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Calumet City Star (Newspaper) - May 27, 1990, Calumet City, Illinois A a a-4 n obituaries Richard w. Johnson Richard w Johnson of Hillsboro 111., formerly a 30-year resident of Harvey died saturday May 19 at St. Francis Hospital Litchfield. Services were monday at St. Agnes Catholic Church with the Rev. Leonard Rathgeb officiating. Burial was in St. Agnes cemetery Hillsboro. A Rosary service was conducted May 20 at Patton memorial Home Hillsboro. Or. Johnson was born Jan. 19,1907, in Terre haute ind. The 83-year-old Hillsboro resident was a chemical Engineer. He was a graduate of Rose pol tech Terre haute. Formerly of Terre haute Anderson ind. And Harvey he spent 13 years in Mesa Ariz. Until moving to Hillsboro in february to be near his daughter and family. Or. Johnson was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife of 54 years Ida Virginia Nee Huberti two daughters Marilyn Sanders of Clearwater Fla. And Jean polus of Hillsboro a sister Marcella King of South Bend ind. To grandchildren and five great grandchildren Mario v. Fiammenghi Mario v. Fiammenghi of Dolton owner of als Dairy bar Dolton died wednesday May 23 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services were saturday with a prayer service at Thor Ridge funeral Home Dolton and a mass at St. Jude the apostle Church South Holland with the Rev. John Powers officiating. Interment was in holy sepulchre cemetery Worth. Or. Fiammenghi was born May 31, 1916, in Italy. He was formerly of Chicago a Roseland neighbourhood. He. Is survived by his son Albert of Dolton and two Sisters Fernanda Fanucci of Jessup a. And Rena Tonai of South Holland. Anna b. Fray Anna b fray Nee Drehfal 55-year resident of Riverdale died tuesday May 22 at rest Haven South Christian convalescent Home South Holland. Services were Friday at Thor Ridge funeral Home Dolton with the Rev. Vernon Simmons officiating. Interment was in Oakland memory lanes cemetery Dolton. The former Anna Drehfal was born june 7, 1900, in Riverdale. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Fray is survived by her husband Nicholas and four Sisters in Law Antoinette of Dolton Mable Drehfal of Riverdale Marion Drehfal of Glenwood and Betty Froelick of Crystal Lake. Lillian Wojcik Lillian Wojcik of Calumet City died sunday May 20 at St. Margaret Hospital Hammond ind. Services were wednesday with a prayer service at Nowak funeral Home Calumet City and a mass at St. Andrew the apostle Church Calumet City with the Rev. Thomas Balys officiating. Interment was in holy Cross cemetery Calumet City. Mrs. Wojcik was born aug. 18,1920, in Kentucky. She is survived by her husband Ralph a daughter Jean Gillispie a sister Mary Freemont three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Top to pupils Are announced the class of 1993 of Thornton township High school in Harvey has its first top ten academic students after completing one semester of their freshman year. The selection is based on cumulative Grade averages in a 4.0 system. The no. I student is Steve Bier Nacki of Dolton 2, Olivia Alewski of Harvey 3, Gina Kolanowski of Dolton tied for 4, Valerie Ellis of Dixmoor and Cedric Norwood of Dolton 6, Olga Gbur of Riverdale 7, Patrick Sims of Riverdale 8, Guadalupe Vas Quez of Harvey 9, Danita Murray of Harvey and to Sheri Engstrom of Dolton. A because these students take courses with the honors Grade Points their averages Range from 4.120 to 4.833. The academic Competition for these High averages is As keen As Competition on the basketball court and deserves special recognition a school officials said. Charles Charles a. A a buds Garvey a 19-year resident of Thornton and a retired employee of Acme steel Riverdale died wednesday May 23 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services were saturday at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home Chicago Heights with the Rev. Lynn Peterson officiating. Interment was in Assumption cemetery Glenwood. Or. Garvey was born sept. 24,1918, in Chicago. Formerly a longtime resident of Chicago a Roseland neighbourhood he was a lift truck operator at Acme steel from april 1946 until his retirement in september 1980. The 71-year-old Thornton resident served As financial Secretary for United steelworkers local Union 1053 from 1970 until his retirement and was a member of danish brotherhood in America Lodge 35. Or. Garvey was an honorable discharged world War ii Veteran serving with the army engineers. Or. Garvey is survived by his wife Jane Nee Olesen two sons Patrick of Ankeny Iowa and or. Michael Garvey of new York . Two Sisters Anne Whalen of Bridgeview and Elizabeth Sharp of Green Valley Ariz. A brother Lawrence of Chicago Heights and two granddaughters. Frances e. Morgan Frances e. Morgan of Dolton formerly of Chicago a Southeast Side died thursday May 24 at St. Margaret Hospital Hammond ind. Services will be at la . Wednesday at tews funeral Home Homewood with the Rev. Timothy Knauff of Faith lutheran Church officiating. Interment will be in mount Hope cemetery Worth. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Tuesday at the funeral Home. Mrs. Morgan was born dec. 15, 1910, at Washington depot Conn. A homemaker she was a 50-year member of Frithof Lodge 5 los. She is survived by two sons David of Dolton and William of Chicago Heights six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Memorials May be made to the american cancer society or to alzheimer a research. Robert w. Schwarz Robert w. Schwarz of Matteson an employee of Morton International Bee chemical co., Lansing died tuesday May 22 in Zion. Services were saturday at Schroeder Lauer Chapel Lansing with the Rev. John Hefferan pastor of St. Annas Catholic Church Lansing officiating. Private interment services were conducted. Or. Schwarz was born oct. 24,1949, in Illinois. He is survived by his wife Kathleen Nee Ryan two daughters Robin and Teresa his parents or. Amp mrs. Harvey Landis of Waukegan three Sisters Margaret Baldwin Katherine Alden and Janice Solesby and three Brothers James Landis and Richard and Randy. Mary Ann Ciarlo Mary Ann Ciarlo of Chicago Heights died saturday May 26 at South suburban Hospital Hazel Crest. Arrangements Are pending. For information phone Steger memorial Chapel at 755-6100. Interment will be in Assumption cemetery Glenwood. Mrs. Ciarlo was born sept. 21,1927, in Steger. A lifelong resident of the South suburbs she was a homemaker. She is survived by two daughters Claudia Scott of Chicago Heights and Kathleen Martin six sons David Lane John Scott and Joseph Lane All of California Ervin Scott of Mason City Iowa Leonard Scott of new Jersey and James Lane of Lansing a sister Serena Osborne of Steger two Brothers Joseph and Peter both of Crete and la grandchildren. Identify victim the body of a nude woman found last monday in Harvey has been identified As Geanell Bunn 19, Harvey. Police said she lived near 14840 Vail where her body was found. She was last seen by her Mother on May 18 about 6 . No arrest has been made in the Case police said. B i to a Funera Froine detailed to the finest where you find Imp Hon in com or i i All family owned anti operated in the a me location since io1 where Vee serve your family with our personal tart anti concern pre Paul funerals Anil pre arrangements Are available jell Wagner Bisie j Brown directors 849-5450 cd to 1.1 n a Doi ton Philip m Bro Narea officials meet to push for action on farm museum Cecile Alice Novak Cecile Alice Novak a six year resident of Orland Park formerly a 50-year resident of Hazel Crest died thursday May 24 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services were saturday with a mass at St. Annex a Church Hazel Crest with the Rev. Edmund j. Schreiber officiating. Interment was in Assumption cemetery Glenwood. Mrs. Novak was born nov. 9, 1914, in Chicago. The 75-year-old Orland Park resident was a former assembler at Federal sign and signal co. She is survived by three daughters Cecile Tomlinson of Salt Lake City Dorothy Karczewski of Crete and Christine Faris of Delphi ind. Two sons Ronald of Orland Park and Cas Imir Novakjr. Of Delphi four Sisters Clara Truskowski of Midlothian Lorraine Redman of Frankfort Alice Genovi of Harvey and Juanita Reed of Matteson four Brothers Wilbur Peterson of Elk Grove Village Frederick Peterson of South Holland Donald Peterson of key West Fla. And Ralph Peterson of Glenwood 13 grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Viator Burton Kyrouac Viator Burton Kyrouac of Homewood formerly of Harvey and senior analyst in the Quality control department at Northern Illinois Gas co., died thursday May 24 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services were saturday at tews funeral Home Homewood with the Rev. Christian Spoor of Homewood reformed Church officiating. Interment was in Assumption cemetery Glenwood. Or. Kyrouac was born july 21, 1928, in Harvey. He was a member of american legion Harvey Post 155. He is survived by his wife Barbara a son David of Des Plaines a sister Sylvia Paglash of Bourbonnais two Brothers Bernard of Wheaton and Ronald of Morris and a grandchild. Memorials May be made to american cancer society or hospice suburban South. Mildred g. Ruthrauff Mildred g. Ruthrauff of Lynwood formerly a longtime resident of Lansing died thursday May 24 at our lady of mercy Hospital Dyer ind. Services will be at la . Tuesday at Schroeder and Lauer funeral Home Lansing with the Rev. Joseph Keller officiating. Interment will be in Oakridge cemetery Lansing. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 . Monday at the funeral Home. Mrs. Ruthrauff was born nov. 27, 1917, in Benld 111. A resident of Lansing since 1942, she was a homemaker. She was a former member of Lansing senior citizens club and Lansing women a club. Mrs. Ruthrauff is survived by eight grandchildren and a great grandchild. Memorials May be made to the Lansing paramedics. Sig offering opera work singers who have had one year of voice study on the collegiate level Are eligible to participate in a summer production and gain experience on the stage through South suburban colleges opera workshop. The two credit hour course is scheduled from 7-9 45 . Tuesdays and thursdays May 31-july 19 at the College 15800 s. State St., South Holland an audition is required for participation. A Sci a workshop is designed to provide singers with an Opportunity to perform in scenes from operas and operettas. Emphasis is placed on stage movement character development and ensemble and Solo singing. Performances Are scheduled for late july. Registration for the course will be accepted from 9 . To 8 . Mondays through thursdays and from 9 . To 4 . Fridays at the colleges admissions Center. Information May be obtained by phoning 596-2000 ext. 349 or 316. By Mary sue Penn and Sheila Elliott a proposal to locate a Cook county funded instructional farm in the South suburbs on hold since last year is being resurrected by leaders of communities in the interstate 57 corridor. During an informal breakfast meeting recently country club Hills mayor Dwight Welch and Matteson Village president Mark Strieker discussed reviving the living history farm proposed by county officials last year and to ask candidates in november a county Board of commissioners election to Back the idea for the South suburbs. A the time has come to make it happen a Welch said monday during a meeting of the country club Hills City Council. A i still think culturally it would be a great thing for the South suburban the living farm proposed would be an instructional agricultural Center featuring a hands on museum that would enable visitors to observe the actual operations of the types of family farms found in Cook county through the years. Two South suburban Forest preserve Sites had been proposed a in Orland township near 167th Street and Lagrange Road and in Rich township near 183rd Street and Central Avenue a near the communities of Orland Park country club Hills and Matteson. The proposal ran into obstacles last year when some county officials suggested that another location particularly a North suburban site known As Techny might serve As a More suitable spot for the Center. In a Community referendum in March however voters in Northfield township rejected the idea of bringing the Center to their Community. As the mayor of country club Hills Welch said monday he will Send a letter to county commissioners urging them to reconsider a South suburban site for the project. A the Northern suburbs have a number of amenities that the South suburban area does not a Welch told aldermen monday. A a in a still like to see the Center located Matteson a Strieker said he too would Send a letter to county commissioners. Asking them to move the living history farm proposal out of the Cook county Forest preserve districts recreation committee and to the full Board. He also has sought the backing of state rep. Terry Steczo a Oak Forest. And he said he will Contact Robert Gooley the county commissioner from Homewood who chairs the recreation committee. Strieker supports the proposed site Between country club Hills and Matteson. Orland Park mayor Fred Owens supports the site nearest Orland Park. A we Are still actively pursuing he said. A the thing is still Owens who was not at the recent meeting of Welch and Strieker said he believes commissioners will wait until after the november election to vote on the farm Issue. A people Are hesitant to commit themselves to spending Money prior to an election a he pointed out a especially since taxes and government spending Are a priority Strieker agreed that May be the Case. But a a in a like to see something sooner a he said. Dist. 205 announces details of summer school operation the 1990 session of Thornton township High school District 205�?Ts summer school for All regular academic courses will be held at Thornwood High school South Holland. Driver education Community service programs and a number of other programs will be offered at Thornton Thor Ridge and Thornwood High schools. The 1990 summer school Calendar is As follows a june 4, evening registration academic courses Thornwood from 4 30 to 8 . Driver education and Community service programs All three schools 4 30 to 8 . A june 13 to july 3, first semester 13 Days. A june 27 to 28, second semester registration at Thornwood. A july 4 to 6, Holiday no school. A july 9 to 30, second semester 13 Days. All regular summer school classes meet from 7 45 . To 12 45 . Four Days a week. Two 15-minute Breaks will be provided. Students enrolling in summer school should plan to be in class every Day since each Day in summer school is equivalent to one full week of regular school. Special consideration for vacations or Early dismissals will not be granted. Tuition for residents of District 205 will be $85 per semester. Nonresidents will pay $100 per semester. The summer school is open to eighth Grade graduates and All High school