatch 
O - MOVIE: 'The Love Boat II' 
O - Odd Couple 
© - Tales of the Unexpected 
© - Nite Lite 
|ESPN| - College Football (R). 



WEDNESDAY 
11/19/86 

6:00 P.M. 
O O O O O © - News 
- Barney Miller 
© © - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 
© - Gimme a Break 
© - Informacion 26 
© - Three's Company 
© - Prime Time for Parents 
© - Food for Life 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

6:05 P.M. 
© - Sanford and Son 
6:30 P.M. 
O O - Wheel of Fortune 
O - New Newlywed Game 
O - Card Sharks 
CI - Benson 
© - Hollywood Squares 
© - Leave It to Beaver 
© - Encuentro Astrologico 
© - M»A*S'H 
© - TV High School 
© - Headline News 
[ESPN] - College Basketball '87 
Preview: Dial Dick Vitale Special 

6:35 P.M. 
© - The Honeymooners 

7:00 P.M. 
O O - Fresno Part 4 of 5. 
O O - Highway to Heaven (CC). 
O ffi - Perfect Strangers (CC). 
O - MOVIE: 'The Frisco Kid" 
© - Smithsonian World: The 
Wyeths: A Father and his Family 
(CC). In Stereo. 
© - Chicago Tonight 
© - Bowling Game 
© - Novela: Atrevete 
© - MOVIE: 'The Comancheros' 
© - Communication Skills 
© - Windy City Alive 
1HBO] - MOVIE: 'Cocoon' (CC) In 
Stereo. 

7:05 P.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Guns for San Sebas- 
tian' 

7:30 P.M. 
O © - Head of the Class (CC). 
© - Wild America (CC). 
© - Business File 
[ESPN] - USA/USSR Basketball: 
Team USSR at Kansas 
8:00 P.M. 
O O - Magnum, P.I. Part 1 ol 2. 
O O - Gimme a Break (CC). In 
Stereo. 

O © - Dynasty (CC). 
© - In Performance at the White 
House: George Gershwin In Stereo. 
© - Making of a Continent: Great 
River (CC). 

© - MOVIE: 'Going in Style* 
© - Entre Amigos 
© - John McLaughlin's One on One 
© - Faith in Focus 

8:30 P.M. 
O - Throb 

O - You Again? (CC). In Stereo. 
© - Boxeo 
© - Economics USA 
© - Annointed Word 

9:00 P.M. 
O O - Equalizer 
O O - St. Elsewhere (CC). In 
Stereo. 

O ffi - Arthur Hailey's Hotel (CC). 
Q - News 

© - Newport Jazz '86 In Stereo. 
© - In Performance at the White 
House: George Gershwin In Stereo. 
© - Novela: El Sot Sale para Todos 
© - Entertainment Tonight 
© - Nightly Business Report 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Mass Appeal' (CC) 

9:30 P.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'The Guns of Nava- 
rone' 



© - Honeymooners... The Lost Epi- 
sodes 
© - People, Pets & Dr. Mare 

© - 700 Club 

[ESPN] - America's Cup Challenge 

Downunder 

10:00 P.M. 
O O O O O ffi - News 
O - The Honeymooners 
© - World of Survival 
© - Nightly Business Report 
© - Twilight Zone 
© - Informacion 26 
© - Late Show 
© - Hatha Yoga 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Adderly 
O O - Magnum, P.t, 
- Tonight Show In Stereo. 
O - Barney Milter 
O - ABC News Nightline 
© - MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 
© - To the Manor Born 
© - M*A»S»H 
© - Tonight Show 
© - Novela: El Hijo de Angela Maria 
© - New Literacy (CC). 
© - Headline News 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter Live. 

10:45 P.M. 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Legend of Billle 
Jean* (CC) In Stereo. 

11:00 P.M. 
© - Taxi 
O - Hollywood Squares 
© - Great Detective 
© - Odd Couple 
© - Jim & Tammy 
|ESPN| - Rolex/Jackie Stewart Pro- 
Celebrity Trap Shoot 

1 1*30 P M 
O - Late Night with David Let- 
terman In Stereo. 
- Hart to Hart 
O - Nightlife 

- MOVIE: 'The Man Who Loved 
Cat Dancing' 

© - Entertainment Tonight 
© - Carol Burnett 
© - PELICULA: 'El Caradura y la 
Millonarla' 

© - Sanford and Son 
(ESPN] - Best of Bill Dance (R). 

11:40 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Special Delivery' 

12:00 A.M. 
O- Dick Cavett 
© - Chicago Tonight 
© - ABC News Nightline 
© - Maverick 
© - Benny Hill Show 
© - Jimmy Swaggart 
(ESPN) - Mark Sosin's Salt Water 
Journal (R). 

' 12:25 A.M. 

[HBO] - America Undercover: Surv- 
eillance,.. No Place to Hide 

12:30 A.M. 
O- Million Dollar Chance of a Life- 
time 

- News (R). 
- Falcon Crest 
© - CNN News 
© - Police Woman 
© - Entertainment Tonight 
©- 700 Club 
[ESPN] - NBA Today (R). 

12:50 A.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Dust be my Destiny' 

1:00 A.M. 
O - CBS News Nightwatch 
O - News 
- New Crosswits 

O - Tales of the Unexpected 
© - Alfred Hitchcock Presents 
[ESPNj - Mazda SportsLook (R). 

1:25 A.M. 
[hbo] - MOVIE: 'Avenging Angel* 
(CC) 

1:30 A.M. 
O - Crook and Chase 
- Maude 
O © - News (R). 
© - St. Jude's Hospital 
© - Up on Melody Mountain 
(ESPN) - SportsCenter Live. 

2:00 A.M. 
O - Strike It Rich 
- CBS News Nightwatch 
- MOVIE: 'Quest for Love' 
- Odd Couple 
© - Tales of the Unexpected 
© - Nite Lite 

[ESPN] - Top Rank Boxing from Las 
Vegas. NV (R). 




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© By Lillian Bono *********** ******** 

ABIES __ *HR 

(March 21-Aprtl 20) 

This Is a good time to get together with friends who have 
much In common with you from a monetary standpoint. You 
could shock someone with your logic. 

TAURUS /r-m 

(April 21-May 20) 

Someone who once cared for you will upset you il you aren't 
careful. Take care that you do not cross paths with those 
who could harm you. ^^ 

GEMINI TO 

(May 21-June 20) 

Stick to your word or you could lose a valuable friend. Love 

comes under the guise of a new acquaintance. 

CANCER __ Hit 

(Juno 21-Juty 22) 

Too much socializing can cause envy on the part of col- 
leagues who aren't as popular. Concentrate on finishing up a 
project. 

leo <ef 

(July 23-Aug. 22) 

A new lease on life will give you the incentive lo go on to 

bigger and better things. Make plans to take a long-awaited 

vacation. 

VIRGO . ii 

(Aug. 23-Sept. 22) 

Lite may take a turn lor the better il you rid yourself o( an old 

habit or person. Get out and meet new people, 

LIBRA & 

(Sept. 23-Ocl. 22) 

Your new wardrobe will dazzle those who share your day-to- 
day life. Keep on top of your diet and don't cheat even if you 
feel you can eat something new and exciting, ^ 

SCORPIO °& 

(Oct. 23-Nov. 22) 

You could hear shocking news about a close associate. Keep 
matters of importance under wraps where an old love affair 
is concerned. 

SAGITTARIUS jfr) 

(Nov. 23- Dec. 21) 

You may attend a social event where celebrities are present. 
Pursue your good-luck cycle and gamble to your heart's 
content while saving for a rainy day. 

CAPRICORN A"? 

(Dec. 22-Jan. 19) 

Home furnishings may have to be replaced or refurbished to 
the point where you feel like getting rid of a present lifestyle 
in preference for something new and glamorous. 
AQUARIUS && 

(Jan. 20-Feb. 18) 

A cruise or trip will pick up your spirits. Make new friends by 

being gracious. 

PISCES £ 

(Feb. 19-March 20) 

A gift of value is coming your way. Be prepared tor some new 
developments in the area of business. Someone you thought 
was on the way out is making a fantastic comeback. 



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A home for orphans experi- 
ences severe linancial trou- 
bles until owner John Denver 
hires a housekeeper (Cindy 
Williams), in "Leftovers," on 
"The Disney Sunday Movie," 
airing SUNDAY, NOV. 16, on 
ABC. 

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THURSDAY 
11/13/86 

11:00AM [HBO] — 'War Boy' A 
young boy's childhood 
is cut short when ho 
must deal with the ten- 
sions of World War II. 
Helen Shaver, Kenneth 
Walsh. 1985. Rated NR. 



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12:05PM ID — 'Scared Straight! 
Another Story' A fic- 
tional account of the Ju- 
venile Awareness Pro- 
gram, designed to jolt 
juvenile delinquents 
from the path of crime, 
is told. Clitf DeYoung, 
Stan Shaw, Don Fulli- 
love. 1980. 

12:30PM CD — 'Before and After' 
A woman discovers a 
new identity after losing 
weight and must make 
a decision between 
marriage and independ- 
ence. Patty Duke Astin. 
Barbara Feldon, Ken- 
neth Mars. 1979. 
[HBO] — 'Runaway' 
(CC) Domestic robots 
turn into murdering 
machines when they go 
out of control. Tom Sel- 
leck, Cynthia Rhodes, 
Gene Simmons. 1984. 
Rated PG- 13. 

2:30PM [HBO] — 'Rascals and 
Robbers: The Secret 
Adventures of Tom 
Sawyer and Huck Finn' 
Tom Sawyer and Huck 
Finn overhear a plot 
against the townspeo- 
ple to cheat them out of 
$ 1 5,000. Patrick Crea- 
don, Anthony Michael 
Halt. 1982. 

4:30PM [HBO] — 'Johnny Dan- 
gerously' (CC) In the 
1 930s, an honest, 
good-hearted man is 
forced to turn to a life of 
crime to finance his 
neurotic mother's skyr- 
ocketing medical bills. 
Michael Keaton, Joe 
Piscopo. Maureen Sta- 
pleton. 1984. Rated 
PG-13. 

6:00PM [HBO] — 'Grease' A 
young man and his 
summer sweetheart 
meet again in their sen- 
ior year of high school. 
John Travolta, Olivia 
Newton-John, Stockard 
Channing. 1978. Rated 
PG. In Stereo. 

7:00PM O — 'The First Deadly 
Sin* A detective discov- 
ers a pattern in a string 
of ax murders. Frank 
Sinatra, Faye Dunaway, 
James Whitmore. 

1980. 
© — 'For a Few Dollars 
More' Two bounty hun- 
ters pursue the leader 
of a band of cutthroats 
terrorizing the South- 
west. Clint Eastwood, 
LeeVanCleef. 1967. 

8:00PM CD — 'Rocky' A small- 
time boxer and street 
punk in Philadelphia 
battles against over- 
whelming odds to make 
something of himself, 
Sylvester Stallone, Talia 
Shire, Burgess Mere- 



dith. 1976. 
[HBO] — 'Power' (CC) A 
media consultant with 
an ability to turn politi- 
cal candidates into win- 
ners uses his know- 
ledge to gain power. 
Richard Gere, Julie 
Christie, Gene Hack- 
man. 1986. Rated R. 

11:05PM CD — 'God Is My Co- 
Pilot' This film Is based 
on Col. Robert E. Scott's 
novel of his exploits 
flying with Claire Chen- 
naull. Dennis Morgan, 
Dane Clark, Raymond 
Massey. 1945. 

1 1:30PM — 'Trader Horn* A 
trader and his son, trav- 
eling in Africa, are cap- 
tured by warrior na- 
tives. Rod Taylor. Anne 
Heywood, Don Knight. 
1973. 
SD — 'Se Anunciara' 

11 :40PM O — 'Fish Hawk' An em- 
bittered Indian and a 
young farm boy form a 
lasting friendship 

through courage and 
commitment. Will 

Sampson, Charlie 

Fields, Geoffrey Bowes. 
1980. 

12:00AM [HBO] — 'No Small Af- 
fair' (CC) Sparks fly 
when a teen age boy de- 
velopes a crush on an 
"older woman' of 
twenty. Jon Cryer, Demi 
Moore. 1984. Rated R. 
In Stereo. 

FRIDAY 
11/14/86 

1 1:00AM (HBO] — 'Mass Appeal' 
(CC) An idealistic 
young deacon disrupts 
the peaceful parish of a 
comfortable middle- 
aged priest. Jack Lem- 
mon. Zeljko Ivanek, 
Charles Durning. 1984. 
Rated PG. 



on a best-selling sex 
manual. Walter Mat- 
thau. Charles Grodin, 
Steve Martin. 1985. 
Rated PG. 



12:05PM IB — 'The Bang, Bang 
Kid' A robot saves a 
town from the bad guys. 
Tom Bosley, Guy Madi- 
son, Sandra Milo. 
1967, 

12:30PM CD — 'Death of a Gun- 
fighter' A small-town 
marshal refuses to va- 
cate his post even when 
he is pressured by com- 
munity leaders. Richard 
Widmark, Lena Home, 
John Saxon. 1969. 

1:00PM [HBO] — 'Sinbad and 
the Eye of the Tiger' 
Sinbad sails into a world 
of swords and sorcery 
and confronts a menac- 
ing sabertoothed tiger. 
Patrick Wayne, Jane 
Seymour, Margaret 
Whiting. 1977. Rated 
G. 

3:00PM [HBO] — Trie Spirit' A 

fox cub who is brought 
up with puppies be- 
comes prey to a hunter. 
Eric Porter, Rachel Rob- 
erts, Bill Travers. 1978. 
Rated PG. 
4:30PM [HBO] — 'Movers and 
Shakers' A screenwriter 
desperately attempts to 
pen a screenplay based 



7:00PM O — 'The Man Who 
Knew Too Much' An 
American doctor and 
his wife witness the 
murder of a French se- 
cret service agent. 
James Stewart, Doris 
Day, Brenda de Banzie. 
1956. 
[HBO] — 'Victor / Victo- 
ria' A female entertai- 
ner becomes a hit by 
posing as a man in 
drag. Julie Andrews, 
James Garner, Robert 
Preston. 1982, Rated 
PG. 

8:00PM CD — 'Fiddler on the 
Roof Tevye tries to 
marry off his daughters 
amid social upheaval in 
Czarist Russia. Topol, 
Norma Crane, Leonard 
Frey. 1971. 

9:15PM [HBO] — 'Apology' (CC) 
An artist uses anony- 
mous taped phone con- 
fessions for her unusual 
creation. Lesley Ann 
Warren, Peter Welter. 
1986. In Stereo. 

10:30PM © — 'Mis Tres Viudas 
Alegres' Las divertidas 

aventuras amorosas de 
tres jovenes viudas. Sil- 
via Pinal, Amalia Agul- 
lar, Resortes. 1 953. 
1 1:30PM — 'Prehistoric 
Women' A hunter finds 
himself, captive of a 
tribe of women who 
keep men and beautiful 
blonde girls as slaves. 
Martine Beswick, Mi- 
chael Latimer, Edlna 
Ronay. 1967. 
I — 'The Jolson Story' 
The life of At Jolson, his 
boyhood and his rise to 
fame as a great enter- 
tainer. Larry Parks. Bill 
Goodwin, Evelyn Keyes. 
1946. 
[HBO] — 'The Final Op- 
tion' A radical anti- 
nuclear group takes 
over the American Em- 
bassy in London. Ri- 
chard Widmark, Judy 
Davis. Lewis Collins. 
1982. Rated R. 



1 1:40PM — 'Making Love' A 
young woman must 
face the knowledge that 
her husband is in love 
with another man. Kate 
Jackson, Harry Hamlin. 
Michael Ontkean. 

1981. 
SATURDAY 
11/15/86 

10:00AM CD — 'Ironmaster' The 
emotions of primitive 
man erupt wildly in this 
stunning allegory of 
peace and war set at the 
dawn of time. George 
Eastman, Pamela Field. 
1983. 
[HBO] — 'Goonies'(CC) 
A group of kids encoun- 
ter vengeful pirates in a 
neighborhood cave 
when they go looking 
for buried treasure. 





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Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, 
Jeff Cohen. 1 985. 
Rated PG. In Stereo. 
1 1:30AM — 'To Be Announced' 
12:00PM [HBO] — 'Wholly 
Moses?' Holy Land 
tourists stumble on a 
lost text and become 
transformed into its 
characters. Dudley 

Moore, Laralne New- 
man, Richard Pryor. 
1980. Rated PG. 
1:00PM CD— 'Top Of The World, 
Mat* A football player 
and his mother hunt 
New York for an under- 
world kingpin who owes 
him $10,000. Dennis 
Weaver, Bo Svenson. . 
1971. 
1:30PM O — 'To Be Announced' 
2:00PM €0 — 'Outlaw's Paradise' 
A Department of Justice 
Investigator poses as a 
bandit to break up a 
ring of desperados. Tim 
McCoy. Ben Corbett. 
1939. 
3:00PM €D — 'Davy Crockett: 
Congress' The rugged 
Tennessee backwoods- 
man first fought the 
Indians and then sacrif- 
iced his political career 
defending their govern- 
mental rights. Fess Par- 
ker, Buddy Ebsen. 
1955. 

[HBO] — 'A Soldier's 
Story' (CC) Towards 
the end of World War II, 
a black Army attorney's 
investigation into the 
murder of a black ser- 
geant at a Louisiana 
military base ignites 
further racial strife. Ho- 
ward E. Rollins, Jr., 
Adolph Caesar. 1984. 
Rated PG. 
5:00PM [HBO] — 'The Bride* 
(CC) Dr. Frankenstein 
has trouble controlling 
his new creation - a 
beautiful woman. Sting. 
Jennifer Beals, Clancy 
Brown. 1985. Rated 
PG-13. In Stereo. 



ter vengeful pirates in a 
neighborhood cave 
when they go looking 
lor buried treasure. 
Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, 
Jeff Cohen. 1985. 
Rated PG. In Stereo. 

8:00PM © O — 'Dreams of 
Gold: The Mel Fisher 
Story' An American fa- 
mily searches for sun- 
ken treasure thought to 
be aboard a 350-year- 
old Spanish galleon. 
Cliff Robertson, Loretta 
Swit. Jonathan Hogan. 
1986. 

1 0:30PM © — 'Airport '77' A pri- 
vate jumbo jet crash- 
lands at sea. trapping 
its occupants beneath 
the ocean. Jack Lem- 
mon, Lee Grant, James 
Stewart. 1977. 
CD — 'Frogs' When a 
great-grandfather gath- 
ers his family to cele- 
brate his birthday, the 
ecological balance of 
frogs, lizards and 
snakes is upset. Ray 
Milland, Sam Elliott, 
Joan Van Ark. 1972. 

[HBO] -s 'To Live and 
Die in LA.' (CC) A gov- 
ernment agent goes un- 
dercover to find a coun- 
terfeiter after his 
partner is killed in the 
line of duty. William L. 
Peterson, Willem Dafoe. 
1985. Rated R. In 
Stereo. 



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g) — 'The Wicked Lady' 
In 17th century Eng- 
land, Lady Barbara 
Skelton is a demure 
wife by day and a 
treacherous highway- 
woman and lover by 
night. Faye Dunaway, 
Alan Bates, Denholm 
Eliott. 1983. 



_) — 'Nicholas and Alex- 
andra' Tsar Nicholas II, 
his failings as a mon- 
arch and the great love 
he had for his wife are 
depicted in this histori- 
cal drama. Michael 
Jayston, Janet Suzman, 
Roderic Notle. 1971. 

© — 'Adventures of the 
Wilderness Family' A fa- 
mily faces a rocky road 
to survival in the Rock- 
ies when they abandon 
the urban rat race for 
life in the wilderness. 
Robert Logan, Susan 
Damante Shaw. 1975. 

[HBOJ— Goonies' (CC) 
A group of kids encoun- 



10:45PM O — 'Under Fire' Three 
journalists on the front 
lines ol wartorn Nicara- 
gua find their lives and 
convictions threatened. 
Nick Nolte. Joanna Cas- 
sidy, Gene Hackman. 
1983. 

1 1:00PM © — 'Smokey and the 
Bandit' A trucker and 
his sidekick accept a 
challenge to make a 
round-trip journey of 
1,800 miles in 28 
hours. Burt Reynolds, 
Jackie Gleason, Sally 
Field. 1977. 
CD — 'Slap Shot' An ice- 
hockey team decides to 
start winning, even if it 
means playing dirty. 
Paul Newman, Michael 
Ontkean. 1977. 

12:00AM CD — 'The Werewolf of 
London' The bite ol a Ti- 
betan werewolf has a 
strange effect on a Lon- 
don doctor. Henry Hull, 
Warner Oland, Valerie 
Hobson. 1935. 
SUNDAY 
11/16/86 

1 1:30AM O — 'To Be Announced' 
12:00PM — 'Friendly Persua- 
sion' Southern Indiana 
Quakers resist the call 
to arms during the Civil 
War. Gary Cooper, Do- 
rothy McGuire, Anthony 
Perkins. 1956. 
CD — 'Andy Hardy's 
Blonde Trouble' Andy is 
torn between twin girls. 
Mickey Rooney, Bonita 
Granville, Lee and Lynn 
Wilde. 1944. 



€B — 'The Munsters' Re- 
venge' Dr. Diablo 
makes robot copies of 
Herman and Grandpa 
and sends them out on 
a crime spree. Fred 
Gwynne, Yvonne De- 
Carto. Al Lewis. 1981. 

€Q — 'The Golden Age of 
Comedy' The great co- 
medians of silent mov- 
ies provide a laugh a 
minute through film 
clips. Ben Turpin, Harry 
Langdon, Will Rogers. 
1958. 

[HBO] — 'Prime Risk' A 
young couple discovers 
a plan to sabotage the 
U.S. Federal Reserve 
system. Toni Hudson, 
Lee Montgomery. 

1985. Rated PG-13. 
12:30PM O — Tron 1 A video 
game inventor is 
zapped into an elec- 
tronic world where he 
must fight for survival. 
Jeff Bridges, David War- 
ner, Bruce Boxleitner. 
1982. 

1:00PM CD — 'The Castaways on 
Gilligan's Island' The 
shipwrecked crew of the 
Minnow II are rescued 
again and decide to turn 
their tropical island 
home into a posh resort. 
Bob Denver, Alan Hale, 
Jr, Jim Backus. 1979. 

2:00PM O — 'To Be Announced' 
[HBO] — 'Transylvania 
6-5000' (CC) Two tab- 
loid reporters are sent 
to Transylvania to inves- 
tigate the mysterious 
_ goings-on of a local 
scientist. Jeff Goldblum, 
Ed Begley. Jr.. Joseph 
Bologna. 1985. Rated 
PG. 

3:00PM O — 'Operation Petti- 
coat' A submarine cap- 
tain and his zany crew 
use off-beat methods to 
get their vessel back in 
action. Cary Grant. 
Tony Curtis, Arthur 
O'Connell. 1959. 
CD — 'Melody for Two' 
Band leader and hi; 
cunning arranger an 
fighting; there's an all- 
girl orchestra,..all 
blondes. James Melton. 
Patricia Ellis. Eddie An- 
derson. 1937. 

3:30PM O — 'Catlow' A Texas 
marshal is sent to arrest 
his lormer wartime 
friend who is now a cat- 
tle rustler. Yul Brynner, 
Richard Crenna. 1971. 

4:00PM © — 'To Be Announced' 

5:00PM CD — 'Doctor Who: War- 
riors of the Deep' 

5:15PM [HBO] — 'Protocol' (CC) 
A naive cocktail wai- 
tress becomes a na- 
tional heroine when she 
is recruited by the State 
Department as a proto- 
col official. Goldie 
Hawn, Chris Sarandon, 
Andre Gregory. 1984. 
Rated PG. In Stereo. 

7:00PM CD — 'PT-109' John F. 
Kennedy's exploits on 
the PT-109 are chroni- 




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Hardin, James Gregory. 
1963. 
[HBO] — 'Legend of Bit- 
lie Jean' (CC) A young 
girl becomes a local le- 
gend when she finds 
herself on the run Irom 
the law. Helen Slater, 
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8:00PM — Terms of Endear- 
ment' (CC) A mother 
and daughter learn to 
understand each other 
over the course of thirty 
years. Shirley Ma- 
claine, Debra Winger. 
Jack Nicholson. 1983. 
O © — 'Sudden Im- 
pact' (CC) Dirty Harry 
pursues a killer who 
emasculates his vic- 
tims. Clint Eastwood. 
Sondra Locke. 1983. 

9:00PM [HBO] — 'Bad Medicine' 
(CC) A young man in- 
tent upon becoming a 
doctor enrolls in a 
sleazy South American 
medical college when 
his grades prove loo 
poor for American 
schools. Steve Gutten- 
berg, Alan Arkin. Julie 
Hagerty. 1985. Rated 
PG. 

10:30PM (D — 'Indiscreet' An un- 
married American di- 
plomat claims to be 
married when he be- 
comes attracted to a 
European actress. Cary 
Grant, Ingrid Bergman, 
Cecil Parker. 1958. 

10:45PM (HBO] — 'Power' (CC) A 

media consultant with 
an ability to turn politi- 
cal candidates into win- 
ners uses his know- 
ledge to gain power. 
Richard Gere, Julie 
Christie, Gene Hack- 
man. 1986. Rated R. 

11:19PM O — 'Not Just Another 
Affair 1 A couple, who 
considers themselves 
strong-willed, find their 
conflicting morals and 
values tested in a com- 
plicated love alfair. Vic- 
toria Principal. Gil Ger- 
ard. Robert Webber. 
1982. 

1 2:00AM O — 'Night of the Living 
Dead' An experiment 
sets oft high-level radia- 
tion which activates the 
dead. transforming 
them into monsters. 
Duane Jones, Russell 
Streiner, Carl Hardman. 
1968. 
MONDAY 
11/17/86 

11:00AM [HBO] — 'Grease* A 

young man and his 



summer sweetheart 
meet again in their sen- 
ior year of high school. 
John Travolta. Olivia 
Newton-John, Siockard 
Channing, 1978. Rated 
PG. In Stereo. 

1 2:05PM <B — 'Hell is for Heroes' 
A group of battle-weary 
Gl's give their all to cap- 
ture a German outpost 
during World War II. 
Steve McQueen, Bobby 
Darin, Nick Adams. 
1962. 

12:30PM ID — 'Silent Night, 
Lonely Night" Two 
lonely people try to find 
happiness outside the 
framework of yester- 
day's memories. Lloyd 
Bridges, Shirley Jones, 
Cloris Leachman. 

1969. 

1:00PM [HBO] — 'Airplane!' A 
skiddish ex-military 
pilot has to take the 
controls of an airliner 
after the crew becomes 
ill. Robert Hays, Lloyd 
Bridges, Robert Stack. 
1980. Rated PG. 

3:30PM [HBO] — 'Elmchanted 
Forest 1 Upon sitting un- 
der a magical elm tree, 
an artist acquires spe- 
cial powers that he puts 
to use saving Fantasy 
Forest from destruction. 
1986. 

5:00PM [HBO] — 'Blame It on 
the Night' A rock star 
encounters problems 
when he meets his 1 3- 
year-old son for the first 
time. Nick Mancuso. By- 
ron Thames. 1984. 
Rated PG- 13. In Stereo. 

7:00PM O — 'Porky's' Lustful 
high school boys try to 
crash the local bawdy 
house. Dan Monahan, 
Mark Herrier. Scott Col- 
omby, 1981. 
© — Tron' A video 
game inventor is 
zapped into an elec- 
tronic world where he 
must fight for survival. 
Jeff Bridges. David War- 
ner, Bruce Boxleitner. 
1982. 

[HBO] — 'Runaway* 
(CC) Domestic robots 
turn into murdering 
machines when they go 
out ol control. Tom Sel- 
leck, Cynthia Rhodes, 
Gene Simmons. 1984. 
Rated PG-13. 

7:05PM CD — 'Boys' Night Out' 
Four men from Connec- 
ticut decide to establish 
a Manhattan hideaway. 
Kim Novak, James Gar- 
ner. Tony Randall. 
1962. 

J — 'Kate's Secret' 



(CC) A woman's bul- 
imic eating disorder 
threatens to destroy her 
life and marriage. Mere- 
dith Baxter-Birney, Ed- 
ward Asner, Shari 
. Belafonte-Harper. 
1986. In Stereo. 

CD — 'The Burning Bed' 
After a decade of beat- 
ings, a woman sets fire 
to her husband's bed 
and is tried for murder. 
Farrah Fawcett, Paul Le- 
Mat. 1984. 

© — 'Albert Schweitzer' 
Dr. Schweitzer tells his 
story about his medical 
work in Africa. Albert 
Schweitzer, Narrated by 
Fredric March. 1957. 
9:00PM [HBO] — 'Airplane!' A 
skiddish ex-military 
pilot has to take the 
controls of an airliner 
after the crew becomes 
ill. Robert Hays, Lloyd 
Bridges, Robert Stack. 
1980. Rated PG. 



8:00PM 



9:30PM ffi — "The Girl on the 
Late, Late Show* A 
production executive for 
an early morning talk 
show tries to track down 
a former movie actress 
who has disappeared 
from public life. Don 
Murray. Laraine Ste- 
phens, Gloria Grahame. 
1974. 

10:30PM [HBO] — 'Teachers' 
(CC) A burned-out but 
gifted teacher faces 
complex problems 

when his aging, over- 
crowded school is sued 
for awarding a diploma 
to an illiterate student. 
Nick Nolte. JoBeth Wil- 
liams, Judd Hirsch 
1984. Rated R. In 
Stereo. 

1 1:30PM O — 'Mary, Mary' A 
publisher is surprised at 
the sight of his ex-wife 
who has gone the full 
beauty treatment 

course. Debbie Rey- 
nolds, Barry Nelson, Mi- 
chael Rennie. 1963. 
© — 'Una Mujer* Feder. 
ico Luppi. 

1 1:40PM O — 'Rita Hayworth: 
The Love Goddess' The 
story of the legendary 
actress, from her early 
years as a dancer to her 
evolution as one of Hol- 
lywood's most popular 
film stars, is presented. 
Lynda Carter, Michael 
Lerner, Alejandro Rey. 

1983. 

TUESDAY 

11/18/86 

11:00AM [HBO] — 'Sinbad and 
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Sinbad sails Into a world 
of swords and sorcery 
and confronts a menac- 
mg sabcrtoolhed tiger. 
Patrick Wayne. Jane 
Seymour, Margaret 
Whiting. 1977. Rated 
G. 

1 2:05PM ID— 'Pony Express' Bui- 
lato Bill Cody and Wild 
Bill Hickock join forces 
to establish a fast, di- 
rect mail route from 
Missouri to the Pacific. 
Charlton Heston. 

Rhonda Fleming. Jan 
Sterling. 1953. 

12:30PM flD — 'Cutter's Trail' An 
entire town intimidated 
by a band ol outlaws Is 
rescued by a lone law* 
man. John Gavin, Mar- 
isa Pavan. 1969. 

1:00PM [HBO] — 'The Bride* 
(CC) Dr. Frankenstein 
has trouble controlling 
his new creation • a 
beautiful woman. Sting. 
Jennifer Seals, Clancy 
Brown. 1985. Rated 
PG-13. In Stereo. 

5:00PM [HBO] — 'One on One* A 
basketball star clashes 
head on with love while 
battling the college ath- 
letic establishment. 
Robby Benson, Annette 
OToole, Gail Strickland. 
1977. Rated PG. 

7:00PM O— 'Blazing Saddles' A 
crooked attorney 

general appoints a 
black sheriff to a small 
western town in a 
scheme to take over the 
territory. Cleavon Little, 
Gene Wilder. Harvey 
Korman. 1974. 

© — 'The Birds' A small 
shore (own is attacked 
by thousands of birds. 
Rod Taylor, Tippi Hod- 
ren, Suzanne Pleshette. 
1963. 

(HBOj-'Goonies'(CC) 
A group of kids encoun- 
ter vengeful pirates in a 
neighborhood cave 
when they go looking 
lor buried treasure. 
Sean Astin. Josh Brolin, 
Jeff Cohen. 1985. 
Rated PG. In Stereo. 

8:00PM GO- 'Penalty 
Phase' (CC) A res- 
pected judge risks los- 
ing his career and fa- 
mily when he considers 
exposing facts which 
could legally set a con- 
victed murderer free. 
Peter Strauss. Melissa 
Gilbert, Mitchell Ryan. 
1986. 

(D — 'The Wkked Lady' 
In 17lh century Eng- 
land, Lady Barbara 
Skelton is a demure 
wife by day and a 
treacherous highway- 
woman and lover by 
night. Faye Dunaway, 
Alan Bates, Denholm 
Eliott. 1983. 

9:20PM CD — 'The Maltese Fal- 
con' Hard-boiled detec- 
tive Sam Spade joins 
the search for a fabu- 
lous falcon statue when 
he investigates his part- 
ner's murder. Hum- 
phrey Bogart, Mary As- 
tor, Sydney Green- 
street. 1941. 

10:30PM [HBO] — 'The Bride' 
(CC) Dr. Frankenstein 
has trouble controlling 
his r\ew creation • a 
beautiful woman. Sting. 
Jennifer Beals, Clancy 
Brown. 1985. Raled 
PG-13. In Stereo. 

11:25PM CD — 'Flowing Gold' A 
young drifter in Texas is 
befriended by a oil fore- 
man and then over- 
comes all odds to save 
the burning oil wells. 
John Garfield, Pat O'B- 
rien, Frances Farmer. 
1940. 

1 1:30PM — 'Desperate Jour- 
ney' American pilots 
downed over Germany 
must outwit the Ges- 
tapo and escape across 
the continent. Errol 
Flynn, Ronald Reagan, 
Arthur Kennedy. 1942, 



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11:00AM [HBO] — 'Movers and 
Shakers' A screenwriter 
desperately attempts to 
pen a screenplay based 
on a best-selling sex 
manual. Walter Mat- 
lhau, Charles Grodin, 
Steve Martin. 1985. 
Rated PG. 

12:05PM CD — 'The Plunderers' A 
young outlaw is saved 
from arrest after saving 
the life of an army offi- 
cer in a Sioux uprising. 
Rod Cameron, tlona 
Massey. Adrian Booth. 
1948. 

1 2:30PM CD — 'Target of an As- 
sassin' Two men con- 
spire against an African 
leader, one a paid as- 
sassin and one who kid- 
naps him for ransom. 
Anthony Qulnn, John 
Phillip Law, Simon Sa- 
bcla. 1978. 

1:00PM [HBO] — 'Legend of Bit- 
lie Jean' (CC) A young 
girl becomes a local le- 
gend when she finds 
herself on the run Irom 
the law. Helen f ater, 
Peter Coyote. Ceilh 
Gordon. 1985. Raled R. 
In Stereo. 

3:30PM [HBO] — 'Rascals and 
Robbers: The Secret 
Adventures of Tom 
Sawyer and Huck Finn' 
Tom Sawyer and Huck 
Finn overhear a plot 
against the townspeo- 
ple to cheat them out of 
i 1 5,000. Patrick Crea- 
don, Anthony Michael 
Hall. 1982. 

5:15PM [HBO] — 'Transylvania 
6-5000' (CC) Two tab- 
loid reporters are sent 
to Transylvania to inves- 
tigate the mysterious 
goings-on of a local 
scientist. Jeff Goldblum, 
Ed Begley. Jr., Joseph 
Bologna, 1985. Rated 
PG. 

7:00PM O — 'The Frisco Kid' A 
Polish rabbi is sent to 
San Francisco to take 
charge of a congrega- 
tion during the Gold 
Rush, Gene Wilder, Har- 
rison Ford, Leo Fuchs. 
1979. 
CD — 'The Comanch- 
eros* A Texas Ranger in- 
filtrates the ranks of the 
Comancheros, an out- 
law gang supplying 
guns and liquor to the 
Comanches. John 

Wayne. Stuart Whit- 
man, Nehemiah Per- 
soil. 1961. 
[HBO] — 'Cocoon' (CC) 
A group of aliens has a 
dramatic effect on the 
lives ol several people 
living in a retirement 
community. Wilford 
Brimley, Don Amechc. 



Brian Dennehy. 1985. 
Rated PG-13. In Stereo. 
7:05PM CD — 'Guns for San Se- 
bastian' Peasants mis- 
take an army deserter 
for a priest when he ar- 
rives in an isolated vil- 
lage. Anthony Qulnn. 
Anjanelte Comer. 

Charles Bronson. 

1968. 

8:00PM CD — 'Going In Style' 
Three friends, living on 
welfare and social se- 
curity, decide to spice 
up their lives by robbing 
a bank. George Burns, 
Art Carney, Lee Stras- 
berg. 1979. 

9:00PM [HBO] — 'Mass Appeal' 
(CC) An Idealistic 
young deacon disrupts 
the peaceful parish of a 
comfortable middle- 
aged priest. Jack Lem- 
mon, Zeljko Ivanek, 
Charles Durning. 1984, 
Rated PG. 

9:30PM CD— TheGunsofNava- 
rone' Six men are as- 
signed by British Intel- 
ligence to destroy a 
Nazi fortress in the 
Greek Islands. Gregory 
Peck. David Niven, An- 
thony Quinn. 1961. 

10:45PM [HBO] -'Legend of Bil- 
lie Jean' (CC) A young 
girl becomes a local le- 
gend when she finds 
herself on the run from 
the law. Helen Slater, 
Peter Coyote, Keith 
Gordon. 1985. Rated R. 
In Stereo. 

1 1:30PM O — 'The Man Who 
Loved Cat Dancing' An 
ex-cavalry officer In- 
volves himsell with a 
woman fleeing her hus- 
band. Burt Reynolds, 
Sarah Miles, George 
Hamilton. 1973. 

© — 'El Caradura y la 
Millonarla' 

1 1:40PM O — 'Special Delivery* 
$500,000 in bank loot 
is stashed In a mailbox 
as an ex-marine makes 
a frantic getaway. Cybill 
Shepherd. Bo Svenson, 
Mel Scott. 1976. 

12:50AM CD — 'Dust be my Des- 
tiny' After starting a 
new life with his bride, a 
bitter ex-con is arrested 
for murder. John Gar- 
field, Priscilla Lane. 
1939. 

1:25AM [HBO] — 'Avenging An- 
gel' (CC) A reformed 
hooker studies law by 
day and investigates 
murder at night Betsy 
Russell, Rory Calhoun. 
1985. Rated R. 

2:00AM O — 'Quest for Love' A 
man lives two exist- 
ences in different times, 
putting one experience 
to advantage in the 
other. Joan Collins, Tom 
Bell. 1971. 



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hour comedy miniseries concerning two warring raisin-raising 
families in California. 
MONDAY 

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man, Teri Garr, Gregory Harrison and Charles Grodin. 



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49.22 13037 W BAIRSTOW ST 
1-20&-O 14 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13112 V NAWNAN ST 
1-208-015 IRVING W NERVILLE ." 

49.22 13102 W NAWNAN ST 
1-208-016 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13094 W MAWNAH ST 
1-210-001 IRVING WNERVILLE 

49.22 131 13 W HAWNAN ST 
1-210-002 IRVING W NERVILLE 

24.64 13015 W NAWNAN ST 
1-210-003 IRVING W NERVILLE 

24.64 13101 W NAWNAN ST 
1-210-005 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13077 W NAWNAN ST 
1-210-012 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13U2 W PADOOCK ST 
1-210-013 IRVING W NERVILLE 

49.22 13102 W PADDOCK ST 
1-210-019 RICHARD S FINN 

49.22 13036 W PADOOCK ST 
1-211-004 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 



24. EL 132II 
1-211-005 IRVWS W 

24. 64 13207 
H-211-006 IRVING W 

49.89 13195 
U-2I1-O07 IRVING W 

49.88 13183 
11-211-008 IRVING W 

24.64 13175 
U-21I-OO9 IRVING W 

24.64 13167 
11-211-010 IRVING W 

49.88 13159 
11-211-011 IRVING W 

49.88 13149 
M-2II-OI2 IRVING W 

24.64 13143 
11-211-013 IRVING W 

24.64 13137 
11-211-014 STANLEY 

41.72 13248 
11-211-019 IRVING W 

20.50 13200 
1-020 IRVING W 

41.72 13194 
11-211-021 IRVING W 

41.72 13182 
11-21 1-022 IRVING W 

41.72 13170 



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W PAODOCK ST 
NERVILLE 
W PADDOCK 
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41.72 13162 
11-211-024 IRVING W 

41.72 13152 
11-211-025 IRVING W 

41.72 13146 
11-211-026 IRVING W 

41.72 13140 
11-212-001 IRVING W 

49.22 13113 
) 1-2 12-009 A LARSON 

49.22 13025 
) 1-2 12-0 10 A LARSON 

51.96 37542 
11-212-011 IRVING W 

50.62 13112 
11-212-012 IRVING W 

21.90 13106 
11-212-013 IRVING W 

21.90 13100 
11-212-014 IRVING W 

43.72 13096 
11-212-015 RICHARD S FINN 

43.72 13084 W HENDEE RO 
11-212-016 RICHARD S FINN 

43.72 13072 W HENDEE RD 
11-212-017 IRVING W NERVILLE 

43.72 13062 W HENDEE RO 



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waukegan 6oob7 
waukegan 6oo87 
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waukegan 60087 
waukegan 60087 
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waukegan 60085 
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waukegan 60085 
waukegan 6oo85 
waukegan 60085 
waukegan 6oob5 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 600b7 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oob7 
waukegan 6oob7 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 60087 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oob7 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 60087 
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waukegan 60087 
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waukegan 60087 
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waukegan 60087 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oob7 
waukegan 6oo87 
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wauke'gan 60087 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 6oo87 
waukegan 60087 
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07-01-212-018 IRVING W NERVILLE 

43.72 13054 W NENDEE RD 
07-01-212-019 IRVING W NERVILLE 

43.72 13046 W HENDEE RD 
07-01-212-020 IRVING W NERVILLE 

43.72 13036 W HENDEE RD 
07-01-212-021 C L CURRY 

43.72 13024 W HENDEE RD 
07-01-4I3-OO3 KONRAO G STEIN 

44.63 37044 N NAGNOLIA AV 
07-02-101-005 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 6OO87 
WAUKEGAN 60087 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 



CURNEE 600)1 



240.94 DOROTHY CT 



07-02-101-006 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 6OO87 



128.61 DOROTHY CT 



07-02-101-007 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 



136.32 BURR OAK OR 



07-O2-I01-013 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 60087 



277.48 BURR OAK DR 



07-02-101-043 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 

240.94 BLOSSOM AV 
07-02-101-056 VINCENT A KATHLEEN VITALE 

948.46 4837 CREST CT 
07-02-102-001 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 60087 



WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
WAUKEGAN 60087 



156. IB BURR OAK DR 



O7-O2-I02-O2I FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 60087 



352.88 BURR OAK DR 



07-02-102-023 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 60087 



273.42 CASHNORE RD 



07-02-102-029 FSLIC-OPERATIONS MARKETING DIVISION 



WAUKEGAN 6O0B7 



325.32 BURR OAK DR 

07-02-402-0 IB JAMES STEPHENS 

159*54 37292 N DELANY RD 
07-03-100-003 1ST NATIONAL BANK Of CHICAGO 

446.63 SKOKIE HWY 

07-03-300-009-0021 WILLIAM OCONNOR 

60.29 SKOKIE HWY 

O7-03-3OO-OM-OO2I WILLIAM OCONNOR 

50.13 5K0KIE HWY 

07-O3-3OI-OIO OONALO A MARYLOU MERLOCK 

1 .563.72 5632 W HANSSEN RO 
07-04-20O-O11 JOSEPH W HOFFHANN 

3.236.26 37622 N DILLEYS RD 
07-04-400-0 I 4-O021 WILLIAN OCONNOR 
91.17 OILLEYS RO 
07-04-400-015 WILLIAN OCONNOR 
326. 48 DILLEYS RD 
07-07-102-002 PATRICK RUNG 

757 »35 18660 W JUDY DR 
07-07-106-013 TED J ft MARY H PURDY 
570.77 36606 N TRAER TER 
07-07-200-004 ROBERT C ANDERSEN 

239.04 36753 N HUTCH INS RD 
07-O7-304-027 RICHARD XELVER 

1.464.90 IB674 W WESTWOOD PL 
O7-O7-305-OI7 ELIZABETH M ANDERSON 
692.62 36392 N TRAER TER 
07-O7-311-O05 OLIVER S LEIN 

582.04 18559 W WOODLAND TER 
07-O7-4O1-O25 M ESFORNES 

842.28 18433 W STREAMWOOD CT • 
07-O7-401-O26 BARRY J l CAROL BEITZEL 

48. IB 18403 W STREAMWOOD CT 
07-07-402-030 ALEXANDER POCUE 

691 .40 36460 N DOUGLAS TER 
07-O7-403-O04 GEORGIALEE FEELY 

1.369.54 36370 H GRANOWOOD DR 
07-07-404-003 ROBERT J C SANDRA L STEFFENHAGEN 

624.53 36235 N PARK DR 
07-07-404-004 MANDA B MAHN 

1,086.64 36225 N PARK DR 
07-09-200-002-0021 WILLIAM OCONNOR 
44.56 OILLEYS RO 
07-09-200-004-0010 WILLIAM OCOHNOR 

1,192.48 2369 N DILLEYS RD 
07-09-200-004-0011 WILLIAM OCONNOR 



125. 3B 



2369 N DILLEYS RO 



07-10-1DO-OOI-0021 WILLIAM OCONNOR 



124.10 



DILLEYS RD 



07-1O-I00-O02-O02I WILLIAN OCONNOR 

199.56 DILLEYS RD 
07-10-100-009 WILLIAM OCONNOR 

138.91 STEARNS SCHOOL RO 
07-10-200-003 WILLIAM OCONNOR 

643.23 SKOKIE HWY 
07-10-200-004 WILLIAM OCONNOR 

485.59 SKOKIE HWY 
07-10-200-006-0021 WILLIAM OCONNOR 

57.25 STEARNS SCHOOL RD 



WAUKEGAN 600&7 
GURNEE 60031 
WAD5W0RTN 600B3 
GURNEE 60030 
GURNEE 60031 
WAOSWORTH 60083 
WADSWORTH 6OOB3 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
CURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
GURNEE 60031 



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10-200-016 WILLIAN OCONNOR 

524.16 SKOKIE HWY 
10-300-006 JACK L HANSON 

1.B25.46 36211 N DILLEYS RD 
10-400-002 NANCY ANN ft KENNETH MILLER 

1.417.16 36364 N FULLER RD 
10-400-004 MARILYN R HONKEN 

474.17 36312 N FULLER RD 
10-402-007 CHARLES T TIHMOHS 

792.98 BUTTERNUT CT 
10-403-023 SILVANO A ft OFELIA V BRAGADO 

37. 58 LAWSON BLVD 
10-405-011 MICHAEL E ft JANICE WELCH WELCH 

15.26 RED PINE AV 
11-200-084 DANIEL ft KAREN B SCOTT 

494.41 2670 WOODVIEW CT 
II-2OO-O96 ANERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF CHICAGO 

3.852.20 BRENTWOOD LN 
11-201-068 ROBERT L KLAWONN 

1,131.20 4194 BRENTWOOD LN 
11-201-129 ANERICAN NATL BANK ft TRUST CO OF 

8,727-60 BRENTWOOD LN 
11-201-130 AMERICAN NATL BANK ft TRUST CO OF 

8,454.06 BRENTWOOD LN 
11-201-131 ANERICAN NATL BANK ft TRUST CO OF 

8.818.18 BRENTWOOD LN 
11-202-067 JAMES B SAUM 

506.07 4156 BRENTWOOD LN 
12-102-002 GEORGE W FORD 

W BLANCHARD RD 

BIRK 

W NEMESIS AV 

BIRK 

W WALL AV 

BIRK 



551.64 13643 
12-106-001 EDWARD N 

183.86 13686 
12-106-002 EDWARD N 

274.78 13651 
12-106-003 EDWARD N 

274. 78 13650 W NENESIS AV 
12-109-007 DONALD KLINESNITH 

590.67 13564 W VERHONT AV 
12-201-002 ROGER D ft ANDREA E BOCK 

655.28 13463 W BLANCHARD RD 
12-204-001 ROBERT C ANDERSEN 

93.00 13111 W BU^CHARD RD 
12-403-013 DONALD N HORSLEY 

524.45 3712 FLORIDA AV " 
12-404-020 LAWRENCE EDMONDS 

1,078.32 3450 FLORIDA AV 
12-412-004 STAN BINNING 

340.74 3436 HIGHLAND AV 
12-415-004 ELLA GOLLUSCH 

122.92 BELLE PLAINS AV 
12-416-008 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

61.82 GREENWOOD AV 
13-101-006 BROOKIND CORP 

16,230.66 4009 W PORETT DR 
-13-102-005 BOHEMIA GROVE ENTERPRISE 

■555.55 MORRISON DR 



07-13-103-004 WGL/CURNEE t HAWTHORN REALTY CROUP 

933.30 CLEARVIEW CT GURNEE 60031 

07-13-103-007 WCL/GURNEE t HAWTHORN REALTY GROUP 

630.02 CLEARVIEW CT 
07-13-2O1-O03 DAVID R ROBINSON 

185.44 JOHNS MANVILLE AV 
07-13-201-006 DAVID ROBINSON, TRUSTEE 
864.02 JOHNS MANVILLE AV 
07-13-201-007 DAVID ROBINSON, TRUSTEE 
173.96 JOHNS MANVILLE AV 
O7-I3-204-OO6 THERESE HEZYDLO 
62.52 CLEARVIEW AV 
07-13-207-007 JOSEPH M JOHNSON 
189.32 3459 KEITH AV 
07-13-207-010 JOSEPH H JOHNSON 
173.96 3459 KEITH AV 
O7-I3-219-OO5 DOLORES BIA5IELL0 

43.48 PACIFIC AV 
07-13-300-005 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1177 

7,835.42 1311 ESTES AV 
07-13-300-086 JEFFREY P SEROAR 

1.323.94 ESTES AV 
07-13-320-004 EDWARD WALKER 

1,623.54 3864 W GRAND AV 
07-13-400-006 INTERURBAN DEVELOPMENT CO 

557.78 CRANDVILLE AV 
O7-I3-4OO-OO7 INTERURBAN DEVELOPMENT CO 

1,053.76 CRANDVILLE AV 
07-13-400-010 INTERURBAN DEVELOPMENT CO 

1,680.76 GRAND AV 
O7-I3-4OI-OO7 JOHN J ft LOR ETTA J ARADO 

874.76 3764 W CRAHDMORE AV 
O7-I3-408-OO7 JACK VITRULS 

873.55 3740 W CRANDVILLE AV 
O7-I4-IOO-OO5 1ST NATIONAL DANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 

6,856.98 35730 N SKOKIE HWY CURNEE 

07-14-100-011 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 2199 

121.20 HWY 21 CURNEE 

07-14-200-003 SUBURBAN TRUST ft SAVINGS BANK TR 3733 

1,272.48 35515 N SKOKIE HWY CURNEE 

07-14-200-006 STATE OF ILL I NO 1 5 

55-36 35505 N SKOKIE HWY GURNEE 

07-14-200-025 VI Ton I R ft MILOSAVKA VUCKOVICN 

B.66 35899 N BARBERRY LN CURNEE 

07-14-201-007 DANIEL RIEOEL 

4.279.02 4170 GROVE AV GURNEE 

07-14-201-020 JAMES H FISCHER 

4,303.04 4290 LEE AV GURNEE 

07- 14-300-008 LARRAINE PEKLAY 

1,388.08 1020 N KILBOURN RD GURNEE 

07-14-300-009 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 202 

620.22 10 IB N KILBOURN RD GURNEE 

07-14-300-012 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1191 



GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6003 1 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 

WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 

TR 29543 
WAUKEGAN 60087 

WAUKEGAN 6OOB7 
CHICAGO TR 77404 

WAUKEGAN 600B5 
CHICAGO TR 77404 

WAUKEGAN 60085 
CHICAGO TR 77404 

WAUKEGAN 60OB5 
WAUKEGAN 600B7 
GURNEE 60031 
CURNEE 60031 
Gl'RNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
WAUKEGAN 6O087 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6003 1 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
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GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 600)1 



CURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
CURNEE 6OO3I 
CURNEE 60031 
CURNEE 6OO3I 
CURNEE 60031 
WAUKEGAN 60085 
CURNEE 60031 
CURNEE 60031 
CURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
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289.80 KILBOURN RD GURNEE 

07-14-300-029 JANES T ft NANCY L PACH1N 

817.89 931 N EMERALD AV GWrntt 6OO3I 

07-14-300-047 R BRANKEY J DIETNEYER ft 2305304 

798.21 MILWAUKEE AV CURNEE 600)1 

07-14-300-049 R BRANKEY J DIETNEYER ft 2305304 

3.787.52 720 N MILWAUKEE AV QWIHU 60031 

07-14-400-001 SUBURBAN TRUST ft SAVINGS BANK TR 3733 

9.949.44 1251 N KILBOURN RD 
07-14-404-005 MICHAEL L ft N1CK0LINE KEN0ER50H 

1.047.45 990 RALPH AV 
07-15-200-O2S LASALLE HAT I ORAL BANK TR 53234 

14.12 FULLER RO 
O7-I5-2O3-O43 WILLIAM R ft PATRICIA K KURTH 

1,286.42 1587 DEER RUN 
O7-I5-206-OI3 FRED L ft KATHLEEN N BOLIN 

714.56 1434 DEER RUN 
07-15-207-030 MARY L ft THOflAS J MAUS 

666.14 1476 BIRCHVOOD LN 
07-15-207-099 DARRELL A SOPPE 

1,283. 4B STRATFORD DR 
07-15-209-012 ROBERT LEKI 

1,881.02 5163 EAU CLAIRE CT 
07-15-209-013 JANES F ft DEBORAH A RING 

1.0)6.02 5151 EAU CLAIRE CT 
O7-I5-30O-OI2 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP 

2.687.40 GRAND AV 
07-15-400-004 BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

I, 181.74 5126 W GRAND AV 
07-15-407-008 WILLIAM W ft HELEN S CALDWELL 

37.67 4930 W GLENOALE OR GURNEE 60031 

07-15-409-022 ROBERT C ft GLENOA R ANDERSEN 

508.08 ROGERS RD CURNEE 60031 

07-15-410-018 RAMON W TANSKI 
• 544.28 720 N RIVERSIDE DR 



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PATRICIA SCHECK 
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LINDA M NORDIN 
W JONATHAN LN 
SHAREN L HOEFT 
W ORCHARD VALLEY RO 
ft JANICE GRUNDBERG 
W SIBELIUS LN 



