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5 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2O13 5 Contact Us at NHes Herald-Spectator Nues skaters take home trophy Pioneer Press Timothy P. Knight Publisher & CEO, Sun-Times Media Jim Kirk Editor in Chief, Sun-Times Media Jli McDermott VP, Advertising Advertising Dispiay Ads Ciassifled Ads Sam Hotus Account Executive David T. Sherman Advertising Director Customer Service and Delivery Service or Subscriptions Customer Service Hours Mon-Fri., 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. 6:30 am-noon Sun. 8 am-noon TV Weekly Deiivery Editorial Ben Meyerson News Producer Ryan Niisson Managing Editor for Sports A WRAPPORTS COMPANY Printed with soy inks oon recycled paper. BY TRACY GRUEN Contributor N i LES Wearing yellow shirts and blue overalls, a group of minions from "Despicable Me" skated their hearts out and took home a first place trophy. The 33rd annual Sweetheart Open Figure Skating competition was held at celand skating rink in Niles on Saturday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 17. celand skaters won first place for their theater production program that was based on the movie, "Despicable Me." About 30 skaters from celand, ages five to adult, participated in the performance. 'lt represents celand," said Amy Forbes, celand's skating director. The Sweetheart Open featured about 300 skaters from the Chicagoland area, including Robert Crown, Twin Rink, Northbrook and more. The two-day event included 10 different contests, including solo, couple and team competitions. Audience members were also entertained by fun light-hearted programs, which included two skaters dressed as characters from the movie 'Monsters nc." dancing to 'f Didn't Have You." Family and friends were busy purchasing flowers at celand to give to the performers who participated in various events, including freestyle, artistic, rhythmic, synchronized events and more. Disguised as a minion, Nicole Hotca, of Nues, said she was The theater production team from celand skate rink performs dressed as characters from "Dispicable Me" at the 33rd annual Sweet Heart Open on Feb. 17 in Nues. ROB HART-Sun-Times Media both "nervous and excited" to take home the first place trophy. Hotca said that last year the celand team took home second place at the competition. "We kind ofjust upgraded," Hotca said with a smile. Nadia Castillo, Wyatt and Kalyn Zwik and Gianna Pauly were looking forward to the brief awards ceremony on the ice that took place during the cornpetition on Sunday, Dec. 17. Castillo, 9, said that performing is her favorite part about ice skating. 'lt was really fun," said Wyatt Zwik, who is also a hockey player at celand. Mary Ahne was at the Sweetheart Open to support her 11-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, who has been skating for four years. 'She's made a lot of good friends," said Ahne, about why she is glad her daughter is involved in ice skating at celand. " think the competition helps her confidence," said Ahne, of Park Ridge. "t teaches her discipline." "t's a giant commitment," said Forbes, about the large time commitment and monetary commitment that families make in order for their kids to be ice skaters. Forbes said that the skatr ers get their programs in the summer and perform the same program at various competitions throughout the year. Many skaters spend three to six days a week on the ice, for several days a week, working on their programs, she said. "lt takes a long time to perfect their programs," said Forbes, who said each program is about one to three minutes long. For each event, the first through third place winners took home trophies and those who placed fourth through sixth place received medals. Forbes said that almost every month skaters from celand participate in a competition that is hosted at various area skating rinks.
6 THURSDAY, 6 FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Furnaces & Central Air Our Goal...Your Complete Satisfaction Professional nstallation Guaranteed Low Prices 24-Hour Service '36 Month Financing Energy Rebates Available Community pioneerlocal.com Nues aims to Up recycling, cut driving TRAP W li's Hard Th StopA 7hme flbt - Since N Milwaukee Ave, Glenview, L klli ULLkft LLV LLL $87 Tune-Up Special Ji. U;nh, Mo' 11Jh'n ; We Specialize in Jewish tems & Gifts - Party Supplies - Wrapping S Gift Bags. Toys - Kitchen Utensils & Supplies - Beauty Products - Pet Supplies S Toys - School Supplies & More! BY TRACY GRUEN Contributor ncreasing recycling and decreasing driving are two recommendations in the draft of the Nues Environmental Action Plan that were presented during a public hearing on Feb. 12. The plan was created in partnership with Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) through its Local Technical Assistance program. Kristin lhnchak, of CMAP, discussed some of the recommendations to make the village more sustainable in terms of land use and development, transportation and mobility, open space, waste, water, energy, greenhouse gases and education. lhnchak said that in the village of Nues the overall recycling rate is 19.5 percent compared to 34 percent nationally. "lt's significantly lower here than a lot of other parts of the country," noted lhnchak. n order to help boost recycling in the village, lhnchak said that the plan recommends possibly using larger recycling bins and increasing public awareness about the importance of recycling. n public places, lhnchak said the village may want to place recycling bins next to trash cans to encourage recycling. Other recommendations in the plan include creating a village-wide bicycle and pedestrian plan, updating development regulations to allow and encourage sustainable buildings and developments, work with PACE to implement Arterial Rapid Transit routes, and adopting sustainable municipal policies, such as designing new municipal facilities in order to meet green building standards. "Usage rates by Nues residents are pretty low," said lhnchak, about Niles residents who ride the PACE bus system. After talking with residents at various meetings, lhnchak said that Nues residents would like to see more open space for people to walk around and enjoy being outdoors. Village Trustee Joe LoVerde, who is also the director of the Nues Park District, said that Niles being 'landlocked" is a challenge. "Sometimes it's frustrating when you see that acreage sitting there and you can't use it for anything," said Loverde, about Cook County Forest Preserve land. lhnchak said that they would like to see the village provide better access to the forest preserves, which will at least increase the perception of having more open space in town. The Environmental Action Plan will likely go in front of the NUes village board for adoption at the Feb. 26 village board meeting. U CORRECTON VST US NOW i') ALL NVENTORY An article published Feb. 14, 2013 entitled "District 67 officials are taking a restrained approach to referendum" should have stated that District 67 Superintendent Jamie Reilly's salary is the lowest among Superintendents in Nues Township and second-lowest in Cook County. U
7 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 Community pioneerlocal.com Milwaukee face lift nears finish BY GOR STUDENKOV Contributor The stretch of Milwaukee Avenue between Oakton and Monroe streets has plenty to offer. Dotted with stores, medical offices, law firms and fast food eateries, it tends to get decent customer traffic even on slow days. Banners and new light poles were added a few years ago, but there haven't been many other improvements. But that will change, as the Village of Niles embarks on the final leg of its the Milwaukee Avenue mprovement Project, which aims to clean up the road between Albion and Monroe streets. Construction has been ongoing since 2009, with different phases completed as funding became available. The village is currently in the midst of phase three, which covers the stretch between Neya and Oakton streets. Niles secured the funding for phase four earlier this month. Once the construction is finished, the final leg of the project will be complete. Like all the previous phases, phase four is largely funded through an llinois Transportation Enhancement Program grant. The grant is worth $747,840, which covers 80 percent of the phase's costs. Niles government will cover the remaining 20 percent. According to Charles Ostman, Nues Director of Community Development, the design for phase four hasn't been finalized. But when the village applied for the grants, the proposai included brick payers, decorative benches, planters and decorative fencing. The reaction from the businesses in question has been mixed. Zoren Lalich, owner of the Lauch Deli, feels that the improvements are long overdue. "We see other parts of Niles get improvements, but we haven't seen a whole lot of that here," he said. "[Area] businesses are getting left behind." While Lauch feels that his business in particular gets decent traffic, he believes that beautification could benefit the corridor as a whole. "lt's all about eye candy," he said. "f you improve roads and sidewalks, people will want to spend more time here." Dominic Celli, owner of Celli's Beef, couldn't disagree more. " think this is the biggest waste of time and money," he said. "The construction projects [along Milwaukee Avenue] resulted in lane closures, more traffic and major intersections, which hurt local businesses." Celli said that earlier phases had negative effect on his business, and he wasn't look- ng forward to more of the same. " lost business because people couldn't get in and out of my parking lot because of back-ups," said Celli. "Some people who would come here during lunch break are choos- ng not to come because they don't know if they'll have enough time to get in, get lunch and get back to work." Construction is due to start in spring Making time is easy - just fly Porter to downtown Toronto. porter flying refined Save up to two hours on your next roundtrip journey with Porter's convenient downtown Toronto airport location and legendarily smooth check-in. And out how to add m Book online, call or contact your travel agent. flyporter.com
8 8 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL ricommunity pioneerlocal.com Cities splits from village BY TRACY GRUEN Contributor The Nues Sister Cities Association has officially seceded from the Village of Nues and it will remain a 501 C-3 private corporation. "The village was runfling it," said Sister Cities President George Alpogiafis. "t was being run as a commission." " don't think it was being run properly," said Alpogianis, who described it as a "vacation club" for some village officials. Since it has been separated from the Village of Nues, the corporation would have to petition the village board if they wanted support for an event, such as the annual Taste of Sister Cities. Village Attorney Joseph Annunzio said that the Sister Cities has been putting on the event without the village's assistance. Now that the association has separated from the village, Alpogianis said that Commander Dennis McEnerney has stepped down from the Sister Cities board, because he is a police officer for the Village of Niles. Annunzio has also stepped down from serving on the Sister Cities Board. "We're sort of asking them to hold tight until we look at the bylaws and see what changes we need to make," said Alpogianis. The goal is to get other people from the community to be more involved in the association, including someone from Culver Dist. 71, the Niles Chamber of Commerce and the Niles Public Library. "We're not sure uf we're going to expand on the board or create an advisory board," said Alpogianis. The newly appointed board of directors consists of Alpogianis as president, Dave Laske as first vice president, Julie Genualdi as second vice president, Elizabeth "Cooky" Kraus as secretary and Yee Kim as treasurer. " think someone from the board or the mayor should be someone that sits on the board of advisors," said Alpogianis. Alpogianis said that one of their major ideas is to add a sister city in Korean and Germany. "They are two very large populations don't feel are represented in our village," said Alpogianis. Alpogianis said another idea is tocreate a German style Christmas market and invite people of all ethnicities to participate. He said they would also offer holiday storytelling. "We've got a lot of great ideas," said Alpogianis. Alpogianis said they are trying to get people from all parts of the town involved in the Sister Cities Association. "We're trying to expand it out to our community," said Alpogianis. The newly organized Sister Cities Association will meet at 6 p.m. at the Niles Public Library on the fourth Monday of each month. To Advertise Here, Please Call Jake Witcpalek or SUPROR (HMNY $RVK$. (ORP Multiple Trucks Fully Equipped To Serve You, Six Days A Week, Year Round! All Technicians are Nationally Certified Fireplace, Furnace Flue & Dryer Vent Sweeps All Chimney Problems Corrected BB. Tuckpointing, Rebuilding & Waterproofing T Fireplace & Furnace Flue Relining Fully nsured-guaranteed Satisfaction. SERVCE NOT SALES!.,' m M$S fivicg -w We Service & nstall All Popular Brands!. Furnaces Air Conditioners Call M1ke773.' BARTLEY'S HEATNG & COOLNG pecks: Furnace : Cleaning $69 Humidifiers Electronic Air Cleaners w/thii dl J Your Community Since 7965 A CLEAN UNT S MORE COST-EFFCENT! 24 Hr. Servke Free Est.. Fulfr Bondedjins ChimneSweejDryer Vent Fireplace or Furnace Flue (Standard Sweep Only) Superior Chimney Services, Corp. Full Service Maintenance & Restoration Experts NQ val,d wrth other coupons or dscountsf Toll Free *FREE 14 pt Written Certified nspeciion and Photo Documentation Via with Every Sweep CHM-FX ( ) èeps (Standard Sweep Only) Superior Chimney Services, Corp. Full Service Maintenance & Restoration Experts Not yand with Other coupons or iiscounts. CÑriìey Rèpairé (Masonry repairs, relining or any initial visit repair) Superior Chimney Services, Corp. Full Service Maintenance & Restoration Experts Nat,aid woh other coupons or discounts. Toll Free Toll Free 1877-CHMFX ( ) CHM-FX ( )
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10 THURSDAY, JOEL 10 - : FEBRUARY NL ':. Community pioneerlocal.com 11h(4:Á L; ' s.:.;. \ \' 1* / 4'& -L. ', : ; :f4 : ' 4 'q *,4_ Community College students Holly Jensen of Morton Grove (left) and Esraa Oakton Eltayeb of Evanston participate in Oakton Community College's One Billion Rising event on Valentine's Day on the Skokie campus. LERNER-Sun-Times Media f".... LLWOS...-. ir '., t'd5c4t',(!. - ;'/'$q','jìf GracJes 4th-&th Saturday February 23re ' 4:30-6:OOpm Tuesôay Fe'ruary 26th 7:30-9:00 pm High School Sunday March 3r Wednesday March 6th isu- 5:00-6:3Opm 15U- 7:30-9:OOpm 16U- 6:30-:00pm 16U - 7:30-9:00 pm 17U- 7:30-9:OOpm 17U- 7:30-9:00 pm /*h(/ r,'.2ír;' SFRNG FEE: $695 (Reversile Unftorm, shooting shirt, t-shirt, bag, 5 tournaments) All team5 practice twice a week at: Maine East High School 2601 W. Pemp5ter Street, Park Ridge, llinois 6006e Visit our we'site at for more details. FYOU MENTON THS APYOU WLL RECEVE i FREE ONE HOUR TRANNG SESSON!!!! lfyou have any cuestions please contact: Aaron London at or Scott Lidskin at or Oakton raises awareness about violence to women BY MKE SAACS On a day usually reserved for romance and sweet talk, some Oakton Community College students and staff became part of a worldwide awareness event calling attention to violence against women throughout the world. Sponsored by Oakton's Women's and Gender Studies Program, the "One Billion Rising" protests were held both at the Skokie and Des Plaines Campuses, 45-minute demonstrations empowering women and men to stand up against global violence against women. Similar events occurred throughout the region, the country, even the world, and Oakton wanted in. n fact, said Oakton student Abigail Thomas, who helped with choreography for a universal dance that was part of every protest, 200 countries participated in the One Billion Rising demonstrations. Thomas, 19, helped lead three sessions in preparation for the dance. She had much enthusiasm when she heard about the project - in part because she has worked a suicide hotline before and understands the rampant violence against women worldwide. "The subject is very personal and dear to me," said the freshman who wants to be a child psychologist. That Thomas started dancing at age 2 also made her an ideal choice to help participants get ready for the empowering dance. "We are inviting one billion women and those who love them to walk out, dance, rise up, and demand an end to this violence," states the One Billion Rising website. "One Billion Rising will move the earth, activating women and men across every
11 Community pioneerlocal.com Time is NL THURSDAY,FEBRUARY Family Oakton Community College Women's and Gender Studies teacher Angela Kooz participates n One Billion Rising last week on the Skokie campus. The national campaign is meant to raise awareness about violence against women. JOEL LERNER-Sun-Times Media "e, A.- country. V-Day wants the world to see our collective strength, our numbers, our solidarity across borders. 'What does one billion look like? On 14 February 2013, it will look like a revolution." The organizers said the demonstrations were intended as a global strike, an invitation to dance, and a cali to men and women to refuse to participate in the status quo until rape and rape culture ends. The numbers are staggering and sobering. One in three women on the planet will be raped or beaten in her lifetime, according to the United Nations Development Fund for Wornen. One billion women have been violated. "Women do not have to be victimized," said Kathleen Carot, chairwoman of Oakton's Women's and Gender Studies Program. All of us can make change happen - both men and women. This is about standing up and letting our voices be heard." Mostly women but also a few men participated in the dance in the lobby of Oakton's Skokie campus. They followed the dance steps that were displayed on a TV screen that took them through the 15-minute number. The lyrics were all about empowerment and not accepting the status quo that has led to suffering and tragedy throughout the world. " raise my arms to the sky. On my knees pray. 'm not afraid anymore. will walk through that door." Rose Novil, professor of Library Services at Oakton, danced right beside Carot and other staff and students, moving her feet, thrusting her arms into the air. ' wanted to be part of this," she said. 'lt's one of the beautiful parts of Oakton. People come together and can stand up and speak out for what is right." Myles Glasgow of Skokie, a parent who came to support the cause, said that too many men "grow up very afraid" and cope with life through violence. This was the inaugural One Billion Rising event. Oakton participants said they anticipate their school becoming a regular part of the global movement every Valentine's Day. At one point during the event, Carot looked at her kids as she said they were all there "so little ones don't have to live in fear." For more information on the One Billion Rising event, access www. onebillionrising.org. For more information about Oakton's Women's and Gender Studies Program, visit Oakton-WGS on Facebook. Commute to Uowntown? Work out before work, at lunchtime, or before you catch your train. UNON STATON WEST LOOP OAK PARK Above frain station Near Ogilvie Green line train at atiackson & Canal Transportation Center Harlem on Lake ALSO AT: EAST LAKEVEW HALSTED & BELMONT LNCOLN PARK OLD TOWN GOLD COAST SOUTH LOOP Two-hour free parking at all locations. WORK oui 36 limes N YOUR FRST 90 DAYS AND EARN YOUR ENROLLMENT FEE BACK Plus, receive 4 FREE one-hour Personal Training or Pilates sessions. *ffr expires 2/28/ Restrictions apply FTNESS FORMULA CLUBS ffc.com
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14 14 * THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Police Blotter pioneerlocal.com The following incidents were listed in the reports of the Ni/es Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of/aw can make that determination. DSORDERLY CONDUCT Laura Walsh, 44, of 6808 N. Northwest Hwy., Chicago, was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass on the morning of Feb. 9. An employee of a store on the 5600 block of Touhy Avenue told police that a woman, later identified as Walsh, was locked inside a restroom stall, screaming and refusing to leave the store. Police said Walsh, who appeared to be intoxicated, exited after about 20 minutes and was taken into custody. She has a March 13 court date. DU Brian Whittle, 46, of 7155 Lee St., Niles, was charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident on Feb. 8 after police responded to a hit-and-run accident at Harlem Avenue and Oakton Street. Police said the driver of the vehicle that was struck took a photo of the offending vehicle's license plate and driver, leading officers to Whittle's home where he was found to be allegedly intoxicated. He has a Feb. 26 court date. Nina Zwaig, 44, of 9128 Terrace, Niles, was charged with driving under the influence on Feb. 9 after she was stopped for a traffic violation on the 8600 block of Golf Road. She has a March 13 court date. Oweiss Ahmad, 26, of 8831 Grand, Niles, was charged with driving under the influence on Feb. 9 after he allegedly failed to stop for a red light prior to making a right turn onto Greenwood from eastbound Ballard Road at 1:55 am. He has a March 17 court date. Carlos Cuellar, 33, of the 5500 block of Lincoln Avenue, Morton Grove, was charged with driving under the influence on Feb. 11 following a traffic stop on the 7900 block of Milwaukee Avenue at 12:23 am. He has a March 27 court date. SUSPCOUS ACTVTY Police said a man attempted to fill fraudulent prescriptions for painkillers on Feb. 7 at a pharmacy on the 5600 block of Touhy Avenue. When the man was told his prescriptions would not be filled, he reportedly left the store. THEFT Ten cans of baby formula valued at $335 were reported stolen Feb. 6 from a store on the 9500 block of Milwaukee Avenue. Two wallets were reported stolen Feb. 6 from lockers inside the men's locker room at a fitness center on the 9200 block of Milwaukee Avenue. Another wallet and an iphone were stolen Feb. 7 from a man's locker. On Feb. 9 two teenagers reported personal items stolen from the upstairs gymnasium area of the Niles Family Fitness Center, 987 Civic Center Dr. A 2003 Oldsmobile was stolen Feb. 13 between 12:15 and 1:30 p.m. from a parking lot on the 9200 block of Milwaukee Avenue. The owner's wallet was also reportedly inside the vehicle. U ò The Finest Collection of Fireplace Accessories on the North Shore Since 1993 FREPLACESPLUS Visit our virtual FiresideCoection.com Contact us today at (847) for a Free n-home Consultation. '' lu U. U lu U U.. U li li l w U.u U U U :::::::: U Sign up for daily newsletters at Best Brands Handcrafted Gas Logs Contemporary Style European Collection We carry the best brand gas logs on the North Shore. Call today and receive free installation with any gas log purchase See store for details. Two Convenient Locations 00 North Milwaukee Avenue Vernon Hills, llinois West Ohio Street Chicago, llinois to Serve You Better (847) or (847) GAS-LOGS ( ) (31 2) STAY CONNECTED TO YOUR COMMUNTY!
15 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Community pioneerlocal.com Open wide: College launches new dental clinic [imkesaacs corn SKOKE For Sanford-Brown College's dental hygiene students and for the cornmunity they're soon to serve, Feb. 12 was a day about which to smile. The schools new dental hygiene clinic is all about smil- ng - making smiles brighter and whiter, regardless of the patient's ability to pay. "Win-win" is an overused cliche to be sure, but it's hard to describe this week's open- ng of the new dental hygiene clinic in any other way; students will receive hands-on experience in a state-of-theart clinic, and the community will gain an option for free dental care. Sanford-Brown educators said the creation of a dental hygiene clinic was always to be part of the program. "With the growing need for preventative oral care and the flexibility a career in dental hygiene may provide, the dental hygiene program is an incredible opportunity to pursue a career in the dental field," Dr. Shirley Beaver said about a year ago, when the new program was first announced. "Our goal is to build a foundation that will help students pursue opportunities with the knowledge and clinical experience they need to succeed." Beaver last week said that when she was hired to lead the program, it was always Sanford-Brown College Clinical nstructor Katherine Barnum (right) of Arlington Heights works with student Marcia Meadors of Chicago in the new Dental Hygiene Clinic, which opened this week. BUZZ ORR-Sun-Times Media under the concept of creating a dental hygiene clinic so students could offer care to the community. That concept became rea - ity at last week's grand opening when the new dental hygiene clinic was shown off for the first time. The clinic includes 15 stations allowing more than half of the class to work on patients at once. Educators said there is about $1 million in equipment at the new dental hygiene clinic, a benefit to both the students and the patients they'll see. All of those students were on hand last week to celebrate the clinic, which they have been looking forward to since the start of their academic training. "We've been working so hard to get to this point," said Angie Abdin, president of Sanford-Brown College's dental hygiene class of "There is no way we could get this kind of learning if we didn't have the Clinic." "The hands-on experience is so important," echoed student Liz Raya, of Chicago. Student Blanca Kacouris, of Chicago, also appreciated the opportunity the students now all have. "Without this kind of practice, we couldn't be prepared to work in dental offices," she said. That may be why nearly 30 students, all wearing their purple dental hygiene SANFORD- BROWN DENTAL HYGENE CLNC Where: Sanford-Brown College, 4930 Oakton St. When: Grand opening: last week. The clinic was scheduled to open for business Feb. 18. Services: Assessments, patient education, radiographs, cleanings, sealants and fluoride treatments. nformation: For information and appointments, call (847) uniforms last week, could be seen smiling throughout the celebration. Their excitement was palpable as they listened to speakers and walked through the new clinic. "You students are going to see these people in the community and make a difference in their lives," said Skokie dentist Susan Becker Doroshow, secretary of the Chicago Dental Society. Doroshow made one of the most impassioned speeches of the day when she told students that their career is about so much more than fixing teeth. These students will help people in ways that they probably don't even realize, she said. "You won't see the hole in their heart that you fixed," she told students before ca ling the clinic "a place where magic can happen." That may sound a little hyperbolic, unless you know the need that exists in the community. n 2012, for example, the Skokie Review visited Jane Stenson School, where more than 50 percent of the student enrollment is classified as low-income. A team of dentists under the llinois Mobile Dentists program came to Stenson that day to provide dental screenings for those who could not afford them. They were busy from morning until afternoon. The free checkups included cleanings, fluoride and sealants to prevent cavities - services that the Sanford-Brown clinic will now be able to provide. At the clinic's opening, Dr. David Miller of the llinois Department of Public Health told dental students it was up to them to make a difference in the community and in the state. Chicago Dental Hygienists' Society President Kasia Jiminez said the Clinic will "open many doors of opportunity for students and the community." Also on hand to congratulate the students and school was Dr. Darryl Pendleton, associate dean for student and diversity affairs with the University of llinois Chicago College of Dentistry. But for all the words spoken on this happy day of celebration, it was really a day about smiles - the smiles on the faces of the students and the smiles that these students will soon help create in the community. Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen emphasized that same point. "t's really about the smiles on the faces of the young people," he declared before cutting the ribbon, signaling that the Sanford-Brown Dental Hygiene Clinic in downtown Skokie is now open for business.
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21 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Chicago, Springfield, Washington csw pioneerlocal.com What it means to you TAX DOLLARS AT WORK CHCAGO SPRNGFELD WASHNGTON O'Hare to get $30-an-hour hotel suites for weary travelers Air travelers will soon have a place to rest their weary heads between flights at O'Hare Airport - and it won't be those infamous cots opened in passenger terminals during snowstorms. With assurances that O'Hare will not become a 'no-tell motel," the City Council agreed last week to allow second-floor space in the rotunda between Terminals 2 and 3 to be turned into 29 extended-stay suites" for weary air travelers. Minute Suites plans to offer suites for $30-anhour or $120 overnight for travelers in by 11 p.m. and out by 7 am. The 62-square-foot suites will include a daybed sofa, workstation, high-definition TV and personal computer with nternet access. Aldermen signed off on the agreement, one of 10 new concessions at a dozen locations at O'Hare domestic terminals expected to collectively generate at least $5.6 million in annual revenues for the city. But not before Aviation Commissioner Rosemarie Andolino put to rest their concerns about creating a staging round for terrorists and about hourly rentals that could turn Minute Suites into a haven for sexual trysts. - Chicago Sun-Times lfinois Senate OKs doctors' license fee hike to retire debt The llinois Senate approved a measure last week to raise physicians' licensing fees to $700 to help the state rehire workers who license and investigate doctors. The Senate voted on the bill in an attempt to retire a deficit in the medical unit of the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation by temporarily raising a three-year doctor's license to $700. The unit's budget woes forced more than half of the department's medical watchdog staff to be laid off last month. llinois officials and doctors have been at odds for months over how to adequately and fairly fund the unit. While both sides acknowledge that physicians' license fees should increase, they cannot agree on how much. They also disagree on whether the department should take a short-term loan to rehire the 18 staffers who were let go Jan. 15. The Senate proposal, sponsored by Senate President John Cullerton, now moves to the House for consideration. Separate legislation awaiting House action mimics the Senate measure in borrowing $6.6 million from a tax fund for rehiring staff. But the House version, sponsored by Speaker Michael Madigan, permanently raises the fee to $ The Associated Press House votes to extend pay freeze for federal workers The House voted Friday to extend a pay freeze for federal workers, already in effect for more than two years, for another nine months. Republicans, who largely backed the measure, said it would save $11 billion in the long run and that economically secure public servants could go a little longer without a raise. Most Democrats, and the White House, criticized the bill as an example of anti-government bias and said Republicans, instead of debating a bill that has little chance of advancing in the Democratic-controlled Senate, should be concentrating on avoiding the pending automatic cuts to federal programs that could have a painfut effect on the economy. The House measure, approved on a vote, blocks an executive order issued by President Barack Obama last December that would give the nation's 2 million civilian federal workers a 0.5 percent cost-of-living raise from March 27, when the current federal spending agreement expires, through the end of the year. The White House has indicated it will also indude a 1 percent federal pay increase in its 2014 budget proposal. - The Associated Press
22 22 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Opinion VEWPONT Pioneer Press 1,000 WORDS Jack Higgins Preschool works Study after study shows that kids who go to high-quality preschool do much better in the long run. For at-risk children, there is no better social investment we can make. Kids who complete a good preschool program graduate high school in greater numbers, earn more as young adults and are less likely to go to jail. President Obama wants to use federal money to reach all low- and moderate-income 4-yearolds and to create a partnership with states, which largely oversee government preschool programs, to encourage them to reach all 4-year-olds. Conservatives already are dismissing this as another government attempt to throw money at programs that don't work. They are right to raise concerns about the uneven quality of preschool programs. Just three in 10 4-year-olds are in what's considered a good program, based on a review by the National Center for Education Statistics. But this is a chance to make preschool better and more accessible so that every 4-year-old child can go to a quality program, not just a lucky few. 2o5 'd 14Oc(E:Ys AC1C JT VJE'RE STELL :&,ALS, 1iTh' AS1TS AÑ LOST Football dangers deserve a closer look f you care about the future of high school football and the safety of student athletes who play the game, plan to attend a forum Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Vernon Hills High School auditorium. The forum is organized by State Rep. Carol Sente, who has sponsored legislation in Springfield for schools to limit football tackling practice to just one day a week. The legislation is aimed at addressing the growing concern about the safety of football, specifically the long-term damage that can be caused to the brain by repeated blows to the head over time. People will question the merits of the legislation on all sorts of grounds. How can schools monitor every practice? How can you teach football without teaching tackling? What about blocking? There are head blows in blocking, too. Sente deserves kudos for raising the issue. The real question is about the future of high school football. n light of the lawsuit filed by a growing number of former pro players - up to 4,000 now - against the NFL, how can any entity which serves young athletes sanction football? What high school or college would RMD BLA Y SER also want to be liable for potential brain damage to thousands of former high school and college players? Will there come a time when high schools can't get insurance for the football team? Sentes legislation, which is now in committee in the General Assembly, might be considered the first death knell, or the first salvo, depending on your point of view, about the high school game. Football is going to change. The question is whether youth football can survive. Commentator Bob Costas, on the TV program "Meet the Press" on Super Bowl Sunday, said: "The way football is currently played in the NFL is fundamentally unsustainable." President Obama weighed in, too, saying that if he had a son he'd think twice about letting him play football. Now we have Sentes proposal. But if football is so dangerous to young people that it has to be limited, why stop there? Should schools allow it at all? Logically, that's the next question, because research shows that it is the repeated blows to the head over time, not necessarily concussions, that are causing problems. f schools ban soda and candy from vending machines because students might become overweight, repeated blows to the head looks like the greater danger to the health and safety of students. That's the underlying issue every school is going to confront sooner or later. The debate starts Feb. 25.
23 My car needed an oil change, so took it in. always get the oil changed promptly. had a PA car once didn't and, well, that's a story only Edgar Allan Poe could write. So, take my car in regularly now. But with some trepidation. Because don't want to spend any more than for an oil change, which means have to get by the car-repair adviser. lt is obvious need my car in working order. f t isn't can't get where want to go, or could wind up taking a horizontal tour of a hospital emergency room. Like so many people have no idea how a car works. f you told me it was all gerbils on a treadmill 'd probably believe it. So, sit on the edge of a plastic chair in the waiting area and watch the ladies of "The View" as the car-repair adviser critically and somewhat disdainfully examines my car while the oil is being changed. He returns. "Sir, notice one of your windshield wipers sticks." Yes? Can you change it? 'We could. But the manual says that a stuck windshield wiper is a sign that you need new brakes, a new transmission, four new tires and a paint job." SASSUL ONE Opinion pioneerlocal.com Car-repair fear is the wheel deal ;Nì< es Herald-Spectator Wants to Hear from You Can put that off for a while? "You could. But it's possible the steering wheel can snap back and impale you as the seats burst into flame." Heavens. How much would t be to fix that? Since don't want to be skewered while bursting into flame sign off on the repairs. The garage makes a tidy profit and Madison (the car-repair adviser's daughter) gets a college education. That's what 'm afraid will happen as sit, poised on the edge of the chair in the waiting room as Barbara Walters goes on about the most interesting people of the year, none of whom am. see the adviser through the glass, hands on hips staring down at my car, much as a vascular surgeon might look at a heart-transplant patient. He writes something on a clipboard and strides back into the waiting area. 'Mr. Sansoon?" Yes. "You're OK, but it's just about time to have your fuel injectors cleaned." think 'll wait on that. Maybe next time. Oh, baby! 'm out with just an oil change. Oh, and a new air filter. Oh, had them rotate the tires, too. Oh, and had to have that windshield wiper repaired, of course. Please send your Letters to the Editor to Niles Herald-Spectator, 3701 W. Lake Ave., Glenview, L Please keep letters to 250 words or fewer. The Herald-Spectator reserves the right to edit letters for length, clarity and content. All letters must be signed to be published. Book On!ine andsave on MidwayAirport Parking Call 866 and menti Guarantee your. MDWPARK now! ti' kirk Ride Fy5200 West47thStreet Forest View, L (888) ft,dthuonattoxes appy. May not bt mbl,& wfth other *scoim. NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, DA FRE with a three day minimum stay tly bc' ' toff l-55 air exits, only a few minutes from the Midway terminal ndoor Rate STAY CONNECTED TO YOUR COHÑUNTY! S(25 *7 sign up lor daily newsletters at s',.. 4 i THE BUYER'S f FLEA MARKET ' Chicagoland's Largest ndoor - Outdoor i ( j Me,,, D,,p,c,,tod SHOPN HEATED COMFORT,. FOOD COURT & PARKNG 1 CASH STATON (1' 'J TO RECEVE YOUR FREE DAY Book online at and enter. lu... l lu U l... llululll lllllu W. DVSON ST, al kolma, 2 Bocs East at Cicero te. Open Sat t Sus 8AM-5PM ndoot Dealer Space Available Seller's Special. Sell your used Merchandise \ Only - $15/Day Sat. or Sun. MP WPAR K i , Serving you for 30 years l U lu... llllllu 1llllu. U l... '' lllullu J SWAP j-j 3 GREAT FLEA MARKTS Evety SAT. & SUN. 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. 4iip Also WEDNESDAY! 7 am. - 2 p.m. 4350w. 129th St. Ashland Ave., THURSDAY! 7 am. - 3 p.m. OUTDOORS ONLY 4200 SOUTH ASHLAND - CHCAGO Mefrose Park Aiso FRDAY! 8 am. - 3 p.m WEST LAKE STREET isil Ohul s%%ap-o-rama.(on * per Day Outdoor Rate Wc re located 1½ méles from Mklway Awport, just a short ride to the terminal Continuous shuttle operation, dooi-to.door service. Our shuttles run on demand, no waiting. 24/7 Fully feìced & patrolled lot with a state-of-the-art camera system Airportindoor Rate '31 /day Airport Outdoor Rate 14/doy u.. U i. u. U ii U U U.....Uliii $UUU 1... u.u.... ul Call to place your ad!
24 24 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Li Opìnion pioneerlocal.com Question of the Week Q "What is the most memorable new event you've seen on TV?" People Poll AST WEE('5 QUESTON THS WEEK'S QUESTON 'What draws you to watch the State of the Union address?' :rçpon:fç "What kind of Pope do you expect to replace Pope Benedict?" pr. oons The policy: 23% 1) More traditional. A Devin Faus Schaumburg A Shaivoria Tiller Chicago Jennifer Jacob! Skokie A Aiemee Gueco Bartlett The pageantry: 7% Patriotism: 7% 2) More progressive. 3) Status quo. " would say the NU shooting or 9/11. Those are what stick out most for me." "Probably the first election of Ba rack Obama." " think the most memorable was the Sandy Hook shootings." "When Michael Jackson died." 3) don't watch: 63% To respond to this week's People Poll question, visit niles.suntimes.com Your guide to the weekend and beyond
25 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, o School ucation in Focus Maine high schools to require laptops JENNFER JOHNSON PARK RDGE The way Maine Township high school students read their textbooks is about to change. Beginning next school year, incoming freshmen and sophomores will be required to purchase a Chromebook laptop computer during summer book sales. lt's a new initiative from the District 207 Board of Education, which recently approved the $1.07 million purchase of over 3,000 Chromebooks for the first year of a three-year roll-out. The district will be reimbursed when families pay for the computers through their technology fee. The cost per Chromebook, which includes cords and a protective cover, is currently estimated at $319, said Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Barb Dill-Varga. "lt's a device that will allow students to access digital resources, in some cases replacing their print textbook," Dill-Varga said. The computers will belong to the students once they purchase them and will be used to download digital books, access nternet resources, share documents through Google, turn in East High School science teacher Aida Awad, center, instructs students who are using Chromebooks, a type of laptop computer, as part of a pilot program this year. CONTRBUTED PHOTO Maine assignments and take exams, Dill-Varga explained. One of the benefits of the computers is that families could likely see savings, as digital textbooks cost relatively less than printed textbooks, she added. During January a meeting of the District 207 Education Committee, Dill-Varga explained that digital books can cost as little as $20, while printed textbooks can range from $90 to $120 for Maine students. "lt's the right time for us to start to shift away from the high cost of printed textbooks," Dill-Varga said. The district is floating the option of letting families pay for the computers in four installments over the first year. They also have an existing program in place to help families who cannot afford the cost of the computers, Dill-Varga explained. Chromebooks run on the Google Chrome operating system and are among the least expensive laptops. The Chromebooks purchased for District 207 students have safeguards in place that are intended to keep students from visiting nternet sites they should not be looking at during class, particularly when they are taking exams, Dill-Vargasaid. Teachers will also have the ability to view the computer screens of every student, she added. Maine East High School science teacher Aida Awad has been piloting Chromebooks in her geology class this school year. "lt's surprising, but they really do love them," she said of her students. Awad explained that some of the advantages of using this particular type of laptop include the speed, eight-hour battery life and ability to resume a project in seconds after closing the computer. "That's a really big advantage, that you can seamlessly move from using the device to doing something else," Awad said. She also uses the Chromebooks to incorporate online video into her instruction and to have students store reports and research papers in a Google Document file that Awad can access and offer feedback on. "They have dramatically changed how teach and how a lot of other teachers teach," she explained. "We have really moved much more toward student-centered learning." But students are not be the only ones who will need to adjust to their new virtual classroom. Teachers will also require lessons in working with Chromebooks. "There are a lot of details to work out, not the least of which is professional development for teachers," Dill- Varga said. "nstructively, it will be an important change that the teachers will have to think about."
