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Gwen Hemstreet joins Pearce board
By Jim Potts
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Gwen Hemstreet is
Pearce Community Center’s newest board member. Hemstreet said she
began in November and
will serve on the finance
and personnel committees.
According to the
Pearce press release,
Gwen and her husband,
Scott, are the parents of
two children, Brennan,
age 3, and Byce, age 1.
Hemstreet said she has
lived most of her life in
Chillicothe. Hemstreet
earned her bachelor’s degree in corporate finance
from the University of
Illinois.
“I think college overall
prepares you for … it
broadens your mindset
and views and opens
kind of a new world for
you. And I think that’s
the biggest thing that
prepared me for my
adult life, growing up
in a small town you’re
somewhat sheltered,
Gwen Hemstreet was sworn in as Pearce Community Center’s newest board member and will serve on the finance and personnel committees. Jim Potts/TimesNewspapers
and I think going to a
university, especially one
as large as University of
Illinois, and diverse, just
kind of helps you prepare
for the diversity that’s out
there now in all aspects
… but just (your) way of
thinking.”
Hemstreet left Chillicothe for a few years
to work in the finance
and human resources
departments at Eli Lilly
and Co. in Indianapolis.
Hemstreet missed Chillicothe and wanted to
return. She then decided
she wanted to change
careers.
“I decided that I
missed the river, because
I grew up along the river
and decided to move
back and worked at a
local bank, and through
that process, decided
that I wanted to go back
and teach. So I actually
went to ISU and received
a bachelor’s in secondary math education, and
then, I actually taught at
the high school (IVC) for
seven years,” Hemstreet
said.
Hemstreet said she
taught from 2006 to
2013, when she had her
second child.
“I knew I wasn’t totally
happy with what I was
doing in the corporate
world. I just wasn’t looking forward to Sunday
night. Sunday evening
would roll around and
I just wasn’t as excited
about Monday morning.
A lot of people aren’t
excited about Monday
See gwen page A7
School board weathers storm
By adam larck
TimesNewspapers
While the state’s budget
woes are affecting Illinois
Valley Central District 321,
the quality of education
hasn’t decreased.
This was the main message that IVC Superintendent Chad Allison delivered at the State of the
District address Jan. 24.
“Overall, We are very
proud of the state of the
IVC school district,” Allison said. “School districts across Illinois are
faced with historic cuts
in state funding. Fortu-
IVC boys drop
two matchups
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East Peoria officer Matt Bolton is one of two motorcycle officers who wears a body camera at the department. The camera clips onto his uniform on his chest.
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Police body
cameras debated
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for Veterans
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Recent events across the
country, such as those in
Ferguson, Missouri, and
New York City, regarding
the conduct of police have
sparked debates on whether
or not police officers should
be required to wear body
cameras to record their actions while on duty.
With the discussion
growing about police officers wearing body cameras
local police chiefs know it
maybe only a matter of time
before their officers will be
equipped with the devices.
Budgeting for the cost
of the cameras, which can
range from $120 to $2,000
per officer, and the computer equipment to store
and manage the videos, is
a general concern for area
See camera page a6
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time before their officers will be equipped with
the devices as discussions grow about police officers wearing body cameras.
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nately, with conservative
fiscal management of past
school boards and superintendents, the IVC school
district is able to continue
to work to provide the best
possible education for our
students.”
During the presentation, Allison noted that
67 percent of students in
kindergarten-eighth grade
met or exceeded standards,
the same percentage as
last year’s K-8 students.
Meanwhile, 62 percent
of students that took the
ACT met or exceeded standards, a percent higher
than last year.
“We continue to make
improvements in student
learning as evident in the
District’s Growth Score,”
he said. “Our teachers are
working hard to help our
students meet the more
stringent Illinois Learning
Standards and we have
launched a major initiative
in technology to help our
teachers provide a truly
engaging learning environment for our students.”
The technology initiatives in the district included updating the infrastructure in each school
See board page A3
Best Spots to Look
for Bald Eagles
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Grandview Drive
With loads of trees for nesting
and a fantastic view over the Illinois River, the “World’s Most
Beautiful Drive,” as Teddy Roosevelt
called it, offers eagle-spotters the opportunity to see birds hunting and
roosting.
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Peoria Riverfront
According to Dennis Endicott of the Peoria Audubon Society, eagles
are animals that follow the food, and the Illinois River provides a
smorgasbord of Asian carp for the birds to feed on. Endicott recommends watching for eagles from the East Peoria River Front Park, located
on Bass Pro Drive behind East Peoria’s Wal-Mart.
River Beach Drive
Another spot right off the river, River Beach Drive, located just
north of Mossville, offers plenty of spots along the water to see
eagles hunting for food. Endicott adds eagle-spotters may even be
able to see some eagles roosting in trees.
Shore Acres Park, Chillicothe
Finally, the home of Chillicothe’s 2015 Eagle Days celebration is
another great place to spot some eagles. Again, located right off
the river, Shore Acres Park offers eagle-spotters the chance to see
eagles in search of a meal. In addition, visitors may spot some eagles roosting on Chillicothe Island, located just off the shoreline from the park.
— Photos by David Hinkle and Larry Moritz.
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Anyone having reunions
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Ticket prices are $21.
Chillicothe Historical
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Feb. 5 in the Fourth Street
Museum. Use back door
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Chillicothe Men’s Club
Pancake and Sausage
Breakfast 7 a.m.-noon on
Feb. 21. The cost will be
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County Board Meeting
will be at 6 p.m. Feb. 12 at
the library in Chillicothe.
The board will be discussing small business opportunities available to the
community.
CHURCHES
Boy Scout Troop 91 Annual Spud Bash Fundraiser will be from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Feb. 8 at the
First United Methodist
Church. The event is dine
in or carry out with a suggested donation of $6.
There will be a sweet and
baked potato bar with all
of the toppings. For more
info call 274-5458.
A Big Game Party 5-9
p.m. Feb. 1 at the Chillicothe Christian Church.
There will be nine squarein-the-aire, face painting,
laser tag and more.
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Chillicothe Public Library.
Bring in old, unused cellphones to be recycled.
Thurs. of each month. Any
person with obsessive
compulsive disorder, or a
friend or family member
may attend. Meetings
are 7-8:30 p.m. at Morton Public Library, 315
W. Pershing St., Morton.
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divorce or separation, loss
of a pet, or experiencing
grief of any kind. For more
information contact Steve
at 672-5695 or [email protected]
Central Illinois OCD
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9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.;
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Rescue 33 rides again in Hopewell
HOPEWELL — Ambulance Rescue 33 will provide ambulance service in
the village of Hopewell in
Marshall County beginning Feb. 1, its first emergency service obligation
since losing certification
in September 2012.
“Ambulance Rescue
33, which formerly operated in Chillicothe for
over 44 years, is proud
to announce it will start
providing Advanced Life
Support Service,” said
Rescue 33 attorney Chris
Cassidy in a short prepared remark.
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to support more wireless
connections, and acquiring Google Chromebooks
for students to use. Currently, the district has
570 Chromebooks (280
at the high school, 250 at
Mossville and CEC and
40 at South Elementary
School).
Allison said that, beginning next school year, 700
more Chromebooks will
be purchased, helping the
district get closer to the
1:1 Chromebook initiative
plan for students in grades
4-12.
“When many, many
school districts across the
state are simply trying to
survive, I am extremely
proud that the IVC School
District continues to look
to the future and do what
is best for our students,”
Allison said.
Helping to fund the initiative are donations from
groups and individuals to
the district.
Meanwhile, the district
continues to deal with a
shrinking budget due to
decreasing state funds.
On Jan. 28, Cassidy deferred comment on the
details of the new service
to a formal announcement on Friday.
The news release
doesn’t specifically state
the renewed service is for
Hopewell, a small village
near Sparland with a population of about 400. An
official announcement,
however, was posted on
the village’s website.
“This makes Hopewell
the home base of the
first (and currently only)
paramedic unit in Marshall County,” the website
reads. “Rescue 33 hopes
to expand its service area
to surrounding town-
ships, but for now will be
serving only the village of
Hopewell. As of February
1, if you call 9-1-1 for an
ambulance, you will get
Rescue 33.”
Village Board President
Pete Christiansen, like
Cassidy, deferred comment to Friday.
According to the
Hopewell website, Rescue
33 will provide a rescue
squad staffed by paramedics and will be parked at
the Village Hall 24 hours
a day, seven days a week.
