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HOLIDAY 
HIGHLIGHTS 

See how residents prepare 
their homes for the holidays 



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A salute to two 

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Blue plate special 

Eighth graders at Millburn School, including that of Madeeha Khan, have art on exhibit at the 
Caribou Coffee shop in Gu/nee. The students' art, titled "Dinner Party", will be on display through 
the i month of December.— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



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Seniors eligible for discount drugs 



Caution urged in accepting 
non-Antioch checks 




By JULIE MURPHY 
•Jmurphy@Iakelandmedia.com 

Applications are now available 
to seniors who are at least 65'years 
old, those, with disabilities, and 
who wish to join Illinois' new 
Prescription Drug Discount Club. 

Rep. JoAnn Osmond (R- 
Antioch) said legislation creating 
this program was signed into law 
last summer, and is available to all 
seniors who meet the minimum 
age requirement as well as the dis- 
abled, regardless of income. 
Effective Jan. 1, 2004, the new pro- 
gram will offer participants savings 
of 20-30 percent on prescription 
drugs. 

"I think seniors should apply 
for it even if they don't need it right 
now," Osmond said. "The enroll- 
ment fee is only $25 for 12 months; 
savings could be substantial." 

Those who take part in the 
Circuit Breaker Program will be 
automatically enrolled and the fee 
will be waived. 

Under the program, the . 




amount paid by an enrollee to a 
pharmacy may not exceed prices 
established and in conformance 
with rebate agreements, plus a 
$3.50 dispensing fee, for name- 
brand drugs and newly released 
generic drug products (per pre- 
scription); Generic drugs will cost 
$4.25 per prescription. 

Osmond said, "This is a really 
great program. Once enrolled, no 
further paperwork is required. 
There is no annual cap, and pre- 
scriptions can be filled either 
through a pharmacy or by mail 
order (when applicable)." 

; She added that the program is 
for individuals and not families, 
and that there are' no income 
restrictions. The program applies to 
all drugs that have been approved 
by the Food and Drug 
Administration. 

"Individuals need to enroll sep- 
arately," Osmond said. "For couples 
where one member is already 65 
years old and the other is not, the 
one Will be able to enroll. When the 
other turns 65, he or she will be 



able to enroll as Well." 

Stress was placed on the fact 
that individuals must apply sepa- 
rately and that a spouse will not be 
automatically enrolled into the 
club as this is not a family plan. 

Applications for the 
Prescription Drug Discount Club 
can be downloaded from the 
Internet off of two web sites: 
www.state.il.us/aging or 

www.savrx.com. For those without 
Internet access, a toll-free number 
has been established: 888-215- 

Additionally, seniors car; con- 
tact the Illinois Department on 
Aging; by calling 800-252-8966, or 
by email at 

ilsenior@aging.state.il.us. 

Osmond said she expects appli- 
cations will take 30 days to process. 

"We are proud to be the first 
state to establish such a program, 
and will continue to examine ways 
to make prescription drugs even 
more affordable for our seniors and 
disabled in the months ahead," she 
said. 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Jmurphy@lakelandmedia.com 

n Auto Zone clerk alerted 
police of a suspicious 
check that led to the arrest 
ofLevi Heard, 41, of 
Chicago, on Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. 

Heard, who was charged with 
felony theft, forgery and obstructing 
police after giving three false names 
and social security numbers over 
the course of a six-hour investiga- 
tion, also has an outstanding war- 
rant in Cook County for forgery and 
was^wanted by the Fugitive' J " ; ~ 
Apprehension Unit of Cook County 
for failing to comply 
with house arrest. > 

Detective Sgt. Craig 
Somerville said, "Heard 
has an extensive crimi: 
nal history that includes 
forgery, fraudulent acts " 
and theft. He's been in 
prison three times." 

Somerville said the 
clerk became suspicious 
when a check Heard had Heard 

presented for the pur- 
chase of about $340 of merchandise, 
including a battery and a starter, ■'■ 
appeared to be altered. The Anrioch 
Police Department thorouglily exam- 
ined the checj; and found that there . 
was an alteration of both the account 
number.an&th'e account holder 
name. , r-| 

"He pre§drited a carbon of a • 
traffic citation as his identification," 
Somerville sild. "The carbon had 
alsobeen altered to show the same 
information as the checks." • 

The checks were reportedly 
stolen from Berwyn, 111." 

. Somerville said that three times 
during the investigation, Heard had 
given false Information about his 
identity, "discrepancies would 
coine\ip, and we knew he had given 
us badinformation," Somerville . 




people don't ask a lot of questions. 

"The clerk followed his gut feel- 
ing and called police, and we com- 
mend him for that," he said. 
"Several times a year we have cases 
like this, but there are more during 
the holiday season. It's easier for 
these people to blend in and dis- 
tract the clerks, as all the stores are 
busier." 

Somerville cautioned mer- 
chants to be weary of checks that 
are not from the area. 

"To determine if a check may 
have been altered, look for anything 
that appears to be smeared or 
erased or folded in an important 
place like, over a routing 
number," he said. "And 
know that, as a mer- 
chant, you have the right 
to refuse any check." 

Tips for ensuring ■ 
that a check is good 
include scrutinizing both 
the identification pre- 
sented and the check 
itself against the user's 
signature and visual 
appearance. If there is 
any question! Somerville said it is 
acceptable to make photocopies of 
the identification and to call the 
issuing bank of the check. 

. "Basically, you want to make 
sure the check is something that 
you want to accept," he said. "It's 
okay to ask questions, especially if 
the check is being written for sever- 
al hundred dollars." 

Chief Chuck Fagan added that it 
is important to accept only certified 
identification, such as a driver's 
license or a state identification card 
as the primary source of identifica- 
tion. Other forms of photo identifi- 
cation, such as library cards, should 
only be used as secondary form of 
identification. 

Somerville said, "A copy of a 
citation is insufficient as identifica- 
tion because it is too easily altered." 
According to Somerville, investi- 



said.-"We kept Vyorking through it 

until we foundthe truth.'> >f _ 

. . Overtliecoiirseoftheuiyestiga- V gation is ongoing throughout Lake 

tion, Somerville said that Hteajrd had County on other subjects who are 

admitted to targeting small tbwns.like believed to be using the same scam 

Antioch based on the belief that nice as Heard. 




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snow accumulates until it has been removed. 
It is also impermissible to plow, snow blow or 
shovel snow onto village streets. 

The public works department asks that 
residents wait until crews have had an 
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One pass is made with the plows on culs- 
de-sac until the storm has ended. Crews will 
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Performance 
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characters to life 



First National Bank-Employee Owned 
(FNBEO) will" be holding a Casual Because We 
Care Day to benefit the Antioch Jaycees' 
' Christmas Wishes Program. , 

On Dec, 12, employees will don their casual 
wear in exchange for a minimum $2 donation 
that will go to the Antioch Jaycees Christmas 
Wishes Program. 

"It has become a custom that we hold a 
casual day for Christmas wishes every 
December," said Karen Kubin, marketing repre- . 
sentative for FNBEO. "They provide gifts for area 
children in heed; it's just one of the great things 
Antioch civic organizations do for thejiolidays." 

Yo h -TKfe' Christmas ^Wishes,. Program^ provides 
fAhtIdch*aTe*£i* children in need with gifts for the 
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i ^Community members are invited to partic- 
, ,.. - jate. A sign up book wittia list of names is locat- 
j/UlsWthelENBEO lobby. Members of the Jaycees 
will deliver the gifts after all donations have been 
made to the bank. 

The Casual Because We Care Program has 
been running since 1995 and has benefited a • 
number of individuals and organizations. For 
more information on program, the Jaycees 
Christmas Wishes Program or FNBEO, contact 
Kubin at 847-395-3111. 



Fundraiser held 
for Jaycees' 
Christmas wishes 



Through the ministry of drama and 
music, Ken Lee will bring the, Bible to life as 
he portrays different Biblical characters in 
"The Shoemaker" at the Christian Life 
Fellowship Church on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 10 
a.m. 

* "This is a one-person show," said Rev. Jeff 
Brussaly. "Ken Lee has been coming here and 
doing this for us for 10-15 years." 

The performance will take place as part 
of the 10 a.m. service. The public is invited to 
attend. 

Brussaly said there is no cost and that 
advance registration is not required. 
Childcare will be provided. 

A free will offering will be taken for Lee's 
ministry. 

Lee, who holds master's degrees in the- 
ater and theater arts in teaching, has been 
traveling as a full-time drama evangelist 
since 1980. His work has been seen in 
churches in 40 states. Additionally, he has 
produced four vocal albums, two original 
videos and has published drama scripts. 

Christian Life Fellowship is located on 
Grass Lake Road east of Route 83. 

For more information, call the church at 
847-395-8572. 





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Meredith Schneller, vice-president of the Antioch Garden Club, attaches a bow to 
large holiday wreath. In an annual tradition, the Garden Club decorates several 
buildings in the Antioch area with wreaths and swags. This year the club pur- 
chased all its greenery from local Boy Scouts, so the project benefited that organ- 
ization and brought holiday cheer to the village.— Photo by J.W. Sternickle 



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By JULJE MURPHY' 
jmurphy@lakelandmedia.com 

Beginning in January, the Antioch 
Chamber of Commerce and Industry 
will have three'new board members. 

Kevin Schoudel of Raymond 
Chevrolet, Jeremy Childers of Angie's 
Italian Market arid Michelle Michel of 
Something Sweet were elected to fill 
the spots, being vacated. Members 
whose terms are to expire at the first 
of the year are current president 
Karen Dunham, of the First National 
Bank-Employee Owned; Bill Ahlers, 
business manager of Antioch 
Community High School; and Curt 
Miller of Keller Williams Real Estate. 

Executive Director Barbara Porch 
said about one-third of all chambers 
voted in this election. "Over 33, per- 
cent responded, and that's very 
good," she said. 

Each year, three new directors are 
elected to a three-year term of office. 
The board is made up of nine direc- 
tors. Porch said that before board 
nominees' names are placed on the 
ballot, the nominees are called and 
asked if they will accept their nomi- 
nation. 

This year's ballot had five nomi- 



nees, including Helen Anderson of 
Village Stitchery and Bob Ulmer of 
the Waukegan News Sun, in addition 
to the three elected. 

"We're really going to miss this 
[outgoing) group," Porch said. "Karen 
Dunham has been on the board for 
many, many years and we hate to lose 
her experience." . 

Schoudel, Childers and Michel will 
be expected to chair one committee 
and serve on a second. An election for 
new officers will take place at the 
chamber's first 2004 meeting Jan. 13. 
The installation dinner will take place 
Jan. 16 at Twin Oaks inWilmot, Wis. 

"We usually have the installation 
dinner at Twin Oaks," Porch said. "It's 
a fun evening and there's not a lot of 
business done. It's more social." 

She said that for the first time the 
entertainment will be a comedienne, 
Sonya While. "She travels nationally," 
Porch said. "This is the first time we're 
having a woman, a comedienne." 

Porch, who has served on the 
board for about a decade, first as 
board member and then as executive 
director, said the chamber office runs 
very efficiently, and phone calls for 
various things are done by the office 
and not by the individual directors. 



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New engineer hired 



The village of Antioch has hired a 
new engineer to replace Jim Keim, 
who resigned his position in August. 

Christian Nyberg begins working 
for the village on Dec. 15. 

According to George Sakas, senior 
planner, he is coming from Naples,, 



Fla., where he had been working as a 
consultant. Prior to that, he was in 
Cincinnati where he was involved 
with several major road projects. 

Additionally, he said to have 
experience working with stormwater 
management issues. 




Tree lighting 

Members of the Lake Villa First United Methodist Church sing 
Christmas carols during tree lighting festivities held at Lehmann 
Park and the Lake Villa Metra Station.— Photo by J.W. 
Sternickle 



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Tour of duty 

Antioch VFW 4551 Member Walt Bushie shows items used in wars to W.C. Petty School students 
Kenneth Wooten, 10, Nathan Walpole, 11 and Christopher Shea, 11, during the students' tour of 
the VFW hall's museum. — Photo by Lynn Gunnarson Dahlstrom 

Kids can sign up to find Frosty 



By JULIE MURPHY 
jmurphy@lakelandmedla.com 

For the fifth year, the Antioch 
Chamber of Commerce and Industry 
is conducting a "Find Frosty" contest. 
Families, or individuals, can pick up 
an entry form between now and Dec. 
21, and then spend the day counting 
the snowmen in the windows of all of 
the participating stores beginning 
the first week in December. 

The one lucky child who comes 
closest to finding all of the snowmen 
will win $100 in Chamber gift certifi- 
cates. Those who find the "Special 
Frosty" with a large red A on its chest 
can win a gift certificate to Baskin- 
Robbins/Dunkin Donuts by writing 
the name of the store window where 
it was spotted. 



"This is a wonderful time for 
families to enjoy spending time 
together and the ambiance of the 
downtown area during the holidays," 
said Barbara Porch, executive direc- 
tor of the chamber. 

Some of the snowmen in the 
windows are obvious, and others are 
cleverly hidden. It wiU take keen eyes 
to catch all of the wintry characters. 

"The merchants make it fun. 
Some will only have one snowman in 
the window and others will make it 
challenge by having a lot of snowmen 
and making some of them well hid- 
den," Porch said. 

Entry forms are available at the 
Chamber, at participating merchants 
and in the coloring books distributed 
at Santa's Castle. . 

"It's great to see families out 



together with their pieces of paper 
counting all of the snowmen, in the 
windows," said Porch. "Sometimes 
different family members come up 
with a different count." 

The one entry finding the correct 
number of Frosties for each mer- 
chant will be the winner. If more than 
one entry qualifies, a lottery system 
will be used to determine the winner. 

"We've never had someone be 
100 percent accurate in the count, so 
we don't anticipate a tie," Porch said. 

The winner will be announced 
on Dec. 30. Entries should be 
dropped off at the Chamber office 
located at 882 Main St. by Dec. 22. 
Porch said, "Our foyer is open 24 
hours a day, seven days a week so it 
won't be difficult to get the form into 
us." ' 




mith named employee of the year 



By JUUE MURPHY 
jmurphy@lakelandmedia.com 

Bill Smith, superintendent of 
public works, was named employ- 
ee of the year by Mayor Taso 
Maravelas during a presentation at 
the regular meeting of the board of 
directors of the village of Antioch. 

Maravelas said this was some- 
thing that had not been done 
before, but given the Smith's dedi- 
cation to the village and its resi- 



dents that it was time. 

"Bill Smith makes it all right," 
he said. 

MaraVelas praised Smith for his 
tireless efforts, working any day of 
the week and any time of the day to 
serve the community.- 

"Two months ago, on a Sunday, 
he was doing road work on (Route) 
173 so it wouldn't- inconvenience 
business. Last winter, when It is -30 
or '40 degrees outside, at 2 a.m., he 
was working on a burst water line 



by the high school." 

Trustee Larry Hanson, who 
oversees the public works commit- 
tee, added, "I always see him in 
action. He always has a handle on 
it." 

Trustee Barbara Porch, who 
also executive director of the 
Antioch Chamber of Commerce 
and Industry, said it's nice to hear 
someone answer the phone with 
"what do you need, and how can I 
help" and mean it. 



Festival Arts entertains bur town with 'Messiah' 



The Antioch Community 
Chorus promises to bring 
"good tidings of great joy" 
when it presents "The 
Messiah" by G. E Handel at the 
sanctuary of St. Peter Catholic 
Church located at 557 Lake St. in 
Antioch on Dec. 21 at 7:30 p.m. 
"This performance sets the 
pace of Christmas for me," said 
Mabel Lou Weber previously. She is 
on the Festival Arts of Antioch 
committee that sponsors the cho- 
rus. 

Kris Bolin, of Antioch, is replac- 
ing long time director Ralph 
Brooke for this year's presentation. 
Soloists include soprano Jennifer 
Layman ofWaukegan, alto Cynthia 
Mace of Lake Forest, tenor Brent 
Billock of Chicago, and bass Peter 
Swenson of Chicago. Pianist Chris 
Kusher of Grayslake, and the Tim 
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accompany the chorus. 

As with all performances of the 
Antioch Community Choir, admis- 
sion is free and open to anyone. 
Those needing more information 
should call 847-395-1333. 

Festival Arts of Antioch has pre- 
sented cultural and entertaining 
performances to the community 
for many years. In addition to the 
help it offers the Antioch 
Community Chorus, it also helps to 
support the Lakes Area Community 
Band. Area businesses and individ- 
uals, in turn, support Festival Arts. 



Weber noted that despite some 
of the performances taking place in 
a church, Festival Arts has no reli- 
gious affiliation. 

Those wishing to spread holi- 
day cheer by making a donation to 
Festival Arts, a not-for-profit enter- 
prise, so it can continue its work 
may do so by sending donations to 
Festival Arts of Antioch, Inc., 601 
Parkway Ave., Antioch, IL 60002. 

Donations of $100 or more 
earn a listing as sponsor. Patrons 
are those who donate $25-99. All 
donations are welcomed and listed. 

For more information about 
Festival Arts of Antioch, contact 
Weber at 847-265-3152. 



If you have interesting informa- 
tion or anecdotes to submit for "Our 
Town" call staff reporter Julie 
Murphy at 847-223-8161, ext. 600 or 
e-mail, moorfie@Lxjwtcom.com 



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COMMUNITY 



SCHOOL DIGEST 



'Shop and Shares' 
support AMPS 

TWo "Shop and Shares" will take place at 
the Antioch Jewel to support AMPS (ACHS 
Music and Performance Sponsors). The dates 
will be Dec. 15-17 and Dec. 29-31. 

. For information'on how to get a coupon to 
participate (no more difficult than any regular 
shopping trip), call Sue Latino at 847-838-7785. 

Historical society 
offers scholarships 

The Lakes Region Historical Society is 



ACHS graduate named 
exemplary science 

teacher of 2003 

Jill Fischer Carter, 1971 graduate "of 
Antioch Community High School and daugh- 
ter of Lennard and Betty Fischer, was named 
the Illinois Science Teachers Association . 
(ISTA) /Exxon Mobil Exemplary Science 
Teacher of 2003. 

A teacher at Pekin Community High , 
School, Carter was presented the award at 
the ISTA annual convention in Peoria. 

The award is presented to a teacher Who 
has demonstrated exemplary science teach- 



offering a $1,000 scholarship to those who are ing practices that result in improved achieve- 
interested in pursuing history or museum- 
related fields at the college level. 

Information packets are available at the 



ment and enhanced learning environments. 

Yearbook staff 
seeks pictures 

Emmons School yearbook staff welcomes 
submitted pictures from parents, grandpar- 
ents, friends or siblings that show Emmons 
students and that would be appropriate for the 
yearbook. 

The staff asks that pictures be clear and not 
. blurry. Pictures will not be returned so do not 
send anything that will be missed or for which 
there is not a duplicate. 

. Pictures should be sent to the school via 
students or regular mail to: Yearbook Pictures, 
"Emmons School, 24226 W. Beach Grove Road, 
Antioch, IL 60002. 

Early childhood screening 

Antioch Community Consolidated 
District 34 offers early childhood develop- 
mental screening. 

Parents with concerns should consider 
this. Developmental screening is a brief 
series of activities and observations 
the ACHS library; May 20, at 7:30 p.m., at the dis- designed to identify children who may have 
trict office; June 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the ACHS a potential problem that requires further 
library; June 17, at 7:30 p.m., at the district office, assessment. 

Meetings are always held on Thursday , Screening is available to children 
evenings and rotate between the library of between the ages of 3-5 years old and who 
Antioch Community High School (ACHS) and have not yet entered kindergarten within 
the district office located in the Antioch-Lake District 34. To schedule an appointment, 
Villa Township Center on Deep Lake Road, just, call the special education office at 847-838- 
northofGrass Lake Road, in Lake Villa 8422.: '. 



School House Museum, the high school guid- 
ance office or by calling scholarship chair 
Regina Reynolds at 847-838-0564. 

Applicants will be required to complete a 
20-hour service project through the historical 
society. Those eligible for the scholarship 
include high school seniors, current college 
students, individuals going back to school and 
graduate level students. 

The money can be used for either books or 
tuition. - 

2004 high school board 
meetings scheduled. 

Regular meetings for the remainder of the 
school year (2004) are as follows: Jan. 8, at 6:30 
p.m. in the ACHS library; Jan. 22, at 7:30 p.m., at 
the district office; Feb. 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the ACHS 
library; Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m., at the district office; 
March 4, at 6:30 p.m. in the ACHS library; March 
18, at 7:30 p.m., at the district office; April 1, at 
6:30 p.m. in the ACHS library; April 15, at 7:30 
p.m„ at the district office; May 6, at 6:30 p.m. in 




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One voice 

Antioch Community High School sophomore Tim Berbeke performs a solo with the 
school's Madrigal choir at the Harbour Club in Antioch during a luncheon forthe 
Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerced— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



High School wins project of the year award 



By JUUE MURPHY 
• jmurphy@lakelandrriedia.com 



award, Superintendent Dennis' Hockney said, 
"This has really been all Bill Aiders! He did all the' 

" leg work, and really made this project a reality." 

Officials of Community High School District After several holdups, the districtwas able to 

1 17 were' awarded the Association of Energy ' flip the switch and start operatingthe small gen- 



Engineers (AEE) 2003 Project of the Year Award 
for the Antioch campus's landfill gas-to-energy 
(LFGTE) project. ■ i 

In a letter addressed to Bill Ahlers, the dis- 
trict's business manager, Scott Allen, AEE chap- 
ter president, said, "This award recognizes an 



eration plant with 12 turbines about mid- 
October, six months after it was initially sched- 
uled to begin operation. Though not completed . 
on schedule, the project was completed within 
budget. 

Hockney and Ahlers were invited to speak at 



innovative energy management project imple- the Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention 

mented that showcases energy efficiency or Round Table and were encouraged to apply for 

innovative energy management concepts." the 2003 Illinois Governor's Pollution Prevention 

The system reportedly uses the gas in the Award, 

most efficient way, as the heat generated by the "This is a project where everybody wins," 
creation of the electricity is used by the school . ; Hockney said. "Clearly a project that utilizes 

and the electricity itself is sold off to methane that is otherwise just being burned off 

Commonwealth Edison. benefits the community and the environment 

In making the announcement about the as well as the high school." 




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and the unemployment rate hovers near six 
percent, the holiday season is approaching* 
and people are spending. 

According to the National Retail 
Federation, consumers are expected to spend 



dise. According to the National Retail,- 
Federation survey, 39 percent of consumers 
said they base their decision to shop at certain 
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past four years. And according to a recent compare.prices at multiple retailers can save 

study the federation conducted, the average time and money. 

consumer plans to spend $671.89 this holiday, Conduct tax planning hefore the year's 

up 3.5 percent from 2002. end. There is little people can do after Dec. 31 

While the holidays can be a magical time to reduce their tax burden for the current year, 

of the year filled with celebration and the joy of While it may seem simple to manipulate an 

giving, it can also be a time of financial drain. income by deferring a bonus to the following 

The American Express Financial Advisors , year or pre-paying local taxes, be aware of the 

offer the following seven tips to keep holiday . side effects such actions will have, 

spending in check: Try to start the New Year by budgeting and 

Set a holiday budget. This is the single saving for the next holiday season. Being 

most important step to follow. Determine organized and creating a budget can help you 

ahead of time how much you can afford and avoid overspending. Also, keep money aside so 

then allocate that amount for gifts, travel and you don't get caught in a last-minute savings 



entertainment before you shop. 

Create a gift list and stick to it. Consider 
giving homemade gifts or cost-free alterna- 
tives such as babysitting or pet care services. 

Start early and bargain shop, but allow 



crunch. 

And last but not least, ask a financial advi- 
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you are. Come renew the bonds of friendship, the bond of caring. 
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DUI 



Jerald L. Douglas, 51, of 41 147 N. Prairie 
Ave., was arrested for DUI on Dec. 5 at 1:57 
a.m. on Route 59 south of Route 173. 

He was stopped for .driving down the cen- 
ter of the median with all four tires over the 
double yellow line. He then veered right into 
the proper lane and then left again several 
times before stopping after the officer activat- 
ed the siren. 

Douglas reportedly would not give police 
his driver's license or proof of insurance, but 
kept saying that he was almost home. The 
officer detected the strong odor of alcoholic 
beverage on his breath. 

Douglas refused field sobriety testing and 
was arrested. He was issued citations for DUI, 
four counts of improper lane usage and fail- 
ure to yield to an emergency vehicle. 

Douglas refused chemical testing and was 
released on persona] recognizance pending 
his Jan. 6 court date. 



Christopher A. Fries, 21, of 421 Orchard, 
was arrested for DUI on Dec. 6 at 2:57 a.m. at 
the intersection of Orchard and Toft. 

He was seen backing out of a private 
driveway at a high rate of speed and continu- 
ing without his headlights. Police also 
observed him disobey a stop sign and cross 
the yellow centerline. 

The officer detected the strong odor of 
alcoholic beverage on Fries' breath. He failed" 
all field sobriety tests requested of him. 

He was arrested and issued a citation for 
DUI. He agreed to a Breathalyzer test that came 
back with .172 blood alcohol concentration. 

Fries was issued additional citations for 
driving without lights when required, dis- 
obeying a stop sign, improper lane usage and 
DUI over .08. 

He was released on personal recogni- 
zance pending his Jan. 6 court date. 

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Unwanted subject/warrant 

Julia G. Nolan, 40, of 328 W. Depot was 
arrested'on warrant on Dec, 7 at 12:05 a.m. at 
the Depot address. 



An officer was dispatched for an unwant- 
ed subject. The complainant saicTNolan had ■ 
been living and there, had become a problem 
and was no longer welcome. 

Nolan was located and her identifiers 
checked through LEADS and the Lake County 
Sheriff's in-house computer. Information 
came back that she was wanted on two $5,000 
warrants (10 percent applies to both) for dis- 
orderly conduct and for DUI. 

As Nolan could not raise bond, she was 
placed in a cell to await transport to the Lake 
County Jail. 

Revoked driver's license 

Rubin Collazo, 47, of 7748 243 Ave., 
Salem, Wis., was arrested for driving while 
revoked on Dec. 5 at 7:28 am. on Main Street 
near Harden. 

Collazo was stopped for failing to yield to 
a pedestrian in the crosswalk. 

He told police he did not have a driver's . 
license and believed it was suspended. His 
identifiers were checked through LEADS with 
information coming back that his driver's 
license and been revoked. 

Collazo was arrested and issued citations 
for failing to yield to a pedestrian in the cross- 
walk and for driving while revoked. He was 
released on personal recognizance pending 
his Dec. 31 court date. 

No valid driver's license 

Kristine E. Jasinski, 31, of 25837 W. Route 
173, was arrested for driving without a valid 
driver's license on Dec. 2 at 10:04 a.m. on 
Route 173 west of Route 83. 

Jasinski Was stopped for failing to signal 
as she turned into a parking lot She told 
police she believed she had electrical prob- 
lems that caused her signal not to activate. 
She also said her Wisconsin driver's license 
was suspended and that she never had an 
Illinois license. 

This information was confirmed through 
LEADS. 

Jasinski was arrested and issued citations 
for failure to signal and driving without a valid 
driver's license; She was released on personal 
recognizance pending her Dec. 31 court date. 



Damage to property 

On Dec. 5, at 5:54 p.m. and 6:19 p.m., ' 
respectively, two motorists reported damage 
to their vehicles after they passed over a pot- 
hole while heading eastbound on Route 132, 
near Cremin Drive. The hole, which meas- 
ured one-and-a-half-by-two-and-a-half feet 
had been made by Nicor for unspecified 
repairs. The hole was filled with what police 
reported as "an unknown sand substance." 
Both vehicle owners reported severe damage 
to the tires and rims. An officer stayed at the 
• location until it was repaired. 

Theft from car 

A resident of N. Lake Shore Drive in Lake 
Villa called police to report that sometime 
between midnight and 7:31 a.m. on Dec. 5, 
the passenger side window on his car was 
smashed and an in-dash SONY AM-FM 
radio/CD player was stolen from the car. The 
window is valued at about $150, the radio/CD 
player at about $100. A purse containing $4 in 
quarters was also missing from the car. 



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A resident of South wind in Lake Villa 
reported to police that sometime between 
6:15 a.m.-6:20 p.m., on Dec. 2, a plastic snow- 
man was stolen from in front of the house. 
The. case has gone cold, as there are no sus- 
pects. 

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Consumption of 



alcohol by a minor 

: Becky Mi Richter, 19, of 1904 Cambridge 
Court, Palatine, was arrested by Lindenhurst 
Police on Dec. 7, at 2:25 a.m., while driving 
northbound on Beck road near Carmen 
Court Police stopped the driver after noticing 
the plates on her car had expired in June. 
Detecting an odor of alcohol, police adminis- 
tered a preliminary breath test, which yielded 
a result of .070 BAC. She was charged with 
improper display of registration plates and 
consumption of alcohol by a minor. She was 
released on a $75 1-hond, pending an appear- 
ance in Grayslake Branch III court, on Jan. 7, 
at 10:30 a.m. 



safety belt 
crackdown 



Lake Villa Police, along with over 780 law 
enforcement agencies statewide, are launch- 
ing the final "Click-it-or-Ticket" enforcement 
period of the year, coinciding with a nation- 
wide campaign called "You drink and drive, 
you lose." 

Police will be taking a "zero tolerance" 
approach to safety belt violators and impaired 
drivers during the 4-week enforcement period 
which began on Dec. 8 and runs through the 
holidays, concluding on Jan. 4. 

Lake Villa will have dedicated DUI patrols. 
DUI .offenders will be taken off the road, 
arrested and locked up. 

Motorists are warned that the average cost 
of a DUI arrest is $1 1,500. 

Although motor vehicle deaths have 
decreased in recent years, alcohol and drug 
impairment remain significant factors in 38 
percent of all fatal motor vehicle crashes 
nationwide. 

Research from the Centers of Disease 
Control shows most children .under 14 who 
are killed in alcohol-related crashes are pas- 
sengers riding with a drunk driver rather that 
in a vehicle hit by a drunk driver. The more 
alcohol consumed by the driver, the less likely 
it is the child will be in a safety restraint. 

"If you drink, don't drive," said Lake Villa 
Police Chief Roger Visconti. 

'Always buckle up your children and your- 
self every time you get in the car. Remember, 
the best defense you have against a drunk 
driver is your safety belt." 

"It is not law enforcement's singular goal 
during this blitz to write hundreds of safety 
belt tickets and arrest DUI offenders, however, 
if that is what it takes to save a life, so be it," the 
chief said. 








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Speakers become regular part 

'$ adult program 




.; Guest speakers are becoming a regular 
part of the Antioch Public Library's adult 
program, with the first two for 2004 already 
scheduled. 

Michael Heffernan, of Poison's Natural 
Foods, will make the first presentation of the 
year on Monday, Jan. 12 at 7 p.m. The topic 
of discussion: "Know Your. Therapeutic 
Herbs." 

Jane Connors-Geddes, adult programs . 
coordinator, said, "This is something we're 
going to be doing routinely. For the coming 
year, I hope to plan two speakers a month." 
She said she chose Heffernan as the 
year's first speaker as many therapeutic 
herbs address thingsVfikejrelieving^syrnp- 



toms of the common cold. 

Next in the line-up, Sharon Yiesla of the 
University of Illinois'- extension office will 
discuss garden design on Wednesday, Jan.' 28 
at 7 p.m. 

Connors-Gdddes said that it's never too 
early to plan a beautiful garden-fbr the 
spring growing season. ;. 

"She (Yiesla) is very into* the -native 
plants that grow naturally in our area"," she 
said. "She'll be presenting a 'how to' on set- 
ting up a nice garden for the summer." 

Registration is recommended . for both 
programs, and can be done by calling the 
library at 847-395-0847. and pasting for the 
reference department; '",':. :V. 




Graceland Baptist Church. 258 Ida St., Antioch, IL Sunday 
School 1 1 am, Morning Worship 1 1 am, Sunday Evening 7pm. 
Robert Williams, Pastor. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist & Reading Rm. Rte 173 
and Harden, Antioch, Phone (847) 395-1196, Sunday School, 
Sunday Church Service 10:30am, Wednesday, 7:30pm. 

Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church. Missouri 
Synod, worshiping at Antioch/Lake Villa Township Center, 1625 
Deep Lake Rd. Pastor Darald Gruen, Phone (847) 265-2450, 



Faith Evangelical Lutheran. 1275 Main St., 
Phone (847) 395-1660. Sunday Worship 8 & 10:30am, 
Sunday School 9:25am, Mon. Worship 7:00pm Pastors Gregory 
Hermansoo & Aaron Christie. Christian Day School (847) 395*1664.- 

Millburn Congregational United Church of Christ. Grass 
Lake Rd. at Rte. 45. Phone (847) 356-5237. Sunday Service 
10am Children's Program 10am. Rev. Paul R. Meltzer, Pastor. 

Antioch United Methodist Church. 848 Main St., Antioch, 
Phone (847) 395-1259. Rev. Gary Curl, Pastor. Sunday Worship 
.. ,, ,,,,., 8 am. and 10:30 am Children's church and Sunday School. 

Sunday Worship at 9am, Sunday Schcol, High School & Adult AMG^ps^^a^^e^eforchtoUghS 
Bible Classes 10:30am. years ol age Irom 8 to 11:30 am 



Heritage Lutheran Church. Undenhursl Civic Center, 1 949 Old 
Elm Rd., Undenhursl (847) 356-1766. Sunday service 10:00 
am, Sunday School & Bible Class 9:00 am. (summer schedule - 
9:00 am Sunday) Rev. Mark W. Anderson, Pastor. 

SL Ignatius Episcopal. 500 Depot St. Antioch Phone (847) 
395-0652. Low Mass 7:30am, High Mass 9:30am Sunday 
School & Nursery 9:30am Rev. Vincent Eckholm, Pastor. 

Antioch Evangelical Free Church. 750 Higfwiew Dr. Phone 
(847) 395-41 1 7. Sunday Worship 8:1 5, 9:30 & 1 1 :00am, Sunday 

School for all ages, infant thru adult, 9:30am Children's Church 
11am Awana, Youth, Women's Ministries, Men's Ministries, 
Growth Groups, Seniors. Senior Pastor David M. Groleau. 



SL Peter's Church. 557 W. Lake St. Antioch. Phone (847) 395- 
0274. Masses weekdays, 7:30am; Sunday 6:30, 8, 9:30, 11:30am 
& Saturday 5:30pm Rev. Father Ronald H. Anglirn, Pastor. 

Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church. 23201 W. Grass 
Lake Rd., Antioch, Phone (847) 838-0103. Sunday Worship 
8:15 and 11:00. Sunday School 9:45. Children's Church 11:00. 
Youth, Women's, Awana & Small Group ministries. 

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod). 25100 W. 
Grand Ave. (Rte. 59 & 132), Lake Villa (847) 356-5158. Sunday 
Worship 8:15 & 10:45am; Sunday School (3 and up] and Bible 
Study 9:30am Christian Preschool. Rev. John Zellmer, Pastor, 

Lighthouse Church of Antioch. 554 Parkway Ave., Antioch, IL 







SL Stephen Lutheran Church (ELCA). 1155 Hillside Ave. (847) 838-061 6. Saturday Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Adventure 

Phone (847) 395-3359. Sunday.Worship, 8:00, 9:30, i0:45am Club for Kids, Adult Bible Study Saturday Evening 6:00 p.m . 

Rev. Roger Black, Pastor. Saturday Worship Sarvica 5:00pm Monday Evening Bible Study 7:00 p.m Thursday Evening PTSD 

Christian Life Fellowship Assemblies of God Church. 41625 Su PP° rt Grou P 7: Q° P m S*** Past0f Tom Bartmer - 

Deep Lake Rd., Antioch. Phone (847) 395-8572. Sunday School NorthBridge Church. A Contemporary Worship 

(all ages) 9am," Sunday Morning Worship 10am, Children's Experience. Meeting at Antioch Community High School, 1133 

Church 10am, Sunday Evening Worship 6:30pm, Wednesday Main St., Antioch, (847)838-9370. www.northbridQechurch.orQ. 

Worship 4 Children's Program 7am, Tues. Women's Fellowship . Service Sunday - 10:30am, Children's Classes (K-5) - 10:30 

& Bible Study 9-1l:30am. Jeff Brussaly, Pastor. am Mark Albrecht, Senior Pastor. 

Antioch Baptist Church. 817 Hotbeck Dr., Antioch. Phone 

(847) 769-5332. Sunday Morning Worship 10:15am., Sunday 

evening Service 6:00pm, Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm 

Pastor Ken Foster. 



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Bob's Marina adds 
Simplicity 



Bob's Marina, located on Route 173, has 
added the Simplicityjine of lawn and garden 
equipment to its store. . 

It will carry riding lawn mowers, lawn and 
garden tractors, chipper/shredders, tillers, leaf 
blowers, lawn vacuums and snowthrowers. 

Service technicians are factory trained. 



Church announces 

annual holiday theatrical 
production 

Every year the Chain of Lakes Community 
Bible Church out does itself putting together a 
special, holiday theatricalproduction. This year, 
the church is putting on a musical, "FqurTickets 
to Christinas," that is said "to return to that era of 
grace and charm of the early 1900s. 

The story address changing times versus the 
"old ways." 

Shows will be held on Dec. 12-13 at 7 p.m. 
and Dec. 14 at both 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. A spe- 
cial showing is being held on Thursday, Dec. 11 
at 7 p.m. for Awana members and their families. 

Individual tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for 

children in advance or $7 for adults and $4 for 

children at the door. Family passes, including 

. children under 18 years old, are available for $1 5. 

Tickets can be purchased in advance by call- 
ing the church office at 847-838-0103. The 
church is located at 42 W. Grass Lake Road. 

Screening can reduce 
risk of stroke 

A good way to ring in the new year is to take 
10 minutes to screen for and, therefore, reduce 
the risk of stroke. 

Residents living in and around Antioch can 
register for an appointment for the tests when 
Life Line Screening comes to St. Peter Church on 
Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2004. 

Life Line reports that 75 percent of all strokes 
are linked to carotid artery blockage. It screens 
these arteries to determine stroke risk. 

Anyone over the age of 40 years old is 
encouraged to participate. This program is open 
to the public 

Each of the three vascular tests is $45. 



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Complete vascular screening is $99. 

Osteoporosis screening is 335, separately or 
can be added to the vascular screening for a total 
cost of $125. 

Pre-registration is required. Early morning 
appointments are said to fill first 

For more information and to schedule an 
appointment, call 800-407-4557. St Peter Church 
is located at 557 Lake Street, by the Jewel store. - 

Garden club hosts regular 
meetings through June 

Antioch Garden Club meets the first 
Monday of the month, September through 
June at 6:30 p.m. at the United Methodist 
Church at 848 Main Street, Antioch. 

Visitors and new members are welcome. 
For more information call 847-395-1202. 

VFW offers fish fry 

Antioch VFW Post 4551 has started having a 
fish fry on Friday nights from 4-8 p.m. . 

In addition to cod, perch and shrimp the 
menu offers burgers and chicken strips. Dinners 
are served with French fries or a baked potato, in 
a limited quantity, and coleslaw bread and butter. 

Cost varies from about $3-8, depending on 
the fish or meat. 

For more information, call 847-395-5393. 

Community band 
seeks members 

Lakes Area Community Band, a 40-mem- 
ber band comprised of musicians from Lake, 
McHenry & Kenosha counties, is currently 
seeking musicians high school age and older in 
all sections. Practices take place on Monday 
evenings from 7-9 p.m. in the Antioch 
Community High School band room. 

New members are welcome. No auditions 
are required. . For more information, call 
Debbie Davis at 847-395-0272. 

Bingo held at VFW Hall 

The Antioch VFW sponsors bingo every 
Tuesday night at the VFW Hall on North Ave. 
from 4:30-6:30 p.m. 

The public is welcome. Pull tabs are avail- 
able, and there is a new lightening game. For 
more information, call 847-395-5393. 



NEIGHBORS 



NamerMarianna Fitzgerald 
Home: Antioch 

I'm- originally from: 

. Erie, Penn. - 

My family/pets: Phati 
and Annie my cats 

Occupation: Librarian at 
Fremont Public Library " 

I graduated from: 

Northern Michigan University and 
University of Arizona 

Community involvement: ESL tutor 

What I like most about my town: 

It is.small and there is no Starbucks, no mall, 
no Wal-Mart and no Target 

Hobbies: Gardening, furniture refinish- 
ing and leave raking 

Favorite movie: The Hours, I am a 
Virginia Wolf fan 

Favorite home-cooked meal: 

Tabouli 




Person I admire 
most: Nelson Mandela 

If I had $1 million, I 
would: Fund a scholarship 
for minorities in librarian- 
ships 

If I had a plane ticket 
to anywhere, I'd go 
to: Madagascar 

People who knew me 
as a kid would say: I 

had bar hair, my mother did at home hair 
cuts 

My pet peeve is: Littering 

If I had one wish, it would be: 

Remove all weapons from the Earth 

My dream job would be: A forest 
ranger in Glacier Bay National Park 

Book I am currently reading: Easy 
Hour by Leslie Stella 

Favorite book: Too many to choose 
from 



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7:30-8:30 a.m., The Business Networking Group 
meets at Centre Lights Cafe next to Condell in 
Libertyvilte, call Dan at 847 : 8O3-9904 ' 

7-9 p.m., Support group for divorced or 
separated people. Child care provided at no cost. 
Held at Calvary Christian Center, 134 Monaville 
Rd. in Lake Villa. To learn more about the group, 
:call 847-356-6181 

Saturday, December 13 

5-8 p.m., Antioch Taco Bell Is hosting a Benefit 
night. Taco Bell will donate proceeds of the night 
to help raise further funds for the A.C.H.S Post 
Prom event. For further details, contact 847- 
395-3379 

Sunday, December 14 

1:30-4 p.m., The Lake County Spinner's Guild 
meeting held at the Warren-Newport Public 
Library. Enjoy the art of fiber spinning and 
meet fellow spinners. For Info., call Carol at 
847-234-0778 or Chrfs at 847-367 r 2536 

Monday, December 15 

12:45 p.m., Bingo held at The Anttoch Senior 
Center, call 847-395-7120 for details 

5:30 p.m., TOPS group meets in Undenhurst at 
the Victory Ambulatory Surgery Center and 
Outpatient Services at 1050 Red Oak Lane on 
the first floor. Call Tina at 847-265-9364 to learn 
more 



7-8:30 p.m., A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis 
offers free support groups in Lake County for 
women who are victims of abuse. Meetings in 
Round Lake, call 847-249-4450 



7 p.m., Village of Antioch Park Board meets at 
the Municipal Bldg., 874 Main St. Call 395-1000 



7 p.m., Burlington Genealogical Society meets at 
the Public Library, corner of Pine and Jefferson 
St. Call Marion at 414-763-6981 or Merilyn at 
414:728-2225 



7:30 p.m., The Northern Illinois Chapter of ABATE 
invites all on road and off road motorcycle riders 
in and around Lake and McHenry Counties to its 
monthly meeting held every third Wed. of the 
month at the Round Lake American Legion, Post 
1170. Call, 847-223-9385 or visit online at 
www.abate-il.org/norther 



7:30 p.m., The Republican Club meets at Antioch 
Twp. Hall, 847-395-1670 



4-6 p.m., The Lake County Health Department 
will be at the Antioch VFW Post #4451, 75 
North Ave. Immunizations of all types are avail, at 
a low cost. For more info,, call the Health Dept. 
at 847-360-6761 



7-9. p.m., Young Onset Parkinson's Support 
Group meets at Grace Lutheran Church, 502 
Valley Park Dr. in Libertyville. Call Marlene at 
847-367-1679 or Jan at 847-395-5502 

7:30 p.m., Regular meeting of the Antioch Village 
Board held at village hall, 874 Main St. 

