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JOLIET – A few businesspeople on Tuesday voiced concerns about the plan to expand a downtown business tax, the first hint of any opposition to the proposal aimed at generating $230,000 a year for future projects. The comments were made at a City Council meeting where an intergovernmental agreement was approved to set in motion the $190 million Houbolt Road bridge and interchange project. The council won’t vote on the expansion of the special service area tax until December. On Tuesday, the council held a public hearing for the plan to expand the business property tax to the commercial corridors on Cass, Collins and South Chicago streets. Nick Polykandriotis, owner of JCM Uniforms on Cass Street, said he hoped to see a more defined plan on how the money would be spent. “I don’t know where you’re headed with this other than we’re going to do this and improve, and that’s it,” Polykan-

driotis said. There are specific infrastructure needs on Cass Street, including storm sewer improvements, he said. Specific projects on a city list include downtown improvements and artificial turf at Silver Cross Field, which resident Robert Hernandez called “disgraceful.” “I don’t think the people on Collins and Cass streets should be paying for any downtown improvement or improvements for the baseball stadium,” Hernandez said. Kamlesh Patel, a business owner on South Chicago Street, said he did not believe many of the business in that area could handle the property tax increase, which would be 95 cents per every $100 in assessed valuation. “I think inclusion of South Chicago Street is an unnecessary burden,” Patel said. The plan did get the support of Sue Pritz Bornhofen, whose family owns the Jacob Henry Mansion Estate. Bornhofen even said she wanted some parcels of the estate, not originally included in the special service area, to be part of the plan. “We’re excited,” Bornhofen said. “We

look forward to the improvement and look forward to working with you.” One downtown residential developer, Mike Petry, said the special service area tax makes the property taxes on condos in downtown Joliet higher than in downtown Chicago. Noting that the city wants more residential development, Petry said, “I think that with the SSA it wasn’t contemplated what impact the SSA would have on the condos.”

Houbolt Road bridge

The intergovernmental agreement for the Houbolt Road project was approved with no opposition. City Manager Jim Hock said approving the agreement means the state of Illinois will release $2.1 million for Joliet to hire engineers for a new interchange at Interstate 80.


The council also approved an agreement with Will County that will create an electronics recycling site at Ottawa and Marion streets near the Will County Jail.


Presence opens health center geared toward seniors By BOB OKON ROMEOVILLE – Presence Health this week opened its Romeoville Healing Arts Pavilion, designed primarily to serve the large senior population in the area. The 30,000-square-foot facility at 500 S. Weber Road opened Monday with a staff that includes three doctors who specialize in geriatric medicine. Presence Health has counted 32,000 residents who are 65 and older within a 9-mile radius of the facility due in part to 55-andover housing developments that include Grand Haven and Carillon Lakes. “There’s a good population of seniors in the area,” said David Larrick, spokesman for Presence Health. “The facility is geared toward geriatric medicine and serving seniors.”

“We tried to make it as much of a one-stop experience for seniors as possible.” David Larrick

Presence Health spokesman Larrick noted that any age group can use the medical services, including X-rays and other imaging services, available at the pavilion. The facility also will provide specialists in cardiology, orthopedics and other fields that seniors tend to use. “We tried to make it as much of a onestop experience for seniors as possible,” Larrick said. The building is owned and managed by Hammes Co., which issued a news release

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describing features and amenities of the facility. The pavilion includes 18 exam rooms, five radiology exam rooms and a clinical laboratory. Diagnostic and imaging services include X-rays, ultrasound, CT scanning, bone densitometry and mammography. Hammes also noted that the building includes “visitor-friendly features such as a cafe offering healthy food options and a gathering space with a fireplace.” Hammes Co. and Presence Health also collaborated on the 10-story Presence Center for Advanced Care that opened in Chicago in 2015. Presence Health is based in Chicago, and its operations include Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet. Hammes Co. is a real estate services company based in Brookfield, Wisconsin, with 11 offices across the United States, including one in Chicago.


Marlene Carlson (clockwise, from top left), Andrea Lynn Chasteen, Laurie McPhillips and Larry Walsh speak Tuesday night at the 2016 Candidates Forum, held in the Clarion Hotel Joliet Banquet & Convention Center. See story on page 3.

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In the article, “Joliet City Council considers electronics recycling” that was on page 4 of the Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, edition of The Herald News, the hours for the tentative first day of an electronics recycling site in Joliet were incorrect. The proposed hours were 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 25. The Herald-News regrets the error.


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Duffy Blackburn (clockwise from top left), Kristin Cross, Karen Stukel and Gary Good speak Tuesday at the 2016 Candidates Forum, held in the Clarion Hotel Joliet Banquet & Convention Center.

FORUM SEEKS TO CONNECT Candidates event sees low constituent attendance By MIKE MALLORY JOLIET – When Darlene Bull votes, she usually votes a split ticket. “I vote for the person,” she said. On Tuesday evening, the Joliet resident had the opportunity to learn more about candidates vying to represent her in federal, state and county races at the 2016 Candidates Forum, held in the Clarion Hotel Joliet Banquet & Convention Center. The event was hosted by The Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry. “I’m not familiar with some of the

“I’m not familiar with some of the names, other than seeing them on signs.” Darlene Bull

2016 Candidates Forum attendee names, other than seeing them on signs,” said Bull, who mingled around the room, talking to various candidates. Some of the issues Bull said she’s concerned with are property taxes, street conditions and transportation problems. Candidates could be

heard talking about those same issues throughout the event, which ran from 5 to 7 p.m. Each candidate was asked at 6 p.m. to take the microphone and briefly introduce themselves. They were asked to state their name, party and for which office they were running.

Some candidates went outside of those guidelines, and into reasons why they should be elected. At the beginning of the event, candidates mostly spoke to others from their respective parties. Toward the end, however, candidates could be seen talking to their peers across party lines. Almost all of those in attendance were political candidates, their staff or Joliet Chamber staff. Gloria Dollinger, a Joliet Republican candidate for one of two seats representing Will County Board District

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Will County officials attest to drug court success with Durbin By FELIX SARVER JOLIET – Christopher Marr told a U.S. senator and several Will County officials that drug courts have been the only thing he’s seen work to help people – including himself – with drug addiction. Marr, of New Lenox, and Sabrina McSherry, of Joliet, were two Will County drug court participants who joined U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, and others at a roundtable discussion Tuesday at the Will County building to talk about addiction treatment and the heroin epidemic. Will County has reached a new record of 56 fatal heroin overdoses so far this year. Marr said his addiction started with prescription painkillers and he eventually used heroin, overdosing and flatlining three times. After weighing his options, he gave drug court a chance. “When you see what drug court does. … I’ve never seen 50 people in a room that struggle with heroin that are getting clean. It’s incredible,” he said. Durbin visited Joliet to learn about

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Fatal heroin overdose deaths in Will County: 2016 – 56 (as of Oct. 18, 2016) 2015 – 53 2014 – 35 2013 – 38 2012 – 53 2011 – 30 2010 – 26

Source: Will County Coroner’s Office the drug court program. He said heroin overdoses and deaths are no longer an inner-city issue, as there now isn’t a “town too small or a suburb too wealthy to avoid heroin deaths.” Durbin said drug courts across the nation have made a difference. The programs allow prosecutors and defense attorneys to work with the judge and treatment providers to help abusers who committed nonviolent offenses overcome addiction. Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow attested to the county’s success with drug courts, saying they are

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (right), D-Illinois, speaks to Paul Lauridsen, Stepping Stones clinical director (left), at a roundtable discussion Tuesday at the Will County building in Joliet. the “backbone of the fight against heroin.” “It’s hard to say exactly what our success rate is but somewhere around only 5 percent of the kids that have come out of our drug court have reoffended drug laws,” Glasgow said. The county’s drug court began in 2000. In September, the program was awarded a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, enabling the court to bring 35 to 40 defendants into the program, according to a news release from Durbin’s office. Julie McCabe-Sterr, county specialty courts coordinator, said the program addresses mental health – in addition to substance abuse – through cognitive behavioral therapy and moral restructuring. “We think by creating more than just substance abuse treatment and treating the whole person and the family and all the thoughts and emotions

that go with this will create [more success],” McCabe-Sterr said. One obstacle to resolving the heroin epidemic mentioned at Tuesday’s discussion was high opioid production by pharmaceutical companies. Durbin said production has risen dramatically nationwide for 20 years. “This year in America, pharmaceutical companies will make 14 billion opioid tablets. ... Enough for every adult in America to have a one-month prescription of opioids. It is ridiculous,” Durbin said. Durbin noted the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced this month it will reduce opioid production by 25 percent or more next year and that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines to doctors prescribing opioid or painkiller medication. “We’re making progress but slowly,” Durbin said.

Channahon, Romeoville receive IDOT grants By MIKE MALLORY Two Will County communities were announced last week as beneficiaries of the latest round of grants from the Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program. The Illinois Department of Transportation awarded about $30.7 million to be split among 33 projects throughout the state. The village of Channahon was approved for $682,480 toward its planned Bridge Street multi-use path that will go over the DuPage River and the Illinois & Michigan Canal. Upon completion, it’s expected the path will bring bike and pedestrian traffic across the river, connecting neighborhoods separated by the body of water and improving bike and pedes-

trian traffic flow to Minooka Community High School’s south campus. “This project goes a long way toward enhancing our pathway system,” Channahon Village Administrator Tom Durkin said. Receiving the award validates the project as one worth completing, Durkin said. The total length of the path will be 4,705 feet, with eastern and western segments at 1,490 feet each. The grant will go toward those portions. The remaining portion of the project, estimated at $2.4 million, has not yet been funded. Due to the topography of the river area, it will require more extensive construction to support the pathway, Durkin said. The village will explore all options, including federal grant applications, to fund the remainder of the

“This project goes a long way toward enhancing our pathway system.” Tom Durkin

Channahon village administrator project. Durkin said his goal is for construction to start in 2017 or early 2018, although he noted a conservative construction deadline of spring 2019 was placed on the grant application. In the meantime, Durkin said the village is proposing adding bike lanes to the existing Bridge Street roadway and reducing the speed limit, which will be signified by added signage. The village of Romeoville also will

receive $296,700 to go toward its proposed Metra station. Mayor John Noak said the funds will help make the site more user-friendly. The contract for the station will go through IDOT and construction may begin in summer or fall of 2017, Noak said. The grant will be used to complete a path for walking and biking south of 135th Street and help pay for the installation of lighting along the multi-use path, a nearby access road, sidewalks, platforms and a warming shelter, according to a news release from the village. According to a news release from IDOT, the ITEP awards focus on improving bike and pedestrian travel, as well as other surface transportation improvements that promote alternative travel options.





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Joliet man charged after body found in SUV By BRIAN STANLEY JOLIET TOWNSHIP – A Joliet man has been arrested on murder charges for allegedly killing an acquaintance over unwanted sexual advances. Javier Heredia-Rios, 32, of the 300 block of North Eastern Avenue, was taken into custody by Will County Sheriff’s Office police about 11 p.m. Monday – hours after the body of Oscar Javier Garrido-Castro, 36, of Jo- Heredia-Rios liet, was discovered. Residents called police at 10:41 a.m. Monday to report Garrido-Castro’s 2004 GMC Envoy abandoned on Rosalind Avenue, west of Farrell Road in Joliet Township, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kathy Hoffmeyer said. “About 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the longtime acquaintances were together at Mora Builders, 12145 W. 159th St. in Homer Glen, where Heredia-Rios was employed,” Hoffmeyer said. “The business was closed, but they were there and began arguing over sexual advances Garrido-Castro was making toward Heredia-Rios.” The altercation escalated until Heredia-Rios struck Garrido-Castro in the head with a hammer and strangled him, Hoffmeyer said. Heredia-Rios then allegedly put Garrido-Castro’s body in the Envoy and drove it to Rosalind Avenue.

“About 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the longtime acquaintances were together at Mora Builders, 12145 W. 159th St. in Homer Glen, where Heredia-Rios was employed. The business was closed, but they were there and began arguing over sexual advances Garrido-Castro was making toward Heredia-Rios.” Kathy Hoffmeyer

Joliet Township, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Hoffmeyer said detectives traced the SUV’s registration to Garrido-Castro and interviewed relatives who relayed previous incidents involving Heredia-Rios and the victim. Heredia-Rios was found at his home and “admitted he was on his way to Mexico,” Hoffmeyer said. According to police reports, Heredia-Rios is an undocumented immigrant who does have a temporary visitors driver’s license. Heredia-Rios was arrested on charges of murder and concealing a homicide and booked into the Will County Jail.

