Arlington Heights Daily Herald Suburban Chicago in Arlington-Heights, Illinois
8 Nov 2008

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8 Nov 2008

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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Arlington Heights, Illinois Chicano Lack by a St of Shaw and a shuffled attack mean bulls Are Back a sports Quot big picture i Northwest focus a daily Herald the speeches of Barack Obama of saturday november 8, 2008 Farewell to a a big heart friends family remember affable dedicated Schaumburg cob who Frank Russo a see the video at daily Herald. Com by Eric Peterson Fps Tyson Shindy brr Ald. Com loved ones and colleagues on Friday recalled both the Jovial spirit and professional dedication of Frank Russo Schaumburg s first police officer to die in the line of duty. Russo 47, suffered a heart attack halloween night while responding to a Call of an unruly subject at a club who resisted officers during his arrest. Friends family and Mournful Peers from Schaumburg and numerous other Law enforcement agencies filled half of the spacious St. Mary Catholic Church in Huntley for Russo a funeral. A we gather to remember a life Well lived Quot pastor Stephen Knox said. A Frank was a person of life. He was a big heart a big laugh and full of mourners remembered a Man who a raised two children on his own after his first wife s death was a father figure to his Nephew and Niece and was working extra hours for the care of his own ailing father see Farewell on Page 8 paddock pubic it Anam a 136thyear a no. 25 a Sros Smons 75c a c234567 Christopher a n i n set Hart Al Moi ii ail v or raid it no Jenny Russo accepts the Flag that covered her husband s casket Friday during a funeral service for the late Schaumburg police officer. She is standing Between her stepchildren Frank or. And Teresa Russo. High school Playo Jugg first news conference As president elect f0r 240,000 jobs lost in october 1.2 million lost this year. Starting with those statistics released Friday Obama indicated his first presidential priority the Economy. Ltd a Quot a m Mary Beth no Tan m no i an and ally Herald com Fremd quarterback Michael Tauchman runs on a keeper eluding Bartlett a Erie Moreno in the first Quarter Friday at millennium Field in Streamwood. Fremd a done Fremd s season came to an end Friday night As the Vikings give Bartlett its first loss of the season. Instead the Host Hawks walked away with a 21 -7 Victory at millennium Field in Streamwood. Bartlett will meet die Winner of today s 5 . Kickoff featuring Warren at Schaumburg in the quarterfinal round of the class a state playoffs next weekend. Fridays scores Bartlett 21, Fremd 7 Marist 28, Naperville n. 25 0t Carmel 10, Woodstock 7 Grant 28, Huntley 24 Hinsdale Central 35, Bolingbrook 14 Downers North 16, proviso East 0 today a games 8a #5 Warren 9-1 at #13 Schaumburg 6-4saturday 5 . 8a #6 Barrington 8-2 at #14 new Trier 6-4saturday 6 . 8a #7 Loyola Academy 8-2 at #2 Maine South 10-0saturday 1 . More in sports and online at football. a Al. A the Oitice president elect if Biti. I a k Sih a a it it Ria i in or i Ald i no president elect Barack Obama talks Tough on the Economy in his first Post election news conference in Chicago after a morning meeting with advisers that included from left vice president elect Joe Biden Michigan gov. Jennifer Granhoi former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker White House chief of staff designate Rahm Emanuel and time Warner chairman Richard Parsons. Chief concerns associated press even Barack Obama can to change the Calendar. The president elect said Friday he wanted to act urgently and Deal a head on with the nation s economic crisis. But he recognized that his Power was limited by the fact that George Bush will be running things until Jan. 20. A the United states has Only one government and one president at a time Quot Obama said at his first news conference since winning the presidency three Days earlier. Inheriting an Economy in peril Obama spoke confidently yet soberly in a setting far different from the tuesday night rally celebrating him and his historic Victory. He warned that the nation faces the Challenge of a lifetime and pledged he would act to help americans devastated by lost jobs disappearing savings and Homes seized in foreclosure. But the Man who promised change cautioned against Hopes of Quick solutions. Quot it is not going to be easy for us to dig ourselves out of the Hole that we Are in a he said. The no. I priority Obama said is to get Congress to approve an economic stimulus plan that would extend jobless benefits Send food Aid to the poor dispatch medicaid funds to states and spend tens of billions of dollars on Public works projects. If die plan is not approved this month in a special session of Congress Obama said that Quot it will be the first thing i get done As president of the United in his first appearance since a jubilant election night Celebration Obama sought to project an air of Calm and reassurance to a deeply worried nation. He stood in a presidential like setting with an array of eight american flags and a lectern showing a presidential Seal above die words a the office of the president the stage behind him was lined with advisers he had summoned his economic brain Trust. Almost 20 minutes late to his first see concerns on Page 10 associated press meeting with serious people Obama had quite a team with him Friday to work on the Economy. Now what if Oprah was the Secretary of state Back Page. Excerpts from the news conference what the president elect said about meeting president Bush filling his Cabinet and another major Issue the first dog. Page 10. The next Illinois senator Obama says it s gov. Blagojevich Scall. So who son the Short list Page 11. More on the lost jobs the unemployment rate is at a 14-year High. Business. Motorola Isnit no. 1 it loses its Lead in the Mobile Market. Business. Mall tenants feel in limbo facility condemned Lut tiles tie Iward Little by Eric Peterson Peterson 9da try Herald. Rom chiropractor Richard Aldern has been serving his patients out of the same Schaumburg office for 34 years. But now he feels the future of his career has been taken out of his hands. Alderis practice is one of five remaining tenants of a strip mall at the Northwest Comer of Schaumburg and Roselle roads. The Village has condemned the building intending to replace it with a larger More attractive Structure closer to the Street. A a it a a huge hardship for an imaginary downtown Quot Aldern said expressing scepticism for what he Calls officials false belief in the pedestrian Friend Liness of his business District. After being the Only chiropractor in Schaumburg for his first to years in business Altheim now feels his practice is being easily dismissed As an inconvenience to Schaumburg s redevelopment plans. Quot the landlord does no to want to sell and the Village won t let him redevelop a Aldern said. Quot i mind if they were going to put a new police station Here or the Village s plans Are to forcibly Purchase the strip mall along with a Long vacant lot at the same Comer and build a 16,719-Square-foot commercial building on die combined 1.6 acres. The Village plans to sell the property to a Developer to build the new Structure which is already designed. But the matter remains in litigation Between the landlord and Village. But Aldern and the other tenants feel like their fates Are in limbo until the matter is resolved. They Don t know what to Tell their customers or whether to spend Money on improvements to their units or save up for moving expenses. See mall on Page 8 look for the goldfish and in today s neighbor Section for Limi Ted time offer on whole House humidifiers from aph Tai re fresh for indoor air a a Chi a Mumm j

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