O7-I6-IOO-OO7 DONALD ft 

2,031.56 16763 
07-16-301-012 JOHN R ft 

1,032.24 16958 
O7-I6-303-OO6 JOHN C ft 

1.150.71 16825 
O7-I6-303-OO9 RONALD J 

2,801.93 16950 
07-17-100-006 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 370 

13.469.62 17557 W GRAND AV 
O7-I7-IOO-OO7 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 370 

296.14, 17567 W GRAND AV 
07-18-100-004 WILLIAM J CURRAN 

1,318.70 IB933 W GRAND AV 
07-18-100-005 WILLIAR J CURRAN 

1,220.21 18891 W GRAND AV 
O7-I8-IOO-OI3 DIHITRIOS VASSILIADES 

3.284.62 35697 N HWY 45 

07-18-103-003 ARTHUR R 

643.90 16SI1 

07-19-101-001 CONROD L 

219.42 34997 

07-19-103-014 HAROLD L 

615.80 18775 

07-19-104-005 PATRICK 



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W MARIAN DR 
CARRANO 
N LINCOLN AV 
NELSON 
W PARK PL 
J ft PATRICIA I LEKAWA 



949.84 34819 N LAKE SHORE DR 
07-19-106-002 JADPRO TOOL ft MANUFACTURING INC 

1,464.28 34746 N HWY 45 
O7-I9-IO6-OO6 ROBERT HEAD 

409.00 18790 W COTTAGE AV 

07-19-106-015 RALPH NICHOLS 

5.35 18722 W COTTAGE AV 
07-I.1-106-O27 RALPH NICHOLS 

422.07 18741 W COTTAGE AV 
O7-I9-IO7-OO7 BARRY HERRING 

366.96 8 BR1GANTINE LN 
07-19-300-005 CARL ZEIT 

1.267.01 36367 N HWY 45 
07-19-304-005 FIRST NAT'L BANK OF LAKE 

516.30 119 MAINSAIL DR 
07-20-200-008-0021 MOHAMMED NASR 

461.42 17440 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-20-200-010 LAKELAND BIBLE FELLOWSHIP 

253.87 34500 N HUNT CLUB RD 
07-20-202-004 MOHAMMED NASR 

399.95 34670 N RED OAK DR 
07-20-202-005 MOHAMMED NASR 

547.31 36720 N RED OAK OR 
07-20-202-006 HOHAHHED HAS,* 

315.03 36730 N NED OAK OR 
07-20-300-010-0010 COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF 

1,026.36 17647 W WASHINGTON ST 
O7-2O-3OO-OIO-OOII COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF 

661.66 17647 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-22-400-001 ROBERT E CREEL 

603:06 I55U W WASHINGTON ST 



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LAKE VILLA 60046 

LAKE VILLA 60046 

LAKE VILLA 60046 

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LAKE VILLA 60046 

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07-23-200-055 

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07-23-201-003 

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07-23-203-410 

07-23-204-010 

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07-23-204-011 

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07-23-204-O12 

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07-23-209-002 

38 
07-23-209-004 

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WALTER H S CAROL J SAHOAIZ 
.1* 559 N O'PLAINE RD 

PHILIP F 1 ARLENE A SAVIN 
.42 4103 V GRAND AV 

■ 16 OARS DEVELOPMENT CO 
.82 CILLW6S DR 

LOUIS HAZZONE 
.34 OREXEL AV 

GRACE DALY 
.48 MOWN PL 

HELVIN R SOLON 
.04 1ST ST 

DELPHTNE LACROFf 
.04 DROWN PL 

GRACE DALY 
,54 1ST ST 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
.42 UNIVERSITY AV 

GRACE OALY 
.42 UNIVERSITY AV 

ROBERT SNOOK TR 
.42 UNIVERSITY AV 

JOSEPH COSTILLO 
.42 UNIVERSITY AV 

CRACE OALY 
.02 ELLIS AV 

GRACE OALY 
.42 ELLIS AV 

AMERICAN NATIONAL RANK TR 7*2 
.24 42(1 W DORCHESTER AV 



07-23-218-004 RAYMND N CARR 
151-28 KENWOOD AV 
O7-23-219-OO9 DANIEL RIEDCL 

218.30 HARPER AV 
07-23-220-OOi JOHN A SWEETWOOD 

2,297.3* 337 N OELANY RO 
07-23-220-009 6 COUVALL J SWEETWOOD 

164.10 RLACKSTONE AV 
07-23-220-010 GEORGE A COUVALL 

164.10 RLACKSTONE AV 
O7-23-22O-OII JOHN A SWEETWOOD 

16V 10 RLACKSTONE AV 
07-23-220-013 J SUDA G SUDA 

122.31 BLACKSTONE AV 
07-23-221-001 ARTHUR BAILES 

435.91 4459 W GRAND AV 
07-23-221-004 JOSEPH W t PATRICIA J HOFFMANN 

1,425.60 4411 W GRAND AV 
07-23-410-010 EDWARD SAKSENKAUS 

3,418.84 BIRCH DR 
07-23-417-005 LARRY KLEMM 

2.712.64 4125 CHARLES AV 
07-24-100-001 NANCY ANN I KENNETH MILLER 

910.90 4093 W GRAND AV 
07-24-100-004 JAHES F TE VOGT 

999.72 4053 W GRAND AV 
07-24-108-027 LARRY D WILCOX 

978.64 575 N GREENLEAF AV 
07-24-115-004 KAREN fl KLAASSEN 

35.39 ELLIS AV 
07-24-118-002 GRACE DALY 

76.02 WOODLAWN AV 
07-24-118-006 GRACE DALY 

151. 28 DORCHESTER AV 
07-24-122-001 ROBERT C 4 GLENDA ANDERSEN 

718.12 485 N GOULD ST 
07-24-122-007 NANCY E HACK 

12.43 SKOKIE HWY 
07-24-125-005 SPIRDS PS1H0S 

1,658.34 3913 W DORCHESTER AV 
07-24-125-009 JOHN PSIHOS 

1.499.48 3936 W KENWOOD AV 
07-24-125-012 CONSTANTINE C KLIQRA 

729.03 414 N ESTES AV 
07-24-130-010 DANIEL RIEDEL 

104.62 HARPER AV 
07-24-132-002 BRENDA ZINCK 

497.98 3823 W KENWOOD AV 
07-24-136-003 JOHN J TAYLOR 
75.64 HARPER AV 
07-24-137-005 ESTATE OF R. TOPPS 

16.60 SKOKIE HWY 
07-24-137-O06 ESTATE OF R. TOPPS 

16.60 SKOKIE HWY 
07-24-202-004 ROBERT A JOHNSON 

7.002.96 3663 W GRAND AV 
07-24-206-O03 PATRICIA SANATO 

4ofe.86 3777 w uNivrsciTv av 

07-24-208-008 THOMAS G i JAYNE A PETRAK 

613.73 MAGNOLIA AV 
07-24-213-021 EUGENE KALSER 

63.26 LAWRENCE AV 
07-24-213-022 EUGENE KALSER 

63.26 LAWRENCE AV 
07-24-213-024 GERE 4 CHERYL L 

51.57 BRIAR AV 
07-24-226-008 WILLIE 4 MARY T 

964.67 313 PINE GROVE AV 
07-24-400-030 ROBERT C ANDERSEN 

3,526.60 3435 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-24-40O-O37 TED 4 DEBJULEE RICHTER 

4,219.52 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-24-400-038 THEODORE C £ DEBRALEE RICHTER 

2,722.48 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-24-400-039 THEODORE C 4 OEBRALEE RICHTER 

2,294.94 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-24-400-040 TED 4 DEBRALEE RICHTER 

3,302.84 W WASHINGTON ST 
07-24-401-004 ANN T VANDi VENTER 

733-90 234 N WAVELAND ST 
07-25-107-4)03 ROGER T I HARJQRIE L COX 

96.77 ROSEOALE AV 
07-25-107-004 ROGER A WAS J OR I £ COX 

96.77 ROSEDALE AV 
O7-25-H6-OO5 CITICORP SAVINGS OF ILLINOIS 

711.84 331 DEVONSHIRE LN 
O7-25-II6-OI2 CITICORP SAVINGS 
127.50 W FRONTAGE RO 
07-25-116-013 CITICORP SAVINGS 

129.40 W FRONTAGE RO 
07-25-116-414 CITICORP SAVINGS 

127-50 W FRONTAGE RD 
07-25-116-415 CITICORP SAVINGS 

129.77 W FRONTAGE RD 
07-25-116-416 CITICORP SAVINGS 

132.41 W FRONTAGE RD 
O7-25-II6-OI7 CITICORP SAVINGS 

132.41 W FRONTAGE RD 
07-25-117-001 STEVEN 4 MARGUERITE SLOIOOZIAN 

580.93 3859 CAMBRIDGE DR 
07-25-117-033 CITICORP SAVINGS OF ILLINOIS 

650.75 443 SUSSEX CT 
07-25-118-011 GREGORY A 4 LINDA ft LETTENGARVER 

1.535-98 439 DEVONSHIRE LN 
07-25-118-030 QUALITY GROUP HONE BUILDERS CORP 

138.03 DEVONSHIRE LN 
07-25-1 19-011 CITICORP SAVINGS 

112.67 GREENVIEW OR 
07-25-11*412 CITICORP SAVINGS 

132. 61 GREENVIEW DR 
O7-25-II9-OI3 CITICORP SAVINGS 

132.41 GREENVIEW DR 



BUNNELL 



BENNETT 



i_ 



GURNEE 6OO3I 
GURKEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEI 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
-GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
PARK CITY 60085 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
PARK CITY 6OOB5 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
GURNEE 60031 
PARK CITY 600B5 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OOB5 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60065 



PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 

07-25-119-015 ALVAR LARSON 

264.11 GREENVIEW DR 

07-25-119-017 ALVAR LARSON 

255-00 GREENVIEW DR 

07-25-120-401 CITICORP SAVINGS 

118.40 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-120-402 CITICORP SAVINGS 

122.93 GREENVIEW DR 
O7-25-I2O-OO3 CITICORP SAVINGS 

122.93 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-120-004 CITICORP SAVINGS 

I27.50 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-120-405 CITICORP SAVINGS 

127.50 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-I2O-OO6 FRED BRAY 

127.50 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-120-007 CITICORP SAVINGS 

127.50 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-I2O-OOB CITICORP SAVINGS 

129.77 GREENVIEW DR 
07-25-120-010 CITICORP SAVINGS 

116.09 BEDFORD CT 
07-25-120-Otl CITICORP SAVINGS 

132.81 BEDFORD CT 
07-25-120-413 ALVAR LARSON 

255.00 BEDFORD CT 
07-25-120-018 CITICORP SAVINGS 

120.66 BEDFORD CT 
07-25-120-420 CITICORP SAVINGS 

147.60 SUTHERLAND OR 
07-25-120-023 CITICORP SAVINGS 

133.56 SUTHERLAND DR 
07-25-120-024 CITICORP SAVINGS 

127.50 SUTHERLAND OR 
07-25-120-026 CITICORP 5AVINGS 

118.40 SUTHERLAND DR 
07-25-120-428 CITICORP SAVINGS 

127.09 SUTHERLAND DR 
07-25-120-029 CITICORP SAVINGS 

117.24 SUTHERLAND DR 
07-25-120-030 CITICORP SAVINGS 

132.81 SUTHERLAND DR 
O7-25-2OO-OO3 RICHARD L MOHRHANN 

1.099.98 225 W HEAD DR 
07-25-401-001 HY WAY AUTO PARTS 
5.261.56 BELVIDERE RD 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OOB5 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6008$ 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 6OO85 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 60085 
PARK CITY 6OO85 



07-29-310-404 LASALLE NATIONAL BANK TR 10733* 

925.59 17514 W WINDSLOW DR 
07-29-313-006 JAMS R NISBET 

954.84 17535 V WOODLAND DR 
07-30-103-401 PHIL A FLORENCE KITTERMN 

336.95 18767 W GAGES LAKE RD 
07-30-104-005 WENDY DELAFONT 

510.11 18665 W OLD GAGES LAKE RD 
O7-30-IO4-OO9 KENNETH L GROSS 

79.81 18645 W OLD CAGES LAKE RD 
07-30-IO7-OO5 ADOLPH J HETLINCER 

3*566.7* 33821 N 2ND ST 
07-30-107-006 ADOLPH J HETLINCER 

556.71 33805 N 2ND ST 
07-30-108-006 R LI SKA J NANUS 

429-15 33791 N OAK ST 
07-30-108-015 RONALD KIRBY 

159-62 I8563 W OLD CAGES LAKE RD 
O7-3O-IO8-OI6 RONALD KIRBY 

159.62 18559 W OLD CAGES LAKE RD 
07-30-108-029 JAMIE JO PAVLICEK 

500.80 18564 W MIN ST 
07-30-109-012 IMCHAEL ■ 6AUHIR 

75.25 18520 W OLD CAGES LAKE RD 
07-30-112-004 WILLI AH • MAY ROBERTS 

251.92 I8583 W MIN ST 
07-30-113-006 ILMR A MRY PFAFriNGER 

91.82 33717 N LAKE SHORE DR 
07-30-114-018 OONN E A DEB START 

478.66 33666 N LAKE SHORE DR 
07-30-201-032 MNUFACTURERS HANOVER TR MORTGAGE 

345.88 33514 N LAKE SHORE DR 
07-3O-203-OI3 ADMINISTRATOR OF VETRANS AFFAIRS 

79* -72 33629 N EVERGREEN DR 

07-30-207-023 PETER GARCIA 

1,101.30 33616 N FOREST DR 
07-30-207-026 T FRENCH A PROROK 

581.48 33661 N CAGES LAKE RO 
07-3O-209-O26 OHANNES ROGIUYAN 

1,050.46 33670 N OAKLANO DR 
O7-3O-2O9-O30 BLANCHE A FUKA 

175.20 3363* N OAKLAND DR 
07-3O-209-O37 VA LOAN GUARANTY 026Z LH 486393 

175*20 35562 N OAKLAND DR 



07-26-205-021 WILLIAM H PETRIE 

2.915.00 351 WHITE OAK CT 
07-2&-205-45B CHICAGO TITLE t TRU5T CO TR IO69083 

156.5* TANGLEWOOD OR 
07-26-205-46 1 WAYNE M 4 LORA L TEEMN 

163.60 FIELOSTONE CT 
O7-26-2O5-O72 GRANT 4 JUDITH F GOLDSTEIN 

2,435.12 417 WHITE OAK CT 
07-26-206-404 WILLIAM A LACHELL 

93-53 TANGLEWOOD DR 
O7-26-206-OIO CHICAGO TITLE I TRUST CO TR IO69083 

187.06 TANGLEWOOD DR 
07-26-300-011 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR 6557 

844.28 33010 N O'PLAINE RD 
07-26-400-013 PROPERTY TAX SERVICE CO 

603.24 BELVIDERE RD 

07-26-400-021 PERIMETER VENTURE 
129-71 BELVIDERE RD 
07-26-401-004 EDWARD L WALKER 

754.02 O'PLAINE RD 
07-26-41 1-OOB WILLIAM H BOYLAN 

169.1* 14240 W LAWN AV 
07-26-411-009 WILLIAM H BOYLAN 

169.14 14216 W LAWN AV 
07-26-411-010 NICHOLAS P A ERIKA A NICKETAKIS 

1,294.79 14198 W LAWN AV 
07-26-412-003 JOSEPH H 4 JUDITH TUMS 

1.435.90 14197 W LAWN AV 
07-26-412-006 EDWARD J 4 ANJA E YLITALO 

1,106.85 14137 W LAWN AV GURNEE 60031 

07-27-100-025 STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 



GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 
* 6557 
GURNEE 6003! 

WAUKEGAH 6OO85 

WAUKEGAN 6OOB5 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 

GURNEE 60031 



24.72 RIVERSIDE DR 
07-26-201-047 ALLEN t ELLYH ROITER 

647.41 711 WAKEFIELD RD 
07-28-202-014 JEAN A t KURT S MRTH 

1,551.52 662 BETH CT 
07-28-202-024 DONNA J CARTER 
836.04 655 BETH CT 
07-28-202-029 JAMES L ADAMS 

647.41 645 BETH CT 
07-28-206-023 FLORIAN J SCHARDT 
898.06 690 CHANDLER RD 
07-28-207-OO5 JAMES R GLENN 

707.70 615 WHITNEY CT 
07-26-207-009 JAHES H SULLIVAN 
1,294.82 563 DUNHAM RD 
07-28-207-026 ELIZABETH J SCHMIDT 

707.70 581 DUNHAM RD 
07-28-207-041 CURTIS R ROBINSON 

1,551.52 599 DUNHAM RD 
07-28-207-047 JAME5 C FAZZIO 

1.009.54 609 DUNHAM RD 
07-28-300-013 CAM INVESTMENT CORP 

1.038.30 33007 N HUNT CLUB RD 
07-28-400-002 JOHN FARWELL 

2,174.32 33375 N MNCHESTER DR 
O7-28-4OO-OO3 JOHN FARWELL 

25B.99 33488 N HWY 21 
07-28-402-011 DANA K MORGAN 

1,294.82 746 DRURY CT 
07-28-402-018 BRIAN E FORBES 

1.294.82 747 SHEPARD CT 
07-28-402-028 MARIAN JEAN BRADSHAW 

666.26 729 SHEPARD CT 
O7-28-403-OI7 ARLENE J ARK IN 

1,018.48 781 CHANDLER RD 
07-28-404-004 M 4 MRS JEFFREY F RANIERI 

656.53 907 CLARK OR 
O7-28-407-O33 JAMES I SWINDLER 

654.53 914 ABINGDON CT 
07-28-407-035 JOHN MILLARO 

638.76 902 ABINGDON CT 
07-28-407-O44 RUSSELL SAVRE 

688.96 935 CHASE CT 

O7-28-407-O52 JOSEPH W 4 ANN M REZEK 

782.87 940 CHASE CT 
07-28-407-053 JOHN E LEMM 

1,309-06 938 CHASE CT 
O7-2P-404-O47 MARIO BRUGIONI 
1:3.30 920 VOSE DR 
07-28-410-006 MRY A PRICE 

504.77 5656 HEATHERRIDGE DR 
07-29-101-009 M A MS P SCHABERGER 

768.8O 17911 W CAGES LAKE RD 
07-29-IO3-OI2 DOUGLAS 4 KATHLEEN LOMARDO 

1,487.34 17592 W WARREN AV 
07-29-IO7-OI9 RONALD 4 ELAINE KASPER 

549.67 33508 N MILL RO 
07-29-301-OI9 JAMES E STEWART 

959-64 33280 N MILL RD 
07-29-302-001 SHIRLEY A WERDERMNN 

519.27 33497 N MILL RD 
07- : ?-302-029 EDWARD A MSTNUD 

1,805.66 17850 W BLACKHAWK OR 
07-: -309-015 SCOTT J 4 CHER IE A PEOTA 

860.31 17619 W WINDSLOW DR 
07-29-309-031 WILLIAM S 4 MRY J NAPIER 
31.77 17606 W WOODLAND OR 



MRGARET C HEHJIERLING 
OAKLAND DR 

MRGARET C HEHHERLING 
OAKLAND DR 
2WETTLER 
GRIENTREE RD 
KATHY A SPIES 
ORCHARD LN 



GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 6OO3I 
LIBERTYVILLE 60048 
LIBERTYVILLE 60048 
LIBERTYVILLE 60048 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GURNEE 60031 
GRAYSLAKE 60O30 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAY5LAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 600J0 



07-30-209-039 JEROME E A 

341.28 335** N 

07-30-209-040 JEROME E 4 

87. 60 33536 N 

07-3O-2II-OO6 MRGARET S 

200.00 33551 N 

O7-30-3O2-OO6 DANIEL J 4 

676.06 18897 W 

07-30-308-012 ELMIRE A BEND 

619.66 18790 W WILLOW POINT DR 
O7-3O-309-OII MRY A AAKNES 

1,334.82 333*8 N INDIAN LN 
O7-3O-3IO-OO7 JAMES L 4 NAMONA KLINEMN 

564.23 33261 N SUNSET AV 
07-30-31 0-010 CHARLES HI LU INN L WITHER 

693.60 33233 N SUNSET AV 
07-30-311-002 KENNETH M BALHES 

488.71 33279 N PARK ST 
07-30-312-001 EDWARD 4 VIRGINIA HORRISSEAU 

842.93 18787 W WILLOW POINT DR 
O7-3O-313-OO3 ARNOLD FRANZKE 

104.36 33247 N VALLEY VIEW OR 
O7-3O-314-OO2 RONALD G 4 JILL STORVIK 

744.86 33251 N COVE RD 
O7-3O-3 1 8-004 ROBERT D 4 LYNN N JACOBS 

529-92 33135 N INDIAN LN 
07-30-319-001 BEN J A SHIRLEY A JUNGMN 

278.06 18689 W DEERPATH RD 
O7-3O-32O-O28 RICHARD N LINDAHL 

336.46 33101 N ROLLING HILLS RD 
07-30-401-046 KAREN MORI ARTY 

963.BO 331 85 N COVE RD 
O7-30-402-OO3 BONNIE D MEYER 

34.22 33494 N LONE ROCK RO 
07-30-409-006 RICHARD J 4 MRGARET NEUBAUER 

.1.117-52 18179 W VALLEY DR 
O7-3O-409-OO8 WILLIAM KATRIS 

829.96 18155 W VALLEY OR 
07-30-414-007 WM F 4 THERESA A SCKMIEG 

739-*9 33060 N RIDGE RD 
07-3I-10O-O04 WILLIAM CLICK 

469.45 18851 W HWY 120 
07-31-101-008 HENRI ETTE VANDENBROEK 
645.93 32915 N SEARS BLVD 
07-31-105-002 WANDA MI EMI EC 

310.88 32821 N SEARS BLVD 
07-31-205-031 JULIAN JOHNSON 

724.85 16224 W HWY 120 

07-31-301-009 D ACCAROO T OLEARY 

l,*79-*2 3228O N PINE AV GRAYSLAKE 

O7-3I-3OI-OIO D ACCARDO T OLEARY 

1,114.72 32246 N PINE AV GRAYSLAKE 

07-31-309-010 JOHN C 1 LAURA L VANCE 

1,449.33 1892* W LINDEN AV GRAYSLAKE 

07-32-100-012-0021 CHARLES S POTTER 

21.04 32601 N ALMOND RD GRAYSLAKE 
O7-32-IOO-OI6-OO2I WILLIAM M 4 LOUISE N COLLINS 



GRAYSLAKE 6003© 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO30 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 60030 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 6O030 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO30 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 

GRAYSLAKE 60030 

CRAVSLAKE 6O030 

GRAYSLAKE 600JO 

GRAYSLAKE 6OO30 
CORP 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 

GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60O30 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 6OO3O 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 6OO30 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAY5LAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 
GRAYSLAKE 60030 



*.5* 32550 N ALMOND RD CRAVSLAKE 
07-32-4OO-OO6 JERRY A 4 MILDRED MASKEVICH 

863.29 32190 N HWY 21 LIBERTYVILLE 

07-33-100-001 CAM INVESTMENT CORP 

925.50 32977 N HUNT CLUB RD LIBERTYVILLE 
07-35-100-414 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR 6557 
555.92 32990 N O'PLAINE RD CURNEE 

O7-39-IOO-OI7 EMMY A CHRISTINA PATTERSON 

561.21 32866 N O'PLAINE RD CURNEE 

07-35-301-003 D ACCARDO T OLEARY 

1,411.14 RUDD CT 
07-35-301-011 D ACCARDO "T OLEARY 

1.512.76 RUDD CT 
07-35-301-015 D ACCARDO T OLEARY 

1.117-64 THORNEBERRY CT 
O7-35-3OI-OI6 D ACCARDO T OLEARY 

1,831.3* THORNEBERRY CT 
07-35-301-017 BANK OF WAUKEGAN 

1.703.38 THORNEBERRY CT 
07-35-301-022 D ACCARDO T OLEARY 

908.68 CCLANO DR 
07-35-301-027 D ACCARDO T OLEARY 
93K36 BAYBERRY CT 



WAUKEGAN 



WAUKEGAN 



WAUKEGAN 



WAUKEGAN 
WAUKEGAN 
WAUKEGAN 
WAUKEGAN 



6OO3O 
60030 
60030 
6OO3O 
6OO30 
60048 

r 

60048 

6OO3I 

60031 

6OOB5. 

60085; 

60085 

6OO85 

60085 

60085 

60085 



STATE Or ILLIK01S) 



eotXTY Of LAKE 



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1 1 Jack l„ Anderson, Iwreby certify that I an Comity Treasurer 
and Ex-offlclo County Collector of the County of Lake, In the Slato cf 
Illinois, and aa audi the keeper of the ricorJt of said office and Hut 
I lie foregoing 1* a 11*1 of delinquent I.111J1 and loti upon which taxes 
rraatn unpaid and due far Ukj year or year* 1010 through 1985 both 
Inclusive, together kith the owner's naiau, if known, and the aaounl of 
lax due l hereon. 



Dated at Uaukcgan. Lake County, Illinois this 6th day of 
KovcttbtT, A.O, 1086. 



1186B152WN 
November 13, 1986 



^JACK L. ASDLKSOS 
COWY TkT-ASlRER AXD 

KX-orncio coukty collector 



26t lok«tand N«wspap«fi 



Thursday, November 13. 1986 



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NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



ubltc nolle* If h*r*by glvtn that I, Jack L. Andanon, County 
irvr and Ei-Offlclo County Collector of Lata County, In th* Slat* 

lid will apply to the Circuit Court of nid County on Tuasday, th» 
lay of Kovct>bar> A.D. 1986. for Judgement flxlni the correct aaount of 
paid under protest and for Judt,eaent afalnat th* lands and tola 
tied and described In th* followlnt Mat of delinquent landf and lota 

general tasaa (or the year* 10 SO through 1 08S both Inclusive, to- 
with Interest, penalties, and coata due severally tharaon and for 
dralnar* and apeelal aiteatMnta due for the year* 191* throu|h 196S 
lnclu»lv« toitrttier with Inter**!, penaltle* and coata du* severally 
»n. and for an order to a*ll aald landa and lota for aallafatllon 
y[ . public nollcr la also hereby given that on the flrat Monday of 
■r. 1086, to wlti on the lit day of December, A.D. 1986, all th* 
■nd lot* for the aale of which an order shall be rude, utll be exposed 
abllc %aU In the building utter* aald Circuit Court 1* held In aald 
In th* Court Houi* In Uaut*a,an, In aald County for the aaounC of 
apeelal taiai, dralnaK*. ipeclet intiiMati, Intareat. penaltlei 
[oil* du* aeverally thereon, except auch ai ehall have bean paid at 
-tine of tale. Said aale shall Constance at 9 o'clock A.M. Central Tine. 
sndav the lit day of Deernber. A.D. 1986, and to continue froa day to 
Until the sane ahall be completed and If (or any cauae auch Judfteennt 
() not be rendered on the aald JJtll day of Novenber, A.D. 1986, then 
aale will be Bade on th* first Monday after auch Judgment shall be 
• red torrenciptji at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of auch flrat Monday. 



Cuila on each tract or description of land three dollars; on each lot 
Inscription of lot three dollars. Also Interest at th* rat* of on* and 
(lull par cent. pec nonth will be aJded after June 2. 1986, on the first 
lallnent and on* and one half per cent per nonth on th* second Install* 

after Septenber 2, 19S6. - 

Those taipayers who have previously compiled with Section 194 of thw 
■nun Act of 1939 hy pay int. under protest both tnilalloenla of their 198S 
•1 property ta»et ruy file with the Clerk of the Lake County Circuit 
iri any rejections which they 'amy have to the aforesaid application for 
(recnt. All objections filed oust coeply with requlreoents of Sections 
and 211. of the Revenue Act of 1939. 

Grant Township 

IH. IND NUM/ HAflt / 

A*0UHT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

)2-40}-O07 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I TR OF 

■ 2,1.1.8. 58 371BV N STANTON POINT RD 
J3-IOO-007 CHARLES J A SANDRA ANN KEGEL 

9, 1.01. Oli FOREST AV 
33-100-023 ROBERT G BURKROSS 

2.U5-64 HOWARD AV 
53-200-001 GENERAL ROBERT E WOOD MEMORIAL 
It?. 32 26800 W CRAB APPLE ISLAND 
15-03-300-030 RUSSELL A BARBARA HARDIN 

2*0.53 1 16 FOREST AV 
^5-03-300-173 BRIAN R CR! SHAH 

993.14 KINEOLA HO 
>5_0 3-303-001 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 3*»I0 

5,392.68 175 WALTON I AN TER 
)£-03_3Q&_oo*j JOSEPH J RUFF 

600.29 U3 ARTHUR AV 
)5-Q3-308-030 SCOTT L t RUTH H SPERLING 
66.52 WOODHILLS BAY RD 
I05-O3-308-OM SCOTT L A RUTH H SPERLING 

817.00 85 WOODHILLS BAY RD 
105-04-100-014 DENNIS PI A PATRICIA A BERRY 

2*9.56 37707 N LAKE VISTA TER 
1 05-04- 100-0 17 JANOS A MARIA SZEKERES 

2.5*0.60 375*0 N KWY 12 
05-01- 1 00-0 1 9 FRED WEISZMANN 

71.6* WILLI AM PL 
05-0*- 1 00-02* NORA m MY 

33.1.8 WILLIAM PL 
05-04-100-027 BENJAMIN WATTS 

' 25.** N LAKE VISTA TER 
05-04-101-001 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37990 N NIPPERSINK PL 
O5-0UIO 1-002 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37986 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-OU 1 01-003 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37980 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-04-101-004 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37976 N NtPPERSINK PL 
05-01.-10 1-005 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37972 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-04-101-006 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37966 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-04- 1 01-036 ROBERT E * VICKI L MEWS 
91.72 37770 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-04-102-001 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37981 N NIPPERSINK PL 
1 05-0*- 102-002 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37977 « NIPPERS I MR PL 
05-OU 102-00 3 JOHN DELPINO 

58.26 37971 N NIPPERSINK PL 
05-OV-I02-OO7 JOHN OELPINO 

58.26 28911 W KENDALL AV 
105-0*- 103-OOI DANIEL J OALZIEL 

58.26 268*9 W KENDALL AV 
05-o*-IO«-009 LEROY J VICTORINE 

79*i6 3797*) N HAROLD PL 

t>5_o*-io*-01* ROBERT KAHN 

121.18 37926 N HAROLO PL 
B5-0*-I0*-O15 ROBERT KAHN 

121.18 37922 N HAROLO PL 
b5-O*-105-002 EMERSON SCHWARTZ 

60.59 37379 N HAROLD PL 
S5-OV-J05-0O5 JOHN T A LYNN E SETNOR 

266.96 37955 N HAROLO PL 
b5-O*-108-OO2 CHICAGO TITLE I TRUST COMPANY 

)49.I9 37990 N NORA PL 
D5-04- IO9-OO5 OLVIN PAGAN 

580.** 37959 N NORA PL 
P5-0W-) 10-010 PARKWAY BANK 35*9 

121.18 37784 H WEST ST 
P 5-0*- 11 0-0 II PARKWAY BANK 3589 

121.18 37772 N WEST ST 
P5-0U110-O18 JOSEPH E A CAROL A MISICKA 

612.72 28915 W WESTLANE AV 
k-ow-l 11-OI9 BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 1528 

121.18 3783* N HAROLO PL 
D5~0*-l 13-012 MICHAEL T A NANCY RYAN 

7*. 66 37775 N WATTS AVE EAST 
D5-0*-1 13-013 MICHAEL T A NANCY RYAN 

323.52 37773 H WATTS AVE EAST 
P5-0WI 13-41* MICHAEL T A NANCY RYAN 

7*. 66 37765 N WATTS AVE EAST 
P5-0*- 11 3-0*3 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

1*9.32 37680 N LAKE VISTA TER 
b5-O*-30O-O0l FRED WEISZHANN 

265.80 37*55 N TERRACE LN 
i5-O4-30O-O02 FRED WEISZMANN 

163.88 HWV 12 
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, 310.5* HVY 12 
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69.60 HWY 12 
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1,260.84 611 MONTERREY TER 
|5-O*-301-020 J ROSINSKI M SAUER 
1.088.5* MONTERREY TER 
K-04-301-132 ROBERT H ERICKSON 

. 1,481.36 FORTRESS OR 
15-14-301-133 ROBERT H ERICKSON 

52O.O8 FORTRESS OR 
15-04-301-150 RONALD RUSSELL 

977-88 617 KINGSTON BLVD 



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189.68 KINGSTON BLVD 
05-04-301-160 JERRY 4 SUSANHE R CHABOWSKl 

775.89 KINGSTON BLVD 
05-04-305-012 FRANK R A CHRISTINE MULLER 

■ 1,424.60 507 CASTLE RD 
05-04-401-015 FRANK HAYOEN 

1.769.54 170 RIVERSIDE ISLAND DR 
05-O4-402-O23 BE. CI MA M TALAGA 

3,642.70 109 NIPPERSINK BLVD 
05-04-402-024 W S G INC. 

2,516.86 105 NIPPERSINK BLVD 

05-04-403-006 RICHARD HAMM 

87.22 RIVCRVIEW AV 
05-04-403-024 RICHARD A JUDITH DIAMOND 

251.04 OAK ST 
05-04-403-025 RICHARD A JUDITH DIAMOND 

1,272.48 28 E OAK ST 
05-04-403-037 BERN ICE E CORRIGAN 

1,517.36 61 OAK ST 
05-04-404-006 VARO UH-481-162) 

369.58 65 WELLS ST 
05-03-200-002 STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH TR B5-122 

1,199.44 N PISTAKEE LAKE RD ■ 
O5-O3-20O-O2O CARL WARNING 

497*54 908 LAKE SHORE DR 
O5-O9-200-O21 JAMES LANNOH 

1,245.92 GRAND AV 
05-03-200-042 JOSEPH F A ANHA M MOULIS 

1,507.90 ROLLINS RD 
O5-O9-2OO-O43 HOWARD I BASS 
626.62 ROLLINS RD 
05-03-201-009 FERRER) ENTERPRISES 

4,177.26 17 N HWY 12 
05-O3-202-O22 D KIESGEN J KIESGEN 

1*0.80 MARVIN ST 
05-09-203-018 THOMAS ROGALSM 

770. BO 48 MC KINLEY AV 
O5-O3-2O3-O27 FRANCIS D GATHMAN 

364.82 38 MC KINLEY AV 
O5-O3-207-O2O N CADEK L CADEK G CADEK 

966.26 PISTAKEE LAKE RD 
05-03-210-018 PETER J COPPOLA 

511.57 N PISTAKEE LAKE RD 
05-09-210-020 EDWARD JACH1MEK 

513.23 22 N PISTAKEE LAKE RD 
05-09-210-025 DAVID MCKIE 

1,025.62 24 N PISTAKEE LAKE RD 
05-03-211-013 KENNETH A SHIRLEY PERTILE 

2,192.62 38 W GRAND AV 
O5-O9-2 1 1-020 GRACE M WOODARD 

589.36 34 W GRAND AV 
05-03-211-021 WILLIAM A CHURCHILL 

400.84 32 W GRAND AV 
05-09-214-008 MICHAEL F 0BR1EN 

137.64 W SCHOOL CT 
05-03-214-009 MICHAEL F OBRIEN 

137.64 W SCHOOL CT 
05-03-220-014 EDWARD J BIELSKI 

449.14 28 S PISTAKEE LAKE RD 
05-03-223-002 JAMES LANNOM 

588.58 15 E GRAND AV 
O5-O3-223-OO3 JAMES LANNOH 

2,548.36 E GRAND AV 
05-03-301-001 ROBERT THOMAS 

350.19 LAKE LN 
05-09-400-021 SHARON DERP.IG 

2 38.60 28 W ARLINGTON RD 
O5-O3-40O-07I J BOXLEY R BOXLEY BOXLEY 

1.484.15 78 LAKE LN 
05-09-400-104 KURT t 6 TERRI L SAVAGE AU 

876. 34 75 EAGLE POINT RD 
05-03-400-145 MANUEL A HILDA VALAOEZ 

275.28 53 TREMONT RO 
05-03-400-146 DAVID J OTT 

15.42 69 W TREMONT RD 
05-03-400-157 MANUEL A HILDA VALADEZ 

17*. 44 EAGLE POINT RO 
05-09-400-159 DAVID J OTT 

39.12 W TRENONT RO 
05-09-400-17* JEROME A SHIRLEE SCHMIDT 

70* .87 113 MANOR AV 
05-09-400-184 HELEN KILDEBRANT 

2.211.42 47 UNION AV 
05-O9-40O-202 AMERICAN NATL BANK A TR CO 

137.64 HWY 12 
O5-O9-408-OI6 RONALD R fULANCHUK 

1,876.78 RAY RO 
O5-O9-408-O53 HELEN t QUINL1SK 

104.04 HILLDALE RD 
05-10-100-081 CHARLES N A JUDY A TRONVIC 

12.87 12 HOLLY AV 
09-10-100-067 MARY D IRWIN 

990.04 98 KEYSTONE AV 
05-10-100-105 WALTER W ULICK 
229.94 VENICE AV 
05-10-100-136 MARIE BARTELL 

1.350.66 9 S HOLLY AV 
05-10-100-137 MARIE BARTELL 
689.06 S HOLLY AV 
05-10-100-146 CARL A MADELEINE SAND 

594.21 RANO AV 
05-10-100-147 CARL A MADELEINE SAND 

- 271.01 S YORK ST 
05-10-100-176 HARIAND E MORSE 

343 -34 32 TROY ST 
05-10-100-197 GEORGE H A JESSIE M HOLD STEM 

71.22 GRAND AV 
05-10-101-001 DAVID L BANGHART 

*2.65 WOODHILLS BAY RD 
05-10-101-008 WILLIAM J PANKO 

42.65 WOODHILLS BAY RD 
05-10-101-009 DONALD H A JUDY A BOW 

85. 30 WOODHILLS BAY RD 
05-1O-I07-O02 6 HOLLISTER C CLARK. E PETERSON 

115.78 GRAND AV 
O5-IO-IU-OO7 MILDRED DENMAN 

383.25 1)3 C GRAND AV 
O5-IO-II3-OI5 N AHRENS W AHRENS 

275.28 GRAND AV 
05-10-200-011 MR A MRS MARTIN VALENZIANO 

4.42 818 E GRAND AV 
05-10-200-016 M R RATHJEN 

113. 60 65 LIPPINCOTT RD 
05-IO-2OI-OO6 NATIONAL ATHLETIC CLUB 

876.19 266 LIPPINCOTT LH 
05-10-204-017 MARTHA E HOLLAND 

820.23 37 TWEED RO 
65-IO-204-O3O MARTIN J i FRANCIS VALENZIANO 

7.91 TWEED RD 
05-10-204-031 MARTIN VALENZIANO 

5.63 TWEED RD 
05-10-206-008 ALICE E HANSEN 

1.755.54 56 H LAKE ST 

05-10-206-013 JANET D CLAYTON 

2.126.74 46 N LAKE ST 

05-10-206-014 JANET D CLAYTON 

1,398.82 46 N LAKE ST . 
05-10-207-008 ALICE E HANSEN 

2*1.6* 56 N LAKE ST 
05-10-208-001 JANET D CLAYTON 

267.52.49 LAKE ST 
05-1O-212-O09 FRED A JUNETTA BACK 
2.064.00 242 E GRAND AV 



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275.28 240 E GRAND AV 
05-10-214-005 DAVID D A L0R1 A OLANDESE 

720.17 186 E GRAND AV 
05-10-214-009 ROBERT L MULLOWNEY 

2,575.92 194 E GRAND AV 
O5-IO-2I5-OIO CARL H A LUCILLE M FROST 

1,010.90 I N LAKE AV 
05-IO-215-OII CARL t LUCILLE FROST 

275.28 E GRAND AV 
05-10-301-013 RONALD F A REBECCA A PROSSER 

13.45 12 S RIDGELAND AV 
O5-IO-302-O27 RICHARD W A GERALD INE GERRETSEN 

18.80 RIDGELAND. AV 
05-10-303-007 GENEVIEVE L A GILBERT L ANTON 

67.22 WOODLAND AV 
O5-IO-303-OO8 GENEVIEVE L t GILBERT L ANTON 

87.22 WOODLAND AV 
05-10-303-017 WILLIAM t VIVIAN THOHEY 

636.32 12 S HILLCREST AV 
O5-IO-305-OO7 JOHN J A RUTH L BRACE 

671.50 13 HIGHVIEW AV 
05-10-305-008 TINA ICKHARDT 

343.04 15 HIGHVIEW AV 
O5-IO-3O7-OO4 MORTON ENGLE 

174.44 ROLLINS RD 
O5-IO-3O7-OI2 MORTON EHGLE 

107.16 RIDGELAND AV 
05-10-311-010 JEROME A BERN1CE TOHYAN 

34.03 HONING RD 
05-IO-3I3-OOI LILA RUTTER 

176.44 HILLCREST AV 
05-1O-401-O02 PAUL R DOLIN 
275.28 MAPLE AV 
O5-1O-40I-025 DOLIN A HIRSCH 

107.16 MAPLE AV 
05-10-401-026 WILLIAM M REILLY 

53.58 MAPLE AV 
O5-IO-403-OO5 DONALD K HAYDAM 

5.0) 199 E GRAND AV 
05-10-404-002 HENRY J WILL 

596.38 207 E GRAND AV 

05-10-405-011 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

52.36 ELM AV 
05-10-405-064 RONALD PROSSER 
1.28 WOODLOCK ST 
05-10-405-083 RONALD A REBECA PROSSER 

12.6* 202 DEVLIN RD 
O5-IO-407-OO7 DOLIN A HIRSCH 
174.44 S MAPLE AV 
05-10-403-001 RAYMOND G ALDERMAN 

267.36 23 S LAKE AV 
05-10-403-002 RAYMOND G ALDERMAN 

100.12 S LAKE AV 
05-IO-403-OO3 R G ALDERMAN 
67.22 S LAKE AV 
05-10-403-004 RAYMOND G ALDERMAN 

87.22 S LAKE AV 
05-10-410-003 EMELYN L MAST 
174.44 S MAPLE AV 
05-10-410-015 DONALD SANDERS 

33.12 MAPLE AV 
05-10-410-022 DOLIN A HIRSCH 
174.44 HICKORY AV 
05-10-410-023 THEODORE A TONI HULICK 

87.22 S HICKORY AV 
05-10-411-026 MORTON ENGLE 
357.42 ELM AV 
05-II-IOI-OO5 FOX LAKE HARBOR 

262.95 RUSHHORE RD 
05-11-101-009 EDWARD SIROVY 

672.79 213 RUSHMORE RD 
05-11-101-024 MICHAEL A MAUREEN BUSH 

19.00 42 RUSHMORE RD 
05-11-101-032 MYRTLE M NAPIER 

792.04 26 RUSHMORE RD 
05-11-105-001 MYRTLE M NAPIER 

40.22 22 RUSHMORE RD 
05-1 1-200-008 FRED C ANTONSEN 

303.52 36936 N RIDGE RD 
O5-II-2OO-OI5 RICHARD A HOEHNE 

865.26 26390 W INGLESIDE SHORE RD 
05-11-200-031 JOHN SENSHYN 

91.60 36669 N STANTON POINT RO 
05-11-200-042 MR A MRS MARTIN VALENZIANO 

38. 62 264B2 W GRAND AV 
05-11-200-043 MARTIN A FRANCES VALENZIANO 

2.050.36 818 E GRAND AV 
O5-II-2OO-O69 MR A MRS MARTIN VALENZIANO 

16.12 E GRAND AV 
05-1 I-2OO-O5O ROBERT F A LAURETTA M WARDEN 

1.715.52 E GRAND AV 
05-11-204-436 CLARENCE A MARGARET BEYER 

190.66 36788 N LAKE ST 
05-1 1-205-016 ALEXANDRIA M MADDEN 
154.20 36811 N LAKE ST 
05-11-205-043 NELENE A MURPHY 

920.07 26150 W ROSELAND CT 
05-11-206-002 FRED C ANTONSEN 

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05-11-206-003 FRED C ANTONSEN 

1 • 115.90 36895 N RIDGE RD 
05-11-208-006 JOHN A CLARALEE SCHWACER 

230.76 26429 w INGLESIDE SHORE RO 
O5-M-2II-OOI FRED C ANTONSEN 

2(7.58 368(0 N RIDGE RD 
05-11-211-002 FRED C ANTONSEN .. 

186.(2 36846 N RIDGE RD 
O5-U-213-OIO CYNTHIA L BLAYNEY 

408.81 36800 N STANTON POINT RD - 
05-11-215-011 ROBERT J KLEIN 

125.16 26082 W OAK CIR 
O5-II-215-OI5 FRANK P TERESI 

327.19 26036 W OAK CIR 
05-11-218-004 MR, A MRS ALLEN J GORT 

215.46 36682 N RIDGE RD 
05-11-301-004 WILLIAM CALLAHAN 

215.75 26658 W INDEPENDENCE AL 
05-1 I-3OI-OO9. BERNARD GAIDES 

94.74 2(596 W SQUAW RD 
05-U-401-O02 LE5LIE T PAYNE 

1 .06 26235 W GRAND AV 
05-11-401-003 LESLIE T PAYNE 

5.53 26221 W GRAND AV 

05-11-404-001 FRED A DIANE L SHAK 

55.68 36175 N JAMES CT 

05-11-406-002 FRED A DIANE L SHAK 

55.68 361(3 N JAMES CT 

05-11-407-001 EDWARD A ROSE OOIEK 

334.86 36177 N EAST END AV 
05-11-407-002 EDWARD A ROSE DOBEK 

111.36 361(9 N EAST END AV 
O5-II-407-OO9 WILLIAM F A JARV1S B WILLI AILS 

55. (8 3(162 N FRANCIS AV 
05-1 1-408-002 LORENZO TROTTI 

344.(6 36169 N FRANCIS AV 
05-11-409-004 ALLSTATE ENTERPRISES MORTGAGE 

111.36 36061 N JAMES CT 
05-11-410-007 EMMA RUCK 

111.36 36023 N EAST END AV. 
05-12-100-011 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

17.30 36775 N HICKORY CT 
05-12-10O-O2B MARQUETTE NATIONAL BANK TR 108*6 

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AMOUNT 

05-12-100-037 

54 
05-12-100-01*7 

87 1 
05-I2-102-O06 

606 
05- 12- 10«»-Olli 

301. 
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05-12-105-001 

1.359 

05-12-105-002 

303 



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NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

OOLIH I HIRSCH 

96 25611 W OLD GRAND AV 

RICHARD R WAG STROM 
.IB HICKORY ST 

DAVID L (DEBORAH A VANHAHSELAERE 
.31* 25601. W GRANT AV 

JOYCE E FURCA 

39 25590 V ORCHARD AV 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



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JOYCE I FURCA 
. 16 25582 W ORCHARD 
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SAVINGS BANK TR 2737 
21. 25677 U ORCHARD AV INGLESIDE 

NORTHBROOK TRUST * SAVINGS BANK TR 2737 
52 36891. N WATERSIDE LN INGLESIDE 600<il 



O5-I2-I05-OO3 NORTHBROOK TRUST I SAVINGS BANK TR 2737 



15 1.*> 2 36860 N WATERSIDE LH 
05-12-106-010 BRUCE R i SUSAN ft EYRE 

465.00 25575 W ORCHARD AV 
05-12-106-011 WILLI Aft K KREC 

1.7-37 25567 W ORCHARD AV 
05-12-1 14-001 RICHARD R WAGSTRON 

1.19.00 36581 N IOLA AV 
05-12-1 1 4-O02 RICHARO R WACSTRCft 

213.62 36567 N IOLA AV 
05-12-114-003 RICHARD R WAGSTRON 

213.62 36559 N IOLA AV 
05-12-1 ib-OOb RICHARD R WAGSTRON 

213.62 365i»3 N IOLA AV 
O5-I2-30I-009 ARTHUR t SHIRLEY SCHMIDT 

194.94 36356 N TAMARACK DR 
O5-I3-IO3-OO5 WILL I An S A KAREN A HARCOftB 

561.68 35671 N ASK ST 
O5-13-103-O06 WILL I AH S I KAREN A nARCOHB 

100.1.0 35659 N ASH ST 
O5-I3-IO7-OO9 JO ANN ftAZt ' 

50,20 35762 N HIGHPOINT LN 
05-13-107-010 JO ANN HAZE 

50.20 35776 N HIGHPOINT LN 
O5-I3-I07-OII JO ANN E MAZE 

206.99 35764 N HIGHPOINT LN 
05-13-107-012 JO ANN E HAZE 

50.20 35758 N HIGHPOINT LN 
05-13-IOB-OOd VARO (1.69227) 

' 163.44 35719 N WILSON RO 
O5-I3-I0B-O2I BETTY J EUKOVICH 

131.92 25966 W ROLLINS RD 
05-13-108-022 BETTY J EUKOVICH 

163. 1.1. 25958 W ROLLINS RD 
O5-I3-IOB-O23 BETTY EUKOVICH 

967.61. 2591.1. W R0LLIN5 RD 
05-13-109-007 ANTON DSCHIDA 

681.1.6 35683 N BENJAMIN AV 
05-13-112-017 JASPER DICEATANO 

60.61. 35668 N FRANKLIN AV 
05-I3-112-01B GERALD OIGEATANO 

231.1.1. 35656 N FRANKLIN AV 
O5.I3-II3-OO} PAUL W BRANDEL 

132.61. 3567S N DAVID CT 
05-13-113-006 RUTH MEYER 

713.31. 35656 N DAVID CT 
O5-I3-II5-OII TlftOTHY GENENGELS 

1,289.65 25526 W LAKE SHORE DR 
O5-I3-II5-OI2 WILLIAM H WINSETT 

763.18 35633 N LOUISE PL 
05-13-I16-O02 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132. 61. 35608 N OAKWOOD AV 
O5-I3-II6-OQ3 OOLIH AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35592 N OAKWOOD AV 
O5-I3-II6-OOI. DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

1 32.61. 35581. n OAKWOOD AV 
O5-I3-II7-OOI DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132. 6>< 35615 N OAKWOOD AV 

05-13-117-002 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35607 N OAKWOOD AV 
O5-I3-I 17-OOt DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35583 N OAKWOOD AV 
05-13-117-005 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35575 N OAKWOOD AV 
O5-I3-II7-OO6 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

It. 58 35577 N OAKWOOD AV 
05-I}-I17-O08 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35616 N GREENLEAF AV 
O5-I3-II7-OO9 DOLIN AMD HIRSCH 

132.61. 3560B N GREENLEAF 
O5-I3-II7-OIO DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35592 N GREENLEAF 
O5-I3-II7-OII DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.6b 3558*. N GREENLEAF 
05-13-117-012 OOLtN AND HIRSCH 

132.6b 35576 N GREENLEAF AV 
O5-I3-I20-OO2 DEXTER J SLONE 

132.61. 35563 n SUNNYSIDE AV 
05-13-120-003 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132. 6b 35571 N SUNNYSIDE AV 
05-13-120-001. DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.61. 35565 N SUNNYS10E AV 
05-I3-12O-O08 DEXTER J SLONE 

>32.61< 35581. N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-120-009 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

100. tO 35570 N LINCOLN AV 
05-I3-120-OIO DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

100. tO 35566 N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-120-011 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

100. tO 3555b N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-120-012 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.6t 35538 N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-121-001 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

I63. tt 35613 N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-12I-O02 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

132.6b 35599 N SUNNYSIDE AV 
05-13-121-003 DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

100. tO 35591 N LINCOLN AV 
05-13-121-OOt DOLIN AND HIRSCH 

100. tO 35583 N LINCOLN AV 



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05-13-122-016 ANTIOCH MISSIONARY ASSEMBLY INCORPORATED 



100. tO 25657 W LINDER AV 
05-13-123-005 EVERETT A JACLYN TONYAN 

321.33 35571 N EVERETT AV 
O5-I3-I 2t-002 LAWRENCE A STEELE 

8b0.50 35581 N OLIVE ST 
05-1 3-1 24-003 LAWRENCE A STEELE 

I63. tt 35575 N OLIVE ST 
05-13-202-001 JAKES A POLEWACZYK 

81.72 35715 N POPLAR AV 
05-13-202-002 JAMES A POLEWACZYK 

81.72 357H N POPLAR AV 
O5-I3-202-OO3 JAMES A POLEWACZYK 

81.72 35697 N POPLAR AV 
05-13-202-OOt 'JAMES A POLEWACZYK 

81.72 35681 N POPLAR AV 
05-13-202-010 PHILLIP P MONTGOMERY 
10.60 35629 N POPLAR AV 
05-13-202-021 JAMES A POLEWACZYK 

52t.lO 35708 N GROVE AV 
05-13-203-Olt ROBERT D CUNDIFF 

977.82 2502 t V LAKE SHORE DR 
05-13-203-015 ROBERT I MARY CUNDIFF 

683.85 25018 W LAKE SHORE DR 
O5-I3-205-OO8 MICHAEL A 4 KATHLEEN J DUNNE 

155.53 356t8 N LAKE DR 
05-13-205-010 EVA SCHRIMPF - 

399.76 25160 W MITCHELL CT 
05-13-207-026 HENRY J MAGENTA 

525.76 356)0 N POPLAR AV 



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PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 

05-13-209-013 SHERMAN MILLER 

163. tt 25117 W MITCHELL CT 
05-13-300-022 COMMERCIAL CREDIT SERVICES CORP 

1,027.28 35137 N WILSON RD 
05-13-300-031 PAUL ft KLEKNER 

1,677.60 25812 W LARK1N LN 
05-l3-t03-OOt ELIZABETH M OLSON 

29.31 35060 N FOX ISLAND 
05-13-403-007 ELIZABETH M OLSON 

3.59 350t5 N HICKORY AV 
O5-13-tQ9-0O1 T TEHPLETON E TEMPLCTON 

t22.tl 25230 W LAKE AV 
05-13-t09-O07 ELIZABETH M OLSON 

3.8b 35023 N HICKORY AV 
05-14-100-008 MARSHALL P A PHYLLIS A KEUN 

779.lt JEFFERSON ST 
05-14-100-016 GEORGE 5 t DALIA WARDA 

72 1 .48 607 JEFFERSON ST 
05-I t-1 01-006 EARL J KEATING 

512.00 tie LINCOLN AV 
05-14-101-007 EARL J KEATING 

165.25 tlB LINCOLN AV 
05- I t-1 03-003 W. STEVEN GEORGE 
1,467.02 113 MONROE AV 
05-14-1 11-007 ALICE B DEVINEY 

585.02 GARFIELD AV 
05-14-113-001 MARSHALL P A PHYLLIS A KEUN 

169.6b JEFFERSON ST 
05-lt-205-0lt ANTIOCH TRUST COMPANY TR 10-112 

209.22 35796 N HUNT AV ' 

O5-1L-2O6-0I2 EOUARDO CASTANEDA 

7 1. BO 35618 N WATSON AV 
O5-lt-206-Ol3 EDUARDO CASTANEDA 

71.80 35810 N WATSON AV 
05- I t-2 11-020 MARY MICOVSKY 

194.94 26140 W ROLLINS RD 
05-14-212-022 JERROLD L BURNS 

935-40 35656 N WILSON RD 
05-14-215-044 H A OLSEN 

484.00 35516 N HELEHDALE RD 
05-14-215-046 UNKNOWN UNKNOWN 

501.03 35512 N HELENDALE RO 
05-14-2 18-OOB JOHN M A CONNIE S FOX 

80b. 94 35596 N WILSON RD 

05-14-300-012 WALDEMAR H WETZSTEIN 

304.50 2676B W LONGWOOD DR INGLESIDE 60041 

05-14-300-027 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR LT-104 



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INGLESIDE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 6OO2O 

FOX LAKE 60041 

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1,340.88 W MARION CT 
05-14-301-OOB WILLIAM P KOSS 

715.47 269 IB W LONGWOOD DR 
05-14-301-0)9 W H WETZSTEIN 

662. St 26776 W LONGWOOD OR 
05-14-305-005 CARL T 4 SHARON C STURGES 

154.70 35459 N SHORELINE DR 
O5-14-305-OO6 CARL T A SHARON C STURGES 

15b. 70 35443 N SHORELINE OR 
05-14-306-017 NORTHWEST NATIONAL BANK TR 6214 

107.15 35385 N SHORELINE DR 
05-1L-3O6-O18 NORTHWEST NATIONAL BANK TR 6214 

1 25. 38 35381 N SHORELINE DR 
05-14-306-019 NORTHWEST NATIONAL BANK TR 621b 

107.15 35373 N SHORELINE DR 
05-14-329-006 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

124. BB, 35011 N FOREST AV 
05—14-331-001 FLA ftARJORIE LEONHARD 

5.58 35010 N FOREST AV 
05-14-400-012-0010 JOHN l ELLEN KING 

2,802.02 35100 N WILSON RD 
05-14-400-012-0011 JOHN £ ELLEN KING 

21.9b 35IOO N WILSON RO 
05-1 t-tOO-Ol 3-O011 MARQUETTE NATIONAL BANK TR 

206.12 35060 N WILSON RD 
05-lt-tOO-Olt MARQUETTE NATIONAL BANK TR 10846 

2,023.84 3509b N WILSON RD 
05-lb-tOO-015 MARQUETTE NATIONAL BANK TR 10846 

366.66 35040 N WILSON RD 
05-14-400-017 COftMERCIAL CREDIT SERVICES CORP 

2,771.66 35260 N WILSON RD 
05-14-401-007 BANK 6 TRUST COftPANY TR 2388 

B06.02 35474 N INDIAN LN 
05-14-404-Olt JOYCE P RAOES 

260.78 26(35 W LAKEVIEW AV 
05-lt-t05-O03 HAROLD B ROTHERY 

266.16 26131 W INGLESIDE AV 
05-14-405-015 DAVID V l CAROLYN GRATZ 

657.68 35372 N WILSON RD 
05-14-405-018 r.R I ftRS MARTIN VALENZIANO 

61. 72 26136 W LAKEVIEW AV 
05-15-104-012 FRANK D'AftBROSE 

1.253.32 35878 N MARINE OR 
05-I5-IO4-O3O JULIUS F t BARBARA' SIMON 

922.62 35740 N MARINE DR 
05-15-104-095 JOHN P t MARGARET M TRACY 

69.36 35641 N MARINE DR 
05-15-10b-O99 MARY J KRUGER 

89.38 35597 N MARINE DR 
O5-15-1Ob-100 MARY J KRUGER 

89.38 35581 N MARINE DR 
05-15-10b-tOI ROSE LANASA 

89.38 35573 N MARINE DR 
05-15-104-103 LUCILLE FINNEN 

44.69 35549 N MARINE DR 



05-15-200-011 R H ( VIRGINIA H SHAW 

1.200.96 ROLLINS RD 
05-15-201-008 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 323 

603.00 303 SPRING RD 
05-15-201-009 MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 323 

101.76 SPRING RD 
05-15-201-010 MCHENRY STATE BANK'TR 323 

IOI.76 SPRING RD 
O5-I5-2OI-O2O INGRID ANGELO 

203.52 SPRING RD 
O5-I5-2OI-027 ANTHONY B LAMANTA ' 

203.52 SPRING RD 
05-15-202-029 ROY A LINOA LUCKE 

203.52 KNOLLWOOD RD 
05-15-202-043 FRANK R l KRISTINE BUSCH 

66.56 KNOLLWOOD RO 
05-15-202-O44 DIANE WLASENKO 

116.17 KNOLLWOOD RD 
O5-I5-202-O65 DENNIS R A CHERYL R KRONER 

269.24 KWY 59 
05-15-202-085 TRANCINE BAUER 

105.56 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-089 JEROME E WALTER 

101.76 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-094 COMMUNITY BANK OF HOMEWOOD-F 

2.96 WILDWOOD OR 
05-15-202-095 COMMUNITY BANK OF HOMEWOOD-F 

2.96 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-099 JOSEPH C FASULO 

203.52 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-100 OENNIS BALLERE 

101.76 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-101 DENNIS BALLERE 

101.76 316 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-102 DENNIS R BALLERE 

101.76 314 WILDWOOD DR 
05-15-202-109 ROY t LINDA LUCKE 

101.72 KNOLLWOOD RD 
05-15-204-024 CHRISTIAN R CARLSON 

224.90 CRESTVIEW OR 
05-15-205-012 DAVID G A KATHLEEN SHAW 
1,990.82 520 S HWY 59 



PERM, IND. NUM/ NAME/ 

AMOUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

05-15-205-026 R, HARLAND A VIRGINIA SHAW 

104.82 CRESTVIEW DR 
05-15-205-030 DAVID C 4 KATHLEEN SHAW 

42.10 CRESTVIEW OR 
05-15-207-001 FRANK R A KRISTINE BUSCH 

170.62 KNOLLWOOD RD 
05-15-207-002 FRANK R A KRISTINE BUSCH 

170.62 KNOLLWOOD RO 
05-15-208-015 ROBERT P I RUTH E ROBINSON 

104.82 WILDWOOD OR 
05-15-300-007 STATE OF ILLINOIS OEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 

2,318.56 W BAYVIEW DR FOX LAKE 6OO20 

05-15-304-008 ZION STATE BANK A TRUST COMPANY TR 996 

673.92 803 3RD AV FOX LAKE 60041 

05-I5-305-OO2 COUNTY OF LAKE TRUSTEE 

17.60 BEACH PARK INGLESIDE 60041 



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05-15-400-026 
1,081, 

O5-I5-40O-O3O 
5.274. 

