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PLAINFIELD – The village of Plainfield is continuing to replace trees cut down because of emerald ash borer infestation. The village board last week waived bidding and authorized the purchase and planting of more than 200 parkway trees at a maximum cost of $85,000 from the Suburban Tree Consortium. “The impact on the ash bor-

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ComEd volunteers Maria Martino, 10, (left) and her sister, Christina Martino, 9, from Mokena were just two of the volunteers along with their father, Vito, who works for ComEd, who helped create the community garden Sunday at Warren-Sharpe Community Center, a Joliet social services center, as part of National Volunteer Week in Joliet.

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hood and buy all the crack cocaine you want, but you can’t find a head of lettuce,” Bolden said. One of the goals of the garden, which will be tended by children in programs at the center, is to promote healthy eating for families struggling to provide meals. Lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, collared greens, mustard greens and cucumbers are planned for the beds. “We’re also growing worms. I didn’t know that’s how you make dirt,” Bolden said. The front of the lot will be exposed to sunlight while a few trees were left at the back

for shade-tolerant plants. A little patch has also been cleared and a compost box set up on the side of the center so preschool students also can work the garden without having to cross Joliet Street. Volunteers spent Saturday morning moving wheelbarrows of dirt and mulch to the beds, which will be fenced in a few weeks from now. They also made a walkway with mulch and benches. “This beautifies the neighborhood, generates income, teaches the children, provides healthy food. There are so many benefits from this,” Bolden said.

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By BRIAN STANLEY JOLIET – Up until recently, Kay Bolden had never grown a plant in her life. But she’s started off batting a 1.000. The microgreens she planted in a tray last week were about 3 inches tall and visitors to the Warren-Sharpe Community Center on Saturday were encouraged to pinch a bud off the top and imagine how good a whole salad would taste from everything that will be grown across the street. Volunteers turned a vacant lot donated by the city into the first “youth-run urban farm on the south side of Joliet,” said Bolden, the center’s executive director. About 50 volunteers from ComEd, the United Way, Sodexo, the Northern Illinois Food Bank, the Joliet Police Department and the Will County Community Foundation moved dirt and mulch to build 10 raised beds of vegetables. Bolden said a farmstand will be set up to sell some vegetables to benefit the center and others will be provided with the food pantry items the center gives monthly to about 700 households. The Warren-Sharpe Center also daily provides 100 meals to low-income children from the neighborhood. “This is a food desert. You can walk around the neighbor-

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than 800 trees will be removed in the next year at a cost of $200,000. Village documents state that the emerald ash borer beetle, an invasive species native to Asia, was confirmed three years ago in Plainfield by the Illinois Department of Agriculture. The village has removed approximately 30 percent of more than 6,000 parkway Ash trees. In 2013, $193,177 was spent on removal and replacement of the trees.

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Will County mobile service finds cavities, teaches dental care By FELIX SARVER

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JOLIET – Michelle Bankston loves having her children’s teeth cleaned by Will County’s mobile dental service. The Will County Health Department offers dental service to anyone in the county their van can reach. The van’s interior looks like a dentist’s office with dental chairs and computer equipment. Close by is a waiting room with a TV playing cartoons for the children who await their cleanings. One of them was Bankston’s son, Maurice, 11, who is not a fan of the fluoride the dentists put in his mouth. But his mom thinks it’s fantastic. “My husband has private insurance but it’s terrible,” Bankston said. “With this, they bill my insurance and a grant picks up the difference, so my kids can get their teeth done. It doesn’t cost me out of pocket.” Will County has been running the mobile dental service van since late 2011, after receiving in 2010 a grant to start the program. Between 2012 and 2013, the van service has treated 1,641 patients. Funding received from the state ended in 2013, and now the program is supported by Will County, United Way, Orland Park Dental Services and Miles of Smiles. “Our goal is to serve as many patients as possible,” said Sangita Garg, dental director for Will County Community Health Center. “Some of these patients seen in the mobile van cannot get their treatment, and they are referred to a dental clinic.” The mobile van will travel to homeless shelters, women’s shelters, health fairs, schools and universities. At first, the van traveled twice a week but now goes out three times a week. Many of the patients

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“DENTISTS ON THE MOVE OUR GOAL IS PREVENTION AND EDUCATION AT A YOUNG AGE. WE TRY TO GO TO DAY CARES, AND WE TRY TO USE FLUORIDE TREATMENT TO PREVENT DISEASES.”

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Sanayiaha Lovelace, 9, has her teeth cleaned Tuesday by Dr. Erica Zolnierczyk on board the Will County Community Health Center Mobile Dental Services vehicle in University Park.

Know more For information about the Mobile Dental Unit or to schedule it to come to a facility/health fair/ event, call 815-546-4090.

The Will County Community Health Center Mobile Dental Services vehicle is parked Tuesday outside Playhouse day care in University Park. are underprivileged and come from underserved areas, Garg said.

“Some of these kids, they haven’t heard of flossing and they really need to floss and brush

their teeth,” said Lendita Istogu, a dental assistant who’s been working for the mobile service since it began. She said the service helps parents get their children ready for school and helps detect cavities early on. Sanayiaha Lovelace, 9, said she’s visited the van many times before. She’s not a fan of the numbing substances put in her mouth but she likes the treatment.

“They make my teeth clean,” she said. Lovelace goes to the Playhouse day care in University Park, which has been receiving visits from the mobile dental service for the past few years, said Bankston, the director at the day care. She said the van visits every six months. Garg said the dentists in the mobile van will do fillings and simple extractions, which they didn’t do in the first year of the service. They will also start providing preventative services such as exams and fluoride treatment. “Our goal is prevention and education at a young age,” Garg said. “We try to go to day cares, and we try to use fluoride treatment to prevent diseases.”


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Raining on the Easter Parade By JAN LARSEN Shaw Media Correspondent

JOLIET – A sea of umbrellas lined Chicago Street on Sunday afternoon as it sprinkled more than sweets during the annual Easter Parade in downtown Joliet. One of the organizers, Dave Nelson of Wish Upon a Star, said it was the 18th time they have held the event. “In the past, we’ve had as many as 170 units, but we had 90 this year,” he said. Numbers rise in a big election year, but perennials like State Sen. Patrick McGuire, D-Joliet always attend. “It’s a joy to march down the main street of my hometown and say hello to thousands of people,” Nelson said. Associate Judge Dinah Lennon Archambeault, campaigning for the Will County 2nd subcircuit judicial seat, corralled a hefty contingent of marching constituents pulled by pups dressed in “Dogs for Dinah” shirts. “One of my workers made them,” she said. The tiniest pooch was fitted with two bumper stickers over his sweater to convey the supportive message. Police estimated the crowd at about 2,400 people, a lower number than usual because of the threat of bad weather. Temperature plummeted at least 10 degrees instantaneously after the Joliet Fire Department stepped off at 2:10 p.m., but no one left early with so much candy to be caught. “A lot of people for a rainy day,” Joliet Police Officer Michael Pauly said. It didn’t mean one less iota of fun for people like Sophia Graves, whose daughter Diamon, 13, marched in Joliet Junior High’s band as son Christophe, 8, scrambled for bubble gum. “Y’all should be passing out cookies,” she yelled to the Girl Scouts. And to Dave Nelson Jewelry, “Can you throw out a couple of diamonds?”

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Richard Etienne of Channahon affixes his parade number on a restored 1931 Model 1 before Giovanni Calderon kept pulling on his collar as he waited with the Joliet Grade Schools Band to start. Sunday’s Easter Parade in downtown Joliet.

Rain didn’t stop Valarie Galindo, 5, from scrambling for sweet stuff. Easter best: The bunny came through with a shower of candy.

Joliet Attorney Tony Andreano (right) passes out balloons.


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Kyle, a high school student, started using drugs when he was just 14. He started with marijuana and moved on to illegal prescription painkillers and drinking, anything he could get his hands on. By the time he moved to Minooka with his family, he had been using drugs for two years. Within two weeks of moving to the area he had made enough “friends” to get drugs at Minooka High School and started using more than ever, said his mom, Crystal. At first Crystal was clueless about what was going on. Once she began to see the situation as it was, she hid it from her extended family because she was didn’t want to be judged. She thought people would think she was a bad parent, and she thought she had done something wrong to cause the addiction. She didn’t want to send Kyle away to rehab; she believed she could “love it out of him.” “I was clueless [at first],” Crystal said. “Had I known when he ran away, when he didn’t come home, when he turned his cellphone off [he was using drugs], I may have found help earlier.” Kyle was finally sent to Rosecrance Rehab Center’s adolescent inpatient program for 52 days and then the adolescent sober living program for eight months. He has been sober and clean for 19 months. Kyle is back in school but he makes time to speak about addiction and staying sober at various venues, including back at Rosecrance. He will speak at an upcoming anti-stigma forum at Joliet Junior College. Giving back is part of recovery and in doing so Kyle just might make a difference in someone else’s life. But when Kyle returned from rehab, his family also needed to learn different behaviors. They needed others to talk to who had gone

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JOLIET – During the 20plus years Sister Rita Greene of Joliet taught art in Guam, she developed an affinity for sunrises and for rainbows. Of the first, Greene often said she enjoyed residing in the place where the United States began each new day. Of the second, Greene likened Guam’s rainbows to Guam’s many ethnic groups. “It took many colors to make it beautiful,” said Sister Lourdes Boyer, general secretary for the Sisters of St. Francis in Joliet. “Koreans, Chinese, Japanese, Micronesians and statesiders, which is what they called her, all lived side by side in true harmony and in the democratic spirit of America.” Born fourth to an Ohio family of nine children, Greene moved to Joliet after her freshman year and completed high school at the former St. Francis Academy (now Joliet Catholic Academy). In 1938, Greene took her initial vows (and final vows in 1941) and became a full-time student at the College of St. Francis in Joliet (now University of St. Francis). Greene’s talent served the ministry, not the other way around. “My aim in religious life has never been to acquire a great name for myself as an artist, but to be of service to others,” Greene wrote 34 years ago. Greene’s artistic service began in 1940 when she began teaching kindergarten, first and second grades at the former St. Bernard Grade School in Joliet. Lourdes said the other sisters counted on Greene to keep their bulletin boards decorated. Three years later, Greene began a 10-year teaching ministry at Sacred Heart Parish in Hubbard Woods, spending part of her summers helping Guardian Angel Home in Joliet and with the Catholic Youth Organization at the Cathedral of St. Raymond in Joliet. Greene studied advanced courses at several universities, including Catholic University

in Washington, D.C., and the University of Florence in Italy. She earned her master’s degree in Fine Arts in 1958, four years after beginning to teach art at the College of St. Francis, where Boyer first met Greene. Boyer recalled how Greene, who co-taught a class with another sister, displayed an oil painting, a gift for a local doctor who had treated for free many of the sisters. “All I can remember are the beautiful colors she put on it,” Boyer said. After Greene had taught at CSF for 22 years, she read an advertisement the Diocese in Agana, Guam, had posted in the “National Catholic Reporter” requesting teachers. Greene, Boyer said, felt she needed a change, as well as some adventure. “God’s world is filled with wonders and I wanted to continue to be aware of them,” Lourdes said Greene had written, “especially as an artist.” Greene taught high school art in Guam for two years, then returned to Joliet where she taught for a year seminarians at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Romeoville and then coordinated the art program at the Franciscan Learning Center in Joliet. But, Lourdes said, Greene missed Guam. So in 1981, Green returned to her beloved Guam and taught until 1989. She then directed a media center and served as librarian for a school in Agana until 2002, when her health began to fail. She returned to Joliet, moving into Our Lady of Angels Retirement Home. Greene could no longer make art, but her artistic nature and service to others still blossomed. “When she was still able to walk around, she became known as the official chauffeur of the wheelchair bound,” Boyer said. “She would push the other sisters into the dining room. That was when she was in her 80s.”

