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Lansing Star (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Lansing, Illinois Obituaries John t. Burgess John t Burgess a two year resident of Tampa. Ha., formerly a 32-year resident of Harvey died thursday May 3 at his Home graveside services with military honors will be conducted at 3 . Monday at Florida National cemetery. Bushnell with disabled american veterans Post 96 of Lake Panasof Kee. Fla., officiating or Burgess was born dec 15,1929. In Chicago Heights. He was a truck Driver for Schlitz beverage co., retiring after 22 years of service. The 60-year-old Florida resident was a member of teamster local 744 of Chicago and protestant Faith Church. He was an army Veteran serving during world War ii. Or Burgess is survived by his wife. Lorraine a daughter Michele Dawn of Germany a sister Maureen Long of Harrisonburg. A. And two Brothers. Carl of Tampa and Norman of South Chicago Heights. Helen e. Prodoehl Helen e. Prodoehl. A 15-year resident of Sauk Village formerly of Chicago s Roseland neighbourhood died thursday May 3 at St. James Hospital and health centers Chicago Heights. Services will be at to . Monday at Hirschy a West end Chapel Chicago Heights with the Rev. Walter Pedersen pastor of Homewood full gospel Church officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill cemetery Chicago. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at the Chapel. Mrs. Prodoehl was born feb. La 1904, in Sweden. She was a homemaker. She is survived by two daughters Doris Kozak of Sauk Village and Elaine Grove of South Holland a sister Bertha sword of Orland Park nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Memorials May be made to the heart fund. Felix l. Stosiek Felix l. Stosiek. A 44-year resident of South Holland died thursday May 3 at Ingalls memorial Hospital. Harvey. Services were saturday with a prayer service at Den mortuary Harvey and a mass at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Harvey with the Rev. Jack Juchcinski officiating. Interment was in holy Cross cemetery Calumet City or. Stosiek was bom March 26, 1923, in Chicago. A Security officer he was an army air Force Veteran of world War ii and a member of the polish legion of american veterans Post 39 he is survived by his wife Elizabeth two daughters Connie Buttle of Frankfort and Mary Beth Rigsby of East Hazel Crest three sons Ralph and Kevin of South Holland and Brian of Riverdale two Sisters Ann mar Zenkiewicz of Calumet Park and Francis Boz la of Chicago and eight grandchildren. . Brengettcy j w Brengettcy of Markham formerly of Chicago died thursday May 3 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services will be at 8 . Tuesday at . Holt funeral Chapel Harvey with the Rev. . Smith pastor of Bethlehem Temple Baptist Church Harvey officiating. Interment will be at to . Wednesday at Burr Oak cemetery Chicago. Visitation will be from la . Until time of service tuesday at the funeral Chapel. Or Brengettcy was born feb. 9, 1924, in Elizabeth miss. He is survived by three Sisters Elizabeth Cooper of Markham Sarah Fox of Detroit and Emma Robinson of Leland miss. And two Brothers Willie of Markham and Frank of Detroit. Katie Sharon staggers Katie Sharon staggers a two year resident of Calumet City died saturday april 28 at Roseland Community Hospital Chicago. Services were thursday at Heights colonial Chapel Ford Heights with the elder Gregory Dillard pastor of Church of Christ officiating. Interment was in mount Glenwood cemetery. Katie Sharon staggers was born feb. 20, 1988, in Chicago Heights. She is survived by her Mother Diana Williams staggers of Calumet City her father Tyrone of Chicago and her grandmother Katie Shelton of Calumet City. Ernest Peden or. Ernest Peden sr., a 10-year resident of Harvey formerly of Ford Heights died thursday april 26 at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services were saturday at Cathedral of Joy Glenwood with the Rev. Samuel Hinkle officiating interment was in mount Glenwood cemetery. Or. Peden was born feb. 15, 1917, in Mississippi. He is survived by his wife Maggie a daughter Illene Davis of Harvey four sons Ernest or. Of Hopkins Park 111., Ray of Harvey Jamie of Chicago and Davis of Wisconsin 34 grandchildren and 34 great grandchildren Early love Early love a longtime resident of Dixmoor died wednesday. May 2 at Ingalls memorial