Rescue 33 returns with a
staff of 34 paid employees
and two ambulance rigs.
“Response times should
be within minutes, and,
due to fundraising, the
cost of the service will be
approximately one-third
the cost of Advanced
Medical Transport’s (the
Peoria-based service that
took over operation in the
city of Chillicothe),” the
website reads.
Matthew Jackson, the
medical director for the
Peoria Area Emergency
Medical Services, and
Doug Marshall, the agency’s attorney, could not
be reached for comment
Jan. 28. In a statement,
a spokeswoman for the
Illinois Department of
Public Health, the agency
that regulates ambulance
services, confirmed that
Rescue 33 has been certified.
“Rescue 33 is licensed,”
the statement read. “The
service submitted a new
application and was found
to meet the requirements
for both IDPH and for
the Emergency Medical
Service System.”
Rescue 33 had its license permanently suspended in September
2012 for repeatedly failing to maintain minimum
standards for ambulance
services. Peoria-based Advanced Medical Transport
of Central Illinois filled
the ambulance gap and
officially was approved
as the city’s ambulance
provider by a 5-3 vote of
the City Council on July
1, 2013. It has a five-year
obligation with AMT.
But the ambulance service never gave up planning for a comeback. In
May 2014, the service appeared poised for a return
to serve Hopewell and the
village of Henry. That fell
apart when a mutual aid
agreement between Henry and Rescue 33 turned
out only to be a letter of
support of the ambulance
service from Henry Police
Chief Steve Maurer, who
served as Chillicothe’s police chief for more than
three decades.
“In the last three years
alone, Illinois has cut our
funding by $1,566,319 in
general state aid, which
is our greatest source of
state funding,” Allison
said. “Like our district
residents, when our “paycheck” is cut to that degree, we have done what
our residents must do,
we cut our expenses and
spend some of our savings.”
Allison said it has been
hard maintaining fund
balances of 40 percent
while revenue vanishes,
but the board strives to
follow the board policy.
To help maintain quality
programs in the district,
Allison noted that parents
have been asked to pay a
larger share in registration
and student participation
fees.
“Unfortunately, if state
funding does not improve,
we will have no choice but
to continue to use these
same strategies, be forced
to again reduce programs
and staff that are truly
beneficial to our students,”
he said.
Funding this year does
not look to be improving,
either. The district will be
operating with a deficit
budget for the second year
in a row because promised funding for general
state aid, transportation
and other state funding
programs continue to fall
through the cracks.
“ While we are not in
the ‘crisis’ stage that many
school districts are experiencing, we will be forced
to make some tough decisions about the opportunities we provide our
students,” Allison said.
Looking ahead, Allison
talked some about Vision
20/20, a “vision” for education in Illinois by the
year 2020.
“The initiative was started by the Illinois Superintendents’ Association,” he
said. “Our goal was to provide a unified voice for the
students of Illinois and ask
our legislators and governor to make our future,
our students, a priority.
Currently, there are 184
school districts across the
state that have passed the
resolution supporting this
important initiative.”
The initiative has four
areas of focus: highly ef-
fective educators, shared
accountability, 21st century learning and equitable
and adequate funding.
An overview of Vision
20/20 at IVC will be
presented at the Feb. 10
school board meeting.
Overall, Allison said
the district will continue
to meet the needs of the
whole student, as they are
challenged and prepared
for universities.
“In addition, our extracurricular and fine arts
programs are secondto-none, just look at our
back-to-back state champion marching band as
one example,” Allison said.
Finally, the IVC School
District is truly a reflection of our community
when it comes to caring
for others. The number of
activities and funds that
our students K-12 raise
for a variety of community and charitable organizations simply cannot
be touched by most school
districts. The IVC School
District is truly a great
place for our students to
learn and grow.”
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Dawdling on medical marijuana extends suffering for severely ill
PE-4237659
The wait for severely ill
patients in Illinois to get
pain relief from medical
marijuana has been extended needlessly.
Former Gov. Pat Quinn
failed to act on recommendations that would
have granted licenses for
marijuana cultivation centers and dispensaries even
though those recommendations were on his desk
almost three weeks before
he left office.
Meanwhile, the waiting
game in what is supposed
to be a four-year pilot program continues. The more
the process is delayed,
the longer people with
debilitating diseases such
as HIV/AIDS, cancer and
multiple sclerosis have to
suffer.
Some of them already
have paid $100 for marijuana registry cards they
can’t use yet and may not
get legal access to marijuana until the summer or
later.
Gov. Bruce Rauner’s
administration is going
to review the process and
send the findings to the attorney general’s office.
The Illinois Department
of Agriculture received 159
applications for cultivation
centers and was expected
to award 21 licenses to
growers, one in each Illinois State Police district.
The Illinois Department
of Financial and Professional Regulation received
214 applications for dispensaries and expects to
grant up to 60 permits.
Those applicants have
paid more than $5 million
in nonrefundable fees.
Documents released by
Rauner’s administration to
The Associated Press and
other news organizations
in response to Freedom of
Information Act requests
showed that Stephenson
County would have received a cultivation center
and that two dispensaries
would have been created
in State Police District
16, which encompasses
Boone, Winnebago, Stephenson and Jo Daviess
counties.
That would have been
ideal for Stephenson
County, which would finally have been able to make
use of Mill Race Crossing,
a 147-acre would-be industrial park that has become
a symbol of government
dysfunction.
The recommendations
appear to have been made
around Dec. 25, but Quinn
did nothing with them
when he left office Jan.
12. Instead, he wasted his
time by issuing executive
orders and making appointments that Rauner
has rescinded.
“The governor decided
to turn this important
licensing responsibility
over to the next administration for proper review,”
Quinn spokesman George
Sweeney told The Associated Press.
That statement seems
odd. Quinn thought it was
OK for Rauner to decide
on the marijuana licenses,
but didn’t think the new
governor should get to
make his own appointments?
That doesn’t make
sense, but then little of
what Quinn did in his final
days in office did.
The documents show
several press releases
were prepared but never
released. One of those
releases touted the license
winners.
There’s no timetable for
a decision by the Rauner
administration. The new
governor has provided no
hints about whether he
will abide by the recommendations sent to Quinn
or consider other factors
before granting the licenses.
Rauner said during the
campaign that he would
have vetoed the medical
marijuana legislation, but
that he would follow the
law. He’s also complained
about the lack of transparency and called it a “rigged
process.” He suggested
auctioning licenses to “the
highest qualified bidder,
with full disclosure of each
company’s financial interests.”
We hope the governor
considers the recommendations and considers the
suffering that people with
severe illnesses will have to
endure until they can buy
medical marijuana legally.
They have waited long
enough.
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OBITUARIES
phyllis
johnson
Henry-Senachwine High
School and was employed
in the Chillicothe area.
She worked at BB’s
CHILLICOTHE — PhylDrive Inn and the County
lis J.
Line restaurants and
Johnson,
was the co-owner of the
68, of
Whistle Stop Tavern for
Chilliseveral years.
cothe died
Phyllis’s wish was creon Jan. 17,
mation with a memorial
2015, at
service, which was Friday
her home
evening at Weber-Hurd
in Chilli- Phyllis
Johnson
Funeral Home in Chillicothe.
cothe. The Rev. Judy
She was
Doyle officiated. Visitaborn on Oct. 9, 1946, in
tion was prior to the
Spring Valley to Orval
and Doris (Newell) Taylor service time at the funeral
home.
of Henry, Illinois.
Memorials may be
Surviving are her son
made to the American
Roger Taylor of East
Peoria; brothers, Donald Heart Association or to
(Pat) Taylor of Pekin and ARK.
Phyllis’s online memoriSteven Taylor of Henry;
and sister Susan (James) al website may be viewed
at www.hurdfamilyfunerMonk of East Peoria.
als.com
She graduated from
Mary Mundy
CHILLICOTHE — Mary
L. Mundy, 92, of Chillicothe died Monday, Jan.
12, 2015,
at St.
Joseph’s
Nursing
Home in
Lacon.
Born
April 23,
1922, in
Mary Mundy
Chillicothe,
Ohio, to James and Mary
(Sturm) Rutherford, she
married John Mundy on
Aug. 28, 1943, in Chicago. He preceded her in
death.
Surviving is her daughter, Terry (Ron) Coleman
of Bloomington; son,
Mark Mundy of Mesa,
Arizona; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one great-great
grandchild; two sisters,
Pauline Roland of Lacon
and Margaret Farley
of Bradford; and one
brother, Floyd Sturm of
Bradford.