7:30 p.m., Antioch Coin Club meeting held at the 
Antioch Public Library, 757 Main St. Open to the 
public. Contact JoAnne at 847-395-4738 for 
questions 



Thursday, December 18 

7:15 a.m., Business Network International (BNI) 
meets at the Hillside Restaurant in Grayslake. 
Call. Craig Henderson at 847-840-6464 

10 a.m., The Lake County Spinner's Guild meets 
locally. Learn about the ancient art of fiber spin- 
ning. Meets the third Thurs. of each month. For 
location and details, call Chris at 847-367-2536 



7-9 p.m., Lakes Area Community Band rehearsal 
at ACHS, call 847-395-6729 



Tuesday, December 16 

6-8 p.m., Bariatric Treatment Centers {BTC) hosts 
a dance and exercise class downstairs at the 
Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck Dr (behind 
the fire station). For more info., call Karen at 
847-395-6244 



6:45 p.m., Antioch VFW Bingo, doors open 4:30 
p.m.. call 847-395-5393 

-7-8 p.m., Weigh to Win program held at Calvary 
Christian Center, Monaville Rd., west of Rte. 83 
in Lake Villa. Call 356-6181 for info. 



12-2 p.m., Advocates for FMS (Fibromyalgia) 
support group now meets in the Community 
Building at 884 Main St. in Antioch. For more 
information call Kathy at 847-395-3716 

Friday, December 19 

7:30 a.m., Lake County Chamber of Commerce 
networkers group meets at the Hampton Inn in 
Gurnee. For info., call 847-249-3800 



7:30-10:30 p.m., Lake County Astronomical 
Society meets at Volo Bog State Natural Area. 
Meeting Is followed by a viewing period starting at 
9:30 p.m. For info., call 847-362-0959 

Saturday, December 20 

1 p.m., The Lake County Doll Collectors meet at 
the Milbyrn Congregation Church on Hwy 45 and 
Grass Lake Rd. Call 847-623-2072 



7:30 p.m., Chain O'Lakes Model A Ford Club 
meets at Lake Villa City Park, Fairfield and Grand 
Ave., in the lower level. Everyone is welcome 

Wednesday, December 17 

6:30 p.m., TOPS Weight Loss weigh-in, 7 p.m. 
meeting at Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck, 
info, at 847-395-6443 or 847-395-8143 



Sat. 2 and 7 p.m., Sun. at 3 p.m., "The 
Nutcracker" performed by The Illinois Youth 
Dance Theatre. Held at Crystal Lake South High 
School in Crystal Lake. Tickets are now available 
by calling 815-675-9259. Visit the website at 
www.dancepasg.com. Adults $15, seniors and 
children under 12 $10 



Sunday, December 21 

7 p.m., Christmas Family Night at Linden-Villa 
Baptist Church, 38869 N Deep Lake Rd., Lake 
Villa. This is a free event for the whole family. For 
further details, call 847-356-1031 



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COMMUNITY 



December 12, 2003 



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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Squad praised 

We are extremely fortunate to have the 
services of the Antioch Rescue Squad. They 
answer hundreds of emergency calls every 
year and we tend to take them for granted. 
However, we recently had the necessity of 
experiencing first-hand the expertise and car- 
ing of these dedicated individuals. 

About three o'clock one morning, I. 
thought I was having a heart attack and was 
unable to get out of bed.I told my wife, Valerie, 
to call the Rescue Squad. Within minutes they 
arrived and started tending to me. Because of 
the excitement, Valerie, who has severe 
C.O.P.D. and is on oxygen 24 hours a day, suf- 
fered an anxiety and asthma attack, making" it 
difficult to breathe. The squad members took 
one look at her and immediately called for a 
second ambulance to take her to the hospital 
emergency room also. 

The squad members calmly took control 
of the situation and displayed their lifesaving 
skills, compassion and care. God bless the 
Antioch Rescue Squad. 

Joe and Valerie Hunley 
Antioch 



High school remains 
overcrowded 

* 

Over the last few months, there has been a 

lot of controversy over the attendance of Lakes 

Community High School. After two public 

meetings and testimonials from Antioch and 

Lake Villa Township residents, the high school 

board decided to split the schools by zip codes. 

Students in the 60046 and 60083 zip codes 

would attend the new campus while students 

in the 60002 zip code would attend the existing 

campus. 

I am concerned about the conditions, 
environment, extra curricular activities and 
education that the students at Antioch 
Community High School are going to be sub- 
jected to in the fail of 2004. 

Lakes Community High School was built 
to alleviate the overcrowding at the existing 
campus. Enhanced student performance in 
smaller schools and additional extra curricular 
activities were the items used by the board to 



justify a (second) four-year campus. 

It seems now that the board has aban- 
doned these values. The board is going to pro- 
pose an attendance policy that will place only 
the freshman and sophomores in the 60046 
and 60083 zip codes at the Lakes Community 
High School in the fall of 2004. 

The result of this policy will directly affect 
the students at Antioch Community High 
School. They will be unnecessarily subjected 
to an overcrowded school, their academic per- 
formance will be inhibited and their opportu- 
nity to participate in extra curricular activities 
will be limited. The students are also going to 
be inconvenienced by major renovations at 
the school. 

One of the school board's objectives is to 
create a school climate that encourages atten- 
dance and enhances student achievement. 
This proposed policy achieves the opposite. A 
cod of ethics that the school board members 
must adhere to is they shall represent all 
school district constituents honestly and 
equally. It's apparent to me that the parents 
and students that attend Antioch Community 
High School are given little consideration. 

What is in the best interest of this district is 
to have freshman, sophomore and juniors in 
the 60046 and 60083 zip codes attend Lakes 
Community High School in the fall of 2004. 
This would alleviate the overcrowding at the 
present campus, enhance student perform- 
ance at both schools and allow for more stu- 
dents to participate in extra curricular activi- 
ties. In 2005, Lakes Community High School 
would have an entire compliment of four 
classes. This would enable them to participate 
in varsity sports. 

Knowing that a few board members have 
children that are going to be upperclassmen in 
2004, it's time that they place the priorities of 
the district ahead of their children's social lives. 
I urge that all concerned citizens attend 
the Dec. 11 board meeting that will be held at 
the Antioch Community High School library at 
6:30 p.m. Ask Vicki Axton, Joyce Heneberry, 
Phil Delany and Wayne Sobczak how they 
could justify subjecting 1,900 students to an 
overcrowded school. 

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his mom Sonya, enjoys the balloon 
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BIRTHS 



Hunter Feral Johnson, a son, was bom Nov. 
14 at Condell Medical Center in Ubertyville to 
Eric and Suzanne Johnson of Antioch. His 
brother is Chase, age 1. His sister is Alexis, age 
2. Grandparents are Dora MendM of 
Tamarac, Fla., and Roswitha Rosenberg of 
Tamarac, Fla. 

Benjamin Thomas Wade, a son, was born 
Nov. 20 at Condell Medical Center to Elizabeth 
and Joe Wade of Antioch. His brother is Joey, 
age 18 months. Grandparents are Tom and 
Lynn Hanna of Palatine and Pam and Joe 
Wade of Palatine. Great-grandparent is 
Frances Mill of Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Gabriel Walter Gibson, a son, was born 
Nov. 21 at Condell Medical Center to Amanda 
Lang and Adam Gibson of Antioch. 
Grandparents are Russell Lang of Antioch and 
George and Jeannie Gibson of Antioch. Great- 
grandparent is Laurelle Lang of Bristol, Wis. 



It's not too early to^start making plans 
for January, and the Antioch Parks and 
Recreation Department is adding several 
new programs for a year of fun and fitness. 
"We're offering many new and "exciting 
programs at and through The Jungle Gym 
II, located in Antioch," said Laurie Stahl, 
parks director. "Among the classes are 
Iceless Hockey, Sports Conditioning, Hatha 
Yoga and Basketball." 

Several of the classes are geared toward 
children, with Hatha yoga being specifical- 
ly designated for adults. 

This class will be held at 9 a.m. on 
Tuesdays from Jan. 6 through Feb. 23. It is 
said to be more than just an exercise, but a 
holistic experience to rejuvenate the mind, 
body, and spirit with the focus being on 
alignment and breathing techniques that 
promote concentration, relaxation and 
flexibility. 

Iceless hockey is offered -to children 
between the ages of 5-12 years old on 
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. The 
class begins on Jan. 6 and runs through 
Feb. 26, and offers fun without the pressure 
of having to win games. 

Sticks and pucks will be provided, but 
participants must supply their own gog- 

Junior basketball will immediately fol- 
low iceless hockey from 7-8 p.m. on the 
same dates, and for the same age group of 
children. Clean gym shoes must be worn. 

The Rhino Club is a sports condition- 
ing class for those between the ages of 9-18 
years old. Weight training, stretching, plyo- 
metrics, agility training and speed drills are 
combined to provide a workout to enhance 
all sports. 

The class runs on Mondays and Fridays 
from Jan. 5 through Feb. 27 from 6-7 p.m. 
No special equipment is required. 

For more information about price and 
availability, call 847-395-2160 or stop by 
the Antioch Parks and Recreation 
Department at 806 Holbek, across the 
street from the Senior Center. " 




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Ok football fans, be proud to admit it, 
even relish in it. In addition to great 
runs by Carmel to the Class 6A title 
and Libertyville to Class 7A's runner- 
up status, you got caught up on the Northern 
Illinois bandwagon. 

You maybe even got out the old red and ' 
black and headed to a game or two in the 10- 
2 season, with a No. 29 national ranking. After 
all, the Huskies, were, for.one glorious week, 
in the top-15 in college football. 

But when the bowl season begins in 
. earnest Dec. 26 at the Motor City Bowl in 
Detroit, some .500 team from Northwestern 
will be playing. Yes, a .500 team from 
Evanstpn won its last game of the'regular sea- 
son oyer ari Illinois team that Libertyville or 
Carmel could have easily handled. 

With the BCS in place, which has been 
given a different moniker, these days in 
DeKalb that can't be printed here, despite 
NIU wins over Maryland, Iowa State and 
Alabama, losses to Bowling Green (NU's 
opponent) and Toledo were painful 
reminders that Midwest-based MAC teams 
almost have, repeat HAVE, to win their divi- . 
sion to even be considered for a bowl. 

"The problem with the system now is so 
many bowl slots are taken decided in August 
before anyone plays," said NIU coach Joe 
Novak after a 38-14 season-ending win over . 
Eastern Michigan., •'„' 

TJje.Huskies and North Chicago product 
Michael Turner, who rose to the top 15 in all- 
time leading NCAA rushers, had to settle fdrj'r 
10 alltMicl-American Conference selections ' 
as their consolation. That's not much conso- 
lation. 

No Christmas in Detroit for NIU faithful. . 
No packing for New Orleans (North Texas, 
which last played in a Burt Reynolds movie, 
vs. Memphis instead>,-no;GMAGBowl.in~^'^" 
Mobile Dec. 19 and no Tangerine Bowl in 
Orlando Dec. 22. Not even a trip to Fort 
Worth for the Fort Worth Bowl or the 
Humanitarian Bowl. I suggest a boycott of 
not watching teams with less than seven 
wins;.*^:,;- 

Who would of thunk it— NU as a bad boy 
in the bowl picture? I remember a certain ' 
gameiit.N^Ujn the early 1980s when NIU 
broke a 34-game^Wildcats losing streak. 

This is the thankVthe Huskies get? Some 
21,years later, how great would a NIU-NU 
bowl game have been, if onlythe Huskies had 
not suffered that loss to Bowling Green? 

Who needs them, anyway? NIU has its . 
bucks and memories from travelling to and 
beating Alabama 19-16 on that wonderful 
Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Turner 
said that was his biggest moment as a Huskie. 
As for the bowls, unless there is an eight- 
wins or better team involved, go shopping or 
watch prep wrestling or basketball. 

The local talk show hosts say NIU would 
not "travel well." Here's someone who had 
his credit card ready to back visits to Detroit, 
Fort Worth, Tex., New Orleans, or yes, even 
Boise. 

Back to the positives, what few there are 
at least. , , 

Turner, known as "The Burner", was 
named first team All-MAC. He finished with a 
three-touchdown, 166-yard effort against 
Eastern Michigan, passing the likes of 
Nebraska's Mike Rozier and Oregon State's 
Ken Simpnton on the All-Time NCAA Div. I 
rushing lisu Turner was joined by nine other 
Huskies on the All-MAC team. 

"That's a tremendous accomplishment 
for our program in a very, very competitive 
league.-Ten all-MAC players and seven first- 
teamers is really indicative of this group. 
There are eight seniors among that 10. That 
was a great senior class," Novak said. 

Thanks for the comforting words, but my 
California-Bowl III pennant will continue to 
grow in NIU lore and perhaps it should be 
framed; Tha,t was that very special day when 
NIU won 20-13 over California-Fullerton in 
Fresno. 

Twenty years between bowl games? With 
the present system, you might as well add . 
another zero to that, in the present system, 
anyway. 

Steve Peterson can be reached at 847-223-8161 . 
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quarter at a time for Sequoits 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Lakeland Correspondent ■ 

. Still playing without their top scorer in 
Kyle White, Antioch head coach Tom Duffy 
has had to alter his team's focus a tad. 

"We've re-evaluated our goals for each 
game," the coach said. "We try to take at least 
one charge per quarter, we try to score dou- 
ble-digits in each quarter and we always try to 
play hard. By doing all of these, it makes the 
guys more conscious of how many points we 
have and. where we stand at all times during 
the game. It also gets us to focus on eight min- 
utes, or a quarter, at a time." 

That formula worked to perfection 
against Carmel in non-conference action last 
week. 

In a 63-44 victory, the Sequoits scored 20 
points in the third frame but still only led by 
eight at 46-38. 

Eric Lear scored eight of his game-high' 14 
points in the period. Marshall Perry chipped 

"It was unheard of for us to score 20 
points in a quarter," a joking Duffy said. "But 
give Carmel a lot of credit. For having only, 
eight guys* playing, they played hard and 
stayed in the game all the way until the end. I 
just think our depth eventually wore them 
down and we were able to pull away." 

Antioch did wear down the Corsairs by 
outscoring them 17-6 in that final frame. 

Chandler' Kent joined Lear (11 points) 
Sequoits to score in double-figures. His trey at 
the halftime buzzer gave the home team a 
boost of momentum as it took a 26-22 advan- 
tage into the locker room. 

A balanced scoring attack has also made 

,-up for White not being in the lineup. Against 

J Carmel,., Ryan.^Eder L.and. :$rja.n. Sternberg, . 

added nine points while Chris Kiddoo joined 

Perry with seven. 

"We've had a lot of production, a lot of 
balance," Duffy said. 

The night before, Lake Forest got the best 
of Antioch 50-30. 

"We came out okay and were down 14-8 
after the first quarter," Duffy said. "But then 
they (Lake Forest) turned up their _defense. 
They really shut down our movement and 
were a lot more physical than we were." 

Lake Forest, picked by many to win the 
North Suburban Lake, started pulling away 
after outscoring Antioch 14-5 in the second 
frame. 




Antioch's Brian Sternberg attempts a fade-away jumper in his team's 63-44 win 
over Carmel. The Sequoits will be at Wauconda on Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 
p.m. — Photo by Steve Young 



Eder pumped in 13 and Kent added eight 
in the losing effort. 

Twenty-four turnovers also didn't help the 
Sequoits' cause.. ., 

Tnat's something Duffy and the gang 
hopes to improve on if they want to contend 
with the best-of-the-best in the NSC. 

Non-conference action, though, is the call 
of order this week when Antioch travels to • 
NSC Prairie hopeful Wauconda on Sat., Dec. 
13 at 7:30 p.m. 

"They have decent size but their speed is 
what we'll have to look out for," said Duffy, 
whose team currently stands at 2-4 overall and 
0-1 in league play. "They'll try and push the 
ball and get a lot of baskets in transition." 

Senior forward Alex Wallace is the main 
threat in the paint for the Bulldogs. Guards 
Hawk Haiduke, a junior, and Jay Grooms, a 



sophomore, will be the primary threats when 
it comes to containing the Dogs speed. 

The Wauconda game could also mark the 
return of White, who sprained his right ankle 
after landing awkwardly in the first game of 
the season. 

"It sure has taken awhile to heal. It's still 
nice and purple," Duffy said. "We'll take it easy ' 
on him and play him sparingly." 

The Sequoits will get a good taste of quali- 
ty competition Christmas week when they 
play in the Glenbard West Holiday tourna- 
ment. Games will be played on Dec. 22-23 and 
26-27. 

Antioch will play the iikes of De La Salle, 
Nazareth Academy and Timothy Christian. 

"There will be eight teams from eight dif- 
ferent leagues," Duffy said. "It's a good tour- 
nament." 



Lady Sequoits off to a solid start 



By ROB BACKUS 
rbackus@lakelandmedia.com 



The M.O. for Antioch's girls basketball 
team the last few years has been simple. The 
team starts off slow, then goes on a run 
through January and February to finish at or 
near .500. 

This time around, however, the Sequoits 
have avoided an early-season funk. 

"To have a better season we knew we 
needed a better start," Antioch coach Don 
Zeman said. "And so far it's worked out." 

Antioch started off the week, and its con- 
ference season, with a 50-35 win over Lake 
Forest. 

The Sequoits dominated the first three 
quarters, holding a 43-23 lead going into the 
final quarter. 

Even after the Scouts went on a 10-0 run in 
the first four minutes of the quarter, Antioch 
was able to make its free throws down the 
stretch, and built the lead back up to 15. 

"We played a solid game from beginning 
to end," Zeman said. "We were a little shaky 
dealing with Lake Forest's pressure in the 
fourth (quarter), but we recovered and hit our 
free throws when it counted." 

Katie Hofeldt led Antioch with 16 points, 
but more importantly, helped contain All-NSC 
team member Kristen Cartwright, holding her 
to 13 points, and just one field goal in the sec- 
ond half. 

Katherine Reynolds chipped in with 12 



points for the Sequoits. 

Antioch also had a solid game against a 
very tough Carmel team, and actually held a 
23-21 lead at halftime. 

The Corsairs, however, outscored Antioch 
20-9 in the third quarter, led by Caitlyn 
Krombach's eight third-quarter points. 

"We matched them basket for basket in 
the first half," Zeman said. "Then we lost track 
of Krombach in the third quarter and she hit 
some big shots. That was the difference." 

What pleased Zeman, though, was his 
team's ability to keep playing hard in the 
fourth quarter, something, he says, not all 
teams would do. 

"We regrouped and played a real strong 
fpurthquarter," Zeman said. "It was encourag- 
ing that we bounced back; a lot of teams would 
have given up." 

Jennie Dewar (18 points) and Hofeldt (12 
points) led Antioch (5-3, 1-0 NSC Lake) from 
the field. 

"I'm real pleased with our start," Zeman 
said. "All three of our losses have been to qual- 
ity teams (Dundee Crown, Lake Zurich and 
Carmel). 

"The start was key because we hope to say 
in the mix of the Lake division. It would be nice 
to play meaningful games late in the season. 
So far the girls have made progress and have 
developed, so 18-20 wins is within our grasp." 

Antioch will look to add another digit to 
the win column when it travels to Warren on 
Dec. il at 7:30 p.m. 




Antioch's Jennie Dewar attempts a 
shot under the basket in her team's 
51-38 win over Carmel. The Sequoits 
will be at Warren on Thursday, Dec. 11 
at 7:30 p.m.— Photo by Steve Young , 



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SPORTS 



December 12, 2003 



Lady Rams still 



By ROB BACKUS 
rbackus@lakelandmedia.com 






It's hard to tell yet whether Grayslake is 
great or merely good. 

Sure the team has flown out of the gate to 
an 8-0 start, but, with the exception of Lake 
Forest and Jacobs, the Lady Rams have yet to 
play a tough opponent. 

That could change Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7 
p.m. when the Rams travel across the coun- 
ty line to take on FVC rival McHenry. 

"McHenry will be a good litmus test of 
where we are," Grayslake coach Mike Hirsch 
said. 

In a pair of game this past week, the 
Rams crushed FVC foes Crystal Lake South 
(80-31) and Jacobs (63-41). 

In both games, it was all Kayla Ming, all 
the time. 

Against Crystal Lake South, Ming scored 



16 of her game-high 31 points in the third 
quarter. In fact, the third quarter was the 
last action she saw, sitting out the fourth as 
her team was winning comfortably. 

"Our man-to-man defense was solid 
against Crystal Lake South," Hirsch said. 
"We need to get everyone playing good 
defense." 

Lauren Trentadue had 10 points and 
Rachel Miner and Ashley Brennan each 
added seven in the win over the Gators. 

Against Jacobs, despite battling a severe 
cold, Ming made the opposition sick by 
scoring a game-high 26 points, including a 
three-pointer at the end of the third quarter 
that put her team up for good, 44-35. 

Grayslake pulled away in the fourth 
quarter, outscoring the Golden Eagles 19-6 
in the frame. 

Despite the big win, Hirsch was not 
pleased with his team's play at times. 



The Rams held just a 28-25 halftime 
lead, and actually trailed Jacobs by five in 
the third quarter. 

"Jacobs did a lot of things that made it 
difficult for us to score in our half-court set," 
Hirsch said. "We kind of fell asleep out 
there. We thought we could roll and we 
can't do that. We can never stop working 
hard." , 

Bethany Russ had nine points and Erica, 
Fadden added eight for Grayslake. Jessica 
Piasecki also did a nice job filling in for 
Rachel Miner, who was forced to miss the 
game due to illness. '' 

With his team out of the gates at 8-0, 
Hirsch knows they will be marked the rest of 
the.season. . 

"We're the team everybody probably 
circles on their calendar," Hirsch said. 
"Hopefully, the girls will respond according- 
ly." 



Youth movement underway for Rams 



By ROB BACKUS 
rbackus@lakelandmedia.com 



Although Grayslake coach Steve Wood's 
team is young, given that there are only three 
seniors on the roster, you couldn't tell By the 
way it wrestled at the eight-team Rockford 
East Invite. . 

The Rams finished third with 175 points, 
just three points behind second-place 
Moline. 

"I was very happy with how we wrestled 
in the tournament," Wood said. "We won 
some matches we weren't supposed to win, 
which is always the goal of a young team." 

Grayslake's individual results in the 
tournament were as follows: Dane Lund (1st 
place, 103 pounds); Jerry Baumgartner (4th, 



103 pounds); Trevor Hall (4th, 112 pounds); 
Curran Allenstein (2nd, 119 pounds); Travis 
Atkins (4th, 125 pounds); Luis Mendoza (4th, 
130 pounds); Drew Spencer (6th, 135 
pounds); Greg Harkins (5th, 140 pounds); 
Jon Alcala (1st, 145 pounds); Eric Naranjo 
(4th, 152 pounds); August Trexler (2nd, 160 
pounds); Matt Simon (2nd, 171 pounds) and 
Matt Brady (2nd, heavyweight). 

Lund and Allenstein are the only return- 
ing sectional qualifiers for Grayslake. 

"We have a team goal to get better every 
meet," Wood said. "We gave up a lot of pins 
in our first quad on Nov. 25, but since then 
the kids have'responded. We don't win every 
match, but we improve every match. I tell the 
kids all the time that success is not measured 
by wins and losses. That will help down the 



road." 

Besides hoping for continuous 
improvement,' Wood hopes his team will 
finish in the top-3 at regionals and in the 
Fox Valley Conference. 

"We showed we could wrestle with 
anyone by hanging tough with Crystal 
Lake Central," said Wood, Whose team lost 
to the Tigers 35-28. "They're always an 
excellent team and we came up just 
short." 

As far as the conference goes,; Wood 
feels he will know a lot more after this 
week, as his team tangles with FVC foes 
Cary-Grove and Jacobs. 

The Rams will be at Cary-Grove on 
Thursday, Dec. 1 1 and at Jacobs on Friday, 
Dec. 12. 



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SPORTS 



Sports of all sorts 

The Mundelein Park District is offering 
sports classes for children ages 4-8. The class- 
es will begin on Jan. 5 and run to Jan". 26 for 
children 4-8 years old, and Feb. 2-23 for chil- 
dren 6-8 years old at the Mundelein 
[Community Center. The fee is $19 for resi- 
dents and $29 for nonresidents. For registra- 
tion information call Scott at 847-566-0650/ 
[Ext. 29. or stop by the main office at 1401 N. 
[Midlothian. 

Girls fastpitch softball clinics 

The park district and the Mundelein 
Thunder coaching staff are offering an indoor 
softball clinic for girl's ages 7-14. The clinic 
will begin on Jan. 10-March 20. Level A for girls 
7fl4 years of age with little or no competitive 
playing experience will run from 8:30-10 a.m. 
Level B for girls 10-14 years of age with two- 
plus years of competitive playing experience 
will run from 10:15-11:45 a.m. Clinics are held 
at the Mundelein Community Center. The 
registration fee is $60 for residents/$90 non- 
residents. For more information call Bill 
T'Niemi at 847-566-1109 or stop by the main 
office. 



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Men's hoops 

The park district is offering men's basket- 
ball for adults 18-up. The program begins on. 
Jan. 4-March 28 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the 
Mundelein Community Center. The fee is $36 
for residents/$54 nonresidents. For registra- 
tion call Scott at 847-566-0650, Ext. -29 or stop 
by the main office; 

Youth basketball 

The park district is offering youth basket- 
ball leagues for children in first-sixth grades. 
The first and second grade league will be held 
on Mondays from 6-8:30 p.m. starting on Jan; 
5. The third and fourth grade league will be 
held on Wednesdays from 6-9 p.m. starting on 
March 10. The fifth and sixth grade league Will 
be held on Mondays from 6-9 p.m. starting on 
Feb. 23. The girls fifth-seventh grade league 
will be held on Wednesdays from 6-8:30 p.m. 
starting on Jan. 7. The registration fee is $50 for 
residents and $75 nonresidents. For registra- 
tion information call Scott at 847-566-0650, 
Ext-29 or stop.by the main office 

Adult open volleyball 

The park district is offering open volley- 
ball for adults 18-up. The program begins on 



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Jan. 5-Feb. 16 from 7-9 p.m. at the Carl 
Sandburg Middle School. The fee is $21' for 
residents/$31 nonresidents. For more infor- 
mation call Scott at 847-566-0650, Ext. 29 or 
stop by the main office.' 

Adult Co-ed volleyball 
leagues 

The park district will be offering co-ed 
adult volleyball leagues starting on Feb. 11. 
Games will be held at the Mundelein 
Community Center. The fee is $280 per team. 
Resident team registration is Jan. 5-11, 
Mundelein business sponsor team registra- 
tion is from Jan. 2-18, and open registration 
begins on Jan. 19. Registration will close when 
all available spaces have been filled or on Jan. 
30 For registration information call Scott at 
847-566-0650, Ext. 29 or stop by the main 
office. 

Tennis 

The park district is offering youth- and 
adult tennis lessons. All classes will be held at 
Libertyville Tennis Club and taught by 
Libertyville Tennis Club pros. For more infor- 
mation call 847-566-0650 or stop by the main 
office. 

Karate 

The park district is offering a variety of 
Karate classes. The classes are taught under 
the instruction of Illinois Shotokan Karate. 
Participants will develop^ coordination, 
strength, personal safety skills, agility, poise, 
self-confidence, and discipline through a vari- 
ety of fun and creative activities. For more 
information call 847-566-0650 or stop by the 
main office. 

Teens 

The park district will be offering teen rec 
nights on Fridays of every month (Nov. 7-21, 
Dec. 5, Jan. 9) from 8- 1 p.m. at the Mundelein 
Community Center for children in grades six- 
eight. Fee is $5 per visit. For more information 
call Scott at 847-566-0650, Ext. 29 or stop by 
the main office. 

The park district will be having an all night 
lock-in for children in grades six-eight. There 
will be movies, games, snacks and fun going 
on all night. This is an opportunity to stay 
"out" all night with your friends. Make sure 
you bring your sleeping bag, pillow and swim- 
suit. Pre-registration is MANDATORY. No reg- 
istrations will be accepted on the night of this 



Southlake Club hosts 
junior racquetball clinic 



Grab this opportunity to spend some 
time with instructor Ben Croft, who will 
be in the Mundelein area during the hol- 
iday season, 

Croft is the cu'rrent 18-and-under 
National Racquetball Champion, placing 
him as the number one junior in the 
country. 

Although a full-time college student, 
he still maintains a No. 25 ranking on the 
IRT pro tour. Croft is an advanced AmPro 
certified instructor and he will give kids 



some great insight into racquetball strat- 
egy, strokes, rules and game competition. 

Kids will have the opportunity to 
spend some one-on-one time with Croft 
on the court. The Club will provide 
equipment. 

The clinic is for beginning to interme- 
diate players, ages 12-18, and will take 
place on Saturday, Dec. 27 from 11 a.m.- 
1 p.m. The fee is $10 for club members, 
and $15 for non-members. 

To register, call 847-949-8180. 



event. If the minimum number of participants 
(25) is not met Dec. 12, this event will be can- 
celled. The registration fee is $15 for resi- 
dent/$22 nonresidents. For more information 
call Scott at 847-566-0650, Ext. 29, or stop by 
the main office. 

Tae Kwon Do 

The park district is offering a variety of Tae 
Kwon Do classes. The classes are taught under 
the instruction of Sun's National Tae Kwon Do 
in Mundelein. Participants will gain self-confi- 
dence, self-discipline, coordination, physical 
fitness and self-defense techniques. For more 
information call 847-566-0650 or stop by the 
main office. 

Racquetball 

The park district is offering a variety of 
youth and adult racquetball lessons. All class- 
es will be held at Southlake Club. This is a 
great chance to learn to play racquetball and 
be part of a league. Rules and instructions will 
be given the first week of play. For more infor- 



mation call 847-566-0650 or stop by the main 
office. 

Winter gymnastics 

The park district and the gymnastics Spot 
will be offering gymnastics classes for children 
ages 4 1/2 and up. The classes will begin on 
Jan. 10-March 6 at the Gymnastics Spot at 200 
S. Shaddle in Mundelein. The fee is $58 for res- 
idents/$87 nonresidents. For more informa- 
tion call Scott at 847-566-0650, Ext. 29, or stop 
by the main'office. 

Youth indoor soccer 

The park district will be offering indoor 
soccer for children ages 4-12. The league will 
begin on. Jan. 10-Feb. 28. The fee for the 
league is $55 for per child for residents/$82 
nonresidents. (T-shirt included). Children 
are divided according to ages: 4-5, 5-6,7-9 
and 22-23. For more information or you are 
interested in becoming a parent coach, call 
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rang$)fl i-jf?ricei from !,$&$, with charmsxpst- 
ing between $18-60; the; higher-end charms 
often have small dangles or cubic zirconla/ 
^&with the' most expensive/designs carrying ' 



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either; some modular styles are indeed worn 
as ^atchbandS; while others are worn ai j; 
ankfets or carried as keycjiains. One of'the 
ne%5t "charged." accesspijes, is the je;?fj b 
c^rm, acha.fetiiat hookaibetween a frpnr 
and'back belt tqdp on a pair) pf jeans; ; : m 
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jSgrowirig over the past couple '# years.J'tsaid , 
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Fi'iiiClaire's sto^s, located in "most malls) ahgi; 
' Lavello (available at Hannah's and Fancy 
! " Fakes in Gumee Mills), ^ohg others: 
Starter bracelets;range from;$5 : 8 and the ^ 
charcns generallyjcost betvy^i^$t.25 : $8. 1 ■"" 

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Claire's, Fancy Fakes, Hannah's and Icing 

all have some variety ofdangle charms that can 

; be attached to key chains, round-link bracelets, 

anklets, necklaces or even zippers. The prices 

range from $2-20. 

Some of these are sold as completed 
bracelets, with the maker choosing the charm 
variety. For younger girls, Hannah's offers 
friendship bracelets sold in a matching set of 
two for about $8. 

Kohl's sells boxed charm bracelets by 
Charmed as well as Mudd watches that come 
with charms that can be added to the watch as 
desired. 

In addition to offering Mudd watches and 
modular bracelets, I.C. Penney's carries 
Charming Moments bangle watches with 
charms that slide over the bangle and 14-karat 
white and yellow gold initial charms with snap- 
lock clasps. 

While many charm collectors like the non- 
tarnishing aspect of the stainless steel modular 
charms, others prefer traditional sterling silver 
dangling charms. 

Marshall Fields carries the Judith Jack jew- 
elry line, which features sterling silver, enamel 
and marcasite completed charm bracelets. 
Since August, the company has sold its charms, 
bracelets and anklets individually. 

The result is that collectors can create their 
own pieces in a way that is more affordable. 

Judith Jack, known for their attention to 
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and their use of high-quality marcasite cut with 
small facets to help catch light, sells charms for 
$48 each. Double-ring link bracelets sell for $38 
and single-ring link anklets sell for $20. 

Hot sellers in this line include enameled 
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My Mom celebrates her 75th birth- 
day this week. It's brought back 
my brothers and enough memo- 
ries to outlast our supply of left- 
over Thanksgiving turkey. 

Why is it that two grown men with thin- 
ning hair and midlife midrifs revert back to 
their Wonder Bread days the minute mom 
gives them a smooch and straightens their 
ties? And why is it that, while they're cavort- 
ing around like third-graders, I'm left holding 
their luggage as the designated housekeeper? 

Oh yeah, boys will be boys. But while I'm 
tidying up, I might as well dust off my broth- 
ers' baby books. Those yellowed photos of 
naked backsides need a fresh perspective to 
reflect the solid citizens they've become. 

So here's a birthday gift for you, Mom— . 
and "just desserts" for your sons! 

A Treasured Keepsake: From Puppy Dog 
Tales To Bowser Gets "Busted" Again 

First foods 

Your biggest boy sure has progressed 
beyond burping up formula and pureed peas. 
Now, instead of eating bugs, "Mr. Science" is 
writing treatises on water fleas for esoteric 
journals like "The Inside Pupa on Larva." 

I know you still burst with maternal pride 
just thinking about his last visit. 

After all, Professor Bro' almost made 
another distinguished journal— under the 
"Police Beat"— when he decided to search 
Wauconda's Bangs Lake for the illusive 
"Hyalellaazteca." 

While resting that big brain in his parked 
car waiting for a thunderstorm to pass, our 
snoozing academic was awakened by 
Wauconda's finest. Not surprisingly, they had 
a hard time believing that this guy, dressed 
like a down-and-out fly fisherman, had dri- 
ven all the way from Pennsylvania in a quest 




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LIFE 

Leslie Glazier- Werner 



for the Loch Ness — oops — I mean "freshwa- 
ter shrimp" in Bangs Lake. Too bad, Mom, 
they finally believed 'him— you could have 
had some great wallet -size photos to show 
off, along with new fingerprints for his baby 
book! . 

Most memorable play date 

Both of your boys revealed their callings 
at play. That's why you have fond memories 
of apologizing to the neighbors after your 
youngest, the budding artist, dug up.their 
landscaping to create a more aesthetically 
pleasing arrangement— in our yard. 

But only years later would brothers Cain 
and Abel team up for their most memorable 
play date — this time with the sheriffs depart- 
ment in Lubbock, Texas. 

Drawn in by the artistic potential of a 
Texan vista, younger brother joined the 
"prof on another foray for scientific speci- 
mens, this time white-footed mice native to 
the Southwest. 

Unfortunately, neither brother has ever 
been big on logistics, like carrying enough 
money to buy food and gas. As a result, only 
after filling the back of his jalopy with mice 
did our P.D. candidate realize he needed to 
keep these rodents alive. So their meager 
funds went down the mousehole, until Cain 
and Abel ended up stranded outside 
Lubbock, Texas. The starving artist and scien- 
tist were reduced to using their underwear as 



sunshades and fighting over the last of the 
mice feed. 

Enter the Lubbock Sheriffs Department 
to the rescue, followed by a memorable 
phone call to you, Mom: "Howdy mam. Ya'll 
these boys' mama? Weeelll, ya'll know what 
yer boys been up to? They been trappin' 
mice, ya hear? Ya'll better wire them boys 
some money, and we'll send 'em home for a 
good talkin' to by their mama! 

And STILL no pictures! " 

First day of school 

It's been a long road for your sons, from 
that first nervous walk to school, to their cur- 
rent illustrious careers educating others, and 
"maybe making a buck." 

The road has been littered with gruesome 
science projects and funky sculptures, all of 
them somehow ending up dumped in your 
basement. 

And now those memories are even more 
important— you've finally managed to 
unload the actual mementos back on their 
rightful owners by moving to a condd. 

Take heart mom, your "school boys" will 
continue to create "precious moments" — 
because, trust me, they'll never learn. From a 
stalled Fiat in New York's Holland Tunnel 
after visiting a Picasso exhibit, to an interro- 
gation by a suspicious forest ranger eyeing a 
dead shrew in a frying pan, your boys will 
continue to test the mettle of our brave 
"keepers of the peace." 

And, as for this "brothers' keeper"— let's 
just hope "housekeeping" doesn't leave 
another special memento under some pil- 
lows tonight! 



Leslie Glazier-Werner can be contacted at 
lesonlife@msn. com. 



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a classic for the whole family. A story of. 
warmth and cuddly, jolly feelings...wait, 
stop - there is a new holiday classic comin' 
to town, and it will add a new dimension to 
the holidays! 

This holiday Season, Steve Oedekerk, .0. 
Entertainment and IMAX break new (and 
frozen) ground by bringing movie goers .the 
first-ever MAX animated holiday feature 
"Santa vs. the Snowman." IMAX brings. 
home;a bag M of laughs for the h61idays : 
with a tale of unstoppable hilarity and visu- 
al magic that may just; become the most 
popular, must-see holiday family tradition 
for years to come - a wildly revolutionary 
Yuletide story for the new millennium. 
Combining the off-the-wall humor of Steve ; 
Oedekerk, the Academy Award - nomihat- , 
ed creator and producer of Jimmy Neutron 
(along with John A. Davis and Keith Alcorn ;; 
of DNA Productions) whose other hilarious, 
films include "The Nutty Professor" and i 
"Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls," with the --■ 



Academy Award winning IMAX technology 
results in a film as funny as it is. visually 
stunning. 

Tradition is turned on its head when an 
innocent and lovable snowman discovers 
Santa's Village and reaches in the workshop 
window to pick up a shiny new flute. What 
ensues , is an all-put, riotous battle for 
Christmas, with the snowman and his min- 
ions squaring off against Santa and his elf 
army for the rights to the worldwide gift 
delivery franchise of die jolly man inred. 

the lioiidayshave never before looked 
like this on screens up to eight stories tall, 
surrounded by 12,000 watts of uncom- 
pressed digital sound! 

"Santa vs. the Snowman" features the 
voices of Jonathan Winters, Ben Stein and 
Victoria Jackson. . ' .'■• %■: 

The Navy Pier.IMAX Theatre is located 
at Navy Pier at 700 East Grand Ave., Ste; 
11 5, in .Chicago. 

For : more information call 312-595 
5MAX (5629) or, 312-595 5999 or visitthe 
Web site at www.tmax.com/chicago. 



Early Music at Prairie Crossing's Byron Colby 
Barn presents Alison Attar and Joel Spears perform- 
ing "Music for Harp and Lute" on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 
4 p.m. 

Harpist Alison Attar and Iutenist Joel Spears pre- 
sent a concert of music from the. Middle Ages 
through the baroque period. Holiday music is on the 
program, as are pieces by composers such as 
Francesco Landini, Francesco Canova da Milanb, 
John Johnson and Sylvius Leopold Weiss. 

Tickets are $15. Children under the age of-16 
admitted free. All concerts are on Sunday afternoons 
at 4 p.m. For more information, call 847-543-1202. , 

The Byron Colby Barn is located in the Prairie 
Crossing Community in Grayslake. 

Christmas Gala 

The Sign of the Dove Fine Arts -Ministry pre- 
sents Christmas Gala 2003 with "A Season of Truth," 
performed on Friday, Dec. 12. 

This national production features the smooth 
jazz sounds of Louisiana, and special guests, 
"Friends of Gabriel." 

The evening willalso include hors d'oeuvres, a 
full-scale cast of singers and dancers, and much- 
more. Refreshments begin at 6:30 p.m. and show 
time is at 8 p.m. The show will be held 424 tenth 
Street in Waukegan.' 