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OBITUARIES NANCY A. BACZYNSKI NEE: JANISZEWSKI Age 50, passed away Saturday April 12, 2014, at Presence St. Joseph Medical Center. Survived by her husband Joseph L. Baczynski Jr.; step mother Diane Janiszewski; siblings Debra Winters, Susan (Steve) Derry, Kevin (Cheryl) Barry, Kelly (Michelle VanEaton) Douglas, Liz (Tom) Chada, John (Susan) Barry; special friend Anna (Mike) Samec; loving dogs Kilo and Montana. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Preceded in death by her parents John W. Janiszewski and Shirley (Samulski) Janiszewski. Born in Chicago, IL living in Channahon for the past 7 years. Visitation will be held, Monday April 14, 2014, from 4:00-9:00 p.m. at the Blackburn-Giegerich-Sonntag Funeral Home. As per Nancy's wishes cremation rites will follow the service. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Will County Humane Society, 215 Seil Rd., Shorewood, IL 60404 would be appreciated.

THOMAS C. BONNER Age 71, passed away Saturday April 12, 2014, at Presence St. Joseph Medical Center. Survived by his loving children Ted (Kathy) Bonner, Don (Dawn) Bonner and Debi Bonner; beloved grandchildren Christopher, Jacob, Brandon, Justin, Cameron, Aaron and Addison; one sister Judy (Donald) Bedford; brother-in-law James Ingersoll; his little buddies Lily and Jax. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Reunited in spirit with his wife, Phyllis M. (Fance) Bonner; one son Thomas Bonner Jr.; mother, Lois Blount; sister, Carolyn Ingersoll; brother, Harlen Bonner. Born in Joliet, Thomas lived in Breckenridge, CO for a few years and loved being in the mountains, moving back to Joliet to raise his family. Retired from Golden Eagle and Ceco Steel. Visitation will be held Tuesday

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y April 15, 2014, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Blackburn-GiegerichSonntag Funeral Home. As per his wishes cremation rites in accord.

EUGENE J. BROZMAN Age 82, passed away Friday, April 11, 2014, with his loving family by his side. Born in Rockdale. He was a US Veteran of the Korean War. Retired from Thomas Steel after 35 years of loyal service. He enjoyed spending time with his loving family and attending Joliet Slammers Baseball Games. Preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Marlene. Survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Patricia Ann (nee Koral) Brozman; two daughters, Jody (Marty) Palya and Sally Brozman; one son, John (Kathe) Brozman; his grandchildren, Aaron, Sarah, Tasha and Daniel; step-grandchildren, Cassandra, Kendall and Payton and four great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held from the Blackburn-Giegerich-Sonntag Funeral Home 1500 Black Road Joliet on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 9:30 am to the Cathedral of St. Raymond for a mass at 10:00 am. Visitation at the funeral home on Tuesday morning from 8:00 am until 9:30 am. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family would be appreciated. Arrangements by: Tapella. Funeral Services @

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PATRICIA R. DAFFARA Patricia R. Daffara (nee Biesiada), at rest on Thursday, April 10, 2014. Patricia is survived by her loving children, Michael (Pam) West and Debbie Berry; cherished grandchildren, Courtney (the late John) Simpson, Shawn (fiancée Adrianna) West, and Dru Berry; dear great-grandchildren, Kerrigan Simpson, Easton West, and Kiley Van Leeuwen; and good friends, Jyme Ann and Jim Perry. Preceded in death by her husband, James Daffara; parents, Walter and Irene (nee Rakowski) Biesiada; brother, Walter E. Biesiada; and grandson-in-law, John Simpson. Patricia lived her life through her grandkids and great-grandkids. She enjoyed taking trips to Las Vegas, most of all she loved her family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Patricia's name to Leukemia & Lymphoma Research Foundation or Alzheimer's Disease Research Foundation. A Celebration of Patricia's life will be held with a gathering of family and friends on Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. at the South Side Civic Club, 1214 Oakland Avenue, Joliet. Per Patricia's wishes, cremation rites have been accorded. There will be no visitation or services at the funeral home. Obituary and Tribute Wall for Patricia R. Daffara at www.tezakfuneralhome.com or for information, 815-722-0524. Arrangements entrusted to:

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Born: Sept. 3, 1930; in Joliet Died: April 12, 2014; in Joliet Frank E. "Bunny" Kern, age 83. At rest Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the Emeritus of Joliet Courtyard. Born September 3, 1930 in Joliet and a lifetime resident. Employed as an engineer with ComEd for 42 years, retiring in 1992. Member of the Church of St. Jude, Joliet.

Lilia M. Munoz (nee Molina) age 92, died peacefully on Saturday, April 12, 2014 surrounded by her loving family. Born on January 13, 1922 in Alice, TX, to the late Luciano and Martina (nee Chapa) Molina. Lilia is survived by her loving daughters, Eloisa (Emilio) Abeyta of Lubbock, TX, Gloria (Albert) Barajas of Aurora IL, Alicia (fiancé, Jose

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Age 90, of Lockport, passed away on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at his home. He was born in Harrisburg, IL, living in the area since 1942. Retired from Caterpillar in 1994 after 33 years of service. Member of the Lockport fraternal Order of the Moose Lodge #1557, he loved to read, play Euchre, was very handy and he was also a part-time farmer. Preceded in death by his parents William and Lizzie (Smith) Sugg; sisters Ailene Metcalf, Edna Wicklund, Eva Eveland and Fleda Englby; brothers Jim Dalton, Royal Sugg, Ronald Sugg and William Sugg. Survived by his loving wife of 66 years, Bernice (Olha); his children Sharon (the late Richard) Olson and Raymond W. (Natalie) Sugg; grandchildren Carolyn (William) Burke, Richard (Sheila) Olson, Steven Sugg, Eric (Vanessa) Sugg and Crystal (Mark) Heintzelman and 14 great-grandchildren. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Joliet Area Community Hospice would be appreciated. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 16th, 10:30 am from the O'NEIL FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 1105 E. 9TH ST. (159TH ST.), LOCKPORT to St. John Vianney Church, Lockport for Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 am. Entombment Resurrection Cemetery, Romeoville. Visitation at the funeral home on Tuesday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Family and friends may sign the online guest book or attain directions at: www.oneilfuneralhome.com

Phyllis Frelich, a Tony Award-winning deaf actress who starred in the Broadway version of “Children of a Lesser God,” has died. She was 70. Frelich, died Thursday at their home in Temple City, Calif., her husband, Robert Steinberg, said. She suffered from a rare degenerative neurological disease called Phyllis Frelich progressive supranuclear palsy, or PSP, for which there are no treatments, he said. “She was extraordinary, the finest sign language actress there ever was,” he said. “We were married for 46 years. I would have been happy with 46 more.” A native of Devils Lake, N.D., Frelich graduated from the North Dakota School for the Deaf and Gallaudet College – now Gallaudet University – in Washington, D.C. She was the oldest of nine deaf children born to deaf parents. She joined the National Theatre of the Deaf where she met Steinberg, who worked as a scenic and lighting designer on several plays by Mark Medoff. The couple inspired Medoff to create “Children of a Lesser God,” which follows the relationship between a deaf woman and a teacher at a school for the deaf. Frelich won a Tony in 1980 for her Broadway portrayal of Sarah Norman, the deaf woman at the heart of the play.

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Martinez), Nino, and Anne (fiancé, Jesse Pena) Camacho; adored sons, Rene (Judy), Ruben (Claudia), Jose (Rosie) of Houston, TX, and Raul (Julie) Munoz; numerous beloved grandchildren,great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Noelia Spentzos of Corpus Christi, TX, Connie Robles of San Antonio, TX, Nora Morales of Houston, TX; dearest friend, Angelina Nino; and loving niece, Stella Ruiz of Aurora, IL; and devoted goddaughters, Rose Juarez and Estella Figuora; and daughtersin-law, Mary Juarez Munoz and Rachel Hernandez Munoz. Preceded in death by her husband of 70 years, Juan R. Munoz; sons, Ernesto in infancy, Eulalio Munoz, Juan Munoz Jr. (Ese), and Ricardo Munoz; brothers, Jose, Lupe, and Raul Molina; and sisters, Zoila Paez, Maria Aguirre, Anita Enriquez, and Celia Perez; granddaughters, Melissa Anne Camacho and Eloisita Gonzalez (in infancy). A special thank you to Joliet Area Community Hospice, especially Susan Schnukel and Terry Gallagher; the entire staff at Sunny Hill Nursing Home and 5th Avenue for the care and kindness they provided to our mother; Nurses, Heather Schoolcraft, Teresa Daniels, Eric Washington, Lori Hilliard, and Alice Metcalf; Special Angels, Christina Guzman, Graciela Duarte, Sandra Taran, Ning Noraga, and Latoya Martin. In lieu of flowers donations in Lilia's name to Sunny Hill Nursing Home in Joliet or Joliet Area Community Hospice would be appreciated. A Celebration of Lilia M. Munoz's life will begin on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, with prayers in the funeral home chapel at 9:10 a.m. then driving in procession to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, 205 E. Jackson Street, Joliet for a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Visitation will be on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, at Tezak Funeral Home, 1211 Plainfield Road, Joliet, IL from 2:00-8:00 p.m. Obituary and Tribute Wall for Lilia M. Munoz at www.tezakfuneralhome.com or for information, 815-722-0524.