A funeral mass was
held Jan. 15 at St. Edward Catholic Church in
Chillicothe.
Burial was in the Chillicothe City Cemetery.
Memorials may be
made to the American
Cancer Society, OSF
Children’s Hospital or to
the American Diabetes
Association.
dorothy slopak Vetter) Koenig, she married
HENRY — Dorothy M.
Slopak, 92, of Henry died
on Wednesday, Dec. 21,
2014, at Heritage Health in
Chillicothe.
Born on Oct. 5, 1920,
in Queens, New York, to
George and Mina (Staehle-
Paul Slopak, who preceded
her in death.
She is survived by her
son, Paul Slopak of Peoria.
She attended Bethany
Baptist Church.
Dorothy was cremated
and no services were held.
John
Logsdon
death by two brothers and
one sister.
He was a member of the
First United Methodist
HENRY — John S.
Church in Chillicothe.
Logsdon, 92, of ChilliHe worked for Catercothe died Jan. 3, 2015, at
pillar Tractor Co. for 35
Heartland ManorCare in
years designing products
Henry.
and visiting Caterpillar
Born May 19, 1922, in
Forth Smith, Arkansas, to factories overseas as a
consultant.
Birl W. and Beth (Hunt)
He was a World War
Logsdon, he married
II veteran serving in the
Anita J. Berresford on
Feb. 9, 1942, in Washing- United States Army.
A funeral service was
ton, D.C.
held Jan. 9 at WeberSurviving is his daughHurd Funeral home.
ter, Pamela (Richard)
Cremation rites were
Thompson of Chillicothe
accorded following the
and one grandson.
service.
He was preceded in
Sherry Gauwitz
CHILLICOTHE —
Sherry Gauwitz, 83, of
Chillicothe died Wednesday, Jan.
27, 2015,
at St.
Joseph’s
Nursing
Home in
Lacon.
Born
June 23, Sherry
Gauwitz
1931, in
Bradford
to Charles and Genevieve
V. (Linton) Harney, she
married John D. Gauwitz
on Jan. 2, 1955, in Chillicothe.
He preceded her in
death.
Surviving is one son,
John (Bobbie) Gauwitz of Madison, Wisconsin; daughter, Sue
(Ron) Evans of Peoria;
three grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren;
two brothers, Jim (Pam)
Harney of East Sound,
Washington and Jack
(Lynn) Harney of Orlando, Florida; and a sister,
Jeanine (Jack) Murphy of
Sparland.
She worked with her
husband for more than
40 years at Western Yeast
Co. in Chillicothe and
was also a member of the
Altrusa, Women’s Club,
Indian Head Boat Club
and the Red Hats Society.
Funeral services were
Jan. 30 at Weber-Hurd
Funeral Home with
deacon Bob Murphy
officiating. Burial was
in the Chillicothe City
Cemetery. Memorials may
be made to St. Joseph’s
Nursing Home in Lacon
or to Methodist Hospice.
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brother.
She is survived by
daughters, Debra (Rick)
Colwell of Arber Vitae,
CHILLICOTHE — BarWisconsin, and Anbara E.
gela (Jeff ) Holocker of
Davidson,
Sparland as well as four
76, died Jan.
grandchildren and three
26, 2015, at
great-grandchildren.
her home in
Along with her husChillicothe.
band, she ran the DaBorn Dec.
vidson Disposal Co. in
6, 1938, in
Barbara
Chillicothe.
Lacon to
Davidson
A funeral was held Jan.
Lawrence
29 at Weber-Hurd Fuand Zada M.
(York) Daum, she married neral Home in Chillicothe
Harold Davidson on Dec. with Tim Beddingfield
officiating.
8, 1956.
Memorials may be made
He preceded her in
to the family.
death along with one
judith
longenbach
California.
She was preceded in
death by an infant brother, Ronald Rankin, and
CHILLICOTHE — Judith A. Longenbach (nee one sister, Betty Brandt.
She worked at ChilliRankin), 71, of Chillicothe died on Wednesday cothe IGA. She then
evening, Jan. 28, 2015, at spent many years working at Commercial NaHeritage Health Center,
Chillicothe, after a battle tional Reality and Harms
Metal Fabricators. She
with cancer.
also later worked as a
Born June 15, 1943,
bartender at Marge’s in
in Des Moines, Iowa,
Chillicothe.
to Buell and Elizabeth
Early in her career, she
(Runciman) Graham, she
was a PR Rep for the San
married Terry LongenFrancisco 49ers in the
bach Oct. 22, 1966, in
Carmel, California. They 1960s.
Funeral services were
divorced in 1993.
Feb. 2 at Weber-Hurd
She is survived by her
Funeral Home in Chillichildren, Adam Loncothe. The Rev. Raymond
genbach of Chillicothe
Harrison officiated. Visiand Kim (Doug) Kell
tation was at the funeral
of Nashville, Illinois;
home. Memorials may be
two grandchildren; a
made to Rescue 33.
sister, Barbara (John)
Judy’s online memorial
Hazelwood of Arlingwebsite may be viewed at
ton, Washington; and
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being taken to jail in handcuffs. For certain offenses, those
arrested are issued a notice to appear in court. This is
called a non-custodial arrest.
A juvenile from Chillicothe
was arrested Jan. 16 at the
Chillicothe Police Department on charges of retail
theft, possession of alcohol
by a minor and trespassing.
Anthony R. Galindo, 18, of
1123 N. Fifth St. was arrested Jan. 16 at Fourth
and Elm streets on charges
of driving without a valid
driver’s license, possession of cannabis under 2.5
grams, and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
James M. Billen, 47, of 17318
N. Second St. was arrested
by Peoria County deputies
on Jan. 17 at his residence
on a charge of domestic
battery and on a Peoria
County warrant. Chillicothe
Police assisted.
Dominick M. Morgan, 19,
of 209 Walnut St. was arrested Jan. 18 at Third and
Beech streets on charges
of driving without a valid
driver’s license, possession
of drug paraphernalia and
driving without insurance.
Stephen J. Heft, 62, of 303
Maple St. was cited Jan. 21
at the 1700 block of Santa
Fe Avenue on charges of
possession of cannabis
under 2.5 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Brittany L. Cousins, 21, of
175 Pinewood was arrested
Jan. 22 at the 900 block of
Front Street on a charge of
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departments. But area police chiefs say the use of body
cameras could be limited
and difficult to write department policies on when the
cameras can be used unless the Illinois General Assembly addresses the state’s
current eavesdropping and
privacy laws.
In Washington, Police
Chief Don Volk has started
looking at options and costs
for body cameras.
Volk said he sees the
cameras as “the wave of the
future” and likely a requirement from the state for police departments.
“There is no urgency, but
we are looking at options
so we are ready when decisions are made to equip our
officers with the cameras,”
Volk said.
Volk, along with Morton
Police Craig Hilliard, East
Peoria Police Chief Dick
Ganschow and Chillicothe
Police Chief Scott Mettille,
said before body cameras
can be fully implemented,
the state will have to deal
with surveillance rules and
laws already in place that
restrict where audio recordings can be made.
Volk said body cameras
are financially feasible for
the Washington department. He said he has spoken with two vendors and
the basic camera they offer
starts at $350.
A 2014 report from the
Community Oriented Policing Services in the U.S. Department of Justice said the
price of a body-worn camera
ranges from about $120 to
$2,000 for one device.
Since Illinois has not
made any legislation requiring the use of body cameras,
Hilliard said they aren’t certain if it will be a funded or
unfunded mandate. If the
mandate would be unfund-
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ed, the department would
have to budget for the equipment and storage space for
what was recorded.
Overall, Volk said he sees
body cameras as a help to
officers in proving they are
properly following department procedure.
“When dash cams were
instituted years ago, officers
saw that as an intrusion by
Big Brother, but in the end
it has shown that our people
are doing the right things,”
Volk said. “On more than
one occasion the dash cam
video and audio has saved
us by proving the officer’s
side of the story. I expect
body cameras will be the
same way.”
Hilliard said he has a few
concerns about how helpful
the camera will be in recording a scene.
Hilliard said that the camera would be fixed on the
chest of the officer and does
not specifically show what
the officer may be looking
at or observing with his eyes
and other senses.
Also, when a firearm is
drawn, the camera would
be blocked from the officers
arms holding the weapon
and from the stance an officer takes when holding the
firearm.
