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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 2001, Arlington Heights, Illinois Thursday August 9, 2001 with the disease. He was the right handed twin of Tom Gullikson a . Davis cup team Captain. On the professional tour the two played together As doubles partners although each enjoyed Success in singles play As Well after his playing Days were Over tim began coaching Sampras in 1992. A year later Sampras was the top ranked player in the world and went on to win six grand slam titles under his Tutelage. Since Gullikson a death Sampras has raised nearly $2 million for the Gullikson foundation through Tennis exhibitions remora Ron Skrabacz neighbor sports daily Herald Contact us 2 carnies 4 crypt quote 4 a the briefs senior Center will set up Flea Market Friday tile York township senior Center guarantees easy shopping solutions at its arts and crafts Flea Market. The event will be from 9 . To 3 30 . Friday at 1502 s. Meyers Road in i bombard. The Center says you will find unique gift items and Holiday Decora to ions. Tickets Are $5 per table for members and $10 per table for others. For details Call 630 620-2424. Villa Park business has new ownership tra Mezzino Deli amp catering is under new ownership which has brought More italian fare to the menu. Mike and Susan Cardamone recently took Over die business at 100-4 e. Roosevelt Road in Villa Park. They will Mark the change with festivities aug. 22. The business is open from 9 . To 3 . Weekdays and 11 . To 2 . Saturdays. Its open Only for catering on sundays. For details Call 630 279-3278. Addison Days Parade deadline is Friday time is running out if you want to sign on to be part of this years Addison Community Days Parade. The deadline is Friday to Register your group to participate. The Parade is set for 1 30 . Aug. 26. This years event theme is a reflections. Looking Back in for details Call 630 543-4300. The blotter Addison a Rocio Magana 29, of 1608 Johns St. Iii Glendale Heights was arrested at 8 40 . July 26 on theft charges a police report said. Magana is accused of stealing jewelry out of 150 s. Lombard Road the report said. No other information was Given. A Koledi Dani 24, of 912 n. Neva ave., Addison was arrested at 12 45 . July 28 on charges of retail theft a police report said. Dani is accused of taking i Aby food and two Frozen dinners out of jewel foods How. I Ake St., without paying for them. A mailboxes on the 900 Block of College Boulevard were reported damaged at 1 55 . July 21. No estimate was Given. A windows on a vehicle were reported damaged sometime july 21 while it was parked on the 140 Block of South i Inco Lri Avenue. A a window at a vacant store on the 1400 Block of West Latke Street was found shot out by by gun pellets at 8 15 . July 24. No damage estimates were Given. A purple coloured soap was found poured Over the front Hood of a vehicle parked on the 700 Block of Winthrop Avenue Between May i and july 24. Hie passengers Side window also was found scratched the Drivers Side Inte Ric it a door Frame paint was chipped and the Interior seats were stained. No damage estimates were Given. A t or aft to was found Spray painted on a residential garage on the too Block of North Addison Road at 12 47 . July 25. Pet of the week annual Tennis tournament carries on professional coaches legacy Bilia donated to auctions and his own a faces for Charity a in which Sampras and sponsors donate Money for each Ace he serves. Through the years the foundation has supported a variety of programs and causes including Camp Ronald Mcdonald for Good times the american brain tumor association the National brain tumor foundation the brain tumor society and the Duke University medical Center. Besides using the Money for research the foundation has also started a College scholarship program for brain tumor patients returning to school or children of brain tumor patients. Last year a scholarship was awarded to senior i Turen Toomire of Wheaton North i ugh school. In the four years the sports Center tournament has honoured Gullikson More than $ 12,000 has been raised for the foundation according to tournament director Gene Holland. A i anticipate that we should be Able to make $4,000 to $6,000 this year a Holland said optimistically. A a that a what in a hoping with a 64-player draw for the men and a 32-player draw for the women More than 90 Tennis players will compete in the open tournament sponsored by Motorola and Beedle printing of West Chicago. Prize Money of $ i Cox will be awarded to die Winner of the menus and women a events. I ast year s winners were Thomas Adler of Chicago and Angela Lettiere of the tiny North suburban Village of Golf Adler Defeated Brian Paige of Wheaton in the menus filial. Both Adler and Lettiere will be returning this year to defend their titles. Sundays schedule shows the men s semifinals starting at 9 ., followed by the women a finals. The men s finals will follow the women a championship match. Following the menus championship activities will be a clinic by or. Jack Groppel an internationally recognized authority on the application of sports science to human performance. Groppel is a sport scientist author and expert in corporate fitness nutrition and bioengineering. He has advised hundreds of top athletes including Tennis stars John Mcenroe Michael Chang and Monica Seles and the Chicago White sox. The clinic is open to the Public and will include among other topics a segment on Tennis biomechanics. Its a perfect Way for spectators and fans to end a weekend of highly competitive Tennis and a Chance to make a difference by contributing to a very worthy cause. For details Call 630 690-0887. Neighbor Section softball 16-and-under mystics like seventh at world series. A Page 2soccer under-17 roadrunners return from two week european Page 2 moist i w Winfield criterion spa aide Nyrl Khaki our cry a we to the Banner at Oakwood Park in Winfield was put up Early to promote sundays Bike race. Criteria us craze Winfield i Jambard to Host professional bicycle races this weekend by Carmen Greco or. And Robert Sanchez daily Herald staff writers professional cyclists Are peddling to Winfield and Lombard this weekend As both towns Host criteria us style bicycle races. Lombard will weigh in with its first criteria us saturday near downtown Lombard. Winfield hosts its second race near Oakwood Park on sunday. Criteria us style racing emphasizes Speed and endurance As racers continuously Circle a Short track reaching speeds of up to 40 Miles per hour. Both races Are Daylong events that also will feature top Amateur and citizen races open to the general Public. Officials from both towns said their entries into bicycle racing not Only increases