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, Joliet. Preceded in death by his loving OBITUARIES wife, Florence M. (nee Timoney) (2008); his father, Frank E. Kern, Sr. • Continued from page 12 (1960); mother, Bernice L. (nee Cherven) Kern (1999); one THOMAS M. “TOM” daughter, Debra L. Sing (1998); brother, Jack Kern. HAVIDICH Survived by two daughters, Sharon A. (Randy) Alling of Age 90, passed away peacefully Channahon and Susan M. (Steve) at The Inn at Willow Falls in Crest Canupp of Marion, Il; one son, Terry Hill on Friday, April 11, 2014. Tom L. (Mary) Kern of Joliet; was a lifelong resident of Lockport. grandchildren, Stephanie (Fred) Survived by his two daughters; Kappel, Shawna Berg, Evan Alling, Michele (Jay Starner) Gantzert of Jordan (Michael) Driscoll, Eryn Elwood, Jennifer (Haeger) Long of (Mike) Ruffatto, Jennifer, Emily and Keller TX, three cherished Brandon Kern, Sara (Brandon) grandchildren; Trevor, Briggs and Paialii; five great-grandsons, Fred, Devin Long of Keller, TX, one sister; Matt, Andrew, Daniel and Alex; Dolores Bebej of Joliet. Numerous numerous nieces and nephews. nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral Services for Frank E. Preceded in death by his wife of "Bunny" Kern will be Wednesday, 62 years; Margaret (McFadden) April 16, 2014, at 9:45 a.m. from the Havidich (2013), his parents; Paul Fred C. Dames Funeral Home, 3200 and Frances (Brelich) Havidich, two Black at Essington Rds., Joliet to the brothers; Frank and Bernard Church of St. Jude for a Mass of “Bernie” Havidich and one sister; Christian Burial to be celebrated at Anne Miller. 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, He retired after 40 years as a memorials in his name to Angels route salesman for Beatrice Grace Hospice would be Foods/Meadow Gold Dairy. He also appreciated. Private entombment worked as a toll taker on the IL Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation tollway road system and as a ranger Tuesday 4:00-7:00 p.m. For more at Prairie Bluff Golf Course. information: (815) 741-5500 or Tom served honorably in the Army www.fredcdames.com Air Corp during WWII as a radio technician on the B-24s as part of the 456th Liberator Bomb Group stationed in Cerignola Italy. In keeping with his wishes, cremation rights have been accorded. No services were held. Private interment with full military honors will take place at a later date at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood. Anyone wishing to make memorial contributions in Tom's name may LILIA M. MUNOZ do so to Senior Services of Will Born: January 13, 1922; in Alice, TX County (Meals on Wheels). Died: April 12, 2014; in Joliet


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Tough tax votes loom in Illinois By KERRY LESTER The Associated Press

SPRINGFIELD – Faced with an expected $3 billion budget hole from an expiring income tax increase, Illinois lawmakers are grappling with whether to raise taxes to avoid major cuts to schools and social services next year. With six weeks left in the spring session, Democrats must weigh the political risks of extending a tax hike in a year Republicans are making streamlined government spending a focal point in their campaigns for governor and legislative seats. Lawmakers could make the 2011 temporary income tax increase permanent or change the state’s tax code from a “flat” tax, where everyone pays the same rate, to a progressive system, which taxes higher earners more. House Speaker Michael Madigan last week abandoned a third proposal that he’d floated, to boost education funding by tacking a 3 percent surcharge on all earned income over $1 million. Madigan couldn’t get enough votes to push his plan through the House, despite a Democratic supermajority of 71 members. Beyond the partisan divide, the Democratic caucuses in the House and Senate face internal battles. “Outsiders think that as a Democratic majority we’re monolithic,” said state Rep.

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Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, listens to lawmakers April 1 during a House committee hearing at the Capitol in Springfield. Faced with an expected $3 billion budget hole from an expiring income tax increase, Illinois lawmakers are grappling with whether to raise taxes to avoid major cuts to schools and social services next year. Jack Franks of Marengo, who was one Democratic vote against the millionaires tax, and is opposed to the other two tax proposals as well. All 118 state representatives and 19 of 59 state senators are seeking re-election. During his budget address last month, Gov. Pat Quinn warned of “extreme and radical” cuts if the state’s current personal income tax rate of 5 percent drops to 3.75 percent as scheduled on Jan. 1. For weeks, agency heads have appeared before appropriations committees and spelled out doomsday scenarios if the tax expires, including the forced layoffs of 13,000 teachers across the state, higher univer-

sity tuition and the closure of 10 historic sites. Madigan has said he wants to “resolve” the issue of extending the tax increase before the end of the spring session May 31, a plan Senate Democrats say they support, if the proposal first starts in the House. “The Senate as an institution is designed to be able to take more difficult political positions,” Sen. Don Harmon said, referring to the chamber’s lengthier terms. “Yet, with an issue as delicate as taxes there is a reluctance to take a vote unless there’s some certainty that we’ll cross the finish line.” Republicans vow to fight an extension of the higher income

at Starved Rock State Park in north central Illinois, where pelicans are stopping along the Illinois River. He said people are more accustomed to seeing pelicans in Florida or other ocean-front locales. That’s because white pelicans winter on the coasts. But they always fly north in the spring to nest along waterways in Canada, the Great Plains and

western mountain states. Williams said the birds have shifted their migration eastward over time, and have been seen in central Illinois for about 20 years.

tax. “I believe these taxing positions Democrats have taken are going to drive more businesses and job creators out of the state,” House GOP Leader Jim Durkin said. “No one’s ever going to convince me we have a revenue problem.” David Yepsen, director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, said it’s advantageous for the Legislature to act on the extension of the tax increase sooner rather than later. “It has to be done, it’s not going to get any easier the longer they wait,” Yepsen said. An alternative proposal being debated by the Legislature is a major overhaul of the state’s income-tax structure that would move to a graduated system that would require more from the wealthy. The graduated income tax system is used by the federal government and 34 states. The Illinois constitution currently mandates a flat tax for all income levels, so a graduated tax would require a constitutional amendment. But lawmakers adjourned Thursday without addressing the issue. Both chambers would have to approve the resolution by a three-fifths vote by May 4 to place the question on the ballot for this fall’s election. The chances of that happening are unclear. An earlier proposal by state Rep. Naomi Jakobbson

of Champaign was voted down in committee, but two complementary proposals are still circulating in the House and Senate. One of those proposals, from Chicago Democratic state Rep. Christian Mitchell, has picked up 40 co-sponsors in recent days, indicating there is appetite for the proposal in the House as well as the more progressive Senate. A Better Illinois, which has the support of a number of the state’s public employee unions, has gathered 250,000 signatures in support of the effort, spokesman Kelly Steele said. Recent polls by the Paul Simon Institute and others that show state residents are more supportive of a progressive tax than keeping the income tax increase in place, said Anders Lindall of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. Even so, “if it’s ultimately the will of the leaders we’ll support the permanent extension,” Lindall said. But Republicans say it’s a tax increase in disguise, accusing Democrats of going back on their word that the income tax hike would be temporary. They plan to use that as a talking point in campaigns for a handful of state Senate seats. “I suspect many of their own constituents feel they’re paying more than enough money to government,” Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno said.

she tried to grab his car keys in an attempt to keep him from driving while intoxicated. Prosecutors said 30-year-old Jesus Quinones Jr. of the Logan Square neighborhood attacked his 72-year-old mother around 2:45 a.m. Saturday. The Chicago Sun-Time reported that a neighbor witnessed the attack and phoned police. According to an arrest report,

the woman was found on a porch with blood on her face. The report says her son was in the backyard and was combative with officers. The woman was treated at a hospital for bruises and cuts to her face. A judge ordered Quinones held in lieu of $250,000 bail. It was not immediately clear the man already had a lawyer.

STATE BRIEFS White pelicans migrating through Illinois UTICA – Bird watchers are having a field day as American white pelicans make their annual migration through Illinois. The (LaSalle) News-Tribune reported that the large birds are also provoking surprise among people who don’t expect to see them this far north. Tom Williams is a volunteer

Chicago man accused in beating of mother CHICAGO – A Chicago man is accused of slamming his mother’s head into a sidewalk after

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2001 memo called death row decision ‘political’ The ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO – City of Chicago attorneys believed that a decision by prosecutors to release one man from death row and charge another with murder in the case was “political,” according to a 2001 memo obtained by a Chicago newspaper. The memo, obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times, was written as the city was deciding whether to settle or fight a lawsuit brought by Anthony Porter, who had served 16 years on death row for a 1982 double murder until another man, Alstory Simon, confessed to the crimes in a videotaped statement. Porter was released in 1998, just days before his scheduled execution, and his case helped lead former Gov. George Ryan to halt all executions in Illinois. Simon was convicted and sentenced to 37 years in pris-

on. But he later recanted his confession, alleging he was coerced into making it by a private investigator working with Northwestern University journalism students, who promised Simon he would get an early release and a share of the riches from book and movie deals. Cook County Prosecutor Anita Alvarez announced last October that her office would re-examine Simon’s conviction. The four-page memo does not say how the four city attorneys concluded that the decisions in the case were political. But it said prosecutors decided the case “should be put to rest” partly because of negative publicity over the death penalty. It also said there still was compelling evidence against Porter, but the state’s attorney’s office was comfortable releasing Porter because he served some prison time.

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ELGIN – To mark the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination next year, an Illinois man is constructing a full-size replica of the funeral train car that carried the president’s body from Washington, D.C., to his final resting place in Springfield. David Kloke is leading an effort to recreate the historic funeral procession attended by 3 million Americans who camped by train tracks waiting for the fallen president in 1865. The train car is scheduled for completion by 2015, kicking off a nationwide traveling exhibit tour, The Arlington Heights Daily Herald reported. Kloke is the owner of Kloke Locomotive Works in Elgin, a business that builds historic trains. Planning for the project began about five years ago when Kloke, with the help of about a dozen volunteers, began reviewing drawings and

photographs of the original car in his shop. He said the plan is to have a historic locomotive pull the car from Washington to Baltimore. It then will be trucked to Springfield for display in May. After that, the exhibit tour will begin when the train car travels across the country. Dubbed “The Lincoln Special,” the original train car was built in 1864 with the intention that it would be an office car for the president. Lincoln never used it, saying it was too fancy during war time. The car burned in a prairie fire in Minnesota in 1911. Bill Werst, executive director of The Lincoln Train Project, a nonprofit group created to fund the project, said the train will be put on rails and available for visitors to ride. The group has raised more than $100,000 for the project, but needs about $600,000 total. Werst said he is confident they will raise enough money to complete the project.

