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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Arlington Heights, Illinois Polic notebook stereo equipment taken from Volvo Buffalo Grove a car parked in a lot in the 1400 Block of Johnson was burglarized earlier this week a complainant reported to police Friday. The Drivers door window of a 1985 Volvo Wagon was broken and $1,900 of stereo equipment was taken police save Turtle from Rowdy youths Arlington Heights police Arentt exactly sure where the 20-Pound giant snapping Turtle came from but they do know where it made a Well noticed appearance. The slow moving Critter was walking across the parking lot of Walker brother a original Pancake House 825 w. Dundee Road wednesday night being taunted by a group of juveniles. Police took the beast with a Shell the size of most hubcaps into custody to protect it from the juveniles. Animal control officers turned the Turtle Over to a rehabilitation Center where it will be kept until it can be channelled Back into its natural habitat. Police said the Turtle May have been living in a retention runs into Semi trucks trailer Palatine a a bicyclist was treated and released from Northwest Community Hospital thursday after he ran into a Semi trucks trailer at about la . Mother asks for infant Back after claiming she found it by Maribeth Vander Weele daily Herald staff writer _ a Young Highwood Mother asked for her Newborn baby Back Friday after she panicked claimed it was abandoned and turned it Over to police. The 20-year-old woman and her sister whose names Are not being released told police thursday evening they discovered the infant in the hallway in front of their apartment at 303 Waukegan ave., Highwood police Captain Frank Reinier said. Police believe the baby was three hours old when it was found. A her family did not know she was pregnant and she became scared and abandoned the baby a chief Forrest Grandi said. The infant a 6-Pound, 8-ounce hispanic girl was taken to Highland Park Hospital where she is healthy and in Good condition a spokesman said. After the newborns arrival there an Anonymous informant told police the Mother wanted the baby Back a a decision she made after talking it Over with family members police said. Through an attorney she notified police at about 4 . Friday that she fabricated the abandonment Story Reinier said. A we did no to find her a he said. A her attorney found no information was available about the child a father. The mothers attorney James Leoris of Highland Park could not be reached for comment. The baby was scheduled to stay Friday night at Highland Park Hospital where the infant is in custody of the Illinois department of children and family services Reinier said. The Lake county states attorneys office decided against filing charges against the Mother who was undergoing medical treatment Friday night because her delivery was unsupervised. The baby is expected to be returned to the mothers custody. A a in a just Happy she came Forward a Reinier said. A a let a Hope its a Happy Harris buys Libertyville Thrift from feds by James Kane daily Herald business news editor Harris ban corp bought the Libertyville Federal savings and loan association Friday from the Federal Resolution Trust corp., which had seized control of the failed institution a year ago. Papers were signed at 7 . And the change of ownership was effective immediately. Locks were changed Friday night and Crews were to begin changing the signs at 7 a m. Today renaming the institution Harris Bank Libertyville. Michael e. I Goodwin senior vice president of Harris Bank Barrington and a Libertyville resident for 16 years will be the new president. Former president Walter Tyszko resigned two Days ago officials said. All other employees Are being retained. Harris Bank a bid was determined by the Etc to be the least costly of the 17 proposals submitted Federal regulators seized control of Libertyville Federal in april 1989 after the institution became insolvent because of Loans it made in the mid-1980s in Texas and Colorado that went sour after Oil prices collapsed. At the beginning of 1989, the institution had $113 million in assets but a negative net Worth of about $9.6 million. It had 17,071 accounts. Unfit judge rules husband wont be tried continued from Page i pressed and lethargic during two recent meetings for a psychiatric examination Blomquist said. A the expressed feelings of just existing and of hopelessness and helplessness about the future a Conroe wrote. A the continues to have suicidal in the report Conroe said Ham Merli became so distraught when he was asked to discuss the events of the Day his wife was killed that he could not continue the interview. Because he could not gather All the information he needed Conroe reported that he was unable to address the question of Hammerlin a sanity at the time of the murder Blomquist said. Hammerli is aware of the charges against him and the roles of his attorney and prosecutors Conroe wrote but he becomes confused about his own Case Blomquist said. Conroe said Hammerli has problems with his concentration and memory. He termed Hammerli to be a emotionally very fragile and easily agitated Blomquist added. After spending a year in treatment Hammerli will be Given a discharge hearing in which prosecutors will present evidence for a judge to determine if Hammerli should remain in custody. The options Range from dismissing the charges to giving Hammerli up to five additional years of treatment to regain his fitness