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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Arlington Heights, Illinois 4�?section 1 monday december 13, 1982 the daily Herald no verdict in teamster chief trial associated press jurors who pored Over transcripts of Fri wiretap conversations ended a second Day of deliberations without a verdict sunday in the bribery conspiracy trial of teamsters president Roy l. Williams and four other men. The six Man six woman jury deliberated More than four hours before retiring. Deliberations resume today. Presiding judge Prentice Marshall received a note sunday from jurors who were apparently puzzled about one defendants connection in the Case. The panel asked if there was a reason Why the indictment which listed the occupations of four defendants p. Fit a v a and their connection to the teamsters Central states pension fund contained no similar information about defendant Joseph Lombardo a reputed crime Syndicate figure. Marshall told jurors that the omission of information about Lombardo was of no significance. The jurors deliberated for More than six hours saturday and at their request were Given copies of seven transcripts of tapes which were at the heart of the governments Case. Prosecutors played about 50 Fri monitored conversations during the eight week trial. Williams and the four others were accused of conspiring to bribe . Sen. Hir Quot it engraft i 0 a it. Jolt. A Quot a a / / Ltd . S \ a it it \ a to to. A it Ltd a a us. If Jovi a photo Vandal topples Tower police and officials of Kanu pm radio in Lawrence kan., examine the wreckage of the stations 680-foot broadcast Tower that toppled late saturday night. Police said it appeared someone had deliberately Cut three of the towers support cables. No one was injured in the incident. The station is the local National Public radio affiliate. Metropolitan briefs body identified As missing woman Chicago a a body found in the trunk of a 1978 Cadillac pulled from a suburban canal was identified sunday As that of a prominent Palos township woman who disappeared in March police say. Dianne g. Masters 35, had been shot in the head. Cook county sheriffs police said. The body was positively identified through dental charts along with jewelry and and clothes she was wearing the Day she disappeared police said. Blue Cross finance trends a a disturbing Chicago a Blue Cross Blue shield Illinois largest health insurer is experiencing a a disturbing financial trends that May threaten the company a survival the head of the state insurance department says. A company official however says the firm is not in serious trouble. James w. Schacht acting director of the insurance department said saturday that his Agency was especially concerned about a reduction in a company fund used for unforeseen events. Schacht said a the extremely Adverse and bring into question whether or not Blue Cross Blue shield can survive without some sort of change in the Way it does Illinois briefs restaurateur killed in robbery try Springfield a a Springfield restaurant owner was shot and killed in front of his Rural Home in an apparent robbery attempt Early sunday morning officials said. Frederick m. A a Fritz Havrilka 55, was killed shortly after i a.m., apparently when he was returning Home from work at the Wagon wheel restaurant said police it. Chris Kratzer. Investigators said sunday that they had no suspects but were continuing their investigation. Mother 3 children killed by fire Olney a an Early morning fire swept through a Mobile Home sunday taking the lives of a Mother and three children. Fire chief Jerry Umfleet said the Home was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters arrived at the scene near Olney. Richland county Coroner Susie Bromm said the victims apparently died of smoke inhalation. She identified them As Betty Anderson 28, and her children Jennifer 9, Matthew 7, and Katie la months. The cause of the fire was under investigation. She misses a Miracle checks for the needy associated press Murdock the Little a a miracles which came every month for three years have stopped but not for Good Ann Reed Hopes. Anonymous benefactors sent Reed checks for $50 a 36 of them a to use As she saw fit to help the needy said the 64-year-old grandmother. Only Reed knows where the Money came from and Why it stopped but she is keeping the secret. A miracles do happen you know so maybe happen again a said Reed who writes columns for three weekly newspapers in East Central Illinois. The benefactors had decided that Reed should distribute the Money. After each gift she would write to them and explain How it was used. Each time they would reply complimenting her on her Choice she said. The gifts helped an elderly woman buy a Walker provided toys and clothes for the children of an unemployed worker bought shoes for the children of a divorced Mother paid for dentures for another elderly woman and provided spending Money for poor nursing Home residents. A i could see the appreciation in people and that Sall the Reward i Ever needed a just to see them during the Christmas season of 1980, while 52 americans were held hostage in Iran Reed used the Money to buy 52 electric candles for residents to display in their windows. A i done to know Why i was even chosen to do it a said Reed. A i really the gifts never were considered Charity she said. A we just called them Reed who would not even Tell her husband where the checks came from cashed them at out of town Banks to protect the identity of the benefactors. Though hopeful that the checks again will come Reed also is sad. A i miss doing it. It was like Christmas All