students. The Driver education fee is $50. Tuition will be accepted on a semester basis Only. Students will pay tuition for the first semester at the time of their initial registration. Tuition for the second semester will be accepted during the period from june 27-28. Payment for the second semester enrolment will not be accepted prior to june 28. Nominate Klein As gop hopeful in third District Carl l. Klein a former Federal official Long Active in Southwest suburban Republican politics has been nominated to become the gop candidate in the 3rd congressional District for the november general election. Geoffrey r. Layhe Worth township Republican committeeman said Klein a name has been forwarded for inclusion on the fall ballot. The districts democratic incumbent is . Rep. Martin Russo of South Holland who is seeking his ninth term in Congress. No Republican appeared on the 3rd District ballot in the March primary. A we Are indeed fortunate that Carl Klein is willing to offer himself to the voters of the 3rd congressional District a Layhe said. A the brings extensive legislative experience to our ticket As Well As extensive service on the sub Cabinet level in Klein especially understands the problems facing senior citizens in the District Layhe said. A Carl is a fiscal conservative and As a senior himself he is committed to easing the tax Burden and cutting Federal spending a Layhe said. Klein was a budget representative in the . Department of the Interior in 1970. A and that was the last Federal budget with a surplus instead of a deficit a Layhe noted. The committeeman also lauded Klein for Community service As a Leader in kiwanis club chapters and his interest in veterans affairs As a past commander of the Green Oak Post of the american legion. Klein is an attorney and lives in Oak Lawn with his wife Emma. Charge senior with Mcdonald a robbery a 62-year-old Harvey Man has been charged with the armed robbery of Mcdonald a restaurant 400 e. 159th St., Harvey. The suspect Elma Mcdaniel allegedly pulled a loaded .12 gauge Shotgun and took $42. Mcdaniel who wears a Back Brace told police he took the Money in order to buy Medicine for his wife. Police arrested Mcdaniel after the Mcdonald a manager followed the suspect to his Home. Mcdaniel drives a truck with handicapped License plates. We re fighting for your Lite. American heart association a full refund of summer school tuition will be available Only prior to the Start of the semester for which the student is registered. After the semester begins refunds May be applied for during the first two school Days however a $10 late withdrawal fee will be deducted from the refund. No refund will be issued after the second school Day of the semester for which the student is registered. Bus transportation to Thornwood will be furnished to regular summer school students who live More than iv2 from Campus. Transportation for Driver education students will not be furnished unless their schedules coincide with the regular summer school schedule and they qualify because of the distance they live from school. Incoming freshmen who pass a summer school course which they have already selected for the coming year will automatically be placed in the next course that was selected on the original freshmen registration form. Academic course offerings include business Drivers education English math computer science physical education science and social studies. The following classes Are open to study by invitation Only gifted special interest science incoming freshmen Only gifted Fine arts and chapter i incoming freshmen Only. Free make up courses will be offered in English i English ii Basic math and general math. Requests for additional information May be directed to the District 205 summer school office at 841-5180, extensions 2512 or 2567. After june la All Calls should be directed to 339-7800, Extension 2793. Davis Hammond amp Prowell funeral Home Ltd. Alonzo Al Davis president amp owner the South suburbs oldest established Black funeral firm since 1938 continues to serve these same communities Quot the some tender Core after that you gave before Quot funeral services arranged in the privacy of your Home pre arrangements Post needs shipments and insurance no Job too big or too Small of you have a need or question Call or Alonzo Al Davis 30s e. 16th St., Chicago ttys. Illinois 60411 708 757-5050 or 757-6050 night number 708 534-5365 it Caw help. It Caw Hert. Of you be reached the Point where credit hurts More than it helps its probably time to Call consumer credit counselling service of greater Chicago. Cacs is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping you solve your credit problems no matter what their proportions. There a no charge for our financial counselling service and All information is kept strictly confidential. And there a no obligation just lots of Good advice. So Stop hurting. Help is Only a phone Call away at cacs. 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