Hospital. Harvey. Services will be at 8 . Today at mount Moriah missionary Baptist Church. Harvey. Interment will be at to a in. Monday at Washington memorial gardens. Homewood. Visitation will be from 3 to 6 . Today at Holt funeral Chapel Harvey. Or love was born june 16, 1927, in Belzoni miss. He is survived by his wife. Susie five daughters. Ruby Lee love of Las vegas. Dorothy Jean love and Sarah Denise love both of Dixmoor. Margaret Marie Minon of St. Louis and Susie Ann Beck of Riverdale three sons. Willie of Chicago. Early or. Of Seattle and Glenn Allen of Champaign two Sisters Jannie of Cleveland and Margaret Ward of St. Louis three Brothers. De of Markham. Houston or and Eddie both of Cleveland and 19 grandchildren. Robert g. Blick Robert g. Blick an 18-year resident of University Park formerly of Chicago and an Engineer at Ltd steel inc., Calumet City for 45 years died wednesday May 2 at St. Catherine Hospital East Chicago ind. Memorial services were conducted saturday at Hirschy a West end Chapel Chicago Heights with the Rev. Larry a. Mcclellan pastor of St. Paul Community Church Homewood officiating. Or. Blick was born nov. 15. 1926, in Chicago. He is survived by his wife Frances Nee Henry three daughters Pamela Nightingale of Orange calif., Priscilla Holly of Chandler. Ariz. And Patricia Fogle of University Park a brother George of Simsbury Conn. And two grandchildren. Memorials May be made to the american cancer society. The Star sunday May 6, 1990 Deangelis Phelan Square off at forum Czeslawa Shatkowski Czeslawa Shatkowski a 14-year resident of Calumet Park formerly of Chicago a Roseland neighbourhood and a former employee of Carl Bud dig amp co., South Holland died thursday april 26 at St Francis Hospital Blue Island services were april 28 with a divine Liturgy at St. Nicholas orthodox Church Homewood with the Rev. Boris Zabrodsky officiating. Interment was in Cedar Park cemetery Chicago. Mrs. Shatkowski was born sept. 22, 1914, in Rokito Poland. She was a member of the sisterhood at St. Nicholas orthodox Church. She is survived by her husband the very Rev. Boris Shatkowski two daughters Helen Kanabrocki of Glendale Heights and Irene Rost of Glenwood a son. Wally of Lansing and grandchildren. Elizabeth Waldschmidt Elizabeth Waldschmidt a 25-year resident of South Chicago Heights died wednesday april 25 at her Home. Private services were conducted saturday at lain Sullivan funeral Home Park Forest mrs. Waldschmidt was born sept. La 1923, in Wilkendorf Germany. A resident of South Chicago Heights since 1964, she was a retired nurse. She is survived by her husband Joseph two sons Jeff and de both of Riverdale two Sisters Maria Wendehake of Germany and Freda cur Chin of Canada a brother Kurt Neumann of Germany and five grandchildren. Memorials May be made to St. James Hospital hospice program. Dawn n. Claywell Dawn n. Claywell a longtime resident of Lansing formerly of Glenwood and an employee of Bob Evans restaurant Lansing died thursday May 3 at South suburban Hospital Hazel Crest. Services will be at la . Monday at Rose Moor funeral Home Lansing. Interment will be in Homewood memorial gardens visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at the funeral Home mrs. Claywell was born april 7, 1947, in Chicago. She is survived by a daughter Helen of Lansing and her former husband and dear Friend Michael of Glenwood. By Anita Pfeifer saturday was the first official face to face meeting in the Battle of the senator versus the Lawver. At stake is the presidency of the Cook county Board and consequent control of the boards multimillion Dollar budget. Seeking the Job for the first time each Are state sen. Aldo Deangelis a Olympia Fields and Richard Phelan a Winnetka attorney. Both men won their party a nominations in the March 20 primary. Deangelis ran unopposed As the Republican candidate while Phelan had to fight off three democratic challengers. In his run for the office Deangelis is hoping to break a 22-year reign of Power by democrats who controlled the Cook county Board president seat. Phelan is hoping to continue the tradition of a Democrat at the Helm of the Board. The two candidates appeared at a forum sponsored by the suburban councils of government in Hillside. Representatives from each of the three sponsoring groups came out to hear the candidates. The forum was a combined Effort of the South suburban mayors and managers association the Northwest municipal conference and the West Central municipal conference. The candidates spoke on issues chosen by organizers of the forum. The issues chosen As important to the member municipalities were county municipal relationships property tax Reform solid waste and county health services. Both men called for More involvement Between the suburban governments and the Cook county Board and pledged to work to achieve such a dialogue. A i think this Marks the beginning for the suburbs of a new and vitally important role in Cook county government a said Phelan. 