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NATION&WORLD 3 dead after suburban KC shooting By MARIA SUDEKUM The Associated Press OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – A man opened fire outside a Jewish community center on Sunday, killing two people before driving over to a retirement community a few blocks away and killing someone else, authorities said. Police arrested the suspect in the parking lot of a nearby elementary school shortly after the shootings, which happened minutes apart at around 1 p.m. in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park. Authorities declined to release the names of the suspect or the victims, pending the notification of their relatives. At a news conference, Overland Park police Chief John Douglass said the suspect is in his 70s, is not from Kansas and wasn’t known to area law enforcement before the attacks. He also said there is no indication that the suspect knew any of the victims. “Today is a sad and very

tragic day,” Douglass said. “As you might imagine we are only three hours into this investigation. There’s a lot of innuendo and a lot of assertions going around. There is really very little hardcore information.” Douglass said the suspect made several statements to police, “but it’s too early to tell you what he may or may not have said.” He also said it was too early in the investigation to determine whether there was an anti-Semitic motive for the attacks or if they will be investigated as hate crimes. The Jewish festival of Passover begins Monday. “We are investigating it as a hate crime. We’re investigating it as a criminal act. We haven’t ruled out anything. ... Again, we’re three hours into it,” he said. Douglass said the first attack happened in a parking lot behind the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City. The attacker shot two males. One died at the scene and the other died at a hospi-

Pope poses for ‘selfies’ after Palm Sunday homily By FRANCES D’EMILIO The Associated Press VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis, marking Palm Sunday in a packed St. Peter’s Square, ignored his prepared homily and spoke entirely off-the-cuff in a remarkable departure from practice. Later, he continued to stray from the script by hopping off his popemobile to pose for “selfies” with young people and also sipping tea passed to him from the crowd. In his homily, Francis called on people, himself included, to look into their own hearts to see how they are living their lives. “Has my life fallen asleep?” Francis asked after listening

to a Gospel account of how Jesus’ disciples fell asleep shortly before he was betrayed by Judas before his crucifixion. “Am I like Pontius Pilate, who, when he sees the situation is difficult, washes my hands?” He sounded tired, frequently pausing to catch his breath, as he spoke for about 15 minutes in his homily during Palm Sunday Mass, which solemnly opens Holy Week for the Roman Catholic Church. Francis seemed to regain his wind after the 2½ hour ceremony. He shed his red vestments atop his plain white cassock, and chatted amiably with cardinals dressed more formally than he at that point.

tal. He said the suspect then drove to the nearby retirement community, Village Shalom, where he shot and killed a female. The gunman also shot at two other people during the attacks, but missed them, Douglass said. Douglass said a shotgun was used in the attacks, and that investigators are also trying to determine if a handgun and assault-style rifle may also have been used. Police officers were also sent to other Jewish facilities in the area immediately after the shootings, the police chief said. “We’re not going to give the specifics. ... I can tell you as much as this. Immediately when we learned we had an active shooter we dispatched vehicles to secure and surveil

all the active Jewish facilities in the city and other religious institutions which are not Jewish,” he said. The suspect was taken to the Johnson County Detention Center. Johnson County District Attorney Stephen Howe, who attended the news conference along with Barry Grissom, U.S. Attorney for Kansas, said it was too soon to know when the suspect would appear in court. The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City in Overland Park posted on its Facebook page Sunday afternoon that a “shooting incident” happened near its White Theater entrance. “Everyone participating in JCC programming has been released to their homes,” the center posted later Sunday.

There was a heavy police presence at the campus, which spans several acres in an affluent area of Johnson County. Police had also taped off the entrance to Village Shalom on Sunday afternoon, and several patrol cars and a crime scene unit van were parked in front. President Barack Obama released a statement expressing his grief over the attack. “While we do not know all of the details surrounding today’s shooting, the initial reports are heartbreaking,” Obama said. “I want to offer my condolences to all the families trying to make sense of this difficult situation and pledge the full support from the federal government as we heal and cope during this trying time.”

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AREA LEGISLATORS

President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500 202-456-1414 Comment: 202-456-1111

Geneva, IL 60134 630-232-7104

Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-7419

332 Cannon House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 202-225-2976

Gov. Pat Quinn 207 Statehouse Springfield, IL 62706 800-642-3112

Adam Kinzinger, R (16th District) 628 Columbus St., Suite 507 Ottawa, IL 61350 815-431-9271

Christine Radogno, R-Lemont (41st District) 1011 State St., Suite 210 Lemont, IL 60439 630-243-0800

U.S. SENATORS

1221 Longworth House Office Bldg. Washington D.C. 20515 202-225-3635

Dick Durbin, D-Ill. 230 S. Dearborn, Suite 3892 Chicago, IL 60604 312-353-4952 711 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-2152 Mark Kirk, R-Ill. 230 S. Dearborn, Suite 3900 Chicago, IL 60604 312-886-3506 387 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-2854

U.S. REPRESENTATIVES Bobby L. Rush, D (1st District) 3235 147th St. Midlothian, IL 60445 708-385-9550 2268 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 202-225-4372 Robin Kelly, D (2nd District) 600 Holiday Plaza Dr., Suite 505 Matteson, IL 60445 708-679-0078 2419 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 202-225-0773 Daniel William Lipinski, D (3rd District) Central Square Bldg. 222 E. 9th St., 109 Lockport, IL 60441 815-838-1990 1717 Longworth House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 202-225-5701 Bill Foster, D (11th District) 195 Springfield Ave., Suite 102 Joliet, IL 60435 815-280-5876 1224 Longworth House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 202-225-3515 Randy M. Hultgren, R (14th District) 1797 W. State St., Suite A

STATE SENATORS Napoleon Harris, D-Flossmoor (15th District) 369 E. 147th St., Unit H Harvey, IL 60426 708-893-0552 M-108 Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8066 Donne E. Trotter, D-Chicago (17th District) 8729 S. State St. Chicago, IL 60619 773-933-7715 627 Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-3201

108A Statehouse Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-9407 Linda Holmes, D-Aurora (42nd District) 76 S. LaSalle St., Unit 202 Aurora, IL 60505 630-801-8985 129 Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-0422 Pat McGuire, D-Joliet (43rd District) 2200 Weber Road Crest Hill, IL 60403 815-207-4445 118 Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8800 Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, D-Shorewood (49th District) 15300 Route 59, Unit 202 Plainfield, IL 60544 815-254-4211

Michael E. Hastings, D-Orland Park (19th District) 813 School Road Matteson, IL 60443 708-283-4125

617D Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-0052

307A Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-9595

Thaddeus Jones, D-Calumet City (29th District) 1910 Sibley Blvd. Calumet City, IL 60409 708-933-6018

Michael G. Connelly, R-Naperville (21st District) 1725 S. Naperville Road, Suite 200 Wheaton, IL 60189 630-682-8101 M103E State Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8192

Sue Rezin, R-Morris (38th District) 103 Fifth Street PO Box 260 Peru, IL 61354 815- 220-8720 309I Capitol Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-3840 Toi Hutchinson, D-Olympia Fields (40th District) 222 Vollmer Road, Suite 2C Chicago Heights, IL 60411 708-756-0882 121C Capitol Bldg.

STATE REPRESENTATIVES

240-W Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8087 Elgie R. Sims Jr., D-Chicago (34th District) 8729 S. State St. Chicago, IL 60619 773-783-8800 200-1S Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-6476 Renée Kosel, R-New Lenox (37th District) 19201 S. LaGrange Road, Suite 204 B Mokena, IL 60448 708-479-4200 219-N Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-0424

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ANOTHER VIEW

Declining north woods numbers a concern If you like to vacation in Wisconsin’s northwoods, the latest census estimates showing that 14 of Wisconsin’s 16 northernmost counties lost population the past three years can be seen as a positive. After all, fewer people means more wide open spaces for hunting, fishing, boating, etc. But those numbers are far less comforting to those living in northern Wisconsin. Fewer people in those communities means fewer jobs, smaller and maybe fewer schools and a less attractive future for young people contemplating where they want to spend their adult lives. Northern Wisconsin is a beautiful place, and most wouldn’t want to see it overrun by a growing population. We should want it to grow enough to keep it viable so permanent residents can make a decent living. That’s hard to sustain when more people die or move out than are born or move in. According to the nonpartisan Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance, 83 percent of the 220 rural school districts had enrollment declines from 2000-10. Nearly a quarter of them saw enrollments drop by more than 20 percent. Another Taxpayers Alliance report found that from 2001-10, Wisconsin lost as much as $8 billion as a result of more people leaving the state than

moving here. The just-ended brutal winter may not make things better. The WTA study found that some of our losses are retirees with money leaving for warmer climes. While the average income of all Wisconsin movers from 2001-10 was about $48,000, the average of the 30,000 Wisconsinites moving to Florida was almost $82,000. Dane County, home of the state government and the flagship university UW-Madison, saw its population grow by 4.3 percent from 2010-13, figures show. That’s by far the largest percentage growth of the 72 counties – Eau Claire and Trempealeau counties tied for second at 2.6 percent growth. This issue needs far more deliberation than the usual election-year blather. Scott Walker has made job growth the cornerstone of his governorship. If Democratic challenger Mary Burke hopes to win, she’ll have to not only explain where he has slipped up but convince us that she’d chart a better course. It’s not an easy task. Technology makes it easier to milk cows and make most products with fewer people. The lure of big cities such as Minneapolis, Chicago, etc., keeps calling our college graduates.

– Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

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• LEGISLATORS Continued from page 17 Al Riley, D-Olympia Fields (38th District) 3649 W. 183rd St., Suite 102 Hazel Crest, IL 60429 708-799-4364 262-W Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-558-1007 Darlene Senger, R-Naperville (41st District) 401 S. Main St., Suite 300 Naperville, IL 60540 630-420-3008 211-N Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-6507 John Anthony, R-Plainfield (75th District) 3605 N. State Route 47, Suite F PO Box 808 Morris, IL 60450-0808 815-416-1475 201-N Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-5997 Kate Cloonen, D-Kankakee (79th District) 1 Dearbourn Square Suite 419 Kankakee, IL 60901 815-939-1983

235-E Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-5981

Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8028

Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights (80th District) 195 W. Joe Orr Road, Suite 201 Chicago Heights, IL 60411 708-754-7900

Emily McAsey, D-Romeoville (85th District) 209 W. Romeo Road Romeoville, IL 60446 815-372-0085

271-S Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-1719

237-E Stratton Office Bldg. Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-4179

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Lincoln-Way East girls dominate at invite By CURT HERRON cherron@shawmedia.com NEW LENOX – There’s obviously a different look to Lincoln-Way East’s girls track and field team this season from last year’s Class 3A championship squad. Aaliyah Brown, who captured six individual titles and was part of three winning relays while earning 15 state medals, is now at Texas A&M. But coach Wendy Hegarty’s squad has most of its other top performers back from a year ago, which makes another title run a real possibility. The Griffins showed off for the first time in an outdoor invite when they took part in Saturday’s Knight Invitational at Lincoln-Way Central. East won four individual events on the track, three relay races and three field events to easily dominate the 10-team meet, which was not scored. “Obviously, we lost Aali-

yah to graduation, but we have everyone else back,” Hegarty said. “And I feel like we have some good people that we’ll be able to put into the relays. “We’re using Saturday invites like this one to figure out what we’re going to do. We’ve got some people and also some depth so where’s the best places to fit everybody.” The Griffins return the other three runners who competed along with Brown on the first-place 4x100 and 4x200 relay squads in Charleston. They are Alexis Hyshaw, Alexis Pierre-Antoine and Asia Brown and the trio were, not surprisingly, near the top in many of Saturday’s events. In the 100, Hyshaw (11.2 seconds) was first and Pierre-Antoine (12.1 seconds) was second. In the 200, Hyshaw (24.1 seconds) won while Brown (24.9 seconds) was the runner-up. Brown also took first in the 400 (58.6 seconds) while

the 4x100 (48.1 seconds), 4x200 (1:44.1) and 4x400 (4:07.4) relays also won, and the 4x800 (10:08.7) was second. Pierre-Antoine also won the 100 hurdles (14.9 seconds), Alyssa Vogt was second in the 800 (2:29.7) and Sydney Barerra took third in the 300 hurdles (50.4 seconds). East also got wins in field events from Rosemary Ogbonna in the discus (115-10), Julia Junkroski in the pole vault (116) and Ololade Ayoola in the high jump (5-6). Leading the way for Central was Ashley Raehsler, who won the 300 hurdles (49.1 seconds) and took second place in the long jump (17-7.5). Also for coach Matt Bowden’s team, Jenna Diers placed third in the 800 (2:31.0) while Faith Rudnick finished fourth in the 400 (1:01.7). In the 3,200, Mallory Johnson (12:26.7) beat out Taylor Martinez (12:33.8) for third while in the 1,600, Madison