activities for local residents but also raises the profiles of their respective downtown areas. Lombard criteria us Jason Wagner knows a thing or two about High Speed Bike races. The owner of lombards new Day coffeehouse spent nine years racing bikes comped Bike racing in Dupage Lombard and Winfield Are hosting professional and Amateur bicycle racers this weekend at separate events. A Lombard 10 races on saturday. Competition will Start at 8 . And end about 4 . Each race will begin and end at the Dupage theater in downtown near main Street and Parkside Avenue. For details Check . A Winfield 16 races on sunday. Competition begins at 9 . And ends about 6 . The route is new and follows Oakwood Street Ethel Street Cloos court Churchill Road and Winfield Scott drive. For details Call 630 690-7564 or 630 690-9749, or Check . Timely. Now he a bringing that experience to lombards first criteria us sponsored by the Village and the team Apache cycling club. A i know its going to sound cheesy but this a dream come True a a Wagner said. A cycling is my passion. To have my passion brought into this Community is really Wagner a team Apache member brought the idea of a criteria us to Village officials earlier this year. Support grew when officials realized Large numbers of spectators have attended cycling races in other communities like Downers Grove. Wagner said Lombard picked saturday for its Bike race so it would not conflict with Winfields the following Day. A a lot of the cyclists Are devoting the entire weekend to racing a he said. A a it a better for them to have two races and not have to sit around one Wagner designed the winding .62-mile course with eight turns to keep cyclists on their toes. A most courses Only have four Comers a he said a so everyone does no to mind sitting in a pack and waiting until the end to make their move. A the course should encourage riders to be More aggressive so they done to have to hit tight Corners while in Large packs. That makes the race More thrilling for both the participants and spectators he said. A i think the most exciting races Are the ones see criteria us on Page 3 cycling club members ready for the big Day Chip Mamo of Naperville and Erie Maertens of West Chicago members of athletes by design cycling club will participate in the Winfield criteria us la in the Junior division for those 18 years and younger. By Nancy Luebke daily hernia correspondent Winfield will Host its own version of the tour de France this sunday and it will even have a connection to the Winner of this years premiere Bike race Lance Armstrong. Kenny Lebay who Rode with Lance Armstrong on the . Postal service pro cycling team will be at the Winfield criteria us presenting trophies and talking with spectators during the Day. Mike Farrell owner of Prairie path cycles and president of the athletes by design cycling club is a coach who has spent 25 years in the sport. He originated the idea for the Winfield criteria us which was held for the first time last year. A a in a a Strong supporter of All aspects of Bike racing a he said. A a in a a cycling when Farrell presented his idea of a Bike race for Amateur and professional cyclists the town loved the idea expanding it to include Park activities food and arts and crafts. The organizers Are proud to offer a uhf Junior race for boys and see club on Page 3 Addison goes after fraudulent phone Calls by Kathryn Grondin daily Herald staff writer Addison is making it tougher for solicitors to dupe residents out of their Money. Trustees unanimously voted this week to change a Village Law and More specifically detail what is considered false impersonation. The panel recommended approval of the measure which includes fines of $100 to $500 for violations. The police chief sought the change because of numerous instances of citizen inquiries and complaints about individuals contacting them and claiming to be Addison police veterans or members of fraternal organizations to mislead residents and obtain Money. Some solicitors have become More bold and even used Addison police officers names fraudulently to gain credibility police say. Many residents done to realize neither Addison police nor fire departments solicit Money Over the phone or door to door police chief Melvin Mack said. One of the few times the police department solicits is for its annual Bike rally and in that Case the department sends letters for donations to businesses he said. The local Law will give police More flexibility and a better ability to hold companies accountable Mack said. State Laws require a higher Burden of proof a evidence beyond a reasonable doubt a whereas local ordinances require Only a preponderance of evidence for a conviction he said. If you do get a Call from a solicitor ask the name of the callers company and for a Contact person and phone number to Call Back to ensure its legitimate Mack said. If it does no to sound authentic Call the police department. Luther Rook to hold picnic the new Luther Rook Academy in Addison will launch its debut year with a picnic at i . Aug. 16. The therapeutic Day school will operate on the Campus of Luther Rook child and adolescent Center 343 w. Lake St., and serve Luther Rook residents and Addison students. Guests can enjoy a picnic of hot dogs and music will be provided by a disc jockey during the open House. School administrators Are holding the event to show appreciation for the Community support and to give everyone a Chance to meet the school staff and learn about the facility. Luther Rook Academy will provide a structured special education program for Addison children and Luther Rook residents in grades four through to who do not attend Addison Public schools. Daily Hiram Pho in oed Lee this male Domestic Short hair is searching for a new Home. Domino is neutered and 2 to 3 years old. For details Call the Dupage county animal control 120 n. County farm Road in Wheaton at 630 682-7197. The tim Gullikson memorial Tennis tournament starts thursday and will run through sunday at the Wheaton sports Center. The tournament is in its 12th year at the sports Center but was named in Honor of Gullikson following his death in 1996 and is now a fund Raiser for the Gullikson foundation. A tim was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 1995, and he was the coach of Pete Sampras at the time a said John Bremner the centers Tennis director. A before he died he and his brother Tom created this foundation for brain cancer research. When this came about it was a great tie in for the tournament because he taught Here and he lived in Wheaton. It carries his name on As Well As helps the Gullikson was Only 44 when hi1 passed away after a yearlong fight

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