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A4 The Sheboygan Press, Sunday, February 13, 2005 Buy, sell, trade: Call Classified Toll Free at 1-888-774-7744 www.sheboygan-press.com OBITUARIES Frances Frances M. Fritz, 88, passed away Friday, Feb. 11, 2005, at Morningside Nursing Home under the care of St. Nicholas Hospice. Frances was born July 28, 1916 in Sheboygan to the late John and Frances (Zebre) Plesetz. She attended Ss Cyril & Methodius Catholic School. On May 10, 1948 she married Carl Fritz in Iowa. She ran the family owned business, Plesetz Grocery Store on Indiana Ave. Frances was a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Parish for over 50 years. She was also a member of S.L.O.GA. Frances was employed as a food tester for Enzo-Jel for Kraft Foods. She enjoyed playing the organ, gardening and cooking, spending hours and hours in the kitchen with her thousands of recipes. She also loved to watch the W.W.F. Survivors include her sons, Carlos Fritz of Sheboygan and Jeff (Denise) Fritz of Newton; her daughter, Sandi (Barrie) Tuttle of Windsor Conn.; three grandchildren, Jeff Labbadia, and Heather and Joey Fritz. She is also survived by her brother, Ludwig (De-lores) Plesetz of California; and two sister-in-laws, Elvira Binversie and Betty Basch. She is further survived by many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Frank and John (Mary) Plesetz, and Henry Basch; and her sister Olga (Rudy) Saye. She was a loving and generous mother and grandmother who will be greatly missed. Death Marquerite E. Kopp, age 78, of Sheboygan, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005 at Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center. Arrangements are pending at the Novak-Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home. Adela Johnson, age 94, of 1130 Fremont St., Kiel (Hinzeville), died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at her, home. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Meiselwitz-Voll stedt Funeral Home in Kiel. John Cerpich, age 95, a resident of the Meadowview Manor Healthcare Center, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Meadowview. Funeral arrangements are pending Burglary, theft charges combined By Emmitt B. Feldner Sheboygan Press staff Burglary and theft charges against three out-of-state men charged with home invasion thefts in Sheboygan and Outagamie counties last November will be consolidated in Sheboygan County. The three men - Nick Costa, 27, of Schaumburg, 111.; John M. Dean, 49, of Chicago, 111.; and Frank Velez, 27, of Phoenix, Ariz. - are charged with felony burglary and felony theft in Sheboygan County, along with felony burglary in Outagamie County. Joe DeCec-co, Sheboygan County district attorney, said Friday that the three defendants have agreed to have all of the charges combined and heard here. DeCecco said he expected to reach a plea LOTTERIES Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005 By The Associated Press Pick 3 2-6-2 Pick 4 5-4-5-8 Other lottery numbers were drawn too late for press time and will appear in Monday's Press. Cleveland tSUt MM MariarFDK Cindy j 1 'i ! A j a 0 A f M. Fritz The family would like to thank Dr. Dean Mancheski, his nurse, Dee and the staff of Morningside Health Care Center. Funeral services will be held Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, at 6 p.m. at Zimmer Funeral Home, 805 N. 6th St., in Sheboygan. Deacon Michael Burch of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 3 p.m. until the time of service. A private family entombment at Gardens of Peace Mausoleum will take place on Tuesday. A memorial fund has been established in her name. Condolences may be sent online at zimmerfuneralhome.com. The Sheboygan Press Feb. 13,2005 notices and will be announced by the Zimmer Funeral Home. Landen Trey Stolpa, infant daughter of Kasey Socha and Nathan Stolpa, died shortly after birth at Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center on Saturday Feb. 12, 2005. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced by Zimmer's Westview Funeral and Cremation Care Center. agreement with all three defendants, but that no further court dates have been set for them pending completion of that agreement. They were scheduled for a plea hearing in Circuit Court Branch 3 Friday on the Sheboygan County charges, but that hearing was postponed. The three men are accused of stealing a safe, containing more than $20,000 in cash along with securities and documents, rom the home of a 68-year-old Town of Greenbush woman Nov. 10. According to the criminal complaint, Costa came to the door of the woman's home, posing as an employee of the state Department of Transportation. He convinced her to follow him into a field behind the house and then asked her to wait F le x a : - c T1 Utll rivmoi VI m BiDRNITURE When you're heart's desire is for a new home, we'll take care of all the fancy footwork. 