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For example if a suburban Library card Holder wants to know which Library if any has material on Pablo casuals Asbestos dog training corporate mergers or books written by John Steinbeck Swan can search All the shelves of member libraries and give a detailed answer. The searcher connects by a Telephone Jack to the Central computer in Burr Ridge and the computer will reveal All the materials the member libraries possess on the desired subject or by the desired author. If the material is checked out the computer will indicate the Date it is due Back. The search can be conducted by title author or subject according to Swan material. The suburban libraries that Are members of Swan Are. Acorn Oak Fores Alsip Marionette Park Blue Island Calumet City Chicago Heights Chicago Ridge Crete Dolton Evergreen Park Flossmoor Frankfort Grande Prairie country club Hills and Hazel Crest. Green Hills Hickory Hills and Palos Hills Harvey Homewood Lansing Matteson Mcconathy Sauk Village Midlothian Oak Lawn Orland Park Palos Heights Park Forest Prairie state College Prairie trails Burbank Reavis High school Burban Riverdale South Holland Tinley Park and Worth. Individuals or companies who wish Access to the computerized card Catalon should Contact their Home Library for detailed information on How to operate Swan according to sue Fennig reference librarian in Flossmoor. There is a a very user Friendly brochure a she promised. After the card Holder learns that the material sought is on the shelf in Lansing Oak Lawn and or Park Forest for example Fennig advised the Patron to Telephone before trying to pick it up. A computers lie everyone knows that a Fennig joked. The Patron should Call the Library to double Check the availability of the item. Fennig tells Flossmoor residents to Call the Flossmoor Library and personnel there will have the Book sent. A you should still work through your local Library a Fennig said. A we have different search they can even Hook into a National computer system. The Library May find the desired Book in Miami for example and then have it sent to Here. The idea that the Patron May be bothering the Library staff could not be farther from the truth Fennig said. A we like to do it a she said. A that s what we Are trained to the Flossmoor Library also has a computer that patrons can use within the Library to search the system wide card Catalon. The Flossmoor staff does not anticipate a a big Rush of users who want to search the suburban Catalon but Fennig said for those who have modems a a it a a Nice service we can Lansing police respond to reports Star photo by to Swisher Joan Spencer gets ready to Field inquiries from Library network computer system at the suburban Library patrons through the Swan system wide automated systems Headquarters in Burr Ridge. Woman Dies following Accident Thornton accidents last week resulted in the death of a Glenwood woman and alcohol related charges against an Indiana Man. By Pete Reynolds four Cook county sheriffs police deputies and one sergeant responsible for Security at the sixth District circuit courthouse in Markham Are under investigation by the sheriffs internal affairs unit. The investigation comes in the Wake of an incident late wednesday at the Markham courthouse in which the five officers were relieved of duty after they were accused by a supervisor of being drunk on the Job the i Star has Learned. Sources close to the investigation said thursday that the incident occurred outside courtroom 107 where a death penalty hearing was underway awaiting a verdict from jurors. Chief Edward Mehmel who is in a charge of All courthouse Security at i the Markham facility was called in and subsequently a pulled the five officers badges and sent them Home the source said. Fifteen cans of Beer were a found nearby a the source added. J Mehmel who has been chief of the unit for three months since retiring from the Illinois state police last year after 29 years of service declined specific comment on the Case. A it is All under investigation and a i done to want to see anything in the papers about this until the investigation is completed a he said Friday. He also declined to name the five a officers involved. Pronounced dead at 5 30 ., thursday at Olympia Fields osteopathic medical Center was 47-year-old Rita Burr who suffered severe so did Cook county sheriffs police sgt. Jerome Casserly director of internal affairs. But Casserly did confirm the incident saying his office would begin an investigation As soon As a the paper work on the cases was either hand delivered or mailed to his office at the Cook county building in Chicago. A we will interview All parties concerned a he said. The five officers under scrutiny were Back on the Job thursday wearing their badges the souce said. A a that a the procedure a Casserly explained. A until there a a finding in the Case we have no right to take away their jobs and income a he said. According to Casserly the five officers returned to work thursday and after Mehmel a determined that they were sober the badges were a ifs a serious