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COAL CITY – A police officer shot an armed man Monday in Coal City. Coal City Police Chief Tom Best said the confrontation happened after police were called about 11 p.m. to a residence on Kankakee Street where a man had barricaded himself inside. Best and two other officers who were present were not injured. The man who allegedly threatened the officers is expected to survive his injuries. Best referred questions about the incident to Illinois State Police, the outside agency assigned to investigate the officer-involved shooting. ISP Capt. Rich Wilk did not respond to a message

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COAL CITY – A house caught fire Tuesday afternoon at 425 N. Broadway St. in Coal City, resulting in about $1,000 in damage. The fire was contained to the bedroom and was out before the Coal City Fire Protection District crew’s arrival, district spokesman Nick Doerfler said. Smoke was cleared by crews and no injuries were reported, Doerfler said. Investigations are underway regarding the cause of the fire.

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PLAINFIELD – Much of the Plainfield Village Board meeting Monday was dedicated to the presentation of the 2015-16 fiscal year audit, which painted a nice picture of the village’s financial situation. “The village did have a good, solid fiscal year,” Director of Management Services Traci Pleckham said in a video of the meeting the village posted to YouTube. The board accepted the audit, which has been posted on the village’s website for residents to review. Mayor Mike Collins and Trustee Jim Racich were absent from the meeting. Trustees approved several other items. The board unanimously approved three things related to the Wash U Car Wash, which will be located on a portion of the Prairie Creek subdivision. Trustees granted a special use permit for a drive-thru at the car wash, approved a site plan for the car wash and approved the plat of the Prairie Creek

North-South second subdivision. Also Monday, the board unanimously greenlighted the purchase of a Tegile T3100 hybrid storage array and support and implementation services from CDW-G at a cost of $24,417.40. Village Information Technology Director Rick Kaczanko told the board he was able to get a refund for a previous storage array purchase that was not up to standards. The board unanimously approved purchase of a 2017 Ford F-150 crew cab pickup, emergency equipment and the installation of it for a total of $41,473.17 at the request of the Plainfield Police Department. Trustee Brian Wojowski requested to have department vehicle purchases presented at one meeting starting next year. Trustees Ed O’Rourke and Garrett Peck were in support of this change. Vehicle purchases seem to be presented for board approval every other month, Wojowski said. Peck mentioned departments could make a list of the vehicles they need each year, then go out to bid to see whether any money can be saved by bidding the purchases out in bulk rather than one or two at a time.

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Shaw Media correspondent MINOOKA – During the Minooka School District 201 Board of Education meeting Monday, Superintendent Kris Monn discussed the preliminary 2016 tax levy based on estimates of property values from Grundy, Will and Kendall counties. Monn said the numbers are preliminary and will be revised as more information becomes available before the published notice Nov. 21 and adoption of the levy at the board meeting Dec. 19. The district has received documents from Will and Kendall counties that indicated an equalized assessed value increase of greater than 5 percent, Monn said. He said Grundy County has not yet provided numbers to the district, but he was told the Minooka and Channahon areas have been the areas that seem to have recovered from the recession most with property values. Monn said the board is considering asking for a levy increase of 13.8 percent in order to cover any EAV surprises, but he does not think there will be a chance that the levy will be that high. More realistically, it could be anywhere from 2 percent to 8 percent. Monn said the main source of the levy increases are the increase in bond and interest payments of about $450,000. All other increases are projected to be from increased property values, which

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Shaw Media correspondent CHANNAHON – Farm animals are not allowed in the nonrural areas of Channahon, but one resident is planning to do her best to talk the Village Board into modifying the ordinance that outlaws them. In particular, Lynda Cipciani is interested in chickens. The South Valley Drive resident was so taken with the baby chicks that some teachers hatch in their classrooms that she went out and bought herself some eggs to hatch them herself. From those came five little chicks that she began to raise, uncaged in her backyard. One turned out to be a rooster, which the family quickly gave to a rural Kankakee resident. The four others are still in her yard – for now. After the Channahon police were called with a report of unlawful chickens, Cipciani was told she needed to get rid of the fowl. She and her husband came before the board Monday, asking whether the animals could stay with her while she prepares a presentation for the Nov. 21

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JOLIET – A judge will have to decide whether attorney-client privilege applies to conversations between an Ottawa man accused sexual abuse and solicitation of murder and the lawyer he didn’t hire. Judge Daniel Kennedy on Tuesday heard arguments between Will County Assistant State’s Attorney Christine Vukmir and defense attorney Chuck Bretz about whether statements Christian L. Shepherd, 37, allegedly made to a jailhouse informant who was wearing a wire can be used as evidence. Shepherd, a former school bus driver, was arrested in April 2010 after a Crest Hill boy said he was molested over a four-year period during which Shepherd baby-sat him. Police said Shepherd was also linked to sexual abuse cases in Lockport and Bolingbrook. Shepherd allegedly admitted to sexually abusing the boy to Crest Hill police officers Renee Maly and Jason Opiola. Two weeks after his arrest, he offered then-Will County jail inmate Franklin Bryant more than $900 to kill the boy, his mother, Maly and Opiola, according to authorities. But Shepherd had already had two conversations at the jail with defense

attorney Anthony Tomkiewicz, who’d been recommended by Bryant. It was shortly after Shepherd’s family did not pay Tomkiewicz’s retainer that Bryant, who was still Tomkiewicz’s client, made the recording, according to Bretz. “There was specific information he gave [Tomkiewicz] in relation to admissions he gave to police. He relied on his legal counsel,” Bretz said. Shepherd testified last week he told Tomkiewicz he’d been coerced into making admissions to police. Tomkiewicz was called to testify Tuesday, but told Kennedy he was concerned about violating attorney-client privilege by revealing any details of the conversation. Vukmir said Shepherd gave up that privilege when he testified about what he’d said. Kennedy asked Vukmir to provide case law showing the defendant has lost the right to keep that conversation confidential when the hearing continues next week. According to court filings, two months after approaching Bryant, Shepherd offered jail inmate Daniel Robinson his 2001 Ford Taurus and advances on his credit cards to kill the boy, his mother, the detectives and Bryant. He was charged with another count of solicitation of murder.

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10, said some of the low attendance might be because of Chicago Cubs and Chicago Blackhawks games. Dollinger added that it was nice to have candidates from both major political parties in the same room. She noted that since she’ll be voting, too, it was important to mingle with different candidates. Tyler Marcum, a Joliet Democratic candidate for District 10, agreed it was a good experience sharing the room with candidates from both parties. He said it was a reminder to opposing candidates that “we aren’t evil.” Joe Carlasare, who also is a Democrat running for Will County Board District 10, said he was a bit disappointed in the constituent turnout because locally is where voters can effect the most change.

• Wesley D. Sykes, 26, of the 200 block of North Eastern Avenue in Joliet, was arrested by Joliet police Thursday on charges of aggravated domestic battery and domestic battery. • Leandre T. Abbott, 24, of the 1200 block of Cutter Avenue in Joliet, was arrested by Joliet police Friday on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and unauthorized possession of a firearm. • Shatara S. Collins, 24, of the 300 block of North Latrobe Avenue in Chicago, was arrested by sheriff’s police Friday on charges of fraud. • Michael J. Fortuna, 31, of the 17W200 block of Leahy Road in Oakbrook Terrace, was arrested by state police Friday on charges of aggravated driving under the influence and driving under the influence. • Joseph C. O’Meara, 31, of the zero block of East Cass Street in Joliet, was arrested by sheriff’s police Friday on charges of drug possession. “I was raised that voting is a civic duty,” Carlasare said, adding he’s heard some people don’t want to vote because of the presidential nominees. “I hope people will still show up.” Bull will show up to vote. Asked which race she’s most concerned with or on the fence about, Bull said she’s “looking at all of them.” She noted she’s undecided on who to vote for in the presidential election, just as she is for local races. “It’s still up in the air,” Bull said, adding she’ll probably wait until Nov. 8 to vote. At the state and federal level, candidates for 11th U.S. Congressional District, State Senate District 38, State Senate District 49, State House District 75 and others were in attendance. At the county level, candidates for Will County executive, circuit clerk, auditor, recorder of deeds and County Board Districts 6, 8, 10 and 13 were in attendance.



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OBITUARIES JAMES DALE BROWN James Dale Brown, age 57, entered into eternal life on Saturday, October 15, 2016 surrounded by his loving family. James is survived by his loving mother, Gladys Lakotich (nee Dean); loving sister, Donna (Thomas) Bourg; loving daughters, Julie Poker, Karen Zimmer, and Wendy Brown; beloved nephew, Dakota Adams; beloved niece, Brittany Adams; cherished grandchildren, Krista, Alyssa, Clara, Alexandria, Kristyn, Tristan, and Ivy; as well as loving nieces and nephews, Jenny (Jeff) Govoni, Thomas (Grace) Bourg Jr., Tiffany (Michael) Reilly, Bradley (Amy) Bourg, and Brandi Upchurch; cherished great nieces and great nephews. Preceded in death by his sister, Dawn Lakotich Adams. Jim worked for Budreck Trucking for numerous years. He loved being on the open road and traveling the country. He was a very generous and kind man who was very devoted to his family. He was a very proud Uncle who was loved by all. Funeral services for James will begin on Friday, October 21, 2016 with prayers in the funeral home chapel at 9:00 a.m. then driving in procession to Pathway Christian Fellowship Church, 19554 N.W. Frontage Rd, Shorewood, IL 60404, for a funeral service at 10:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Fairmount Willow Hills Memorial Park in Willow Springs, IL. Visitation will be Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Tezak Funeral Home, 1211 Plainfield Rd, Joliet, IL 60435. Obituary and tribute wall for James Dale Brown at or for information, 815-722-0524. Arrangements entrusted to:

of Plainfield, Kathe Calkins of Plainfield, Shari Wiley of Georgia; Great Uncle and Aunt Thomas and Michelle Gottfried of Mundelein; Great Uncle, Robert Shive of Indiana; Great-Great Aunt Patricia Coop of Crest Hill; first cousins, Logan (Bailey) Ward of Idaho, Hadan Ward of Hersher, Devin Ward of Hersher, Elizabeth Dunfree of Elwood, Jake Calkins of Plainfield, Ryan Calkins of Plainfield, Hudson Ward of Idaho; cousins, James (Susan) Carey of Joliet, Kathy Coop Luehrs of Joliet, Margaret Carey of Chicago, Michael Carey of Joliet, and Robert Shive of Indiana, Anna and Molly Gottfried. Adam is also survived by numerous cherished family and friends. Preceded in death by his Grandfather, Robert Calkins of Plainfield; Great Grandparents, William and Nelly Deininger of Crest Hill; Great-Great-Grandparents, Thomas and Geraldine “Goldie” McCulloch of Crest Hill; and Great-Aunts, Judith Shive of Indiana and Sally Golland of Arizona. As it was characteristic of Adam’s generosity, he donated his organs and tissues through the Gift of Hope of Illinois to help several who are in need. A Memorial Service was held on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at the Plainfield Central High School Gymnasium. A celebration of life followed at Mistwood Gold Course. Memorials in his name to The American Lung Association, 55 W. Wacker Dr., Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60601 ( 1-800-LUNGUSA would be appreciated. Please visit to look at or upload photos. Arrangements entrusted to the Fred C. Dames Funeral Home, 3200 Black at Essington Rds, Joliet, IL. For information, please call 815-741-5500 or visit his Memorial Tribute at

CAROL L. KONIUSZY Carol L. Koniuszy (nee Babecky), age 84, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sunday, October 16, 2016. Carol is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Raymond Koniuszy; children, Cindi (Dan) Larson, Cory (James) Tromp, Carol Lynn (Bill) Long, James (Karen) Koniuszy and Kenneth (Linda) Koniuszy; grandchildren, Erika (Michael) Todd, Brock and Evan Larson, Jef (Lori-Beth) Tromp, Ryan (Nicole) Tromp, Jaclyn (Tony) Modesto and Julie Tromp, Kevin Valera, Meaghan (Nico) Luttrell and Shawn Long, Jason (Megan) Elmore, Stacey (Lawrence) Allen, Gregory, Kaitlyn and Bethany Koniuszy, Brandon and Brooke Koniuszy; great-grandchildren, Lorelai Tromp, Logan, Allison, Addyson, Landon and Anniston Elmore, Lawrence III, Daiyaan and Rihanna Allen; numerous nieces, nephews cousins and faithful companion Gracie. Preceded in death by her parents, Barney and Louise Babecky; aunts, Caroline and Babe Zaremba and Velma Schultz. Carol was born and raised in Joliet and was an accomplished accordionist winning many awards throughout her life. She graduated from St. Francis Academy class of 1950 and went on to obtain an Associate’s Degree from Keller Business School of Management. After college Carol began her career with Blockson Chemical

and went on to work for the E.J. & E. Railroad as an Executive Secretary for over 25 years. She married her beloved husband, Raymond in 1954 and was joyfully married for 62 years. Carol was a member of the National Association of Railway Business Women. She was a parishioner of St. Thaddeus Catholic Church in Joliet as well as St. Jude Catholic Church in Joliet. Carol’s greatest joy was spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed working puzzles and doing her daily crossword. Carol was a devoted and caring wife and mother who will truly missed. Memorials in Carol’s name may be made to the Joliet Area Community Hospice. A celebration of Carol’s life will begin on Thursday, October 20, 2016 with a visitation at the Church of St. Jude, 2212 McDonough St, Joliet, IL 60436 from 8:30 a.m. until the time of Mass of Christian Burial to be held at 10:30 a.m. Interment to follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Romeoville. There will be NO FUNERAL HOME VISITATION. Obituary and tribute wall for Carol L. Koniuszy at or for information, 815-722-0524. Arrangements entrusted to:

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ELLEN I. GUENTHER ADAM J. CALKINS Adam J. Calkins “Whitey,” age 18 passed away suddenly on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, IL due to complications of asthma. Born in Naperville and a lifelong resident of Plainfield. Graduate of Plainfield Central High School Class of 2016 where he was elected class president for his senior year, affectionately know as “Prez”. He thoroughly enjoyed playing rugby for the high school; he was Plainfield’s Super Fan and had a love for all kinds of music. Survived by his parents, Keith and Jennifer (nee Ward) Calkins of Plainfield; one brother, Zachary S. Calkins of Plainifeld; Grandparents, Steve and Annette Horath of Crest Hill, Nancy Calkins of Plainfield, James A. (Kitte) Ward Sr. of Hersher; Aunts and Uncles, James A. (Buffy) Ward Jr. of Hersher, Sean M. Ward of Elwood, Kirk Calkins of Plainfield, Kevin Calkins

Ellen I. Guenther, age 79, late of New Lenox, Died October 16, 2016. Ellen was born in Berlin, Germany, educated there and moved to the United States in 1959. She married Lutz Guenther and they had four children; Peter Guenther, Randolph (Norma) Guenther, Gregory (Margaret) Guenther and Susan (Tom) Bylaitis. She was the proud grandmother of six; Elizabeth, Christian, Matthew, Emily, Michael and Henry. Ellen worked for Caterpillar and Harlan Berk Numismatics until she retired. She loved playing golf with the Duffres at Woodruff Golf Course and the couple’s league at Deer Creek. Much of her free time was used caring for her grandchildren and gardening. A Memorial Service will take place Friday 11:00 AM at Trinity Lutheran Church 508 N Cedar Road New Lenox, IL. Donations in her name to Trinity Lutheran Church would be appreciated.

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SPRINGFIELD – At the end of a brief online video promoting an Illinois agency’s training summit, the picture faded to black and, several seconds later, a pornographic clip appeared. Emails obtained by The Associated Press show the Illinois Emergency Management Agency scrambling in late August to disable the video, and its chief of staff ordering an investigation into how the salacious footage was added. Officially, the agency – whose conference last month included a session on cyber security – insists no one “hi-

of Information Act, the 2-minute, 17-second video featuring Joseph and Assistant Director Joe Klinger was completed by the first week of August. On Aug. 29, chief of staff Jennifer Ricker emailed Joseph, Klinger and others indicating that she had instructed web developer Brad Brooks to disable the invite. “At the end of the video, it goes black and then starts playing porn,” Ricker wrote. “Once the video is down, I have instructed Brad to then start investigating how this occurred.” Less than an hour later, IEMA chief information officer Sreekumar Govindan reported, “It’s back on! We added stricter privacy settings. ... There was no hijacking involved.”

There was no need for an investigation because adjusting YouTube viewer settings solved the problem, Thompson said. Initially, Thompson said that under YouTube’s design, the pornographic feature automatically loaded as the random “next choice” following the IEMA video. Later, she said that when Brooks responded to Ricker’s order, he found that what followed IEMA’s video was a choice of four other videos, featured in “thumbnail” photos. Thompson said Brooks didn’t review the offerings for lewd material. Rather, he unchecked a box allowing suggested follow-up videos and set the system to return the IEMA video to its beginning, Thompson said.

She is survived by her children, Paula Lockwood of Joliet, Kathleen (William) Kordt of Reddick, Patricia (Raymond) Morris of Plainfield, Jeffrey Lockwood of Joliet, Paul Lockwood of Cleveland, Ohio, and Adrienne (John) Buell of Coal City; sisters, Angelina Principi of Bari, Italy and Vanda Martellotta of Venissieux, France; brother, Domenico (Elena) Principi of Bari, Italy; and sister-in-law, Hildegarde Lockwood of Joliet. She is also survived by nine grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces and nephews in the U.S., Italy, France, and Brazil. She will be missed by the countless friends she made throughout her long life. Donations to Joliet Area Community Hospice, St. Joseph Catholic Church of Joliet, or Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, would be greatly appreciated. A private service for immediate family was held Wednesday, October 12, 2016. Interment at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Obituary and tribute wall for Doris Lockwood at or for information, 815-722-0524. Arrangements entrusted to:

Tommy is preceded in death by three sisters, Mae Frances (Tootsie) Doughtery, Jessie Mae English, SharonGreen; and five brothers, David (Jewel) Forrest, L.B. (Lucky) Forrest, Sylvester(Junior) Seabron, Lenwood Seabron, Jerome Seabron. He leaves to mourn two sisters, Mildred Gildon, Charlotte (Seabron) Ferguson; and two brothers, Wayne & Lloyd Seabron; and survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed. A memorial service will be held at 6:30pm on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at Cherlynne’s Chateau, 205 E. Clinton Street, Joliet, IL. Remains have been trusted with Range Funeral Home, Joliet, IL.

nieces and nephews. Visitation Friday, October 21, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Anderson Memorial Chapel 606 Townhall Dr. Romeoville, IL., funeral service Saturday, October 22, 2016 9:30 a.m. from the funeral home to St. Andrew the Apostle Church, Romeoville, IL for Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Romeoville, IL

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DORIS LOCKWOOD Born: February 6, 1927 Died: October 5, 2016

Doris Lockwood (nee Principi), age 89, passed away peacefully Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at Presence Villa Franciscan with her children at her bedside. Born Vincenza Principi on February 6, 1927 in Monopoli, Italy, she was raised in the city of Bari. She married Ronald George Lockwood, a WWII USAF Staff Sergeant, on January 20, 1945, came to Joliet in 1946, and became a U.S. citizen in 1952. Doris was a gifted artist and craftswoman. Working in various mediums, she produced paintings and drawings, as well as intricate paper tole, and decoupage. For over forty years, she was also a respected antique furniture restorer and master upholsterer, where her training as a fine seamstress in Italy helped her create intricate fabric finishes. In addition, she was an extraordinary Italian cook, her specialties being homemade pastas and sauces, and she was an early member of the popular Joliet YMCA water ballet troupe. Doris was a long-time parishioner at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Joliet, and volunteered for many years at the Daybreak Shelter for the homeless. She is remembered for her commitment to equality for all people and a kind generosity to those in need. She undoubtedly served as a surrogate mother and grandmother to countless people over the years. She is preceded in death by her husband, Ronald George Lockwood; son, Ronald Anthony Lockwood; parents, Amedeo and Marta (nee Tempesta) Principi; brother and sister-in-law, Pasquale and Sonia Principi; and brothers-in-law, Gino Martellotta and Kenneth Lockwood.

THOMAS SEABRON MONTGOMERY Born: October 10, 1954 Died: October 12, 2016

Thomas(Tommy) Seabron Montgomery died on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at his home. He was 62. Born October 10, 1954 and was a life-long resident of Joliet, Illinois. He attended Joliet Public Schools and graduated from Joliet Central High School. Born to Ida B. Seabron and Thomas Montgomery, Sr.

DAWN MARIE PEDERSEN Dawn Marie Pedersen, age 41, passed away Friday October 14, 2016. Beloved wife of Robert Pedersen; loving mother of Mark (Alicia) Mulconrey, Mackenzie Mulconrey, Dalynie Pedersen, Bobbianne Pedersen and the late Jordyne Mulconrey; cherished daughter of Frances and the late Charles Hobbs; devoted grandmother of Joey Rodriguez and future granddaughter, Annabeth; fond sister of Chuck (Candace) Hobbs and Kym (late Jack) Fazio; numerous

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WASHINGTON – Earth’s 16-month sizzling streak of record high temperatures is finally over, according to one group of federal meteorologists. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said last month’s 60.6 degrees (15.9 Celsius) was merely the second hottest September on record for the globe. That’s ever so slightly cooler – a few hundredths of a degree – than the record set in 2015. But it was quite a bit warmer – 1.6 degrees (0.9 Celsius) – than the 20th-century average. Global average temperatures include both land and sea surface readings. And while oceans were cooling off a tad, global land temperatures in September still set a record high, NOAA climate scientist Jessica Blunden said. It was an unusually hot month in much of Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

The four-member safety board also blamed Execuflight, a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, aviation company that operated the jet, for inadequate pilot training and aircraft maintenance and the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to provide proper oversight of the company. The pilot and his captain in charge of the flight were carrying seven employees of a Florida commercial real estate company from Dayton, Ohio, to Akron. The Nov. 10, 2015, crash occurred less than two miles from Akron Fulton International Airport.

Video shows tussle over naked Clinton statue

NEW YORK – A statue of a topless, hoofed Hillary Clinton appeared outside a subway station Tuesday, prompting a tussle after one woman purposely knocked it down and sat on it to prevent others from picking it back up. The display marked the second NTSB blames pilot error for jet crash that killed 9 time a lifesize, exaggerated depiction of a naked presidential CLEVELAND – The National nominee has surfaced outside a Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday concluded that the Manhattan subway stop during pilot in control of a corporate jet the general election campaign. as it approached an Ohio airport In August, an artist’s statue of an unclothed Donald Trump was improperly set the aircraft’s eventually hauled away by city flaps and failed to maintain a proper speed, causing the plane workers. – Wire reports to plunge into an apartment


Obama to Trump: ‘Stop whining’ about election The ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON – “Stop whining,” President Barack Obama rebuked Donald Trump on Tuesday, speaking out as seldom before on next month’s election and chiding the Republican for sowing suspicion about the integrity of America’s presidential vote. Obama also accused Trump of cozying up to Russia’s Vladimir Putin to a degree “unprecedented in American politics.” The president said Trump’s intensifying pre-emptive warnings about voter fraud are unheard of in modern politics. The rhetoric is not based on any evidence, Obama said, but is simply aimed at discrediting the outcome before the first votes are counted. “You start whining before the game is even over?” Obama said at a Rose Garden news conference. “If whenever things are going badly for you and you lose you start blaming somebody else – then you don’t have what it takes to be in this job.” Campaigning in Colorado, the GOP candidate repeated his assertions about “corrupt” elections but did not respond directly to the president. Trump vowed to “drain the swamp” in Washington, and for the first time promised to push for a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress. The president’s remarks came as Trump and his Republican allies look for ways to regain momentum after a damaging few weeks in the campaign. Heading into the third and final debate Wednesday night, Trump is trailing in the polls and running out of time for a comeback before Nov. 8. Obama waded into the race to elect a successor, speaking at the White House where he was hosting his final state visit. Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi at his side, the president initially said he would

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks Tuesday at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colo. pull his punches when it came to politics, respecting the official setting. But when he was asked about Trump’s rhetoric, he hardly held back. “I would invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes,” he said. The GOP candidate has ramped up warnings about potential fraud. That’s drawing criticism not only from Democrats, but from his own party, particularly the state and county officials who run local elections, who fear the rhetoric will give losers license to dispute any results. “They even want to try and rig the election at the polling booth, where so many cities are corrupt and you see that and voter fraud is all too common,” Trump said at a rally in Colorado Springs. Independent studies and election officials in both parties say they see no evidence that voter fraud – individuals impersonating others to cast ballots – is a widespread problem. Asked about Trump’s claims on Tuesday, running mate Mike Pence dodged and suggested Trump’s point actually was about the “overwhelming bias in the national media.” Pence spoke after touring the burned-out offices of the

Republican Party in Hillsborough, North Carolina. The GOP office was firebombed over the weekend in what Pence called an “act of political terrorism.” Trump pointed at Clinton supporters, but Pence did not assign blame. Police are investigating. Clinton held no public events Tuesday while she prepared for the debate. She has her own troubles and is certain to be asked about the latest revelations involving her use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state. New FBI documents released Monday revived questions about whether she received classified information and whether State Department allies sought to protect her from criticism over the email arrangement. The FBI notes show a State Department official asked the FBI to lower the classification of a sensitive email found on her server. The email was related to the attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya. The documents revealed discussion of a “quid pro quo” in trying to get the email reclassified, although it’s not clear who first raised the issue. Both State and FBI officials deny any bargaining took place, and the email was not declassified.