For ticket information, call 847-662-1380. 



Sing-along Messiah 

The North Suburban Symphony will present a 
Sing-Along Messiah on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 4 p.m. in. 
the Gorton Community Center of Lake Forest 

Soloists will -be Thesesa'Luddeh, Alec Jeong, 
Robert Frost, Jean-Marie Minton and Bobby Lewis. 

Choral Dynamics will support the orchestra as 
the on-stage choral ensemble. This Lake County 
PADS benefit will be sponsored by local businesses. 
All ticket sales will be donated to PADS with suggest- . 
ed door donations of $8 for individuals, $16 for fami- 
lies, and $5 for students and seniors. Vocal scores will 
be available for $7.50. 

For further information or reservations^ call the 
Lake Bluff Park District at 847-234-4150. 




Taking care of Fido 

Lambs Farm and the Pet Sitters of America, 




Inc., present a free seminar on "First Aid for Pets" on 
Tuesday, Ded 16, from 7-9 p.m. 

A local veterinarian will lead the inforrnatonal 
session, which will cover how to take a pulse, detect-; 
ing dehydration, bandaging, CPR, covering wounds, 
transporting pets safely and more, using a live 
demonstration dog. '.j'- y 

The Pet Shop of Lambs Farm has partnered 
"with the Pet Sitters of America ,Inc. and. this is the 
second free seminar being offered to the public as a , 
service to the local community. ; . 

The Pet Shop also offers dog. training courses 
throughout the year; If you are interested in learn- 
ing more about the classes, call the number below. 

The Pet Shop of Lambs Farm- is located at 1-94 
and Route 176 in Libertyville. those interested in . 
attending should call the Pet Shop at 847-367-7606 
to make a reservation. 

Watch the birdies 

Learn the fine art of bird watching from a 
member of the Lake County Chapter of die 
National Audubon Society. An Audubon Bird Walk 
will take place at Lyons Woods in Waukegan on 
Sunday, Dec. 14,'frOm 8-9:30 a.m. Lyons Woods is 
near the intersection of Blanchard Road and 
. Sheridan Road. ~l!.jv,t 

Bring a field guide and biriocitlars if you have 
them and dress for the weather. -No registration 
required for this free event and all ages invited. 

For more information, call 847;968-3321 orvisit 
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Holiday theater 

The First Baptjst Church of Winthrop Harbor 
presents "Ah Unexpected Christmas" on Saturday, 
Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 14 at 1 1 a.m. 

Pastor Michael Brown invites you and your 
family to attend this drama and enjoy this holiday 
season. . 

First Baptist Church is located at 3001 West 9th 
Street, Winthrop Harbor. For details, call 847-872- 
5312 or e-mail to FBCWH@integrity.com 




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training programs as well as individuals to assist 
with administrative and community outreach activ- 
ities. The construction training program also needs 
new and used construction materials and tools to 
help provide young adults with marketable con- 
struction skills. 

The construction training volunteers will 
assist in construction skills training, on-site con- 
struction and small construction projects in the 
classroom. Education volunteers will assist the 
director of education with tutoring in English, 
math and other subjects related to G.E.D test 
preparation. Administrative volunteers will assist 
with reception duties, accounting and database 
creation. 

As far as tools and materials go, YouthBuild 
needs lumber, nails, drywaU, windows, doors and 
any housing- construction- related materials. Power 
hand tools, table saws, drills, hand tools, tool belts 
and any other construction- related tools are need- 
ed to outfit the construction training shop and par- 
ticipants. 

YouthBuild is a community development por- 
gram that offers job training, education, counseling, 
leadership and development opportunities to 
unemployed, low- income and very low income, out 
of school young adults ages 16-24 through the con- 
struction and rehabilitation of affordable housing in 
their communities. 

For more information on the Youth 
Conservation Corps, Inc., and their programs or to 
donate to YCCInc. or apply for YCC YouthBuild, call 
Bob McCammon, executive director, at 847-623- 
0900 or visit the Web site at www.youthconserva- 
tion.org. 

Run for your life 

Teams are now forming for the American 
Cancer Society 2004 Relay for life of Gurnee and 
Wadsworth. 

Join a team, join a committee, or just volun- 
teer to help. The group is also looking for cancer 
survivors to participate in the relay event. 
Consider making a difference in someone else's 
life, join in for the 2004 Relay for Life of Gurnee 
and Wadsworth. 

Contact Michelle Robinson for more informa- 
tion on how you can participate. Call 847 : 604-8757 
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Bargain hunting 

Antiques, Collectibles & Flea Market held at the 
Lake County Fairgrounds, 50 S. Route 45 in 



Grayslake on Saturday, Dec. 13 and Sunday, Dec. 14. _ 
For Saturday early buyers (8 - 10 a.m.), admission is 
$15. Regular admission is $4. Hours are Saturday, 10 
a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, 7 a.m.-3 p.m. 

For more information, call 715-526-9769 orvisit 
www.lakecountyfairassoc.com. 



Santa sighting 



Santa will visit the Grayslake Municipal 
Historical Museum at 164 Hawley Street on Sunday, 
Dec. 14, from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. 

Free pictures will be taken of children with 
Santa In the museum's vintage sleigh. t The 
Grayslake woven throw with pictures of Grayslake 
will be available for purchase. 

Everyone is welcome to attend. For more infor- 
mation, call 847-223-0250. 

Eat with the big guy 

Breakfast with Santa will take place at St. 
Ignatius of Antioch, 500 E. DepotStreet in Antioch 
on Saturday, Dec. 13 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Come 
and enjoy the food and fun. 

Cost for adults will be $5 kids get in for $3. For 
information, contact Pete at 847-973-1399 or Larry 
at 262-265-8713. 

Santa's cozy cottage 

Santa's Cottage in Mundelein is open Friday, 
Saturday and Sunday through Dec. 14. Members 
and volunteers of Mundelein MainStreet coordinate 
all of the activities around the cottage with the sup- 
port of local business sponsors, community groups, 
the Village of Mundelein, the Mundelein police and 
fire departments and the public works department 

Santa visits are free for children of all ages and 
children receive goodie bags and coupons from 
local business owners. Families are invited to take 
their own photographs for unforgettable seasonal 
memories. 

Help out less fortunate neighbors by bring- 
ing canned foods only to Santas Cottage when 
you and your family visit Santa. All donations 
will benefit the Open Door in Mundelein (La 
PuertaAbierta). 

The event is sure to be exciting and memo- 
rable for young and old alike. Santa's Cottage 
hours are: Fridays from 6:30-9 p.m.; Saturdays 
from 12-4; p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 
The cottage is located at the corner of Seymour 
and Park Avenue. 

For more information or to become a member 
of Mundelein MainStreet, contact Marian 
Rodriguez at 847-970-9235 or visit the Web site at 
www.mundeleinmainstreet.org. 



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A festival of flowers, 
lights and music 

Treat family and friends to the 
magic, warmth and splendor ofa4tat 
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opening this week 



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By George O. Singleton 




In a recent conversation, Nikki 
Chojnacki, the promotions 
director for Marcus Cinemas in 
Gurnee, shared her enthusiasm 
for what's going on at her 20-screen 
theater complex at Gurnee Mall. 
She's been with Marcus for 
eight years, having started with the 
company at the age of 16. During 
that time she also received her 
bachelor's degree. She loves the 
films Marcus cinemas show and her 
enthusiasm for recent family films 
like "Looney Tunes" and "The Cat 
in the Hat" is clearly genuine.! 
asked her which films have missed 
or exceeded expectations and she 
pointed out that "Radio" started off 
slowly opening weekend but on the 
following week sold out shows in 
two theaters. She says it came from 
behind, as 

"My BigPat.Greek Wedding." did. 
"It's a word of mouth movie. It's 
suitable for children. It teaches a 
lesson to everyone, I think, on how 





to treat people." "Love Don't Cost a 
Thing," which comes out today, 
might also fit this description. 

Clint Eastwood's "Mystic River" 
has' been exceptional, mostly for the 
"late 30s and above" crowd, Nikki 
pointed out. We both marveled at 
how Eastwood brings the best out 
in actors such as Tim Robbins and 
Kevin Bacon. "It's such an intense 
film, it was beautiful. People will 



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like it or not I think it was brilliant," 
says Nikki. 

Nikki is looking forward to 
"Lord of the Rings: The Return of- 
the King" (you can see bur review 
here next week). For "LOTR: ROTK," 
she'd like to do a midnight show, or 
a 10 p.m., if the studio gives them 

Parents will be interested to 
know that the theater does check . 
for ID's on R rated films. They are 
not just looking for 'a school ID, but 
something with a birth date on it If 
you are 17, you can see an R-rated 
movie without an adult But here's 
what you might not know about the 
rating system: a 17-year-old guy can 
get into an R-rated film but not with 
his 16-year-old date. If he is 18, he is 
considered an adult and can bring 
in someone who is under 17 to an 
R-rated movie.! Nikki fully supports 
the MPAA rating policy. "We card 
left arid right here," she said. 

Nikki liked "Texas Chainsaw 
Massacre." "The gore parts were 
done tastefully." Someone who likes 
popular crowd-pleasers as well as 
films such as the art house favorite 
"Swimming Pool" is just the type of 
person we need at our local multi- . 
plex. 

When Nikki can't see what she 
wants to at the multiplex, she 
makes the trek to Highland Park to , 
see films such as "Whale Rider," 



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"Swimming Pool," or "Thirteen" (R- 
rated and a harder edged and realis- 
tic look at the same subject that 
"Love Don't Cost a Thing'' covers. 
Our teen critic, who writes for the 
Web site, says that 16-year-olds live 
in an R : rated world. He challenges 
the MPAA, saying teens cannot see 
some of the films they most need to 
see without a parent or an older 
teen (who more than likely has no 
interest in taking them to the 
movies). 

Niidd is pleased that Marcus 
had "Lost in Translation" so soon 
after it's opening at Landmark the- 
aters. Although Marcus in Gurnee 
targets a younger audience many of 
whom are in the Navy, the theater 
does showmany arthouse films. If 
you see something listed that may 
have been released a few weeks ear- 
lier, just check the "current movie 
reviews" page at www.reelmovie- 
critic.com to find the review. Unless 
you are very organized, finding the 




Friday paper of a few weeks ago is 
not going to happen! 

In response to what she'd like 
for you to know about the Marcus . 
Cinemas, Nikki said, "I want to kind ' 
of play up the kid movies. We have 
a nice family environment. This 
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Bob Cratchit (John Lister) asks Ebenezer Scrooge if he can put another coal on 
the fire in this scene from the Goodman Theatre's production of Charles Dickens' 
A Christmas Carol. 



CRITIC'S CHOICE / Play 

"A Christmas Carol" 
By Tom Witbm 




G hades Dickens' classic story "A 
Christmas Carol" dates back to 
1843, but there's nothing old hat 
about this timeless work. 
We have seen it multiple times, yet the. 
annual production at the Goodman 
Theatre in Chicago is always a treat. This 
year is no. exception. 

As adapted by Tohi Creamer and 
directed by Kate Buckleyi "A Christmas 
Carol" clearly continues to -age like a fine 
wine. The more one is exposed to it, the 



more one can appreciate its subtleties. . 
ii : Mpst of the multiracial 26-member, 
cast- including William Brown as 
Ebeneezer Scrooge> John Lister as Bob 
Cratchit and William J. Norris as Jacob 
Marley - are veterans of previous produc- 
tions and bring special nuances to their 
roles. 

Scrooge has had a lifelong flirtation 
with Midas, the fabled king granted the 
power of turning all he touched into gold. 
Friendless and ill-regarded for his miserly 
ways; Scrooge eventually finds enlighten- 
ment one Christmas Eve when the fright- 
ening and unhappy spirit of his late busi- 
ness partner (Marley) suddenly appears to 



warn him to change his ways. Three 
ghosts, Christmas Past (Lisa Dodsonj, 
Christmas Present (Bradley Mott, who also 
plays the affable Mr. Fezziwig, Scrooge's 
happy-go-lucky former employer) and 
Christmas Yet to Come. 

The haunting memories stirred up in 
Scrooge, as he wanders through space and 
/time with his spirit escorts open his eyes 
to injustice, poverty and suffering all 
around him. He comes to know Fezziwig's 
power to spread joy ("It lies in words and 
looks") and recognizes the need to pay his 
hard-working clerk a proper wage so he 
and his struggling family can live in digni- 
ty. He also opens his heart to a kind and 
generous nephew (played by Kevin Theis). 
Brown's Scrooge is truly transformed, 
as he giddily shouts season's greetings to 
strangers and orders that the local butcher 
to send the biggest turkey to the Cratchit 
house. But the production especially 
shines when Scrooge finds himself trying 
to sing Christmas carols (something he 
has not done for many a year) and must 
improvise on the lyrics, "Good King *.?/ 
What's His Name." 

He also gets completely lost after the 
first few bars of "Noel. " 

Incidental music adds a warm touch, 

and the massive rollaway sets impress. : 

Scrooge's quarters, laced with huge 

cobwebs, look more somber and forlorn 

than ever. 

'. - "A Christmas Carol" is just the ticket 
for adults and their families to get every- 
one in tune with the holiday season. 




"A Christmas Carol" 

Goodman Theatre, Chicago 

■ Through Dec. 27 ; 

Ticket information: (312) 443-3800 



'Ole Village Tavern 
rings in the new year 

For a unique experience, ring in 2004 
where revelers have made merry since 1847! 
Long Grove's Village Tavern, possibly the oldest 
continuously run tavern in northeastrn Illinois, 
will celebrate New Year's Eve Wednesday, Dec. 
31st, with a special dinner, live music and door 
prizes. 

The New Year's Eve dinner menu, with six 
entree choices served with salad, potato and 
dessert, will be served from 8-11 p.m. The cost 
is $26.95 per person plus tax and gratuity. 
Reservations are required. The Tavern's regular 
dinner menu will be available that day from 5 
p.m. to 7 p.m. In keeping with the Tavern's long & 
tradition of supporting a wide range of charita- 
ble projects and organizations, the evening will 
also feature a raffle to benefit the seeing eye dog 
program of the Long Grove Lions' Club. 

The Village Tavern is located at 135 Old 
McHenry Road. For information and for reser- 
vations, phone 847-634-31 17. 

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during holiday camps 



MILWAUKEE-Temperatures maybe drop- 
ping and snow may be falling, but that can't 
stop the Milwaukee Public Museum from offer- 
ing camp fun for children ages 6-10 this 
December. A wide variety of camp topics will 
chase the chill away as campers combine 
museum exhibits and laboratory thrills to learn 
about world cultures and scientific wonders. 
Campers can examine several reptiles, learn 
how dinosaurs and present-day hawks may be , . 
related, and explore the many mysteries behind . 

Holiday camps are 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
Mondays and Tuesdays, Dec. 22-30. Cost is $45. 
Extended care and lunch options are available. 
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December 12, 2003 



New African lion 

arrives at 
Brookfield Zoo 

A roar of excitement is resounding 
through Brookfield Zoo with the arrival of a 
new -resident Makonnen, a 4-year-old male 
African lion. n 

Makonnen, whose name means "ruler or 
"leader" in Swahili, arrived at the zoo a few 
months ago from Memphis Zoo and has been 
behind the scenes while adjusting to his new 
home. Now he can be seen outdoors every 
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 
^at the zoo's Fragile Kingdom exhibit. (On 
Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays, John, the 
zoo's other African lion, will have access to the 

exhibit.) , , . 

Brookfield Zoo has big plans for this 
■ majestic animal. Working with the Species 
Survival Plan, a collaborative animal manage- 
ment effort among zoos in North America, the 
zoo staff hopes that someday Makonnen will 
lead a new. lion pride at Brookfield Zoo. 
Makonnen is known as a "pedigreed" animal, 
which means his genetic history and ances- 
tors are known. With fewer than 70 pedigreed 
lions in U.S. zoos, any of Makonnen's future 
offspring would be an important addition to 
the lion population in zoos;,;A- ' 

As with many animals in its care, 
Brookfield Zoo's interest in lions goes far 
beyond simply sharing their beauty with visi- 
tors. As world leaders in conservation, the 
zoo's scientists have been following lions and 
other large carnivores in Africa for more than 
a decade in an erTort to help save the animals 
.ifrom the many threats to their survail lions 
face in the wild. 

Brookfield Zoo veterinarian Dr. Michael 
Briggs and University of Illinois pathologist 
Dr. Michael Kinsel are gathering critical infor- 
mation to determine the impact of disease on 
wild populations. 

They collect samples of blood, hair, and 




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Join the Irish American Heritage Center for . 
December events. Here you'll find the very best 
in Irish music live in the Fifth Province each Fri- 
day and Saturday evening. There's no cover 
charge and plenty of free parking. The Center is 
located at 4626 N. Knox Ave. in Chicago. 

Kick off the holiday season at the IAHC 
Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale onSunday, Dec. 
7. You're sure to discover the perfect gift for that 
special someone among the exquisitely crafted 
items on display, and find the most delicious 
homemade baked goods for your festive table. 

Celebrate New Year's Eve in the Fifth 
Province; doors open at 7 p.m. Music by Studio 



A Tickets $25; only $20 if purchased before Dec. 
30. Ticketsmay be purchased with Visa or 
MasterCard by calling 773-282-7035. Party 
favors, hors d'oeuvres and a champagne toast at 
midnight make this the best buy in town! • 

For more information on events at IAHC, call 
773-282-7035 or visit our Web site at 
www.insharnhc.com. ' 

The following are scheduled events in the 
Fiffo Province at the IAHC for December: 
Dec. 19, Dalriada at 9 p.m.; Dec. 20 John Beag at 
9 pm; Dec. 26, Bluestack at 9 p.m.; Dec. 27, 
Velvet Greet at 9 p.m; Dec. 31 New Year's Eve 
Party. 




semen from lions, leopards and other large 
carnivores in Africa and ship the samples 
home for analysis by Brookfield Zoo staff. Zoo 
geneticist Dr. Jean Dubach's studies of his- 
toric gene flow in lions are helping to uncover 
significant details about species and sub- 
species evolution. Once Brookfield Zoo scien- 
tists discover how genetic diversity relates to 
animal density and disease status, it will be 
easier to identify the various needs for habitat 
preservation. 

Brookfield Zoo is known throughout the 
world for its innovative, naturalistic, multi- 
species exhibits, its international role in ani- 
mal population management and wildlife 
conservation, and its devotion to helping peo- 
ple develop a sustainable and harmonious 
relationship with nature. Open every day of 
the year, Brookfield Zoo is located off First 
Avenue between the Stevenson (1-55) and 
Eisenhower (1-290) expressways just 14 miles 
west of downtown Chicago. The zoo is also 
accessible via theTri-StateTollway (1-294), the 
Metra commuter line, and PACE bus service. 
For further information about Brookfield Zoo 
and Makonnen, visit www.brookfieldzoo.org. 



'The Snow 
scheduled for five 

performances 

Waukegan Community Players will pre- 
sent their first children's show of the season, 
"The Snow King," written and directed by 
Margaret Schultz-Hughes of Round Lake, on 
Friday, Dec. 12, and Saturday, Dec. 13, at 7:40 
p.m. at the Round Lake Area Park District 
Community Center, 814 Hart Road, Round 
Lake. Performances will also take place Friday, 
Dec. 19, and Saturday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. 
Sunday, Dec. 21, at2 p.m. atGobdfellowHallat 
the Jack Benny Center for the Performing Arts 
in Bowen Park, 1920 N. Sheridan Road in 
Waukegan. 

Tickets are $5 and are available at the door. 

The cast includes: Kristen Bieber of Round 
Lake as Berry, RhendaTyriver of Zion as Queen 
Crystal, Victor Layne of Grayslake as Blizzard; 
andThe Behr family of Gumee, featuring father 
Jim as Sir Stewart, daughter Whitney as 
Morgan, and son Brandon as Luge. 

For information call 847-872-9735. 



Attention men! Walk into 

Mary Anne's closet this 

holiday season 

Mary Anne's Closet, 217 Robert Parker Coffin 
Road, Long Grove, will host a "Man Party"- on 
Tuesday, Dec. 16, from 6-9 p.m The evening is 
designed to give men a stress-free, congenial, 
one-stop shopping opportunity to purchase Hol- 
iday gifts for all the special ladies in their lives. 

Mary Anne's^ Closet showcases sophisti- 
cated dress and casual clothing in addition 
to unique coordinating accessories. 
Representatives from an area jeweler, furri- 
er, and salon and day spa will also present 
gift ideas. There will be no charge for gift 
wrapping. Complimentary appetizers, wine, 
and beer will be served at Long Grove Cafe\ 
located just'steps away on the lower level of 
the Mill Pond Shop. Complex. 

Space is limited. For more information, 
phone Mary Anne's Closet at 847-913-9132. 



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Mediterranean dining, with its 
emphasis on fresh (unprocessed) foods, 
olive oil, fish, fruits and vegetables, whole, 
grains and lean meats has captured the 
limelight as a way to promote a healthier 
lifestyle. 

"The Mediterranean Heart Diet" 
(Perseus Publishing, 2003), by Helen V. 
Fisher with Cynthia Thomson and Kaja 
Lewinn, explores this approach and 
shares some 140 recipes - complete with 
sodium, cholesterol and calorie 
counts -to get the health-conscious start- 
ed on the right track. . 



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toiriato soup. It's a hearty, flavorful 
pick-me-up, especially on the nippy days of 
late fall. Using homemade beef 
broth will further decrease sodium content, 
the author advises. 




1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes, chopped 

1 (14 1/4 oz.) Can tomatoes, chopped 
1/2 cup pearl barley 

VI tsp. dried-leaf oregano 
Salt and pepper, to taste 
1/2 cup cooked kidney beans 

2 Tbl. chopped fresh parsley 



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ingredients, except kidney beans and parsley. Cover and simmer unti^ 
meat and vegetables are tender, about 1 hour. Add beans and 
parsley; cook 5 minutes. Serve hot. Makes 
8 (1-cup) servings. 

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Goldie Hawn speaks at 
JUFs Vanguard event 



Oscar-winning actress Goldie Hawn 
(second from left) was the featured speak- 
er at the Jewish United Fund's Vanguard 
dinner, held Nov. 10 at the Hilton Chicago 
on behalf of the 2004 JUF Campaign. JUF's 
Vanguard event raised $3 million for the 
2004 campaign; 700 people attended. 

With Hawn are Vanguard co-chair- 
women (from left to right): Wendy Berger 
Shapiro of the Gold Coast and Tracy 
Treger of Lincoln Park. Joseph Wein (far 



right) of Highland Park was cochairman of 
the JUF Young Leadership reception along^ 
with Ethan Budin of Deerfield (not pic- 
tured). Other Vanguard co-chairpersons 
(not pictured) are Highland Park residents 
Joyce Gerstein and John Lowenstein. 

Hawn won an Oscar for Best 
Supporting Actress in "Cactus Flower" 
and was nominated for Best Actress for 
"Private Benjamin."' 





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A Yuletide Courtly Banquet, featuring 
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A courtly blanket is how the First Presbyterian Church 
of Waukegan is billing its pre-Christmas presentation this 
year. In fact, it is so enthusiastic about the banquet and 
play by Jack Kurtz that it is presenting it twice. And the 
public is invited. 

"The banquet will feature a royal meal as in days of 
yore and the sweet sounds of singers and instruments," 
the official proclamation read. The court players will pro- 
vide entertanment. 

There will be two sittings for the banquet. One will be 
at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20. The other will be at 6 p.m. 
Sunday, Dec. 21. The banquet will, be served in the 



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The prices are $12 for aduts, $8 for. seniors and full- 
time students and $30 for families. There is no charge for 
children 5 years old and younger. 

Tickets can be purchased between 9 a.m.-p.m. 
Monday through Friday in the church office at 122 N. 
Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Anyone with questions can 
call 847-662-6483. 

As the Rev. David A. Eikenberry, church pastor, put it: 
"On the weekend before Christmas, the King's Court will 
gather to remember His birth, to celebrate His reign, and 
to be glad at the promise of His return." 





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Don't let a run-in with an acquaintance 
ruin your good mood early in the week, 
Aries. This person isinabadmoodand 
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heart A close friend has a surprise for 
you late in the week. Enjoy — you 
deserve it. Virgo plays an important 
role. 



Taurus - April 21 /May 21 
You have to be determined if you want 
to get anything done this week. Don't 
let a few minor setbacks discourage 
you. Stay focused, and work hard. 
That's how you'll get things accom- 
plished. Those closest to you admire 
your diligence. Cancer plays a key role, 
on Wednesday. 

Gemini - May 22/June 21 

A close friend gets you mixed up in a dif- 
ficult situation. Remain calm, and 
you're sure to come up with a way to get 
out. of tills mess. Don't get too angry 
with this person; he or she doesn't mean 
to get you involved. That special some- 
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Cancer - June 22/July 22 

Opportunity is knocking on your door 
early in the week, Cancer. Don't let it 
slip away. This is the break you've been 
waiting for — seize it! A loved one has 
an important message for you; listen to 
what he or she has to say. It could make 
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Leo-Jufy23/August23 , 
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made the decision that you did. 



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You receive a potentially lucrative busi- 
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decisions. There's too much going on 
right now to make an intelligent 
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you too. He or she definitely is worth 
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right choice. Just explain your reasons 
rationally, and you're sure to win him 
or her over to your side. The person 
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Aquarius. Get advice from others, and 
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December 12-18, 2003 



Section 



AWARD .' WINNING CLASSIFIED ONSIDE 




AT A 
GLANCE 




Carcinogen found 
in local wells 

Wauconda— Health offi- 
cials are concerned about the 
presence of vinyl chloride in five 
private water wells near the for- 
mer Wauconda Sand & Gravel 
landfUL "We haven't been able to 
determine at this time that the 
source is the landfill," said Mike 
Kuhn, solid waste specialist for 
the Lake County Health 
Department. J 

Trustee wants 
licensing program gone 

Mundelein— Trustee Ed 

"Sullivan is calling for the elimina- 
tion of the licensing programs for 
animals and vehicles. Sullivan 
said he believes the village 
;licertsing. program is redundant 
because animals are required to 
be- licensed by . the State 
Department of Agriculture. The 
current system for animal tags 
and village vehicle stickers bring 
in about $300,000 a year. 

Man charged with 
forgery 

Antioch— An . Auto Zone 
clerk alerted police of' a suspi- 
cious check that led to the arrest 
of Levi Heard,; 41, of Chicago, on 
-Dec:3at3p,-m, : ,; 
,^; > : Heard, : who was charged 
with felony theft, forgery and 
.obstructing police after, giving 
(three -false jianies. and- social 

security 'numbers ; over : the 
course i of ' a' six-hour investiga- 
tion, also has an outstanding 
warrant in Cook County for 
: forgery and was wanted by the 
Fugitive Apprehension ^Unit of 
•Cook County. for failing to com- 
ply with house arrest. 

Group says spend 
$20 million on school 

Gurnee— Members of a citi- 
zens' committee have studied in- 
depth the facility needs of the 
two Warren Township High 
School campuses. Now the 
group will strongly recommend 
to the' school board on Dec. 16 
that the district borrow up to $20 
million to address building 
needs. 

O'Plaine's enrollment is 
expected to increase by 139 stu- 
dents next year, and Almond is 
expected to grow by 209. 
Currently 1,988 students attend 
O l Plaine and 1,637 students 
attend Almond. 

O'Plaine will need at least 
three-new classrooms and one 
science lab room to accommo- 
date the extra students, accord- 
ing to school administrators. 



WINTER COAT 
DRIVE 

The editorial department at 
Lakeland Media is putting togeth- 
er an effort to help Lake County 
residents in need. 

This drive, called the B.ELT. 
Loop (Bettering Everyone's Lives 
Together), has already gathered 
many boxes of winter clothes to 
help Lake County residents. 

Lakeland Newspapers, at 30 
S: Whitney St., in downtown 
Grayslake, is the drop- off point 
for winter coats and accessories, 
which will be donated directly. 

Feel free to bring items to 
Lakeland between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 
The editorial department thanks 
you for your help. 




virus ravaging 
vaccine supplies 



PICTURE OF THE WEEK 



By CAREL SCHMIDLKOFER 
carels@lakelandmedia.com 

Lake County health officials are 
experiencing unusually high 
demands for flu vaccinations as an 
aggressive new strain of the virus is 
causing near-panic reactions. 

The Fujian strain of influenza 
has rocked western states, with the 
death of several children attributed 
to the virus, prompting national 
health officials to call 
this the worst flu sea- 
son in decades. 

This year's 

influenza vaccina- 
tion is not specifically 
targeted for the 
Fujian strain, howev- 
er officials theorize it 
could offer some pro- 
tection against it. 

The 80 million 
doses of the vaccine that was expect- 
ed to adequately provide for, the 
country is now not enough as 
reports of the new, virulent strain 
increase consumer fears. 

"We don't know what kinds of 
demands will be created in the next 
few weeks because of. concerns over 
the flu," said Bill Mays'; community 
health services director of the coun- 
ty's health department 

Lake County has approximately 
2,000 doses of the vaccine available. 



Of that amount, 1,500 is. earmarked 
for disadvantaged children, and 500 
doses will be given to those aged 50 
years and older and those over 18 
years who are chronically ill. 

"We have never been able to 
offer vaccines to everybody," Mays 
said. - 

That is because tax dollars are 

used to purchase the vaccine and 

most people can obtain flu shots 

from. their own physicians through 

their health plans.. . 

„ mT , , When medical offices 

'We have never been nm out of meir sup . 

able to offer vaccines plies, people turn to 

the health depart- 
ment for the vaccine, 
Mays said. And they 
can't provide the vac- 
cine unless those 
individuals fall within 
the perimeter of their 
requirements. 
\ Mays estimated the health 
department has fielded approxi- 
mately 2,000 requests for the vaccine 
in the past week. 

According to health department 
spokesperson, Leslie Piotrowski, two 
area hospitals have reported 83 
cases of influenza as of Dec. 8. 

Officials are - recommending 
people practice good health habits 
to protect themselves as much as 



Please see VIRUS IB6 



to everybody' 

Bill Mays 

Community health 

services director 




Guiding spirit 

Grant Community High School freshman Courtney Siddons helps 5- 
yeaf-old Devynn Dominguez with her cheers at a Bulldog Cheerieading 
Clinic for youths at the Fox lake school. — Photo b'y^SahdyBressner 



Bauer may defer to Depke 

Incumbent might give ex-county supervisor a leg up in 4-way race 



ByJEFFZACHARY 
jzachary@iakelandmedia.com 

The race for the Lake County 
Board District 6 Republican nomi- 
nation is up for grabs, with four can- 
didates set to begin their campaigns. 

Candidates who have already 
filed are former County Board 
Chairman Robert Depke, former 
board member Larry Leafblad and 
Grayslake businessman Bryan Gutraj. 

Incumbent Don Bauer said he 
intends to file Dec 15. 

Bauer defeated Leafblad, 61, in 
the 2002 GOP District 6 primary by 
17 votes. 

Leafblad said that in the 2004 
election, there are only two issues; 
taxes and traffic. 

Depke, 74, said he does not want 
to publicly, comment on why he is 
running until after everyone has filed. 

Gutraj, 28, commented on his 
candidacy. "It is time for a new gener- 
ation of leaders to come forward and 
address the issues facing our county, 
our state, and our country," he said. 
"Serving in public office is not an enti- 
tlement in this nation. It involves 
gaining the respect of your con- 
stituency and maintaining that trust 
by listening to and tirelessly repre- 
senting their interests in government. 
It is that respect I hope to have earned 
tlirough my work growing up in the 
community, my extensive communi- 
ty involvement, and (the) business 
relationships I have developed." 

Bauer, 69, said he is waiting 
until Dec. 15 to file. "I'm still going to 
file, but I will talk to the party repre- 
sentatives and see who they want to 
support," he said. "If they decide 
they want to support Depke and 
Gutraj agrees to drop out then I'll 
drop out. But If Gutraj stays in, I will 
stay in. The main thing is, I would 
rather that Leafblad not win." 




Depke: 

Former county 
chair to join 
Dist. 6 fray. 





Bauer: 

Incumbent will 

wait to file for 

reelection. 



Gutraj: Calls 

for new gen- 
eration of 
leadership. 



Leafblad:;;: 

Hopess-for bet- 
ter showing in 
2nd bid. 



board on 




As of Dec. 10, the following candidates have 
officially filed to run in local elections: 

Lake County Board 

District 1 



*Judy Martini (R) ^ 
Anita Merkel Dyer (R) 
Wayne Blake (R) 

Districts 

Jim Farrell (R) 

*Bonnie Thomson Carter (R) 

Districts 

♦Lawrence (Larry) Leafblad (R) 
Robert W. Depke (R) 
Bryan A. Gutraj (R) 

District 10 

♦Diana O'Kelly(R) 

Ptefrlcui • 

John H. Nickels (D) 
George S. Kinser (D) 
♦Sandy Cole (R) 

PlsfrfctM 

♦Audrey Nixon (D) 

District 16 

♦Robert E. "Bob" Powers (R) 
Michelle M. Daye (R) 



Lake County Circuit 
Court Clerk 



•Sally D.Coffelt(R) 

Lake County Coroner 

Sophia M. Schild (D) 
Richard L Keller (D) 
♦fames "Jim" Wipper(R) 

Lake County 
State's Attorney 

♦Michael J. Waller (R) 



North Shore 
Sanitary District 

Ward2 

♦Stephen J. Drew (D) 



Wards 

EffieWroten (D) 
♦John J. Jurkovac, Sr. (D) 

Encumbent 

Source: Lake County Clerk's office 
at www.co.lakeM.iis/cntyclk 




By BRENDA BAUN-BEITSCHER 
bbeitscher@lakelandmedia.com 

Although nothing was to be 
decided at the Illinois Senate Health 
and Human Services Conimittee 
Hearing on Waukegan hospital con- 
solidation, the three-and-a-half- 
hour-long meeting was loaded with 
emotion, as those testifying were 
subject to aggressive questioning 
from State Sen. Terry Link (D- 
Vernon Hills) and State Rep. Eddie 
Washington (D-Waukegan), both 
openly opposed to the closing of S 
Therese., 

Washington, whose protest rally 
against the St. Therese closure was 
lightly attended, launched a verbal 
offensive against Vista's position, 
using emotionally loaded language 
to make his point. 

"Is there anything the Illinois 
Health Facilities Planning Board can 
do to stop the abortion of St. 
Therese?" he asked the agency's 
executive secretary, Jeffrey Mark. "It 
is being dismantled from the 
inside." 

Mark assured Washington that 
"no hospital in the state can discon- 
tinue a service without the approval 
of the board." 

Mark told the committee that 
his board would, in case of a closure 



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December 12, 2003 





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A Filing in 

Lake County Board member Judy Martini (R-Antioch) waits in line 
at the Lake County Building with Dr. Sophia Schild and Randolph 
Schild, both of Mundelein, in order to be first to file their petitions 
for candidacy for the March 16 primary elections. Martini is run- 
ning for reelection for the board's District 1, Dr. Sophia Schild is 
running for Lake County Coroner and Randolph Schild filed peti- 
tons to be a precinct committeeman. — Photo by Sandy Bressner 



ByJEFFZACHARY 
jzachary@lakelaridmedia.com 



Although she will not formally 
announce her candidacy until 
January, Democrat Melissa Bean said 
she will make a second run for the 
U.S. House of Representatives in the , 
Illinois 8th District. 

■ Bean was defeated by Republican 
incumbent Phil Crane (R-Wauconda) 
in the 2002 general election. 

"We came closer than anyone yet 
in his 34-year tenure," Bean said. 
"Which I think says something about 
the voters' receptivity to change." 

Running on a platform of 
responsiveness, openness and con- 
gressional accountability, Bean said 
she will again challenge Crane to a 
series of debates. 

"Last time he wouldn't accept a.. 
single debate," Bean said. "He is a 
Congressman who has been hiding out 
for years. He does not want people to 
know where he stands or what his leg- 
islative voting record is or is not" 

Bean, 41, a businesswoman who 
resides in Barrington, said she is con- 
cerned about congressional spend- 
ing and that she understands what 



Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) 
meant when he said on 
national television 
recently that members of 
the Republican-con- 
trolled Congress are cur- 
rently spending money 
like drunken sailors. 

"There is definitely a 
borrow-and-spend men- 
tality gone amok in 
Congress, and Phil Crane 
is right there with them," 
Bean said. "They're spending money 
we don't have, and that fiscal irre- 
sponsibility is going to catch up with 
us. There is no doubt in my mind 
that I am definitely the fiscal conser- 
vative in this race." 

Bean added that she believes she 
is more attuned to the concerns of 
the average 8tlvdistrict resident than 
Crane is. 

"I think our priorities, are more 
aligned. When I talk to people about 
their priorities, they talk about job 
security, they talk about health care, 
they talk about quality education and 
they talk about a livable environ- 
ment. In these areas I am more in 
line with the people in (wanting to 





Eean 



ensure) that their chil- 
dren and my children are 
going to have the same or 
better opportunities than 
we grew up with," Bean 
said. 

"Most people I know 
are working two to three 
times harder man they ever 
have to earn the same or 
less money, and that is an 
issue," she added. 
- Richard Hammes, the 
only other Democrat to announce he 
would run for the 8th-District seat, 
withdrew his candidacy in October. 
Bean has the support of Sen. Dick 
Durbin (D-Hl.). "Clearly, members of 
both parties recognize mat Phil Crane 
is out of touch with his constituents," 
Bean said. "This district has changed 
since he was first elected 34 years ago, 
and the voters are ready for indepen- 
dent, moderate leadership." 

In the 2002 election Bean 
received 43 percent of the vote. Bean 
earned her BA in political science 
from Roosevelt University. She and 
her husband, Alan, have two daugh- . 
ters, Victoria and Michelle, who 
attend District 220 schools. 



County board may revamp current 



By CAREL SCHMIDLKOFER 
carels@lakelandmedia.com 

Lake County board members 
were briefed on ways to improve 
current permit procedures Dec. 5 

Zucker Systems, an indepen- 
dent consulting firm, conducted a 
$124,000 study of the county's per- 



mit and development review 
processes. 

The report included 197 recom- 
mendations for departments in 
planning, building and develop- 
ment, public works, environmental 
health, the division of transporta- 
tion and storm-water management. 

County staff members have 



been categorizing those recommen- 
dations into actions" that could be 
utilized within each department 
over the past month. 

Over 2,000 customers, 106 
employees and 73 county board 
members were interviewed for the 
report. 

Strengths found were compe- 




tent and dedicated staff members 
and a relatively sophisticated sys- 
tem of procedures and regulations. 

However, there were problems 
with the transfer of calls from cus- 
tomers to the proper person by 
employees, the report said. 

The county should also consider 
incorporating more technology and 



creating a formal structure to pull 
everything together. 

Incorporating a system coordi- 
nator was recommended. 

"You need to focus on what 
you're doing and you need, a posi- 
tion to help clarify that," Paul. 
Zucker, president of . Zucker 
Systems, told board members. 



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New Catholic 
school names 





Sims 



Officials of St Martin de Porres 
High School— the first new Catholic 
high school scheduled to open in 
Lake County in 40 years- 
announced 
the appoint- 
ment of Rev. 
Paul Sims as 
its first prin- 
cipal. 

Sims will 
assume his 
role as prin- 
cipal in 
January 
2004. The 
school is 
scheduled to open in August 2004. 

"Father Sims has a clear vision 
and understanding of the unique 
, needs of our students," said R.J. 
. McMahon, president of. St. Martin 
de Porres.- "His commitment to 
Catholic education, exemplary aca- 
demic background and belief in our 
application of the Cristo Rey model 
make him a perfect fit for us." 

Sims, 46, has held leadership 
roles in Chicago-area Catholic 
Schools. >.for more .than a decade. 
Most recently, he served as dean of 
students at Archbishop Quigley Prep 
Seminary for the past three years. 
From 1990 to 1999, he taught 
Religion classes at -Gordon Tech 
High School on Chicago's Northwest 
side; where he previously hadtaught 
and served, as director of student 
activities from 1985 to 1988. 

:.. f ,St. Martin de Porres is a four- 
year college prep school modeled on 
the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in 
Chicago's ; working-class Pilsen 
neighborhood. Students will partici- 
pate iri a corporate internship pro- 
gram to help defray the cost of their 
tuition/ ''--- -^'-;- 




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County approves move 
to double-up tax money 



Safe-a-pet 

Lake County Animal Control Officer Renee Wright (right) and Animal 
Control worker Crystal Shane finish placing a microchip on "Syriss" 
who is owned by Nick Wasniewski. Microchips can help identify ani- 
mals if they are ever lost, and were offered along with vaccinations 
during a clinic hosted by the Grayslake 4-H Club with the help of 
Lake County Animal Control.— Photo by J.W. Stemickle 



Civic organization names officers 



Members of the Lake County 
Community Civic Organization 
elected Torrie Mark Newsome as its 
president. Newsome is an assistant 
state's attorney and chairman of the 
Waukegan Township Republican 
Organization, President of the 
Organization. 

Other'officers elected included: 



Leon Shamlin, vice president; 
Katherine Rothwell-Francis, secre- 
tary; Doloras Geater, assistant sec- 
retary; Johnny Gardner, treasurer; Al 
Gardner, community chairman; 
Roberta Pink, membership chair- 
man; Gladys Caldwell, assistant 
membership chairman and Naomi 
Jarmon, hospitality chairman. 



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ByCARELSCHMIDKOFER 
carels@lakelandmedia.com 

Lake County officials will be 
asking voters for a quarter-cent 
sales tax increase this March. 

If the referendum passes, an 
additional $15 million would be 
raised annually to be used for 
county road improvements. This 
would more than dou- 
ble existing funds for 
road projects. 

Board - members 
unanimously approved 
the resolution Nov. 9 as 
presented by the Public 
Works and 

Transportation com- 
mittee, who worked 
jointly with the finan- 
cial administrative 
committee on the pro- 
posal. 