year \ Howard Cannon d-nev., by offering him exclusive rights to buy a Choice piece of teamster owned land in Las vegas at bargain rates in return for his help in scuttling trucking deregulation legislation. The other defendants were Lombardo Allen Dorfman an insurance executive and former consultant to the teamsters Central states pension fund Andrew Massa former pension fund trustee and Thomas of Malley current trustee. At the end of deliberations saturday Marshall told attorneys the jury had asked for transcripts of seven conversations including one on Jan. 7, 1980. In that conversation All of the defendants except Williams discuss an Fri investigation into the alleged land Deal. The other transcripts requested were of conversations that occurred almost a year earlier shortly after the government says Williams and Dorfman believed they had Cut a Deal with Cannon in the senators Las vegas office. Also on sunday jurors requested transcripts of another eight wiretap conversations. The transcripts Are of conversations held after All but one of the seven conversations for which the panel received transcripts saturday. Tougher Drunken driving Law sought associated press although Illinois Drunken driving Laws have been strengthened in the past year state officials have plans for even tougher treatment in the Days ahead. Secretary of state Jim Edgar said recently he Hopes to get even stiffer legislation passed in the Illinois general Assembly during 1983. One Law proposed by Edgar a office would tighten the current legislation by making breathalyzer tests compulsory in Drunken driving cases said assistant Secretary of state Wayne Anderson. Another proposed Bill would require counties to report to the state the names of All people they place under court supervision for Drunken driving. Some counties including Cook do not now report All such names. Anderson said. Under the revised Drunken driving Law enacted by the general Assembly last january the conviction rate for Drunken driving Rose by 41 percent Over the 1981 level officials said. There were Only 3,301 convictions during the first to months of 1981, but there were 4,644 during the first to months of this year. A similar increase was reported in the number of people who have their Drivers licenses suspended for refusal to take breathalyzer tests. There were 3,407 such suspensions in the first to months of 1981, and 4,137 through october of this year. In addition municipal governments in various parts of the state Are now receiving Federal Aid for their local attempts to keep Drunken Drivers off the streets. Springfield Elgin and Arlington Heights Are receiving such Aid to bolster their traffic patrols during nighttime weekend hours and applications for similar Aid Are pending from Peoria Waukegan and Elmhurst. President Reagan declared dec. 12-18 National drunk and drugged driving awareness week to focus National attention on the problem. The presidential commission on Drunken driving is scheduled monday to deliver its recommendations to Reagan. Cop finds diapers aids homeless baby Mother United press International a Chicago police officer searched through five liquor stores sunday morning before Hunting Down his Quarry a disposable diapers for a homeless mothers infant son. Patrolman Morton Lieberman found the homeless pair Venes j. Clark 21, and her 6-month-old son Octavio stranded at a South Side elevated train station Early sunday. Despite the Chilly weather the woman was lightly Clad and her child was wearing Only soggy diapers. Lieberman bundled the pair into his squad car and set off looking for diapers. A liquor stores that sell diapers have a Market in this neighbourhood a Lieberman said. A a they re the Only stores open at this after Octavio was freshly diapered the officer stopped at a chinese restaurant and bought breakfast for the hungry pair. The Trio then went Back to the police station where Clark and her child will stay until the City department of human services can find them a temporary Home. A what is this building for if its not for something like this a Lieberman asked. A a it a the least we can do a without a fire razes former adult business Palatine fire officials were investigating a suspicious fire sunday night that destroyed a vacant building which once housed an alleged House of prostitution. The building at 1501 n. Rand Road once the location of portrait Des Femme a adult photo studio a was totally engulfed in flames at about 7 25 . Sunday and threatened to spread to the rear of a nearby shopping Center said capt. John Wente heat from the Blaze caused a Small shed to ignite in the rear of the White Hen pantry 1509 n. Rand Road and also damaged a meter and electrical Box attached to the store Wente said. The fire destroyed the single Story building Wente said. Investigators f bit a a amp to bit Bai have yet to estimate the amount of damage or determine the cause of the Blaze but Wente said there was a no doubt that it is the owners of portrait Des Femme moved their operation to Mundelein last year when Cook county sheriffs police threatened to close the business after a number of prostitution arrests. The vacant building was scheduled for demolition this week As firefighters planned to Burn it Down in training Wente said. Dentures custom made upper c or v lower from s125 give travel or. Citizen discount a veils bus featuring classless partials no Metal showing exams fillings extractions a a Ray �?�1 hour repairs of insurance amp Public Aid Welcome suburban family dental Center or. Nicholas a. Polito 312 830-7890 2260 Irving Park re. Hanover Park. 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