05-15-400-031 



FOX LAKE 60020 

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INGLESIDE 60041 

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10846 
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FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX- LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60041. 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60041 
FOX LAKE 60020 
FOX LAKE 60041 



FOX LAKE 60041 
LOSSMOOR TR 76032 

FOX LAKE 60041 
LO5SM00R TR 76032 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60041 

" FOX LAKE 60041 

FOX LAKE 60020 



05-15-305-003 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

2,013.58 BEACH PARR 
05-15-316-009 EDWARD F KELLEY 

523.9*1 35079 N EDCEWATER LN 
05-1 5-3 I6-022 JAMES K 4 MICHELLE A HASTINGS 

766.90 35076 N SHERIDAN DR 
05-I5-3I7-OO9 MARK VANOERVEST 

19.08 27663 W BAYVIEW DR 
05-15-400-004 STEWART W A GERTRUDE E BROWN 

972.24 27185 W LONGWOOD DR 
05-15-400-025 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR 
3,280.82 N MOODY ST 

1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR 
.28 W CHRIS LARKIN RD 
1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR 
.82 N HWY 59 
1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR 
2,368.90 N HWY 59 
05-16-101-011 WILLIAM ft A JUDITH ANN WESLEY 

462.50 35700 N CEDAR ISLAND 
05-16-102-004 WILLIAM 4 LORETTA A LADER 

8. 23 EAGLE POINT RD 
05-16-204-002 DANIEL P VAN DYKE 

554.22 498 LAKELAND AV 
05-16-204-015 R SCHMUCCEAOW K CONNER 

66.56 CIRCLE DR 
05-16-204-023 ICA MORTGAGE CORP 

672.84 513 PISTAKEE PKWY 
05-16-300-003 WILLIAM £ A SHERRY J ABERHOSKE 

510.72 28564 W TREE TOP RD 
O5-I6-3OO-OI2 CARL HEILER 

126.54 28630 W HIGH RD 
O5-I6-307-OIO CARL HEILER 

58. 68 HIGH RD 
05-21-101-001 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 
62.66 34675 N OACOTAH PKWY 
05-21-104-004 BANK A TRUST COMPANY OF ARLINGTON 

229.58' 35002 N LAKE MATTHEWS TRL 
05-21-104-008 RICHARD L t DOROTHY L POST 

114.79 34931 N PARK DR 
05-21-104-009 RICHARO t DOROTHY POST 

506.32 34923 N PARK DR 
05-21-104-012 BANK 1 TRUST COMPANY OF ARLINGTON 

229.56 34982 N LAKE MATTHEWS TRL 
05—21-104-013 BANK A TRUST COMPANY OF ARLINGTON 

229.58 34978 N LAKE MATTHEWS TRL 
05—2I-IO4-O74 RICHARD J BLASCHAK 

145.48 28774 W BIG HOLLOW RD 
05-21-104-075 RICHARD J BLASCHAK 

145.48 28776 W BIG HOLLOW RD 
05-21-104-076 RICHARD J BLASCHAK 

eg. 38 26780 W BIG HOLLOW RD 
05-21-107-001 RICHARD S BUOZIK 

1.159.39 28956 W MANITOBA TRL 
05-21-109-005 CORWIN H POHLMAN 

498.98 34986 N PAU PUK KEE WIS TRL 
05-21-109-006 CORWIN H POHLMAN 

1.239.00 34964 N PAU PUK KEE WIS TRL 

05-21-113-012 ROBERT KOCINSKI 

344.3B 34814 N LAKE MATTHEWS TRL 
05-21-115-012 CHESTER i ANNA MICHALCZUK 

114.79 26624 W BIG HOLLOW RO 
05-2I-II6-OO6 CYNTHIA HOLTDORF 

546.12 34707 N SEQUOIA DR 
05-21-116-015 HAROLD D A DONNA L PFUEHLER 

1.614.70 3t7'2 N IROQUOIS TRL 
05-21-201-OlB S R JOHANSSON 

63-92 34957 N GOGOL AV 
05-21-201-030 LILLIAN H OLSON 

143.17 34765 N GOGOL AV 
05-21-201-034 S R JOHANSSON 

66.77 34945 N GOGOL AV 
05-21-202-016 MR t MRS T ARCURI 

286.34 34836 N GOGOL AV 
05-21-402-001 GERALDINE A WEBER 

26.06 34171 N CAMPION RD 
05-2l-b03-OOb WAYNE R I CAROL H JOHNSON 

570.10 28139 W KELLY LN 
05-22-I00-O04 PHILIP G ( POLLY V CARLSON 

1,296.23 27B76 U BIG HOLLOW RO 
05-22-100-014 LESTER J t BETTY ANN MC CAFFERY 

1,021.30 34550 N STANLEY RO 
05-22-100-015 ALLEN J A 



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LT-104 

FOX LAKE 60020 
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FOX LAKE 60020 

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FOX LANE 60020 

FOX LAKE 60020 

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MCHENRY 60010 
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RMA G JABUREK 
754.90 3t5>6 N STANLEY RD 
05-22-200-010 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR LT-lOt 

2,955.92 W HWY 134 FOX LAKE 60020 

05-22-200-014 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR LT-104 

1,294.92 W HWY 134 FOX LAKE 60020 

05-22-200-019 JEROME A TONYAN 

684.48 27401 W HWY 134 INGLESIDE 60041 

05-22-301-001 HARRY T A WILDA M WYMAN 

762.35 34145 N CAMPION RD INGLESIDE 60041 

O5-23-IOO-OOI 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF DEERFIELD TR LT-104 

124.20 W HWY 134 
05-23-IOC-OI8 R YOUNG M LOWE 

1,104.96 26747 W WOOSTER LAKE DR 
05-23-105-001 EDWARD C NAYDOL 

154.70 266)1 W EDWARD AV 
05-23-105-002 EDWARD C NAYOOL 

154.70 26603 W EDWARD AV 
05-23-UI-OO7 PR ISC ILL* MAZUR 

446.64 34600 N OAKS IDE AV 
O5-23-III-OO8 PR1SCILLA MAZUR 

92.27 34782 N OAKSIDE AV 
05-23-1 1 2-OOB NORBERT R I KAREN KOCH 
291.52 34799 N OAKSIDE AV 
05-2 3-113-004 ROBERT t BARBARA HURRAY 

559.20 34841 N ELM ST 
05-23-113-005 ROBERT A BARBARA MURRAY 

92.27 34831 N ELM ST . 
05-23-114-002 JAY A EDITH BECKER 

994.36 34871 N FOREST AV 
05-23-114-015 JOYCE BECKER 

301.93 34862 N ROBIN RD 
O5-23-2OO-OI6 U.S. VACATION RESORTS, INC 
8.663.7> 26303 W WOOSTER LAKE DR 
O5-23-20I-OO3 MCHENRY STATE BANK A TRUST T 227 

1,026.75 26055 W HWY 134 
05-23-300-013-0021 JEROME A TONYAN 

39.12 26BOO W NIPPERS INK RD 
05-23-300-020 AXEL A EVELYN M ULLBERG 
372.48 26915 W NIPPERSINK RD 
05-23-300-021 AXEL ULLBERG 

2,853.22 26911 W NIPPERSINK RD 
05-23-302-004 FRANK H DRATH 

' 303. BO 26913 W WOOSTER LN 
O5-23-302-OO5 FRANK V DRATH 

387. 92 26901 W WOOSTER LN 






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INCLESIDE 600*1 
INCUS I OE 600*1 
INCLISIDC 600*1 
INGLESIOE 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLISIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 



INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIOC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INCLCSIDC 600*1 
INGLCSIDC 600*1 



SRM. IND. NUM/ NAME/ 

.OUNT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 

15-302-006 frank v bmtm 

95.0* 26«79 W WOOSTER LN 
-2 5-O.OI-005 RAYMOND W 1 CAROL MATT 
1.681.70 3**** N CONVERSE LN 
■25-401-007 HAROLD SCULLY 

26*. 96 3**0* N CONVERSE LN 
-25-401-008 HAROLD SCULLY 

1,462.1* 3*37* R CONVERSE LN 
-23~*01-OIO NAROLD SCULLY 

205. *6 2625O W SUNNY BROOK NO 
-2V-100-007 JOHN J 6RAHAH '. 

557*21 5*921 N CATHERINE ST 
-2V-10O-O27 VIRGINIA L WINTERS 
1,207.22 25797 V HWY 15* 
!5_2*-100-053 JOHN U HITTLESTEADT 

97.*7 25577 * hwv 13* 

15-2*- I 00-05* JOHN V HITTLESTEADT 
**2.78 25565 W HWY 15* 
)5_2*-1 15-005 WILLI AH C A SANORA L LEHAY 

*10.55 5*657 N CATHERINE ST INCLISIDC 600*1 
)5-2*-201-Ol* AMERICAN NATL BANK A TRUST CO OF WAUKEGAN TR 2519 
1.591.8* 3*8*0 N AUGUSTANA AV INCLCSIDC 600*1 

)5-24-209-00l SAft S A MAVIS LENT INC 
1*5.60 25379 W CHICAGO AV 
[O5-2*-209-O02 SAN S A MAVIS LENTINE 
1.5*7*86 25271 W CHICAGO AV 
[05-24-211-01* ROBERT t SADIE HONEHAKN 

1.7*8.70 25*08 W MADISON ST 
?05-2*-212-OlB DOROTHY HCWAYNC 

*B5.26 25270 W ANDERSON ST 
[05-24-212-020 ARJUNOO JIMENEZ 

356.86 2525* W ANDERSON ST ' 
05-2 *-2 1 2-021 AJUUNOO JIMENEZ 

676.70 25228 W ANDERSON ST 
05-24-2 15-00 1 ROICRT P LCKERWOOO 

A7B.66 5*851 N AUGUSTANA AV 
D5-2*-2 17-003 HAROLD C WEINRtRC 

1. 155.9* 3*820 N HOLHAN AV 
05-2*-2l7-OI7 1ST NATIONAL RANK OF LF TR 5939 

1.826.02 25280 W MIN ST 
05-24-217-020 JOSEPH H A VIRGINIA ft FN AG ASS I 

152.6* 5*76* N HOLRAN AV 
05-2U217-O21 WILLIAft T A KAREN S MRRI50N 

229.3* 3*752 N HOLHAN AV 
05-2*-2 17-022 WILLIAM T S KAREN S HORN I SON 
80.6* 5*730 N HOLRAN AV 

05-26-220-006 JISS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

66.32 3*783 N LONG AV 
05-2*-220-OO7 JESS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

66. 3 1 3*777 N LONG AV 
05-26-221-015 JESS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

50.20 5*80* N GERIERDING AV 
05-2*-221-01* JESS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

50.20 5*790 N GERBERDINC AV 
05-2*-223-~OI5 RICHARD II KLCICH 

6*1.87 25360 W HWY 13* 
05-2*-223-Ol6 RICHARD ft RIEICH 

197-83 253*8 W HWY 15* 
05-2*-226-0O9 WILLIAft G STEORONSKY 

306.8* 3*758 N OOEN AV 
05-2*-228-007 JANICE S HEDBLOft 

2*1.25 3*701 N LONG AV 
05-2*-229-O21 JESS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

50.20 5*716 N GERICROING AV 
05-24-229-022 JCSS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

31.88 5*698 N GCRBCRDING AV 
05-2*-229-025 JCSS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

50.20 5*686 M GCRBCRDING AV 
05-2*-229-02* JESS T A JOAN C GILBERT 

66.52 5*680 N GERBERDING AV 
05-24-250-005 KARL TOLLMAN 

676.20 3*7*5 N GERIERDING AV 
05-2*-23O-O0* KARL TOLLMAN 

152.10 5*733 N GERICROING AV 
05-26-5OO-0 1 8-00 10 DAVID ft A THOftAS G FRANSON 

557- 80 26821 W fULIDOR RD 
05-26-300-016-0011 DAVID ft A THOftAS G FRANSON 

32.55 26821 W ftOLIOOR RD 
O5-28-30O-OOB-OO2I FIRST BANK OF OAK PARK TR 12 

70.9* 28821 W SULLIVAN LAKE RD 
05-33-100-005-0021 ROBERT KRILICH 
' 97*23 W HWY 120 
05-55-200-001-0021 ROBERT KRILICH 

1*5.56 W SULLIVAN LAKE RD 
05-35-200-002-00 10 ROICRT KRILICH 

917.**- W SULLIVAN LAKE RD 
05-35-200-002-0011 ROIERT KRILICH 

*6.26 W SULLIVAN LAKE RD 
05-55-200-005-0021 ROIERT R KRILICH 

101.17 ' W SULLIVAN LAKC RD 
05-53-200-004-0021 ROBERT R KRILICH 

97.25 W SULLIVAN LAKE RD 

05-53-*OO-OOI-OO2l ROIERT KRILICH 

101.17 W HWY 120 

05-33-400-002-0021 ROIERT KRILICH 

101.17 W HWY 120 

O5-33-*0O-OO*-O021 ROIERT R KRILICH 

101.17 W HWV 120 
05-5*-300-006-O021 ROBERT R KRILICH 

50.35 ON EOI LAKE RO 



INCLCSIOC 600*1 

INCLCSIDC 600*1 

INCLCSIOC 600*1 

INCLCSIOC 600*1 

INGLESIOE 600*1 

INGLES IDE 600*1 

INGLES IDE 600*1 

INGLCSIDC 600*1 

INGLESIOE 600*1 

INGLESIOE 600*1 

INGLCSIDC 600*1 

INCLCSIOC 600*1 

INGLESIOE 600*1 

INGLESIOE 600*1 

INGLCSIDC 600*1 

INCLCSIOC 600*1 
1*7 
INGLC5IDC 600*1 

LAKCftOOR 60050 

LAKCftOOR 60050 

LAKEftOOft 60050 

LAKCftOOR 60050 

LAKEftOOR 60050 

LAKCftOOR 6O050 

LAKEftOOR 60050 

LAKEftOOR 6OO50 

LAKEftOOR 60050 

LAKEftOOR 6OO5O 



STATE OF ILUMOIS) 

> ss 

CtXXTY OF LAIE' I 



I. Jack L. Anderson, hereby canity that 1 tm County Treasurer 
•nJ E» -officio County Collector of the County of UU, in the State of 
Illinois, and as such th* keeper of tba records of said offlea and that 
llto foregoing U a list uf delinquent lands and lots upon which ttu« 
rcoaln wpj.J and dua for tba y«ar or yaars 1910 through 1915 both 
Inclusive, together Kith the owner's nam*. If known, and the amount of 
tas dua thereon. 



Dated at Uauae.an, 
Kovmber, V.D. 1916. 



Use County. Illinois this 6th day of 




'JACK L. AKDEKSON 
CTXVTY TKEASlilEK AM) 
FX-OFFICIO COUKTY COLLECTOR 

ti866-l50-FL 
November 13, 1966 



r-TATE OF ILLINOIS I 

I SS 
OF LAIE } 



Public notice Is hereby liven that I. Jack L. Anderson, County 
|ri>a*urer and Ea-Ufficlo County Collector of Lake County, In the Stata 
furesald Mill applv to the Circuit Court of aald County on Tuesday, tho 
Sili day of November. A.D. 1916, for Judgement rising the correct asnunl of 
nv tas pa |ii under protest ami for Judgement against the lands and loll 
►mlonud and described In the following list of delinquent lands and Iota 
fr Die general tases for the years 1910 throuth 19B5 both Inclusive, to- 
Ltbor with Interest, penalties, and costs dua severally thereon and for 
kies, drainage and special .iiciuvnli duo for the years 1914 through 19BS 
fit-. Inclusive together' with Interest, panaltlaa and costs due severally 
union, and for an order to sail uld lands and lots for satisfaction 
«ruof. Public notice la also hereby given that on the first Monday of 



flecember. 1986, to wltt on the 1st day of December, A.O. 1916, all the 
lands and lots for the sale of which an order shall be rude, will be esposed 
to public sale In the building where said Circuit Court Is held In said 
County In the Court House In Waulegan, In s.ild County for the Mount of 
taxes, sperlal taxes, dralnagn, special assessments. Interest, penalties 
.111,1 coals due severally tlierenn. except such as shall have been paid at 
1.1 i.l lira- uf sale. Said salt, shall coiwnce at 9 o'clock A.M. Central Tine, 
on M. 'in!. iv the 1st day of December, A.D. 1986, and to continue frm* day to 
it. iv tint 1 1 1 In' itane ili.il I be cmpleted and If for any cause such Judgement 
■hall not he rendered on the said 25th day of Nuveaber, A.D. 1986, then 
siirh sale will he n-nti* on the first M.nnlj / after such Judgement shall be 
rendered rncnenclng at 9 n't 1 lock In the forenoon of such first H0nd.1v, 



PERM. IND. NUM/ 
AMOUNT 



NAME/ 
PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



Costs on each tract or description uf land three dollars! on each lot 
or description of lot three dollars. Also Interest at the rate of onu and 
one half per cent per muni h will lie added after June 2, 1986, on the t frst 
ittslal latent and one and one lull f per cent per month on the second Install* 
r—ni after September 2, 1986. 

Those taxpayers who have previously compiled with Section 194 of the 
fii'veiiue Act of I'll') by paying unJur protest both Installments of Ihnir 1985 

real property tains ruv file with tho Clerk uf the 1 Countv Circuit 

Court any objections which I hey ri.iv h.ivr lu lite aforesaid application fur 
Judgenent . All obji-i ( imi* filed must romply with rnipi I renenta "of St't t iun* 
111 and 2JS of the Revenue Art of 1919. 

Oel liupient Drainage A'.m-imwmii % , If any, are Iticliidoit In ttie .iniuni v 
411 inifil l«'!irv. If «ald anounts Include Drainage District A-scssn-nts, a 
Iwti letter riHle will iinpear Imnediatel v to the left of the minles due. 

The liralnage Districts represented fav thane ciwle* are as folluwst 

AF ■ AVtm-FRAHONT UHAINACF. DISTHICT - 



PERft. 



Avon Township 

I NO NUN/ NAME / 

AftCUKT PROPERTY LOCATION ADDRESS 



LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 



LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
THIRD LAKE 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 
LAKE VILLA 600*6 



O6-I5-2OO-OII NORHAN S GOLOftAN 

*5*.2* 35980 N HWY *5 
06-15-201-005 NORftAN S GOLDMAN 

65.7* 190*2 W OAK CT 
06-15-201-00* NORfUN S GOLDMAN 

65.7* 19026 W OAK CT 
06-I5-201-O05 NORftAN 5 GOLDMAN 

65.7* 19010 W OAK CT 
06-15-201-006 NORftAN S GOLOftAN 

65.7* 19010 W OAK CT 
O6-I5-2O2-OOI NORftAN S GOLOftAN 

65.7* 19055 W OAK CT 
O6-I5-202-OO2 NORftAN S GOLOftAN 

65.7* 190*5 W DAK CT 
O6-I5-202-OO5 NORftAN 5 GOLOftAN 

65.7* 19015 W OAK CT 
06-15-*02-O5l ROBERT C ftlCHALEK 

16*. 20 S LAKE AV 
06-l*-105-O06 DENNIS S ftARCINKEWICZ 
1***90 55*02 N KENNETH OR 
06-1*-200-O01 WILLIAft W'LANC 

78*. 11 20**B W ROLLINS RD 
06-15-101-008 SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS ( LOAN ASSN 25&5125 

5*5.92 OLD ROLLINS RD ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
06-15-500-010-0011 NATALE ftARCHIORI 

772.*0 217*6 W SHORE WOOD RD LAKC VILLA 600*6 
06-16-100-017 NATALC ftARCHIORI 

165.02 55660 N ORCHARD LN ROUND LAKC 60075 

06-16-200-011 NORTHWEST COftftCRCC BANK TR LTB2-011 

667. *0 HWY 85 
06-16-501-016 NICK E GRIftALDI 

269.69 1615 ROUND LAKC OR 
06-16-502-02) LARRY R t CHARLOTTE J 6R0V 

120.51 1605 HICKORY AV 
O&-I6-502-O28 RUTH C COLIN 

7.55 1521 HICKORY AV 
06-16-50*-O03 RERNARD I MARSHA DUDOLESTON 

1**.2B 161/ OAK AV 
06-l6-50fc-017 BETTY ft STEE' "■ 

57* -*B 1652 POPLfct AV 
O6-I6-308-OO2 SERGIO A DOROTHY ORTIZ 

Ik*. 28 1527 ROUND LAKE DR 
06-I6-5I5-OI2 JOHN A FRANCIS CUZAN 

1**.2B 12* E CLARENDON DR 
06-16-51*-O05 JOSEPH J t NARLENE H KECFE 

220.51 1501 OAK AV ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 

O6-I6-515-O29 ROBERT t ftARY ft CHRISTENSEN 

1**.28 ELM AV round LAKE BEACH 60075 

06-16-515-050 ftR A ftRS ROBERT CHRISTENSEN 

2*1.15 1*22 ELH AV 
06-16-516-028 WILLIAft J BALDWIN 

995.10 1516 PINE GROVE AV 
06-I6-5I9-OIO KCLftER CARLBERC 

285.56 1*25 EAST END AV 
06-16-520-002 THOftAS C POULAKIDAS 
U*. 28 5 E HAWTHORNE DR 
O6-I6-52O-OOB JAMES OLEARY 

72.1* 19 HAWTHORNE DR 
O6-I6-525-OI5 SlftONE NOENS 

1U.28 1525 WEST END AV 



06- 16-Aj 1 5-OO6 ftARJORIE A ftC NAftARA 

179.6* 1*29 NORTH AV 
O6-I6-J4I5-OI5 LAURA D SWANSON 

I79.6* 1508 LESLIE AV 
06-1 6-* 16-008 CORDULA EVERSON 

89.82 607 REDWING OR 
06-l6-*16-OI9 LAWRENCE ANDREW LACNY 

521.16 528 DAISY LN 
06- 16-* 17-005 THERESE fl CARP 

89. 82 601 DAISY LN 
06-1 6-* 17-006 KEVIN J A SANDRA L RENOAK 

595.75 605 DAISY LN 
06-l6-*lB-OI* SHIRLEY A EARNEST 

89.62 151* RIDCEWAY AV 
06-l6-*19-OI9 EDGAR H A BETTY BINDER 

52*. 97 1*10 KENftORE AV 
06-|6-*20-O01 ALAN J A PAULINE ROCKSTROH 

161.09 *25 HEATHER TER 
06-)6-*20-005 SAMUEL W WOODRUFF 

575.68 1*05 KENftORE AV 
06-t6-*2O-O0* ROBERT E VARNO 

511.*5 1*05 KENftORE AV 
06-16-421-021 PATRICK J KIRBY 

1.06*. 00 1526 LESLIE AV 
06- )&-* 23-009 JOHN C POTTER 

1.555.00 1521 WILLIAMS AV 
06-I6-425-015 P L FALCS 

591.22 1509 WILLIAMS AV 
06-l6-*25-O19 RONALD A DONNA LANGEL 

179.6* HAINESVILLE RD 
06-I6~*25-O20 ftR A MRS RONALD C LANCEL 

179.6* HAINESVILLE RD 
O6-l6-*25-O22R0NALD C I DONNA LANCEL 

179.6* .1526 HAINESVILLE RD 
06-l6-*25-Olt RCHENRY STATE BANK TR 269* 

179.6* SH0REWO0D RD 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKC BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKC BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 



LAKE VILLA 600*6 06-17-102-006 CLARVEN D t ftARVIS L BRINECAR 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 

I 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 6OO73 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
IN 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 



06-16-525-055 SECRETARY OF HOUSING A URBAN DEVELOPMENT 



ROUND LAKC BCACH 60075 



1,160.00 1512 HICKORY AV 
O6-l6-52*-O0B AMCRICAN NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKCGAN TR 2*59 

599.9* 1*15 HICKORY AV 
0&-l6-32k-Ok* DEL LA ZADEIKA 

1**.28 1518 MELROSE AV 
06-l6-52*-0*8 GEORGE FRITZLER 

1**.28 1510 MELROSE AV 
06-16-525-006 CARY J A CARRIE J MILLER 

526.11 1531 MELROSE AV 
06-16-525-012 RAY C ftAYO 

771.52 1519 MELROSE AV 
06-16-527-007 BRUCE G GARDNER 

578.8* 1559 POPLAR AV 
06-16-527-008 BRUCE G GARDNER 

I**. 28 1529 POPLAR AV 
O6-I6-527-OI5 FLORIAN FUELTZ 

893.68 1517 POPLAR AV 
06-16-526-017 RICHARD A BARBARA RAftLOW 

5*1.5* 1*10 PINE GROVE AV 
06-16-529-02* C CAMPILLO C GARCIA 

173. 28 1516 CAST END AV 
06-16-552-018 HART ft INNI5 

1*6.28 105 SHORE WOOD RO 
O6-I6-552-O52 E PAGLINO S HAGLANO 

**2.B0 201 WILDWOOD OR 
06-16-352-055 E PAGLINO S HACLAND 

Ik*. 28 203 WILDWOOD OR 
06-16-532-038 JOHN ft WELTER 

1**.28 213 WILDWOOD DR 
06-16-352-052 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSN 

850. *6 307 WILDWOOD DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
O6-t6-*02-O22 RICHARD I PATRICIA BACH 

695.08 71* CLARENDON DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-16-A03-O10 MARGARET ft CRUMACV 

628.6* 152* RIDCEWAY AV ROUNO LARC BEACH 60073 
06-16-*0*-O08 ROBERT F A ftARY JANE JOHNSON 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60075 
ROUND LAKE BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUNO LAKC BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUNO LAKE BEACH 60073 



68*. 56 1529 RIDGENAY AV 
04-l6-40*-OI* NORWCST MORTGAGE, INC. 

1.066.00 1517 RIDCEWAY. AV 
06-l6-*0*-OI5 NORWEST MORTGAGE, INC. 

161.09 RIDCEWAY AV 
06-I6-*0*-029 TODD H A GAIL R REZER 

1,066.00 1520 KENftORE AV 
06-16-605-02* ARMIN S MAtMITZ 

179.6* 1602 NORTH AV 
06-l6-*06-036 TYLER A NANCV CRITTENDEN 

89.82 LESLIE AV 
06-16-A08-O05 MR A MRS DELBERT MILLER 

7.85 703 CLARENDON BR 
06-16-611-005 ANTHONY J RUZICKA 

89.82 601 IVY CT 
06-16-416-005 EDWARD VOGELSBERC 
' 179-6* 1503 KENftORE AV 



ROUND LAKC BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BCACH 60073 
ROUND LAKC BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUNO LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUNO LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 



51l.*9 612 MOHAWK DR 
O6-I7-IO5-OI* J WOLDHUIS G OLTHAN 

880.06 717 MOHAWK DR 
06-17-103-027 EMILY MONROE 

605.98 712 N CEOARWOOD CIR ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 
06-17-I0*-O05 ARTHUR V MARTIN 

1.1 5*. 76 625 MOHAWK DR 
O6-I7-IO5-OO9 JERRY R SCHLOEMER 

*56.*9 629 N CEDARWOOD CIR ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 
O6-I7-106-026 JACX L BAGGETT 

626.5* 720 WARRIOR DR 
O6-I7-IO8-O2I ROBERT H LARSON 

659.72 1921 E CEDARWOOD CIR ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 
06-17-111-015 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

76. *6 ARROWHEAD DR 
06-17-111-016 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

76. *6 ARROWHEAD DR 
06-17-112-01* NORTH SHORE CHURCH 

76.46 TOMAHAWK TRL 
06-17-115-006 WILLIAft R SCHELLENBERGER 
2,525.12 60* ROLLINS RD 

O6-I7-II5-OO7 WILLIAft R SCHCLLCNBCRGER 

1*7.06 ROLLINS RD ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 
06-17-114-002 HAROLD R A BONNIE J HAZELWOOD 



ROUNO LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUNO LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUNO LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 



ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 



771.68 757 TOMAHAWK TRL 
06-17-116-^06 E ftlSCHKE D PUCHALSK1 

1.09 577 MEADOW GREEN LN 
06-17-1 16-. OS JANICE I FABINO 

6.5.85 5Bl MEADOW GREEN LN 
06-17-117-005 JULIE A GERMAIN 

485.26 *95 MEADOW GREEN LN 
O6-I7-I 17-006 D STOCKS A ZANKS 

615.85 *B5 MEADOW GREEN LN 
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06-17-118-01* BRANDEL REALTY CO 

117.70 52* MEADOW GREEN LN 
06-17-118-0)5 BRANDEL REALTY CO 

117.70 526 MEADOW GREEN LN 
06-17-1 18-016 BRANDEL REALTY CO 

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O6-I7-II8-OI7 BRANDEL REALTY CO 

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06-17-118-020 BRANDEL REALTY CO 

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O6-I7-II9-OO* DAVID L t LYNN D MARTIN 

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06-17-119-01* RODRIGO S CATABAY 

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O6-I7-II9-OI5 WILLIAft S MCCOY 

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06-17-1 19-016 MATTHEW A IV ftARY A PETERSON 

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06-17-119-017 PATRICK W l BEVERLY A GOKEEN 

58. 85 *90 ftEAOOW GREEN LN ROUND LAKE BEACH 
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06-17-U9-021 HAROLD L NORTON 

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06-17-120-002 HARK S A KATHLEEN T JONES 

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06-17-201-016 A SICBCRT L DCAL 

511.09 317 MEADOW CRCCN LN BOUND 
06-17-202-003 LASALLC NATIONAL BANK TR 10702* 
69.72 2005 APACHE TRL ROUNO 
06-17-203-001 BRANDEL REALTY CO 

117.70 322 MEADOW GREEN LN ROUND 
O6-I7-203-OO2 BRANDCL REALTY CO. 

117.70 320 MEADOW GREEN LN ROUND 
06-17-205-006 DAVID J A SHERRY L BUCHANAN 

69.72 2023 APACHE TRL ROUND 
O6-17-205-OO7 LASALLE NATIONAL IANK TR 10702* 

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06-17-206-007 LASALLC NATIONAL BANK TR 10702* 

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06-17-207-002 LASALLC NATIONAL BAM TR 10702* 

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LASALLE NATIONAL BANK TR 107024 

36 COMANCHE THL ROUND LAKE 

LASALLE NATIONAL BANK TR 10702V 

36 COMANCHE TRL ROUND LAKE 

JOHN W t GERTRUDES C STARK 

28 1617 DEERPATH CT ROUND LAKE 

MCHENRY STATE BANK TR 26g4 



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21. 701 ROLLINS RD 

SHARON L JAMS 

54 1527 IDLEWILD DR 

THOMAS L DAVIS 

14 1607 JUNEWAY TER 

SCHMUHL *VARO (489-763) 
.16 520 LACOON TER 

WILLIAM A WILEMON 
.IV 710 MORNINCSIDE DR 

MYKOLA KOZYCKYJ 
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THOMAS I RING 
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LOUIE A MATTHIESEN 
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LOUIE A MATTHIESEN 
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O6-I7-323-OI8 JOHN F l VICKY J OWENS 

473-19 502 HIGHLAND TER 
O6-I7-325-OOI. KENNETH DENECKE 

MO. 57 709 HIGHLAND TER ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-1 7-325-0 II. RICHARD l CHERYL I LANENGA 

157-96 1319 MAPLE OR ROUND LAKE BEACH 600/3 
06-17-329-005 GEORGE M WILLIAMS 

1.06 1323 MEADOWBROOK DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 600J3 
O6-17-33O-O21. JOURNEY BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

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144.23 1312 JUNEWAY TER 
06-17-331-023 CARL J CACIOPPO 

509.1.8 1316 CHANNEL DR NORTH 
06-1 7-335-0 14 JOHN POTTER 

795-68 1302 IDLEWUD DR 
06-17-335-024 CHICAGO TITLE I TRUST 

' 71*78 510 OAKWOOD DR 
06-17-1.02-039 PAUL A t DEBRA L ROONEY 

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06-17-402-040 ROBERT G ft THERESA FRANKLIN 

570.3". 1611 PLEASANT DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-17-403-018 OCTAVIO ft SOLEDAD PEAALE5 

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06-17-I.03-OI9 OCTAVIO ft SOLEDAD PERALES 

1.102.57 1529 CEDAR LAKE RO 
06-17-*O3-O20 OCTAVIO PERALES 

72.lt 1527 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-17-V03-032 THOMAS S i DEBRA L STEINBRAKER 

56*.. 3*< 1610 PARK DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 

06-17-403-033 THOMAS S 1 DEBRA L STEINBRAKER 

US. 28 1608 PARK DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 

06-17-404-026 ANGEL A GLORIA LOPEZ 

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06-17-407-021. DORIS t HAROLD GORMAN 

71. 78 1622 ROUND LAKE DR 
O6-I7-408-OI3 BERTHA H DONINCER 

I .186.60 1609 PARK DR 
06-17-413-O16 KENNETH HERRING 

72.14 1411 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-17-413-019 KENNETH HERRING 

72.14 1409 CEDAR LAKE RO 
06-17-413-020 KENNETH HERRING 

760.03 1407 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-17-416-001 YVONNE KOESTER 

345.04 1513 ARDMORE DR 
06-17-417-015 SENOBIO G VELASQUEZ 

203.19 26 FAIRVIEW PKWY 
06-17-419-011 EDWARD C ft MADELINE « ANTCZAK 

58B.66 1419 PARK DR 
06-I7-419-OI5 STEVE Y ANEZ 

469.17 1411 PARK DR 
06-17-420-017 ELEANOR MANNING 

629.66 1305 CHANNEL OR NORTH ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-17-420-018 ALFONSO I ft NATIVIOAO AGUILAR 

685.57 1404 PLEASANT DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-17-421-003 DOROTHY LISCIANDRELLO 

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472.39 1320 N PARK DR 
06-17-425-019 CARLA H STERR 

72.14 5 E HAWTHORNE DR 
06-17-425-020 CARLA R STERR 

445.00 3 E HAWTHORNE DR 
06-17-426-015 ROY R KLEWER 

1411,26 201 E HAWTHORNE DR 
06-17-427-003 EDWARD BARON 

502.23 131 W HAWTHORNE DR 
06-17-427-004 CHRIS RUSSO 

35. Bg 129 W HAWTHORNE DR 
06-17-428-002 JACKIE E JONES 

613.56 134 CLARENDON DR 
06-17-42B-O03 J JONES F JONES 

144.28 132 CLARENDON DR 
06-17-428-004 ELLIOT S 1 FEHRA S OAVl 

144.28 130 CLARENDON OR 
06-17-429-012 RAYMOND M CORD 

144.26 104 CLARENDON DR 
06-17-430-009 CHAIN-O-LAKES PLUMBING. ft HEATING INC 

72.14 IB CLARENDON DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-I7-430-O!0 CHAIN LAKES PLB 

72.14 16 CLARENDON DR ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
O6-I7-434-OO3 ROBERT H I L ILL IE STONE 

211.12 1321 N GLENVIEW CT ROUND LAKE BEACH 60073 
06-17-434-006 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF WAUKEGAN TR 2290 



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117.14 24779 W HAWTHORNE DR 
O6-I8-IO2-OI7 ROBERT ft GAYLE SCHINE 

125.10 24765 W HAWTHORNE DR 
O6-IB-IO2-O45 ROBERT H * GAYLE SCHINE 

130.80 24764 W ORCHARD PL 
06-1 8-1 03-O 15 HENRY C CHEESMAN 

42.85 24620 W ORCHARD PL 
06-18-103-016 HAYNARD I CONNIE ANDERSON 

796.70 24612 W ORCHARD PL 
06-I8-IO3-OI7 MAYNARD ft CATHERINE ANDERSON 

42.65 24598 W ORCHARD PL 
06-18-104-001 BLANCHE E SMITH 

50.46 24993 M ORCHARD PL 
06-18-104-021 JENNIE C ROMER 

50.46 24992 W ROLLINS RD 
06-I8-I04-O22 KATHRYN L PEEL 

53.52 24978 W ROLLINS RD 
06-I8-IO5-OIO MICHAEL E ft ELEANOR A MILLAY 

228.72 24743 W ORCHARD PL 
06-16-105-011 MICHAEL E ft ELEANOR A MILLAY 

71.18 24731 W ORCHARD PL 
O6-I8-IO5-O29 A M RASMUNSON 

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637.90 24730 W ROLLINS RD 



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06-16-108-018 AMERICAN NAT'L BANK ft TRUST OF WAUKEGAN TR 2662 

194.40 35702 N WILSON BLVD 
06-16-109-002 JULIA ANN HIKRUT 
50.46 WILSON BLVD 
06-16-109-015 ALBERT P MASCO ' 

185.94 24721 W ROLLINS RD 
06-16-109-021 SOLITAIRE G SEIOL 

343.72 35707 N WILSON BLVD 
06-16-109-022 ALLEN ft MARY KEHL 

508.94 35695 N WILSON BLVD 
O6-I6-IO9-O23 ALLEN ft MARY KEHL 

48.92 35695 N WILSON BLVD 
06-16-111-014 ROBERT C ft DORIS M TKO 

478.48 24966 W LAKE SHORE 
06-18-11 I-OI9 PAUL SENG 

12.60 24882 W LAKE SHORE 

06-18-112-003 BILLY J ft NORMANDIE L 

85.70 24B31 W CLINTON AV 

06-1B-1I2-O04 BILLY J ft NORMANDIE L 

85.70 24823 W CLINTON AV 

06-1B-II2-O13 ALAN R SUHAJDA 

398.60 24725 W CLINTON AV 
06-18—1 1 2-016 NORBERT L ft MARION D RAVMER 

85.70 24697 W ..LINTON AV 
06-lB-l 12-017 NORBERT L ft MARION D RAYHER 

• 734.44 24683 W CLINTON AV 
06-18-1 12-027 MICHAEL E ft ELEANOR A MILLAY 

35.84 24764 W LAKE SHORE DR 
06-16-200-027 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCK 

45.14 FAIRFIELD RD 
O6-1B-201-O03 BANK OF WAUKEGAN 

388.12 24316 W ROLLINS RD 
06-1B-206-O06 SUSAN B CUMM1NGS 

614.23 1805 HIAWATHA TRL ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 60073 
O6-I6-302-OO2 TROY F ft ALMA STEVENS 

688.92 24587 W LAKE SHORE DR 
06-16-302-003 JULIA MCLTZER 

39.00 LAKE SHORE DR 
06-18-302-009 GREGORY P SCHAMS 

102.52 24517 W LAKE SHORE DR 
O6-I6-302-OIO VINCENT P ft DORIS MELTZER 

50.46 24509 W LAKE SHORE OR 
06-18-302-018 SHERRY B DOYLE 

252.52 24518 W FOREST AV 
06-18-304-0)3 GREGORY C MAHONEY 

742.86 35319 N HICKORY LN 
06-18-304-O26 ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 

B6.38 35373 N NIELSEN DR round LAKE 60073 

06-18-3D4-02B ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 

50.46 35361 N NIELSEN DR 
O6-I6-304-O43 WILLIAM R ft MARINA K SECHOVEC 

212.74 24586 W OAK ST 
06-16-304-044 WILLIAM R ft MARINA R SECHOVEC 

35.59 24576 W OAK ST 
O6-I6-308-OO3 LEON F SMITH 

375.66 24577 W BRORSON AV 
O6-1B-30B-O13 ERNESTO ft NORMA TRUJILLO 
420.68 24576 W STUB AV 

O6-I6-3IO-OOI LARRY D ft MAUDE P JONES 

37.83 HAUGE 5T 
06-18-310-002 LARRY D ft MAUDE P JONES 

86.46 HAUGE ST 
06-16-310-015 LARRY D ft MAUDE P JONES 

227.68 24676 W NORELIUS AV 
O6-I8-312-O27 DIANE F BARAN 

293.26 24620 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-313-006 ALV1N R ft MAUREEN E WALDRON 

763.26 24529 W NORELIUS AV 
06-16-313-009 ALV1N ft MAUREEN WALDRON 

62.84 24521 W NORELIUS AV 
06-18-313-010 ALVIN ft MAUREEN WALDRON 

62.84 24513 W NORELIUS AV 
06-16-313-018 WALTER MASSA 

62.84 24522 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-313-019 WALTER MASSA 

62.84 24514 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-314-006 JAMES V NOLAN 

194.51 24693 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-314-010 JOHN E CASEY 

390.64 24655 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-314-011 JOHN E ft CYNTHIA T CASEY 

127.70 24647 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-16-314-016 CURTIS M ft ELIZABETH A CRAGG 

31.42 24601 W PASSAVANT AV 
06-I6-401-OIO VINCENT P MELTZER 

833.66 35466 N FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-401-011 VINCENT P MELTZER 

614.56 35460 N FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-401-OI2 VINCENT P MELTZER 

764.10 35472 N FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-403-001 GEORGE WANGROW 

15.32 1629 BARBERRY LN 
06-16-403-002 GEORGE WANGROW 

15.32 1627 BARBERRY LN 
O6-I8-403-OO7 NORMAN TRIPTOW 

15.32 1617 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-009 BERNARD J BRAUN 

15.32 1613 BARBERRY LN 
06-16-403-010 WILLIAM GIBSON 

15.32 1611 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-011 WILLIAM GIBSON 

15.32 1609 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-012 WILLIAM GIBSON 

15.32 1607 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-013 WILLIAM GIBSON 

15.32 1605 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-014 ESTELLE JAROL 

15.32 1603 BARBERRY LN 
06-18-403-015 THOMAS K CUEVAS 

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06-16-415-004 JOHN WATSON 

7 1. 78 1517 BEVERLY DR 
O6-I6-415-OO5 BETTY LOU C OONOFRIO 

71.78 1515 BEVERLY DR 
06-16-415-006 ARCHDIOCESE OF DENVER 

71.71 1513 BEVERLY DR 
06-16-415-007 COUNTY OF LAKE 

12.90 1511 BEVERLY DR 
06-18-415-014 ROBERT A HAAS 

71. 78 1429 BEVERLY DR 
06-16-415-027 THOMAS F ft MARY E MAL I A 

7 1. 78 1506 CHEROKEE DR 
06-16-415-028 RICHARD ft LVDIA FETINGIS 

71.76 1504 CHEROKEE OR 
06-I6-415-O29 BEN MINER 

71.78 1502 CHEROKEE DR 
06-16-416-028 ARTHUR H SCHWAB 

72.14 1422 KILDEER DR 
06-16-417-001 ROBERT E ft MARY R GRIFFIN 

361.73 1521 KILDEER DR 
06-18-417-004 RAMON CRUZ 

478.4} 1515 KILDEER DR 
06-16-417-021 CHERYL E OLSON 

72.14 1518 BRENTWOOD DR 
06-16-416-029 GLENN B ROBIN 

451 .45 1432 TURNBULL OR 
06-16-419-011 GLEN A ft TERESA L HILL 

491.72 1501 TURNBULL DR 
06-18-421-002 SUSAN F ANDERSON 

304.62 24475 W HICKORY ST 
06-16-421-007 SUSAN F ANDERSON 

209.60 24476 W OAK ST 

06-16-422-001 KENNETH ft PHYLLIS COSTELLO 

62. 84 24485 W OAK ST 
06-16-422-003 FUTURA BUILDERS 

62.64 24461 W OAK ST 
06-16-423-020 DOLORES A HOWARD 

71*78 1333 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-423-021 DOLORES A HOWARD 

71.7B 1331 FAIRFIELD RO 
06-16-423-024 MARJORIE K HISCOCK 

35.69 1325 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-423-025 MARJORIE K HISCOCK 

35.89 1323 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-423-056 R M PELLETTIERI 

71. 78 1405 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-16-425-020 ANTON ft BRENDA TOMASELLO 

601.46 1416 CHEROKEE DR 
06-18-425-021 ANTON ft BRENDA TOMASELLO 

144.28 1416 CHEROKEE DR 
06-18-425-024 JEANNE S BRIERTON 



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06-18-427-007 MICHAEL E ft PAULA BISHOP 

603.36 1405 KILDEER DR 
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62.84 35111 N NIELSEN DR 
06-16-431-026 REBECCA A PROSSER 
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06-16-431-032 FRANK E CLASSMAN 

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06-16-431-033 MARGARET CLASSMAN 
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06-18-431-034 FRANK E CLASSMAN 

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1.244.58 1303 BARBERRY LN 
06-19-201-004 GARY N ft LAURA A PULEY 

377.74 1220 VILLA VISTA DR 
06-19-201-006 CHRISTOPHER NAPODANO 

24.56 1216 VILLA VISTA DR 
06-19-201-007 CHRISTOPHER NAPODANO 

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06-19-204-OU FRED POTENZA 

144.28 1207 BARBERRY LN 
06-19-205-003 SHARON NICHOLS 

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2.474.34 1112 FAIRFIELD RD* 
06-19-217-014 ALVAR LARSON 

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449.03 926 GOLFVIEW DR 
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06-18-411-022 BANK OF WHEATON TR 4778 

144. 28 1601 FAIRFIELD RD 
06-18-411-023 BANK OF WHEATON TR 4778 

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299.56 24471 W POPLAR ST 
06-18-4 12-OOB SAMUEL ft FRANCES C BANUELOS 

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06-19-221-007 WILLIAM E ft LINDA ENZENBACHER 

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06-19-224-024 ADRIAN LAYNE 

215.24 1002 FAIRFIELD RD ROUND 
06-19-224-026 ADRIAN LAYNE 

36.26 922 FAIRFIELD RO ROUND 
06-19-226-002 ADAN ft GUADALUPE HERNANDEZ 

144.26 1009 BARBERRY LN ROUND 
O6-I9-226-OI6 LINDA ft WALLACE HOOVER 

144.28 923 MAYFIELD DR ROUND 

O6-I9-228-OII LAWRENCE GRABOWSKI 

441.38 607 MAYFIELD DR ROUND 
06-19-226-015 LAWRENCE ft JUDITH DECHOW 

854.48 1001 BRENTWOOD DR ROUND 
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1,641.80 24329 W HWY 134 
O6-I9-403-OO3 W MCDONOUGH NIEHI 

459.19 34241 H HARRISON AV 
06-I9-404-O28 PAUL R DOLIN 

31.86 24360 W ROSS AV 
06-19-405-020 CHICAGO TITLE ft TRUST 

67.38 24320 W HART RD 
O6-2O-IOI-OO5 DENNIS ft HELEN BIRCH 

144.28 1223 SUNSET DR ROUND 
06-20-101-007 FUTURA BUILDERS, INC. 

