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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1994, Chicago, Illinois                                2 Section 5 NEIGHBOR Tuesc ay, November POLICE NOTES Mailbox, street sign pulled out of ground HARRINGTON No per- manent damage resulted late Friday evening after vandals pulled a resident's mailbox out of the ground on the 900 block of Lakewood Street and re- moved a street sign from the corner, reports showed. Vandal does damage to car's license plate PALATINE The owner of a 1991 Chevrolet told police that vandals caused minor damage to the vehicle's license plate Thursday while the vehi- cle was parked on the 400 block of East Cunningham Drive, reports showed. Man reports visitors stole jewelry, camera HOFFMAN ESTATES Several pieces of jewelry, val- ued at and a camera were reported stolen Nov. 17 out of an apartment on the 900 block of Evanston Street. The resident told authorities that a man and woman came to his door about p m. The resi- dent then went into the bath- room, and when he returned, the items had been taken off a kitchen table and his visitors were gone. Window smashed on Chevy parked hi lot SCHAUMBURG The windshield of a 1991 Chevrolet Beretta was shattered by a vandal Nov. 17 while it was parked in a lot on the block of Pennview Lane, police said Wednesday. Damage was estimated at Vandals spray graffiti on walls, two trucks ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Vandals spray-painted graffiti on the walls of a building on the 1700 block of East Davis Street between 4 p.m. Nov. 22 and 8 a.m. Nov. 23, as well as on two semitrailer trucks parked nearby, police said Wednesday. It was the second such incident in the past week, police said. Reports did not include a damage estimate. Women arrested at restaurant ROLLING MEADOWS Two Bartlett women who are roommates were arrested Nov. 20 iifter police said one of them attacked a man at a local restaurant while another had a loaded handgun and ammuni- tion in her car, authorities said Wednesday. Joan DeCicco, 25, was charged with battery; Lisa Chandler, 30, of 1183 Princeton Drive, was charged with unlaw- ful use of a weapon. The p.m. incident at Stadium Sports Club, 4015 Algonquin Road, was part of an ongoing domestic argument that involved several people, reports indicated. Police recovered a .38-caliber revolver, two speed loaders and a box containing 45 rounds of ammunition in the car, reports said. Police say woman stole car hi Florida BARTLETT 33-year-old Glenview woman was arrested Thursday after police learned she had borrowed a Florida woman's white 1991 Olds mobile and then drove it to Illinois without the owner's permission, authorities said. Tammy L. Vento was charged with unlawful possession of a stolen auto after authorities following a tip found Vento and the car at a house on the 700 block of Gardenia Lane, according to reports. Vandals damage 4 mailboxes on street HANOVER PARK Four mailboxes on the 200 block of Windward Lane were reported to have been broken or bent by vandals Nov. 20. Damage was estimated at Man faces charge of criminal trespassing STREAMWOOD A 22- year-old Itasca man was arrested Nov. 20 after police said he refused to leave Streamwood Lanes, 1232 E. Irving Park Road, after he had gone there despite having been banned from the bowling alky. Matthew S. Kleckner, 6N414 Neva Terrace, was charged with criminal trespass to property. OBITUARIES Olive F. Borgersen Chapel services for Olive F. Borgersen, (nee Fritz) 79, of Elk Grove Village, will be held at a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Grove Memorial Chapel, 1199 S. Arlington Heights Road (three blocks south of Biesterfifld Elk Grove Vil- lage. She was born in Chicago. Burial will be in Acacia Park Cemetery, Chicago. She died Sun- day, Nov. 27 at Alexian Brothers Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Harry A.; mother of Lee A. (Kathleen) and Robert J sister of Evelyn (Einer) Larson; grandmother of Linda (Tom) Thomas, Cynthia (Daniel) Hall, Janet (Paul) Perez, Alan, and Brian; great-grandmother of Nicole, Crystal, Joseph, and Justin, arid aunt of Cheryl Larson. