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Tinley Park Star (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Tinley Park, Illinois Police beat police Chase boy woman hits bus a 16-year-old Oak Forest youth was charged with speeding reckless driving and fleeing and eluding a police officer after he led police on an extensive Chase wednesday night police said. Because the teen Ager will not be tried As an adult police did not disclose his name. Police saw him travelling 83 Mph in a 50 Mph zone on 159th Street at 8 18 ., police said. When they tried to pull him Over he fled speeding through City streets and ignoring Stop lights and Stop signs police said. The youth nearly struck a squad car that had been parked in its path but the officer moved the car at the last second to avoid a crash police said. The Driver then turned his headlights off and continued to flee reaching speeds of More than 85 Mph along Pulaski Avenue police said. He eventually drove to a Home in the 14300 Block of Kilpatrick Avenue where his Auto struck the House police said. The youth reportedly was uninjured. Jewelry nabbed nearly $5,300 Worth of jewelry was stolen from an apartment in the 14700 Block of Kilpatrick Avenue a week ago Midlothian police said. Someone entered the buildings basement through the front door which had a faulty lock police said. The offenders then entered the apartment through a door connected to the laundry room in the basement. Once inside the burglars ransacked the master bedroom and took a 15-Inch Gold Diamond Cut necklace valued at $300 and a $5,000 Gold ring containing emeralds and Small diamonds police said. The crime occurred on april 29. A 61-year-old Orland Hills woman remained hospitalized Friday at Palos Community Hospital after her car collided with a school bus Early wednesday morning. Essie Warren 9330 Hunter dr., was travelling eastbound on 171st Street when she allegedly ran a Stop sign at 88th Avenue and struck the bus police said. The school bus driven by Mildred Jordan 55, 14151 84th ave., was moving South on 88th Avenue at the intersection of 171st Street. Witnesses told police that Warren was travelling at a High rate of Speed when the Accident occurred police said. There was Only one child on the bus when the incident occurred and he was not injured. A Hospital official said Warren is in fair and stable condition. Two Hurt in crash Palos Hills police reported last week that two cars collided and spun off the Road at 103rd Street and 82nd Avenue. The Drivers of both cars and one passenger suffered minor injuries in the crash. Kathleen Bzenich 41, of Palos Hills was attempting to make a left turn off of Erin drive onto 103rd Street when she was allegedly broadside by a jeep driven by Brian Manthey of Lynwood police said. Bionic he a sister Michele 16, also was injured in the collision. The Bien chs were transported to Palos Community Hospital for treatment while Manthey was taken to Christ Hospital. Bienick was issued a citation for allegedly failing to yield the right of Way according to Sam Nelson Palos Hills police chief. Gas City plan fuels questions concerns by Barbara v. Dargis the owner of Gas City family pantry and service station is ready to move on plans to develop a 1.5 acre parcel on the Northeast Corner of 131st Street and Lagrange Road in unincorporated Cook county. Approval to do so however must begin with a recommendation from the Palos Park plan commission because the property owner wants to Annex to the Village and change the zoning from residential to business. In anticipation of sales tax dollars the Gas station will generate mayor Rosemary Kaptur gave a preliminary nod to the Endeavor at the april 23 regular Council meeting. But at a Public hearing last week the plan commission gave no indication whether it would approve the development. Preliminary plans presented by Gas City a real estate development manager Frank Mcgurk Drew concern from plan commission chairman Ralph q. Jones. A i would like to see More of a Buffer of landscape Between Lagrange Road and the building a Jones said. Commissioners also raised questions about the business hours of the station. Ordinance stipulates a to Closing time said Village clerk Pat Jones. Mcgurk said some Gas City facilities Are open 24 hours but most close at la Based on Competition a we May make a Case for competitive hours a he said. In addition to generating a sizeable amount of sales tax dollars the facility will bring about 15 jobs to the area Mcgurk said. There Are no plans to sell alcohol package goods in the pantry he said. Gas City is developing four similar stations in Orland Hills Mokena and two in unincorporated will county. Before opening in Palos Park Gas City must receive a zoning change building permits environmental permits and the facility must be approved by the Illinois state fire Marshall. The plan commission is expected to make a recommendation on the matter at its May 17 meeting the chairman said. If All goes As planned Mcgurk plans to begin construction this summer. Crestwood mayor paves Way to future rules of the Road reviewed in courses rules of the Road review courses Are designed to give Drivers the knowledge and Confidence needed to successfully pass the Drivers License renewal examination. The course is free to everyone any age who wishes to attend. Courses assist Drivers in overcoming