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Navigate minefields in upcoming elections Presidential candidates set the turnout. That’s the race voters care about the most by far, so everybody else who’s running down-ballot essentially has to work within the structure of that year’s presidential turnout numbers. Some organizations can fiddle around with the margins here and there and get some voters out who might not have bothered voting, but down-ballot candidates mainly have to find a way to win with the hand they are dealt by the top of the ticket. So if one presidential candidate crashes and burns, that’s almost always the ballgame. That’s just something to keep in mind while watching top Republicans abandon their presidential nominee Donald Trump after that ghastly “hot mic” tape surfaced and he, in turn, lashed out at those turncoat Republicans and promised a nuclear attack on the Democratic nominee whom he has pledged to prosecute if elected. Yes, there’s still time for Trump to get his act together. The election is still a few weeks away – usually considered an eternity in politics. But, man, just look at this mess. Miracles do happen in politics, but miracles ain’t plans. It goes without saying that the impact of a possible implosion in Illinois will be felt the most in the suburbs,

VIEWS Rich Miller where more moderate voters were less receptive to Trump’s candidacy to begin with. Rep. Sam Yingling, D-Grayslake, has been under constant, withering attack from the Republicans for months, so he could really use some help from the top. The Democrats recently sent more than $200,000 to Cynthia Borbas’ DuPage County race against Rep. Christine Winger, R-Wood Dale. That’s about half of all the money they’ve given her since July. President Barack Obama lost the district by two points in 2012, so it’s worth watching whether this weirdness at the top continues. The Republicans maintain that their expensive and meticulously concocted plan, centered around tying Democratic candidates directly to the horribly unpopular House Speaker Michael Madigan, will get people to the polls and convince them to support Republican legislative candidates even if some of them vote for Hillary Clinton. But the Republicans have also said for months that their plan depends on Trump not completely falling apart. He just has to run a “normal” race, which

obviously isn’t happening. It’s hard to see how this will work out well for the Republicans in the suburbs, where moderate women voters are undoubtedly appalled at what’s going on with Donald Trump. But it’s a bit trickier in downstate districts, where Trump has been the most popular here. For example, just a couple of short weeks ago, Mike Mathis’ Democratic supporters were proudly pointing to the number of homes that had their guy’s yard signs planted next to Trump’s signs. Mathis is up against appointed Rep. Avery Bourne, R-Raymond, is a district just south of Springfield and has run a credible race. The Mathis campaign’s boast about attracting Trump supporters has also happened in most every other contested downstate district, as what remains of the Democratic blue-collar white male vote surged away from Clinton to Trump. Simply put, the Democrats recognized early on that they needed those votes to win. In Mathis’ case, President Obama lost the 95th House District by 13 points four years ago, so the only way he can defeat Bourne is with support from people who normally lean Republican. Mathis was asked about who he was supporting for president at a candidates’ forum last week. After much

hemming and hawing and complaining about how bad the choices were, he finally said, reluctantly, that he’d be voting for Hillary Clinton. Trump has become so toxic that maybe Mathis’ position won’t hurt him too badly. Then again, lots and lots of Trump supporters believe Clinton is the Devil incarnate (I’m not kidding, do a Google search). They may not like what their guy is doing, but that won’t push them toward her. Trump polled a mere 29 percent in a statewide Democratic poll taken the middle of last week and careened downward to an unheard-of 27 percent in a Republican tracking poll earlier last week. He bounced back to above 30 in that GOP tracker, but ... oh, man that’s still bad. To be clear, a Trump implosion will undoubtedly help Democrats. The fewer people who lean Republican who actually vote on election day or switch parties means Democratic voters will make up a greater share of the November 8th pie. But after positioning themselves as Trump-friendly for months, Downstate Democrats now have to navigate a minefield for the next few weeks.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Support Safe Roads Amendment

To the Editor: This election, the first question on the ballot, before the candidates for president, will ask Illinois voters whether the state should spend transportation taxes and fees on transportation purposes. Many in Illinois think the taxes and fees they pay to own and operate a vehicle are already spent exclusively on transportation but, according to the Transportation for Illinois Coalition, over the past 13 years $6.8 billion in transportation dollars have not been spent as they were intended. The poor roads conditions and aging transit system that many of us are familiar with has been exacerbated by the diversion of these funds. And it is more than an inconvenience. Potholes have become a fact of life and the repairs are costly. A national transportation research group estimates Illinois



drivers pay $547 a year in increased operating and repair costs due to poor pavement conditions. Some drivers may avoid costly repairs by dodging potholes, which can lead to traffic crashes. The lack of funding, aggravated by years of misspending in Springfield, has meant that our bridges also are in poor condition. Over 4,200 Illinois bridges are considered to be in poor condition. The safety of a bridge is not something we should have to worry about as we are crossing it. AAA Chicago supports the Safe Roads Amendment because we feel it is an important step to safeguarding the safety of Illinois motorists. We urge you to consider the amendment carefully and vote “yes” on the first question the ballot in November. Alicia Lyles

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Providence Catholic’s Jacob Purvis (19) controls the ball in front of Joliet Catholic’s Tyler Kaput (6) on Tuesday at the Class 2A Lemont Regional Semifinal at Lemont High School.


Providence looks for playoff run to bounce back from recent woes By CURT HERRON

win streak that helped them earn the top-seed in their sectional. But after some key players got LEMONT – Things looked great banged up, including a season-endfor Providence Catholic’s boys soccer ing knee injury to center back Jack team on Oct. 1, thanks to a seven-match Barrett, the Celtics’ fortunes quickly














changed as they dropped their last that their resiliency makes up for the four matches heading into the Class 2A recent rough spell. The Providence coach was obviousLemont Regional. However, coach Dan Potempa has ly pleased with how his squad kicked asked individuals to step and fill different roles and the Celtics are hopeful See BOYS SOCCER, page 28




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JCA’s Bauer-Hutchison top Class 1A seed at state By DICK GOSS There is something different this fall in the world of high school girls tennis, and it could pay dividends for some of the Joliet area’s top players at this weekend’s state tournament. The Joliet Catholic Academy unbeaten doubles team of seniors McCoy Hutchison and Maddie Bauer has been tearing it up all season. The pair, who are 27-0, lost a set for the first time Saturday when they beat Benet senior Katie Telford and junior Pauline Neubert, 6-7 (1), 6-0, 6-3, in the semifinals of the Class 1A Benet Sectional. That’s right, the Class 1A Benet Sectional. This is the first year girls tennis features two classes rather than one. The tournaments will be played from Thursday through Saturday at Buffalo Grove and other nearby sites. While the top players at Class 1A

schools are capable of competing against top talent at Class 2A schools, there will be fewer of those heavy hitters for them to negotiate at state. In all, there will be 64 singles and 64 doubles entries in each of the two classes. After their three-set victory in the semifinals Saturday, Bauer and Hutchison went on to win the championship match in straight sets for their third consecutive sectional title. On Tuesday, they received the No. 1 seed for the Class 1A state tournament. They will be making their fourth appearance at state, having gone 2-2 in the single-class tournament as freshmen, 3-2 as sophomores and 3-2 as juniors. JCA also has a singles player in freshman Mia Bertino, who has drawn a 9-16 seed at state. She won the sectional title and sports a 23-4 record, with none of the losses to a Class 1A opponent. Morris senior Megan Davy won the

Class 1A LaSalle-Peru Sectional singles title and will make her fourth state appearance in singles. Her overall record at state is 2-6, but with the two-class system, she may get a draw that affords more victories. Then there’s the Class 2A tournament, where Joliet West Co-op junior Eileen Carney is a 9-16 seed and looking to make a splash. She won the Plainfield South Sectional for her third straight sectional singles title. She was 3-2 at state as a freshman and 4-2 last year. Another of the area’s top singles players in the Plainfield South Sectional, Plainfield North junior Gabby Ochalik, suffered tough three-set losses in the semifinals and third-place matches after she already had qualified for state. She was 2-2 at state as a freshman and 3-2 last year. Lockport senior Tomi Jo Mansel will be at state for a fourth straight

year. She qualified in singles as a freshman and a junior and in doubles as a sophomore and this year, now teaming with senior Mary Kate Burcheitt. Mansel was 0-2 in singles as a freshman, 3-2 in doubles as a sophomore and 2-2 in singles last year. Burcheitt and her then-partner finished 2-2 at state last fall. Lockport qualified both its doubles teams as Porters junior Kaitlyn Graves and sophomore Brianna Hillock finished third in the Plainfield South Sectional. Lincoln-Way Central freshman Emma Rimkunas and sectional champion Erin Klein, a Lincoln-Way East junior, qualified in singles at Andrew. Two Griffins doubles teams also punched their tickets to state – Jade Christensen-Caroline Kilrea and Makenzie Helsel-Cassie Weyker. Christensen, a senior, was part of an East doubles team that went 0-2 at state in 2014.


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off its postseason on Tuesday when it scored five goals in the opening half during a 7-0 victory in an abbreviated match against Joliet Catholic Academy. The Celtics (10-8-1) will meet the winner of today’s match between Lemont and Rich South in Saturday’s 3 p.m. championship. “The good thing about this team is that we have a lot of versatile players,” Potempa said. “And they’re not just versatile, they’re willing to do it. We’ve spent a lot of time the last couple of weeks trying to move people around and a lot of people have stepped up and played well. But we just need to give them time on the field to play together. “Jack was our first main injury all season, and granted, it was a big one. We knew that having to go through Lemont at some point that would be difficult. Their record doesn’t show what kind of team they are since they’re still a quality Lemont team and we know that we’ll have to bring our best on Saturday to get past them. It will be a good test for us. If we can get through them, I think it will show that we’re ready and give the boys some confidence.” Providence moved in front for good in the seventh minute when Luke Picard connected for his first of three goals. He also handed out an assist on another score. “The last few weeks of the season were tough on us, but that’s prepared us for the playoffs since we’ve learned from that,” Picard said. “We just have to play every game at 110 percent since we realize that any one of these could be

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ABOVE: Providence Catholic’s Luke Picard (10) heads the ball on Tuesday against Joliet Catholic at the Class 2A Lemont Regional Semifinal. RIGHT: JCA’s Luke Singletary heads the ball against Providence Catholic on Tuesday at the Lemont Regional Semifinal. our last game. In those four losses, we realized that none of these games are going to be given to us and we have to work harder. “Saturday will be a good game and we just have to take everything from practice and bring it onto the field in order to come out on top. Our offense is doing a good job of putting the ball into the back of the net. Everyone on this team are friends and that really helps to being everything together.” The Celtics didn’t score again until the opening half moved just past its midpoint when Picard sent a pass in

front to Johnathan Jimenez, who put in an attempt from close range. Providence made it 3-0 in the 24th minute when Jack McAllister placed a corner kick in front of the net and Cam Cutler was there to head it in for a goal. Then in the 26th minute, Carter Appleton sent a pass into the box and Cutler was there to put in the short try. Jimenez collected his second goal in the 31st minute to give the Celtics a 5-0 advantage, and they could have added to that total, but JCA keeper Jimmy Folino came up with key stops on Jimenez and Picard during the final minutes of

the half. As the final half got underway, the Hilltoppers had two of their best chances, but keeper Scottie Slocum punched away a short shot by Manuel Alvarez and then came out to disrupt the Hilltopper senior as he was driving to the net. In between those efforts, Celtic Jake Purvis fired in an attempt from the side that was also thwarted. Providence took a 6-0 lead in the 52nd minute when Picard got to a loose ball in the box and connected and then it chopped off 11 minutes when Picard free in front and scored again. “We all had to step up when our leading center back, Jack, tore his ACL, to try to fill in the gap that he left,” Celtic Jack Land said. “It’s been hard, and that’s mainly the reason for our recent stretch of games. But I feel like now we have brought it together and are starting to figure out how to replace him throughout the playoffs. “It’s kind of motivation and determination for us since now we have something to fight for. We know that it’s going to be a fight the rest of the way, so we just have to keep on doing what we are and we can win regionals. We’d like to be at home with our fans for the sectional.”