Mettille said there are
other questions about how
departments will develop
policies on the use of the
cameras.
“We need to come up with
procedures on when and
how they’re going to be used.
Is it going to be 24/7? If the
officer’s out of the car, the
body camera’s got to be on?
Is it just when they’re just
having contact? Is it going to
be if they go in to eat dinner?
Do they need to have their
body cameras on? There are
a lot of questions, I think,
that arise,” Mettille said.
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Police Chief: privacy legislation
needs tweaked for body cameras
By jeanette kendall
TimesNewspapers
EAST PEORIA — East
Peoria Police Chief Dick
Ganschow said police body
cameras are a hot topic.
The EPPD has two body
cameras that their motorcycle officers wear.
Ganschow said it’s difficult to get a camera for a
motorcycle like the ones the
officers have in their squad
cars, so the body cameras
worn chest high have been
effective.
“By using them the same
as we would for in-car cameras we don’t have the issue
which some of the main
issues of body cameras and
how they’re used — privacy
and eavesdropping laws and
that type of thing,” Ganschow said. “Since that’s
already kind of exempted
for in-car cameras and traffic stops that’s how we use
them for the motorcycles.”
Officer Matt Bolton said
the city attorney gets copies of the videos when requested.
“It’s body mounted so it’s
not capturing the violation
that I’m seeing because it’s
mounted on my chest and
not on the front of the (vehicle),” Bolton said. “But it
does catch what the driver
tells me when I stop them
and explain to them why I
stopped them and if they
want to give me a reason as
to what they did or didn’t
do. That conversation will
be recorded and they can
use that in court proceedings.”
Bolton predicts that he
has used the body camera
— TimesNewspapers’ re- at least 2,000 times so far.
porter Dylan Polk contrib- He said the camera holds
uted to this story.
about 60 videos on it before
East Peoria motorcycle officer Matt Bolton wears a
body camera that is attached to his uniform. jeanette
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he has to download them to
a computer. Ganschow said
like the in-car cameras, the
video footage is used rarely
in court, but he still thinks it
is an important tool.
“It’s important to have. ...
It’s primarily used in DUI
cases,” he said. “I think you
are going to see them become more and more prevalent.”
Ganschow said there is
debate about the body cameras, the same as there is
about the in-car cameras.
Some think they are too intrusive, he said.
“I think that what we’ve
found over the years is that
the car cameras are one of
the best tools that law enforcement has because the
vast majority of the time, it
corroborates the officer’s arrest and the officer’s story —
and the fact of the matter is,
if it doesn’t, if it shows improper actions on the part
of the officer — if it shows
excessive force, that’s good
too, because I’m not interested in the wrong people
getting arrested,” Ganschow
said. “I’m not interested in
excessive force being used
on anyone. To me, it’s really a win-win for everybody
and I think the same will be
true of the body cameras.”
Eventually, Ganschow
said he thinks that body
cameras will be mandatory
for all officers in Illinois to
wear and that will come
with a cost. Ganschow said
the body cameras cost about
$500. If all 48 officers at
the EPPD had a body camera, that would equal about
$24,000, and that does not
include computer accessories that would be needed
to store video footage.
Ganschow said if the
federal government makes
body cameras mandatory,
there needs to be grants
made available.
However, there are other
hurdles to jump first, Ganschow said, regarding legalities with the cameras.
“That’s one of the biggest problems right now,
particularly in the state of
Illinois. The state of Illinois has some of the most
restrictive eavesdropping
laws,” he said.
Ganschow said the state
legislature needs to change
the statute.
“There’s already exemptions in there having to do
with in-car video cameras
by police, the kind that are
being used now. The same
kind of thing and exceptions are going to have to
be made for body cameras,
not so much on traffic stops,
that’s already been covered,
but for our one on ones. For
example, we get called to a
person’s home,” Ganschow
said.
So far, officers cannot use
body cameras inside a resident’s home without the express consent of the people
being recorded.
“When legislation goes
back in session, I think
you’re going to see this as
one of the top topics they
have to tackle,” he said.
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What’s going on: Grey Ghosts drop two to Pontiac, Fairbury Prairie Central. Lady Ghosts
top Eureka to finish stretch of five games in week.
Questions? Contact Reporter Dylan Polk at 274-2185, 686-3032 or email at [email protected]
A lament
for Carroll,
Seahawks
Illinois Valley Central senior Jarom Hutson, right, tries to move around Pontiac junior Cam Brown during a Jan. 27
game in Chillicothe. DYLAN POLK/TimesNewspapers
Repeat defeat
Grey Ghosts fall to Corn Belt Conference rival in familiar fashion
By Dylan Polk
TimesNewspapers
The Illinois Valley Central boys basketball team
went 0-2 last week in Corn
Belt Conference action.
The Grey Ghosts opened
the week with a loss to Pontiac, giving the Indians a
sweep on the season, before
dropping another to Fairbury Prairie Central, splitting the season series 1-1
with the Hawks.
Pontiac 62, IVC 49
A familiar foe brought a
sense of deja vu to Chillicothe on Jan. 27.
The Indians once again
prevailed over IVC, 62-49,
to sweep the Grey Ghosts
on the season.
On the Grey Ghosts’
bench, the two games appeared eerily similar.
In December’s game, for
example, Pontiac took a
31-18 lead at halftime. This
time, the Indians’ lead was
32-19.
The Indians used a trio of
3-pointers in the first quarter of December’s game to
take an early lead.
In the latest installment,
it was four 3-pointers.
In both games, Pontiac saw four players reach
double digits. In December,
it boosted the Indians to a
15-point win.
This time, the point differential was 13.
“It was almost a carbon
copy of our first time playing them,” said IVC coach
Joe Mintus. “… It was a lot
of the same stuff. Defensively, we’re a step slow, and
they hit some shots.”
Pontiac opened the game
with a quartet of 3-pointers, building a 20-12 lead at
the end of the first quarter.
Though the Indians
leaned on the perimeter attack early, the offense shifted to a dribble-drive attack
as the game progressed.
“Our ball movement was
See IVC BOYS page B2
Illinois Valley Central sophomore Jordan Mercer, right,
dribbles around Pontiac junior Jacob Curry during a Jan.
27 game at Chillicothe. DYLAN POLK/TimesNewspapers
Pity Pete Carroll.
The Seattle Seahawks head coach is
no doubt the sickest man in America
following a profoundly baffling decision
that cost he and his team their second
Super Bowl title.
Here’s the situation
in which the Seahawks
found themselves in
the final minute of
Sunday’s game: Following a miraculous
circus catch by receiver
Jermaine Kearse and
DESKTOP
a 4-yard run by MarPUNDITRY
shawn Lynch, Seattle was set up with
Dylan Polk
second-and-goal at the
1-yard line.
So imagine you’re
Carroll. Down 28-24, you have an outstanding scoring opportunity on second
down with about 20 seconds remaining, and in your backfield is one of the
best running backs in the league in
Lynch, who’s made a name for himself
as a seemingly unstoppable force (see:
2011 NFC Wild Card Game).
You also have your quarterback,
Russell Wilson, who despite a win in
the NFC title game, threw four interceptions against a mediocre Green Bay
defense.
Common sense tells you to hand the
ball off to Lynch, who will surely punch
it into the end zone for the go-ahead
touchdown, putting the pressure on
New England to drive down the field
and score in under 20 seconds.
Instead, Carroll makes a decision
that will loom large in sports history
for years to come: He calls for a Wilson
pass, which is picked off by the Patriots,
securing their fourth Super Bowl win.
Talk about an agonizing defeat.
That decision may haunt Seahawks
fans — and anyone else who wanted the
Patriots to lose — for months to come.
But as bad as anyone at home feels, it’s
a sure thing Carroll feels worse.
This is a play Carroll will be asked
about for months to come. Only when
the 2015-16 season begins will he be
given some quarter, and even then, the
question will become, “Can he vindicate
himself for such a monumental failure?”
Carroll defended his decision following the game, saying New England
lined up in such a formation, it made
sense to call a slant pass.
That’s probably the hardest part.
Carroll, no doubt a good coach, called
what he thought was the right play, and
it blew up in his face at the absolute
worst time, and it’s a call he’ll probably
play over and over in his mind for years
to come.
— Dylan Polk is the Times-Bulletin’s
sports editor, and does not envy any
NFL head coach.