the fear and apprehension of taking the vision written and driving ability examinations. Also it serves As an informative reminder for people whose Drivers licenses Are not expiring in the near future. Drivers Are provided with an update on Laws and signs. The course is taught by employees of the Secretary of states office and by Volunteer instructors trained and certified by the Secretary of state. Courses will be offered a wednesday 9 30 to noon at Bloom township Center 450 Halsted St., Chicago Heights. A thursday 1-3 At Calumet City Public Library 660 Manistee. A Friday 9-11 30 . At Eastern will county senior Center 26 n. Chestnut St., Monee a May 14 9-11 30 . At Thornton township human services 333 e. 162nd St South Holland. A May 14 9 30 . To noon at Garden House 69 Park Road Park Forest. A May 16 1-3 30 At Grande Prairie Public Library 3479 w. 183rd St., Hazel Crest. A May 17 9 30 to noon at Dolton Public Library 14037 Lincoln ave. A May 17 1-3 30 At Biela Center 4545 Midlothian Turnpike Crestwood. A May 18 1-3 30 At Robbins Public Library 13822 Cental Park ave. A May 21 9 30 to noon at Ceda Friendship Center 15643 s. Wood St., Harvey. A May 21 1-3 30 At Acorn Public Library 15624 Central ave., Oak Forest. A May 22 1-3 30 At Rich township Center 22013 governors Highway Richton Park. By Mary Paleologos during a Short Board meeting thursday night Crestwood Village attorney Vincent Biskupic announced that mayor Chester Stran Czek is serving on an advisory committee that will recommend new ways to fund the nations roads and highways. The committee which is meeting in Orlando fla., will report to . Transportation Secretary Samuel Skinner on new methods to fund the maintenance repair and construction of National highways and Bridges Bik spic explained. Skinner will then report to Congress to act on a new 30-year Bill for Highway funding. A this Bill will affect who a going to pay for the construction of roads the Star Tinley Park Oak Forest Orland Park Midlothian Palos Homer township uses 099-430 amp Assn 0746-5157 publication office at 15955 Harlem Avenue. Tinley Park Illinois 60477, Telephone 687-8400 Norman a. Roslyn ski president and publisher Lester g. Sons vice president amp editor James s melded vice president amp general manager a Chicago Sun times company newspaper 35 cents per single copy subscription rate8 Home delivery by Star Carrier $2.10 per month. $25.20 per year u. S. Mall delivery local Trade zone and where Star Carrier delivery is available. $26.00 per year payable in Advance u. S. P. S. Zones a rates available on request second class postage paid Tinley Park Illinois 60477 and at additional mailing offices postmaster Send address changes to either Post office Box or publication address shown above. And Bridges throughout the country until 2020,�?� said Biskupic. Under the current Highway Trust fund Bill which expires in 1991, most of the work is financed by Federal Money. The Federal government is now seeking tax contributions from local and state sources Biskupic said. A the Federal attitude is to increase the Burden of local and state governments a he said. According to Biskupic Stranczek was chosen for the committee because of his experience in local government and his ties to the trucking Industry. In regular business Board members granted a special use permit to Michael Smukula for a body shop at 13642 s. Kenton ave. The Board will also consider issuing two special use permits for an Auto repair shop at 4742 w. 135th St. And an antique car repair shop at 4620 w. 18th St. Deangelis Phelan Square off at forum by Anita Pfeifer saturday was the first official face to face meeting in the Battle of the senator versus the lawyer. 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. 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. A 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. A 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. Pupils to gobble up offerings menus available in schools for the week Are pal08 Park Community District 118 monday Turkey Ham and cheese on an English muffin Garden vegetables frosty juice cup Mustard cookie. Tuesday hamburger on a Bun Tater barrels fruit juice Catsup. Wednesday pot Luck lunch or meatballs with Tomato sauce whipped potatoes Juicy treat bread and Margarine cookie. Thursday deep dish cheese pizza fresh fruit frosty juice cup. Friday beef hot dog on Bun hash Browns fruit juice Mustard and Catsup 8chool District 142 Oak Forest monday Turkey Ham and cheese on an English muffin Garden vegetables frosty juice cup Mustard. Tuesday hamburger on a Bun Tater barrels fruit juice Catsup. Wednesday meatballs with Tomato sauce whipped potatoes Lucy treat bread with Margarine. Thursday beef hot dog on Bun hash Browns fruit juice Mustard and Catsup. Friday deep dish cheese pizza fresh fruit frosty juice cup peppers waterbeds grand opening Sale May 9th through 12th, 1990 River place. 170th amp Torrence Avenue Lansing Illinois Eagle shopping Center. 151st amp Lagrange rd., Orland Park Queen size 4 poster waterbed spectacular Sale items 10% 50% off a waterbeds furniture and accessories marked Down every customer attending will receive a free gift free dinner for you amp mom when you buy a Complete bedroom , enter peppers drawing for a free dinner for you and your mom there is no obligation. 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