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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1979, Arlington Heights, Illinois 4�? Section i thursday january 18, 1979 the daily Herald once a year Price effective thru feb. 3.1979 991-8560 mob vacuum of no answer Call 398-3330 127 Wing St across from jewel downtown Arlington hts. I us i do abortion sterility Marvin a Beach House in Malibu in May 1970, and that she tracked him to the Valencia hotel in la Jolla. Calif., and asked him to come Back. A Lee told me that his drinking obviously was bugging me and making me unhappy a she said. A the said drinking was part of his life and that i was acting nervous and uptight that i Wasny to much fun any More and get off the she said she told him that it was not just his problem but also hers and that they returned to Malibu briefly. Children a she said. Marvin listened without expression As the Petite Auburn haired witness told of the final Days of their affair which lasted from 1964 to 1970. She said Marvin was drinking heavily and on one occasion at the mint hotel in Las vegas was holding a girl by one leg and dangling her outside the window of a hotel room where a party was under Way. She said she had joined Al anon a group dedicated to assisting the Kin of problem drinkers. She said he suddenly left their a screamed that he killed my miss Marvin completed her direct testimony shortly before noon and immediately came under a biting Cross examination by Marvin a lawyer David Kagon who sought to show that she May never have been pregnant. He inquired about the identity of the doctor who gave her the shots but Superior court judge Arthur k. Marshall ruled that such information and the identity of the physician who performed the abortion should be furnished to him privately in Chambers. Her attorney Marvin Mitchelson asked if she understood that she cannot have children As the result of the operation. A i have scars and i cannot Bear los Angeles up Michele Marvin testified wednesday that she became pregnant three times during the six years she lived outside Wedlock with actor Lee Marvin and that he persuaded her to have an abortion which left her unable Ever to have children. The 46-year-old former Singer and dancer said one of the other pregnancies disappeared after she was Given shots and the third was a miscarriage. Breaking into tears frequently miss Marvin testified at her landmark $1 million breach of contract suit against the 56-year-old Marvin that she wanted a child and that when they broke up in 1970 she became hysterical and Michele Marvin a photo Lee Marvin 3240 Kirchoff Road rolling Meadows shopping Center weekdays 9 30 to 9 30 sat. 9 30 to 5 30 a Sun. 11 to 4 30 in new governor sworn in Earl metropolitan briefs possessed woman recalls name map continued from Page i faced Alexander who talked with newsmen briefly after the ceremony. Alexander said Tennessee atty. Gen. William Leech assured Bim it was a constitutionally valid for him to take office immediately. Sources said that since the move was without precedent it possibly could be challenged legally. But the intent was to prevent Blanton from freeing More prisoners and the swearing in of Alexander made it unlikely that any action would be taken on any paper signed by Blanton before saturday when he was scheduled to leave office anyway. Alexander in a statement to reporters asked everyone in the Blanton administration to remain in office until saturday to accomplish an orderly brands slippers a woman told a Cook county circuit court jury wednesday she was a a possessed by the spirit of a slain woman on three occasions but that she could not remember anything about it except hearing the name she testified at the trial of Alan showery 32, who is charged with the feb. 21, 1977, stabbing and strangulation of Teresita Basa 48, in her apartment. Police charged showery after Remidios Chua of Skokie and her husband or. Jose Chua told them mrs. Chua was possessed by the spirit of the dead woman who named showery As the killer. Mrs. Chua said she could not remember what occurred during the possessions but her husband said the spirit a a pleaded for help. Chua testified that during the first two possessions a voice spoke through his wife identified itself As miss Basa and asked for help a with regards to the Man who killed mrs. Chua and the dead woman were respiratory technicians at Edgewater Hospital. Showery was an orderly at the Hospital. Chua said that on the third occasion the voice named showery As miss basal a killer and said showery gave some of miss basal a stolen jewelry to his Girlfriend. The voice also said that miss Basa had been stabbed to death and that showery had tried to Burn her body Chua said. Most area schools of Hospital Secretary fatally shot a doctors Secretary was shot fatally wednesday at her Hospital office and her former husband was taken into custody right after the shooting authorities said. Jacqueline Brent 38, of Chicago died after emergency surgery at the veterans administration Lakeside Hospital where the shooting took place. She was shot several times in the neck and head authorities said. Isaac Brent was captured by police at the Hospital and arrested authorities said. He remained in custody but had not been charged by wednesday night. Witnesses said the husband came to the Hospital to talk to his wife about Domestic problems. The couple had been divorced recently. Continued from Page i and engineers fear the weight May be too much supt. Richard Kolze said. The Snow will be removed from the roof today and the school will reopen Friday he said. A smaller Section of roof at Hoffman estates