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The appointments become effective on July 1. The district is reorganizing so that, beginning in the school year, a new Humanities Department structure will be in place that will include English, reading and history. Sanlida Cheng will be director of humanities at Nues West High School and Tony Bradburn will be director of humanities at Niles North. Cheng and Bradburn will work with the English and reading and social studies departments over the next year to align curriculum content so that literacy skills are specifically reinforced and emphasized through the scope and sequence of all humanities classes. Cheng has been director of English and reading at Nues West since She serves on the Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) panel for the evaluation of new teachers. She began at West as an English teacher in Cheng earned a master's degree in administration from National-Louis University and a master's in teaching English from the University of Chicago. Her bachelor's in Engish is also from the University of Chicago. Tony Bradburn has been director of English and Reading at Nues North since Before that, he was Division Head for English and ESL for three years at Dundee Crown High School in Carpentersville. Prior to that, Bradburn taught English at Rolling Meadows High School and served as a staff development coordinator. Bradburn earned a master's in school leadership from Concordia University and a master's in teaching from Rockford College. He has a bachelor's in English from llinois State University. The Board also appointed assistant directors of special education at both schools: Edward Pieczynski at Nues West and Page Powell at Niles North. Pieczynski has been a Special Education teacher in the district since 2005 and for the past two years has been Special Education Coordinator at West. Powell has been North's special education coordinator for two years. Prior to that she was a special education teacher at North in the Bridges transition program. Both Page and Pieczysnki started in District 219 as paraprofessionals. Nues West presents "The mportance Of Being Earnest" The Niles West Theater Department presents Oscar Wilde's comedy "The mportance of Being Earnest" Feb. 21 through 23 in the Black Box Theatre at 5701 W. Oakton St., Skokie. This biting and satirical British comedy pokes fun at high-society rules through three acts of knee-slapping wit and farcical mistaken identity. Performances are 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students, senior citizens and children. For tickets, call (847) or visit A free community performance will be held at 10 am. Feb. 21. The cast of "The mportance of Being Earnest": Alex Wood as John "Jack" Worthing; Cameron Broderick, Algernon Moncrieff; Susy Montoya-Quinchia, Gwendolen Fairfax; Sharon Pasia, Cecily Cardew; Elissa Hoffman, Lady Bracknell; Mira Berkson, Miss Prism; Rudy Newman, Rev. Dr. Chasuble; Andre Eramia, Merriman; and Peter Garbis, Lane. The Production Team for "The mportance of Being Earnest": Andy Sinclair, director; Steven George, technical director/scenic design; Kimberly Morris, costume/ properties design; Charlotte Rathke, lighting design; Adam Rosenthal, sound design; Cynthia Philbin and Jackie Garvey, Box Office management. The Crew Heads include: Aria Cadwell and Merrick McWherter, assistant directors; Daniel Bedoya, stage manager; Scott Albaum, Assistant Stage Manager; Maria Coss, Costume Head; Samantha Elkin and Brian Sands, Head Carpenters; Cynthia Ruberry, Master Electrician; Lila Gilbert, Scenic Artist; Becca Gratch, Paint Lead; and Renee Castillo-Ralon, Prop Mistress. The Production Crew: Janessa Arango, Mikey Edelstein, J.T. Fontelera, Thea Gonzales, Rosebud Johnson, Asha Lodhia, Nicole M iller, Josephine O'Shaughnessy, Samantha Abbie Padillo, Lauren Patt, Hannah Pratt, Amanda Pusateri, Emma Ryan, Elisabeth Schapmann and Emma Zivkovic. Artists earn awards in Scholastic Art and Writing Competition An astounding 70 Niles Township High School District 219 artists earned recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, an organization that identifies teens with exceptional literary and artistic talent. The competition, founded in 1923, is the nation's longest-running, largest, most prestigious program for creative teenagers in the visual and literary arts. Notable past winners include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Richard Avedon, Robert Redford and Joyce Carol Oates. The awards are an important opportunity for students to be recognized for their creative talents. Teens in seventh- through 12th-grades can apply in 30 categories of art and writing for the chance to earn scholarships and have their works exhibited or publ ished. Gold Key winners have achieved the highest level of recognition on the regional level. Their work is sent to compete on a national level for scholarships. Gold Key winners, Niles North: Andrew
27 N'THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, School pioneerlocal.com Ardelean, photography; Richa Basnet, design; Marom Benzaken, drawing; Lianne Coballes, drawing; Serena Hocharoen, mixed media and drawing; and Diana Shlikhtova, drawing. Nues West: Denise Alasu, photography; Rebecca Bujdei, photography; Amanda Lay, photography; Jessica Klier, photography; Kira Pulley, photography and digital art; Rosey Saro, photography; Justyna Magiera, ceramics; Karoline Nissan, ceramics; Ema Zivkovic, photography; Nicole Nienow, watercolor and acrylic painting; and Edan Scott, watercolor. Silver Key winners demonstrate a high level of achievement. Approximately 10 to 15 percent of all regional submissions earn Silver Key Awards. Silver Key winners, Niles North: Andrew Ardelean, photography; Hoa Cao, design; Taylor Hillen, design; Justin Salomon, design; Kevin Luc, photography; Cone Adams, drawing; Shenar Dinkha, photography; Gabrielle General, drawing; Anna Hershinow, drawing; Serena Hocharoen, drawing; Alexa Jasenof, drawing; Noreen Khan, ceramic! glass; Marta Lemesh, photography; Kelsey Pedrosa, drawing; Anna Poloz, drawing; and Jungha Suk, drawing. Nues West: Jawariya Khan, photography; da Jacob, photography; Aisha Mahmood, photography; Kira Pulley, photography; Sarah Schierbeek, photography; Kate Silber, sculpture; Brendan Tiongson, photography; Jessica Phan, pen and ink, Beata Soltys, color pencil, Barbara Magiera, color pencil; and Nicole Nienow, mixed media. The Honorable Mention Award recognizes students with artistic potential. Approximately 15- to 20-percent of all regional submissions receive these awards. Honorable Mention, Niles North: Andrew Ardelean, digital art; Anna Durmic, photography; Saba Kalantarpour, design; Regina Roberg, photography (three awards); Corle Adams, drawing; Mali Gorovoy, drawing; Sarah Lewin, drawing; Mateo Ruiz, painting; and Victoria Sorin, drawing. Nues West: Narcis Ardelean, photography; Carly Talhami, photography and sculpture; Mike Wheeler, photography; Ema Zivkovic, photography; Summer Brunson, ceramics; Zohair Hussain, ceramics; Jessica Phan, pen and ink; Edan Scott, watercolor; Beata Soltys, color pencil; Barbara Magiera, mixed media; and Nicole Nienow, watercolor. The Alliance presents over $250,000 annually in awards and scholarships to top winners of the awards and their teachers. Niles North award winners are taught by Lori Real, Deanna Sortino and Amy Zwikel. Niles West teachers include: Deanna Sortino, Barb Wismer, John Zilewicz, and Christopher Sykora. Niles North DECA students raise awaieness of epilepsy Niles North High School DECA students Shazil Lakhani and Annie Modi worked on a recent DECA project to raise community awareness about epilepsy and seizures. They worked with the school's We Help Others (WHO) Club by arranging for the Danny Did Foundation (DDF) to speak to students. The Danny Did Foundation was founded by Mike and Mariann Stanton in January 2010 after their four-year old son Danny died from a seizure while sleeping. The mission of the DDF is to prevent deaths caused by seizures. Tom Stanton, Danny's uncle, recently spoke to students at Niles North. He said, 'lt was great to spend time with students at Niles North High School to talk about Danny's story, epilepsy and seizure safety. These leaders are members of the WHO Club - short for We Help others. They focus on service projects that help Danny Did and so many 0ther groups. Special thanks to students Shazil Lakhani and Annie Modi and teachers Mr. Sharma and Mrs. Dunham for organizing a productive day of awareness and education." 24/7 local covérage at PONEERLOCAL.com
28 28 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL SUPER CROSSWRD ACROSS 48 Riddle, 94 Verdugo or i My dear, in part 3 Kagan MUan 53 Fthi of XV 95 Repettious 8 Eay 54 Novelist learning calculators Santha 96 Moroseness 13 Miser visited Rama - 98 Hopes that by ghosts 55 n - (before one will 20 Protective birth) 101 Lube again plastic turn 56 Table 102 End of the 21 - rex (cat crumb riddle breed) 57 "Viva Apple line 22 Chewed the Vegas" 108 A, in Arfes fat 58 On top of, to offensive 23 Start of a bards (1968 nddle 59 - Martin attack) 25 Thaws again (British auto) 110 Gehng and 26 Procedure: 61 Cast - for Gosseft Abbi. 63 Pops 111 Very little 27 Muscle 64 Cuts short 114 Bacon slìces fitness 65 Riddle, 116 Riddle's 28 Sport - part 4 answer (4WD 70 LeBlanc ot 119 Saintvehicle) 'friends" (Loire's 29 Galley toot 73 Reminiscent capital) 30 A number of of 120 Six Flags 31 Riddle, 74 First Hebrew attractions part 2 month 121 Unable to 36 Painter 75 Bovine milk tear oneself Rousseau pitcher away from 38 n another 79 French i 22 Most tightly country buddy packed 39 Vision 80 Blowup, irr 123 At - of problem photog. )pnced at) 40 Klensch of 81 - Ungus 124 Energyfashion 82 Elk's call draining 41 Terse 85 Rebs gp. things denial 86 Paw bottom 44 Aviv 87 Riddle, DOWN 46 "Ad - per par 5 1 Crows' aspera' 91 Sharp insus calls (motto of 93 Municipal 2 n need of a Kansas) reg. massage 3 Thinks 42 Show a 81 "- shall through detcit come to logically 43 Albania's pass 4 "Boston capital 83 Pistol or nhe Legal" fig 45 Purple 84 Meadowland 5 tiki bar drink bloom 88 Clear, as a 6 The show's 47 Melodies chalkboard starting" 49 Melody 89 Dubs anew 7 Cigna nval 50 Alternative to 90 Russian city 8 Suffix with a 401 (k) or region lime 51 Twistable 92 Sacs 9 Desensitized little treats 97 Shows gn et fìlm set 52 "Nothin " 99 Like fictitious on Pandora 60 Frequently, tales 11 Show up at to a poet 100 Big name in 1 2 Ending for 62 Held the slretchy Benedict deed to swimwear 13 "Scat! 63 Stnp bare 101 Rebel as a 14 Second- 64 Slithering group order angel swimmer 102 Sacked 15 Cuptop 66 Narrow road 103 Not solidified 16 Baby 67 eet free to 104 Mop & - bodysuits send me" (cleaning 17 Like films not 68 Hanging brand) shot in a Gardens city 105 Karaoke studio 69 Comply with selections 18 Tie the knot 70 Atlas filler 106 Fran and 1 9 Ford dud 71 Merge into a 011ie's 24 Clutch single body friend sitter 72 Artificial inlet 112 'acte (play 29 More subject fo break) strange ebbs and i 13 Parts of 32 Berlin Mrs. flows psyches 33 Hit for the 76 Affecting the 115 Pittsburgh- Jackson 5 entire Boston dir. 34 Really irk college, say 116 Chorus 35 Smefting 77 Question syllable residues from Judas 117 Suffix with 36 - pin drop 78 Stand for a lobby or 37 Places of canvas hobby exile 80 The sun, in 118 Counterpart 41 "King" Cole Spain of "nope" i U ! ! g :173 i:! ! n w Q C SUD O KU BY LNDA THSTLE Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine, DFFCULTY THS WEEK: *** (*: Moderate: **: Challenging: ***: HOO BOY!) a King Features Synd.. nc HOROSCOPES For the week of February 27 to March 5 ARES (March 21 to April 19 Your soft-hearted self is drawn to a tempt- ng offer. But your hard-headed half isn't so sure. Best advice: Do it only after every detail is checked out to your liking, TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Your inventive mind should help you find a way to get around an apparently mpassable barrier and make yourself heard. Your efforts get you noticed by the right people. GEMN fmry 21 o June 20' You're enjoying this creative period. But by midweek, you'll need to emphasize your more pragmatic talents as you consider a risky but potentially lucrative move. CANCEP (June 21 to July 22) An unexpected rejection could turn into something positive if you pocket your pride and ask for advice ori how you can make changes that will make the difference. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Your Lions heart gives you the courage to push for answers to a job-related situation. Stay with it. You'll soon find more believers coming out the ranks of the doubters. vlrq (August 23 to September 22) Your curiosity pays off this week as you push past the gossip to find the facts. What you ultimately discover could lead you to make some changes in your plans. LBRA (September 23 to October 22) A new sense of enthusiasm helps get you out of on-the-job doldrums and back into a productive phase. Family matters also benefit from your more positive attitude. SCOPPO i"octohe 23 o November 21 A bit of nostalgia is fine. But don't stay back in the past too long or you might miss seeing the signpost up ahead pointing the way to a new opportunity. SAGTTARUS (Nnvemher 22 tn December 21) f you feel you need to take more time to study a situation before making a decision, do so. Don't let anyone push you into acting until you're ready. (ApÑ:CORN Decernber 22 to January 19) As the Great Advice Giver, the Goat really shines this week as family and friends seek your wisdom. Someone especially close to you might make a surprising request. AQUARUS (January 20 to February 18) Spiritual concerns dominate part of the week before more worldly matters demand your attention. An old promise resurfaces with some surprises attached. PSCES (February 19 to March 20) You're in a highly productive period and are eager to finish all the projects you've taken on. But don't let yourself get swamped. Take a breather now and again. BORN THS WEEK You have a gift for learning new things quickly and appfying your knowledge to best advantage where needed. e King Features Synd., nc. NEED A HNT? FND TE- E PUZZLE SOLUTONS ON PAGE 31
29 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, The best minds in medicine have built the best hospital in Chicago. The University of Chicago Medicine Center for Care and Discovery is at the forefront of neuroscience. Neurosurgeons like Dr. ssam Awad have helped design care models for the prevention of stroke and treatment of stroke patients. With a multidisciplinary team of neurologists, neurosurgeons and radiologists, we are dedicated to discovery, innovation and collaboration. Every day, we're advancing medicine to save the lives of patients with neurological diseases or uchospitals.edu J The best minds in medicineready for your greatest challenges. THE UNVERSTY OF CHCAGO MEDCNE Center for Care and Discovery The Sky Lobby offers a gathering place with views of chicago. Patient Rooms are large and hued with natural light. The center for Care and Discovery at The Uriiversty of Chicago campus. ssam A. Awad, MD Neurosurgeon Director, Neurovascular Surgery Our new hospital is located at Maryland and 57th in Hyde Park. Opening February 23
30 30 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Calendar Toddlers Submissions for Community Calendar are required 14 days preceding the date of publication. Send to: Nues Managing Editor, Pioneer Press, 3701 W. Lake Ave., Glenview L nformation may be faxed to (847) or ed to CENTER OF CONCERN Schedule 65+ O-3 The Center of Concern: 1580 N. Northwest Hwy., Suite 310, Park Ridge, (847) , ca lendar of events includes: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays - Low-cost income tax preparation (by appointment only). Mondays, Feb Employment counseling, by appointment. Wednesday, Feb Grief and loss support group (call first). Saturday, Feb Legal counseling, by appointment. Saturday, Feb Blood pressure and blood sugar testing, 10 am-noon (no appointment needed). Blarney Bash 65 Kids This event from 6;30-11 p.m. March 9 at Galvin's Public House, 5901 W. Lawrence Ave., Chicago, will benefit the Center Family of Concern. Cost is $30 per person and includes a corned beef dinner, entertainment by the Finbar Fagan Band, Shannon Rovers, Mulane Healy Godley rish Stepdancers, complimentary flights of rish beer from 7-8:30 and raffle prizes. Contact Dawn at the Center of Concern, (847) , Ext Assistance with forms 65 FAM Low-cost income tax preparation is available by appointment at the Center of Concern in Park Ridge on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings. Adults of all ages with annual incomes under $40,000 (excluding Social Security benefits) are eligible. The suggested donation for basic federal and state returns, includng schedules A, B, and D and forms for the earned income tax credit, is $40. More complex returns cost up to $60. The Center's offices are at 1580 N. Northwest Highway, Suite #310, in Park Ridge. Call (847) for an appointment. Homebound residents may ask to have atax preparer come w tneir nome. Teens 13+ Center counselors also are available to help eligible residents apply for llinois Circuit Breaker property tax relief grants and license plate discounts, llinois Cares Rx (prescription drug assistance), the senior citizen real estate tax exemption and deferral, the senior citizen tax assessment freeze, and the long-time occupant homeowner property tax exemption. CVC Niles Township Clerk i65+ Niles Township Clerk's Office is open 9 am.- 5 p.m. weekdays and evenings by appointment on the second and fourth Mondays of each month to accommodate residents with passport applications, voter registrations and temporary handicapped parking placards. To schedule an appointment at Niles Township in Skokie, call (847) CLASSES Animal assisted therapy Adults 18+ Seniors 65+ Rainbow Animal Assisted Therapy nc. offers "ntroduction to Animal Assisted Therapy" dog training classes at various locations, including 6042 W. Oakton St., in Morton Grove. The fee is $60. Contact Dorida King at or call (773) for schedules and locations. CLUBS Knights of Columbus 18+ North American Martyrs Council Chapter, Niles, provides ways for members to help others in the community while trying to improve their family and spiritual lives. Call Bob Galassi, (847) MOMS Club Northern Chicagoland group holds weekly activities (such as play groups, outings, museums, park dates) and monthly member meetings and Moms Night Out. Call (773) or visit google.com/site/momsclubofnorthernchicago or Nues Chapter Toastmasters 18 Meets 7:15 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Morton Grove Public Library, 6140 Lincoln Ave. Members learn how to feel comfortable and have self-confidence ta 1king to an audience. Call (847) FU N DRA SE RS st. Andrews Women Will hold their annual Flea Market from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 23 in the church all-purpose room, 260 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge. Fifty vendors will offer antiques, jewelry, collectibles, books, glassware and more. Sandwiches, drinks, snacks and sweets will be available at the snack bar. Admission is 50 cents. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans s co-sponsoring this event. Call the church office, (847) H EALTH Manicure and Mammogram FAM 65+ During March at Holy Family Medical Center's Women's maging Center, 100 N. River Road, Des Plaines, women who schedule their mammograms for any Monday in March will be treated to a relaxing spa-like atmosphere with a free mini-manicure. Local Park Ridge salon, Carmen Nicole's, will be on site to provide the free minimanicures. The "M is For Me" campaign will be available to women who schedule an appointment for Mondays, March 4, 11, 18, or 25. Call (847) to schedule a mammogram and manicure. H STORCAL SOCETY Fun program The Niles Historical Society will host the Rev. Britto Berchmans in a one-man show, "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet," on Feb. 24 in the Niles Historical Museum, 8970 Milwaukee Ave. Doors open at 1 p.m., short business meeting at 2 p.m. followed by the program, refreshments and socializing. All programs are family-oriented and open to all ages (residents and nonresidents). Free parking and refreshments; donations are accepted. Call (847) Hours for the public Niles Historical Museum: 8970 N. Milwaukee Ave., is open to the public 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Drop in, make arrangements for a tour, drop off artifacts
31 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Calendar pioneerlocai.com OD ODO DO W. and collections, or just come to visit. The new magnetic elevator makes the auditorium easily accessible. Call (847) LBRARY Nues Public Library: 6960 W. Oakton St., (847) or online at org. Registration is OCUS FOCUS Find at least six differences in details between panels pasjanai S! JAOJ XO 9 5u!ss!w S! YWqPJ'G s 6u!Ss,w Si Eej t' 'paaow S! WJV 5 EUSSW S! JJfl3 6U!SS/W S! 'H 1 :s&.duaaj,q PUZZLE ANSWERS See page 28 for this week's Super Crossword and Sudoku puzzles i required for most programs unless indicated otherwise. nternet programs Get free help with cornputer and tech-related questions from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Feb. 23. Experts will be on hand to work one-on-one. CA RA AC E T WH sy HE EL AB RA AS MA AM PA SL N F A BU MAC ASH T je DE N.S M AT AT S OF T U N A E A BA C Genealogist Steve Szabados will discuss the major online resources for genealogy research from 2-3:30 p.m. Feb. 24. He will unlock the secrets of FamilySearch, Ellis sland, Find a Grave, Ancestry, Hentage Quest and even the use of message boards to solve the brickwall problem. Nues Needlers S'CR O O G:.E DTF0N CHilNNED HENAME fijemelti,s E UTE 0:AjRSOME.E N M A T EDMUS CA L ABROAD BLEAR NOTME TEiL ASTRA AWl LDROAR NG l T E R O0 R T L1AS O ER A V 0.1 E DAD E N DS E L N E WH O B E CAM E ALANSAN EL E N 1.A...RB...E.. L E G E N D A R Y DÎU ET O s ORDELENAR RE 0M AMSTO LOUSTYP NGSK: L QN E T E lujo U!S E R S T HEL 0.N K;E Y N N E R D E S G LU E EST ACOST SAPP S C H O o w D E E s A T:E L NG To RS 65+ Those who love to knit or crochet can join others in the board room at 3 p.m. Feb. 28. Reading with Rover Children can build confidence when reading out loud with the library's friendly dogs as listeners from 7-8:30 p.m. Feb. 28; sign up for a 20-minute slot; for kids in kindergarten and older. Call (847) Film See "Moonnise Kingdom" from 2-3:45 p.m. Feb. 21. Shakespeare Project See "Twelfth Night" from 7-9;30 p.m. Feb. 22. Family movie s at 2 p.m. Feb. 25. Lego Club Join in from 4-5 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month to create Lego masterpieces in the Lego Club. For kids in kindergarten to eighth grade. RELGON Purim celebration Takes place Feb. 24 at Temple Judea Mizpah, 8610 Nues Center Road, Skokie - 10 am., Punim service with Megillah reading and Shpiel (play); 11:15 am., Carnival with moonwalk, basketball and other games, prizes, and hot dog lunch. $10/ person or $36/family (free for children under 5) includes all games, prizes, and lunch. No one turned away for inability to pay. Contact Maria Topp or Rabbi Amy L. Memis-Foler at (847) NLES SENOR CENTER The center offers membership to Niles residents age 55 and older and their spouses. Drop by the Nules Senior Center, 999 Civic Center Drive, Niles, or call (847) for an application. Visit click on Departments and then Senior. Registration required for most programs. 'Sunset Boulevard' See this production Feb. 21 at Drury Lane Theatre, 10 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Before the show, dine on soup, bread, veggies plus potato and choice of fettuccini Alfredo and sweet peas or chicken breast marsala. Cost is $64, members; $69, nonmembers. Lunch 65± Enjoy "Songs by the Fireside" at the center from 12:15-2:15 p.m. Feb. 27. Lunch will include salad, baked chicken, potato and dessert. Cost is $8, members; $12, nonmembers. ssues in the News 65+ Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 am. - This dynamic class is led by Arlene Golub and is filled with seniors from ali walks of life, retired or not, who want to keep abreast of a broad spectrum of what is occurring locally and worldwide. issues for discussion are brought up by class participants, and everyone's opinion is valued. SENORS Walking program Golf Mill Shopping Center: Hosting "Feats of Fitness," a mall-walking program Mondays through Saturdays, to enable seniors to walk within an enclosed environment. Health seminars and blood pressure screenings offered throughout the year every month from 9-10 am. on the second Wednesday. Call Golf Mill management office at (847)
32 32 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Business $ Spotlight Asían buffet dishes up rainbow 1BY TRACY GRUEN Contributor N lles Whether you're craving sushi, lobster or steak, the new Ginza Buffet that opened at Golf Mill Shopping Center on Feb. i offers it all. The contemporary restaurant offers more than 300 alyou-can-eat dishes that are prepared fresh every day. "We serve lobster, crab and oysters," said Owner Ken Chen. He owns the steak, seafood and sushi buffet with his partner, Sky Liu, who owns similar restaurants on the East Coast. Chen said they have a wide variety of sushi, includng tuna, salmon, yellow tail, rainbow roll and much more. He said lobster and sushi are very popular items that are found in the buffet that offers more than 50 special rolls. The restaurant serves primanly Japanese food, but also offers some Korean dishes as well. Some popular cold dishes include oysters in Ponzu sauce and jumbo shrimp cocktail. The restaurant offers more than 30 main entrees including lobster, scallops, beef ribs and more. Customers can also choose their own Ken Chen, at the front desk of Ginza at Golf Mill Center in Niles, is the owner of the new restaurant along with partner Sky Liu. JOE CYGANOWSK-For Sun-Times Media ingredients for a chef to cook in their stir-fry. Chen currently owns a smaller restaurant n Highland Park called Sushi Kori, which has been in business for about four years. Chen said he felt that NUes was the perfect place to open a seafood and sushi buffet, because of the large Korean and Asian population in the village. "Golf Mill is a very good location for that kind of business," said Chen, who said there's a lot of traffic in the mall and on Milwaukee Avenue. "We've been doing very good business," said Chen, about the restaurant's first couple of weeks in operation. Although the 10,000 square-food restaurant sports a contemporary look, Chen describes Ginza Buffet as a casual dining atmosphere. "A lot offamilies come to eat here," said Chen. Liu has been a chef for more than 10 years and Chen has been a sushi chef for eight years. f a customer feels something is missing from the buffet, such as Kung Pao chicken, the chefs will fulfill their request if possible. "They have done The new Ginza restaurant at Golf Mill Center in Niles features a sushi bar, among other offerings. JOE CYGANOWSK-For Sun-Times Media phenomena'," said Director of Marketing Director Monika Kalicki, who feels the restaurant will attract more people to the mall. Kalicki said that the seafood and sushi is of very high quality and always very fresh. Ginza Buffet has 18 full time employees and about six part time employees. The price of the lunch buffet is $11.95; and the dinner buffet is $21.95 on the weekdays and $25.95 on the weekend. Those who would like a chance to win dinner for two at the new Ginza Buffet restaurant can take a photo in front of the rose display at center court and it to corn to enter to win. The drawing will take place on Feb. 28.
33 When you call Krex Computers, you might be greeted by a recording that talks about the store's custom-built computer systems that include either a 5.25 or 3.5-inch floppy drive. While owner Al-Amin Lakhani admits the message is probably due for changing, he s proud of the fact that customers can indeed still find a variety of floppy drives at the Morton Grove store, something some of them need to access old data they've never transferred to a newer format. "We still have floppy drives. People still have data on floppy drives," Lakhani said. Lakhani got out of school in the 1980s, with a degree in computer science and he says more book knowledge than practical knowledge. "J went to work for a company and started really teaming," he said. n about 1990 he decided to go out on his own, and opened Computer Brain nc. in Skokie. He still owns that store, now in its second location since moving to Lincolnwood. Being in the same business, he knew Steve Krex and about four years ago leaned that Krex wanted to move on. "We started our businesses about the same time. We knew each other and when heard he wanted to sell out made him an offer," Lakhani said. Krex accepted, and Lakhani took over Krex Computers in Though many of the independent computer stores that sprouted up with the advent of personal computers long ago were driven out of business by big box stores and large computer retailers like Dell, Lakhani said his ability to provide personal service has allowed him to keep going. Lakhani and his staff at Krex build new systems for customers at the Morton Grove store. That enables them to customize a computer based on the customer's needs. n some cases, that may mean a more basic system for someone interested in simple tasks like word processing and , or a more powerful system with a fast, multi-core processor, snappy video card and lots of memory for a system designed for gaming. "All of our systems are custom-made," Lakhani said. "We try to find out what they want to do and then we make a recommendation. "We customize it to their needs. That's what we Business pioneerlocal.com Personal service computes for local shop BYLNE FORMAT t Morton Grove- Krex Computers, is one of a few remaining independent computer stores, t has been in business since Owner Al Lakhani. JOE CYGANOWSK-For Sun-Times Media specialize in," Lakhani said. "We use quality parts to build a system that suits their needs." The use of standardized components, from hard drives to optical drives and memory modules, makes it easier and often cheaper to replace a part that has failed or to upgrade a system. The cornponents, even something like the motherboard, are easily replaceable with parts purchased at Krex or any other supplier. That's different than many prebuilt, namebrand systems that often use expensive parts that can only be purchased from the computer's manufacturer. "You're held hostage. You have to buy their proprietary components," Lakhani said. A big part of his business, Lakhani said, is service. n addition to servicing Krex systems, the shop can repair pretty much anything, including replacing broken screens or defective circuit boards in notebook computers. The store also does a considerable amount of virus removal for customers whose systems become infected. Maintenance and repairs can be done onsite or at the store. As for himself, Lakhani has one word for what he enjoys about computers. "Speed, speed and speed," he said. U NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, JCGREAT OUTD U Q Fishing Charters, Hunting, CaniPing Equipment CHuCK'S (;UN SHOP t PSTOL RANGE 43 O S., ndia,rn Riverdale L, Ph; Buy,Traie & Sl s&w, Ruger Beretta, Clock, L FOlD Cards CFP. Classes ç-i L) FREDDE BEAR SPORTS BUYNG USED GUNS JND GUN COLLECTONS Oak Park Ave, flnley Parl L To Advertise Here, Please Call or 1AUCTONS Court-Ordered Auction Thursday i Feb 28 ' i i am (CST) Chdes H,,nt Manon JVdle: SeeWthsile for Full lents and (onditionc Coet: 1:12 v % Buyet's Poenium (855) KeyAuctioneers.com 100%E Q K!X Court-Ordered Auction Wednesday Feb 27 i pm ((ST) Charles Hunt U10Ol 51 2 Marion j Valle: Six-Unit Apartment Bldg i 548 South 61 st Court, Cicero Six-Unit Apt. Bldg. 2.5 Story Brick Walk-up. (5) 4 Room, 2 Bedroom and (1) 3 Room, i Bedroom. 0ff Street Parking. Fully Leased! Open House: Mon, Feb 18, pm ((ST) f 6-Unit Apt. Bldg Salem Walk, Northbrook, L 6-Unit Rental Apartment Building in Northbrook. (5) Two Bedroom Units. (1) One Bedroom Unit. Luxury Living. Near Lots of Transportation and Shopping! Open House: Mon, Feb 18, 2-4pm ((ST) See Website for Full Terms and Conditions Cane t: 12 CV % Buyers Premium (855) AUCTON KeyAuctioneers.com Call Jake Witcpalek at to list your auction here!
34 34 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Real Estate FEATURED HOME 7738 West Oakton St., Nues House size: 1,156 square feet Lot size: 4,860 square feet Year built: 1957 $249,500 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5 Garage: One-car attached Photos provided by VHT Studios Tax: $5, (2011) School districts: Park Ridge Consolidated School District 64, Maine Township High School District 207 AGENT Mark Kioss, CoLdwelL Banker, HOUSE FOR SALE? For details to get a home listed on the Featured Home page, homeswrapports.com or call Blockbuster or flop? The Movie Review section has the scoop.
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37 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, f Purim A BY VERONCA HNKE Contributor lt wouldn't be Purim without hamantaschen, the triangleshaped pocket cookies traditionally exchanged on the Jewish holiday. 'They're such an exclusive cookie: you only get them once a year" said Skokie resident Beth Chiet. Chiet and her daughter Jenna, 10, were part of a group of volunteers who baked hamantaschen together in the kitchen at Beth Hillel Congregation Bnai Emunah in Wilmette in advance of Purim festivities. On the evening of Feb. 23, which marks the beginning of the 24-hour-long holiday, the biblical story of Purim will be read aloud from the Book of Esther at the synagogue. The story tells how Haman bribed King Ahasuerus of Persia to allow him to kill the Jews. The translation of Hamantaschen is "Haman's pockets," which references the coins Haman stuffed in his pockets to bribe King Ahasuerus. Haman was hanged, however, and his plans failed, when Esther, a favored wife of the king, revealed her Jewish ancestry. Esther's disclosure sparked a celebratory day of feasting that is still observed annually - with plenty of hamantaschen cookies. (From left) Eli Spector, Nora Aisenberg, Rebecca Aisenberg and Jenna Chiet, all of Skokie, make some hamantaschen at Temple Beth Hillel in Wilmette. JOEL LERNER-S un-times Media i cup sugar powder 3 eggs Solo pie and pastry filling 3/4 cup oil teaspoon vanilla Beat eggs; add sugar and 41/4 CUDS flour vanilla. Add oil and mix ½ teaspoon salt well, Sift together flour, salt 2 heaping teaspoons baking and baking powder. Add to And making the cookies can be as much fun as eating them. " like folding them," Jenna said. But while the process of folding three edges toward the center of each cookie can be a fun step, it can also be a tricky part of the baking process. "f you don't press the dough firmly enough, the cookie ends up looking like a big blob," Beth said. The folds point to the center of each cookie, which is filled with apricot, raspberry and other fruit jams. Other popular fillings include chocolate and poppy seed. Jenna's favorite is chocolate and her friend Rebecca Aisenberg, 10, also of Skokie, agrees. "Hamantaschen cookies come in a lot of different flavors, but like chocolate the best," Rebecca said. With their moms, the girls and their friend Eli Spector made hamantaschen at the synagogue. Some may be served after the reading on Feb. 23; others could be included in "mishloach manot," or Hamantaschen are triangle-shaped cookies typically stuffed with poppy seeds, fruit jams or chocolate that are eaten on the Jewish holiday of Purim. JOEL LERNER-Sun-Times Media mixture and blend well. Roll at 375 degrees for out into 1/e-inch thickness. minutes on a greased cookie cut into 3-inch circles. Place sheet. Yield: Approximately i teaspoon of filling in center 60 hamantaschen. of each circle. Pinch sides together, forming a closed - From the Beth Hi//el triangle over the filling. Bake Congregation Bnai Emunah gift baskets that will be delivered as part of an annual fundraiser. And others might be enjoyed at the synagogue's carnival on Feb. 24. "We just enjoy getting out with the kids and celebrating at the carnival," said Rebecca's mother, Nora Aisenberg. Whatever the event, the Beth Hillel Sisterhood has used the same trusted recipe for hamantaschen for more than 30 years. The recipe is one of 750 favorites shared in a cookbook the group published 14 years ago, World of Our Flavors l. ' have been baking hamantaschen for many years, since was a youngster, and later with my own children," said Wilmette resident Gail Schneiderman, who was involved in the cookbook production. "Now the next generation, our grandchildren, participate with great delight." For details about Purim festivities at Beth Hille Congregation Bnai Emunah, see org.
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47 need to know Carry on colorfully with Tiffany Leather Collection's reversible totes, which come in shades like Tiffany blue and coral. Each has a detachable zipper pouch and an optional cross-body strap. $675, Tiffany.com Get fit at Flywheel's Highland Park studio, which is holding high-energy, complimentary indoor cycling classes from Feb Feb Central, Flywheelsports,com AT THE PHOTO HOOT Fabio Viviani showed up with a suitcase in hand - we caught him just before an evening flight to New York. Siena Tavern co-owners Lucas Stoiotf and David Rekhson were also at our shoot, and the trio spent the afternoon laughing, joking and talking about the new restaurant. 'He's a total breath of fresh air that the city needs. He really made my job fun and easy" - Groomer Sarah Lukaslewlcz COVER CREDTS Photographer: Anthony Tahiler Groomer: Sarah Lukasiewicz for Amazing Cosmetics Stylist: Eric Himel Shoot Coordinator: Katerina Bizios Venue: Siena Tavern (51 W. Kinzie) Shirt: Hugo Boss, Saks Fifth Avenue, $89 Jacket: Zegna, Saks Fifth Avenue, $1,795 Tie: Hugo Boss, Saks Fifth Avenue, $95 Cathay Pacific Airways' new Premium Economy Class features a quieter, roomier cabin than traditional Economy. Even better? Buy a round-trip ticket to Hong Kong through Mar. 3, and receive a $100 in-flight voucher, redeemable for any duty-free item onboard. Visit Cathaypacific.com. Settle into spring with Aerin's floral illuminating powder: The palette's six pastels swirl into one soft shade to add a pop of color back into your complexion. $55, Aerin.com or Esteelaude,com «Styling Fab' W turai H ea e9echa5 had 0ce we u91" a( d1 ed V V w V What had you @ Kristincav looks AMAZNG after just having a baby!! gorgeous Great time #brunch + fashion Mario @suntimes_splash nice article Jenny!! suggest that we think and reason with our brain, and feel and love with our heart!! Jaslene Shooting my cover for Splash magazine! m loving Question: Complete this sentence: Home s Tweet your answers and look for your response in next week's Real Estate, Home & Art issue. "l'in obsessed with Porter Airlines to Toronto - you get to jump the security lines at Midway and land at an airport that's a quick feriy boat ride to downtown Toronto." "For road trips,load my ipod with tons of 'This American Life' episodes. You get lost in the stories (and ra Glass's soothing voice) and you're at your destination before you know it." SP ASH WHAT S YOUR FAVORTE TRAVEL TP? "'Edtor Susanna Negovan, corn Managing Editor / Molly Each. corn Associate Editor Rachel Handler com Art Director Jessica Sedgwick, Photographer Ramzr Dreessen, suntimes.corn Founder Michael Ferro Editorial Assistants Katerina Bizios, "Stay corn: hydnitedil Zak Sterner. always carry a bottle of corn water, t really makes Director of Events a difference Samantha Sailer for your skin Berngard, and energy sberngard Director of Brand Strategy Liza Sweitzer, "Never pack your jewelry. always carry mine 350 N. Orleans, with me." chicago, L Splash is published weekly by Splash Publications LLC, a Wrapports company, Splash is distributed weekly inside Sun-Times Media publications. SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23,
48 THE CALEN ARTS & CULTURE J PHLANTHROPY S FOOD FASHON this week Feb. 19 WOMEN'S NNOVATON NETWORK (WN) BLACK HSTORY MONTH NNOVATON PANEL WMAQ-Channel 5's LeeAnn Trotter moderates a conversation on entrepreneurship with achievers such as Jetta Bates, creator of JettaSetting; artist and educator Makeba Kedem-DuBose; PR maven Don Wilson; and Dawgelene Sangster, author and founder of Think Royally, nc. Tme: 6-8 p.m. Place: nternational House, University of Chicago, 1414 E. 59th Cost: Free. RSVP at Ladiesofwin.org. Feb.20 s G-EAZY After opening for Lii' Wayne and Snoop Lion (back when he was Dogg), the Oakland-born artist - whose album "Must Be Nice" reached No. 3 on the itunes hiphop chart last fall - steps up his independent career with a 34-city tour. He brings his unique sound to Lincoln Hall, with Ground Up and Skizzy Mans opening. Time: 7 p.m. Place: 2424 N. Lincoln Cost: $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Visit L/ncolnhal/chicago.com. Feb.21 FELD OF DREAMS ANNVERSARY GALA At its 18th annual event, Girls in the Game - which provides fitness opportunities, health education and leadership development to young women - honors Olympians Brandi Chastain, Allyson Felix and Swin Cash, plus local fierce females like ESPN Chicago anchor Sara Spain and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkie. Time: 6 p.m. Place: Chicago Marriott Downtown, 540 N. Michigan Cost: $175. Call (312) or visit Girlsinthegame.org/field ofdreams. 4 SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013 BY THOMAS CONNORS Feb. 22 SHRLEY MACLANE The saucy star, who most recently gave Maggie Smith a run for her money on "Downton Abbey," stops by St. Charles to reflect on her colorful career as a singer, dancer, actress and author. Time: 8 p.m. Place: Arcada Theater, 105. E. Main, St. Charles Cost: $49-$125. Visit Oshows.com. PAWS 'Animal Magnetism' Feb. 22 PAWS 'ANMAL MAGNETSM' Bring your favorite furry companion to this annual event, benefiting our four-legged friends. Enjoy dinner, dancing and a raffle with items such as passes to Lollapalooza and Four Seasons gift cards. Time: 7 p.m. Piace: Galleria Marchetti, 825 W. Erie Cost: $125 in advance, $150 at the door; $25 per pet. Visit Animal magnetism.pawsevents.org. Feb. 23-March 23 'SHORT SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND JULET' Rachel Rockwell, one of the city's busiest and most admired directors, adapts the timeless tragedy, creating a compact and compelling family-friendly production. Time: Saturdays at 11 a.m. Place: Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Navy Pier, 700 E. Grand Cost: $16-$20. Call (312) or visit Chicagoshakes.com. Feb. 24. 'OSCAR EXPERENCE: CHCAGO 2013' Like New Year's Eve, Academy Awards night is an occasion to be shared - seeing the stars and what they wear is so much more fun with a crowd. TheV's no better way to celebrate this annual spectacle than at the Gene Siskel Film Center's "Oscar Experience," the only event sanctioned by the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences. Don your best cocktail attire and root for your favorites while enjoying drinks and dinner from Pure Kitchen. General admission: $100, VP $200 (includes preferred seating and swag). 6 p.m. 164 N. State. Call (312) or visit Siskelfilmcenter.org. next week Feb TH ANNUAL WORLDWDE TOAST TO HARRY CARAY Join celebrities such as Ernie Banks, Billy Corgan, Tom Ricketts and Caray's widow, Dutchie, and raise a glass to a beloved Chicago sports icon. Then enjoy a fireworks show over Lake Michigan, complete with Harry Caray hologram glasses. Richard Roeper and Roe Conn will also broadcast their WLS-AM radio show live from the event. Jime: 5:30 p.m. Place: Harry Caray's Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Cost: Free. Learn more at Harrycarays.com. Feb. 28 'LVNG THROUGH GVNG' The James Tyree Foundation - dedicated to exploring innovative approaches in education and health care - hosts a cocktail party fundraiser at Mesirow Financial. Time: 5:30 p.m. Place: 353 N. Clark Cost: $200-$5,000. Visit Jamestyreefoundation.org/ living-through-giving or call (888) March 2 'GGLASSQUERADE' Lookingglass celebrates 25 years of wildly inventive theater with this blowout event at the Four Seasons. Stephen Coibert - who consorted with the company's founders back when he was a student at Northwestern University - receives the organization's Civic Engagement Award. Time: 6 p.m. Place: 120 E. Delaware Cost: Tickets start at $1,250. Call (773) or lookingglasstheatre.org. March 2 AMERCAN CANCER SOCETY BLACK & WHTE BALL WMAQ-Channel 5 anchor Allison Rosati emcees this year's big event, taking place at the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center. Between spins on the dance floor, cast a bid for such auction items as a Napa Valley getaway or Colorado ski experience. Time: 5:30 p.m. Place: 70 Yorktown Shopping Center Cost: $250. Call (630) or visit Acsblackwhiteball.com. March 2 'HDE N SEEK MASQUERADE' The young professionals of the Chicago Children's Museum Metropolitan Board do their bit for the institution's education programs and community initiatives with this fundraiser. Savor hors d'oeuvres from the likes of Hub 51 and Paris Club while enjoying music from Brock of Les Trois Stooges and The Dolls. Time: 9 p.m. Place: Navy Pier, 700 E. Grand Cost: $90. Call (312) or visit Ccm.convio.net/hide nseek2ol3. March 2 'THEY SEEK A CTY: CHCAGO AND THE ART OF MGRATON, ' The next big Art nstitute exhibit, "They Seek a City," explores how artistic newcomers to Chicago shaped the cultural profile of their adopted home. The museum's Leadership Advisory Committee hosts an opening gala with cocktails in Terzo Piano restaurant and dinner in the Modern Wing. Time: 6 p.m. Place: 159 E. Monroe Cost: $350 or $1000. Call (312) or visit Cvent.com/d/bcqd7s.