72.14 1219 SUNSET DR ROUND 

O6-20-IOI-OO8 ROBERT LUDWIG 

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571.95 1206 MEADOWBROOK DR 
06-20-102-012 JOSEPH C SCHWARTZ 

613.56 1207 MEADOWBROOK OR 
[06-20-103-013 fUTURA BUILDERS 

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[06-20-103-016 JOSEPH A A LI5BETH K PERSCHOH 



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06-2O-IO8-OI8 MARGARET V CARUSO 

340.42 1106 IDLEWILD DR 
O6-2O-IO6-OI9 MARGARET V CARUSO 

144.26 1104 IDLEWILD DR 
06-20-1 11-014 CODEL A I ELLEN C KOPIEC 

mi*. 28 1011 BAYVIEW DR 
06-20-11I-OI.2 R A KAY 

869-74 918 IDLEWILD OR 
06-20-113-016 JOSEPH F I KIM SIHINIC 

535.66 416 CLENWOOD DR 
06-20-1 11.-0 10 A SKRLAC M SKRLAC 

9.13 1002 BAYVIEW DR 
O6-2O-I 14-013 KEITH SURROZ 

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06-20-115-022 JACQUELINE M A GLENIS 

529.70 91*. CLARENDON DR 
06-20-1 15-023 J CAMPBELL r BROWN 

144.28 912 CLARENDON DR 
06-20-1 18-005 WILLIAM F C0CKEFA1R 

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06-20-116-009 RUDY REYES 

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06-2O-203-OII. AMERICAN NAT'L BANK 

11.1,. 28 305 HAWTHORNE OR 
06-20-204-015 MARY MCCARTHY 

144.28 201. CLARENDON DR 
06-20-206-002 KENNETH E 4 HARJORIE BENNETT 

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06-20-20B-032 WILLIAM J A TAflARA L DOMANSKY 



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O6-2O-206-O38 MR A MAS WALTER J ANTCZAK 

538.88 101 CHANNEL DR NORTH 
06-20-210-020 ROBERT J A SYLVIA LUOWIC 

139-03 220 CHANNEL DR NORTH 
06-20-210-021 ROBERT J A SYLVIA LUOWIG 

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06-20-2 14-0 Id MR A MRS EDWARD H SOOERQUIST 

37.07 1113 CLARENOON DR ROUND 
06-20-215-004 GAR REALTY 

1,020.42 1113 CEDAR LAKE RD ROUND 
O6-20-215-OI4 RICHARD WRIGHT 

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O6-2O-215-O22 HTMIE A G C FElNSTEIN 

1.06 127 CHANNEL DR NORTH ROUND 
06-20-215-023 HYMIE D A C G FEINSTEIN 

4.31 125 CHANNEL DR NORTH ROUND 
O6-2O-2 15-032 JOHN LUPTAK 

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O6-2O-215-O65 RICHARD G SZCZEPANIAK 

593.70 24 W CHANNEL DR SOUTH ROUND 
O6-2O-2I5-O66 E MEADOWS R BICKEL 

979*42 113 CHANNEL OR NORTH ROUNO 
06-2O-2I6-OII ARDITH A DOLAHORE 

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06-20-216-016 J DIXON L LANG 

584.03 222 FERNDALE DR ROUND 
O6-2O-218-OI6 JERRY R A STEPHANIE MILLER 

144.28 1032 SHORELAND CT ROUND 
06-20-220-011 VARO (431887) DOTRON. WALTER 

581.26 313 CHANNEL DR SOUTH ROUND 
06-20-222-033 JERRY R OOUCETTE 

144.28 1012 KENILWORTH DR ROUND 
06-20-222-034 JERRY A JANET OOUCETTE 

-ll. 129.32 1010 KENILWORTH DR ROUND 
06-20-225-031 CATHERINE D GEHRKE 

144.28 202 CLENWOOD OR ROUND 
06-20-227-020 HELENS A MURPHY 

72.14 314 WOODLAND DR ROUND 
06-20-227-021 HELENE A MURPHY 

27B.55 312 WOODLAND DR ROUND 
06-20-227-023 ABRAHAM BLINICK 

144.28 922 CEDAR LAKE RO ROUND 
06-20-228-OOI STANLEY KETSIOS 

144.28 921 CEDAR LAKE RD ROUND 
06-20-228-025 VETERANS ADMINISTRATOR 

602.28 214 WOODLAND DR ROUND 
06-2O-229-OO8 MARY SCHMIT 

611.94 107 CLENWOOD OR ROUND 
06-20-300-0)8 FISCAL CONTROLS TRUST 

2,603.87 98 CAROL LN 
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20.92 HART RD 
06-20-404-043 COUNTY OF LAKE TRUSTEE 

45.14 BERNICE CT NORTH 
06-20-404-056 EVELYN SCHWABE 

54.16 BERNICE CT NORTH 
06-20-404-O73 J DIM1 L OINI 

19.28 DOROTHY CT • 
06-20-404-081 J OINI L OINI 

109.61 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-20-404-O82 J OINI L DIN1 

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O6-2O-405-O33 LEONARD A VICKI LAMBERT 

908.10 731 AID6EWO0D DR 
06-20-405-040 FURY A KERR 

252.93 6)6 PARK RD 
06-20-407-017 ROY J FOREHAND 

73.47 ROSEOALE CT SOUTH 
06-2O-4O7-0 18 ROY J FOREHAND 

73.47 ROSEOALE CT SOUTH 
06-20-408-0)5 PAULINE ROSS 

129.30 222 ROSEDALE CT SOUTH 
06-2O-41O-0O2 RUTH RIPSTRA A JOHN BRADY 

54.16 BERNICE CT NORTH 
06-20-410-012 FRANK W SPRINGWATEft 

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06-20-413-002 PAUL A GENEEN M HOETZEA 

25.44 RIDCEWOOO OR 
06-20-413-003 PAUL S A CENEEN M HOETZER 

25.44 RIDGE WOOD OR 
06-2O-413-O09 BENEDICT J BLACKBURN 

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1.214.94 615 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-20-417-020 ROBERT A SHARON GILB 

13.96 SPANKEY CT 
06-20-417-034 RAJ BUIDERS INC 

13.96 SPANKEY CT 
06-20-420-010 CHARLES B A MARY LENZEN 

375.67525 LINDEN DR 
06-20-420-017 MICHAEL A KRISTINE JAPCZYK 

275.90 511 LINDEN OR 
06-20-420-018 MICHAEL A KRISTINE JAPCZYK 

35.82 LINDEN DR 
06-20-420-025 HERMAN J BROWN 

.54 526 CATALPA DR 
06-20-420-026 HERMAN J BROWN 

7.40 524 CATALPA DR 
06-20-420-027 HERMAN J BROWN 

I.OB 522 CATALPA OR 
06-20-421-007 MARTHA J BOOKER 

I.OO6.56 529 CATALPA OR 
06-20-421-022 MA A MRS CHARLES E HENDR1CKS0N 

146.94 528 BEECHWOOD OR 
06-20-425-021 GEORGE FRITZLER 

146.94 512 LINDEN DR 
06-21-101-OI2 DAVID A TERES1A TAYLOR 

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06-21-101-016 FRANK E A JOYCE D KASPER 
29.48 22852 W LAKE PARK AV 
O6-2I-IOI-OI7 FRANK E A JOYCE D KASPER 

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06-21-101-062 DAVID A LISA RENDER 

365.90 22913 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-21-101-063 GEORGE HILL 

1.165.32 22903 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-21-101-064 WILLIAM A KATHLEEN ALBRIGHT 

69.46 22891 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-21-102-020 MR A MRS WALTER MICHALAK 

563.05 22595 W LANE CT 
06-21-102-029 H DEMOS C DEMOS 

301.05 34768 N EAST END AV 
06-21-102-037 RAYMOND J GREINER 

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06-21-102-036 RAYMOND J GREINER 

251. 68 34925 N EAST END AV 
06-21-102-039 RAY A G GREINER- 

298.84 34919 N EAST END AV 
06-21-102-041 JACK R MARTENS 

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29.46 34881 N EAST END AV 
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29. 48 34B77 H EAST END AV 
06-21-102-044 JACK R MARTENS 

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06-21-102-050 DOLORES E A LEONARD J CARDASCID 

604.77 34817 N EAST END AV 
06-21-102-051 DOLORES E A LEONARD J CAROASCIO 

7.83 34803 N EAST END AV 
06-21-103-011 RICHARD S FINN 

29.48 22960 W SHOREWOOD DR 
06-2I-107-O05 BEVERLY A LEONARD 

14.74 22535 W LAKE PARK AV 
06-21-107-007 DONALD B CRANE 

1.008.62 22594 W SHOREWOOD DA 
06-21-108-003 LYNETTE MCNEILL 

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O6-2I-IO8-OI7 PAMELA GAGL1AN0 

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06-21-1 I2-O08 JAMES R A DALE L SKINNER SCHUMPP 

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415-92 22576 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-21-1)2-012 GEORGE FLOHR 

2,629.92 22568 W LAKEVIEW AV 
06-21-201-006 WILLIAM C DRECOLL 

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906.94 554 RAVINE DR 
06-21-41 1-016 GENEVIEVE CICHANSKI 

10.19 562 HILLCAEST TER 
06-21-416-027 WILLIAM RZEPA 

383.23 22010 W WASHINGTON ST 

06-21-418-002 ROBERT E A VIRGINIA M GNARRO 

1.101 .45 34059 N HICKORY AV 
06-21-418-003 EDWARD M GNARRO 

93.42 34039 N HICKORY AV 
06-2 1-4 1B-008 EDWARD M GNARRO 

704.74 34040 N LILAC AV 
06-22-200-002 PARKWAY SANK A TRUST CO TR 4708 

569.78 21319 W SHOREWOOD RD 
06-22-304-OO4 WAYNE S A SHARON M GREENE 

191.62 2l84g W LAKE AV 
06-22-306-001 ELMER W SZONTAGH 

582.72 34225 N LAKESIDE DR 
06-22-306-015 ELMER W SZONTAGH 

383.24 34028 N GERWAL AV 
O6-22-30B-OOI WILLIAM E KARTNETT 

191.62 21992 W WASHINGTON ST 
06-22-308-002 WILLIAM E HARTNETT 

191.62 21982 W WASHINGTON ST 
O6-22-3O8-OO3 WILLIAM E HARTNETT 

19.00 21972 W WASHINGTON ST 
06-24-202-002 DEAN L JOHNSON 

164.20 GRANT AV 
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AF 983.35 19169 W WASHINGTON ST 
06-25-200-011 CITY OF WAUKEGAN 
AF 44.00 19400 W BRAE LOCH RD 



06-21-201-020 JOHN CONNOLLY 

88.62 HICKORY ST 
06-21-201-022 JOHN CONNOLLY 

56.22 LAKE AV 
06-21-201-024 JOHN CONNOLLY 

56.22 LAKE AV 
06-21-202-004 DWIGHT HANSON 

19.06 HICKORY ST 
06-21-202-005 DWICHT HANSON 

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06-21-202-017 R RUSSELL R RUSSELL S RUSSELL 

112.44 1114 HICKORY ST ROUND LAKE BEACH 
06-21-301-014 WALTER C PISKORZ 

. 26.42 4 E LAKE SHORE DR ROUND LAKE PARK 
06-21-301-043 WILBERT G A CAROL H HOFFMAN 

254.93 402 E LAKE SHORE DR ROUND LAKE PARK 
06-21-301-046 EVSTAKHY A FRUMA PtLIPCHAK 

139.28 408 E LAKE SHORE DR R°»*D LAKE PARK 
06-21-305-009 STEVEN D A CYNTHIA KAY LAMP I 

444.13 524 FAIRLAWN DR ROUND LAKE PARK 
06-21-307-009 DONALD R A NARY FRANCES 5ELZER 

309.66 523 FOREST GLEN OR 
06-21-307-014 SHELIA HERRIWEATHER 

72.36 513 FOREST GLEN DR 
06-21-307-OI5 SHELIA HERRIWEATHER 

731. 38 511 FOREST GLEN DR 
06-21-307-031 GERALD HOLMES 

516.03 510 PROSPECT DR 
06-21-307-036 LOUIS LITZ 1 VARO (477954) 

240.52 322 E WASHINGTON ST 
06-21-309-001 THOMAS E A SARAH S CLARK 

367.80 415 E LAKE SHORE OR - 
06-21-309-010 GREGORY A CHAR RENDER " 

145.44 527 GRANDVIEW OR 
06-21-311-012 JOHN L A LINDA A JACKSON 

728.12 503 BRIERHILL DR 
06-21-312-002 AARK S GORSUCH 

225.13 103 E WASHINGTON ST 
06-21-312-003 MARK S GORSUCH 

72.72 105 E WASHINGTON ST 
06-21-313-013 JOZEF A ELEONORA HOCARSKI 

72.72 CLIFTON OR 
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1,454.66 34219 N HAINESVILLE RD 
06-21-400-025 HARRY DEMOS 

112.14 HAINESVILLE RD 
06-2 1-40O-O28 HARRY DEAOS 

342.06 HILLCAEST TER 
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06-25-400-007 WESTERN NATIONAL BANK OF CICERO TR 5400 
AF 3.845.85 19409 W CENTER ST GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-104-009 H HAY FOREMAN 

AF 707.74 253 HEATHER AV GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-IO7-O27 LYLE J HARVEY 

AF 1,264.02 27B BONNIE BRAE AV GRAY5LAKE 

06-26-1ICM302 WILLIAM H I LYNN I SANGBU5CH 
AF 1.358.72 265 BRIARGATE DR GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-203-010 GOODWIN HEIL 

AF 35.40 61 B BARRON BLVD GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-207-034 TALMAN HONE FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN 
AF 1,046.34 661 CARDINAL CT GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-209-037 CAROLYN WHITE 

AF 1,042.54 536 PHEASANT CT GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-214-002 JEFFERSON STATE BANK TR 1)6 1 
AF 192.22 BRISTOL LN GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-309-010 RANDALL S A LORETTA L BUSSONE 
AF 863.83 20 N SLUSSER ST GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-314-001 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF WINNETKA TR L3385 
AF 3.656.84 101 CENTER ST GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-3 1 4-007 DANIEL F KANE 

AF 1,121.05 129 CENTER ST GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-314-008 KENNETH G A PATRICIA FORD 
AF 643.74 133 CENTER ST GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-401-006 EVABELLE A WALTER CAWLIK 

AF 1,924.80 340 BARRON BLVD GRAYSLAKE 

06-26-402-012 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKE FOREST TR 1501 
AF 132.62 BARRON BLVD - CRAYSLAKE 

06-27-300-015 BETTY DE BRUYNE 
AF 2.640.44 BELV1DERE RD HAINESVILLE 



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74 520 HARVEY ST 
FRANCES C LONG 
49 9 HAWLEY CT 
FRANCES C LONG 

75 120 N LAKE ST 
JOSEPH W A SANDRA DRAPER 
00 350 MITCHELL DR 
ROBERT ROSS 
17 365 BEHM DR 
LAWRENCE P A LINDA L LENZEN 
17 341 BEHM DR 
JEROLD A ELIZABETH LECKMAN 
54 235 S1WIHA DR 
ANN UNCER 
80 2 HARVEY ST 
SUSAN LOVE 
48 113 BURTON ST 
JOHN E A SANDRA CALLAHAN 
66 17 HAWLEY CT 
RICHARD D A LYNN QUARRELS 
96 33 ALLEGHANY RD 
ROBERT C MICHAELS 
26 405 GREENWOOD DR ROUND 
ROBERT MICHAELS 

44 403 GREENWOOD DR ROUND 
GEORGE A SLDSSER 

44 411 BRIERHILL DR ROUNO 
ANNETTE CEG1ELSKI 
72 403 KENWOOD DR ROUND 

ANNETTE CEGIELSKI 
34 401 KENWOOD DR ROUND 

RUBEN A CYNTHIA PEDRAZA 
38 4)8 CLIFTON OR . ROUND 
RUBEN A CYNTHIA PEDRAZA 
72 416 CLIFTON DR ROUND 

HENRIETTA LANDWEHA 
34 413 CLIFTON DR ROUND 

DENNIS R A JUDY CUAAINGS 
46 215 MIDLAND OR ROUND 

FLORENCE V POLINSKI 

.58 413 BELLEVUE DA ROUNO 

RONALD A SUE SWEDERSKI 
.72 FAIRLAWN OR ROUND 

GEOACE ROPES 
.44 305 E WASHINGTON ST ROUNO 

GEORGE KOPES 
.44 307 E WASHINGTON ST ROUND 

JAMES KELLY 
.32 416 FOREST GLEN DR ROUND 

HOWARD K A LAURA C AONAHAN 
.24 415 E WASHINGTON ST ROUND 

HOWARD K A LAURA C AONAHAN . 
.46 417 E WASHINGTON ST ROUNO 

ROBERT E A PAULA A STEBBINS 



.62 417 GRANDVIEW DR 

WILLIAM THOHEV 

.44 321 GREENWOOD DR 

RUSSELL THOAEY 
.84 319 GREENWOOD DR 

AUSSELL THOAEY 
.60 319 GREENWOOD DR 

WILLIAM THOAEY 
.82 315 GREENWOOD DR 

DOUGLAS G A FRANCIS 
.11 316 CLIFTON DR 



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.14 302 CLIFTON DR ROUND 

MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES IMC 84738-9 
.91 320 BELLEVUE DR ROUND 

ERNEST NILLAAN 

.74 321 BELLEVUE DR ROUND 

FRANCIS G S LORRAINE CHAISTRAM 



.72 PROSPECT DR ROUND 

RONALD C Will 

44 222 BRIERHILL DR ROUND 

HARRY A ANITA STROM 
.18 205 PROSPECT DR ROUND 

JEFFREY D A AEGIMA A COOLEY 
.72 KENWOOD DR ROUND 



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06-28-132-013 F CIESE K CIESE E CIESE 

72.72 120 CLIFTON OR 
06-28-132-020 DONALD ANTHONY A RATHT RARV 

655.0V 106 PINEVtEW DR 
O6-28-I33-O26 ARTHUR ECLESTON 

72.72 115 CLIFTON DR 
O6-28-I35-OO9 ERIK P & BLANCHE S KLINZIN6 

731.38 125 BELLEVUE DR 
06-28-135-017 RODOLFO SALAZAR 

B05.3* 128 FAIRLAWN DR 
06-28-136-0 111 ALVINA ft PERRY KARNS 

303.16 tl3 FAIRLAWN OR 
06-28-136-02* OSCAR C I ELDA C MARTINEZ 

72.72 110 FOREST CLEN DR 
06-28-136-025 OSCAR C t ELDA C MARTINEZ 

386.03 110 FOREST CLEN DR 
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06-28-1 38-001. JIH A I CINDY A STENDER 

398.61 7 PINEVIEW DR 
06-28-138-01) ROBERT C KARR 

2*9.13 21 PINEVIEW DR 
O6-28-3OO-OI6 JOSEPH A SEPUTIS 

155.28 RAIN ST 
06-28-301-011. JOHN RADTKE 

1.692.3B 112 MAIN ST 
06-28-302-026 JOHN A MAGEE 

3.229.66 128 RAIN ST 

O6-28-302-032 JOHN CROSCHOPF 

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O6-28-302-O33 JOHN CROSCHOPF 

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06-28-302-0*1 ROBERT T URL IT 
1,069.86 23* RAIN ST 

06-28-305-009 HAROLD A PENELOPE GRANT 

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06-28-306-005 HASSAN t\ I LILY H SALEH 

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06-28-306-01* HASSAR SALEH 

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06-28-*00-007 ERLAND A JOHNSON 
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06-28-402-001 GENEVIEVE CICHANSXI 
AF 6.92 HAINESVILLE RD 
06-28-1.02-006 PETER RAHDAS 
AF 86.22 HAINESVILLE RD 
06-28-*02-O08 MAIN BANK TR B5-I79 
AF 1.57.8* 13 BELVIDERE RD 
06-28-1.03-O02 ERLAND A JOHNSON 
AF 161.30 BELVIDERE RD 
06-29-101-002 SUNCAP BUILDING CORP 

8,292.62 657 RAILROAD AV 
06-29-102-001. JOHN A nAGEE 

1,517.8* **8 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-29-102-O05 JOHN A HAGEE 

1,1.15.28 U8 CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-29-102-013 DOLORES ELLEFSEN 

523.30 386 CEDAR LAKE RD 
O6-29-IO3-OOI JOSEPH A ALBERT 

76. 38 GARDEN CT 
06-29-103-002 JOSEPH A ALBERT 

76.38 GARDEN CT 
06-29-103-003 JOHN t ELIZABETH CHftlSTEL 

5lt. 16 GARDEN CT 
06-29-103-001. JOHN A ( ELIZABETH CHRISTEL 

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06-29-103-011 JOSEPH A ALBERT 

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06-29-103-012 JOSEPH A ALBERT 

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06-29-106-00* HELENE A RURPHY 

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06-29-200-007 STACK ON PRODUCTS CO. 
83*. 02 308 NIPPERSINK AV 
06-29-200-OOe STACK ON PRODUCTS CO. 

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06-29-201-002 JOSEPH A ALBERT 

I3.96 BMINY BAY 
O6-29-2OI-OO3 JOSEPH A ALBERT 

13.96 BlftlNY BAY 
06-29-20 1-0 1* SHIRLEY C t STEWART L OLSON 

6.98 BININY BAY 
06-29-205-00* ERASRO P VILLRREAL 

26.10 1.27 ALPINE DR 
06-29-207-013 EARL L t SHARON HENSLEY 

73- *7 LAKEWOOD TER 
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06-29-209-002 RARY J RUCKOLDT 
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06-29-209-013 VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 

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2.381.38 31* NIPPERSINK AV 
06-29-218-00* JOHN A nAGEE 

3,171.3* 219 NIPPERSINK AV 
06-29-221-001 TERRI WALSH CRAIG 

1,1*1.52 109 RAIN ST 
06-29-300-006-0010 EDWARD R HEATLEY 

1,666.1* 685 N CEDAR LAKE RD 
O6-29-3OO-OO6-OOII EDWARD R HEATLEY 

610.1* 685 N CEDAR LAKE RD 
06-29-*OD-00; £ RADTKE J RADTKE 

2.296.10 101 RAIN ST ROUND LAKE PARK 60073 

06-30-100-006 TIMOTHY GENENGELS 

922.90 2*9*8 W NIPPERSINK RD 
O6-30-3O2-OO2 TERRY A PAMELA A KAESEBERG 

229.62 HIGH POINT DR ROUND LAKE 60073 
O6-3O-3O2-OO3 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

229.62 HIGH POINT DR ROUND LAKE 60073 

06-32-200-005-0010 TERRY i. PATRICIA ROCKENBACH 

1,037.88 BELVIDERE RD ROUND LAKE PARK 60073 
O6-32-2OO-OO5-OOII TERRY A PATRICIA ROCKENBACH 

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AF 738.53 383 CETCHELL AV 
06- 3 k- 2 05-002 SHARON R CHRISTOFFERSEN 
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06-3*-206-OlB JOSEPH B ( VERONICA A HERTEL 
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06-31.-213-007 WILLIAM A KATHY CR0CN1NGER 
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06-34-215-016 F HANCLITZ R MCCLASKY 
AF 15,265.98 GLEN ST 
O6-35-IOI-OO2 EVERET HUCKER 
AF 50.08 41 PARK AV 
06-35-105-001 MR A MRS JOHN C BAUMGARTNER 
AF 127.89 21 OAK AV 
06-35-105-002 RR C MRS JOHN C BAUMGARTNER 
AF 127.89 21 OAK AV 
06-35-107-013 WILLIAM T F1TZPATRICK 
AF 1,717.44 HARDING AV 



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85 243 S HARDING AV 
GERTRUDE LITWILER 
78 298 S SEYMOUR AV. 
GERTRUDE LITWILER 
78 298 S SEYMOUR AV 
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STATE OK ILLINOIS) 

) ss 

COUNTY OF UKF. ) 



I. Jack L. Anderson, hereby certify that 1 an County Trrasurer 
anJ Ex-afflrlo County Collector of the County of Lake. In the Stale of 
tlll.u'i\. anJ ill such the keeper of tlH) rotor Ji of said office ami that 
1I10 foivr;olnc 1c • lint of Jcl Utqucnt lands and lot* upon which tjir. 
r rev. In unpaid and due for the year or year* 1910 through I98S both 
Inclusive, toguthcr with the owner'* rune, If known, and the amunl of 
Uk duo Oicrroii. 



So von I «t. 



Dated *L waukctan, Lade County, Illinois this 6th day of 
A.U. 1986. 




'JACK I. ANMXSOS 
COUNTY TSFASVSFJl AND 

r.\-of I trio COttTV CTUXCTOR 

H86B-151-RL/GL 
November 13, 19B6 



-LEGAL— 

ORDINANCE W- 1 1-32 
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE VILLAGE CODE OF 
ROUND LAKE BEACH. ILLINOIS. BY ADDING THERETO 
CHAPTER 10. ENTITLED "GARAGE SALES". OF TITLE 3. 
ENTITLED "BUSINESS REGULATIONS" OF it-" VILLAGE 
CODE OF ROUND LAKE BEACH, ILLINOIS 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BO" "D OF 
TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF ROUK3 LAKE BEACH, 
ILLINOIS, AS FOLLOWS: 

SECTION 1: Chapter 10, entitled "Garage Sates", of 
Title 3, entitled "Business Regulations", ol the Village 
Code of Round Lake Beach, Illinois, be and is created, as 
follows: 

CHAPTER 10 
GARAGE SALES 
3-10-1. LICENSING: 

(a) it shod be unlawful for any person or household to 
conduct a garage sale in the Village in a residential 
area without first filing with the Clerk the information 
hereinafter specified and obtaining from such Clerk o 
license to do so, to be known as a "Garage Sale Licen- 
se". The fee for such license shall be Two {$2,00) 
Dollars. 

(b) Such license shall be issued to any one person only 
two times within a twelve-month period and no such 
license shall be issued for more than three con- 
secutive calendar days, all sales shall bo conducted 
only between dawn to dusk, and any and all signs 
shall be removed after the third sales day. 

: Each license issued under this Ordinance must be 
! prominently displayed on the premises upon which 
1 the garage sale is conducted throughout the entire 

period of the licensed sale. 

3-10-2. DEFINITIONS: 

(1) Garage soles shall mean and include all soles en- 
titled "garage solo", "lawn safe", "attic sale", "rum- 
mage sale", "flea market sale", or any similar casual 
sale of tangible personal property which Is adverlised 
by means whereby the public at large is or can be 
made aware of sold sale. 

(2) Goods ore meant to Include any goods, warehouse 
merchandise or other property capable of being the 
object of a sale regulated hereunder, 

(3) Person shall mean and include individuals, part- 
nerships, voluntary associates, and corporations. 
3-10-3. INFORMATION TO BE FILED: The information 
to be filed with the Clerk, pursuant to this ordinance, 
shall be as follows: 

(1) Name of person, firm, group, corporation, 
association or organization conducting said sale. - 

(2) Name of owner of the property on which said sale 
Is to be conducted, and consent of owner if applicant 
is other than ihe owner. 

(3) Location at which sale is to be conducted. 

(4) Number of days of sale. 

(5) Dote, nature of any past sale, 

(6) Relationship or connection applicant may hove had 
with any other person, firm, group, organization, 
association or corporation conducting said sale and 
the date or dates of such sale. 

(7) Whether or not applicant has been issued any 
other vendor's license by any local, state or federal 
agency. 

(B) Sworn statement or affirmation by the person 
signing that the information therein given Is full and 
true and know to him to be so. 

3-10-4. PERSON AND SALE EXCEPTED: The provisions 
of this ordinance shall not apply to or affect the , 
following persons or sales; 

(1) Persons selling' goods pursuant to an order or 
process of a court of competent jurisdiction, 

(2) Persons acting in accordance with their powers 
and duties as public officials, 

(3) Any person selling or advertising lor sale an item 
or items of personal properly which are specifically 
named or described In the advertisement and which 
separate items do not exceed five In number. 
3-10-S. SIGNS: Any person licensed under the 
provisions of this Chapter may erect two (2) signs ad- 
vertising the licensed sale. One such sign shall be 
located on the premises where the sale is to take 
place, and the other shall be located at the nearest 
major intersection to the sale premises, giving direc- 
tions to the sale. No such sign be erected on any 



public right of way. All signs shall be removed no loteir 
than three (3) hour* after conclusion of Ihe sale, 
3-10-4. PENALTY: Any person violating any provision 
of the Chapter shall be fined not less than Twenty-Five 
($25.00) Dollars, nor more than Five Hundred 
($500.00) Dollars. Each day on which a violation of this 
Chapter exists or continues shall be deemed a 
separate offense. 

SECTION 1: All Ordinances, or part of Ordinances, In 
conflict with this Amending Ordinance be and they are 
hereby repealed. 

SECTION J: This Ordinance shall be In full force and ef- 
fect from and after its passage, approval and publication, 
as provided by law, v 

APPROVED: 
Carl Schrimpf 
Village President 
ATTEST: 
Becky L. Fox 
Village Clerk 

Presented and read at a Regular Meeting of the Round 
Lake Beach Village Board on the 3rd day of November, 
1986. 

Passed and approved ot a Regular Meeting of the Round 
Lake Beach Village Board on the 3rd day of November, 
1986. 

ROLL CALL: 
AYES: 3 
NAYS: 2 
ABSENT: 1 
ABSTAIN: 

11B6B-138RL 
November 6, 1986 



—LEGAL— 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 

The Village of Round Lake Beach, Illinois (the 'Village") 
hereby requests proposals for the redevelopment of its 
certain parcels of land (Ihe "Development Sito") located . 
within proposed "Tax Increment Redevelopment Project 
Area" set forth In its 'Tax Increment Redevelopment 
Area Plan and Project" (the "Plan"), which was the sub- 
ject of a public hearing on October 14. 1986. The Develop- 
ment Site consists of approximately 52 acres, is generally 
located North of Rollins Road, South and East of the 
Village's northern and western boundaries and West of 
Illinois Route 83 a. J is legally described as follows: 
PARCEL 1: That part of Ihe west 300 feet of the East 
554.2 feet of the South 468.44 feet of lot 1 in school . 
trustee's subdivision of section 16, township 45 North, 
Range 10 East of the third principal meridian, lying 
northerly of the centerline of Rollins Road, in Lake 
County', Illinois. J 

PARCEL 2: 1 1 1 EoSt«rly .0 acres of that part of Lol 1 In 
school trustees subdivision of section 16 Township 45 
North, Range 10 East ol tho Third Principal Meridian, 
lying Northerly of tho Centerline of Rollins Road (as 
shown on plat of survey dated February 3, 1944, and 
recorded April 21, 1949, as Document 668334): 
Westerly of the Westerly right of way lino of the Min- 
neapolis. St. Paul and Sault Saint Marie Railway and 
Southerly of tho centerline off Rollins Road (as for- 
merly located), Ihe west boundary line of said 10. 
acres being parallel with the west lino of said Lot 1 
(except that part of the West 300.0 foot of the east 
554.20 Feet of the South 468.44 Feet of Lot 1 in School 
Trustees Subdivision, lying Northerly of the centerline 
of Rollins Road), in Lake County, Illinois. 
PARCEL 3: Lot 1 (except the right of the Minneapolis. 
St. Paul and Saulte Saint Marie Railway, also except 
that part thereof easterly of .said railway. Also except 
that part thereof tying southerly of the centerline *of 
Rollins Road as shown on Plat of survey dated 
February 3, 1944, and recorded April 31, 1949, as 
Document 668334, and also except the Easterly 10 
acres of that part thereof lying northerly of the cen- 
terline of said Rollins Rood as shown on said Plat of 
survey recorded as Document 668334. Westerly of the 
Westerly right of way line of said Minneapolis, St. 
Paul and Saulte Saint Marie Railway and Southerly of 
the centerline of Rollins Rood as formerly located. The 
west boundary tine of said 10 ocres being parallel with 
the West line of said Lot 1). In School Trustees' Sub- 
division of Section 16, Township 45 North, Range 10 
East of the Third Principal Meridian in Lake County, 
Illinois. - 

The Village Is planning to construct public im- 
provements on the Development Site as part of the Plan 
and requests proposals to construct a retail shopping 
strip center on a portion of the Development site of at 
least 50,000 to 60,000 squore feet and approximately 
40,000 additional square feet of other retail establish- 
ments. The balance of the Development Site shall be 
developed for light industrial or commercial purposes in 
accordance with the Plan. 

At present Ihe Village contemplates constructing cer- 
tain public improvements on the Development Site (e.g. 
utility connections, storms sewers, curbing, lighting, 
roads, retention pond) and demolition, clearing and 
grading the Development Site for development. Said 
public improvements would be financed through the 
issuance of tox increment bonds of the Village. Pursuant 
to a redevelopment contract to be negotiated with the 
Village, Ihe developer selected will undertake to con- 
struct the retail shopping center and such developer will 
provide certain corporate and personal guarantees to ad- 
ditionally secure the payment of debt service on any bon- 
ds issued to finance ihe cost of such public improvements. 
The Village Is hereby soliciting development proposals 
from any interested persons. 

Any written proposal which is submitted to Ihe Village 
should include at least ihe following information: (1) a 
general description of the proposed retail shopping cen- 
ter, (2) the estimated timing of the completion of the 
retail shopping center, (3) a description of the specific 
properties within the Development Site which would be 
involved, (4) a proposed budget, (5) satisfactory evidence 
of adequate financing (6) a listing of any public assistance 
needed and '7) evidence of the ability to assemble and 
develop the Development Site in a timely fashion. 
Proposals which do not contain the foregoing information 
will not be considered. 

All proposals must be submitted to the Village by 
December 1, 1986. Proposals should be submitted to the 
attention of the Village Clerk, Village of Round Lake 
Beach, Village Halt, 1212 North Cedar Lake Road, Round 
Lake Beach, Illinois 60073. Questions concerning this 
Request for Proposals should be directed to Carl Schrim- 
pf, Mayor at (312)546-8752. 

/s/Becky L. Fox 

Village Clerk 

Village of Round Lake Beach 

1186A-134RL 

Novembers, 1986 



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— LEOAL— 
ANNUAL FINANCIAL *T ATIMINT FOR PUBLICATION 

FOR THI FISCAL VIA* INMO JUNI M, If M 

LAKI VILLA COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL 

DISTRICTS 

104 1. OIAND AVINUf , LAKE VILLA. IL •*•*• 

GENERAL 

Size of District In Square Miles, 17; Number of Attendance Centers, 3; Number of Cer* 

if icated Employees: F ull-Tlme, 87; Port-Time 3. Number of Non-Certificated Employees: 

"ull-Tlme, 45: Part-Time, 41; Average Dally Attendance, 1,438.83; Number of Pupils 

nrolled Per Grade; Kindergarten, 210; first, 207; second, 175; third, 177; fourth 186; flf- 

i, 150; sixth, 169; seventh 174; eighth, 170; special, 18; Total Elementary, 1636; Total In 

istrlct, 1636. Tax Rate By Fund (In*/.}: Educational, 1.510%; Operations, Bldg. and 

ointenonce, .245%; Bond and Interest, .002%; Working Cash, ,050%: Transportation, 

20%; Municipal Retirement, .101 %; Fire Prevention and Safety, .050%; Tort Immunity, 

)56%: District Assossed Valuation, $75,520,825.00; Assessed Valuation Per A.D.A. 

upil, $52,487.66. 

ASSETS: Value of Capitol Assets: Buildings, 4,565,704.25; Equipment. 999,070.68. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL 

Leu than f It, Off: I. Berkey, L. Bullman, P. Hunsburger, L. Kamin, M. Lutzon. L. Rtx, 

I R. Siemlenkowlcz, H. Si i tens, D. Tomol, A. Wirtz. »1».0»t«H,tt9: N. Bock, B. Buenzow, 

|S. Mattson, J. Nleder, K. Paxtan. B. Pleasant, P. Rlordan, M. Schrlft, J. Slstl. t17,000- 

Iz4,f99: J. Adomoitis, K. Baird, J.P, Baker* J. Blanas, S. Bloom, S. Bodzloch, P. Boll, J. 

Bonovltz, C. Casoy, W. Christman, T. Christoffersen, A. Cohen, G. Cray, D. Donielsen, K. 

Dickson, C. Dooley, P. Fuglestad, R. Gothelf, P. Heinhold, G. Hodal, B. Hogan, M. 

Jacobs, M. Janosko, C. Kelley, A. Llvermoro, C, Loffredo, L. Mehnort, M. Noonan, B. 

Olson, R. Pochulis, N. Phistry, N. Radosta, K. Ronehan, J. Reynolds, J. Rhoderlck, A. 

Ropa, N. Russell, M. Schwontkowskl, R. Stellwog, S. Summers, L. Tobias, D. Tveter, M. 

Janscoyoc, N. Wallin, S. Wegl, K. Wirsing. M. Wold. US.M0 and Over: G, Adams! S. 

Bazata, J. Bock, L. Bock, G. Camp, M. Czop, D. Fabry, M. Foss, B. Garrett, J. Harnagel, 

P. Hay, M. Herman, J. Hlavln, A. Korr, D. Lahtl, O. Mills, J. Neeve, P. Palombl, R. Reese, 

C. Ridge, H. Schmidt, T. Scott, A. Sobbe, M. Stangel, M. Tabor, P. Thomas, R. Trussell, J. 

Zaremba, J. Zelkovich. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL 
Lew than f It.tM: P. Adams, B. Arnoux, P. Ballitz, 5. Barton, J. Bartusch, J. Bates, A. 
Beverly, J. Bird, E. Birkhaug, M. Brown, B. Bruskl, M. Buege. S. Bunkelman, M. Camp, L. 
Cancellare, R. Cancellare. J. Clko, P. Clko, J. Creegan, N. Curtis, R. Dewor, C. English, 
A. Eweri, C. Ewert, J. Ferrlgan, K. Fitzstmmons, C, Ford, A. Frayer, M. Frayer, J. 
Fredericks, K. Gillespie, E. Gilliland, J. Giza, C. Glldden, I. Goth, K. Hall, E. Hatton, C. 
Hoy, B. Huvelt, K. tlgner, A. Johnson, R. Johnson, S. Kasco, B. Keller, M. Kralec, J. Kud- 
zln, A. Lieber, A. Link, G. Link, T. Lissa, P. Loar, E. Lodolce, J. Lowry, R. Luszcak, E. 
Magera, S. Malone, B. McCondless, R. McCarthy. R. McMurtray, H. Mlkel, L. Monanl, C, 
Mortensen, G. Mortensen, A.L. Neubauer, A.S. Neubauer, L. Newcomb, K. Ney, D. 
Nlkulo, S. Noon, P. O'Brien, S. Oldenburg, M. Oplawskl, S. Ostrander, M. Paluccl, C. 
Peterson, J. Peterson, D. Posson, J. Proce, M. Rezin, A. Robinson, C, Robinson, L. 
Rodriguez, F. Roncone, D. Ropa, E. Rosemon, I. Rudnlck, G. Saari, M. Salzetder, J. 
Sarlch, K. Schaefer, P. Scharfz, B. Schmidt, J. Schmidt, B. Schneider, D. Schneider, L. 
Schrelber, E. Schummer, W. Schwartz, S. Scott, C, Shannon, V. Smolarchuk, I. Sterett, C. 
Tabor, J. Tabor, N. Tessler, A. Topf, E. Topf, R. Vangemert, P. Welch, E. Wlenke; A. 
Williams, B. Zelgler, M. Zwlssler. tlM4tt-i1»,*9«: R. Brown, C. Hebel, S. Skinner, V. 
Wray. t17,ttt-IM,999: R. Maston, D. Neubauer, A. Summer. IM.BBt and Over: H.J. 
Boutlsta. 

PERSONS, FIRMS, OR CORPORATION 
IN THE AGGREGATE PAID ISM OR MORE 
AT&T Information Systems, 11,881.46; A-Tire County Service, Inc., 623.65; A.C. Dyna- 
Tite Corp, 1,289.60; Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc., 8,940.12; Adrlenne Korr, 
1,532.45; Affiliated Customer Service. Inc., 1,035.32; Air Cleaning Specialists, 793.25; 
All-Power, Inc./ ACME Parts, 2,153.35; Althoff Industries, Inc., 33,006.00; American 
Academic Suppliers, 2,838.64; American Assoc, of School Administrators, 605.00; 
American Desk Manufactoring Company. 1,782.00; American Guidance Service, Inc., 
904.81; Anderson ft Sons Construction Inc., 10,895.00; Ann Liver ma re, 540.00; Antloch 
Auto Parts, 8,326.43; Antloch. C.C. School District. 34, 6,275.72; Antloch Comm. High 
School 2,399.35; Antloch Tires, Inc., 2,013.50; Ardlur Audio Visual, 1,703.39; Area Gtoss 
& Mirror Co., 2,140.39'; Bank of Lisle, 76,608.75; Bankers Life Ins., Co., 59,422.28; 
Bonkers Life Ins. Co./TSA, 55.286.42; Barnell Loft, L d., 997.51; Barnes & Noble 
Bookstores. Inc.. 678.60; BeckleyCardy Co., 5.355.21; Blue Cross/Blue Shield HMO Of 
Illinois, 9,254.54; Boiler Construction Co., 22,281.00; C.C. Services, Inc.-Brokerage 
Division, 1,782.00; C.B.S. Educational, 516.57; Cahill Heating ft Air Conditioning, 
1,310.66; Corbll Paint Co., 660.98; Corl Fischer of Chicago, 568.67; Carole Loffredo, 
610.00; Century Electric Supply Co.. 11,132.80; Century Supply Co., 10,111.22; Charles 
Merrill Publishing, 1,468.86; Chem-Rife Products Co.. 4,743.22; Childrens Press, 579.62; 

INDIVIDUAL FUND RALANCE SHEETS JUNE M, 1«W 



Circle Repair, 22,464.73; Cltywlde Building Maintenance, 98,207.80; Climate 
Engineering, 41,648.13; College of Lake County, 960.00; Colonial Williamsburg Foun- 
dation, 755.50; Commercial Truck & Auto, 791 .38; Commonwealth Edison Co,, 71 ,647.75; 
Country Mutual Insurance Co., 40,580.80; Countrystyle, Inc., 16,006.60. 

Creative Publications, 1,267.91; Dota Control & Research, LTD., 1,316.25; Dealers 
Transmission Exchange, 1,295,00; DEMCO, 806.91: Development Learning Materials, 
2,128.39; Dlemer Plumbing ft Heotlng Co., 19,633.56; Director of Employment Security, 
13,296.36; Eagle Discount Supermarkets, 3,268.28; Econo Chem Products, Inc., 3,876.66; 
Econo-Clad, 898.98; Economy Co., 6,557.59; Ed Clark Associates, 8,200.00; Edward 
Brodley Youth & Family C.C, 1,333.36; Edward Stauber Wholesale Hardware, Inc., 
4,480.24; Efflnger's Hardware, 3,310.37; Encyclopedia Britanntca, 762.70; Evoy, Kam- 
schulte, Jacobs, ft Co., 2,350.00; Fearon, 522.39; First American Bank of Lake County, 
66,329.31; First Omni Bank, N.A., 1,577.22; Fitness Wear, 2,637.00; Floghouse Inc., 
1,606.41; Flower Hut, 540.00 Fotlott Library Book Co., 1,828.35; Fox Industries Inc. 1st 
Granite City Bank, 2,006.19; Fox Volley Fire ft Safety, 963.14; Fox Volley Systems, Inc., 
642,30; Frank Mills, 660.50; Franklin Watts, Inc., 1,637.06; Freund Equipment Inc., 
576.83; Frey Scientific Co., 1,690.53; Fuqua, Winters ft Associates, 1,200.00; Gage Food 
Products Co., 1,816.53; Gestetner Corp., 3,901.61; GInn ft Co., 524.29; Globe Book Com- 
pany, Inc., 525.69;Gorbo Inc., 5,442.52; Graphic Learning Corp. 3,930.72; Grays 
Distributing, 574.00; Grayslake Community High School, 12,364.00; Grolier Educational 
Corp. 1,966.00; H.O.D. Disposal Inc., 3,184,95; Hammond ft Stephens, 746.86; Harcourt 
Brace Jovonovtch, 17,276.99; Hoydens Sport Center, 1,593.77; Henry Schmidt, 630.00; 
Hill Bohan Lumber, 596.93; Houghton Mifflin Co., 1 ,215,41. 

IBM, 18,701.20; llliana Fence ft Sates Corp., 8,027.00; Illinois Association of School 
Boards, 2,648.00; Illinois Bell Telephone Co., 9,690.19; Illinois Principals Assoc, 647.00; 
Institute for Public Management, 2,447.83; J-Tec, Inc., 755.00; J. Robert Lofton ft Assoc, 
8,321.00; J.S. Lotto ft Sons, 60,157.47; James R. Haake, 7,098.95; Jenkins ft Boiler Co., 
Inc., 162,672.00; Jo Ann Adomoitis, 539.25; John Sexton ft Co., 24,226.41; Judith Bock, 
1,961.39; Kappus Bread Co., 4,360.70; Karnes Music Co., 1,324.53; Kelso-Burnett Co., 
650.00; Lake Villa Township Baseball League, 1 ,000.00; Lake Villa V.F.W. , 785.00; Lake- 
McHenry Regional Program, 761.95; Lakeshore Curriculum Materials Company, 577.53; 
Larson Petersen Paint Co., 1,139.20; Lorson Equipment ft Furniture Co., 3,502. 28; Leach 
Enterprises, 3,361.33; Liberty Oil Company, Inc., 30,735.79; MacMIilan Publishing Co., 
10,874.67; Marshall Cavandish Corp., 829.80; Martin ft Kelly Service Inc., 568.60: 
Mathlos Tabar, 1,800.00; Maxlcare of Illinois Inc., 3,152.83; Media Materials, Inc., 
1,610.20; Minolta Business Systems, Inc., 1,363.05; Modern Curriculum Press, 2,327.79; 
Mornlngslde Bookshop, 520.00; National Fitness Campaign, 2,505.00; National 
Geographic Society, 1,070,73; National Guardian Alarm Service, 2,650.68; National 
School Board Assn., t, 367.45; NCR, 3,768.96; North Shore Gas, 11,027.85. 

Northern Illinois Gas, 26,078.27; Northern Weathermakers Inc., 25,117.00; Oce' 
Business Systems, Inc., 16,110.00; Open Court Publishing Co., 666.08; Palatine Park 
District, 539.00; Pennzoll Company, 726.00; Perfection Form Compony, 548.34; Permo- 
Bound/Hertzberg New Method, Inc., 1,742.48; Peter J. Palombi, 2,400.00; Pioneer 
Blacktop Inc.. 11,760.00; Polonfa Construction Company, 37,929.00; Prentlce-Holl Inc., 
1,074.37; Pyramid of Urbana, 1,445.44; Quill Corp., 1,063.50; Radio Shack, 533.73; Ran- 
dom House, Inc., 1.396.05; Reed Randle Ford, 2,238.32; Reliable Corp. 970.79; Republic 
Storage Systems Co., 8,957.90; Rich Stellskal Concrete Construction. 3,390.00; Ril- 
zenthaler Bus Lines, 1 ,685.51 ; Riverside Publishing Co., 6,596.00; Riverwood Conference 
Center, 628.38; Robert Brooke ft Associates, 1,841.73; Robert P. Loska ft Associates, 
1,920.00; Roselle Building Materials, 634.43; Rudy's Typewriter ft Office Machines, 
552.50; Ruth Brown, 583.20; Savin Corp., 5,175.48; Sax Arts ft Crafts, 1,000.68; Schelle 
Auto Parts, Inc., 963.88; Schmld's Draperies ft Shades, Inc., 546.73; Scholastic Inc., 
7,371.98; School Health Supply, 510.84; School Management Foundation of Illinois, 
555.00; Science Kit ft Boreal Lab, 588.51; Science Research Assoc, 887.53; Scott, 
Foresman ft Co., 1,119.07; Scribner Educational Publisher, 1,126.94; Sears Roebuck and 
Company, 2,633.52; Service Dynamics Inc., 3,109.03; Shea's Iron Works, 568,92; Sherwin 
Williams Company. 6.684.20; Shilfler Equipment Sales, Inc., 1 ,1 19.93. 

Silver Burdett, 25,725.76; Simplex Time Recorder Co., 627.00; Snowhite Textiles, Inc., 
2,754.40; Special Education Dist. of Lake County. 54,241.09; Storage Services, Inc., 
1 ,129.78; Story House Corporation, 988.52; Sunrise Office Supply, 1 ,589.02; Supervisor of 
Assessment, 1,848.44; Taylor Distributors Inc., 3,123.14; Teachers Retirement System, 
2.767.30; The Gilded Cage, 647.63; The Great Books Foundation, 3,610.50; Trlerwller 
Ins, Agency, Inc., 9,012.47; Troll Assoc, 7,188.84; True Value Hardware, 677.34; Trum- 
pet Club, 525.65; U.S. Stamped Envelope Agency, 1,574.70; United Consumers Club, 
629.00; United States Postal Service, 967.20; United Visual Aids, 922,36; Upholstery by 
John, 702,00; USI, Inc. "The Image Creators" 748.45; V.W. Construction Company, 
54,992.00; Videoconcepts, 3,947.43; Village of. Lake Villa, 4,105.39; Village of Lin- 
denhurst, 1.171.9T; VISA, 3.303.92; Vogue Printers, Inc. 797.40; Waukegan Blueprint ft 
Supply Co., 1,212.40; Weekly Reader Book Clubs, 782.70; Wenger Corporation, 1 ,186.00; 
Western Engine Co., 750.00; Western Lake Film Co-op, 2,088.60; Westminster Office 
Machines, 1,165.94; Wolohan Lumber Co., 2,100.91: World Almanac, 689.46; Xerox 
Education Publications, 1,206.90: Y.M.C.A., 3,210.00; Zaner-Bloser, 2,650.60. 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Petty Cosh 

TOTAL ASSETS 

Installment Loan Payable 

TOTAL LIABILITIES 

Reserved Fund Balance 

Unreserved Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



Educational 

2,852.546.10 

2,500.00 

2.855,046.10 

55,341.47 

55,341.47 

7.419.18 

2,792,285.45 

2,855,046.10 



Operations, 
Rldg. and 
Malntananca 

159,587.81 


Bond and 
Intarast 


Trans- 
portation 

178,342.71' 


Municipal 

Retirement 

39.528.60 


Working 

Cosh 

34,728.10 


159,587,81 
11,077.95 
11,077.95 


■ 


178,342.71 
66,764.56 
66,764.56 


39,528.60 


34,728.10 


148,509.86 
159.587.81 




111,578.15 
178,342.71 


39.528.60 
39.528.60 


34,728.10 
34,728.10 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS/REVENUES. DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS AND 
CHANGES IN FUNO BALANCES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE St, 1«M 



RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

Local Sources 

State Sources 

Federal Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Instruction » 

Supporting Services 

Nonprogrammed Charges 

Debt Services 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Excess of Receipts/Revenues and Transfers Over 

(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures and Transfers 
Fund Balance, July 1, 1985 
fund Balance, June 30, 1986 



1 ,649,954.00 

1,583,866.00 

75,091 .00 

3,308,911.00 

2,370.438.00 

789,019.00 

54,374.00 

1,313.00 

3,215,144.00 

93,767.00 
2,705,938.00 
2,799,705.00 



449,212.00 
261,140.00 

710,352.00 



794.992.00 

101.00 
795.093.00 

(84,741 .00} 
233,251.00 

148,510,00 



37,541.00 
37,541.00 



22,730.00 
76,809.00 
99.539.00 
(61.998.00) 
61 ,998.00 



135,536.00 
177,476.00 

313,012.00 



248,567.00 

600.00 

5.036.00 

254,203.00 

58,809.00 

52,769.00 

111,578.00 



76,280.00 



76,280.00 

26,423.00 
49.437.00 



75,860.00 

420.00 

39,109.00 

39.529.00 



-LEGAL- 
NOTICE OF SPECIAL 
MEETING AND AGENDA 
LEGAL NOTICE 
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING 

Notice is hereby given that the President and Board of 
Trustees of the Village of Round Lake Beach. Illinois, will 
hold a Special Meeting at the hour of 7:00 p.m. at the 
Council Chambers, 224 E. Clarendon Drive, Round lake 
Beach, Illinois for the purpose of adopting/approving 
necessary ordinances for the proposed Tax Increment 
Financing District in the village. Below Is an agenda for 
such meeting. 

VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE BEACH 
By: Becky L. Fox, Village Clerk 
AGENDA 
SPECIAL MEETING 
PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 
NOVEMBER 11, 1986 

1) Call to Order 

2) Roll Call 

3) Ordinance 86-1 1 -33-Municipal Use Tax 

4) Ordinance 86-1 1 -34-TIF Plan Approval 

5) Ordinance 86-1 1 • 35-TIF Allocation Financing 

6) Ordinance 86-11-36-lncremenlol Increase In Soles 
Taxes In TIF Area 

7) Audience Participation 

8) Adjournment , 

1 1868-1 61 -Rl 

November 13, 1986 



-LIGAl- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BU5INESS: 
European Art Imports 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 4481 
Country Trails, Gurnee, II. 
NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: Philip 
G. Nosh, 4461 Country 
Trails, Gurnee, IL 60031; 
Anthony F. Nash, Whit lan- 
ds Cottage, Rouidon, 
Lymeregls, Dorset, 
England. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Off LAKI. M 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 



business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
nome(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Philip G.Nash 
Anthony F. Nash 
October 21, 1986 , 
STATI OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Off LAKE. M 

The forego! rig in- 
strument was 
ock no wl edged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct the business 
this October 21, 1986, 
RECEIVED: October 21, 
1986 

Linda lanuil Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Sarah L. Ellis 

Deputy County Clerk 

1066E-107-GP 

October 30, 

November 6, ft 

November 13, 1986 



—LEGAL— 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: The 
"Country" Club 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
39 Burnett, Lake Villa, 111 
60462 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Janet Durnin, 39 Burnett 
Ave., Lake Villa, 111.60462 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

This is to certify that the' 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 



34.663.00 



34,663.00 



288.934.00 

288,934.00 

(254,271.00) 

288,999.00 

34,728.00 

11B6B-136LV 
November 13, 1986 



location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Janet Durnin 
October 13, 1986 
STATE Off ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, M 

The foregoing in- 
strument wos 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct the business 
this October 17, 1986. 

Peggy J. Ronsman 
Notary Public 
RECEIVED: October 27, 
1986 

Linda lanuzl Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

November 6, 

November 13, ft 

November 20, 1986 

1186A-129.LV 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Lets 
Ltd. 

ADDRESSES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
19825 West Grand Avenue, 
Lake Villa, Illinois 60046; 
c/o Financial Services, 2 
South York Road, Ben- 
senville, IL 60106. 
NAME{S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Florence A. Larsen Trust, 
Florence A. Larsen, 
Trustee, 19825 West Grand 
Avenue, Lake Villa, Illinois 
60046; Orville W. Larsen, 
Trust, Lucy May Erickson, 
Trustee, 3844 North 25th 
Avenue, Schiller Park, 
Illinois 60176; Arllne J. 
Thomas, 716 Parkside 
Lane, Bensenville, Illinois 
60106; Florence A. 
Sherman, 1204 Arghle. 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.ss 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
locatlon(s) Indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Florence A. Larsen 
Lucy May Erickson 
Arllne J.Thomas 
Florence A. Sherman 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this August 25. 1986. 
RECEIVED: October 17, 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Diana M. Boyer 

Notary Public 

1086E-104-LV 

October 30, 

November 6, ft 

November 13. 1986 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Big 
Six 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: P.O. Box 
372, Antioch, Illinois 
60002; 39386 N. Lake Avo 
Lake Villa, Illinois 60046. 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE .OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
Jeanette A. Kauth, 39386 
N. Lake Ave., Lake Villa. 
Illinois 60046. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, is 
This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
nome(s) of ther person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Jeanette A. Kauth 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

The foregoing in- 
strument wos 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this Novembers, 1986. 
RECEIVED: November 5. 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Renee Flood 

Deputy County Clerk 

U86B-140-AR 

November 13? 