High school has sagged Kolze said. The affected area Over a hallway and classroom has been cordoned off and workers will be removing Snow to alleviate the pressure on the roof. The school will be open today. High school dist. 214 also will be open today. Illinois briefs Walker firm has Quot growing pains former Illinois gov. Daniel Walker says his statewide Law firm is working its Way through some financial problems. Walker said wednesday his firm composed of eight offices located throughout the state has suffered a financial growing pains a some due to the problems associated with starting a new firm and others due to some organizational and staffing problems. He said things Are a not As wed like but he added a a we re doing several lawyers contacted by United press International said the problems May have been caused by walkers Lack of popularity while in office. Walker however denied that interpretation. To revitalize the firm Walker said he recently has decentralized operations of the somewhat unique partnership to make each office a separate a profit Center in which staffers at each Are a dependent upon their own efforts to pay the Bills of their operations. By a by a by a by a by a by i Jamaica s Quot simple Saver special Quot a per person a vacation Center s oct a a package including round a k trip air Between Chicago a a and Montero Bay via air a Jamaica seven nights act k commode tons at the car a a Lyle Beach hotel round trip a Airport hotel transfers and a All taxes and gratuities. A 9 departures every sunday. Per person based on double occupancy a a Bank amp Trust travel a a _ 870-2956 in the a Arlington Market a a Kensington 8 Dryden a a by a by a by a by a by a a surgical Center study announced an investigation into ambulatory surgical treatment centers was announced wednesday by the Illinois dept of Public health. Director Paul q. Peterson said the department hired Donald Shine of the Chicago Law firm Howington Elworth Osswald and Hough to conduct the investigation of whether the clinics Are complying with state and Federal requirements. Famous brands slippers for men and women. In a wide Range of styles and colors. All from our regular Stock commission oks towing rates the Illinois Commerce commission using new Powers for the first time wednesday approved vehicle towing company rates of not More than $35 per Tow and $3 daily storage charges after three Days. Inc hearing examiner Anita Cutts said commissioners passed a Resolution setting the rates for commercial towing or removal of trespassing vehicles from private property. The inc gained official jurisdiction Over towing companies with a new Law effective Jan. I. Me daily he qaid founded 1872 the daily Herald and the sunday Herald Are published mornings each Day of the year by paddock publications inc., 217 w. Campbell st., Arlington Heights Illinois 60006. Police notebook a average size bedroom carpet a cleaned furniture cleaning special 3 seat 910 sofa Reg. 36.95 i w 2-seat love seat $14 upholstered it a chair in special Price does not apply to cleaning velvet velour suede or other non Ste Amable fabrics. January special 25% off on the cleaning of above special fabrics. The following reports were taken wednesday from the records of Northwest suburban police departments. Vandalism John Saisi 3109 carriageway Arlington Heights Fence damaged by Sno plow reported tuesday. Auto sound 640 e. Northwest hwy., Palatine ice thrown through front window reported wednesday. John Gray 1012 Raven Palatine car door kicked at 29 s. Northwest hwy., Palatine reported wednesday. Donna Sanders 2360 Walnut Hanover Park Windshield smashed on car $150 value reported wednesday. Pasquinelli construction 6032 Fremont Hanover Park two windows broken $250 value reported wednesday. Charles Horisberger 60 Payson Hoffman estates car damaged by another Auto reported tuesday. Old neighbourhood 261 s. Wolf rd., Prospect. Heights door Glass broken in two doors $100 value reported wednesday. Patricia Adam. Suburban living editor Robert d. editor Thomas Grieger. Director of photography Gerould editor Robert editor Jack Penchoff metropolitan editor phones Home delivery 870-3450 in Bartlett Hanover Park Streamwood Hoffman Schaumburg and Elk Grove phone 893-8830 missed paper Call by 10 . Want ads 870-3700 bulletins 870-3799 night news desk 870-3650 other depts. 870-3600 subscription rates Home delivered by Herald carriers Carrier collect.$1.10 per week office pay.$10.30 2 months by mail 2mos. 6 mos. 12 mos. Cook co. $10.30 $30.90 $61.80 zones m 12.30 36.90 73.80 zone 5 8 15.80 47.40 94.80 past issues at the daily Herald office. Up to 6 mos. 505 More than 6 mos. $1. Second class postage paid at Arlington Heights. In. 60006 burglary Dana Flowers 6640 Valleyview Hanover Park stereo receiver reported wednesday. Clark sender station 1733 e. Oakton blvd., Des Plaines 29 Cartons of cigarettes Cash taken $212 value reported wednesday. Theft Christina a. Alexander Lake Zurich 1969 american motors Auto stolen from 864 Rand rd., Des Plaines reported tuesday. Tom Markanich 633 Nelson ln., Des Plaines citizens band radio Antenna stolen off car $401 value reported tuesday. Matt Weser an 1420 s. Busse rd., mount Prospect 1973 Vega stolen from 1400 Golf rd., rolling Meadows reported wednesday. With order for any other 2 rooms fast drying we move furniture a no charge. Fully licensed and insured. No extra charge for sat. It Sun. Cleaning. Free Deodorizer it disinfectant living room 19 avg. Size bedroom Reg. $25. .$12 avg. Size dining pm. Reg. $20____$12 avg. Size family pm. Reg. $40. 19.95 minimum Job 19.95

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