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. today at Grove Memorial Chapel. For information (708) 640-0566. Christine R Brinkworth Prayers for Christine B. Brink- worth, (nee Brunton) 93, of Arling- ton Heights, will be said at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Nov 30 at Lauterburg Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Heights. Mass will follow at a.m. at Our Lady of Wayside Church, 432 W. Park St., Arlington Heights. She was born July 1, 1901, in Corning, Ohio. Interment will be in All Saints Cemeterj, Des Plaines. She died Monday, Nov 28 at MedBridge Re- habilitation Center, Arlington Heights. She was the wife of the late John Jr., (retired vice president of New York Central mother of William 'Joan) Brinkworth of Arl- ington Heights, Thomas (Judy) Brinkworth of Wilmette, and Jean (Sam Tracklenberg) Brinkworth of New York, N.Y.; grandmother of 20, and great-grandmother of 23. Visitation will be from until the time of prayers at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association For information (708) 253-5423 Anthony Cirrintano Prayers for Anthony Cirrintano, 99. of Arlington Heights, will be said at a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Lauterburg Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy.. Arl ington Heights Mass will follow at 11 a.m. al St. James Church, 831 N Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights. He was born July 25, 1895, in Chi cago. Entombment will be in All Saints Mausoleum. Des Plaines. He died Sunday, Nov. 27 at Americana Healthcare Center, Elk Grove Vil- lage. Mr. Cirrintano was a retired milk- man for Bowman Dairy. Survivors include his son Gerald (Janice) Cirrintano; his daughter- Clarice Cavanaugh: his sister Mae Sansone; his grandchildren Joanne (Lawrence) Herff, Patricia Demma, Martin (Marianne) Cavanaugh, and Gina Cirrintano; five great-grand- children, and four great-great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Anna E.; his son-in-law Martin Cavanaugh; his brothers Charles, Joseph, and Salvatore Cirrintano, and his sisters Margaret Mercuric, Anna Arra, and Minnie Capalety Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m today at the funeral home. For information (708) 253-5423. Caroline M. Hans Funeral services for Caroline M. Hans, 83, of Mundelein and former- ly a resident of Prairie View, will be held at 1) a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Kristan Funeral Home P.C., 219 W. Maple Ave. (Route Mun- delain. The Rev. Ronnie Ver Boom wil officiate. Interment will follow in Cemetery, Lake Zurich. Sie was born April 27, 1911, in La ;e County, and was a resident of thi, area all her life. S le died Sunday, Nov. 27 at Coidell Medical Center, Liberly- vill i. S ic was a member of the Mun- del 3in United Methodist Church. S irvivors include her nieces Bar- baia Leavitt of Wildwood, Phyllis (Wlliam) Wehrs of McHenry, Laurie (Richard) Ward of Kansas Cit', Mo., Jane (Gary) Cogburn of Highlands Ranch, Colo., and Susan Gr r information (708) 566-8020. Stt ven Michael Kaye M ass for Steven Michael Kaye, 18, of VIount Prospect, will be said at 10 a m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 at St. Ra.'rnond Church. Elmhurst Road (Rcute 83) and Lincoln Street, Mo jnt Prospect. H; was boni June 1, 1976, in Arl- ing on Heights. B irial will be in All Saints Ceme- ter He died Sunday, Nov. 27. Mr. Kaye was a freshman at Ro: e-Hulman Institute of Technolo- gy- HJ was a 1990 graduate of St. Raymond Grammar School, and a 1991 honors graduate of St. Viator High School. HJ played ice hockey at St. Viator for four years and was a member of the Triangle Fraternity H3 was the son of Steven L. and Nancy Kaye. and grandson of Jean anc the late Anthony Minneci, and Ell; and the late Louis Kaye. V sitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. tod ly at the church, and from 9 un- til the time of Mass at 10 a.m. We inesday at the church. Memorials may be made to St. Church. Arangements were made by Fn 'drichs