Money will be used 
to alleviate county traffic 
problems with new projects,, 
widening existing roads and 
improving intersections. Projects 
that have been allotted funding 
won't benefit from the increase. 

The county could also generate 
more money for road projects by 
using the income to pay off low- 
interest loans. 

Improvement projects could 
include roads maintained by state 
and municipal governments. 

The new tax would add an 
additional 25 cents in sales tax for 
every $100 spent in the county with 
the exception of food, medicine 
and items such as cars. These items 
are exempted by state law. 
Residents already spend 25 cents in 
sales tax for every $100 spent on 
local goods. 

Officials estimate the average 
resident would pay an about $20 




per year with the new tax. 

Three board members, while 
supporting^ the proposal, voiced 
concerns over funding for their dis- 
tricts. 

Mary Ross Cunningham (D- 

Waukegan), Audrey Nixon (D- 

North Chicago) and Angelo Kyle 

(D-Waukegan)had met previously 

with Marty Buehler, director of the 

county's division of 

transportation, to 

ensure dollars would be 

used in their districts 

when needed. 

. They have asked 
Buehler to meet with 
Waukegan and North 
Chicago officials to 
explain how the sales tax 
increase will benefit 
their communities. 

"I have to make sure 
that these projects are 
going to be dealt with 
fairly, "Nixon said. "A lot 
of times North Chicago is left out 
on a lot of things. I have to make 
sure that North Chicago is given 
some projects in my district." 

In creating the proposal, com- 
mittees considered research from 
Evanston-based Richard Day 
Research,. Inc. which included. a 
survey of 600 voters who 'had par- 
ticipated in recent elections. 

With the biggest concern of 
voters polled being traffic conges- 
tion, 62 percent of those surveyed 
supported the increase to pay for 
road improvements. 

The referendum will be includ- 
ed on the general primary election 
ballot March 16, and officials are 
now focusing on educating voters. 
"We need to work hard to get this 
information ourtb the voters," said 
County Administrator, Barry 
Burton. 



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EDITORIALS 

Time to accept 
hospital decision 

A good bit of the questions raised and the opposition to 
plans of Vista Health to consolidate Provena Saint 
Therese Medical Center and Victory Memorial come 
from the heart. That's to be expected, given the three- 
quarter of a century of good and faithful service provided by Saint 
Therese. There comes a time, though, when reality has to be 
faced and we think that time is now. 

It's time to end the questioning, soul searching and frankly, 
political posturing, that has gone into the debate over the decision 
of Vista Health leadership to consolidate the two fine hospitals at 
the Victory location. It's time to accept the decision of the Vista 
leadership.. As Vista Health Chief Executive Officer Tim 
Harrington so aptly put it, it's time to consider the financial and 
structural health of the two hospitals. Vista Health leadership 
came to the decision many months ago that consolidation at one 
location is in the best interests of all. 

Vista Health has pledged to invest $35 million in the expansion 
of Victory to combine the best of both hospitals. The result will be 
the creation of a state-of-the-art facility at the Victory site that will 
fulfill the mission of providing quality care for host city Waukegan 
and Lake County. 

Part of the Vista strategy is to build a full service hospital in 
Lindenhurst, which would serve a double purpose: upgrading 
medical facilities for west Lake County and provide a profit center 
to cover losses incurred in serving public aid patients in 
Waukegan. Victory and St. Therese lost a combined $12 million 
last year due to higher payroll costs and the shortfall in Medicaid 
reimbursements. 

Consolidation requires approval of the Illinois Health Facilities 
Planning Board, but that is considered a formality given the eco- 
nomic realities of trying to keep two major hospitals going in 
Waukegan. 

For Saint Therese loyalists, and we consider ourselves in this 
category, it should be good to know that the traditions of the reli- 
gious-based medical facility will continue to play a big part in how 
the combined medical facility operates. For the many well-mean- 
ing persons who have joined in the Saint Therese-Victory debate, 
it should be comforting to note that there will be long-term 
healthcare rewards to accompany the immediate benefits of con- 
solidation. 

Modern rarity: 
a popular tax | 

If there ever was a "slam dunk" tax increase proposition, it's 
the referendum planned for March 19 for a quarter-cent sales 
tax that would raise a projected $14 million annually for local 
road improvements. Motorists are so starved for better dri- 
ving conditions, a favorable outcome is predictable. An opinion 
poll showed nearly two-thirds of the respondents supporting the 
tax for better roads, 

The money raised would be funneled into county coffers and 
used for counfy-wjde improvements. This means improvements 
would be to highways under the jurisdiction of the Lake County 
Division of Transportation plus any partnerships that would be 
arranged with state and village highway departments. 
Sorry, folks. No Rte. 53. 

Marty Buehler, Lake County highway chief, described highway 
upgrades as "traffic flow improvements." The new dollars are not 
designated for highway building. The money will be going for 
widenings and modernization of intersections. Not resurfacing, 
either, Buehler stressed in expressing jubilation that the highway 
tax question will be put before voters. The expected $14 million 
would double current county spending on highway improve- 
ments. 

The ballot question is being carefully crafted to exclude gro- 
ceries and medicine while complying with an exemption for big- 
ticket purchases likes boats and cars that are protected under 
state statute. 

County Chair Suzi Schmidt echoed the sentiments of elected 
officials in general that the referendum affords the public ah 
opportunity to speak out. A byproduct of the referendum will be 
extensive lobbying for specific projects. As it should be. Voters are 
certain to be intrigued by the possibility of a "get your say when 
you're asked to pay" proposition. 

Union leaders and the road construction industry are among 
early supporters of the tax measure because the program will gen- 
erate jobs and business. At this juncture, it's difficult to conceive 
of serious opposition developing considering Lake County's high- 
way mess. As County Administrator Barry Burton put it, the 
prospective highway tax "is a very big step forward." Finally. 



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VIEWPOINT 



Voice of Packers sours Bear visitors 



Disconsolate Bear fans, 
returning from a season- 
killing defeat at Green 
Bay, reported that Packer 
fans haven't yet forfeited their repu- 
tation as being some of the most 
obnoxious in sportsdom. 

Often described as being "zeal- 
ous" and "fanatical," behavior of far 
too many Packer backers game day 
in a word can be expressed as "dis- 
gusting." Make that two words. 
"Really disgusting." 

Taking the cake, as they say, was 
a 20-something male at the latest 
Bear-Packer clash who appeared to 
have started tailgating about 24 
hours before game time. With his 
food intake all high octane alcohol, 
at kickoffhe could hardly stand, but 
he still could yell. Just about every 
imaginable obscenity spewed out of 
the super-fan's mouth. He only took 
time out to catch his breath and 
inject fresh dip. Mr. Packer Jerk ran 
the gamut of insults from A to Z, 
taking special delight in a voice of 
fog-horn velocity, onlookers relat- 
ed, disparaging various parts of the 
female anatomy. Besides, the guy 
smeUed like he had taken a pre- 
game nap on a manure pile. 

Nearby Packer loyalists, includ- 
ing a group of grandmothers, chose 
to ignore the boorish behavior. 
Were they numb? Part of the Green 
Bay sideshow? 
After the game turned sour for 




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Bear backers in the second half, it 
was easy for many of them to head 
home early, especially those who 
had to put up with the vocal tirade 
of the nauseating spectator with 
bad manners, bad language and 
bad, bad BO. 
Time to clean up that act. 

Timeless message 

Larry Zanko, a retired art teacher, 
and his wife, Marge, have been 
designing and producing their own 
holiday cards since 1955, the year 
they were married. Their first 
prints were handmade using 
linoleum block and a hand-lever 
press. Some years they silk- 
screened their greeting card. The 
process took a lot of elbow grease 
and often involved their children, 
Mike and Pam. 



Zanko, who formerly was head of 
the art department at North 
Chicago High School, marvels at 
how changing technology has made 
their annual project easier. Photo 
offset changed the Zanko card dras- 
tically. Today, the entire reproduc- 
tion process is delegated to an insty 
printer. No fuss, no muss. But, as 
Larry notes, the sentiment hasn't 
changed a bit. Still a message of 
peace and joy, and a warm greeting 
for a Christmas filled with love arid 
happiness. 

Like it or lump it 

Don Permoda feels He has gone 
about as far as possible in his quest 
to determine the municipality's 
responsibilty in holding the cable 
company with its monopoly status 
to higher performance standards. 
The Island Lake resident said the, 
moral of the story is that no condi- 
tions were put into the franchise 
agreement to curb exhorbitant 
price increases. So cable costs will 
always go in one direction. Up. In 
Permoda's opinion, franchise 
agreements are designed to collect 
fees, not protect citizens from 
exploitation. Permoda ruefully 
noted that a communication from 
the village attorney advised that 
patrons always have the option of 
terminating service if they don't like 
the deal they're getting from the 
cable company. So there! 



Truth in packaging-for bottled water 



In the epic poem, the Ancient 
Mariner, Samuel Coleridge wrote, 
"Water, water, everywhere, nor any 
drop to drink." At a recent meeting 
of the Senate Health and Human 
Services Subcommittee, Sen. Susan 
Garrett {Lake Forest-D) in effect 
said, "Bottled water is every- 
where — but from where, and is it all 
fit to drink?" 

At the public hearing which she 
chaired, Sen. Garrett was challeng- 
ing the bottled water industry to 
answer her concerns about the 
health and safety of bottled water, 
She believes that when a company 
advertises that their water comes 
from a pure spring, consumers 
ought to be assured that the water 
comes from that source, rather 
than from a well, or a municipal 
water source. 

Bottled water is one of the 
fastest growing products on shelves, 
all across America. Its growth is 
attributed to consumers' concerns 
about calories in soft drinks, their 
realization that water is good for 
their health, and their belief that 
bottled water may be safer and 
tastier than "tap water." It is esti- 
mated that Americans drank an 




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average of 21.5 gallons of bottled 
water last year, more than 6 billion 
gallons. 

The day may come when the 
bottled water industry will pass by 
the soft drink industry. There 
won't be any "tag days," for the 
soft drink companies as most of 
them have their brands of bottled 
water, too. 

Sen. Susan Garrett is asking the 
right questions. Shouldn't con- 
sumers know from which'source 
the bottled water comes, from? If a • 
source is labeled as such on the 
bottle, shouldn't it come from that 
source, such as spring water from a 
named spring in Canada, or else- 
where? Shouldn't consumers be 
assured that their.bottled water 
meets purity and safety standards? 



The bottled industry was grow- 
ing so rapidly that there were 
always rumors that much of the 
bottled water on the market was 
"treated tap water." Sure enough, 
one of the bottled water represen- 
tatives who testified at Sen. 
Garrett's hearing said that the 
sources of some of his company's 
water came from a spring, while 
some is drawn from Chicago's 
municipal water supply. In other 
words, you may be drinking Lake 
Michigan water in two forms, from 
your kitchen tap or from bottled 
water you may have purchased. 
Don't you think that "truth in 
advertising" should be followed 
and labeling on bottled water 
should identify to you where the 
water comes from? 

Of course, the bottled water 
industry representatives, in uni- 
son, testified that the state should 
not regulate its industry because 
the federal Food and Drug 
Administration (FDA) regulates 
bottled water since it is designated 
as a food product. If bottled water 
is a food product, is tap water 

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Democrat candidate not liberal enough 



Bill Scheurer, Democratic challenger 
to unseat Republican Congressman 
Phil Crane in the 8th Congressional 
District, has run into two unexpect- 
ed obstacles. 

The 25 year resident of Lake County who 
now resides in Lindenhurst is the victim of a 
whispering campaign about his personal, 
finances plus pressure to withdraw from 
Melissa Bean of Barrington who was 
defeated by Crane two years ago. . 

Bean is contending that Schuerer's views 
don't represent 8 m District voters. Scheurer 
(pronounced ("sure") describes himself as a 
"fiscal conservative and social liberal." 

Schuerer, who is running as a peace can- 
didate, opposes war in Iraq and is criticizing 
Congress for supporting military interven- 
tion. He has worked as a lay minister, lawyer 
and small business owner. 

Impartial observers say Schuerer, 
although a political newcomer, is doing 
impressive "ground work," knocking on 
doors and meeting electors one on one. The 
8 m District includes three-quarters of Lake 
County and northwest Cqok County in the 
Arlington Heights area. 

Change Reagan event 

Members of the Lake County Republican 
Federation have backed away from an early 
fund raising dinner in February to honor 
President Reagan's birth to make room 
for the annual Grant Township Lincoln Day 
dinnerSaturday, Feb. ; 14. Reagan will be 
honored at alater.date, stated Federation 
Executive Director Cheryl Johnson. 

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Wants clear 
path for 
nomination to 
congress. 



Schmidt: 

Gets tools ready 
to make sure 
garage opens. . 



Assembly of Lake County being the "only 
truly grass roots Republican organization," 
Assembly Chairman Ray True has launched 
a feud with Lake County GOP Chairman 
Tom Adams. In an organization newsletter, 
True chided the Federation for "selling 
$2,500 tables at Marriott Lincolnshire politi- 
cal dinners," while the Assembly turned out 
. 200 persons for a free forum of U.S. Senate 
candidates. The Assembly also has turned its 
guns on State Rep. Mark Beaubien (R- 
Barrington Hills) for voting to override the 
governor's veto of an effort to water down 
the Tax Cap Law. 

Lab needs space 

Officials of the Northern Illinois Police 
Crime. Laboratory took a pass on the $2.4 
million price tag hung on maintaining a 
home, with the Highland Park Police Dept. 
which is getting a new building. The lab has 
been located in Highland Park since its 
inception two decades ago. It is sponsored 



by 37 member communities. New space, 
either in a current building or a building site, 
is being sought near the Lake-Cook county 
line. Proposals should be forwarded to Lake 
Bluff Police Chief Bill Gallagher or 
Libertyville Police Chief Pat Carey. 

McKenna endorsements 

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Andy 
McKenna lauded the endorsements of six 
key Lake County Republican and civic lead- 
ers. Those endorsing McKenna include 
Waukegan Township GOP Chair Torrie 
Newsome as well as all of the Republican 
aldermen from the City of Waukegan, Larry 
TenPas, Edith "Edie" Newsome, and 
Patrick Needham. McKenna also earned 
the endorsements of Wadsworth Village 
Trustee Mary Carmody and College of Lake 
County Trustee William Griffin. 

Newsome and Griffin will serve as Lake 
County regional co-coordinators. 

County memo 

To: Barry Burton, county administrator 
. From: Chairman 

Re: Opening of County Building parking 
garage on or before Ian. 1, 2004. 

County Chair Suzi Schmidt declared, 
"That's the administrator's challenge. I'll 
have a screw driver ready and personally 
take down the gates if the parking area isn't 
opened." The County Building parking 
facility was closed to the public as a security 
measure by the sheriff following 9-11. 

Watch and see 

Political soothsayers are having a picnic 
with this scenario for the Republican nomi- 
nation for County Board in District 6— With 



former Rep. Larry Leafblad back in the 
race to regain his seat, longtime Leafblad 
protagonist Bob Depke steps up. Depke 
forces clear the way for a two-way clash by 
getting incumbent Rep. Don Bauer (R- 
Round Lake Park) to bow out and doing 
some arm-twisting to get challenger Brian 
Gutraj to reconsider. Otherwise the GOP 
clash in the central Lake County District will 
be a three-man — or four-man — battle. 

Bible Week 

When Mayor James Eschenbauch 

declared Nov. 23 Bible Week in the village, at 
least one resident challenged the declara- 
tion. 

Joe Bogacz wanted equal time for other 
books such as the Torah included. 

"You're indicating a preference for one 
particular faith," Bogacz told the mayor at a 
village board meeting. "That is a violation of 
the First Amendment." 

"Everybody reads the Bible," 
Eschenbauch said. "It covers anybody." 

When Bogacz asked if there would be a 
proclamation for Koran week and Torah 
week, Eschenbauch asked, "For what?" 

"I think all faiths read the Bible," 
Eschenbauch said. "I'll take it under advise- 
ment." 

Come one, come all 

Congressman Phil Crane has extended 
an open invitation to a holiday reception 
from 7-8:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 18 at Mill 
Creek Banquets, 333 W. Mill St., Wauconda. . 
Persons planning on attending are asked to 
bring a non-perishable item for the Faith 
Tabernacle Food Pantry, Zion. RSVP's are 
requested by calling 847-991-7445. 



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Affordable housing 



would like to correct the information 
printed in the Party Line column of Nov. 
,20 regarding Highland Park's affordable 
housing efforts. The Highland Park 
affordable housing project town homes allud- 
ed to in the column will be marketed at prices 
ranging from about $132,800-$200,000, tar- 
geting households with incomes of between 
$45,000 and $75,000 or approximately 60-100 
percent of the Chicago area median income. 
These prices are possible in an area of 
extremely high land values because of assis- 
tance from the Highland Park Housing Trust 
Fund to the tune of $335,800, plus help from 
the Lake County Affordable Housing Program 
and other affordable housing funders, which 
will subsidize the cost to make the units 
affordable to income-qualified buyers. In 
addition, families may also receive down pay- 
ment assistance from the first time homebuy- 
er program operated by the Affordable 
Housing Corporation of Lake County. The 
program is structured so that the units will 
remain affordable in perpetuity, thereby max- 
imizing the investment of public dollars and 
ensuring lasting benefit for the community. 

It is important to note that Highland 
Park's affordable housing efforts are an out- 
growth of its master planning process and 
embody a number of strategies to address the 
dearth of affordable housing in the commu- 



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considered a food product, too? Or did the 
bottled water industry lobby to include 
bottled water as a food, so that it would be 
regulated by the FDA rather than by the 
states? 

By fighting labeling requirements and 
further state regulations to ensure to con- 
sumers the health and safety of their prod- 
ucts, the bottled water industry is inviting 
more 1 . . w suits and more revelations of mis- 
leading advertising and false claims of their 
water sources or purity. If they don't take 
these steps voluntarily, they will find that law 
suits and state laws will force them to do so. 
Their opposition now will lead consumers to 



nity, and to promote diversity by providing 
housing options. 

Anne Flanigan Bassi 
Lake County Board 
District 23, Highland Park 

Crane's absences 

Citizens expect our elected officials on all 
levels to stand up and fight for what is right. 
Being absent and not voting, is inexcusable. 

In March of 2000, HR 2372 was introduced 
by supporters of the National Homebuilders 
Association to allow developers and 
landowners to bypass all local municipal and 
state ordinances, instead arguing in federal 
courts. Imagine the right of community citi- 
zens to fight proposed developments being 
taken away at the local level. 

This bill was opposed by all municipal and 
state governments, major environmental and 
religious organizations. The House passed 
the bill 226-182 on March 16;2000. 
Congressman Crane was one of 26 marked 
absent. .,..,... 

3 Crane has been absent for many key votes, 

such as: . ...,;,.. 

Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry 
Reform Act, HR3525, May 8, 2002; Welfare 
Reform Extension Act, helping recipients 
back to work, HR 2350, June 11, 2003; To 
store Nuclear Waste at Yucca Mountain, HI 
Res 87, twice, May 8, 2002 and March 22, 



rightly ask, "What do they have to hide?" Just 
as importantly, aren't they interested in 
standing by the health and safety of their 

Sen. Susan Garrett should be commend- 
ed for bringing up the subject of the health 
and safety of bottled water into public focus. 
Her hearing was, she said, a fact-finding one. 
It puts the bottled water industry on notice. 
They owe an obligation to all consumers and 
their industry is being watched for potential 
oversight by states. Truly, Sen. Garrett has 
said to the bottled water industry, "Clean up 
your act." And the public will be the better 
for it. 



2000; Defense Budget accounting for 1/6^ of 
entire federal budget, July 8, 2003; China 
Permanent Trade Relations Amendment to 
allow imports of Chinese assault weapons 
and ammunitions, circumventing the US 
1994 weapon ban, HR 4444, May 10, 2000; 
Superfund of 1980, the most important envi- 
ronmental bill ever to require polluters to 
clean up toxic waste rather than taxpayers, 
HR 7020, Dec. 3, 1980; and Pesticide Control 
Act of 1972, prohibiting DDT and other 
chemicals, HR 10729, Nov. 9, 1971. 

Bills may be verified online at 
www.thomas.loc.gov. 

Dennis L Jahnke 
Island Lake 

Stop horn blasts 

Does this make any sense? Thousands of 
people's sleep is disturbed every night by 
trains blasting their horns all the way through 
Lake Villa and Grayslake. They do this on the 
off-chance that some moron will try to race 
around the gates. 

If flashing lights, clanging bells and low- 
ered gates don't stop him, neither will horns. 

Should law-abiding citizens, asleep in 
their beds^ be blasted awake just to prevent 
some idiot from harm caused by his own 
poor judgement? I think not. 

If you agree with me, voice your feelings to 
your representatives. Let's get this nonsense 
stopped. 

Pat Rents 
Grayslake 



Hidden agenda 

I read in your newspaper a letter signed 
by seven Lake County Forest Preserve District 
Commissioners who are concerned about 
access to our Forest Preserve facilities, in this 
case Brae Loch. We are all concerned. But the 
truth of the matter is that the commissioners 
Who signed the letter about catering contracts 
have a hidden agenda. 

First of all, why would the chairman of 
the Lake County Health Committee, Sandy 
Cole, the vice-chairman of that committee, 
Steve Carlson, and committee member 
Bob Powers, be opposed to a contract with 
a certified and insured caterer? If the pub- 
lic is allowed to bring in their own food, 
who pays if someone gets sick and files a 



lawsuit? I'll tell you who, we do, the tax- 
payers. 

How's this for a hidden agenda? 
Commissioner Don Bauer, has a brother in 
the catering business and Mr. Bauer has kept 
it no secret that besides free golf, he wants 
the Lake County Forest Preserve District 
catering business for his family. Judy Martini" 
friend, the mayor of Antioch, also has a cater- 
ing business and she would like to see him 
get a piece of the action, too. Commissioner 
Randy Whitmore shares similar interests with 
the people at Midlane Country Club. They 
also would like the Forest Preserve catering 
business. 

Let's read between the lines and see who 
is serving whom. Sounds more like self-serv- 
ing to me. 

The other 16 Forest Preserve 
Commissioners are in favor of awarding con- 
tracts based on a fair bidding system. To 
them I say, thank you for protecting'our inter- 
ests and keep up the good work. 

Connie Hoth 
Lake Villa 

Marsh protectors 

Now that the Fairfield Marsh has been 
restored to hopefully its natural state, the 
Village of Round Lake Heights would like to 
thank all the people that made this happen. 
First of all I would like to thank Mike Warner 
from Stormwater Management for all his help 
as this project would have never got off the 
ground without his involvement and partici- 
pation. And also hiring Hey and Associates 
for fixing the problem. 

Also, Pat Bleck, engineer for the Village 
of Round Lake Heights. All the residents 
around the Fairfield Marsh that are in Round 
Lake Heights and also those that surround 
Round Lake Heights in unincorporated areas. 
Their help was tremendous in the areas as to 
clean up and working together to solve the 
problem. 

A special thank you to both Pasquinelli 
Development and Neumann Homes, which 
neither one of them were contacted by myself 
but they both went out of their way to contact 
us to see what they could do to help. Each 
developer donated $5,000 to fix the problem 
and without their donation this project could 
not of went as fast as it did. 

Terry Lumpkin, Mayor 
Village of Round Lake Heights 



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Including fruits, vegetables, poultry and 
fish into the diet is beneficial, Piotrowski said, 
as is washing hands for at least 20 seconds 
before meals and frequently- throughout the 
day. Be physically active, get adequate sleep 
and consume plenty of fluids. 

The health department is providing flu vac- 
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years and older with a chronic illness and chil- 
dren between the ages of 6-23 months of age 
Tuesday, Dec. 16 at the Waukegan Township 
Senior Center from 9 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. The center 
is located at 414 S. Lewis in Waukegan. 



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or merger, assess the impact on the communi- 
ty- 

"The applicant is required to document 

that alternatives have been considered," he 

Vista Chief Financial Officer Jim McNichol 
explained that Vista CEO Tim Harrington was 
absent from the hearing because his atten- 
dance was required at an arbitration hearing to 
determine the corporation's obligation to 
Provena, the Catholic-based health care orga : 
nization that owns title to St. Therese, and that 
originally partnered with Victory Health to 
form Vista. 

McNichol told the committee that the hos- 
pital was losing $1 million each month because 
of its current payer mix. 

He reiterated the corporation's stance that 
Vista "can no longer afford to offer redundant 
services three miles apart." 

He noted the increased number of beds 
overall that would result from the consolida- 
tion, and said, "It is important to note that 
when we talk about consolidation, we are not 



talking about subtraction." 

link questioned the Vista board's refusal 
of State Sen. Adeline Geo : Karis' (R-Zion) offer 
of -a "free" second architectural review to 
determine if the assumption that it was more 
expensive to consolidate at St. Therese than at 
Victory was accurate. 

"If two doctors tell me to have surgery, I'm 
going to have surgery," said Link. 

Speaking for Legat, William E. Steed assert- 
ed that the architect's survey of the hospitals 
has taken months. Vista board members have 
indicated that time is of the essence, as the 
hospitals continue to lose more money each 
month they are not consolidated. 

He noted St. Therese was the preferred 
location, with advantages including access arid 
parking, until analysis determined the cost of 
consolidating there would be $49 million, as 
opposed to $32 million at Victory Memorial. 

He also noted there were more long-term 
costs associated with the St. Therese location, 
as well as problems with the structure design 
that were not up to current standards. 

Those opposing the closure included Dr. 
Gerald Havey. Citing 44 years of experience as 
a physician, with 23 of them spent at St. 




December 12, 2003 



Therese and on staff at Victory, he said he con- 
sidered St. Therese vital to Lake County in its 
service to the indigent. 

Havey challenged Vista's assertion that 
there have been no interested buyers for St. 
Therese, citing the "offer" made by GSI 
Securitization of Princeton, N.J. 

McNichol said GSI had never made a bona 
fide offer, but said the company would put a 
certain sum in escrow while it explored the 
possibility. The offer was made to Provena,' 
which still hods title to St. Therese, pending 
the outcome of the arbitration involved in dis- 
solving the Provena-Vlctory partnership. 

College earns honors 

Shimer College was honored by the 
Illinois State Historical Society through its 
Centennial Awards Program.The Society rec- 
ognizes busmess enterprises, institutions, and 
organizations based on longevity and contri- 
butions to the community and the betterment 
of the state. All recipients have been in exis- 
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The childbirth education classes at- 
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Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, will 
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advice. Taughtby trained, certified 
instructors, these classes provide under- 
standing, support and information that 
will take the expectant couple from preg- 
nancy through the postpartum. period, 
and help them to adjust to the changes 
that having a baby brings. Classes cover a 
variety of subjects including Pondering 
Pregnancy, Early Pregnancy, Childbirth 
Refresher, Infant Development, 
Grandparents Class, Basically Breast- 
feeding, Breast-feeding and Working and 
Caring for Baby. Call 847-990-5407, or in 
Spanish: 847-990-1289. 

Adult fitness classes 

Centre Club hosts Adult Fitness Classes 
from 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. each Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday at Prairie View Park 
Building, 16652 Port Clinton Rd., Vernon 
^Township. This class is the former Senior 
Fitness class that was held at the Condell 
Acute Care Center in Buffalo Grove. A certi- 
fied Centre Club instructor leads exercises to 
music from the 1940s, '50s and '60s. The cost 
is $3 per class. The first class is free. Call 
Centre Club, 847-990-5742 or Vernon 
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VISTA HEALTH 

Vista Health's Senior Spirit sets 
luncheon schedule 

Vista Health will again present its series 
of Senior Spirit luncheons in 2003. The low- 
cost events include a buffet lunch with bev- 
erage and an informational speaker. Cost is 
just $2 for members of Senior Spirit and $3 for 
non-members. Members must show their 
cards at the door. Reservations will be taken 
up to five days before each event. To make a 
reservation, call 1-800-843-2464. This month, 
the Senior Spirit luncheon is: December 16, 
Victory Memorial Hospital Same Day Surgery 
Conference Room, Waukegan. Topic will be 
"Handling Grief at the Holidays". 

Childbirth Preparation 

This class meets on four consecutive 
Tuesday evenings. Expectant parents are 
instructed in the labor and delivery experi- 
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techniques. 

Childbirth Preparation 

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Tuesday evenings. Expectant parents are • 
instructed in the labor and delivery experi- 
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techniques. 

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Crisis Counseling Available 

The Lake County Health Department 
and Community Health Center offers walk-in 
and telephone crisis counseling and referrals 
for Lake County residents experiencing emo- 
tional stress. This is a service of the Crisis 
Care Program, 3002 Grand Ave., Waukegan. 
Counselors are available 24 hours a day. For 
assistance, call 847-377-8088. (A TDD, hear- 
ing impaired phone line is also available at 
847-360-2905.) 

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CPR: Save a Life 

Learn infant, child and adult CPR 
through the American Heart Association's 
Pediatric and Heartsaver course. 
Participants receive first aid instruction for 
choking, as well as information about heart 
disease, causes and prevention of injury, and 
cardiopulmonary arrest in children. This is a 
one-day course. Date: Saturday, Ian. 10. 
Time: 9:00 to 1 p.m. 

Congregate Meals Program 

"Join others for low-cost, nutritional meals in 
the hospital cafeteria daily. A speaker or 
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nies one meal each month. Reservations are 
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It's that time of year again. We're over- 
come by the thrill of holiday shopping, 
parties, family gatherings, out-of-town 
guests and everything else that makes 
from now until New Year's so darn special. 

But in the midst of all the holiday hustle 
and bustle, we often lose sight of what's really 
important -.- just how long should those fes- 
tive food trays stay out in the open air? 

This year, our holiday gift to you is a guide 
to preventing food poisoning. Food-borne ill- 
ness is no joke. An estimated 76 million 
Americans are leveled by food-borne illness 
annually. At least 5,200 will die. . 

The elderly and indviduals with compro- 
mised immune systems are at the greatest 



risk. But food safety expert Debra Holtzman 
says it 'tis the season to be cautious because^ 
even the healthiest partygoer is a potential 
victim. 

Most of us will attend or host at least one 
gathering over the next few months. And 
chances are there will be plenty of festive food 
spreads that include everything from cold cuts 
to dips to desserts. Holtzman, author of The 
Panic-Proof Parent: Creating ASafe Lifestyle 
for Your Family [McGraw-Hill), says you can 
take measures to ward off food-borne illness. 

"At parties, they put out cold cuts, pies,, 
cut-up fruit," she says from her Florida home. 
"What happens is you get so caught up with 
your guests, you don't. remember the 'two 
hour rule.' If food is left out more than two 




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hours, bacteria grows to harmful levels and 
that's when people get sick. 

"You have to. keep an eye on the food. If 
guests come at 4 p.m. and the food is still 
there at 8 p.m.', you have to realize that people 
can get sick. You lose track of things during 
the holidays with so much going on." ;, ; 

Another error made by well-intentioned 
hosts and hostesses is the topping off of a dish 
that's been sitting for an extended amount of 
time. You shouldn't dump fresh food atop old 
food. When you do refill a dish, empty and 
wash the platter or serve the hew food on a 
new platter. It's a simple step iri reducing the 
risk of food-borne illness. Holtzman. urges' 
party-throwers to keep, an eye on the clock 
and never leave food out for longer than two 
hours. - - 

If you're a concerned guest, you can nice- 
ly ask the host if they would like you to put the 
food in the refrigerator so that the food does- 
n't go bad. 

Food-bome illness is by no means a holi- 
day tradition a la How the Grinch Stole 
Christmas. It's important to keep the kitchen 
area clean year-round. 

In this eDiets exclusive; Holtzman serves 
up a few steps that should be taken when 
preparing your favorite holiday foods. You 
may not realize how sickyou can get from cer- 
tain dishes, especially those involving raw 
eggs. . 

If a recipe calls for raw eggs, try pasteur- 
ized eggs or no* egg at all. It could mean the 
difference between a healthy holiday and a 
harrowing one that leaves you Grinchrlike 
green around the gills. 

"There are very few things we can control 
in life," Holtzman says. "But these are things 
we have the power to control. It's easy." 
, Here are some popular foods that can be 
hazardous to your health. ...... ,. 

■/ v • Eggnog: The best way to serve eggnog is 
to buy.it in carton. The store-sold product is 
pasteurized and is safe. If you make your own 
eggnog, use only pasteurized eggs, not raw 
ones. 

• Pies: Custard-type pies, including 
homemade pumpkin pie, need to be refriger- 
ated. If you run out of space in the refrigera- 
tor, rearrange items so that the pies will. fit 
inside the refrigerator. Pies at room tempera- 
ture can grow dangerous bacteria. 

, • Honey: Never give honey to a baby 
under the age of one. Honey may contain bac- 
terial spores that can cause infant botulism, a 
rare but serious disease that affects the ner- 
vous system of young babies. 

• Chocolate: Pet owners beware! 
Chocolate is toxic, and sometimes even fatal, 
for Fido or Kitty! 

• Turkey and stuffing: Cooking stuffing in 
a turkey or chicken should be avoided. The 
bird cooks both from the outside and the 
inside. When you stuff the bird, it reduces the 
heat penetration. Your best bet is to cook the 
turkey and stuffing separately. If you do 
choose to cook them together, make sure the 
temperature reaches at least 180 degrees 
Fahrenheit in the innermost part of the thigh, 
while the center of the stuffing inside the 
turkey reaches 165 degrees. Bacteria can sur- 
vive in stuffing that hasn't reached that tern- 
perature. 

• Caesar salad: Many recipes call for raw 
eggs in Caesar salad. Do not use raw eggs in 
the dressing. Use a pasteurized egg instead. 

• Perishable foods: Never leave perish- 
able food at room temperature over two 
hours. Perishable foods include raw and 
cooked meat, poultry and seafood products. 
Once fruits and vegetables are cut, it is safest 
to also limit their time at room temperature. 
If perishable food is left at room tempera- 
ture for over two hours, bacteria can grow to 
harmful levels. 

• Alcohol: Alcohol affects children more 
drastically than adults, so even small amounts 
of alcohol can be dangerous to children. It 
causes a quick drop in blood sugar, drowsi- 
ness, seizures and even death. Spiked holiday 
punch and eggnog should be kept out of the 
reach of children. Remove all empty and par- 
tially empty cups as soon as possible. Store 
alcohol in a locked cabinet out of reach and 
sight of children. 

Now that you're armed with a few simple 
rules, go forth and enjoy a safe, happy holiday 
season!— fey Kim Droze eDiets Managing 
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Stroke is the third leading cause of death 
and the leading cause of adult disability in 
the United States. Every year, stroke strikes 
approximately 750,000 Americans, killing 
160,000 and forever changing the lives of 
many who survive. The good news is that up 
to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented 
every year; the bad news is that studies con- 
ducted by the National Stroke Association 
show that fewer than 30 percent of those sur- 
veyed said their doctors discussed the topic 
of stroke during annual exams. 
■ A stroke is a "brain attack," cutting off 
vital blood and oxygen to the brain cells that 
control everything we do — from speaking, to 
walking, to breathing. Most strokes occur 
when arteries are blocked by blood clots or 
by the gradual build-up of plaque and other 
fatty deposits. Some strokes can be caused by 
arteries rupturing when weak spots on the 
blood vessel wall break. 

To help patients get the information they 
need to control their risk factors for stroke, 
the National Stroke Association has launched 
the Ask Your Doctor education campaign, 
urging you to ask your doctor the following 
four questions on your next visit 

1. Am I at risk for stroke? 

Most people have some stroke risk. A few 
stroke risk factors are beyond your control, 
such as being over age 55, being a male, 
being an African-American, having diabetes, 
and having a family history of stroke. 

There are medical and lifestyle risk fac- 
tors you can control. Medical stroke risk fac- 
tors include previous stroke, previous 
episode of transient ischemic attack, or 
"TIA," high cholesterol, high blood pressure, 
heart disease/arrial fibrillation and carotid 
artery disease. Lifestyle stroke risk factors 
include smoking, being overweight, and 
drinking too much alcohol. 

2. How do I lower my risk for stroke? 

Address the risk factors you can control. - 



Know your blood pressure, and work with 
your doctor to keep it under control. If you 
smoke, stop. If you drink alcohol, do so in 
moderation. Know your cholesterol, and if it 
is high, ask your doctor for advice on lower- 
ing it. If you have diabetes, follow your doc- 
tor's recommendations carefully to control 
your condition. Include exercise in your daily 
routine; a brisk walk, swim or other activity 
for as little as 30 minutes a day can improve 
your health in many ways. Cut down on sodi- 
um and fat in your diet Finally, ask your doc- 
tor if you have circulation problems. 

3. What If I have a stroke? 

If you have a stroke, seek immediate 
medical attention - stroke is an emergency. . 
Learn to recognize stroke symptoms. 
Common symptoms include: sudden numb- 
ness or weakness of the face, arm or leg ~ 
especially on one side of the body; sudden 
confusion, trouble speaking or understand- 
ing; sudden trouble seeing in one or both 
eyes; sudden trouble walking, dizziness, 
loss of balance or coordination; and sud- 
den severe headache with no known 
cause. Call 911 if you see or have any of 
these symptoms. Treatment can be more 
effective if given promptly — every 
minute counts. 

4. What are my recovery and rehab 
options after my stroke? 

Rehabilitation starts in the hospital as 
soon as possible after the stroke. In patients 
who are stable, rehabilitation may begin 
immediately after the stroke, and should be 
continued as necessary after release from the 
hospital. Depending on the severity of the 
stroke, rehabilitation options include physi- 
cal, speech or occupational therapy delivered 
in a number of settings: a rehab unit in the 
hospital, a rehabilitation hospital, home ther- 
apy, outpatient therapy clinics, and a long- ' 
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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE NEW 
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(As reported in the November 30, 2003 New York Times) 

Under "standard prescription drug coverage," defined in the 

Medicare bill, a beneficiary would be responsible for the first $250 

in drug costs each year. Of the next $2,000, Medicare would cover 

75 percent and the beneficiary would pay 25 percent, or $500. The 

beneficiary would then be responsible for all of the next $2,850 in 

drug costs. 

The beneficiary would thus pay $3,600 for the first $5,100 worth 

of medicine in a year, and that does not include the premiums, 

estimated at $420 a year. Beyond that, Medicare would cover 

95 percent of the cost of each prescription, after the patient had spent 

$3,600. 

Low-income people without any insurance for prescription drugs 
stand to gain most from the new Medicare benefit. They could 
receive extra assistance, reducing their premiums, deductibles and 
other costs. 

None of these "benefits" begins until 2006. By Spring of 2004 you 
will have the option of purchasing a prescription drug discount card 
that may save you between 15-25%. That will occur if the big drug 
companies cooperate with the distributors of the discount cards and 
lower their prices. Why should they if they have no competition on 
their name brand drugs? 

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ers return to 
court from Carmel 




By STEVE PETERSON 
speterson@lakelandmedia.com 

Carmel High will welcome back state 
champion football players Joe Parisi, Jack 
Simmons, Chris Miller, Tom Kloss for the 
East Suburban Catholic Conference clash 
with St. Viator Dec. 12 in Mundelein. 

The football players practiced for their 
initial week, getting their basketball legs 
back and fighting off a bad flu bug. Mark 
Venegoni is out with an injured ankle. 

CHS head basketball coach is optimistic 
and said morale remains strong despite an 0- 
6 start. 

"I think that we have held up pretty well. 
We played about 28 minutes of good basket- 
ball this weekend. The last two games werea 
lot better than the first four," Molloy said. 

Carmel lost to Notre Dame 54-37 and 
lost to Antioch 63t44 last week. 

Greg Schuda, a junior forward, scored 14 



points in the loss to Notre Dame. Sean 
Dolan, a senior and Scott Passolt, also a 
junior, had 11 and 10 points in the loss to 
Antioch. 

Malloy described what Dolan and 
Passolt have' meant the first half-dozen 
games. 

"Sean is one of the hardest working 
players. He had a couple of treys and he cal 
pull up and get points off a press. He. can 
read the defense of a game," Molloy said. 

"Scott is perimeter oriented. He has a 
very good three-point shot. He has nice bal- 
ance and tries not to rush it," Molloy said. 

In both games, teams expanded their 
leads in the second half against CHS. A 14r2 
run by Antioch helped the Sequoits do 
Carmel in on Saturday. Eric Lear hurt 
Carmel with 14 points. Chandler Kent added 
11. 

.St. Viator is led by Steve Soleski. "They 
play really well, aggressive," Molloy said. 




Carmel's Greg Schuda attempts a jumper over Antioch 's Drew Dittmer in his 
team's 63-44 loss to the Sequoits,. The Corsairs will host St. Viator on Friday, 
Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m. — Photo by Steve Young 



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Rrombach leads Corsairs over Antioch 



By STEVE PETERSON 
speterson@lakelandnniedia.com 

A strong second half allowed Carmel 
High's girls basketball team to pull away and 
earn a non-conference win at Antioch. 

Carmel won 51-38 for its fifth win in seven 
games. 

"We went after it with full-court pressure 
and got some turnovers, We made some shots 
in the second half, after not making many in 
the first," said Carmel coach John Ryan! 



Senior Caitlin Krombach scored 14 of her 
19 points in the second half. Junior Jill Scudder 
scored 11 points in the first half, when Antioch 
led 23-21 athalftime. The second half includ- 
ed a 30-15 Carmel run, 

Jenny Eckhart pitched in with eight points. 

Carmel plays a tough Benet team Dec. 13 
at home in its second East Suburban Catholic 
Conference game. Carmel also had Marist as 
ESCC play opens up. Marist is an up-and- 
coming squad while Benet is more senior 
dominated, according to Ryan. 