Smith (5:29.1) was fourth and Liz Venezio (5:37.5) took fifth. Danielle Knowlton was fourth in the pole vault (9-0) while Bri Tomnitz turned in the same finish in the high jump (5-2.1) for the hosts. “It was a good day overall,” Bowden said. “What I liked seeing from my team was that we were scoring or competing very well in a number of different events. “Ashley won the 300 hurdles and was second in the long jump. And our sprint relays are running times that are faster than we ran at the end of the year last year.” Providence was led by Emma Griffiths, who took third in the 400 (1:01.7), and Gianna Lullo, who placed third in the pole vault (9-0.1). Melanie Olson turned in fifth-place efforts in both the 400 (1:02.3) and the 200 (26.1 seconds) for coach Tom Lenahan’s squad. Also for the Celtics, Rebec-

ca Sidler tied for fourth in the 100 (12.3 seconds) while Clare O’Donnell took fifth in the 3,200 (12:49.1). “All of the girls had pretty good times fighting through the wind,” Lenahan said. “We’ve got a good distance group and also good sprinters and jumpers, so we’re pretty strong. “We have a lot of girls who were close to making it downstate last year. And we had a strong indoor season with five girls qualifying for the state meet so they’re motivated.” Coach Dom DeLuca’s Lincoln-Way West team was paced by Natalie Krol, who turned in a second-place effort in the 1600 (5:26.7). The Warriors also received a fourth from Emma Hahs in the 100 hurdles (16.7 seconds) and a fifth-place from Courtney O’Donnell in the discus (89½). “This was a great way to start our outdoor season,” DeLuca said.

Bolingbrook boys track win Thornridge’s Blue Smoke Invite STAFF REPORTS DOLTON – Bolingbrook’s boys and track field unofficially edged Crete-Monee 138-134 to claim top honors at Thornridge’s Blue Smoke Invite on Saturday. Providence Catholic (105) was third, Joliet Central (94) took fourth and Lincoln-Way East (85) was seventh in the 12-team field. Joshua Collins won the 100-meter dash (10.6 seconds), Demare Portis was third in the 200 (23.3 seconds) and Jeff Guida was third in the 3,200 (10 minutes, 16.7 seconds) for the Raiders.

In the long jump, John Hall took first (21 feet, 9½ inches), while Portis was second (20-11½). The Raiders also went onetwo in the pole vault behind Jesse Pape (13-6) and Ben Junkroski (13-6). Coach Art Pahl’s squad also took second in the 4x800 relay (8:50.4). Providence’s Mike Monroe won the high jump (6-8) while Celtic Sean McGrath claimed top honors in the shot put (49-7). Joliet Central’s Salvador Lazaro took first in the 3,200 (9:51.0), Malik Carson captured top honors in the triple jump (43-8) and the Steel-

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Minooka takes second at Belleville West The Indians made a successful debut at the Belleville West Invite, finishing second in the 22-team field with 82.5 points, trailing only Cahokia

(95). Chris Wilson won the 400 by over a second in 49.55 seconds to highlight the day for coach Nick Lundin’s squad. Devin Ingram was the runner-up in the 100 (10.95 seconds) and also ran on a second-place 4x200 relay (1:28.54) with Mitch Miller, Matt Dlugopolski and Jake Smith. Peter Andreano was third in the high jump (6-2) and fourth in the long jump (215) while Ryan Pullara placed fourth in the pole vault (13-0). The Indians also were

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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Lewis 25-25-25, Grand Canyon 19-17-16: Lewis middle blocker Bobby Walsh led the No. 11 men’s volleyball team with seven total blocks helping the Flyers out-block Grand Canyon, 14.5 to 4.5, on Friday. Walsh hit .583 with seven kills and no errors in 12 attempts. Geoff Powell tallied 12 putaways and four errors in 21 attempts, as well as four digs and two total blocks. Greg Petty had nine kills, four block assists, two assists and two digs, while Lucas Yanez collected nine digs and three assists. B.J. Boldog had 30 assists, six digs, four block assists and two kills.

Lewis 25-25-25, Grand Canyon 14-14-13: On Saturday, the Flyers completed the weekend sweep of the Antelopes. With the win, the Flyers finish second in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association with an 11-3 record and improved to 21-6 on the season.

The Flyer offense was led by Greg Petty with 11 kills and two aces while Geoff Powell chipped in 10 putaways, five digs and two block assists. The Flyers and Antelopes meet again at Neil Carey Arena at 7 p.m. on Friday in the first round of the MIVA Tournament.

COLLEGE BASEBALL USF 9-3, Olivet Nazarene 5-2: Dan Darling (Coal City) provided five strong relief innings in the opener for the Saints (24-15, 12-3) to keep Olivet down while USF rallied. David Kuehne had two hits and three RBIs for USF, while Joe Ruge had two RBIs and scored twice. In the nightcap, Jacob Evans (ReedCuster) threw 8⅓ innings, allowing just two runs. Michael Chimera finished up, getting the for. Rick Faron singled in Cody Columbus (Joliet Catholic Academy) win the winning run in the bottom of the 10th.

Lewis 11-13, Illinois-Springfield 4-12: In the opener Sunday, Austin Mastela (Lockport) and Joe Sporacio homered for Lewis (19-15, 12-9), while Sam Couch (Joliet Catholic Academy) went the full seven innings for the win, striking out six. In Game 2, Mastela scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth, on an RBI single by Mike Barajas. Barajas homered earlier, as did Drew Budde. Barajas and Kyle Kapka each had three hits.

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ROMEOVILLE – The Lewis softball team showed it could play both small and long ball Saturday, as the host Flyers earned 1-0 and 10-6 wins over Rockhurst in Great Lakes Valley Conference action. The Flyers manufactured a run in the bottom of the sixth inning in the opener, as Alyssa Moseley recorded a RBI double for the game’s lone score. In the nightcap, Ali Brems and Carolyn Nojiri combined for two home runs and seven RBIs. With the sweep, Lewis improves to 13-20 overall and 7-13 in conference action. In Game 1, Nicole Kappelman opened the bottom of the sixth with a single and moved to second on a sacrifice by Brems. Moseley (2-for-3, RBI) delivered the game-winning hit. Kelly Bowler (Lockport) was the winning pitcher in both games. In the opener, Bowler earned the complete-game, four-hit shutout. She came on in relief in Game 2, allowing two runs on three hits in four innings. In the nightcap, Lewis scored in four out of six innings, highlighted by a five-run fifth that featured a three-run homer by Brems and a two-run shot by Nojiri – the first collegiate blast of her career. Brittany Russell went 2-for-4, while Dani Knaak

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Hawks draw plummeting Blues By MARK LAZERUS mlazerus@suntimes.com Less than a month ago, facing the St. Louis Blues in the first round of the playoffs was something of a nightmare scenario for the Blackhawks. The Blues play a bruising and battering physical style, were the top team in the league, had just acquired star goaltender Ryan Miller and agitator Steve Ott at the trade deadline, and had won all three meetings with the Hawks up to that point. It also seemed like a nearly impossible scenario, with the Blues hovering around eight to 10 points ahead of the Colorado Avalanche. But things change quickly in hockey. The Hawks will indeed face the rival Blues in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, beginning Thursday night in St. Louis. Their 3-0 loss to Detroit on Sunday afternoon clinched the Central Division title for the surging Colorado Avalanche, who’ll face the Minnesota Wild in the first round. And after dominating the league for so much of the season, the Blues suddenly look anything like an unstoppable juggernaut. Or a Stanley Cup favorite. Or even a favorite to get out of the first round. “I don’t think either team anticipated this,” Blues coach Ken Hitchcock told reporters Sunday. “And I don’t think either team really loves playing

each other, which should make for a [heck] of a series.” After dropping three games to St. Louis earlier in the season – one in the last minute, and two in shootouts – the Hawks have beaten the Blues soundly twice in the past month at the United Center. Sunday’s loss was the Blues’ sixth straight defeat to close the season. They have scored five goals in those six games. Miller has given up three or four goals in each of his last five starts. And St. Louis played Sunday’s game without seven of their top forwards, including Vladimir Tarasenko, David Backes, T.J. Oshie, Patrik Berglund and Brenden Morrow. Of those, only Backes and Oshie are expected back for Game 1. The Hawks, of course, have been without Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews down the stretch. Both will be “absolutely” ready to play on Thursday, according to coach Joel Quenneville. And just a couple of weeks ago, the Hawks had dropped three straight and four of five – the last of which saw Toews knocked out by Pittsburgh’s Brooks Orpik. They were banged up. They were struggling to score. They were uncharacteristically sloppy on defense. Four wins in a row later, followed by two losses in meaningless games, the Hawks are feeling good going into the playoffs. Again, things change quickly in hockey.

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‘A fascinating hobby’ Joliet woman promotes birdwatching for all ages

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A great egret takes flight near the Illinois and Michigan Canal on April 7 at the Lower Rock Run Preserve in Joliet.

With her binoculars ready, Rita Renwick looks over the Illinois and Michigan Canal April 7 while bird watching at Lower Rock Run Preserve in Joliet. By DENISE M. BARAN–UNLAND dunland@shawmedia.com JOLIET – In 2006, while accompanying her son and other Boy Scouts on a fiveday backpacking trip in Alaska, Joliet birdwatcher Rita Renwick set her heart on finding a wandering tattler. Renwick took some jesting from her family, she said, as they didn’t think she’d find one. As the crew crossed Chilkoot Trail into British Columbia, one of the scouts spotted it, walking back and forth along a rock. “The fact we actually saw it was a big surprise,” Renwick said. The sheer variety of birds – species, sizes, colors and shapes, as well as courting and nesting behaviors – make bird watching a fascinating hobby, Renwick said. “When I ask, ‘How many species of birds do you think you can see in Illinois from the north to the south

during 12 months of the year?’ Most people have no idea,” Renwick said. “You can see 332 species of birds just by staying in the state of Illinois.” The Internet has simplified the spotting process. For instance, Renwick said, bird hotlines provide information on rare bird sightings. Watching birds is a way of observing nature’s changes. Pelicans and bald eagles, once rare to this area, Renwick said, are now seen in places such as Starved Rock State Park in Utica. During migration one might see “beautiful warblers, Rose-breasted Grosbeaks and Scarlet Tanagers pass through.” Or, while studying one bird, a hawk might swoop down and gobble it up, she said. “It’s a game and a challenge,” Renwick said. “You never know what you’re going to see and when you’ll see it.”