Dodgers lead series 2-1


Hill outpitches Arrieta; Dodgers beat Cubs for NLCS lead By BETH HARRIS

The Associated Press

• Wednesday, October 19, 2016

LOS ANGELES – Fourteen months removed from independent ball on Long Island, Rich Hill pitched the Los Angeles Dodgers into a 2-1 NL Championship Series lead. Hill allowed two hits in six innings to beat Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta, Yasmani Grandal hit a tworun homer in the fourth inning and the Dodgers defeated the Cubs, 6-0, Tuesday night. After winning a big league high 103 games during the regular season and sparking belief they could win the World Series for the first time since 1908, the Cubs have been shut out in consecutive games for the first time this year, managing just six hits – five of them singles. Hill, who pitched for the Atlantic League’s Long Island Ducks in August 2015, struck out six and walked two. Joe Blanton, Grant Dayton and Kenley Jansen finished, giving the Dodgers consecutive postseason shutouts for the first time. Julio Urias starts Game 4 for the Dodgers on Wednesday and at 20 years, 68 days will become the youngest starting pitcher in postseason history. John Lackey starts for the Cubs. Hill was acquired from Oakland

along with Josh Reddick at the Aug. 1 trade deadline. The 36-year-old left-hander struggled with a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand that landed him on the disabled list from mid-July to late August. The blister still bothered him in the final weeks of the regular season, and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts pulled him after seven perfect innings against Miami on Sept. 11. Hill was strong from the start against one of his former teams, retiring the side to open the game and later eight in a row. He’s given up one run in 23 innings over four home starts for the Dodgers, lowering his ERA to 0.39. Rookie Corey Seager put the Dodgers ahead with an RBI single in the third, ending an 0-for-15 slide with runners in scoring position in postseason play. Grandal was 0 for 5 with three strikeouts against Arrieta in his career before he launched a 3-2 pitch into the right-field pavilion in the fourth for a 3-0 lead. Grandal drove in Josh Reddick, who singled and stole second and third. Justin Turner homered on the first pitch leading off the sixth to chase Arrieta, who dominated the Dodgers in his last previous two starts against them, including a no-hitter at Dodger Stadium in August 2015.

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Cubs manager Joe Maddon takes starter Jake Arrieta out of the game Tuesday during the sixth inning of Game 3 of the National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles.


Blue Jays stave off ALCS elimination, beat Indians By NOAH TRISTER

The Associated Press TORONTO – Josh Donaldson homered to give Toronto a long-awaited lead, and the Blue Jays finally broke through with the bats, beating the Cleveland Indians, 5-1, on Tuesday to avert a sweep in the AL Championship Series. The Indians still lead the matchup 3-1, but Donaldson and a poised Aaron Sanchez handed them their first loss of this postseason. Edwin Encarnacion later hit a tworun single, a welcome sight for a raucous Rogers Centre crowd that had fallen silent watching its team reach the brink of elimination because of a slumbering offense. Donaldson’s solo shot to left-center field off Corey Kluber in the third put

the Blue Jays ahead for the first time all series. Two innings after that, the star third baseman made an outstanding diving stop to preserve a one-run edge. Sanchez, the American League ERA champion, allowed a run and two hits in six innings, and the bullpen finished with three perfect innings. Cleveland will try again Wednesday to earn its first World Series trip since 1997, but the big concern for the Indians coming into the series – an injury-riddled rotation – still lingers. Kluber was starting on three days’ rest for the first time in his career, and in Game 5 Cleveland will send lightly used rookie Ryan Merritt to the mound against Marco Estrada. Kluber hadn’t allowed a run in either of his first two starts this postseason. Donaldson, the reigning AL MVP and sporting a still freshly shaved face,

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opened the scoring with his first home run of these playoffs. The wild-card Blue Jays made it 2-0 in the fourth when Ezequiel Carrera’s blooper fell between three Cleveland fielders in left-center for an RBI single. Roberto Perez hit an RBI double in the fifth off Sanchez. Carlos Santana’s two-out grounder to the left side might have had a chance to score him, but Donaldson made the play. The Indians didn’t have another baserunner after that. Brett Cecil, Jason Grilli and Roberto Osuna pitched an inning each in relief for Toronto. Taking no chances, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons brought in Osuna, his closer, in a non-save situation to finish off Cleveland. The Indians were trying to become the third team to sweep a Division Series and Championship Series in the

same postseason. The 2007 Colorado Rockies and 2014 Kansas City Royals both did it. Cleveland had won nine in a row, including three straight over Boston in the ALDS. The Indians had a chance to take the lead in the third when Tyler Naquin hit a leadoff double and went to third on a sacrifice. Sanchez retired Santana on a soft grounder with the infield in, and then Jason Kipnis also grounded out. Kluber was pulled after 89 pitches. He allowed two runs and four hits in five innings. The Blue Jays added two more runs in the seventh after a throwing error by reliever Bryan Shaw. Encarnacion came up with the bases loaded and the crowd chanting “Eddie” – and his hard grounder skipped off the mound and into center field to make it 4-1.

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Fleener finds end zone in multiple ways VIEWS Dick Goss When Joliet Catholic Academy graduate Coby Fleener signed a five-year deal with the New Orleans Saints in the offseason, it was a perfect fit. Saints quarterback Drew Brees, one of the best in the NFL, likes to target his tight end, and Fleener generally is rated a better-than-average receiving tight end. Brees was eager to begin working with his new partner. Only when the season got under way, things did not click immediately. Fleener was not involved in the Saints’ passing game as much as predicted. New Orleans (2-3) got off to a slow start, and things were not looking up. However, last week’s 41-38 victory over Carolina may help turn the tables – for Fleener and his new teammates. Fleener scored two rather spectacular touchdowns, giving him three for the season, to help fuel the victory. His first score came on his first NFL carry, an end-around for a 2-yard touchdown run on a fourth-and-1 play. The second was a 50-yard reception of a pass from Brees that was thrown into traffic because Fleener and another receiver ran routes too close together. “All of a sudden, all these bodies were in this melee and here’s Coby, coming down with it and taking it the distance,” Brees was quoted by The Associated Press. “It worked out nicely.” Fleener finished with six receptions for 74 yards, bringing his season totals to 19 catches for 237 yards, a 12.5 average. The feeling here is we can expect good numbers from No. 82 the rest of the season. After an outstanding career at Stanford, Fleener spent the first several years of his NFL career at Indianapolis with Andrew Luck, his former college quarterback. These days, Luck is throwing to another JCA graduate, rookie running back Josh Ferguson. Coming off a solid career at Illinois, Ferguson has carried eight times from scrimmage for the Colts (2-4) for a net of 8 yards. His primary use so far has been as a receiver out of the backfield. He has 19 receptions for 127 yards, a 6.7 average, with a long play of 14 yards. Another Colts rookie from our area is receiving some playing time. Linebacker Antonio Morrison (Bolingbrook), who played his college ball at Florida, has made 12 tackles, including two solo stops. New England Patriots starting defensive end Rob Ninkovich (Lincoln-Way Central, Joliet Junior College, Purdue) has played in two games and made five tackles since returning from

New Orleans Saints tight end Coby Fleener (82) races to the end zone ahead of the Carolina defense on a 50-yard touchdown play during the second half of last Sunday’s game. The Saints won, 41-38. AP Photo

his season-opening suspension for violating the NFL’s drug policy. Ninkovich also was recovering from an injury in the early portion of the season, but he is ready now to help the Patriots (5-1) march toward another AFC East title. Running back Kapri Bibbs (Plainfield North), formerly a member of the practice squad with the Denver Broncos (4-2), is on the active roster this season. A record-setting running back at Colorado State in his relatively brief college career, Bibbs has four carries for 21 yards, a 5.3 average, and one pass reception for 6 yards. Two other former area standouts currently are on practice squads of NFL teams. Offensive tackle Adam Gettis (Lincoln-Way East) is with the New York Giants in that capacity, and former Northern Illinois running back Cameron Stingily (Romeoville) is on the practice squad of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Stingily’s older brother Byron Stingily (Romeoville), an offensive tackle, was on injured reserve with the Giants early this season and was released about a month ago. Of course, we cannot leave a discussion about local talent in the NFL without a mention of coach Mike Zimmer’s Minnesota Vikings (5-0). Zimmer, a Lockport graduate, lost his starting quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, to a serious knee injury before the season, yet the Vikings are unbeaten. The big reason is defense. Zimmer is considered one of the best defensive coaches in the business, and

the Vikings are allowing an NFL-best 12.6 points a game.

•Dick Goss can be reached at dgoss@shawmediacom.








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SUBMITTED REPORTS GENEVA – When boys soccer pairings were announced for the Class 3A Bolingbrook Sectional, most observers would have predicted a clash between No. 2 seed Naperville Central and No. 7 seed Geneva in the Geneva Regional finals. But thanks to a pair of 1-0 upset wins on Tuesday, it will instead be No. 15 Plainfield Central against No. 10 Plainfield East in Saturday’s 3 p.m. regional title match in Geneva. The Wildcats stunned Naperville Central in the first semifinal match and then the Bengals knocked off the hosts by the same score in the second contest. Plainfield East defeated Plainfield Central, 3-1, when the squads met Sept. 6 at the Bengals’ stadium.

rolled to an easy semifinal win over the hosts in the 3A Moline Regional. They will meet Normal West in Friday’s 5 p.m. championship match.

Normal Community 3, Joliet West 1:

The Tigers lost to the host team in the 3A Normal Community Regional semifinals.

Waubonsie Valley 2, Bolingbrook 1:

The Raiders fell in the 3A Lockport Regional.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Minooka 25-25, Oswego East 16-19:

Brooklyn Bachmann had 18 assists, while Ali Papesh added nine kills, four blocks, Rocky Perinar had six kills and Kamryn Johnson had three kills.

Lincoln-Way West 25-25, Thornridge 9-5: Kerrigan Fritz had eight kills and

five aces to lead West (22-13) to the SouthWest Suburban Red win.

Lincoln-Way East 25-25, Lockport 1219: The Porters (22-11, 3-2) were led by Serene Jones’ six kills in the SouthWest Suburban loss.

Reed-Custer 25-25, Westmont 19-17:

MacKenzie Collier and Kassidy Barr both had five kills each. Georgia Votta had seven digs and an ace, and Val

Gardner-South WIlmington 25-25, Illinois Lutheran 12-16: Sydney Perkins (11 assists), Celia Barna (nine assists, four kills) and Lexi Robison (eight kills, three aces) led GSW (16-7-2, 8-3).

Plainfield Central 25-25, Romeoville 14-15: Lyric Miles led Romeoville with seven kills.

GIRLS SWIMMING Lincoln-Way West’s Schreiber claims title: Warriors senior Caitlyn

Schreiber claimed the 50 freestyle title at the Glenbrook South Titan Relays Meet on Saturday. Schreiber earned the title for the second consecutive year.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL USF’s Barnette cited: St. Francis

sophomore kicker Grayson Barnette was named the Mid-States Football Association Midwest League Special Teams Player of the Week. Barnette connected on a 24-yard field goal with :04 left in the contest to lift St. Francis (3-4) to a 24-21 home win over Davenport this past Saturday. Earlier in the game, he was perfect on three extra-point attempts to extend his season-long streak to 27. Barnette is one of only three kickers in the NAIA this season to have made at least 27 PATs without a miss.

YOUTH SOCCER Brooks 3, Humphrey 1: Brooks Middle

School edged Humphrey 3-1 Thursday to win the Valley View School District 365U boys soccer championship. The Bulldogs finished the season with an 11-1 record. Team members are Leo Ballesteros, Julian Villarreal, Anthony Pacindo, Angel Mejia, Japmanjit Singh, Gabriel Poteracki, Salvador Garcia, Julian Pacheco, Cristian Ramirez, Oscar Castellanos, Emmanuel Franco, Eder Melgar, John DiDomenico, Jiovany Pacheco, Anthony Vences, Giovanni Rios, Josh Lund, Erick Pacheco, Gerardo Ramirez, Cody Mangrum, Angel Nunez, John Esquivel, Jose Valles and Victor Ortega.