Carmel's Jenny Eckhart tries to drive past an Antioch player in her team's 51-38 
win. The Corsairs will host Benet Academy on Saturday, Dec. 13 at 3 p.'m \^Phpto 
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Girls Tennis 

Samantha Edwards, Katy Fries, Kara 
Heggen, Ashley Jensen, Amanda Peters, 
Christina Pontikes, Kelly Poplawski, Jenna 
Watt. 
Field Hockey 

Cara Anderson, Iindsey Andrews, Molly 
Bonner, Leslie Collins, Jody Crivello, Lindsey 
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Renschen, Cassie Turzy 
Boys' Golf 

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Girls' Cross Country 

Julia Cermak, Amanda Hoetzer, Samantha 
Miller, Abby Peters, Julie Rohde, Lauren 
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Dance Team 

ellie Davis, Laura Gegg, Alyssa Johnson, 
BreannaMieszanek, Megan Robinson, Savana 
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Boys' Soccer 

John Barlow, Matt Gray, PhiLHerout, Zach 
Mitsuuchi, Will Rutter 
Girls' Golf 

Megan Placko, Ldren Scarbrough 
Football 

Julie Bariamis, Ryan Naes, Taylor 
Pechauer, Joe Romani, Ben Rozewicz 
Cheerleaders 

Danielle Davis, Kelsey Dent, Kim 
Gustafson, Christine Shea 
Girls' Volleyball 

Jennifer Dewar, ; Tara Heitman, Katie 
Hofeldt, Katherine Reynolds, Jackie Schmit, 
JeannaWirth 
Boys' Cross Country 

Jim Beatty, Travis Brown, David Dee, Kyle 
Ketterlirig, Ryan McHale, Andy Napier, Matt 
Rynkiewicz, Stephen Worth 

Grant 

Boys' Golf 

Jeff Grom, Terry Grom, Craig Hartmann, 
Teodor Spiridon 
Girls' Tennis 

Shaina 'Flinchum, Danielle Sass, Can 
Pundavela, Dawn Chanath, Lindsay Dresser, 
Jacquelynn Gonyo, Christine Gratz, Catherine 
Savage, Angie Stimpson, Aleese Sullivan 
Cheerleading 

Amanda Peczkowski, Carrie Svoboda, 
Sarah Patterson, Brittany Schram 
Pom-Pons 

Marisol Clark, Sienna Clark, Jessica Baran, 
Katie Senkiw, Tammy Tokarz 



Libertyville 

Cheerleading 

Jessica Holland, Peter Finkel 




Boys' Cross Country 

Eric Engler, Steve Goff, Ken Young 
Girls' Cross Country 

Lauren Jagiel, Mia Supanich-Winter, 
Allison Van Beek 
Football 

Matt Acaro, Kyle Bruett, Chris Davis, Jason 
Detweiler, Chris Jansen, Kenny Klassman, 
John Kuceyeski, Doug Landgraf, Eric Prichard, 
Kyle Rhoades, Tom Sitz 
Boys' Golf 

Joe Harrington, Jon Hein, Michael 
Schachner 
Girls' Golf 

Natalie Chase, Raphael Clarke 
Girls Swimming 

Melissa Handc&ck, Mallory Kriickman, 
Jessica Wood 
Girls Volleyball 

Brittany Alamshah, Stefanie Aide, Kate 
Binion, Alyssa - Gintant, Annie Lubicky, 
Christine Marchinski, Jennifer Pino, Hayley 
Steplyk, Nicole Sullivan 
Poms 

Katie Finch, Jacqueline Hill, Darcy Loeb, 
Samantha Mattimiro, Ashley Mayworm ■ 
Boys Soccer 

. Dan Baldino, John Foldrod, NickGiacinto, 
Matt Partain 
Girls Tennis 

Sarah Heupel, Erin Oldenburg, Liz Rinella 

Mundelein 

Boys Soccer 

Christophe Bouteille, Robert Sawchuk, 
Brian Sheehan, Mike Sommers 
Golf 

Jon Fredbeck, AndrewThompson 
Girls Cross Country 

' Johanna Magin, Tammy Michaelis, 
Megan Peel, Audrey Pfohl, Jessica Ranck, 
Rebecca Swanson 
Girls VoUeybaU 

Megan Curry, Martha Panameno, Beth 
Rosendahl, Chase Seehen, Taylor Tortorello 
Boys Cross Country 

Jameson Azul, Erik Buchberger, Colin 
Selbo, Kyle Sorby, Jimmy Walsh 
Football 

Warren Arnold, Matt Drecoll, Nick 
Drewanz, Bryan Falato, Jake Gaebler, Vince 
Hahn, Matt Hicks, Jason Hutchinson, Steven 
Petti, Andy Pieczkolan, Nick Spear, Zach Wirt 
Girls Swimming 

Callie Andrysiak, Maggie Gates, Lucy Hirt, 
Melissa Lambert, Scarlett Lambert, Dhara 
Pandya, Christine Rowley 
Girls Tennis 

Ana Antonetti, Andrea Clark, Sidonia 
Davis, Karis Munley, Danielle Schram, 
Jennifer Stepaniuk 




GLASA offers wheelchair road 
racing arid track clinics 



The Great Lakes. Adaptive Sports 
Association'(GLASA) will conduct wheelchair 
road racing and track clinics for both new and 
experienced races, ages 6 through adult. 

The clinics will be held Sunday, Nov. 23 at 
Vernon Hills High School from 1-3 p.m., 
Sunday, Dec. 14 at Grayslake High School 
from 3:30-5:30 p.m. and January 4 at Venion 
Hills High School from 1t3 p.m. 

The Dec. 14 clinic will feature Christina 



Ripp, Paralympic Athlete and women's 
Boston Marathon wheelchair winner. 

Wheelchair road racing and track is 
geared toward any child or adult who has 
mobility impairment and is capable of push- 
ing a chair. 

Individuals need not use a wheelchair to 
participate in this exciting sport. For registra- 
tion information, call the GLASA office at 847- 
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Chris Crecchio, Lindsay Lang, Whitney 
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Marcos Ocampo, Jamie Valadez, Scott 
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Girls Tennis 

Amanda Almodpvar, Katrina Becerra, 
Katarzyna Moczydlowski, Maria Nava, Erin 
Poynter, Christine Ross, Patricia Tellez 
Boys Golf 

Nicholas Anchor 
Cheerleading 

Jen Chapman, Sarah Meyer, Nicole Olbie, 
Kelly Schwarz 

Vernon Hills 

Boys Cross Country 

' Thomas Rams 
Girls Cross Country 

Carrie Brandt, Carolyn Grieco, Jacqueline 
Leffler 
Pom Pons 

Katie Trione 
Football 

Maxwell Citron, Zachary Foster, Eugene 
Frankfurt 
Girls Swimming/Diving 

Greta Kerns, Kathleen McDonnell, Rachel 
Netland, Sarah Rau 
Boys Golf 

Andrew Benton, Thomas Ginakakis, Brett 
Usen 
Cheerleading 

Alina Bogdanov, Kyle Gehrke, Kimberly 
Gray 
Girls Tennis 

Lauren Horan, Lisa Kim, Meghan 
Krippinger, Elisabeth Rutkowski 
Girls VoUeybaU 

Rachel Cope, Laura Paparella, Emily 
Proctor 
Boys Soccer 

Colin Johnston, Gordon Scharf 



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Boys Cross Country 

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John Boegen, Mark Schneider, Mike Hilty, Zac 
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Girls Cross Country 

Amber Bryant, Emily Brandes, Asha 
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Noah Moss, Spencer Masterson, Kyle 
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Girls Golf 

Sara Rezabek, Morgan Pursley, Laura 
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Mary Gouris, Klaudia Siczek, Janet 
Barcarse, Laura Medina, Caryn Beutel, Amy 
Bostrom, Natalie Fornelli, Laura Nemeth, 
Mariko Takagi, Alyeeson Hughes 
Boys Soccer 

Ricardo Rodriguez, Scott Snyder, Mike 
Armour, Ben Ferrara, Willie Harju, Sean 
Murphy, Brennan O'Brien 
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Ashley Fallos, Alexandra Leach, Caroline 
Thompson, Annalisa Sawick, Paula Nieweem, 
Elaine Guiao, Maddy McNally, Brittany Smith 
Swimming 

Jessica Bello, Samantha Greenwood, 
Stefanie Leafblad, Lindsey Michalski, Alexis 
Roseman, Jenna Sanders, Catherine Hoke, 
Katherine O'Morche, Meghann Orenchak 
FootbaU 

Robby Tomei, Jay Vinas, Quintin Scott, 
Christopher Rottwweiler, Erine Washington, 
Brian Kasen, Kevin Pollard, Kyle Michaelsen, 
John Calhoun, Eric Mayes, Jon Gialds, Andrew 
Ray, Garren Zerfass, Grant Lack, Danny 
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Heather Dopke, Bianca Cusimano," 
Kirsten Kraus, Curtis Manahan, James Mayer 
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Sara Lachner, Kristin Korakalis, Katie Van 
Geem, Linda Hoy, Emily Mate, Jenny Matesi, 
Karen Pinkonsly 
Golf 

Kristin Milosch, Alexander Crabree 
FootbaU 

Brian Santella, Andrew Baker, Josh 
Patterson, Jason Frey, Jeremy Clark, Chris 
Antonetti; John Champion 
Girls Tennis 

Liydia Hutcheons, Melissa Mikelski, 
Alison Tomchik, Courtney Mikelski, Alia 
Papirnyak 
Cheerleading 

Kacey Culver, Courtney Faczek, Leslie 
Korotka, Venessa Radez, Erin Grimm, Jessica 
Niemi, Kelly Spence 
VoUeybaU 

Samantha Miller, Christy Lenzen 
Boys Soccer 

Mike Armstrong, Brian Santella, Jacob 
Hines, Bryan Baird 




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December 12,2003 






SAINT STEPHEN LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(ELCA) 
1155 Hillside Avenue 
Anlioch, Illinois - 
(847) 39S-3359 
Rev, Dr. Roger Black 
Christmas Eve Candlelight Services 
7:30 p.m. - Family Service with special Music 
it:0p pm • Traditional Service with Senior Choir Anthem Preludes beginning at 10:40 pm 
Holy Communion in Both Services 
Christmas Day Service • 9:30 a.m. 
Come as you are for Carols, Lessons, and Holy Communion 







SAINT BEDE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Wilson Road & Route 59 • Ingleside, IL 

847-587-2251 
!^£- Holiday Mass Schedule 

■ Christmas Eve. Werf, 19/Pd. 

3:30pm (Children's Mass), 5:30 & Midnight 

Christmas Day. Thurs., 12/25 

8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am 

. New Year's Day. Thurs., Jan 1st 

8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am 






With Us This 



Season 





CHRISTMAS 

EVE SERVICES 

Family Service 7pm 

Candlelight Service I Ipm 



TRINITY 
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 



I Trinity is located just north of 
iMopper School on Deck Rd 
1101 S. Beck Rd. 
iLindenhurst, IL 60046 
1847-356-7200 



Calvary Presbyterian Che 

Come, CekBrate Christmas "With Us 

Christmas Eve Worship Services 

"7:00 PM, 9:00 PM, 11:00 PM 

Christmas bay Worship Service 11:00 AM 

The Rev. Lisle J. Kauffman, Pastor 

510 N. Cedar Lake Road 

Round Lake, IL 60073 

(847) 546-4444 




CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS IN 
HISTORIC MILLBURN VILLAGE 

at 
MJIIburn Congregational United Church of Christ 

Grass Lake Road and Highway 45 

Margo ParamskI, Director of Christian Education 

Constance H. Stewart, Interim Pastor 

December 24 - Christmas Pva 

7:00 P.M. - Family Service 

Lessons and Carols 

Candlelight 

10:30 P.M. - Preservlce Music 

11:00 P.M. - Festival of Carols, 
Candlelight and Holy Communion 

Nursery Care Provided 
For further Information call (847) 356-5237 | 



^ Unlock ZOilted /PUthoeUst Ckutek 
848 Main St., Antfoch, IL 60002 
847-395-1259 
Rev. Gary L. Curl, Pastor 




Join us on Christmas Kv p. 

5:00 pm Family Service (child care) 
8:00 pm Worship (child care) 
11:00 pm Worship (cMd care) 

ami ctmfla fighting at each service. 




Si M(ir{Lutfkran Ckrch 

Wednesday, Dec 24th, 2003 

utlh Communion 

5pm, 8:30pm, 1fpm No services on Christmas Day 
1822 E. Grand Avenue 
lindenhurst, EL 60046 
847-356-8140 . 




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December 

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7: 9:00am and 10:30am Christmas Cantata 

(Adult Choir) 
14: 10:15am Christmas Pageant 
21: 9:00am and 10:30 am worship 
24: 7:00pm Christmas Eve Family Service 
11:00pm Candlelight Service with 
Lessons and Carols 
28: 9:00am and 10:30am Worship 




All are invited to worship with us! 

110 McKinley Avenue, Lake Villa 

(847) 356-2661 



Open .hearts. Open minds. Open doors. 

The people of The United Methodist Church 



Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Long Lake 

255 1 9 West Hwy 1 34 • Ingleside, IL 6004 1 

(847) 546-2 1 09 • vyvvw.trinityonthehill.com 

Holiday Worship Schedule 
Friday, Dec. 12th 

Annual Christmas Advent Hymn Festival at 7PM 

Sunday, Dec. 21st 

Worship Service at 8 & 10 AM 

Xhildrens' Christmas Program following the 10 AM Service 

Wednesday, Dec 24th 

Christmas Eve Services 

4:00 PM - 7 PM and 10:30 PM 

Carols till the 11:00 PM worship service 

Thursday, Dec 25th Christmas Day 

**^& 10:00 AM Service 





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Christ Church Episcopal ^ 

410 Grand Ave. • Waukegan, IL 60085 

The Rev. Albert W. Majkrzak, Rector 

CHRISTMAS EVE, DECEMBER 24TH 

4:30 p.m. Family and Children's Service 

10:30 p.m. The Music of Christmas 

11:00 p.m. Festive Service of Holy Eucharist 

CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25TH 

10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist ^ 

ALPHA begins on January 5th & 6t h 

Call for information 

847-662-7081 





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St. Andrew's 
Episcopal Church 

31 Park Avenue 

Grayslake, IL 60030 

(847)223-2310 

nnvw.standrew-grayslake.com 

December 24, 5 pm Family Service 

December 22, 10:30 pm, 

Caroling 11 pm 

December 25, 9 am Holy Eucharist 





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laVerne E. Owens 

Age 83 of Antioch, passed away 
Monday, Dec. 8,2003 at her home. She 
was born June 2, 1920 in Chicago, the 
daughter of the late Arvid and Linnea 
(Lind) Bonnevier. She had lived in Pell 
Lake, Wis. and Hayward, Calif., before 
moving to Antioch in 1956. She was a 
member of the Westosha Senior 
Center in Bristol, Wis.. The Antioch- 
Senior Center and the Foresters. On 
Oct. 6, 1939, she married William H. 
Owens in Chicago. 

Survivors include her husband of 
64 years, William; her children, Judy 
(Bob) Petykowski of Antioch, Susan 
(Pat) Sullivan of Edgerton, Wis., Steve 
(Debbie) Owens of Antioch and 
Darlene (Robert) King of Orlando, Fla; 
19 grandchildren; 12 great grandchil- 
dren and one sister. She is preceded in 
death by a son, William Jr. and a 
granddaughter, Jennifer Petykowski in 
1990 and a granddaughter, Cheri Ann 
Sullivan in 1968. 

Funeral Services were held at 1 
p.m., Dec. 10 at the Strang Funeral 
Home of Antioch with visitation 
beginning at 11 a.m. Interment was 
private. 




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Mabel A. Carney 

Age 74 of Antioch, passed away 
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2003 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in Waukegan. She 
was born Nov. 9, 1929 in Waukegan, 
the daughter of the late Albert and 
Carrie (Sivers) Norman and has been 
a lifelong resident of Antioch. She had 
worked as a telephone operator for 
several years, retiring in 1961 to 
become a homemaker and to raise her 
family. While she was raising her fam- 
ily she worked part time as a salesper- 
son and clerk for- the former 
Barnstable Department Store in 
Antioch. On June 17, 1961, she mar- 
ried Neal P. Carney in Antioch. 

Survivors include her husband 
Neal,. six children, Carolyn Eckert of 
Silver Lake, Wis., Daniel Carney of 
Antioch, Diana (James) Newton of 
Lindenhurst, Virginia Carey of Trevor, 
Wis., Julie (Kevin) Howard of Lansing, 
Mich, and Amy (Jeff) Nielsen of 
Galesburg; her daughter-in-law, Lori 
Buchanan Lewis of Waukegan; 11 
grandchildren; nine great. grandchil- 
dren and many nieces and nephews. 
She is preceded in death by two sons, 
Thomas and infant Jeffrey; one grand- 
son, Jeffrey and five sisters, Hazel, 
Myrtle, Opal, Virginia and Helen. 

Funeral Services were held at 11 
a.m., Dec. 6 at the Strang Funeral 
Home of Antioch with reader Barbara 
Beese of the First Church of Christ 
Scientist of Antioch, officiating. 
Interment was in Hillside Cemetery in 
Antioch. Visitation was from 4-8 p.m. 
Dec. 5. Friends desiring may make 
contributions to the Juvenile Diabetes 
Foundation, 500 N. Dearborn, Suite 
305, Chicago, IL 60610. 



1949 she received an advanced degree 
and worked at Hines Hospital in the 
Army Nursing Corp. until 1953. She 
later taught at McHenry High School 
for over 30 years, helped to establish 
the free McHenry Health Clinic, and 
enjoyed gardening, reading, and her 
membership at the Calvary 
Presbyterian Church in Round Lake. 

Survivors include her sons, Mark 
(Eve) Chaberski of Marengo, Kirk 
(Sharon) Chaberski of Nashville, 
Tenn.; four grandchildren, Devon and 
Clayton Chaberski of Marengo and 
Evan and Eden Chaberski of 
Nashville, Tenn.; one brother, Glen 
(Liia) Fiebig of Alliance, Neb.; and by 
many friends. She is preceded in 
death by her husband, John G. 
Chaberski on March 16, 1997 and by 
her parents. 

Visitation was held on Dec. 9 from 
11 a.m;-3 p.m. at the K. K. Hamsher 
-Funeral Home in Fox Lake (The 
Chapel on the Lake) Funeral Service 
was conducted at 3 p.m. Dec. 9 at the 
funeral home with the. Rev. Lisle 
Kauffman officiating, to which all 
were invited to attend. Interment was 
private. The family will appreciate 
memorials for the McHenry County 
Retired Teachers (MCRT) Scholarship 
Fund c/o Greg Johnson, 1315 
Palomino Dr., McHenry, IL 60051. 

Rafael Bazbaz 

Age 75 of Vernon Hills, passed 
away suddenly Friday, Dec. 5, 2003 at 
his home. He was a retired sales man- 
ager of Shephard Chevrolet in Lake 
Bluff. 

Surviving are his wife, Amalia and 
two sons, Isaac Bazbaz of Park Ridge 
and James Bazbaz of Vernon Hills. He 
is also the brother-in-law of two. 

Mass of Christian Burial was held 
at 10 a.m., Dec. 9 at St. Mary ofVernon 
Catholic Church in Indian Creek. 
Entombment followed at All. Saints 
Cemetery. Visitation was from 3-8 
p.m., Dec. 8 at the Burnett-Dane 
Funeral Home in Libertyville. 
Memorial contributions can be made 
to the American Cancer Society in his 
memory. 



Roy, a son, Paul and two brothers. 

Private services and interment of 
her cremains was at Mt. Auburn 
. Cemetery in Harvard. In lieu of flow- 
ers donations may be made to the 
Hospice of Condell Hospital, 
Libertyville, IL 60048, in her memory. 
Arrangements were entrusted to the 
Strang Funeral Home of Antioch. 

Zorka Andric 

Age 85 of Mississauga, Ontario, 
Canada, passed away Sunday, Nov. 30, 
2003 at her home. She was born in 
Yugoslavia. 

Surviving are her son Radislav 
Andric of Mississauga and many 
friends. She is preceded in death by 
her husband, Savo Andric and Son 
Petar. 

A graveside service was held at 1 
p.m., Dec. 6 at St. Sava Cemetery in 
Libertyville. Arrangements were han- 
dled by the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home in Libertyville. 

Jewel £. Bacon 

Age 93 of Libertyville, passed away 
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2003 at the 
Winchester House in Libertyville. 

Surviving are her daughter, Joan 
(Benjamin) Macdonald of 

Libertyville; five grandchildren, two 
great grandchildren and a brother. 
She is preceded in death by her par- 
ents, Charles and Julie Ernst; by her 
husband, Walter E. Bacon Jr. in 1958; 
by her son, Walter E. Bacon III and by 
eight brothers and sisters. 

Prayers began at 10:30 a.m., Dec. 5 
at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville and services continued to 
St. Joseph Church in Libertyville for a 
Funeral Mass at 11 a.m. Interment 
followed at All Saints Cemetery in Des 
Plaines. Visitation was at the funeral 
home from 9:30 a.m. until the time of 
prayers on Dec. 5. Memorial contri- 
butions can be made to Arden Shore 
Child and Family Services, 935 
Lakeview Parkway, No. 105, Vernon 
Hills, IL 60061 in her memory. 



Center in Libertyville. She said good- 
bye to her kids one last time. 

Nannette is survived by her hus- 
band of 19 years, William Domain; her 
children, Ryan, Erick, Kevin and Kyle 
Domain; her mother, Joan Walsh and 
her stepfather, Jim Walsh; and her sis- 
ters. She is preceded in death by her 
father, Donald Arthur. 

A visitation was scheduled for 
Dec. 5 at Strang Funeral Chapel and 
Crematorium Ltd. in Grayslake from 
7-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials 
may be given to American Cancer 
Society, 1300 N. Skokie Hwy., 104 
Gurnee,IL 60031. 

Jean Marie Gustisha 

Age 75 of Beach Park, passed away 
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2003 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in Waukegan. She 
was born the daughter of the late 
Forrest J. and Grace M. (nee Schlitz) 
Kaeser. 

Jean is survived by her compan- 
ion of 15 years, Richard S. Cackovic of 
Beach Park; her sons, Kevin (Deanna) 
Gustisha of Elkhorn, Wis. and Jeff 
(Doreen) Gustisha of Wauconda; her 
grandchildren and her brother. She is 
preceded in death by her husband, 
Edward Frank Gustisha; her sister and 
a brother. 

A "Celebration, of her life" will be 
held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 13 at 
Ted's Restaurant, 1611 Belvidere Rd., 
in Waukegan. Arrangements were 
handled by the Lakewood 
Crematorium in Lake Bluff. 





Emma Chaberski 
(nee Fiebig) 

Age 81, a resident of 
Ingleside for the past 36 
years, formerly of Cicero, 
died Thursday, Dec. 4, 2003 in 
Sycamore. She was born on May 28, 
1922 in Loup City, Neb. To Albert and 
Bertha (Jendricke) Fiebig. She gradu- 
ated from the University of Nebraska 
with a degree in nursing in 1944, and 
served her country as a Lieutenant in 
the U.S. Army in post war Germany. In 



Richard D. Schutt 

Age 47 of Antioch, passed away 
Thursday/Dec. 4, 2003 at Condell 
Medical Center in Libertyville. 

Survivors include three children, 
Samaritha L. Schutt of Antioch, Rick A. 
and Amanda J. Schutt both of Chino 
Hills, Calif.; his mother, Pearl Schutt of 
New Mexico and his sister Linda (Jim) 
Smith of Colorado. He is preceded in 
death by his father in 2002. 

Memorial Funeral Service was 
held at 7 p.m., Dec. 8 at the Strang 
Funeral Home of Antioch with the 
Rev. Gary L. Curl of the United 
Methodist Church of Antioch officiat- 
ing. A memorial visitation was held 
from 5 p.m., Dec. 8, until the time of 
services. In lieu of flowers, donations 
may be made to the American Cancer 
Society in his memory. 

JLolita M. Finger 

Age 75 of Antioch, passed away 
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2003 at Condell 
Medical Center in Libertyville. She 
was born in Harvard, the daughter of. 
the late James and Gladys (Clark) 
Townsend. 

Survivors include her son, Jeff 
(Linda) Finger of Janesville, Wis.; two 
grandchildren; two brothers. She is 
preceded in death by her husband; 




Dr. Kenneth H. Moody 

Age 87, a former resident of 
Libertyville, passed away, 
Nov. 16, 2003 at his home in 
Savannah, Ga. He enlisted in 
the U.S. Army during WWII, was com- 
missioned a 2 nd Lieutenant and 
■ served for five years. After his military 
service, he saw the need of good care 
for veterans and worked at the West 
Side VA Hospital in Chicago as an 
orthopedic and surgical examiner 
until his retirement." 

Surviving are his wife of 62 years, 
Alice Moody; a son, Charles (Joan) 
Moody of Libertyville; a daughter, 
Jane (G. Terry) Jackson of Savannah, 
Ga.; grandchildren and great grand- 
children. He is preceded in death by 
his parents, Charles and Marian 
Moody and by his daughter, Sara 
Moody Chepovsky. 

A Memorial Service was held at 11 
a.m., Dec. 6 at St. Lawrence Episcopal 
Church in Libertyville. Interment fol- 
lowed at Lakeside Cemetery, after 
which a luncheon followed at the 
church. Memorials can be made to 
the St. Lawrence Church Building 
Fund. Arrangements were handled by 
the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville. 

Nannette Domain 

Age 46 passed away Thursday, 
Nov. 27, 2003 at Condell Medical 



Frank S. Chrusciel 

Age 80 of Ocean Springs, 
MS., passed away Saturday, 
Dec. 6, 2003 in Ocean 
Springs, MS. He was a veter- 
an of the U.S. Army/having served in 
the Pacific Theatre during WWII and 
received many decorations, including 
the Purple Heart. He later was a civil 
service instructor, serving in the 
motor pool at Fort Sheridan for many 
years. 

Surviving are his wife of 52 years, 
Bobby Jean and four sons, Wayne 
(Ann) Chrusciel ofWhitefish Bay, Wis., 
Michael (Lisa) Chrusciel of Fort 
worth, Tex., Glen (Erin) Chrusciel of 
Cedar Falls, Iowa, and R. Alan (Pat) 
Chrusciel of Portage, Mich.; 11 grand- 
children and his sister. He is preceded 
in death by his parents, Albert and 
Agatha; by a brother and a sister. 

Funeral Service was held at noon, 
Dec. 11 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home in Libertyville. Interment fol- 
lowed at Lakeside Cemetery, visitation 
was from 10 a.m., until the time of ser- 
vices on Dec. 11. 

John J. Brooks Jr. 

Age 81, passed away Sunday, Dec. 7, 
2003 at Manor Care in Libertyville. He 
was a. Deacon of St. Joseph Catholic 
Church in Round Lake. John would 
minister at many of the local nursing 
homes. 

John is survived by his wife of 52 
years, Rosemarie Brooks; a loving 
father to his children, John J. • 
(Chrisfine) Brooks III, Linda Oishmore, 
Joanne (bill) Dewitt, Mary (Joseph) 
Couch, Larry (Linda) Brooks, and 
Kenneth (Paula) Brooks; his sister; 16 
grandchildren; four great grandchil- 
dren. He is preceded In death by his 
daughter and her husband Karen (bill) 
Reynolds. 

A Funeral Mass was held Dec. 10 at 
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Round 



- Lake at 10 a.m. Friends of the family 
visited on Dec. 9 at Strang Funeral 
Chapel and Crematorium Ltd. in 
Grayslake from 5-9 p.m. Memorials 
may be made to die American Heart 
Association Dept. 77-3968, Chicago, IL 
60678. 

William F. McMahon 

Age 51 of Antioch, passed away on 
Monday, Dec. 8, 2003 at his home. He 
was born die son of die late William E. 
and Charlene (nee Edwards). 
• . He is survived by his brothers and 
sisters, Edward (Amy Hughes), Kathy 
Loomis, Theresa, Mary, Joseph, 
Camille (Dan) Eakins, Thomas 
(Lynda), Richard (Cindy), and Linda; & . 
his nieces and nephews, Meghan, 
Scott, Ryan, Daniel, Matthew, 
Elizabeth, Melissa and Sean; and 
stepchildren, Sami, Rami and Rati 
Aboud. ; 

Funeral Services were held at 9:30 
a.m., Dec. 11 from Ringa Funeral 
Home in Lake Villa, to Prince of Peace 
Church at 10 a.m. for the Funeral 
Mass. Private family interment was at 
St. Mary Cemetery in Evergreen Park. 
Visitation was held Dec. 10 from 4-8 
p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials 
would be appreciated to Blessed 
Trinity Community Food Pantry, 557 
Lake St., Antioch, IL 60002. 

Harold 'Harry' Sternberg 

Age 74 of Park City passed away 

Friday, Dec. 5, 2003 at home. 

Survivors include his sons, Robert, 

James, John and Thomas; a sister, 

nieces, nephews, great niece and great 

nephew. 

Funeral Service were held at 10 
a.m., Dec. 10, 2003 in the Kisselburg- 
Wauconda Funeral Home in ».- 
Wauconda. Interment was in Highland 
Memorial Park in Libertyville. 
Visitation was Dec. 9 from 3-8 p.m. at 
the funeral home. Memorials may be 
made to St. Jude Children's Research 
Hospital. 

Beatrice Marie Kiene 
(nee Meyer) 

Age 87 of Mundelein, died Nov. 30, 
2003 at Methodist Hospital in 
Sacramento, Calif. 

She is survived by her children, 
Lynn (George) Lindstrom, Diane (Fred) 
Krebs, Robert (Andrea) Kiene, Carol 
(Bill) Gutzmer, Bonnie (Ronald) 
Jagmin; five grandchildren and seven 
great grandchildren. She is preceded in 
death by her husband, Lloyd. 

Funeral Service was at 10 a.m. Dec. 
6 at the Kristan Funeral Home PC in 
Mundelein. Visitation was Dec. 5 from 
6-9 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of 
flowers memorials to the American 
Cancer Society, 100 Tri-State 
International 125, Lincolnshire, IL 
60069 would be appreciated. 



Edward D. Hutchinson 

Age 74 of Mundelein, passed away 
Saturday, Dec. 6, 200"3 at Condell 
Medical Center in Libertyville. 

Edward is survived by his loving 
children, Marjorie Tegtmeyer, Jennifer 
(Scott) Wright, Donald Hutchinson and 
David Hutchinson; his six grandchil- , 
dren and his companion, Charmaine 
Ericson. 

Memorial Service was held at 7 
p.m., Dec. 9 at Kristan Funeral Home 
PC in Mundelein. A Memorial gather- 
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honesty, understanding 

rbe^h & respect, nma 

CareOne 1-800-847-6192 
www.careonecredit.com 



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GOVERNMENT SURPLUS - 
Great deals on . surplus and 
confiscated items. Easy and 
convenient - right at your 
computer. Items change dally. 
Register. - Free. 

www.govdeaisiom or cali 
(800)613-0156. 



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OPEN YOUR OWN - 
Nail Spa Business 
Gel nails, manicure & pedi- 
cure equipment & supplies. 
Exc. quality & condition. Ev- 
erything you need. $5000. 
(847)612-3385. 



TARGET 10 MILLION 
HOMES WITH YOUR AD. 
Advertise your product or- 
service to approximately 10 
million households in North 
America's best suburbs by 
placing your classified ad in 
nearly 800 suburban newspa- 
pers just Hike this one. Only 
$895 (USD) for a 25-word ad. 
'.One phone call, one Invoice, 
one payment. Ad copy is sub- 
ject to publisher approval. Call 
the Suburban Classified Ad- 
vertising Network at (888)486- 
2466. 



S1000AVEEKLY POSSIBLE- 
MAILING 

BROCHURES>FROM Home! 
Easy! Free Supplies! Genuine 
Opportunity. (800)749-5782 
(24hours). 

$1400+ WEEKLY INCOME 
.Nationwide Company now 
hiring envelope stuffers. 

Written guarantee. Exciting - 
Cash Bonus. No Exp. Req'd 
E-Z and Flexible. Call Be- 
yond Mailing Services 
(866)702-9235. 

$1480 WEEKLY POSSIBLE! 
((Starting Next Week!! No Ex- 
perience Necessary. Mailing 
our brochures from home. 
FT/PT. Easyl FREE Info, gen- 
ulno opportunity. Call Now! 
(800)821 -5769 24 hours. 

$550 WEEKLY SALARY mail- 
ing our Sales Brochures from 
home. No experience neces- 
sary. FT/PT. Genuine oppor- 
tunity. Supplies provided, in- 
cluding customer mailing la- 
bels. Call (708)808-5182 (24 
hours). 

"MOVIE EXTRAS" $200- 
$600/DAY All Looks, Types & 
Ages. No experience re- 
quired. TV, Music videos, 
Film, Commercials. Work with 
the best. (800)260-3949 ext 
3244. 

DRIVERS/OWNER OP'S - 
Class-A(CDL) OTR OPPOR- 
TUNITIES FOR TEAMS 
AVAILABLE!! Husband and 
Wife Teams! Drop & Hook, 
No Touch Freight Great Pay 
& Home Timell Mln. 23 yrs. 1 
yr. OTR w/school (800)879- 
2486 X286. 

DATA ENTRY WORK from 
home Flexible Hours! Great 
Payl Computer required. 
(800)382-4282 ext #63. 



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ance settlement lottery or an- 
nuity payments? GET UR 
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MEANS CASH NOW FOR 
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MENTS. 



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Jobs available In over 150 ca- 
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Bonuses for certain careers 
'Up to $10,000 Student Loan 
Repayment 'Up to 100% tui- 
tion assistance 'High Tech 
Training High-School grads 
age 17-27 or prior service 
members from any branch, 

CALL 

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ANNOUNCEMENT: NOW 
HIRING For 2003/04 Post- 
al Jobs $15.20-S39.00/hr. 
Full Federal Benefits. Paid 
Training. No Experience re- 
quired. . Green Card OK Call 
(866)895-3696 ext 2400. 

ATTENTION TRUCK DRIV- 
ERS! $500.00 Hiring Bonus 
for Illinois Trainees! Get Pre- 
hired, Trained and CDL Li- 
censed in Only Two Weeks. 
Earn $850.00/week Plus Ben- 
efits! (800)803-2991. 

CDL-A DRIVERS: MINIMUM 
3 months Experience "Team 
Runs to -West Coast *Late 
Model Equipment 'Great Pay 
Miles & Benefits. Call Steve 
Mox Trucking. Ask for Marci 
(800)253-5148. 



DENTAL OFFICE 

Manus Dental-Fox Lake 

is looking for an exp'd 

. Front Office team 

member.Practice Works 

exp. a PLUSl Hrs. M-W 

7:30a-5:30p, alternate 

Thur 7:30a-2:30p, 

1 Satymo. 7:30a- 

12:30p. Great salary, 

benefits, arid MOREI 

Call Sheila Murphy at 

847-283-8700 

ext. 215 or Fax resume 

TO 847-604-6919 OR 

EMAIL TO: 

mdrphyjZPmanhs 
H E/W H.C OM 



Is This Job Offer Right For Me? 

. By Scott T. Fleiscbmann 

1 In if lis tight job market It may seem almost uti thin table lo discuss reject- 
ing a job offer. But in truth, there are some situations where the offer 
should be declined. Sometimes it is better to wait for the right job offer « 
than to accept a position that could have harmful long-term affects. Here 
are some of the Issues thai should be considered. 

I Management Style - We each respond better to management styles with 
which we are compatible. For example, many people are more com- 
fortable with a collegia! approach to management. In that style, infor- 
mation Is multidirectional, and management often asks for input before 
making decisions. Someone who Is more comfortable with an autocrat- 
ic style may not function well in that environment. - 
Other considerations include: will my manager expect me to work hide- 
pcndently or under direct supervision? How docs he or she handle sen- 
sitive Issues? What expectations will he or she hare regarding overtime, 
work schedule, productivity, etc.? 

Culture -Just as every manager has a style, each company has a per- 
sonality. Some companies require employees to work until all of the 
assigned work Is completed. Those demands often require extensive 
overtime. However, most of those companies compensate their employ- 
ee's well to allow for that possible inconvenience. All of die issues men- 
tioned above are also applicable lo the company. Any organization con 
be managed with a cavalier attitude or with intensity and tight controls. 
Job /SklUs Compatibility - We all liare skills that we do not use In our 
1 jobs. A person who has the skills to flip hamburgers may not accept 
such a job If he or she has the skills lo build beautiful cabinetry. 
However, that same person may take a job leaching someone who has 
never had a job how to make those burgers because of the desire to see 
others be productive. 

Pay and Benefits - People who are able to earn $100,000 per year are 
unlikely to accept a position for $50,000, unless they need a job In order 
to, support them selves and/or their family. Taking a step backward In 
compensation is occasionally a wise idea if there Is the possibility for tak- 
ing two steps forward In the near future. 'However, be aware dial those , 
promised steps forward may be phantoms. They may never occur, 
i While rejecting a Job offer may be the best step, there are other options. 
One Is to accept the job to sec if the known problems can be minimized 
and the benefits can be maximized. Until one works in a position for a 
reasonable time the extent of those benefits and problems are not com- 
pletely understood. 

One can also accept a position for the short term while looking for the ' 
i next long-term opportunity. Although this Is generally not a good strate- . 
' gy, those who need to earn a living may not haw any other option. 
Although most people In the current job shortage are accepting the first 
job offer received, llicrc are alternatives. For those who see red dags in 
a pending offer, It Is best to consider all of the alternatives before accept- 
ing an inappropriate offer. 



Scott T. Fk-bchnunn la a principal with Integrity Business Solutions Inc., ' 

a management consulting firm. They can be contacted through the 

r company web site at www.aboutliitcjjrity.nct. Information In this column 

Js opinion, and as such, should be used only as the reader deems suitable,/ 





Circulation Sales 
Coordinator 

Challenging part-time position with flexible 

1 hours and salary/commission compensation. vViii (\ 

^ contact news dealers throughout Lake County to 

• expand single copy sales for Lakeland Newspapers. 

Duties to Include vendor relations and sampling. Must 

have car. Gasoline allowance. Ideal project for retired 

person. Saturday morning hours a must 

For Information, Interview contact: 

Robert J. Schroeder 

Lakeland Media 

"You Hometown Newspapers" 

847-223-8161 

Grayslake, IL 





OOOHVRC CQNSTRUCTIONOOo 

OFFICE: HVAC Contractor seeks experienced 

person to answer phones, heavy typing, filing & 

other general office duties. Must have previous 

construction experience & knowledge of 

Microsoft Word & Excel. Send resume to: 

\ii Con, 12: l Lake St. 

Wuukeguji, II. 6005a 

or fax to 847-336-4949 



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Help Wanted 
Full-lime 



BRANCH MANAGER 

HVAC distributor 

is looking for 

self-motivated, 

disciplined individual 

with good customer 

service skills and at 

least 5 years of HVAC 

experience. 

Fax resume and salary 

requirments to: 

Chicago Furnace 

Supply at 

847-362-0451 






WAREHOUSE 



Experienced Stock and Warehouse individual 

with basic handyman skills needed to organize 

and expedite for a well established company. 

A great opportunity with benefits. 

Pay is based on experience. 

Contact Sarah at: 
847-266-1900 ext. 133 





following career opportunities, 
available: 



ff\ Telemarketing 
f\ Part-time position. 

Monday-Thursday: 
■ft 5:00-8:30 pm 

Saturday: 
y% 9:00 am-1 :00 pm 

Contests, Bonuses and Incentives! 

Base pay plus commission 



Call Jay after 5PM 

847-245-7500 



Sales Representative 
Hours: 4:30-8:30 pm 
f\ Sell classified advertising for 1 3 
different Lakeland newspapers. 
Hourly rate plus commission. 



Call Lisa lor interview 
847-223-8161 ext. 191 



Advertising 
Representative 
Full or Part Time 
Join our Display 
! Advertising Team. You'll 
consult with clients and 
help their businesses 
f\ grow by selling ads. 



Call Jill DePasquale 
@ 847-223-8161 ext. 509 



FT Staff Reporter/Copy Editor 
Journalism background required. 
Community reporting experience 
preferred. Candidate will edit copy • 
and produce local content. 
Candidates will be called to take 
editing test. No calls, please. 
Send resume with 5 published, 
diverse clips to address below; . 

FT Photographer 

Photojournalism experience required. 
Prior work in community journalism 
desired. No calls, please. 
Send resume with 10 published, 
diverse clips to address below: 



Managing Editor, Lakeland ^m 



nrnCTmTTtTKWiiKAVJmrm- 



Grayslake, IL 60030 



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MAKE A WISE 
INVESTMENT... 

and team up with a 

premier, established 

Northern Illinois credit 

union! We seek reliable 

and responsible 

individuals looking to join 

a progressive co. w/ a 

friendly env't. Our 

MUNDELEIN FACILITY 

seeks: 

• COLLECTOR 
Requires min. 5 yrs exp. 

• TELLERS FT 
.Requires prior exp 

• MEMBER SERVICES 
REPRESENTATIVE 

Please apply In person or 

FAX resume/letter of 

interest to: Consumers 

Cooperative Credit 

Union, 2750 Washington 

St., Waukegan., IL. 

Fax: 847-623-9542, 

Attn: HR Oept. EOEj 

Wrtiifc^iiii in.. >■■»,. i,— 



P CABLE T.V. 

Subcontractor HSD & 

Video installers needed 

for single family installs 

In Northern Illinois" 

suburbs. Immediate 

positions available for 

experienced Installers. 

Must have own tools 

and dependable late 

model truck or van with 

ladder rack. Top pay 

and great opportunities. 

Must be reliable. Call for 

an appointment: 

PirTano Construction 

Co., Inc. 

847-543-9567 



COMPANY EXPANDING IN 
your area $1380 WEEKLY at 
home FT/PT No experience 
Necessary! S50 Cash Hiring 
Bonus!! Guaranteed in Writ- 

■ ing!! Call now (888)225-891 7. 

DATA ENTRY COULD Earn 
S15.hr and up! Medical Billing. 
Training Provided. PC Re-- 7 * 
quired! Call 7 Days. (800)935- 
1311 ext 308. r 

Driver CONVENANT 

TRANSPORT. Teams and 
Solos check out our new pay . 
plan. Owner Operators, Expe- ■ 
rienced Drivers, Solos, Teams 
and Graduate Students. Call 
1-800-MORE-PAY (1-888- 
667-3729). 