November 20, ft 

November 27, 1986 

-LEGAL— 

Notice is hereby given 
that Mr. ft Mrs. Converse 
will sell contents of our 
garage belonging to 
Matthews on November B, 
1986. at 9:00 a.m. if back 
storage Is not paid and 
belongings are not * 
removed by that date, 

1186A-135-RL 

November 6, ft 

November 13, 1966 



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— LEGAL- 
VILLAGE OF LINDENHURST, tLLIHOIS SPECIAL 
ASSESSMENT DEPARTMENT DELINQUENT TAXIS 

STAH Of ILLINOIS, 
COUNTY OF LAKE, %% 

To the owner or owners of lands, lots and real property 
situated In the Village ol Llndonhurst, Lake County. 
Illinois, hereinafter listed and described: 

A Public Notice is hereby given that a return will be 
made to Jack L. Anderson, County Treasurer and ex- 
offlclo County Collector of Lako County. State of Illinois 
(the general officer of said county having authority to 
receive State and County taxes) of all unpaid Special 
Assessments or Installments thereof matured and 
payable or Interest thereon, or interest duo to January 2, 
1986, on Installments not yet matured on all warrants In 
the name of the undersigned Village Collector of the 
Village of Llndonhurst, a Municipal Corporation, upon the 
delinquent lands which the Special Assessments or in- 
stallments thereof or Interest thereon, remain unpaid 
togolhor with the name of owners where know, and the 
total amount due thereon and the year of years for which 
the same are due. 

Take notice further that said Jack L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and ex-offlcio Collector of Lake County, State 
of Illinois, (being the general officer of said County of 
Lake having the authority to receive State and County 
Taxes In the County In which said lands, towns lots and 
real property is located) will mako application to the 
County Court of the County of Lake and Slate of Illinois ot 
the December Term A.D. thereof to wit: 

The 25th day of November, 1986. for Judgment against 
the soid lands, town lots and real property for the amount 
of said Special Assessments, interest and cost due 
thereon ond for an order to sell lands, town lots and real 
property for the satisfaction thereof. 

Take notice further that said Jack L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and ex-officio County Collector for Lake Coun- 
ty. State of Illinois will on the 1st Day of December, 1986, 
(being Monday, fixed by Jock L. Anderson, County 
Treasurer and ex-officio County Collector and State of 
Illinois for said sale) offer ond expose to public sale at the 
Courthouse in the City of Waukogan, Lake County Illinois 
oil or such portion or portions of the property hereinafter 
described for the amount of Special Assessments and 
matured installments of Special Assessments, Interost 
and cost due thereon for which Judgmont shall be taken 
and remain unsatisfied, Said sale shall commence at nine 
o'clock A.M.. the 1st day of December. 1986. and will con- 
tinue from day to day until the same shall be made com- 
plete. Application for Judgment shall be made for the 
amount due for the year 1985 and prior against and for 
the sale of the premises hereinafter described as follows: 





. 


, 


F. Spohijo 




4 


W.Terry 




14 


BLOCK 




AMOUNT 
OF JUDGEMENT 


197 




$71.86 


198 




68.56 


198 




68.56 


199 




68.56 


200 




68.56 


203 




68.56 


203 


SPECIAL ASSESSMENT 
NO. 5 


68.56 


TO WHOM 




LOT 


ASSESSED ' 






VENETIAN VILLAGE 




UNIT 16 




9 


B. Marsh 




D. English 




18 
16 


C. Chrlstensen 




BLOCK 




AMOUNT 
OF JUDGEMENT 


151 




179.07 


154 




L 176.96 


155 


* 


236.60 




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Association, a corporation organized and existing under 
the laws of the United States of Amor ica. Plaintiff , 

vs. 
Virginia E.'Hogon, and Unknown Owners, Defendants.^ 
No. 86CH269 

Public notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a 
Judgment made ond ontoroa by said Court in the abovo 
entitled causo on October 1. 1986, 1 Robert Bobcox, 
Sheriff of Lako County, Illinois, will, on Monday, 
December 1st. 1986. at the hour of 9:00 A.M. In Room C- 
105 of the lake County Courthouse. 18 N. County 51., 
Waukogan, Illinois, sell at public venduo to the hlghost 
and best bidder for cash, the following described 
premises and real estate, in said Judgment mentioned, 
situated In the County of Loko ond State of Illinois, or so 
much thereof as shall bo sufficient to satisfy said 
Judgment, to-wit: 

lots 25 and 26 in Block 3 in Original Subdivision of 
Lako Bluff, in ihe North fractional half of Section 21, 
Township 44 North, Rongo 12, East ol the Third 
Principal Meridian, according to Ihe Plat thcroof 
recorded March 15, 1877 in Book "A" of Plots, poge 95 
in Lako County, Illinois, commonly known os 206 East 
Prospect Avenue, lake Bluff. Illinois. 
Dalod, Waukogan, Illinois. October 30th. 1986. 
Robert Bobcox. Sheriff of Lake County, Illinois. 
Walsh. Cose. Coalo & Brown. Attorneys lor Plaintiff. 2500 
Prudential Plaza. Chicago. Illinois 60601: Tel. No. 938- 
3824. 

November 6, 

November 13, & 

November 20, 1986 

1I86A-I26-GL 



TO WHOM 
ASSESSED 
SEVEN HILLS 
UNIT 26 
E. Gutke 
L. Trezise 
R. Lehn 
K. Collis 

SEVEN HILLS 
UNIT 27 
J. Detand 



SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NO. 4 



LOT 



14 
4 

35 
9 



37 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTV OF LAKE, u 

I. Joan C. Malsch, do hereby certify that I am duly ap- 
pointed ond qualifed Village Collector of the Village of 
Llndonhurst, and as such the keeper of the records of said 
office and that the foregoing is a true and accurate list of 
the delinquent lands, town lots, and real property upon 
which the Special Assessments or installments thereof or 
interest thereon remain unpaid, the name of the owners 
if known. Ihe total amount duo thereon the yoar or years 
for which Ihe same ore due os it appears from the books 
and records in my possession ond custody. 
Doted at Llndonhurst, Illinois this 30th day of October, of 
1986. 

JoanC. Malsch 
Village Collector 
Village of lindenhurst 



186A-133-LV 
Novombor 16, 1986 

—LEGAL- 
SHERIFF'S SALE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

COUNTY OF COOK, » 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 

Greaiamerican Federal Savings and Loon Association, 
formerly known as Oak Paik Federal Savings and loan 



— LEGAL- 
ASSUMED IUSINESS . 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: D and 
G Limousine Service 
AODRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
208 E. Willow Dr., Round 
Lake Park, II. 60073. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Donald L. Wesoloskl, 208 
E. Willow Dr., Round Lake 
Pork. II 60073: George H. 
Furbur. 195 E. lake St.. 
Elmhurst.IL 60126. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, ti 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned tntend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business 1 from the 
location(s). Indicated and 
that the true or real full 



namo(s) ot the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Donald L. Wesoloski 
George H. Furbur y 
STATE Of ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, «• 

The forogolng in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct tho business 
this October 15. 1986. 
RECEIVED: October 22. 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Hannelore Beynum 

Notory 

1087E-113-AR 

October 30, 

November 6, 

Novombor 13, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR PUBLICATION 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE M. 19M 
EMMONS SCHOOL DIST. No. 33 
2422k W. BEACH GROVE ROAD 
ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS MM! 



GENERAL 

Size of District in Square Miles, 4.25; Number of Attendance Centers. 1; Number of 
Certificated Employees: Full-time, 13; Part-Time. 2: Number of Non-Certificated Em- 
ployees, Full-Time. 3; Part-Time. 2; Average Daily Attendance, 171.48: Number Of 
Pupils Enrolled Per Grade: Kindergarten. 20: first. 19; second. 20; ih'trd. 17; fourth. 20; 
fifth, 19; sixlh, 21; seventh. 23; eighth, 22; special, 9; total elementary. 190; Total in 
District 190. Tax Rate By Fund (in%): Educational. 1.64%; Operations. Bldg. and Main- 
tenance, .25%; Working Cash. .05%; Municipal Retirement. .04%; Fire Prevention and 
Safety, .05%; Tort Immunity. .03%; District Assessed Valuation, $18,585,772.00; 
Assessed Valuation Per A.D. A. Pupil, $108,384.49. 

ASSETS: Value of Capital Assets: land. $30,420.03, Evoy. Kamschulte and Jacobs Co.; 
Buildings, $355,629.22; Equipment, 93,907.50. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL 

Lots than tlO.OM: Patricia Bolting, Kotherine M. Lyman, Roberta L, Scott, Kristine 
Gore. Trudy Petty. Cynthia M. Vandrush. S10.ttO-lH.994: Deborah Beno, Mary E. Clark, 
June M. Kelley. John O. Benson, Carole J. Delany, Heidi A. Wennstrom. MT.ttO- 
*2«,999: Joanne Fleshman. Beverly R. Kramer. Valerie Hansen. $13,M0 and Over. Jill 
R. Bollock, Kathryn Urzedowski. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR NON-CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL 

Lots than HO.Oot: Phylis Kovach, Richard Moeller, Elvira Poli, Diana Rudis. Andrew 
N. Snyder, Susan Stella, Joan Wennstrom, Craig Leeper, Elgene L. Pauly. Rosemary 
Riedlinger, Edison Sankey, Kathy Springer, Aniola T. Weeks. S10,ttO-tH.999: Carlos G. 
Leonard, Maureen T. Soltis. 



INDIVIDUAL FUND BALANCE SHEETS JUNE 10. 19t4 



ASSETS 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash 

Imprest Funds 

TOTAL ASSETS 

Reserved Fund Balance 

Unreserved Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS/REVENUES, DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS AND 
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES FOB THE YEAR ENDED JUNE M, 1tS4 



RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

Locol Sources 

State Sources 

Federal Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSERS 

DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Instruction 

Supporting Services 

Nonprogrammed Charges 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Excess of Receipts/Revenues and Transfers Over 

(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures and Transfers 
Fund Balances, July 1 . 1985 
Fund Balance, June 30. 1 986 



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS 

Diono Bourn. Pat Hunsberger, Rita Nioman, Jean Soby, Marjorie Holbo, Patricia 
Kenyon, Sallie Pittmon. 

PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORATION 
IN THE AGGREGATE PAID ISM OR MORI 

ATST Information Systoms. 789.35; American Variable Life Ins. Co.. 5,000; Antioch 
Builders ond Construction Co.. 925; Antioch C.C. School Dist. 34, 5.687; Antioch Comm. 
High School. 8.182.79; Brydges. Risoborough. Morris. Fronke. 1,605; C.C. Services, Inc.- 
Brokerage Division, 1,119; Carl Fischer of Chicago. 508.50; Chicago PoperCo.. 1.055.90; 
Colony House, 642.60; Commonwealth Edison Co., 8.188.87; Country Mutual Insurance 
Co.. 7,040.04; David A. Noyes Ins. Co., 3.200; Delta Plans of Illinois. 3,626.32; Deluxe 
Computer Forms, 601.75; Diemer Plumbing & Heating Co., 3,530.47: Director of Labor. 
3.097.53; Emmons Impress Fund, 3,949.61; Evoy, Kamschulte, Jacobs, & Co., 1,925; 
Follett Library Book Co.. 595.35; Grosslake School, 5.911.30; H.O.D. Disposal Inc.. 
1.078.50; Hoffman Maintenance ft Supply Co.. Inc., 967.05; Horace Mann, 14,259.05; III. 
Dopt. of Revenue. 6,324.04; III. Municipal Ret. FD./FlCA, 7,324.98; III. Municipal 
Retirement Fund, 4,465.27; Illinois Association of School Boards. 2,148; Illinois Bell 
Telephono Co.. 2.698.72; Jill R. Bollock. 1.609.95; Kenneth Wierschem. 1,200.00; Loke 
Area Electric Co., 718.90; loke County Federation of Teachers, 2,450.77; Lake Villa 
School District No. 41. 3,684.80; Marlondole Farms, Inc., 2,901.86; Nappe Music House 
656.90; Northern Illinois Gas, 8.595.60; Pedersen GMC. 1,278; Perma-Bound/Herfzberg 
New Method, Inc., 814.42; Rem Con LTD., 1.103.96; Richard Irmen Painting Service. 532; 
Ritzenthaler Bus Lines. 1,936.43; Robblns. Schwarlz, Nicholas. Lifton ft Asset., 2.040- 
Savin Corp. 632.56; Scholastic Inc., 653.75; School Management Foundation of Illinois. 
1.400; Society for Visuot Education, 525.53; Special Education Dist. of loke County, 
18,950.21; State Bank of Antioch. 36,907. 67; Steve Gust. 1.100; Teachers Retirement 
System, 24,391 .84; Valley School & Office Suppliers, Inc., 5.064.68; Wayne Soder, 920. 





Operation!, 










■Idg. and 


Trans- 


Municipal 


Working 


Educational 


Malntananca 


portation 


Retirement 


Cash 


350,919 


128,864 


86,536 


3.061 


134,754 


942 










351.861 


128,864 


86,536 


3,061 


134,754 


9,580 


41 ,705 








342,281 


87.159 


86.536 


3.061 


134,754 


351,861 


128,864 


86.536 


3.061 


134,754 



330,562 

42,932 

3,472 

376,966 


75,762 
75,762 


10,931 
8,530 


4,219 


16,907 


275,945 

101,838 

22,288 

400,071 


78,517 
78,517 


19.461 

28,009 
28,009 


4,219 

6.400 
6,400 


16,907 


(23,105) 
374,966 
351,861 


(2.755) 
131,619 
128,864 


(8,548) 
95,084 
86.536 


(2,181) 
5.242 
3,061 


16,907 
117,847 
134.754 


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U86A-130-AR 
November 13, 1986 



-LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Pampered Pooch Parlour. 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS. IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1136 27th Street, Zion. 1L 
60099. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Robert Wingard, 41648 N. 
Park Ave., Zion, II, and 
Marilyn Wingard. 41648 N. 
Park Ave.. Zion, II. 60099. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, n 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned intond(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
tocation(s) indicated and 
that the true or real 
business ore correct as 
shown. 

Robert Wingard 
Marilyn Wingard 
October 10, 1986 

I0B6E-106-GL 

October 30. 

Novombor 6, ft 

November 13, 1986 



—LEGAL— 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAM! CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Shear 
Elegance 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
23375 Grass loke Rd., 
Antioch, 111. 60002 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Sharon Mayer, 39517 N. 
Channel View Dr., An- 
tioch. III. 60002. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, M 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 

that the true or real full 
namo(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct os shown. 
Sharon A. Mayer 
October 17. 1986 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, t» 

The foregoing In- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
lo conduct the business 
this 17th day, October. 
1986. 

RECEIVED: October 21. 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Chris E. Russo 

Notory Public 

I086E-105-AR 

October 30. 

November 6, ft 

November 13. 1986 



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-UOAL— 

ANNUAL NNANCIAL IT ATI MINT f Ot PUBLICATION 

PCM TNI FISCAL Yf A t INDtO JUNI Je, 19M 

Ot AM LAKI ICHOOL OUT. 3* 

HW W. Ot AM LAKI RD. 

ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 6*4*1 

OINIRAL 

Six* of District In Square Miles, 5,2; Number of Attendance Centers, 1 ; Number of Cer- 
tificated Employees: Full -Time, 14; Part-Time, 5; Number ol Non-Certificated Em- 
ployees: Full-Time, 7; Part-Time, 5; Average Dally Attendance, 232.26; Number of Pupils 
Enrolled Per Grade: Kindergarten, 28; first, 24; second, 27; third, 26; fourth, 29; fifth, 23; 
sixth, 32; seventh, 25; eighth, 40; special, 7; Total Elementory, 263; Total In District, 263. 
Tax Rate By Fund (ln%): Educational, 68.01%; Operations, Bldg. and Maintenance, 
11.41%; Working Cash, 2.26%; Tronsporatlon, 5.48%; Fire Prevention and Safety, 
6.21%; Tort Immunity, 5.70%; Special Educotlon, .91%; District Assessed Valuation, 
$20,097,028; Assessed Valuation Per A.D.A. Pupil, $86,528.15; Total Bonded In- 
debtedness June 30, 1986, $51,720; Percent of Bonding Power Obligated Currently, 

ASSETS: Value of Capitol Assets: Land, $77,785; Buildings, $808,942; Equipment, 
$211,571. 

OROH PAYMENT FOR CERTIFICATED PEtSONNIL 

Lew Then Mff.Mt: C. Aschbacker. llt\MM.»U,***: S. Neubauer, N. Rubash, C. Van- 
drush. •1T,itt-*M,fff: C. Adams, S. Bartlett, S, Boesdorfer, J. Clark, B. Coia, 
L.Crawford, V. Glessner, R. Hogan, J. Larson, B. Lynch, T. Mlchalek, M. Olson, J. Salt- 
man, A. Smo|kal. HS,t#t end Over: R. Uss. 

OROSS P AY MINT rot MON.CIRTIPICATID (*f MONNIL 

Lees Then SIMM: P. Buffenbarger. S. Gllday, W. Nauman, H. Olechny, C. Prlller, D. 
Smerx, C. Trleger. Slt.tft-tH.fff: S. Anderson, G. Mllowskt, C. Perry, M7,tet- 
114, Vtf: B. Keefer. •H.tetend Over: P. Harris. 

PERSONS, FIRM!, OR CORPORATION 
IN TNI AOORIOATI RAID SStt OR MORI 

ABB Printing Service, Inc., 769.05; Ace Hardware. 793.36; Adam ft Co., 2,000; Althoff 
Industries, 3,093.80; Apple Computer, Inc., 1,972.60; ATftT Information Systems, 906.55; 
Blick, Dick, 1,401.11; Burlington Wholesale Foods, Inc., 950.77; Camp Ravenswood, 
1,000.00; Carey and Gelden Electric, Inc., 719.85; Chicago Paper Co., 964.50; Com- 
monwealth Edison, 13,072.17; Country Companies Co., 8,656.15; Diamond Chemical Co., 
2,149.97; Dunlap and Brown, Ltd., 765.00; Foltett Library Book Co., 1 ,785.24; Harper and 
Row Publishers, Inc., 520.79; Harrls/Lanter Business Products, Inc., 4,073.77; H.O.D. 
Disposal Inc., 1,212.00; Houghton Mifflin Co., 2,149.04; Hydra Master, 595.00; Illinois 
Association of School Boards. 611.00; Illinois Bell, 2,614.74; Industrial Towel, Inc., 
585.28; Kappus Bread Co., 578.54; Lake Villa C.C. Dist. 41, 5,589.66; Macmillan Inc., 
622.08; Marlondale Farms, 4.563.82; Midwest Scenic Co.. Ltd., 825.00; Midwest Visual, 
554.69; Modern Curriculum Press, Inc., 652.15; National Guardian Alarm Service, 
1,044.32; Northern Illinois Gas, 9,238.65; Rallton Co., 1,288.62; Ritzenthaler Bus Lines, 
6,215.65; Special Education Dlst. of Lake Co., 28,555.41; Suiter ft Sutter Architects, Ltd., 
500.00; United Visual Aids, Inc.. 1,116.10; Valley School Suppliers, 686.50; Wharton 
Blacktop Paving, Inc., 1,350.00. 



INDIVIDUAL FUND RALANCI SHUTS JUNI SB, Iffte 



-LEGAL- 
NOTICI TO CONTRACTORS 

For Work to be constructed under the Illinois Highway 
Code 

1. Time end Piece of Opening Bids: Sealed proposals 
for the improvement described below will be received by 
the Round Lake Sanitary District, P.O. Box 175, Round 
Lake, Illinois 60073 at the offices of the Engineer. Bleck ■ 
Engineering Co. Inc., 1375 North Western Avenue, Lake 
Forest, Illinois 60045, until 10:00 o'clock, A.M., C.S.T., 
Thursday, November 20, 1986 and at that time publicly 
opened and read. 

2. Description of the Work: (a) The proposed im- 
provement Is officiu'"'/ known as 'Treatment Plant 
Demolition-Phase II" and is located in the Village of 
Round Lake, Lake County, Illinois 

(b) The proposed improvement consists of plugging the 
24" dio. sewer In the influent structure; plugging lines, 
tearing down the waits and filling the Comminutor Pit; 
Raising the Building, plugging (he pipes and filling-in the 
flow equalizer structure; Piping thru the north chomber of 
Chlorine contact tank and filling the structure; Pumping 
out the Control Building, removing equipment, sealing 
the piping and plumbing, disconnecting and removing 
electrical equipment, raising the superstructure and 
filling the substructure; Removing sludge, removing the 
digester cover, removing the piping, breaking-in the 
waits and filling of the Secondary Sludge Digester and 
Building; Removal and disposal of the Waste Gas Burner; 
Constructing a concrete slob cover over the outfall 
chamber together with a manhole frame and lid and 
ladder Irons, backfill and grade; removal of equipment, 
stone filter materials, breaking-in walls and placing 
cover materials over two Trickling Filters; Filling the alum 
storage tank; disconnecting potable water lines; and 
installing new electrical facilities. 

3. Instruction to Ridden: (a) Plans and proposal 
forms may be obtained from the Districts' Engineer, Bleck 
Engineering Co. Inc. 1375 North Western Avenue, Lake 
Forest. Illinois 60045. 

(b) All proposols must be accompanied by a proposal 
guaranty as provided in Article 102.09 of the "Standard 
Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction," 
prepared by the Deparmtne of Transporation, 
4. Refection of Bldi: The awarding authority reserves 
the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or oil 
proposals as provided in Article 102.08 of the "Standard 
Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction," . 
prepared by the Deportment of Transportation. By order of 

ROUND LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT 

Al Valentine, Manager 

October 25, 1986 

U 868-1 59-RL 

November 13, 1986 



assits 

current assets 

Cosh 

Petty Cosh 
Imprest Funds 
Investments 
TOTAL ASSETS 
Neg. Cash Bol. 
TOTAL LIABILITIES 
Reserved Fund Balance 
jfi . Unreserved Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



STATIMBNT Of RICIIFTS/RIVINUIS. DISHURUMINTS/IXRINDITURIS. TRANSFIRS AND 
CH ANOIS IN FUND RALANCIS FOR TNI VI AR IMDtD JUNI St, ItSe 



RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

Local Sources 

State Sources 

Federal Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Instruction 

Supporting Services 

Nonprogrammed Charges 

Debt Services 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Excess of Receipts/Revenues and Transfers Over 

(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures and Transfers 
Fund Balances, July 1 , 1985 
Fund Balance, June 30, 1986 





Ope* ellotts. 










Rid*. «n4 


Pond end 


Trans- 


Municipal 


rtlonel 


Melntenence 


Interest 


portation 


Retirement 


4,266 




117 


„ 


86 


50 










978 










139,755 


103,264 


46,599 


78,726 


84,728 


145,049 


103,264 
649 


46,716 


78,726 
480 


84,814 


649 






480 




38,814 
106.235 
145,049 


17,358 
85,057 

103.264 


46,716 
46,716 


17,738 
60,508 
78,726 


84,814 
84,814 



Site end ^ _-, 
st ruction Wor pi"g 



206 



28,460 
28,666 



28,738 

(72) 

28.666 



32 



9.537 
9,569 



9,569 



361,958 

139.549 

17,890 

519,397 


63,877 
. 63,877 


31,640 
31,640 


31,619 

18,736 

50,355 


7,006 
.. 7,006 


■ 2,002 
2,002 


9,569 
9,569 


344,242 

169,687 

31,165 


49,231 

7.043 




35.470 


4,102 
13,738 


10 




545,094 

(25,697) 
170,746 
145.049 


56,274 

7,603 

94,812 

102,415 


29,407 
29,407 
2.233 
44,483 
46,716 


5,119 

40,589 

9.766 

68.480 

78,246 


17.840 

(10.834) 

95.648 

84,814 


10 

2,012 
26,654 
28,666 


9,569 
9,569 












U86B-160-AR 
November 13, 1986 



— LEGAL— 

ORDINANCt NO. IS 02* 

AN ORDINANCI AMINDINO ORDINANCE NO. 7M 1 PIRTAINING TO TNI 

ISTARLISHMINT OF BASIC CHARGES FOR THE MAKING OF CONNECTIONS WITH 

THE MUNICIPAL WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE SYSTEM, PARAGRAPH S, ARTICLI 

1 OF CHAPTER It AND PARAGRAPH 2 OF ARTICLI II OP CHAPTER 20 OF THE 
GRAYSLAKI MUNICIPAL COD! 

RE IT ORDAINED RT THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OP TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE 
OF GRAYSLAKI, LAKI COUNTY. ILLINOIS: 

SECTION 1. FINDING OF FACTS. Pursuonl to Recommendation by the Finance Com- 
mittee, the Presidont and Board of Trustees of ihe Village of Grayslake. Lake County, 
Illinois have determined that in order to promote the health, safety and welfare of the 
citizenry served by the Village, Ordinance No. 78-0-1, as amended, should be further 
amended as hereinafter provided. 

SECTION 2. AMENDMENTS TO ORDINANCE NO. 78-0-1 . Ordinance No. 78-0-1 , Section 
1 , Paragraph 5, is hereby further omended as follows: 

a. By the amendment of the second paragraph of said paragraph 5 to modify the table 
set forth therein as follows: „ , .„ 

Water Service .■■ Basic Water 

Size (in Inches) Connection Chorge 

i $600.00 

iV; l.ooo.oo 

2 1,750.00 

3 2,500.00 

4 3,500.00 
6 5,500.00 

e 8.000.00 

OverS 8,000.00 PLUS 

$2,500 per inch In 
excess of 8 Inches 



b. By amending Ihe separate paragraph at the end of Paragraph 5 previously added 
by Ordinance 86-0-4 as follows: ... j 

"Owner and or Contractor shall pay at Ihe lime of approval of each lot s tap-on, an ad- 
ditional fee as specified in Table below for the Equalization Contribution in addition to 
the Village's applicable water top-on fee for the recovery of capital costs by the Village 



for the construction of additional water storage facilities and waterwork improvements. 
This additional fee shall apply to all undeveloped lands within the Village." 
Water Service Equalization 

Size (In Inches) ' Contribution 

1 $500.00 

1 */, • 900.00 

2 1 ,200.00 

3 1,400.00 

4 1 ,700.00 
6 2,200.00 
OverS 2,200.00 

SECTION 3. AMENDMENT OF PARAGRAPH 2 OF ARTICLE II OF CHAPTER 20. 

2. SERVICE CONNECTIONS, INSPECTIONS, BASIC CHARGES, RECAPTURE COSTS, ETC. 

(1) For each residential unit for which there is an individual sanitary sewer service, a 
basic charge of $600.00 per unit. 

(2) For each residential unit for which there are multiple units within a structure ser- 
ved by a single sewer service, a basic charge of $300.00 per unit. 

(3) For each commercial or industrial unit a basic charge of S600.00 per unit plus 
$100.00 per each 250 gallons per day of water usage. 

SECTION 4. REPEAL. All ports of ordinances, resolutions and other action heretofore 
taken that are inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such in- 
consistency ond to such extent only. 

SECTION 5. NUMBER OF ORDINANCt. This ordinance shall be known as Ordinance 
No. 86-0-26. 

SECTION 6. DATE WHEN EFFECTIVE. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect 
from and after December 1, 1986 and publication as required by law. 

The foregoing ordinance was adopted by a vote as follows: 
AYES: 4, Christian, Behm, Harris, Schroeder. 
NAYS: \ 

ABSENT AND NOT VOTING: Lucas, Smith, Harnagel. 
APPROVED: E. Schroeder, President 
PASSED: Novembers, 1986 
APPROVED: Novembers, 1986 
ATTEST; Adeli Laurin, Village Clerk 

11B6B-155-GL 
November IS, 1986 



-UOAL- 

NOTICf 

Sealed bids ore being 
requested by Ihe Board of 
Commissioners of the 
Round Lake Area Pork 
District for an electronic 
key telephone > system to 
be Installed and operated 
at our new recreation 
center being built at Hart 
Road and Route 134 in 
Round Lake. 

The Request for 
Proposal and 

specifications may be 
picked up at the office of 
the Park District, 916 W. 
Rollins Road. Round Lake 
Heights, Illinois 60073 
between 8:30 a.m. -5 p.m., 
Monday through Fridoy, 
beginning Monday, 
November 17, 1986. The 
last day bids will be ac- 
cepted is Thursday, 
December 4, 1986. Bids 
will be opened ot 1 p.m. at 
the Park District office on 
December 4, 1986. The 
Park District reserves the 
right to accept or reject 
proposals In whole or in 
part and to negotiate the 
terms of any proposal 
submitted by 1 p.m., 
Thursday, December 4, 
1986. 

Copies of the RFP and 

specifications may be 

obtained from the District 

upon a non-refundable 

deposit of $5 for each set. 

Robert Rolek, 

Director 

Round Lake Area 

Park District 

916 W. Rollins Rood 

Round Lake 

Heights, 1160073 

1186B-162-RL 

November 13, 1986 



— LEGAL- 
ASSUMID BUSINESS 
NAMICtRTIFICATI 

NAME OF BUSINESS: The 
Sound System 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 16240 W. 
Plaza Lane, Wadsworth, IL 
60083 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
Steven M. Ryckmon. P.O. 
Box 136, Wadsworth, IL 
60083; Jerry Kitterman, 
Jr., 36473 Edgewood, Gur- 
nee.IL 60031 
STATB OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, u 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above nomed 
business from the 
locotion(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Steven M. Ryckman 
Jerry Kitterman, Jr. 
November 10, 1986 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OP LAKE, ss 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this 10th day of Nov., 1986. 
RECEIVED: November 10. 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
take County Clerk 

Evelyn Leckie 

Notary Public 

1186B-163-WN 

November 13. 

November 20. & 

November 27, 1986 



—LEGAL— 

, NOTICE 

The Village of Round 
Lake Heights is taking bids 
for the sale of a 1984 
Dodge 4 door squad. May 
be viewed at the Village 
maintenance garage. 

Village Reserves ■ the 
right to reject any or alt 
bids. Bids opened 
November 29, 1986 7:00 
p.m. 

Submit bids to: Round 
Lake Heights Clerk/Bid 629 
Pontiac Court, Round Lake 
Heights. II. 60073. 

Joan Hendricks 
• Village Clerk 

H86B-158-RL 
November 13, 1986 



Thursday, November 13. 1986 



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—LEGAL— 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMINT 9 OR PUBLICATION 

FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE It, 1904 

GURNIE DIST. 3» 

GENERAL 



-LEOAL- 
RSPOftT OF CONDITION 

Consolidating domestic and foreign subsidiaries of the 
Wauconda National Bank and Trust Companyof Waucon- 
da In the state of Illinois, at the close of business on Sep* 
tember 30, 1986 published in response to call made by 



Size of District in Square Miles. 13.75: Number of Attendance Centers, 3; Number of Comptroller of ihe ^^£^Wj^'™^™% 
.rtificoted Employees: Full-Time, 84; Part-time. 41; Number of Non-Corlillcated Em- Code, Section .16 1 . Cha tor Number 14605 Comptroller of 



Certi... 

ployees: Full-Time. 21, Port-Time. 55: Average Dolly Attendance. 1.164.98: Number of 

Pupils Enrolled Per Grade, Kindergarten, 158: first, 143; socond, 160, third. 138. fourth; 

129; fifth, 127; sixth, 143, seventh, 147; eighth, 152; special 51; Totol in District. 1,348. 

Tax Rate by Fund (In%): Educational, 1.430%; Operations. Bldg. ond Maintenance, 

.250%; Bond and Interest, .199%; Working Cosh, .050%: Transportation, .120%; 

Municipal Retirement, .043%; Fire Prevention and Safety. .050%: Tort Immunity, .036%; 

Special Education Building. .020%. Dislrict Assessed Valuation: S140.414.646; Assessed 

Valuation Per A.D.A. Pupil. $120,529; Total Bonded Indebtedness June 30, 1986. 

$2,200,000. Percent of Bonding Power Obligated Currently. 22,7%; Value of Copitol 

Assets: Land. $128,483; Buildings, $5,088,163; Equipment. $712. 639; Basis of Valualion 

Used: Cost. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL 
Lots Than 110,000: R. Abney. G. Alloian, D. Boumann. T. Beckwith. J. Blockingor, D. 

Boston, P. Bouas. R. Bradley. M. Busa, E. Codwallader. P. Christakis, J. Cohen, P. Cook. 

V. Daniels. M. Diiurdxik. A. Edwards, L. Egli, G. Evans, B. Ewert. J. Gilroy. L. Gross. V. 

Hansford, D. Holhut, J. Hrymak, K. Kleisner. S. Koffol, D. Koopmon. P. Lauroitis, J. 

Leslie. L. Lindbloom. T, Loest. N. Long, N. Mikkita. R. Moore, M. Paiser, J. Ralhunde, R. 

Reich, E. Rompelta. K. Souer. R. Shea. E. Sheen. L. Smith, D. Tomei.S. Welker, J. Will, C. 

Zenz, R. Zwier-Swanson. 

(10,000 to 110,999: C. Bestler. R. Coflman, B. Dunakin. C. Floetor. K. Gencev, D. 

Lenzi, J. Menges, L. Sowa, T. Svec. 117,000 to 124,9*9: E. Andrekus, M. Arthur. M. 

Bandmon. N. Boston, S. Burrows, C. Centella. B. Connell, J. DeYoung. P. Dudley, L. 

Esser. J. Ewing-Belletire. D, Force. D. Gaa. A. Gordon. J . Hirsh. J. Howarth, N. Howe. L. 

Keppner. E. Kiser, H. McCormick, J. Meuth, B. Modica, S. Novak, L. Noiime, M. 

Obenoul, M. Pent. J. Pergander, E. Pelersen, S. Prochnow, N. Romani, K. Romberg, C. 

Sheahan, J. Smith, J. Stone, J. Sundin. C. Thompson. J. Tralford, G. Vaslljevic, C. Wills, 

J. Worth, S. Zclenko. 

125,000 and Over: O. Baker. E. Bartelt. P. Bounds, J. Bowie, E. Davila, V. Evenstad, 

M. Gilroy. P. Hanson. A. Jolly. K. Kettmon. K.Kovocek, M. Kristan. J. Lienhardt, C. 

McConnell. J. McConnell, J. Neal. F. Nielsen, D. Palinca, D. Parrish. V. Rocheleau.D. 

Schultzo. M. Scuccimori. A. Stohl. E. Tabor. M. Walters. D. Williams. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR NON-CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL 
Less Than 110,000: L. Ansetm. I. Belec. S. Belec. C. Brandt. M. Busa, S. Carrier. D. 

Christian, P. Chumbley, J. Costa, V. Cervier. C. Dohm, V. Derderion, C, Dluhos, E. 

Dofelmire, J. Drapalik. 5. Drummond, L. Egli. P. Fendick. J, Fischer. K. Friedman. S. 

Gandhi. K. Gray, A. Harding, A. Ignarski, C, Keulen. Jr., L. Kristan, G. Laurel, M. Little, 

R. Loest, M. Moddox, M. Mauer, L. May. C. Mozur, B. McCann, S. McKay, M, Miltimore, 

C. Morris, M. Mutchek, D. Nichols. S. Niemi, P. Paiser, C. Paulson, B. Potrovic, W. 

Pincombe. I. Ryan, S. Schmidt, I. Smith, J. Smith, V. Smith, S. Sorensen. C. Teigland, M. 

Thompson, N. Tochor. M. Vehrs, G. Wicks, C. Wilcox, L. Williams. D. Witikko, C. Zenz. 

110.000-S1 0,099: D. Counts. J. DeFilippo, V. Elsbury. K. James, K. Kaspar, R. Lencioni. L. 

Miltimore. D. Moriarty. B. Mortensen, J. Pursed. H7,O00-S24,ft t >: I. Gonzalez. Jr.. D. 

Little. M. Nichols. E. Pack, C. Williams, R. Yost. $25,000 and Over: J. Painter. 

PERSONS, FIRMS, OR CORPORATION 
IN THE AGGREGATE PAID S500 OR MORE 
Action Athletic Equipment, 1,111: Airwick Professional Products of Chicago, Inc., 

564.63; American Academic Suppliers, 20,267.26; American Association of School 

Administrators. 563.50: American Lock Co., 1,080; Apple Computer, Inc., 1,504.87; 

Arotex 8 Means Services. Inc., 3.999.42; Ardlur-Audio-Visual Service. Inc., 1,205.64; 

AT&T Information System Group, 1,301.04; Baker & Taylor, 11,501.07; Barn Loft East 

Travel. 680.50: Beckley-Cardy Co.. 1.606.52; Blue Bird Coach Sales. 577.87; Blue 

Cross/Blue Shield, li. 026.26; Burris Equipment Co., 721; Milburn Coin & Co., 2,280; 

Charles E. Merril Publishing Co.. 1,192.62; Chase Manhattan Service Corp., 1,609.15; 
Chem-Rile Products Co.. 5,494.75; Childrens Press, 859.54; Columbia Pipe S Supply Co., 
570.93; Commonwealth Edison, 61,762.51; Country Mutual, 55,566.50; Creative 
Programming. Inc., 773.17; Edward Davila. 1,000; Demco, 660.76; Diamond Chemical 
Co., Inc., 825.84; Director ol Emplo/ment Security. 5.547.82; District 56 Medical Reserve 
Fund, 3,977.56; Ebsco Subscription Services, 1,300.49; Equitable Life Assurance of the 
United Slates. 1,948.32: Ferguson's of Libertyville. Inc.. 649.90; Fitness Wear, 2,052; 
Follett Library Book Co., 1,274.77; Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Co., 3,993; Franklin 
Watts, Inc., 674.33; GAA Oil Co.. INC.. 930.46: Genesse Theatre Student Matinee, 
778.00; Ginn & Co., 1,561.63: Grolier Educational Corp., 989.50; Gurnee National Bank, 
102,639.55: Gurnee Park District. 1.000: Gurnee True Value Hardware. 2.498.90; Handy 
Andy Home Improvement Center, 579.03; Paul Hanson, 1,065.36; Horcourt Brace 
Jovanovich. Inc., 15.401.63; Hedlin's Dairy, 22,690.16; The Htghsmith Co., Inc., 1,943.54; 
John L. Hofstra, M.D..S.C, 600; Houghton Mifflin Co., 14.118.01; H.P. Koppleman. Inc., 
570.99: Illinois Association of School Administrators. 720.85; Illinois Association of 
School Boards. 1596; Illinois Bell, 10.116.12; Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, 
67.435.23; Illinois Principals Assocotion. 1.038; Industrial Towel and Uniform. 1 .250.10: 
Internal Revenue Service, 597.30; Jenkins & Boiler Co.. Inc.. 1,990,945; Jensen Disposal 
Service. 3,288: Karnes Music Co., 1 ,274.39: Kalhy Kovacek, 500; Kranz, Inc.. 998.49; Lake 
County Career Guidance Consortium. 1.125; Lake County Office Equipment. 1,012.20; 
Laminex, Inc.. 716.72; LaSalle National Bank, 332.208.58; J.S. Latta Co., 1 1 .375.64; Legat 
Architects, 26,854.85; James Lienhardt, 666.04; Midwest Transit Equipment, 43.782.76; 
Linda Miltimore. 730.26; Modern Curriculum Press. Inc.. 1,638.11; National School Towel 
Service. Inc., 2,164.40; Fred Nielsen, 623,05: North Shore Gas Co., 49,692.85; North 
Shore Sanitary District, 2.539.86; Office Furniture Warehouse. 4,213; Olson Oil Co., Inc.. 
30,958.15; Otto Frankenbush, Inc., 2,676.87; Dovid Parrish, 2.257.14; PermaBound, 
$570.50; Place Motor Supply, 735,83; Postmaster. Gurnee. Illinois, 2,668.99; The P- 
sychologicol Corp.. 1,982.93; Radio Shack. 1,1 12.03; Raintree Publishers Group, 540.40; 
Rondom House. Inc., 743.94; Robbins. Schwortz. Nicholas. Lilton & Taylor. Ltd., 2,756.70; 
Robert F. White & Co.. 3,317; Verna Rocheleau, 1 .918.95; Savin Corp., 7,986.84; Sox Arts 
& Crofts. 1.011.53; Scholastic Magazines, 699.45; School Book Fairs, Inc., 1,147.94; 
School Health Supply Co., Inc., 997.94; School Management Foundation of Illinois, 
2,488.86; Scott. Foresman & Co., 5,437.32; Scotty*s Auto & Truck Repair. 13,903.24; 
Service Merchandise, 598.40; Simplex Time Recorder Co.. 2.812.80; Soil 8 Material 
Consultants, Inc., 1.688.50; Sound, Inc.. 4.262; SpecialEducation District of Lake County, 
117,397.91; Supervisor of Assessments, 5,740.15; Teachers' Retirement System of the 
State ol Illinois, m J\J.jv4.//; wuiiam L. Ihompson. Fiscal Agent, 1.625; Time. 567.84; 
Triso, Inc., 1,585; Troll Associates. 2.425.62; University of Illinois. 912.08; U.S. Games. 
Inc., 715.51; Valley School & Office Suppliers, Inc., 732.03: Village of Gurnee, 31 .442.60: 
Walt Disney Educational Media Co., 573.30; Warren Township. 873; Warren Township 
High School, 3,230.81 ; Woukegan Glass. Inc., 567. 16: Waukegon Tire & Supply Co., Inc., 
5,009.42; Wenger Corp., 1,265.32; Westminster Office Machines, 2,657.94; Whitaker 
Carpenter Paper Co., 4,677.29; Wilcox 8 Follelt Book Co.. 1. 1 73.93; Woodland School. 
4.792; World Book. Inc.. 806; Xerox Corp., 7.829.89; Xerox Education Publications, 
1 ,478.98; lake County Computer Consortium, 550; Leafblad Landscaping, Inc.. 1 ,837.50. 

INDIVIDUAL FUND BALANCE SHEETS JUNE 30, 10B* 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



None 

23,923,635.46 
None 

1,030,865.25 
374,961.25 

None 

None 

None 

755,657,62 

52,624,071.08 



46.846,520.05 
9,374,653.66 
37,471,866.39 



None 



Iho Currency 7th District. 
Statement of 
Resources and Liabilities 

Cash and balances duo from 
depository Institutions: 
Noninlerasl -bearing 

balances and currency and coin 2,044,461 .46 

Interest-bearing balances 2,100,600.43 

Securities 19.943,B69,61 

Federal funds sold and securities purchased 
under agreements to resell In domestic offices 
of Ihe bank and of its Edge and 

Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs 2,450,000.00 

Loans and lease financing receivables: 
Loans and (oases, 

not of unearned Income 24,139,825.84 

LESS: Allowance for loan 

and lease losses 216,190.38 

LESS: Allocated transfer 
risk reserve 

Loans ond leases, net of unearned 
Income, allowance*, ond reserve 
Assets held in trading accounts 
Premises and fixed assets 
(including capitalized leases) 
Other real estate owned 
Investments in unconsolidated 
subsidiaries and associated companies 
Customers' liability to this bank 
on acceptances outstanding 
Intangible assets 
Other assets 
Total assets 
Deposits: 
In domestic offices 
Non interest -bearing 
Interest-bearing 
In foreign offices, Edge and Agreement 
subsidiaries, and IBFs 
Nonintorest bearing 
Interest-bearing 
Federal funds purchased and 
securities sold under agreements 
to repurchase in domestic offices of 
the bonk and of its Edge and Agreement 
subsidiaries, and in IBFs 
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury 
Other borrowed money 
Mortgage indebtedness and obligations 
under capitalized looses ........ . - 

Bank's liability on acceptances 
executed and outstanding 
Notes and debentures subordinated 
to deposits 
Other liabilities 
Total liabilities 
Limited-life preferred stock 
Perpetual preferred stock 
Common stock 
Surplus 

Undivided profits ond capital reserves 
Cumulative foreign currency 
translation adjustments 
Totol equity capital 
Total liabilities, limited-life 

preferred stock, and equity capital 52,624,071 .08 

We, the undersigned directors, attest to the correct- 
ness of this statement of resources and liabilities. We 
declare I hot it has boon examined by us, and to the best 
of our knowledge and belief has beon prepared in con- 
formance with the instructions and is true and correct. 
Directors: 
Ralph Zicco 
Lynn Bretlner 
Robert Hinmon 

I, Martin Kennedy. Operation Officer, of the above- 
named bank do hereby declare that this Report of Con- 
dition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and 
belief. 

Martin Kennedy 

October 30. 1986 

1186B-139-WL 

November 13, 1986 



— LEGAL- 
ORDINANCE NO. 14-05 
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A SPECIAL USE PUR- 
SUANT TO THE GURNEE ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 00- 
20, ADOPTED JULY 7. 10M, RELATING TO THE PROPER- 
TY HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED. 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Article 13.1.1, a public hearing 
was conducted by the Gurnee Plan Commission on Oc- 
tober 15, 1986, (hearing was continued from October 1, 
1986 to October 15, 19B6) after due notice by publication 



None 
None 



None 

517,929.43 

None 

None 

None 

None 

520.116.16 

47,884,565,64 

None 

None 

1,000.000.00 

1,000,000.00 

2.739,505.44 

None 
4.739.505.44 



In the Gurnee Press, on September 11, 1986, pursuant to 
a request for a Special Use Permit on the application of 
Enrique C. Chavez on Ihe property hereinafter described 
In Gurnee, Illinois, and 

WHEREAS, the Findings of Fact ond Recommendation 
from the Plan Commission was duly filed recommending 
such special use permit with the condition as hereinafter 
set forth. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT 
AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF GURNEE 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS: 

SECTION 1, That a Special Use Permit be granted to 
Enrique C. Chavez pertaining to the following described 
real estate, lo-wlt: 

Lot 2 In Kelly Subdivision, being a rosubdi vision of the 
East V> of Block 5, (Except ihe South 157 feet) In 
Frederick H. Bartlett's Grand Estates, being a sub- 
division of part of the West half of the Southeast 1/4 of 
part of the Wost 22 Acres of the Southeast 1/4 of Sec- 
tion 13, Township 45 North, Ronge 11, East of the 3rd 
P.M., In Lake County, Illinois 

so as to allow the operation of an automobile repair 
facility on the real estate hereinabove described and 
commonly known os 830 Magnolia Street, Gurnee, 
Illinois, subject to tho appropriate landscape screening 
being placed along the North properly line. 

SECTION 2. That the Zoning Administrator shall Issue o 
Special Use Permit to Enrique C. Chevez subject to all ap- 
plicable rules, regulations and conditions. 

SECTION 3. That this Ordinance shall be In full force 
and effect from ond after Its passage, approval and 
publication as required by low. 

APPROVED: 
Richard A. Welton 
Village President 
ATTEST: 

Norman C. Balllet 
Village Clerk 

PASSED AND APPROVED: November 3, 1986 
ROLL CALL VOTE: 

AYES: Yost, Rocheleau, Smith and Zetenko 
NAYS: None 
ABSENT: Petropoulos and Hensgen 

1186B-157-GP 



November 13, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Executive Word Processing 
Service 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 287 S. 
Walnut Court, No. 82, 
Mundelein, IL 60060, (312) 
949-7321 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESS(ES) OF THE PERSON 
(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
Charleen F. Hambergor, 
287 S. Walnut Court. No. 
82, Mundelein, IL 60060. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, u 
This Is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the obovo named 
business from the 
location(s) Indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Charleen F. Hamberger 
October 30, 1986 
STATE OP ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, M 

The foregoing In- , 
strument was 

acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this November 1 , 1986. 
RECEIVED: November 3, 
1986 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

Kothie J. Lenczuk 

Notary Public 

' 1186B-144-FL 

November 13, 

November 20, & 

November 27, 1986 



-LIOAL— 

Arlene Forner of Dukes 
Vienna, 206 East State Rd., 
of Island Lake, Illinois 
60042 is not responsible of 
any dobts incurrod alter 
November 1, 1986. 

1086E-118-WL 
November 13, 1986 



the 
to be 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Imprest Funds 

Taxes Receivable 

(Modified Accrual) 

TOTAL ASSETS 

Reserved Fund Balance 

Unreserved Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



Educational 

1,080.562 
2.500 

137 

1,083,199 

29.989 

1.053.210 

1,083.199 



Operations, 

Bldg. and 

Maintenance 

163.070 



163.070 
(64,632) 
227,702 
163.070 



Bond ond 
Interest 

136.418 



136.418 

136,418 
136.418 



Trans- 
portation 

220,541 



220.541 

220,541 
220.541 



Municipal 
Retirement 

44.153 



44.153 



Site and 
Construction 

168.185 



168.185 



44,153 
44,153 



168,185 
168,185 



Working 
Cash 

102,097 



102.097 

102.097 
102.097 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS/REVENUES, DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES. TRANSFERS AND 
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1006 



RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

local Sources 

State Sources 

Federal Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Instruction 

Supporting Services 

Community Services 

Nonprogrammed Charges 

Debt Services 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS 

Excess of Receipts over 

(Under) Disbursements/ Expenditures ond Transfers 

Fund Balances, July 1, 1985 
Fund Balance, June 30, 1986 



2,224,062 

333.211 

51,273 

2.608,546 

1,720,758 
780,119 

133,306 

2,634,183 

(25,637) 
1,108.836 

1,083,199 



421,802 

421,602 

425,444 
1,906 

427.350 

(5.548) 
168.618 

163.070 



338,744 



338,744 



41,639 
434.813 
476,452 

(137.708) 
274,126 
136.418 



182,368 

133;273 

4.548 

320,189 



256,257 



256,257 

63,932 
156,609 
220,541 



67,195 



67,195 

5,052 

62,247 

136 



67.435 

(240) 
44.393 
44,153 



81,560 



81,560 



1 .969.065 



1 ,969,065 

(1,887.505) 

2,055.690 

168,185 



102,097 



102.097 



102,097 
102.097 



1186B-146-GP 
November 13, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED NAME 
CERTIFICATE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OE LAKE, u 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned are con- 
ducting and transacting a 
business in Lake County, 
Illinois, under the name of 
Klossik Painting ond 
Decorating Co. and that 
tho address of such 
business will be: 962 
Lucerne' Court, Mun- 
delein^, 1160060. 

The nature of 
business or service 
conducted Is painting and 
decorating. 

This is to further certify 
that the true and real full 
names of all persons 
owning, conducting or. 
transacting such business, 
with tho respective post- 
office addresses of eoch, 
are as follows: John M. 
Klauss, 962 Lucerne, 
Mundelein. IL 60060; Karen 
Ann Domski, 1.605 
Lakeview St., McHenry, IL • 
60050. 

Dated this 13th day of 
October. A.D. 1986. 

Signatures of all persons 
whose names are listed 
above. Must be signed 
before a Notary Public. 
John M. Klauss 
Karen A. Domski 
STATS Or ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Or MCHENRY. 
It 

I, Catherine r. 
Thompson, ■ Notary 
Public In and for M- 
cHonry County, Illinois, 
do hereby certify that 
John M. Klauss and 
Koran A. Domski ere 
personally known to mo 
to be tho seme person(s) 
whose neme(s) appear 
above and hava ap- 
peared before me this 
day and rmm4 and signed 
this Certificate and 
acknowledged that the 
statements contained 
therein ara true* 

Catharine F . Thompson 
Notary Public 

My commission em- 
pire* on tho lith day off 
October. A.D. Iff*. 
RECEIVED: October 10. 
1000 

tlnda lanuil Hew 
Lake County Clerk 

IteeS-nVMM 

October SO, 

November 0, A 

November 11, 190* 



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VILLACt OF tSLANOLAU, ILLINOIS 

SPECIAL UVEHUt PUMOK 

OMIINIK STAItKtUT QT UTlXirt. IIPEnlTUUS ARO CHAHCCS 1H fUKD SAUDCCS 

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Total 



CarVaia 
Plaaoaal 



Eaariaacr 

Itnicn 

Ddaatar 

Aaaaty 



Social folic* 
tUcufltT FrotactJow 



Strati 

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lartnu* 
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Tort 
■■unity 



uvvut 

t tot*ttj taaaa 
Paraoaal prop*"* 
raplacoa*at ta« 
Fiaaa 

latartovaraatatat tavaaua 
lataraat laces* 
HtacallaaaMi 


f 91,945 1 

355 

31,011 
49,441 

1,340 

4,144 


17,550 I 
71 


1,014 I 

4 


17,110 
179 

44 


1 10,401 

51,011 

17 

4.711 

47.171 

111,911 

10,119 
15,145 

1,490 
11.157 

194.944 


9 17,111 » 
174 

3,911 

104 
115 


1 

11,147 
SI 


t 

17,510 
1,041 


7,049 

t 

19 


I 11,337 
16 


TOTAL UriWt 


110,403 


37.411 


1,050 


17.4S) 

JJ.IJ0 


11,317 

14,114 

74,151 
11,109 
15,170 

1.100 

. 154,994 

(115,459) 

90.J41 

(44,914) 
(1,001) 


11,111 

5 


11,411 
5 


7,048 
6,000 


11,311 


turiTDlTVlU 

Paraoaal iinltn 
Coatractaal aarvlcat 

COBMOaltUt* 

Othar axpaaaaa 
Capital oatla* 


191,919 

119,114 
44,174 
17,170 
14,137 

399.744 

(149,1)9) 
149.111 


11,144 


1,331 


41,369 


TOTAL UTtniTtrill 


41.144 


1.111 


13.150 
(1,147) 


5 

11,191 

(31.477) 

5.404 
7,001 


3 


6,000 
1.06S 


41,569 


UCIlt (MflClKRCt) 

or uTimji oni 
urintTDtu 

ortuTiK TUJints, nr 


OS, 511) 
11,491 


(Ml) 


(117,691) 
117.047 

(414) 
(1.431) 


11,411 

(47.000) 


(31,996) 
(111) 


UCtlS (DtriClEiKT) Of 

uvtJFuc An omi 
Soviets ovit 
EVtraiTvus An 

orai uses 

run iALA»cr 

l« tinea, at|Innlnt af ytar 


(100,144) 
35,714 


(4,011) 
(4,457) 


(301) 
499 


(4,147) 
4,114 


(11,111) 
19,101 


1,041 
911 


(11,197) 

J7.lt! 



