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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Arlington Heights, Illinois 4 state police Section i daily Herald tuesday april to 1990 Arlington Heights. In 60005 253-7900 Trust your valuables to our experts there s just no Good reason not to repair valuable jewelry a done to wait to lose it. We can restore your dented bangles and bracelets to almost new. Repairs protect and increase value. Professional jewelry polishing convert old non working movements of your watch to accurate new Swiss Quartz free on the spot Check up of watches estimates cheerfully Given a All work fully guaranteed 30 years of integrity and service to the Community Polick notebook three bags of Cash taken from Toby Arlington Heights police Are investigating the theft of three bags of Cash from Toby 45 w. Golf Road. The bags were taken Between 11 40 . Sunday when the Yogurt store closed and 8 30 . When the store was explode in Mailbox Arlignton Heights a Mailbox apparently stuffed with firecrackers blew up sunday evening police said. The Metal Box attached to a Post was located in the 400 Block of w. Nichols Stop leads to cocaine charge rolling Meadows a 32-year-old Chicago Man who was stopped for driving with faulty lights and a blocked rear window was charged with Possession of cocaine Friday. Police said Parnell Wright 222 s. Saint Louis was asked to follow the arresting officer to the police station when he could not produce a Drivers License or proof of identification. The officer then observed Wright attempting to hide something in the car. A subsequent search turned up a rolled up Dollar Bill filled with a Small amount of cocaine which had been stuck in a crack of Wrights car slash tires of 6 cars rolling Meadows the tires of six cars were slashed Early sunday. The damage was done to five cars in the Holiday inn parking lot 3405 Algonquin Road and one car in the Denny sparking lot 2905 Algonquin Road. The incidents occurred Between 2 and 3 ., police injured after his car hits tree Dupage county a Wheeling Man was injured Friday night after his car drove off eastbound Trail Road near Valley View Road and hit a tree in unincorporated Bloomingdale. Charles g. Ramm 34, of 816 Chelsea was treated at Glen Oaks medical Center in Glendale Heights and released officials said. Ramm was ticketed for driving with a revoked or suspended License in connection with the 6 30 . Accident police said. Chicago to study 3rd Airport site despite funding questions by John Carpenter daily Herald staff writer Chicago aviation director Jay Franke said monday the City is moving ahead with its study of a proposed third regional Airport site on the City a Southeast Side despite indications that the study May not receive Federal funding. Indiana congressmen who Are fighting the Chicago site say . Transportation Secretary Samuel k. Skinner is leaning against funding the Chicago study independently and that mayor Richard m. Daley a proposal should be considered equally along with three other proposed Sites. Franke however said he still Hopes for Federal Money and will wait for official word before making a detailed comment. A fall we be heard is through the ears of people in Indiana a Franke said. A i done to answer hypothetical speaking before the second monday club a group of Airport officials Community leaders and members of the clergy Franke said the City is committed to going through with the study convinced it has the Best possible place for the third Airport. Meanwhile Robert repel an assistant to Daley said the City will begin a Public relations Campaign to promote the site. He said the proposed Airport got caught up in political rhetoric during the recent primary election Campaign resulting in a a lot of democracy a door opened for annual town meetings by Trish Lichtenstein daily Herald staff writer today is the Day Many Northwest suburban townships will hold annual town meetings a a Chance when residents take part in modern government the old fashioned Way. Townships throughout the state Are required to conduct the annual ritual which offers citizens a Chance to comment on townships budgets and services. A a it a certainly the Opportunity for the Public to speak up and voice concern or support for townships a Wheeling township supervisor Ruth b. Grundberg said. Officials conduct the yearly event much the same Way their predecessors did in 1850 when the system began and the state consisted mostly of farms and Small towns. Residents May vote on issues but the decisions Are no longer binding. Because the second tuesday a typically the annual town meeting Date a Falls on the jewish Holiday passover some townships have delayed the meeting. The following is a schedule for annual town meetings a Barrington township 7 . April 24 in the town Hall 602 s. Hough Street Barrington. A Elk Grove township 8 . Today in the township Hall 2400 s. Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights. A Hanover township 8 . Today in the township Hall 8n180 route 59, Barlett. The township Board will meet at 7 30 for its regular Board meeting and a Public hearing on the Road and Bridge and town fund. A Maine township 7 . April 17 at town Hail 1700 Ballard Road Park Ridge. Until 7 30 ., or longer if necessary the township will hold a Public hearing on the proposed 1990-91 budget. A Palatine township 7 30 pm april 17 at the township Community Center 721 s. Quentin Road Palatine. A Schaumburg township 8 . April 17 at the town Hall 25 Illinois blvd., Hoffman estates. A Wheeling township 8 . April 24 in the township Hall 1616 n. Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights. The township Board will hold a Public hearing at 7 . On the Road District budget and a Brief regular Board meeting before the annual meeting. Warrant issued in woman a shooting death by Dimitra Defotis daily Herald staff writer a warrant charging involuntary manslaughter was issued monday for the arrest of an 18-year-old mount Prospect Man accused of firing the Bullet that killed a 19-year-old woman in her Home. David l. Salkin 526 w. Dempster St., is expected to turn himself in today to face the charge mount Prospect crime prevention officer John Dahlberg said. Salkin told police he was holding a 9mm, Semi automatic handgun owned by the victims brother when it fired the evening of March 27. Salkin denied pulling the trigger and told police the gun discharged accidentally. The Northern Illinois crime Laboratory is examining the weapon to determine if it was functioning normally and whether it had been modified to fire abnormally. The Bullet struck Laurie l. Miller 19, in the left Side of the head As she sat in her brother a room police said. Miller and Salkin were family friends and were together in Millers Home. She was pronounced dead in her Home shortly after the shooting. Salkin told investigators and representatives of the Cook county states attorneys office that the shooting was accidental and that he did not mean to shoot her Dahlberg said. Bond on the warrant was set at $100,000, which would require Salkin to Post $10,000 Cash to avoid being sent to Cook county jail police said. Salkins next court Date is april 19. Corrections and clarifications in mondays daily Herald it was reported that Streamwood Painter Ingrid Albrecht Zuziak was leaving her Job As a Grade school teacher to devote herself full time to Art. She is leaving to open a gallery where she will paint display works and teach Art classes. A american dream turns deadly for couple by Maribeth Vander Weele daily Herald staff writer the Winnetka couple gunned Down in a baffling murder last weekend were expecting their first child and a living the american dream a a co worker said monday. Nancy Langert 25, and Richard Langert 30, told co workers at an Arlington Heights gourmet Coffee company that a this was their they were living temporarily in a Winnetka town House but planned to move to Prospect Heights in May said Roger Badesch a spokesman for Gloria jeans Coffee bean corp., where the two worked. A they kept saying this was their year because everything was going right for them a Badesch said. A they were going to have their first baby. They were going to move into their first but the dream turned to a Nightmare when they returned Home from dining out saturday night and were executed in the town House owned by mrs. Langert s parents Winnetka police it. Joseph Sumner said. A it appears they walked into the door were confronted and taken into the basement and killed a Sumner said. Nancy who was about three months pregnant was shot three times with a revolver and her husband once Sumner said. Robbery does not appear to be a motive for the killer or killers who apparently entered the Home at 722 Oak St. By breaking the Glass of a Patio door. A it does no to appear the crime was for burglary or robbery a Sumner said. A there was one chair one to one Var. They had gone through her purse which they left the killer apparently took several Hundred dollars out of the purse but scattered the Money in the Home. No weapons or drugs were found with the bodies which were discovered at about 4 . Sunday by mrs. Lan Gertys father Chicago attorney m. Lee Bishop Sumner said. Police who have formed a task Force of several suburban departments to investigate the slayings Are baffled about a motive. A we have no motive at this Point so everything is open a Sumner said. Nancy Langert worked for about a year in franchise sales at Gloria jeans Coffee bean corp. And her husband worked for about six months there in charge of manufacturing Badesch said. The company the largest retail gourmet Coffee store franchise in the United states is offering a $10,000 Reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the Case he said. Police Are asking anyone with information to Call 708 446-9141. The couple planned to celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary next month Badesch said. A they were fantastic people a Badesch said. A they were the kind of people that if you were looking for friends you a want lottery 2-3-3 the winning number in mondays daily game. 7-1-0-2 the winning pick four number.2-7-11-15-33 Little lotto numbers. $5 million lotto Jackpot for a single Winner. Immediate Cash for Gold a Silver a costume jewelry we buy from private owners. 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Davidson said after he had filed the Bill members of the video rental Industry told him that rental shops already pay sales taxes on tapes when they buy it to add it to their Stock. Levying a tax when that tape is rented would amount to double taxation. A since the tax has already been collected once it would not be fair to tax the tapes again when they Are rented a Davidson said. Under his Bill a 6.25 percent tax would have been added to the rental Price of a videocassette. That would have added 16 cents to the Cost of a tape rented for $2.50. The 6.25 percent is equal to the state sales tax paid on the Purchase of a cassette. Davidson would not comment on whether his plan to table the Bill was prompted by the decision of the Senate Republican caucus to endorse an amendment to the Illinois Constitution which would make it harder for legislators to pass any tax increase. 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