Driver JOIN OUR FAMILY & 
SPEND TIME WITH YOURSII 
Regional Company Drivers! 
HOME WEEKENDS! GREAT 
PAY! Cedar Valley Transport: 
A Smaller, Friendlier Compa- c 
ny 2 Years Min. Experience ■" 
(888)791-9235. 

DRIVER. GET THE miles, 
hometime and respect you 
deserve. GSTC is hiring driv- 
ers in your area! 3 years over** 
the road experience required. 
(866)893-7402. 

DRIVER: $1500 SIGN-ON 
Bonus for FLATBED DRIV- 
ERS. Great Frejght/mlles. 
Must have CDL-A : 1 year 
OTR. Call (877)560-8829 or 
Apply online www.roberson- 
contraclors.com EOE. , 

DRIVER: OWNER OPERA- 
TOR teams and solos needed 
to run GM and FedEx freight. 
Paid Settlements. CDL-A with 
2 years experience. Tango 
Transport. (877) 826-4605. *' 
www.tangotransport.com. 

DRIVERS - COMPANY & 
Owner Operators West Coast 
Runs avail. 2 yrs. Exp. Plenty 
miles. Excellent pay & bene- 
fits. Call (800)323-3734* ext 5. ' 

DRIVERS - DEDICATED run 

■ Michigan I-94 Corridor to ' 
Northern IL, Flatbed Experi- 
ence Required. Great Bene- 
fits package. Call Tandem, 
Transport, Michigan City, IN 
(800)348*8532 ext 140 
www.tand.com. 



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NEWSPAPERS 




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Full-Time 



Help Wanted 
Full-Tune 




DRIVERS - ORIENTATION 
near you. Pay on delivery. 
Guaranteed home time. Dedi- 
cated available. Driving 
School Graduates & Owner 
Operators Welcome. USA 
Truck (800)237-4642. 

-#,. DRIVERS /CDL(A)- A NEW 

DRIVER PROGRAM! Flatbed 

& van drivers, 1 yr T/T exp. 

$50,000 Yearly Potentiall 

High Weekly Miles. SMX 

(800)247-8040 

www.smxc.com. 

Drivers: 
Regional Drivers Wanted 



Dedicated carrier Is seeking 

T/T drivers for our 

BURLINGTON, WI locallon. 

We offer 

• Assigned tractors 
Medical/Dental/LJ'e/401 k 

• Safety & Fuel Mileage 
Bonuses 
Uniforms 

Paid Vacation 

• Avg. $45-$50K/year 

CDL-A w/2yrs. T/T exp. 

req. + exc. driving record 

Calf toll free: 

1-877-439-7720 

Local calls: 262-767-0787 



DRIVERS: - YOU & Western 
Express = Sucess, Solid 
Miles, Reliable Home Time, 
Competitive Pay, Benefits 
Package. Easy Pass / 
PrePass, Class A-CDL, 22yrs 
old, good MVR. (800)255- 
5562. 

DRIVERS: CFI HAS NEW 
PAY PLAN!! 3-6 mos. exp. 
$.2B/cpm; 6-12 mos exp. 
$.30/cpm; 1yr+ $.32/cpm. Al- 
so, New Lease Purchase Plan 
w/$0 Down!!! (800)CFI- 
DRIVE, www.cfidrive.com. 




Business 
; Opportunities 



EASY WORK GREAT Pay 

Process mall from home for 
National Company. Payments 
In Advance guaranteed. For 
free Info Call (800)341-6573 
ext330. 



EASY WORK! . 
NO EXPERIENCE 
$500-$1,000 part-time at 
home stuffing envelopes. 
For free Information send 
self-addressed, 
stamped envelope 
R& J Enterprises 
Mailing Services, Inc 

P.O. Box 402 
Ingleside, III. 60041. 



$ 



DRIVERS: 1 YR OTR RE- 
QUIRED UP to .38CPM; Rid- 
er Program; 99% No touch 
Freight: HOME WEEKLY; 
Plus NO NYCI J & R Schugel 
(800)871-1822. 



DRIVERS: OTR DRIVERS: 
$1100 Average Weeklyl 
100% Conventional Fleet, 
Comprehensive Benelit Pack- 
age, Passenger ' Program, 
Some Regional Opportunities 
Available, For More Informa- 
tion, call Smith Transport, Inc. 
at (888)247-4037. 



EDUCATION: 

PRE- K teacher needed 

for outstanding early 

Childhood Education 

Center In Llbertyvllle. 

847-634-1982 



EXPERIENCED 

CARPENTER'S AND 

APPRENTICE NEEDED 

FULL TIME 5 days. 

CALL 

(847) 377-1908 



To Place An Ad With 



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Call (847) 223-81 61 or Fax (847) 223-2691 



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Receptionist needed answer and direct phone 

calls, administrative ditties. Must have the 

ability to mutti task, must be reliable, 

energetic, motivated and friendly. Start 

immediately. Excellent communication skills. 

8W-775-1808 ext. 108 

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* Top P;i)/Giwl Benefits ufaaidtiL 

* Guaranteed Houwhma ysLinx 

* Lease Purchase Avail laamaH 

'all Today! 800-395-3331 

Or Apply Online At www.maritti.coin 



^— •- ~»~ ' ■ J^ -*■ --■ i r- I 

Assistant Retail Manager 

Boot Corral Gurnee Mills 

Is western your style? Is customer service and sales 

your #1 priority? Boot Corral could be the place for 

youl Training to be successful! Selling Bonuses! 

Medical, Vision and Paid Prescription Insurance, 

401 K, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacations, Clothing 

Allowance, Employee Mechandlse Discounts, etc. 

Send resume. Attention Linda at: 

RCC Western Stores, Inc. 

PO Box 1139 

Rapid City, SD 57709 

or Email resume to: HndaQrccwestem.com 

or Fax 605-342-0743 




FREE TRAINING IN JUST 4 
WEEKSI Inexperienced Driv- 
ers Swift Transportation - 
needs driver trainees! Tuition 
paid training at a school close 
to you! Call Brandy (888)503- 
5151. 

GET PAID $25/ To SHOPI 
Pose as customers in local 
stores, restaurants & theaters. 
No exp. req. 

Searcti4Shopf»rs.com/]ob . 

GOVERNMENT JOBS EARN 
$12-848.00 an hour. Full Ben- 
efits, paid training on Home- 
land Security, Law Enforce- 
ment, Wildlife, Clerical, Ad- 
ministrative and More. 
(800)320-9353 Ext. 2200. 

HEARTLAND EXPRESS AN- 
NOUNCES a pay raise of 3 
cents for all drivers. Top com- 
pany pay raised from $.40 to 
$.43. Owner Operators pay 
raised from $.85 to $.881 Call . 
Nowl (800)441-4953. 

www.heartlandexpress.com. 

HIRING FOR 2003 POSTAL 
POSmONS. $14.80- 

$36.00+/Hr 'Federal Hire with 
Full Benefits *No Experience 
Necessary 'Paid Training and 
Vacations 'Green Card OK. 
Call (800)620-1 401 ext 4001 . 

HIRING FOR 2003 Postal 
Positions. $600- 

S1520AVEEKLY plus full 
federal benefits. Entry-Pro- 
fessional level. No experience 
necessary. Paid training/Va- 
cations. Green Card OK. 
(877)329-5268 ext 805. 

HOME WEEKENDS! OWN- 
ER/OPERATORS Needed to 
System. Competitive Weekly 
Settlements. Call MID SEVEN 
TRANSFORATION (800)247- 
7448. 

NO COMMUTE. LEARN. To 
Earn $2K-$5K/week from 
Home Trianlng Provided. Not 
MLM Serious? Call (600)789- 
3990. 

POSTAL JOBS "AN- 
NOUNCEMENT / Public 
#USPS2475" UP TO $29.16 
HOUR, APPLICATION/IN- 
FORMATION. FREE CALL. 
NOW HIRING 2003I FEDER- 
AL HIRE - FULL BENEFITS. 
(800)892-5144 ext 97. 



2-4 

YEARS. Looking 

. for 3 serious 

people to expand 

International FOOD 

SCIENCE CO. 

■ Earn $8k per 

month. Monthly 

bonuses awarded, 

. Call for 

appointment. 



'Retail ■ 

FOCUSED 

Focused and eager to 

maximize your potential? 

TCF Bank appreciates and 

rewards your qualities. We 

are now interviewing for the 

following positions at out 

Highland Park branch: 

Sales Associates 
Tellers 

You should have excellent 

communication, customer 

service, cash handling and 

sales experience. 

JOB FAIR 

Thursday, Dec. 18th 
Inside Jewel Osco 

1600 Deerfletd Road 
Highland Park, IL 

10:00 AM -3:00 PM 

If unable to attend, send 

your resume to us 

Fax: 630-986-4939; Email: 

dmckinni @ tcfbank.com 

TCF BANK 

Your Qualities, "' 
Your Success 



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Opportunities 



PRINT SHOP MANAGER 

Dalryland Greayhound Park, 

located In Kenosha, WI, Is the 

nation's premier greyhound 

racing facility. We are seeking an 

experienced professional to 

be responsible for all areas 

of our Print Shop. : 

The selected individual will be 

responsible for total oversight of 

the Print Shop operation. This 

will include, but Is not limited to, 

design, pre-press, sales, 

supervisory responsibility, 

quoting/invoicing, budget 

preparation, purchasing supplies, 

etc. This Is a key position 

reporting directly to the 

General Manager. 

This position requires a self- 
motivated individual with strong 

communication, management 

and detail skills. Successful 
candidates will have a minimum 

ol 5 years experience In the 
printing industry. 

For consideration, send resume 

with salary requirements via Fax 

(262)657-8199 email: 

(tduanum@dalrylandgp.com) 

or mail to: 

Dalryland Greyhound Park, 

5522 104th Ave. 
Kenosha, WI 53144. (EOE) 






flURSES 

rh's a Lpri's for 

Home health . 
F/T or P/T All shifts. 

Flex scheduling. 

Private Duty. 

Benefits for 30 hrs. 

nmERicnn 

HOIDE HEALTH 
1-800-872-4427 



RN.RN PENDING, LPN 

Busy pediatric office 

looking for nurse four 

days per week. Offices 

in Llbertyvllle and 

Lake Forest. General 

nursing duties include: 

Labs, injections, 

phone triage and 

patient education. 

Call Nita at: 

847-362-5707 

or fax resume to: 

847-362-4615 



225 



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Opportunities 



REAL ESTATE AGENT 

Roalnot Real Estate Services 
seeks experienced agent for 
the Lake County area. Earn 
80% commission (or more) 
Ideal situation for 
Part or Full-Time. 
Call Dick (847)702-8639 



SNOW PL0WER 

OWNER OPERATOR 

Northbrook/Doorfield 
Top'Pay/Paici Gas - 

Quick Payouts! 



Plowing 






A+ MARS/NESTLE VENDING 
route. Unique Machine, Great 
Opportunity! Prime Locations 
Available Nowl Excellent Prof- 
it Potential. Investment Re- 
quired $10K and under. Toll 
Free (24-7) (888)737-7133. 

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE. 
Do you earn up to 5800/day? 
Your .own local candy route. 
30 Machines and Candy. All 
for $9995. (800)998-VEND 
AIMB0213. 

ATTENTION LADIESII 

Have fun & make money, 

SURPRISE PARTIES 

Is Interested in talking with 

you to present 

Lotions, Lingerie & 

Fun-Love Stuff. 

Average Rep makes $65 an 

hour profit. 

(847)622-9839 



LOG HOME DEALERS 
WANTED. GREAT EARN- 
INGS POTENTIAL, EXCEL- 
LENT PROFITS PROTECT- 
ED TERRITORY. LIFETIME 
WARRANTY. AMERICAN 
MADE-HONEST VALUE. 
CALL DANIEL BOONE LOG 
HOMES. (800)443-4140. 

OWN 5-10 ATM machines in 
prime high traffic locations. 
Continuous residual Income. 
$10K minimum ubvestnebt re- 
qyured, (800)388-1785. 

WORK FROM HOME 

DOING FUN 

ASSEMBLING JOBStI 

| RUSH $5.00 AND A SELF . 

ADDRESSED STAMPED f 

ENVELOPE TO 

J.R.ORONAP.O.BOX 

128 FOR LAKE, IL 60020 



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Child Care 



328 


Firewood 



240 



Child Care 



••*•••••••• 
•Child Carc-EngUsh* 
Meadows Subdivision 

(Grayslake) Grade school 

teacher mom& daughter 

team will provide excellent 

quality care. F/T, P/T or as 

needed. Please leave msg. 

847-732-0576 

***••*••••* 



FOX LAKE MOM \l 

' Kindly caring foryours. 
1 FT Opening 2yrs & Up. 
(847)973-0602. 

GEORGIA RE'S 

LICENSED DAYCARE 
Fox River Shores Ruh. m Yl 
Island Lake, 
FT/PT openings. CPR/Flrst 
Aid Cert. Early Childhood Ed- 
ucation. Structured Activities. 
Fncd yd w7 play cntr. Non- 
Smoklng/Pet free environ- 
ment. 12 vrs exp. Exc. Refs 
avail. (847)487-0432. 

GRANDMOTHER/MOTHER 
Type; able to drive, 1 night a 
week & occasional other days 
to watch 4 & 6 yr old in my 
Antloch home. 

(262)878-5006. 

GRAYSLAKE CHILD CARE 

Former teacher in licensed 
home; has several Immediate 
i openings for ages 6wks & up. 
Meals, snacks & planned ac- 
tivities. (847)223-3248. 

GRAYSLAKE LICENSED 
HOME DAYCARE Full Time, 
ages 4 & older. First Aide & 
CPR Certified. Fenced yd., 
playroom, hot meals, snacks. 
(847)223-2817. 



IN HOME DAY CARE North 
Chicago location. Licensed 
child care provider, has sever- 
al openings full time, part 
time, before & after school, 
and evenings. Infants & tod- 
dlers. Please call Charm 
(847) 688-0847, accept YW- 
CA certificate. 

LICENSED CHILDCARE 

4/WKS. & up. Meals Included. 
YWCA accepted, CPR/Flrst 
Aide Certified. 1st., 2nd. & 
weekends. (847)623-5041. 

LICENSED DAYCARE 
INGLESIDE AREA 
Has FT openings. Sm. group 
structual learning. 6wks & up. 
6am-6pm. (847)973-8834. 



Looking for a 

BAI1Y61TTE1I. 

Fox Glen SubDivlslon 

(Round Lake Hts) 

Couple looking for a 

responsible High School 

student to occasionally 

watch the kids on Friday 

or Saturday. (2 kids 12yrs 

old & 20 months) 

Call in the evening 

847-740-0468 



NANNY 
PROFESSIONAL NANNY 
w/14yrs exp., Seeking FT & 
PT position w/family in search 
of the best in home care for 
their children. Exc. refs & de- 
pendable. Call Dawn: 
(847)587-7678. 



ROUND LAKE DAY CARE 

Has openings for 5 FT-ages 

1-5 yr old. Meals & healthy 

snacks & structured days 

w/planned activities. 

Ask for Debbie (847)740- 

1442. 



WAUCONDA LICENSED 

DAYCARE Mom has 1 FT 
opening 7:30am to 5pm. 
(847)526-5969. 



L&D 

Firewood 

2yr. seasoned 

mixed & 

hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 

STACKITFORYOU 

FREE!!! ^ 

Home (847) 223-1625, 

celt (847) 845-8027 

pager: 

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330 



Garage 
Rummage Sale 



250 



School/Instruclion 



ATTENTION PARENTS! Do 
you need some temporary 
care for your children? 'Be- 
fore & after school, fall & win- 
ter breaks, holiday shopping, 
nights & weekends, New 
Years* Notice preferred, last 
minute O.K. All snacks & 
meals provided. All ages O.K. 
(847)672-6022. 



MISSOURI WELDING INSTI- 
TUTE, INC. Nevada, Missou- 
ri. Become a Certified , Pipe 
and Structural Welder. Earn 
top pay in 18 weeks. Many 
companies seek our gradu- 
ates. (800)657-5885: 



AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 

BIG SALE, and there Is still 
things that just did not go... 
Call us at LAKELAND News 
papers and run it under the 
"FREE or Giveaways" classi- 
fied column. FREE ADS are 
NO CHARGE! (847) 

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Furniture 



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Appliances 



ALL UKE NEWI1 
White Sears Kenmore Lg ca- 
pacity W/D, $450. Serta per- 
fect sleeper, $100/best. Al- 
mond GE 5'x5" refrigerator 
w/ice, chilled water dispenser, 
$400. Almond GE heavy du- 
ty W/D, $300. 
Call Sharon (847)942-9196. 




RECONDITIONED 
APPLIANCE SALE 
ALL REBUILT & GUARAHTFFfV 
CLEAN AND LIKE NEW 
EXCELLENT PRICES. 
Ranges, freezers, washers & 
dryers, dishwashers. All guar- 
anteed. Delivery available. 

Wahl 

Appliance Center, 1209 

Court St. (off Rt. 120), 

McHenry. (815)878-6407, 

(815) 385-1872. 



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Bazaars/Crafts 




1402: Instructions for a Granny 

Square, Pineapple stitch, or 

Striped afghan to crochet 

Crochet 1/2 circle hearth rug or 

table runner. Also in full color is a 

see stitch or tumblin ribbon 
afghan to bit Clear instructions. 
5 afghons, table runner & rug. A 
great value. This pattern is $3.15 
plus $1,50 shipplng& handling. 

■IHI 

Make Checks Payabu To: 

Reader Mail, Dipt. 16101 

Box 520, Ludington, Ml 49431 

Print name, adress, zip, 

pattern number and sos. 

visa & mastercard 

numbtfitifinitiaxhlt. 



1 A+ BRAND NEW FULL 
MATTRESS SET.- .■■... 
Only $89. Can Deliver 
847-553-1423 

MOVING SALE ~~ 
2-Mahogany Desks w/slde 
panels $500/ea . set, Great 
cond. 

1-Tan Couch $150. ' 
1 -Love Seat $75. 
Antique Dresser $75, 
Gateleg Tble $175. 
Antique Crown Stove $100. 
Antique 1931 Fridge runs 
$100. 

Antique Singer Sewing 
Machine $100. 
Antique Cel lo-Circa 1 1 800's 
$10,000/best. 
And Much Morel 
Call Dave: (847)815-9061. 

DO YOU NEED TO 
SELL AN INEXPEN- 
SIVE ITEM FOR 
$100 OR LESS? 
GET YOUR AD IN THE 
11 "LAKELAND" HOME . 
TOWN PAPERS, THE 
GREAT LAKES 
BULLETIN 
& 
THE MARKET JOURNAL 
FOR ONLY $6 PER WEEK 
• BY CALLING 
(847)223-8161 
ASK FOR LISA. 
EXT. 191 

■ Mission Style Queen 

Size Bed For Sale 

Cherry Color Wood. 

2 years old 

$400 obo 

■ Queen Size Down 

Matress pad, 6 mo old 

$100 

■ Cherry color wine rack 

cabinet 

$90. 

Please call: 

847-970-7511 



BERNHARDT GRAND 
SAVANNAH Furniture for 
sale. Plush studded burgandy 
Leather couch, sofa & 
windged back chalr-drk wood 
trim w/burgandy/gold colored 
fabric, sofa tble w/4 drawers & 
shelves-drk wood', Lg coffee 
tble w/3 drawers-drk wood, 
curio/hutch in drk wood, lg 
decorative hallmlrror-drk 

wood w/rod Iron Inlay, oak 
computer desk w/hutch. 

Call: (847)217-7023 




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Building Materials 



LUMBER FOR SALE 
{aOO^xe'S-U', (200)2x8'8- 
12751.00 a piece. 
Misc. 2x6's, 2x4*8 & 4x6"s. 
Also Railroad Ties. Make of- 
fer. (647)417-3160. 



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GIANT BLOWOUT 
FURNITURE SALE 

•4-PIECE LEATHER GROUP 

S900/SET. 
. *3-plece. 100% Italian 

* Leather pillow top 
sofa/loveseat arid chair, 

m$1,095/set. 
'Deluxe 5-piece bedroom set,-. 

$290. 

*3-piece designer sofa, 

loveseat and chair, w/end 

tables, and cocktail table.-' 

Retail $1,295, 

On sale this weekend 

$795. 

•Italian lacquer bedroom set, 

... , $790." 

• Italian mahogany bedroom 

set $790. 

*Oak bedroom set 

$390. 

. *2-plece i Italian Leather sofa 

and loveseat, $590/set.. 

MATTRESS SET SALE 

*Twln mattress set, $75 

'Queen matress set, $90 

•Double pillow top mattress . 

set, deluxe $140. 

* King size mattress set, 

deluxe, $225. 

'Orthopedic queen mattress 

set, $190. 

*7*plece cherry diningroom 

set, $390. :•; 
•Benchcraft Italian leather 
sectional, with 2-recliners and 

sleeper, $1,895. 
•Italian leather sofa sleeper, 

$695. 
•Italian Leather sectional, 

$1,295. 
'Ashley Leather Sectional 
w/2 recllners and sleeper, 

$1,795. 
•Italian Imported 10 piece 
mahogany diningroom set, 
Includes 6-chairs, table and ' 

•crystal cut china "'''•'• " -' :i 
was $4,500, now $1,595. 
•Maple finish diningrm set, 

$690. ; 

•Five piece diningrm set 

$190. 

FACTORY CLOSE OUTS: 

"Queen 4-pieca complete 

bedding set, Includes frame 

& headboard, $250. 

'Butcher block diningroom set 

$100. 

•Black metal futon with 

mattress, $100. 

'3-piece cocktail table set, 

$79.95 
•Imported rugs, art, statues, 

and much more. 
IPS WORTH YOUR DRIVE 
TO COME IN AND 
COMPARE PRICES!! 
Celebrating our 
50th. Year. 
Hope to see you soon. 
WHOLESALE TO YOU 
BEST PRICES 
SHELDON CORD 
PRODUCTS 
2201 W. Devon, Chicago. 
We carry Thousands of new 
name brand furniture, ilems, 
at super low prices. 
Come In and check 
our prices. 
(773) 973-7070. 
OPEN 7 DAYS 
MON-FRl 9:30am-7:00pm 
SATURDAY 9:30am-6pm 
SUNDAY 11 arrwtpm 



A NEW CHERRY SLEIGH 
BED 

•;■■ Pillow Top Mattress set. 
New, can separate. Retail 
$1400 will let go for $600. 
. 847-322-1027 



AAAA-Queen double 
pillow top $139 

Brand New w/warranty 



Can deliver. 847-322-1027 



*••••• ******** 

All New King Mattress Set, 

Pillow. Top, $240. 

847-322-1027 

************** 



L&D 

Firewood 

2yr. Seasoned 

Mixed & 

Hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 
STACK IT FOR YOU 

■ FREEH! 

Home (847) 223-1625, 

cell (847) 845-8027 

pager: 

(847) 369-0055 



ALL NEW QUEEN 

MATTRESS SET 

w/warranty, $95. 

(847)322-1027. 



ATTENTION! 
FULL MATTRESS SET. 
' Brand New, never used. 

■■*:•'• S9o. 

(847)322-1027. 

WBtcAIATlTUL** 

SOLID OAK DINING 
ROOM SET > 

Rectangular, 6 chairs, plus 1 
' leaf, hutch/china cabinet. 
$1300 or best offer. 
847-234-9547 



BRAND NEW COUCH 

WITH A BEAUTIFUL 

MAUVE & LIGHT 

PURPLE FLORAL 

PATTERN. 

$450 OBO 

CALL 847-970-7511 



BUNK BEDS. MUST Sell! 
Oak, exc. cond., incld's mat- 
tresses. Asking $300. 
(847)855-1012. 



1 affordable new 

Queen Double 

Pillow Top Mattress 

Set. Just #139. 

Can Deliver 

Call: 847-553-1423 



1-3 PIECE KING 
MATTOESSSET 

Brand new $239 with 

manufacturers warranty. 

Can deliver 

847-5S3-»4*3 

6PC Bedroom Set, 

Brand new solid wood - 
w/honey finish! Retail 
$2500*must sell*$599. . 

Can Deliver. 

847-553-1423 



■Table w/4 chairs and 
matching china cabinet 
with glass doors. The 
wood color Is blonde. 
S600o.b.o. 

■ CladdaghRlng-S100 

■ Anniversary Rlng-$150 

Call 847-970-7511 



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Lawn/Garden 



QUEEN MATTRESS 
SET 

New 2pc, $95 w/wafranty. 

Can Dflllvnr. 

(847)553-1423. 



(3)CRAFTSMAN RIDING 

LAWN Mowers. 36" cut w/new 

12hp Engine $550. 

42" cut 13.5hp $300. 

42" cut IGhp twin cyl. Engine 

$300. 

(847)212-9039 anytime 
(847)740-2415 aft 5pm. 



FINE FURNITURE, $1,000 
and up. Antiques. Old and 
new. By appointment only 
(815)344-9093. 

KENMORE WASHER & DRY- 
ER, $60/best; pine table with 
built-in leaf, $50; set of 4 
rounded back chairs, $40. 
Call (847) 566-0957. Tele- 
marketers do not call. 

MATCHING OFF-WHITE 

LEATHER COUCH & 

LOVE SEAT. Great 

condition. Both come . 

with built In recllners. 

$500o/b/o 

847-526-9026 

MOVING SALE 6 piece Ethan 
Allen .bd. set, 6 piece ranch 
oak bd. set, Drexel dining- 
room set. Located in Antloch. 
(847)548-6273. 

MOVING SALE OUTSIDE 
swing, $50; treadmill, $75; 
washer/dryer, SlOO/both; old 
kitchen cabinet, $75. 
(847)445-9644. 

Round drop leaf kitchen tble, 
4 chairs, wht/natural $185. 
Matching Kitchen island $80; 
Sofa steeper, beige tweed 
$200. (847)246-3258. 

SECRETARY "~~ DESK 
W/LIGHTED glass/wood 
hutch, exc. cond., $400. . 
(847)395-8326. 



DO YOU NEED TO SELL 

THAT INEXPENSIVE ITEM 

FOR $100 OR LESS. 

GETYOURADINTHE 

11 HOME TOWN PAPERS 

THE 

GREAT LAKES 

BULLETIN 

& 

THE MARKET JOURNAL 

FOR ONLY $5 PER WEEK 

BY CALLING 

(847)223-8161 

EXT 191 
ASK FOR LISA. 



• + Super Single** 



. Waterbed! 
♦Ute newllt 
♦ Semi-motionless! 
♦ Used very little! 

Ask for Rich or Linda 
847-336-1538 



•••••• FOR SALE ••••• 

• professional,:. ". 7m 
gymnastics mushroom 

• springboard 

call for details 

847-336-1538 



FOR SALE 

The Look & 

Quality of New... 

The Price of Used! 

72" Dining Room Set 

with 6 HM Backed 

Black Cloth Chairs. 

Must See! Best offer. 

Call for Appt. 

847-587-7854 



Super Sing le 

Waterbed! ■ • 

•Full Motion 
•6 Drawers 

Ask (or Rich or Unda 
847-336-1538 



HUGE BLOW-OUT SALE!!! 
EVERYTHING IN PERFECT 
CONDITION!!! 
"98 Gateway Computer 
w/Pentium 2 & Windows '98. 
New: $1200, Sell: $250/best. 
All acces. incld'd. 
'2000, 52" Snowboard, 
$400, new; Sett for $80/best 
(some damage but great 
- board to learn on). 
•TOSHIBA BIG SCREEN TV- 
New in 2000-S 1300, Sell for 

$650. Looks Brand New. 

'2-new VCR's-$25/ea-BEST. 

(224)627-5652. 



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Medical Equip 
Supplies 



350 



Miscellaneous 



350 


Miscellaneous 



350 


Miscellaneous 



lots of STUFF 

4.WJI1!!! 

•#**•**&*** 
■Sears Craftsman Heavy 

OutySaw-$ioo. 
■Amana microwave'- $30; 
■Animal cage 

28**Lk14"W-$20; 
■Animal case 

36"LXUrW-$30 
■Daewood 13" TV -$50; 
■Sears electric fishing 

motor- $60; 
■Whirlpool stove 30" 

white w/black door $100 
■Playstation 
w/conf roller $60; 
■f2J Mitsubishi cell 

phones & car charger 
$40. 

Or Best Offers. 

(847)263-1646. 



FREE 3-ROOM DIRECTV 
SYSTEM INCLUDING IN- 
STALLATION! .' FREE 3 
MONTHS HBO(7 movie chan- 
nels) w/subscription. ccess 
225+TV Channels. Digital 
quality picture/sound. Limited 
offer. Details (800)963-2904. 

SAVE ON CANADIAN Meds 
Save 40-80% On Your Pre- 
scriptions! #1 For Price And 
Service Fast Delivery - Easy 
Ordering Call Today 
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Miscellaneous 1" to 4" 

brass ball valves. Western 

plow blade. Miscellaneous 

sizes brass braided flexible 

electrical lines. 1993 Ford 

Mustang 3.73 ring & pinion for 

8.8 rear-end. (1) new Jensen 

Switch Gear Box{7'x4'x2'), 

antique pedestal bathtub. 

(815)206-5651. 

SAWMILL $3895. NEW SU- 
RER LUMBERMATE 2000. 
Larger capacities, options. 
ATV accessories, edgers, 
skidders. www.norwoodindus- 
tries.com. Norwood Indus- 
tries, 252 Sonwi! Drive, Buffa- 
lo, NY 14425. Free Informa- 
tion (800)578-1 363. ext 300-N. 

HOT TUB BUYERS, MANU- 
FACTURER CLOSING OUT 
2003 MODELS, BUY DIRECT 
- SAVE $1500 - $2000. FREE 
• DELIVERY, FOR FREE VID- 
EO" - PRICE LIST CALL: 
(800)869-0406. GOODLIFES- 
PA.COM." 

NEED DENTURES? 

New dentures available In just 

' one day for $650/set, 

8350/single plate. 

Other dental services 

available. . 
■ Call Dr. Richard Lin ' 
(847)872-3041. 

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FREE 
DVD PLAYER while supplies 
last w/purchase of Wolff Tan- 
ning Bed. Payments From 
$25/month FREE Color Cata- 
log (800)711-0158 
www.np.etstan.com. 

MODEL SHIPS...ALL LARGE 
. SIZE, Tugboats, schooner, 
fishing trawler, sail boats, an- 
tique Spanish galleons. FOR 
SALE PRICES $60-$500. 
(262)249-9695. 

BEAUTIFUL HANDCRAFTED 
DOLL House. Furniture 
incld'd. Must see to appreci- 
ate! Best offer. 

(847)526-3713. 

DIETPILLSA/IAGRAI ORDER 
PHENTERMINE, Dldrx, Adl- 
pex, Levitra, Ambien, Soma, 
Floiicet, Tramadol. No Doctor 
Visit. (800)304 : 1534. US Doc- 
tors/Pharmacies. Overnight 
Shipping. Open Weekends. 
Order Online: 

www.MDmeds.com 
<http://www.MDmBds.rtom>. 



HERMAN MILLER MODU- 
LAR partitions, approx. 20 
various sizes, gray, 
5750/best. 

(847)223-0729. 



DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTION 
DRUGS Phentermlne, Soma, 
Tramadol, Ambien, Viagra. 
No Doctor's fees or appoint- 
ments! Free FedEx next-day 
delivery! Licensed US Phar- 
macy. 

www.ABCDrugmart.com 
<http://www.ABCDnjqmart.cQ 
m> or (800)721-0651. 



358 



Musical 
Instruments 



GUITAR AMP., FENDER 
Rocpro .1000, 100 wats, half 
stack w/4x12 cabinet, like 
new. $600. (847)395-5594. 




ADORABLE MUST SEE! 
CAVAUER King Charles 
Spaniel Pups. Stocking 
Stuffersl. Home raised. 
AKC, DH Line. Vet Checked. 
1st shots. 2-!eft. (262)697- 
9896. 

ADORABLE PETS. 
AT BEST PETS, LTD. 

Adorable... 
Mini. PIncher, Dauschaund, 
• American Eskimo, Italian 
Greyhound, Poodle, Shl-tzu, 
Toy Fox Terrier, Chluahuah, 
Pekinese, Golden Retriever. 
And medium mixed breeds. 

KITTENS. 

Birds, saltwater fish. All our 

puppies Vet checked, health 

guaranteed. 

Specialized boarding. 

Grooming available. 

(847)838-BEST. 

M-F 9am-7pm. 

Sat. 9am-6pm. 

Closed Sunday. 



SIX MONTH OLD MALE Cali- 
co - Dutch Lop rabbit. Very 
friendly, very affectionate. Al- 
so Includes large cage, food 
dish and water bottle, litter 
pan and litter, full bale of bed- 
ding, three-quarters bag of al- 
falfa pellets. $150/best. 
Please call (847) 573-0303, 
leave message. 



AKC PUPS 

Basset, Beagle, Border Collie, 

Cocker Spaniel, Chow, 

Collies, Dachshund, Huskies, 

Keeshond, Lab, Lhasa Apso, 

Pom, Shipperke, Schnauzer, 

Springer Spaniel, 

Weimaraner. 

Terriers: Australian, Calm, 

Rat, Scottie, Weslle, Yorkie. 

Fox: Smooth, Wire, Toy. 

•Highlander Cattle. - 

Gerald Schulz 

(920)526-3512 

Plymouth Wi. 

ALL NEW HAPPY JACK 
ProDog(R) & ProPup(R) de- 
wormen Chewable, flavored. 
Convenient, economical. Gets 
all 4 major worms. For pups & 
large dogs. At Famrm & 
Feedstores. 

AQUARIUM 150 GALLON, 
tall. Tank, stand, tops & filter, 
$450. (847) 740-0456. 

'BRITTANY AKC DUAL quality 
pup, ' orange/liver, $500. 
(262)968-5537. 

DACHSHUND PUPPIES AKC 
Reg., minis; Champion Blood- 
line, great w/chlldren, $500. 
(847)452-8897. 

FREE FISH FOR' Christmas 
with aquarium kits; 20gal $69; 
55 $148; 75 $224; 125 $426; 
210 $8271 Aquatic World 
(262)567-7339. 

MINI DACHSHUND PUPS 
AKC, some rare dapples, 
males & females, ready nowj 
S350-S450. Also, Rottweiler 
pups, AKC, kid tested, moth- 
er approved. Shots & 
wormed. $300 cash. 
(262)743-2224. 

READY FOR CHRISTMAS. 

Rare breed, 2 male Rat Terri- 
er puppies, under 10lbs. when 
mature. Dewclaws removed, • 
tails docked, Reg., crate 
trained. Absolutely adorable, 
w/grt. coloring & disposition. 
$350/ea. Will E-mail pictures. 
(815)675-2031. 



FOR SALE CRAFTSMAN 10" 
drill press,. 1/2hp, $65. Jet 10" 
table saw with dust collector, 
4yrs. old, $700. Delta 12" 
portable planer, $150. Delta 
table top router, best offer. 
Ramset piston type fastening 
tool, best offer. Makita 
255mm miter saw, $100. 
(847) 973-2571, after 5:30pm; 

RYOBI BT3000 PRECISION 
tble saw. Many extras! Needs 
a good tune up. Used but 
never abused. 5250. 
Older ShopSmlth. Most of 
the bells & whistles. Still in 
.exc cond., $175. Both need 
a good home. 

Take both for $375. CASH 
ONLY, NO CHECKS! 
(847)587-0953. 



370 



Wanted To Buy 



A BUYER OF ITEMS before 
1950, wood furniture & misc. 
One item or whole estate. 
Good condition or restorable. 
(847) 356-6261. 

Slot Machines WANTED- 
ANY CONDITION- or 
Parts. Also JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nickelo- 
deon and Coke Machines. 
Paying CASH! Call 
(630)985-2742. 



"WANTED* 
GIRLS FIGURE 

SKATES 

PREFER RIEDELL 

BUT OTHER BRAND 

WILL DO. SZ: 1 1/2- 

2. 

CALL". 

(847)973-1585 

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Restaurant 
Equipment 



RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 
Taylor shake machine, 2 fla- 
vors (1) 2'x3' gas griddle. (1) 
Blodgett electric convection 
oven. (1) 2 hole .stainless 
steel sink and (1) 3 hole stain- 
less steel sink. 6' single door 
True refrigerator or freezer. 
(815)206-5651; 



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Tax Repos & 

ForeclosureslLow or SO 
Down. No Credit OK. For List- 
ings (800)501-1777 ext 8308. 

A-1 OPPORTUNITY 
I BUY HOUSES 

Any Price, any condition, 

any problems. 

FREE 24hr. recorded mess. - 

(800) 899-9240 or : 

Call Frank direct 

(847) 254-5759. 

ADULT COMMUNITY 
JOHNSBURGAREA 
WATERFRONT 

New 1 & 2 bdr manufactured 

homes, w/1ba, sun deck, boat 

dock avail. $49,000. 

(847)644-4503. 

ANTIOCH 
NEW CONSTRUCTION 

New 4bd/2ba, cathedral ceil- 
ings, FP In FR, C/A, Whfrpool. 
tub,5*x12'deckolfDR/Kitch- 
en, 2car alt. gar., 2,204sq.ft. 
Sits on 90'x 151 'lot. 
asking $239,900. 
(847)356-1054. 

ANTIOCH NEW HOME 
CONSTR. SMT Bldg. Sys- 
tems (847) 370-8922. 
2750sq.ft., 4-bd., greatroom, 
Ig. master ste., close proximi- 
ty to train/downtown. 



AVOID FORECLOSURE 

NO Equity; NO Problem. 

Call: (847)543-6782. 



This adorable twelve week old pup has a "rich" background, 
when it comes to breeds! Dad's Is a well kept secret by the 
puppy's Mom, who Is a Bassett mix. The result is floppy 
ears, fluffy coat and an absolutely people oriented 
personality! 

ADO A LITTLE LOVE TO YOUR UFE..ADOPT A PET! 

The Asslsl Antmal Foundation, needs and welcomes volunteers 

who can spare Just an hour or two any morning of the week, to 

help our loving waifs stay healthy, happy, to answer phones, or to 

lend your special skills or talent to the Asslsl Animal Foundation, 

the organization that built McHenry County's first non-kill shelter. 

(815) 455-9411 



BEACH PARK-FSBO 

2BD/1BA, Ig fenced yd, 2.5 

car gar., fnshd bsmnt. 
$155,000. (847)336-8586. 

BETTER THAN NEW 

Mundolcln Cape Cod 

Walk to schools, churches, 

train, 4bd/2ba, full bsmt, FP, 

hrdwd lloors, 2 car gar., larger 

tot. $255,900. 

(224)558-6057. 

BRICK RANCH-2.5 CAR, 
gar., huge rms, FP, fnshd" 
bsmnt, NEW Thermo-Pano 
Windows. $132,000. 
Karen Ball (847)249-1880. 



FOR SALE BY OWNER 3- 
bd., 1-1/2 ba.,wood floors, 
bright & open. Move-In cond., 
.$131,900.(8471244^657. 



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SERIOUS INVESTOR 

LOOKING FOR HOUSES 

TOBUYICASHII 

Any situation or condition. 

Can close quickly. 

No Equity. 

No Problem. 

(847)612-6393 

Bob or Jennifer. 



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FAST CASH FOR 
YOUR PROPERTY. 

We buy even if you 

have no equity. No 

Brokers. No Banks. 

No BiS. Others 

promlse-We buy. 

Call: Alex 
(708) 886-0065, 
(847)226-3104. 

In Foreclosure 
No Probleml 



FOX LAKE TRI-LEVEL 

3bd/2ba. Beautifully 
landscapped backvd w/Sm 



Pond & 6' privacy fence, 

1 .5 car gar. Move In cond. 

$179,000. 

(847)587-0942. 



FSBO-HORSE PROPERTY 

ON 12 acres, next to Bong 

Recreation, 13mi. of horse 

trails, 4bd/2.5ba raised ranch 

. w/barn, minutes from I-94. 

$339,000. 

(262)878-9195. 



FULL PRICE 

I will Pav Market Value fnr 

your home; if you Sell to 

us on Flexible Terms. 

Call Frank 

(847)325-5015. 



GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 

PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 

INVESTORS 

Johnsburg Schools. 

Lg. 3-bd, w/ den, raised 

ranch home, attached gar., 

frpl., S1 87,900. Payments at 

7.5% at only $1,500/mo PITI 

or rent with option to buy. 

Owner will finance, no 

qualifying, 5-10% down. 

Move right Inl 

1621 Indian Ridge, 

Mc Henry. 

Other homes that are 

available: 

Antloch 

Immaculate 3-bd., 3 car gar., 

$168,500. $1,295/mo. 

Salem, Wise. . 

Very clean home, 2-bd., 

$89,900. Rent w/option to 

buy. $799/mo. or Owner 

Financing Available 

Scott Ginsberg 

(847)293-2000. 






RE/MAX GRAND 
WE KNOW YOUR 
NEIGHBORHOOD 

847-587-8200 

Fox Lake/lngleslde 

847-356-8212 

Lake Vllla/LIndenhurst 

847-395-8222 Antloch 

847-740-8201 

Round Lake 

815-344-8293 

McHenry/Pistakee 

Highlands 

BUYING OR 

SELLING 

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FOR SALE BY OWNER New 
custom built luxury home 
overlooking Fox Lake, with in- 
law arrangement. Ins. ap- 
praised @ $525,000. (630) 
514-0930. 



GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 
PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 
INVESTORS 
Own your own home 
with a small down 
payment. We offer land 
contract, agreements , 
and lease purchase 
agreements with rent 
credits. You will need 
5%-10% down payment of 
the purchase price.. No 
bank qualifying. We will 
carry the financing , for 

1-7 yrs. All credit 

considered. We help 

people who cannot 

-. qualify for a mortgage, 

but have the 5%-10% 

down payment. Or use 

your own financing. 6 - 

Down payment w/ Good , 

Credit. We always have 

several 2-3&4 bds. 

homes, w/2-ba., & 2-car 

gar., in the Chain O'Lakes 

areas, and Lake & 

McHenry Counties. 