Frior ptrloJ aljaatawat 
TOTAL f'Jn IALAHCE 



(17.917 ) 



(17,117 ) 



9 (41,139) 3 (1,411) 3 194 3 (1.041) 3 (4,077) 3 (10,744) 3 11,407 S 976 ,$ 1,000 J 7,570 

VILLAGE OF ISLAND LAKE, TLl.TNOI!. 
STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENT ^ 
YEAR ENDED APRIL ?0, 1936 



AT & T Information Systems 

Ken Adkins 

American National Bank 

Badger Uniforms 

Douglas Bartnick 

Berry Tire 

Builders Plumbing Supply 

Building-Misc . Labor 

Butler Auto Parts 

Chancellor Corporation 

Citicorp Industrial Credit 

Clarke Outdoor Spraying 

Clerks Petty Cash 

Commonwealth Edison Co. 

County of Lake Radio Department 

Crown Life Insurance 

Diamond & LeSueur 

Dictaphone Corporation 

First National Bank of McHenry 

Fox River Shores Joint Venture 

C. Franke & Company 

General Electric Company 

Geske & Sons 

Charles Higby 

Edward Hines Lumber 

Hbyle Road Equipment 

Illinois Bell Telephone 

Illinois Department of Revenue 

Interfaith Community Services 

Island Electric 

Island Lake Police Pension 

Island Lake Police Department 

Island Lake Sanitary District 

Island True Value 

JMJ Construction 

Lakeland Publishers 

McCann Construction 

McHenry Auto Parts 

McHenry Sand & Gravel 

Paul May & Sons 

Meiers Masterbuilt 

Morton Thiokal Inc. 

Motorola, Inc. 

James Munson 

Mutual True Value 

9 to 5 Office Supply 

Northern Illinois Gas 

Prate Roofing 

Regency Enterprises 

Reliable Sand A Gravel 

Rocky Road Pit 

Schaumburg Dodge 

Frank Schiro 

Speck Oil 

St arm & Associates Inc. 



$1,205.83 
1,000.00 

44,415.00 
2,452.11 
1,385.00 

1»003.31 
1,637.32 
12,545.27 
1,170.71 
2,101.00 

1.858.H 

11,083.96 

1,038.26 

17,437.42 

3p825.40 

47,145.10 

19,282.78 

1,062.00 

9,960.00 

4,500.00 

2,757.89 

1,736.80 

40,644.50 

2,557129 

1,716.25 

5,118.62 

5,731.43 

7,697.82 

1,612.00 

• 3,576.00 

32,664.38 
2,692.59 
1,382.34 
6,958.13 

62,500.00 

1,020.32 

1,748.41 

2,044.56 

6,557.38 

11,068.30 

1,721.00 

1,897.96 

5,322.30 

4,700.41 

1,145.97 

1,780.69 

5,373.63 
1,875.00 

1,037.57 

1,490.77 
3,423.48 
10,359.00 
6,062.21 
1,325.82 
3,239.50 



State Employees Retirement 
Sunnyside Company 
Transmatic Transmission 
Trustee Payroll 
Walter Tynes Construction 

Ultra-Grafix 
Union Oil 

Valentine Insurance 
Village of Wauconda 
Water Products 
Water Works-Operating 
Wauconda National Bank 
Federal Tax Deposit 
Wauconda School District 
Jonathan Weichelt 
Weidner Brothers 
Western Union 
Wight Engineering 
Woerner Heating & Cooling 
Wolohan Lumber 
Wolf Construction 
Yapelli Ketchmark 

PAYROLL 

Charles Amrich 
Cornelius DeYoung 
Charles Higby 
Ronald Kitahata 
Barbara Foote 
Peter Gathman 
Emily Gawerecki 
Anthony Jacobson 
Dennis Knight 
Robert Meagher 
Gary Mlekush 
•Jennifer Monday 
Celeste Olson 
Patricia Nebgen 
Sophie Pearson 
Alice Peters 
Albert Pfeiffer 
Vernie Plotz 

Howard Reith 
John Ruter 
Alex Schmidt 
Anthony Sciarrone 
Candice Stasiek 
Thomas Stempien 
William Breen 
Joseph Kujawinski 
Roy Schmidt 
Tim Higby 
Mark Higby 



45,073.75 
2,516.51 
2,645.00 
3,440.00 
2,525.00 
1,046.20 

11,591.17 
67,705.00 

8,277-99 

1,452.82 
22,831.46 

8,430.32 
42,015.70 
13,000.00 

4,000.00 
58,494.05 

5,135.16 
26,313.61 
10,886.00 

5,195.36 
55,500.00 

6,000.00 



900.00 
20,624.96 
28,823.74 

4,853.16 
12,727.83 
23,563.12 

6,499.36 
18,774.40 
20,865.28 

3,350.87 
24,270.91 
13,lo4.84 
11,435.40 
13,493.39 

9,841.62 

13,130.37 
21, 737.^3 
28,743.83 

858.57 

997.50 

850.00 

21,499.67 

2,028.04 

2,634.49 

9.96 

J 50.25 

63.65 

18.00 

66.00 



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Village Treasurer 



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Traaalar t* Coaatrwct loa 
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Traaafar to taiarwa Aecouate 

TOTAL KUNICIML IOOITT 



Total 



175.101 



t 111,109 



Qparatiai 

mi 
Malatamaaca 

9(175.454) 

113,111 

344,040 

(79,000) 
(41.491 ) 
• 114,310 



load Orllnaaca li««f»a Acta— ta 
•oa* *a4 OapracLatla* laa4 

lataraat joaga Uaataa 



(14.151) 



140 



400 



14,151 



1.140 



i.ioo 



11.400 



« 14,000 



Coaatructloo 
ruM 
1919 

9 190,000 



14,1)9 

(144,040) 
75.000 

9 37,079 



1186B-J56-WL 
November 11, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
SHERIFF'S SALE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

COUNTY OF LAKE, m 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 

Greatamorican Fodoral Savings and Loan Association, a 
corporation organized and existing under the laws ol the 
Unitod Slates of America, Plaintiff, 

vs. 
Salleo Brown, Frank W. Brown, American National Bank 
ond Trust Company of Waukegan, as trustee, under trust 
agreement dated October 4, 1975 and known as trust no, 
628. R.D. McGlynn. as trustee, in trust deed recorded as 
document no. 2106368, Associates Finance Inc., Condon 
& Zopp, Ltd., Martin Zopp, Narusis & Narusis, United 
States of America, ond Unknown Owners, Defendants. 
No. 86CH76 

Public notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a 
Judgement made and entered by said Court in the above 
entitled cause on October 1st, 1986, I, Robort Babcox. 
Sheriff of Lake County, Illinois, will, on Monday, 
December 1 , 1986, al the hour of 9:00 A.M. in Room C-105 
of the Lake County Courthouse, 18 N. County St.. 
Waukegan, Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest 
and best bidder for cash, the following described 
premises and real estate, in sold Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County of Lake and State of Illinois, or so 
much thereof os shall be sufficient to satisfy said 
Judgment, to>wit: 

The North 85 feet of the South 375 feet of all that Part 
of the North 40 Rods of the North West % of Section 9, 
lying West of the East 870 feet thereof, and East of the 
East Line of Poplar Street, all in Township 45 North, 
Range 12, East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Lake 
County, Illinois, commonly known os 2519 Poplar, 
Waukegan, Illinois. 

Doted, Waukegan, Illinois, October 30th. 1986. 

Robert Babcox, Sheriff of Lake County, Illinois. 
Walsh, Case. Coale & Brown, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 2S00 
Prudential Ploia, Chicago, Illinois 60601; Tel. No. 938- 
3824. 

November 6, 

November 1 3, & 

November 20, 1986 

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ANNUAL PIN ANCIAL STATIMINT POR PUBLICATION 

POR TNI FISCAL Tl AH INDIO JUNI II, ItM 

ROUND LAKI COMMUNITY UNIT DIIT. 1 U 

310 SOUTH ROSIOALI COURT 

ROUND LAKE, IL. 60073 

OINIRAL 

Size of District In Square Miles, 9.0; Number of Attendance Centers. 7; Number of 
Cerlifkoted Employees: Full-Timo. 293; Port-Time, 2; Number of Non-Certificated 
Employees; Full-Time, 142, Part-time, 9; Average Daily Attendance, 4648,84; Number of 
Pupils Enrolled Per Grade: Pre-Kindergarten, 12; Kindergarten 410; first, 451; second, 
408; third. 360; fourth, 361; fifth, 335; sixth, 340; seventh, 377; eighth, 351; special, 206; 
Total Elementary, 3611; ninth, 437; tenth, 392; eleventh, 331; twelfth, 294; special. 72; 
Total Secondary, 1526; Total In District, 5137. Tax Rate By Fund (ln%): Educational, 
2.040%; Operations, Bldg. And Maintenance. .500%; Bond and Interest, .580%: 
Working Cosh, .050%; Transportation, .140%; Municipal Retirement, .235%; Fire 
Prevention and Safety, .050%; Tort Immunity, .089%; Special Education, .040%; Other, 
,002; District Assessed Valuation, $80,207,768; Assessed Valuation Per A.D.A. Pupil. 
$17,253.29; Total Bonded Indebtedness June 30, 1986. $610,715; Percent of Bonding 
Power Obligated currently, 11.03%. 

ASSETS: Value of Capitol Assets: Land. $636,152; Buildings, $10,461,801; Equipment, 
$4,273,425. 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS 

Judith Barron, Diane Baum, Patricia Becker, Kathleen Bohm, Mary Birkhoug, Lynn 
Betts, Kathryn Bowen, Nick Ciccotosfo, James Clark, Mary Cohn, Deborah Connors, 
Ronald Curry. Ethel Doulton, David Drinkwaler, Linda Dunn, Elmer Eberman. Barbara 
Edwards, William Gallagher, Mary Garrett, Denlse Gossoll. Karen Hayman, Geneon 
Hoetzer, Russell Jensen, Sandra Koczmaryn, Peter Kennedy, Marsha Kulbeda, Marcia 
Kulp, Douglas Laurent, Delores Leonard, Timothy Loest. Joanna Maze, Gall McPherson, 
Lucille MoTloy, Pamela Mulvaney, Mark Nagel, Walter Nechoda, James Neel. Elizabeth 
Nelson, Margaret Norsworthy. Richard Perlstrom, Koy Peterson, Margaret Petroff . John 
Petschelf, Margaret Pouzor, Rodivoje Radovic. Judith Randall. Julie Rathunde, Carey 
Rausch, Richard Rees, Prlscllla Reynolds, Carol Robertson, Holly Rose. William 
Scheuerle, Lee Schllllnger. Janice Shanhouse, Kathleen Shelley, Thomas Siltler, Anita 
Hoffman, Charles Sven, Robert Sweeney, Thomas Tleffenbocher, Donno Tomasello, 
Suson Ulm, Thomas Urbick, Jacqueline Wall, Guy Weinberger, Carole Weinstein, Denlse 
Will. Michelle Witham. 

GROSS PAYMENT FOR CIRTIPIC ATIO PERSONEL 

Lest than 110.000: Lynn Bettes, Elaine Boiman, Laura Braddock, Shelley Clark, Terry 
Johnson-Garnett, Harold Johnson, Elizabeth Kroening, Jean Lemburg. Melonie Mays, 
Joan Mulligan. Linda Nelson. Joe Pivonka, Sharon Salzman, Beverly Sapp, Arlene Silver, 
Mary Starzynski, Mary Van Hoorn, Cloire Weiner. 110,000 to I10,t00: Kathryn An- 
derson, Maureen Baker, Edword Baron, Kimberly Bond, Carol Barg, Syliva Brice, William 
Brown, Susan Bunting, Eleanor Codwallader, Leslie Corley-Pierce, Dorothy Crass, Erica 
Dorr. Patricia Dyer, Janet Ekenberg, Lisa Fairchild, Dolores Finley, Elieen Fleming. Linda 
Gordy. Morgaret Gustafson, Shelley Hamill, Sherry Herrlot, Cecilia Komar, Suson 
Latkowski-Rosales. Frank Lobaza, Michael Manser, Lane Marchiori, Heather Menzer, 
Patricia Mifchem, Christa Molidor Margie Niemi. Susan Pattl, Paul Petty, Berno Polikoff. 
Margaret Prichard, Thomas Quirk, Peggy Robertson, Susan Lomo Salzman, Judith 
Sargent, Ann Schiever, Christa Schmid, Mary Schmider, Laeila Schubert. Theodore 
Sieckcwski. Phyllis Siegel, John Stephenson, Arlene Stone, Elizabeth Talman. Rosanne 
Taylor, Kathleen Teichert, Barbara Tselos. Layne Walker, Beverly Westergren. Kristine 
Whitaker, Lance White. 

117,000 to *24,*99: Nancy Adams, Vicki Albright. Carey Anderson. Sharon Asmus, 
Linda Baker. Mary Baker, Magaly Balaguero, Mari Basener, Richard Bchrens, Warren 
Bell, Caroline Bird, Marjorie Blunier. Bruce Britton, Gary Brock, Karen Christophersen, 
Cheryl Ciszon, Norma Cittadino. Glendo Conlortt. Mark Confori. Howard Conkling, Kim 
Brook Kelly, Linda Curran, Kevin Dempsey, Sar.dro Dortch. Susan Duchane. Georgianne 
Duffy, Debra Durham. Judith Edgcomb. Wit'iam Edgcomb, Gary Edge. Elizabeth Ed- 
wards. Jeremy Ehlers. Kenneth Filas. Hoi Fine. Mary Franos. Laurie Froncis. Charles 
Gandolii, Rondo Geary, Catherine Gillette, Peggy Goodell. Shelley Gray, Linda Griggs, 
Marilyn Gruber. Elizabeth Gutontes. Cynthia Harrington, Elizabeth Hotch. Karen 
Heinsohn, Joan Hitzeman, Randall Hofl, Hollis Hollenberg, Mark Holniker, Cecilia 
Johnson, Jeon Kearby, Jill Kerr. Patricia Ketzel, Nancy Koprivo. Dartene Kruger, Janet 
Krumm. Lois Laedtke, Walther lichi. Pamela liegl. Kora Logan. Elizabeth Maney, 
Kathleen Morchese, Thomas McAvoy, Jeannie Miller, Janet Mills, Linda Mirkin. 
Adrienne Mottweiler, Maureen Musiol. Kathleen Myers. Kimberlee Neiert. Harold 
Newton, Evelyn Panzegrau, Ruthanne Persky, Mark Pelterson, Lynn Pfeifer, Joanne 
Pakrojac, Janet Prochnow, Jerri Raasch, Andrea Ripstein, Ben Rosenfield, Sharon 
Rosinski, Joyce Rossdeutcher, Lora Rowland, Robin Rummel, Angela Ruscheinski, 
Ronald Sapochak, Paul Sarrazin. Mary Schlegel, Karen Schramm, Elizabeth Schroeder, 
Renee Schweinberg, Catherine Seligman, Richard Sexton, Pamela Shellberg. Corlo 
Shepord. Susan Sittler, Shirley Slater, Mary Strous, Penelope Stueber, Deborah 
Swanson. Glenn Szalkowski. Berneda Taylor, Melaine Thompson. Jeffrey Tylkowski, 
Ton! Urbaiiis. Kathleen Van Fleet. Diane Vanderkooy, Terri Zumbrook. 

125,000 and Over: Hooshang Ameri, Robert Babiok, Townsend Barlow, Julie Bor- 
nicle. Bruce Bortosz. Ha Bauer. Elmarie Beno, Donald Bessert, Ramelo Bloom, Darlene 
Boegen, Marilyn Briscoe, Richard Cejka, David Channel, Daniel Christianson, Barbara 
Coon, Patrick Coon, Orville Costello, Janice Cummings, Robert Curran, Robert Dawson, 
Diane Diana. Johanne Diltman, Frances Dmylro. Michael Dunn, Michael Duax, Marcia 
Eaker, John Eiduke, John Evans. Thomas Evers, George Firnboch, Sandra Folgers. Patty 
Forehand, Ellen Garb, Paul Gerlach, Morlene Gronl, Ardis Harnagel. Betty Harlnett, 
Donald Hatch. Barbara Houg, Clifton Houghton. Jr., Mary L. Houghton, Dione Hucksladl, 
Darryl Jachens, Joseph Jordan, Gerald Kaires, Kim Kearby, Joan King, Morgaret Kiraly. 
Ruth Knaack, Walter Korpan, Richard Kucik, John lams. Virgina Larson. Gerald Leo. 
Steven Lee. Janalee Lenzen. Kolhryn Meier, James Menzer, Mary Morris. Mory 
Nemecek, Noncy Nester, Maureen O'Neil, Janet Pormenter, Jerome Pawelak, Mary 
Pearsall, Barbora Pergander, Donna Pflugradt. Thomas Philbin. Karen Pierce, Nancy 
Pilcher, Donald Piatt, Thomas Pocrnich. James Prault. Penny Prebil. Jomes Prorok, 
Clariese Rehn Ornstein, Kenneth Ricci, Sandra Ricci, James Rogers. Michael Rohlwing, 
Joan Ryan. William Schaible, Cary Schawel, Sally Scheilingor. Howard Schroeder, 
Rosalie Schroeder, Norman Semrou. Eleanor Serlic. James Sertic. Robert Sherman, 
James Shook, James Smith, Raychelle Sokolow. Barbara Spongier, David Sponholtz. 
Sheilo St. Aubin. Wildo Stanton, Daniel Starzynski, Richard Stueber, Jeanne Sullivan, 
Shirlee Tripp, Rebecca Volkert, Edward Warner, Patricia Warner, John Waterhouse, 
Susan Wilgus, John Woods, Mary Woods. Ronald Zieman, Terri Zumbrook. 
GROSS PAYMENT FOR NON-CERTIFICATED PERSONEL 

Leu than 110,000: Sally Jo Adorns. Mary Amodio, Michelle Amedio, Sondro An- 
drews, Cecilia Arresola, Carmen Atilano. Rosalia Barlow. Karen Barrett, Donna Bortosz, 
Richard Beeks, Lynnellen Bentley. Lorelei Berg, Matthew Black, Shannon Bloke, Ron 
Black, Cathy Blosen, leamon Bogucki, Candace Boness, Marsha Booker, Tony Bostick. 
Lorraine Boydston, Michael Bransky, Tobie Bransky. Sandra Brilmyer, Sharon Burt, 
Michael Caldwell, Sandra Callahan, Barbara Cassoto, Diane Cessna. Margarita Chapo, 
Sharon Clooney, Diane Cochran, Ellen Cohen, Jessie Conrod, Lynn Dovison, Betty Day. 
Donno Dayment, Nora Delgado, Korla Desbiens, Jacqueline Diniceli. Gary Dixon, 
Lauren Domek, Pamela Donner, Marie Drehobl, Eleanor Duax, Timothy Duax, Christine 
Duggan, Mary Duponl, Jeri Eckenstahler, Hilario Elizondo, Gair Erickson.'Brenda Fain, 
Barbara Fischel, Karen Fischer, Indabelle Fisher, Erlindo Flores, Robert Framke, Marilyn 
Franchi, Gail Freeman, Darlene Friedlund, Jill Friske, Sara Friske, Judith Fusco, Angelo 
Gange, Kathleen Gantar, Catherine Gillette, Jennifer Good, Michelle Goodman, Carol 
Gothann, Nancy Burnett, Delores Hansen, Greg Hanson, Jeff Harvey, Mary Ann 
Heinrichs, Lanaia Hermann, Bruce Hill, Les Hintzman, Barbara Hogman, Keith Horn, 
Linda Hunter, Julie Jacobsen, Donno Janssen, Lee Roy Jarrett, Glen Jewell, Barbara 
Judl, Lisa Kovanough, Paula Kvacik, Beverly Link, Norbert Lisk, Norma Looze. Dione Lui. 
Todd Lucossen, Joon Mouer, Holly Manser. Louise McConnell, Barbara McCluskey, Lydia 
Michalski, Robert McGuffin, Ronald Mora. Helen Miller, Jerratene Mowers, Geraldine 
Most, Diana Nelson, Laura Murphy, Joann Nereim, Linda Nelson, Karen Olson, Leroy 
Nordtund, Judith O'Neil. Linda Olson, Leslie Orsetti, Patricia Rosco, Mike Peltier, Tina 
Peleska, David Pflugradt, Jr.. Rita Pendley, Carolyn Potoczek, Margaret Pitfini, Judi 
Prlcock, Cleo Prault, Mary Raclaw, Raymond Ptak, Rolando Reveto, Levita Ray, Brett 
Ricci, Brian Ricci, Maria Rodriquez, Mark Ring, Jeanlee Roeck, Marilyn Rodriguez, Lloyd 
Rowe, Jeff Rose, Leionel Sanchez, Sharon Saleml, Jean Schenk, Richard Sann, Kristin 
Schwab, Tom Schmeichel. Christina Schwartz, Connie Schwonkl, Lorraine Sheriff, 
William Schwartz, Henry Solko, Karen Sitton, Phillip Soulliere, William Sorensen, Joan 
Stroening, Charlotte Stine, Thomas Terry. 

Richard Stueber, Alice Troken, Gloria Terryberry, David Underwood. Glendo Trujillo, 
Nemeslo Villa. Diana Vlies, Mary Wanhola, Karen Wanhala, Jill White, Mike Whaley, 
Sandra Willis, Earl Williams, David Witt, Noncy Wiswald, Tami Zielinski, June York, 

410,000 to 116,000: Maxine Amedio, Herbert Blasius, George Brazitis, Mory Davis, 
Russell Dockery, Judith Filas, George Gruber, Leonard Holcom, David Harrington, 
Lawrence Heitzenrater, George Henderson, Dewayne Henkle, Leonard Huber, Elizabeth 
Hunt, Jerry Johnston, Lorraine Kaminski, Louise McDonald, John Kassner, Lawrence 
Kochanek, Matthew Kochanek, Christa Longer, Fred Link, Linda Lorlng. Linda Lucassen. 

Judith Madden. Lorraine Malmstedt, Carol Mampe, Robert Manwaring, Wolterie 
Marsin, Dennis Martin, Helen Maybaum. Edward Murar, Michael Murar, Francis Mur- 
phy, Robert Neel, Kenneth Norkus, Leo Norkus, Everett Olsen, tnez Olson, Leonard 
Pahlman, Patricia Parker, David Pflugradt, Fred Priemer, Martha Pulizzano. Joe Ridlen, 



innnne Riener Jacquallnt Schlop, JoAnn SchwarU, Robert Stark, Bonnie Tomuslak, 
Richard Vall« Ge?aldln. Van Stockum. William Vlce^enny Villa. Robert Wake, 
fhomas W? Ins'kl David Zdrlar.k, Carole Zmij.mkl. «» .000 1 «m1 O^ri Glenn Brando. 
Edward Caraher, Thomas Enrlght, James Hortch, Agnes Laurent, Phyllis Nelson, Audry 

Toylor ' PERSONS, FIRMS, OR CORPORATION 

IN THI AOORIO ATI PAID ISOO OR MORI 

ATST Information Systems, 29,069.76; AC Dyna-Tlle Corporation, 1,431.80; A.G.R. 
Speciality Co.. 17.553.64; Trybus Battery, 558.51; A-TIre and County Service. 2.773.58; 
Ace Hardware. 10.639.69; Ace Hardware. 5.796.90; Ace Hardware, 1,372.13; Acme 
Parts and Supply Co.. 7,123.95; Adams Lawn ft Leisure. 7.485.77; Airways. 1.143.00; Ron 
Alden 940.00; Allyn « Bacon Inc., 890.74; Vickie Albright, 1,144.68; American Acorn- 
domic 4 388.67; American Econo-Ctad Serv.. 6,910.22; American Guidance Service, 
533 92- American Outfitters. 999.20; Arista Corp. 590.91 : Aslrochem Company. 3,518.00; 
Assn for Supvn ft Curr Dov.. 2,401 .98; Atwell Sewer Service 525.00; Boker A Taylor Co.. 
538 30- Mary G. Baker. 540.00; Ballard ft TIgho. Inc.. 523,14; Barnell Loft Ltd., 2,172.88; 
Barnloft Travel Agency. 1,100,00; Basener. Marl. 540.00; Bruce Bartosz, 1,294.94; GW 
Bouor & Assoc, Inc., 15,918.98; Beckley-Cardy Co., 17,308,27; Mrs. Emily Benson, 
I 605.12; Borgwoll Productions, Inc.. 578.00; Cothy Berllnger-Gustalson, 11,000.00; 
Donald Bessert. 791.91; Bornard Chevrolet Inc., 17,515.19; John H. Bidney, 2,128.38; 
Marjorie Blunior. 587.49; Botts Welding ft Trk Service. 1.287.07; Pitney Bowes. 544.25; 
Pitney Bowes, Inc.. 1.407.75; Bowman Distribution. 2,230.55; Lorraine Boydston, 825.00; 
Marilyn Briscoe. 990.00; Susan Bunting, 1,060.00; Burroughs Corporation. 3,753.19; 
Burroughs Corporation. 12.825.17; Business Communication Services. Inc.. 931.28; ACT 
Coroor Planning Program Operations Div., 1,215.00; M. David Coin ft Assoc. Ltd., 
4 500.00. 

' Cairo ft Sons Roofing Co.. 4.272.16; Cantar ft Associates, Inc.. 2.814.73; Carolina 
Biological Supply. 3,774.80; Cedar Foods. 2,133.59; Centrol States Sales Corp. 869.68; 
Chain O'Lakes Elect. Supply, 6,105.57; Chain Olokes Lumber Company, Inc., 8,471.81; 
Chain O'Lakes Plumbing & Hooting, 12.956.13; Champion Products Inc., 24,793.89; 
Channel Pross, 1,597.45; Chem-Rlle Products Co.. 15,469.67; Chicago Poper Company, 
20.989.48; Chicagoland Businoss, 1,401.85; Child World. 933.02; Chronicle Guidance 
Pub, 792.88; Norma Cittadino. 709.36; Coco-Cola, 1,947.45; Columbia Audio/Video. 
1.930.50; Commonwealth Edison Co.. 448.573.26; Compugrophtc Corp., 981.76; Com- 
puterland Lake County. 1,302.42; Consolidated Music Co., 1,175.00; Conlempory Books, 
Inc., 713.08; Continental Regency Hotel. 2,064.00; Copy Right. 1,131.65; Patrick Coon, 
1,070.64; Pot Costello, 1.421.28; Country Companies, 60.590.35; Craftsman Howd 
Lumber Co., 2.403.00; Croatlve Publications, 1,049.57; Creative Window Designs. 
107.745.00; Curr Innovations, Inc., 647.70; D.A.M. Service. 1,320.00; Angelo Dobiero 
Associates, 2.564.00; Dels Electric Service, 29,321.13; Dell's Garage, 1.021.94; Kevin 
Dempsey, 1.185.96; Designation. Inc., 2,389.95; DLM Teaching Resources, 674.85; 
Diamond Chomical, 715.51; AB Dick Company, 2,610.60; Dir. ol Labor-Div. of Unem- 
ployment. 8.048,43; Walt Disney Educational, 1,590.50; Johanne Dlttman, 1.568.14; 
Edward Don ft Co., 1,045.78; Dover Elevator Co.. 2.770.65; Mike Dunn, 1,040.64; Etaa. 
Incorporated, 650.50; Eby-Brown Co., 3,305.56; The Economy Co., 842.47; Economy Fire 
ft Safety. 756.45; Encyclopedia Brllannica, 1,513.78; Dolores Finloy, 998.28; First 
Commercial Bank. 96.807.00; 1st Not'l Bank of Chicago. 392.459.74; First State Bank of 
Round Lake, 31.953.61; Fischer Bros. Construction, 9.364.49; Carl Fischer Inc., 1,715.16 
Linda Flores, 736.00; Follett Library Book Co., 7,957.06; Fontolnbleou Hotel, 528.00; 
Forrest Hospital, 1,347.25; Forrest T. Jones ft Co., 8,132.00; Fox Industries, Inc.. 
8.490.11; Fox Lake Office Supply. 7.005.62; Frenchy's Refrigeration. 1,654.43; Freund 
Equipment Inc., 1 .362.51 ; Frey Science Co.. 814.15; GCS Service Inc., 2,880.16; GAAOil. 
51.820.45: Charles Gandolii, 566.52; General Binding Corp., 2,264.83; General Em- 
broidery Co., 2.919.08; Gestetner Corp. 1.676.51; GInn ft Company, 1,205.05; Donald 
Glashagel. 678.72; Glenview District 34, 2,018.00; Glencoe Publ. Co.. Inc.. 1,098.75; 
Globo Book Company, 2,827,00; Gold Medal-Chicago. Inc., 503.28; Goodheart-Willcox, 
1.257.90; Goodyear Service Stores, 4,549.50; Gront High School. 3,820.81; Shelley Gray, 
579.08; Groysloke Feed Sales. 4,922.83; Greiner Construction Co.. 19.100.25; Grolier 
Educational Corp. 4,353.50: HMO ol Illinois, Inc.. 97,864.95; Harcourt Brace ft Jovanovich 
Inc., 4,148.58: Hartgrove Hospital. 646.00; Barbara Nan Haug. 984.00; Hayden's Sport 
Center, 2,164.80; Heart Association of Lake County. 537.-12; Hortzberg New Method, 
Inc.. 1.913.35; Hosco Inc., 554.70; Highsmilh, 3,360.42; Joon Hitzeman, 1.546.08; Randy 
Hoff. 882.82; Hoffmon Maintenance and Supply Co., 6,652.80; Hoge Warren lim- 
mermonn Co.. 131.850.00; Holiday Park, 800.00; Holmes Protection of Illinois, 3,663.46; 
Mark Holniker. 553.33; Holt Rinehart ft Winslron. 10.969.66; Honeywell Inc.. 183.022.32; 
Victor Hotho ft Co.. 503.48; Houghton Mifflin ft Co.. 14,999.89; Clifton A. Houghton. Jr.. 
551.79. 

tdentatronics, 1.565.55; 111. Assoc, of School Admin. 546.70; Illinois Association of 
School Boards. 2,182.00; Illinois Bell Telephone. 43.032.64; Illinois Dental Servlc*. 
45,253.41; Illinois Grade School Music Association, 1,151.75; Illinois Municipal 
Retirement Fund, 191.832.79; Illinois Principals Association. 1,123.00; III. Renewal In- 
stitute. Inc., 1,244.65; Illinois Stole Board of Education, 11,458.39; Industrial Towel and 
Uniform, 4.361.65; Industrial Appraisal Co.. 6,440.00; Insights Visual. 998.81: Institute 
for Education Research. 3.388.00; Insurance Management Bur, 2,750.00; Inter-Collegiate 
Press, 15.204.31; Intl Bus Machines Corp. 14,005.70; International Business Machine 
Corp. 680.00; Dorryl Jachens. 561,25; Jomestown Publishers. 879.65: Jensen Disposal 
SVC, 7,025.00; Joliot Public School. 510.00; Josten's. 614.22; Jostens Learning Systems. • 
1,198.02; Lorraine Kaminski, 644.27; Kar Products Inc., 2.238.65; Karnes Music Co.. 
882.86; Joan King. 516.00; Klein-Thorpe. Jenkins Ltd., 15.125.65; Walter J. Korpan, 
1,686.45; Loidlow Brothers. 16.214.41; Lake County Area Voc. Ctr.. 58,140.00; Lake 
County Computer Technology Consortium. 25.978.25; Loke County Computer Tech 
Corsortium, 2.604.00; Lake County Learning Community 5,510.00; Lake McHenry 
Regional Program. 4,952.61; Lakoland Impressions. 3.443.56; Lakeland Publishers Inc., 
1.018.53; Cherril Lange, 596.42; Lanier Business Products, 9.419,82; Larson Equipment 
and Furniture Company. 56.221.53; Lothrop Enterprises. 12.670.00; loufenberg ft Lane, 
3,407.00; Robert Leber. 3,281.00; Loe's Kitchen Distrs.. 1.007.40; liberty Mutual. 
38.152.00; Library Bk Soloction Serv., 2.598.44; Lion Photo. 631.65; Loews Lenlont Plaza. 
624.00; Long's Bus Company. 512.00; Tom McAvoy. 720.00; McConn Construction. 810.84; 
McDougal. Littol ft Co.. 741 .22: McGraw-Hill Book Co.. 2,61 1.35. 

McGregor Magazine Agoncy, 2.924.69; Mocmillan Publ Co.. Inc.. 803.23: Michael 

Manser. 919.08; Horace Mann Educotors. 347.434.08; Kathy Marchese, 793.76: Martens 

Fencing, 1,740.00; Master Lock. 2,634.92; Means Service Center. 1.632.18: Charles fc. 

Merrill. 1.046.44: Mid-States Erectors Inc.. 5,467.00; 3M SWG 2210, 6,840.70; Modern 

Curriculum Press, 7,210.49; Molidor Insurance. 4.549.50; Mundeleln High School, 

1.688.82; Mundelein Point Center. 6,849.74; Musicman Instrument, 1,183.70; Naeir. 

550.63; Napa Aulo Parts. 663.11: Nappe Music House. 4.323.26: NASCO, 3.612,90; 

Notional Geographic Soc. 5,324.47; National School Towel, 15,036.94; Nationwide Mut 

Ins. Co.. 10,567.00; Now Lonnoz Lighting ft Industrial Supply. 4,298.62; Walter Niese 

Machine Mfg, Co.. Inc.. 1,268.74; Nix's Loke County Packing, 1.844,86; North American 

Life Assurance Co., 16.311.18; Northshore Concert Bond, 980.00; North Shore Office 

Mochines Co.. 38,730.74; Northern Illinois Gos Co., 92.042.95; OG Gloss Company 

14,163,03; J.W. O'Donnoll ft Assoc Inc., 8.969.00; Olflctals. 6.544.50: One Hour Dry 

Clearnors. 1,479.25; Orkin Exterminating Co., 864.00; Osco Drug Store. 893.80: Poge 

Radiator Service, 900.00; Panther Pushers Parent Club, 3,360.82; R.J. Pawlick. 1,056.00; 

Poxton National Inc.. 4,627.98; Pennzoll. 1,465.87; Permo Bound. 706.99; Phi-Delta 

Kappan, 632.46; Pioneer Mfg. Co.. 1, 908.20:" Post Master-Round lake, 18,523.28; James 

Prault, 896.90: Prentice-Hall Inc., 2.351 .24; Margaret Prichard, 581 .49; Chlldrens Haven, 

Inc.. 1,646.36; Pro-Quip Sports, 16,115.71; Psychological Corp. 982.81; Psychotechnlcs 

Inc., 1 .364.45; Publix Office Supplies 731 .87; Pyramid Paper Co. Inc., 4,047.20. 

Radio Shack. 4,005.27; Randolph School Supply Co.. 780.98; Random House, Inc., 
1,769.83; Reliable Decorating, 3.350.00; RPPI, 855.63; Retco Alloy Co., 938.74; Kenneth 
Ricci, 550.00; Sandra Ricci, 526.18; Ric Mar Industries Inc.. 41.945.69; Ritzenthaler Bus 
Lines. 146,769.81; Riveredge Hospital, 1,768.00; Riverside Publishing Co., 1,750.74; 
Roberts Data World, 2,404.73; Rockenbach Chev Sales, 3,787.82: James Rogers, 
3.590.48; Round Lake Area School Summer Migrant Prog. 3.045.57; Round lake Com- 
munhy Building Fund, 1,270.00; Round Lake Community-Education Fund, 21,524.89; 
Round Lake Community-HS Stud. Act. Fund, 771.00; Round Lake Community- 
Transportation Fund. 12.535.00; Round Lake Fire Dept. 1,910.00; Round Lake Park 
District. 600.00; Angela Ruscheinski. 720.00; Keith Ryan ft Associates, 1, 300.00; STS 
Consultants Ltd., 3.067.00; Sargent Welch Scientific, 3.733.92; Paul Sarrazin, 885.96; 
Scan-Tron Corporation, 1,795.06; Schelle Aulo Parts Inc., 11,459.67; Scholastic In- 
structional Material, 531.20; Scholastic Book Service, 1,956.35; Scholastic Magazines. 
3.106.92; Scholastic Testing Serv., 955.46; School Bus Parts Co., 3,585.76; School Health 
Supply Co., 1.604.45; Science Kit ft Boreal Lab. 921.61; Science Research Assoc, 
14,913.12; The Scope Shoppe. 550.00; Scott, Foresman ft Co., 55,642.89; Sears Roebuck 
and Co., 596.43; Seattle Inst, for Child, 654.00; Service Dynamics 1.475.12; Service 
Systems Corp. 594,625.22; Robert E. Sherman, 1,539.22; Silver Burdelte Co., 9,932.16; 
Simplex Time Recorder Co., 3.245.26; Soc. for Visual Educ. Inc.. 2.690.65; South Western 
Publishing Co., 503.62; Special Education Distr. of Lake County, 593,528.50; Sheila ST. 
Aubin, 558.20; Stoch the Deck. Inc., 1.640.63; State Products Corp., 577.70; Edward 
Stauber Wholosolo Hardware, 1 0,037.79; Steck-Vaugh Co., 3.1 57.01 . 

Stilke Disposal, 1.550.00; Gordon N. Stowe and Assoc, 611.05; Student Plans Inc., 
1.324.00; Richard Stueber, 717.10; Sunrise Office Supply, 3,535.50; The Conover Co., 
855.00; The Kiln Doctor. 500.50; The Wright Group, 594.00; Tandy Leather Co., 1,322.32; 
Teachers Retirement System of Illinois, 606,667,31; Teacher Support Software, 749.74; 
Terminal Supply Company, 563,76; Thelen Sand ft Gravel Inc. 2,563.34; Time Savers, 
Inc., 4,095.00: Towno Chemical ft Supply, 13,143.55; Shirlee Trlpp. 644.55; Troll 
Associates, 748.98; Uorco. 518. 17; United Visual Aids Inc., 4.679.53: Valley Litho Supply. 



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3.192.27: Van's Enlorprioses Lid., 2,550.00; Village of Round Loko-Wolor & Sewage, 
11,572.25; Village of Round Lake Beach, 4,796.93; Vlllago of Round Lake Police Dept., 
630.00; Village of Round Lake Park-Water Dept., 804.78; Voell Machinery Co., 1,020.32; 
Rebecca Volkerl, 623.20; Dfone Vanderkooy, 1,245.96; Western Lake County Film Coop, 
4,529.60; Robert L. Williams, 1.301.25; H.W. Wilson, Co., 580.00; World Resoarch 
Company, 664.17; Xerox Corporation, 2,255.43; Xerox Education Pub. 794.15; Youngs 
Inc., 1,020.32; Zap Manufacturing Co. ,955.65. 



INDIVIDUAL FUND BALANCE SHEETS JUNE 30, 19M 



JSSITS 

feURRENT ASSETS 

Cash 

-.iprest Funds 

toon to Operations, Building 

and Maintenance Fund 

[oan to Transporatlon Fund 
[investments 
[TOTAL ASSETS 
[loan from Educational Fund 
fTOTAL LIABILITIES 
|f Reserved Fund Balance 
f Unreserved Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



Educational 

118,608 
2,000 

10,936 

1,999 

1.441,653 

1,575.196 



129,059 
1,446,137 
1,575,196 



Operations, 
Bldg. and 

Maintenance 



Bond and 

[ Interest 



5.258 



Trans- 
portation 



Municipal 

Retirement 



625 



Working 
Cash 



2,444 





343,259 * 


130,909 


132,862 


473,573 


269,326 


348,517 


130,909 


133,487 


476,017 


269,326 




1,999 




, 


10,936 




1,999 






10,936* 




(14,759) 






(13,379) 


348,517 


143,669 


133,487 


467.017 


271,769 


I 








269,326 


| 348.517 


130,909 


133.4B7 


467,017 



STATEMENT OP BICUMS/MVINUIS, OlSBURUMENTS/IXMNDITURtS, TBANSPIBS AND 
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE M, 1«M 



.RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 

Local Sources 2,452,890 

State Sources 8,655,378 

Federal Sources 610,188 

TOTAL RECEIPTS/REVENUES AND TRANSFERS 1 1 .71 8,456 

DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 

Instruction 6,685,357 

Supporting Services 4,511,689 

Nonprogramrned Charges 717,473 

Debt Services 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 11,914,519 

Excess of Receipts/Revenues and Transfers Over 

(Under) Disbursements/Expenditures and Transfers (1 96,063) 

Fund Balances, July I, 1985 1,771,259 

Fund Balance, June 30, 1986 1,575,196 



583,781 
137.200 

720,981 



685,929 



685,929 

35,052 
223.338 
258,390 



501,807 
501 ,807 



41.000 
489,605 
530.605 

(28,798) 
377,315 
348.517 



150.140 
426,082 

576,222 
508,766 

508.766 

67,456 

61.454 

128,910 



203,224 



203,224 

28.774 
163,199 



191.973 

11,251 
122.236 
133.487 



70,939 
70,939 

34,699 

34,699 

36.240 
439,777 
476,017 



1186B-144.RL 
November 13, 1986 



Levin 

Will Lead 
Run 

Terra Levin has been 
named executive director of 
Lake County Marathon, half 
marathon and 10K. 

Levin has been behind the 
scenes of running races sin- 
ce the first Chicago 
Marathon in 1977. This year 
Levin organized the 
Manufacturers Hanover 
Corporate Challenge with 
over 7,000 corporate runners 
and 400 corporations. In the 
"Manny Hanny" race she 
had the onerous, task of 
closing down Chicago's 
streets at 6 :50 p.m. 

The Lake County races 
presents its own challenge. 
"Organizing three races in 
one day requires coor- 
dination and several hun- 
dred volunteers, not to men- 
tion a course that runs 
through seven communities 
and a naval base," states 
Levin. 

- On April 26, 1987, the 
seventh annual Lake County 
Marathon, half-marathon 
and 10K will once again 
travel the long road from 
Zion to Highland Park. 
Proceeds for the race will be 
used by the various Special 
Olympics programs in Lake 
County. 

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Area Football, '86: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly 



by STEVE PETERSON 
Sports Editor 

The 1986 football season 
proved to be a proverbial 
good news, bad news 
proposition for Lakeland 
area teams. 

Some good news: two area 
teams, Grant and Warren, 
made the post-season playof- 
fs. 

Some bad news: both lost 
in their first game. 

Some good news: four of 
the 10 area teams notched 
winning records. Grant, 
Warren, Round Lake and 
Carmel all won more games 
than they lost. 

Some bad news: area 
teams overall won just over 
40 percent of their games. 

Some good news:, for 
Round Lake, the winning 
season was the seond in a 
row for coach Mike Dunn's 
crew after winning the Nor- 
thwest Suburban Conference 
last year. For Carmel, the 
winning season was even 
more historic: it was the fir- 
st one in 14 years. 

Here's a look at how each 
area team fared in the 
gridiron wars, "86: 

Grant: Fox Lake was in- 
deed the place to be this fall. 

Grant made the playoffs 
for the first time in 11 years, 
romping to a 9-1 record. The 
i record included seven 
shutouts by the tenacious 
Bulldog defense, which 
(allowed 17 points all year 
[long. Three of those points 
[came in the season-ending 
ilayoff loss to Lake Forest. 

Brad Frystak was named 
Northwest Suburban Con- 
ference Most Valuable 
Mayer. On offense, he 
{ained the tough yards. 
defensively, he dared op- 

ments to run or throw the 

ill his way. 

Brother Kevin Frystak 
(till has a year to go in his 



high school carrer, Oe 
followed up a flashy 
sophomore season with an 
equally flashy junior year. 
Kevin led Grant in almost 
every offensive category, in- 
cluding touchdowns. 

Quarterback Garry 
Glausser improved as the 
season went on. Glausser 
ran the ball as effectively as 
he threw it, keeping defenses 
honest. 

Other key players for the 
Grant offense were receiver 
Mike MacDonald, who 
averaged more than 15 yards 
a catch, reciever Marc Bor- 
ton and tailback Mike 
Kazlausky. 

Ten Grant offensive 
players were named all- 
NWSC. 

Highlight: a 20-8 win over 
Marian Central which gave 
the Bulldogs the Northwest 
Suburban Conference cham- 
pionship. 

Warren: A flood and a 1-3 
start could not stop this 
determined bunch of Blue 
Devils. 

Warren started the year 
minus the flashy tailback, 
but a combination of blue- 
collar runners Mike Wagner, 
Dave Davis, Chris Tavajian 
and Leon Darby all con- 
tributed. 

Junior quarterback Derek 
Shetton gained confidence as 
the year went on. 

Defensively, Warren star- 
ted out rough, losing to Niles 
North 20-8. The next time the 
opponent would score that 
much would be Belivdere in 
Warren's playoff loss. 

Linemen John Dollen- 
mater led the team in tackles 
and was named the North 
Suburban Conference's third 
best player. In all, six Blue 
Devils made the all-league 
list. 

Highlight: a 14-9 win over 
Stevenson which clinched 



the playoff berth. 

Carmel: Mike Fitzgibbons 
started his rookie season at 
the Corsair helm with a bang 
and ended as such. 

The Blue Devils beat up on 
Waukegan East and Wood- 
stock for a 2-0 start. But then 
came a four-game stretch 
that saw the offense struggle 
against four state-ranked 
teams. 

The defense remained a 
strength throughout most of 
the season. The line on both 
sides of the ball played well, 
as noticed by East Suburban 
Conference coaches in the 
all-league selections. 

After the four straight 
losses, Carmel gained con- 
fidence with a win over 
Notre Dame at home. 

The in the final two weeks 
of the season, Carmel's of- 
fense exploded for 82 points 
against weaker ESCC 
teams, 

Donell Foster was the cog 
which led the Corsair attack, 
scoring as many as three 
touchdowns. Junior quar- 
terback Steve Brims was a 
steady signal-caller. 

Linemen keyed the 5-4 
season. Joining Foster on the 
all-league team were tackle 
Ken Goodwin and center 
Mike Mudd. Linebacker Joe 
Tarzian also made the 
league's first team. 

Highlight: a season-ending 
40-6 win which clinched the 
first winning season since 
1972. 

Round Lake: Talk about 
starting a title defense with a 
downer. 

The Panthers came into 
the fall campaign with high 
hopes of repeating as Nor- 
thwest Suburban Conference 
champs and making their 
second-ever trip to the state 
playoffs. 

Then came Grant. 

A 27-0 loss in the first 



NWSC game of the year 
halted those hopes. The Pan- 
thers then lost two of their 
next three games, to John- 
sburg and Marian Central. 

Dunn likes to call his team 
"survivors"." They did just 
that in the second half of the 
season, beating Grayslake, 
Wauconda and Lake Zurich 
to end at 5-4. 

Quarterback Walter Tesch 
was dependable. 

Chuck Banker was the 
team's offensive threat and 
his absence in mid-season 
proved costly. 

Linemen Pat Molidor, 
Scott Akers and Scott Center 
were all-NWSC along with 
linebacker Mike Fox. 

Highlight: a 25-16 win over 
Lake Zurich which gave RL 
revenge for last year's 
defeat and clinched the 
second winning season. 

Johnsburg: Inconsistency. 

That was the watchword 
for the Skyhawks, who came 
so close to turning the 
program into a winner. 

Coach. Mike Roberts' of- 
fense started slowly; as the 
team lost its first two games. 

Three straight wins - in- 
cluding a victory over Round 
Lake, gave Johnsburg hope. 

But Grant stopped the 
'Hawks cold before a huge 
Johnsburg Homecoming 
crowd 28-6. Those six were 
important, though, because 
they represented the first 
points scored against the 
Bulldogs. 

The defense was led by all- 
league picks Charlie Giovan- 
ni, Jeff Heummann and 
Emil Marunde. 

Offensively, Pete Pegast 
and Giovanni led the way 
behind quarterback Frank 
Husak. 

Highlight: a 15-0 upset win 
over Round Lake. 

North CnlcagoRespect. 



That's what coach Bob 
Brothman's team gained. 

The Warhawks won three 
times this fall after 1-8 in 
1985. 

Bright spots for the future 
include returning all-league 
picks Tom Newberry and 
Eric Thompson. 
- Highlight: a 16-7 win over 
Warren. 

AntiochThe Sequoits kew 
1986 would be tough when 
1985 ended. 

Most of that team which 
made the playoffs also 
graduated and that left an 
inexperienced bunch for 
coach Steve Wapon's staff to 
work with. 

Add to that an impending 
teachers' strike, injuries and 
Mnegiblity woes, and the ; 
Sequoits can be proud to win 
three games. 

Running back David Wick 
was the main cog in An- 
tioch's offense and made the 
all-NSC team. Defensive 
tackle James Smith also 
made the roster. 

Highlight: a 27-6 win over 
Mundelein which saw the 
Sequoits blow open a close 
game in the second half. 
Mundelein: When you score 
just 49 points all year, it's 
tough to win games. 

That's the predicament 
the 2-7 Mundelein Mustangs 
found themselves in. Coach 
Gary Heifner's team had 
several "maybes" during 
the early portion of the 
schedule but injuries and 
lack of execution took their 
toll. 

Flanker Jeff Geary and 
linebacker Mike Joerger did 
make the all-NSC team. 

Highlight: an 8-7 upset win 
over highly-favored liber- 
tyville. 

Grayslake: Coach Harold 
Jahnke is probably happy is 
first year back aa football 
coach is over. 



The Rams finished 1-8 for 
the second straight year as 
the general lack of offense 
hurt. Grayslake could score 
no more than one touchdown 
in any game. 

Take heart, Grayslake 
fans. A talented group of 
sophomores which won in '86 
is back next year. 

Highlight: the 6-0 win over 
Wauconda. 

Wauconda: The Bulldogs 
had the rest of the NWSC 
worried when the league 
season started. 

Wauconda, a team predic- 
ted to be at the bottom of the 
league, had just whipped 
Jacobs 26-0. 

But a lack of players dwin- 
dled down to a precious few - 
14 at one point - and made, 
the season long' for coach 
Fred Loffredo and his gutty 
forces. • 

The Bulldogs next chance 
for a win came with a 6-0 loss 
to Grayslake in mid-season. 

Linemen Todd Marlow and 
Dan Torres made the all- 
league team as bright spots 
for Wauconda. 

Highlight: the shutout of 
Jacobs in week two. 

Lakeland Orad 

Airman Thomas W. 
Vincent, son of Janet M. Neff 
and grandson of Virginia R. 
Hudrick of North Chicago, 
has graduated from Air 
Force Base basic training at 
Lackland Air Force Base, 
Texas. During the six weeks 
of training the airman 
studied the Air Force 
mission, organization and 
customs and received 
special training in human 
relations. In addition, air- 
men who complete basic 
trainig earn credits toward 
. an associate degree through 
the Community College of 
the Air Force. 



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Dr. James Doppke, vice 
president for educational 
at' r nirs, College of Lake 
County in Grayslakc, is one 
ol 12 Chicago area educators 
who have been named to the 
advisory committee for the 
copperative master of arts 
degree program in 
educational administration. 
The program is offered 
jointly by three universities 
in the Board of Governors of 
Stale Colleges and 
Universities (BOG) System: 
Chicago State University 
(CSU): Norhteastern 

Illinois University, Chicago; 
and Governors State 
University (GSU). 

University Park. 

The program is designed 
to prepare individuals for 
middle management lecvel 
educational, administrative 
and supervisory positions, 
an-i lo upgrade the skills fo 
th ise individuals who 
piesently serve in such 
positions: Upon completion 
I the program, individuals 
-ho presently serve in such 
)0silmns. Upon completion 
of the program, individuals 
will qualify for careers in 
educational administration, 
school business ad- 
ministration or community 
college administration. 

Dr. Robert Pringle, vice 
chancellor for academic 
affairs in the BOG System, 
says the advisory committee 
will be making recom- 
mendations as curriculum 
revisions are considered. 

"The Illinois Stale Board 
ol Education (ISBE) has 
proposed revisions for the 
requirements of ad- 
ministrative licenses for 
elementary and secondary 
school administrators, 
which, if approved, will 
become effective in Sep- 
tember 1987. The advisory 
committee, which is com- 
posed of superintendents, 
principals and community 
college administrators, has 
been created to provide 
views from practicing school 
administrators as the 
curriculum revisions are 
considered," he said. 

The advisory committee 
will make its recom- 
mendations lo the program's 
coordinating council, which 
is considering the 
curriculum revisions to meet 
the ISBE's proposed 
requirements to make 
positive changes. 

Members of the coor- 
dinating council include 
Pringle who serrves as 
chairman; Dr. Ray Lane, 
professor of educailon at 
CSU; Dr. Jeff Kaiser, 
professor of education at 
GSU; Dr. Jean Baxter, 
professor of education at 
Notheastern; and Dr. Vince 
Malek, graduate dean at 
Northeastern. 

The BOG is the governing 
board for five Illinois public 
universities: Chicago State 
University; Eastern Illinois 
University, Charlestown; 
Governors State University, 
University Park; Nor- 
theastern Illinois University, 
Chicago; and Western 
Illinois University, Macomb. 



Old Gome 

One of the world's oldest 
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outdoor sport played in 
ancient Egypt. Greece and 
Rome. Wooden balls are 
rolled at a smaller ball along 
grass "alleys." 



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$133,250 


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$250 


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$133,250 


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$250 


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$133,250 


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Source: The Meyers Report, a weekly survey ol 115 Chicago area lenders 
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LMcHenry, will offer an "I Quit" Smoking Clinic based on 
^American Cancer Society guidelines for smoking cessation. 
VThe clinic will be offered from 7 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 17, 18, 19, 20, 
F24 and Dec, 1. Information will be provided on stress 

management, coping with withdrawal symptoms and 
[methods to control body weight after quitting. Fee is $35 with 

a rebate of $10 for participants attending all six sessions. Call 

(815)344-5927 ext. 4200 to register. . 

[Gem and Mineral Society Meets 

A general meeting of the Lake County Gem and Mineral 
[Society will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the 
IWaukegan Public Library Auditorium, 129 N. County St., 
|Waukegan. Slides of mineral heritage stamps will be shown, 
md guest speaker Stephen LeMay will present the Tully 
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Winter Camp," for boys and 
girls 8-15 years old, Mathis 
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Mathis chuckled. "Actually, 
our winter quarters are very 
nice- heated cabins, indoor 
plumbing, tasty meals and a 
use of a huge lodge and in- 
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.ORIA DAVIS 

things that people will or won't do to 

above the crowd in some special way 

■ ceases to amaze me, 

intam Books just sent me my new copy 

le Guinness. Book Of World Records so I 

[add some new "I don't believe its!** to 

[amazement file. 

rould you believe that a man named 

les Johnson of Terra Alta, West Va. ac- 

lly grew a beard of 35,000 bees that swar- 

i around a queen bee that sat on his chest, 

i order to get his name in Guiness. 

footnote under this astounding bit of in- 

lation says, "This category has been 

ired." In the name of all the bees in the 

rid, may I say thank goodness. Who wants 

part of a 10-pound beard anyway, even 

It is a famous one. 