Funeral Home, Mount Prr spect. For information (708) 255 7800 Roy G. Koonce S< rvices for Roy G Koonce, 55, a res dent of Palatine for 25 years, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Antrim Sons Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Hwy.. Palatine. H i was born April 4, 1939, in New Sht ron, Ala. Imerment will be in St. Michael Cerietery. Palatine. He died Sun- day Nov. 27 at Northwest Commu- nity Hospital, Arlington Heights. M Koonce was employed by Fir: t Chicago Bank Corp. of Chica- go for 37 years, where he was a vici president. Si rvivors include his wife Barbara Ko( nee of Palatine; his daughter Jennifer (James) Blauw of Me lenry his granddaughter Kelly Blaaw; his brothers Arthur Staten Kot nee of Huntsville, Ala., Herbert Leslie Koonce of Kentucky, and Bil- ly llay Koonce of Chicago, and his sist jr Bet.ty Sue Thompson of Geor- gia. H was preceded in death by his par ;nts Oscar Henry and Ethel Kot nee, his brothers William Lee James Earnest, and Oscar Hei ry Jr. and his sister Doits Evelyn Koonce. Visitation was Monday, Nov. 28 at the funeral home. PI :ase omit flowers. Memorials will be appreciated for the Salvation Amy, 5040 N. Pulaski, Chicago, II. 606: 0. Fcr information (708) 358-7411. Harold M. Lazier Services for Harod M. Lazier, 89, a longtime resideril of Mount Pros- pect, will be held it 11 a.m. today at Friedrichs Funei al Home, 320 W. Central Road (at Northwest High- Mount Prosp  was a membe of the Chicago Board of Trade since 1971. and a meinber of the bo ird of directors for the United Wa.v from 1986 until 1988 He served in the Army from 1953 until 1955. He was member of the Lions Club of IV ount Prospect, where he was presi lent during 1986 to 1987; member of Rolling Green Country Club; the Moose, and the American Legicm. Survivors include his wife Joanne H. (nee wh jm he married June 15, 1969; his son Edward B. Rhea III; his daughters Bridget (Joc> Pachay and Rhea; two brothers; five sifters, and his granddaughters Meaghan and Molly Pachay. Visitation will be irom 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Friedrichs Funeral Home, 320 IV Central Road (at Northwest Hi Mount Prospect, and from 9 until the time of Mass at 10 a.m. Thursday at the church. For information 255-7800. Genevieve Services for Gene'ieve Strong, 82, of Bloomingtiale, will be held at 10 a.m Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Ahlgrim Sons Funeral Home, 485 S. Bart- lett Road, Streamwcod. She was born May 10, 1912, in Chicago. Burial will be in Rosehill Ceme- tery, Chicago. She died Sunday, Nov 27 in Blooming dale. She was the deal aunt of Robin (Frank) Domaver .ind Rita (Jon) Brennan. For information (708) 837-8400. Area Deaths Lorraine P. Goth, 76, of A'linjion Heights, died Sunday, Nov. 27. Ar- rangements by Middleton Mortu Service, (708) 577-7797. Frieda Hinkhoust, (nee Hoffman 8', of Elgin, died Monday, Nov. 28. Ar- rangements by Geils HXm le through the tuneral home or by calling the Daily Herald a, (7 >8) 870-3666 or FAX 259-4995. 1 le voice mail and FAX lines are dl- able 24 hours. Office hours are 8 a m. to 4 p n. Monday through Friday, 11 i.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 1 he deadline is 2 p.m. one day jirec 'd- ing publication. To report the death of a Se- curity or SSI Beneficiary 01 to n- quire about survivor benefits. CALL 1-800-772-1213 Monday through Friday In Memoriam Doreen Todd Johnson Doreen Todd Johnson, of C ry and formerly a resident of Lake iu- rich and Oak Park, died Si tun: iy. Nov 26, 1994, after a long with emphysema She was bom Feb. 15, 1924. in Oak Park, the daughter of Marr ott and Jean Todd, who emigra ed from Ireland. On March 29, 1947, she nan ed Peter G Johnson of Barring! m. They raised their family in L. .ke Zurich. Doreen was preceded in death by her husband in 19 '7. t he moved to Gary in 1979. Survivors include her daught rs Judi (Bob) Pesz of Wonewoc, is. and Patricia (Chris) Chikiers of Gary, her son Peter Johnson of Wheeling, and her grandchild, en Cory, Brooke, Kim, John. Jeff, ,Ii- chael, Emily, and Matt Doreen was a