Hossa’s 500th goal helps Hawks beat Flyers The Associated Press CHICAGO – Marian Hossa scored his 500th career goal, Artem Anisimov snapped a third-period tie with his first score of the season and the Blackhawks beat the Philadelphia Flyers, 7-4, on Tuesday night. Hossa’s power-play goal chased Michal Neuvirth and gave the Hawks a 4-0 lead, but Philadelphia responded with four goals in a 51/2-minute


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PA 107 142 78 131

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PF 199 94 155 161

PA 166 142 168 176

Pct .800 .500 .500 .167

PF 105 110 153 127

PA 78 137 104 185

WEEK 7 Thursday Bears at Green Bay, 7:25 p.m. Sunday N.Y. Giants at Los Angeles, 8:30 a.m. Minnesota at Philadelphia, noon New Orleans at Kansas City, noon Oakland at Jacksonville, noon Baltimore at N.Y. Jets, noon Washington at Detroit, noon Indianapolis at Tennessee, noon Buffalo at Miami, noon Cleveland at Cincinnati, noon Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m. San Diego at Atlanta, 3:05 p.m. New England at Pittsburgh, 3:25 p.m. Seattle at Arizona, 7:30 p.m. Monday Houston at Denver, 7:30 p.m. Off: Dallas, Carolina

East W L T New England 5 1 0 Buffalo 4 2 0 Miami 2 4 0 N.Y. Jets 1 5 0 North W L T Pittsburgh 4 2 0 Baltimore 3 3 0 Cincinnati 2 4 0 Cleveland 0 6 0 South W L T Houston 4 2 0 Tennessee 3 3 0 Jacksonville 2 3 0 Indianapolis 2 4 0 West W L T Oakland 4 2 0 Denver 4 2 0 Kansas City 3 2 0 San Diego 2 4 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)

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PA 91 103 134 164

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PA 123 115 145 176

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PA 127 127 127 174

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PA 163 108 102 155

Thursday, Oct. 27 Jacksonville at Tennessee, 7:25 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30 Washington at Cincinnati, 8:30 a.m. Detroit at Houston, noon Arizona at Carolina, noon Kansas City at Indianapolis, noon N.Y. Jets at Cleveland, noon New England at Buffalo, noon Seattle at New Orleans, noon Oakland at Tampa Bay, noon San Diego at Denver, 3:05 p.m. Green Bay at Atlanta, 3:25 p.m. Philadelphia at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31 Minnesota at Bears, 7:30 p.m. Off: Los Angeles, San Francisco, N.Y. Giants, Miami, Baltimore, Pittsburgh


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L 1 0 1 1 2 3 3

OT 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Pts 6 4 4 2 1 1 0

GF 12 6 14 8 8 7 6

Pacific Division

San Jose Vancouver Edmonton Arizona Calgary Anaheim Los Angeles

GA 12 4 13 10 14 12 12


Tampa Bay Ottawa Florida Montreal Boston Toronto Buffalo Detroit

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GA 4 12 10 13

New Jersey Carolina N.Y. Islanders Columbus

3 2 4 2

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1 0 3 2

1 2 0 0

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5 7 9 5

6 9 12 9

NOTE: 2 points for a win, 1 point for OT loss. Tuesday’s Results Blackhawks 7, Philadelphia 4 San Jose 3, N.Y. Islanders 2 Washington 3, Colorado 0 New Jersey 2, Anaheim 1 Ottawa 7, Arizona 4 Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 0 Tampa Bay 4, Florida 3, SO Minnesota 6, Los Angeles 3 Dallas 2, Nashville 1 Buffalo at Calgary (n) Carolina at Edmonton (n) St. Louis at Vancouver (n) Wednesday’s Games Toronto at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. Detroit at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Thursday’s Games New Jersey at Boston, 6 p.m. Anaheim at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. San Jose at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Washington at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Arizona at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at Calgary, 8 p.m. St. Louis at Edmonton, 8 p.m. Buffalo at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Friday’s Games Blackhawks at Columbus, 6 p.m. Arizona at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Nashville at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.



North W L T Minnesota 5 0 0 Green Bay 3 2 0 Detroit 3 3 0 Bears 1 5 0 East W L T Dallas 5 1 0 Washington 4 2 0 Philadelphia 3 2 0 N.Y. Giants 3 3 0 South W L T Atlanta 4 2 0 Tampa Bay 2 3 0 New Orleans 2 3 0 Carolina 1 5 0 West W L T Seattle 4 1 0 Los Angeles 3 3 0 Arizona 3 3 0 San Francisco 1 5 0

span overlapping the second and third periods. Wayne Simmonds, who hit the left post on two different shots, tied it at 4 on the power play at 3:49 of the third. The Flyers had all the momentum before Artemi Panarin stepped up for the Hawks in his best game so far this season. The Calder Trophy winner found a wide-open Anisimov for the tiebreaking goal at 10:24, and then finished off a 2-on1 with Patrick Kane, beating Steve Mason for a 6-4 lead with 3:57 to go.

The Top 25 teams in The AP college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 15, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: 1. Alabama (60) 2. Ohio St. 3. Michigan (1) 4. Clemson 5. Washington 6. Texas A&M 7. Louisville 8. Nebraska 9. Baylor 10. Wisconsin 11. Houston 12. West Virginia 13. Florida St. 14. Boise St. 15. Florida 16. Oklahoma

Record Pts 7-0 1524 6-0 1457 6-0 1368 7-0 1337 6-0 1304 6-0 1218 5-1 1168 6-0 1037 6-0 1021 4-2 935 6-1 766 5-0 744 5-2 733 6-0 694 5-1 626 4-2 612

Pv 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 10 11 8 13 20 14 15 18 19

17. Arkansas 5-2 584 22 18. Tennessee 5-2 550 9 19. Utah 6-1 479 21 20. W. Michigan 7-0 285 24 21. Auburn 4-2 277 23 22. North Carolina 5-2 254 NR 23. Mississippi 3-3 188 12 24. Navy 4-1 163 25 25. LSU 4-2 123 NR Others receiving votes: Colorado 110, Miami 69, Oklahoma St. 47, Washington St. 39, Virginia Tech 38, South Florida 31, Stanford 15, Iowa 7, Arizona St. 6, Southern Cal 5, NC State 4, San Diego St. 3, Pittsburgh 2, Troy 1, TCU 1. Schedule Thursday Miami (4-2) at Virginia Tech (4-2), 6 p.m. WV Wesleyan (2-5) at ETSU (2-4), 6:30 p.m. Troy (5-1) at South Alabama (3-3), 6:30 p.m. BYU (4-3) at Boise St. (6-0), 9:15 p.m.

National League Los Angeles 2, Cubs 1 Saturday: Cubs 8, Los Angeles 4 Sunday: Los Angeles 1, Cubs 0 Tuesday: Los Angeles 6, Cubs 0 Wednesday: Cubs (Lackey 11-8) at Los Angeles (Hill) (FS1), 7:08 p.m. Thursday: Cubs (Lester 19-5) at Los Angeles (Maeda 16-11), (FS1), 8:08 p.m. x-Saturday: Los Angeles at Cubs (Fox or FS1), TBA x-Sunday: Los Angeles at Cubs (Fox or FS1), TBA American League Cleveland 3, Toronto 1 Friday: Cleveland 2, Toronto 0. Saturday: Cleveland 2, Toronto 1 Monday: Cleveland 4, Toronto 2 Tuesday: Toronto 5, Cleveland 1 Wednesday: Cleveland (Merritt 1-0) at Toronto, 3:08 p.m. x-Friday, Oct. 21: Toronto at Cleveland, 7:08 p.m. x-Saturday, Oct. 22: Toronto at Cleveland, TBA

NBA PRESEASON Tuesday’s Results Washington 96, Cleveland 91 Atlanta 96, New Orleans 89 Miami 107, Orlando 77 Oklahoma City 97, Denver 87 L.A. Clippers at Sacramento (n) Wednesday’s Games New York at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Indiana at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Memphis at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Houston at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Utah, 8 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. Thursday’s Games Atlanta at Bulls, 7 p.m. Miami at Charlotte, 6 p.m. New Orleans at Orlando, 6 p.m. New York at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m.

WHAT TO WATCH Wednesday Golf 9:30 p.m.: PGA Tour, CIMB Classic, first round, at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, TGC 1:30 a.m. (Thursday): LPGA Tour, Blue Bay LPGA, first round, at Hainan Island, China, TGC MLB 3 p.m.: AL Championship Series, Game 5, Cleveland at Toronto (if necessary), TBS 7 p.m.: NL Championship Series, Game 4, Cubs at L.A. Dodgers, FS1 NBA 6:30 p.m.: Preseason, New York at Boston, ESPN 9 p.m.: Preseason, Golden State vs. L.A. Lakers, at San Diego, ESPN NHL 7 p.m.: Detroit at N.Y. Rangers, NBCSN Soccer 1:30 p.m.: UEFA Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain vs. Basel, ESPN2 1:30 p.m.: UEFA Champions League, Barcelona vs. Manchester City, FS1 1:30 p.m.: UEFA Champions League, Arsenal vs. Ludogorets Razgrad, FS2 1:30 p.m.: UEFA Champions League, Bayern Munich vs. PSV Eindhoven, FSN 8 p.m.: Women, International friendly, United States vs. Switzerland, at Sandy, Utah, ESPN2

AREA SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY BOYS SOCCER Andrew vs. Lincoln-Way Central at 3A Andrew Regional, 5 p.m. Lemont vs. Rich South at 2A Lemont Regional, 4:30 p.m. Lincoln-Way East vs. Oak Lawn at 3A Lincoln-Way East Regional, 5 p.m. Lockport vs. Oswego East at 3A Lockport Regional, 4 p.m. Morris vs. Reed-Custer at 2A Kankakee Regional, 4 p.m. Plainfield North vs. West Aurora at 3A Oswego Regional, 4 p.m. Romeoville vs. Yorkville at 3A Metea Valley Regional, 7 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Gardner-South Wilmington at Grant Park, 6:30 p.m. MEN’S SOCCER Roosevelt at St. Francis, 7 p.m.


• Wednesday, October 19, 2016

BOYS SOCCER Minooka 6, Moline 1: The Indians

Guzman had 14 assists and four digs.


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Cream sauce spells comfort By KATIE WORKMAN The Associated Press

Awhile back, in honor of Julia’s Child’s birthday (she would have been 104 this year), I created a dish that embodies one of her many excellent sayings: “The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.” You can fuss all you want with fancier dishes, exotic ingredients and new techniques, but isn’t it true that when you make something super-homey, super-comforting, that’s when everyone ask for seconds? When in doubt, choose comfort food. Here, thinly sliced chicken breasts are enveloped in a creamy, cheesy sauce peppered with wilted spinach and sundried tomatoes. Sundried tomatoes were all the rage years ago, and then they faded out of fashion, but it seems a shame to turn your back on a great ingredient just because it was a little overexposed for a while. If you can find real sundried tomatoes – which won’t be hard little dried-up disks but rather pliant, brick-red, chewy bites – then that will make all the difference. Look for them in a store that sells good Italian ingredients. Oil-packed sundried tomatoes also can be used, but use paper towels to blot excess oil before chopping them. You can buy thin-sliced chicken cutlets at the market or butcher, or use a steady hand and a large sharp knife to cut regular chicken breasts horizontally into thinner slices. Depending on how thick your chicken breasts are, you will get two or three slices per breast, about a half-inch thick apiece. And if you don’t have fresh herbs, dried are perfectly acceptable here. This makes a nice amount of sauce, which is a good thing, because when you serve up this chicken over a plate of steaming pasta or rice you’ll want to have lots of starchiness alongside the chicken, and you can ladle the luscious sauce over it.

Chicken With Spinach and Sundried Tomatoes in a Cheesy Cream Sauce Start to finish: 25 minutes Serves 4 to 6

2 tablespoons olive oil 1½ pounds thin-sliced boneless, skinless chicken cutlets 2 large shallots, chopped 3/4 cup chicken broth 1 cup heavy cream 1 teaspoon minced fresh oregano 1/2 teaspoon minced fresh thyme 1/2 cup grated Fontina cheese 1/2 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese 2 cups roughly chopped spinach ½ cup roughly chopped sundried tomatoes Hot cooked rice or pasta to serve In a very large skillet, heat the olive oil over medium high heat. Sear the chicken for about 3 minutes on each side, or until browned and just barely pink in the center. Do this in batches if needed, and remove the chicken to a plate and set aside. Return the skillet to medium heat, add the shallots, and saute for 2 minutes until they start to become tender. Add the chick-

Chicken With Spinach and Sundried Tomatoes in a Cheesy Cream Sauce AP photo

en broth and bring to a simmer, scraping up any browned bits from the bottom. Stir in the heavy cream, oregano and thyme, and heat until the edges of the sauce start to bubble. Sprinkle in the Fontina and Parmesan cheeses and stir until they are melted. Stir in the spinach and sundried tomatoes, and keep at a very low simmer until the spinach is wilted, about 2 minutes. Return the chicken to the pan and allow it to heat through,

about 2 minutes. Serve the chicken with the sauce over hot rice or pasta.

Nutrition information per serving: 524 calories; 330 calories from fat; 37 g fat (20 g saturated; 1 g trans fats); 189 mg cholesterol; 494 mg sodium; 11 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 6 g sugar; 37 g protein.