12S0 W. WASHINGTON AVE. CLEVELAND, Wl S30IS-OIS8 920-693-8256 www.bmlalcsb.com Americas scaling opeuausi No incumbent in Plymouth alderman race By Emmitt B. Feldner Sheboygan Press staff Voters in the City of Plymouth's 4th Aldermanic District will choose between two candidates with experience on the Common Council and one candidate looking to start a career on the council in Tuesday's primary. The top two finishers in the primary will move on to the April 5 general election, where they will be seeking the seat now held by Peter Rammer. Rammer, president of the council, is not seeking re-election after serving five terms. James Flanagan Owner of a downtown insurance agency, Flanagan represented the district from 1998 to 2002 and made two unsuccessful bids for mayor, in 2000 and 2002.. It's that experience, and his record in city government, that he wants to bring to the council. "I am truly an alternative to the other two candidates who are running," Flanagan said. "There are vast differences in our approach to the job. I question a lot, not only why but where does this take us. Whether you believe in my approach to the job or not, you need me, or someone like me, looking out for your interests as taxpayers." Flanagan sees a need for the city to do a better job of dealing with the issue of responsible growth. "We're starting to stretch to the outer ridges of our community too broadly in one direction. We need to focus on some in-fill activities, in areas closer to our existing infrastructure, so the cost to extend isn't as great as it is if we continue to extend in entirely new areas." He also contends that the city has relied too much on debt to fund its growth and would there until his partner came-to put in a stake for a future highway project. .., After waiting several minutes, the woman returned to her home to find the vehicle Costa had driven up in gone and the lock on her front door broken. She then discovered the safe missing from inside the house. The three men were captured in Port Washington later that same day. They were allegedly involved in a similar incident earlier in the day in Kaukauna, where they posed as representatives of a contracting company. The three men are being held in Sheboygan County Jail on bail, $45,000 for Costa and $75,000 each for Dean and Velez. Dean's fingerprints came s te eh PP LlUC ' r ! L FAIRFIELD PLAZA, 2133 EASTERN AVENUE PLYMOUTH Open Mon. - Fri. 9-9, Sat. 9-5 Sun. 10-4 WEATHER OUTLOOK Yesterday's highs, lows, precipitation Sheboygan High 45 ' Low 29 Pep 0 Plymouth High 51 Low 32 Pep 0 Today Cloudy, some rain High: 38 Low: 25 Sheboygan statistics Record high On date 47 Record low on date -19 Record high for month Record low for month Month precipitation 2005 precipitation Sunset tonight Sunrise tomorrow 63 OK 5:17 6:51 Look Plymouth District 4 candidates James P. Flanagan Address: 513 W. Riverbend Drive Age: 56 Years in city: Entire life Occupation: Owner, Flanagan Insurance Flanagan Education: Bachelor's degree, economics and business ad- , ministration, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Family: Married, two children Political experience: Plymouth 4th District alderman, four years Charles J. Hansen Address: 127 HeinAve. Age: 53 Years in city: 29 Occupation: Director of guid Hansen like to focus on "managing the amount of debt we're constantly increasing. Plymouth is a place with a lot of good resources that, in some cases, may have been valued too cheaply and compromised too quickly." "I want to work on important issues for the taxpayers," Flanagan said. "I want to make sure someone is there watching out for them as far as things as they come up and plans down the road." Charles Hansen Rammer's decision not to run again, combined with the graduation of his youngest child from high school last summer, gave Hansen the chance to act on his long-time desire to become more involved in city government and run for the council. for 3 men back from the FBI matched to the name D"anny Marino, and he is apparently wanted in California