50th reunion set for Gallistel class the reunion planning committee of Gallistel elementary school class of 1940 is seeking former classmates and teachers for the classes 50th reunion on May 12 at Rukavina restaurant 645 Torrence ave., Calumet City. So far nearly 50 former students have said they will attend the reunion. A highlight of the event will be the reunion of the classes former eighth Grade teacher Lola Ciannini Brower Mann with her students. Persons wishing More information on the reunion or to make reservations May Contact Bernice Prigge Graan at 312 375-0865 or Leonard Mulcahey at 474-6310. But when Phelan said that a Democrat would be in the Best position to bring such communication participation and change to fruition challenger Deangelis disputed him. Quot giving the disaster of Cook county Board Back to the democrats would be like giving the Exxon Valdez Back to its original Crew a Deangelis said. The two candidates differed on their views of county health service. Phelan believes it is a system that can continue with increased suburban participation while Deangelis said it was a service better left to an outside Agency. Quot health services Are not confined to the City of Chicago. The Issue of the 90s is health care a Phelan said. As health insurance costs increase people Are being left without significant medical coverage. Phelan said. The answer is through changes in medicaid. Phelan said lower Levels of eligibility and High Levels of reimbursement Are needed. But Deangelis said the current system is not helping the vast majority of those who need it. He said there is no such thing As a county wide health care system in Cook county even though residents Are paying for it county wide. Deangelis said the county does not need to build another Hospital like the one Phelan is proposing but to make use of existing available resources. A the county is not equipped to run a Hospital or a health care system a Deangelis said. A we need someone on the police arrest two on theft complaints an Indiana woman was arrested at Sears in River Oaks after allegedly biting a Security guard who tried to arrest her for shoplifting. Linda Gail Baker 36, was taken into custody by Calumet City police Friday after she allegedly stole a pair of menus jeans immediately returned them for a full Cash refund and then chomped on the right of the store detective who attempted to arrest her. The male Security guard was not seriously injured. Baker was taken to the Calumet City police department and charged with retail theft and Battery. In an incident at sport Mart Calumet City Christine Arango 27, of Calumet City was arrested and charged with retail theft after she allegedly put on a new pair of nikes placed her old shoes in the Box and on the shelf and attempted to leave the store without paying for the new shoes according to police. Wright funeral Home a a for those who care Quot for distinguished Low Cost funeral service Call us first we endorse the guardian plan program for prearranged funeral insurance Harvey Illinois phone 339-8300 adjacent to Ingalls memorial Hospital 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 the Sam tend Cor alter. That Tov gov 61 or funeral service arranged in the privacy of your Home pre arrangement pent Nee Durment and insurance no Job too big or too toll la you have a need or question Call or Alonzo Al Dov 305 i. Lit ii si., i i Cero hug la Liao 00411 708 767-6080 or 767-6060 discount prices i repair Vic on most major brands Abe distributing 1529 Chicago re Chicago hts. 754-3708 sponsors Salvage Bill for study of Lake Cal Springfield a sponsors Friday salvaged 1990 legislation ordering a Shorter More focused and less expensive study of groundwater contamination in the Uke Calumet area than one now under w3the general Assembly approved similar legislation three times in 