1963, 26-year-old Alan Andrews had 
ing better to do than lie on a bed of sharp 
•inch nails for 273 hours and five minutes 
order to go down in record history. As an 
ttra added attraction, his fiancee joined 
Im for the last 34 hours to establish a 
romen's world record for the same thing. 
in't togetherness grand! 
In 1964 the City of Los Angeles was greeted 
rith a treat at the Biltmore Hotel when 
*aseal Leclerc successfully filled a 44-story- 
ill column of champagne glasses from the 
>, using 10,404 long-stemmed glasses. And 
have trouble pouring my husband's coffee 
rithout spilling it. 

How about this for an Easter Egg Hunt? In 
[1965, the Garrison family in Homer, Ga. 
hosted a hunt that involved 72,000 hard boiled 
[hen eggs and 40,000 candy eggs for 10,000 par- 
(ticipants. 

Here's one that makes the Bears' Jim Mc- 
Mahon and Willie Gault look sick. In 1960, on 
the football field of Louisiana University, 
Jerry Mercer stood in one end zone tossing 
grapes at Arden Chapman who stood down 
! field. On the 20th attempt Chapman caught a 
.grape in his mouth that had been thrown 319 
[feet and eight inches by Mercer. 

Speaking of grapes brings wine to mind, 
and wine brings Angela Channing of the tv 
evening soap to mind. 

Did you know that the longest oscillatory 
marathon in cinematic history (screen kiss) 
was between Jane Wyman and Regis 
Toomey in 1940's "You're In The Army 



Now." That kiss lasted 185 seconds. 

No wonder our Pres divorced her. But why 
should she care she's raking in five times the 
salary he is. 

Are you into pasta? Get a hold of Mark Pi 
of the China Gate Restaurant in .Toledo, 
Ohio, who made over 2,000, five-foot long 
noodles in 34.5 seconds. 

Here's a guy that literally fell onto the 
pages of the record book. Lt. I. M. Chisov of 
the USSR, in 1942 fell from his badly 
damaged airplane and toppled parachuteless 
through 21,980 feet of air until he glanced off 
of the edge of a snow-covered ravine and slid 
to the bottom, ending up with spinal damage 
and a broken pelvis, but alive. It is estimated 
that he reached velocities of 185 miles per 
hour during his fall. 

Thinking about cleaning your cupboards 
and closets. It can prove to be financially 
rewarding. 

The largest rummage sale ever held went 
on at the Cleveland Convention Center for 
two days in 1963 and raised $427,000 for a non- 
profit garden center. 

Here's one for those virtuous non-smokers 
to think about. Jim Pural, Livonia, Mich., 
simultaneously smoked 140 cigarettes for 
five minutes, then smoked 40 cigars at one 
time for five minutes, and later kept 38 pipes 
in his mouth for five minutes. 

To show you that this guy hasn't seen the 
latest releases from the Surgeon General, 
he's a non-smoker. 

Just to finish this list of crazy things that 
people will do to get in print, the Rev. Ronald 
Gallagher of the Baptist Temple in Lyn- 
chburg, Va., delivered a sermon that lasted 
120 hours. 

Think about that next Sunday when you 
feel your clergyman is getting a little long- 
winded i 

One might muse on what wonders could 
have been wrought if the determination 
spent on establishing these records would 
have been directed into more fruitful chan- 
nels. 

On the other hand, maybe I'll just get in 
touch with Mr. Guinness, it won't take long 
and I bet I'll have a record number of 
telephone numbers( readable and non- 
readable) written on my desk blotter. 



[Paper Winner 



[(Continued from Page I A) 

.receive a commemorative plaque noting the 

[occasion. 

The contest was conducted in com-- 
! memoration of the Antioch News' 100th year 
of publication. The News-Reporter also 
| published a special commemorative section 

with reprints of some of the top stories from 
the past 100 years to celebrate its centennial. 

"The Oldest Newspaper Contest served 

I several purposes," Schroeder said. "First 

|and foremost, it was designed to involve 

I members of the community in our 

celebration. It also helped add to our files, 

though. Some early publishers did not keep 

complete records, so we do not have copies of 

each and every edition that has ever been 

I published. 

'The Antioch Library is helping us to 
licrofilm our back issues so there will be a 
irmanent record of the history of Antioch 
md the role the Antioch News has played. 
te still welcome any old issues that anyone 
light have stored away." 

acant Fire 

Continued from Page IA) 

foyne Parthun, was formerly known as 
^unl Mim's Kitchen. Parthun said that the 
Hiding stilLhad its gas and electric con- 
ations. 

The Antioch Fire Depl. got the call that a 

|re was in progress at 5:51 a.m., and arrived 

It the scene at 5:59 a.m. Fire lighters then 

liscovered that the lire was located on the 

x-ond floor. 

First arriving companies noticed that both 

tie hack door and second floor doors were 

i n. Parthun said that the fire's point ot 

ngm was the attic, right under a set of roof 



After a century of continuous publication, 
Schroeder is looking forward to the second 
hundred years. 




In Callage Now 



Steve Behrendt, a 1966 Antioch Com- 
munity High School graduate, is now a 
defensive back for the Illinois College 
Bluebirds. He is the son of Solly and 
Tom Behrendt of Antioch. 

ra Iters: 

The second floor was set up as an apart- 
ment, though at the time of the lire it too was 
vacant. 

A Lake Villa tanker truck was called in lor 
assistance during the fire. Antioch and Lake 
Villa lire fighters then controlled the blaze m 
about 90 minutes, 

Parthun said that the cause of the lire is 
still under investigation. He also added that 
any lire like this must be investigated as a 
suspicious fire. Parthun said that when you 
"take a .vacant building, and a lire starts in 
the middle of the floor," it is suspicious. 



Sequoit VFW To Offer 
Scholarship Program 



A National Broadcast 
Scriptwriting Program Is 
again being sponsored this 
year for high school 
students, grades 10 through 
12, by the Antioch VFW 
Sequoit Post 4551 and the 
Ladies Auxiliary. It is the 
40th annual "Voice of 
Democracy" scholarship 
program, which is designed 
-to-glvc high school sjudents-- 
the opportunity to voice their >. 
opinions about/ their- 
responsibility to our country 
and to convey them via the 
broadcast media [/to all of 
America. This year's theme 
is "The Challenge of 
American Citizenship." 

Chairpersons Bob Lehner 
•and Elaine O'Donnell 
proclaim that each state 
winner is provided with a 
five-day, all-expense paid 
trip to Washington , D.C., 
plus the" opportunity to 
compete for national 
scholarships totalling 
$32,000. First place is 514,000, 
second place is $7,000, third 
place is $4,500, fourth place 
$3,500, fifth place $2,500, and 
sixth place is $1,000. 

Commander John Scott of 
Sequoit Post 4551 states that 
there will first be an award 
ceremony given at the post 
home to the winner from this 
area, who will then be placed 



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in the district; competition. 
Awards will be given In 
district competition and then 
submitted to state com- 
petitions. To enter the 
contest, students should 



contact their high school 
teacher . or principal, or 
contact Sequoit VFW Post 
4551 at (312)395-5393. 
Deadline for submitting 
entries is Nov. 15. 




Steady Employee 

Sophie Burdelik was recently honored by Great 
American Federal Savings for her 20 years of service 
to the company. Burdelik joined Great American 
Federal Savings on Oct. 31, 1966, as a teller when.it 
was still Antioch Savings. She is now a senior savings 
counselor. 





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Down to Earth Garden Center 

Sweeney Foodworks 

Get the Net Bait Shop 

Travel Centre 

Whipple Tree Farm Antiques 

Carousel Cleaners 

Schaefer TV & Video Center 

Kelch's Fine Foods 

European Tan Spa 

Island Foods 

Pizza Sam's 

Armetta's Book Shelf 

Mer's Restaurant 

Murphy Auto Parts 

Wauconda National Bank 

Merchandise Clearance Center 

Towne Travel Agency 
Citicorp Savings 



John's Union 76 

The Bakeree' 

Brans Nuts 

Wauconda Video Center 

Wauconda Paint & Glass 

H.E. Prior & Assoc. 

Wauconda Orchards 

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Shear Originals 

Sunshine Flowers 

Millies Unlimited 

Painters Drugs 

Main Street Cafe' 

Ellison Auto Clinic 

Glenbrook Realty 

Edward Hines Lumber 

Tom's Cleaners 

Convenient Foods 

1st National Bank of Mundelein 

Victor Ford 

Grass Roots Energy 
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WKRS And TWA Spell Bears Football Adventure 



The Lake County sheriff's 
>ff ice has agreed to acquire 

computerized information . 
system that will speed up the 
[booking of inmates and im- 
[ prove management ef- 
[ficiency at the Lake County 
Mail. 

The Correctional In- 
stitution Management In- 
formation System (CIMIS) 
was developed by the Illinois 
Criminal Justic Information 
Authority, a state agency 
based in Chicago. Lake 
County officials signed an 
agreement with the 
Authority to install CIMIS in 
the county jail early next 
year. 

Once installed, CIMIS 
will: 

-Maintain descriptive in- 
formation about each jail in- 
mate, including medical, of- 
fense and criminal history 
data. 

-Keep track of each in- 
mate's housing location. 

-Determine the release 
date of each inmate sen- 
tenced to time in the jail. 

••Generate a daily 
schedule of activities for 
each inmate, including court 
appearances, medical ap- 
pointments, visits and other 
events. 

-Produce management 
reports and support other 
adminstrative work. 

"CIMIS provides the in- 
formation jail ad- 
ministrators need to main- 
tain safe, well-managed 
facilities," said J. David 
Coldren, the Authority's 
executive director. "The 
system lets officials know 
exactly who is in the jail at 
—any time, where they are 
, housed and what their 
._ criminal histories are." 

The Lake County CIMIS 
will cost approximately 
$134,000. Half the system will 



be paid for with federal 
money made available to the 
state under the Justice 
Assistance Act of 1964. 

Lake County is one of five 
Illinois counties to install 
CIMIS during the first year 
of the federal program. 



It's almost a year since the 
Chicago area took to heart 
the story of Barbara Blaln, 
1985 winner of the 
WKRS/TWA Bears Football 
Adventure. 

"The Monsters of the Mid- 
way are on the move again. . 
.and we're ready to follow 
them to Dallas in another 
WKRS/TWA Bears Football 
Adventure," said Rich 



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promotions direc- 



Once each morning at 
7:30, and again throughout 
each afternoon, WKRS will 
read a listener's name. That 
party will then have 12 
minutes and 20 seconds to 
call (312)244-1220 and claim 
their qualifying prize of a 
lube, oil and filter change 



furnished by Jim Sorensen 
Chevrolet in Waukegan. 
They will then be qualified 
for the Grand Prize Football 
Adventure, featuring round 
trip airfare on TWA, a 
deluxe room for two at the 
Marriot Quorem Hotel in 
Dallas and use of a rental 
car with a WKRS personality 
from the Adventure Con- 
nection in Waukegan, two 



tickets to the Bears/Dallas 
game on Sunday, Dec. 21 and 
$100 expense money. 

Qualifying starts Monday, 
Nov. 10, and continues until 
the Grand Prize drawing on 
Friday, Nov. 21. So tune in, 

and join WKRS for another 
great football season. 



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Helpful Civic informa- 
tion to acquaint you with 
your community. Call 
the Welcome Wagon 
representative so that 
she may visit you 

Grayslake 

Wild wood 

Lake Villa 

Lindonhurst 

Viola Reidel 
(312) 334-5971 

Round Lake 
Area 

Myrtle Klemens 
(312)5441617 

Mundeleln 

Marion Butler 

(312) 362-1567 

You are entitled to a 
complimentary 
subscription from your 
hometown newspaper. 
To receive your paper 
contact your Welcome 
Wagon representative 
or Call Lakeland 
Newspapers at (312) 
223-6161 



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at Skokie Federal 
are going places . . . 




Like San Francisco, New York and Orlando for just 



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Open a checking or money market account. Then pick the 
place Continental Airlines will take you there for just $89.95 
one way. It's that easy to go to many exciting places with a 
qualifying account from Skokie Federal. 

Here's how it works: 

Open one of our checking or money market accounts by 
depositing the minimum balance required {see chart). You can 
then buy up to 4 travel certificates, each good for a one-way 
ticket to any of Continental Airlines' 59 destinations on the U.S. 
mainland. For just $30 more each way, Continental will fly you 
to any of 7 cities in sunny Mexico. 

Your certificates are good for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
;and,Saturdays $ (other days $30 more each way) now through 
May 30, 1987. A round trip purchase is not required. 

You've got the flexibility of reserving your flight with Continental 
as little as 7 days in advance. There is no penalty or loss if you 
change your travel date or time. You can redeem your certificates 
for tickets at the airport ticket counter up until two hours 
before departure. 



Be one of our new accountholders who will soon be going 
places. Stop in or call any Skokie Federal office for details or 
to open your account. Then pack your bags and take off! 

'Travel certificates may not be used for travel on the following dates: 
November 25 -December 1, 1986; December 16, 1986 -January A, 1987; 
February 20, 22 and 23, 1987; April 17 - 20, 1987; May 21 - 23, 25, 26, 1987. 

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Still Going Strong At 60 



Doug and Bonnie Rockenbach admire a vintage 1927 Chevrolet that might have 
graced the Rockenbach showroom 59 years ago. Although celebrating their 60th 
anniversary of doing business as Rockenbach Chevrolet, the 1927 model was as old 
a car as could be found for the celebration. The dealership was mobbed last Friday 
and Saturday as people from all around came to wish the Rockenbachs well and to 
take a chance on winning o car in a special drawing, — Photo by Charles Johnston 



Peoples 
Reports 

Peoples Energy Corp., 
which serves Lake County 
communities including 
Grayslake, Gurnee, Mun- 
delein, Lmdenhurst and 
Round Lake Beach, has 
reported a slight decline in 
nel income and per share 
earnings lor its 1986 fiscal 
year ending Sept. 30. 

Consolidated net income 
tor fiscal 1986 amounted to 
S73.5 million, down two-and- 
one-halt percent from net 
income of $75.4 million 
recorded in fiscal 1985. 



Energy Corp. 
Slight Decline 



Per share earnings, based 
on a slightly larger number 
of shares outstanding, were 
$2.27 in fiscal 1986, off three 
percent from year*earlicr 
earnings of 52.34 pershare. 

Eugene A. Tracy, 
chairman and chief 
executive officer of Peoples 
Energy, said 1986 results are 
regarded as good, despite 
their modest decline from 
record 1985 earnings. Colder 
weather, reduced interest 
expenses, an increased sales 
of gas for electric generation 



were positive factors in the 
company's performance. 

Offsetting those factors. 
Tracy said, were lower sales 
to industrial markets due, in 

part, to some large volume- 
customers who switched to 
Number Six fuel oil as a 

result of the sharp drop in oil 
prices. Other offsets in- 
cluded the settlement of 
state income tax issues, 
increased collection-related 
expenses, and higher costs 
lor materials and services. 



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Death and dying arc not 
subjects normally thought of 
as being fit for polite con- 
versation. Indeed, the latter 
is considered by many 
Americans to be the ultimate 
unnatural act. 

Helping the terminally ill 
and their families cope with 
the realities of death has 
been the mission of nearly 70 
hospice programs in Illinois. 
They are being recognized 
Nov. 9-15, Illinois Hospice 
Week, for their efforts in 
demonstrating that death, 
when dealt with openly, is 
the natural end of life. 

"We encourage our 
families to make the most of 
every day," says Karen 
McArdle, president of the 
Illinois State Hospice 
Organization, an affiliate 
society of the Illinois 
Hospital Assn. (IHA). 

"Rather than wasting time 
pretending everything is 
going to be alright, we stress 
making the time meaningful 
by resolving past differences 
or saying and doing the 



things that have been put off 
because tomorrow is another, 
day/' 

Most hospice services arc 
based upon studies revealing 
that people who are sick are 
most comfortable in familiar 
places surrounded by 
familiar faces. Con- 
sequently, nursing and 
physician services, pain and 
symptom control, pastoral 
counseling, bereavement 
care and volunteer services 
can all be provided at home. 

"We are experts in con- 
trolling pain," McArdle 
says. "Whether it's physical 
pain, emotional pain, or 
spiritual pain. We also em- 
phasize hope. Not hope for a 
cure, but hope to make it 
through the year, or the 
month, or just another day 
without pain. Hope changes 
for a dying person." 

There are three parts to 
most hospice programs. The 
first consists of home care. 
The second is inpatient care 
for people who can no longer 
remain at home. The final 
part of the program 




is 



bereavement. "That is 
another area that American 
society doesn't recognize," 
says McArdle. "What is a 
grieving person? How long 
does grief last? How do you 
deal with a grieving per- 
son?" tHospicc generally 
follows a family for 18 mon- 
ths after the death of the 
patient with regular contact 
and counseling services. 

Who is the typical hospice 
patient? According to McAr- 
dle, 90 percent of the patients 
are cancer victims. 
However, a growing number 
of AIDS patients and people 
with other termina! illnesses 
are being served by hospice 
care. More than 25,000 
people are expected to die 
from cancer next year in the 
state. In addition, ap- 
proximately 370 will die 
from AIDS. 

In Lake County, Saint 
Therese Medical Center 
provides STAR Hospice 
care. The contact person at 
the hospital is Karen McAr- 
dle. 



Make the Miracle 

of Birth 
Less of a Mystery 

Victory Memorial Hospital's childbirth education classes help pre- 
pare you for a more relaxed and joyful childbirth. To learn more 
about classes or to register, call 360-4246. 

Childbirth Preparation classes feature lively lectures and discus- 
sions and films about pregnancy, childbirth, newborns... and more. 

(Free of charge. 5 sessions) 

Childbirth with Joy explains what to 
expect when labor begins, teaches 
natural childbirth techniques, offers 
information about the first days of 
parenthood... and more. (6 sessions 
$60.00*) 

Lamaze classes teach special breathing 
and relaxation techniques for use during 
childbirth, and include information 

about your hospital stay, new- 
boms... and more. (6 ses- 
sions $60.00*. 3-session 
refresher course S30.00* ) 

All classes cover natural 
delivery and cesarean birth 
and feature tours of the new home- 
like maternity department. 

• Refunded when you deliver your baby .it Viciory 




To register for one of Victory's childbirth preparation classes, please 
fill out this registration form and return it to Victory Memorial 
Hospital, 1324 North Sheridan Road, Waukegan, IL 60085 
Attention: Marketing Department or call 360-4246. 



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Please check the day and class for which you wish to register: 

Childbirth Preparation Childbirth with Joy Lamaze 
D Tuesdays 7-9 pm □ Thursdays 7-9 pm D Mondays 7-9 pm 

D Fridays 7-9 pm D Tuesdays 7-9 pm 

D Wednesdays 7-9 pm 
D Saturdays 8:30-10:30 am 

Within two weeks, you will receive a written confirmation of your registration 
and the date of the first class. |_ 

Victory memorial hospital 

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:il ARLES JOHNSTON 
>VER THE NEXT few 
s watch for the 
teying for county board 
lirman to be fast and 
ious. Starting off, there 



fact that LaBeUe was the 
clear top vote-getter in his 
bid for reelection. That 
always impresses the 
regular organization. 
Doian will, be the can- 



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Politics 



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i three announced or soon- 

-be-announced candidates: 

:umbent Jim LaBeUe (R- 

>ist. 3), Norm Geary (R- 

)ist. 4), and Jim Dolan (R- 

Hst.5). 

Going into it, Geary has 
'the most votes, but he does 
[not have the 13 needed for 
'election on the first ballot. 
LaBelle has a core of aboutv 
four votes. Elected as a com- 
promise candidate after a 
deadlock between Geary and 
the late Glenn Miller two 
years ago, LaBelle will need 
a minor miracle to be reelec- 
ted. He has neither the sup- 
port of the regular 
Republican organization nor 
the reformers (led by 
Geary) who swept him into 
office last time. 

The regular Republicans 
showed how dearly they love 
LaBelle when Sheriff Mickey 
Babcox contributed to his 
primary opponents' cam- 
paign fund. Babcox is the 
behind-the-scenes (and 
sometimes in-front-of-the-sc- 
enes) leader of the regular 
Republican Party. 

The reformers feel 
betrayed by LaBelle's ef- 
forts to make peace with the 
regular Republican 
organization. They are con- 
vinced that to elect him 
would guarantee more of the 
same for the next two years. 
Running in his favor is the 



didate with the blessing of 
the regular Republican 
organization. That is not 
enough to win, though. 

What do 1 predict? Well, 
after several ballots, Geary 
will have put together a 
coalition of reform 
Republicans and 

Democrats. If that is not 
enough, then a surprise can- 
didate will take it all. I have 
a feeling .that if Geary can- 
not put together a winning 
coalition, the next county 
board chairman will be a 
woman. Her name is 
Eleanor Rostron of 
Waukegan. 

Rostron is respected by all 
factions of the party. Though 
she has her disagreements 
with individual members, 
she is trusted by almost all. 

THREE CHEERS FOR 
the most modest legislator in 
the Lakeland area. I con- 
stantly' get informative, 
timely pieces of information 
on state programs from 
State Rep. Dick Klemm (R- 
63). Funny thing is, he never 
puts his own name on the 
press releases he sends out 
- from his of fice. 

I talked to him about it and 
he said he just wants to get 
important information out to 
his constituents. Just this 
week, I got a piece from him 
on energy conservation and 
state programs available to 



Historic Preservation 
To Be Discussion Topic 



The Waukegan/Lake 
County Chamber Foundation 
is sponsoring a community 
information meeting at 7:30 
p.m. on Thursday. Nov. 20, 
at the Waukegan YWCA 
gymnasium. The topic for 
the evening program will be 
a general review and 
discussion of historical 
preservation of structures in 
the United States. 

"This meeting is designed 
lo show and inform all those 
interested in historical 
preservation of what the 
federal guidelines are and 
how they have ben main- 
tained throughout the United 
Stales," according to 
Charles C. tslcy III, 
Chamber Foundation 
executive secretary. 

Keynote speaker for the 
meeting will be Redd Griffin 
of Oak Park, former 
member of the board of the 
Frank Lloyd Wright Home 
and Studio Foundation in 
Oak Park, and now the 
president of the board of the 
Ernest Hemingway Foun- 
dation and a former member 
of the Illinois State 
Legislature where he co- 
sponsored legislation on 
historic preservation. At the. 

So Much For 
Diplomacy 

The month of March was 
named after Mars,'' the 
Roman god *>t war. 
presumably sanity ing that 
the mililar. campaigns 
interrupted by winter could 
l)e resumed. 



conclusion of the presen- 
tation there will be a 
question and answer session. 
" The Foundation will also 
have information to 
distribute on the federal 
guidelines for historic 
preservation plus a display 
of Lake County area historic 
sites. 

All individuals and 
organizations interested in 
historical preservation 
should plan to attend this 
two-hour evening session at 
the YWCA gymnasium, 445 
N. Genesee St.. Waukegan. 
There is no charge. 



help senior citizens 
weatherize their homes. Not 
once was Klemm's name 
mentioned. 

When you see the piece 
elsewhere in the paper, you 
will notice that I have added 
Klemm's name to the piece. 
Though I get tons of releases 
from politicians, I only use 
those which are of the 
greatest interest and 
usefulness to readers. When 
a politician puts together a 
good piece, I think he should 
get credit for it. But I also 
thought you should know 
that Klemm sends out the 
most consistently useful 
pieces while never bothering 
to take credit for providing 
it. 

AFTER A HARD, 

sometimes bitter campaign 
for the county clerk's office, 
I was very pleased, to see 
how graciously both ladies, 
Linda Hess and Donna-Mae 
Litwiler responded to the 
results. 

Hess thanked those who 
supported her and was back 
at work the day after the 
election with no hint of 
gloating in the aftermath of 
her victory. 

Litwiler, after learning 
she had lost, responded with 
a wry smile and said, "Well, 
if God doesn't want me to be 
county clerk maybe he wan- 
ts me to be President." 

With the elections over, I 
am sure both ladies are 
breathing a sigh of relief as 
they go back about their 
business without a spotlight 
constantly hanging over 
them. 



County 

DA HESS <D) 49,858; Donna- 
Mae Litwiler (R) 47,104. 
'. Lake County Sheriff: 
ROBERT "MICKEY" BAB- 
COX <R> 61,5*7; Sander 
Stagman (D) 34,945. 

Lake County Treasurer; 
JACK "RED" ANDERSON 
(R) 82,848; Bob Flannery 
(D) 31,353. 

Regional School Superin- 
tendent: SYBIL YASTROW 
(R) 75,2*2; no opposition. 

County Board Dlst. 1 (two 



elected) 



HELEN 



BELMONT AMENDOLA 
(R) 15,417; RICHARD 
PRICE (R) 12,283; Michael 
Simkin (D) 8,693. 

County Board Disi. 2 (two 
elected): JOHN BALEN (D) 
4,545; MATTHEW MIHOLIC 
(R) 4,285; Frances Vetrone 
(R) 3,594; R. Jerome Hodge 
(D) 3,567. 

County Board Dist. 3 (two 
elected): JIM LABELLE 
(R) 8,798; SAMUEL E. 
PAYNE, SR. (D) 8,882; Bud 
Bailey (R) 6,506; Bertha 
Ogrin (D) 5,564. 



County Board Dist. 4 (two 
elected): NORMAN GEARY 
(R) 11,260; CHARLOTTE 
"CHAR" KIESGEN (R) 
10,838; no opposition. 

County Board Dist. 5 (two 
elected): F.T. "MIKE" 
GRAHAM (R) 13,057; 
CAROL CALABRESE (R) 
12,879; no opposition. 

County Board Dtst. 6 (two 
elected): BRUCE HANSEN 
(R) 13,212; JOHN REINDL 
(R) 12,166; Virginia Krueger 
(D) 5,699; Peter Suk (D) 
4,070. 




Three Winners 



Republican victors in county board races stop to compare notes and plan for the 
next session after victory is certain. From left are John Reindl (Dist. 6), Rick Price 
(Dist. 1), and Bruce Hansen (Dist. 6). Hansen pledged that the battle over landfills, 
a reference to the Heartland settlement which includes an 88-acre incinerator and 

are set in bold capital let- landfill, is not over yet. — Photo by Charles Johnston 

ten: 
State 



FOLLOWING ARE 

FINAL totals for major can- . 
didates in Lake County 
races. The winners names 



Rep. • 81st Dlst: 
JOHN MATIJEVICH (D) 

8,888; John Bobel (R) 3,177. 

Circuit Court Judge: 
JOHN GOSHGARIAN (R) 
81,813; Peter Staben (D) 
31,826. 



Long Count 

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belbre the rules were 
modified, contestants could 
Ik* locked in holds for so long 
that single bouts lasted 11 
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floor covering for 
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(312)223-6161 (312)587-8400 
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(312)689-4600 
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HOUSE HUNTING? Find 
just the home you're 
looking for in Lakelond 
Newspapers' Classified. 







vill* wt. 

SPECTACULAR 
RETREAT 

13 Km bad. J Km raord axwnrxJ 

»<* mi 17.00c m ft »«* * msrocm. 

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(212)969-0444 
(716)846-8000 



■T OWNII. 3 bedroom 
home on V, acre. 
Basement, 2 car garage, 
Wauconda. $69,500. Call 
evenings for appointment. 
(312)526-3735 

1-47-69 

FIND A JOB', or fill a job 
with Lakelond Classified. 



Witconiin 

CCXJNTtYHOME 

Of. 4 SIASON VACATION 

IfTlfAT 

IU It »vit there Green tor. mn- 

ting. tr»™ng, odcm^, t * ■! « '** ^. 
cmtl country Miin0. 4 bedroomt. 3 
bor*i, J elwt cnr garage, w^+ 
Dn*tmd pM*sf kotrte, lies. 000. Cofl 
celled. 

(307)033-3400 



HoojpJ For Silt 



COMBO f©» sate by 
owner. Woodhills Bay-Fox 
Lake. 2 bedrooms, 1 Vt 
baths, living room, dining 
room and Kitchen. Deck 
overlooking Mlneola Boy. 
Appliances and drapes In- 
cluded. $53,500. 

(312)223.2007 

1-49-67 

■V OWNII Looking for a 
doll house? Here it Is. Cute 
2 plus bedroom, country 
decorated, cape cod. 
Energy efficient, double in- 
sulated windows. Washer 
and dryer, stove and 
refrigerator only 4 years 
old. 1 Vt car garage. 1 y h 
blocks from school. No 
agents pleasel Con- 
ventional or assumable. 
Asking $42,000. but 
negotiable. 

(312)546-7902 
9a.m. lo 9 p.m. 

1-46-43 




RENTERS ALERT 

Large lot, new roof, new wiring and new carpeting. I 
Sound interesting? Come see this 2 bedroom home 
with attoched J V> cor garage. Priced to sell fast at I 
onfy $36,800| 

CHARMING IN-TOWN LOCATION 

Nice 2 story home with recently updated kitchen and] 
both. Formal dining room, living room, and 3 1 
bedrooms. Newer 2 cor heated garage. A little point I 
and new siding would make this home the show place I 
H deserves to be $58.500 1 

INCOME OR PERFECT INLAW 

2 year-round homes on the Fox River. One 2 bedroom 
home and o 1 bedroom home, both in good condition. 
59* waterfront and the owner may even help with the 
financing. See this exceptional value today... .464.500 

LOOKING FOR LARGE ROOMS? 

This well kept 3 bedroom home Is just what you've 
been waiting for. Large living room and a family room 
with wood burning fireplace. Fenced bock yard for the 
children or pets. Even a 2 car garage for 
Dad $69,900 



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Tri-tevel, large family room, 
flreptoce. Vh baths. Vh car 
garage, greenhouse. 
OWMH ANXIOUS! S1 1 1 .900. 

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ILLINOIS & WISCONSIN 

(312)395-8600 

959 MAIN ST. ANTIOCH, IL 



OMMI TKANSFUfflD. 3 
bearoofn brioi ranch, central 
«, fireplace, country kit- 
chen, SI 20.000 



mamvi 

Custom built 3 plus 
DOarooms up. 3 on tower 
tovel, *\ uuffts. Motner*if>-iow 
orranaement in lower level. 
Wet bar. fireptoce, central 
air, much mere. $235,000 

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MJIUKMO. 



16 units, 2 bedroo ms , ap- 
pliances included. Groat 
location In central Oornee. 
WaAiIng distance to schools 
and partis. 1325.000. 

Saa Jock la Counrall 

TSlI-JlffZI. 
MAKI A PAULSON 
(312) 



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flOO-ltAUTIFUl CUINiE TNI-lEVtT-3 
bedroom I % balhi and lomily loom. 
Large nkely londuoped lot on o quiet 
cul-de-loc. Ittn horn* hat been wall 
idkmn cor* ol, Enjoy lb* lovely pork ond 
creek i hot odjoin the property. 1*6,900 
POI 4 POI. INC. (313) 360-9333 



flOlHOtN Of PLENTY.? room Cap, 
Cod with 3 bedroom*, oolley kitchen, 
lomily room/living room. dan. Located 
in qmei neighborhood on ? Ion. En- 
calt*nr condition. Owrw contder VA- 
FHA tola. Walk to beach < pork. Hurry I 
SH.WO. * 

POI 4 POE. INC. (313) 1 73 1171 



flOO-OPfN NOUSI. SUNDAY 11.i*._ 
1 Mffl PJA.-S7 PenKnq N.. Mundiliin. 
Oiraclkm: South on O ta 63 6 60. Mi 
on HUdiothion, Might on Cryifo). tight 
on Perihing. Spoctout 4 bedroom. 3 
both Honed lonch. 
POE 1 POI. IMC. (313)393-7313 




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#103-1 ARCS 1 BEDROOM GURNCC 
CONDO-2* Hr. Security. Kitchen 
ovarlookt living room with od joining 
dining orao. Ahnlar bedroom hoi 
private bath ond walk-In clotet. Thii 
unit it in neweit building at Heather* 
•Idge, Clot* lo pool. 
POE & POr. INC. (313) 360-9333 



fl04-HOU0AYS AHEAD Caleorote in 
Ihii I itory Colonial with i bedroomi, 
IV, boihi, Grociout 1" lhoped Irving 
room, lormol dining room with 
chandelier Lower level rec room. 7 cor 
gorog* with electric opener i. % block 
lo i he beoch. Coma Sea I SS3.O0O 
POE 1 POE. INC. (313) 333-ai7e 




tlOS-INOUSlDC WArttfUONl -Price 
reduced on ihii wotarlronl horn*. In- 
terior olfeci S loomi, 3 bedroomi. 
Horn* it ilfuoted on a Large lot with at- 
| call to Clun 0-lca.et. S43.000 
POI * POE. INC (313) 393-7313 



POE A POE 



INC. 
REALTORS 



Grav-ilake 
(312)223-8178 

Waukegan 
(312)662-1021 




Gurnee 
(312)360-9333 

Antioch 
(312)395-7313 



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IIVA KIDOf, Libertyvillo- 
by owner. Desirable now 
end unit. 3 bedrooms, 2'/» 
baths, large eat-in kitchen, 
living room with fireplace, 
dining room, den, ,2 car 
garago. Many upgrades. 
Owner transferred. Im- 
mediate possession. 
(312)967-0660 
Kalhy 
weekdays 
(312)631-1407 
Ron 
evenings and weekends 
,-46-2 8 




WAUCONDA rot rent. 
300 to 2000 square feet in 
downtown professional 
building. Utilities included. 
Will divide. 

(312)358-4982 
6-48-29 



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Make your move a 
pleasant one. A 
phone call to me can 
save you time and 
money. 

Call Gait at First 
United/Rayner to 
hear about our no 
obligation relocation 
services. 



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WAUCONDA 

Office 

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Miliar Sal©* 

Dey*(9ia)9te-e3)Oa 
fvenln* (S13) Sae-tM* 



FOR RENT 

From SSS. Including all utililien. 
new carpet, ceiling, point ond 

(SID 440-2112 Ei 



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HM ALL CASH 

Ermac 

Investments 

(312) 517-1234 




WAUCONDA AM A. 

Residential lot 50 x 130. 
415 Foster Road. 

(312)526-8797 

weekdays after 3 p.m. 

4-47-53 



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(312) 507-3367 



FOR RENT 

Rcnind LoAe (Rte. 104) 

ft«novat»d building, cam- 
plated Oclober IS. light in- 
olustrlol and/or commer- 
clal. Immtdlolt 
occMpancy. 

•Uftrt ! 3000 sq. ft wrtlt office 
'Unit 2-3100 sq. It villi office 

•tail 3-3000sq ft. nth oHw 
•IW 4-12Msq. It iM office 
'Unit tested 
B Unitt!900«j.tt.wit1ioiftt 

•IW 7-7500 ^. ft ■» 2 offices 
2kJ ftoor 3000 sq. ft i or pvt 
offices. 

Colt: 

Fred Holtgren 
QlftMo-imiiTt 





A LAKELAND News- 
paper's Classified ad can 
help you turn unwanted 
items into cash. To sell 
almost anything,- just call 
our off ice nearest you. 



WAUCONDA ARIA. 

Studio apartment on Bangs 

Lake. No pets, security 

deposit. $350 a month. 

(312)526-8967 

after 6 p.m. 

7-46-1 




FOR LEASE OR SALE 

■ * 

Grayslake-General Business Zoned 
Brick 2 story building-5,000 sq. h\2 
floors. Air conditioned with gas hot 
water heat, heavy duty electrical in- 
put. Goci downtown location, GREAT 
opportunity to begin your own 
business at reasonable rate. Large 
parking area. Lease at $1000 per 
month or buy for $79,900. 

POE & POE 

(Formerly Murrie & Behm Realtors) 

352 Center St.-Grayslake, IL 

(312) 223-8170 



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1 ROOM con do, un- 
furnished. $280 a month, 
security deposit, electric 
extra. 

(312)792-3384 
after 6 p.m. 

7-46-8 

rtHO A JOm, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 




•LYNWOOO APIS* 

Newly RefJ-Korsrted 

On* be d room. Hound IceVe 
aporlnieril. carpeMd, c»V corn- 
lion, cobec. All urtlitie* e«ev« 
•iectrk. |3et) par month. Mo 
Mutt ' 



■ rwa l ofW ol ieotl & rnonih*. 

(313) 946-5151 

ip.m.totp.n. 



IIS HaflNMq hm 
lakapA 1. (319 M01MI 

Deluxo 1 and 2 
bedrooms, also 3 
bedroom townhomes, 
rent Includes: 

FREE heat and water * 
coble T.V. available 
walk to schools and 
stores furnished/unfur- 
nished military clause. 

townhoman •■eluded* 



THE BEST IN 
COUNTRY LIVING 

Rvducvd Security Deposit 
Hut On* Month Fi 






Spacious one and two bedroo m apartments': Awiilable for 
Immediot* occupancy, wait to wall carpet, color corr- 
dinat«d opplkmces, laundry facilities and storage 
available. Small pets welcome In selected apart m ents. 

Chain O'Urttvs NvOffcy 

Sonlor CI tlEvn Discount 

Call Today For Full Datalht 

(312) 587-9277 



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NEWSPAPERS 

Covering the Rapidly 

Growing Lakeland 

Bi-State Area of 

Lake County, 

McHenry County 

and Kenosha County 

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orJ«e(liiefTve*il l» credit o» poUy reovont. 

All Help. Wonted advecltting ii publitned undar urulred haadutat. 
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advert i »<nf Ihol in any vray violdlat rha Human Brghrt Atl. 






Pleote cnoclt your ad on the FHS1 intorlion dote In mo avonl ol an 
error or ommiiuon. lafceiond Newtpopart will ba ra»poniiAea lor 
OeiV the fits t incarracl intarlion. IKa rHnrtpopar anil be reiponii 
ble tor only the portion « the od mo* it in error, riacna noltfy Iha 
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UNO A J09, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified . 







fMUKUCfTFLACf for imarf 
tthoopera. 



HIDDEN GLEN 

Townbom* In Fok. Lake. 
Two bedroom, don, 
balcony. polio, I -'A 
bathe. Folly corpofod, all 
appliance! Including 
w o i h • r • d r K • f , 
dishwasher, garbage 
disposal. Control air, 
swimming pool, tonnlt 
court and Cable roady. 

TO NEW TENANTS 

Your choice ol Color TV 
or Micro Wave. 

(312)5170030 | 



APAtTMINY AtOVI 
houM for rent December 
lit. 1 bedroom, |3S0 a 

month, reference* 
required, 

(312)223-6783 
7-46-54 



APAtTWiXT KM rent, 
Groyslake. 2 bedroomt, 
lit floor, heated, security 
deposit, and leate. No 
pett. Available December 
1.S400. 

(312)223-8296 

(312)223-2745 

—7-46-73^ 

■UYMS AND tellers come' 
together every week In* 
Lakeland Classified. 



GMYSUKE 

New, luxury 1 and 2 
Bedroom apart- 
monti. Dining Room, 
air conditioning, ap- 
pliances, wall to wall 
carpeting, laundry 
fodlitio*. Balcony or 
Patio. Locatod in 
private country sot- 
ting. Walk to town 
and commuter train, 
Route 120, 1 mile 
west of Route 83. 
Available now rental 
units from $435. 

Call for Appointment 



(312) 6SQ-77M 



mmxm 

Horse Barns, 

Riding Arenas, 

Storage & Commercial 

Buildings 

and Fencing. 

15 Years experience 

Call Fred Doane at 

(414) T28-8BW 

Doano 
Brothers 



Construction 



Emplo 
Guide 



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WOMIN/MIN Earn extra 
money. Sell Avon, near 
home/work. 

(312)566-0990 
17.TF-7B- 



BUFFALO OOOVf. Child 
care, 2 babies and 7 year 
old. Light housekeeping. 
40 to 45 hours per week. 
Occasional evenings and 
weekends, own trans- 
portation. Top $. 

(312)541-5125 
leave message 
14.-46-31- 





.'■ABV SirflNO In my 

Salem, Wisconsin home. 
By the day or week. 
Reasonable rates, hot 
meals Included. Infants 
and above. 

(414)843-3782 

15-47-48 

MOTHIR Of two will 

babysit In my Twin Lokes 

home. Days or evenings. 

(414)877-9202 

—15-46-4 



TMACTOR TBAlilt 
drivers-lf you're at least 23 
with a good driving record 
and work history with no 
more than 2 moving 
violations In 3 years, then 
Poole Truck Line Is for you. 
Drivers with less than 12 
months over the rood ex- 
perience will be con- 
sidered as a Poole Driver 
Trainee. Apply In person. 
Poole Truck Line, U.S. 6 at 
U.S. 150, Moline, Illinois 
(309)799-3117 or 2525 
Western Avenue, 

Plymouth, Indiana 
(219)935-5454. EOE. 

17-46-12 

■UYEM AND sellers come 
together every week in 
Lakeland Classified. 
(312)223-8161 



medical 

SCAROSTOWN HCAITHCAWE 
COMPtEX, a 133 bed lodiltv 
•mM; extensive dlncM lob 
•up,; O.O.N, -mutt possess 
■SN w/S yrs. iwanofwwent 
tup. In ocute hospital set- 
Km. Cell Art Morcello 
2lf/JM-37» 



SfBCHilANGUAGi 
PATHOUOGtST 

Ml time patHloM av o llsMe 
Immediately to provide both 
dtoftnoftk ond theropeutk tef ■ 
vice* to children and edultt in 
out-patient ctlftkal setting in 
and around northwett Indiana. 
Opportunity to expand 
knowledge of computer ap- 
plication to clinical manoge- 
mont. Cornpotltivo wrfary ond 
eomprehemlve benefit 
podtoge. Matlert degree re- 
quired. CFY tuporvUion 
available. 

Contort: John Glover, director, 
Speech-Longuoge-Heoring Sw 
vicei ot (219)949-4000 ant. 20S 



I WILL do oil your 

housecleoning for ■ a 
reasonable rate, 
perienced and very 
flctent. References 
nlshed. 

(312)223-8454 
16-46-1 



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fur- 



Http Wlfliew 




SNOWPLOWfR. owner 
operators, to plow Nor- 
thbrook area, top pay ond 
gas, early hours. Elliot, 
(312)272-0376 

17-48-100 

PINO A JOS, or fill a jab 
with Lakeland Classified. 



Education 

PSYCHOLOGIST 

Ont lulltime school 
Ptychelogict n ud id lm- 
medloletyl I Mutt hove typo 73 
cortlficato o» ichool 
ptvcholoakl ond moot Sloto ot 
lllinoit requirement!. Coll 
lockporl Aroa Sp. Ed. Coop. 



Orivori 

OVHTHHOAOWrWIK 

Wo ora looking for OTR driver* 
with at loatt I yr. verifiable 
OTK experience. 

•FLATS 
•DROP DECKS 
•VANS 
•REEFERS 

Potilble plocement with o 
number of eorrler». Voriout 
bonotitt includad. We've got o 
job for you. For info coll: 

12191923-1313 



— Whether You're 



Buying •Selling •Renting 

We Have Th 
Selection! 



MAINTENANCE 
MAN 

For outside shopping 
center cleaning. 

Llndanhurst And 
Ant loch Area 

$5 per hour 
Monday-Saturday 

Morning Hours 
Retirees Welcome 

Call 
(312) 279-8748 

LOOKING 

FOR 

WORK? 



We hove Immediate job 
openings for the following: 

•Word Pi iK Milrf Cp ero ioca 

'Secretariat 

■Typists 

•Clerks 

•OetafMryOpatafore 



•Product Oajwon t trators 
Short term ond long term 
assignments avoiloole. 
Ask about our benefits ond 
bonus program Including 



Working For You! 





Iceland VJassif ied 

CALL- 

(313) 22341*1 -<»1_3M»£0» £*£?£££> 



oikVtliil ^XUM WOTHCMICAOO 



UbartyviHo 
(312)367-1144 

Wheeling 
(312) 459-6009 



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MMM6EMENT 
CAREER 

Opportunity 2«K to 40K 

II you Hav» told home im- 
provement*, InturorKe, raal 
•»io!» or hove direct ioUi »»- 
parlance. We moy Ktjv* a ipecial 
olfer lor you. II you quality ond 
ara Accepted you will atland our 
manogcrfwnr training c»nl»r 
*fhKt you will b» paid tho rat* ol 
JIS00 par month, upon groduotion 
you will go Into o bronch ollka 
ond ba potd a tolory ol 12000 a 
month plut Incontlrt. Potantiol 
aarnlngt 40K to 60K. 

Call bttwttn I p.m. S 4 p.m. only 

(312) 9494660 

EOE. M/F 



BUS 
DRIVER 

Needed For 

Grayibkt ElMMfitory 

District «46 

Call 
Mr. Miller 

Between the hours of 
8 a.m. & 3 p.m. 

(312) 2234223 



MiHFDWEIS WWm SERVICES 

Is in need of production, light assembly 
and factory workers, in our Mundelein 
Office Area. 

Call For An Appointment: 



O. 



MANPOWER* 

TEMPORARY SCRVtCf» 



(312)949-4100 

Mundelein, II. 




BRING US 
YOUR SKILLS 

Our growing group of Illinois and Wisconsin 
Nswspaptrs has several opportunitias opan 
now in a fast-pacad, exciting field. 



Graphic Artist 

We are seeking a penon keenly interested in Graphic Arts to fill a newly 
created position that combines kerline/pasteup and darkroom respon- 
sibilities. We are willing to train a person with baste knowledge in both 
areas. 

Desire to learn and dependability are more important than eiperience. II 
you «ijoy variety and a fast pace in otilmnf your atatiw eeerpes, contact 
us for further information and to schedule an interview. 

Contact Will Loftergan 

Production Manager 



Part-Tint* 
Pasteup Artist 

We an tot*, far part-time pasta* «Ws*ti* hodueto Oapartra-iL 
Trawim mi out system is m ilit i a to tie nan pwoa. 
Typiat opKieect * *W ••. •>« ■* ««ass»Tf . Tht parw «• are aaeaiiii 
mast ba depeaoaeia. 

Contact Will lonorgan 

Production Manager 



a toe. 



To investigate any of theae opportunities con- 
tact the individual Hated, or call ua today. 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 
(312)223-8161 

30 S. Whitney, P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 




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RADIATION 
THERAPY TECH 

■egiilered or regittry eligible 
radiation therapy tech. lor 
fulltlme day potltlan at pr Wot* 
cantor In Florida, Call Call at 
(813) 936 03*0 or send resume 
la: RTA, 3680 ■roadway, Fort 
My«i ». FL 33901 



IMMIMAft OflNMO 
URMOtOOtST, hWevesle* 

To join 3 Cardiologists in 
busy offic* and hospital 
practice in Ft. Lauderdale, 
Florida. 

Call 

(305)772-2139 



NOW HIRING * 
DAYTIMi POSITIONS 

1 

Apply In Person 

McDonald's 

5555 W. Grand Ave. 

Gurnee, IL. 

(Next to Great America) 



COOK 

Pizza and grill experience. 

Full Tim* 

Apply In Person 

PRIME TIME 

10W. Grand Ave. 
Lake Villa, II. 

Between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. 



LEGAL 
SECRETARY 

Full Time 

Waukegan firm, ex- 
perience a plus, good 
benefits. 

Call: 

(312) 623-0137 

Monday through Friday 



Full Time 
Eipsrisncs Only 

AUTOMOTIVE 

CASHIER 

Excellent Benefits 

Call Judy 

(312) 362-1400 

Bernard Chivroltt 

Libertyville 



$1,075 

PER 

MONTH 

Active company needs 15 
people immediately due to 
expansion and promotions. 
Openings in service, setup 
and display, sales, pickup 
and delivery and 
warehouse department. 
Great opportunity for those 
willing to work and grow 
with the company. Paid 
trips and incentive 
bonuses. Complete com- 
pany training provided. 

FOR INTERVIEW CiLL: 

(312)244-2551 



Convenient 
Food Mart 

Now Hiring Experienced 

* MANAGERS 

And 

* ASSISTANTS 

In Antioch, Gurnee Area. 

Please send resume to: 
C.F.M. Central 
2200 E. Devon 

Des Plaines, II. 60018 



Variety yard work & 
general maintenance, 
use of power equip- 
ment. Flexible hours. 
Experienced, reliable, 
references. Wauconda 
location. 




LABORATORY 
TECHNICIANS 

Interesting research, development, and quality control work 
in various professional settings. WE require a minimum of an 
Associates Degree, prefer Bachelor -of Science Degree in 
Micro-Biology, Biology, and or Chemistry. Experience In 
related Laboratory work is required. Immediate openings, 
long term assignments, good wages, and fringe benefits. 

Call For An Appointment; 

MANPOWER 

Ttckekel Services 

Lakehurst Mundelein 

(312) 623-6640 (312) 949-4100 

•qua/ opportunity mmployr M/f 



QUALITY ASSURANCE ] 

We presently have openings for Inspectors on all 
shifts. Will train applicants with potential. SPC, 
gauging, reading blueprints, measuring parts and 
prior inspection experience an asset. 
Excellent working conditions and company 
benefits including stock bonus plan. For addi- 
tional information and interview appointment 
with a leading manufacturer of filter metfa phone 
or submit your resume to: 

Jt» WHht 116/1412411 

FILTERTEK.INC, 

FJ. lei 131 

■ebree, IL 

equal opportunity employer m/f 









STUDENT 

Reliable boy wonted for 
approximately 2 hours dal- 
ly. (After school hours) 
General cleaning work* 
vacuuming mopping, etc. 

TOMS Cti ANERS 

444 W. Liberty St. 
Weu t eede. II. 



PART>TIME 

•fair* ejt te.OO 
par hour 

If a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Monday through FrSdoy 

Apply In Parson 

SALAD LOVERS 

901 Hawthorn Confer 
Vernon HIIU, II. 



Education 

SPEECH THERAPIST 

Needed to work 3 days a week, 
beginning January, I9S7. Mutt 
hove type 10 certificate In 
i peech' language Impaired, 
Call Lockpart Area $p, Ed. 
Coop. 

(815) 838-6080 



Port-Time 
SALES CLERK 

Experience Helpful 
BALMES FLORIST 

Gurnee, II. 

(312) 249-4644 



RECREATION/ 
PRESCHOOL 

Part-Time 

work In pro-school pro- 
gram*, alter school pro* 
grams, and weekend 
activities. 
Applications available at: 

GMKF.MMIIS1IK7 

4374 Grand Ave. 
Gurnee, Illinois 

No Phonm Call* Pleat* 



Immediate 
Positions 

*OFFICE HELP 
* SALESPEOPLE 

Full Time 

And 
Part-Time 

Please Call 

(312) 680-8440 



Part Time 

TELLER 
POSITION 

For our Mundelein branch of- 
fice. Call or stop by la get ap- 
plication. Coih handling ex- 
perience and polygraph test 
required, . 

COKSUHEft COOP 
CREDIT UNION 

839 S. Lake St. 
Mundelein, IL 

(312) 566-5810 



Part-Time 

* HOSTESS 

Flexible Hour* 

SOftl# AiMsf SOflt# P* We 

*P.M. WAITRESS 

2-3 Nlghtt Per Week 

Apply in Person 

Between 9 a.m. S2p.m, 

Monday-Friday 

GURNEE 
HOLIDAY INN 

6161 W.Grand Ave. 
Gurnee, il 



WATER SOFTENER 
INSTALLER 

Aggressive person to 
do or be trained In ell 
facete of water 

treatment. 

Service- Installation 
And Sales. 

Wages commensurate 
with experience. 

(312) 526-8080 



SUBSTITUTE 
TEACHERS 

Needed For Grades 
K-t 

Apply: 

Emmons School 
District #33 

24226 W. Beach Grove Kd. 
Antioch. II. 

(312)395-1105 



HOME WORKERS 
WINTED 

Make SI 80 Weakly 

Clipping Coupons At 
Home. We Mail 
Checks Each Friday. 

NOW HIRING, 
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 

CiLL REFUNDABLE 

(305) 312-2166, Eii. P 

9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 



FACTORY HELP 
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 

* Richmond and Spring Grove Areas 
•First -Second-Third Shifts. 

* Will Train Men and Women 
*$4~$S Per Hour. 

"Short and Long Term Assignments 
Available. 

Call for Immmdlatm appointment. 

A.E. SCHUURMM TEMPORARIES 

651 Terra Cotta Avenue 
Crystal Lake, Illinois 

(615) 459-TEMP 




Th* Saving Plot* 



HELP WANTED 

* CHECK-OUT 
*FOOD DEPARTMENT 

'CAMERA 
* JEWELRY 

* APPLIANCES 

Full and part-time 
APPLICATIONS TAKEN 

Wednesday, November 12 

Thursdays, November 13 

Friday, November 14 

9:30 to 9:30 p.m. 




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Waukegan, 111. 



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(312)223-8161 



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SMART CA* Buyers shop 
Lakeland Classified first. 
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quick and easy way. Just 
call. 

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Employment Guide will 
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PARK 
MAINTENANCE 

Full Time 

Year round position. Ex- 
perience In pork maintenance 
and tn ' the repair of 
maintenance equipment 
preferred. Mutt be 18 yeori or 
older ond have a valid drlver't 
license. 

Apply In Person 

wmimimfmmtam 

eieW.RolliMM. 
Kauri* t«%« Heights, II. 

[quot Opportunity Employer M/F 



Permanent Position 

WARRANTY 
ADMINISTRATOR 

Top Pay 

Excellent Atmosphere 
Dealership Experience 
Preferred. 

Apply In Person Or Call 

Kathy Livingston 

(312)362-2683 

Liberty Buick 

Libertyville; III. 



DRIVERS 



tOO.OOO mile *ole 
Chkopo bote, Home weekends 
Mm) have 3 *n. ot 330.000 mite* 
ot temi O.T.R, experience wttn a 
good driving record. Comae 
franiport/Ofy Siotoge freight, 
lofe model equipment, Senettt* 
avail. 

(BOO) 223-3347 



ENGINE LATHE 
OPERATOR 

Must Be Fully Skilled 

f urotech International 

Ask For Al Or Tim 

(312)223-4099 



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tflJfWIiK 

'CfUEK STIIUTS 

Bored at home or need 
extra money? We 
have openings in our 
labor reserve pool for 
persons available for 
special projects. Hours 
and days are flexible. 
Starting 'salary $3.75- 
4.00 per hour. 