member of >ie Northern Area Art League i ad Photo People Camera Club. She worked for Baxter and Wo >d- man in Crystal Lake as a draus- person prior to her retirerrent in 1992 She also worked in tl e r al estate field during the 1970s. My mother will be sorely nistod by all who knew her. Visitation was Monday, Nov. 28 at Stirlen-Pieper Funeral Homi, B ;r- rington. Funeral services will be held at p.m. today at St. Peter Unit Mi Church of Christ Church in Lace Zurich. Memorials may be made to t le American Lung Association. For information (708) 381-34 1. Car phone users can dial spedb Continued from Page 1 phone users should dial Drivers in all other areas of the state or country can always dial 0 for help. QB Are there any plans to construct a cloverleaf at Route 53 and Dundee Road (Route Not currently, said Ed Wil; on, area programmer for the Illinois Department of Tra isportation. An in-depth study woi Id need to be conducted to det !rmine the feasibility of a erleaf. However, if such a study would prove that there is roo n and that it is necessary, fun ling would have to be BIRtHS ALEXIAN BROTHERS Mary Kate Lynn Wojnowski, Oct. 24 to Steve and Rita Wojnownki, Hoffman Estates. Sister of Amanda, Laurie Ann and Bryan. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radtke, Chicago; Mrs. Theresa Wojnowski, Orland Park. Roy Wang Qu, Oct. 29 to Jiajin Qu and Ya Da Wang, Hoffman Estates. Grandparents: Zhu Xian Qu and Xiaomin Feng, Shanghai, China; Yong Zhen Gu, Hoffman Estates. Abigail "Abbey" Lee Potts, to Lisa and Martin Potts, Bartlett. Sister of Nicholas and Emily. Grandparents: Gloria and Conrad Potts, Jean and Lee Klekamp. Timothy Joseph McKeown, Nov. 7 to Rob and DeAnn McKeown, Schaumburg. Brother of Kimberly, and Kathryn. Grandparents: Bob and Barb McKeown, Mount Prospect; Ed and Barb Zyrek, Wheeling. Tl omas Daniel Halftnan, Nov. 8 to Lori and Dan Halfrnan, Hoffman EsUtes. Brother of Kelli. Grandparents: Barbara and Ricl lard Resner, Arlington Heights; Agn us and Daniel Halfman, Crown Poii it, Ind. Allison Leigh Gorvett, Nov. 9 (o Ror and Julie Gorvett. Hanover Park. Sister of Kelsey. Grendparents: John and Antha Gor Archie and Judy Wilson Stephen Gert Bauer, Nov. 11 to Raj mond and Linda Bauer, Elk Grcve Village. Brother of Chiistopher and Erika. Grandparents: Herbert Bauer, Yuriko and Eric Broughton, Phil Mai elli. David Ronald Scharring- arranged for the project, which likely would cost te is of millions of dollars. Route 22 in Lincolnshire is complete gridloc k during the rush hours. Are there any plans to widen it? A. Ed Wilson, area program- mer lor the Illinois Department of hausen. Nov l.r> to David Scharringhausen ind KenDee Lockaby, Palatine. B -other of Erik. Grandparents: Joni Buss, Ralph Buss, West Chicago; Mrs. Wendy SchiiiTinghausen, Palatine and the late lionald Scharringhausen. Olivia Rose Yuijrvich, Nov. 17 to Julie Boone and Chris Yurjevich, Hanover Park. Sistur of Vanessa Nickelas and Emi y Yurjevich. Grandparents: Rich Yurjevich, Poulsbo, Wash.; Roi and Shirley Boone, Hanover Part. CONDELL MEDIC; VL CENTER Nathanael Joseph Havlik, Oct. 20 to Steve and Kr stine Havlik, Rolling Meadows. Brother of Steven. Grandparents: Leon and Judy Keller, Lafayette, Ind.; Edward and Dorothv Havlik, Glen Ellyn. Transportation, said the project in the planning process now. I would widen Route 22 from Rout< 83 to Route 45. Engineering ies show a completion date fo late 1997. Lincolnshire village officials d( have some concerns about th d you to God's gardi i must be be autiful He alwa takes the test. He knew th. you were suffering He knew ou were in He knew tl it you would never Get wel on earth ngi in. It breaks 01 hearts to lose you But yoi didn't go alone. For a part us went wi h you The day G LETON MORTWi BY SERVICE 708 snsington Arlinc >n Heights 5' '-7797 SMITH ORCORAN FUNE! AL HOME 185 E rthwest Hwy F latine 3S -8O20 61 SON Cicero Ave C icago 312- 36-3833 6125 Clark St. C icago 312- 43-1020 Funer. Directors: For mot information CallJud Mac Cowan (708) J70-3474   

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