Renwick said she grew up near the Vermillion River and explored the area with her father, who loved the woods. Long before the 19-year-old Renwick took an ornithology class in college, Renwick was observing orioles nesting in those woods. In addition, Renwick said she joined the Illinois Audubon Society 25 years ago, campaigned for eight years to persuade the Will County Forest Preserve to acquire Lake Renwick for the Heron Rookery (and then headed up its volunteer crew) and has been involved at Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie for 15 years. “You can’t enjoy birding and the outdoors and without being an advocate for conservation and the preservation of natural areas and habitats,” Renwick said. Renwick dotes on Pileated woodpeckers (Woody Woodpecker is modeled after one, Renwick said), which she has found in Joliet’s

Pilcher Park. Hummingbirds – their acrobatics and elusiveness – enchant her and Renwick finally spotted a burrowing owl while in Florida. Just two items are required for birding, Renwick said: a field guide and a good pair of binoculars. Those new to the hobby don’t even require that if they venture out with an experienced birder, she added. That’s because, during Will County Audubon Society field trips to “hot spots,” someone always sets up a telescope for viewing and members are often willing to share their binoculars, Renwick said, as well as knowledge of wildflowers, butterflies, etc. Best of all, individuals of all ages can enjoy birding. “We’ve seen some 10- and 12-year-old children who are excellent birders,” Renwick said. “It’s amazing.” To pique the interest of very young children, simply take them to Lake Renwick. There’s nothing like seeing four foot great blue herons and egrets flying overhead or the equally large cormorants diving for fish, Renwick said. “That’s one way to get them hooked,” she added. On April 26 and 27, as part of its spring gathering, the Illinois Audubon Society is offering a variety of field trips to local birding hotspots. The Will County Audubon Society and the Forest Preserve District of

If you go What: “Birding Cuba” When: 6:30 p.m., April 25 Where: Will County Forest Preserve District’s Four Rivers Environmental Education Center, 25055 W. Walnut Lane, Channahon Etc.: Illinois Audubon Society executive director Tom Clay will speak briefly at 6:30 p.m. The presentation will follow. The event is free, open to the public and does not require registration. Visit: www.illinoisaudubon.org. What: “Corvids versus Sciuruds: Are crows, jays and squirrels nuts about the same niches?” When: 7 p.m. April 26 Etc.: Presenter is Dr. Joel Brown of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Brown was a featured speaker at the 2013 Wild Things Conference in Chicago. The event is free, open to the public and requires no registration. Where: Will County Forest Preserve District’s Four Rivers Environmental Education Center, 25055 W. Walnut Lane, Channahon Visit: www.illinoisaudubon.org. Will County is sponsoring the spring gathering. To register by April 16 and for information, call 815-725-2934 and visit www. illinoisaudubon.org. In addition, Will County Audubon Society meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month at Pilcher Park. Meetings are free and open to the public.


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New Lenox Girl Scouts help animal shelter Courtney is a 4-year-old spayed long-haired calico female that likes people. She came to us very matted, hence her lion haircut. She would do better with only one other pet in the house. Contact Wendy at 708-478-5102 or wendy@nawsus.org to meet her.

Gio is a 3-year-old neutered male cat who loves to follow people while constantly talking to them. He is up to date on his vaccinations and is microchipped. Visit Gio at the Petsmart store on Weber Road in Bolingbrook. Humane Haven adoption hours are from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday and from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.

be donated to the shelter. After hosting a cookie booth, the girls used their proceeds to purchase additional items for the shelter. The girls picked three shopping cart loads of supplies for the animals and staff. On March 18, the girls brought their items, as well as their collected donations, to Cache Creek Animal Shelter. They spent the day walking dogs, cleaning cages, grooming cats and sorting supplies.

NEW LENOX – Girl Scout Troop 70359 has completed its Bronze Award. This is the highest award that can be earned at the Junior level. The girls from troop 70359 chose Cache Creek Animal Shelter, 20654 Burl Court, Joliet, as their award recipient. During many meetings, the girls baked more than 200 dog biscuits, made hand-knotted dog collars and bandanas and created collection bins for items to

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King is a large, sweet, calm 3-year-old cat that appears to get along with other cats. Visit King at the Will County Humane Society, 24109 W. Seil Road, Shorewood. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Call 815-741-0695 or visit willcountyhumane.org.

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Percival, one of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, supposedly said, “One hour of thoughtful solitude may nerve the heart for days of conflict -- girding up its armor to meet the most insidious foe.” Many play far too quickly at the bridge table. True, taking one hour would be considered excessive. But a minute or so is perfectly acceptable. And if someone complains to you, reply, “You have just ruined my train of thought. I will have to start all over again.” In this deal, West leads the club ace against four spades. How should he plan the defense? North’s auction showed four spades and game-going values. So South, who also had four spades, corrected from three no-trump to four spades. Many would cash the club king at trick two, then look around for the next step. But that would be too late. West needs to realize that his partner has only one heart. (South showed four, dummy has three and West holds five.) West must also hope that his partner has a speedy trump entry. At trick two, West shifts to a heart. Declarer wins on the board and plays a trump, but East wins with his ace and returns a club. West takes the trick with his carefully conserved entry, the king, and gives his partner the lethal heart ruff. Finally, note that if North had raised one no-trump to three no-trump, West probably would have led the heart nine, top of nothing. Then, when East got in with his spade ace, he would have had to find a club shift to defeat the contract. Pause to think – you will defend and play better.

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Communication online lacks personal touch for some users Dear Abby: I recently exchanged pleasantries via email and text messaging with a lady I met on a website. One day later, I received a message from her stating she’d prefer our method of communication be kept to email and texting because she wasn’t much of a phone talker. Over the past few months, I have been out a number of times with other women who also expressed their preference to keep communication limited to email and texting. Is this becoming common? I might be old-fashioned because I feel interpersonal relationships – especially initially – should include the element of voice inflection. I think it’s more effective than a guessing

DEAR ABBY Jeanne Phillips game only a full page of text can provide. Am I wrong? –

Wants To Talk In Reno Dear Wants To Talk: I don’t think you are wrong, and I happen to agree with you. I, too, usually learn more from a spoken conversation than from an email or text because I can distinguish whether the person is joking or being serious. But you and I are becoming the minority. Today many younger people feel more comfortable communicating online – at least initially. Dear Abby: My husband recently returned to the

family business to become the general manager. He is in control of hiring new employees, and he recently told me they need to hire more people. I have mentioned several times my interest in working there as an administrative assistant. However, my husband either changes the subject or gets angry when I ask about it. It hurts my feelings, I am the person raising his children, but am not good enough to work in the family business. I also know it’s not because of lack of experience. This makes me question the strength and value of our marriage. –

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Keeping blood vessels healthy is best way to prevent stroke Dear Dr. K: My father’s doctor wants him to have an ultrasound of his carotid artery. What is the carotid artery? What will the doctor be looking for? Dear Reader: The carotid arteries carry oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood from the heart to the brain. These crucial arteries can become narrowed by the cholesterol-filled plaques of atherosclerosis. Blood clots can form from the plaques, then break off and travel to the brain. There, they can lodge in small arteries, interrupting the vital flow of blood to brain cells. (I’ve put an illustration of this on my website, www.askdoctork.com.) Brief or partial interruptions of blood flow to the brain can cause transient ischemic attacks (TIAs). TIAs cause temporary symptoms but no permanent damage. But a prolonged or substantial interruption of blood flow to the brain can cause a stroke. During a stroke, brain cells die, often damaging a person’s ability to move, speak, feel or think. A carotid ultrasound can detect whether your father has narrowing, or stenosis, of his carotid arteries. If so, he might be at an increased risk of stroke.

ASK DR. K Dr. Anthony Komaroff Carotid ultrasound is the most widely used test for carotid stenosis. It is quick and safe. Ultrasound is similar to radar. Developed just before the beginning of World War II, radar machines sent out and received radio waves: They had both transmitters and receivers. The machine would send out waves that would bounce off an object (such as a distant airplane). The waves that bounced back from the object were picked up by the receiver. The time that elapsed between sending and receiving the radio waves would tell the radar machine there was an object out there, and how far away it was. Ultrasound uses sound waves rather than radio waves. During the test, an ultrasound probe on your neck beams sound waves through your skin, and then through the carotid artery. A computer translates the sound signals into an image of your carotid artery and the blood flowing through it. It can show a plaque that has slowed blood flow.

Current guidelines recommend against carotid screening for everyone. That’s because most people do not have plaques in their carotid arteries, so there would be nothing to see. The test is reasonably expensive, and it’s not perfectly accurate. If your father’s doctor wants him to have a carotid ultrasound, I’ll bet it’s because your father had some symptoms of carotid stenosis. These symptoms are usually temporary. They might include visual abnormalities, weakness, numbness, tingling or slurred speech. If the ultrasound reveals carotid stenosis, your father will have two treatment options: medication to prevent clot formation, or a procedure to open the narrowed artery. Both treatments will help prevent a stroke. The best way to prevent TIAs and strokes is to keep your blood vessels healthy: • Don’t smoke. • Eat a healthy diet. • Exercise regularly. • Maintain healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels. • Write to Dr. Komaroff at www.askdoctork.com or Ask Doctor K, 10 Shattuck St., Second Floor, Boston, MA 02115.

as your problem might be the lack of honest communication between you and your husband. He might have reasons for preferring you not work in the family business that have nothing to do with the strength or value of your marriage. It might be he is new in his position as general manager, working in any family business can be stressful, he’d prefer separation between his working life and his family life, or other family members might object. Let the subject rest for a while, and when you do raise it again, try to do it in a non-confrontational manner. If you do, he might be more open and less defensive with you about what his reasons are. And

if you would prefer to work outside the home in addition to raising the children, consider submitting your résumé to other companies. Dear Abby: My husband and I are approaching our 25th anniversary. We don’t have a lot of money to spend on a large party (our sons are 14 and 17). Are there inexpensive solutions? I’d prefer not to have it at our house. – Stumped

In Georgia Dear Stumped: Because you don’t want to entertain at your home, consider holding the celebration at a park, limiting the guest list and making it a potluck. • Write Dear Abby at www.dearabby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.