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50 CAUSEFEVENT parties AUTO SHOW FRST LOOK FOR CHARTY FAST TRACK BY KATERNA BZOS Guests check out the Lexus LF-LC concept car. Chicago Auto Show put its gears in motion for the 105th time on Feb. 8, launching the 10-day affair with First Look Thefor Charity. At the black-tie bash, nearly 8,000 guests flooded McCormick Place to get a sneak peek at the roughly 1,000 cars on display before the show opened to the public. WMAQ- Channel 5's Alicia Roman and Cheryl Scott presided over the red carpet, then joined attendees in sipping cocktails, snacking on hors d'oeuvres and perusing the impressive automobiles sprawled across the one-million-square-foot space. At the end of the night, two lucky guests took home the event's grand prizes: a Buick Encore and lyundai Santa Fe Sport. Equally epic were the fundraising efforts - more than $2 million was raised for 18 local charities. PHOTOS BY RAMZ DREESSEN NBC-5's Cheryl Scott Peter and Niko GountaniS Filippos Economou Hector Guzman, WMAQ-Channel 5's Daniella Guzman and Jesse White Terri Diggs Norman and Art Norman Jennifer Gennard and Christopher Kleifges Tracy Farmer and Shantel Shireman try out a 2013 Porsche Cayman. Kristin Miady, Lisa Sonnenberg and Alexis Hauser 6 SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013
51 style WHOWOREWHATWHERE JENA GAMBACCN in Proenza Schouler at Burhnrry Chicago JOY ALEXANDER in Adrianna Papell at McCormick Place MONQUE SPENCE in Tahari at the Museum of Science and ndustry SARAH BOSARTH in a dress from Von Maur at McCormick Place BREANA O'NELL in Akira at A. Finki & Sons DEDRA BYRD in Jovani at the Museum of Science and ndustry hether they're jetting off to a tropical paradise or braving the Chicago freeze, partygoers know that BLUE is the coolest color tor any temp. Flattering on any skin tone, the watery hue is having its time in the sun this season. Jazz it up with sequins or lace, or keep it ultra-refined with elegant gathering. Whatever you choose, break out the accessories - belts, bags and bling are all fair game. A chic cerulean gown is the perfect choice for this month's galas, but a sleek, above-the-knee cut is a must-pack for any stylish getaway t's the perfect antidote to the winter blues. SPLASH FEBRUARY 1723,
52 EXPERENCE THE BEST N DNNG & ENTERTANMENT... WTHOUT HAVNG TO LEAVE YOUR OWN CTY CAUSEPEVENT parties STEP OUT FOR THE SUN-TMES FOUNDATON AT SAKS FFTH AVENUE ' L N L' 8o TEQULAS,. 64 OZ. MARGARTAS, & PHOTOBOOTH JUKEBOX OPEN TL 4AMÇ BEST. BUR'Ek 'SCOE VLlAGE 8URGEPFEST Elizabeth Cole and Jacky Ferro BY KATERNA BZOS Fara Cardelli, Samantha Wolf and Liz Weiner order custom Manolos. hoe lovers stepped out in the name of S fashionable fundraising Feb. 7 to join Jacky Ferro (wife of Wrapports Chairman L Michael Ferro) and Elizabeth Cole for a design-your-own Manolo Blahniks event at Saks Fifth Avenue (700 N. Michigan). The well-heeled women shopped for spring fashions while selecting their shoes' style, fabric, material and heel height - and at the register, 5 percent of their purchase was donated to the Sun-Times Foundation, which assists community organizations in reaching their fundraising goals. The giving continues ail month, as Saks cardholders can choose to donate to the Sun-Times Foundation at checkout through Feb. 28. The Sun-Times was the media sponsor ofthis event. PHOTOS BY RAMZ DREESSEN Cindy Chereskin and Beth White rockit productions ROCKT BAR & GRLL 22 W HUBBARD RocKTBAaANoG.L.coM ranch ROCKT BURGER BAR 3700 N. CLARK ROCKTBURGrRBAR.COM THE UNDERGROUND 55W. LLN05 TwUNOERGROUNCH,CAGO.COM DRAGON RANCH 441 N. CLARK DRAGONRAC.COM SUN DA 110 W. LLNOS SUNDACCAGO COM AY CH WOWA! 311 W. CHCAGO AYCHWOWA.coM Nina Mariano and Eleni Bousis Julie Saunders and Amie Wersching Meredith Wood- Prince 8 SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013
53 CAUSEEVENT part1es SPLASH AND SARCA BRUNCH WTH NEVES LAV Brunch on the third floor of Boarding House BY BANCA BETANCOURT got its own taste of fashion week on Feb. 10, when Alexis Cozzini of Gold Coast boutique Sarca joined Splash in Chicago co-hosting a brunch and fashion show featuring Nieves Lavi New York's spring collection. Fashion-forward guests such as publicist Amanda Puck, Luxury Garage Sale's Lindsay Segal and Mario Tricoci's Megan Bueschel flocked to Alpana Singh's River North hot spot The Boarding House (720 N. Wells). They sipped mimosas, enjoyed brunch and viewed a presentation of the line's bright prints and flowing silhouettes paired with jewelry by Damen + Division. Postmeal, the namesake designers, Sam Nieves Velez and Sharon Lavi, were on hand to answer questions and discuss their work. PHOTOS BY RAMZ DREESSEN Sharon Lavi and Sam Nieves Velez Alexis Cozzinj and Sonia Esler PATES STARTNG AT $189 Jared Hatch THE WTHOTELCOM 201 N. STAF STREET - CHCAGO, L Models in Nieves Lavi Julie Bouchard, AnnaliSe Haraburda and Natalie Warner SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013
54 FEBRUARY CÁ T STEAK HOU SE "A CUT ABOVE' ask jenn JENNY McCAR OFFERS UNCONVENTONAL WSDOM Boys to men [PES- SEAFOOD 100% PRME USDA BEEF REVOLUTONARY PAD WNE LST LS C-HCA How to handle guys in their 20s who just won't commit to you Jenny, need some advice. am 22 years old, a college Dear student and grew up in the Chicago area like you. have feelings for two guys who, unfortunately, do not want to commit to me. They like to party, drink and go out with their friends - including girls. When spend time with each of them, we always have fun and there's a connection, but sometimes feel like am wasting my time. 'm not sure if they will ever grow up and want to commit. One guy just turned 21 and the other one is 25 - do you think that these guys will ever want to commit, or am just wasting my time? don't know what to do. Please help! - Confused and lonely Send quest ions to Jenny says: Without knowing either of these guys, it's hard for me to give you the answer. However, from my experience, can tell you that most guys in their early- to mid-20s are not looking to commit (and are you? mean, you are dating two guys...). There are some who are, of course, but for the most part, guys that age like to party hang with their friends and pick up chicks. don't doubt that they enjoy being with you and genuinely like you, but if you are looking for something long-term, would continue on your way. Chances are, you won't find it with either of them. n the meantime, you're 22, have some 11m yourself! Thist me, when you're an old cougar like me, you're going to wish you could relive being single in your 20s all over again. Enjoy! 10 SPLASH 17-23, 2013
55 FEBRUARY won Julie Smolyansky, new member of the United Nations Foundation's Global Entrepreneurs Council, spends a day in her hometown ir1meetc i BY ZAK STEMER Smolyanksy is ready to take the world by storm, and she's not wasting any time. As a member of the Global Entrepreneurs Council - the United Julie Nations Foundation's group of 10 elite young business moguls - she's tasked with brainstorming ways to use new technology to combat issues like povertç famine, illness and inequality across the world. But Smolyansky is undaunted by the huge undertaking. " want to do whatever can to help humatht" she says. " know it sounds crazy and big, but it's the U.N." Taking on big projects is how Smolyansky made a name for herself. Ten years ago, she became the youngest CEO of a publicly traded company, Lifeway Foods, after she took over for her father. Since then, she's used technology and creativity to help the company grow to an $80 million-per-year business. "We were very early on social media," she says. "When we put Lifeway on Twitter, the only other brands could see there were Whole Foods and Starbucks." t's important to Smolyansky that Lifeway, which specializes in producing kefir (a Russian mixture of grain and dairy), promotes healthier lifestyles through nutrition. "By raising awareness of probiotics, we can impact the heath of our communities and reduce healthcare costs," she says. "We want to take some very inexpensive ideas and save lives." Our nation's health isn't her only concern. 'Women's issues have always been a passion of mine," she says. n the past, she's worked with supermodel Christy Thrlington for Every Mother Counts, an organization supporting maternal health in developing countries. As part of her efforts, Smolyansky took a trip to Bangladesh, visiting nonprofit sites across the country and reaching out to local mothers. With her technological savvy business acumen and powerful passions, Smolyansky seems perfectly primed for her current position alongside big names like Barbara Bush and Warby Parker co-founder Neil Biwnenthal. Here, the mogul and global problem solver takes us through her comparatively relaxing Sunday in the city. Julie Smotyansky and husband Jason Burdeen with their daughters Misha (left) and Leah. sunday in the life t 7 AM. Smolyanksy stays-up-to-date from the minute she wakes up, immediately turning on "Meet the Press" or CNN. 8A.M. Her two daughters, Misha and Leah, get out of bed and head to their parents' room to cuddle and watch "Arthur" or "Martha Speaks." lo AM. The family stays in Lincoln Park for brunch at kid-friendly John's Place (1200 W. Webster), where Smolyansky enjoys a bellini. 11:30 P.M. The gang picks up some sweet treats at Sweet Mandy B's (1208 W. Webster). Cupcakes and s'mores are the family faves. 2P.M. Smolyansky, a marathon runner, uses her daughters' naptime for a mile run. "lt's mental therapy for me," she says. 4P.M. When the girls wake up, Smolyansky takes them sledding in Oz Park and then out for hot cocoa at Vosges Haut-Cholocate (951 W. Armitage). 6P.M. The entire family heads to Shine (756 W. Webster) for their weekly sushi fix. 9P.M. Before bed, Julie and Jason catch up on their favorite TV shows: "Californication" and "Saturday Night Live." j. SPLASH 17-23,
56 Groomer: Sarah Lukasiewkz for Amazing Cosmetics Styiist: Eric Himel Shoot Coordinator: Katerina Bizios Venue: Siena Tavern (51 W. Kinzie) Shirt: Hugo Boss, Saks Fifth Avenue, $89 Tie: Hugo Boss, Saks Fifth Avenue, $95 Celebrity chef Viviani woos Chicago with his passion for talian food and infectious smile STORY BY MOLLY EACH PHOTOS BY ANTHONY TAHLER RUARY 17-23, 2013
57 q.abio Viviani has charisma. When the celebrity chef walks into a room, he takes a moment to greet everyone - ladies with a kiss on the cheek or hand, gents with a handshake. Between his trademark smile and native talian accent, Viviani leaves almost every woman in the room a little weak-kneed in his wake, though winning hearts is hardly his intention; it's just who he is. "Since was young, 've had an enormous respect for women. They were always the pillar of our household," says Viviani. The 35-year-old chef, who shot to fame as one ofthe final four contestants on season five of "Top Chef," is set to bring his charms to Chicago on a regular basis. He's teamed up with restaurateurs David Rehkson and Lucas Stoioff of DineAmic hospitality group - the team behind Bull & Bear and Public House - for their new venture, a modern talian restaurant in River North dubbed Siena Tavern. "t's talian-inspired," says Viviani of the 230-seat spot. "There are five or six dishes that are as talian as it gets, but with [the rest of the menu] we wanted to use traditional flavors with a twist. We add that edge that you get when you come down to River North." Adds Rehkson, "t's talian, but it's still everyday and accessible. You can come here a few times a week and you don't feel like you just ate a ton of pasta and you're so full." Viviani cites the meatball, made with Kobe beef and homemade ricotta cheese, as an example of a traditional dish that has been modernized. "We make everything from scratch," he says. The trio's partnership kicked off three years ago, when Viviani was in town for work, and the hotel concierge recommended Public House for a beer. Viviani liked the spot so much he asked to meet the owners, and the three struck up a quick friendship. So when Rehkson and Stoioff started toying with the idea of an talian concept, joining forces with Viviani seemed like a natural fit. "We synergized very well," says Stoioff. "Even though he's from a different part of the world, we're all similar, and we're all friends, so that makes it fun. And when it's fun, you get better ideas and you work harder." For Viviani, it's an ideal match. "'ve been in the restaurant business for 25 years," says the chef, who started working in kitchens in taly when he was 11. "And bad management is the number one reason people fail in the restaurant industry. These guys have that down." While DineAmic is working on projects across the country, the fact that they call Chicago their home base was also a selling point for Viviani. "Chicago is the place to be right now if you want to have a good meal. Some of my favorite chefs are based here, and people like to go out - it doesn't matter how cold it is." David Rehkson (from left), Lucas Stoioff and Fabio Viviani at Siena Tavern, si w. Kinzie. The tr jr. O traveled SPrat,o. O taly house for withh. ate in Fabjos taurant 'n than any0 e etks0 O garner inspiration for Siena Tavern, the trio went to taly for a week of research, traveling around Viviani's homeland to eat, drink and take in the culture. "We got an experience that most Americans don't get, being with someone who grew up in Thscany," says Rehkson. "We ate in Fabio's house with his parents, and literally, more of our menu inspiration came from his mom than any other restaurant in taly." n fact, several dishes at Siena Tavern come straight from the Viviani family, including olive oil-poached potatoes, gnocchi and lasagna that's been passed down for 13 generations. "Some people try to reinvent the wheel, but there are some dishes that were invented 500 years ago and they're perfect the way they are," says Rehkson. t's safe to say that the trip also solidified their friendship. " love these guys to pieces, but going out with them in taly was like going out with two ballerinas," ViViani jokes. "Fabio wanted to eat gelato and ride in gondolas. We wanted to go out," Rehkson counters with a laugh. And it turns out Viviani's popularity is global. "We're walldng around Florence and every five minutes someone comes up to him," says Stoioff. "When we're here, it's twice as much. f we're walking from Bull & Bear to Siena Tavern, we have to budget extra time for the stopping." His instant recognition is hardly surprising, given that he was voted "Fan Favorite" on his season of "Top Chef." But while he's grateful for the opportunity, he's quick to note that for the contestants, reality is a far cry from what Bravo portrays. " have been very blessed with Bravo, because it exposed the passion for everything do," he says. "That said, 'Top Chef' is a brand, and they're trying to promote it with this fairy tale that we are all friends and love each other and get together. When 'm in town, text Stephanie [zard, of Girl & the Goat] because think she's awesome and love her food, and Dale [Levitski of Frog n Snail] too. But do ever see them? Nol t was a good experience, but you have to go back to work after the show. have friendships with people - 'm friends with Richard Blais and Mike sabella is a great guy - but do we hang out like Bravo would like you to believe? Never." ot that Viviani would have the time, anyway. Between running his two restaurants in the L.A. area, Firenze Osteria and Cafe Firenze, and pursuing new ventures with the DineAmic group, he films the Webby Award-winning Yahoo series called "Chow Ciao," which gets over a million views a week. He also runs a website called Kids Health Cafe (Ctdshealthcafe.corn), a one-stop shop for parents to find nutrition information and meal ideas for the family. Though he's based in California, Viviani expects he'll be in Chicago one or two weeks each month. "You can't expect to see me 24/7, but you'll see me enough to understand this is me, it's not slapping a name on a building," he says. "f the restaurant doesn't perform well, it's my face on it. How much do you think want to be here to make it successful?" (When he's away, Bull & Bear and Public House chef David Blonsky will oversee the kitchen.) At the heart of everything Viviani does is his goal to make people happy. " try to treat people the way 'd like to be treated from somebody who has had the luck and notoriety," he says. "Eat a little of my food, 'll give you a hug and kiss, show you directions, if can make you happy, great. Whatever can do. 'm not pretentious. 'm not a celebrity by any means. just had the luck to showcase my craft on TV and be myselí which is the most important thing." BACKGROUNC The Florence-born chef starting working in restaurants when he was 11, attended culinary school when he was 13 and was the sous chef at Florence restaurant l Pallaio by the time he was 16. n his twenties, he worked in kitchens around Europe and at one point, he owned six restaurants, two clubs and a bed and breakfast in Tuscany. He sold t all to pursue his career in the United States. rv STAR; Viviani appeared on "Top Chef: New York," the fifth season of the hit culinary television competition. He was one of the last four standing, just missing out on a trip to the finals. Thanks to his gregarious personality, he was voted "Fan Favorite," and went on to appear in "Top Chef: All Stars" (above) and "Life After Top Chef." THE )O n 2007, Viviani opened Cafe Firenze in Moorpark, Calif. He followed that up in 2009 with Firenze Osteria, a traditional talian restaurant in North Hollywood. This April, he'll release a new cookbook, Fabio's talian Kitchen. Viviani is divorced and reportedly dating a Chicagoan. MANTRA: He walks around with a quote in his wallet. "Dear haters. have so much more for you to be mad at. Just be patient." SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013 ;
58 e the travel issue FEATURE - MAM BEACH > Sun, surf and bright, uninhibited style make this Southern city a nobramer for any chic traveler. t's scientifically proven that sitting at News Cafe on Ocean Drive with an iced latte in hand will instantly reduce stress levels by 60 percent. Here's the secret to South Beach success: Avoid "hip" hotels that mask their subpar service under a veneer of faux grooviness. The King & Grove Tides gets my stamp of approval. Built in 1936, the airy beachfront suites and beautiful public spaces emanate relaxed elegance and an authentic art deco vibe - and the complimentary beach lounge chairs and umbrellas are a game-changer. Another A-list property is the revamped but equally historic Betsy Hotel. Located on Ocean Drive, it's got a sprawling rooftop with views of the ocean, a full-service spa and a fabulous onsite restaurant, BLT Steak. You can't beat starting the day on the beach, but for me, tranquility demands a spa visit. The awardwinning Mandarin Oriental Spa takes rejuvenation to another dimension. The attentive staff performs all services inside gleaming white and bamboo suites with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay. When it comes to dinner, getting all dolled up is a prerequisite. Pull on something sexy and head out to one of the many of-themoment hot spots. Best bets? Juvia, l Gabiano, Prime 112, Zuma and Villa Azur. The food will always impress, but the vibrant tropical ambience will make you feel worlds away from home. King&GroveTides hotel; cocktail at Juvia (inset) in Miami. '.,'.''/.'.'.'/.'!:.'ff!hj:::1:fl:::!:j!!ih :i ::i 22!1n News Cafe: 800 Ocean, (305) , Newscafe.com Prime 112:112 Ocean, (305) , Primell2.com Zuma: 270 Biscayne, (305) , Zumarestaurant.com Juvia: 1111 Lincoln, (305) , Juviamiami.com Villa Azur: rd, (305) , Villaazurmiami. corn L Gabbano: Biscayne, (305) , lgabbianomia.com King and Groves Tdes: 1220 Ocean, (305) , Kin gandgro ve.com The Betsy Hotel: 1440 Ocean, (305) , Thebetsy hotel.com From due north to way out west, plan a spring trip to one of our country's most fashionable locales t's a'most spring-break season, and there's nothing more appealing than the idea of skipping town and recharging with a stylish sabbatical. From road trips to cross-country flights, Amy Tara Koch - style expert, "Windy Cindy Live" and "Today" contributor and acclaimed author - shares her favorite weekend escapes, chock full of the hottest shopping, dining, cultural activities and even some time at the spa. 14 SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013
59 FEBRUARY FEATURE the travel issue Village at the Homestead GLEN ARBOR, MCHGAN The Homestead: America's Freshwater Resort: 1 Wood Ridge, (231) , Thehomesteadresort.com Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore: 12 Wood Ridge, (231) , Sleeping beardunes.com Who needs Lake Tahoe? Deemed the "Most Beautiful Place in America" by "Good Morning America," Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a veritable winter wonderland - and it's just a six-hour drive from Chicago. Check into one of the rooms, suites or condos at the Homestead: America's Freshwater Resort and take part in the smorgasbord of chilly weather activities happening in and around this 500-acre property. There are 15 downhill ski runs, dozens of cross-country skiing trails, rangers lead snowshoe treks through the dunes every Saturday throughout February, and fun-seekers of all ages can partake in the resort's ice skating and sledding. After an arduous day on the slopes, it's all about eating. Restaurant options abound, from fine dining to cafeteria-style - try Nonna's for classic talian cuisine and Beppi's for casual sandwiches and salads. Cap off the day at Spa Amira, a retreat within the resort. The coastline views are almost as glorious as the spa treatments. Beverly Hills LOS ANGELES Great weather, standout style, outdoor adventures and top-notch restaurants - a weekend in Southern California is a perfect melange of chill and thrill. Stock up on next season's wardrobe essentials by scouring West Hollywood The Little Next Door; Satine (inset) and Beverly Hills. Hit Satine on Third Street for au courant basics, then head to Melrose Avenue to splurge on top designers at iconic retailer Fred Segal. A few doors down. resalesavvy shoppers can spend hours at Decades, rifling through reasonably priced pieces from Chanel and The Row. How do Angelenos stay slim They hit the trails for a hike in the city's many parks. 'fly Runyon Canyon, L.A.'s magical juxtaposition of urban sprawl and nature. Located 10 minutes above Sunset Boulevard, the 45-minute hike offers sweeping views of the city and the Hollywood sign. Why dine out if you can't see and be seen? For great food and equally awesome star-gazing, dig in at lunch spots like Urth, Mauros at Fred Segal or Culina at the Four Seasons LA. For dinner, try Mario Batali's Pizzeria Moz7, Boa or the charming French style brasserie, The Little Next Door. Finish offwith a nightcap at the legendary Chateau Marmont - perched upon the velvetfringed sofa with a martini in hand, it's easy to feel like you belong among the glitterati. Satine Boutique: 8134 W. 3rd, (323) , Satine boutique.com Fred Segal: 8118 Meirose, (323) , Fredsegatcorn Decades mc: 8214, Melrose, (323) , Decadesinc.com Runyon Canyon Park: 2000 N. Fuller, (323) , Runyoncanyonlosangeles.com Urth Cafte: 8565 Melrose, (310) , Urthcaffe.com Mauro's Cafe at Fred Segal: 8112 Melrose, (323) , Mauroscafe.com The Little Next Door: 8164 W. 3rd, (323) , Thelittledoor.com Culina: 300 S. Doheny, (310) , Cu/ma restauran t.com Pizzeria Mozza; 641 N. Highland, (323) , Pizzeria mozza.com Chateau Marmont: 8221 Sunset, (323) , Chateau marmont.com National Zoo: 3001 Connecticut NW, (202) , Nationalzoo.si.edu United States Botanic Gardens: loo Maryland, SW, (202) , Usbg.gov The Jefferson Memorial: W. Basin, SW, (202) , Nps.gov/thje Ford's Theatre: th NW, (202) , Fordstheatre.org National Museum of American History: 1400 Constituton, NW, (202) , Americanhistory.si.edu Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum: 600 ndependence, SW, (202) , Airandspace.si.edu Four Seasons Hotel: 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, (202) , Fourseasons.com/washíngton Georgetown Cupcake: 301 M St. NW, (202) , Georgetown cupcake.com Pie Sisters: 3423 M St. NW, (202) , Piesisters.com Georgetown neighborhood WASHNGTON D.C. Rediscover national pride - and see what's trending with the power set - with a trip to our nation's capital. You won't find any more sun in D.C. than you will in Chicago. But there's an inherent energy in the capital that recharges even the most style-starved traveler. Savor a few nights of luxury by booking a room at the Four Seasons Hotel. Located in the belly of Georgetown, this property is walking distance to all things trendy ( prize convenience). The fact that mega-chic power eatery Bourbon Steak is situated in the hotel lobby is Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Hotel an added bonus. Simply put, this hotel is expensive. But the hundreds of free attractions in the city - such as the National Zoo, the Botanic Gardens and The Jefferson Memorial - take the sting from one's wallet. Home to countless museums, historic monuments and archives, D.C. is the prime spot to brush up on your culturai knowledge. The weekend hit list? Ford Theatre, the site of Lincoln's assassination; the Museum of American History, boasting Julia Child's kitchen, civil rights mementos and a fragment of Plymouth Rock; and the National Air & Space Museum for all things aviation. Tip: Avoid massive crowds and visit these historic landmarks in the evening. Many institutions provide "moonlight tours" that are far more enjoyable. Between activities, sugar up at Georgetown Cupcakes (home to the TLC hit "D.C. Cupcakes") or Pie Sisters. SPLASH 17-23,
60 FEBRUARY style TRENDNG NOW Hidden ems JuDe Lampert, owner of ELTF Designs, shares a few of the things that make her life sparkle Wiidfox: White Label sweaters, start at $198, Sofia, 100 E. Walton; Sofia/ivelovelycom ' was drawn to this line because love the look - and once you have one on, you won't want to take it off. They're perfect for Chicago because you can layer in the winter or wear with a tank in the spring." Ritz-Canton Chicago: 160 E. Pearson, rates vary; Fourseasons.com/chicagorc "The list of family oriented activities is endless, and the spa, dining, entertainment and shopping options are sure to please." Bravco: 43 E. Oak, (312) ; Bra vco.com "t has everything for your seasonal beauty needs, travel necessities, magazine stock-up or candy fix." Nicoie Jacob: square lip gloss in Ballerina, $24, Paul Rehder Salon, 70 E. Walton, Nicolejacob.com "A perfect color for spring. lt can be worn day or night, has a smooth application, works with any color family and looks great on everyone." Paige: Lou Lou skinny flare jean, $169, Madison and Friends, 43 E. Oak; Madisonandfriends.com "This jean is brilliant. lt's so soft, but keeps its shape. You can wear it with a fitted top or flowing blouse, and it works with any heel type." They've mastered the art of making every member of your party, feel welcome Ä BRAVC '--- Lisa's Nails: manicure, $17, 67 E. Oak, (312) " look forward to getting a manicure at Lisa's every week (it's my 30 minutes of downtime). lt's also the first appointment make when have an upcoming vacation or see the weather is getting nice. My favorite is a French manicure using Essie Blanc on the tip with Waltz over it." Oid Navy: basic layering tops. $10.50, 150 N. State; O/dnavy.com "You can pretty much wear these for everything: running around during the day, working out, with a sarong at the pool or with a sweater in the evening." Lester Lampert: Eye of the Leopard collection, price upon request, 57 E. Oak, (312) ; Lesterlampert.com " never leave home without an evil eye and Hamsa on. My favorite Hamsa is one designed by my husband David Lampert - it has a beautiful blue topaz eye in it, which looks great with every item in my spring wardrobe." lu apiece of a great w c 1fltQ Your warçjr0, Louis Vuitton: Neverfull GM Mon Monogram bag, $1,250, 919 N. Michigan, (312) ; Lou/svuitton.com "Louis Vuitton is timeless. The beauty of the Mon Monogram is that you can take a classic and customize it to fit your personal style. Mine has pink and red stripes with my initials." lo. Hermès: enamel printed bangles, $ , 25 E. Oak; Hermes.com 16 SPLASH 17-23, 2013
61 r SHOPPNG SPY The latest intelligence from the retail scene THE FLYWHEEL OPEN HOUSE EVENT FLY N FROM THE COLD AT HGHLAND PARK FREE CLASSES: ThURSDAY, FEB SUNDAY, FEB. 24 FLYBARRE SCHEDULE 6am. 10 3Oam. 4pm 8:15am, 10:30am, 4:30pm 8:15am, 9:30am, 12:ÓOpm 8:15am, 9:30am, 2:45pm FEB TJ FR SAT FLYWHEEL SCHEDULE 6am, 7am, 930am 12pm, 4:45pm. 5:45pm 8 3Oam. 9 3Oam, 12pm. 4 45pm, 545pm 8 3Oam, 9:45am, 1045am, 12pm 9:30am, 10.30ani, 12pm, 4pm Shopping in Memphis Danielle Colby is a Jill of all trades: She's owned and competed in a female roller derby team, created her own professional burlesque troupe and currently stars on the History Channel's antiquing reality show, American Pickers." Now she's channeling her passion for all things vintage into her new Bucktown shop, 4 Miles 2 Memphis. The store stocks cosmetics, accessories and handmade clothing fashioned with upcycled materials like silk, satin, taffeta and lace W. North, 4miles2mem ph/scorn. Spring to life Suit up for spring at Randoons: Through Feb. 23, the shop is selling select women's apparel, handbags and accessories for up to 60 percent off. The store has also shaved 30 to 70 percent off of its selection of shoes and boots, and 40 percent off of all candles and gifts. 962 ½ Green Bay, Winnetka, Randoons.corn. Smell the roses Mami, the iconic brand known for its luxury women's apparel, debuts its first fragrance at Saks Fifth Avenue this month. Switzerland-born designer Consuelo Castiglioni drew inspiration from her homeland's woody landscape when creating the fragrance, which combines strong rose notes with traces of cinnamon bark, cardamom and cedar. Snag the scent in a shower gel ($50), body lotion ($55) or classic eau de parfum (starting at $105) at 700 N. Michigan or Saksf/fth averiue.com. Shop from the 'Hart' Switch up your Sunday routine with Edith Hart's "Babes and Bagels" series. At the Bucktown boutique's monthly bash, sip Champagne and nosh on bagels as personal stylists dole out shopping tips. During February's fete, held in honor of National Heart Health Month, Fleet Feet will share info on their upcoming female-only marathon, one lucky shopper will win a monthiong membership to Core Power Yoga - and 15 percent of all purchases will go to the American Heart Association. Feb. 24, 12-3 p.m N. Damen, Ed/thhart.corn. garre BODY SCULPTNG Blends light weights, dance & core Energetic, nspiring music Creates lean, strong muscles o FLYWHEEL NEVER coast FLYWHEEL STADUM CYCLtNG Performance tracking technology Stadium seating. theatre lighting Complimentary shoes & towels RSVP AT OR WALK-NS WELCOME 600 t'ffra, AVE. SUE 123 l'fcl-land PAll( l, ?9D4320 LKE l, AT R.W*EE1O.CO ftmao4ts CaM SPLASH FEBRUARY 17'23,
62 ever after Maria Grelyak and Michael Gabriele CHEERS! Wedding bells will ring for Executive Vice President of the White Sox organization Kenny Williams and Zoraida Sambolin (above), host of CN N's "Early Start." Williams popped the question on Christmas Eve, and Sambolin confirmed the news to fans by posting a photo of her ring on Facebook. Congrats to design diva Alison Victoria (right) of the DV network's "Kitchen Crashers." She'll make multiple appearances on the Travel Channel's 'Hotel mpossible" over the next two months. The Chicago native will also participate in PAWS Chicago's "Animal Magnetism" event Feb. 22. BY KATERNA BZOS Jt took Alana Grelyak a few months to take Michael Gabriele's invite for coffee seriously. Though they first hit it off at a party he threw in November 2009, their five-year age difference made her hesitant to go out with him - so he used Facebook to stay in touch until she had a change of heart. They dated for three years before getting married last fall at the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, where Grelyak's parents and grandparents were both married. Selecting the music for the ceremony was particularly meaningful for the couple - Gabriele is a director and producer at DDB Chicago, and Grelyak an associate composer at Sonixphere - so when a Ukrainian quartet sang Grelyak down the aisle, "everyone was crying," she says. The reception took place at the Adler Planetarium, a spot the couple felt would accurately represent Chicago's culture to Gabriele's talian family. After cocktail hour in the colorfully lit Clark Family Welcome Gallery, the party moved into the main hail, where the duo had their first dance. n Southern talian tradition, Gabriele's family wrapped the two in colorful streamers and showered them in confetti, setting a celebratory tone for the rest of the evening. Just before midnight, the DJ announced the newlyweds' departure, and the crowd waved farewell. The evening concluded on an even sweeter note - guests snacked on talian treats that Gabriele's mother, grandmother and uncle had spent weeks baking. For more photos, go to Splash.suntirnes. corn or download our free Splash by Chicago Sun-Times lpad app. PHOTOS COURTESY VCTORA SPRUNG PHOTOGRAPHY Hats off to Chicagobased skincare company H20 Plus, which made two changes to, its leadership team this week, appointing Robert Seidle (far left) as Chief Global Business Strategy Officer of its parent company Pola Orbis, and naming Richard Ruffolo (right) president and CEO. Send us your Cheers at. 18 SPLASH FEBRUARY 17-23, 2013
63 . sunday dinner home andawa Take a vacation without leaving the city at La Sirena Clandestina From Latin America With Love Chicago is home to a boatload of great Latin American restaurants - everything from Brazilian to Cuban to Peruvian. And thanks to the fine gatos at GrubHub, you can have your meal delivered from any of these unanimous standouts. On the menu: moqueca, a seafood stew. nset: shortbread caramel cookies FiN BY JOURDAN FARCHLD Cough up some major cash and you can lounge on a Brazilian beach, feasting on fresh lobster tail and sipping caipirinhas. Or, do your wallet a favor and get the same flavor - for a fraction of the cost - at La Sirena Clandestina, a 40-seat hot spot that opened last fall. Thcked into a corner of Fulton Market, this unassuming eatery seems more fit in a small fishing town than a big Midwestern city. But that's exactly what chef John Manion intended. " wanted it to feel different from the big restaurants you typically find in Chicago," says Manion, formerly John Ma Executi of Branch 27, Mas and Goose sland. His inspiration? A quaint Brazilian city called Buzios that Brigitte Bardot famously visited in the '60s. From the restaurant's name, which translates to "hidden mermaid," down to its roughhewn wooden floors, ambient lighting and sexy soundtrack (compiled by Poi Dog Pondering's Frank Orrall), Manion and his team aimed to create a similarly authentic, intimate setting. But the star import, of course, is the food. The menu draws on dishes that Manion first tasted while living in Brazil as a child, such as moqueca ($20), a tomato-based seafood stew over risotto, and pao de queijo ($6), a popular cheese bread sold on the streets. Thily adventurous diners might go for the grilled chicken hearts ($8), "but that's on the menu - and will never be taken off - for Brazilians who can't even get them in Brazilian steakhouses," he says. More familiar options, like grilled tn-tip ($18) and lobster tail ($28), are prepared in no-fuss fashion with chimichurri and misomalagueta butter. "A friend told me that this is the kind of food that you want to get on ve chef a vacation, but you can never nion actually get," says Manion. Similarly escapist are Justin Anderson's dynamic drinks. Playing with South American spirits such as pisco, tequila and cachaça, Anderson manages to be experimental yet unpretentious (try his Papi Chulo, a customer favorite, for proof). "The biggest compliment get about this place is when people say, 'Wow, feel like 'm somewhere else,' "Manion says. Mission accomplished. 954 W Fulton Market, f312) , Lasirenachicago.com P4 Machu Picchu 3856 N. Ashland Ave. Machu Picchu specializes in traditional Peruvian cuisine, serving citywide favorites like Arroz con Mariscos, the Peruvian version of Spanish seafood paella. Do yourself a favor: try it tonight. YOLO. 90 Miles Cuban Café 3101 N. Clybourn Ave. The authentic Cuban fare at 90 Miles landed the restaurant a feature on Diners, Drive-ns and Dives and has kept Chicagoans coming back for years. The Cubano Sandwich and Ropa Vieja Dinner are a few of the restaurant's top dishes. 4 Suyos 2727 W. Fullerton Ave. Suyos puts a modern spin on the classic Peruvian menu. Try the Aji de Gallina - a spicy chicken stew - to see why the restaurant receives consistently high marks from diners. Rio's D Sudamerica W. Armitage Ave. Rio's D Sudamerica serves some of this city's best South American cuisine. To taste tone of the restaurant's staples, t the Brochetas Rio : D' Janeiro: skewered tenderloin, scallops and shrimp over rice and beans. iphone Android GrubHub.com The food you love Whenever. Wherever. grubhub happy eatj9 -e SPLASH FEBRUARY
64 ... Classic bungalows are a Chicago staple - and an affordable housing option BY LSA SKOLNK asic beauties you're looking for a home with comfort, quality construction and decent square footage - minus the high price tag - consider a classic bungalow. Combining thoughtful Jfdesign, sound construction and affordabili the American version of this home flourished in the early 20th century, and remains a great value today - especially in Chicago. Our city is a bungalow bastion thanks to former Mayor Richard M. Daley, who lionized the dwelling in 2000 with his Historic Chicago Bungalow nitiative, which is still in place to help spur sensitive restorations of the structures. n Chicago, the iconic bungalow is a compact brick structure that's one-and-a-half stories high and 20 feet wide, and situated on a standard city lot (25' x 125'). Despite the rigid standards, options abound in a broad price range. At the top of the rung is 2857 W. Wilson, a handsome four-bedroom, three-bathroom 1919 model in Ravenswood Manor with a detached two-car garage for $669,000. With artful, multipaned leaded glass windows, an elegant tiled roof and expansive interior with Craftsman detailing, it's a defmitive example of Chicago's fmest. "t's also in pristine shape and set on an oversized corner lot. So it's extremely sunny and has a gorgeous yard that's larger than what you usually get with a Chicago bungalow," says Baird & Warner broker Mary Jaeger (call ). Set on a corner lot, this Ravenswood Manor home (2857 W Wilson) gets more sunlight than your average bungalow. Other options Well-priced bungalows are available across the city. On the far South Side in Beverly, at S. Hale, a 1,800-squarefoot, four-bed, two-bath 1925 classic on an oversized lot comes in at $145,000 (call Dream Town broker Tng Sutana, ). Nearby, at 9947 S. Damen, a grander option is a 3,200-squarefoot, five-bed, 2.5-bath built in 1919 with an oversized lot and intact architectural details for $435,000 (call Prudential broker Nancy Hotchkiss ). On the Northwest Side, there's 5639 W. Patterson, a recently updated three-bed two-bath with a two-car garage for $269,500 (call Century 21 broker Nancy Duklc, ). Far north in Rogers Park, a 1,866-square-foot, four-bed 2.5-bath at 2937 W. Greenleaf - with impeccably preserved Craftsman detailing - can be purchased for $419,900 (call Century 21 broker Phyllis Smith, ) S. Damen STRAP HAPPY This simple, elegant oak veneer storage stool is neutral enough to work in almost any decorative environment - and it's a practical addition, thanks to its ability to perform double-duty. $249 at CB2, 800 W. North, (312) , Cb2.com. 20 SPLASH FEBRUARY
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69 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, CUSTOM MEDASOLUTONS,ADVSONOF SUN-ÇEMEDA,LLC. Toil Brothers offers special inventives, 'more home' lime to save: Toll Brothers' National Savings program is available on the final four rowhomes now for sale at The Crossings at Morton Grove (pictured), but the luxury homebuilder is offering savings and other incentives through Feb. 24 at its communities across the Chicago region. These include The Woods of South Barrington in South Barrington, and Regency at Bowes Creek Country Club and Bowes Creek Country Club in Elgin. Buyers can choose from different savings packages that vary by community. Manufacturers are also giving incentives that give buyers the opportunity to personalize their homes with upgraded carpet, hardwood flooring, cabinetry, appliances, faucets and more. SUPPLED PHOTO SEE THE PULL STORYN THE TODAY'S HOMES SECTON NSDE HOME ON THE RANGE Land Rover sets the bar for SUV style and luxury Editor: John Stein BY JEFF TAYLOR For Sun-limes Media Land Rover's goal for the 2013 Range Rover was to snake it lighter, stronger, and the most luxurious model in its 40 plus years of existence. tested the all-new 2013 Range Rover on road, and did some extreme off-roadmg to experience this vehide's complete spectrum of capability. The newv8 model, reaching dealers soon, is 700 pounds lighter than the outgoing model. The weight reduction comes from the all-aluminum body and front/rear chassis. Land Rover indicated the new aluminum platform delivers significant enhancements in performance and agility, and improves fuel economy. The exterior styling cues, like the "floating" pillarless roof, clamshell hood and simulated side vents are retained. Bold headlights and a stylized grille lead the way rushing back to an upright, yet reduced greenhouse. New elements include head- and taillights that stream back into the front and rear fenders. The new exterior styling gives way to an all-new interior that is luxurious and extremely quiet. The biggest change is the 50 percent reduction of switches, knobs and dials on the dash and center stack. Land Rover indicated they responded to customers who asked for a less-ismore approach. felt Land Rover went a bit too far by taking the majority of functions and making them accessible on an eightinch Asst. Editor: Jennifer Burklow Design: John Lemein GOOD TO RN W S PE C A LS C 110 N 5.5 U N T M E S.0 0 M touchscreen display. was disappointed by the lack of a cargo binlcubby hole on the center console; while there is a center armrest storage bin and side door pockets, they are not as easily accessible. On the plus side, the interior features 4.7 inches more legroom than the outgoing model.wood veneers, leather, trim matenals and chrome accents are richer and more abundant than the current Range Rover. f you are looking for tech features, Range Rover comes fully stocked with standard and optional features, from a high-powered audio system, navigation, 3D driver screen graphics and connectivity. New this year is a standard split, power tailgate. Effortless on-road acceleration is delivered by two 5.0-litenV8 engines, backed by a new eightspeed ZF automatic transmission. Range Roverwilitow up to'. 3,500 pounds. Director Automotive Advertsing: Terry Boyle Steening '". maneuverability is more car-like, and very comfortable in urban environments. Driven aids are abundant with dynamic stability control, roll stability control, electronic traction control, trailer stability assist, hill descent control, gradient release control bill start assist, engine drag torque control, emergency brake assist and corner brake control. The new dimensions and suspension tuning make this latest generation less tippy-feeling and even more mountain goat. The 2013 Range Rover has a high-tech terrain response system that allows you to select the proper suspension setting to conquer a variety of surfaces like sand, snow, mud and rocks. With a ground clearance of almost 12 inches, max approach angle of 34.7 degrees, max departure angle of 29.6 degrees, ramp breakover - of 28.3 degrees and a max wading depth of 35.4 inches, the Range Rover can handle moie than makes most - drivers comfort ' SEE MU ÌWTTER: fr iveiters L9% APR F i n a nc n g * Expect the exceptona AUDFK»EXCHANGE f S..mersky Entpriss. APR Finncing available on select new models with approved credit. Expires 2/28/13.