Lady Ghosts finish busy stretch with win
IVC girls get breather scoring IVC 12-10 to pull frame 9-6, but could not
after topping Eureka within two points, down overcome the deficit by
By Dylan Polk
TimesNewspapers
EUREKA — The Illinois
Valley Central girls basketball team wrapped up
a busy stretch of games
with a conference win.
Playing in their fifth
game in the span of a
week, the Grey Ghosts
topped Corn Belt Conference rivals Eureka by a
score of 36-28 on Jan. 26
at Eureka, capping off the
five-game stretch with a
3-2 record.
IVC stymied the Hornets’ shooters in the first
quarter, holding Eureka
to just four points while
the Lady Grey Ghosts
took an 8-4 lead.
Eureka clawed its way
back in during the second frame, however, out-
18-16 at halftime.
The Lady Grey Ghosts
kept the Hornets’ offense
down once again in the
third quarter, as Eureka
hit just three points in the
third frame, allowing IVC
to take a 30-19 headed to
the final quarter.
“We played great team
defense against Eureka.
Eureka has a couple of
posts who they look to
pass inside,” said IVC
coach Martin Pazanin. “I
thought we did a great job
of denying those passes
and always being on the
help-line. Also, we did not
allow much dribble-penetration from their guards.
We work on team defense
regularly, so it was great
to translate that to the
game.”
Eureka managed to
outscore IVC in the final
the final buzzer.
IVC senior Demi Johnson led the Lady Grey
Ghosts in scoring with 12
points on a 5-for-9 shooting effort, including two
3-pointers.
Fellow senior Erica Larson tacked on 11 points for
IVC, shooting 3 for 6 from
the field, 2 for 4 from the
3-point line and 3 for 4
from the free-throw line.
Senior Shayna VanOstrand added five points,
while senior Katelyn Heinz and junior Kylie Milliken each added three
points. Senior Madi Horack rounded out the IVC
scoring with two points.
In addition, VanOstrand pulled down nine Pekin’s Sydney Diekhoff moves toward the hoop while Illinois Valley Central’s
rebounds — eight on Madi Horack defends during a Jan. 21 game at Pekin Community High School.
defense — while Heinz The Lady Grey Ghosts wrapped up a five-game stretch over the course of a week
— including their game at Pekin — with a win against Corn Belt Conference rival
See ivc girls page b2 Eureka. SKYLER EDWARDS/GATEHOUSE MEDIA ILLINOIS
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Baseball team hosting annual dinner
By Dylan Polk
TimesNewspapers
The IVC Friends of
Baseball Club will host
its annual Spaghetti
Supper fundraiser from
4:30-7:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at
the Illinois Valley Central
High School commons.
IVC BOYS
Continued from Page B1
really good tonight,” said
Pontiac coach Brandon
Martin. “(Pontiac junior)
Cam Brown did a good
job hitting shots; in fact,
all three of our guards —
Neil Lambert and Drew
Mills — hit some big shots,
and when they’re going to
pack it in like that, we’ve
got to be able to hit those
shots. … That’s not what
we want to do, rely on the
3, but eventually, you’re
going to have to knock a
couple down to open up
some of that dribble-drive
stuff.”
Pontiac also got some
help with conversion
points, taking the ball
from IVC and creating
points on those turnovers.
Funds raised are
used for baseball field
improvements, player
equipment not supplied
by IVC and spring break
trips.
The dinner is catered
by Avanti’s and includes
spaghetti, salad, bread
“It was good and bad.
They got in the paint a little more than we like, but
we were able to get a lot
of tipped passes, a lot of
deflections,” Martin said.
“That led to some of those
easy buckets, and we were
fortunate not to have to
play a half-court offense
the entire night.”
That lead grew to 13 at
halftime as the Indians
held IVC senior Mason
Schaub scoreless until
the 5:14 mark in the second half. Although he was
held to just five points in
the first half, Schaub came
out shooting in the second
half, knocking down 15
points to help bring the
Grey Ghosts within six
points.
“He was more aggressive, and he’s figuring out
where he can get mis-
and dessert.
Lemonade, iced tea
and water will also be
provided.
In addition, 2015 IVC
baseball merchandise
will be on sale, and
the IVC U9-U14 travel
baseball teams will hold
a meeting for players and
parents at 7:30 p.m. in
the gym.
Representatives from
IVC youth baseball and
softball programs —
including Chillicothe,
Mossville and Rome
— will also be present
Coming up:
Friday — at Eureka, 7 p.m.
Feb. 13 — at Stanford
Olympia, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 14 — at East Moline
United Township, 6:30 p.m.
matches and score,” Mintus said of Schaub’s second-half effort.
However, IVC couldn’t
complete the comeback.
The Indians ended the
third frame up 46-31, and
the Grey Ghosts spent the
rest of the evening trying
to play catch-up.
“We’re getting too good
at playing catch-up,”
Mintus said. “It’s hard to
do when you’re playing
against a team that has
three really good guards
like they do. … When
you’re down 20 and you
cut it to six, and you’re exerting that much energy,
it’s hard to do. We’ve just
got to figure out how to
start that way.”
IVC was led by Schaub
with 20 points, including
four 3-pointers. Sophomore Jordan Mercer followed with 11 points, while
sophomore Cameron Owdom tacked on 10 points
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accepting youth house
league sign-ups for baseball, softball and tee-ball.
Tickets are $8 per
meal; children age 5 and
under are free.
Tickets are available
from any IVC baseball
player or at the door.
For additional information or to volunteer,
call Jeff McMorrow at
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on three 3-pointers and a
free throw.
Pontiac seniors Mills
and Carter Jacobs co-led
the Indians with 13 points
each, followed by Brown
and Lambert with 12
points apiece.
Prairie Central 47,
IVC 41
A second-half rally by
the Grey Ghosts fell short
against conference rival
Fairbury Prairie Central
on Friday night at Chillicothe, as the Hawks held
on to a 47-41 lead.
Prairie Central opened
the game with an 8-7 lead
at the end of the first quarter, but a 15-point second
quarter gave the Hawks
a nine-point lead at halftime, up 23-14.
IVC stormed back in
the third frame, however,
knocking down 16 points
to cut Prairie Central’s
lead to two points, down
32-30 at the end of three.
But the Hawks held on
in the final frame, outscoring the Grey Ghosts 15-11
to hang on to a six-point
lead and split the season
series 1-1.
Schaub and Owdom led
the Grey Ghosts with 11
points each, followed by
Mercer with seven.
Seniors Matt Keffeler
and Jarom Hutson each
scored four points, and junior Noah Benson rounded out IVC’s scoring with
two points.
The Grey Ghosts will be
on the road to face conference rival Eureka at 7 p.m.
Friday. IVC previously
topped the Hornets by a
score of 35-25 on Dec. 16.
Community Center’s
spring youth volleyball
league will be open
through Feb. 28.
Volleyball is open to
children in third through
eighth grades.
All games and practices will be held indoors
at Pearce Community
Center in Chillicothe.
The six-week series
of games will be played
April 11 through May
16.
The league is designed
to provide fun recreational volleyball practice
and play, during which
participants will learn
basic skills and rules of
the game in a structured
environment.
Every child will play,
regardless of experience
and skill.
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Members pay $45, and
the fee for non-members
is $65.
For more information, call Gavin Sullivan
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to win three games in the
Corn Belt Conference in
one week, you know that
progress is being made.”
IVC was forced to play
without Larson, the team’s
second-leading
scorer,
against Pekin and Normal University — IVC’s
two losses over the last
five games — during that
stretch, but Pazanin said
he was pleased with the
team’s effort in her absence.
“I thought that other
girls stepped up and did a
great job. Kylie Milliken,
who started in place of
Erica, scored in doublefigures (11 points) against
Pekin,” Pazanin said.
“With Kylie starting, her
continual progress and
improvement was on dis-
play. She was extremely
aggressive, getting to the
free-throw line 11 times
against Pekin.
“Many other players
stepped up. Both Shayna
and Demi played well.
Katelyn averaged 13 rebounds per game in the
first four games of the
week. She recorded at
least 10 rebounds in each
of those games.”
The Lady Grey Ghosts
enjoyed a week off before
facing Bloomington Central Catholic on Monday
and Peoria Christian on
Tuesday. IVC will be on
the road to face MahometSeymour at 6 p.m. Friday,
and will then visit Bartonville Limestone at 7 p.m.
Monday.
SPORTS briefs
Registration
open for soccer
Registration opens
Feb. 1 for Pearce Community Center’s spring
youth soccer league.