Glnsburg Home Builders 

and Land Development, 

also has Half acre lots, 

Homes at 199,000 built to 

suit. Also, if you are 

behind In your mortgage 

payments, or need to sell 

your home but can't get 

out your equity; 

We buy houses. 

* Lease w/optlon to 

purchase 

'Contract for Deed 

*Dlrect Purchase 

'Land Contracts 

* Rentals 

Call Scott Ginsberg 

(847)293-2000 Today. 

WE ARE HERE TO 

HE LP. 

GOV't 
FORECLOSURE 

Antioch 2bd 84K 
Round Lake 3bd 11 3K 
Lake Villa 3bd 166K 
Waukegan 3bd 98 K 
North Chicago 4bd 66K 
Zion3bd11BK 
And Many More 
Homes & Areas 
NCL Realty (847)401-3700. 

GRAYSLAKE/ENGLISH 
MEADOWS. 3bd/2.5ba., new 
carpet, freshly painted, on 
slab.' Must sell nowl 
$199,000/best. Bring all of- 
fers. (847)363-1612. 

GURNEE 3-BD., 1-BA., ev- 
erythlng new, taxes under 
$2,000, Dist. 56 Schools. 
Musi see. $207,000. 
(847)599-9910, (847) 533- 
9910. 



GURNEE RAISED RANCH 
3bd/2ba, new carpet upper II., 
2,376 sq.lt., 2-car gar., lg lot 
w/lg 43x12 Deck, country set- 
ting, near school, $249,500. . 
Call for more details 
Serious Inquiries onlyl 
(847)244-6181. 



O hainksvilm: O 

Misty Hill Subdivision 
I.S.1LO. 

3BR Ranch, 2BA, 1,700 + 
sq ft, open floor plan, huge 
great room w/vaulted ceil- 
ings, skylights & fireplace. 

Partial custom finished 
bsmt, 4 yrs new, C/A, plen- 
ty of storage + workshop. 
2-1/2 car gar, stamped 
patio, prof, landscaped 
yard, desirable grayslake 
schools. $264,000 
847-543-1716 or 
O 847-528-1001 O 




foreclosure or 

double payments. Til Buy or 

lease your home in 7 days or 

less. Call 866-716-3643 for 24 

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LAKE GENEVA, WISC. 

First Month Free Rent 

Rent with option to buy. 

, No money down. . 

4-bd„ 2-ba., stone raised 

ranch, w/wetbar, 

family room, llvin groom, 

kit., dlningroom. Deck, 

2-car gar. 

(262)215-1808. , 



LAKE VILLA 3,250+SQ.FT. 
LAKE ACCESS 1 block to 
beach and boat slip, just 
across a deck to your pool, 
secluded yd. w/mature pines. 
4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., spacious 
home. Dream kitchen with 
separate eating area, opens 
to large family ^wlth brick fire- 
place, 2 story, 'grand foyer, 
den with f ranch glass doors, 
first floor laundry, livlngroom 
with fireplace opens to dinlng- 
.room, master suite with fire- 
place & vaulted celling, mas- 
ter bath with whirlpool tub, 
separate shower & large 
walk-in closet, 1,800sq.ft. fin. 
bsmt, 3-car gar." Lots more to 
see online at: 

http^/home.att.net/-pfhome 
$375,000.(847)356-6421. 

LAKE VILLA UPDATED 3-bd. 
ranch, updated kit., Ig. family- 
room addition, deck, new 
appls. New: high efficiency 
furnace/AC, carpet, well, sep- 
tic, < full landscaping, much 
more. $160K. (847)740-1949. 

LAKE VILLA: 
2219 N. MAfiTFRfi I N 

4-BD;, 2.1 ba., almost 

2,000sq,tt. home, lg. FR, 

bsmt., FR, lg. closets & more. 

Nice size yd. w/beautiful 

screened in porch, oak firs. In 

kit. & entry. Lake Villa 

Grade/Grayslake High 

Schools. $239,900. 

(847)548-5233. 

LEASE W/OPTION TO Buy. 
3bdr/1ba, 2 'car gar., Irg yd, 
owner financing, 

(847)838-4109. 



PROBLEM SOLVING 

HOME PURCHASES. 

ANY PRICE OR AREA. 

24HR. TOLL-FREE 
RECORDED MESSAGE. 

1-866-617-2842. 



INGLESIDEHOME 

4BD/2.5BA, LR, FR, DR, 

bsmnt, FP, 3.5 car garage, 

' volleyball court, swimming 

pool, lake rights deadend. 

street. Just reduced 

$224,900/best 

Dee-<847)254-2016 

(847)587-4589. 

INGLESIDE-BE4LT/FM. 
BRICK & Cedar Ranch, 
■ 1/3ac, 2lots, adjacent to 
Grant Forest Preserve. 
1400sq.ft., 3bd/2ba, hrdwd 
LR, overszd Heated & Insulat- 
ed 2.5+ gar. $165,500. 
(847)587-7405. 

LAKE FOREST HOME For 

Sale-3bd/1 .5ba, 1 car gar, 1.5 

acres of land, $600,000 on : 

1345 Telegraph Rd 

Lake Forest, II 60045 

. (847)571-3914. 

LAKE.FOREST HOME For 

Sale-3bd/1,5ba, 1 car gar, 1.5 

acres of land, $600,000 on : 

1345 Telegraph Rd 

Lake Forest, II 60045 

(847)571-3914. 



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Off the Beaten Path® by Eric Hodecker 



LIBERTYVILLE BEAUTIFUL 
. 4,600SQ.FT., 2 story w/huge 
four season room, LA spa 
hottub, 4-bd. t 3-car gar., 3.5 
ba., 2-frpls.,. including 2-way 
frpl. in master bdr., full bsmt., 
w/rough In plumbing. A large 
. lot in Lancaster Sub. Custom 
gourmet kit. and high quality 
floor upgrade. Also fully fur- 
nished with Bernhardt furni- 
ture avail, for' sale. Call Dan 
.1-800-875-6590, ext; 526. 



REDUCED TO $219,000! 

LAKE VILLA CAPE COD 

walk-out bsmt., 4-bd. w/5th in 

bsmt., 2-1/2 ba., new fixtures, 

all new appls., new flooring: 

carpet, Pergo, marble, 

OPEN HOUSE 

■ Sun, 11am-3pm, 

36560 Elizabeth. 

(847) 420-5372. 



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Are you sure there's enough room? 



LINDENHURST 

IMMACULATE 4BD/2BA, 

QuadLvl. FamRm w/FP 

& Granite Dry Bar, 2.5 car 

htd gar., 2 tier deck 

w/Frnch drs from Mstr 

BDR ovlkng Lg Indscpd 

yd. w/Ralnbow Playset 

area. Newer roof & C/A, 

new windows throughout. 

Goregous, must see I 

$229,900- 

Contact Frank Lund 

RE/Max Grand 

(847)309-2100. 



NEW COMPANY IN 

Illinois 

Will buy or lease your 

home. 

All cash or lease w/the 

option to purchase. All 

price ranges, any. ' 

condition. 

No equity, Behind on 

payments, No problem. 

1-(800)908-5870 Ext 2 

24-Hour recorded 

message.' 



PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WISC. 
Beautiful home bit. in 1996. 2- 
story, 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba., fin. 
heated gar., big deck w/hot 
tub, unfin. bsmt., well main- 
tained, quiet neighborhood, 
grt. school, dist, 1,700sq.ft„ 
$232,000. (262)697-8368. 



PORT BARRINGTON 

'ADORABLE 4bd, CC 

backs to forest preserve. 

Updated bths & oak Kit, 

new roof, 

windows, furn, A/C, 

siding & morel 

$198,900*. 

) www.heldienqfll.r:nrn 

RemaxSubHeldl 

(847)259-0202 x 1227. 



WAUCONDA-FSBO 

BANGSLAK R-IOfi'lktmt 

Brick, 4bd/2.5ba., 2-car gar., 

$479K. 

(847)487-0240. 



JUST REDUCED 










Fox Lake w/Lake Rights - $174,900 



Desirable Reva Bay coach home, located on Grass 

Lake off Grass Lake Rd. w/water rights & private 

community boat launch. Ranch on 1st level, 

handicap accessible. 2BR, 2BA, 2 car garage, 

fireplace & 9ft. ceilings. All appliances included.- 

Alt this and great water views. Call Today! 

Ask for Madelyn Anderson, 
Capital Associates (847) 651-8349 



RICHMOND TOWNSHIP 

L-SHAPED Ranch w/2.5 
car att. gar. on 1.75 acs. 
3bd/1.5ba, hew carpeting 
throughout. . Nice quiet 
neighborhood, near State- 
line. $239.000 . 

(815)954-4655. 




HctP£<£t>^02- O200J Eric Hodtdier 



Ifsapf/otrfwest. 



LINDENHURST SPACIOUS 
TRI-LEVEL 3-bd., 2-ba.,.faml- 
lyroom,'2-1/2 car gar., fenced 
yd., deck. Across from lake & 
beach.. $225,000/best. 

(847)245-8725. 

MCHENRY RENT TO 

Own/Lease-Option. Beautiful 

3bd/1.5ba., 2-car, great* 

neighborhood. $7500- 

$10,000dn., $1650/mo. 

(847)838-0972. 

MUNDELEIN ~ ~ 
1435 DERBY LN. 
2 Story Duplex. . 
2-bd., 2-1/2 ba., loft, 2-car 
gar., big deck, all appls. 
Included. $247,000. 
OPEN HOUSE 
11/15, 11/16, 11/22, 11/23 
11am-5pm. ■ 
(847)816-7701. 



ROUND Lake Beach 

- $219,000 

1268 E. Greystone Dr. 

3yr New Colonial; 3bd/2.5ba, 

deck, full English Bsmnt. 

2-car att gar. 

Peter Minerva (847)657-3736 

Caldwell Banker Residential 

. Brokerage, 

SALEM, WISCONSIN-FSBO 
Completely remodeled 

3bd/2ba home. 1400sq.ft. 
built 1992. Nice wooded set- 
ting, near Illinois border. 
$154,000. 0% DN PAYMENT, 
FINANCING AVAIL 
Call Tom: (262)492-5433. 

SILVER LAKE, WISC. 

4BDR Home; new bath, new 
kitchen . & . new carpet. 
$169,000.(800)767-0617. 

SPRING GROVE-FSBO 

5bd/3 full ba., FP, bar, pantry, 

2.5 car heated garags, 

$235,000. 

4 By Appoint. Only 
(847)973-1 546-Home 
(847)344-3583-Cell. 

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WATERFRONT 
LAKE FAIRFIELD ESTATES 

5,400sq.ft„ 5bd Ranch on 2 
acres, all new granite kitchen 
w/vlklng appli's, full walk-out 

bsmnt, 4.5 car garage. 
$649,000.(847)526-8701. 





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WAUCONDA DUPLEX 

- Like new 6yrs. old. 
2-bd., 2-1/4 ba., 2-car 
gar., rental at $935/mo; 
2-bd. 2-ba., 1 -car gar., 

rental at $950/mo. 
$309,900. Agent owned. 
(847) 903-7788, 
(847)526-0420. . 



WAUKEGAN HOME COZY 3- 
BD., 1-ba., frpl., eat-in kit., 
det. -gar, fenced-in yd., appls. 
negotiable. Quiet neighbor- 
hood, mature trees, Walk to 
shopping. Move on in. Little 
TLC needed. Appraised @ 
$125,000, asking $114,500. 
(847)548-4453. 

. WE BUY HOUSES 

Any price, any condition. Call 

for No Obligation Information . 

(800)767-0617. 

ZION HOUSE-FSBO 

3BD/1BA, 1 car gar., all 

remodeled, new elec, ceramic 

firs & new carpet. Nodn 

payment reg'd. $96,900. 

(847)338-4145. 




WAUCONDA DUPLEX 

Like new cond., 5yrs. old. 

2-bd., 2-ba. &1-bd., 

1-ba., 2-car & 1 -car att. 

garages. Solid Cherry 

Corian Kitchen 

2-car gar. unit is vacant & 

ready for your move In 

. . with an additional ■ 

$740/mo. rental Income 

on the 1-bd., 1-ba., 

1 -car unit. $349,900. ' 

Agent owned. 

(847)903-7788, 

(847)526-0420. 



WILL LEASE YOUR 
HOME WITH OPTION TO 

BUY FOR UP TO 5 
YEARS. ANY PRICE. ANY 
CONDITION. ANY AREA. 

(847) 587-0839 



ADORABLE PISTAKEE 

Lakefront 2BR, w/fin bsmt, 

enjoy all the chain has to offer 

incl. pier & sunsets. Walk to 

train. All Waterfront R.E. + 

847-395-2300 

BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT 

3BD Home In Fox Lake. 

W/2ba's, FP, gar., pier. 

Long or Short term lease. 

$1400/mo. 

(630)330-5365. 



BRICK RANCH-3BD, w/walk- 
out bsmnt, 2FP's, A/C, Ig 
breezeway, 2 car gar. On bluff 
overlkna Illinois Banch State 
Park ft Lk Michigan Equlslte' 
view w/mature hrdwds In Ig 
private yd. W/abundance of 
wildlife, iceskating. In. peace- 
ful, friendly neighborhood. 
$1350/mo, (847)912-3772. 



FOX LAKE 2-BD., stove, 
fridge, washer/dryer, lg. 2-car 
gar., C/A, : lakerights, 
$900/mo. + sec; dep. & utilit- 
ies. No Section 8. (847)973- 
1341. . 

FOX LAKE WATERFRONT 
Very good Viewl 

2BdrHome. ■ :*t; 
$750& $900/Mo._. w 
Sec. 8 Welcome. 

1 MONTH FREEl 
(847)223-0993. 

GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 

PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 

INVESTORS 

Salem, Wise. $880/mo. Pets 

O.K. 2-bd„ 1-ba. 31605 71st. 

St. Just rent or rent w/optlori 

to buy. 

Lease purchase or land 

contract. 

Vacant available Immediately 

Antloch 26623 W. Maple. 

Immaculate, lake rights, 

3-bd. , 3-car gar., fenced yd. 

$1 ,350/mo. for rent or buy on 

a lease purchase. We will 

accept 5-10% down. No need 

for new loan owner will carry 

financing. Scott Ginsberg 

(847)293-2000. 

GURNEE RENT JO OWN 3- 
bd., 1-1/2 bas., heated gar., 

Woodland School Dist. 
$1,400/mo. (773)637-7531. 



GURNEE 

SINGLE FAMILY HOME 

1400 sq.ft. 3bd/2ba. 
Lg Kit., LR, offl, Ldryrm. 

Malnt. by owner. 

2 mlns to tollway, shpng, 

schools, hlth elb, etc. 

Nwly updtd. 

1 car det. gar. 

Great for animal lovers- 

$1450/mo. 

(847)347-5573. 




GURNEE-BRIDAL WOOD 

TOWNHOME 

NEWLY DECORATED 

2bd/2.5ba, 1 car gar., C/A, 
appli's, W/D & FP.. 
W/Beautlful view. 
S1,100/mo + soc. 

Lve Msg. (847)362-9590 



HOUSE FOR RENT 

WADSWORTH/BEACH PARK 
4 BD + LOFT. 2.5 BATH 2800 
SQFT.FIREPLACE.3CAR 
ATTACHED GARAGE, WALK- 
OUT BASEMENT.HEATHER- 
STONE COMMUNITY. BEST 

GURNEE SCHOOL. NO PETS. 

$1500./MO. WITH OPTION TO 
' BUY. CALL 773-7280572 



WAUCONDA-Nearly 4000 sq. ft of living space. 

Wood Floors, Gourmet Kitchen w/ Granite Tops, 

Maple Cabinets, Breakfast Bar, Double Oven, Island, 

Dramatic Great Rm. Full Fin Bsmt w/ Lrg Rec Rm, 

Wet Bar, Fireplace, Large Deck, Prof Landscaping. 

Quiet Cul De Sac Location. 

Model Home w/ Upgrades Galore. 

MLS# 03202213 Price $422,900 

Call to make an appointment: 847-902-8700 



HOUSE FOR RENT 
3bd/2 full ba, 2-car gar, FR, 
LR, FP, porch, Ig kitchen, 
bsmt, C/A, & heating. 300 
hundred acre horse farm fit- 
ting $1900.mo. (847)571- 
3914. 






INGLESIDE 2-BD., LIVING- 
ROOM, eat-In kitchen, nice 
yard. Available Now. 
$895/mo. + security deposit. 
Need references. (847) 546- 
5809, leave message. 



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INGLESIDE-NEWLY 

REMODELED 3BD Home. 

W/hrdwd firs, new appli's., 2.5 

car gar., new pier & access to 

Chain. $1250/mo. 

(847)912-9260. 



. ISLAND LAKE 2-BD., 1-ba., 
1/2 bsmt., partially furnished, 
$1,000/mo. + utilities. NO 
PETS. (847)526-8406. 

. JOHNSBURG REMODELED 
2-BD., w/gar. Avail, now. 
$930/mo. Pets O.K. Short 
term O.K. (815)363-1605. 

.LAKE VILLA 

BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW 

3bd/2ba, 2 car gar.,1 blkfrom 

Lake/SISOO/mo." 

AVAILABLE- 12/15 

(847)356-4278. 

LAKE VILLA 

• SPACIOUS Living Rm„ 

3bd/2ba, utll. rm. 

215S.MIIwaukBB 

* $1,000/mo + sec. 

(847)571-3914. 

MCHENRY RENT TO " 

Own/Lease-Option. Beautiful 

3bd/1 ,5ba., 2-car, great 

neighborhood. $7500- 

$10,000dn, $1650/mo. 

(847)838-0972. 

ROUND LAKE 2 story house, 
3*bd„ stove; fridge, 
washer/dryer, 1-car gar., no 
bsmC prefer Section 8 rent 

-assistance Avail. 12/1, 

$1,000/mo;+ sec. dep. & util- 
ities. '(262) 857-7771, (262) 
945-3783. -• 

ROUND LAKE 

3BDR/1BAHduse, S950/mo. 

Call Pat 

(847)927-9114 

.„., ._ (agent interest),,... 

ROUND LAKE BEACH-NICE 
3bd Ranch on quiet street, no 
pets. Sec. 8 OK, $1175/mo + 
sec dep., Tenant pays ALL 
ulll's. (224)715-3277. 



ROUND LAKE IMMACULATE 
3-bd.,, v gar., all appls., near 
Metra, lake. $1,200/mo. + 
S1.400 sec.' & utilities. No 
pets. Military welcome. 
(847)362-3637. 

ROUND LAKE MADRONA 
VILLAGE DUPLEX Less than 
1yr. old, grt. cond., 2-bd., 1- 
1/2 ba., 2-car tandem alt. 
gar., C/A, new appls., includ- 
ing washer/dryer. Quiet, over- 
looks Ig. open field in back, 
Grayslake Schools. $60 dis- 
count given for one time pay- 
ment. $1,150/mo. (before dis- 
count), credit check, deposit. 
No Section * 8. Nlcelll 
(847)566-1053. 

ROUNDLAKE BEACH 
4bd/1ba, unfnshd bsmnt., 1 

car gar.. $1100/mo. 

Will consider rent to own. 

Call for details. 

(847)612-6393 

www.renttoowntoday.com. 

THIRD LAKE VILLAGE 
lakefront home, 
5bedroom/2bath, 
stone f Irplace, lakeside 
deck off of family room, 
new kitchen with pantry, all 
appliances & extra freezer & 
refridgerator, 2.5 
car attached garage. 
Grayslake Schools. 
MUST SEE TO APPRECI- 
ATE! $1695/month + securi- 
ty deposit (847)823-4327. 

THREE BEDROOM HOME 
ON PISTAKEE LAKE, 

S1.500/MO. KARE Manage- 
ment. (847)367-0890. 



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WADSWORTH LOVELY 

OLDER HOME 3-bd., 2.5 
ba., dlnlngroom, familyroom, 
den, 2-frpls., bsmt., gar., cred- 
it- check & ref. required. 
$1,600/mo. Cathy, 8am-5pm, 
Mon-Fri. (847)244-5330. 



WHY ARE YOU RENTING? 
Mortgage payments will be 
less than your rent pay- 
ment. Everybody gets a 
home. No down payment 
home Joans available. No 
costs consultation. Call Tom 

Tschkum. 847-605-8287. 

"999 Plaza Dr., Sch. ILL 



WILL LEASE YOUR 
HOME WITH OPTION TO 

BUY FOR UP TO 5 
YEARS. ANY PRICE. ANY 
CONDITION. ANY AREA. 

(847) 587-0839 



ZION 2-STORY HOUSE on 

comer, 3-bd., stove, fridge, 
washer/dryer, 2-car gar., 
bsmt. Prefer Section 8 rent 
assistance. $1 ,000/mo. + sec. 
& utilities. (262) 857-7771, 
(262) 945-3783. 



ZION RANCH STYLE 
HOUSE, 3-bd., stove, fridge, 
washer/dryer, 2 window 
A/C's, extra Ig. yd. on corner, 
2-car gar. & storage. Prefer 
Section 8 rent assistance. 
$1 ,000/mo. & sec. dep & utilit- 
ies. (262) 857-7771, (262) 
945-3783. 



514 



Condos 
Townhomes 



S96K FSBO CONDO 
Round Lake Beach, 1BR, 
1BA, Garage, 3yrs new, ex- 
cellent condition, all applian- 
, ; ces w/washer, dryer, dish j 
washer & disposal, fresh 
paint, motivated seller, call for 
showing. 847-840-5220 



BRAND NEW BEACH 
PARK Cambridge TH- 

For Sale or Rent 

W/2bd/2.5ba, w/loft, kit, 

dining area connecting 

to FR. Slider to front yd. 

Front ent. porch area. 

Unique Corner end unit 

w/Private drive & 2 car . 

att. gar. All new appli's, 

W/D & neutral blinds 

window treatments. 

Exc. Schools. 

$169,900/OBOor 

$1050/mo + 1stmo& 

sec. No pets. 

Non-smoking unit. 

(847)347-5573. 



CONDO 

ROUNDLAKE BEACH, 

i yr old. 2bd/2ba, barber 

carpet, all appli's, W/D, gar, 

w/opener. Low Association 

Fee. $119,900. 

(847)201-8929. 



Excellent Opportunity 

MUST. Sell. Beautiful 
Grayslake Townhouse. 

Secluded bkyd, quiet 
neighborhood. Woodland 
Grade/Gravsiake High. 
2bd+Loft/2.5ba, appli's, 
blinds, FP, 2 ceiling Fans, 
unfnshd walk-out bsmnt, 
2 car att. gar., 8x10 deck. 
$207,000/obo. Let's Talk. 
(847)682-1506. 



F.S.B.O. CONDO OPEN HOUSE 

12 -4. SAT & SUN. Island Lake, 

2BR, 2BA, 2CAR GAR., 

Immaculenl, 4yr old, new 

everything, all appliances, 

$189,000 

847-487-8844 



TWIN LAKES WISC. 3-bd. 
house ,w/att. gar., $1,095/mo. 
Also huge 2-bd. house w/gar., 
$895/mo. (262)210-2773, 

TWIN LAKES WISC. Huge 3- 
bd. duplex unit w/gar., 
$79S/mo. Short term avail. 
(262) 210-2773. 

UNION GROVE, WISC. DU- 
PLEX FOR RENT, 3-bd., 2- 
ba„ 2-car gar., full bsmt., 
across from school (1-8 
grade), S980/mo. (262)249- 
8692. 



FOR RENT 2-BD., 2-1/2 ba. 
condo. Great view. Mint con- 
dition! F/P, A/C, gar., patio & 
appls. Lots of storage. 
$1,1007mo. Call Brenda (847) 
596-6109 RE/MAX SHOW- 
CASE. 

FOX LAKE Desirable Reva 
Bay coach home on Cinna- 
mon Lane. Located on Grass 
Lake w/wator rights. 2-bd., 2- 
ba„ 2-car gar. Great water- 
views, private community 
yacht club. $179,900. Ask for 
Madelyn Anderson, Capital 
Associates. (847)651-8349. 



FOX LAKE TOWNHOME- 
HIDDEN Glen It. 

5+ rms, 2bd/1.5ba, 1-car gar, 
+ 2 stalls, extra Ig remdld kit., 

new appli's + extras. Lake- 
rights. $112,000. Call for app. 
(847)561 -4822-Jlm 

(847)587-451 6-MadeIlne. 



FOX LAKE VACATION VIL- 
LAGE $625/mo.,1st Month 
Rent Free, 1-bd„ 1-ba., ac- 
cess to Chain. Private Beach 
& Boat Slips Avail. (847)306- 
2820. 

FSBO - GRAYSLAKE 

TOWNHOUSE 

Quail Creek Sub Dlv. 

2bd/1.5ba, 1 car gar., C/A, 

new crpt, ceramic tile, new 

windows/Asking $111,000. 

Schools across the street. 

(847)543-1938. 

~~ FSBO 

2BD/2BA TOWNHOMEin 

Llndenhurst. End Unit w/Lg 

backyard. $148,000. 

(847)356-5508. 

GRAYSLAKE VERY LARGE 
3-bd., 2-1/2 ba. townhome for 
sale, w/all the upgrades, In, 
Cherry Creek. Craig Stein, 
RE/MAX. (847)624-6184. 

GURNEE 2 BED town home 
2 bath, garage, fireplace, fur- 
nishings available, swimming, 
pool, golf, and tennis. 
(847)652-3068 



ROUND LAKE-NEW SPA- 
CIOUS luxury 3bdr Town- 
house. 2.5ba, 2 car gar., loft 
A/C, all appli's, W/D, window 
treatments. $1395/mo. 
(847)977-3552. 

VACATION VILLAGE- 

2BD/IBA. UP/DN. Channel 

Front Condo-connecting to 

Chain 'O Lakes. Completely 

remodeled. In Front of Pool, 

office & laundry rm. Must seel 

Best located Condo here. 

www.hlghenergydeslgn. 

com/condo 

(847)401-1167. 

VERNON HILLS CONDO 
FOR RENT 2-bd., master 
w/walk-in closet, 1-ba., dining- 
room, 1-car gar. w/door open- 
er, neutral colors throughout, 
newly painted. Ceramic tile in 



518 


Mobile Homes 



520 



Apartments 
For Bent 



kitchen/dining 
bath, all 
washer/dryer, 
dishwasher. 



area, entry & 

new appls., 

microwave, 

No pets. 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN AN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY 

*1 -bedroom, 1-bath 

Starts at $29,900 

*2-bedroom, 1-bath 

$38,900 

*2-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 

$39,900 

*2-bedroom, 2-bath 

start at $49,500 

Some include carport, 

shed, & decks. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
WALK TO EVERYTHING 

Newly remodeled 2-bd., 
1-1/2 ba.; includes shed, 
off street parking. Many 

upgrades. $39,900. 

Avail. Immediately 
(847)526-5000 

Leave message. 



520 



Apartments 
For Rent 



$975/mo. Available Immedl 

ately.(847) 548-8553. 
_____ ___________ 

2 STORY TOWNHOME 

3BDRM/2 BTH, family rm, 

bsmt, appl's, W/D. $875/mo. 

(847)414-5765, 

(847)746-86B7, 

(847)409-6638 



518 



Mobile Homes 



GURNEE 

2BD/2BA TOWNHOME. 

New appli's, FP, gar., 

granite fl & new carpet. 

$139,900. 

(847)652-3068. 



GURNEE TOWNHOME 

2BD + loft/1 ,5ba. Immaculate, 

r : g w7FR, i car gar." Nb~pets? 

non-smoking ADT Security, 

fnshd bsmnt. $179,900. 

(847)855-1038. 



HEATHER RIDGE 

TOWNHOUSE 

1bd/1.5ba, new crpt, & appli's, 

new FP & garage. 3125,000. 

(647)254-8395. 

LAKEMOOR TOWNHOUSE 
BRAND new spacious luxury, 
3bd, 2-1/2 ba„ loft, A/C, all 
appli's, W/D, 2-c gar, window 
treatments. Exc location. 
$1195/mo. (847)977-3552. 

MCHENRY CONDO 1-BD., 
full ba., large livingroom 
w/vaulted celling, gaily kit 
w/bk bar, all appls., extra stor- 
age, sliding door to balcony. 
Will go FHA! $79,500. Centu- 
ry 21 Care call Carol (815) 
344-4240. 



MUNDELEIN 
BEAUTIFUL NEW 

TOWNHOUSE 

3 BEDROOM, 2.5 

BATH, BASEMENT, 

2 CAR GARAGE, 

VAULTED CEILINGS, 

LOTS OF UPGRADES, 

CLOSE TO SHOPPING 

AND METRA. LONG 

TERM DlCOUNTSl 

$1,650/MONTH 

(847)226-3104 



CHAIN O'LAKES 

MOBILE HOME PARK 

120 & Fairfield 

2002. 

16x64, 2-bd., 2-ba. 

$48,900. 

1986 

14x80, 3-bd„ 2-ba. 

$33,500. 

1993 

14x55, &bd„ 1-ba. 

$23,000. 

1985 

14x60, 2-bd„ 1-ba. 

$20,000. 

Well maintained & quiet 

community. Credit Check. 

(847)740-9230. 

GRAYSLAKE 2-BD. MOBILE 
HOME, washer/dryer, all 
appls., asking $20,000. Real- 
tor owned. (847)740-8092, 
(847) 409-3008. 

LAKELAND VILLAGE 

ADULT COMMUNITY 

MINOCQUA, Wl. 

. Beautiful, must see to 

appreciate! 2bd mobile home 

#80. 2 full ba, approx 1,000 

sqft., 3-Season rm, att gar., 

C/A, natural gas furnace, 

kitchen appli's & center 

island, access to lake. 

5 miles west on Hwy 70 

west of Mlnocqua. Negotiable. 

(479)855-1830. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 2002 
Mobile Home, 16x60, Gin. 
walls. 2-bd., 2-full bas„ many 
upgrades, 10x10 shed. Too 
many things to list. Please call 
(847)546-6251, (847) 571- 
0964. 



- Months i 
Rent Free! 



Heritage > 
Green 
Apartments 

Mundelein, IL 

1 Bedroom 

Besom 

2 Bedroom 

S 725 M 
847*949rQ17Q 



FIRST MONTH SPECIAL 
1/2 MONTH FREE RENT 

2 BD HEATED, VERY 

CLEAN APT. LAUNDRY, 

NORTH WAUKEGAN, 

CLOSE TO SHOPPING, 

PLENTY OF PARKING. 

$760.00 PLUS SECURITY. 

224-627-8579 , 

FOX LAKE 2 bdrApt. ground 
floor. New Berber carpet, 
A/C, stove, refrigerator, lake 
rights, laundry, Ig eat-In kit- 
cen, off street, parking. No 
pets. $850/mo Incl heat. Im- 
mediate occupancy(847)362- 
7009. 

FOX LAKE REMODELED 
GROUND FLOOR, 2 bdrApt. 
New Berber carpel, A/C, 
stove, refrigerator, lake rights, 
laundry, Ig eat-In kitcen, off 
street parking. No pets. 
$850/mo incl heat. Immediate 
occupanc.{847)362-7009. 

FOX LAKE STUDIO APT., 
Vacation Village, $525/mo. 
KARE Management 

(847)367-0890. 

FOX LAKE SURF APTS. Stu- 
dlo & 1-bds. Start @ 
$550/mo. (847) 508-0069. 

FOX LAKE. 37 Nlpperslnk 
Blvd., 2-bd., laundry, parking, 
security intercom, no pets, 
$750 & $775/mo. (847)838- 
0504. 

GAGES LAKE EFFICIENCY 
APT, furnished, utilities paid, 
$150/wk. (847)426-2766. 




GURNEE 

Wood view Apartments 
Year end blowout 
1 bdrms $625.00 

Call now before they are gonel 

847-662-3400 



LAKE-IN-THE-HILLS APT 
FOR Rent. Spacious 
2bd/2ba„ 1 car, W/D. Se- 
cured Bldng. $995/mo. 
(847)414-6179. 






LIBERTYVILLE 

601 N. Milwaukee: 

1bd Deluxe 750 + sq.ft. 

Avail, now. 

Lots of closet space. 

w/d, stove, refrigerator, 

dishwasher, microwave, 

C/A. $925-$975/mo. 

2-To choose from. 

Lovlnger Real Estate 

(847)244-4220 

(847)682-0499 



ANTIOCH 
1 & 2-BD. MODERN 
APTS,, dishwasher, A/C, 
laundry facilities, beautiful 
location. Near Metra and 
park. One Month FREE 
w/iyr. lease.Cats al- 
lowed. 1BD-$645/mo 
2BD-$745/mo. 
(847)838-6074. 



D»n*n*p»n*D«n 
1 Month Free 

Rent! 

Grayslake 

401 Center Street 
2 tetfroom w/balcony 

Now Open!! 

Beautifully updatedjn 

a great location. 

$805 per month 

Includes 

Heat, Water, and Gas 

847-395-0949 

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ANTIOCH SEQUOIT APTS. 
Nice 2-bd„ FREE RCI Vaca- 
tion w/1yr. lease by Jan. 1st. 
$785/mo. + sec. Ray (847) 
712-5446, Pat (847) 395- 
1763. 

ANTIOCH, MUNDELEIN & 
ZION 1 & 2-bd. apls., walk to 
school & transportation. 
(847)356-8406. 



BEAUTIFUL WINTHROP 
HARBOR DUPLEX. 2BR, 

Bsmnt, deck, laundry, appli- 
ances, Garage, no pets, no 
smoking, $9507mo 
847-937-4176 



Great Apartments. 

Great Location. 
AFFORDABLE! 

Oakridge Village Apartments 

299 Oakridge Court 

Antloch 

Call today for details: 

(847) 395-4840 

Managed by 

Meridian Group, Inc. 

Handicapped Accessible 

Equal Housing Opportunity 

ISLAND LAKE-SMALL 1 bdr 
apt., all util's ncld'd. No pets, 
Sec. Dep. req'd. $495/mo. 

(847)526-5755-Days. 

(847)526-8306-Eves. 



N.E. WAUKEGAN 1-BD. apt., 
furnished, carpeted, drapes, 
blinds, heat Included, also In- 
cludes 1 stall Insulated gar. 
complete, $725/mo. + sec. 
dep., 1yr. lease. (847)244- 
7658, (847) 244-0840. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH- 
FRESH paint, new carpet* 
clean 3bd. Apt. All appli's* 
$900/mo. Realtor owned. 
Sue-(847)452-3048. 

STUDIO APT FOR RENT. 
Vacation Village, Fox Lake 

Gated Community 
$500/mo + imo sec. dep. 

Call (815)678-2602. 



WAUCONDA 1 BD. APT., 
heat & hot water Included. 
S635/mo. Lease, sec. dep., 
rel. No pets. Available imme- 
diately. (847)433-0891. 



WAUCONDA LOCATED IN 

OVER 55 COMMUNITY 

2-bd„ 1-ba„ 

Includes all utilities 

+ cable TV. $895/mo. 

No Pels. 

Avail. Immed. 

(847) 526-5000 

leave message. 

WAUCONDA MIDTOWN LO- 
CATION Studio apt. w/gar., 
heat furnished, $675/mo. + 
sec. No pels. (815) 363-1068. 



WAUKEGAN 3-BD., 2-FULL 
ba„ on first floor, huge apt, 
deluxe appls., laundromat, 
private park, near Sheridan 
Rd., 5 mln. from base, yard, 
quiet & safe. Avail immed. 
$945/mo. Bill (847) 951-7100, 



WAUKEGAN NORTH SIDE 
1-bd., $590/mo„ includes 
heat & water. Small secure 
building. New carpet, laundry, 
parking. No pets. (847)336- 
2400. 



ROUND LAKE, 

2br, 1.5 ba, New 

Town home, finished 

basement, 2 car garage. 

847-208-4204 
■&*&*-&*# 

PALATINE CONDO 

2 br, 2 ba, fireplace, dish 

washer, washer/dryer, 

furnished. 1 car garage. 

262-498-8841 




ROUND LAKE-END 
UNIT, 3 LEVEL 

TownHouse w/2bd 
&loft/1.5ba„ w/Berber 

Carpeting & att. 2 car gar, 
Built 2002. Must seel 

$162,900.(847)691-3703. 





urae ms&mt, 



SPACIOUS 3-BD., 2-BA. 
townhome, C/A, new carpet, 
newer appls., avail. Immedi- 
ately. $1,250/mo. (224)280- 
8052. 





A Luxury Apartment Community. 
Enjoy a country club setting in your own backyard. 

1 BR starting at $760 

2 BR starting at $865 
Stop by and enter to 

WIN 6 MONTHS 

FREE RENT! 

Pet friendly 

community. 

NOW LEASING 
For more information 



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WAUKEGAN-A DETAILED 
1BD in well maintained brick 
refinished Mahogny. Solid 
plaster, 3 closets,' dining, A/C, 
laundry & prkng. $595/mo. 
(847)912-3772. 



WINTHROP HARBOR 1BD. 
on 2nd fir., carpeted, ceramic 
balh. Section 8 not avail. No 
pets. $475/mo. + electric. 
(847)831-5388. 

2ION 2-BD., 1-BA. APT., in 8 
unit bldg., 2nd floor, quiet 
area, large rooms, avail, now. 
S700/mo. ZION 2-bd., 1-ba., 
electric heat, 5-unit, 1 story 
bldg., S675/mo. NO PETS! 
SUBJECT TO CREDIT 
CHECK. Nancy Barker 
(847)223-4800 Russ Gwalt- 
ney Real Estate. 

ZION- 

BEAUTIFUL 1 & 2 bdr apt. 
Newly remodeled, laundry. ■ 
Great locations. Starting © 
$560/mo. + dep. 

(847)872-2436. 




538 



Business Property 
For Rent 



568 



. Out Of 
Area Property 



804 



Gars for Sale 



Smoothie & Ice j? 
Cream Cafe 

Outdoor patio, All new. 

Downtown Grayslake 

$14,500/best & 

Rent $850.00 

224-577-9043 



NEW SHOPPING 

CENTER 

STORES AVAILABLE 

1,000 SOFT. AND UP 

WILSON NEAR 

NIPPERSINK 

DEARBORN 

CONSTRUNCTION & 

DEVELOPMENT. 

CALL (630) 894-1277 

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; I Business Property 
• 1 For Rem 



ROUND LAKE 

FOR RENT 

1 commercial 

300sq.ft. offices, 

Washington St. 

immediately East of 

Cedar Lake Rd. Gary 

(847) 546-0818. 



TWIN LAKES 
144 E. Main SL 
STORE FRONT 

Retail or office space avail. 
Dec. 1~ Approx. 700 sq.ft., 
$495/mo. Will consider rent 
w/option to buy building which 
incld's rental apt. : - 
(847)612-6393 



NEW 1600 SO/ ft. Log Cabin 
shell with take access & free 
boat slip on 35,000 acre lake 
in Tennessee hills. $89,900. 
Terms (800)704-3154, ext 
541 Sunset Bay, LLC. 



574 



Real Estate 
Wanted 



AVOID FORECLOSURE 

NO Equity; NO Problem. 

CalJ: (847)543-6782. 



708 



Snowmobiles/ 
ATV's 



540 



Investment Propertj 



RICHMOND 



528 



Aptyilomes 
To Share 



+MCHENRY* 

COMFORTABLFCONnnfn 

Share. $450/mo + sec. 

(815)344-8862. 

WAUKEGAN SLEEPING 
ROOM and sharing of roomy 
house. 10 minutes easy drive 
from Navy Base. A roomy 
fully furnished, sunlit, first 
floor bedroom. Enjoy a high 
level of privacy in a quiet, 
scenic home which backs up 
to forest preserves along 
Sheridan Road, on Wauke- 
gan's north side. Boarder has 
full access to large home, in a 
vary ^ sa,le, _ ..neighborhood. 
You'll have pretty much "to 
yourseir a full bathroom next 
lo the bedroom. Enjoy well- 
equipped kitchen, modern 
fridge, your own kitchen cup- 
board, great cable TV, safe 
olf street parking, bus stop 
100 yards away. Room has 
own phone line(optional), full 
closets + some basement 
storage, large basement laun- 
dry. Must be stable, very re- 
sponsible and considerate 
adult, with steady job. No 
smoking. $130 per week. Sor- 
ry, cannot accept new pets lo • 
1iome. 

Denys50@Hotmail.com. Non- 
English speakers okay. (847) 
623-9064; or work at 
(847)223-8161 xt.130. Cell is 
best (847) 207-8337. 



(4 ♦Fountain Head 
I Corporate Center* 
/Industrial or Business, 
KRt. 12, Superior 2750sf 
jk$10S2/mo. Gross! 2S0sf 
/ac ofe, 208 vol 1/3 Phase, 
V OH door, dock, 18' 
^ceilings. 

4$2340/tno. Gross! 500 sf 
We ofo, 480 volt/3 phase, 
•J/doeli, 2 OH doors, 18' 
((•ceilings A 

JtSOgOsl - $3298/mo. Gross! / 
/71Bsl a/a oia + mexza- \ 
V nine w/ Pr tyqt o "V 

tiPepressod Doc^. Quality W 
((■landscaped setting! M 

.ALAND MANAGEMENT^ 
/ (81S) 678-4771 \ 



BASEMENT SPACE In Office 
SdnctJohnsburg. 300 sq.ft., 
unfinished or build out. All 
util's. (815)344-5151. 



GRAYSLAKE DOWNTOWN 
1600SQ FT TO 4.000SQ.FT. 

store front retail, 1 negotiable, 
could divide. Call Chris (847) 
548-3320 ext. 14. 



530 



Rooms For Rent 



ANTIOCH 
SLEEPING RM 

on Putite Lake. W/beach, 

pier, cable TV. $85/wk + $85 

dep. 