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79 GOOD TO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NORTH EDTON NO CUSTOM MEDA SOLUTONS, A DVSON OF SUN-TMES MEDA, LC. KN W S P E C A t. SEC T O N S L N T M F S CO M msa SPRNG BULDER SHOWCASE National sales event Toll Brothers offers specia inventives, 'more home' fyou're in the market for a new home, you don't want to miss Toll Brothers' Nationai Sales Event, going on now through Feb. 24. The nation's leading builder of luxury homes is offering substantial savings and incentive packages at its communities in South Barrington, Elgin and Morton Grove. Home buyers will be able to customize their dream homes for less and get even more for their investment. Buyers can choose from different savings packages which vary by community. Plus, manufacturers such as Kohler,Whirlpool,Yorktowne, Progress and Shaw are offering incentives that give buyers the opportunity to personalize their homes with upgraded carpet, hardwood flooring, cahinetry, appliances, faucets and more. "Visit this weekend and let us show you how much more you will get if you buy today," said Nicolle Gardiner, senior sales manager for Toll Brothers. "We will provide details on this spectacular savings opportunity and walk you through a range of home desigrs so that you can see our quality and all the customizing possibilities you have when you build a Toll Brothers home." n Morton Grove, buyers have a final opportunity to owii one of the stunning rowhomes at The Crossings at Morton Grove. These stylish residences are just steps from the Metra station and start in the mid-$300,000s, offering three levels of living space plus a rooftop deck and a basement. Quick occupancy is available. n Elgin, enjoy country club living at Bowes Creek Country Club, a premier golf club coimnunity surrounding the award-winning Rick Jacobsondesigned public golf course. Buyers can choose from spacious towrthomes or single-family homes with prices starting at $199,995.The newest collection of single-family homes, The Fairways, offers buyers an amazing value with 2,400 to 3,400-plus square feet homes starting in the upper $200,000s. Regency at Bowes Creek Country Club is a gated enclave of ranch and two-story single-family homes and townhomes within the Bowes Creek community designed for those 50 years of age or older. Residents enjoy access to a private clubhouse which features a pool, fitness center, tennis and bocce courts, a putting green, and a billiard room. Prices start at $199,995. n South Barrington, Toll Brothers is offering luxury single-family homes Only the best: This Stansbury design (above) is just one of several available at The Woods of South Barrington, offering the largest homes and homesites Toll Brothers offers, WLLAM TAYLOR - TAYLORPHOTO.COM Final four: Toll Brothers' National Savings program is also available on the final four rowhomes now for sale at The Crossings at Morton Grove (right). The luxury homebuilder is offering savings and other incentives through Feb. 24 at its communities across the Chicago region, including South Barrington, Elgin and Morton Grove. SUPPLED PHOTO from the $700,000s at The Woods of South Barrington. The community offers the largest Toll Brothers homesites in Chicagoland, so homes can be expanded with side additions, such as a first-floor guest suite or sun room. Regency at The Woods of South Barrington is the only community in South Barrington catering to those 50 years of age or better. Regency features a private gated entry and a well-appointed clubhouse affording residents the luxury of an on-site gym with scheduled classes, tennis, bocce, and shuffle board courts, a heated pool, and social rooms for banquets, billiards, or cards. Low-maintenance single-family ranch and two-story homes offer up to 3,400 square feet and begin in the low $500,000s. A new section of homesites on a cul-de-sac have just been released and are selling quickly. The builder will also build on privately owned lots. For community details, maps and contact information, visit akt'ûuntv SHOWCASE STORES ONLNE httpiltinyurl.com/gtkbui lders PONEER PRESS V O R. U t: A. O k C 1J'A1SS1 CHCAGo
80 2 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SPECALSECTONS.SUNTMES.COM CUSTOM MEDA SOLUTONS NO TODAY' SHOMES Mortgage affordability needs looser standards What is your assessment of the new set of regulations issued by CFPB?" That question draws this quick reaction to the hundreds of new mortgage rules recently issued by CFPB, contamed in 804 densely packed pages: the agency has done a creditable job in an incredibly difficult situation. The rules cover a lot of territory, but those pertaining to borrower affordability probably have attracted the most attention. This article will comment on the new affordability rules, leaving other important issues 4ø' A 444 for future columns. The regulatory focus on affordability reflects our recent experience with a housing bubble, a period of self-reinforcing home price escalation. The bubble induced lenders ASK THE MORTGAGE PROFESSOR JACK GUTTENTAG to liberalize mortgage underwriting rules, relax enforcement of the rules, and approve loans to borrowers who could not afford them. The bubble burst early in 2007 when house prices stopped rising and started to decline. Bankrcrtecom e Qn doly i nhpji nroyh nr nnrn yo M*RCAE CVDF ProDram Rain Points Foes % Down APR UNTED HOME LOANS UHL oans. corn 30 yr fixed 15 yr fixed 5/1 ARM 7/1 ARM $995 20% $995 20% $995 20% $995 20% (A) 3 Westbrook Corporate Center. Suite Westchester, L M CONSUMERS, HAVE A QUESTONS OR COMMENT? CALL BANKRATE.COM CUSTOMER LENDERS, TO PARTCPATE N THS FEATURE CALL y, hyyp yy......;,, wwwìnicre si cony tlx APR nay i nerca &'afic,c,,nyuynry,a unnail tj rihfl V&O Panit ni.. J,,nh,iÌ k ode ankiunis 1w tases aisd iosuraocc line ces sci toni, for ouch adcfliscmcni ahoye may w ctsarucd io open she pian (Ai MoOeugo Bankor. (Bi Monenen Brokon. ici Bunk. (Di S & L. (E) Crodil Unron, BA indiyaron Luorsod Mosteugo Bkor, NYS Bank,ng Dops.. (BR ind,yuroy RcgnscnoaJ Morsgago Brokor. NYS Bauking Depi.. loans arranged thawigh third panècoi. for Rates means actual noses wert ras available ai press lime. Ali raies am quoted on a minimum FCO scone of illinois Miflgage Licensee. Conventional leoni. ear based on bai, omounis of $ ). Jumbo loans arc nosed on loan umounis 01 $ ) Poises quored include discouni and/on oneisaiiiio. thick Days 30-to Annual percentage rates (APRo) are based n n fully indexed raies (er adjustable raie nrirreae (ARMs) mo APR or your spocilic limo may difino frisio ihn sample armi. Feos reflect chaegcs relu tise io the APR f your disco payseoni is less istmi 20% of ihn bancs valise. yeo will ta subject io pnsasc msiflgage insurance. en FMi. Ounkraie. nc. dors ris eoalufltec the accuracy of ihn infornnatien appeating about ii r ita availability cifrases and ces in ibis abk All mies, loes and shcn inlenrratiou air subjoci icc hange without nix ce. Bankmie. ric does noi iwo any financial insiiru,iisns. Some on all of ilse csrmpairics appearing in ibis able pay a loo iii appear in ibis rabio. f yea ein seeking a moogage in escoas of A4l7,. Focosi legislaiiiin may enable lenders ir vermin lix au ens ris prssside mies ihui are diffeteni losm ibose drawn in ike able abave Sample Ropaynani Tcrrrn - eu M nusnibly payrnenis of Sf29 mr Al.100) bisrnowrd es. loll nionihly poyrnenis of $75is por 51.10) bornsiwod. We rociiinrnend hai yms coniaci your leedor diroerly io dciorn une chai mies may br. ovni labio io you Tu appear n this rabio. call $00-ARR-46M. To report any inaceoradan. call M8-5O Mpyf/rabrathanehieaganeu.opapces.iaiaeesi.eein The Dodd-Frank bill passed in 2010 was a reaction to the excesses of the bubble period. Among other things it authorized a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which it charged (among other things) with formulating and clarifying mortgage nffordability rules. Dodd-Frank also required CFPB to define qualified mortgages," which are mortgages that lenders can make with no or minimal risk of legal liability for violating the affordable loan rules. n my view, the Dodd-Frank approach to home mortgages was a knee-jerk reaction that was ill-advised. A nationwide housing bubble is a rare episode in our financial history. One has to go back to the 1920s to find anything at all comparable. While revamping the rules to prevent a recurrence of that event, even if it happens only once a generation, might make sense if the new rules were a standby, to be applied only when the situation demanded them, that is not the case. The new rules will take effect Jan. l0,2014.theywere illadvised because the problem today is the opposite of the one for which the rules were intended. When the bubble burst early in 2007, the excessive PRODUCED BY CUSTOM MEDA SOLUTONS.o. XN D SPECALSECTDNS.SUNTMES.COM Editor: Paul Kelma, (630) w o Advertise: Jessica Sanfilippo, (847) Dick Walters, (708) liberality in mortgage lending practice was quickly replaced by its opposite: excessive restraint. The problem today is that many perfectly good loans are not being made because of the heightened risk aversion of lenders, and the tightened affordability rules already in place. The lender response reflects the heavy losses realized on loans made during the bubble period, plus the fines and legal expenses they have incurred in its aftermath. The tightened affordability rules by regulators and by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, issued after the bubble burst, were based on the premise that although we should have done this five years ago, better late than never." n fact, never would have been better than late. A central characteristic of the current affordability rules is their rigidity. A loan applicant who does not measure up on the affordability scale will be rejected, regardless of the strength of other transaction features. As an important example, have received scores of letters from self-employed borrowers with high credit scores who were willing to put as much as 40 percent down but could not get a loan because the income they were able to document was viewed as insufficient. Rejecting applicants who have a past record of meeting obligations and are willing to bet on their ability to afford a loan by placing substantial equity at risk is absurd. CFPB was obliged under Dodd- Frank to set new affordability rules despite the fact that the existing rules are unduly restrictive. ts implicit challenge has been to minimize the extent to which the new rules make a bad situation worse. From all indications, CFPB has done this pretty well. t has declared that qualifled loans cannot have any of the following provisions: interest-only; balloon payment; negative amortization; term exceeding 30 years; zero documentation; lender fees exceeding 3 percent of the loan amount (unless that amount is less than $100,000); or low iteaseri rate on an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). These options will either disappear, or be substantially overpriced. However, very few loans are being made today with any of these features, so that the loss is small. Furthermore, there are several glimmers of hope that the new rules may actually alleviate some of the excessive stringency in the current market. The rule on balloon payments is subject to an exception wherein such loans are qualified if they are made by small banks in rural areas. This exception was required by Dodd-Frank and may or may not reflect an intention by CFPB to carve out additional exceptions in the future. A further glimmer is that the new rule says that isflo doc" loans cannot be qualifled, which is very different from declaring that qualified loans must be 5f doc" There is a range of documentation options between these two extremes. These include stated-income/documented assets, which was widely used before the crisis to qualify sell-employed borrowers. The option disappeared in the regulatory excesses of the aftermath, which made hill documentation the universal rule. This raises the possibility that CFPB at some future time might define loans with only partial documentation as qualified if they meet certain conditions. To have a significant impact, however, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would have to do the same. The writer is profe.or of finance ementus at the Wharton School oíthe University of Pennsyhlarlla. Comments and questions can be left at tw,'wmtgprofessor corn. Copynght 2Ol3Jack Guttentag. Distributed by nman Nevv. 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82 'o SEARCHCHCAGO.SUNTMES.COM/HOMES THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NO Builder Showcase Director For more information, Visit the Showcase Communities at: Beecher Prairie Park Castletown Homes W Church Rd & S Dixie Hwy Single Family and Townhome Townhomes from $149,000; Single Family from $189, ww'w.castletownhomes.com Find a lively mix of small-town charm and modern amendies at Prairie Park in Beecher, a past winner of the Governors Hometown Award. Qualified buyers stand eligible for a special USDA program that offers loo percent financing und low interest rates on o fixed 30-year mortgage. Burr Ride Residences of Burr Ridge Village Center Burr Deed, LLC 1000 Village Center Drive, Burr Ridge, Condos 2 Bedrooms starting at $249,900, 3 Bedrooms starting at $ The Residences ot Burí Ridge Village Center ore the most successful condo community n Chicago and the suburbs two years in a row. Located in one of the most vibrant, pedestrian-friendly downtown districts imaginable, shopping and dining are steps away. Home finishes include granite counters. stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. Chica 'o 474 North Lake Shore Drive 474 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, L Condo One bedrooms from $299,900, wo bedrooms from $529,900, three bedrooms from $624, North Lake Shore Drive features incredible views of the luke und skyline, a location stepo from all the best of the city and amendies including a toll-sine indoor pool, titness center and hospdality room with large sundeck, plus the ability to customize your finiohes American lnvsco 200 North Dearborn Private Residences 200 North Dearborn, Chicago, (L Condominiums $305,969 (1-bdrm) to $1,700,000 (47th floor Penthouse) with cash discount North Dearborn Private Residences, a 47-story luxury high-rise condominium building, is located in the Theatre District of Chicago's Loop. Confirmed by Appraisal Research Counselors as the fastest selling residential building in Chicago, 200 North Dearborn has introduced FNAL CLOSEOUT SALE pricing. American lnvsco Century Tower Private Residences 182 West Lake Street, Chicago, L Condominiums $219,000 (2-hdrm/1-bafh) lo $354,000 (3-bdrm/2-bath) Enjoy the best of both worlds at Century Tower: the elegance of a landmark building with modern amenities und conveniences. This historic 28-story building has undergone a $60-million renovation. Located at Lake und Wells streets, Century Tower offers an incomparable location in the Loop und Chicago's business and financial district. Park Monroe E. Monroe Street, Chicago, L Condo. One bedrooms from $319,500, two bedrooms from $494,900 and three bedrooms from $1,075, This spring is the Grand Opening of Park Monroe 2.0. Wdh residences on floors 40 and 41, all have magnificent views from floor-to-ceiling windows, plus spacious rooms and excellent finishes. The amenity package is second to none wfth views to match, including a terrace, pool, spa and so much more Wicker West 1555 Mosaic Development, LC 1555 N. Taiman Ave. in West Town Condominium $329,000-$409, Wicker West 1555 is a B-unit mined-use condominium development that showcases avant-garde architecture, innovative floor plans, upscale contemporary finishes and extremely ott ractive pricing. Two-bedroom and 3-bedroom units feature 2 or 3 baths and 1,537 to 1875 square feet of lining area. Limited-time incentivos include a free deeded parking space and a free Maytag washer-dryer. E'in Toll Brothers Bowes Creek Country Club 3841 Valhalla Drive Elgin Single Family Ranch Homes and Ranch Townhomes Active Adults From the Upper $100,000s The Active-Adult Collections ut Bowes Creek Country Club provide a private, gated community reserved for those 55 and better. This community offers homeowners a perfect blend of lifestyle and luouryltoll Brothers Bowes Creek Country Club Townhomes and Single Family Homes From the Upper $100,000s The Elgin urea's only new home community of single family homes, townhomes, and active aduli homes on u golf course offering a country club lifestyle whhout the fees. Minutes from major commuter routes! Elmhurst Hartz Essex Place 175 W. Brush Hill, Eimhurst, L Condo from $225, Luxurious condominium homes lecated only five minutes trum shopping, live theatre, world-claus restaurants, galt courseo and major eopressways... all with the great price and easy access of suburban living. And with no maintenance, you will have time to enjoy everything. Essex Place Features:. Heated ndoor Parking. Elevator Convenience. Private Carpeted Balconies Professionally Landscaped Grounds ndividual Locked Storage Unds Security ntercom w/television dentity Screening Elmhurst Memorial Hospital minutes away Hinsdale Battaglia Homes Luxury Custom Homes 305 North Washington Street, Hinsdale Single-family +$1, Founded in 1992, Battaglia Homes is on award-winning luxury custom home builder known tor crafting beautifully appointed residences in the Western Suburbs with timeless designs. Battaglia Homes has a reputation for eocellence and is renowned for working with each client to design and construct the home of their dreams. Lemont Glens of Connemara Castletown Homes 131st & Bell Road Single Family $450,000's and up Krystyna Crossing Castletown Homes Krysfyna Crossing & 127th St. Single Family $450,0005 and up Against the backdrop of historic, family friendly Lemoni, Castletowo Homes delivers valae-positioned pricing and high-end standard features, including: brick-and-stone exterior construction, oak flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, three-car garages and more. But act fast - limited homesites, including walkouts, cul-desacs, and lookouts, remain. Libert Ville The Enclave at the Reserve at the Merit Club Merit Homes Single Family $494,900-$625, Tall Pine Way, Libertyville, L www. merithomes.net Enjoy a low-maioteoavce, gated community of semicustom ranch and two-story homes in an award winning, established Libertyville neighborhood. You'll be surrounded by a resort-like setting and some homes overlook the magnificent Merit Club golf course or expanses of meticulously landscaped green space Lincolnshire Weiss Development Lincoinshire Place 400 Village Green Luxury condos $384,900 -$827, Live in a luourious 2 or 3 bedroom carefree condo with up to 3,272 uf. in prestigiouslincolnshire. Elegant condns have balconies, private entrances, and penthouses boast rooftop terraces. Ynu first class amenities include a fitness rsom, resident's club unit terrace pool. Lock ort Hartz Lago Vista Placid Court Lockport, L Single Family Ranch Homes from $189, Live a Vacation Everyday! is their motto at Lago Vista. This activo-aduli community caters to the needs of buyers 55 years or better who want a new lifestyle. They are empty-nesters who prefer ranch-style living 6 no longer want the arduous hassle of maintaining and cleaning their large single-family home, shoveling snow or mswiog the lawn. But they do want the opportunity to socialize and enjoy numerous recreational activities that can be found at community clubhouse, Club Lago Lombard Hartz Yorkhrook Place 2030 St. Regis Drive, Lombard, L Condo from $185, At Yorkbrook Pace, Hartz Homes offers distinctive home design with new two-bedroom condominiums starting at $185,500. This ideal location sits in the shadow of the recently renovated Yorktown Mall, residents benefit from easy access tu over 100 retail shops as well as exciting dining and entertainment options, such as Rock Bottom Brewery, Flat Top Grill, and Lucky Strike Lanes. Yorkbrook Place Features: Elevator Convenience Carpeted Balconies Maintenance-Free Living ndoor Heated Garage Prstessionally Landscaped Grounds ndividual Locked Storage Units ntercom Security System with Television dentity Screenvrg Manhattan T. J. Cachey Builders, nc Western Trail Route 52 (3 miles south of Laraway approx ) Arabian Ave. Single Family $189,900 to $255, model, main office Great selection at affordable prices of 2-stsry and ranch homes with optinnal flour plans ranging from 1500 to 2800 square feet. Brick ist floor, generous size basement. attached 2-car garage, energy efficient, with maintenance free exterior. Homes can be customized to suite individual needs. Quaint small town atmosphere McHenr Gerstad Builders Liberty Trails 1600 Reagan Blvd., McHenry L Single Family From $196, Homebuyers are drawo to the McHenry County new homes and the quiet, rolling landscape of Gerstad Builders' Liberty Trails community, where ranch and 2 story homes start frnm $196,990 to $308,490. Homes featuring 2-4 Bedrooms up tu 3 baths with GE Appliances. Kohler fixture and Gerstad custum plans tu lit your family's lifestyle. Mokena Hartz Whisper Creek Whisper Creek Ct. Mokena, L Duplexes 1mm $293, Whisper Creek otters tws ranch floor plans rairging from 2,050 tu 2,145 square feet, All homes include a full basement, two bedrooms, two baths, den, fireplace, brick exteriors, two-cur garage and a decorative 9-foot or volume ceilings, per plan. Eat-in kitchens come with stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, granite countertops, 36-inch cabinets and a preparation island. Morton Grove Toll Brothers Crossing at Morton Grove 6337 Flennings Coud, Morton Grove Rowhomes From the upper $200,000s The Crusssings at Morton Grove offers spacious row home designs, uniqae arch'itechturo, and lunacy features to sastity the most discerning hume buyer. The prefect blend of luxury, lucation, and lifestyle! New Lenox Hartz Hihernia 869 OConnell Street New Lenox, L Single Family lrom $258, Located just off Route 30 and Spencer Road in central New Lenox, the community uf Hibernia otters home buyers over 10 distinctive home designs to choose from. Community features include: Park with large lake Sand Volleyball Cnurts. Picnic Area Pavilion Water Spray Area Fishing Pier. Canoe Launch Walking/Jogging Trails Playgruund Ponds. Nearby Shopping. Near -355, l-80 T. J. Cachey Builders. lise. lt Cherry Hill South 2895 Joela Drive single-family $206,900 to $272, model, office Great selection at affordable prices of 2-story and ranch homes with optional fluor plans ranging from 1500 tu 2800 sq. ft. Brick ist floor, generous size basement, attached 2-car garage, energy efficient, with maintenance tree exterior. Homes can be customized fo suite individual needs. Minutes from T. J. Cachey Builders, nc l Sky harbor 2198 Alta Vista (Schoolhouse and Laraway) Single Family $229,900 to $300, model, main office 2-story aird ranch homes with optional floor plans ranging from i 500 to 2800 square feet. at affordable prices. Brick ist floor, generous size basemeat, attached 2-car garage, energy efficient, with maintenance free exterior. Homes cay be customized tu suite individual needs Great views of surrounding cuantryside. Voss Homes/Eagle Ridge Corp Crystal Springs 702 Teal Drive single-family $269,990 to $369, New single family ranch and 2-story homes ready to move in and built to order. Real estate brokers welcome. No rth b ro 0k Meadow Ridge Northhrnok KZF l)enelopnient Attached Maintenance Free Living $495K-$895K Special Construction Pricing, New Plans and New Availability 2117 Washington Drive (Corner of Techny & Founders) Attached Maintenance-Free living io a private gated community. Full brick residences raoging from 2300 tu 3600 square feet. 6 different plans, many with ist hour master suites. Call today to learn about special construction pricing, new plans and new availability.
83 Builder Showcase Directory at: tinyurl.com/gîkbuilders North lake WOLF RDGE CONDOMNUMS 77 N WOLF ROAD (ON Do $129,900- $ 189, Wolf Ridge is a community of new construction luxury condominiums conveniently located one block north of North Avenue in close proximity to expressways making travel to O'Hare, downtown Chicago and suburbs quick and convenient. Redaced pricing starts at $129,900 and 5 /o seller financing is available. Call today tor more information Dakbrook Terrace Hartz )iviahrook 744 Oliviabrook Drive Oakbrook Terrace, Townhome from $375, Oliviabrook otters an exceptional lifestyle. These elegantly designed townhomes offer numerous luxury features, uniqae carb appeal & a maintenancefree lifestyle. The Community i5 in a prime Oakbrook Terrace location, minutes from the finest entertainment venues, recreational facilities and shopping and dining opportunities. Orland Park T. J. Cachey Builders, nc. H Colette Highlands Townhomes 108th Avenue and 157th Street Townhome $250,000 to $285, model, office www,cacheybuilders.com Spacious 2 & 3 bedroom townhomes with central air conditioning, oak doors and trim, private 2 car attached garage and deck or patio. Lake and park views available. Units ready for immediate occupancy or select your own finishes. Maintenance free exteriors, professionally landscaped with underground lawn sprinkler. Walking distance to the train. Pia infield Epeoi Conmunities Villas at Fox Run S. Fox Run Circle Maintenance-tree luxury condo and single family ranches Upper $loos to mid $200s iliinois/pla infield/villas-at-fox-run Villas at Fox Run, an Epcon Community, is located in the heart of Plainfield and is maintenance-free luxury ranch living at its bestl Our commanity is located in beautiful surroundings near historic downtown Plainfield, and offers a well-equipped 3,000 square toot clubhouse. community ponds, and walking trails Poi ular Grove Gerstad Builders The Trails of Dawson Creek 112 Dawson Creek Trail, Popular Grove, L Single Family From $156, Priced from $156,990 to $258,990, the singlefamily homes of the Trails of Dawson Creek present a variety of styles to meet the needs of different families. Ranch, two-story and fri-level homes offer from two to five bedrooms and from one to 3.5 baths in about 1,300 to 3,200 square teet of living space. Each home has a partial basement, nteriors feature GE appliances, popular Colonist doors and trim, and furniture quality cabinetry. Richmond Gerstad Builders The Trails ol Pheasant Ridge Richmond L Single Family From $ Home buyers may choose among seven ranch and eight two-story home plans, with options for two to four bedrooms, one to three baths, and basement. With available homes ranging in size from 1,300 to almost 3,200 square feet, with prices ranging from $157,990 to $260,990. Pheasant Ridge has a choice to suit every family. South Barrin'ton Toll Brothers Regency at The Woods of South Barrington 23 Aztec Court South Barrington Single Family Ranch and Two Story Active Adult From the low $500,000s ww.regencyatthewoodsof southbarrington.com Regency at The Woods of South Barrington is setting the new standard in active adult living. Enjoy resortstyle luxury living at an affordable price! New Section Now Open! Toll Brothers The Woods of South Barrington 2 Acadia Drive South Barrington Single Family (condo, single tarnily, townhomes, etc) Priced from the $700,000s Toll Brother's newest and most prestigious new homes community in Chicagoland located in the highly coveted South Barrington offering luxurious single family homes with spectacular countryside views. Estate Collection model home now open! linie Park Malone & Moloney Brookside Glen South 8731 Fairfield Lane Single Family $325,000 to $355, Brookside Glen South is close to award winning schools and abundant shopping and dining options. The Builders Malone & Moloney bave a 40 year reputation of working personally with their customers to insure their complete satisfaction. The homes are all large with many standard features including 3 car garages. Vernon Hills Weiss Developmeoit River's Edge 425 Benjamin Drive Luxury condos $319, RiversedgebyWDC.com Nestled against the Half Day Forest Preserve, you'll love the wooded views in one of four remaining two bedroom plus den condos with up to 2,325 st. This impressive community boasts a nature park near a bike trail, indoor parking, fitness center, and a club room Wheelin i Northfield Group, LTD Millhrook Pointe 516 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, L Townhomes & Rowhomes $289,900 to $369, Miilbrookpointe.com Located in Wheeling's fastest growing corridor, Millbrook Pointe offers the best ot all worlds for first-time buyers and empty nesters. Discover elegant two-story townhomes and charming threestory rowhomes. All masonry exteriors showcase defined entrances, gabled roofs and articulated facades. Pedestrian friendly walkways criss-cross the community, while landscaped promenades are accented by fountains and a gazebo Smith Family Construction Prairie Park 700 N. Wolf Rd., Wheeling Condominium From low $230's www. Prai riepa rkatwheeling. cam Prairie Park is a unique commanity of one. two, and three bedroom condominums situated within an 18 acre prairie inspired habitat, Five mid-rise condominiums surround a beautifutly landscaped lake with fountains, walkways, a clubhouse, and a myriad of native trees and flowers. Located near Lake-Cook Rd. and Milwaukee Ave. the development is footsteps from upscale eateries, golfing, and coffee shop. Woodstock Epcon Communities Maples at the Sonatas 645 Handel Lane Maintenance-free luxury condo and single family ranches Upper $loos to mid $200s con/newhomes/illinois/woodstock/maptes-at-thesonatas/ Maples at the Sonatas, an Epcon Community, is located on the north side of Woodstock and is maintenance-free laoury ranch living at its best! Our community is located in beautiful surroundings near the historic Woodstock Square. and offers a wellequipped 3,000 square foot clubhouse, community ponds, and walking paths. NO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 SEARCHCHCAGOSUNTMES.COM/HOMES 5 For more information, Visit the Showcase Communities Chesterton, N Philippe Builders Village Green at Coffee Creek 605 village Point Townhomes 200's Settled among hundreds of acres of greenspace and environmental restoration, Coffee Creek has become a national model for sustainable development. The land contains 17 acres of non-buildable areas and wetlands, nearly 250 acres are contained in the preserved greenspace, parks, and constructed wetlands-a haven for hikers, lovers Lowell, N Philippe Builders Spring Run 2183 Oakwood Lene Single-family Homes 180's or bikers. and nature Spring Run is a community in which neighbors are friends, children feel safe and small-town values exist. Encircled by ponds, woods, rolling hills, and unique designs from which to select, Spring Run offers a location near the high school and minutes from the historic downtown. Single-family horneo start in $1 80's. st. John, N l'liillipu' Builders The Gates of St. John th Pace - Entrance off of Rt. 231 between Parish and Cme, 1.5 miles east of Rt. 41 Single-family home 200's Gates of St. John Community A pedestrian-friendly. multi-generational community on more than 700 acres with distinct; inter-connected neighborhoods featuring a tree-lined boulevard, walking and riding paths. water features. community fishing pond, green spaces, playgrounds and soccer fields. Like the magnificent decorative gates for which it is named, The Gates of St. John is a community characterized by beauty, charm and tradition Valuaraiso, N Ej-on Coiuinauinities Courtyards at Pepper Creek 3175 indian Summer Circle Maintenance-free luxury single family ranch homes Mid $200s to mid $300s http ://www. epcon commun it ies. co rn/n ewhomes/md i a na/va pa ra iso/the-courtyardsat-pepper-creek! Courtyards at Pepper Creek, an Epcon Community, is located in the heart of Valparaiso and is maintenancefree luxury ranch living at its best! Our commanity s nestled in beautiful surroundings near shopping, dining, and entertainment, and offers a well-equipped 3,000 square foot clubhouse, community ponds, and walking trails. Epeous Conmiunities Villas at Vale Park 2445 Allison Circle Maintenance-tree luxury ranch condos Upper $loos to low $200s corn/newho m es/i n d la n a/va pa ra i so/vi a s - at-va e - park! Villas at Vale Park, an Epcon Community, is located in the heart of Vatparaiso and is maintenance-f ree, luxury ranch living at its best! Our community is nestled in beautiful sarroundings near shopping, dining, and entertainment, and offers a well-equipped 3,000 square toot clubhouse, community ponds, and walking paths Berrien Sirinis, M Lake Chapín Shores Lakeside Properties, Series LLC Lake Shore Drive, Berrien Springs M Single Family $373K to $908K 888-TO-MCHGAN (888, ) At just 90 minutes from Chicago's Loop. this 21 home, maintenance-free community sits on Lake Chapin - the largest all sports lake this close to'' Chicago - with 22 miles of connected shoreline. Come tour our model homes this weekend and see why we're already 62 /o sold Out, Williauuis Bay. Wisconsin Gerslad Builders Bailey Estates 439 Ashley Dr., Williams Bay, W Single Family From $ The spacious homes in Bailey Estates have from three to five bedrooms and up to three bathrooms in 1800 to about 3200 square feet of well designed living space. Homes are situated on large home sites of almost a half acre up to '4 acres. Standard features such as GE appliances, Kohler fixtures and oak or white Colonist doors and trim put the finishing touches on each new home. Just five minutes from shopping and medical facilities, Bailey Estates offers. single-family homes from $ to $ Williams Ba, Wisconsin Gerstad Builders Bailey Estates 439 Ashley Dr., Williams Bay, W Single Family From $209, The spacious homes iii Bailey Estates hive from three to five bedrooms and ap to three bathrooms in 1800 to about 3200 square feet of well designed living space. Homes are situated on large home sites of almost a half acre up to 1 1Á acres. Standard features such as GE appliances, Kohler fixtures and oak or white Colonist doors and trim put the finishing touches on each new home. Just five minutes from shopping and medical facilities, Bailey Estates offers single-family homes from $ to $
84 CUSTOM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 SPECALSECTDNS.SUNTMES.COM AT MEDA SOLUTONS NO SQUARE FEET THE TOP OF STREETERVLLE Wolf Ridge condos offer ncentives, price discounts Spring deal... now TODAY' SHOMES i i Residence ,900 Three spacious bedrooms and amazing views of the lake and skyline - plus the city's best location steps from everything! FOYER MASTER BATH KTCHEN 13 2 X 7 8 DNNG l31ox86 LViNG ROOM 18'5X17'2 BEDROOM 3 O' 8 X 12' 5 BEDROOM 2 11' R X 14 7 MASTER BEDROOM 17' 3 X W 6 ONLY HOMES REMAN First-class amenities include a hospitality room with large.sundeck, full-size indoor pool, fitness center, steam room and sauna, plus round-theclock door and maintenance staff. lomes that you can customize including new hinets, granite countertops, hardwood flooring l stainless steel appliances. ONE BE) ROOMS FROM 299,900 TWO E3F:DROOMS FROM 494,900 THREE BE)ROOMS FROM 799,9O0 474LSDCondo.com \lfr:(u l loor MON SA O St'N Buyers will receive a prespring price reduction of up to $30,000 on remaining move-in-now homes at Wolf Ridge Condominiums, a 60- unit residential development at 77 N. Wolf Road just north of North Avenue (Route 64) in downtown Northiake. Along with the price reductions - rartging from $20,000 to $30,000 on immediate occupancy residences the next five buyers can lock in 5-percent down payment seller financing and receive two free parking spaces valued at $9,500," said Paul Dincin, partner in Catapuit Real Estate Group, the exclusive marketing agent for Wolf Ridge Condominiums. "For a limited time, the developer - the City of Northlake - is offering to give the buyers both a heated indoor parking space and an outdoor parking space," Dincin said. The heated indoor parking is valued at $7,500, and the outdoor spaced is worth $3,000, Dincin said. "Our unique seller-financing program is offering 30-year fixed-rate conventional financing for the next five qualified buyers at percent interest with a low 5-percent down payment," said Jeffrey T. Sherwin, mayor of North.lake. The Phase sales at Wolf Ridge Condominium currently are under way. Twentyone immediate-occupancy luxury condominiums have been released for sale, said Terrie Whittaker, director of brokerage services for Catapult Realty, bbc, the exclusive broker for Wolf Ridge. Twenty-four units already are sold and occupied in Phase of the development. Two-bedroom residences with one or two baths and 1,180 to 1,463 square feet of living area are offered at Wolf Ridge. Prices now begin at $129,900 for the most alfordable two-bedroom, onebath layout. The price was reduced from $149,900, a savings of $20,000. The most affordable two-bedroom, two-bath floor plan now is priced at $149,900, reduced from $174,900, a saving of $25,000. Monthly assessments range from $249 to $280. Purchasers may choose from nine spacious condominium floor plans at Wolf Ridge, and tour three models currently on display. Each condominium home at Wolf Ridge features a private balcony, designer kitchen with room for a table and a standard black or white appliance package, including refrigerator, oven/range, microwave, dishwasher, double-bowl stainless-steel sink and laminate counter-tops. Better deal?: New discounts and incentives are in effect at Wolf Ridge Condos in Northiabe (above). Piclured is the living room of the Belle model (below). i SUPPLED PHOTOS Wall-to-wall carpeting is standard in main living areas and bedrooms. Kitchens and baths feature ceramic tile. nunit laundry with washer and dryer hookups and laundry tub is standard. Each unit has individually controlled heating and central air conditioning and radiant heating in the floor. Development amenities include a decorated lobby with two elevators, intercorn system, indoor heated parking, individual private storage lockers, and a fire sprinkler systern throughout the building, radiant heat snow-melt at entryways and garage entrances and solid reinforced brick construction. Wolf Ridge features ample free guest parking. The development overlooks a park and features elegantly landscaped grounds. Nearby are Millennium Park and Community Center, the Northiake Public Library, Center Point Recreation and Preserve, and the local business district. The Wolf Ridge Condominiums sales center and models at 77 N.WolfRoad in Northiake are open Tuesday and Thursday frorn noon a.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and by appointment on Monday, Wechiesday, Friday and Sunday. Cali (708) , or visit corn
85 SPECALSECTONS.SUNTMES.COM SUPPLED TODAY' SHOMES NO CUSTOM MEDA SOLUTONS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Luxury living 474 N. Lake Shore lets buyers to 'go custom' today's real estate market, condominiums generally come as they are. New construction virtually stopped in 2008 and very few new condominiums have entered the market. n most residential buildings, the developer completed the interiors of the unsold homes with basic, standard finishes. The ability to customize a home for a new buyer in an existing building isa rare opportunity. This benefit was generally only available for buyers during the pre-construction phase of the development. One developer of a high rise in the Streeterville neighborhood understood the wants and needs of condominium buyers and has continued to allow customization of the homes that are currently on the market. The development is 474 North L,ajce Shore Drive, commonly known as "474." Buyers at 474 have the opportunity to choose from a variety of kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, hardwood flooring and stainless steel appliances to create homes that suit their tastes. 474 North Lake Shore Drive is 98 percent sold. The 10 remaining homes range from a Ready to spring: Once spring arrives, the 16th-floor sundeck at 474 North Lake Shore Drive transforms into a beautifully landscaped oasis for residents and their guests. SUPPLED PHOTO 741-square-foot one bedroom to a spacious 2,005-scuare-foot three-bedroom penthouse. Residence 2004, a one bedroom facing north, would be ideal for a first-time buyer or someone seeking an affordable second home convenient to all the excitement of the city. At the other end of the spectrum, penthouse Residence 6103, on the top floor of the building, features breathtaking views of the skyline, including the John Hancock Center, as well as bake Michigan and Navy Pier. With three sizable bedrooms and plenty of closet space, there is room for everything in this home. n addition to the beautiful interiors offered at 474, it is a hill-amenity building. Amenities include a state-of-the art fitness center with pmfessional equipment, an indoor pool, steam room arid sauna. The building also offers indoor and outdoor entertaining options on the 16th floor sun deck. An indoor squarefoot party room and catering kitchen, opens out to the impressively furnished sun deck with gas grills and awe-inspiring views. This entertainment suite is the perfect place to host friends all year round. 474 is a highly desirable development at the intersection of Lake Shore Drive and llinois Street. The building sits just west of Navy Pier, allowing for stunning views of the lake and the city. The development is located in the heart of Streeterville. The neighborhood includes some of Chicago's best restaurants. Residents can walk from 474 to a breakfast hotspot like Yollc, lunch at RL or dinner at Maison overlooking Lakeshore East Park. For gourmet groceries, Fox and Obel is located on the saine block and worldrenowned shopping on the Magnificent Mile is minutes away. Nearby are a 2 1 -screen AMC theatre and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre on Navy Pier. The lakefront path, for biking or jogging, is across the street, while The Art nstitute and other museums are in wanting distance. 474 is also located near Millennium Park, where the very popular ice-skating rink is open through mid March, weather permitting. Come spring, visitors to the park will flock to Lune Gardens and Pritzker Pavilion's verdant lawn. People from around the world visit Chicago to experience all of the culture and attractions, which are always available to the fortunate residents of the downtown area. The central location of the building is particularly attractive for commuting to work. There are many ways to get to multiple destinations in Chicago from Streeterville. The various bus routes and the "L" make public transportation a breeze. Access to the highways via Lake Shore Drive or through the north side of downtown is also easy for those traveling to the suburbs or outside the center of the city. With the floor plan options still available, the ability to customize a new home and the unbeatable location in the Streetei-ville neighborhood, 474 is a great place to own a home, however since only ten residences remain, those interested should act quickly for the best selection. The on-site sales center is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. The prices start at $299,900 for one-bedrooms, $494,900 for two-bedrooms and $799,900 for three-bedroom penthouses. Call the sales center at (312) or visit the Website at for additional information. 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98 46 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL GO... * Cover Story pioneerlocal.com Journey to a wiped-out town in lluminated' BY MYRNA PETLCK Contributor Family Friendly Film Clips DVD Column Contact GO Pioneer Press Timothy P. Knight Publisher & CEO, Sun-Times Media Jill McDermott VP, Advertising jmmcdermoft poneerlocal.com Editorial Jennifer Thomas, Managing Editor for Features Sara Burrows News Producer Features Susan Kane Parker Calendar listings Printed with soy inks on recycled paper. There was a town n the Ukraine called Trochenbrod that is no more. Nearly the entire population - over 5,000 Jews - was wiped out during the Holocaust. A young American writer named Jonathan journeys to that area in search of a woman who may have saved his grandfather from that fate in "Everything s lluminated." Devon de Mayo directs Simon Block's adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel for Next Theatre Company. ' saw the original production of this play in London in thought it was a story that needed to be seen by Chicago audiences," de Mayo said. The play somehow manages to insert a great deal of humor into a very serious subject. "The play is hilarious," the director said. "But it goes to really, really dark places." n preparation for staging the show, de Mayo read and reread the source novel. She noted that dramaturg Kristin Leahey provided invaluable information on the history of Trochenbrod and what was happening in the Ukraine during World War l. The director and her cast also viewed a new documentary, "Lost Town," on a search for "this town that was wiped off the map. After the Nazis came through, only 33 people survived," de Mayo reported. The main character Jonathan is inspired to take this journey by the death of his grandfather and an old, yellowed photograph he has been given of his grandfather as a young man. Highland Park native Brad Smith plays Jonathan. "He's obviously very intelligent but also a little inexperienced and naive as far as getting out of his comfort zone and going out into the world," Smith said. The actor believes that Jonathan ventures to the Ukraine "to give his own life a little more context." Smith said he understands that need because, " am Jewish and my family came from Russia." Alex Goodrich is part of the cast of Next Theatre's "Everything s lluminated," based on the book about a Jewish young man's journey to the hometown of his grandfather. PHOTO BY SABELLA COELHO 'Everything s lluminated' Feb. 21-March 31 Next Theatre Company, Noyes cultural Arts center, 927 Noyes St., Evanston $30-$40, $25 for previews, Feb (847) , Ext. 2: nexttheatre.org Jonathan's guide and translator on this journey is a young Ukrainian named Alex (Alex Goodrich), accompanied by his grandfather (played by Bill Norris) and the grandfather's dog, Sammy Davis Jr. Jr. Actor Goodrich described Alex as "a young Ukrainian man who has grown up in a big city, relatively lower class." Much of the humor of the show is based on the way translator Alex mangles the English language. "t's the best malapropisms l've ever heard," Goodrich reported. "f show up and memorize these words in the right order and just say them, my job is done." The actor found an unusual way to capture a Ukrainian accent - by listening to the Brooklyn-based Ukrainian gypsy folk rock band Gogol Bordello. Of course, he received a lot more assistance from dialect coach Eva Brenneman. Alex is helping Jonathan track his family's history in World War l and yet, "His family history has never been discussed," Goodrich said. The actor indicated that when he first read the script, he wondered why his character is the one who periodically talks to the audience. "lt's very clear as the show progresses that it is both Jonathan's story and very much Alex's story as he learns secrets that his grandfather has been keeping his entire life about what his grandfather did during the war," Goodrich said.
99 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, p Five - pioneerlocal.com Managing Editor Jennifer Thomas' entertainment picks for this week 'The Future of Food,' talk by author Josh Schonwald is at 7 p.m. (today) Feb. 21 at the Dawes House, 225 Greenwood St. See Evanstonhistorycenter. org. Suzanne Vega performs at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Feb. 22 as part of a 93XRT show at S.P.A.C.E., 1245 Chicago Ave., Evanston. Visit evanstonspace. com. Seed Swap and Lecture takes place Feb. 24 at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe. Lecture is 2 p.m., seed swap 3-5 p.m. Visit chicagobotanic.org. Music of the Baroque presents 'The Water Music - And More' at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. See baroque.org. 'Farewell Show: Ceramics by Peter Hessemer and Paintings by Jim Krauss' are on display to March 22 at Oakton College's Koehnline Museum. See Oakton.edu/ museum.
100 48 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL g ' Think 'Lincoln' has Oscars locked? 'Argo' begs to differ BY BRUCE NGRAM Film Critic Best Picture ex-filtrators? John Goodman, Alan Arkin and Ben Affleck in Argo." AP PHOTO/WARNER BROS.-Claire Folger Until recently, it seemed that "Lincoln" was a shoo-in to win most of its nomiñated categories at the Academy Awards this Sunday - and it mostly still looks that way, except for one little complication. The Oscar for Best Picture of 2012 is very much up for grabs. The simple fact that Ben Affleck had not even been nominated in the Best Director category for 'Argo" (The shame!) made it seem highly unlikely that film would win the top prize - simply because Best Picture and Best Director almost always go hand-in-hand. Now, however, with "Argo" having won Best Picture awards at the Golden Globes (where Affleck also won Best Director), the Producer's Guild, BAFTA (the British movie awards, where Affleck also won Best Director) and the Directors Guild (another Best Director prize), the film seems poised to split the traditional pairing for the first time since 1989's "Driving Miss Daisy." Or maybe not. "Lincoln," in addition to its other virtues, is the sort of prestige picture the Academy has always loved to recognize (and being the highest-grossing film among the nine Best Picture nominees doesn't hurt). Also, the fact that Affleck was snubbed as a Best Director contender could indicate that the Academy isn't feeling "Argo," for whatever reason. Only one thing is certain: There's going to be an unusual element of high drama and suspense at the Academy Awards this year. f "Lincoln" Day-Lewis is Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's historical ensemble drama, "Lincoln." Daniel and "Argo" split the vote and cancel each other out, what next? "Silver Linings Playbook" for Best Picture? Don't bet on it, but Here are my nervous predictions for winners in the major categories. Best Picture: "Argo." (Nominees: "Amour," "Life of Pi," "Argo," "Lincoln," "Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Django Unchained," "Zero Dark Thirty") Best Director: Steven Spielberg, who certainly deserves it for "Lincoln" and who hasn't won in this category since "Saving Private Ryan." (Nominees: Michael Haneke, "Amour"; Benh Zeitlin, "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; Ang Lee, "Life of Pi"; Steven Spielberg, "Lincoln"; David O. Russell, "Silver Linings Playbook") Best Actor: Daniel Day- Lewis who, in addition to deserving it, has already picked up prizes from the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild, BAFTA and a long list of critics awards including the Chicago Film Critics Association. (Nom i- nees: Bradley Cooper, "Silver Linings Playbook"; Joaquin Phoenix, "The Master"; Daniel Day-Lewis, "Lincoln"; Denzel Washington, "Flight"; Hugh Jackman, "Les Miserables")
101 Movies pioneerlocal.com NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, ALVN AlLEY AMERCAN DAE Robert Battle Artistic Director Masazumi Chaya Associate Artistic Director EATER CU TU R Al AMBASSADOR WORLD Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper star in "Silver Linings Playbook." Best Actress: The lead n this extremely tough race seems to be narrowing down to Emmanualle Riva for "Amour" and Jennifer Lawrence for "Silver Linings Playbook." The smart money's probably on Lawrence, because she gave a knockout performance (as usual) and she's already won at the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild. 'm picking Riva, though, because her performance was extraordinary - and because the voters at BAFTA thought so too. (Nominees: Jessica Chastain, 'Zero Dark Thirty"; Quvenzhane Wallis, "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; Jennifer Lawrence, "Silver Linings Playbook"; Naomi Watts, "The mpossible"; Emmanuelle Riva, "Amour") Best Supporting Actor: Alan Arkin hit another career peak in "Argo," but Tommy Lee Jones ripped up the screen in "Lincoln" - and he has a prize from the Screen Actors Guild to prove it. (Nominees: Alan Arkin, "Argo"; Robert De Niro, "Silver Linings Playbook"; Philip Seymour Hoffman, "The Master"; Tommy Lee Jones, "Lincoln"; Christoph Waltz, "Django Unchained") Best Supporting Actress: Let's just say it straight out. t's going to be Anne Hathaway for "Les Miserables." She's already won at the Screen Actors Guild, the Golden Gloves and BAFTA. And if anybody ever drove a truck through an Oscar moment, she did with " Dreamed a Dream." (Nominees: Amy Adams, "The Master"; Sally Field, "Lincoln"; Anne Hathaway, "Les Miserables"; Helen Hunt, "The Sessions"; Jacki Weaver, "Silver Linings Playbook") Best Adapted Screenplay: Another virtually guaranteed sure-thing for "Lincoln" and screenwriter Tony Kushner, drawing partially from Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Team of Rivals." (Nominees: Chris Terno, "Argo"; Lucy Alibar and Benh Zeitlin, "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; David Magee, "Life of Pi"; Tony Kushner, "Lincoln"; David O. Russell, "Silver Linings Playbook." Best Original Screenplay: The screenplay category often turns into a consolation prize for films that didn't win Best Picture, meaning "Zero Dark Thirty" (Mark Boal), "Django Unchained" (Quentin Tarantino) and "Flight" (John Gatins) are almost certain to qualify. The more high-profile "Zero Dark" would seem to be the obvious choice, if not for the fact that Boal won so recently for writing "The Hurt Locker" and Tarantino has already won at the Golden Globes and BAFTA. Unless the Writers Guild awards suggest otherwise, 'm betting on the big T. (Nominees: Michael Haneke, "Amour"; Quentin Tarantino, "Django Unchained"; John Gatins, "Flight"; Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola, "Moonrise Kingdom"; Mark Boal, "Zero Dark Thirty") SAVE $1o* WTH CODE SUNTMES! ONLNE AuditoriumTheatre.org PHONE: ARTS (2787) BOX OFFCE: 50 East Congress Pkwy GROUPS (10+): THE " ROEERTTHOMAS ONS Th PRVAT BANN FOUNDATON MARCH EXTENDED TO 10 PERFORMANCES BY POPULAR DEMAND! TCKETS START AT ONLY $32! AUDTO UM THEATRE 0fROOSEVELT UNVERSTY FA L M E R 110 USE Official Vehicle Partner Student Matinee Student Matinee Official Hoet of AMn Aitey Sponsor Sponsor Partner American Dance Theater N Offer valid on price Levels 2-4 only. Restrictions apply. Photo ofalicia GrafMack by Andrew Eccles. P'
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103 Listen pioneertocatcom NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 American Friends of the srael Sport Center for the Disabled Presents an extraordinary evening with legenda tzhak Peri Featuring Rohan De Silva on piano 4" Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center 22H S',t1 Alici,a,i.l't'UlH', (hica\'o. L (k)4 Tuesday, April 2, pm For ticlct». pk'ìse visit: wwv.ìttcd org or cal 73-S Members of the Lincoln Trio (from left), Desiree Ruhstrat, David Cunliffe, both of Highland Park, and Marta Aznavoorian of Glencoe. " heard the Lincoln Trio at Northmoor Country Club," he began. "They stayed for dinner and we had a chance to talk." Meanwhile, Mesirow Financial had constructed an auditorium in their downtown office, which holds about 250 people and was meant for corporate meetings. When Cedille Records, the local label specializing in recording Chicago classical music, became a Mesirow client, the financial firm used that space for a benefit concert for Cedille. The program included violinist Rachel Barton Pine, soprano Patrice Michaels and the Lincoln Trio. "lt was a lovely evening, a great success," Mesirow said. The next morning, Veda Levin, a senior member of the firm, said "Does anyone remember Texaco Presents? Why don't we do Mesirow Financial Presents?" And the idea was born. Fast forward to the Four Seasons hotel and a benefit for Merit School of Music. "The Lincoln Trio was playing and Desiree (Ruhstrat) came up to me and said that Ravinia was interested in programming 'Annelies' but the piece needed to be recorded," Meisrow said. "Welz Kauffman and shook hands and t was agreed." By an amazing coincidence, Whitbourn the composer had gone to school in England with David Cunliffe, cellist with the Lincoln Trio. "He was ahead of me at the Skinners' Grammar School for Boys," Cunliffe explained. "There weren't many musicians there and he influenced me in my musical studies." Whitbourn's choral piece for soprano and chorus had been written for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and was performed in n 2009 he arranged it for chamber ensemble and it was performed in the The Hague in the Netherlands. Soprano Arianna Zukerman, daughter of violinist Pinchas Zukerman and flutist Eugenia Zukerman, was soloist for the chamber premiere in the Hague. "We performed it on what would have been Anne's 80th birthday," she said, when reached at her home in Washington, D. C. area, "and we were in a building that had been a Jewish synagogue." She will reprise the soprano role in Bennett Gordon Hall Sunday. "Anne's story is so remarkable," Zukerman said. "My grandparents were Holocaust survivors, and t remember going to the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam when was a little girl. Everyone has a connection to her." AFSCD iiilu.. CONCERT SERES EVERY FRDAY. FEURL try 22 - MARCH 29 S3995 TWO 125 POUND LGSSÎERS AL YOU CAN EAT WTH LO B STE R F F S T CAESAR SALADO CAESAR SALAD PO101O FODE'S SPRNG PRX 1X1. 1R-L(MJRSU 1)NNLRS FRST COURSE SECOND COURSE THRD COURSE CHOOCE OF ONO, CHOCE OP ONE CHOCE 0E ON} OCtdnFtathread OastedCt Mixed Berry Tart BURR RDGE Btidew. EAwe Coegar Sa'ad Ft ron Steak Coconut Cream Pie S&iottheUay TreutAmne Sorte! Tina Wontons Cedar Ponked S3OWP FEBRUARY 18 - MARCH 31 THE DREAMNG TREE Rid 3knd Chardiny North C, Ca1k,rwa Cnrnt C,o*l!, Cejifornia $'Gu$4'3oiik $&OH$.lt3}iil SNot v2id with any other dicowu. off«or promoo1. WARREPVLLE LNCONSHRE n254 Dierti Rd Miwauk Avenue SUNDAYS MkRCH3 su.cn nam-2pv.,
104 THURSDAY, 52 FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Listen pioneerlocal corn 'Grapes of Wrath' opera premieres at NU BY DOROTHY ANDRES Contributor John Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prizewinning novel The Grapes of Wrath has been made into a fullscale opera by one of America's most successful living songwriters, Picky an Gordon. Staged in Minneapolis in 2007, the opera will reçeive its Chicago-area premiere at Northwestern University over the next two weekends. "There came a moment when knew wanted to be an opera composer," said Gordon, whose songs have been performed by such operatic and Broadway luminaries as Renee Fleming, Dawn Upshaw, Nathan Gunn, Kelli O'Hara and Audra MacDonald. "So sent 16 of my songs out to a number of 'The Grapes of Wrath' 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22, Feb.28 and March 2:2 p.m. Feb. 24 Northwestern University's Cahn Auditorium, 600 Emerson St., Evanston $18; $8 for students (847) ; opera companies," he continued. "Minnesota Opera got back to me and said they wanted to do an opera based on Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath' n conjunction with Utah Opera. "Let me re-read the book," he replied, but in fact, he had never read it. Facing a cross-country flight to Los Angeles, he bought a copy and started reading it on the plane. "lt was unbelievably gripping," he said during a phone interview from his home on New York City's Upper West Side. He admitted he initially found the story "a scary thing." The opera took four years to write. "'m a Jewish boy from Long sland," he said. "What did know about the Dust Bowl?" So in addition to reading Steinbeck's book, he traveled the country and talked to people, some of the whom lived through the Dust Bowl. He also read the award-winning nonfiction book The Worst Hard Time by Timothy Egan. "Ken Burns' PBS series 'The Dust Bowl' used material from that book," Gordon said. Some Chicagoans might remember Frank Galati's adaptation of "Grapes of Wrath" which originated in 1988 with Steppenwoif Theatre and went to Broadway in 1990, winning the 1990 Tony Award for Best Play. Dr. Seuss' ; Birthday Brunch Celebrate Dr. eu' birthdag with th Cat in the Hat. There All adults and children must pre-register for this event. For ages 3 and up. Registration Code: Residents: $10 Non-residents: $12 will be crafts, food. raffles and a guest will read otne of hi favorite Dr. eu books. Oakton Center ' 4701 Oakton st., (847) , ext ' kokiepark.org kokie PARK DSTRCT
105 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Listen pioneerlocal.com "My opera is quite different from Galati's intimate play," Gordon said. 'n the book, Steinbeck alternates between the story of the Joads, with what was going on in the government at that time. use the chorus for the part about what was happening in the government." Playing Uncle John in the original cast of "Grapes of Wrath" was baritone Robert Orth, a role he reprised in Utah and Pittsburgh and will portray Michael Ehrman ALLEGRETT'S BAKERY Fancy talian & Miniature Pastries Serving the finest talian Baked Goods for more than 4 decades CELEBRATNG 50 YEARS N BUSNESS! THANK YOU TO ALL OUR LOYAL, CUSTOMERS! Ricky an Gordon SPECAL LUNCH AND DNNER LENTEN MENU OPEN 7 days a week For lunch, dinner and late night FUN Friday, Saturday & Sundays LVE Entertainment Banquet room and authentic German catering menu available for all your business and Family events Robert Orth again at Northwestern. n addition to singing the standard operatic repertoire, Orth has made a career of performing in new American operas such as portraying Frank Lloyd Wright in "Shining Brow" and the title role in "Nixon in China" with Chicago Opera Theatre. "'m an American," said Orth, speaking from his home in Libertyville. "'m thrilled to do American operas." As a child Orth lived in Chicago, Montana and Texas, where he experienced dust storms. " remember the clouds, the howling winds all the time," he saidof that time. "We hung wet rags around the bed of my baby brother, but when the storm was over there was red dust everywhere." n preparation for the opera, he and the entire Northwestern cast watched the Ken Burns series. Director of Opera at NU Michael Ehrman also watched the Burns pieces. " have wanted to do 'Grapes of Wrath' since came to Northwestern," he declared, "but was waiting for the right voices, and now have them." He has plenty. The cast numbers 67, including 11 local children. Erhman believes that might be the largest cast ever assembled at Cahn for a Northwestern opera. Ehrman's association with the composer goes back to the early 1980s when they were both beginning their careers n Manhattan. " remember when Ricky would compose a new song, he'd invitq us all over to his apartment and play t for us," he said. For Ehrman, the presence of Robert Orth from the original cast s a terrific plus. Gordon's praise for the baritone who plays Uncle John is even more effusive. "f you are a American opera composer; you have to write a role for Robert Orth." CitadTe(Theatre Company - Lakç Forest The 2009 Tony Award Winning Comedy qoq B, VAH1NA EZ4 r,«4eie CH1TOPHE AAQE! HAHPTOtÎ ÇjZeppoès Starting February 16th GREAT FOOD, GREAT SERVCE, GREAT PEOPLE German.merict1t1 Cuisine Ask about our Daily Specials 7717 W. Lawrence, Norridge W. rving Park Rd., Norridge Feb. 8 Mar. lo i Citadel Theatre.org 300 N. Waukegr Rc. Lake Forest, L 6OO
106 54 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Gorilla Tango hosts family mûsical 'Really Rosie' BY MYRNA PETLCK Contributor Everything will be "Really Rosie" at Gorilla Tango's Skokie Theatre, 7924 Lincoln Ave., 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, March 2-April 7. That's when A-Squared Theatre Workshop presents the family musical with book and lyrics by Maurice Sendak and music by Carole King. Murder at the Valentine Parties Exciting nteractive Murder Mystery Parties (773) Melissa Mok plays Rosie, the leader of the Nutshell Kids, who are neighborhood friends. "She is the one who creates what they're going to do during the day," Mok said. On this particular day, "She gets them to audition for her so they all have their own little song to sing." Rosie has a way of uniting the friends. "They all have their individual personalities and little quirks but she gets them all to come together and have a really great time," Mok said. The actor is convinced families will love the show because of the wonderful music and story "we can all relate to." Tickets are $14. For details, call (773) or go to www. gorillatango.com. THE BG 4-O Everyone's invited to a Library Birthday Party, 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 1, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Eisenhower Public Library District, 4613 N. Oketo, Harwood Heights. There will be games and fun for children in Kids World. For details, call (708) or go to www. eisenhowerlibrary.org. s February 16,2013 Dinner & Murder Mystery St. Charles Location February 23, 2013 Murder Mystery Train to Milwaukee and back Union Station Chicago March 09, 2013 Dinner, Murder Mystery Orland Park, L C heck our Top Five picks for the weekend's best bets. BRANCHNG OUT Kids will go ape watching the tree-swinging antics of young orphaned Oscar and learning the touching story of this "Chimpanzee" star. The documentary will be shown at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 on a big screen at Niles Public Library, 6960 W. Oakton St. A snack will be served. For details, call (847) or go to www. nileslibrary.org. FARY TALES RETOLD A cast of 16 teen actors will take audiences "nto the Woods" when the Actors Training Center of Wilmette Theatre presents act one of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece. Performances of the musical are 10 am. Saturdays, Feb. 23, March 2 and March 9, and 7 p.m. Sunday, March 10 at 1122 Central Ave., Wilmette. Tickets are $15. For details, call (847) or go to www. wilmettetheatre.com. DNO MGHT March 16, 2013 Dinner, Murder Mystery St Charles, L Your guide to the weekend and beyond Every Thursday Dinosaur hunters Don Pfister and Lisa Zago-Martin will introduce families to the operations at a paleontological dig site when they present Dinosauria, 2 to 2:45 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24 at Park Ridge Public Library, 20 S. Prospect Ave. The pair have been involved in the excavation of Jurassic dinosaur skeletons. Reserve
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108 THURSDAY, 56 FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL 11m Clips BRUCE NGRAM Film Critic Dwayne Johnson stars in OPENNG THS WEEK Snitch.' Rated P5-13 for some violence and sexual references Stars Luke Ganalon, Miriam Colon, Benito Martinez An elderly medicine woman (Colon) helps a Latino boy (Ganalon) come of age in his World War l-era village. Carl Franklin ("Devil in a Blue Dress") directed the drama. DARK SKES Rated PC-13 for violence, terror throughout, sexual material, drug content and language Stars Kri Russell, Josh Hamilton, Dakota Goyo A suburban family finds themselves at the center of various dturbing events and finds out a deadly force is after them. Rated R for some violence Stars Dwayne Johnson, Susan Sarandon, Jon Bernthal n order to free his son, who has been set up in a drug deal, a father (Johnson) goes undercover for the DEA. Pic Roman Waugh ("Felon") directed the thriller. STLL PLAYNG **1/2 Rated PG-13 for violence, scary images and some sexual material Stars Alden Ehren reich, Alice Englert, Jeremy rons, Emma Thompson This so-so supernatural teen romance is sort of like "Twilight," basically, except it's about witches instead of vampires and the perpetually menaced mortal is a boy. Young aspiring writer Ethan (Ehrenreich) takes notice when Lena Duchannes (Englert), niece of the richest guy in town (semi-evil warlock rons), shows up for high school just in time to turn 16 and be claimed as a particularly powerful good or bad witch, with potential repercussions for the fate of mankind. There are plenty of magical subplots to keep things needlessly complicated and just enough spell-casting action to keep the scenario from becoming lethargic. Yet, as in "Twilight," the only thing that really matters is whether or not it all ends in love's sweet, somewhat freaky, song. ESCAPE FR. T EARTH Rated PG for action and some mild rude humor Stars Brendan Fraser, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Alba, R icky Gervais Astronaut Scorch Supernova (Fraser) finds himself trapped after responding to an SOS on a dangerous planet. Cal Brunker makes his feature directorial debut. A GOOD DA TO OL}ARD ** Rated R for violence and language Stars Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch Chaotic, overblown and utterly preposterous, the fifth installment in the "Die Hard" franchise proves that a non-stop action/adventure orgy can be a colossal bore. n past installments, terrorist-thwarting Detective John McClane (Willis) earned audience sympathy by being a bit of an underdog - doing his best with the adds against him. This time around, though, he's obnoxiously macho a la Stallone or Schwarzenegger while showing up his previously nonexistent, estranged CA-agent son (Coutney), who's involved in some terrorist-thwarting of his own in Moscow. For fans of insane, mega-budgeted, off-thecharts destruction only. Rated PC-13 for thematic material involving threatening behavior, and for violence and sexuality Stars Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel A young woman (Hough) with a mysterious past forms a bond with a widower (Duhamel) that forces her to confront a dark secret. Lasse Hallstrom ("Salmon Fishing in the Yemen") directed the romance, based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks. r **½ Rated R for sexual content and language Stars Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy f you can get past the fact that the plot is preposterous and one of the characters is a violent, amoral lunatic and all you're expecting is a few decent laughs, "dentity Thief" isn't bad, really. t's better than a throat punch from McCarthy, in any case, who doles them out frequently as loveable sociopath con-artist Diana, who steals the identity of mild-mannered businessman Sandy (Bateman). To save his credit rating, his reputation and his job, Sandy decides to track Diana down personally, leading to all manner of action-comedy craziness involving a long road trip from Florida to Chicago, with homicidal drug dealers and a bad-guy bounty hunter in hot pursuit. Nothing about it makes sense, but the comedy does deliver on the humorous side, thanks to nice comic chemistry between wild-woman McCarthy and straight-man-par-excellence Bateman. lt's just a shame the script doesn't give them much to work with. be EFFEC1S Rated R for sexuality, nudity, violence and language Stars Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum lt's possible that the cool, cerebral "Side Effects" might be too clever for its own good, but how long has it been - in this era of generic, formulaic fare - since you last saw a movie that kept you guessing? Apparently the final theatrical feature by director Steven Soderbergh before switching to TV, "Side Effects" is a narrative chameleon that shifts through four or five different genres, beginning as a domestic/medical drama. When her husband (Tatum), comes home from prison, loyal wife Emily (Mara) slips into a suicidal depression. Then she winds up in the care of nice-guy psychiatrist Dr. Banks (Law), who prescribes a drug that ultimately leads Emily to commit a shocking act that sends her to prison. Or so it seems.