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rogue Rhett Butler loves Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara. (4:00) 8:00 p.m. BNC 26.5 ›› “Cleaner” (2007, Suspense) Samuel L. Jackson, Ed Harris. A man who cleans crime scenes becomes embroiled in a mystery. (2:00) CMT ›››‡ “Ghost” (1990, Fantasy) Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore. A murder victim returns to save his beloved fiancee. (3:00) FAM ››› “A Bug’s Life” (1998, Fantasy) Voices of Dave Foley, Kevin Spacey. Animated. Insects help an ant fend off grasshoppers. (2:00)

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ACTIVITY MANAGER The Timbers of Shorewood Energetic, enthusiastic creative working manager needed to plan & conduct daily activities, outings, and special events at an active retirement community. Work with residents and build volunteer base. Develop monthly recreation program calendar. Drive bus as needed; excellent driving record required. Basic computer skills. Some weekend hours. Apply online at: www.timbersofshorewood.com or email resume to: Jeanne@ timbersofshorewood.com

CDL A DRIVER POSITION Company, O/O Local and Midwest Region CALL JEROME 708/833-9107 Construction

BACKHOE OPERATOR – FT Experience required – sewer & water exp. a plus. Send resume/experience to John Sullivan, P.O. Box 432, Manhattan, IL 60442

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CDL-A Semi Driver CDL-B Straight Truck Driver FT, dependable drivers w/ tank endorsement & 3 yrs driving exp required. Tank training provided. Morris, IL based. Call 815-416-1421 between 9a-4p or email: sbrk216@gmail.com Food Service

SALAD PREP Looking for an experienced Salad Prep for a premier food service company. 5 days a week Monday - Friday 7:00 am 3:00 pm Hourly position salary based on experience. Must be able to pass background check and drug test. Email resume to: john.kallas@compass-usa.com

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Production Employee Wanted Cargill - Elwood, IL We are looking for individuals with: Strong communication, reading, writing & math skills Good attendance record & work ethics Ability to drive spotter trucks a plus (no CDL requirement) Mechanical ability desired Ability to perform heavy lifting Applicants should be willing to work some weekends, some holidays and overtime. Cargill offers an excellent benefit package including 401K.

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Manager of Medical Surgical Department The Manager is responsible and accountable for management and direction of day to day operations of the Medical Surgical Department. Works cooperatively with leadership of other departments to integrate clinical services, administrative and educational aspects throughout the continuum. The qualified candidate must have house supervisor, managerial or charge nurse experience in an acute healthcare setting. Current Illinois RN license. BSN required; Master of Science preferred.

For more details and to submit a resume and online application, please click on Career at: www.morrishospital.org Landscape Workers Lemont, IL Premier Landscape - Looking to fill the following positions in our landscape, hardscape/masonry, irrigation and maintenance divisions for the upcoming season: Foreman, Assistant Foreman, Laborers, CDL Driver (Class A Licensed Driver for local deliveries) & Facilities/Yard Staff. MUST HAVE A VALID ILLINOIS DRIVERS LICENSE TO APPLY FOR ALL POSITIONS. APPLY: Mon.-Thurs. 8a-4p 16W179 Jeans Road Lemont, IL 60439. Phone: 630-321-9530 BREAKING NEWS available 24/7 at TheHerald-News.com

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HOUSEMAN Full Time, Monday thru Friday The Timbers of Shorewood, a senior living community, seeks a fulltime Houseman. The Houseman is responsible for general maintenance duties, cleanliness of public spaces, room setup, emptying trash, assisting housekeepers, and other duties as needed. Must be able to communicate effectively, and able to work independently or as part of a team. Reports to the Housekeeping supervisor. Apply in person at: The Timbers of Shorewood 1100 N. River Road, Shorewood

MAINTENANCE PERSON Joliet Rental Property looking for Full time Maintenance person with knowledge in electrical, plumbing and carpentry, HVAC a plus. Must have Drivers License and vehicle. Pay starting between $13 - $16 hr, depending on experience. Health insurance after 60 days. Apply in person at: 1005 a Parkwood Dr. Joliet, IL 60432 fax resume: 815-740-3336 Pool Construction Inground Pool Construction - Repairs – Renovations. NO EXP. NECESSARY - We will train you. Requirements: 18 or older General labor and mechanical/tool skills Able to pass all drug testing Have a valid IL drivers license Able to work outdoors in all types of weather Capable of lifting over 50-lbs. Have reliable transportation Speak & read English fluently Apply in person at:

Neptune Pools 3557 W. Jefferson St .Joliet IL Monday-Friday 11am - 5pm

Apply online at www.cargill.com/careers > Production and Maintenance (non-management) Job # ELW00041

Successful applicants will be required to pass a company paid physical exam which includes drug & alcohol screening and background check. Cargill is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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www.rosewoodnursing.com 3401 Hennepin Dr. Joliet, IL 60431 Fax: 815/436-0743 MEDICAL OFFICE RECEPTIONIST Morris Dermatology Full-time, M-F, experience nec. Send resume to: morrisdermhr@gmail.com

KNUDSON AUCTION & APPRAISALS 815-725-6023 “Since 1947”

Health Care Long Term Exp preferred. ADON, Nurses and CNA's all Shifts. Apply in person at Lakewood Center, 14716 S. Eastern Ave, Plainfield, IL 60544

Coffee & End Table – Solid Wood Must Sell – Moving - $45/OBO 815-436-4222

Small Bubble Wrap Large roll, 31” W x 39”D $65. 815-210-0789 8a-8p

Vintage Nun Doll Over 78 yrs. old, Approx 8” tall, $75/OBO. 815-729-0900

Dining Table - Mahogany wood table with two pedestals, beautiful/excellent condition $350. 815-436-5171

Two Beautiful Hand Crocheted Afghans. Well Made Like New, Beautiful Colors $45each/OBO. 815-729-0900

Entertainment Unit, Beautiful Solid Oak 21”D x 51”H x 54”W Must Sell – Moving – $75/OBO. 815-922-8896 Leave Message

Vantage TV wall mount, will hold 13” - 17” TV new in box. $30/obo. 815-436-4222

Huffy Boys Stoked Bike Free-style frame – 18” wheels nice condition, Black & Red $30. 815-744-2093

Great Lakes finished hardwood flooring from Menards, Solid Oak, Partial Box - 24 sq. ft. New/Excellent Condition $50/OBO. 815-436-6717 Sump Pump New Little Giant, 1/4Hp. Never opened, cast 1-1/2” FNPT $45. 815-260-6673 after 5pm

55” HD TV w/ stand Works Great! $250 779-875-1602 New GPX under the counter CD/AM-FM radio $39 New lifelong portable CD player AM/FM radio $35 815-725-2634

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working or not prefer older audio LOOKING FOR FREE - Dancing stereo equipt. Ham, CB, Short wave Shoes, Leotards and Costumes, tot radios, Musical instruments ~ to teens, any sizes to be donated to guitar, amps & drums, good cause 630-257-7647 Call - Wayne 708-927-1871 Canister Vacuum Sears Kenmore w/ Deluxe Beater Bar & Attachments, Excellent Condition, was $350, Asking $100. 773-315-1700

Experienced Chefs / Cooks FT/PT. 100% scratch kitchen. Fine dining restaurant & upscale caterer. Check us out at: bigbashcaterers.net. Email: jmathias@bigbashcaterers.net Phone: 815-476-9331

Brass Firewood Tools on Stand Includes poker, log grabber, shovel & brush - $45. 815-729-4336

2 Bose Speakers - 9”W x 8”H Good Condition - $100 815-463-0282 32” Toshiba Color TV Not HD, Good Condition $30. 815-212-3649

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CARDIO 650 CROSS TRAINER Pro-Form, like new condition! Electronic digital readout. Original cost $300, asking $25. 815-729-1788 Elliptical Trainer Proform – Low Impact #4854 - $300 815-436-7165 9-4pm

Antique Mantle Clock Steward Dawson, Circa 1930's Works, Key Included - $110. 815-458-2281 after 6pm Antique Stove “Kitchen” Cast Iron - $75 815-741-0039

Antique Yard Pump

$100. Call 815-722-1040 or 815-258-1215 The Herald-News Classified It works.

5 Shelf Display Case w/ Glass Doors – Beautiful! Solid Wood. Excellent Condition Moving – Must Sell - $125. 815-436-4222 Bamboo & Maple Coffee Table w/ Glass top, Like New, Square, 35”x 35” - $75 779-379-5048 Bedroom set- 5 piece set with lamps and bedding $850. 815-723-7260

Matching Nightstands – Set of 2 Solid Wood – Moving – Must Sell $40/Each or $60 for Both 815-436-4222 Recliner Chairs 2 Brown/Beige. Perfect Condition $50 Each. 815-942-3279

Dinnerware – Blue Willow Pattern Excellent Condition - $75 815-922-8896 leave message

Self Propelled Lawn Mower Like New – Used 4 Seasons 6 Hp. Briggs & Stratton Engine $80. 779-875-1602

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Yamaha Keyboard – Like New Used Once - $150 815-354-1199 8am-10am

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AKC registered, black & white, male, 8 weeks old. Asking $400 815-685-7773 Cat Carrier, Rubbermaid very HD straps/mesh,airline aprvd. as carry on 16”lx12”wx12”h $20 815-436-4222 after 3pm.

2 Stage Snowblower 5Hp., 24” Wide Path Very Good Condition $125. 815-476-7414

Titleist Golf Clubs Used Very Little - $125 815-354-1199 8am-10am

Nebulizer System Compressor Nebulizer System breathing treatment machine complete with tubes, New in box - $100 815-436-5171

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Motorized, Hoveround, like new. Used only 2 weeks, $1100. 815-931-4974

3-Way Massage Chair w/ Massaging Ottoman 3-way Positioning – Like New Must See to Appreciate $150/OBO. 815-436-6717 or email cbar577329@aol.com for details & pictures Anti-Gravity Back Machine Good Condition - $30 815-212-3649 Hooked on Phonics Kit - $50. 815-744-2570 2pm-8pm

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2006 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER Well Maintained orig. owner 91,700k, sirus radio, A/C Great Cond. $3,500 815-834-0497 2007 Buick, Lucerne 1 owner. Full power, leather, heated seats. $9,500. 815-725-1179 or 815-228-8939

2010 Cadillac SRX Luxury model, 28K miles. $24,900. 815-354-1199

2001 Chevy Corvette Coupe, Red, leather, Auto, $15,900 815-725-1179 or 815-228-8939 Buying? Selling? Renting? Hiring? To place an ad, call 877-264-2527 The Herald-News Classified


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The Herald News / TheHerald-News.com 2012 Toyota Sienna XLE JUST Joliet 209 Margaret. 3BR, 1.5 BA. REDUCED $26,555 ~ Very Clean ~ no pets/smkg Top-rated & loaded. Gray with gray $1300/mo.+ 708-612-7840 leather, sunroof, satellite, bluetooth, back-up camera, 3 power doors, JOLIET ~ INGALLS PARK seats 7, rear a/c, FREE CARFAX, 305 S. E. Circle FREE AUTOCHECK, new tires, newly 2BR, new kitchen, New carpet, detailed. Nearly $2000 BELOW laundry room. $850/mo Kelley Blue Book value! 50,800 mi. sec + credit check. Call Kathy 815-513-3475 / rtttslr@gmail.com 815-712-7953

HD 04' Ultra Classic Electra Glide Mint/Loaded! Every Option 51K Glacier White Pearl, $15,000 815-436-5038

ROCKDALE 2 Brdm, remodeled, C/A,1 Car Gar, $970/mo+ 1 Bdrm Apt. very good cond, $710/mo+ pets welcome 815-474-9054

Shorewood Black Rd, Cozy 3BR 2BA Country House, appl, C/A. Honda VTX1800C Excellent cond. 1st floor lndry, new carpet, 2 patio's 9600 mi. Senior driven, extras 2.5 car gar, Troy Schools, no pets. $7,200 815-744-6320 815-744-5141