Soccer is open to children age 4 through fifth
grade.
All games and practices will be held outdoors at South School
in Chillicothe, weather
permitting.
The league is designed
to provide fun recreational soccer practice
and play, during which
participants will learn
basic skills and rules of
the game in a structured
environment.
Every child will play
regardless of experience
and skill.
Sign-up opening
for volleyball
Registration for Pearce
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The latest conference
win for IVC concluded a
long week for the Lady
Grey Ghosts, one Pazanin said the team handled
very well.
“I thought that our players did an outstanding
job of playing five games
within one week. It was a
process that was very tiresome, but all the credit
goes to the girls for playing
at a high level throughout
the week,” Pazanin said. “I
thought that in both the
wins and losses, the girls
effort was always present.
It is great to see the progress that the team is making. When you are able
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Four Corners: Remembering Chick’s Drive-in
In the late ’50s and early
’60s if you were an East
Peoria teenager and if you
were cool, and if you or
any of your buddies had a
car, Chick’s Drive-In was
the place to be.
People would hit Chick’s
either cruising to or from
any area Steak ‘n Shake,
because that was just the
thing to do.
And if you were Louis
Sommer sitting in your jet
black 1951 Chevy two-door
hardtop in Chick’s parking
lot you were on top of the
world.
Chick’s was located at
the foot of Springfield
Hill, across Washington
Street close to where Hazel
Cleaners sits today. It was
operated by a World War
II Marine veteran Robert
“Bob” Burton and his wife,
June. Bob was a likable
fellow and used his son
Tom’s nickname to name
his establishment when
he opened in 1952. Relatives called Tom, “Chick”
or “Chicky” when he was
small and Bob used the
name for his drive-in. Afterwards, people started to
refer to Bob as “Chick.”
The drive-in itself was a
one-story frame structure
attached to the back of
a two-story cinder block
building that served as a
bar and poker room with
apartments above. Those
who drove down Springfield Hill and crossed
Washington would drive
right into the parking lot.
The covered porch that
served the dual purpose
of walk-ups and curbie
station would be on the
left and a string of light
bulbs ran down the right
side of the parking lot
from Washington Street. A
large plywood sign shaped
like an ice cream soda sat
at the back of the lot and
served as a menu. The
inside “dining area” was
small, just a counter and
four stools, but what the
heck, it was a drive-in and
served tenderloin sandwiches that were to die for.
Tom Burton, Bob’s son,
who grew up working
there recalls: “Beating out
the giant sized tenderloins
covered with “Golden Dipt
Breading,” hand cutting
French fries and pressing hamburger patties
between pieces of waxed
paper as his contribution
to the family business.”
He also functioned as a
curbie, along with Larry
Sheppard, Bill and Bob
Buysee, and Sharon Henry. Sharon is now Sharon
Buysee after marrying Bob
Buysee who she first met
at Chick’s.
Sherla Joos, Bob Burton’s niece also worked as
a curbie and remarked:
“Bob had to fudge about
my age because I was too
young to work there.”
On any given evening
you might see Dick Shadle
balancing himself on a
wobbly ladder replacing
burnt out light bulbs that
lined the lot. In addition
to the drive-in, Bob also
operated the concession
stand at the Fondulac
Swimming Pool when it
opened in 1963.
Chick’s was not just a
hangout for teens, but
during the day had a loyal
clientele that included,
on a regular basis, the
likes of Charlie and Tootie
Schmidt and the crew of
WEEK-TV.
Bob was known for
his tenderloins, chickenin-a-basket and 4-for-adollar hamburgers. Bob’s
ambition was to own a
sit-down restaurant, and
in 1965, he built and operated Chick’s Pantry near
Roosevelt School. It was
not uncommon to see Bill
Houlihan, Vic Burnett or
Chick Hearn sitting at the
counter, or Stan Lonergan and George Baseleon
(Captain Jinks and Salty
Sam) drinking a cup of
coffee. Rob Burton, Bob’s
younger son, said when his
brother went to college he
took over on the French
fry cutter and hamburger
press and pounded a lot
of tenderloins. He also
said his dad placed a table
in the kitchen where his
regulars and relations sat
and visited with him while
he prepared food.
The restaurant sat at 118
Gold St. in the footprint of
Bob’s father Lee Burton’s
home. With the opening of
the restaurant, Bob closed
the drive-in and with it a
piece of East Peoria history.
Although Chick’s Pantry
was well attended it was
not as profitable as his
drive-in and he also had
a heart attack in January
1974. The combination
of the two caused him to
close the Pantry on Nov.
7, 1974, and go to work at
Caterpillar food services.
Larry Tucker and his
three sons, Bud, Terry
and Denny, purchased
the building and opened
Tuckers 4 Drive-in Liquor
Store. Burton had always
been a workaholic, opening early and closing late.
It caught up with him in
1975, at the age 51 years
and 11 days, he died of a
massive heart attack.
Some say if you drive
Above, Chick is pictured behind the fry table. Below is a drawing of the restaurant
made by Chick’s son, Tom. submitted photo and sketch
down East Washington
Street on a hot summer
Saturday night and cross
Springfield Road you can
still hear the screech of
tires pealing out of Chick’s.
— Compiled by Frank
Borror, December 2014
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at 324-326 Pekin Ave. It
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Honor Flights
announced for
2015 flying season
Since the inaugural
trip in May 2009, this
brought the total of the
30 flights to 2,266 veterans served, consisting
of 1,307 World War II,
833 Korean War era and
Open to veterans,
125 Vietnam War era
guardian escorts and
veterans.
the public, Land of
Bortolon also cited the
Lincoln Honor Flight
other major events and
of Springfield, Illinois,
fundraisers that LLHF
held its annual meeting participated in duron Jan. 17 to discuss the ing the year, as well as
upcoming year. Besides
reviewing the blending
the traditional Call to
of the Central Illinois
Order, Posting of Colors, Honor Flight hub’s terrisinging the National An- tory and remaining wait
them and introduction
list into Land of Lincoln
of the Executive Board
Honor Flight during the
of LLHF, a full review of summer.
the previous season was
Moving to the uppresented by the LLHF
coming 2015 season,
board president, Joan
flights for April 7, May
Bortolon, recapping the 12 and June 16 were
six flights held and the
announced. Flights are
498 veterans served in
also planned for Sep2014.
tember and October but
dates have not been established.
The current wait list
of LLHF was given as
24 World War II veterans, 226 Korean era
and 375 Vietnam era,
for a total of 625 as of
the annual meeting. On
the April flight there are
currently 13 World War
II, 68 Korean War era
and one Vietnam veteran scheduled for the
trip, although that could
change due to cancellations and substitutions.
All WWII veterans
have been offered a trip
on the April or May
flights, and all Korean
era veterans currently
on the list will be offered a trip by the June
flight. The May and
June flights are being
called and filled. Along
with the flights, Guard-
ian Training for the escorts on the flights was
announced. The first
sessions of the year will
be held in February and
March. Guardians on
the April or May flights
have been notified of the
date, time and place of
the training they need to
attend.
Veteran applications
continue to be accepted
and LLHF is asking all
to help find eligible veterans, especially WWII
and Korean era. For
those more elderly ones
remaining, time is truly
running out. Veterans
are offered a flight in the
order their application
is received, with priority
given in the following
sequence: World War II
— a person enlisted by
Dec. 31, 1946; Korean
War Era — Jan. 1, 1947
to Dec. 31, 1957; and,
Vietnam War Era — Jan.
1, 1958 to May 7, 1975.
The annual meeting
continued with recognition and a salute to all
the “partners” who assist
in making LLHF and
their flights successful,
both from financial assistance and in honoring
the veterans served with
“in kind” contributions.
It was followed by a
20-minute video that
capsulized the memorable moments from
the past six years of the
hub, from conception
through the last flights
of 2014. The meeting
then concluded with
drawings for raffle and
door prizes, and a great
“thank you” for all those
who attended and assisted.
Land of Lincoln Hon-
or Flight is a 501(c)3
non-profit, receiving no
federal, state or county
funding. It is able to
fly veterans on their
Honor Flight through
the generous donations,
sponsorships, fundraising and efforts of many
individuals, businesses
and organizations.
For more information
on the Honor Flight
mission, to obtain a
veteran or guardian
application, arrange a
speaker to an organization, or make a donation
to LLHF, visit the official website at LandofLincolnHonorFlight.org
or contact John Dust,
marketing/media director, at [email protected] or call
339-0227.