109 u NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, New releases on DVD, Blu-ray BY BRUCE NGRAM Film Critic NEW THS WEEK L u Rated R for language and some violent images Stars Ben Affleck, John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Bryan Cranston Combining real-life espionage drama with a side order of Hollywood satire, "Argo" is never less than fascinating and it's also, by turns, extremely suspenseful and surprisingly funny. This is something special, deftly and entertainingly recounting the littleknown true story of a CA operative who flew into ran during the 1980 hostage crisis and rescued six Amencans who had managed to slip away to the Canadian embassy. The major laughs come from the Hollywood satire when a phony movie production is set up with the help of a makeup artist and a washed-up producer. That's all forgotten in the nerve-wracking final act when Affleck and his charges try to bluff their way out of the country. Extras include commentary by Affleck and featurettes such as "Rescued from Tehran: We Were There." ANNA AREN Rated R for some sexuality and violence Stars Keira Knightley, Jude Law. Aaron Taylor-Johnson With more than two dozen film adaptations of Tolstoy's classic novel already in existence, director Joe Wright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard apparently felt something extraclever was needed to spruce up the old girl for another go-round. Hence the decision to set this "Anna Karenina" on the stag of a 19th-century theater. That intriguing device is Ben Affleck directs and stars as Tony Mendez in "Argo." executed with impressive visual flair by Wright, with his actors perpetually moving from one setting to another while dodging moving scenery. Unfortunately, so much effort is made to keep us visually dazzled that it's difficult to maintain emotional involvement as the story unfolds. ** Rated PG-13 Stars Victoria Justice, Chelsea Handler, Thomas Middleditch A strange blend of sweet young romance and crude high school sex comedy on training wheels, "Fun Size" seems to be setting out to model sleazy teen behavior for impressionable 'tween girls. This Nickelodeon production is nowhere near as raunchy as the average R-rated teen comedy. lt does set out in that direction, with enough entry-level infusions of potty humor, gross-out gags and precocious sex to titillate wannabe teenagers. lt's all about one wild Halloween night for nice girl Wren (Justice) and her not-quite-so-nice best friend April (Jane Levy), who fumes when Wren's mom (Handler) makes her take her obnoxious little brother trick-or-treating. Extras include a gag reel and deleted scenes. For more, go online to read the full list ofnew releases in the Entertainment section ofyour town's page. Working together to provide you the best neurological care. At NorthShore Neurological nstitute, you're n the hands of experts renowned for finding answers to difficult spine and brain conditions. Now, through the collaboration between NorthShore and Mayo Clinic, you have access to world-class expertise and the combined strength of two innovative thinkers. Our leading neurologists, neurosurgeons and researchers collaborate with Mayo experts to diagnose and explore treatment options for complex cases. You'll have peace of mind knowing we're working together to find the answers you need. At NorthShore University HealthSystem, excellence is all around you. To learn more about our expert neurological team, visit northshore.org/neuro today. inorthshore University ealthsystem
110 58 THURSDA'( FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL THE P FLE AGAN j Showtimes! pioneerlocaicom N FLO PERENCE 6at8pm s Pink Floyd concert recreation! TME JRSH ROVERS Fn, Mar 01 at 8pm Farewell tour ends 2015! Don't miss one of their final Chicago concerts! ith Livingston Taylor Thu, Mar 14 at 8pm Known for "At Seventeen' & "Society's Child," this un-sung folk legend & 2013 Grammy winner should not be missed' A comprehensive list of movie times is available online at Choose your publication, and then select the Entertainment tab Maple Ave. Evanston (847) Centra Ave. Highland Park The theater is currently closed for maintenance nd st. Highland Park (847) AMC 'SHOWPLACE NL: 301 Golf Mill Center, Niles (888) AMC-4FUN r'j_1 5 S. Prospect Ave. Park Ridge (847) Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney and Sebastian Koch star in "A Good Day to Die Hard." ROSEM Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont (847) Old Orchard Center Skokie (847) Old Orchard Center Skokie (847) MC SHOWPLACE VLLAGE CROSSNG Carpenter Road, Skokie (888) AMC-4FUN NORTH SHORE CENTER ìtr 'nrmmn ARTS N, ' NorthShoreCenter.org ROSEMONT Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont (847) Central Ave. Wilmette (847)
111 r: NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, This Weekend and B.yond Get out and enjoy your community THS WEEKEND & BEYOND A list of regional events for you to go out and enjoy i "Booth" 18+ Presented as a staged reading at 8 p.m. Feb. 23 and 2 p.m. Feb. 24 at Oakton Community College's Studio One, 1600 E. Golf Road, Des Plaines. $8. Call (847) Gorilla Tango's Skokie Theatre 7924 Lincoln Ave. Skokie. com. Through March 10, 6 p.m. Sundays: "Shaw's Farm," a country music musical. $20. Through March 29, 7:30 p.m. Fridays: "Dial with a Smile: An Office Musical," $15. "Little Women: The Musical" Through March 3 at The John Wald ron Arts Center at Edison Park United Methodist Church, 6740 N. Oliphant Ave, Chicago, at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays; and 1:30 p.m. Sundays. $15-$20. Call (224) An untitled ceramics work by Peter Hessemer is part of the exhibit "Farewell Show: Ceramics by Peter Hessemer and Paintings by James Krauss," on display through March 22 at Oakton Community College's Koehnline Museum of Art, 1600 E. Golf Road, Des Plaines. The exhibition pays homage to two of Oakton's senior teachers as they retire after long careers with the college's Art Department. Free admission. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday; 11 a,m.-4 p.m. Saturdays. Call (847) or visit museum. "Twelfth Night" Equity actors from the Shakespeare Project of Chicago present a theatrical reading of Shakespeare's comedy at 7 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Niles Public Library, 6960 Oakton St., Niles. Visit shakespeare. "Vigils" 18+ Feb. 28-Aprii 21 at The Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago (Jefferson Park), at 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday; 2:30 p.m. Sundays. $25- $30. Visit "The Whipping Man" 18+ Presented by Northlight Theatre through Feb. 24 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. $25-$72. Student tickets $15, subject to availability. Call (847) or visit CLASSCAL Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra 65+ Performing at 3 p.m. March 3 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. The program includes works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Schubert. $36-$75, with discounts for seniors and youth. Visit Baroque Band The period-instrument orchestra performs "La Dolce Vita," a celebration of the music of Arcangelo Corelli, at 7:30 p.m. March 9 in Nichols Hall at the Music nstitute of Chicago, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston. $35; $30 senior citizens; $15 students. Call (312) or visït www. baroqueband.org. Evanston Symphony Orchestra "Slavic Favorites," 2:30 p.m. March 3 at Pick- Staiger Concert Hall, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston. Program features guest soloist rma Muresanu performing Dvorak's Violin Concerto in A Minor. Tickets in advance are $28, $23 seniors; at the door, $35; $30 seniors. $5 students. Call (847) or visit www. evanstonsymphony.org. Four Score Festival 18+ Hosting concerts at 3 p.m. March 3 and 10 at Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston. $30; $20 seniors; $10 students, for each concert. Generation Next Winner's Concert, 7:30 p.m. March 8 at Nichols Concert Hall, is free. Call (847) , ext Lake Shore Symphony Orchestra "Magnificent Mozart," 3:30 p.m. March 3 at Queen of All Saints Basilica, 6280 N. Sauganash Ave., Chicago. Free-will donations accepted. Midwest Young Artists MYA's youth music ensembles will perform on Feb. 24 at Northwestern University's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston. The Youth Orchestras and soloist perform at i p.m.; Youth Orchestra, Choral, and Wind Symphony and soloist at 3 p.m.; and MYA's Orchestra and soloists at 7:30 p.m. $30; $15 students. Visit Alice Millar Chapel At Northwestern University, 1870 Sheridan Toddlers Family Teens Adults Seniors,vou Want n? ere's How: O-3 FAM 13+ Submit GO events one week prior to the date of publication 65+ G Entries must be typed. GO listings are free. nclude brief descriptions of the event, date, address, price and phone num ber. Send submissions to Fax: Road, Evanston. lnformation: (847) ;. tickets: (847) Feb. 27, 7:30 p.m.: Women's Chorus performs a Lenten concert featuring Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater." $6; $4 students. What to Do (Page 60]
112 60 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL "***' VSUALLY THRLLNG, EXCTNG AND RCHLY WROUGHT" CHCAGO TRBUNE "SPECTACLE-FLLED...A STORY FOR THE AGES" CHCAGO SUN-TMES "BElER THAN ANY ACTON THRLLER" THE FOURTH WALSH "YOU HAVE NO CHOCE BUTTO LEND THS PRODUCTON YOUR EARS" STAGE AND CNEMA WLLAM SHAKESPEARE'S go What to Do pioneerlocat.com What to Do Continued from page 59 Park Ridge Civic Orchestra "From Spain to Scotland, the Mendelssohn Way," 2:30 p.m. March 10 at the Pickwick Theatre, 5 S. Prospect, Park Ridge. $25; $20 students and seniors. Visit Pick-Staiger Concert Hall Segovia Classical Guitar Series Presented by Northwestern University's Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music and the Chicago Classical Guitar Society, through April 13. Visit Feb. 24, 3 p.m.: Uruguayan guitarist Alvaro Pierri will perform works by Paganini, Ponce and Ginastera, in Lutkin Hall, 700 University Place, Evanston. $22; $12 students. Chambers 6881 N. Milwaukee Ave., NUes. Music at 9 p.m. No cover, unless noted otherwise. Feb. 22: Shindig Band ('60s music). Feb. 23: The Ronnie Ross Show. Feb. 24, 5-9 p.m.: Dave & Donna. Feb. 27, 5-10 p.m.: Connie Marshall and Johnny Gabor. Ethical Humanist Society Second Saturday Coffeehouse DRECTED BY JONATHAN MUNBY BEST PORTON **o' 2OtV3 FOUNDATON _-_--_. Cont r l.ieo t tadkr jct4 c'a.e4 Us NOW PLAYNG chicagoshakes.com McAn At Northwestern University, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston. www. pickstaiger.org. Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m.: Symphonic Wind Ensemble. $6; $4 students. Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m.: Percussion Ensemble. $6; $4 students. Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.: University Singers perform French chansons (songs) and motets. $6; $4 students. Rembrandt Chamber Players Presenting "Lyrical Dvorak," 7:30 p.m. March 10 at Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston. The program includes works by Dvorak, Malcolm Arnold and Ginestera. The concert will also showcase the winners of the 18th annual high school competition. $35; $25 young adults. For information, visit Akoo Theatre at Rosemont 5400 N. River Road, Rosemont. Tickets available at or (800) March 8, 8 p.m.: One Night of Queen. $30-$45. March 22, 7:30 p.m.: The Australian Bee Gees Show (a tribute to the Bee Gees). $35, $45, $55. March 23, 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.: Elvis Lives. $39.50, $49.50, $ Allstate Arena 6920 N. Mannheim Road, Rosemont. Tickets available at www. ticketmaster.com or (800) For information, visit www. allstatearena.com. Parking is $20, cash only. March 28, 7:30 p.m.: Green Day with Best Coast. $27.50, $ N. Lincoln Ave. (at Howard), Skokie. coffeehouse. March 9: Folksinger Larry Mesirow performs love ballads, political and satirical songs following 8 p.m. open mic (7:30 p.m. sign-up, any genre, all acoustic). $8. ntercontinental Chicago O'Hare Hotel Montrose Room, 5300 N. River Road, Rosemont. Feb. 23, 8 p.m.: Folk rock singer Michael McDermott. $15; $20 VP. Mullen's Bar & Grill 8313 W. Lawrence Ave., Norridge. (708) Feb. 26, 7-10 p.m.: Jazz Community Big Band. No cover.
113 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, What to Do pioneerlocal.com North Shore Center for the Performing Arts 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Feb. 26, 8 p.m.: The Pink Floyd Experience. $48, $56, $62. March 1, 8 p.m.: The rish Rovers. $48, $58. March 7, 8 p.m.: ndigo Girls with The Shadowboxers. $52, $62. March 14, 8 p.m.: Janis an with Livingston Taylor. $42, $50. Pick-Staiger Concert Hall At Northwestern University, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston. www. pickstaiger.org. Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m.: Northwestern University Jazz Orchestra. $6; $4 students. S. P. A.0.E 1245 Chicago Ave., Evanston. Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m.: New Orleans Suspects (rock/ funk/blues). $18/$20. Feb. 22, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.: Suzanne Vega (folk). $28-$60. Feb. 23, 8 p.m.: Freddy Jones Band Acoustic (rock/blues). $20-$36. Feb. 24, 7 p.m.: Red Baraat (funk). $15/$18. Feb. 27, 7:30 p.m.: Doug and Delisha Williams and Angel Snow (country). $10/$12. Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m.: Commander Cody with Heartsfield (country/rock). $17-$30. AUDiTONS & OPPORTUNTES Open auditions The James Downing Theatre will hold auditions for the courtroom drama "You're the Jury: The State vs. Max Cooper," 7-9:30 p.m. March 4-5 at Edison Park United Methodist Church, 6740 N. Oliphant, Chicago. There will be cold readings from the script. Bring a current headshot and resume if available. Production dates May Contact Jane Allyson at ja ne. allyson2gmail.com or (773) :14l4Í "A Night on the Red Carpet" Park Ridge Civic Orchestra's annual gala benefit, 6:30 p.m. March 2 at Cafe la Cave, 2777 N. Mannheim Road, Des Plaines. The evening includes dinner, silent auction, raffles and dancing. Black tie optional. $125 per person. Visit www. parkridgecivicorchestra.org or call (847) Akoo Theatre at Rosemont AM 5400 N. River Road, Rosemont. Tickets at or (800) For information, visit www. rosemonttheatre.com. March 15-17: Disney Live! Mickey's Music Festival. Performances at 7 p.m. Friday; 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday; and 11 am. and 2 p.m. Sunday. $15, $25, $35, $70. "Ralph's World in Concert!" Children's entertainer Ralph Covert performs at 12:30 p.m. March 17 at Temple Beth srael, 3601 W. Dem pster St., Skokie. $15. For tickets, call (847) "Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs" Presented by Chicago Kids Company Theatre for Children through Feb. 27 at the Stahl Family Theater, at St. Patrick's High School, 5900 W. Belmont Ave., $ What to Do (Page 62] JOFFREY * BALLET CHCAGO JEROME ROBBNS GE RA LO TWYLA THARP STANTON \VE LC H Sincel 982 North Location 6620 W. rving Park Rd. (773) Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 5p.m., Lage, Whc le Cashews s Roasted. Salted (or) Unsalted' s&ìtè SEASON FEBRUARY 24 att r j JOFFREY.ORG/LEGENDS SALE DATES: FEBRUARY 21ST THRU MARCH 6TH 2013 LOOK FOR MORE A ; N-STORE! We ako carry: Sugar Free ChocoiRte nd Hard Crndy ' Freshly Ground PeRnul Rutiar 0 Gift Pecks Kolachy Filling and Glace Frut
114 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 2013 What to Do pioneerlocal.com NL What to Do Continued from page 61 Chicago. $12. COMEDY Gorilla Tango's Skokie Theatre 7924 Lincoln Ave. Skokie. corn. (773) Feb. 24, 4 p.m.: "Twice Upon a Time," a sketch comedy revue created by a youth ensemble. $12. Through March 23, 7:30 p.m. Saturdays: "Breaking Belding." Tickets are $20. Akoo Theatre at Rosemont 5400 N. River Road, Rosemont. March 2, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Lord of the Dance. $2450-$5950. Lincolnwood Public Library 4000 W. Pratt Ave. Feb. 22, 1 p.m.: "Robot & Frank." Feb. 28, 10:30 a.m.: "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." Feb. 28, 1 p.m.: Cinematic Classics features "The Browning Version." March 1, 1 p.m.: "Flight." Coming Together n Skokie film festival, promoting literacy and celebrating the culture of Greece, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays - Feb. 27: "My Life in Ruins." at the Village Hall, 5127 Oakton St., Skokie. Call (847) WORKSHOPS & CLASS. Film ncubator Program JLSTSØL0000N(!TT You saw her at hc Superbowl Now see her LVE in FEtAl ONE WEEK ONLY CHCAGO! FEB (11H TNÍT1 PUR? RU SUPERSTAR Michelle Williams OF DESTNY'S CHLD FRDAY, MARCH 1, 8:00 Start your St. Patrick's Day celebration early with six-time Gram my" Award-winners and the world's most popular rish traditional music group, The Chieftains, as they return for another rollicking evening of rish folk music. Take a trip to the Emerald sle without leaving Chicago! ea Northwest Chicago Film Society Classic Film Series is held at 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, at the Portage Theater, 4050 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. Admission is $5. Visit www. northwestchicagofilmsociety.org. Feb. 27: "Hold Back the Dawn" (1941). March 6: "Good Morning" (1959). Portage Theater Gorilla Tango's Skokie Theatre, 7924 Lincoln Ave., Skokie, offers a six-week workshop where youth ages 7-13, in tandem with professional filmmakers, create a short film, working on all aspects of the production. At the end of the term movies are premiered at the Skokie Theatre for family and friends. Cost is $380 per six-week session. Sessions begin March 14 and March 16. www. gorillatango.com. Skokie Art Guild SHAWN "JAY-T' CART[R WLE SMTH JADA PNE SHT 4050 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. www. portagetheater.org. Feb. 23, 6:30 p.m.: 35mm Kung Fu action triple feature with "The 36th Chamber of the Shaolin," "The Kid With the Golden Arm" and "Cold Steel." $10 in advance; $13 at the door.. T(LAjg 0'de, T0ü4 y TCKETS! ARE CRUw. from S20 or oli things FEU' Tickeis and O13 tour schedule LFE NNO MUSC DEVOTED TO THE SRÜ6.E FOR FREEDOM & HUMAN DDMT1 SYMPHONY CENTER PRESENTS CSO.ORG MediaSponsor Artists, prices arid pi o, ra urs irbject to change WBEZ91.5 f!'fr : Offering figure drawing workshops from 9 am-noon Saturdays at the Devonshire Cultural Center, 4400 Greenwood, Skokie. Live models; no instructor. Fee per session is $20; $12 for members. Call Steve Gal, (847) , or visit www. skokieartguild.org. Skokie Photographic Society Allstate Arena Meetings are held at iu+ 7:30 p.m. the third 6920 N. Mannheim Thursday of each month Road, Rosemont.
115 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, What to Do pioneerloca l.com Tickets available at or (800) For information, visit www. allstatearena.com. Park- ng is $20, cash only. March 8, 7:30 p.m.: Stars on ce "Now & Then" Tour, with Dorothy Hamill, Kurt Browning, Ekaterina Gordeeva and others. $25-$85. "Fools Tango" Puppet and mask performance, 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, March 1-May 11, at Theatre Zarko, Studio 213, Noyes Cultural Arts Center, 927 Noyes St., Evanston. (No performances April ) $20. Call (847) or visit lannelli Studios Heritage Center r255 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge. Events are scheduled during the month of February to celebrate the 12 5th birthday of artist and designer Alfonso annelli - Feb. 21, 7 p.m.: "Tracing Your Geneology: A Case Study of Alfonso lannelli," presented by Margie LaCerra of the Polish Genealogical Society. $5. Feb. 28, 7 p.m.: Horizon Brass Quintet will perform a program of classics. $20. Visit or call (847) "Skooled: A Study in Circus" 18+ The production includes clowning, aerial acrobatics and live music, through March 23 at The Actors Gymnasium, 927 Noyes St., Evanston. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays; 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays; and 3 p.m. Sundays. No 4:30 p.m. show on Feb. 16. $15-$20. Call (847) or visit MUSEUMS llinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. (847) Admission: $12; $8 for students and senior citizens; $6 for children ages Through April 21: "Courage: The Vision to End Segregation, The Guts to Fight for lt." Created by the Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, N.C., the exhibit traces the saga of Reverend J.A. De Laine and the citizens of Clarendon County, S.C., who brought a pivotal law suit challenging racial segregation in public schools. March 17, 1:30-3 p.m.: n Conversation With... Holocaust survivor George Levy Mueller. A book signing will follow the program. Free with museum admission; reservations required. March 21, 6:30-8 p.m.: Elliot Lefkovitz, Loyola University and Spertus nstitute faculty member reviews and discusses Bernard Wasserstein's a On the Eve: The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War, 2012 National Jewish Book Award fina - ist. He will be joined by a panel of Holocaust survivors. Free with museum admission; reservations required. Mitchell Museum of the American ndian Central St., Evanston. (847) org. Admission is $5; $3 for senior citizens, students and children. Free admission for Mitchell Museum members and tribal members; and on the first Friday of every month. Through March 10: "Changing Views of American ndian Fine Art." Through Aug. 25: "The War of 1812: Fighting for Their Homeland." Through Sept. 8: "New Treasures of Our Collection," an exhibit of 45 recent acquisitions. Eighty-Eight Entertainment, Samantha F Voxakis and Erik (ar ì Robert M 1i "MESMERZNG. FASCNATNG and HGHLY ENTERTANNG!" - Pam Kragen. The San Diego Union Thbune HERSHEY FELDER N AN MERCAN / 4 V Stor For actor and orchestra The TRUE musical story about a man who loved his country more than anything. Featuring the music of Book and Music by Directed by STEFRE] FOSTER HERSHEY FELDER TREVOR HAY STRCTLY LMTED MARCH 7 - APRL 14! ROYAL GEORGE THEATRE TCKETS NOW O SALE Groups of 10+ also available
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Ont of the offices listed below. At this tinte a $25.00 dollat money ord.rmade payable to Local 150 Appresticeship Fund' will be required. The applicatios will then be sen to you from the Appresticeship sitice by mail Wmlsqton, t W. South *reenat Rd. Countrsde,L-ß2øßJoelRd. JoUet, L-1080 N. -85 E. Frentags Rd.. Lakemoor, L Route 120 Racklont, R-4477 lnden Rd. Utica, L-740 E. US Route b le, N-1001 N. Michigan St. le, N-2103 W. 84th Pave Mininun Otffcations tot the program are as tollows: a. Applicant most be at least 18 years of age b. Fot opecalsrs, must have completed a rininimum of 2 years st high school. For construction Material lsspectors and Heam Equipment Repair Technicians, must trave graduated high school ntged C, Mus reside within the lurisdicti005l area of Local 150. d. Must have asd maistais a valid driver's licesse throughout the entire apprenticeship e. 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Zion Antique Mall Sloerldan Rd., Zion MUST SEE! ART DECO Beautiful Bedroom Set, 1938 Grmany. King Bed, 2 nighstands, i dresser, Call Tony Auction Office Supply Stove Liquidation. Store shelving and pallet rack, Service and Checkoutcounters, Sate, Office equipment, Cardboard baler, Material Handlingequipment. and more' Hours 9arn-5prn. Call 6t t1 for more intorrnut,on NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Electronics. Accessories Misc. Merchandise WANTED HOME STEREO Equip. A Rects'ds, 33s-45s-78s Will pick-up Cauti Estate Sales A SUCCESSFUL SALE" When You Want The Best PHYLLS REFMAN Trio House Sales BALDERDASH ESTATE SALE 849 Knollwood Rd, Deerfield; Th.. Sat., 212t , 9-4; Fum (Baker, Dreoel, Astique); Lenox China Crystal Sternwate; Lamps; Oil Ptgu WedGewood, Mink Wraps A Hats MORE! BalderdashCoOedion.corn Peggy E AL Glenview Eclectic Estate Sale 3327 Wlnnetka Road Sat & Sun, 1O:3Oam-4:3Opm. Great 11 Dc dining room set, vintage Feudal Oak dining table chairs, server w! hutch, Baccarat, Waterbed, China, futt length female mink coat, loo much to list! Directions 6 more at estatesales.nel Next lime Around Sales McDREW SALES loi Kenilworth 've, " mette From ntersection of Park Dr & Grees Bay Rd in Village of Kenitworth, o west 3 blks to Ridge. immediately across Ridge s Konitworth Ave, Witmette, go to FR1, FEB 22,9:30-2:00 SAT, FEB 23, 9:30-2:00 SUN, FEB 24, 11:00-2:00 UcOS l'a at 9:00 for Fri opening. Generational memorabilia & antiquera treasure hunt! Vid carved settee. chests, chrs, rockers, tbles, etc.!, Vintage tabnlcs; prints; chisa; glass: silver; bnclbrac; dining rse tbte a' chi',; chins cabinet; servers; clii's; couches; Woodard patio; toads nteresting gen householdt A great Salo! NEW TRER SALES Estate Sales-Antqs., Art, SO's Designer Fum, our specialty.chanties, Clean-up available, Walter Nyce Things Estate Sale t 880 James Ct., LakeForesl Fn-Su! 2/ , 9arn-4prn Eaquiaite home tilled with lovely items. Onental rugs, LR nversera, pr matching chairs, tapestry, artwork A prints. DR table, 8 chairs. china cab. A butte! 4-poster On bed w/errd bis, armoire A drunter. Childress BR set, tsr couch A chair. 55m tat screen, born! A garage full, yard bols, bikou A trampolice. See eutatesales net for into Nyce Things Estate Sales (Serving the North Shore) Carol PARK RDGE Estase/BAoving Sale, 531 N. Ashland Fn-Sa!, 10-3 Son 11-t. 30+ yin Collecting ' Gmu's Collectibles. Everything Must Go! ',3 '1' Wlllowbrook 231 South Frontage Rd. Friday February 22nd 9am- 4pm and Saturday February 23rd 9am-2pm. High end turn, home accents, pato rugs, lamps, art. Casis only! Misc, Merchandise DSH Network - Starting at $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) A High Speed nlertiel starting st $14.95/month (where available.) SAVE! Ask About SAME' DAY installation! CALL Now! t t DON'T NEED T? SELL T FAST, CALL Excellent standard size pool table, 3 piece slat plato top, $350. Must dismantle, Park Ridge. Call Tony Musical instruments WEBER GRAND PANO, 6 ft 1 in, black lacquer hgh gloss, WG-60, with damper rodlnstalled, Excellent condition! $4900 OBO, Call anytime, Wanted to Buy CASH FOR RECORDS Witt Buy Your Large Collection Od Vintage Vinyl, LPs, 458, 785 & Reel To Reel Tapes from the SO's, 60's, 70's & 80's Call BUY OLD Trains, Lionel, American Flyer, Old Barbie Dolts, G Joe5, Tatika Trucks, Matchbox Cars. Oid Toys. PAY CASH. Call 'J Junk Cars & Trucks We pay cash on the Spott Same day pick opt Looking to boy OLD SMOKNG PPES'made in England, llaly, France or Denmark, Call Tony OLD COMC BOOKS WANTED pre-1975) TOP $5 for Vintage Toys, HotWheels (pre-1975) & Early Star Wars! 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120 68 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL w Apartments. Unfurnd. Apartments, Unfurnished Apartments, Furnished Condos, Townhomes Homes Duplex Rooms Housing to Share Mobile Homes Retirement Rentals Co-Op Housing Sleeping Rooms Housekeeping Rooms Finder Service Apartments. Hotels Vacation, Resort Rentals Out-of-State Rentals Garages Farms, Farmland Commercial, ndustrial Storage, Warehouses Desk Space Offices Stores Rental Services Rental Misc Wanted to Rent Apartments. Unfurn'd. Cook County - Chgo. N DES PLANES i Bdrm $750; 2 Bdni, $900-$950, inclds heat, laundry & Eariring. mmediate 0cc.. GRE Pro Cook County - Chgo. S Chicago - Managed 0y Draper and Kramer. nc. 1 2 & 3 BBs from $805-$1324. SPECAL, SPECAL, SPECAL! Redaced Securify Dep' PARK RDGE 3BR, i.58a, ist fir, new decor, no smoke/pets, utile not md, p1mg, across ron, Dee Rd Motra Cook County - Suburban i BDRM ON 138m & NDANA, NEW KT CABNETS, EAT-N KT, HRDWD FLOORS, HEAT NCL, LAUNDRY RM ONSTE. 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Call (847) x200 Mon - Frl 9:30-5pm EQUAL HOUSNG OPPORTUNTES All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to tre Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin in the sale, rental or tnancing of housing. n addition the llinois Human Rights Act prohibits discriminairon based on age, ancestry, marital stalas, sassa orientation or unfavorable military discharge. This paper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which io in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings wilvertised are available on an equal opportsnity basis. if yoa believe eqs have been discriminated against in connection with the sale, rental or financing of housing, Call: st Cify and Saburbs: HOPE Fair Housing Center 45OO South City and Saburbs: South Suburban Housing Center North City and Suburbs: nterfaith Housing Center o! the Northern Suburbs Apartments. Unfurn'd. Cook County - Suburban MORTON GROVE lmmed. 0cc. 28H, 2BA, elev. bldg. 1 heated indr. prkg. sp. All applcs. sc. w/d in unit. No pets allowed. Near train station, 2 yr. lease. $1450-$ SKOKE: 9011 Knox Outstanding Building Spacious 5 Room- 2 Bedroom Light, airy/remodeled, ceilings fans, Garage available. Heut included. Jandor on premises, close to Denonshire Park. 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MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHAN- CERY DVSON CTBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS 0F BEAR STEARNS ALT-A TRUST , MORTGAGE CERTFCATES, SERES , Plaintiff V, - MUKARAM KHAN' SAARAH KHAN: MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REGSTRATON SYSTEMS, NC., Defendants 09 CH PROPERTY ADDRESS: SAYRE AVENUE MORTON GROVE, L NOTCE 0F FORECLOSURE SALE Fisher and Shapiro he e (t is advised hal interested parties consult with their own attorneys before bidding ai mortgage loreclosure sales) PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuanf to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered sr May t 7, 2012, Kalen Realty Gemmes, nc., as Selling Official will at 12:30 p.m on April 4, 2013, ai 205 W. Ran- 4 ph Sreel, Suite i020, Chicago, llinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, trie foilowing descirbed real properly' Commonly known as 9441 Sayre Avenue, Morton Grove, L Permanent ndex No.: i2 The mortgaged real estate is improved with a dwelling. The properh will NOT be open for inspeclion. Judicial Sales-Real Est. MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT 0F COOK COUNrY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHAN- CERY DVSON U.S. BANK NATONAL ASSOCA- TON. AS TRUSTEE SUCCES- SOR N NTEREST Tò BANK 0F AMERCA, NATONAL ASSOCAlON AS TRUSTEE AS SUCCES- SOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE BANK, NATONAL ASSOCATON AS TRUSTEE FOR WAMU MORT- GAGE PASS-ThROUGH CERTF- CATES SERES 2007-CAS TRUST, Plaintiff V. MAKA A. TKEMALADZE A/K/A MAKA TKEMALADZE A/K/A MAKA A. TKEMLADZE: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATONAL ASSO- CATON, AS ASSGNEE OF FED- ERAL DEPOST fnsurance CORPORATON AS RECEVER FOR WASHNGTON MUTUAL BANK: TRAFALGAR SQUARE TOWNHOME CONDOMNUM AS- SOCATON: UNKNOWN OWN- ERS AND NON-RECORD CLAM- ANTS, Defendants 09 CH 5743 Property Address' Street Morton Grove, L NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE SALE - CONDOMNUM Fisher and Shapiro tile ti (f is advised that interested parties consult with their own attorneys before bidding at mortgage foreclosure sales.) PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered on June t4, Kalen Realty Services, nc., as Selling Ofticial will at i2:30p is. on April 4, 2013, at 205 W. Randolph Street, Suite 1020, Chicago, llinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. as set forth below, the following deucnbed real property, Commonly known as 6102 Mayfair AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON Street, Morton Grove, L Permanent ndex No : MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE (C) OF THE LLNOS liii ( UNDERLY- LAW. For information, examine the NG PN) court file or contad Plaintiff's atlornay: CODLS & ASSOCATES, The mortgaged real astute is improved willi a dwelling The proper- v will NOT be open for inspection. The purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required pff 765 LCS 605/9191)1) and (g))4). The judgment amount was $415, Sale termo for non parties: 10% of successful bid immediately at conclusion of auction, PASS-THROUGH balance by 12:30 p.m the next business day, both by cashier's checks: and no refunds The sale shall be sublect to general real estate laxes, special laxes, special assessments, special taxes levied, and superior liens, if any The property is oftered as is. with no express or implied warranties and without any representation as to the quality of title or recourse to Plaintiff. Prospective bidders are admonmhed to review the court file to venfy all information For informalion: Sale Clerk, Fisher and Shapiro. Attorney C 42168, 2121 Waukegan Road, Suite 30f, Bannodkbum, llinois 60015, (847) , between t '00 p.m. and 3:00.m weekdays only 7 2)21. 2)28, 3/7/13 # MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TV DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NATONAL ASSOCATON PlainS)!, STOJAN PANKOVSK EE OF MORTGAGE Defendants ELECTRONC REGSTRATON 09 CH SYSTEMS. NC., AS 8411 AUSTN AVENUE MORTON NOMNEE FOR AMERCAN HOME GROVE, L MORTGAGE NOTCE 0F SALE PUBLC NO- ACCEPTANCE, NC., The judgment amounl was TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure vo Plaintiff, $993, Sale terms for nonparties: 10% of successtul bid immediately at conclusion of auction, casse on December 22, 2009, an Del endanls, and Sale entered in the above MRCEA BALOG, RNA FARCAS, balance by 12:30 p.m the next aoent of The Judicial Sales Corporàiion, will at 10:30 AM on March 8, NOTCE OF SALE 09 CH business day, botlr by cashier's checks: and no refunds. The sale 2013, at tre The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - EN that pursuant to a Judgment of PUBLC NOTCE S HEREBY GVshall be subject o general real eslate taxes, special taxes, special 04th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, Foreclosure and Sale enfered in the assessments, special tases levied, sell at public auction to the highest above entitled casse on December and supenor liens, if any. The bidder, as set foils below, he following described real estate Corn- Corporatioir will on Wednesday, ntercounty Judicial Sales properly is offered as is, with no express or implied warranties and monly known as 8411 AUSTN March 20, 2013 at the hour of lt without any representation as to the AVENUE, MORTON GROVE, L a.m in their office at i20 West quality of hoe or recourse o Plainst. Prospective bidders are ad The real estate io imgo, llinois, sell at public auction to Property ndes No Madison Street, Saite 7f8A, Chicamonished to review the court file to proved with a residence, Sale the highest bidder tor cauh, as set venfy all information. terms: 25% down of the highest bid forth below, the tollowing described For informalion: Sale Clerk, Fisher by certihed tands at the close of the mortoaqed real estate' and Shapiro, #42168, 2121 auction: The balance, including tre PK / , Waukegan Road, Suite 30i, Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Commonly known as 8321 Spong. field Avenue, Skokie, L Bannoclibum, llinois 60015, (847) , between 1:00 p is. and weekdays only r' 2/21, 2/28, 3/7/13 # Residential Properly Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $t,090 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to eoceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four 1241 hours No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate Judicial Sales-Real Est. pursuant to its credit bid st the sale or by any mortgagee, udgment creditor, or other lienor acquinng the residential real estate whose nghts in and fo the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subjecl properly is sublet to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special tases levied against said real estate and is offared for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS 1S condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. f the sale s set aside for any reason, the Purchaser al the sale shall be entitled only to a ratais of the deposit paid. The Purchaser ohall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attornay. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entife the purchaser to u deed to the real estate aher conhrmation st the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspecfion and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the properly. Prospeclive bidders are admonished to check the cour! file to verify all in! ormatan f this properly is a 6i02 Mayfair condominium unit, the purchaser of the uni! al the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominism Proparty Act, 765 LCS 605/g)g)(i) and (g4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than s mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act. 765 LCS 605/i8.5)g-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER, YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF P 0.. t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 190, BURR RDGE, L 60527, ( , Pfease refer o tile number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Dnve, 24th Floor, Chicago, L ) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww flsc.com for a 7 day status report of pending sales. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630) Anomey File No Asomey ARDO No Asomey Code Case Number: 09 CH NOTE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney is deemed to be a debt collector altempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose /14, 2)21, 2/28/13 # SKOKE Ref. hin N N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNT1', LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON DEUTSCHE BANK NATONAL TRUST COMPANY AS NDENTURE TRUSTEE FOR AMERCAN HOME MORTGAGE NVESTMENT TRUST MORTGAGE-BACKED NOTES. SERES , ASSGN- The mortgaged real estate is improved with a single family residance. f the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of a common inter est community, the purchaser of the uni! other than a mortgagee shall Pay the assessments required by
121 Judicial Sales-Real Est. subsection (9-1) of Sechori 18,5 of the Condominium Properly Act Sale terms. 10% down by certified funds, balance, by certified funds, ng the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which s calculafed on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or f rac- within 24 hours. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for in spection tion thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to eaceed $300, expresa or implied warranties and For information call Sales Clerk at shall be paid in certified funds immediately without any representation as to the by the highest and best quality of fitle or recourse to Plain- Law Offices of ra T Nevel, 175 North Franklin Street, Chicago, liisois bidder at the conclusion of the sale. tiff. Prospective bidders are ad (312) 357-1t25 Ref No fee shall be paid by the monished fo review the court file to No N mortgagee acquiring the residential verify all information, NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES real estate pursuanf to its credit bid For information: Sale Clerk, Fisher CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) 444rnl at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acqainng the residential real estate 2/142121,2t28/13 # whose 59h15 n and to the residen- NORTON GROVE Pierce fi Associates File Number U N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY LLNOS COUNTY DEPArtTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON U.S. BANK NATONAL ASSOCA- TON, AS TRUSTEE FOR J.P MORGAN MORTGAGE ACQUSTON TRUST 2006-WMC4. ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTFCATES SERES WMC4 Paintik the sale. The property will NOT be vs. ABDEL MAGD; DENSE MAGD; open for inspection and plaintiff V, makes no representation as to the MORTGAGE MOHAMMAD S. SAVANt NK1A condition of the property. Prospectisu bidders are admonished to TRESSA SAYAN' MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REGSTRATON MOHAMMAD SALM SAYAN; SYSTEMS, NC., AS NOMNEE FOR WMC MORTGAGE check the court file to verify all mf srmatins. f this properly io a condo- ELECTRONC t1egstraton CORP; UNKNOWN HERS SYSTEMS, NC.: UNTED STATES AND LEGATEES OF ABDEL minium unit, the purchaser of the DF AMERCA, N THE CRCUT COURT OF MAGD, F ANY; UNKNOWN unit at the foreclosure sale, other Defendants COOK COUNTY, LLNOtS OWNERS AND NON RECORD than a mortgagee, uhall pay the ausensments and the le9ul fees re- 10 CH 9500 COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CLAMANTS, Defendants, Property Address: 9225 NORTH CERY DVSON quired by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 60519(g((l( and 09 CH BANK OF AMERCA, N.A., SUC- NOTCE DF SALE PURSUANT TO CESSOR BY MERGER TO (g)(4). JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE f this property is a condominium unit which io part of a corn- BAC HOME LOANS SERVCNG, UNDER LLNOS MORTGAGE LP FKA COUNTRYWDE mon interest community, the parchaser of the unit at the foreclosure Plaintiff, FORECLOSURE LAW HOME LOANS SERVCNG LP PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant o a Judgment of sale other than a mortgagee shall vs. pay the assessments required by Foreclosure entered in the above NAN YOUKHANA; NAJAT entitled cause on December 18, The Condominium Property Act, BERNADOZ; LCS 605/18.5(q-1). F YOU 2012, ntercounty Judicial Sales NORTH SKOKE BOULEVARD ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- Corporation will on Wednesday, CONDOMNUM March 20, 2013, at the hour of 11 OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT ASSOCATON, CTBANK, NA am. in their office at 120 West TO REMAN N POSSESSON 5/B/M TO CTBANK Madison Street, Suite 718A, Chica- FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF FSB; MORTGAGE ELECTRONC go, llinois, sell to the highest bidder íor cash, the following described property: PN Y Commonly known as 7504 Emerson Street, Morton Grove, L The mortgaged real estate is imprsved with a single family residense lt the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of u common interest community, the purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by subsection (g-t) of Section 18.5 of the Condominism Property Act. Sale terms: 25% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds. The property will NOT be open tsr in- Be- Only. 2!?, 2/14, 2/21/ m hsp://oervice.atty-pierce.com tween 3 p.m. and 5 p.m Pierce & Associates, Plainliff's Atomeys, 1 North Dearborn Street. Chicago, llinois TeNs. (312) Referto File Number NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) /14,2)21,2/28/13 # LNCOLN WOOD N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS CDUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY -U DVSON DEUTSCHE BANK NATONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR WAMU SERlES 2007-HEi TRUST Plaintiff, BENJAMN MHULET, ANGELA MHULET Defendants 09 CH W. ESTES AVE. Lincolnwood, L NOTCE DF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant s u Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on March t t, 2010, un agent of The Judicial Sales Corporafion, will at 10:30 AM on March 7, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporalion, One South Wacker Deve - 24th Floor, CHCAGO. L, 60606, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 4433 W. ESTES AVE, Lincolnwood, L Property ndea No The real estate is improved with a single family residence The juif - ment amount was $991,559.0 Saie terms: The bid amount, includ- Judicial Sales-Real Est. tial real estate arose prior o the sale. The sublect property is sublect to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special tases leved against said real estate and is offered for sale without any repte- Sentation au to quality or quantity of title and without recoume to Plaintiff and in AS ls condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale 9,51 will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estale aher confirmation of AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON ts-t7011c) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff's attorney: HEAVNER, SCDTr. BEYERS & MHLAR, LLC, t 1 t East Main Street, DECATUR, L 62523, (217) THE JU SALES CORPORATON Permanent ndes No : DCAL One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (3t2) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.tjsc.com for a 7 day status repert of pending sales, HEAVNER, OCOTE, BEYERS & MNLAR, LLC 1 t t East Main Street DECATUR, L (217) 422-t719 Attorney Code Case Number: 09 CH NOTE: Pursuanf to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney is deemed to be a debt collector uttempting o collect a debt and any informafion obtained will be uaed for iose. spection. Upon payment in fsl st the amount bid, fhe purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the premises aher confirmation st the sale. For information: Visit our website at LNCOLN WOOD N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY. LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHAN- CERY DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA- TONAL ASSOCATON, Plaintiff V MCHAEL R. SANTUCC AKA M- CHAEL ROBERT SANTUCC, Defendant 09 CH PROPERTY ADDRESS: 7346 NORTH KOLMAR AVE. LNCDLNWOOD, L NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Fisher and Shapiro file U (t io advised that interested parties consult with their own attorneys before bidding at mortgage foreclosure sales.) PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered on December 13, 20t2, Kauen Realty Services, nc., as Selling Official will at 12:30 p.m. on March 14, 20t3, at 205 W. Randolph Street, Suite 1020, Chicago. llinois, sell at public auction Judicial Sales-Real Est. cfrecfla; and 'no refunds The sale shall be subject to general real estate taues, special faaes, special assessments, special taxes levied, and superior liens, if any. The property is offered as is, with no and Shapiro, Attorney U 42168, 2121 Waukegan Road, Suite 301, Bannsckbxm, llinois 6H15, 847) , between t :00 p.m and 3:00.m. weekdays only. '4 217, 2/14. 2/21/13 # MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHAN- CERY DVSON THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL- LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTFCATE HOLDERS CWALT, NC., ALTERNATVE LOAN TRUST T1, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTFCATES, Plaintiff SAYRC AVENUE MORTON GROVE, L NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Fisher and Shapiro file U (lt is advised that interested parties consult with their own attomeys before bidding ut mortgage foreclosure sales.) PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered on August 22, 2012, Kallen Really Services, nc., as Selling Official will at 12:30 p.m. on April 4, 2013, at 205 W. Randolph Street, Saite 1020, Chicago, llinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real property: Commonly known as 9225 North Sayre Avenue, Morton Grove, L to-18-t The mortgaged real estate is impruned with a dwelling. The properfy will NOT be open for inspection. The tudgment amount was $586, Sale terms for nonpartiea: 10% of successful bid immediately at conclusion of auction, balance by 12:30 p.m the next business day, both by cashier's checku; and no refunds The sale shall be sublect to general real estate taxes, special taxes, upecial assessments, special taxes levied, and superior liens, if any. The property is offered as is, with no express or implied warranties and without any representation as to the quality of title or recourse to Plaintiff. Prospective bidders are admonished to review the court file to verify all information. For information: Sale Clerk, Fiuher and Shapiro, Attorney U 42168, 2121 Waukegan Road, Suite 301, Bannockbum, llinois 61#t5, (847) between 1 :00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. weekdays only /21, /7/13 # SKOKE Pierce & Associates File Number U N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA, N.A. Plaintiff, vu. TMOTHY HATTON AKA TMO- THY A. HATFON AKA TMOTHY ALLEN HATTON; JEN- NFER HATEON AKA JENNFER R. HAUON AKA JEN- NFER RUSSEL HAUON PNC BANK, N.A.: SBM NATONAL CTY BANK: KENTON PARK CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON; UNKNOWN MORTON GROVE to the highest bidder for cash, as OWNERS AND NON RECORD N THE CRCUT COURT OF set forth below, the following descebed real property: CLAMANTS: Defendants, COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- 10 CH TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY Commonly known as 7346 North NOTCE OF SALE PURSUANT TO DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE Kolmar Avenue, Lincolnwood, L JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE BANK, NATONAL ASSOCATON Permanent ndex No.: UNDER LLNOS MORTGAGE Plaintiff, FORECLOSURE LAW 025 PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given GRGDRE BOA, JPMORGAN The mortgaged real estate is improved with a dwelling. The proper- that pursuant fo a Judgment of CHASE BANK, NA, AS PURCHAS- Foreclosure entered in the above ER OF THE LOANS AND OTHER ty will NOT be open for inspection. The judgment amount ASSETS OF WASHNGTON MUwas $ TUAL BANK, F/K/A WASHNGTON 302, Sale termo for nonparties: 10% ot successful bid immediately at conclusion of auction, MUTUAL BANK, FA FROM THE FDC, ACTNG AS RECEVER FOR THE SAVNGS BANK AND balance by 12:30 p.m. the nest PURSUANT TO THE FEDERAL business day, both by cashier's DEPOST NSURANCE ACT, entitled cause on December 18, 2012, ntercounty Judicial Sales Corporahon will on Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at the hour of 1 t am. in their office at 120 West Madison Street, Suite 718A, Chicago, llinois, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property: Judicial Sales-Real Est. PN. 10-t5-tlO , , to-15-tlo-055- t 066. Commonly known as 9445 NORTH KENTON AVENUE UNT 207, SKOKE, L The mortgaged teal eatate is improved with a condominium residerme. The purchaser of the usit other than a mortgagee shall pay the aasessments and the legal fees required by subdivisions )g1) and (g)(4) of Section 9 of the Condominium Property Act Sale terms: 25% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for inspection. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the premises aher confirmation of the sale. For information: Visit our website at Bebesen 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. only. Pierce & Associates, Plainfiff's Attomeys, t North Dearborn Street, Chicago, llinois Te,No. (312) Refer to File Nomber NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) /14,2/21,28/13 # SKOKE Pierce E Associates File Number U REGSTRATON SYSTEMS, NC., AS NOMNEE FOR COUNTRYWDE BANK, A DVSON OF TREAS- URY BANK, N.A.: UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON RECORD CLAMANTS: Defendants, lo CH NOTCE OF SALE PURSUANT TO JUDGMENT DF FORECLOSURE UNDER LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to u Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above entitled cause on December 18, 2012, ntercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at the hour of t am, in their office at 120 West Madison Street, Suite 718A, Chicago, llinois, sell o the highest bidder for caah, the lollowing described property: PN, ut-1023, Commonly known as 8460 SKOKE BOULEVARD APARTMENT 211, SKOKE, L The mortgaged teal eutate ix improved with a condominium residunce. The purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by subdivisions (gol) and )g)(4) of Section 9 of the Condomieium Property Act Sale termo: 25% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds, The properly will NOT be open for inspection. Upon payment in full of the amounl bid, the purchaser will receive u Certifìcste of Sale which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the premises aher confirmation of the sale. For information: Visit oar website al Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. only, Pierce & Associates, Plaintiff's Attsmeys, t North Dearborn Street, Chicago, llinois Te.No. (312) Refer to File Number NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) /14, 2)21, 2/28/13 # NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, r7&4/' th. tod rive.com 'J search for new and used cars. Shop by monthly payment Search by mileage e Browse hot vehicle categories You've never searched for cars like this before. 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122 70 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Judicial Sales-Real Est. RNA BOA, MHA M. MAN, CRSTNA MAN, UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAMANTS Doendants 10 CH LUNA AVENUE MORTON GROVE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December , an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 13, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sel at public auction to the hrghesl bidder, au set forth below,,lre following described real estate: Commonly known as 9009 LUNA AVENUE, MORTON GROVE, L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a residence. Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale tee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which u calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1 000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to eoceei $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acqaliing the residential real estate pursuant to ils credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or ntrer lienor acqainng the residential real estate whose nghts n and to the residential real estate arose peor to the sale. The oubtect property ru subject to general real estate taxes, upecial assessmenta, or special taueu levied. against said real estate and s of- - -fered for sale without any represen- ation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS S" condition. The sale is furlher subject to confirmation by the court. f the sale io set aside for any reason, the Purchaser al the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee'u altorney. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will recalve a Certrficate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aher confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representatron as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all nf ormation lt this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal fees reqaired by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(t) and fg)4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community. the parchauer of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS (Q-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine ttie Court file or contact Plaintiff's attorsen CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630) Please refer to tile number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORAlON One South Wacker Drive. 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit -1re Judicial Sales Corporation at w..w,tjsc.00m for a 7 day status report of pending sales. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD. SUTE 100 BURR RDGE. L (630) Attorney File No Attorney AROC No Attorney Code Case Number: 10 CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintìff'u attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any.ertonmafion obtained will be used for guse. 2/7,2/14,2/21/13 # REACH OUT TO MORE QUALFED - LOCAL CANDDATES N (HCAGOLAND WTH MONSTER, (ALL Judicial Sales-Real Est. NORRDGE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA, N.A. S/B/M TO BAC LOANS SERVCNG, LP FKA COUNTRY- WDE HOME LOANS SERVCNG LP Plaintiff, vs. ROMAN BUYAK, MARYA BUYAK; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON RECORD CLAMANTS: Defendants, 10 CH PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above entitled cause on November , ntercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Tuesday, March 2013, a the hour of 11 am. in their office at 1 20 West Madison Street, Suite 718A, Chicago, llinois, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following descnbed property: P..N Oit-0000 Commonly known as 7720 WEST GDDNGS STREET, NORRDGE, L The mortgaged real estate is improved with a single tamily residence. f the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of a common interest community, the purchaser ot the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by subsection (g-t) of Section 18.5 of the Condominium Property Act. Sale terms: 25% down by certified funda, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for inspection. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale which will entitle the purchaser o a Deed o the premises aher confirmation of the sale. For information: Visit our website at Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. only. Pierce & Associates, Plaintiff's Attomeys. i North Dearborn Street, Chicago, llinois Tel.No. (312) Refer to File Humber NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Sellin Officer, (312) , 2114, 2/21/13 # NORRDGE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNly DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATONAL ASSOCATON. AS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE HOME FNANCE, LLC Plaintiff, ANA M, CURRUCHCHE A/K/A ANA MARA CURUCHCE, JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA Defendants 10 CH N. OZARK AVENUE HORRDGE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 11, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at AM on March 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacher Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L , sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 4225 N OZARK AVENUE, NORRDGE, L Property ndex No t. The real estate is improved with a single family residerme. Sate terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balarree, including the Judicial sale tee for Abandoned Residential Properly Municipality Relief Fund, which rs calculated on residential real estate a the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not lo exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose nghls in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subject property is uubect o general real estate tases, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and s offered tor sale without any representahon as o quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS ls condition. The sale is further subtect to conf irmatron by the court, f the sale is set aside for any reason, lee Purchaser al the sale shall be entitled only to a return ot the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortga9or, rhe Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s attorney. Upon paymenl in full of the Judicial Sales-Real Est. amount bid, the purchaser will recalve a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real extale aher confìrmation of the sale. The properly will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation ax to the condition of the property. Prospeclive bidders are admonished to check the court file to verity all information, t this property ix a condominium and, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay rhe assessrnentx and the legal teeu required by The Condominium Proporth Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). f this properly is a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments reqaired b The Condominium Property Ac, 765 LCS 605/18.5)0-). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER. YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAOE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiffs attorney: CODLS 6 ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE. L (630) Please refer to tile number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.t(xc.com for a 7 day status report of pending salev. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630) Attorney File No, Attorney ARDC No, Attorney Code Case Number: 10 CH NOTE: Pursuant to he Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney io deemed to be a debt collector altempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose , 2/14, 2/21/13 # SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- --y DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON CTMORTGAGE, NC. Plaintiff, RENE GALUZO, RENATO GALUZO, MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REG- STRATON SYSTEMS, NC., CHCAGO BANCORP, NC. Detendente 10 CH LOREL AVENUE SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pur- Suant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 4, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will al 10:30 AM on MarchE, 2013, at he The Judicial Sales Corøoration, One South Wacker Drive - 4th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below. the following described real estate: Commonly known as 9301 LOREL AVENUE. SKOKE, L Property ndue No, The real estate is improved th a sir/pe family residence. Sale lenes: 25 k down 01 the highesl bid by cartitled funds at the dose of the auct'mn: The balance. including the J0- dicial sate fee for Abandoned Residevhal Property Municipality Relief Fand, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of S for each $1.000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in cerhhed funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours, No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the rexidenlial real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judqmenl creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subject property is subtect to general real estate taxes. special assessments, or special 150es levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS ls condition, The sale is further subject to conf irrnation by the court. f the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser al the sale uhall be entitled only to a return at the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortga9or, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s attorney. Upon paymenl in lull of the amount bid. the purchaser will re- Judicial Sales-Real Est. ceive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aher confirmation of the sale, The properly will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospeclive bidderu are admoniahed to check the court file o verify all information. f this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, nhall pay the ausesuments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Proparty Act, 765 LCS 605/9(gpll) and (g)(4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part st a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5(g-1). l YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiff's attornet: CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE. L (630) Please refer to file number , THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Dnve. 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.txc.com for a 7 day otalus report st pending saleo. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE. L (630) Attorney File No Attorney ARDC No, Attorney Code Caae Number to CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Colleclion Prscliceo Act. you are advised that Plaintiffs attorney is deemed to be a debt collector altempting lo collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for ose. 2/7, 2/14, 2/21/13 # SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON NATONSTAR MORT- GAGE LLC Plaintiff, SHARREL TTLEBAUM Defendants 10 CH N. CENTRAL PARK AVENUE SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that purusant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 4, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March , at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive 4lh Floor, CHCAGO, L, sell al public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the toilowing descnbed real estate: Cornmon/v known as 8427 N. CENTRAL PARR AVENUE, SKOKE, L Property ndeo No , The real estate u improved with a single family residence. Sale lesos: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction: The balarme, including the Judicial sale tee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of Si for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser sol to esceed $300, in certified tonda/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No tee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the remdential real estate pursuant to ils credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee. judgment creditor. or other lienor acquiring the residenhal real estate whose rights in and to the residential real estate arose pnor to the sale. The subject property is subject o general real estate tases, special assessments, or special taxes len/ed against sad real estate and is offered for sale without any representation ax to quality or quantity of Stia and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS ls condition. The sale is further sublet o contirrnation by the court. f the sale is set aside for any reason. lre Purchaser al he sale shall be entitled only lo a return of the deposit paid The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Morlgaqor, the Mortgagee or he Morlgaee s anorney. Upon payment in 'full of the amount bid, the purchaser will recaine a Certificate ot Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aber conhrmation of Judicial Sales-Real Est. the sale. The properly will NOT be open tor inupection and plaintiff makes no representation au o the condition of the property. Prospeclive biddero are admorrivhed to check the court file to verify all informstion. f this properly is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale, other ban a mortgagee, shall pay the assessrnents and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act. 765 LCS 605/9)g)(1) and (g)(4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of o cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee uhall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5)9-1). W YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiff's allornet: CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630) Pleaxe refer to file number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can atao visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.tjsc.corn for a 7 day status report st pending aales CODLS & ASSOCATES. P C. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630) Attorney File No Attorney ARDC No Attorney Code Case Number: 10 CH NOTE: Pursuant to /re Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiffs attorney is deemed O be a debt collector altempting ro collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for hat Famose. l , 2/14. 2/21/13 # SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, CHAN- CERY DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA- TONAL ASSOCATON, Plaintiff V. VADM OKOROKOV A/K/A V. OKOROKOV: CHCAGO TTLE LAND TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE UNDER A TUST AGREEMENT DATED OCTOBER 19, 2007 AND KNOWN AS TRUST NUMBER : SENA AT OLD ORCHARD CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON: UNKNOWN OWN- ERS AND NON-RECORD CLAM- ANTS, Defendants 10 CH Property Address: 9360 SKOKE BOULEVARD UNT 618 SKOKE, L NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE SALE - CONDOMNUM Fisher and Shapiro tile # (t is advised that interested parties consult with their own attorneys before bidding at mortgage foreclosure sales.) PUBLC NOTCE io hereby given that pursuant o a Judgment of Foreclosure entered on December 13, 2012, Kalen Realty Semicea. nc., ax Selling Official will al 12:30 p.m. on March al 205 W, Randolph Street, Suite Chicago. llinois. sell at public aaciìon to the highest bidder tor cash, as set forth below, the following described reel property: Commonly known as 9360 Skokie Boulevard, Unit 618, Skokie, L Perrnanenl ndex No,: The mortgaged real estate is improved with a dwelling. The property will NOT be open for inspection. The purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessmeets and the tosa fees required tyi 765 LCS 605/91g)(l) and )g)(4). The judgment amount was $482, Sale lenes for nonparties: 10% of succesatul bid immediately at conclusion of auction, balance by 12:30 p.m. the next buaineau day, both by cashier's checka: and no refunds. The sale shall be sub}ect tu genera real estate taxes. special laxes, special assesarnents, special tases levied, and superior liens, it arry. The property is offered as is, with no expresa or implied warranliex and without any representation as to the quality of title or recourse o Plainft. Prospective bidders are admonished to review the court file to Judicial Sales-Real Est. verify all information, For information: Sale Clerk, Fisher and Shapiro, Attomey ti 42168, 2121 Waakegan Road, Suite 301, Bannockbum. llinois 60015, )847) , between i :00 pm. and weekdays only. 2/7, 2/14, 2/21/13 # SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUN', LLNOS COUN- TV DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA, N.A. Plaintiff, THEODORE SPLOTS, OPTMA OLD ORCHARD WOODS ELM CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON Defendanto li CH WOODS DRVE UNT 1204 SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 18, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 20, 2013, al the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell al public auction to the highesl bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 9715 WOODS DRVE UNT 1204, SKOKE. L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a multi unit condominium with inside garage and covered parlen Sale lenes: 25% down of the big - est bid by certified funds at the cloae of the auction: The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund. which is calculated on residential real estate al the rate ot $1 for each $1,000 or traction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not o exceed s00, in certified funds/or wire ransfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No tee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant o its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor. or other lienor acquirin9 the residential real estate whose vghls in and to the residential real estale arose prior to the sale. The vubjecl property in uublect lo general real estate lases, special assessmenls, or special laxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse lo Plaintiff and in "AS ls condition, The sale is further subject lo confirmation by the court Upon payment in full of the amounl bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale tha will entitle the purchaser to a deed lo the real eslate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representalion as o the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished o check the court Ele to verify all information. f hia properly is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit al tre foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g))1) and )gx4) t th'io property is a condominium unit which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act. 765 LCS 6O5/18.5)Q-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTh SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information: Visit our website al servrce.atty-pierce.com. between the hours of 3 and 5 pm. PERCE & ASSOCATES. Plaintiff's Attorneys, One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300, CHCAGO, L Tel No. (312) Please refer to hie number PAl THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One South Wacker Deve, 24th Floor Chicaqo, L (312) 236-ALE You can also exil The Judicial Sales Corporation at w.tjsc.com for a 7 day status report of pendinct sales. PCRCE & ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300 CHCAGO, L (312( Attorney File No. PA Attorney Code Case Number: 1 1 CH /21, 2/28. 3/7/13 # Find u1e CArt Drems todrive.com Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUR- TV DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA, N.A. Plaintiff, GRGORE MOCRAN, MARA M. MOCRAN, NCOLAE PAVEL. MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REG- STRATON SYSTEMS NC. AS NOMNEE FOR COUNTRYWDE BANK NA, OLD ORCHARD GREENS MCNTOSH HOUSE Defendanlo 11 CH PEACH PARKWAY UNT M203 SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 17, 2012, an agenl of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 19, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Deve - 241fr Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sel at public auction to the highest bidder. as set forth below, he following deecnbed real eatale' Commonly known as PEACH PARKWAY UNT M203, SKOKE, L Property nden No The real estate s improved with a brick 4 or more unit: no garage Sale terms: 25% dewn of the highest bid by cer- died fundo at the cloue of he auclion: The balance. including the Jadicial sale fee for Abandoned Residentini Properly Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residentini real estate at hn rate of $1 for each $1.000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchas. er not to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire trsnofer, ix due within twenty-foar (24) hours. No fee utrall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, tudgmenl creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose righls in and to the residential real estate arose pnor o the sale. The subject property is sublect to general real estate laxes, special assessments, or special tanes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any repreuenlation au to quality or quantity of title und without recourse lo Plaintiff and in AS S" condition. The sale is further subject lo confirmation by he court. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the parchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entite the purchaser to a deed lo the real natale aber confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representalion as o the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are 56- rnonixhed to check the Court file o verify all information. f this properly is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay lhe assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9)g))1) and (g))4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a common interest community. the purchaser of the unit at the toreclosure sale other han a mortgagee shall pay the assesarnenta required by The Condominium Property Act, 7ES LCS 605/18.5)Q-l). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON Cl OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information: Visit our website at seivice,atty-pier,corn between the hoars of 3 and 5 pm PERCE & ASSOCATES, Plaintiff's Attorneys, One North Dearborn Street Saite 1300, CHCAGO, L Tel No. (312) Please refer o tile number PAl THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One South Wacker Drive. 24th Floor. Chicaqo, L (312) 236-SALE You can also vied The Judicial Sales Corporation at for a 7 day atatus report of pendinq salen. PERCE h ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300 CHCAGO, L ) Attorney File No, PAl f01655 Atlorney Code Case Rumber: 11 CH / /13 # FND MORE LOCAL JOBS AT PONEER.00AL(OM/1ONSTER Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY. LLNOS COUR- TV DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL- LON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTFCATEHOLDERS CWALT, NC., ALTERNATVE LOAN TRUST OCB MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTFCATES, SERES GB Plaintiff, RZWAN MUNAWAR KHAN, MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REG- STF1ATON SYSTEMS, NC. AS NOMNEE FOR AMERCA'S WHOLESALE LENDER, UNTED STATES OF AMERCA, NORTH SKOKE BOULEVARD CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON Defendants 11 CH SKOKE BOULEVARD UNT 202 SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on October 2, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporafion, will al 10:30 AM on March 7, 2013, at loe The Judicial Sales Corporalion, One South Wacker Dnve - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell al public auction lo the highesl bidder, as set forth below, he following described real estate: Cornmons known au 8440 SKOKE BOULEVARD UNT 202, SKOKE, L Property ndea No. t The real estate is improved with a multi-unit condominium building. Sale terms: 25% down of the hiqheul bid by certified fundo al the cloue of he auction: The balance. including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Resìdenlial Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculaled on residential real eatale at the rate of $1 for each $1.000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to eoceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, ix due within twenty. four (24) hours. No fee uhall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to ils credit bid al the sale or by uny mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquisng the reaidenlial real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The aubiect property a subject lo general real estate taoes, special assessments, or special lanes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation au to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS 1S condition, The sale io further sublet to confirrnation by he court. Upon payment in full of he amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser o a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale, The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintifl makes no representalion as o the condition of he property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the Court file to verify all information. f this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and he legal tees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9)g)(t) and (g))4). f this property is a condominiam unit which ix part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee ohall pay he assessments required by The Condominium Properly Act, 365 LCS e05/18,5)q-1) F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER). YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW For information: Visit our website al neivice.atty-pierce.com. between the hours of 3 and 5 pm. PERCE E ASSOCATES, Plainhff's Attorneys, One North Dearbom Street Suite 1300, CHCAGO, L Tel No. (312) Please refer to file number PAl THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One South Wacker Once, 24th Floor, Chicaqo, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at www tjsc.com for a 7 day xtatuv report of Oendinq sales, PERCE & ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300 CHCAGO. L (312) Attorney File No. PA Attorney Code Case Rumber 11 CH /14. 2/21, 2/28/13 # PLACE A CLASSfED AD (AR M OR VST PONE[RLO(AL (OM/(LASSFEDS
123 Judicial Sales-Real Est. Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, DVSON NA 0/B/A AMERCAS SERVCNG BANK OF AMERCA, N.A., SB/M COMPANY Paintfl, DONALD R NLLES, JANET NLLES, CTBANK. N.A. SUCCES- SOR BY MERGER TO CTBANK. FSB Defendanls 11 CH E PRARE ROAD SKOKE. L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sate errere in the above cause on December an agenl of The Judictal Saes Corporatton, will at 10:30 AM on March t9, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Once. 24h Floor. CHCAGO, L , sel at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below. the following described real estate:cornmonly knowo as 7852 E. PRARE ROAD, SKOKE, L Property ndex No O4t. The reel eslate o improved with a residence. Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction: The balance, including the Judicial sale fee tor Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which s calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $t for each $1,000 or traction thereot xl the amount paid by the purchaser not to eocaed $300, n certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, ludqmeflt creditor, or other liesor acquiring the residential real estate whose nghfs in and to or by any mortgagee, ludgmeflt the residential real estafe arose prior to the sale. The subject property the residential real estate whose creditor, or other lienor acquiring is subject to general real estate taoes, special sssessments, or special estate arose pnor to he aale. The rightu in and to the residential real fases levied against said real estate subject property is subject to general real estate tanes, special assess and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or ments, or special tases levied quantity of title and without recourse against said real estate and is offermi for sale without any represen- fo Plaintiff and in AS ts condition The sale in further sublect to conf irmation by the court f the sale is and without recourse to Plaintiff and talion as to quality or quantity of hle set aside for any reason, the Purchaser al he sale shall be enfitled trer subject to confirmation by the in AS ls condition. The sale is tur- only lo a return of the deposit paid. court. Upon payment in full of the The Purchaser scaf hace no further amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that wilt recourse against the Mosga9or, the Mortgagee or tle Mortgagee s afforney Upan payment in lull of the entitle the purchaser to a deed to amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Cerldicale of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation au to the condition of the property Prospeclive bidders are admonished o check the court file to verify sil intormafion ft this property is s condominium unit. the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee. shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Proparty Act. 765 LCS 605/9(g)(t) and (g)(4l f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/185(q-1). l YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSsESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTfON /C OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW For information. examine the court file or contact Plaintiffs ussrneff: CODLS S ASSOCATES, P.C.. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUFrE 100. BURR RDGE, L (630( Please refer to file number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORAlON One South Wacker Dnve, 24th Floor, Chago. L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w wwitsc corn for a 7 day status report of pending sales CODLS 6 ASSOCATES, PC. 15W030 NORTh FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630( Attorney File No Attorney ARDC No Attorney Code Case Number: 11 CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiffs anorney is deemed fo be a debt collector attempting tu cotlect a debl and any information obtained will be used for that pu )14,2/21,2/28/13 # TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVC- NG, LP FKA COUNTRYWDE HOMELOANS SERVCtNG LP Pfaintiff, vs than a mortgagee. shall pay the ausessnientu and the legal fees re- BORSLAV NJEGOMROVC. BORKA NJEGOMROVC: DANA PEERA. MARANA SARGS, ADAM PEERA quired by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(1 j and NORRDGE HOMEOWNERS CAMELOT TOWNHOUSES- Defendants 11 CH4972 (g)(4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a corn- ASSOCATON; UNKNOWN 83t9 KMBALL AVENUE SKOKE, L moo interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the forecloaure NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclouure pay the assessments required by sale other than a mortgagee shalt and Sale entered in the above The Condominium Property Act, cause on December 13, 2012, an 765 LCS 605/18.5(0-1). F YOU agent of The Judicial Sales Corporalion, will at 10:30 AM on March OWNER). YOU HAVE THE RGHT ARE THE MORTGACOR (HOME- 15, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, Ose South Wacker EVANGELNA io a condominium unit, the piochaser ot the unit al the foreclosure sale. LUVANO AKA TO REMAN N POSSESSON EVANGELNA A LUVANO EÑRCO GLASSO. ROSEMARE FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF Defendants other than u mortgagee, shall pay G LASSO, the assessments and the legal fees Drive - 24th Floor CHCAGO, L, AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N 11 CH sell at public auction to the ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON UNTED STATES OF AMERCA, required by The Condominium 7849 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE STATE OF LLNOS highest bidder, as set forth below, t5-1701(c OF THE LLNOS NORRDGE, L Property Ad, 765 LCS 605/9(g))t) Defendants the following described real MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 11 CH check the court file to verity all information. f this property is a condo- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pur- NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NOand ()(4( f this property io a condominium unit wh'ch is pail of a estate Commonly known as 831g LAW. For information: Visit our 5036 N. DENAL STREET common interest KMBALL AVENUE, SKOKE, L website at sersice.atty-pierce.com. NORRDGE, L minium unit, the purchaser of the suant to a Judgment of Foreclosure community. the Property ndex No between the hours of 3 and 5 pm. March 20, 2013, at the hour of ti NOTCE OF SALE PU8LC NO- unit at the foreclosure sale, other and Sale entered in the above purchaser of the unit at the lorectosure sale other than a mortgagee The real estate is PERCE 6 ASSOCATES, Plaintiff's am. in their office al 120 West TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure sessments and the ea! fees re- agent of The Judicial Sales Corpo- shall pay the assessments required than a mortgagee, shall pay the as- cause on December 1 t, 201 2, an improved with a brick single family Attorneys, One North Dearborn Madison Street. Suite 718A, Chicago. llinois. sell to the highest bidder house; detached t car garage. Sale Street Suite 1300 CHCAGO, L termo 25% down of the highest bid Tel and Sale entered in No. (312) the above quired by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g((1( and 13, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales ration, will at to:30 AM on March by The Condominium Property Act, 755 LCS 605/18 5(-1). for cash, the following descnbed by certified funds at the close of the Please refer lo file cause on March 27, an agent F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEnumber properly: of The Judicial Sales Corporation, (g)(4). f this property is a condominium unit which is part of a com- Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, Corporation, One South Wacker auction: The balance, including the PAt THE JUDCAL SALES PN , t2-t2- will at to:30 AM on March 7, 2013, OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N Judicial sale fee for Abandoned CORPORATON One South at the The Judicial Sales Corporalion, One South Wacker Dnve - chaser of the unit al the foreclossre highest bidder, as set forth below, mon interest community, the pur , sell at public auction to the POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF Residential Property Municipality Wscker Dnve, 24th Floor, Chicaao, Commonly known as 7856 WEST Relief Fund, which u calculated on L (312) 236-SALE You LAWRENCE AVENUE UNT A, 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sale other than a mortgagee shall the following described real estate: AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N residential real eutate at the rate of can also visit The Judicial Sales NORRDGE. L 60706, sell al public auction to the highest pay tre assessments required by Commonly 'known as 7849 WEST ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof si the amounl paid by the pur- day status report of sendina sales Corporation at for a 7 The mortgaged real estate is improved with s condominium resilowing descnbed real estafe: 765 LCS 605/18.5(q-1), F YOU LAW. For information: Visit our bidder, as set forth below. the tot- The Condominium LAWRENCE t5-t701)c( OF 11-lE LLNOS Property Act. AVENUE. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE chaser no to exceed $300. in certitied funds/or wire transfer, is due North Dearborn Street Suite 1300 PERCE & ASSOCATES One dence, The purchaser of the unit Commonly known au 5036 N. ARE ThE MORTGAGOR (HOME- webuite at ser-vice.atfy-pierce.com. other than a mortgagee shall pay DENAL STREET, NORRDGE, L OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT between the hours of 3 and 5 pm. within twenty-four (24( hours, No CHCAGO, L (312) 476- the assessments and the legal fees TO REMAN N POSSESSON PERCE & ASSOCATES, Plaintiff's fee shall be paid by the mortgagee 5500 Attorney File No. PA required by subdivisions g((1( and Properly ndex No FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF Attorneys, One North Dearborn acquiring the residential real estate Attorney Code. Sf220 Case Number: 1 t CH 4972 um Property Act Sale terms: 25% single family residence, Saie terms: ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON Tel No. (312) (g)(4) of Section 9 of the Condomin- The real estate is improved with a AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N Street Suite 1300, CHCAGO, L pursuant o its credit bid at the sale down by certified funds. balance 25% down of the highest bid by certried funds at the close of the auc- MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE PA , THE JUDCAL SALES (C) OF THE LLNOS Please refer to file number Zf't4, 2/21, 2)28/13 # within 24 hours, by certified fundo. No refundo. The property will NOT Dion; The balance, including the Judiciul sale fee tor Abandoned Resi- court file or contact Plaintiff's ussr- Wacker Dnve, 24th Floor, LAW For information, esamine the CORPORATON Ose South be open for inspection Upon pay- Chicaqo, ADVERTSNG SERVCES Need to place your ad tri more titan 300 newspapers throughout llinois CaH llinois Press Advert/sing Service or v/sit www. illinotspress.orq CAREE WEDUCATON ARUNE CAREERS begin tere Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech FAA approved training Financial aid it qualified - Housi ng avaiabe. Job placement assistance CALL AM FARM MACHNERY Earn Top sss Leas/ng Hunting Rights to Your Land. Call Base Camp Leasing tor free quote & into packet Hunting Leases Done Right since 1999 i Judicial Sales-Real Est. the real estate after confirmation of the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation au to the condition of the properly. Prospeclive bidders are admonished to check the court file to venfy all nf ormatron. f this property is u condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale, other SUBS(RBE TODAY (Ali OR VST PONEER W(AL(OM Judicial Sales-Real Est. NO R RDO E Pierce & Associates File Number e N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA. N.A. Plaintiff, HERS AND LEGATEES OF BORKA NJEGOMROVC, F ANY: UNKNOWN OWNERS UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON RECORD CLAMANTS; Defendants, 11 CH NOTCE OF SALE PURSUANT TO JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE UNDER LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclouure entered in the above entitled cause on December 18, 2012, ntercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Wednesday. ment irr full of the amount bid, the purchaser wilt receive a Certificate of Sale which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the premises after confirmation of the sale For information: Visit our website at htlp://servrce.atty-pierce.com. 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Pierce S Associates, Plaintiff's Attomeys. t North Dearborn Street. Chicago, llinois Te.No. 312) Refer to File Nurnber f NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) / , 2/28/13 # NORRDGE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL- LON F/KA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTFCATEHOLDERS OF CWABS, NC., ASSET-BACKED CERTFCATES, SERES Plaintiff, dentiul Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residestral real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1 000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to eaceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall he paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udqment creditor. or Drivers: CDL-A TEAM WTH TOTAL SOC mtle for Hazmat Teams Solo Drivers Also Needed lyr. exp req'd i Ext. 730e or MS. corn Driver - Qualify for any portion of $03/mile quarterly bonus: $01 Safety. $01 Production. $.01 MPG, Two raises in first year 3 months recent experience Dr,ver' $1000 Sign-On Bonus. Earn $50,000-e annually. Home Daily. NEW 2013 Tractors Famìly Health & Dental nsurance 401k Plan Paid Holidays & Vacation. CDL-A with i year tractor-trailet expenence or apply online at TanTara Transportation is now hirìng OTA Company Flatbed Drivers and Owner Operators. Competitìve Pay and l-tome Time. Call or apply online at us NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Judicial Sales-Real Est. Judicial Sales-Real Est. Judicial Sates-Real Est, othe/ lisor acquiring the residential real eatate whose nghts in and to tre residential real estate arose piior to the sale. The sublet property is subject to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to qualìty or quantity of de and without recourse lo Plaintiff and in AS ls condition The sale is further sublet O contirmation by the court. f the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortga9or, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s atorney. Upon payment in tall of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser lo a deed to the real estate aher confirmation of the sale. The property sd NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the properly. Prospectine bidders are admonished to nei: CODLS & ASSOCATES. P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD. SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630( Please refer to file number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Drive. 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.tlsc.com for s 7 day status report of pending sales. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P C 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD. SUTE too BURR RDGE, L (630) Attorney File No. 14-il Attorney ARDC No Asomey Code Case Number: i t CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised tha Plaintiffs attorney in deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information obtaìned will be used for that purpose /14, 2/21, 2/28/13 # NORRDGE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A Plaintiff, NORRDGE, L Property ndes No, The real estate is improved with a brown brick two story single family home with s two car detached garage. Sale terms: 25% down of fhe highest bid by certified funds al the close of the auction; The balance. including the Judicial sale tee for Abandoned Residential Properly Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for euch $1,000 or traction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $00. in certified funds/or wire L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Salen Corporation at for a 7 day status report of pending sales, PERCE S ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suite t300 CHCAGO. L ( Attorney File No. PA Attorney Code Case Num- transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours, No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant to its ber: t t CH credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee. udgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose nqhts in and to HARWOOD HEGHTS 44*Tyrrbn599sevh'' r NETWORK Openings for large distrìbution center account in Olney. L. 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Please refer questions and comments directly to CAN. the residential real etale arose pii' or to the sale, The sublect property is subject to general real estate tuaes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and io offered tor sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse n Plaintiff and in AS 1S condison The sale is further sublet to conhrmation by the court, Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale, The properfy will NOT be open for inspection und plaintiff makes no representution as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admosished to check the court file tp venfy all information, f this property /14, 2/21, 2/28/13 # N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON BANK OF AMERCA, N.A, SUC- CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVCNG, LP Fch COUNTRYWDE HOME LOANS SERVCNG LP Plaintiff. vs. MAREK SAK; DOROTA SAK; UN- TEDSTATESOF AMERCA; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON RECORD CLAMANTS; Defendants, 11 CH PUBLC NOTCE is hereby given tra pursuant lo a Judgment of Foreclosure entered in he ubove entitled cause on December t2, 2012, lnlercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Thursday, March 14, 2013, at lre hour of lt a.m in their office at 120 West Madison Street, Sude 718A, Chicago. llinois, sell lo the highest bidder for cash, the following descnbed t Commonly knows as WEST ARGYLE STREET. HARWOOD HEGHTS. L The mortgaged real estate is improved with a single family residence, f the sublect moilgeged real estate is a unit of a common interest community. the purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee sts* pay tme assessments required subsection (g-t) of Section 18.5 of the Condominium Property Act, Sale terms: 25% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified fonds No refunds The property will NOT be open for inspeclion. Upon payment in tull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate S Sale which will enlife the purchaser lo a Deed to the premises after confirmation ol the sale. For information: Visil our websile at tween 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on y Pierce & Associates, Plaintiff's Attomeys, i North Dearborn Street, Chicago, llinois Tel.No (312) Refer to File Number NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON Selling Officer, (312) " , 2/21, 2P28f13 #502218