for a parole violation , under the name Daniel Fleetwood, according to DeCecco. Other aliases found for Dean include Dean John, Daniel Mitchell and Marino Fleetwood, he said. Velez is wanted in Pennsylvania for a parole violation under the name Paul Miguel, while his fingerprints came back from the FBI matched to the name John Chase and he also showed an alias of Steve Miguel, If convicted on all three felony charges, the three men would each face up to 20 years in prison and 15 years probation and a $75,000 fine. J HOME FURNISHINGS I. i jam emi us .y."i .y: i i Monday Partly cloudy, light snow High: 40 Low: 33 Tuesday Mostly cloudy, light snow High: 33 Low: 27 in 1 976 Tnperature indicate Saturtay't high and in 1905 low to 7 p m. Today. M 63 43 51 36 51 56 56 46 Lo " Pre in 1964 Atlanta in 1QQ AtaC City Baltimore .57 Boston 3.75 p.m. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland ..m. for weather updates every 30 ance, Plymouth High School Education: Bachelor's degree, agriculture, UW-River Falls; master's degree, school counselor, UW-Madison Family: Married, three children Political experience: Plymouth Police and Fire Commission, six years Tom Wegner Address: 202 Daleview Drive Age: 51 Years in city: 29 Occupation: Elementary school principal, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Wegner School District Education: Bachelor's and master's degrees, UW-Oshkosh Family: Married, two children Political experience: Plymouth 4th District alderman, six years "We have a pretty good thing going here in the city and we have to work on how to keep that going with the current tax crunch, maintaining what I think is a pretty good city government now," Hansen said. He admitted he would have to spend his first year on the council learning the ins and outs of city government. But he said the most important thing would be listening to his constituents. "I don't think you can come in with an agenda," he said. "You've got to let your constituents do that, ask them what's going on and find out their concerns." His experience as a teacher and guidance counselor at Plymouth High School will help him on the council, Hansen IWUJII L J it C0VERN"ENTKEE11NGS Monday School District of Kohler Buildings and Grounds Committee, 7 a.m., Kohler School District Office. School District of Kohler Board of Education, 7 p.m., Kohler School Library. City of Plymouth Park Board, 7 p.m., City Hall Room 305. Town of Mitchell Special Town Board, 5:30 p.m., Parnell Town Hall. Town of Mitchell Town Board, 7:30 p.m., Parnell Town Hall. Town of Holland Town Board, "I was concerned independence and touring all of the realized that CRL Call Karen Today SHEBOYGAN HOWARDS OSHKOSH Wednesday Mostly cloudy, flurries High: 28 Low: 16 Thursday Partly cloudy High: 30 Low: IS cm. Temperatures around the overnight Duiuth HonohAi 39 27 76 66 cdy 44 dr in m .35 m cdy .15 cdy .09 m .63 cdy m m dr Otflt Houston Indianapolis Kansas City Key West Las Vegas little Rock Us Angeles Mpls-St Paul New Orleans NewtorkCity 67 54 48 63 61 52 73 53 63 41 48 28 34 56 49 41 54 25 43 31 m dr cdy sno m m .01 cdy df cdy - I I "oL OS minutes at wvyw.sheboygan-press.com IT'S YOUR city, town, village and school board elections in Sheboygan county tor Tuesday's primary election, plus information on poll locations, frequently asked voting questions and a public forum is available at www.sheboygan-press.com on the Internet, by clicking on the "Your Vote" button. said. "I think I can motivate people, get people involved in things. One of my strengths is getting people involved in the community." Thomas Wegner 'Wegner left the Common Council 10 years ago after serving four terms. Four years ago, he got back into city government when he was appointed to the Plan Commission. s He said he believes the city, under Mayor William Kiley, has been successful at encouraging growth while at the same time being fiscally responsible. "I believe in continued industrial, residential and commercial growth," Wegner said. "This growth should be as planned and organized as it can be, recognizing that some opportunities require quick action." He also said he would serve as a watchdog on the city budget and taxes, pointing to his record while serving earlier on the council. As he did then, Wegner said, he would like to pursue shared services and other means of saving money for the city. "We should not be afraid to try new things," he said. Reach Emmitt B. 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