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Heart attacks often can be ‘silent’ Dear Dr. K: I recently had an ECG in preparation for a surgical procedure. The doctor said it showed I’d had a silent heart attack. How could I have had a heart attack and not known about it? Dear Reader: I know it sounds strange. After all, on television, heart attacks are portrayed in rather dramatic fashion. Typically, you see a person clutching their chest in agonizing pain. This mental image is embedded in our culture. But my colleague, Dr. Deepak Bhatt, a cardiologist at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital, cites a recent study that is the latest to show heart attacks often can be “silent.” Silent heart attacks are real. That is, the blood supply to a part of the heart has been shut down, and a part of the heart muscle dies as a result: That’s what a heart attack is. However, in silent heart attacks, people often experience symptoms other than severe chest pain. Instead, they may have just a pressure or heavy feeling in the chest, or pain in the neck or jaw, or shoulder and arm. Or they may have shortness of breath, sweating, extreme fatigue, dizziness or nausea. Whatever the symptoms, they may not attribute them to a heart problem. They may not even bring the symptoms to the attention of a doctor. Or they even may have a heart attack that causes no symptoms. The recent report from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study was a large one: Nearly 10,000 healthy people were followed for nearly a decade, on average. In nearly half (45 percent) of those who had a heart attack, the heart attack was “silent.” If a heart attack didn’t cause any


ASK DOCTOR K Anthony L. Komaroff symptoms, and now is over, does it matter? For example, are you more likely to die from heart disease in the future? The research team compared three groups: 1. People hospitalized for heart attacks that caused symptoms. 2. People with silent heart attacks. 3. People without heart attacks. Not surprisingly, the risk of death in the first group was nearly five times as high as in the third group. Surprisingly and unfortunately, the risk of death in the silent heart attack group was three times as high as in the third group. Older studies had more or less come up with similar findings. The current study extended these observations to a much more diverse population. The excess risk associated with silent heart attacks was found to be present in both men and women. And it was found in both white and African-American patients. Other races were not examined in this study. So having a silent heart attack is a serious warning sign. It might not be quite as serious an omen as a heart attack that did cause symptoms. But it’s a lot more serious than never having had a heart attack. It means it is much more important for you to observe a healthy lifestyle, and to treat any conditions (like high blood pressure or high cholesterol) that put your heart at risk. • Write to Dr. Komaroff at or Ask Doctor K, 10 Shattuck St., Second Floor, Boston, MA 02115.

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My boyfriend and I are mature adults who enjoy photography. He brings his camera when we go to the beach or sporting events – even to the store. He’s learning all the time about how to use light correctly and his zoom lens. When we get back and I download the pics from his camera, the majority of shots are of women’s chests, behinds and pretty faces. He has snapped many of them while they were standing right next to me. (There are very few shots of me – ever.) When I ask if he wants me to delete the photos, he says no. I don’t understand why he would keep pictures of strangers. He says he’s like any photographer – he likes to review his photos. I tell him it hurts my feelings to think he enjoys looking at other women more than at me. It would be different if they were beautiful portraits, but they’re not. It is painful I’m not included. Am I wrong to feel unimportant and ignored? – Out Of The Picture Dear Out: You are entitled to your feelings, and they might be justified. Because you identify this man as your boyfriend, I assume you have an exclusive relationship. There always will be women around who are younger and prettier. That’s life. Because you can’t control his taste in subjects, my advice is to quit downloading his pictures for him if they make you uncomfortable. Dear Abby: My fiancé and I have a loving relationship. He is affectionate – hugging, kissing, etc. But he doesn’t have a high libido, which I am concerned about because he’s only 26. He has confessed to me he’s had relations with men in the past, and I’m thinking he might be bisexual. While that does not concern me whatsoever (after all, it’s one thing to be attracted to someone and another thing entirely to cheat), I worry he thinks he couldn’t share this with me, and it may lead to lies. I also am worried if I confront him with this, he may be offended or think I think less of him. What should I do? – Loving Relationship In Michigan Dear Loving: You and your fiancé are overdue for a frank talk. He has told you he has had more than one same-sex relationship, so it’s fair to consider him to be bisexual. That he didn’t use that word doesn’t mean he was dishonest. That you have continued your relationship after learning about his sexual history should indicate to him you don’t think less of him. As to the strength of his libido, no two individuals are alike. If he is able to provide you with what you need, I don’t think you need to be concerned. If not – as I said before, you have to talk with him about it. Dear Abby: How do you get a man to help you financially? – Anony-miss In Beverly Hills Dear Anony-miss: Tell him you need his help and hope he’s the type who likes rescuing women.

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Newspaper Enterprise Association TODAY – You’ll have plenty of options when it comes to work, money and the opportunity to find your niche. Romance, contracts and investments look promising, but don’t take someone else’s word as gospel. Do your own research to avoid a mistake due to false information or insincere gestures. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) – Check out an opportunity that can lead to extra income, but don’t sign up for something that doesn’t have anything in it for you. Focusing on equality, sharing and getting your facts straight will be necessary. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) – Keep an open mind,

but don’t be too willing to share what you discover or think. Listen attentively and act accordingly. Secure your home and personal effects. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) – You need to gather information and find out what is fact and what is fiction. Staying on top of the truth will be your best way to avoid confusion and interference. Romance is highlighted. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) – A last-minute change will cause you to overreact or lead you into battle with someone who won’t adjust to your way of thinking. Opt not to argue. Do your own thing. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) – Check out an investment that interests you. Work on honing or picking up skills that will help you achieve your financial goals. Love is highlighted.

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your feelings to a loved one all are favored. Let your voice be heard if you want to be granted favors and support. CANCER (June 21-July 22) – Put a little thought into how you do your job. Look for alternative methods that will make your work better and help you achieve your goals. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) – Your stamina and insight will make you a great collaborator and ally for someone who could help you as well. Love and romance are highlighted and will improve your personal life. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) – Don’t give in to unreasonable demands. Take care of your responsibilities before tackling someone else’s. Networking and participating in work-related events will be helpful and inspirational.

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Stacy Keach said, “I can’t think of anything that requires more finesse than comedy, both from a verbal and visual point of view.” In bridge, everyone is taught how to finesse very early, and -- no joke -almost everyone, especially below the expert level, loves to finesse. But do you know anyone who was warned that unless the contract is on the line, not to finesse when the failure of that finesse would result in more tricks being lost than if the finesse had never been taken? Today, South is faced with two minor-suit finesses. Which should he take, if any, in either six no-trump or seven no-trump after West leads the spade jack to declarer’s ace? North’s weak-two opening promised a good six-card suit and 6-10 high-card points. South, wishing to protect his ace-queen minor-suit holdings at trick one, jumped to six no-trump. South starts with 11 top tricks: three spades, six hearts, one diamond and one club. To get a guaranteed 12th trick is easy: Cross to dummy with a heart and run the diamond jack. Even if the finesse loses, declarer gets a second diamond trick to bring his total up to 12. In seven no-trump, though, South seems to have a choice -- but he doesn’t. If the club finesse is winning, that only gets him up to 12 tricks. Declarer needs to assume that the diamond finesse is working. Then he gets three diamond tricks and 13 in all. If you are thinking about contracting for a grand slam that needs a finesse to work, bid it when the finesse is winning and do not bid it when the finesse is losing!

Powerful Prayer to the Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who lights all roads, so that I can attain my goal, you who gives the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and in all instances of my life, you are with me. I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things and to confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you even in spite of all material illusions. I wish to be with you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine.


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PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WILL COUNTY U.S. BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF CITIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST INC., ASSET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2007-AHL2 PLAINTIFF VS. SIMMONS, PAULA SHAWN SIMMONS, LEIGHLINBRIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, THE TOWNES OF LEIGHLINBRIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, STATE OF ILLINOIS - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SILVER CROSS SERVICES, HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTERS A/K/A SILVER CROSS HOSPITAL, DELL FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC, UNKNOWN OWNERS, GENERALLY, AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS DEFENDANTS NO: 16 CH 1557 Property Address: 25359 Faraday Road Manhattan, IL 60442 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AS TO UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS The requisite affidavit for publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to: UNKNOWN OWNERS, GENERALLY, AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Defendants in the above-entitled action, that a Complaint for Foreclosure and Other Relief has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Will County, by said Plaintiff against you and other defendants, praying for the foreclosure of certain mortgages conveying the premises legally described as follows: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 13 IN LEIGHLINBRIDGE, UNIT 2, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 34 NORTH, RANGE 11, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED NOVEMBER 5, 2002 AS DOCUMENT NO. R2002·188060, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. P.I.N.: 14-12-17-313-043-0000 COMMON ADDRESS: 25359 Faraday Road, Manhattan, IL 60442 And which mortgages were made by Shawn Simmons and Paula Simmons, as Mortgagor(s); and given to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Accredited Home Lenders, Inc. as Mortgagee; to wit: that certain "Mortgage" dated September 8, 2006, and recorded as Document No.R2006166275, that Summons was duly issued out of said court against you as provided by law, and that the said Complaint is now pending for foreclosure of said mortgages and for other relief. Now, therefore, unless you UNKNOWN OWNERS, GENERALLY, AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, file your Appearance and Answer to

The Herald-News / • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • your Appe the Complaint in said action in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Will County, Chancery Division, on or before November 4, 2016, default may be entered against you at any time after that day and a judgment entered in accordance with the prayer for relief in said Complaint. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Kluever & Platt, LLC 65 E. Wacker Place, Ste. 2300 Chicago, Illinois 60601 (312) 201 6679 Attorney No. 06187248 Our File #: SPSF.2810

Claimants, Unknown Heirs and Legatees of Colette Gombash, deceased, and the said above named defendants, file your answer to the complaint in said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the office of the Clerk of the 12 Judicial Circuit, Will County, Illinois, on or before November 4, 2016, default may be entered against you at any time after that day and a Judgment entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Edward R. Peterka (6220416) MANLEY DEAS KOCHALSKI LLC Attorneys for Plaintiff (Published in the Herald-News One East Wacker, Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60601 October 5, 12, 19, 2016) Phone: 312-651-6700; Fax: 614-220-5613 Email: MDKIllinoisFilings@ Attorney file no: 15-038724 PUBLIC NOTICE One of Plaintiff's Attorneys MANLEY, DEAS, KOCHALSKI LLC (Published in the Herald-News One East Wacker Suite 1250 October 5, 12, 19, 2016) Chicago, IL 60601 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS, PUBLIC NOTICE CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY., Plaintiff, STATE OF ILLINOIS v. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SECRETARY OF HOUSING WILL COUNTY - IN PROBATE AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT; IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OWNERS AND RICHARD L. LUDROVEC UNKNOWN NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS; LISA L. DECEASED RIEBE; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF COLETTE GOMBASH, No. 16 P 000724 DECEASED; STEPHEN GOMBASH; CLAIM NOTICE FRANK GOMBASH; CYNTHIA NOTICE IS GIVEN to creditors of ABNEY; JOSEPH CERNUGAL, AS the death of Richard L. Ludrovec, of SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF Joliet, Illinois on January 1, 2016. COLETTE GOMBASH, DECEASED, On October 3, 2016, Letters of UNKNOWN OWNERS and Office were issued to Derrick Allen NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Stover, whose address is 25146 Defendants, W. McMillin Drive, Channahon, Case No. 16 CH 00515 Illinois, as Independent Executor, The requisite affidavit for and whose attorney of record is publication having been filed, Bradley S. McCann, of Spesia & notice is hereby given you, Ayers, 1415 Black Road, Joliet, Unknown Owners and Non-Record Illinois 60345. Claimants, Unknown Heirs and Legatees of Colette Gombash, Claims against the estate may deceased, that the said suit has be filed in the Office of the Clerk of been commenced in the Circuit the Circuit Court at the Will County Court of the 12 Judicial Circuit, Will Courthouse, 14 W. Jefferson Street, County, Illinois by the said plaintiff Joliet, Illinois 60432 or with the against you and other defendants, representative, or both, on or before praying for the foreclosure of a the 5th day of April, 2017, or if certain Mortgage conveying the mailing or delivery of a notice from premises described as follows, the representative is required by to-wit: Sec. 18-3 (755 ILCS 5/18-3) of Lot 28 in Block 12 in Hampton the Probate Act of 1975, the date Park Subdivision No. 2, a stated in that notice. Any claim not Subdivision of part of the East half filed on or before that date is of Section 33, and the West half of barred. Copies of a claim filed with Section 34, in Township 37 North the clerk must be mailed or and in Range 10 East of the Third delivered by the claimant to the Principal Meridian, according to representative and to the attorney the Plat thereof recorded September within ten (10) days after it has 4, 1958, in Plat Book 31, page been filed. 25, as Document No. 856059 in Will County, Illinois. Derrick Allen Stover Being the same property Independent Executor of the conveyed to Frank Gombash and Estate of Richard L. Ludrovec, Colette J. Gombash, husband and Deceased wife who acquired title by virtue of By: Bradley S. McCann a deed from Alexander Construction Spesia & Ayers Company, dated June 29, 1959, Attorney for Estate recorded July 1, 1959, as Deed 1415 Black Road Book 1784, Page 443, Will Joliet, IL 60435 County, Illinois records (815) 726-4311 Being the same property conveyed to Colette Gombash who (Published in the Herald-News acquired title by virtue of a deed on October 5, 12, 19, 2016) from Frank Gombash, divorced 1230843 and not again married, dated November 18, 1966, recorded December 2, 1966, as Deed Book PUBLIC NOTICE 2254, Page 115, Will County, Illinois records NOTICE TO REMEDIATE 518 Kenyon Avenue, IMMEDIATE AND Romeoville, IL 60446 CONTINUING HAZARD 12-02-33-212-024-0000 Notice is hereby given that the Now, therefore, unless you, residential structure located at 175 Unknown Owners and Non-Record W. Oak Street, Coal City, Grundy