(847)872-2436. 



FOX LAKE-BDR W/SITTING 
Rm. Fumshd, share bath, 
laundry & Kit. privileges. Ba- 
sic Cable IncldU ' Walk to 
town & train. S110/per week. 
(847)421-9751. 



FURNISHED SLEEPING 

ROOM 

FOP, RENT 

In clean, quiet home. 

SIOOAvk. includes utilities, 

except cable & phone. 

Phone outlet avail. 

Call (847) 546-4122 

after 4pm. 



GRAYSLAKE OFFICE 765 
SQ.FT. $795/mo. CALL 
Chris (847)548-3320 x 14. 

GRAYSLAKE SHOP OR Of- 
fice for Rent. 1200 sq ft. 
S995/mo. (847)548-3320 x 

14 Ask for Chris. ^ 

INDUSTRIAL BLDG. 

10.000SQ.FT. Presently used 
for plastic molding. Burlington, 
Wl. (262)763-2922. 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 
For Lease 
6000sq.ft. in Round Lake In 
Industrial Park 2 overhead 
doors & nice office. 

(647)223-0022. 

ISLAND LAKE 480SQ.FT. 
OFFICE SPACE Includes 
same size lower walk out lev- 
el. Exc. loc. & parking. In- 
cludes sign space. $715/mo. 
sec. dep required. Days 
(847)526-5755, eves (847) 
526-8306. 



533 



Buildings 



#1 STEEL BUILDING FAC- 
TORY LIQUIDATION. Up to 
70% off! 24x30 $8100. Now 
$3750140x50 $13,990, Now 
$59901 Others. Must Sell 
Nowl (877)425-7755 ext 16. 



STEEL BUILDINGS SALEIi! 
'Strong, versatile, dependa- 
ble. 

•www.sentinebulldlngs.com 
"Helping grow America one 
steel building at a time." Sen- 
tinel Buildings, (800)327-0790 
rcy/26/ 



LAKEMOOR, ILLINOIS 

INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS 

RENTALS 

Available Fall 2004. 

I^OOsq.fUSeoS/mo; 

2 l 400sq.ft.,$1 ( 295/mo. 

All units A/C In office & 

bathroom, 14ft. overhead 

doors. Located at: 
27992 W. State Rl. 120, 

at Fisher Rd. 

Rental office is Unit #53. 

(815) 578-8000, 

(847)903-7788. 



MCHENRY BRAND NEW IN- 
DUSTRIAL BUILDING, 
3,000sq.ft., 14x16 overhead 
door, lights and fans on high 
ceiling. Exposure to Rt. 120, 
$1,850/mo. (847)812-1937. 



NORTH CHICAGO 

BUILDING-36,000 sq ft. Will 

divide to any size. 

2421 N. Greonbay Rd. 

(773)736-4573. 



FSBO PRIME COMMERCIAL 
PROPERTY 

Located on Sheridan Rd- 
Winthrop Harbor. Totally 
remodeled, new carpet, 

flooring & elec. sys. 
Good for Resturant/Bar. 

Only Serious Calls, 
(847)815-9061 ask for Dave. 



ARTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE 
1997-600 FXT triple, exc 
shape, garage kept, 4000mi, 
$2195/best. (847)514-8580. 

ARTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE 
1997-600 FXT triple, exc 
shape, garage kept, 4000mi, 
$2195/best. (847)514-8580. 





SMALL FARM FOR SALE 
w/out-bulldings. 11 + acres, 
exc. source of storage & rent- 
al Income. Plus 2 other resi- 
dence on property. Must see 
to appreciate. 1.4ML, Shown 
by appt. only. (847)223-0729. 



560 



Vacant Lots : 
Acreage 



1976 CRUISERS OPEN 
BOW 165hp., I/O, new Interi- 
or, new camper canvas with 
trailer, - perfect condition, 
$3,995. (630) 514-0930. 

BAKER CUSTOM TUNNEL 
Boat-1982. 21", evlnrude EP 

200, V6, new lower unit, 
steering cables & gas lines. 
$9500/best. (262)843-1595. 

SHORE STATION ALUMI- 
NUM, 5,0001b. cap., with D.C 
Motor, full top and cover, 
$5,995/best. (630) 514-0930. 



. 1 BUILDABLE PARCEL 

10 acres, $15,000/per acre or 

best. 

Call Paul for Details 

(262)279-0217. 



FOR SALE 80 Acres, 
Kenosha County, 21 acres 
. Prime Development property, 
wooded with pond. Qualified 

* buyers call 262-877-8309 
or E-mail 
markwegner@msn.com 

HIGHLAND LAKE, 12 LOT 
PARCEL, recorded sub., 
wooded, deeded lakerighls, 
Hickory Ln. Ideal small builder 
package. (561)588-8421. . 

LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP lot 
for sale, w/sewer, $50,000. 
(847)420-5372. 

LOOKING FOR A BUtLDA- 
BLE LOT from 1/2-1 acre In 
Antloch/Lake Villa area. 
Please call (847) 514-1051 or 
(847) 740-3943. 

RACINE, Wl "~~~" 
PROPERTIES 

* 3,906 SF Ind/Off For Leasn . 
Renaissance Blvd. 

* 5,000 SF Ind/Off For Leasa . 
Renaissance Blvd. 

* 13,575 SFLUnd. Bldg Eoi 
Sfljfi, Eaton Ln.otfi, 

* 14,000 SF Mfg Space Eql 
Lease. Durand Ave. 

Contact Tony Bareta 

NAI MLG Commercial 

(262)797-9400 

www.mlgcommerclal.com 



720 



Sports Equipment 



BRUNSWICK AIR HOCKEY 
TABLE, never used. Would 
make a great Christmas pres- 
ent. $300/firnv (262) 85,7- 
9323 (Salem, f mi.' N ofAnti- 
och), call after 4pm. 

GT ZASKAR LE Mountain 
Bike XRT-XT, Kris King, 
Kore. Lots of Extras. 
S2000/best. 

2 PAINT BALL GUN Pkgs., 

Kingman Spyder; everything 
incld'd. Lots of Extras. 
$500/best. (847)973-2491. 

GUNS-NINTENDO 
.177CAL AIR pistols, $15ea.. 
.2 for $25. 

22" crossbow pistol w/darts, 
S15. All 3, S35. 

Original Nintendo set w/joy- 
stick, 2 controllers, 2 guns, 18 
games, $60. (262)877-3020. 



CHEVY 1990 CAVALIER, 4- 
dr., clean, runs grt„ 1-owner, 
90,000 miles, $1,200/best. 
(847)566-4643. ' 

CHEVY 1991 CAMARO V8 
w/T-tops, $4,950/best. (847) 
207-1788. ■ 

CHEVY 1997 SUBURBAN LS 
SERIES, 9-pass., full power, 
very clean. New tires, battery, 
brakes. Black w/grey cloth Int. 
$9,000/best.- (847)244-7658, 
(847) 244-0840. 

CHEVY MALIBU 1998 

103K miles, air, cruise, power, 

windows, locks, new brakes, 

tires. Runs well. $3700. 

". (847)973-0763. . 

DODGE INTREPID 1999. 
35,000mi., 7/ 75 warranty, 
power, windows, doors, mir- . 
rors, keyless remote, CD 
player, 4 wheel ABS, trailer 
hitch, $7200. 

(262)889-4830. 

FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD 
auto., leather Int., tint win 
dows, electronic A/C, dual ex 
haust, 373 gears, all power, 
keyless entry, radar detector, 
$1500 stereo system and 
many other performance 
parts, $8,500/best. (847)740- 
9617. 

FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 
Low miles, .loaded, . hardtop 
plus memorabilia; $31 ,000. 
(815)385-8289. ; : 

LeBaron-1989; 2.5 Turbo, 
Texas car, no rust. Full pow- 
er, in good mechanical cond., 
low miles, $1500. 

(847)587-5552. 

LEXUS SC 400, 1993, with 
winter wheels & tires, perfect 
condition., . $1O,900/best. 
(630) 514-0930. 

MERCUR.y;,CQUGAR J987, 
with newer 1986 5,0 Litre in- 
jected motor. $1,500/best. 
(847)356-1229. .. 

MERCURY SABLE LS 2001, 
4-dr., new tires, remote start- 
er, 25,000 miles, $10,000. 
(847)566-4250. 



810 


Classic/Antique"- 
Cars 



CHEVY -1968 CORVETTE, 
decent red paint, 350, 4-spd., 
T-tops, int. needs - work, 
$9,000. (847)702-1227. 

MERCEDES BENZ 450 SL 
CONV. 1973, Arizona car, 
$5,800. (815)382-8738. 



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Trucks/Trailers [ 



814 


Service & Parts 



FOUR MICHELIN TIRES 
205/14, 17,000 miles, $100. 
(847)533-7702. 



824 



Vans 



DODGE 1997 RAM CON- 
VERSION VAN, auto., cruise, 
air, captains chairs, 95,000 
miles, exc.-" cond., 

$7,000/best. (847) 265-8253. 

Dodge 97 Grand Caravan 
Sport-78,000ml., w/Captain 
Chairs. Good cond. $6000. 
(847)662-2539. 



FORD 1999 E-150 

CHATEAU VAN, 

loaded, too nice to trade 

in, perfect cond., 74,500 

ml., wht. w/gray int., , 

1-owner, used very gently 

by senior citizen, $1 1 ,900. 

(847) 903-7788, 

(847)526-0420. 






FORD 1981 F-350 FLATBED, 

dependable work - truck, 
$1,750/best. (847) 812-0351. .-. 



FORD 1 996 RANGER, V6 
3.0, extended cab, automatic. 
Runs greatl $4,000. (847) 
265-6990. 



FORD 1999 F-450 XLT 4x4, 
white, crew cab, dual axle, 
dual wheel, 7.3 power stroke 
deisel, 29K original miles, 
8.5ft. custom Royal Sport 
pick-up box, spray-in bedlin'er, 
Reese receiver with brake 
control, Pioneer CD player. 
Like new. $33,000. Call (847) 
322-6666. 



FORD 2003 F-250 XLT 4X4, 
red, 8' bed, extended cab, 
9,000 miles. Power windows 
& locks. Brand new! Asking 
$27,500. Call (847) 265-6990. 



TOYOTA PICK-UP 1993. Au- 
to., extended cap. AC, 4cyl., 
174K. $2700/best. 

(847)508-4139 

(847)970-7816. 



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FORD CONVERSION VAN- 
"1991. 105,000 mi., runs & 
looks great. $3500. 

(847)223-8739. 

PLYMOUTH 1997 VOYAGER 
MINI VAN, auto., cruise, good 
condition, $3,500/best. (847) 
265-8253.:.. 



844 


Motorcycles 




H.D.-1977FLHP,'- full. frame 
. up restoration, white ?.palnt, 
black saddle • and bags , lots of 
chrome. Very distinctive ma- 
chine. $11,500. Call (847) 
223-91 33. Ask for Chris„:-T,T; 



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FORD 1991 EXPLORER ED- 
DIE BAUER, 4x4, P/W, locks t 
ani/fm bass, player, 11 70,000 
miles, exc, runner, sunroof, 
$3,000/firm. (847)322-8294. 



KAWASAKI 1999 CON- 
COURSE SPORT TOURING 
MOTORCYCLE; !'" tOOOcc, 
shaft drive, hard saddle bags, 
approx. 5,400 miles, $4,700. 
(847)740-8549. 



804 


Cars for Sale 



568 



Out Of 
Area Property 



FOR SALE IMMFDIATF 
NORTH FLORIDA 

3BR/3BA 32'x72" Double 
Wide Mobile Home w/Storage 

shed, Located in beautiful 
North Florida (Columbia coun- 
ty) on 10 Heavily wooded 
acres QUIET, SERENE 
AREA, many extras. Price 
$125,000. Call, or E-Mail for 
more information, appoint- 
ments & directions. 
(386)497-4824 
papaset54@yahoo.com. 



GOOD HUNTING & 

FISHING AREA 

Cute Country Home In 

Tennessee; 

on approx. 1.5 acres. 
2bd/1ba,; good size rms. 

Close lo KenHicky.& 

Reelfoot, "LOW TAXES". 

$61,995. 

(731)469-5073, 



1-800-CHARITY! DONATE 
YOUR vehicle directly to the 
original, nationally acclaimed 
Charity Cars. 100% charity - 
not a used car dealer / fund- 
raiser. 1-800-CHARITY (1- 
800-242-7489) www.800char- 
ltycars.org. 

1993 BMW 5351 

Fully loaded, rims & stereo 

system Incld'd. Black on 

Black. $9000/best. 

(847)445-1913. 

BUICK 1987 GRAND NA- 
TIONAL 1 owner, no winters, 
40K, clean, fast, loaded, exc. 
cond., $12,000. (815)759- 
1941. 

CADILLAC 1993 SEDAN 
DEVILLE white w/blue leath- 
er, low mileage, looks, runs, 
drives like new. $3,700/best. 
Days (847) 395-5516, eves. 
(847)395-5456. 

CADILLAC 1999 ELDORADO 
ETC, black/black, exc. cond., 
77,000 miles, $14,900/best. 
(815)347-1804. 

CADILLAC ELDORADO 1985 
23K original miles, fully load- 
ed, Burgundy in & out, Exc 
original cond., $8500. 
(773)680-0913. 



CHEAP CARS AVAILABLE 
Starting @ $500. No gim- 
micks, just good cars, trucks 
& minivans @ prices from 
$500 to approx. $1,250. Mon- 
ey back . guarantee. 
www.500dollarcar.com or call 
(847)490-4570. 



MERCURY TOPAZ 1989, 
4dr, S600/best. 

(847)587-0786. 

PONTIAC 2000 SUNF1RE, 2- 
door, SE Coupe, dark red, 
45K miles. Brand new brakes, 
runs excellent and in great 
condition. Sunroof, premium 
sound, $6,200. Call for details 
(847) 356-9570. 

PONTIAC GRAND PRix 
1994. 6cyl„ 85,000mi„ new 
tires. Very nice cond. $3000. 
(224)392-3377 (Gurnee). 

AUTO AUCTION 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

SALVATION ARMY 
Every Saturday, 9am. 
Over 150 cars, boats, camp- 
ers & motorcycles to be 
sold weekly 
to the highest bidder 
at no reserve. 
Opening bid $100. 
(847)662-0100 

SATURN SL1 1999, auto., 
exc. cond.; 62,000 miles, ex- 
tended warranty, $6,000/best. 
(847)526-3644. 



JEEP WRANGLER-1 991 

ENGINE Works Perfect! 

Paid $1500 + $800 In NEW 

PARTS! 

Little Rust. Will sell for 

51200/best. Must sell ASAP! 

(224)627-5652. 

JEEP WRANGLER-1 997. 
6CYL, 4x4 lift kit, good cond. 
Below Blue Book. $6200. 
(847)566-8141. 



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Builders 



CUSTOM ORDERED 

■ DECKS 

SHEDS AND GAZEBOS. 

Call Roger (262) 889- 

8535, 



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Trucks/Trailers 



SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 
CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 
INTERNET! 
Visit lakelandmedla.com to 
place your ads conveniently. 
Ads appear on the Internet, In 
all Lakeland Papers... The 
Great Lakes Bulletin and The 
Market Journal for only 
$24,00 for 4 lines (approxi- 
mately 16 words), then only 
.60c for each additional line. 

TOYOTA COROLLA 1 986, 
Automatic, working heat/AC; 
runs great. $6007best. 
(847)265-2769. 



1994 K1500 EXTRA CAB 
SILVERADO 4X4, 

$5,750/best. (847)395-3269. 

4-WHEEL DREAM 
1979 Chevy K10-Usted w/7" 
35's. $550O/obo. 
CallKenn: (847)815-9060. 

CHEV. CARAVAN-1994. 

FRONT End damage $600. 

Chev, Subruban-1985 

w/plow-$1500. 

Call Andy @ (847)732-5607. 

CHEVY 1974 MONSTER 
TRUCK, many new parts, 400 
motor, 350 turbo trans, 
$10,000/best. For more Info, 
call Gary (847)561-0460. 

CHEVY 2000, 3/4 TON 
CREW CAB, 4x4, 350, fully 
loaded, with extras, super 
clean truck, very low miles, 
$21,995. (B1 5)378-2071. 



S15 



Carpet Cleaning 



WINDOW WASHING 

POWER WASHING 

DRIVEWAY SEALING 

CARPET SHAMPOOING. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 

Call Gary 

(847) 651-2684. 






S27 


Electrical 






FOR SALE: 

*96 DODGE 2500* 

Extended Cab 

Long Bed Truck. 

LOADED1I 

Gooseneck and Class 3 

hitches, electric brake, air 

springs, newer tires with 

warranty, key fob auto start 

and alarm, very clean 

Interior, good condition. 

A MUST SEE. 

Call after 4 P.M 

847-244-9780 



MTM WIRING 

Electrical Lighting,. 
Outlets, Telephone 
&TV. ; 
Most any wiring needs. 
Telephone Jack 

Special 

$50 an outlet, 

$40/ea. 2jormore. 

Gal! Mike 

(847)546-8388. 



S30 


Firewood 



/instate 



l-800-Allstate 



L&D 

Firewood 

2yr. Seasoned 

Mixed & 

Hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 
STACK IT FOR YOU 

FREE!!! 

Home (847) 223-1625, 

cell (847) 845-8027 

pager: 

(847)369-0055 



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Over 3ML900 Readers Each Week 

847-223-8161 



NEWSPAPERS 



S36 



Heating . 
Air Conditioning 






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900 


Legals 



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900 



Legals 



$49 SPECIAL 

CLEAN & CHECK 

FURNACE 

(parts extra) A/C, sheet 

metal, new construction, 

humidifiers. 

Work performed 

Evenings & Weekends. 

Call Gary 
847-845-9055 



S39 


Housekeeping 



MUtUHiHttHttiittHtMIHtM 

DEBBIE'S CLEANING 
SERVICE 
WINDOWS, WOODWORK, 
HOUSE CLEANING. 
. Reasonable Rates. 
FREE Estimates. 
Also Move-Ins/Move Outs. 
22yrs. Experience. 
No Wauconda. 
No Johnsburg, 
No Mundeloln. 
No Libertyville 
(847)651-2683. :.. 



ANGIE'S CUSTOMIZED 
CLEANING 
Tell ma your cleaning needs 
or pick a pkg. you're the bossl 
Home or apartment, business 
or office,' everyone welcome. 
Special rates, for seniors. 
Bonded & Licensed. Call for 
details. (815)675-0152. 

WORK ALL WEEK? Want 
your weekends for you? Let 
me clean your home, I'll treat 
it like my own; 17yrs! experi- 
ence. FREE estimates. Week- 
ly, bi-weekly, . monthly. .Call 
Kathy anytime (262) 862- 
7855. 



S57 



Painting/Decorating 



PAINTING 4 YOU 

- Free Estimates. 

■•' Business of quality work. 

Interior painting Brush, roll, 

rag roll, stencils, sponge 

rolling. Great prices tor great 

work. Call James 

(847) 377-1908. 

Always Painting 4 You. 



LEGAL NOTICE 

Fox Lake Mini Storage will 
sell goods for non-payment 
from: 

Unit #32 belonging to Bill Ur- 
ban consisting of household 
goods. 

The sale will take place at Fox 
Lake Mini Storage ,31 South 
Arlington Lane, Fox Lake, Illi- 
nois 60020 on December 20, 
2003 at 10:00 a.m. 

1205A-6267-FL 
December 5, 12,2003 

TOPLACEANAD 
WfTH LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS 

V jQll(847)223:816.ly / 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Class A Cleaning 
NATURE/PURPOSE:- 
Cleaning 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
2403 Sunset Ln., Undenhurst, 
ILL. 60046. (847)322-8126. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Christine Lang, 2403 Sunset 
Ln., Undenhurst, ILL 60046. 
(847)322-8126. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned lntend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. ' 
/s/ Christine Marie Lang 
November 13, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
13th day of November 2003. 



900 



Legals 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Maid To Remember 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
House Cleaning Service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
726 N. Park Rd., Round Lake, 
ILL 60073. (847)546-3577. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR ' 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Deborah Lynn Schmit, 726 N. 
Park Rd., Round Lake, ILL 
60073. (847)546-3577. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is lo certify that the un- 
dersigned lntend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locations) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person (s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the. business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown., 
/s/ Deborah L Schmit 
November 15, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person (s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
1 5th day of No vember 2003, 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Isabel Araiza 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 18, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1128D-6251-RL 

November 28, 2003 

December5, 12,2003 



900 



Legals 



This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
personfs) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Kenneth Pahlman 
November 21 ,2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 21st 
day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Jeremy R. Zelewsky 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 21,2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1128D-6259-LV 

November 28, 2003 

Decembers, 12,2003 



S78 




OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Patricia Booker 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 17, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1128D-6253-LV 

November 28, 2003 

Decembers, 12,2003 



DC TILE WE We Install ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile, Parquet, 
and Pergo floors. For free es- 
timates call (847) 395-077/, 
pager (70S) 988-8504. 



S84 



Roofing/Siding 



HOME EXTERIOR TECH CO 
(800)499-0202 
Siding, roofs, gutters, win- 
dows, Insurance claims spe- 
cialists. Small Jobs welcomed. 



S99 



Miscellaneous 
Services 



MIKE'S SHARPENING 
^C SERVICE 

ON SIGHT SHARPENING 

AVAILABLE 

F0RPETGR00MERS, 

BEAUTICIANS, & 

RESTAURANTS 

Straight 

EDGE KNIFES $1.75 EA. 

Scissors $5-7.5Q^< 
Cupper Blades $4.00 
^<81S-814-3609 



900 



Legals 



PUBLIC NOTICE ' 
Lakes Self Storage will dis- 
pose of goods for non-pay- 
ment from: Units- #27, #41, 
and #59 belonging to Staton 
Construction and from unit 
#13 belonging to Michael Nle- 
sen. 

.1212B-6279-FL 
December 12, 19, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
First Impression Window 
Cleaning . 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Window Cleaning Services 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
327-AOId McHenry Rd., Long 
Grove, ILL 60047, (847) 913- 
9401. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Jerry King, 1050 Highland, 
Mundeloln, ILL 60060. 
(847)949-5938. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Jerry King 
November 18, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
1 8th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Christina J. Horn 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 18, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1128D-6252-MN 

November 28, 2003 

December 5, 12, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Adomlt 

NATURE/PURPOSE:. 
Floral Design 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
208 Berkshire Dr., Lake Villa, 
ILL 60046. (847)245-7011. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Kim E. Murphy, 208 Berkshire 
Dr., Lake Villa, ILL. 60046 
■ STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
. duct the above' named busi- 
ness from the locallon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Kim E. Murphy 
November 20, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
20th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Linda M. Paulson 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 20, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1128D-6256-LV 

November 28, 2003 

Decembers, 12,2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE ~~ 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Kenn Fix It 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Handyman Service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
35089 N. Grant Ave., Lake 
Villa, IL 60046, 847-548-8421. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Kenneth Pahlman, 35089 N. 
Grant Ave., Lake Villa, IL 
60046. 847-548-8421. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
H&H Investments 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Real Estate Investing 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
17604 W. Summit Dr., Gray- 
slake, IL 60030, 847-816- 
9802. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Jeffrey P Higby, Cynthia R. 
Hlgby, 17604 W. Summit Dr., 
Grayslake, IL 60030, 224- 
715-4923; P.O. Box 882, 
Grayslake, IL 60030. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
personfs) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Jeffrey P. Higby 
/s/ Cynthia R. Hlgby 
November 21, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) intending to 
conduct the business this 21st 
day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Tammy Taylor 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 14, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1128D-6260-GL 

November 28, 2003 

Decembers, 12,2003 



Received: Nov. 24, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1205A-6266-FL 

Decembers, 12, 19, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
All Occasslon Gift Shoppe 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
General Merchandise Sales 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
2360 N. Fox Chase Dr., 
Round Lake Beach, ILL. 
60073. (847)543-8326. 
. NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Miguel, Odette Torres. 2360 
N. Fox Chase Dr., Round 
Lajke Beach, ILL 60073. 
(847)543-8326. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
/$/ Miguel Torres 
/s/ Odette Torres 
November 26, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
26th day of November 2003. 



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(847)546-8388. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Michael T. McGuIre, 1813 
Brentwood, Round Lake 
Heights, ILL 60073, 
(847)546-8388. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location (s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full namefs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
/s/ Michael T. McGuire 
November 24, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) intending to 
conduct the business this 
24th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Laura McGuIre 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 26, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1212B-6283-RL 

December 12, 19, 26, 2003 



OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Adriana Lomeli 

h Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 26, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

y Lake CountyClerk 

1205A-6270-RL 

Decembers, 12, 19, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Itallcon Enterprises 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Internet Marketing 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
32303 Pralrlevlew Ln., Lake- 
moor, ILL. 60051. (815)363- 
3925 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESSfES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Lisa M. Gentile, 32303 Prai- 
rieview Ln., Lakemoor, ILL. 
60051. f 81 5)363-3925. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full namefs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Lisa M. Gentile 
November 19, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
19th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Dorothy Christine Myer 

Notary Public 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Angel in my Pocket Designs 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Handmade greeting cards/il- 
lustrations 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1416 Huntington Dr., Munde- 
lein, ILL. 60060. (847)362- 
5356. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Carol, Michael Leaver, 1416 
Huntington Dr., Mundeleln, 
ILL 60060 (847)362-5356. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full namofs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Carol Leaver 
/s/ Michael Leaver 
November 15, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) intending to 
conduct the business this 
15th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Hlna Patel 

Notary Public 

Received: Nov. 26, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1205A-6274-MN 

December5, 12, 19,2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
MTM Electric 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Electrical Wiring 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1813 Brentwood, Round Lake 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
The Computer Coach 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Computer Consulting 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
503 Linden Ln., Libertyville, 
ILL. 60048, (847)918-9262. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Neil Redshaw, Tara Red-- 
shaw, 503 Linden Lane, Lib- 
ertyville, ILL. 60048. 
(847)918-9352. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlonfs) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full namefs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Nell Redshaw 
Is/ Tara Redshaw 
December 6, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) Intending to 
conduct the business this 6th 
day of December 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Ursula Shubel 

Notary Public 

Received; Dec. 8, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1212B-6285-LB 

December 12, 19, 26, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
FREE COMP. 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Wholesale of computers and 
parts 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1105 Lockwood Dr., Buffalo 
Grove, ILL. 60089, (847)913- 
0419. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Senlin Jin, Tang Nlu. 1105 
Lockwood Dr., Buffalo Grove, 
ILL. 60089, (847)913-0419. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness trom the location (s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 



full namefs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
Is! Senlin Jin 
Is/ Tang Niu 
November 23, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) intending to 
conduct the business this 
24th day of November 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Suja Sasl 

Notary Public 

Received: December 1, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1212B-6287-GL 

December 12, 19, 26, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
. ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Silver Etc. 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Jewelry Sales 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
331 Fairfax Lane, Grayslake, 
ILL 60030, (847)414-8324. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Shannon Kramer, 331 Fairfax 
Lane, Grayslake, ILL. 60030, 
(847)414-8324. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intendfs) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locationfs) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full namefs) of the personfs) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Shannon Kramer 
November 28, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
28th day of November 2003. 

• OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Sara E. Latham 

Notary Public 

Received: Decembers 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake CountyClerk 

1212B-6288-GL 

December 12, 19, 26, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
CHANGE OF OWNER'S 
LEGAL NAME OR 
ADDRESS OR BUSINESS 
ADDRESS CHANGE OR 
ADDITION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Northern Home Maintenance 
ORIGINAL DATE FILED: 
12-7-01 

OWNER'S LEGAL NAME 
CHANGED OR ADDRESS 
CHANGED FROM: 
Dean M. Relnhardt, 2324 
Honore Ave., North Chicago, 
IL 60064 847-785-1725. * 
TO: 

Dean M. Relnhardt, 2160 N. 
Orchard Ln., Round Lake 
Beach, IL 60073, 847-366- 
5111. 

BUSINESS ADDRESS(ES) 
CHANGED FROM: 
2324 Honore Ave., North Chi- 
cago, IL 60064, 847-785- 
1725. 
TO: 

2160 N. Orchard Ln., Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, 847- 
366-5111. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the 
above changefes) to - the 
named business have been 
made effective. 
Is! Dean M. Relnhardt 
2160 N. Orchard Ln., Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, 847- 
366-5111. 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the personfs) conducting 
the business this 8th day of 
December 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Eleanor A. Pelruska 

Notary Public 

Received: December 8, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

1212B-6286-RL 

December 12, 19, 26, 2003 



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



i-, IN THE MATTER OF THE SQUAW ) 

CREEK DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ) Gen. No. 70 MR 1 25 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS ) 



Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of the 
Squaw Creek Drainage District have filed their annual financial 
report with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois. 
Any objections to said report must be filed with the Clerk of the 
Court on or before December 22, 2003, in the Lake County 
Courthouse, 18 North County Street, Waukegan, Illinois. A copy 
of the objections must be sent to the attorney for the District at 
the address indicated below. There will be a hearing on the Re- 
port on December 30, 2003 at 9:00 a.m. in courtroom C-304, 
Lake County Courthouse. 

DATED: December 12, 2003 

SALLY D.COFFELT 
Circuit Clerk 

John P. Rlchtman 

Attorney for Squaw Creek Drainage District 

P. 0. Box 284 

Grayslake, ILL. 60030 

Telephone: (847) 223-1500 

1212B-6281-GL 
December 12,2003 




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PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) SS 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
• CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



IN THE MATTER OF THE AVON- ) 

FREMONT DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ) Gen. No. 70 MR 127 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS ) 



Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of the 
Avon-Femont Drainage District have filed their annual financial 
. report with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois. 
Any objections to said report must be filed with the Clerk of , the 
Court on or before December 22, 2003, in the Lake County 
Courthouse, 18 North County Street, Waukegan, Illinois. A copy 
of the objections must be sent to the attorney for the District at 
the address indicated below. There will be a hearing on the Re- 
port on December 30, 2003 at 9:00 a.m. in courtroom C-304, 
Lake County Courthouse. 

? DATED: December 1 2, 2003 

SALLY D.COFFELT 
' Circuit Clerk 

John P. Rlchtman 

Attorney for Avon-Fremont Drainage District 

P.O. Box 284 

Grayslake, ILL 60030 

Telephone: (847) 223-1500 

1212B-6282-RL 
December 12,2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
INVITATION TO BID 
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 
ROUND LAKE AREA LIBRARY DISTRICT 
The ROUND LAKE AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT will re- 
ceive bid quotations for the Manufacture and Installation of inte- 
rior signs for its facilities. 

Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Director of the Li- 
brary until January 21, 2004, prevailing time, 4:00, p.m., and will 
be opened in the Library at that time. 

Detailed specifications and Bid Forms may be secured from the 
Round Lake Area Library District, 906 Hart Road, Round Lake, 
IL 60073. 

1212B-6284-RL 
December 12, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice Is hereby given that Shur-Lock Self Storage, Inc., 35865 
N. Route 45, Lake Villa, I] 60046 will sell the personal goods 
from: 

Unit 105 belonging to Jack Bellnska. The goods con 
slst of stereo speakers, step ladder, pictures, metal 
shelving, and miscellaneous boxes. 

Unit 305 belonging to Joseph Gray. The goods consist of 
golf clubs & bag, vacuum cleaner, older wheel chair, 
TV, household Items and miscellaneous boxes. 

Unit 308 belonging to Joseph Gray. The goods consist 
of clothes on hangers, household Items, and mlscellan 
eous boxes. 

Unit 407 belonging to Patrick Randle. The goods consist of 
a microwave, boom box, ironing board, mattress set, 
vacuum cleaner, and table w/folding chairs. 

Unit 512 belonging to Anthony Vilona. The goods consist 
of a desk, small red tool box, Christmas decorations, 
* Coleman stove, red lantern, plastic containers, and 
purple fishing rod. 

Unit 614 belonging to Terri Dugan, The goods consist 
of old dirt motor bike & parts, trophies, snow shovels, 
and miscellaneous boxes. 

Sale wilt take place on the premises on Saturday, December 20, 
2003 at 9:00 AM to 1 0:00 AM. 

We reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids. 

Not responsible for accidents. 

ROGER BRODERS, President 

35865 N. Rt. 45 

Lake Villa, IL. 60046 

Telephone: (847)223-2400 

1205A-6271-LV 

Decembers, 12, 2003 




PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) SS 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



IN THE MATTER OF THE GRUBB ) 

SCHOOL DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ) Gen. No. 73 MR 114 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS ) 



Notice Is hereby given ihat the Commissioners of the 
Grubb School Drainage District have filed their annual financial 
report with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois. 
Any objections to said report must be filed with the Clerk of the 
Court on or before December 22, 2003, in the Lake County 
Courthouse, 18 North County Street, Waukegan, Illinois. A copy 
of the objections must be sent to the attorney for the District at 
the address Indicated below. There will be a hearing on the Re- 
port on December 30, 2003 at 9:00 a.m. in courtroom C-304, 
Lake County Courthouse. 

DATED: December 12, 2003 



John P. Richtman 

Attorney for Grubb School Drainage District 

P. O. Box 284 

Grayslake, ILL. 60030 

Telephone: (847) 223-1500 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) SS 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) :. 

In the Circuit Court of the Nineteenth 
Judicial Circuit, Lake County, Illinois 
In The Matter of the Petition of ) 

Patricia J. Schubert ) 

For Name Change ) 

Notice ol publication 

Public notice is hereby given that on January 21. 2004 , being 
one of the return days in the Circuit Court of the County of Lake, 
1 will file my Petition In said Court praying for the change of my 
name from PATRICIA J. SCHUBERT to that ol PATRICIA J, 
HOLLAND, pursuant to the Statute in such case made and Pro- 
vided. 

Dated at Lake Zurich, Illinois, December 2. 2003. 

1212B-6278-GL 
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First, keep your tree fresh 

; Keep the water reservoir in your tree stand fuU, especially during the tree's first days and week 
indoors. 

Most trees with a fresh ait (which will induce water absorption) will drink many quarts of 
water in the first few hours, so check the water level in your tree stand several times a day for 
about a week, and less frequently thereafter. 

Wit resistant spray - Check out a new wilt resistant spray that can be applied to trees 
before bringing them indoors that claims to keep needles fresh for several weeks. 

Order of placing decorations - Place decorations in this order: 1. lights, 2. garland, 3. dec- 
orations. 

Inside, outside - Arrange lights 'inside' your tree (about halfway from the tips of the 
branches to the trunk of the tree) as well as on the perimeter of the tree. 

How many special ornaments? - Mix one of a kind special ornaments with more generic 
"filler" ornaments. To make an impact, plan on using about 10 special themed ornaments (10 
birdhouses, music notes, etc.) for every 2 feet of tree. 

How many filler ornaments? - Create repetition by using a consistent filler ornament on 
your tree. This is a good way to stretch a growing collection of themed ornaments too. Plan to use 
at least a dozen "filler" ornaments for every 2 feet of tree. These can be inexpensive glass balls 
readily available at discount stores. 

Where to put ornaments - Place ornaments and other decorations 'inside' your tree as 
well as on the tips of branches, to add depth and interest. 

Tree Themes, Special Touches 

Create a unique tree by adding special decorating touches. 

Use lights, garlands, and ornaments along with nosegays, ribbons, special decorations and 
more. 

A "copper" theme could use metallic copper ribbons, copper cookie cutters, wooden deco- 
' rations sprayed with copper paint, etc. Because the tree provides a large amount of a contrasting 
color (green), it's hard to overdo it. A style theme such as "country" will give you clues as to what 
will look good ( raffia, vines, birdnests , antique toys, cookie ornaments, and so on.) 

•More Is better - It's fun to have more than one tree. Make the second one smaller and theme 
it to the room . For instance, in the corner of a large kitchen the tree could be decorated with 
kitchen utensils, baskets, dried herbs, raffia bows. 

Natural touches - Use natural materials to add a finishing touch to your tree. For instance, 
tuck clusters of dried flowers into some of the spaces between tree branches. Use a wire or ribbon 
to hold the bunches together. Small handfuls of twigs could also be used. 

Silk flowers - Silk flowers add a nice touch to more formal trees. Clip each branch into small 
sprigs, and lay them between the branches. An average size tree will need approximately 3-5 

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effect while red will brighten the tree. 

Metallic toucbes - A simple spray of gold or silver 
paint will embellish preserved leaves, pinecones or 
twigs. Spray lightly for a misty effect, or cover complete- 
ly for a more formal look. You can also spray flexible nylon 
rope from the hardware store for a look that mimics 
expensive gold cording. . 

Tiny candles - Buy some old fashioned clip-on 
candle holders and add small candles to your tree. 
Due to fire hazard these candles should never be lit, but 
they will add a wonderful old fashioned look as well as 
some color to the tree. Try gold, whiter or red candles. 

Miniature baskets - Search for tiny 
baskets or little vine wreaths at craft 
stores. Decorate these for your tree using 
a hot glue gun to attach berries, tiny 
sprigs of preserved evergreen and dried 
flowers. Finish with a knot or bow of rib- 
bon and a ribbon loop. Make at least a 
dozen. If you can find varying sizes of 
wreaths, use smaller ones at the top of 
the tree, . graduating to the bigger 
sizes near the bottom. 

Ribbon streamers- For some- 
thing a little different from a tradi- 
tional garland , attach long ribbon 
streamers to the top of the tree. Then 
wind and swirl them through the 
branches, down to the bottom of the 
tree. Long strands of raffia could 
also be used for a country tree. 

Tree Toppers - Stars and 
angels are perennial favorites. 
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Orayesprays • Boughs 

Roping • Mantels • Swags 

Baskets • Blankets 



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/ •% from 1O0\s of our famous Fraser Firs^ White Pines & Balsams. Also 
new uiisyear.,,Pre-ctit Scotch Pines starting at just $26. All freshly- 
cut trees priced individually. 

Beautiful^ fragrant wreaths in assorted sizes. Roping and firewood 
bundles available, too! Hardwood Facecords $85. 

Warm up by the Fireplace in Our Christmas Craft and Gift Shop. 
Ornaments, decorations, teacher gifts, gourmet mixes & more. 
Snow Poop Shooters just arrived from the North Pole! 

Visit Mrs. Klaus' Kitchen for hot cocoa, mulled cider, popcorn, 
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Gift wrapping holiday gifts can be a joy -if done ahead 



using a generous supply of materials and a little inspiration. 

However, it it's left until the last minute and you're scrambling for scissors, tags, and tissue 
paper, then it's a job that can turn into a stressful chore. 



Here are some helpful tips for organizing gift wrapping jobs and some 
ideas to make gift wrapping easier. 



Collect Generic Gift Wrap Materials - Instead of buying Santa gift paper, try going with a 
plain red, a metallic silver, and a beautiful white. These papers can look wonderful during the 
holidays by using red, green, or metallic ribbons. And later they can look equally wonderful for 
Valentine's Day with pink ribbon or for a birthday with blue ribbon. 

Cellophane Bags - Clear or printed cellophane bags (like the ones florists use for corsages) 
can be a lifesaver for small non-fragile gifts, candies, or baked goods. Simply insert the item into 
the bag (wrapped in tissue if desired) and seal the top with ribbon, raffia, cording, or a 
twist tie. These bags come in several sizes. Look for them in bulk at a paper warehouse 
outlet. 

Colored Tissue Paper - Tissue can make any gift seem more festive. Collect several colors 
to use when lining gift boxes, to cushion delicate items, inside cello bags, or even to use as. gift 
paper. Avoid buying a few sheets at a time, as these are particularly expensive. Order in bulk or 
browse paper warehouses. 

Hole Punch - Use an inexpensive hole punch to puncture gift tags (to insert a ribbon) or to 
punch two holes in the top of a folded gift bag (to insert a ribbon or raffia). 



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'Not ail pianos qualify for 0% financing. 



Stickers - Seasonal stickers are a 
fun way to decorate plain gift bags, tags, 
or to close cello bagged gifts. 



.Tags - Beautiful tags are a lovely 
touch. However, they can sometimes 
come off and get lost. Try the. stick-on 
types when mailing, gifts or for large 
gatherings when the tag could be inad- 
vertently detached. To and from infor- 
mation can also be written on top of the 
gift (on the wrapping paper) or on the 
ends of the ribbon tie. Or, glue or tape 
the greeting card right to the top of the 
box. 




Making GiftTags- Craft and stationery stores have blank tags ina variety of shapes. You can 
also make your own tags in any size or shape using colored paper or cardstock. Scalloped edge 
scissors will also help create beautiful looking tags. 

Recycled Greeting Cards - Cut off the fronts of beautiful holiday cards and attach them to 
your gifts using double face tape. The picture on trie card will dress up your gift and add a bit of 
color and style. Use a simple cording as ribbon. 



Embellishments - Gifts can be made special by tucking in a bit of greenery. Look for artifi- 
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To the Newly Elected 

Chamber Board Members: 

Val Knopp - Second Federal 

Jamie Williams - U.S. Bank 

jeannie Larsen 

Pan Vander Weit - Chiropractor 



A Great BIG Thank You to Our 
Outgoing Directors: 

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You will need: 

1. 9" white willow wreath 

2. One small, dried bundle of the following: 
thyme, oregano, basil, bay leaves, dill, 
parsley, rosemary, chive flower heads 

3. 30 dried red chili peppers 



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Bunch the wired peppers together and wrap the bunch onto the wreath 
using additional wire as needed. 

• Cut a 2 yd. length of fishing line and tie the end onto the back of the 
wreath. 

• Place one bundle of herbs on the front of the wreath, beside the 
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Mors D'oeuvres 

Choose finger snacks carefully. Choose 
foods that complement each other. Try setting 
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table. Allow 4 to 6 hot hors d'oeurves per per- 
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expensive rugs or furniture. 

Invitations 

Written invites are a great idea. Try to 
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guests when the party starts and when it will 
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appropriate. If anticipating a semi-formal 
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Liquor 

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fruit to the shopping list. Limes, Lemons and 
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