because they All were on duty and they All Are Law enforcement officers a Casserly said adding a to the Best of my knowledge none of the officers underwent a breathalyzer exam before being relieved of their sheriffs deputies sometimes known As bailiffs Are responsible for Security in All courtrooms and corridors at the courthouse. They also Are responsible for handling and Transfer of prisoners Casserly said. Quot they Are police officers with full police Powers a he noted. Head injuries Early Jan. 28, when the car she was driving was struck by a train. Her husband Dennis Burr a passenger in the vehicle was released from the Hospital earlier in the week. Thornton police chief Thomas Meloni said Rita Burr was driving a 1988 Toyota West on Ridge Road at about i . Sunday and apparently failed to yield for an oncoming train at the a amp of Railroad crossing just East of Derby Road. The train Engineer told police that the flashing lights were working at the time of the collision. There Are no Gates at the Railroad crossing. The burrs vehicle was pushed North and then off the tracks. The car was destroyed chief Meloni said. No tickets have been issued As Thornton police with help from the Illinois state police Accident reconstruction team investigate the Accident. In the second incident two Indiana men escaped serious injury sunday night when their vehicle flipped several times on Derby Road. Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol illegal transportation of alcohol and reckless driving in connection with the one car Accident was 30-year-old Doug Wiseman who was behind the wheel of the 1986 Chevrolet. Wiseman of Lowell was released from Olympia Fields osteopathic medical Center last week. Released later was a passenger in the vehicle William Zander. Thornton police chief Meloni said Wiseman a vehicle left the Roadway on Derby Road one fourth of a mile West of Ridge Road at 7 45 Sunday. Wiseman was unable to control the vehicle and it rolled Over five times before coming to a Stop. Lansing police responded to a variety of complaints last week. Three vacuum cleaners valued at $486, were reported stolen from Fairfield inn 17301 Oak St. In Lansing monday afternoon. An employee for the inn told police she saw a Man put the vacuum cleaners into a car. When she called to him to Stop the Man entered the car and fled police said. In another incident a Gary ind. Woman was charged with retail theft after she allegedly tried to leave fashion Bug 16805 Torrence ave. In Lansing with $262 Worth of merchandise she had not purchased. Arrested was Lula m. Mcclain 43, of 1622 w. 9th ave. Of Gary ind. A Lansing woman and a Schererville ind. Man were arrested by Lansing police and charged with damage to Park District property after they allegedly drove cars Over the grass at Schultz Park. Charged was Kathryn p. Kenney 17, of 3239 181st St., Lansing and Christopher j. Pantoga 17, of 1603 Kennedy in Schererville. Police said the pair was observed driving their cars in the Park by an Illinois state police trooper. The trooper stopped the two in the Northwest Corner of the Park and waited the Star South Holland uses 503460 amp Assn 0746-5165 Lansing applied for Calumet City applied for publication and business office at 1526 Otto Boulevard. P o Box 157. Chicago Heights Illinois 60411 business office it 2374 w 172nd St., Lansing commons Telephone 755-6161 416-1234 Norman a. Roet ski president and publisher Lester q. Sons. Vice president amp editor James s Malden vice president amp general manager a Chicago Sun times company newspaper 26 cents per single copy subscription rates Home delivery by Star Carrier $1.70 per month $20.40 per year u. S. Mall delivery. Local Trade zone and where Star Carrier delivery is available. $21 of per year payable in Advance u. S. P. S. Zones a rates available on request second class postage paid at Chicago Heights. Illinois 60411 and at additional mailing offices until Lansing police arrived to make the arrest. Police said there were numerous tire tracks and torn up pieces of turf in the Park. Damage was estimated at $300. Two Harvey women were charged with retail theft by police on thursday after they allegedly tried to avoid paying for $282 Worth of merchandise by hiding it in a baby stroller and a diaper bag. Arrested were Susan l. Pownell 18, of 14913 Fairfield and Marykim c. Baranowski 19, of 16117 Lathrop. According to police reports a Security agent for k Mart 1733 Torrence ave., observed the women hiding a variety of items including a purse cassette tapes panty Hose and three suede Coats in the diaper bag and in the baby stroller. Poe Muter Send address changes to either Post office Box or publication address shown above. The new Belfonte profile. The hearing Aid designed to put an end to hearing Aid problems. Finally a hearing Aid that not Only helps you hear better but hear trouble free the profile from Beltane. The profile is the first hearing Aid designed to put an end to Wax clogged receivers and unreliable volume controls a the two biggest contributors to hearing Aid problems. 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