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Society
Questions? Call 686-3022 or email [email protected]
Ron-Rubinstein, Laugges
Adam Laugges and Shaqed Ron-Rubinstein
Heather Astwood and Jeremy Brunner
Astwood, Brunner
Heather Astwood and
Jeremy Brunner, both of
Chicago, were married
Jan. 22, 2015, at St. Lambert’s Catholic Church in
Skokie.
Parents of the couple
are Norm and Kristy Astwood of Chillicothe and
Edward and Mary Brunner of Chillicothe.
The bride is a 2000
graduate of IVC High
School and a 2007 grad-
uate of U of I at UrbanaChampaign, where she
received a master’s degree in education.
The groom is a 2000
graduate of Niles North
High School and a 2009
graduate of John Marshall Law School, where
he received a JD, LLM
degree.
The couple lives in Chicago.
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Shaqed Ron-Rubinstein of
Champaign and Adam Laugges of
Chillicothe announce their engagement.
Parents of the couple are Yaier
Ron-Rubinstein of Champaign
and Linda and Randy Laugges of
Champaign.
The bride-to-be is a 2011 graduate of Champaign Central High
School and a 2014 graduate of
Parkland College, Champaign. She
is employed by Parkland College in
the office of disability services.
Her fiancé is a 2008 graduate
of Champaign Centennial High
School High School and a 2014
graduate of Parkland College. He is
employed by OSF Saint Francis in
Peoria.
The couple is planning a 2017
wedding.
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Mayor declares
Bald Eagle Days
in Chillicothe
Chillicothe Mayor Doug
Crew declared Feb. 9-14
as “Bald Eagle Days” at a
recent council meeting.
He urged “all residents in
the area to recognize the
value of this national treasure and the importance
of bald eagles to our community and the surrounding area.”
The Chillicothe Rotary
and Lions Clubs have several activities planned for
that week.
A photography contest
and an art contest are
currently taking place.
Entries will be on display
at the Chillicothe Public
Library from Feb. 7-21
where viewers may vote
for the People Choice
winner.
Bald Eagle Days will
be highlighted by several
events to occur on Feb.
14 at the Shore Acres
Park Clubhouse. An allyou-can-eat pancake and
sausage breakfast will be
held from 7:30-11:30 a.m.
Tickets are $7 per adult
and $3 per child (10 and
under), and may be purchased at the door or in
advance from any Lions
or Rotary Club member.
Tickets are also available
for purchase at Happy
Thought Coffee in Chillicothe.
Wildlife Prairie Park
will present their Birds
of Prey exhibit which features the American Bald
Eagle from 7:30-10:30
a.m. Also at 7:30 a.m.,
chainsaw sculptor Tim
Gill will begin creating
on-site a one-of-a-kind
eagle sculpture to be auctioned off at 10:30 a.m.
From 9-10 a.m., Native
American storyteller, Jo
Lakota, will share tales of
the American Eagle.
At 10 a.m., winners
of the photography and
art contest will be announced. At 10:15 a.m.,
winners will be announced for the children’s
coloring contest.
Author and photographer David Zalaznik will
autograph copies of his
book, “Life on the Illinois
River.”
Friends of River
Beach Drive, the Peoria
Audubon Society, Ducks
Unlimited and the Chillicothe Bottoms Project
will be exhibiting. Art
contest entries and photo
entry winners will also be
on display.
Sponsors to-date are
the Chillicothe Rotary
Club, Chillicothe Lions
Club, Chillicothe Park
District, the City of
Chillicothe, Chillicothe
Chamber of Commerce,
South Side Bank, CEFCU,
Heritage Health and Auctioneer Gary Schmick.
For further information, call the event chairwoman, Sarah Williamson at 579-2860.
Do you have photos of eagles to share? Email
them to [email protected] for possible publication. Include where the photo was taken.
Bingo fundraiser for Veterans Memorial Project
Chillicothe VFW Post 4999 conducted a special New Year’s Eve Bingo. They had a record crowd of over 100
players. All of the profits went to the Chillicothe Veteran’s Memorial Project. Pictured is the bingo committee,
project chairman and some of the players. They presented a check for $2,049.20 to the project. For information or to donate to this cause go to www.cvmp.net. In the picture, from left are: Julie Clark (bingo player),
Ken Newell (bingo caller), Tom Harms (VFW 4999 commander\memorial project chairman), Ruth McLaughlin
(bingo helper), Pat McPherson (bingo player\helper), Dave Hinkle (bingo chairman\memorial committee),
Linda Gibson (bingo player\helper) Bob Volpe (bingo caller), Dave Harlow (bingo player\former bingo chairman). submitted photo
IVC freshman asks people
to donate bears for children
My name is Taylor
Larson. I am a freshman
at IVC High School. I
started the drive to collect teddy bears with
97.3 NASH FM, as a
third grader at Mossville
School.
I want to remind
people that you are never
too young to help make
someone’s day brighter.
You can make a differ-
ence in the
world no matter your age.
I am in my
eighth year
of collecting
teddy bears
for the Children’s Hospital of Illinois.
Last year I
collected 515
bears.
Since I was
a patient at
the Children’s
Hospital I
understand
how they feel.
I also underThe 97.3 radio crew poses with Taylor Larson, a freshman from
stand how
IVC High School, third from left, who started collecting teddy
scary it can
bears for the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. submitted photo
be when you
don’t understand what is
ted into the Children’s
Please help me brightgoing on. It amazes me
Hospital of Illinois will
en a child’s day and hoshow something so simple receive a teddy bear.
pital stay by donating a
as a teddy bear can make Several businesses and
bear. The following placa child’s stay just a little
schools are drop-off loca- es are collecting bears:
bit easier.
tions where people can
Paula’s Hallmark, Pearce
The children look to
drop off bears. All bears
Community Center,
the bear for a sense of
must be donated to one
Chillicothe first United
comfort when they are
of the following spots by
Methodist Church, Build
scared, lonely or sad.
Feb. 6. All bears must be
a Bear, CEC, Mossville,
The smile of the children new with the tags still
IVC, South School, and
when receiving a bear is
attached to the bear. We
Dee-Mack High School.
absolutely priceless.
also do not accept Beanie
— Submitted by Taylor
My dream is that evBabies.
Larson
ery child who is admit-
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contemplating the annexation, pursuant to 70 ILCS 1205/3-9, of the property commonly known as 608 E. Cedar Hills Drive, Chillicothe, Illinois (being 80 acres or less
and being wholly bounded by the Chillicothe Park District, the Peoria Park District,
and an arterial street) located in Peoria County, Illinois and legally described as
follows:
A PART OF THE EAST 1/2 OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 10 NORTH, RANGE 8 EAST OF
THE FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, PEORIA COUNTY, ILLINOIS, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS AND BEARINGS ARE ASSUMED FOR THE PURPOSES OF
DESCRIPTION ONLY: COMMENCING AT A FOUND IRON MONUMENT AT THE EAST 1/4
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 16, THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 14 MINUTES 44 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION 16, A DISTANCE OF 145.00 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD AT THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE TRACT TO BE DESCRIBED,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 37 MINUTES 18 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY R.O.W. OF CEDAR HILLS DRIVE, A DISTANCE OF 82.24 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD; THENCE SOUGHT 82 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY R.O.W. OF CEDAR HILLS DRIVE, A DISTANCE OF 395.31 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH 67 DEGREES 02 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY R.O.W. OF CEDAR HILLS DRIVE, A DISTANCE OF 212.37 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 1150.76 FEET TO A FOUND STONE MONUMENT; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 15
MINUTES 52 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 660.91 FEET TO AN IRON ROD ON THE
EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION 16; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 14 MINUTES 44
SECONDS WEST ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION 16, A DISTANCE OF 1175.17
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 18.281 ACRES MORE OR LESS;
SUBJECT TO THE R.O.W. OF CEDAR HILLS DRIVE; SUBJECT ALSO TO ANY OTHER
EASEMENTS, COVENANTS, AND/OR AGREEMENTS OF RECORD; SITUATED, LYING
AND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF PEORIA AND THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.
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The Ordinance annexing these territories shall be considered by the Board at its
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CHILLICOTHE PARK DISTRICT
Board of Commissioners
#13858
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PEORIA COUNTY, ILLINOIS
SOUTH SIDE TRUST & SAVINGS BANK OF )
PEORIA, an Illinois banking corporation, )
)
Plaintiff,
)
)
vs.