Appljfln Parson 

CORPORATION 
OF AMERICA 

2800 N. Route 12 

Spring Grove. IL 

equal opportunity empl oye r m/l 

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PHARMACIST 

120 bed JCAH bospllol In 
southeast Iowa seek* a full 
time progressive phar- 
macist. Phormocy has unit 
dose, TPN, IV, odmixture 1 
chemotherapy. Experience 
desired but will train. Excel, 
solory • fringe benefits. 
Send resume to Personnel 
Office. KEOKUK AREA 
HOSPITAL, 1600 Morgan St. 
Keokuk, IA 52632 



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RiwntiR etRTiR 

Has TWO Full Time posi- 
tions in DRAPERY 
SALES. Experience in 
drapery or related home 
drapery sales. Perma- 
ment positions with 
good company benefits 
available. 

Please Apply In Person' 
Monday through Saturday 

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Or Call; 

(312) 367-1234 

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LAKELANO News- 
spar's Classified od can 
elp you turn unwanted 
Jems into cosh. To sell 
■Imost anything, just call 
&ur office nearest you, 
(312)2238161 



SMART CAR Buyers shop 
Lakeland Classified first.' 
Turn your car into cosh Ihe 
quick and easy way. Just 
coll. 



McDonalds 



Grand and Green Bay Rd. 

Now Hiring 

PtVtTM 

Stsf Shifts IrauMt 
Apt*! ti fmm 

12849 W.Grand Ave. 
Waukcgan, II. 



FASHION 
SALES 

MJ. CAJtRCUL, featuring 
the finest fashion for 
todays' woman, will soon 
be opening on exciting 
new store in Ihe 
Hawthorn Mall. Full and 
port-time sales positions 
will be available for 
mature, enthusiastic in- 
dividuals with profes- 
sional appeoranco, who 
can work a flexible 
schedule. 

Apply bt Person on m» lower 

level o* th» Hawthorn Mall 

mar Orange Julius and 

Noah's An\F«t Shop: 

weanesaoy and Thursday 

Noon to 5 p . ft . 

MJ. CARROLL 



DRIVERS NEEDED 

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TELLER 
Gurnee 

(Part-Time) 

W» or* In newd of a mafurv, 
profatttonal Individual to 
worh in this high cuitonwr 
contact potttlon atttrnoont 
and Saturdays. W« »mmk a 
(•am player with good com- 
munication tkllli, a plao*onl 
manner and good Ifgur* op- 
tltudo. Work •ap«rt«nce it 
pr*t*rr«d, but w« will train. 

It you or* Interested please 
coll Linda at: 

(312) 249-2300 




4946 Grand Ave. 

Gurnee, Illinois 60031 

Eqwl OppxlMitr Empia*B 
Htmtt limited vnohinc fecilrty 



CERTIFIED NURSES AIDES 

Immediate openings for employment as Cer- 
tified Nurses Aides, in hospitals, nursing homes 
and private duty in LAKE and McHENRY Coun- 
ties. Excellent wages and fringe benefits. 

Call tor appointment: 

(312)949 WELL 

MANPOWER*©. HEALTH OWE 



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lahetHmf 



Mimdsleln 
(111) 949-4100 



tfqval opportunity employer M/F 



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General Oflkv 



TOP PAY 



PLUS 
$150 BONUS 

We have temporary 
openings close to home 
for eMperienced 



DMFTSKRSONf 
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT 

Leading cutting tool manutaduter seeks dependable, cony 
cietilious individual with Associate Degree or equivalent 
wort eipetience to perform routine and detailed drafting 
duties and to provide engineering and technical support to 
our Sates department. Knowledge of, or course work in, 
geometry, trigonometry, basic physics and manufacturing 
materials are required. 

This full time cateer position offers salary commensurate 
with eipet iertce, excellent benefits and the opportunity lo 
advance with an industry leader. For immediate considera- 
tion, please apply in person at 

ONSRUD GUTTER INC. 

800 E. Liberty Drive Libertyville, IL 60048 
(6 bl. E. of Rte. 21.2 bl. W. of Rte. 176) 



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RIGHT 
TEMPORARIES 



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HAWTHORN CENTER 

Chicago's leading retailer invites you to apply for: 

Christmas Hiring 
Full and Part-time Hours 

"Sale* 

•Stock 

*eUMtaurant Help 

Schedule includes days, evenings and weekends. 
You'll enjoy on exciting Christmas work environment 
with merchandise discount. Call for your appointment 
between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. 
Personnel 

(312)367-1234 

Ext. 610 
Marshall Field's 

Hawthorn Center, Vernon Hills 

•quo/ opportunity rnmploywr m/l 



TELEMARKETING 

We're looking for people who enjoy 
talking on the phone. If you do, we'll 
train you in the exciting field of 
Telemarketing. 

We Offer: 

•Pleasant Working Conditions 
•Flexible Part-Time Evening Hours 
•Incentive Program 
•Complete Training 

This is an ideal position for students, or 
someone wanting to supplement their 
income. Sound good? Then apply in person 
and let's talk. 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

30 S. Whitney. P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 




INJECTION-MOLDING 
FOREMAN-LEADMAN 

Opportunity for Qualified Person possessing at least 5 
years experience in plastic molding. 
Must possess leadership skills as well as working 
knowledge of Set-up and Troubleshooting. 

Excellent benefits and opportunity for advancement 
for qualified individual. Salary commensurate with 
experience. 

Matrix IV, Inc. 

610 East Judd Strwwf 

Woodstock, Illinois 

(815)338-4500 



TEACHER AIDES 

To work with Teachers in Special Education 
Classrooms, In the following schools: 

Lake Villa, Round Lake and Lake Zurich areas. Also 

needed Aides for Early Childhood Program in 

HAWTHORN SCHOOL 

To Apply Coll: 

(312)623-0021 

Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

Sietial Uicatiw Kstrkt tf Late Ctittj 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 



Full and Part-Time 

EMPLOYMENT 

Flexible Hours Weekdays Or Weekends 
Horse Experience Helpful, But Not Required, 
rtyvllle 




Apply In Penan 
Monday - Friday 
9 a.m. lo 5 p.m. 



306 Peterson Rd. (Hwy. 137) 
Libertyville, III. 



EXPERIENCED 
DIESEL MECHANIC 

Hydraulics And Welding A Plus 

Coll Between 8 A.M. And 1 1 A.M. 

Ask For Tom Reese 

(312) 395-2045 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



DRAFTSMAN 

Sheet Metal 

We are a leading manufacturer of industrial ovens of- 
fering an excellent opportunity to a qualified 
Draftsman. 

The selected applicant must have sheet metal drafting 
experience and demonstrate neatness and accuracy 
in their work. 

This is a permanent position with excellent benefits 
and starting salary. 

Please Call For An Appointment 

A.E. Luther 
(312)546-8225 



THE BRIEVE CORPORATION 

Induitrial i laboratory Ovwti I Furnancvs 

500 HART ROAD 

ROUND LAKE. ILLINOIS 60073 




RETAIL 



WE Will TRAIN 

Full/ Part-Time-Flexible Hours: 
'Stack CJtrfct <Smi Irffaf) 

Christmas Pasftiafts- 
EMI Tilt EXTIU laeawa! 
Full/Part-Time ^ 

(••ma intraf) 



We offer benefits plu* ajood solorie* Including o 
gvnwou* employ** discount. 

Application* may ba picked up between 9:30 a.m. -5 
p.m.. Monday thru Saturday 



luJoccomatv 

'otteru 

00 E. GolfRd. Air 



1400 E. Golf Rd. 

(near Aiflonqoln Id.) 

Rolling Meadows. II. 

an «quol opportunity wnployaf m/l 



WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or an 
employee. Lakeland's 
Employment Guide will 
make your search a 
success. 

(312)223-8161 
MARKiYPLACC for smart 
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DRIVERS 

Over The Road 

With I r+or troclor/lrotlw driving 
■■p. Ouoltfiad drly«» mult bs 
abla lo nml oil DOT n- 
aubamantf. For oddHionot info, 
contact tbm SaUty Dapartmanl, 
Ftrkla Ff«iahi llrwi. Wlteonita. 
call (WO) 473-6107 of Ncrltonal 
(800) 3S64IM 



ASSISTANT 
MANAGER 

Looking for someone 
reliable, energetic and 
available for im- 
mediate employment. 
Opportunity to od- 
vance. $300 per week 
to start. 

(312) 949-5660 

Between 1 p.m. ft 4 p.m. 
equil opportunity employe M/F 



TRUCK DRIVER/YARDMAN 

Experienced Only 

Call For Appointment 

(312) 223-8421 

Hooks Lumber, Inc. 



31 S. Seymour 



Grayslake, Illinois 






RN'S 

Weekends 

3 pallia fO I 1 pallia 

1 1 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

CIWIUST FM CMSET TEMPORUT IMSES 

Does You Temporary Employer Offer. 

Paid Holidays? 
Paid Vacations? 

Comprehensive Major Medical Benefit Program? 
Group Life Insurance? 
Referral Bonuses? 
Recognition For Good Performance? 
We Offer All Of The Above And More To Our Nurses. 
Call Today 

(312) 949- WEIL 

Lakehursf Mundelein 

(312) 623-6MO (312) 949-4100 

NlAWff^O-HEAIJH^RE 



CUSTOMER 
SERVICE 

This is an ideal position for the person who enjoys 
o fast paced atmosphere. Good communication 
skills and flexibility are required. Duties include 
typing, telephone inquiries, order entry and ex- 
pediting.* Previous customer services experience 
desirable. Many company benefits including free 
life, medical and dental insurance. 

Contact: 

(312) 459-1500, Ext. 235 

t^ EKCO PRODUCTS, INC. 

77 Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 

An Cqual Opportunity Cmploywf M/F/H 




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BY SALOME -f 






LLY TIL*: Pay attention CO subtle signals. 
Anna (Mar. 21-Apr 191 Take care before you dare. A quick 
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boms, Fatieoce pays off in all matters. 



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, major move, Insist on full disclosure of aO aspects of 
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Vlr*e (Aug. 23.-Sept 22) Not all opinions are valid so far 
h year projected projects are concerned- Be careful to sort 
out those that are sea-flerving from thc» that ere metre. 

timmm Qin* T\ Hi I ~1 rmindt]- mrnn rlmitit Tin- r" - 
a/nff^^-^ \^ n entbuaJaan ^y fmrfmg «it what' a cg n eo t ad 
of you. You're m for a pleasant surprise. Good luck 
-rptelOd. 23-Nov. 21, Don't be panicked into a dad- 
i you're not oorspletaly sure about Get the facts before 
slow youredf lo be rushed into a commitment. 
lagm—HI— (Nov. 22-Dec 21) New trends come into your 
He a* you go into a highly positive social aspect. Change. 
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in hottest new trend in 
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results. Call free today for 
more information. 

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18-46-13 

LONG DISTANCE 

trucking. General freight. 
NorthAmerlcan Com- 
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owner/operators for 
nationwide hauling. If you 
need training, we will train 
you. You will operate your 
own tractor. If you don't 
have one. northAmerican 
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box stalls, indoor arena, 
BOO acres *6f trails, many 
extras. $1 15 a month. 
(815)648-4506 
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■UHDY RISONITf Selmer 
B-flat clarinet. Used much, 
but well, very good con- 
dition. $200. 

(414)551-9902 
1:30 to 3 p.m. 
or after 9 p.m. 

weekdays 
all weekends 

52-46-15 

USSD SOFFIT. B-13 pro, R- 
13 or C-12 in good con- 
dition. $600 or less. 
(414)551-9902 
1:30 to 3 p.m. 
"or after 9 p.m. 

weekdays 

all weekends 

52-46-16 




FOB] SALI Kenmore dryer, 
220 hookup, $175.* Ken- 
more washer, $75. Por- 
table Kenmore dish- 
washer, $45. Kitchen 
table/chairs, $50. 

(312)566-8387 

54-46-71 

SMART* CAR Buyers shop. 
Lakeland Classified first. 
Turn your cor into cash the 
quick and easy way. 



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CEDAR VILLAS' annual 
bake and craft sale. 
November 15, 9 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Hot dogs and coffee 
will be sold. 1899 North 
Cedar Lake Road, Round 
Lake Beach. 

54-46-2 



St. Dismos Church 

HOLIDAY FAIR 

Sunset and McAree 
Waukegan, Illinois 

Sot.Nov.l51IAiA.7PJW. 
Sun. Nov. 16 10 A.M.-I2.-30 

CHICKEN DINNER 

Sat. 11:30-2 P.M. 

4 P.M.-7 P.M. 

Baked good*. Handcrafted 
items, Needlework, 

Games for all ages! 



MOVING SALE. Dining 
room set, recreation room 
furniture, 3 piece corner 
grouping, miscellaneous 
household and garden 
items. 

(312)587-0182 
(312)870-7750 

55-46-31 

BASEMENT /GAR AGE 
sale-2 family sale-Infant 
and children's clothing, 
boys and girls, baby fur- 
nishings. Household items, 
some toys and lots more! 
All in good condition and a 
qood price! 2484 Teal 
Road, Lindenhurst. 

Thursday, November 13 
and Friday, November 14, 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Satur- 
day, November 15, 9 to 12 
a.m. No early birds! 

— 55-46-29 

GARAGE SALE. Furniture, 
appliances and much 
mor«. November 15th and 
\ 6th only. 340 Larkdale 
Row, Wouconda. Hours 10 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

(312)526-3524 
55-46-33^ 




ADMIRAL SIDE by side 
refrigerator, 25 cubic feet, 
good condition, $225 or 
fair offer. 

(312)546-8668 

57-46-44 

WIZARD Of Oz, collec- 
tion, dolls, plates, etc. 
(312)526-3779 

57-46-67 

ATV TIRES, 2 Buckshot size 
25x13.00-9. 

(312)623-3878 

57-46-54 

DIAMOND SHARE 
cocktail ring with 16 
emeralds and 11 
diamonds. 

(414)843-3782 
after 2 p.m. 

57-47-42 

WHOLESALE camcorders- 
VCR's and radar detectors - 
All brands, no tax. Shop 
best local prices, know 
exact model number 
wanted before you call. No 
quotes otherwise. Cam- 
corder catalogs only. No 
catalogs for VCR's. 

1 -(800)344-71 23 
57-46-11 

ieee sunreds. Sunai- 

Wolff. Save 50%. Call for 
free catalog and wholesale 
pricing. Excellent Christ- 
mas gift or money maker. 
M/CorVtSA. 

1 -(800)228-6292 

.57-46- 1 

14*14 TENT, used twice. 
$150. 

(312)244-8959 

57-47-24 



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CLASSIC PtCTUKS 
Hon Flea Market 

Sheridan Rd. A Rt. 173 
WEEKENDS ONLY 



HALF PRICE! 

Flashing arrow »*<jn$ $299! 
Lighted, non-arrow 13891 
Unlighted $3391 Free tetter*! 
See totally. Coll today) 
Factory: 

(600)423-0163 

anytime 



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(2) many features, like 
new. $500 and $250. 
(312)729-5169 

—57-49-17 

CHRISTMAS IS coming. 
Doll house kits. $24.95 up, 
shingles, siding, furniture, 
miniatures. 

(312)587-2800 

57-51 -90 

TREADMILL. Manual typo, 
used once. $125. 

(414)843-3782 

57-47-26 

PHOTOS FOR all oc- 
casions. Weddings, an- 
niversaries, parlies, por- 
traits. Professional photos 
at affordable prices. 
(312)356-2230 
Bruce C, Cairy 

57-52-19 

DUMPER GAME table ex- 
cellent condition $75/best 
offer. 

(312)395-2568 

offer 5 p.m. 

57-47-55 



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oak table, leaf, five chairs, 
lighted hutch. 

(312)7400009 
59-46-46—— 



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ELECTRIC TRAINS wanted. 
Any condition. Jeff, 
evenings and weekends. 

(312)506-9345 

60-46-6 

NAZI AND Japanese war 
souvenirs by private 
collector. Will pay cash. 

(312)438-3191 

60-46-40 

CASH FOR gold, silver, 
diamonds, coins and an- 
tiques. Repurchasing op- 
tion available. William H. 
LTD., 420 Sheridan Road, 
Highwood, II. 

(312)433-5595 
60-46-70 



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P.H.L. 

62-48-1 

I PRAYED to Infant Jesus. 
Sacred Heart of Jesus, and 
asked help ol.St. Therese, 
St. Jude and Our Lady of 
Lourdes. my prayers were 
answered. 

62-46-3 

VISA/MA5TERCARD— Get 
your card today! Also new 
credit card. No one 
refused ! 

1.(518)459-3546 

ext. C3645 

24 hours 

62-47-3 

LET'S GET acquainted. I'm 
Jerry Willner of Bonkers 
Life and Casualty. Call me 
at (312) 673-1303 if health 
premiums ore too high or 
for information of health 
insurance under and over 
age 65. 

62-46-74 

WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or an 
employee. Lakeland's 
Employment Guide will 
make your search a 
success. 

(312)223-8161 



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weight control program. 
No drugs, no oxerclso. 
100% guaranteed. Seen on 
national TV. 

(303)936-8432 
64-46-9 

POUND IN vicinity of 
College of Lake County, 2 
boy's bikes, 1 ten speed 
and 1 BMX. Must Identify. 
(312)223-0955 
.66.46-18 




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You can run your ad 
FREE in -Lakeland 
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call. 

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MOVING MUST sell 14 
feel Jon boat, trailer, 7.5 
hp. motor. $500. 

(312)740-0009 
73-46-47 




1«T7 COACHMAN camper 

trailer, $4600. 

(312)356-9527 

74-47-65 

MUST SELL popup 
camper, sleeps 6, needs 
work, $200 or best offer. 
(312)546-1181 

74 -46-4 1 

19743 FORD camper. V8, 
sleeps 6, shower, toilet, 
self-contained, air. 33.000 
miles. 

(312)395-7606 
74-47-37 




FORD XLT window van, 
52.000 miles, excellent 
shape, rear heater, too 
many extras to list. - 

(312)223-6162 

754661— 

1975 CHEVY custom van, 
all new parts, many extras 
(totally rebuilt) $2200/ 
best. Dependable. 

(312)336-6445 

75-46-48 

19t$ FORD Econoline 
custom van. 4 captain's 
chairs, rear teat/bed, 
drink table, excellent con- 
dition. 1 owner, under 
25,000 miles. $10,900. 

(312)244-1611 

(31 2)662-7620 

75-46-36 

19SS FORD window van, 
250X1, all dealer options, 
must see. New, asking 
$14,500. 

(312)587-4357 
after 6 p.m. 

— 75-47-38 

197S FORD van, El 50 3 
speed with overdrive, 
stereo cassette, power 
steering, power brakes.. 
Best offer. 

(312)356-9426 
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1978 RM2SS Suzuki, all 
new parts, runs excellent, 
$350. 

(312)740-9665 
— __76-46-51 



IftS CHIVY '/. ton pickup, 
low miles, AM/FM stereo, 
cruise, $8500. 

(312)587-6316 

77-47-59 

19M NISSAN pickup with 
cop, AM/FM cassette, 5 
speed, excellent condition, 
32,000 miles, asking $4800. 

(312)244-1737 

after 6 p.m. 

-77-47-58 

19M RLAXER Silverado, 
black 4x4, loaded. Im- 
maculate. Going to school. 

(312)244-5434 
77-46-6 



197* DODGE Duster; slant 
6, excellent condition, 
ready for winter, $1000 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-2292 

83-46-50 

1974 LEMANS, $650 or 
best offer, 

(312)740-9173 

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1977 FORD pickup 

Very used, needs 

$ 1 50 or bost offer. 

(312)362-6051 

before 5 p.m. 

77-46-14 — 



truck, 

work. 



1977 LINCOLN, 2 door 
coupe, fully equipped, 
good condition. $1500 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-5536 

83-46-39 

197* VOLKSWAGEN, fuel 
injection,- new tires, runs 
good, $275. 

(312)546-8409 

after 4 :30 p.m. 

-83-46-38 



1977 4 DOOR Silverado 
pickup truck. $2195. 
(312)395-7606 

77-47-25 

HOT FOOD catering truck. 

Ready to operate. All new 

equipment inside. $7500. 

(312)662-1049 

after 2 p.m. 

77-47-22 

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1973 DATSUN 240Z. ex- 
cellent condition, $1350 or 
best offer. 

(312)362-7564 

83-46-43 

1975 FORD LTD, brown 
with white top, good 
condition inside and out. 
$700. 

(312)7400412 

83-46-45- — 



19S1 PONTIAC LeMans 
station ' wagon, $1295, 
good family car. 

(312)680-5143 
83-46-37 



19S§ CHEVY Citation, 4 
door, automatic, 1 owner, 
very well maintained, 
$1650orbest. 

' (312)223-7861 

83- 4636 

1974 RUICK Century. $150. 

(312)949-6832 

83-46-52 

19S3 CUTLASS Ciera, - 
charcoal., excellent con- 
dition, under 81.000 
highway miles. $3750. 

(312)336-4109 

83-46-55 

1974 MONTE Carlo. 
leaving area. $600 firm. 
Call and if no answer keep 
trying, must sell. 

(312)949-5854 

— 83-46-56— • 



1941 CUTLASS, Supreme 
V6, 2 door. $3000 or ben 
offer. 

(312)7400080 
83-46-53— 

1943 FORD Galaxlo 500. 
good condition, $1000. 

v (312)244-4821 

83-46-57 

1977 RUICK Opel Isuzu. 
runs good, body rusty 
$600. 

(312)546-5608 
83-46-58 

1942 TERCEL, .2 door. 4 
speed, runs great, win- 
terized. $1900. 

(312)587-7033 

83-46-59 

1941 CHEVETTE 4 speed 
hatchback . $ 1 200 o r best . 
(312)546-7558 

83-46-49— 

1VT9 AM Concord. 6 
cylinder, air. new radio, 
shocks and -exhaust. Very 
good condition. 25 mpg. 
$1000. 

(312)587-7514 
83-46-24 

1944 RUICK Park Avenue, 
full equipment, 4 door, 
wire wheels, 307 V8. 
58,000 miles. This car is 
very clean inside and out. 
$91 50 or best offer. 

(312)223-8161 

8 3-46-3 5- 

1979 ■ GMBVETTt, 4 door, 
radio, air conditioning, 
automatic. $1000 or ben 
offer. 

(312)3953075 
83 46-5 



1947 RLACK Chovelle. 327, 
4 speed. 411 post. $2500. 
(312)367-5708 
83-46-74 





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/Under, 3 speed, good 
ttorter and runner. $250. 
(312)546-5456 
83-47-60 




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1*77 RACIR, good running 
cor lor work. $475. 

(312)356-6267 

after 5 p.m. 

83-47-62 



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ACROSS 

1. Mineral spring 
4. Notion 
8. Not right 
12. Sun shades 

14. Monster " 

15. Above 

16. Antlered animal 

17. Grows old 

18. Rips 

20. Put in place 

22. House animal 

23. Beyond bounds 
25. Not sharp 

27. Blossoms 
31. Brag 

34. Lick up 

35. Sweet potato 

37. Name at birth 

38. Representative 
41. Applied cotor 
44. Require 

46. Also 

47. Blackbird 
49. Long fish 

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57. New (Comb, 
form) 

59. Rescue 

60. Equips 

61. Made sorrowful 

63. Otherwise 

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2. Smooth the way 

3. Region 

4. Exists 

5. Female deer 

6. Building wings 

7. Inquired 

8. Mauna 

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9. Purple vegetable 

10. Independent 

11. Try-out 

13. Pointed missile 
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24. Attempt 

26. Behold! 

27. Florida (Abbr.l 
23. Fall behind 

29. Gaps 

30. Tree fluid 

32. Observe 

33. Short for 
Theodore 

36. Small rug 

39. Compass point 

40. Golf mound . 

42. Charged atom 

43. Din 
45. Thick 

47. Land measure 

48. Spike 
50. Guide 

52. Walking stick 

53. Level 

54. Radicals 

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1?M MHO, black, 
automatic, air, AM/FM, 
cruise, clean, 20K, $6300. 
(312)395-7001 

83-47-6 1 

1*77 LINCOLN 2 door 
coupe, fully equipped, 

good condition, $1500 or 
est offer. 

(312)546-5536 

. 83-47-66 

197* OLDS Delta 68 
Royole, 2 door. Perfect 
running condition. Body 
has some rust, but engine 
was always well main- 
tained. Starts In all 
weather. New muffler 
system. $1000. 

(312)223-4518 
8346-68 

1970 EL CAMINO as is. Ex- 
cedent tires, good runner, 
rusty. Needs front end 
work. With or without top- 
per. 

(312)546-8041 

1970 IMW. 3201, silver, ex- 
cedent condition, good 
runner. Must self. $3950 or 
best. 

(312)587-7000 

days 

(312)395-4215 

evenings 

8346-75 

1971 LINCOLN Con- 
tinental, 2 door, white/red 
leather Interior, * Im- 
maculate, new tires and 
low mileage. $1750 or 
best. 

(312)395-6609 

83-47-64 

1971 ■UICK Skylark, 
beautiful condition, 350 
engine. $1750 or best of- 
fer, 

(312)223-5484 

83-47-63 

1971 PONT (AC Safari 
Wagon, fully equipped, 
runs like new, $550. 
(312)249-5931 

83-47-56 

19M CHIVT Citation. 4 
speed, standard trans- 
mission. $700. 

(312)546-6685 
after 5 p.m. 

83-46-5— 

1979 DATSUN B210. 
Selling for parts. 

(312)587-2814 

oftor 5:30 p.m. 

ask for Juan 

83-46-50 



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1976 PONTIAC Trans Am, 
mag wheels, 400 V8 
automatic, 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-44 

1M3 FORD Escort L, 4 
door, automatic trans- 
mission, air, very clean 
and nice. 36,000 miles. 
$3650. 

(312)526-5161 

days 
(312)526-3095 
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83-46-40 



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1979 CAPRICE Estate 
wagon, VB, automatic, air 
conditioning $1699. 
(312)395-7606 

83-47-39 

19M LINCOLN Town car 
loaded, very clean con- 
dition $5500 or best. 
(312)831-2921 

83-46-47 

1976 CORVETTE, leather 
interior, air conditioning, 
tilt, stereo. $5495. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-35 

197$ OLDSMORILE 
Toronado. new brakes, 
radiator, tires. Looks and 
runs great, $2700 or best. 
(312)831-2921 

83-46-46 

19« RUICK Regal, full 
power, air conditioning, 
wire wheels. Brand new 
1986 engine! $3495. 
(312)395-7606 

83-47-32 

1913 JEEP Grand 
Wagoneer. Navy/wood, 
super shape. $9000. 
(312)623-0221 

83-46-45 

1971 ORANADA, 4 door, 6 
cylinder, air conditioning. 
$995. 

(312)395-7606 
83-47-30 

CORVETTES WANTED. 

Any year ar condition. 
Also antique, special in- 
terest cars and very low 
mileage cars. 

(414)245-9395 
83-46-52 : 

1977 RUICK Regal, ex- 
cellent condition, AM/FM 
stereo cassette, $2000 or 
best offer. 

(312)949-3975 

after 5 p.m. 

83-47-57 



1979 MARK V,' sunroof, 
loaded. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-27 

1977 ELDORADO, blue, 

?iass sunroof, loaded. 
1595. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-23 

1977 CHEVY Nova Con- 
cours, runs good, some 
rust. $600. 

(312)587-1632 

83-46-51 

197* CHRYSLER New 

Yorker. Runs great, fully 

loaded, $600 or nest offer. 

(312)546-1568 

83-47-49 

197S OLDS Toronado, air 
conditioning, Brougham. 
$1489. 

(312)395-7606 
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1977 RUICK Skyhawk, 5 
speed, hatchback, runs 
good. $1000 or best offer 1 
(312)689-8793 

83-47-20 

19E4J CADILLAC OeVille. 
leather, tape, lilt, wire 
wheels. $2995. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-21 

197S DODGE. Very good 
buy. 4 door, 8 cylinder, 
many new parts; battery, 
alternator, exhaust system 
and others. Good 
transportation, good tires, 
clean Interior. $500 or best 
offer. 

(312)662-5326 

83-46-34 

1977 FORD, LTD, 
Brougham, fully loaded; 
full power, extremely 
clean, $2500. 

(312)272-4632 

T83-45-5 

1979 CADILLAC. Sedan de 
Ville. 4 door, 87,000 miles. 
Stereo tape. Good running 
condition. $3750/offer. 
(312)998-9686 

T83.456 

1973 JAVELIN 6 cylinder, 
automatic,' power steering 
and brakes, new paint, 
motor and transmission, 
good condition. $1000. 
(312)831-4842 
after 6 p.m. 

T83-45-3 

MARKETPLACE for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. 



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1911 CHEVETTE, 4 spood 
hatchback, $1200 or best. 

(312)546-7558 

83-45-64 

1977 PONTIAC Grand Prix 
LJ, full power, new paint, 
runs good, $2000 or best 
offer. 

(312)740-0070 

83-45-58 

1976 CORVETTE, new 
point, new tires, now 
chrome wheels, automatic 
and more, $7500. 

(312)546-4897 

8345-59 

197S DODGE V8. 9 
passenger wagon. Good 
running condition. $550 or 
best offer. 

(312)223-5774 

83-45-63 

HIS CAVALIER Typo 10. 
17,000 miles. $6600. 

(312)395-2142 

, — 83-45-61 

1982 CUTLASS Ciera. 
charcoal, excellent con- 
dition, under 81,000 
highway miles, $3750. 

(312)336-4109 
-83-46-55- 




19E3 HONDA Civic 4-door, 
sun roof, AM/FM stereo, 
new Micheleln tires, 
excellent condition, $3800 
or best offer. 

(312)587-3328 

after 6 p.m. 

834568 

19E0 CHEVY Citation, 4 
door, automatic, 1 owner, 
very well maintained, 
$!650arbest. 

(312)223-7861 

83-46-36 

1974 LEMANS. $650 or 
best offer. 

(312)740-9173 

83-46-42 

1977 LINCOLN, 2 door 
coupe, fully equipped, 
good condition. $1500 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-5536 

83-46-39 

1976 VOLKSWAGEN, luet 
injection, new tires, runs 
good, $275. 

(312)546-8409 
after 4:30p.m. 

83-46-38 

19E1 PONTIAC IcMans 
station wagon, $1295, 
good family car. 

(312)680-5143 
83-46-37 



1984 BUICK Park Avenue, 
full equipment, 4 door, 
wire wheels, 307 V8. 
58,000 miles. This cor is 
very clean inside and out. 
$9)50or best offer. 
(312)223-8161 

83-46-35- 

1979 CHEVETTE, 4 door,' 
radio, air conditioning, 
automatic. $1000 or best 
offer: 

(312)395-3075 

83-46-5 

1972 DODGE Polora, 4 
door, 8 cylinder, good 
transportation. New 
batlery, alternator, 
exhaust system. Clean 
Interior, good lires. $700 
cash. 

(312)662-5326 

83-45-2 

1972 CHEVY Molibu, $200 
or best offer. 

(312)356-9658 

83-45-27 

1979 AM Concord. 6 
cylinder, air, new radio, 
shocks and exhaust. Very 
good, condition. 25 mpg. 
$1000. 

(312)587-7514 

83-46-24 

1981 CHEVETTE 4 speed 
hatchback. $1200or best. 
(312)546-7558 

83-46-49 

1971 TRANS Am, 6.6 liter. 
T-tops. loaded, no rust, 
very fast, excellent 
throughout, very well 
maintained, adult driven. 
Must see! $3200 or ?. 
(312)362-9807 
(312)566-5145 

83-45-73 

CADILLACS, Mercedes, 
Porsche, etc. direct from 
government. Seized in 
drug raids. Available your 
area. Save SlhousandsS. 
(216)453-3000 
ext. A2053 

— 83-45-16 

1911 FORD Escort GL 
wagon, power steering, 
power brakes, air, 
automatic, tinted glass, 
roof rack, nice little 
economical car. $2199 
offer. 

(312)395-7060 

or 

(312)395-7700 

ext. 72 

83-45-72 






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1979 MARK V. sunroof, 
loaded. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-27 - 

1977 I10ORADO. blue, 

?Iqjs sunroof, loaded. 
1595. 

(313)395-7606 

83-47-23 

1977 CHEVY Nova Con- 
cours, runs goad, some 
rust. $600. 

(312)587-1632 

83-46-51 

197* CHRYSLER New 

Yorker. Runs great, fully 

loaded, $600 or best of lor. 

(3)2)546-1568 

—83-47-49 

1971 OLDS Toronado, air 
conditioning, Brougham. 
$1489. . 

(312)395-7606 

8347-41 

1977 RUICK Skyhowk, 5 
speed, hatchback, runs 
good. $1000 or best offer I 
(312)689-8793 

83-47-20 

1910 CADILLAC DeVille. 
leather, tape, tilt, wire 
wheels. $2995. 

(312)395-7606 
83-47-21 

1972 DODGE. Very good 

buy. 4 door, 8 cylinder, 
many new parts; battery, 
alternator, exhaust system 
and others. Good 
transportation, good tires, 
clean interior. $500 or best 
offer. 

(312)662-5326 

83-46-34 

1977 FORD. LTD. 
Brougham, fully loaded; 
full power, extremely 
clean. $2500. 

(312)272-4632 

T83-45-5 

1973 JAVELIN 6 cylinder, 
automatic, power steering 
and brakes, new paint, 
motor and transmission, 
good condition. $1000. 

(312)831-4842 

after 6 p.m. 

-T83-45-3 




Autos For Stte 



1911 CUTLASS, Supreme. 
V6, 2 door, $3000 or best 
offer. 

(312)740-0080 

83-46-53 

19*3 FORD Galaxie 500. 
good condition, $1000, 
(312)244-4821 

83-46-57 

1977 BUICK Opel Isuzu.- 
runs good, body rusty. 
$600. " 

(312)546-5608 
83-46-58 

1912 TERCEL. 2 door, 4 
speed, runs great, win- 
terized, $1900. 

(312)587-7033 

83-46-59 

1911 CHEVETTE 4 speed 
hatchback. 5 1200 or best, 
(312)546-7558 

83-46-49 

1979 AM Concord. 6 
cylinder, air, new radio, 
shocks and exhaust. Very 
good condition. 25 mpg. 
$1000. 

(312)587-7514 

83-46-24 

1W4 RUICK Park Avenue. 
full equipment, 4 door, 
wire wheels. 307 V8. 
58,000 miles. This car Is 
very clean inside and out. 
$9l50orbost offer. 
(312)223-8161 

83 46-35 

1979 CHEVETTE, 4 door, 
radio, air conditioning, 
automatic. $1000 or best 
olfer. 

(312)395-3075 

83-46-5 

19*7 BLACK Chevelte, 327, 
4 speed, 41 1 posi. $2500. 
(312)367-5708 

__ — B346-74 

197* TRANS Am. 6.6 liter. 
T-tops, loaded, no rust, 
very fast, excellent 
throughout, very well 
maintained, odult driven. 
Must seel $3200 or?. 

(312)362-9807 

(312)566-5145 
-83-45-73 



197* PONTIAC Trans Am, 
mag wheels, 400 V8 
automotlc. 

(312)395-7606 

83-47-44 

1M1 FORD Escort I, 4 
door, automatic trans- 
mission, air, very cloan 
and nlco. 36.000 mllos. 
$3650. 

(312)526-5161 

days 

(312)526-3095 

evenings 

83-46-40 

1979 CAPRICE Estato 
wagon, V8, automatic, air 
conditioning $1699. 
(312)395-7606 

83-47-39 

19M LINCOLN Town car 
loaded, very cloan con- 
dition $5500 or best. 
(312)831-2921 

83-46-47 

197* CORVETTE. leather 
interior, air conditioning, 
tilt, stereo. $5495. 

(312)395-7606 

B3-47-35 

1971 OLDSMOBILE 
Toronado, new brakos, 
radiator, tires. Looks and 
runs great, $2700 or best. 
(312)831-2921 

83-46-46 

1982 RUICK Regal, full 
power, air conditioning, 
wire wheels. Brand new 
1986 engine I $3495. 
(312)395-7606 

83-4732 

19*3 JEEP Grand 

Wagonoer. Navy/wood, 

super shape. $9000. 

(312)6230221 

834645 

1978 GRANADA. 4 door, 6 
cylinder, air conditioning. 
$995. 

(312)395-7606 
83-47-30 

CORVETTES WANTED. 

Any year or condition. 
Also antique, special in- 
tarost cars and very low 
mileage cars. 

(414)245-9395 
83-4652 

1977 BUICK Regal, ex- 
cellent condition, AM/FM 
stereo cassette, $2000 or 
best offer. 

(312)949-3975 

after 5 p.m. : 

-8347-57 



197* DODGE Duster, slant 
6, oxcellont condition, 
ready for wlntor, $1000 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-2292 

83-46-50 

1974 LEMANS, $650 or 
besl of lor. 

(312)740-9173 

83-46-42 

1977 LINCOLN, 2 door 
coupo, fully equippod, 
good condition, $1500 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-5536 

83-46-39 

197* VOLKSWAGEN, fuel 
injection, new tires, runs 
good. $275. 

(312)546-8409 

after 4:30 p.m. 
83-46-3B— 

1911 PONTIAC LcMans 
station wagon, $1295, 
good family car. 

(312)680-5143 

83-46-37 

1910 CHEVY Citation, 4 
door, automatic, 1 owner, 
vory well maintained, 
$1650orbost. 

(312)223-7861 

83-46-36 

1974 RUICK Century, $150. 

(312)949-6832 
, B3-46-52 

1912 CUTLASS Ciera, 
charcoal, excollont con- 
dition, under 81,000 
highway miles, $3750. 

(312)336-4109 

83-46-55 

1974 MONTE Carlo, 
leaving area. $600 firm. 
Call and if no answer keep 
trying, must sell. 

(312)949-5854 

83-46-56 

1973 DODGE Charger SE. 
318 outomolic, headers. 
New mags and tires. 
AM/FM casselle, $925 or 
best oiler. 

(312)223-4073 
83-45-60 

1981 FORD Escort GL 

wagon, power stoering, 
power brakes, olr, 
automotlc, tinted glass, 
roof rack, nice little 
economical car. $2199 
offer. 

(312)395-7060 

or 

(312)395-7700 

oxl.72 

-8345-72- 



1911 CHEVETTE. 4 speod 

hatchback. $1200 or best. 
(312)546-7558 

. 83-45-64 

1977 PONTIAC Grand Prix 
LJ, full power, now paint, 
runs good, $2000 or best 
ofler. 

(312)7400070 

83-45-58 

197* CORVETTE, now 
paint, now tiros, now 
chrome wheels, automatic 
and more. $7500. 

(312)546-4897 

83-45-59 

197S DODGE VB, 9 
passenger wogon. Good 
running condition. $550 or 
best offer. 

(312)223-5774 

83-4563 

IMS CAVALIER Type 10. 
17,000 miles. $6600. 
(312)395-2142 

83-45-61 

19*7 CUTLASS Ciera. 
charcoal, excollont con- 
dition, under 81,000 
highway mllos, $3750. 
(312)336-4109 

83-46-55 

1913 HONDA Civic 4-doar. 
sun rool, AM/FM sloroo, 
new Mlcheleln tires, 
excellent condition. $3800 
or best offer. 

(312)587-3328 
after 6 p.m. 

83-45-68 

1910 CHEVY Cilalton. 4 
door, automatic, 1 owner, 
very woll maintained, 
$1650orbesl. 

(312)273-7861 

83-46-36 

1974 LEMANS, $650 or 
bost offer, 

(312)740-9173 

83-46-42 

1977 LINCOLN. 2 door 
coupe, fully equipped, 
good condition, $1500 or 
bestoflor. 

(312)546-5536 

83 46 39 

197* VOLKSWAGEN, fuel 

injection, now tires, runs 

good. $275. 

(312)546-8409 
after 4:30p.m. 

183-46-3B 

1981 PONTIAC LcMans 
station wagon, $1295, 
good family car. 

(312)680-5143 
8346-37 



19B4 NIRO, black, 
automatic, air, AM/FM, 
cruise, clean, 20K, $6300, 
(312)395-7001 

83-47-61 

1977 LINCOLN 2 door 
coupe, fully equipped, 
good condition, $1500 or 
best offer, 

(312)546-5536 

83-47-66 

197* OLDS Dolla 8B 
Royalo, 2 door. Porfoct 
running condition. Body 
has some rust, but engine 
was always well main- 
tained. Starts In all 
weather. New muffler 
system. $1000. 

(31 2)223-451 8 

83-46-68 

1970 EL CAMINO as Is. Ex- 
cellent tires, good runner, 
rusty. Needs front end 
work. With or without top- 




per. 



(312)546-8041 
— 83-4672 — 



1970 BMW. 3201. silver, ex- 
cellent condition, good 
runner. Must soli. $3950 or 
bost. 

(312)587-7000 

days 

(312)395-4215 

evenings 

83-46-75 

1978 LINCOLN -Con- 
tinental, 2 door, white/red 
leather Interior, Im- 
maculate, new tires and 
low mileage. $1750 or 
best. 

(312)395-6609 
834764 

1971 BUICK Skylark, 
beautiful condition, 350 
engine. $1750 or best of- 

(312)223-5484 

-83-47-63 

197* PONTIAC Solari 

Wogon, fully equipped, 
runs like new, $550. 
(312)249-5931 

83-47-56 

1«00 CHEVY Citation. 4 
speed, standard trans- 
mission. $700, 

(312)546-6685 

after 5 p.m. 

83-46-5 



lfM BUICK Park Avenue, 
full equipment, 4 door, 
wire wheels, 307 V8. 
58,000 miles. This car is 
very clean inside and out. 
$91 50 or best offer. 

(312)223-8161 

- 83-46-35-^ 

1979 CHEVETTE. 4 door, 
radio, air conditioning, 
automatic. $1000 or best 
oiler: 

(312)395-3075 

83-46-5 

1972 DODGE Polara. 4 
door, 8 cylinder, good 
transportation. New 
ballery, alternator, 
exhaust system. Clean 
interior, good fires. $700 
cash. 

(312)662-5326 
83 45 1 
1972 CHEVY* Malibu, $200 
or best offer. 

(312)356-9658 

83-45-77 

1979 AM Concord. 6 
cylinder, air, new radio, 
shocks and exhaust. Very 
good condition. 25 mpq. 
$1000. 

(312)587-7514 

83-46-24 

1901 CHEVITTI 4 speod 
hatchback. $l200or best. 

(312)546-7558 

'— - — 83-46.49 

1979 CADILLAC. Sedan do 
Ville, 4 door, 87,000 miles. 
Stereo tope. Good running 
condition. $3750/offer. 

(3)2)998-9686 

T83-45-6 

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1979 ■ DATSUN 

Selling for parts. 

(312)587-2814 
after 5:30 p.m. 
ask for Juan 
83-46-50 — 



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CADILLAC WANTED. 

1977--1984, must be clean, 
with low mileage. 

(414)245-9395 
84 -46-52 

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1979 ARCTIC Cot EITigre- 
5000. low mites, comes 
with cover, $1049. 

(312)395-1397 
35-46-60 — 




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North Of Grand Avenue On Fairfield Road, 
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Sundays 9:30 a.m. Sunday School For All Ages 

10:30 a.m. Worship Service/Gospel Bill Childrens Church 
6:00 p.m. Teaching For The New Testament Church 
Thursday 7 p.m. Intercessory Prayer 
Pastor Frank Lobaza Invites You To"Comt» Grow With Urn 

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Chev P.U. hoods 73-80 $134.95 

Chov P.U. front bumpers $69.00 

Ford P.U. fenders 73-79 $46.95 

Dodge P.U. fenders 71 -80 $105.95 



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(312)223-8651 



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Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Great American Smokeout 



by CINDY KUJAK_ 

If ever there was an exam- 
ple of the "power of the 
press," the story of 
publisher Lynn R. Smith's 
crusade to get his town to go 
smokeless for a day, cer- 
tainly fits the bill. It was 
Smith's campaign-to get 
smokers in a town of 1,800 to 
call it quits from cigarettes- 
that became the Great 
American Smokeout, a 
national event that attracts 
millions of smokers every 
year. 

Smith was victorious in his 
personal battle against 
cigarettes, having given up 
the habit in 1954, when the 
first health warnings about 
tobacco came out. Later, as 
publisher of Minnesota's 



Monticello Times, Smith tobacco that day. .In_ad- 
began writing stringent dition, he had enlisted the 
editorials against cigarette town's two pharmacies to 
smoking. Most noted was his stop selling tobacco products 
full-page "The Tyranny of that day, and two super- 
Smoking," which appeared markets agreed to pull all 



late in 1972 drawing con- 
siderable state and national 
attention, and was reprinted 
in the Congressional Record. 
It wasn't until late fall of 
1973 that Smith conceived 
the idea of asking his town* 



their cigarettes off the racks 
and sell them "under the 
counter," 

In an article for the Sep- 
tember 1984 issue of Ob- 
server, Smith wrote: 
"Through the subject of 



Smokeout will be honored. 

The last issue of the Great 
Lakes Bulletin, the base's 
paper, gives facts on 
smoking and health, tips for 
kicking the habit, and a 
"Plan of the Day." 

' Corporations are also get- 
ting involved in the event. 
Abbott Laboratories in Nor- 
th Chicago is promoting the 
Smokeout in a big way, and 



Baxter Tra venol locations in Geneva will be supplying en- 
Round Lake and Deerfield couragement to Smokeout 



have extensive activities 
planned. 

The Kenosha West Unit of 
the ACS is planning a balloon 
release at Salem Grade 
School on Nov. 20, the day of 
the Smokeout. Posters will 
displayed throughout the 
county. Disc jockeys on local 
radio stations WLIP- 
Kenosha, and WMIR-Lake 



participants. 

And so, as we celebrate the 
10th anniversary of the 
Great American Smokeout 
on Nov. 20, there will be 
cakes with candles, balloons, 
headless matches, "Kiss Me, 
I Don't Smoke" buttons, and 
hopefully, many EX- 
smokers. 



folk to take a day off from smoking and the objectives 



smoking. Jan. 7, 1974 was 
chosen as "D-Day." (The D 
stands for DON'T as in 
DON'T SMOKE.) In each 
issue of the Times, Smith did 
a countdown to ' D-Day, 
listing prominent Monticello 
citizens who had signed 
pledge cards to stay off 



Need Blood Donations 



"Blood is life giving". 
"Blood is precious". "Blood 
can readily be shared". 
These sentiments are shared 
by the Jacob Blumberg 
Memorial Blood Bank. You 
cannot put a price tag; on the 
life of someone you love. 
Money, the best medical 
skills, and ail the newest, 
most spectacular drugs 
sometimes are not enough to 
save a life. The gift of blood 
is limited and depends en- 
tirely on the generosity of 
blood donors. 

The need for blood keeps 
increasing, and the only way 
this need can be met is 
through an equally in- 
creasing number of active 



volunteer blood donors. Vic- 
tory Outreach and Blumberg 
Blood Bank wants to make it 
easier for you to help others 
and become an active mem- 
ber of the Jacob Blumberg 
Memorial* Blood Bank. On 
November 18, and every 
third Tuesday of the month 
at 6 p.m. we will be open for 
blood donations at 121 E. 
Grand Ave., Lake Villa. 

If you are in generally 
good health, between the 
ages of 17 and 65 years old, 
and weigh at least 110 poun- 
ds, you may be eligible to 
participate in this program. 
For more information or to 
make an appointment for 
Nov. 18-call (312) 662-1899. 



To Speak On Space Travel 

The Historical Socioi\ ol tin* Fort Hill Country w if; present 
science teacher Len Periiainlei* at 8 p.m. on Momiav . Nov. 17. 
at hanhoe Church. Rte. 176 lust west ot Rles. 83 ami 60. 
Ivaniioc. Pprgander.' an applicant in NASA's "Teacher in 
Space" program, will speak on the challenge ol space travel. 
A social hour wi I Hollow. The puhlieiMnviteil. 

PWP Sets Meetings 

Lake County Parents Without Partners will hold a general 
meeting at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14 at the Cabriolet, 
Rtes. 120 and 37, Libertyville. Guest speaker will be a lawyer 
who will answer legal questions. Dancing and socializing will 
follow. AH single parents are invited. Admission is $2 for 
members, $3 for non-members. PWP also invites all single 
parents to an Amigo Meeting at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 
to learn about PWP and what it offers for single parents and 
their families. The meeting will be in Mundelein. For direc- 
tions and information, call (312)546-6918. 

Mass. Brunch For Nairn 

The Holy Spirit Chapter of Nairn, a support and social 
organization for widows and widowers, will attend a Fifth 
Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 30, at St. Joseph's 
Church, 121 E. Maple, Libertyville. A brunch will follow at 
Lamb's Farm, Rte. 176, Libertyville. For more information, 
call Delia at (312)362-2404. 

Big Brothers Orientation 

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lake County invites all single 
parents to learn more about their program at an orientation 
meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at its of- 
fice, 4213 Grove Ave., Gurnee. Big Brothers/Big Sisters is a 
youth service organization which matches carefully 
screened adult volunteers with children from single-parent 
homes to provide additional adult attention through frien- 
dship. To make a reservation for the orientation, call 
(312)360-0770. 

Expands Aerobics Program 

The YMCA in Waukegan is expanding its Aerobics progam 
to include two classes each day, Monday through Friday. 
Classes will meet at noon and 5:30 p.m. and are taught by a 
qualified team of instructors. Fees are $42 for members, $52 
for non-members, and are good for 21 classes between Nov. 3 
and Dec. 21. Register at the YMCA, 204 N. County, 
Waukegan, (312)623-2350. 




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of D-Day were serious, the 
campaign was carried out 
with a touch of upbeat deft- 
ness arid good will-with no 
sledge-hammerish tactics." 

Smith's expectations for 
success were met when D- 
Day received extensive local 
and statewide coverage. But 
the real test for Smith took 
place a little more than three 
months later, when a survey 
revealed that a full 10 per- 
cent of those who pledged not' 
to smoke for D-Day were 
still off tobacco. 

The rest is history. Smith's 
ideas was adopted by the 
American Cancer Society's 
(ACS) California Div. in 
1976. A year later, it became 
a nationwide ACS program. 

This year the ACS 
celebrates the 10th an- 
niversary of the Smokeout 
and many activities have 
been planned by the Lake 
County Unit. 

Condell Memorial Hospital 
of Waukegan has just com- 
pleted a smoking clinic. 
Literature, brochures and 
other material will be 
available on a table in the 
cafeteria and posters will be 
displayed. 

Ann Weylan of Victory 
Hospital reports that posters 
will visible, tent cards 
placed in prominent spots, 
and payroll stuffers listing 
"quit tips" will be used in 
employee checks. 

According to Lt. Gradisher 
of Great Lakes Naval 
Training Center, the U.S. 
Navy has many ideas of its 
own about a stop smoking 
campaign, which they piggy- 
back onto the ACS' event. 
The goal is to have a smoke- 
free Navy by the year 2000. 
Their motto for the 
Smokeout is "Don't wait un- 
til the year 2000, do it now!" 
The Navy will be im- 
plementing the "Adopt-a- 
Smoker" program, and at 
the Friday luncheon before 
the graduation review, those 
who participated in the 

High Flyer II 

The koala bear, which 
dines exclusively on 
eucalyptus leaves, may 
spend several weeks in a 
single tree. Eucalyptus acts 
as a narcotic to the koala's 
system, so the little bear 
spends its entire lite "high." 
That may explain why it has 
ihe patience to spend several 
weeks in the same tree. 




Celebrating 60 

Doug Rockenbach (left) chats with longtime Grayslake Rre Chief Rodney 
Rockenbach at the reception held to celebrate Rockenbach Chevrolet's 60th year in 
business. VIP's from throughout western Lake County stopped by to offer 
congratulations and best wishes to the Rockenbach family at the reception last 
Friday. — Photo by Charles Johnston 



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abert C. Becker, county 
ervisor, Farmers Home 
linistratton (FmHA) in 
llvidere, announced that 
iHA Emergency Loans 
available in Boone, 
jk, DeKalb, DuPage, 
me, Lake, and McHenry 
aunties, due to losses 
jused by severe storms and 
jooding beginning Sept. 
1,1986. The emergency 
Dans are made available un- 
jcr a Presidential 
declaration. 

Family farmers unable to 
{obtain suitable credit from 
[conventional sources and 
[sustaining physical property 
losses, such as buildings, 
equipment and livestock, or 
a production loss of at least 
30 percent may qualify for 
FmHA Emergency Loans. 
The interest rates are five 
percent for amounts not ex- 
ceeding $100,000 and eight 
percent on any amount over 
$100,000. The maximum loan 
amount is 80 percent of the 
actual production loss and 
100 percent of the actual 
physical loss, or $500,000 
whichever is the lesser 
amount. Loan terms vary 
with the nature of the loss 
and type of security pledged 
for the loan. \ 

Applications for physical 
and production losses must 
be filed by June 8, 1387. 

Applications are being 
taken in the FmHA County 
Office, located at 8108 Ap- 
pleton Road, Belvidere, 
61008. Additional in- 
formation concerning 
Emergency Loans may be 
obtained by contacting the 
Belvidere FmHA County Of- 
fice. The office telephone 
number is (815)544-3567. 

Schedule 

Nursing 

Seminar 

An _all-day nursing 
seminar titled "Excellence 
in Pediatric Nursing: Com- 
mon Neurological Con- 
ditions" will be held at CLC 
on Thursday, Nov. 20. The 
seminar is designed to aid 
participants in assessing and 
defining neurological 
problems in children. 

Carmella Mikol, R.N., 
M.S.N., P.N.P. and Marcia 
Hrycelak, M.D., will be the 
featured speakers. Mikol is 
an associate professor at 
CLC and has taught both 
pediatric and acute medical 
surgical nursing. As a 
pediatric nurse practitioner, 
she provides direct patient 
care in a large pediatric in- 
tensive care unit.- Hrycelak 
is a board-certifted 
pediatrician in private prac- 
tice and has given national 
presentations on the medical 
management of the 
neurologically impaired 
child. 

The seminar is sponsored 
by CLC's Center for 
Economic Development and 
Allied Health Continuing 
Education. Cost for the 
seminar is $45 and includes 
lunch, For information and 
registration, call (312) 223- 
3615 and refer to course num- 
ber IPS002.001. Registration 
is requested by Nov. 14. 

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HONDA CIVIC 1300 HATCHBACK 

Standard equipment - 4 speed, rear defoggor. 4 
cylinder, front wheel drive, power brakes, rack 
and pinion steering. 





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MAZDA TRUCKS RATE HIGHER 

THAN TOYOTA OR NISSAN 
IN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION. 



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■JACK WINTERS HONDA, INC. 

3000 Washington sumi November, 1986 ' 

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USE IN SUB-ZERO TEMPS. 



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