124 72 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL- LON F KA TH E BANK OF NEW YORK. AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTFCATEHOLDERS OF THE CWABS, NC., ASSET- BACKED CERTFCATES, SERES 26-24; Pa,nttt, VS- SAED KASAHCH; MARLA KASA-CH; MOHAMMAD AL ZAHED; PATRCA S. ZAHED; RDGESTONE BANK; UNKNOWN HERS AND t- LEGATEES OF SAED KASAHCH, F ANY- UNKNOWN HERS AND LEGATES OF MARLA KASA4CH, F ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON RECORD CLAMANTS; Del endants, il CH NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NOTCE S HEREBY DV- EN Nat pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sae entered in the above entitled cause on December 12, 2012 ntercounty Judicial Sales Corporabon will on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at the hour of ft am. in their office at t20 West Madison Street, Suite 7tSA, Chicago, llinois, sell at public auction o the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described mortgaged real estate: PN: T ; Commonly known as 9509 Leamington Street, Skokie, The mortgaged real estate is mproved with a single family residence. f the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by subsection (g-1) of Section 18.5 of the Condorrriniurn Property Act. Sale terms: 10% down by certified funds, balance, by certified funds, within 24 hours. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for insçiection For information call the Sales Clerk at Plaintiffs ASomey, The Withicki Law Group, 33 West Monroe Street, Chicago, llinois (312) W NTRCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON fficer, (312) ,2114,2121/13 M96692 MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, NA Plaintiff, - MCHAEL ROSS AKA MCHAEL A ROSS, CHRSTNE BENSA,laX/A CHRSTNE E BENSA Defendants 12 CH CHURCH STREET MORTON GROVE, L60053 NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 17, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on Marcr 1g, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L , sell at public auction o the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following descnbed real estate Commonly known as 7330 CHURCH STREET, MORTON GROVE, L Properly ndex No The real estate is improved with a single family home with an attached 2 car garage. Sale terms: 25% down of - f're highest bid by certified funds at -,ne close of the auction; The balanca, including the Judicial sale tee for Abandoned Residential Properly Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or traction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds/sr wire transfer, io due within twenty-four (24) hours, No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant o its credit bid at the sale or by any k mortgagee, ludgment creditor, or other lienor ucquinng the residential real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose prior o the saie. The subject property is subject o generai real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of titte and without receurse to Plaintiff arid in AS ls condition. The sale is further subject to confir- Judicial Sales-Real Est. mation by the court. U(on payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a desini to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no represent a- tion as to the condition üf the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all inforrriation. if this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure saie, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments anrf'the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Ad, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4(. f this property is a condominium und which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of he unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 705 1LCS (q-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF ThE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW For information: Visit our website at nervice.atty-pierce.com. between the hours of 3 and 5 pun. PERCE & ASSOCATES, Plainfiff s Attorneyn, One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300, CHCAGO, L Tel No. (312) Please refer to file number PAl21 t 158. THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also sind The Judicial Sales Corporafion at www t)sc.com for a 7 day ntatus report of pending sales. PERCE ti ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suife 1300 CHCAGO, L (312) Attorney File No. PAl Attorney Code Case Number: 12CH ,2121,2/28113 * ARWOOD HEGHTS N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNT', LLNOS COUNl'i' DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON ONEWEST BANK, FSB (D/BA FNANCAL FREEDOM, A DVSON OF ONEWEST BANK, FSB) Plainfiff, UNKNOWN BENEFCARES OF THE TRUST UT/A DATED 900/98 M(/A TRUST NO 4728, UNTED STATES OF AMERCA - SECRE- TARY OF HOUSNG AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, UNKNOWN SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE OF THE TRUST UT/A DATED 9/30/98 AX/A TRUST NO 4728, UN- KNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAMANTS, JOHN CLAUSON AS NDEPENDENT EX- ECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF JUNE M JOHNSON. DECEASED Defendants 12 CH N. onto AVENUE HARWOOD HEGHTS L NOTCE OF SALE FUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure arid Sale entered in the above cauae on December 17, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 1g, 20f3, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacher Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell ut public auction to the highest bidder. as set forth below, the following descnbed real estate: Commonly known as 472tt N. OCONTO AVENUE, HARW000 HEGHTS, L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with s residence. Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1 000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300. in certifieri funds/or wire transfer, io due within twenty-tour (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuani to os credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquinng the residential real estate whose rights in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subject property is subiect to generai real estate taxes, special assessmente, or special tases levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representeflon as to quality or quanhty of tille and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS S condition. The sale is furtrer subtect to confirmation by fhe court. f the sale is set aside tor any reason. the Purchaser al the sale shall be entitled only to a return of Judicial Sales-Real Est. the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's allorney. Upon payment in lull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aher confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospecfive bidders are admonished o check the court file to verify all information. f this property u a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assesaments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Proparty Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g1) and (g)(4(. ft this property s a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee nhall pay the auseasments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5(q-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER). YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiff's attorneff: CODLS 8 ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L (630) Please refer to (ile number $. THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORAlON Ose South Wacker Dose, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can aise visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.tjnc.com for a 7 day statua report of pending sales. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630) Attorney File No. t Attorney ARDC No, Attorney Code Case Number: f2 CH NOTE Pursuant lo the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney in deemed to be a debt collector atfemptinq to collect a debt and any informafion obtained will be used for urse 2114,2121, * MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNiX DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON DEUTSCHE BANK NA- TONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS NDENTURE TRUSTEE FOR AMERCAN HOME MORTGAGE NVESTMENT TRUST Painhff, ABDUL BEGAWALA, MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REGSTRATON SYSTEMS, NC. Defendants 12 CH S. PARK AVENUE MORTON GROVE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 19, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at to:30 AM on March 21, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sel al public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following descnbed real estate: Commonly known as 5822 S. PARK AVENUE, MORTON GROVE, L Property ndex No Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a residence. Sale fermo: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balance. including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which in calculated on residential real estafe at the rate of $1 for each $1 000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, n certifind funds/or wire franster, io due within twenty-four (24) hours. No tee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuanf to du credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose rights in and to the residential real estate arose prior o the sale. The subject property in sublet to goneral real estate taxes, special assessmente, or upecial taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any represenfation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and n AS S condition. The sale ix further subtect to confirmation by the Judicial Sales-Real Est. court. f the sale is set anide for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney Upon payment in lull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive s Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed o the real estate after conhrmafion of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspecfion and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospeclive bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all of ormation. f this property io a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sala, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assesarnents sod the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g((t) and (g)(4). f this property is a condo' minium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required The Condominium Property A 765 LCS 605/18.5(Q-t). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WFTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiff's attorney. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630) Please refer to file number THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Dnve, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (3t2( 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w ww.tjsc.com for a 7 day status report of pending sales. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE. L (630) Attorney File No Attomey ARDC No Attorney Code Case Number: 12 CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised thul Plaintiffs attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any informafion obtained will be used for that purpose ,2121,2128/13 * HARW000 HEGHTS N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, NA Plaintiff, ANDREW SCHMDT AX/A AN- DREW W. SCHMDT, CYNTHA SCHMDT AlK/A CYNTHA A. SCHMDT CYNTHA BOCKHOLD- SCHMDT AKA CYNTHA A BOCKHOLD-SCHMDT, ALBANY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, N.A. Defendants 12 CH NORTH OKETO AVENUE HARW000 HEGHTS, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Forectossre and Sale entered in the above cause on September 14, 20t2, an agent of The Judicial Sates Corporation, witl at 1030 AM on March 21, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60600, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following descnbed real estate: Commonly known as 4741 NORTH OKETO AVENUE, HARW000 HEGHTS, L Property loden No The real entate is improved with a single family 1 story home with a detached 2 car garage. Sate terms: 25% down olthe 'hiheat bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which in calculated oo residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1.000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twentyfour (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant o its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose nghls in and to the residential real estate arose poor to the sale. The sublect property in usbtect o general real estate taxeu, special assessments, or npecial tasen levied against said real estate Judicial Sales-Real Est. and in offered' for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS ls condition. The sale s farther nubiecf to confirmaton by the court, Upon payment in full of he amount bid, the purchaxer will receive s Cortihcafe of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representalion as to the condition of the properly. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court he fo verify all information. f this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other han a mortgagee. shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Ac), 765 LCS 605/9(g((1) and (g((4(. f this properly is a condominium unit which is part of a common interest community, fha purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assesnunents required by The Condominium Properly Act, 7E5 LCS 605/18 5(g-1(. F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER, YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information: Visit our website at service.atty-pierce.com between the hours of 3 and 5 pm PERCE & ASSOCATES, Plaintiff's Attorneys, One North Dearborn Street Suite 131X1, CHCAGO, L Tel No, (312) Please refer to file number PAl THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sates Corporabon st for a 7 day status report of Pending sales, PERCE 6 ASSOCATES One North Dearborn Street Suite 1300 CHCAGO, L (312) Attorney File No PA Attorney Code Case Number 12CH /14, 2)21, 2/28/13 * MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON DEUTSCHE BANK NATONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS NDENTURE TRUSTEE FOR AMERCAN HOME MORTGAGE NVESTMENT TRUST Plaintiff, LSA STRAM. ANTHONY M. STRAM AKA ANTHONY STRAM, MERLL LYNCH CREDEF CORPO- RATON, NEW CENTURY MORTGAGE CORPORATON, EQUABLE ASCENT FNANCAL LLC Defendants 12CH MANSFELD AVE. Morton Grove L NOTdE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on October 25, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 7, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell ut public auction to the highest bidder. an sel torth below, the following descnbed real estate: Commonly known an 8902 MANS- FELD AVE., Morton Grove, L Property ndes No The real estate is improved with a single family residence. The juif - ment amount was $285,586.7 Sale terms: The bid amount, induiting the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipasty Relief Fund, which in calculated on reuldential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not o exceed $30, shall be paid in certified funds immediately by the highest and bent bidder at the conclusion of the sale. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuanl to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udgment creditor, or other lienor acquinng the residential real estate whose rights in and o the residenliai mal estate arose prior n the sale, The subject property in subject to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special lanes lenied sgainst said real estate and in offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and n AS 1S condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by Judicial Sales-Real Est. the court. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, fha purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will enhtle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aher confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property Prospeclive bidders are adrnoniahed to check the court file to verify all nf ormatron. f this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the asnesaments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g((1( and (g)(4(. f thin property is a condominium soil which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale ofher than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5(g-1(. F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON. N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff's attorney: HEAVNER, SCOTr, BEYERS & MHLAR, LLC East Main Street, DECATUR, L 62523, (217) THE JU- DCAL SALC5 CORPORATON One South Wacker Dove, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (312) 238-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w w-w.sc corn for a 7 day status re- Bort of pendirro sales HEAVNER, SCOTT, BEYES & MHLAR, LLC East Main Street DECATUR, L (217( Attorney Code Case Namber: 12 CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for 2/14,2/21,2/28/13 # SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATONAL ASSOCATON SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE HOME FNANCE LLC Plaintiff, JÔACH,M J. NEUBERGER, LN- COLN COURT CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON Defendants 12 CH WARREN STREET 306 SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above casse on December 12, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 14, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, an set orth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known an 5040 WAR- REN STREET 306, SKOKE, L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a condo/townhouse. Sale terms: 25% down of the highesl bid by certified tends at the dose of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fand, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1 000 or traction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $, in certified funds/or wire ransfer, is due within twenty-four (24( hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant lo its credit bid al the sale or by any mortgagee, lsdgmenf creditor, or other henni acquiring the residential real estate whose nghls in and to the residential real estate srose pri- Or to the sale. The sublet properly is subiect to general real estate tanen, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said reel estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS 1S condition. The sale is further anfiel to confirmation by the caur. lt the sale io sel aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgsor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s asorney Upon paynienl in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Cerliticate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser lo a deed to Judicial Sales-Real Est, the real estate aher confirmation of the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospeclive bidders are admonished fo check the court file to verify all nf ormahon. t thin property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assesaments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Proparty Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g((1( and (g)(4). lt thìs property is a condominium and which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Properly Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5(g-t(. F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF ThE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, esamine the court file or contact Plaintiff's atto,- nay: CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L (630( Please refer to (ile number t 4- t THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORAlON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L (,312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at w w-w.tlac.com for a 7 day ulalas report of pending sales CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630( Attorney File No Attorney ARDC No, Attorney Code Case Number f2 CH NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information detained will be used for 2114,2121,2128/13 # uncolnw000 N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHAN- CERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, NA Plaintiff, vs. HAD H. ALSAMARY, ZANAB A AL JENAB, HAMPTON PLACE CONDOMN- UM ASSOCATON: UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON- RECORD CLAMANTS; Defendants, 12 CH 5464 NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NOTiCE S HEREBY GV- EN that pursuant fo a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above entitled cause on December 12, 20t2 ntercounfy Judicial Sales Corporation will on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at the beur of t a.m in their office at 120 West Madison Street, Suite 71M, Chicago, llinois, sell at public auction lo tre highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described mortgaged real estate: P N: Commonly known as 7201 North Lincoln Avenue, Unit 203, Lincolnwood, The mortgaged real estate is improved with a condominium residence The purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees reaired by nubdivrnions lg))t) and (g)(4,) of Section 9 of the Condominium Property Act Sale terms: 10% down by certified funds, balance, by certified funds, within 24 hours. No retends The property will NOT be open for inspedlion For information call Mr Anthony Porto at Plainhff's Attorney, Freedman Anselmo Lindberg LLC, 1807 West Diehl Road, Naperville, llinois (630( For Bidding instructions call (630) hours poor lo sale. F NTERCOUNTY JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON nofficer, (312) /7 2114, 2/21/13 * To PLACE YOUR GARAGE SALE AD, CALL Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE N ThE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNl'Y DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON OCWEN LOAN SERVC- NG. LW Plaintiff, ELWALED ELNOUR NK/A ELWALED M. ELNOUR, MTHAAL AL Mf/A MTHAAL M. AL. MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REGSTRATON SYSTEMS, NC. Defendants 12 CH W. BRCHWOOD AVENUE SKOKE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant lo a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 11, 2012, an agent of The Judicial Sales Corporefino, wrl at 10:30 AM on March 13, 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Dove - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 3833 W. BRCHWOOD AVENUE, SKOKE, L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a single family residence Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by cart/ted units al the close of the auction; The balunce, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is caiculated on renidentral real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction hereof of the amount paid by the purchaser no to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real eslate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udqment creditor. or other renor acquinng the renidential real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real eutale arose pnor to the sale The subject property is nutffect to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special tases levied against said real estate and is olieren for sale without any representation as lo quality or quantity of title and wrthouf recourse to Plaintiff and in A5 S condition. The sale is further sublet to cash,- matron by the court. f the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse againsl the Morlga9or. the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s albiney. Upon payment in 'lull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes on representation as lo he condition of the property. Prospeclive bidders are admonished lo check the court file to verity all informalice, lt this properly is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the ansessxnents and the legal fees reqaired by The Condominium Properby Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g((1( and (g)(4(. ft this property is a condominium unit which is part of a cornmon interest community, the purchaser of the unit al the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall nay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS (g-1(. F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON (C) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, examine the court file or contact Plaintiff's alborney' CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C., 15W030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630) Please refer to file number 14-1 t THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, L t2( 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Salen Corporation at w tsc.com for a 7 day slatus report of pending salen. CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.C. l5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100 BURR RDGE, L (630) Attorney File No, Anorney ARDC No, Attorney Code Case Number: 12 CH NOTE: Pursuant lo the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff's attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting lo collect a debt and any inforrnafion obtained will be used for those 217, 2/14, 2/21/13 *400609
125 Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE MORTON GROVE N THE CRCUT COURT OF N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT. CHANCERY DVSON GREEN TREE SERVC- NG LLC, Plaintiff,. VOUSSEF VOUNAN, CAPTAL ONE BANK (USA), N.A 4922 W PASS-THROUGH CERTFCATES KRK CONDOMNUM ASSOCA- Plaintrtf, TON Defendants 12 CH ASHOUR SHMON, JACOUELNE 4922 KRK STREET, UNT 102 SHMON, CHARTER ONE BANK, Skokie, L NA NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- Defendants TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 6, 20t2, an NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NOagent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 8, suant to a Jsdgment of Foreclosure TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pur- 2013, at tire The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Dove - cause on December 6, 2012, an and Sale entered in the above 4h Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, agent of The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 8, set at public auction to tre highest bidder as set forth below the following descnbed real 2013, at the The Judicial Sales Cor- estate:cornmonly known as 4922 KRK STREET, UNT 102, Skokie, L Property ndes No. t VOL 0t26 The real estate is improved with a condominium. The judgment amount was $146, Sale ternis: 25% down of the highest bid by codified funds al the close of the auction: poration, One South Wacker Deve - 4th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell al public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Cornmonly known as 58t2 OAKTON STREET, Morton Grove, L Property ndex No The real estate is improved with a uingle family real- The balance, including the Judicial dence, The ludgrnenl amouel was sale fee for Abandoned Residential $262, Sale tenors: 25% Properly Municipalify Relief Fund, down of the highest bid by certified which is calculated on residential funds at the close of the suction, real eslate uf the rate of $1 for each The balance, rncluding the Judicial st.000 or fraction thereof of the sale fee tor Abandoned Residential amount paid by the purchaser no Properly Municipality Relief Fund, o esceed $300, in codified funds/or wire transfer. is due within twentyfour (24) hours No feo shall be paid y the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee. udgment creditor, or other honor acqornng the residential real estate whose rights is and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subtect property is subecf to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special tases levied aqainsl said resi estate and is offered for sale wifhout any representation as to quality or quantity st title and without recourse to Plaintìff and in AS S condition, The sale is further subject to conf irmation by the coud Upon payment in lull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Cert4icate of Sale that will enhtle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representaion as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the coud file to verify all information. t this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal feos required by The Condominium Property Act 765 LCS 605/9(g)(t) and (g)(4) t this property is a condorninium unit which is pari of a common interest community. the purchaser of the unit at the brodosure salo other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/18.5(-1). F YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON t5-1701(c) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff's asomev' JOHNSON, BLUMBERG h ASSOCATES, LLC, 230 W. Monroe Street, Suite #1125, Chicago, L 60606, (312) Please refer to bile number t THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TON One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago. L )3t2) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation al w w-w.tlsc.com for a 7 day status re- Sort ob pending sales. JOHNSON, BLUMBERG & ASSOCATES, LLC 230w Monroe Street, Suite #1125 Chicago, L (312) Anomey File No. t Attorney Code. Case Number: 12 CH NOTE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Ad, YOU are advised that Ptaintitf'o asorney is deemed to be a debt collector atfemptrng to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for rse 217, 2/14, # TO PLACE A CLASSFED AD, (AU Judicial Sales-Real Est. COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON DEUTSCHE BANK NA- TONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR NEW CENTURY HOME EQUTY LOAN TRUST, SERES ASSET BACKED 12 CH t2 OAKTON STREET Morton Grove tl60053 which is calculated on residential real estate st the rate ob $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twentyfour (24) hours, No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, udgmeet dredilor, or other honor acquinng the residential real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subfect properly is subledt to general real estate lases, special assessments, or special faxes levied againat said real estate and is offered for sale withoul any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS 1S condition. The sale is further subject to contirmason by he court Upon payment in lull of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate aher confirmation ob the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representalion as to the condition ob the prop- Mortgagee or the Mortgagee o alborney. Upon payment in lull of he erty Prospective bidders are admonrshed to check the Court bile to tise bidders are admonished fo amount bid, the purchaser will re- Village of Skokie condrlion of the property Prospec- verity all information. f hm property check the court bile to venby all nf ormation f this properly is a Condo- entitle the purchaser to a deed to The Village of Skokie is now adceive a Certificate ob Sale that will Notice to Bidders a a condominium Unit, he purchaser of the unit at he foreclosure sale, minium unit, the purchaser ob the the real estate aher confirmation ob cepting sealed BDS for other than a mortgagee, shall pay unit at the foreclosure sale, other the sale The property will NOT be the assessments und' the legal fees than a mortgagee, shall pay the asseusments and the legal bees re- makes no representation us to the Main Street Landscaped Me- open for Mowing Services and inspection and plaintiff required be The Condominium Property Ad, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(1( quired by The Condominium Properfy Act, 765 LCS 605/9(g)(t) and tine bidders are admonished located at 3351 N Broadway. condition of tle property Prospecdian & Channel Park Gateways and (g)(4). tt this property is a condominiam unit which is part of a (g))4(. f this property ix a condo- check the court file to verity all nf or- Chicago, L The true fo Mainfenance Services Notice is hereby grven that the common interest community, the minium unit which is part of a dommon interest community, the purminium unit, the purchaser of the of the owner(s) is: Rafael Casmation. f this property is a condo- name(s) and residence address Village of Skokie will receive purchaser of the unit at he foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee chaser of the unit al the foreclosure unit at the foreclosure sale, other BDS at 5127 Oaklon Street, to, W. Melroao, Chicago, shalt pay the assessments required sale other than a mortgagee shall than a mortgagee, shall pay the asseusmenlu and the legal bees re- Michael Aleksic, Purchasing Skokie, llinois Attention: L 60657; Celia sabel Garcia, by The Condominium Property Adt, pay the assessments required b 765 LCS 605/18.5(q-t). F YOU The Condominium Properly Ac quired by The Condominium Property Act, 765 LCS 605/9(9(h) and W Me(rose, Chicago, L Agent until i 1 :00 am. loca) time ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- 765 LCS 605/18.5(q-1( W YOU on Tuesday, March 5, ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- (g)(4). f this property is a condo Pub: 2121, 28, 3/7/2013 A copy of the BD can be obfamed by Notice is hereby given, pursuant visiting OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON ts-1701)c) OF THE LLNOS MORTGAGE LAW For information, contact Plaintiff's attorney: RANDALL S. MLLER S ASSOCATES, 120 N. LASALLE STREET, SUTE i 140, Chicago, L 60602, (312) Please refer to file number 121L00733-t THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORATON One (C) OF THE LLNOS South Wacker Dnve, 241h Floor, MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE ternational Trade Co., with the Chicago, L (312) 236- TON One South Wacker Dove, LAW. For information, examine he SALE You can also visit The JutSdial Sales Corporation at w'ww.t)sc.c (312) 236-SALE You can also orsit nay: CODLS & ASSOCATES, business located at i 127 Sost, 24th Floor, ChiCago. L court hie or contact Plaintiff's anur- Mannheim Road, Ste. 313, orn for a 7 day status report of The Judicial Sales Corporation at w P.C., t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE Westchester, L The pending sales. RANDALL S. MLL-.tjsc.com for a 7 day status report ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, frue name and residence act- ob pending salea. CODLS & L 60527, (630) Please dress of the owner is: Shyroefa ER & ASSOCATES 120 N LASALLE STREET, SUTE t t40 ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 refer to file number Benbow, 620 S. Madison, Chicago, L (312) NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- 1-finadale. L. Afforney File No, 12lL00733-t Attomey Code, Case Number: (630) Attorney File No. 24th Floor, Chicago, L White, 4009 Jackson Street, 60521, LaToya SUTE too BURR RDGE, L TON One South Wacker Dnve, t2 CH NOTE: Pursuant to Attorney ARDC No, (312( 236.-SALE You can also visit Bellwood, L 60104, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Attorney Cede The Judicial Sales Corporation at w Tammarah Silrnon, 1512 St. Act. you are advised hat Plaintiff's Case Number. 12 CH 025t34 em tjsc corn for a 7 day status report of pending sales. CODLS & Charles Road, Maywood, L. attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attemplins to collect a debt Collection Practices Adt, you are ASSOCATES, P.C. 15W030 NOTE. Pursuant lo the Fair Debt and any inbormallon oblained will be advised that Plaintiff's attorney is NORTH FRONTAGE Pub: 2/21, 28, 317/2013 ROAD, used for that purpose deemed to be a debt collector attempting fo coled a debt and any (630) Asomey File No SUTE too BURR RDGE, L , 2/14, 2/21/13 # information obtained will be used for Attorney ARDC No, Attorney Code t?ose Case Number: 12 CH SAY T N THE CLASSFEDS, 2/7 2/14, 2121/13 # NOTE Pursuant to the Fair Debt CALL 84/ TO To PA(E YOUR GARAGE SALE AD, CA Judicial Sales-Real Est. SKOKE N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- TY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A Plainifi, SAMAN DAVOOD, NADA DAV000 Debendanls 12 CH LOWELL AVENUE SKOXf E. L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN that pursuant fo a Judgment ob Foreclosure MRAN A. AZZ, SAMNA MRAN, DELANE FARM CONDOMNUM ASSOCATON, MORTGAGE ELECTRONC REGSTRATON and Sale enfered in the above cause on December 7, 20t2, an agent ob The Judicial Sales Corpotalion, will al 10:30 AM on March t 1, 201 3, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L, 60606, sell at public auction o he highest bidder, as sel borth below, the following described roui eslafe:commonlv known au 8308 LOWELL AVENUE, SKOKE, L Property ndea No The real estate is improved with a uingle family residence. Sale termo: 25% down ob the highest bid by certified funds at the close of he auction: The balande, including the Judicial sale bee for Abandoned Reuidenfial Property Municipality Relief Fund. which is calculated on residential real estale at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereob of lre amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed in certified funds/or wire rannber, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No bee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residentiul real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, ludgment creditor, or olher honor acguinng the residential real estate 'whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose prior to he sale The Subject property ru sublect to general real estafe tases, special assessments. or special taaes levied againsl said real eslate and is offered or sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS ls condifioo The sale is further sublet 10 conf irmation by he Court, f the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the Sale shall be ent led only to a relum ob the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no burther recourse against the Mortga9or, he Mortgagee or the Mortgagee a alborney. Upon payment in toll of the amount bid. the purchaser will receive a Certificate ob Sale tha will entifln the purchaser o a deed to he real estafe after confirmation of he sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT minium unit which io part ob a dommon interesl community, the pur- TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF chaser of he unit at the foreclosure AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N sale other than a mortgagee shall ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON pay the assessments required by FORECLOSURE t5-t701(c) OF THE LLNOS The Condominium Property Act, MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 765 LCS 605/t8.5(q-t). YOU LAW For information, eoamine the court bile or contact Plaintiff's albornov CODLS & ASSOCATES, P.0, t5w030 NORTH FRONTAGE ROAD, SUTE 100, BURR RDGE, L 60527, (630) Please refer to file number , THE JUDCAL SALES CORPORA- TO PACE YOUR GARAGE SALE AD, (ALL Judicial Sales-Real Est. MORTON GROVE Collection Practices Act, you are N THE CRCUT COURT OF advised haf Plaintiffs anomey is COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUN- deemed to be a debl collector altempting to collect a debt and any Tif DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON informalion obtained will be used for U.S. BANK NATONAL ASSOCA- that purpose. TON, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS OF THE SAM NC., 2.17, 2/14, # BEAR STEARNS ARM TRUST, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTFCATES, SERES Plaintiff, SYSTEMS, NC. Del endan lu 12 CH NAGLE AVENUE UNT #9233 MORTON GROVE, L NOTCE OF SALE PUBLC NO- TCE S HEREBY GVEN tha pursaanl to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on August 30, 2012, an agent ob The J'udicial Sales Corporation, will at 10:30 AM on March 1 1, 201 3, at the The Judicial Sales Corporation, One South Wacker Drive - 24th Floor, CHCAGO, L , sel al public auction fo the highest bidder, as sel forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 9233 NAGLE AVENUE UNT #9233, MORTON GROVE, L Properly nden No The real estate is mproved with a condo/townhouse Sale ternis: 25% down ob he )ughesl bid by certified funds at the Close ob tre auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund. which is calculated on residential real estafe al the rafe of $1 for each $t,000 or fraction thereof ob the amount paid by the purchaser not fo exceed $300, in certified bundslor wire transfer, iv doe within twentyfour (24) hours, No bee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquinng the resictential real estate pursuant to its credrl bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose nghts in and to the residential real estate arose pnor lo the sale. The subject property is sublect to general real estate tases, special assessments, or special tases levied againsl said real estate and is offered for sale withoul any representation as to quality or quanlity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS 1S condition. The sale is further subie-r to confirmation by the court. 1f the sale is set aside for any reason. the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return ob the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgs9or, the ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOME- OWNER), YOU HAVE THE RGHT TO REMAN N POSSESSON FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSON, N ACCORDANCE WTH SECTON TO PLACE A CLASSFED AD, CALL Judicial Sales-Real Est. Adoption LEGAL Assumed Name Auction- Real Estate Bid Notice Divorce Foreclosures Foundation Notices Judicial Sales Mechanics Liens Name Change Probate Public Hearings Public Notices Storage - Legal Take Notices Assumed Name Nofice is hereby given, pursuan fo An Act in relation fo the use of an Assumed Business Name in the conduct or transaction of Business in the Stale, as amended, haf a certification was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of Cook County. File No. D ort the 7th day of February, 2013 under tre Assumed Name of DJ Services with the business located at 144 Morrison S., Mount Prospect, L The true name(s) and residence address of the owner(s) is: Josef Kost rzewa, 144 Morrrson St., Mount Prospod, L Pub: 2/21, 28. 3(7/2013 Nolice is hereby given, pursuant fo An Act in relabion to fhe use of an Assumed Business Name in the conduct or fransacfion of Business in the State," as amended, that a certiticatiort was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of Cook County. File No, D on the 7th day of February, 2013 under the Assumed Name of Esencia Urban Kdchen with the business fo Ar, Act in relation fo the use www,skokie.org. Click on Village Departments, Purchasing, of an Assumed Busineau Name in the conduct or transacfion of Bids & RFP's to download a Business in the Sfafe, as copy. Proposals can also be amended, that a cerf'ificafion was tiled by the undersigned wifh bhe County Clerk of Cook County. File No. D , on Februsty 7, 2013, under the Assumed Name of ibrand Matchmaker n- PLACE YOUR AD NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 Assumed Name Bid Notice ASSUMED NAME Nofice is hereby given, pursuant fo "An Act in relation lo the use of an Assumed Business Name in fhe conduct or transaction of Business in the Sfafe, as amended, that a certification was filed by the undersigned wifh the County Clerk of Cook County. File No.D on Januaty 23, 2013 Under the Assumed Name of Personal Wellness & Fitness wibh the business located at 1817 W. Berwyn, Chicago, L The two name(s) and residence address of the owner(s) is Patrick F. Carpel, at 1817 W. Berwyn, Chicago, L, Pub: 2/7, 2/14, 2/ ASSUMED NAME Notice is hereby given, pursuant to An Act in relation to the use of an Assumed Business Name in the conduct or transaction of Business in the Stafe, as amended, that a certification was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of Cook County. File No. D on Febwary i, Under the Assumed Name of The Euclid Group at 2200 E Devon Ave,, Suife 282, Den Plaines, L The twe name(s) and residence address of fhe owner(s( is: Paul S. Detlefs, 2688 ndependence Ave., Glenview, L 60026, Bwce J. Caris, 1844 Forest Ave., Wilmetfe, L 60091, 217. V14. 2/21/13 # Notice is hereby given. pursuant to An Ad in relation to the use of an Assumed Business Name in the conduct or transaction of Business in the State, as amended, that a certificate was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of Cook County. File No, D on fhe 4th day of February 2013 under the Assumed Name of Financial Solutions Group with the business located at 1908 W Arrnitage Ave 81E, Chicago, L The true name(s) and residence address of the owner(s) is: Robed J. Bettermann, 1908 W. Arniitage Avenue #1 E, Chicago, llinois Pub: 2/ /2013 Bid Notice obfained from the Village of Skokie Purchasing Office al the address shown above. Any bid or proposal submitted unsealed, unsigned, fan f rannmissions or received subsequent fo the aforementioned date and time will be disqualified and returned fo the bidder. The Village of Skokie reserves the right fo reject any and all bids or parts thereof, to waive any irregularities or infomialities in bidding procedures and lo award the contract in a manner best serving the interest of the Village. Skokie Village Hall is a fully accessible building. Persons requiring asaistance should contract the Purchasing Office at or 'FlY Michael Aleksic Purchasing Agent Village of Skokie Pub: 2/21/2013 To PACE A CLASSFED AD (AU OR VlST PONEERO(AL.(OM/UASSF(DS BD NOTCE The Board of Education ob Ridgewood High School District 234 is receiving bids for Asbeatos Abatement. A pro-bid meetng will be held on Wednesday, Febwary 27, 2013, af 3:30 pm. al Ridgewood Hi9h School. Bids shall be submitted to Ms. Cheryl F)inn. Business Manager, Ridgewood High Schoo) Dis- 1,1cl 234, 7500 W. Monfrose Ave., Norridge. L by 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 7, Sincerely, Cheryl L. Flinn Business Manager Pub: 2121/ Auction- Real Estate 73 HND MORE LOCAL JOBS AT PONEEROCAL(OONSTER Auction- Real Estate U-HAUL STORAGE AUCTON Westside NOTCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LLiNOiS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH 301, ET, SEO Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, U-HAUL Aucfioneer, Esecutve Admtnislrator, Storage Clerk for U-Haul Co. North Shore chicago will be otfenng for sale under the Judicia) Loin process, by public auction, he following storage units. The goods to be sold are generally described as household goods. The terms of the sale will be cash only. U-Haul Co. of North Shore Chicago reserves the nght to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be at the following location, 1700 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, L and will be at or aher 1:00pm and continue day by day unti) all units are sold. Geraldine Katovich- 120 W Madison Apt 608, Chicago, L Unit Al 14- Chairs, Boxes & Misc, tems Yolanda Hams- 593 Plum Grove, Rouelle, L Unit Toys, Bed Frame, TV, Totes & Misc, tems Richard Williams N Luna, Chicago, L Unit A132- Weights, Stove, Microwave, Dresser & Bed Vera Ahmad Grove Ave, Chicago, L Unit B136- TV, Furniture, Bed, Boses & Misc. tems Rochelle Snowden- 701 N Harding Ave, Chicago, L Unit B146- A/C unit, Shelf, Chair, T.V & Misc. tems Sharon Shoulders N Nagle Apt 1, Chicago, L Unit AA2545S- Bags & Boses Vannesa Duprey W Barry Ave BSMT, Chicago, L Unit A163- Bed. Sofa, Chairs, Boses & Misc. tems 2/21, 2128/13 # U-HAUL STORAGE AUCTON Lincoln Park NOTCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LLNOS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH3O1, ET. SEO Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, U-HAUL Ajctioneer, Esecutive Administrator, Storage Clerk tor U-Haul Co. North Shore Chicago will be offenng tor sale under the Judicial Loin process, by public auction, the following storage unis, The goods to be sold are generally described as houuehold goods. The faons of the sale will be cash only. U-Haul Co. of North Shore Chicago reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be at the following location W Fullerton Ave. Chicago, L and will be at or after 5:00pm and continue day by day until all units are sold. Gloria Ziemann N lavergne, Chicago, L Un'il C191- Boses & Misc. tems Taryn Cardin- Winfield. L Unit F146- Sofa, Love Seat & Table Andrea Pepper Colquift St Apt4, Houston, TX Unit G335- Chair, Table, Benes & Misc. tems Lamar Underwood W Warren, Chicago, L Unit F377- Luggage, Chairs, Totes, Stools & Misc, tems Paul Ozarowski Howard St, Skokie, L Unit F401 - Records, Speaker & Boses Paul Ozarowski Howard St, Skokie, L Unit F205- Electronics, Shelf, Boxes & Misc, tems Paul Ozarowski Howard St, Skokie, L Unit F184- Crates, Boxes & Misc, tems Paul Ozarowski Howard St, Skokie, L Unit Fi 56- File Cabinet, Chairs, Bags, Boses & Misc. tems Paul Ozarowski Howard St, Skokie, L Unit G338- Mirror, Shelf, Doily & Misc. tems Adnenne Stannley E 47th St Apt 702, Chicago, L Unit F171- Chairs, Shelf & Misc. tems Jonathan Christian Bowers W Fullerton, Chicago, L Unit EMS- Mattress, Chair, TV, Lamp & Boo Michael Peterson- 33 W Ontario Sb Unit C, Chicago, L Unit C195- Tools, Totes & Misc. tems Tameka Smith S Vernon St, Chicago, L Unit H208- Luggage, Totes, Boxes & Bags Kimberly Paplaczyk- 500 W Superior St, Chicago, L Unit D179- Night Table, Dresser, Mattress, Boxes & Misc. tems Rodney Dugan- 135 N Ashland, Chicago, L, Unit G128- Speakers, Bicycles, Table, Voses & Misc. tems Tony Messina N Orole, Hardwood Heights, L Unit F383- Misc. 'items Gabrielle Ellen S Normal Blvd Apt 3N, Chicago, L Unit D235- Totes, Bags & Misc. tems Marco Gonzalez ST Jacques, Toronto, T H3COE Unit G387- Misc. teme 2/21,2t28/13 #