to stand trial officials said. Mortgage rates heading toll percent continued from Page i corp. In Schaumburg where rates for some 30-year mortgages hit la percent last week. He predicted rates would Settle in later this year Between to percent and 10.5 percent. But others see rates continuing upward perhaps beyond la percent. A live even heard 12 percent a said Denise Davis Mckennie office manager of Kcf mortgage corp. In Vernon Hills. A people Are pretty the fluctuations have not gone unnoticed by those looking for new Homes where even a half percent jump in the interest rate Means More in monthly mortgage payments. For example with a $100,000 loan borrowed at 10.5 percent Over 30 years Banks would charge a monthly payment of close to $915. If the rate jumped toll percent payments would jump to $952 a month. A it seems like ifs slowed things Down a bit for us. Its probably just another one of those glitches where people Are sitting Back and waiting a said Nancy Bell president of the do Page association of realtors in Wheaton. Corrections and clarifications a suburban living Story titled a you can help save the world thursday april 19 contained some misleading information. Manufacturers have discontinued use of environmentally hazardous chlorofluorocarbons rfcs in production of foam plastic polystyrene containers and packaging according to the polystyrene packaging Council in Washington . Instead an estimated 80 percent of the products Are made with pen Tane the other 20 percent with Hy-Drochlorofluorocarbon-22 Hcfc-22the Council reports. Pentane does not damage the Ozone layer environmentalists say. A rfcs Are �?o95 percent less damaging to the Ozone layer than rfcs said Carl Pope conservation director of the Sierra club in san Francisco. Environmentalists still discourage the use of foam plastic containers and other disposable packaging. Butler flexes Muscles in Maine township by Jerry Schacter daily Herald correspondent if there was any doubt that Park Ridge mayor Martin Butler controls the Maine township regular Republican organization that doubt May have been dispelled by the presence of top party leaders at butlers first meeting. Cook county sheriff James e. Of Grady county Republican party chairman Richard Siebel and Jack of Malley the gop candidate for states attorney All showed up to energize precinct captains and support Butler at his first meeting As the gop committeeman of Maine township. But Butler still has been feuding with his opponent Philip Raffe who lost the committeeman race after holding that title for 14 years. Raffe claims he still has the right to name himself chairman of the organization and to control about $23,000 that the organization raised under his tenure. Butler says the organization is governed by corporate Law because it is set up As a non profit corporation. The two finance officers he and precinct captains elected this week will sign the organizations checks he said. Asked who should control the Money of Grady answered a Marty Butler is the elected asked whether he still supports Raffe of Grady said a a there a a place in the organization for everyone. In a just Happy to be Here and be part of the while Butler apologized for the negative tone of the committeeman a race he again criticized Raffes attempt to keep the party a funds. A there is usually a Winner and a loser but in this Case we have a loser who declares himself a Winner a Butler said. A letter Butler received from the Illinois state Board of elections indicated the Agency does not have jurisdiction Over the Money dispute. A the organization is created by the township committeeman with his appointment of precinct captains. It is not owned by anyone and it is not a private kingdom in any Way a Butler said. Butler told his captains a every meeting of every committee will be an open meeting a and he said they would receive financial reports regularly. He and Siebel encouraged the captains to work harder for a larger Republican turnout in Maine township. Raffe also held a meeting with his supporters Friday night to Tell them of the importance of working for the Victory of Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Edgar. Raffe said he still was waiting for the opinion of an election attorney about whether he could keep the $23,000 for his supporters. Death ruled a accidental for Man struck by train by Jeff Carlson daily Herald staff writer rolling Meadows police identified Michael e. Moore 28, of Palatine As the Man who was struck and killed by a commuter train thursday night. Moore 1553 Norway Lane was hit by an eastbound Metra train on the Chicago amp North Western by. Tracks just East of route 53 in rolling Meadows at about 8 30 . Apparently a westbound train had just passed Moore who was walking along the tracks and he was killed by a train heading the other Way. Rolling Meadows police have ruled the death accidental and no investigation is planned cmdr. Timothy Lonergan said. A Cook county medical examiner told police Moore had a blood Alco hol level of .15. By comparison the state limit for Drivers being legally drunk is .10. The scenario of Moore a death is one All too familiar to Metra officials. Despite efforts to educate people on the danger of trains a number of accidents still occur when people see a train pass and fail to consider additional trains Metra spokesman Chris Knapton said. A in multiple track territory we want to teach people to expect trains on tracks at All times a Knapton said. 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