1989 but gov. James r Thompson vetoed All three the sponsors rep Clem Balanoff a Chicago and rep. Frank Giglio a Calumet City were not Able to Muster enough votes to override the vetoes. The 1990 legislation had not been considered in committee by a Friday deadline but the House voted 84-14 to bypass committee and move the Bill to the House Bill Calls for a Multi year study by the Illinois department of Energy and natural resources that the Agency said last year could Cost As much As $1.5 million. Information on How Long this years proposed study would last and How much it would Cost was not immediately available. The Illinois environmental Protection Agency last fall launched what its officials said was a longer broader and More expensive study. Giglio and Balanoff have said a study of the Uke Calumet area which contains 50 abandoned landfills will show that contaminated groundwater is polluting Lake Michigan and nearby lakes Rivers and streams. They said the 31-Square-mile-area, whose boundaries Are 95th Street the Indiana state line 146th Street and Indiana Avenue would then automatically make the . Epars National priority list and qualify for cleanup financed by the Agency a superfund. Interstate news service Library Board begins search for administrator by Kimberly link Lansing Public Library Board of directors will seek the help of the suburban Library system to hire a new librarian. The move comes As a result of the sudden resignation recently of Veteran librarian Joanne Jensen who cited unfair treatment As her reason for quitting. Jensen who served As the head librarian for nearly 25 years charged late last month that she was the Only Library employee who did not receive a pay raise in next years municipal budget. Library Board member Terry Mckenna said that the offered to help in the search for a new librarian. A the sent us a letter knowing what happened Quot he said. The system s duties could include student charged in Battery incident a 17-year-old of North High school student was taken into custody Friday after allegedly holding a female teacher in a neck lock for several seconds. Jamie Lee Littrell 17, Calumet City was arrested and charged with Battery after the 46 year old woman reported to police that the youth had physically abused her on several other occasions grabbing her by the Waist and shaking her. Littrell the teacher said is not one of her students. According to a police spokeswoman. Littrell was charged As an adult. Advertising and interviewing for the position a a they be helped us before. They re pretty thorough Quot Mckenna said explaining that the Board made the decision to enlist the help of the at its thursday night meeting. He pointed out that the role the will play in the hiring of a new librarian could be drawn up at the May 17 Board meeting. Mckenna said that in the meantime the Board has appointed Noreen Beemsterboer As interim librarian. He explained that she previously served As a number 2 in Mckenna went on to say that the Board also met with the approximately 24 employees on the Library staff thursday a to make sure they were comfortable with the proceedings. From the meeting the Board Learned that the Library staff is not worried about the former librarians resignation affecting their work or the ability to attract a new head according to Mckenna. A we have a pretty Good Library. Its a Good Opportunity for someone who is qualified to come in and serve As librarian he explained. Former librarian Jensen had alleged that she had been under fire from some Board members As a result of the firing of the former children a librarian reportedly a Friend of a former Board member. Jensen earlier said that she decided to resign her Post after she Learned she was the Only Village employee who would not be getting a salary hike. In let a Irown funeral Home detailed to the finest where you find a living room Comfort Call family owned and operated in the same location since 1958. Where we serve your family with our personal care and concern pre paid funerals and pre arrangements Are available 849-5450 Jeff Wagner Elsie j. Brown directors b820 Lincoln ave Dolton Philip m. Brown i i Felt Julia a. Holt owner William Vav Holt owner director a Community family serving with honesty and dignity 175 West 159th Street Harvey Illinois 60426 phone 312 331-0310 residence 312 957-9088

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