126 74 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2013 Auction- Real Estate Auction- Real Estate U-HAUL STORAGE AUC11ON UpTown NOTiCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LUNOS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH 301, ET. SEO Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, U-HAUL AuctiOner, Executive Administrator, Storage Clerk for U-Haul Co. North Shore Chicago will be offenng for sale under the Judicial Lein process, by public auction, the following storage units. The goods to be sold are generally described as household goods. The terms of the sale will be cash oniy. U-Haul Co. of North Shore Chicago reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be at the following location, 4055 N Broadway N Chicago, L and will be at or after 4:00pm and continue day by day until all units are sold. Latrina Nobles N Milwaukee Apt#1705, Chicago, L Unit 105- Books, Totes, Shoes. Bags & Misc. tems Jennifer Simmons N Ashland, Chicago, L Unit 200- Chairs, Shelf, Sofa & Table Francis Saucedo W Fulton, Chicago, L Unit 134- Crates, Chairs, Shelf, Totes & Misc. tems Cao Young- 907 W Argyle Apt# 307, Chicago, L Unit 212- Sofa, Microwave, Stroller, Boses & Misc. tems Geradine Sykes N Winthrop,Chicago, L Unit 155- Totes, Bags & Boses 2/21, 2/26/13 # U-HAUL STORAGE AUCTON Fortress NOTCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LUNOS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH 301, ET. SEQ Notice is hereby given that on Msrch 7, 2013, U-HAUL Auctiorreer, Esecutive Administrator, Storage Clerk for U-Haul Co. North Shore Chicago will be offering for sale under the Judidal Lain process. by public auction, the following storage units. The goods to be sold are generalty described as household goods. The terms of the sale will be cash only. U-Haul Co. 01 North Shore Chicago reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be at the following location, 4100 w. Fullerton Ave, Chicago L and will be at or after 1:45pm and continue day by day until all units are sold. Mayra Diaz N Kostner Fl 2, Chicago, L Unit Totes & Bags Joshua Thomas W Cullon, St, Chicago, L Und Mattress & Box Spring, Tabla. Toolbox, Cabinets, Chairs & Boxes. Sade Lewis W Lyndale Apt# 3E, Chicago, L Unit Bags Shenne Howell N Ridge, Chicago, L Unit Lamps, Totes, Stools, Bags & Misc. tems Rosa Moreno N Montecello Apt B, Chicago, L Unit Love Seat, Sofa, Chairs, A/C unit, Bed Frame, Dresser, Bags & Misc. tems GlOria Vazquez N St. Louis Ave, Chicago, L Unit Chair, Cooler, Shovel, Totes, Boxes & Misc. tems Ramonita Cruz N Lawndale Ave, Chicago, L Unit Totes, Clothing, Box Spring & Misc. tems Luis Perez W Fullerton, Chicago, L Unit Chester, Dresser, Mirror & Bags Lome House Drexal Ave, Chicago, L, Unit Weights, Bags & Boses Nicholas Graf N Milwaukee Ave Apt#201, Chicago, L Unit Fire place, Desk, Chairs, Shelf, Boxes S TVs.-4eil Paxton Westmore Ave. Lombard, L Unit Globes, Clothing. Chairs, Mattress & Table Tracy Gola S Dearbom, Chicago, L Unit Wooden Fumiture & Rug Angelic Machado Bayou Boardwalk Apt#307, Largogo, FL Unit Treadmill, Boxes, Tools, Totes & Misc. tems Edar Duarte Santos W rving Park, Chicago, L Unit Ladder, Bags, Doghouse & Misc. tems Monica Franco W Beach, Chicago, L Unit Luggage, Toys, Heed board & Box Ruben Martinez N troy, Chicago, L Unit Bicycle, A/C unit, Lamp, Grill, Table, Boses & Misc. tems Delia Serrano Kenilworth, Bern, L Unit Refrigerator. Chair, Clothing, Dresser, Boxes & Misc. tems Delia Espinoza Clarence, Berwyn, L Unit TV, Microwave, Tires, Bicycles, Basketball Rim, Boxes & Misc. tems Zakera Young W Washington, Chicago, L Unit Toys, Stroller, Toddlers Bed, Bags & Misc. tems Elvin Vida W Schubert, Chicago, L k)red Boxes, Table, Totes, Toys & Misc. tems Lydia Davila- Chicago, L Unit Barrow, Totes, Boxes & Misc. tems Angel Hemandez Grove Ave, Chicago, L Unit Generator & Restaurant Equipment Velma Russell- i 052 S May/lad, Chicago, L Unit Table, Box Spnngs & Misc. tems Tabittra Allen N Lockwood Ave Apt 3, Chicago, Unit RVO1 1- Oldsmobile 2/21,2/28/13 # Find the Ck1ourDreams todíive.com Visit ToDrive.com L, NL Bid Notice ADVERTiSEMENT FOR BD The Board of Education, Skokie School District 68, 9440 Kenton Avenue, Skokie, L will receive sealed bids for: 2013 Summer Critical Work The Bid Opening will be on Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 at 2:00 P.M., at the Skokie School District 68 Administration Build' ing Kenton Avenue, Skokie, L At this time the Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. A Bid Security of 10v/o of the Bid is required with the proposal. The Contractor must pay the Prevailing Wage Rates tor all work per llinoix Law. Bidders must be pre-qualitied by Nicholas & Associates, nci NEPCO and approved by the Owner. Bidders are required to have submitted an AA 305- Contractors Qualification statement to the offices of Nicholas & Associates, nc./nepco, nc., 1001 Feehanville Dnve, Mount Prospect, llinois prior to submitting a bid. There will be a Pre-Bid Meeting tor all interested bidders. Any bidders submittin9 s bid on this project are required to attend this meeting Location and time are as follows: Location: Skokie School District 68 Administration Building, 9440 Kenton Avenue, Skokie, L Date: Monday, February 25th, 2013 Time: 2:00 PM The Owner reserves the right to relect any or all Bids, to waive irregularities in the bidding procedure, or accept the Bid that in its opinion will serve its best interest. Any such decaion shall be considered final. The Owner reserves the right to set aside a Bid from a Contractor who, in the Owners opinion, does not exhibit past experience equal to the sìze and scope of this projact. The bidder shall have a written sexual harassment policy in place in full compliance with Section of the llinois Human Rights Act. Obtain Bidding Documents (maximum 3 sets) after February 20th, 2013 at: Nicholas & Associates, nc.nepco 1001 Feehanville Drive Mt Prospect, llinois A refundable deposit for the drawings and specifications of S per sel is required. All questions xhould be directed to: Nicholas & Associates, nc. - Ph Fax Nick Papanicholas, Jr. - nicholasquality.com Pub:2f21/ Foreclosures N ThE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS COUNTY DEPARTMENT - CHANCERY DVSON SOUTHPORT BANK v.davd A. CARTER, AURELA W. CARTER, ALL NON-RECORD CLAMANTS, UNKNOWN CLAMANTS and UNKNOWN OWNERS,D efendants. No CH Pursuant to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act you are advised that this finn ix a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information obtamed will be used for that purpose. 400 E. 90th Street Chicago, llinois PN: NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE BY PUBLCATON The requisite Affidavit for Publication having been tiled, notice is hereby given, all Non-Record Claimants, all Unknown Claimants and all Unknown Owners, Defendants in the aboveentitled cause, that the aboveentitled Mortgage Foreclosure action was filed on January 16, 2013 and is now pending. Bid Notice Bid Notice LLNOS DSASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM NOTCE TO BDDERS The State ot llinois (STATE) through its Program Administrator, the tllinois Disaster Recoveri Program (DAP) seeks to solicd bids fron, Contractors for the rehabilitation of homes in Skokie, llinois located in Cook County, and will receive sealed bids at the DRP Office at 427 E. Monroe, Ste. 200, Springfield, L until 2:00 p.m. on March 21, 2013 (Submission Deadline). All bids must be addressed to Nancy Lesakowski and be clearly marked with the following: PROJECT it DRP HOUSNG REPAR/REHABLTATON AND RECONSTRUCTON PRO- GRAM" The mission of the DRP is to provide financial assistance through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funding to low- and moderate-income homeowners for the purpose of rehabilitating homes damaged by Hurricane ke in The Documents pertaining to the Bid can be found on STATE's website: merce state. il. us/dceo/bureaus/community D evelopmenticdbg+disaster+recovery+programs/ike.htm Please call ii you would like to receive the documents via mail. A MANDATORY pre-bid conference will be held at the following date, time and location: Date: Tuesday March 5, 2013 Time: 1 PM Location: Skokie Village Hall, Council Chambers, 5127 Oakton St., Skokie, llinois. A MANDATORY walk-through of each home will be conducted the day after the pre-bid conference, nformation on the walkthroughs will be provided at the pre-bid conference. All questions must be submitted in writing no later than 24 hours before the pre-bid conference. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations should contact the DRP Oftice at at least two (2) days prior to the pre-bid conference. Any questions regarding bid procedures or Program questions should be addressed to Nancy Lesakowski, Housing Program Manager, in writing to the DRP Office address shown above or via at The Successful Bidder must furnish 100 percent Performance bond and a 100 percent payment bond, for each property, with a surety company acceptable to DRP. A firm fixed-price contract award will be made in writing to the lowest and responsive bidder. Attention is called to the fact that not less than minimum salaries and wages as set forth in the Contract Documents must be paid on this prolect and the Contractor must ensure that employees and applicants tom employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. DRP reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to award the contract as it deems to be in the best interest of DRP. Pub: 2/21/ Find the CAR ofyo ir tod V&Eom J 'J search for new and used cars You've never searched for cars like this before. Visit ToDrive.com BROUGHTTO YOUBY SUN EDA Foreclosures 1. The names of all Plaintiffs and the Case Number are dentified above. The Court in which this action was brought is identified above. The names of the tilleholders of record are David A. Carter and Aurelia W. Carter. A legal description of the real estate sufficient to identify it with reasonable certainty is as follows: LOT 48 N BLOCK 37 N SE. GROSS SUBDVSON OF BLOCKS 27 TO 42 N DAU- PHN PARK ADDTON, A SUB- DVSON OF THE WEST HALF OF THE NORTH EAST QUAR- TER OF SECTON 3, TOWN- SHP 37 NORTH, RANGE 14, EAST OF THE THRD PRNC- PAL MERDAN, N COOK COUNTY, LLNOS. A common address or description of the location of the real estate is as follows: 400 E. 90th Street, Chicago, llinois An identification ot the Mortgages sought to be foreclosed is as follows: Names of Morigagors: David A. Carter and Aurelia W. Carter Name of Mortgagee: Southport Bank C. Date of Mortgage. June 4, 2011 Date of Recording: August to, 2011 County Where Recorded: Cook County, llinois t. Recording Document dentification: Name of Mortgagors. David A. Carter and Aurelia W Carter Name of Mortgagee: Southport Bank Date of Mortgage: June 4, 2011 Date of Recording: August 10, 2011 County Where Recorded: Cook County, llinois Recording Document dentification: NOW, THEREFORE, unless all Noci-Record Claimants, all Unknown Claimants and all Unknown Owners and Defendants, tile your answer to the Domplaint for Foreclosure in this cause or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the Circuit Court of Cook County, llinois, 50 W. Washington St., Room 802. Chicago, llinois 60602, on or before March 21, 2013, default may be entered against each of you at any time after that day and a Judgment for Foreclosure may be entered in accordance with the prayer of the Complaint for Foreclosure. David Omm Circuit Clerk Scott J. Gartner Jolyn R. Heun Gartner Law Offices, nc 155 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 540 Chicago, llinois Firm No Pub 2/ /2013 Mechanics Liens PUBLC LEN SALE Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, a sale will be held at: Mr. D's Towing & Auto Sales, 300 E. 69th St., CHCA- GO, L to sell the following articles to enforce a lien existing under the laws of the State of llinois against such amtides for labor, services, skill or rnatenal expended upon a storage furnished for such articles at the request of the following designated persons, unless such articles are redeemed within thirty (30) days of the publication of this notice. Name of Pesson: Jeanelte Harris & Westlake Financial Service Vehicles: 2004 Lexus RX330 VN #JTJHA31 V Amount of Lien: $ /'7, 2/14, 2/21/13 # ro PLACE A CLASSFED AD, CALE OR VS T PON [ER LOCALCOM/CLASSFEDS Probate Cook County Probate Claim Notce State of llnois n The Circuit Court of Cook County, llinois Probate Dvison n the matter of the estate of NCK FCARELLA (Deceased) Case No P Publcation Notce Notice is hereby given of the death of NCK FCARELLA Of (City & State) BARTLETT, tlll- NO/S Letters of office were issued on JANUARY 29, 2013 sued on Januari 31, 2013 to John Blm, Coquille Drive, Franktort, L 60423, whose attomey is Robert J. Ross, Atty. Code 50254, 1622 W Colonial To (Name & Address) CHARA Parkway, Suite 201, nverness, MARSCO, 173 PRMROSE llinois LANE, BARTLEU, L Claims against the estate may Whose attomey is (nc. phone be tiled in the office of the Clerk C) VNCENT SANSONEl of the Circuit Court in Room 5521 N. CUMBERLAND, 1202, Richard J. Daley Center, #1109, CHCAGO. L Chicago, llinois or with the representative, or both, on Claims against the estate may or before August 14, 2013 be filed in the office of the Clerk which date is not less than 6 of the Circuit Court in Room months from the date of the first 1202, Richard J Daley Center, publication of this notice and Chicago, llinois or with any claim not filed within that the representative, or both. on period is barred. Copies of this or before August 21, 2013 claim filed with the Clerk must which date is not less than 6 be mailed or delivered to the months from the date of the first representatve and to the attornay publication of this within 10 days aftem it notice and is any claim not filed within that period is barred. Copies of any clairs filed with the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attornay within 1 0 days after it has been filed, Signature of Attorney VNCENT SANSONTT Pub: 2121, 2,/28 317/ state o llinois n The Crcuit Court of Cook County. llnois Probate Dvision n the matter of the estate of Wladislaw Sieczka (Deceased) Caes No P PUBLCATON NOTCE Notice is hereby given of the death of Wladislaw Sieczka of L. Letters of office were issued on January 10, 2013 to Jemzy Kumzatkowski, whose attorney s Eugene Klein, 5440 N. Cumberland Ave., Ste 150, Chicago. L (773) Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Room 1202, Richard J Daley Center, Chicago, llinois or with the representative, or both, on or before August 14, 2013, which date is not less than 6 months from the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim not tiled within that period is barred. Copies of this claim filed with the Clerk must be maìled 0m delivered to the representative and to the attornay within 10 days after 'it has been filed. /5/ Eugene E. Klein Attorney Pub:2114, 21, 28/ FND MORE LOCAL JOBS AT PON[ERLO(ALCOM/AONSTFR Probate STATE OF LLNOS N THE CRCUT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, LLNOS PROBATE DVSON n the matter of the estate of Dorothy J. Biro, Deceased Case No P6734 NOTCE Notice is given of the death of Dorothy J. Bimo of Palatine, llinois. Letters of office were is- filed. /s/john Biro, Executor /s/robert J. Ross, Attorney Pub:2/ /2013 Public Notices PUBLC NOTCE f you live in Niles Township and have a child in grades K-8 who is home-schooled or attends a private school and you are concerned about their educational growth and developmenl, please contact Niles Township Distnct for Special Education, Tarin Kendrick, Esecutive Director. PH: , 8701 Menard, Morton Grove, L Pub: Public Hearings LEGAL NOTCE NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place, Park Ridge, llinois, when the following matter will be considered: Zoning Case Number SU-13-01: Application by South Park Church, for a special use to allow an addition to a place of worship, including any esceplions that may be requested, m accordance with the requiremonts of Sections 4.6 of tre Zoning Ordinance of the City of Park Ridge. at the following property, commonly known as: 1330 Courtland Avenue, Park Ridge, L All persons interested in the above described matter are inmed to attend and will be heard. The case tile for this matter is available for review in the Departmnent of Community Preservafion and Development in City Hall Alfredo Marm, Chairman Planning and Zoning Commission Pub: 2)21/2013 LEGAL NOTCE NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that a public heanng will be held on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, at 7:00 p.m before the Planning and Zoning Commission in the City Council Chambers of Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place, Park Ridge. llinois, when the following matter will be considered: ZONNG CASE NUMBERS: P : Application by Orchamd Developmenl Group, nc., for a special use for a planned development review tom a stage 1 development plan tom a multi-family residential project, and any excaptions as may be requested as part of this application, at the
127 Public Notices Public Notices SKOKE PARK DSTRCT ALTERNATE BONDS PUBLC NOTCE Please take notice that on Februaiy , the Board ot Park Commissioners ot the Skokie Park Distnct adopted the within pubhshed ordinance entted: Ordinance Authorizing the ssuance of $ Generai Obligation Alternate Bonds ot the Skokie Park District for the Purpose of Financing Capital mprovernents tor Park Purposes. The revenue sources that will be used to pay the bonds authonzed by said ordinance are recreation program tees, tacilities tees, and all 0ther rentals, permits and tees imposed by the District. f the revenue sources are insufficient, then ad valorem property taxes may be extended tor collection to pay the bonds authorized by said ordinance. The specific number of voters required to sign a petition asking that the question of issuing general obligation alternate bonds under the provisions ot the Local Government Debt Retorm Act tor capital improvements tor park purposes, as provided in the ordinance, be submitted to the electors of the District is Such a petition must be tiled in the office of the Secretaiy of the District within 30 days after the date of publication of the ordinance and this notice. f a petition is tiled, the referendum with respect to such ordinance will be held on March 18, /51 John V. Ohrlund, Secretary Skokie Park District ORDNANCE NO ORDNANCE AUTHORZNG THE SSUANCE OF $2000,000 GENERAL OBLGATON ALTERNATE BONDS OF THE SKOKE PARK DSTRCT FOR T-lE PURPOSE OF FNANCNG CAPTAL MPROVEMENTS FOR PARK PUR- POSES BE T ORDANED BY THE BOARD OF PARK COM- MSSONERS OF THE SKOKE PARK DSTRCT, AS FOL- LOWS: Section 1. Authority and Purpose. This ordinance is adopted pursuant o The Park District Code, 70 llinois Compiled Statutes 1205, and the Local Government Debt Reform Act. 30 llinois Compiled Statutes 350, tor the purpose of financing the following purposes (herein called the Project"): 1. Various park and playground improvements, at an estimated cost of $190, Skatium Studio Rink replacement, at an estimated cost of $850,000. Replacement of vehicles and equipment, at an estimated cost of $610,000 Skokie Parh Tennis Center renovation, at an estimated cost of $300, Consultant fees and issuance costs, at an estimated cost of $50,000. Section 2. Authorzation of Bonds, To meet part of the $2,000,000 estimated total cost of the Project, including the cost of issuance of the bonds herein authorized and provision for capitalized interest on bonds and bond reserve tunds, all as permitted under the Local Government Debt Reform Act, the District is hereby authorized to issue general obligation bonds of the District (the "Bonds( in one or more series and n the maximum aggregate original principal amount of $2,000,000. The Bonds shall Constitute "Alternate Bonds" under Section 15 of the Local Government Debt Reform Act. lt s anticipated that all or a portion of the Bonds will be issued as capital appreciation bonds, each bearing interest cornpounded semiannually and payable only on the maturity date of the bond. Section 3. Genera Obligatons, The full faith and credit of the District are hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the pnncipal of and interest on the Bonds. The Bonds shall be direct and general obligations of the District, and the District shall be obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon all the taxable property in the District for the payment of the Bonds and the interest thereon, without limitation as to rate or amount. Section 4. Alternate Revenue Source. The Bonds shall be payable from recreation program fees, facilities fees, and all other rentals, permits and fees imposed by the District (colleclively, the "User Fees"(. The User Fees are not limited in their purpose or application and constitute a "Revenue Source" within the meaning of Section 15 of the Local Government Debt Reform Act All User Fees of the Distnct are hereby pledged for the payment of the Bonds. The Board of Park Commissioners covenants to provide tor, collect and apply such User Fees to the payment of the Bonds and the provision of not less than arr additional.25 times the annual debt service on the Bonds. Section 5. Supplemental Proceedings. lt no petition meetng the requirements specified in Section 15 of the Local Goyernment Debt Reform Act is filed during the applicable petition period, then the Board of Park Commissioners may adopt additional ordinances and proceedings supplementing or amend- ng this ordinance so long as the maximum amount of Bonds herein authorized is not exceeded and there ix no material change in the Project and the purpose described in this ortinance. Such additional ordinances or proceedings shall in all instances become effective immediately without publication or posting or any further act or requirement. Section 6. Publcation. This ordinance shall be published in the "Skokie Review, a newspaper of general circulation in the District. The publication of this ordinance shall be accompanied by the publication of the notice required by Section 15 of the Local Government Debt Reform Act. For a period of 30 days after such publication. a petition may be filed with the Secretary of the District signed by electors numbering the 9reater of (i) 7.5 i of the registered voters in the District or (ii) 200 of those registered voters or 15% of those registered voters, whichever is less, asking that the issuance of the Bonds be submitted to referendum, lt no petition is filed within such 30 day period, then the Bonds shall be authorized to be issued. Secton 7. Effectve Dale. This ordinance shall take effect in the manner provided by law Pub: 2/21t2013 # t4.com Public Hearings following properly, in accordasce with Section 5.6 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Park Ridge: LOT i N REGEN- CY df PARK RDGE RESUBDVSON, BENG A RESUBDVSON OF PART OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER AND OF LOT 2 N HETNZ'S COLO- NAL PLAZA RESUBDVSON N SAD EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER, ALL N SECTON 26, TOWNSHP 41 NORTH, RANGE 12 EAST OF THE THRD PRNCPAL MERDAN, ACCORDNG TO T-fE PLAT RECORDED DE- CEMBER 6, 2007 AS DOCU- MENT NUMBER N COOK COUNTY, LLNOS. The property is commonl known as: Noii Northwest Highway All persons interested in titre above described matter are invited to attend and will be heard. The case he for this matter is available for review in the Department of Community Preservatios and Development in City Hall. Alfredo Marr, Chairman Planning and Zoning Commission Pub: 2/21/2013 Ad LEGAL NOTCE NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place, Park Ridge, llinois, when the following matter will be considered: Zoning Case Number TA-13-01: Application is by Park Ridge Park Distnct for text amendments to Section 12, Table 9 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Park Ridge, regarding open space parking requirements, in accordance with the requirements of Section 4.8 (Zoning Amendment) of the Zoning Ordinance. All persons interested in the above descnbed matter are nvited to attend and will be heard. The case file for this matter is available for review in the Department of Community Preservation and Development at City Hall. Alfredo Marr, Chairman Planning and Zoning Commission Pub:2/28/ To PA([ A CLASSFED AD, CA Storage - Legal NOTCE OF AUCTON Life Storage Centers of Hermosa will hold a public sale o entorne a lien imposed on said property, as described below, pursuant to the ltisois property, as described below, Self-Service Sloraqe Facility pursuant to the llinois Selfproperty, Act, llinois Code 770 LOS 95/1 to Service Storage Facility Act, 9517, at 4:00 PM on Monday March nais Code 770 LCS 95/1 ll i- to i t, 2013 at Life Storage Centers of 95/7, at 11:00 AM on Thursday, Hermosa, 4500 W. Grand Ave. Chicaso, L 60639, Phone number is March 14th, 2013, at Lite Storage Centers of Rogers Park Management reserves the nght to withdraw any unit from sale. Re9istered or motor vehicles are sold As s/parts Only" so tides or registration. Unit Tenant Name 271 Vincent Walton 688 George Jones 156 Gildardo Gonzalez 174 Mana A. Gandara 089 Jacassa C Oliver 132 Maritza Jauregsi 008 Gonzalo Calzada 385 Dolores Nals t08 Ruta Tamosiuniene 436 Lisa Thigpen 442 Claudia Lasoya 710 Joseph Granville 555 Dosnie Taylor 183 Sabrina Crawford 050 Carolina Vargas 2121/13, 2128/13 #50727f Notice is hereby given that pursuant to llinois Self-Storage Facilities Act, a sale will be held on March 13th, :00 AM., at LiteStorage Centers of Elgin, 450 Airport Rd, Elgin, L (847) The contents of the below spaces will be sold at a public sale for cash, credit card or certified funds. lt there is no market value or no bids received, the goods will be otherwise disposed of. Brandon Kitchen Unit #234 Barbara Fischer Unit #288 Barbara Fischer Unit #291 Adrian Hernandez Und #319 Diana Quesada Unit #406 Laura Alarcon Unit #662 Pub: 2121 & 2/28/ NOTCE OF AUCTON Lite Storage Centers of Morton Grove will hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on said properly, as described below, pursuant to the llinois Seit- Service Storage Facility Act llinoix Code 770 LCS 95/1 to 95/7, at 1:00 PM on Thursday, March 14th, 2013, at LiteStorage Centers of Morton Grove, 6505 West Oakton Street, Morton Grove, llinois, 60053, Management reserves the right lo withdraw any unit from sale. Registered or motor vehicles are sold "As s Parts Only," no titles or registration. Tenant Name Unit # James Hoffman 1333 Cynthia Hoffman 1368 Marsha Martin 1342 JefferyOrtmann 1231 Jeffery Ortmarin 1237 Robert P. Rome 1619 Bruce Watson i 587 Paul Pacelli 1267 Belcion Health Care 1157 Panagiofes flaralambopoulos 1265 Pub:2121, 2/28/ To PLACE A HELP WANTED AD N THE (LASSF)EDS, (ALL LEGAL NOTCE OF PUBLC HEARNG Skokie Plan Commission, Thursday, March 21, 2013, Village of Skokie, 5127 Oaklon Street, Skokie, llinois 60077, at 7:30 P.M., to consider the following: NEW ACTON TAKEN P - Parking Determination: Mid Moving and Storage Mid Moving and Storage, requests a parking determination for truck and freight transportation services to be located at 5115 Church Street # P - Special Use Permft: 5115 Church Street #114 Church Street Properties LLC, on behalf of Mid Moving and Storage, requests a special use permit for truck and freight transportation services in an M2 Light ndustry district and any relief that may be discovered during the review of this case- FOR YOUR NFORMATON: Plans and related documents are available at the Village's Community Development Department, Planning Division, (847) Monday through Fnday, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. SPECAL AD: Available upon request for the disabled. Call )847) or TDD (847) nterested parties are invited to attend this meeting. This notice is for information purposes only. Published in the Skokie Review on February 21, Paul Luke, Chairman Pub: Storage - Legal Life Storage Centers of Rogers Park wit hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on said 7524 N. Paulina St. Chicago, mois, (773) Management reserves the right to withdraw any unit from sale. Registered or motor vehicles are sold "As s / Parts Only," no titles or registration. Tenant Name: Unit # Martin Anthony Novotny 012 Saundra Hale 102 Christine D. Sanders 113 Johnel Washington 114 Mia Davis 125 Stephanie Wynn 127 Ashli Serrano 166 Shunta Nash 177 David Hubert 209 Mark Fitgerald 258 Leisa Hardwick 314 Meryl Sherman 350 Merlene Tillis 361 Wyvetla A. Westbrook 431 Comel Gorahm 450 Mary-Ann Pilet 477 Marilio Mendoza 528 Titilayo Shitla 536 Danyel Cecil Martin 540 Sam Winchester 543 Marie Ferguson 586 Steven Ellis 665, 708 Anthony Waite 666 Nicole Watts 693 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, Storage - Legal Storage - Legal Storage - Legal Michael McCarthy 706 Attreda Phillips 735 Martin Anthony Novotny 800, 802, 804 Jeffrey Smith 807 Dale Forbes 823 Sandra Flannigan 843 Carol White 857 Theodore Thomas 864 Pub: 2/21, 2/28/ Lite Storage Centers of South Loop will hold a public sale fo enforce a lien imposed on said sale to enforce a lien imposed on said property, as described below, pursuant to tire llinois Self-Service Storage Facili property, as described below, Act, llinois Code 770 LC 95/1 to 9517, at 12:00 PM on pursuant to the llinois Self- Monday. March, 11, 2013, at Service Storage Facility Act, llinais Code 770 LCS 95/1 to Management reserves the nghl io Wngleyvrlle, 3323 West Addison Lite Storage Centers of 95/7, at 10:00 AM on Fnday, withdraw any unit troni sale. Revistered or motor vehicles are sold As Street, Chicago, llinois, March 15, 2013 at Lite Storage Management reserves the right Centers of the South Loop, s/parts Only," no lities or registralion to withdraw any unit from sale S. State St. Chicago, L Name Unit Registered or motor vehicles are sold "As s Parts Only." no titles or registration Chiquita M Carroll Management reserves the right StesesHubbard s Parts 94 Only," no titles or registration. to withdraw any unit from sale. JuvannaNJohnsos 82 Registered or motor vehicles are sold "As Charles Miller Toquesa M Murry David A, Pagan 89 & Tenant Name Unft# Tenant Name Unit it KeishaJones 162 Keisha Jones Keisha Jones i 94 Melany Leflore 1058 Nat Assn Mobile Home Pk Res Billy Lou 150 Tamela Collins-Cole 2013 George Cuevas 2022 Vincent Winn 2181 Catherine Shields 3130 Edwin Mason 3144 U-HAUL STORAGE AUCTON Portage NOTCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LLNOS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH 301, ET, SEQ Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, U-HAUL Auctioneer, Executive Administrator, Storage Clerk for U-Haut Co. North Shore Chicago will be offering for sale under the Judicial Lein process, by public auction, the following storage units. The goods to be sold are generally described as household goods. The terms ot the sale will be cash only. U-Haul Co. of North Shore Chicago reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be al the following location, 4301 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, L and will be at or after 12:00pm arid continue day by day until all units are sold. Bonnie Davison N Lovejoy, Chicago, L Unit A107- Furniture, Boses, Bags & Misc. tems Ruben Santiago W Belmont, Chicago, L Unit Bones, Matlress, Bou Spring & Misc. tems Ruben Santiago Belmont, Chicago, L Unit B301- Luggage, Totes, Bags & Misc. tems Amilly McGee S Marshfield Ave, Chicago, L Unit Bi i 6- Luggage, Totes, Bag & Misc. tems Jannette Berìiquez W Berteau, Chicago, L B133- Bags, Totes, TV, & Misc. lems Nicole Lopez N Parkside. Chicago, L Unit B331- Shelf, Clothing, Sofa & Misc. tems Lateefah Allen- 124 N Long, Chicago, L Unit B364- Mattress, TV, Bags, Boses & Misc, tems Witfredo Montanez W Montrose, Chicago, L Unit B402- Tools, Sofa, Bags, Boses & Bed 2/21, 2/28/1 3 # U-HAUL STORAGE AUCTON Moron Grove NOTCE OF SALE UNDER THE SELF STORAGE FACLTY ACT, LLNOS REVSE STATUTES, CHAPTER 114, PARAGRAPH 301, ET. SEQ Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2013, U-HAUL Auctioneer, Executive Administrator, Storage Clerk for U-Haul Co. North Shore Chcago will be offering for sale under the Judicial Lein process, by public auction, the following storage units. The goods to be sold are generally described as household goods. The ternis of the sale will be cash only. U-Haul Co. of North Shore Chicago reserves the nght to refuse any and all bids. The sales will be at the following location, 9009 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove, L and will be at or aher 1 1 :2Oam and continue day by day until all units are sold. Victor White W Columbia Ave, Chicago, L Unit 148- Luggage, Boxes & Bags Matt Maloney W Higgins RD, Rosemont, L Unit 164- Chairs, Armorer, Totes & Misc. tems Matt Maloney W Higgins RD. Rosemont, L Unit 464- Dresser, Buffet, Chairs & Table Cipriana Williams Berrypatch, Anchorage, AK Unit 180- Lawn Mower, Totes, Boxes A Misc. tems Patrcia Stawiery- 315 Main St, Glenview, L Unit 358- Stereo, Dresser, Chair, Mattress, Boses & Misc. tems Vurtis Williams- 315 Muskel Ridge Dr, Sun Prane, W Unit 209- Misc. tems Aluna Hinley Williamsburg Cf. Apt 201, Glenview, L Und AA2569S- Table, Chair, Totes, Boses & Misc. tems Glen Jasper S Spencer Ave, Berkeley, L Unit AA2382A- Bicycle, Sofa, Love Seat & Chair Gil Perez- 440 N McClurrg CT, Apt 10002, Chicago, L Unit Toles, Boxes, Shelf 6 Table 2/21, V28/13 # KevinJones 3191 Tischa Thomas 4048 Thomas Agnew 4056 Leterrance Mitchell 4125 Wauniece Cole 5080 Pub:2121, LdeStoraqe Centers of Humboldt Park will Thold a pubiic sale lo eritorce a lien imposed os said property, as descnbed below, pursuant lo the llinois Self -Service Storage Facility Act, llinois Code 770 LCS 95/1 to 95/7, at 2:00 PM on Monday, March 11th 2013 at Life atorage Centers of Humboldt Park, 4014W. Grand Avenue, Chicago, llinois, Phase sumber is 1- Christel Williams Shirley Page-Williams Sharon Besnetl Mary Sol Besard Jarniell Brown Jessica Castro Carmendellia Diaz Ed Drzszinaki Willie M. Ellis Marco Grace Fankie Hulchinsos Adel Kautiwa Ezell J Kyles Julio J Martinez t t Tusisha Dawson-McClendon 856 Aiesandna L. Moore 823 Rebecca Moms 291 Jordan Mulero Sot Pasi Laveme 516 Deborah Perez 801 Desirve Rand 098 Lourdes Rodnguez 015 Matt Schneider 683 James Slafer 855 Camisha A Tanner 637 EncTThomau 149 Edwin Umilia 612 Sergio Villalba 672 Zulnavia lliams 940 Robert Wnqht 180 Babble Bell 739 Sandra D. Jefferson 301 Tanionse Laquelle Kohnke 543 Linda Nelson 582 Roberto Norris 173 Jaime Rodsguez 086 Joaquin Serrano 361 Tenisha S. Shields 438 Lula Turner 204 Eamestine L. Walker 4.84 Eric Williams 186 Marvell Willis 330 Jerry Brown 402 Sarah Woods 914 Pub. 2/21,2/28/ NOTCE OF AUCTON Lite Storage Centers of Morton Grove will hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on said property, as described below, pursuant to the fllinois Self- Service Storage Facility Act llinoix Code 770 LCS 95/1 to 95/7, a 1:00 PM on Thursday, March 14th, 2013, al LiteStorage Centers of Morton Grove, 6505 West Oaklon Street, Morton Grove, llinois, 60053, Mana9ement reserves the right to withdraw any unit from sale. Registered or motor vehicles are sold "As s f Parts Only." no titles or registration. Tenant Name Unit it James Hoffman 1333 Cynthia Hoffman 1388 Marsha Marlin 1342 Jeffery Ortmann 1231 Jeffery Ortmann 1237 Robert P. Rome 1619 Bruce Watson 1587 Paul Pacelli 1267 Belcion Health Care 1157 Panagiotes Haralambopoulos i 265 Pub: 2/21, 2/28/2013 # NOTCE OF PUBLC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 4 of tre Self- Service Storage Facility Act, State of llinois, the undersigned will sell at a public sale by campetitive bidding on:date & Time at 3 pm Units to be auctioned: #2l7Jim Lynch Furniture, Boxes Personal tems #128 Trumaine Hardy, boxes personal items. #602 Steve Kmetko tables te1yo5rapatmtn1with FASElN th (tattitilds. (All 419f-3400 t?la(t tos AD chairs boxes. #815 Christopher McCabe. boxes and personal items. #668 Cross Garreth personal items and boxes. Pub: 2114, 2/ Ç7 Lite Storage Centers of Wrigley'ville will hold a public Dean Zitzewitz Patricia Brooks Jason Hertha Silvia Castillo Mohamed Abdelkader Alicia M. Delaney Violona Bauer Kourtney Costos Marquita M. Harris Sitou Adantor Kenneth Jacobs Veronica Shaw Sonya Howard , 3044 rma Somohano 3071 Kelly Clancy 4014 Noel M. Rodnguez 4161 Jacklyn N. Mandera Pub: 2/21 & V28'20134 To PLACE A HELP WANTED AD N THE CLASSFEDS, CALL
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131 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, u SEASON r:: seasonpass.suntimes.com/pioneer COLLEGE ROUNDUP Mundelein's Brust saves.wisconsin BY NCK BULLOCK Mundelein alumnus Ben Brust was the hero in the Wisconsin men's basketball team's Feb. 9 win against then-no. 3 Michigan, hitting the game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime as well as the game-winning 3-pointer in the extra period. With the Badgers down 60-57, Brust launched a half-court heave to knot things up at the end of regulation. Then, with 39 seconds left in overtime, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan went back to Brust. The Hawthorn Woods native stepped up again, nailing the goahead 3-pointer that brought Pioneer Press SEASON PAsE p.- p C)w.vo i?ttm s the game to its final score of Brust finished the afternoon with a team-high 14 points - including four 3-pointers - in leading the Badgers to their 17th win of the season. The junior guard was the team's second-leading scorer (11.2 points per game) through 24 games and has played a major role in Wisconsin's surprise season. With the win, the Badgers (17-7, 8-3 Big Ten) moved into a tie for second place and sit within a game of first. Park Ridge native Sam Calabrese recorded an assist on the opening goal for the Notre Dame men's hockey team in its 6-4 win against Michigan Feb. 9 in South Bend, nd. With the win, then-no. 12 Notre Dame improved its record to and in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. As a senior defenseman, Calabrese has played a been crucial to Notre Dame's success this season. He sits tied for second on the team in assists with 15 and seventh in points with 16. Have a suggestion for the College Roundup? Nick Bullock at gmail.com. U P Full Pah.i,' 'LL BET YOU DDN'T KNOW. BroughtloYou By PONEEROCALco JENNNGS CHEVROLET. JENNNGS VOLKSWAGEN College basketball fans wouldn't pay much attention to o freshman at a Dision ll program averaging less than two points and less than two rebounds per game. But look again, because this freshman was 43 years old. Brian Rice spent 24 years in the Navy before enrolling at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA, outside of Pittsburgh. He hied out and made the team, averaging i.9 points and i.7 rebounds for the Golden Tornadoes through the first two months of the season. HCH SCHOOL FOOTBALL LKE YOU HAVE NEVER EXPERENCED BEFORE. FOLLOW A ORNE AAJ ARAVEL BASKETBALL TEAMS 3rd Grade Boys & Girls Teams can be designed to accommodate Multi Sport Spring Athletes TRYOUTS ONGONG For specific tryout dates and locations or to pre- register Please Visit For Further info (Boys) (Girls) 'Building Confidence Through Hard Work" Which heavyweight boxing champ do yu think had the highest knockout percentage of all lime? Joe touis? Muhammad Ali? Mike Tyson? No, no and no. f's Rocky Marciano, who KO'ed 43 of his 49 opponents for a percentage of Marciano the only champion ever to retira undefeated, winning the other six bouts by decision. But here's a surprise. The heavyweight champion ranked second all time is rtali Kiitschko at pertentosoftheendof2ffl2-41 knockoutsin47figh$s, 45of which he won. Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby wears number 87 on the ice with good reason. He was bon, on 8/7/87 - August 7, i but it's more than that. He's downright obsessed with the number. After the season, the fomier NHL MV sco,ing champion and youngest captain ever of a team that captured the Stanley Cup, could have signed a larger contract. But he setfied for $104.4 million over 12 years, Which works out to an annual salaryof-u guessed it -- $8.7 million. J4E(NiNiNìS SALES._ESG.SEqVCE.PATE:: WAUKEGAN OA ' GLENYE ' ; 7291OOQ JUST NORTH OF GOLF ROAD (:eebratingour54hear Jenn,nqsChcvrolet cam Je, igvw corn s
132 PATRCK 80 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL / SEASON PASS seasonpass.suntimes.com/pioneer L Notre Dame FACEBOOK: facebook.com/sportspioneerpress Don't Miss Friday ndoor track: Notre Dame at Nues North nvite (at Nues West), 5 p.m. Most teams have competed in at east one meet at this point in the season, but this will be the Dons' first of the year. This meet includes Niles West, New Trier, Nues North and Maine West. The Vikings and Trevians are the favorites to win. Tuesday Boys basketball: Notre Dame vs. TBD at Glenbrook South Regional, 6 p.m. The second-seeded Dons remain ranked in the Sun-Times' top-10 as the regular season winds down and they are the heavy favorites to win the Glenbrook South Regional title. Notre Dame's first postseason game will be against the winner of Monday night's Maine East-Von Steuben game, The Blue Demons are the Glenbrook North Sectional's No. 18 seed and Von Steuben is the No. 15 seed. Dons banking on their experience BY DAN SHALN As the No. 2 seed, the Notre Dame boys basketball team is among the favorites to emerge from the Glenbrook North Sectional. But top-seeded Maine South, not to mention No. 3 New Trier, No. 4 Niles North, No. S Loyola and No. 6 St. Patrick all have similar sectional-title aspirations. Notre Dame has defeated Niles North and St. Patrick this season, but lost earlier this month to suddenly-streaking Loyola. Dons coach Tom Les said it's hard to designate one team as the favorite to win the sectional. ' think it's pretty much up for grabs," he said. "There are five or six teams that are capable (of winning)." The Dons, who entered the Tuesday's season finale against Lincoln Park with a 21-5 record, start the postseason at 6 p.m. Feb. 26 when they face either No.15 Von Steuben or No.18 Maine East in the Class 4A Glenbrook South Regional. One thing Les knows is that his Dons are not likely to encounter a style of play they haven't seen this season. Even in a potential Chicago State Supersectional Notre Dame's Donte Stephenson dribbles by his defender thanks to the pick set by teammate Danny Lazzara. Visit niles.suntimes.com/sports to view a photo gallery from the game. GLEASON-for Sun-Times Media matchup against Simeon or Whitney Young, the squad from Niles will have positive experiences to call upon. On Dec. 2, Notre Dame led Morgan Park for three quarters before falling to a Mustangs team that went on to knock off Simeon in the CPS semifinals. Les said earlier this week that he expected to have starting forward Eddie Serrano back healthy again for the postseason. The senior injured his foot n the loss to Manan Catholic on Friday, a defeat that dropped Notre Dame to 5-3 in the ESCC. Serrano then missed the win over St. Charles North two days later. n the St. Charles North game, two other key Dons showed they were getting back to 100 percent. Leading scorer Matt This Week Notre Dame BOYS BASKETBALL Tuesday At class 4A Glenbrook South Regional vs. BA, 6 p.m. BOYS TRACK Friday At Niles West vs. Nues North, s p.m. Monday At North Central Coli, vs. Downers Grove South, 6 p.m. WRESTLNG Saturday At Dual Team State Final, us Cellular, Bloomington (Match 2). 9 am. Mooney's career-high 35 points proved the Air Force-bound senior has fully recovered from a tailbone injury that forced him to miss a game-and-a-half in early February. Meanwhile, senior forward Justin Halbran appears to be getting his touch back after missing five weeks in December and January after injuring the index finger of his shooting hand. Halbran knocked down 7-of- 8 fourth-quarter free throws against St. Charles North, including three in the final 10 seconds after being fouled on a 3-point attempt.
133 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, SEASON PASS seasonpass.suntimes.com/pioneer Schedule leaves little time for hoops [BY JONAH ROSENBLUM Contributor ARLNGTON The Yeshiva boys basketball team hasn't practiced in about a month, according to Shiomo Ashkanazy. That's hardly the result of laziness. nstead, it's the result of the taxing schedule of an Orthodox Jewish school Ashkanazy estimated that he was at the Skokie school from 7:30 in the morning until 8:30 at night on Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays, With Friday dedicated to the Sabbath, forcing students to abandon school early to avoid the early sunsets of the winter season, only Wednesdays and Sundays remain for basketball. And with Yeshiva trying to fit in as many games as possible, there simply isn't much time remaining for practice. 'lt affects t a little bit, but no excuses," said Ashkanazy, a junior point guard. "We take those two hours (per practice) and put them to the best." There's also not much space for Yeshiva to work with. According to coach ra Shyman, the court his team played on Monday at Christian Liberty was far bigger than what his team is accustomed to working with. After the game - a season-ending overtime loss to Roycemore - he huddled with one of his juniors and asked him to return in better shape so that he can better handle the larger HSA courts. Even so, his team kept running on Monday night. "You can see them watching them play defense," Shyman said. "They're dying tired and they're moving their feet and they're playing. We only had three fouls in the fourth quarter and we had to start fouling on purpose because we were moving our feet so well on defense." And his team kept improving all season long. " can't complain about the way they played," Shyman said. "This team was, frankly, terrible in November and December, and for the last six weeks, has gotten steadily better every game." By season's end, Yeshiva had earned the No. 4 seed in the Class la Christian Liberty Regional. Roycemore was the No. 5 seed. "What told them is that in the three years that l've been coaching varsity basketball, this is the first time that my team steadily got better all year long," Shyman said. "Every other team plateaued like in the middle of January and then just coasted through the rest of the year. These guys kept getting better. You can't ask for any more than that." Yeshiva's Shlomo Ashkanazy shoots a fadeaway jumper against Roycemore during the Class la Christian Liberty Regional opening-round game Monday in Arlington Heights. Visit skokie.suntimes.com/sports to view a photo gallery from the game. MCHELLE LAVGNE-Suo-Times Media Power Rankings Pioneer Press Basketball Power Rankings As voted on by the Pioneer Press sports staff First place votes are worth 10 points, secondplace 9, etc. BOYS 1. Notre Dame 40 (4) 2. Stevenson 35 3 (t). Maine South 30 3 (t). Nues North 30 Loyola 22 New Trier 21 Lake Forest 10 Oak Park-River Forest 7 Hinsdale central 6 Mundelein 5 Others receiving votes: Fenwick 4; Northridge 3; Carmel 1; Leyden 1. High School CUBE Watch live Watch these local games live at HlghSchoolCube.com. GRLS BASKETBALL Thursday Loyola Sectional Championship: Evanston/New Trier vs. Maine South/Resurrection 7:30 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL Tuesday Ridgewood Regional: Ridgewood vs. TBD (Kelvyn Park vs. Noble Street Charter/Pritzker) 6 p.m. '. Ridgewood Regional: Carmel vs. Johnsburg 7:30 p.m. Like us on Facebook at fb.com/sportspioneerpress. Follow us on Twitter: a Pioneer_Press
134 THURSDAY, 82 FEBRUARY 21, 2013 NL 4jSEASON PASS seasonpass.suntimes.com/pioneer Maine East FAC E BOOK: facebook.com/sportspioneerpress TWTTER: apioneer Press Don't Miss Friday Boys Diving: Jeremy Rohrman at state preliminaries at New Trer, 9 a.m. Rohrman booked his second trip to state by finishing with a at the Glenbrook South Sectional on Saturday. The senior diver's score was the state's 17th best at sectionals. He'll likely have to increase his score by 10 points Friday to finish among the top-12 divers and qualify for Saturday's finals. Monday Boys basketball: Von Steuben vs. Maine East at Glenbrook South Regional, 7:30 p.m. The Blue Demons are the No. 18 seed in the 22-team Glenbrook North Sectional, posting a 5-19 record through Monday. Von Steuben is the No. 15 seed. The winner will play Notre Dame, currently the Chicago Sun-Times' No. 10-ranked team, the following night. Blue Demons set their sights on 'big future' BY ERC VAN DRL Maine East's Elanta Slowek scores against Evanston in the Evanston Regional final on Feb. 14. Visit parkridge.suntimes.com/sports to view a - photo gallery from the game. JOEL LERNER-S un-times Media EVANSTON After exchanging handshakes, Maine East's players sat on the sidelines at Beardsley Gym and let the image of what it looks like to win a regional title sink into their memories. Maine East coach Karol Hanusiak hopes that vision, along with lessons learned from a blowout loss to Evanston on Feb. 14, provides the Blue Demons with extra motivation this off season. 'We're only losing two seniors," Hanusiak said. "l've got all these kids coming back. want them to see what it looks like, what the feel is and the pictures (Evanston's players took with the plaque), everything. Hopefully they'll want that." The core of this year's team was cornprised primarily of juniors, and the Class of including Elanta Slowek, Shaylee Sloan, Jazlene Gonzalez and Maria Protic This Week Maine East BOYS BASKETBALL Monday At Glenbrook South class 4A Regional vs. Von Steuben, 7:30 p.m. GRLS BASKETBALL Today At Loyola Sect. Final, 7:30 p.m. BOYS SWM/DtVE Friday At New Trier Semi Finals - Dive 9 am, Saturday At New Trier State Finals - Dive, i p.m. GRLS TRACK Tuesday At Glenbrook North Tri w! GBS, 4:30 p.m. -led the program to its first regional championship game in 11 years. This season was also the first time in 11 years the Blue Demons (15-15) reached double-digit victories, according to Hanusiak. Maine East's success did not make its postseason matchup against one of the state's best defensive squads any easier, according to freshman guard Janelle Alba Garner. 'lt was a little bit overwhelming, but you've got to get past that so you can play your best out there (to) get the win," said Alba Garner, a freshman. "We have such a big future with this team." As Hanusiak said throughout the season, Maine East has had to learn how to win and get accustomed to playing in tight situations with games on the line. The next step for returning players is to challenge, and defeat, teams like Evanston. "This is good for us," Hanusiak said of the 30-point loss to the Wildkits. "No one wants to beat teams that are inferior to you. You have to beat the better teams and, unfortunately at times, you have to lose to the better teams in order for you to get better."
135 NL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, SEASON PASS seasonpass.suntimes.com/pioneer Nues West FACEBOO K: facebook.com/sportspioneerpress TWTTER: apioneer_press Don't Miss Friday ndoor track: Nues West at Nues North nvite (at Nues West), 5 p.m. This meet includes Nues West, New Trier, Nues North, Notre Dame and Maine West. The Vikings and Trevians are the favorites to win the meet. Galanopoulos, Wolves hope to bounce back BY ERC VAN DRL j When Alex Galanopoulos looks back on her junior basketball season, June 22, 2012, will always be the point when everything went south. Galanopoulos tore her left ACL as she went up for a ayup at the Doug Bruno Basketball Camp that day. The injury, a complete tear of the ACL and a torn meniscus, required surgery and forced Galanopoulos to miss her junior basketball season after starting as a sophomore. n spite of the injury, Galanopoulos was one of the Wolves' two captains this season. The junior concentrated on being a vocal leader - was always screaming... (to) let everyone know what we're doing," Galanopoulos said - and provided inexperienced players like sophomores Julia Easter and Katherine De Lara with words of encouragement. "We had a really young team, so this year was a learn- ng experience for everyone," Galanopoulos said. 'l told n this Jan. 5, 2012, photo, Niles West's Alex Galanopoulos (right) and Glenbrook South's Molly McDonagh battle for a rebound. Galanopoulos didn't play during the season because of a torn ACL, but she still served as one of the Wolves' captains. JOEL LERNER-Sun-Times Media them they shouldn't feel pressure; everyone's going to make mistakes this year and it's nothing to worry about. Shake it off, and you'll be fine." Those words of encouragement helped De Lara and her teammates keep pushing, even at the most difficult points of Niles West's 4-20 season. "Alex is a really good leader," De Lara said. "We were in games where (she) could just tell that we wanted to give up, and she would be there to tell us to just keep working at it. That was one of the things about our team: We never game up, no matter what the score was." During the early stages of her recovery, Galanopoulos said she cried a l