Joliet Room - Big,Clean,Furnished newly renovated, wood flrs, fridge micro or stove, laundry, elevator, on bus line. $95/wk $412/mo 815-726-2000

Cresthill~All Masonry Building CREST HILL ~ 527 PASADENA 2BR with balcony, appliances incl. Secure bldg, no pets, $950/mo. By Appointment. 815-592-3782

2000 sq ft, 3 phase wiring. 12x12 garage door, $900/mo. 630-850-7341

Joliet - Affordable Cathedral Studio/1BR, utilities included. Elevator, Laundry, Guest Library, Near Bus & Downtown. $105-$150/wk. $455-$650/mo. 815-726-2000 JOLIET - Lg. 2Bdrm $850/mo. H.W. Floors, parking, close to College of St. Francis, CC/Background Sm. Dogs OK. 815-585-1499 CHANNAHON – Remington Woods Home in 55+ community, 7 yrs old well kept, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, over 1800 sq ft. 2 car gar, concrete Near St. Joseph Hospital, Spotless drive $110,000 815-467-3830 Large 3BR, 1.5BA, appl, DR, ceil fans, A/C, electric entry, free heat. 815-744-1155 Plainfield 2 Bdrm 1 Bath, 1st. Floor w/patio, huge kitchen, new carpet, Plainfield Luxury End Unit TH pets OK, on site laundry, $800/mo. First floor mstr BR on beautiful 140 815-671-1005. acre lake. 2-3BR, 3.5BA, 2 frplc's, 3 minutes to I-55. $429,900. Rockdale ~ Newly Renovated FSBO 630-546-9697 Lower 2BR. Quiet, appl, carpet. Water incl, off St 1 car, $675/mo + sec, no pets. 815-439-1065 Minooka - 3 Bdr, 2 Ba, gas, C/A all appl, garage, No pets $1015/mo. 815-467-6826

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Any Location. Any Condition. Ron Orloff 815-730-1300

2 bath, appl, W/D, 2 car garage. Near 55 & 80, $1350/mo + sec. Available May 1st. 815-791-9446 JOLIET – quiet 2 Bedroom, Madison St. Condo, across from St.Joe's hosp., no pets, background chk. req'd $825/mo 815-690-6676

Joliet/West Side & Cresthill 2BR Condo, Nice secure building. Garage available. For appt call. 708-609-1010

AVAILABLE NOW!! JOLIET PARKVIEW ESTATES 2BR Duplexes starting at $800 per/mo and Single Family Homes Call for move in Specials! 815-740-3313

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PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Indenture Trustee For Argent Securities, Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2004-W3 Plaintiff v. Sharon Ranieri, Capital One Bank (USA), N.A., Windermere West 111 Condominium Association, City of New Lenox Defendant(s) District Judge: Ruben Castillo Magistrate Judge: Michael T. Mason 1:12 cv 3446 NOTICE OF SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of a Judgment heretofore entered on August 29, 2012. I, Edward Grossman, Special Commissioner for this court will on May 12, 2014 the hour of 1:00

May p.m. at Will County Courthouse, 14 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL., sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash and all singular, the following described premises and real estate in said Judgment mentioned, situated in the County of Cook and State of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment to wit: COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 1003 Southgate Road, New Lenox, IL 60451. PERMANENT INDEX NO.: 0827-102-001-1004 Judgment: $121,980.59 Anyone interested in bidding at the foreclosure sale should make their own examination of title and the estate and should also examine the court file. Nothing herein is to be construed as a substitute for the necessity of making these examinations. Property will NOT be opened for inspection. SALE TERMS: 10% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, certified funds. No refunds. The sale shall be subject to general taxes and to special assessments. Upon the sale being made the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale, which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed on a specified date unless the property is redeemed according to law. For information contact Potestivo & Associates, P.C., 223 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 610, Chicago, IL 60606 (312)263-0003. Pursuant to section 15-1507 (c) (7) of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, no information other than the information contained in this Notice will be provided. Edward Grossman Special Commissioner I596770 (Published in the Herald-News April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 2014)

udgm UNIT NO.2 IN WINDERMERE WEST 111 CONDOMINIUM AS DELINEATED ON A SURVEY OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE: LOT "A" IN WINDERMERE WEST UNIT NINE SECOND ADDITION, A RESUBDIVISION OF LOT 77 IN WINDERMERE WEST UNIT EIGHT, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 11 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED APTIL 27, 1987 AS DOCUMENT NO R87-21293, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS, WHICH SURVEY IS ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT "A" TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED AS DOCUMENT NO R87-47437, AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME, TOGETHER WITH ITS UNDIVIDED PERCENTAGE INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS. COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 1003 Southgate Road, New Lenox, IL 60451. PERMANENT INDEX NO.: 0827-102-001-1004 Judgment: $121,980.59 Anyone interested in bidding at the foreclosure sale should make their own examination of title and the estate and should also examine the court file. Nothing herein is to be construed as a substitute for the necessity of making these examinations. Property will NOT be opened for inspection. SALE TERMS: 10% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, certified funds. No refunds. The sale shall be subject to general taxes and to special assessments. Upon the sale being made the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale, which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed on a specified date unless the property is redeemed according to law. For information contact Potestivo & Associates, P.C., 223 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 610, Chicago, IL 60606 (312)263-0003. Pursuant to section 15-1507 (c) (7) of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, no information other than the information contained in this Notice will be provided. Edward Grossman Special Commissioner I596770 (Published in the Herald-News April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 2014)

PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Indenture Trustee For Argent Securities, Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2004-W3 Plaintiff v. Sharon Ranieri, Capital One Bank (USA), N.A., Windermere West 111 Condominium Association, City of New Lenox Defendant(s) District Judge: Ruben Castillo Magistrate Judge: Michael T. Mason 1:12 cv 3446 NOTICE OF SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of a Judgment heretofore entered on August 29, 2012. I, Edward Grossman, Special Commissioner for this court will on May 12, 2014 the hour of 1:00 p.m. at Will County Courthouse, 14 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL., sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash and all singular, the following described premises and real estate in said Judgment mentioned, situated in the County of Cook and State of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment to wit:

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ty por j bids, and to waive non-material informality or irregularity in any bid received in whole or part as maybe specified in the solicitation. Should you have any questions regarding this bid, please contact the Director of Public Works, Joe Findlay, at (815) 838-1705. (Published in the Herald-News April 14, 2014. HN427)

PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS FOR EDUCATOR'S LEGAL LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY PLAN PURCHASE CAN BE SECURED BY CONTACTING THE DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS & AUX. SERVICES, 1215 HOUBOLT RD., JOLIET, IL; 815.280.6678. PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS CAN ALSO BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE WEBSITE AT: http://www.jjc.edu/info/purchasing PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 2:00 PM ON APRIL 29, 2014. JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL PROPOSALS OR TO ACCEPT ANY PROPOSAL WHICH MAY BE IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE COLLEGE. (Published in the Herald-News April 14, 2014. HN446)

PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR JOLIET PUBLIC LIBRARY 150 N. Ottawa Street Joliet, IL 60432 Will County RFP #1401 Due to an error in prior notice, the following is re-posted with the corrected information.

Monday, April 14, 2014 • Page 33 SY PCC DRIVEWAY PAVEMENT, 6”; 72 SF DETECTABLE WARNINGS; 60 SY HOT MIX ASPHALT REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT, 3”; 250 SQ FT PCC SIDEWALK STEP CONSTRUCTION; and 10 LIN FT HANDRAIL TO BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED. Bids will be received at the Office of the City Clerk, City of Joliet Municipal Building, 150 West Jefferson Street, Joliet, Illinois 604324156 until 9:00 A.M. local time on April 29, 2014 at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud. Those desiring to bid may examine the bid documents and detailed specifications at the above address, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. All bidders will be required to submit Bid Security in the form of a Certified Check, Cashier's Check or a Bid Bond in the amount of Ten percent (10%) of the Base Bid, payable to the City of Joliet. The successful bidder will be required to post performance Security and to provide a Certificate of Insurance as set forth in the Invitation of Bid and the General Terms & Conditions. Bidders are required to be prequalified through the Illinois Department of Transportation or the Capital Development Board. The City of Joliet reserves the right to reject any and all bids, parts of any and all bids, or to waive technical errors or omissions in bids. The Contract shall be subject to the provisions of the Prevailing Wage Act (820 ILCS 130/1 et seq.) to the extent required by law. ALL PROPOSALS ARE SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CITY OF JOLIET PROCUREMENT CODE (Section 2-430 - 2-453 of the Code of Ordinances)

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http://jolietlibrary.org/sites/default/ files/rfp_strategic_planning The City of Lockport is accepting consultant_jpl_2014_03_24.pdf. bids for the purchase and delivery of approximately 70,000 gross All firms considering responding gallons, more or less of 87 oc- to this RFP must submit a Letter of tane gasoline with ethanol and Intent by 5:00 pm, CDT, on April approximately 20,000 gross gal- 16, 2014 via email or regular mail lons, more or less of a high qual- to: ity blend with a minimum cetane Deb Fowler, rating of 40, diesel fuel for the pe- Administrative Services Coordinator riod of June 1, 2014 through De- Joliet Public Library cember 31, 2015. Specifications 150 N. Ottawa St. are available at the City of Lock- Joliet, IL 60432 port, 17112 S. Prime Blvd. Lock- dfowler@jolietlibrary.org port, IL 60441. (Published in the Herald-News April A $1,000 Bid Bond or Cashiers 11, 13, 14, 2014. HN445) Check made payable to the City of Lockport MUST accompany PUBLIC NOTICE your bid, or it will not be considered. Bids will be received at the Public Works Facility, located at LEGAL NOTICE 17112 S. Prime Blvd. Lockport, IL CITY OF JOLIET 60441, due no later than 10:00 ADVERTISEMENT TO BIDS A.M., “as so indicated by the time CONTRACT NO. 1989-0514 stamp clock of the City of Lockport”, Monday, April 28, 2014. Bids will be publicly opened and PROJECT NAME: 2014 SIDEWALK read by the Director of Public /CURB REPLACEMENT PROJECT Works or his representative at 10:10 A.M. Monday, April 28, The City of Joliet, Illinois, does 2014 at the Public Works Facility. hereby invite sealed bids for 4,500 The bidder acknowledges the right SF PCC SIDEWALK, 5”; 220 LF of the City of Lockport to reject all CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER; 110

PUBLIC NOTICE Certificate #29073 was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Will County on March 27, 2014 wherein the business firm of MAIZCO INDUSTRIES Located at 25684 O'Connel Lane, Manhattan, IL 60442 was registered; that the true or real name or names of the person or persons owning the business, with their respective post office address(es), Is/are as follows: Matthew Glowiak 25684 O'Connel Lane Manhattan, IL 60442 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and Official Seal at my office in Joliet; Illinois, this 27th day of March, 2014. Nancy Schultz Voots Will County Clerk (Published in the Herald-News March 31, April 7, 14, 2014. HN391) BREAKING NEWS available 24/7 at TheHerald-News.com

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