) Case No. 15 CH 23
)
CSJH REAL ESTATE CORPORATION, an
)
Illinois corporation, CARLOS E. SALEM,
)
and UNKNOWN OWNERS AND
)
NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS,
)
)
Defendants.
)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE (FOR PUBLICATION)
(735 ILCS 5/2-206, 5/2-413, 5/15-1502, 5/15-1503)
Notice is given to Defendants, UNKNOWN OWNERS and
NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, that the above entitled mortgage
foreclosure action is now pending, that each of you are hereby
served by publication, and the day on or after which a default
may be entered against said Defendants is March 9, 2015.
(1) The names of all plaintiffs and the case number are
identified above.
(2) The court in which said action was brought is identified
above.
(3) The names of the titleholders of record are: CSJH Real
Estate Corporation and Carlos E. Salem.
(4) A legal description of the real estate in sufficient to
identify it with reasonable certainty is as follows:
Part of Lot One (1) CELESTIAL GARDENS SUBDIVISION, a
subdivision of part of the North Half of the Southwest
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty-nine
(29), Township Nine (9) North, Range Eight (8) East of the
Fourth Principal Meridian, more particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the Southwest
corner of said Lot 1; thence Northerly along the West line
of said Lot 1 a distance of 173 feet to the North line of
said Lot 1; thence Easterly along the North line of said Lot
1 a distance of 110.25 feet; thence Southerly a distance of
173 feet to a point on the South line of said Lot 1 which
point is 110 feet East of the Southwest corner of said Lot
1; thence Westerly along the South line of said Lot 1 a
distance of 110 feet to the Point of Beginning; situated in
the County of Peoria, in the State of Illinois.
P.I.N.: 14-29-451-009
(5) A common address or description of the location of the
real estate is as follows: 3220 North University Street,
Peoria, Illinois 61604.
(6) An identification of the mortgage sought to be foreclosed
is as follows:
Names of mortgagor: CSJH Real Estate Corporation
Name of mortgagee: South Side Trust & Savings Bank of
Peoria
Date of mortgage to be foreclosed: May 25, 2010
Date and County of recording: May 27, 2010, at Peoria
County, Illinois;
Recording document identification:
Document No. LR2010012964
PH: 309-686-3050 • FX: 309-686-3122
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Dated: January 21, 2015.
Robert M. Spears, Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jennifer Zeltner
Deputy
#13853
Eric E. Hasselberg, Attorney at Law
(309)688-9400
4600 N. Brandywine Dr., Suite 200 • Peoria, IL 61614
Concentrating in Trusts & Estates
Michael T. Mahoney, LTD.
(309)274-5451
1011 N. Second St. • Chillicothe, IL 61523
Divorce • Real Estate • Probate
Williams, Williams
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(309)694-3196
139 E. Washington St. • East Peoria, IL 61611
Criminal Law • Estate Planning • Real Estate • Probate • Bankruptcy
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STATE OF ILLINOIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PEORIA COUNTY - PROBATE DIVISION
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF:
)
)
) Case No.: 14P453
DOLORES BRYANT, )
Deceased. )
STATE OF ILLINOIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS
PEORIA COUNTY - IN PROBATE
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF
)
)
)
JANE C. PARNELL,
) No. 15-P-40
)
Deceased. )
CLAIMS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of the death of
DOLORES BRYANT, on November 10,
2014, and that Letters Testamentary
were issued to Terry Gritton and Angela
Errion, whose attorney is Sharbel A.
Rantisi, 456 Fulton Street, Suite 222,
Peoria, Illinois 61602.
NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY
(735 ILCS 5/18-3)
Notice is given of the death of the
above and that Letters Testamentary
were issued January 27, 2015, to
Christopher Scott Parnell whose address
is 317 Gardena Avenue, East Peoria, IL
61611, and whose attorneys are
Claims may be filed on or before the HOWARD, HABECKER & MORRIS, LLC,
18th day of June, 2015 or six (6) months 456 Fulton Street, Suite 398, Peoria,
from the date of the first publication of Illinois 61602.
this Notice of Claim Date, whichever is
Claims must be filed on or before
later, and any claim not filed on or
August 14, 2015, which date is not less
before that date is barred.
than six (6) months from the date of first
Claims against the Estate may be filed publication of this Notice and that any
in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit claim not filed before that date is barred.
Court, Peoria County Courthouse, Peoria,
Claims against said estate may be filed
Illinois, or with the representative, or
both. Within ten (10) days after a claim- on or before said date in the office
ant files its claim with the Court, the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Room
claimant must mail a copy of the claim to G-22, Peoria County Courthouse, 324
the representative AND representative’s Main Street, Peoria, Illinois 61602, and
attorney of record, AND file with the copies thereof mailed and delivered to
Court proof of mailing or delivery of said said legal representative and to said
attorneys of records.
copies.
Dated this 18th day of December, 2014.
DATED: January 28, 2015
HOWARD, HABECKER & MORRIS, LLC
BY: JOHN W. HOWARD
SHARBEL A. RANTISI
STEPHENS, FIDDES, McGILL
& ASSOCIATES, P.C.
Attorneys at Law
456 Fulton Street - Suite 222
Peoria, IL 61602
Telephone: (309) 637-2667
Facsimile: (309) 637-1106
John W. Howard
HOWARD, HABECKER & MORRIS, LLC
456 Fulton Street, Suite 398
Peoria, Illinois 61602
(309) 671-4555
#13854
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS
PEORIA COUNTY
)
) NO. 15-P-17
MARGARET L. HANNAH, )
)
Deceased.
)
#13857
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS
PEORIA COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE
Notice is given of the death of
MARGARET L. HANNAH on November
16, 2014 and that an order was entered
on January 12, 2015, appointing
CLINTON G. HANNAH, whose address is
2455 CR800N, Varna, Illinois 61375 as
Independent Executor. The Attorney for
the estate is Michael T. Mahoney, P.O.
Box 295, Chillicothe, Illinois 61523.
In the Matter of
the Estate of
)
)
) CASE NO.
MINNIE C. BARBORINAS, ) 15 P 39
)
Deceased.
)
NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE
Notice is given of the death of MINNIE
C. BARBORINAS on January 1, 2015 and
that Letters of Office were issued on
January 27, 2015 to JAMES BARBORINAS,
Executor, whose Attorney is RICHARD V.
LAUKITIS of the Law Firm of LAUKITIS
LAW OFFICE, LTD., 611 N. Fourth Street,
P.O. Box 278, Chillicothe, Illinois 61523.
Claims may be filed on or before
July 12, 2015 or six (6) months from the
Claims may be filed on or before the
date of the first publication of this 4th day of August, 2015, or six (6)
Notice of Claim Date and any claim not months from the date of the first
filed on or before that date is barred.
publication of this Notice of Claim Date,
whichever is later, and any claim not
Claims against the estate may be filed filed on or before that date is barred.
in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Peoria County, Peoria County
Claims against the estate may be filed
Courthouse, 324 Main Street, Peoria, in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Illinois 61602 or with the Executor, or Court, Peoria County Courthouse, Peoria,
both. Within ten (10) days after a claim- Illinois, or with the representative, or
ant files its claim with the Court, the both. Within 10 days after a claimant
claimant must mail or deliver a copy of files its claim with the Court, the
the claim to the representatives and to claimant must mail or deliver a copy of
their attorney of record and file with the the claim to the representative AND to
Court a proof of mailing or delivery of its attorney of record AND file with the
said copies.
court proof of mailing or delivery of said
copies.
Dated this 12th day of January, 2015.
Dated this 28th day of January, 2015.
/s/ Michael T. Mahoney
Attorney for the Estate
JAMES BARBORINAS, Executor
By: RICHARD V. LAUKITIS
MICHAEL T. MAHONEY, LTD.
His Attorney
1011 N. Second Street
P.O. Box 295
Richard V. Laukitis
Chillicothe, Illinois 61523
LAUKITIS LAW OFFICE, LTD.
Telephone: (309) 274-5451
Attorney at Law
Email: [email protected]
611 N. Fourth Street, P.O. Box 278
#13846 Chillicothe, IL 61523
Ph. (309)274-5406
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE:
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act
which makes it illegal to advertise “any
preference, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national
origin, or an intention, to make any such
preference, limitation or discrimination.”
Familial status includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people
securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call HUD
toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free
telephone number for the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
“Equal Housing Opportunity”
#13856
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