any party ity undy ty (30) day garbage County, Illinois, 60416, bearing debris and other hazardous, acquiring such real estate. tax identification number (P.I.N.) noxious and unhealthy substances 2. Any party that is interested 09-03-277-002, and legally or materials are removed from the in acquiring such real estate described as follows: Property within thirty (30) days. shall submit a sealed Proposal for said acquisition to the City LOT 3 IN BLOCK 32 IN THE All inquiries may be directed to: Administrator, Don Labriola on ORIGINAL TOWN OF COAL CITY, Mark R. Heinle (EXCEPT COAL AND OTHER ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, or before 4:00p.m. November 11, 2016. The City may award a MINERALS UNDERLYING SAID DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER, P.C. Proposal at the City Council PREMISES WITH THE RIGHT TO 1979 Mill Street, Suite 207 meeting scheduled for November MINE AND REMOVE THE SAME); IN Naperville, IL 60563 22, 2016. GRUNDY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. (331) 457-4415 (630) 596-4611 Fax 3. Proposals shall contain the (the "Property") has been offered price and proposed terms determined to constitute an open, of acquisition. The City requires vacant, dangerous and unsafe (Published in the The Herald-News that the property be acquired for building posing an immediate on October 17, 18, 19, 2016) residential development. Proposals and continuing hazard to the 1234187 should contain and are required to community within the meaning comply with the following: of Section 11-31-1(e) of the a. Any Proposal for the subject Illinois Municipal Code, 65 ILCS PUBLIC NOTICE real estate shall comply with 5/11-31-1(e), by Village of Coal any and all recorded Plats City Building and Zoning Official Notice of Public Hearing of Subdivision, Declaration, Richard Malone. concerning the intent of the Joliet Covenants and Conditions and/or Road District to Township The Village of Coal City intends to PUD's and any amendments demolish the residential structure permanently post reduced weight thereto for the Townes of located on the Property and remove limitation on a portion of New Braidwood, Phase 1, 2 and 2A, any and all garbage, debris and Lenox Road, from Briggs Street respectfully where applicable. other hazardous, noxious and west to Rowell Avenue. Public b. The subject properties include unhealthy substances or materials Notice is hereby given that a partially completed single family from the Property unless the house hearing will be held to examine the homes. Any proposal shall provide is repaired or demolished within thirty (30) days and all garbage, route and hear reasons for or for the completion of those homes debris and other hazardous, against permanently posting a and allow for the reimbursement to noxious and unhealthy substances reduced weight limit on a portion of the original builder for their cost of or materials are removed from the New Lenox Road. Such hearing construction. shall be held on Tuesday, 4. Proposals shall be submitted Property within thirty (30) days. November 1, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., at City Hall, 141 West Main Street, Joliet Township Government Office, Braidwood, IL 60408 during All inquiries may be directed to: Mark R. Heinle 175 W. Jefferson Street, Joliet, IL regular business hours. Any ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, 60432. Questions regarding this question regarding this matter DICIANNI & KRAFTHEFER, P.C. matter can be addressed to the shall be directed to the City 1979 Mill Street, Suite 207 Joliet Township Road District at Administrator, Don Labriola at Naperville, IL 60563 815-722-6646. (815) 458-2333. (331) 457-4415 5. This City retains the right to (630) 596-4611 Fax James J. Maffeo select any proposal received in Highway Commissioner accordance with the requirements of the TIF Act, to waive any (Published in the The Herald-News requirements or formalities, and on October 17, 18, 19, 2016) Beth Ann May Township Clerk 1234207 further to reject any or all proposals received. (Published in the Herald-News LEGAL DESCRIPTION October 19, 2016) 1235365 OF SUBJECT PROPERTY PUBLIC NOTICE LOTS 93 AND 95 IN THE TOWNES OF BRAIDWOOD PHASE 2A PUD, NOTICE TO REMEDIATE PUBLIC NOTICE BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF IMMEDIATE AND THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION CONTINUING HAZARD Notice is hereby given that the 6, TOWNSHIP 32 NORTH, RANGE LEGAL NOTICE residential structure located at 807 9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS W. Oak Street, Coal City, Grundy WILL COUNTY, MERIDIAN, TO ACQUlRE CITY OWNED County, Illinois, 60416, bearing ILLINOIS. REAL ESTATE permanent index number (P.I.N.) BY CITY OF BRAIDWOOD 09-03-154-003, and legally The City of Braidwood (Published in the Herald-News on described as follows: (hereinafter the "City") owns a tract October 19, 2016) 1235035 LOT 3 OF HIGH SCHOOL of real estate within the corporate SUBDIVISION - PHASE 2 TO THE boundaries of the City and within PUBLIC NOTICE VILLAGE OF COAL CITY, LOCATED boundary of the City of Braidwood IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF Tax Increment Financing District III THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF (hereinafter "TIF District"). The Union Pacific Railroad SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 32 The Illinois Tax Increment Company is proposing to construct NORTH, RANGE 8 EAST OF THE Allegation Redevelopment Act an 80 foot monopole tower and THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, associated equipment located COUNTY OF GRUNDY, STATE OF (hereinafter "TIF Act") authorizes the 0.06-mile northwest of Doris ILLINOIS AS PER PLAT RECORDED conveyance of municipal owned Avenue and South Chicago Street MARCH 4, 1997 AS DOCUMENT real estate in a manner and at such (41.506338, -88.081604) in #352494 IN CABINET G, SLIDE 95 a price as municipality determines Joilet, Illinois (REF #1384536). AND CORRECTED BY CERTIFICATE is reasonable and necessary to The Union Pacific Railroad OF CORRECTION DATED MARCH achieve the objectives of the TIF Company is seeking comments 14, 1997 AND RECORDED Redevelopment Plan and Project from all interested persons on the MARCH 17, 1997 AS DOCUMENT (65ILCS 5/11-74.4-4). impact of the proposed tower on #352734; IN GRUNDY COUNTY, The TIF Act further provides that any districts, sites, buildings, ILLINOIS. said conveyance must be made structures, or objects significant after approval of an ordinance by in American history, architecture, (the "Property") has been the corporate authorities and after archaeology, engineering, or determined to constitute an open, culture, that are listed or are eligible vacant, dangerous and unsafe public disclosures of the terms of for listing in the National Register building posing an immediate such disposition and all bids and of Historic Places. All questions, and continuing hazard to the proposals received in response to comments, and correspondence community within the meaning this City's request for proposals. should be directed to Ms. Mary of Section 11-31-1(e) of the Therefore, it is authorized by the Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Illinois Municipal Code, 65 ILCS Mayor and City Commissioners of Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, 5/11-31-1(e), by Village of Coal the City of Braidwood, as follows: Phone # 330-572-3642, or City Building and Zoning Official 1. The City intends to convey Richard Malone. the following described real estate located in the City of Braidwood, (Published in the Herald-News The Village of Coal City intends to commonly known as 930 W. October 19, 2016)1234666 demolish the residential structure Cermak Road and 958 W. Cermak Buying? Selling? located on the Property and remove Renting? Hiring? any and all garbage, debris and Road respectively, both parcels located in the Townes of are other hazardous, noxious and To place an ad, Braidwood Subdivision. The City unhealthy substances or materials call 877-264-2527 from the Property unless the house is hereby accepting Requests for is repaired or demolished within Proposals (hereinafter Proposals) The Herald-News thirty (30) days and all garbage, from any party interested in Classified

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PUBLIC NOTICE KRIEG DEVAULT LLP Attorneys 30 North LaSalle Street Suite 2800 Chicago, IL 60602 STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF WILL, ss. In the Circuit Court of Will County, Twelfth Judicial Circuit. U.S. Bank Trust National Association, as Trustee of American Homeowner Preservation Trust Series 2015A+, Plaintiff, v. Timothy P. McGinnis; City of Joliet, County of Will; Unknown Owners; and Non-Record Claimants. Case No. 16 CH 1175. The Circuit Court of Will County having granted Plaintiff's Motion for Service by Publication, notice is hereby given you, Timothy P. McGinnis, Unknown Owners and Non-Record Claimants, defendants in the above entitled suit, that the said suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Will County, Twelfth Judicial Circuit, by the said plaintiff against you and other defendants, praying for the foreclosure of a certain Mortgage conveying the premises described as follows, to-wit: LOT 2 IN BLOCK 6 IN AKIN'S SUBDIVISION OF THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LYING SOUTH OF THE ROAD BEING THE EXTENSION OF WASHINGTON STREET, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED JULY 19, 1872 IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 77 AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 85266, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. The Permanent Index Number is 30-07-15-215-013 The common address is 105 Hobbs Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433. LOT 23 (EXCEPT THE SOUTH 20 FEET THEREOF) IN BLOCK 6 IN AKIN'S SUBDIVISION OF THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LYING SOUTH OF THE ROAD BEING THE EXTENSION OF WASHINGTON STREET, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED JULY 19, 1872, PLAT BOOK 1, (PART 1), PAGE 77, AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 85266, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. The Permanent Index Number is 30-07-15-215-016 The common address is 115 Hobbs Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433. THE WEST 34.7 FEET OF LOT 4, IN BLOCK 1, IN AKIN'S SUBDIVISION OF THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LYING SOUTH OF THE ROAD BEING THE EXTENSION OF WASHINGTON STREET ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED JULY 19, 1872, AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 85266, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS The Permanent Index Number is 30-07-15-212-001 The common address is 701 Henry Street, Joliet, IL 60433 Mortgagor: Timothy P. McGinnis. Mortgagee: U.S. Bank Trust National Association, as Trustee of American Homeowner Preservation Trust Series 2015A+ Recorded in the office of the Recorder of Will County, IL, as Document Nos. R2006013356, R2006013360 and R2006013358 Present owner of the properties is Timothy P. McGinnis. and praying for the foreclosure of a certain Mortgage conveying the premises described as follows, to-wit: LOT 4 IN BLOCK 9 IN AKIN'S SUBDIVISION OF THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LYING SOUTH OF THE ROAD, BEING THE EXTENSION OF WASHINGTON STREET, IN THE CITY OF JOLIET, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. The Permanent Index Number is 30-07-15-217-007 The common address is 106 Akin Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433. THE SOUTH 60 FEET OF LOT 1 IN BLOCK 8, IN NAT J. ROWELL'S SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE 4, AS DOCUMENT NO. 222307, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. The Permanent Index Number is 30-07-14-103-005 The common address is 105 Arizona Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433 Mortgagor: Timothy P. McGinnis. Mortgagee: U.S. Bank Trust National Association, as Trustee of American Homeowner Preservation Trust Series 2015A+ Recorded in the office of the Recorder of Will County, IL, as Document Nos. R2006011046 and R2006011044 Present owner of the properties is Timothy P. McGinnis Notice is also hereby given you that summons was duly issued out of said Court against you as provided by law, and that the said suit is now pending. Now, therefore, unless you, the said above named defendants, file your answer to the Complaint in the said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Will County, Twelfth Judicial Circuit, 14 West Jefferson Street, in the city of Joliet, Illinois, on or before November 12, 2016, default may be entered against you at any time after that day and a Judgment entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. PAMELA J. MCGUIRE, Clerk This is an attempt to collect a debt pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and any information obtained will be sued for that purpose. (Published in the Herald-News October 12, 19, 26, 2016)1232808

CLASSIFIED 47 CONSULTANTS Certificate No.: 31061 Filed: October 14, 2016 Located at: 1377 BRENTWOOD TRAIL BOLINGBROOK IL 60490 Name(s) and residence of address (es) of the person(s) owning, conducting or transacting business: SURESH SHARMA 1377 BRENTWOOD LANE BOLINGBROOK IL 60490 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and Official Seal at my office in Joliet, Illinois. /s/ Suresh Sharma October 14, 2016 /s/ Nancy Schultz Voots County Clerk, Will County, IL (Published in the Herald-News October 19, 26, 2016 November 2, 2016) 1234786

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